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= 2 THE SALTLAKE SALT LAKE HER HER1LJ ALP TUESDAY ESPA y APRIL 12 t90 1904
REPORT REPORTbN ON THE THECURRENCY THECURRENCYB THEC
CURRENCY CURRENCYB CURRENCYBHouse C U RRENCY BE BEHouse BILLHouse
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House Committee Favors FavorsAmending FavorsAmending FavorsAmending
Amending the Present Law LawELASTICITY lawt lawELASTICITY
t 9 9ELASTICITY
ELASTICITY TO BE SECURED SECUREDKECOIHAGB SECUREOt SECUREORECOINAGE SECUREDBECCINAGB
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KECOIHAGB OF SILVER SILVER DOLLARS DOLLARSINTO DOLLARSINTO DOLLABSINTO
INTO SMALI SMALL COINS COINSWashington COINS COINSWashinglon COINSWas1z1ngop
Washington April 11 iLA A report from fromthe frGflttbt I Ithe
the house lou committee on o banking bankIn and andcurrency amIurrenc andcurrency
currency urrenc rocommanaing the passage passageI passagethe
I the bill toImprove to Jmprov
currency con conditions cmtclitIon COIldItIofl8 ¬
ditions vas filed In the house today
by Chairman Fowler The he first section sectionof ectionof
of thp th ti bill repeals the law In which pro prohibit prohiblt probibit ¬
hibit 4 customs receipts from being de densited deIlttd douItfI
nsited in national banks The result
f fh h present law In this matter the thereport thejpJrt
report jpJrt 1 prt says i Ja unnecessarily to tie up
th thO money of the country count The report reports report8tys report5LyM
s 8tys > ys that if states and municipalities municipalitiesfhulrt municIpalitiesrhtluld inunlclplItlesch
fhulrt ch uH lock up the proceeds of ot local localation localation ocalxation
> ation as a the national government governmenti governmentIrwk
i Irwk fJ4 < k ki up its receipts the th effect would would1c
tw 1 disastrous and yet there ie i as much muchTISOI muchrSOI macitrssji
TISOI > for fo such a course in the one onetus onoas onevLM
tus as a as in th the other otherThp otheiThp otherlh
Thp lh second section repeals the ther theJlilthly thertimthiy
r onthly 3000000 limit on bank Q k note noter noteltirt nete1Iirement
r Urement ltirt > ment The report says th the < re re reof reof
7 l of this restriction will give to the therational theractinllal ther4tjormal
rational bank note circulation all of oftli oft ofUi
tli t il elasticity which It is possible for fora
a 1111 > nd id 1 secured circulation to have haveSubsidiary baveSubllidinry haveSubfd1ary
Subsidiary Coinage CoinageThr
Thr uji lt recoinage of silver dollars Into Intofluiwiiliary Into81J IntoRlJhMjqjjary
fluiwiiliary 81J idlary silver coins co illS Is provided In Inv Inthr Inhr
thr hr v third section of the bill The limit limitf
f 100000000 as the total amount of ofubslfjiary ofIlbeidflary
ubslfjiary 1 silver coins that can be In InAitence Inx InXittflce
Aitence x i tt nee at any anyone one time is repealed repealedthis
hy > > this flection The report says that thatJuly thatI thatJuly
I > July JIJT 1 next the bullion from which whichuhsMlary whichul whichiihsjljarv
uhsMlary ul > lIary c c1lns lns may be made will be bexhausted behau behaumted
xhausted hau ted Tl Thehtis eh is In the treasury treasuryWlow trea tressuryMlQ99 ury uryfl1
Wlow MlQ99 fl1 silver dollars or say says the theiort thellort theiort
> iort according to Secretary Shaw ShawCarloads SI1 SI1l1
l1 4 Carloads of thirty tblrt tons each It Itwould Itould ItU1d
would ould U1d cost 100600 to recount this thisliiiiTiey tlIsiln thisi1liI
liiiiTiey iln and the secretary Meretar says thnt It ItJ
1 north orth in bullion lea ies than half of its itsfa itstal Itsfa
fa tal f value in dollars < It is this money moneyihat moneyIt
ihat 1 h It 1 t the bill proposes to recoin into intoMibsidlury 1ntof 11110i1iary
Mibsidlury f i1iary sliver as rapidly as the soc soctiry sect eecttry
tiry t Iry shall order In this recoinage recolnagpt recoinagetnire
tnire t 4 lHrp 1Fr is estimated a profit to the gov government go goTlnwnt govrrlment ¬
ernment of If 7 cents on each dollar dollarRemoval dollarRemoval dollarRemoval
Removal of Limitations11ifr Limitations LimitationsIMief LimitationsI
IMief I lit to the treasury urT department In Ininability tnj
j inability to meet the demand for formall forfltott forinnlL
mall hills owing to the manner in inMitch Inhkh Iniikh
Mitch hkh th the nreo rent nt law limits their Is IsH 18fllancf isuane
fllancf H nan uane co is sought to be remedied by the ther therl1vwal
r rl1vwal moral of these limitations On this thisjy thisnt thisIt
jy > int It the report says saysMr saysi
Mr 1 is probably true that the inability inabilityr Inbl1l
r rf > r thp treasury to meet the Jie e demand t1SmSJU1q demandfur
fur 1 r small bills combined with the theshortage thehrtage he hesfi
shortage sfi rtage in subsidiary coin c ln In recent recentai nco recentars t tan
= < ai an has compelled the retention reteutlonot reteutlonotslnuH of ofsmall ofCumUlI
small bills In circulation until much muchf m ch
> f that form of o money moe has ba become becomeragged be beponiergged orpe orpercfged
ragged and filthy and produced condl condlt
t tH KI lIS is which have fully tull justified jU8U 4MI < l the vlg vlgnius vlgrus vig4ruus
nius crusade for clean money which whichliis
11 liis 113 tj Jppn on fl recently inaugurated It is islieved islitd islived
lived however that with the large largelisrretloii largelIfJlrethm large1tsiretIot
lisrretloii given lvell to the treasury and andth andth
th 1 > national banks under the provIs provIsi
1 > i4 im of o this bill supplemented by an anAbundant anhundunt an1uImdaflt
Abundant supply > of subsidiary coin cointnurh coinHludl coiniUi1
tnurh iUi1 of the cause cau e for complaint will willb wmlw
b lw removed removedAn r >
S An 11 Ideal sanitary nltary currency how howr
r 1 ran only be secured ured by the sub subimtion subitution subiution
imtion of subsidary ub idfaJ coin col for f r all one onen on onwI onenI
n wI twodollar t o doUar bills bt B and Improved Improvednpthods Improvedlfthor1 ImprQvediethods
npthods of o redemption for paper papertmiipy papertnnp paper1l
tnnp 1l tmiipy i i4PY of denominations of t 6 and up upward uplrd upwtrd ¬
ward wtrdSANTA wardSANTA lrd lrdSANTA
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SANTA BARBARA ACCIDENT ACCIDENTTuneral ACCIDENTFuneral ACCIDENTTuneral
Tuneral of Three Threeof of the Victims Held HeldYesterday ReldYostorday flO1dYesterday
Yesterday YesterdaySatita Yostordayinta
Satita inta Barbara Cal April JlFu JlFureral 11 Fu FuIeral Fu2era1
reral services over the boJits cf three threeof threer threeef
of r the > victims of yesterdays disastrous disastrousaccident di dIsagtrousaceldent 1 trous trous8CJdpnt
accident were held this afternoon t rnan The Thefuneral Tbtfuneral Thtfuneral
funeral of the remaining < wo w unfortuti unfortutiiMPs unoltutlP
iMPs tes P will occur tomorrow tomorrowThp toiuorro toiuorroThp tomorrowThe
Thp Injured are a convaleseng conval n and it iti ItfxpectNi Itexpected
i expected that all will recover recoverThomas rpco recoverThmrnas < r rrhnmas
Thomas Quinn who 00 suffeed l a ccm ccmIlund ccmIII cmtmnd
Ilund III und fracture of the leg and other In Injuries InlurjflI InUrles ¬
juries Is the most t seriously hurt Mo Moturman ltotrman MoIi
turman Ii rman Kelton sustained a deep deepragged dec decraggpd deepragged
ragged cut In the back ind suffered sufferedn sutIe4fnlfderallle a amIderaliie
< > n nlfderallle > tderatle loss of blood bloodMrs bloodlrl bloodMrs
Mrs lrl Julius Krutschnltt Krut chnltt wife of the therailroad theluilroarl thejailroad
railroad manager r was Wa only Inl ilghtly ilghtlyl ilghUyltrul iIghtiybruised
l bruised ltrul > ed and outside of a s severe v vere re rerv rervus 1enus renus
< us shock is suffering Uttle 1itt IU effects effectsr Erc effectsrum ct9 ct9frllm
frllm r rum m her experience experienceout
out ut of a total of 112 passengers passengersaboard PuHng psengersaboard rs rs3hQard
aboard the illfated car forty sustained sustainedm SUIlt1 n nUIr
m mIre > r or less severe Injuries InjuriesTHE InjUrl InjUrlGIIf InjuriesTHE
GIIf GIIfTHE
THE DEATH DEATHRECORD RECORD
Samuel Samuellroar Hoar Hoarniord BoarU v
niord lIl U nrd or Mass > April 11 usamUeIloar usamUeIloart 11Samuel Samuel oar oarit
it itfitingiU < I 5t inguished ite hed < l lawyer IaWy ami n ua4lisW plt5V 1tiIW of ofsenator otpnator ofSndtor
senator George F Hoar tlledVtoday 4i1041 118 1 i tOdI of ofTaralysm ofJaTaI oflraiYL
JaTaI Taralysm llJI agea SO O years y ar In XW 1 h M was wasr waTrllminently W55mrminently
r rmiiifntly mentioned as sbqreflor iesser r to tojnstlcf toJ1tth toJiitI
jnstlcf JiitI Horace Onijr as associate u justice justiceiif
iif r thy th Vnlted States supreme su mu court courtJames courtJamos courtJamos
Jamos W Hinkley HinkleyIoutrhkcepsie Hinkley1lughke aiukleyiughkeepeie
Ioutrhkcepsie 1lughke p le N Y April pz1l 21 11Jam 11JamW Jara j jW
W v HlnKley former chairman of the th New NewVTk NeVrk NewI
VTk I rk Domocrmtlc state committee died dfwlsuddenly diedIlbtnl < l l1dJnl
> suddenly 1dJnl at t his home in tnis city tonight tonightf
f > t I apoplexy
lpopltXJWilliam
William Berrian Vail VailTondnn VailT VailLondon
London T April AprlI1LWIIUun 1L ILWilliam Willbun Berrian > CI1an Vail Vailformerly Vallt
formerly t rmrl rmerly minister of militia and deene deener del delr
r r the < Domtahm of CaMi4a died at D0ver D0verrsjtcrday D vertenhtY DveretcrdaY
rsjtcrday < aned N NArthur years yearsArthur j jArthur
Arthur Macy MacyT Mn MnT
T aUon Maw M April U UArU UArtWir UArtWirf ArtHttr lr Macir Macirf oJ 1 11r
1r f T r nearly uearl forty yean connected with withra withr8dt withradstreets
ra 1streefs r8dt < t at several veral tern cities cU is isi Itsad Isa4
i ad here hf aced d tt ttO ItO I
O S Kelly KellySpri Xellypril1 KellySpniigfield
Spri Spniigfield pril1 nit field I 0 April JN11 UO a 3 KellY KtHya
a ntilltooalre mllUoD manufacturcf died Ied today todayWilliam todayaged
8 aged eO i
William S Kernoohan Kernoohanfriris
friris I i ri rl April 1L UV1Uam tVllilam Seymour Se7movrKof K Ksr KsrI r ri
i h t n of New Yortc died her Iee here today totl3c tudaySTBIXB todaySTSIKE
c c cSTRIXB
STSIKE ENDEDPanama ENDED ENDEDPanama DED DEDPanama
Panama April prU 11 1l1hP Th strike on the thennama the1tnama theltnama
1tnama nnama railroad was brought brou ht to an end enduiay end1ay
lay most of the laborers returning to toirk torK toirk I
irk under the old conditions conditionsA conditionc
c rA
A Dandy For rotDr Burns BurnsT
T nr > r B Bn Bfr Bergin n Pana Iii wrftes writesyi I have havetl havetl4j
n tl4j fHl Ballards Snow Limment Llntntentalays Lmmentalways Lmmentalwaysummsnded Always Alwaysi
i commended It to my friends aa as I am amrnndent amInOdent alanfldent
rnndent there ta no better made It Iti Ita
i i < a dandy for burns Those e wfeo w ho o live liveii
ii l farms are especially liable to many manyincidental many1ddental manylt
incidental lt lental cuU burns bruises brull which whichJi whhwal whIhjial
Ji wal > al rapidly wh wilen n Ballards Snow Sn w Lint LintClient LlnlJIfnt LintIent
Client is applied It should houidalwztys always be bekept bekqt bept
kept pt in the house for cases ca es of emergen emergency ¬
cy v 23c 1Oc > c S1oo 10 bottle bottleHold bottleHold
Hold by b Z Z C M I drug department departmentHousehold departmento departflsntousohold
o GIll C CRouseh01d
Household Washing WashingThe
The ht new term term and nd new ne system of house houceliunderlng house1iunder1ng
liunderlng 1 by the piece We hate ha > o add added addtll addt ¬
ed t d capacity ell a < tty < in every e t department for forproperly t9rTIToperly forTrpcriy
properly handling this class of work work1itW workmw ork orkli
li 1itW w buildings new equipment with ex esrt exIrt
Irt 1 > rt t employee > and superintendence en enubl enb enb1eO
ubl b b1eO 8 tis to insure all patrons of unax unaxell unaxIlltd unexel1ed
Illtd ell d work and service We Jron bad badand bedand i ianl
and table linen starch st rab j all U ohHdreas ohHdreasand ohlldrea8and
and ladies pieces treat tro t the colored colorediiecfs colOl4dI eolord1iCs
iiecfs I 1t t8 < with oar in th tho proease PlO0 Tele Telei TtlphonE Tetejhone >
phonE i > hcne for particulars particularsi JatiularTROY pa tictilar
TROY UUNlDRY UUNlDRYIilllOnes LATJNJDRYihones
i IilllOnes i ihones 192 1 19 and 193 IStt Main aln St
ALLLOO1K ALL tQtI 1 A1LIKE A1IKETb r
tbO Tb OfFICffitS OfFICffitSChinese FFIGr ts tsChi 4
4 4Chinese
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Chinese Chi es of f fnsequence Consequence iield iieldUp Held HeldUp HeldUpBy
Up UpBy By y Customs Officials OfficialsMINISTER Officialsf OfficialsMINISTER OfficialsMINISTER
f
MINISTER HAS PROTESTED PROTESTEDA PROTESTEDVICTIMS PROTESTEDVICTIMS PROTESTEDVICTIMS
A t
VICTIMS WERE EN EOTJTE TO TOWORLDS TOWORLDS TOWORLDS
WORLDS FAIR EAIBSt FAIRSt
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St Louis Mo uo April 11 A special sIM clal to tothe tothe j
the Republic from Washington says saysDiplomatic saysDiplomatic S SpIplomat1c
Diplomatic complications cQmpll Uons In the therolo therolotlonB1 riaJUtiosa1betweon rala ralatlomibetween
tlomibetween tlonB1 > etweon CJJina C lnaand and the United UnitedStates UnIt tlniteaSta a aStat
States Stat Sta u have lia arisen according a ordlng to Infor Infermatlon Information Information
mation from sourcesclosely Identified Identifiedwith Identifiedwith identifiedwith
with diplomatic diplmm tic circles because be < auae of the theharsh thehfUsl1 thehprsl
harsh treatment tr atmantagnnst against Chinamen of ofconsequence otconsequence of0OflSeUence
consequence who have business In this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country at the St Louis worlds fair fairSir fairSir j
Sir Chen Tung Liang Lian Cheng the tl1 Chi1 Chi1nese Chi Chinese Cliineee
nese minister has filed formal f tmal protests protestsIn
In this matter maUerThe matterThe J
The situation is considered on tdered delicate delicatenot delicatenot le1ic t tnot
not to t Btty at Serious because of the war warin wni wnin warin
in n thefar the far east east hich embarrasses emb rraS5es all allthe allthe allthe
the diplomacy dIp omac of the Orient and pd be because be because because ¬
cause of he added fact that the whole wholeChineseexclusion wholeChIneseexelusionquestion hole holeChinese
Chinese ChIneseexelusionquestion Chineseexclusion uxclu5lon question is to toe come comeup meup climeup
up for another solution since the period perodcovered periodcovered periodcovered
covered by the existing treaty soonwIll soonnviUexpire soonwIllexpire soonwillexpire
expire At the present time tlmethe the pas passive aastve jiasMve ¬
sive friendship of ChjnoMs of Import Importance Importane importance ¬
ance In Asia A that American interests interestsmay interestsmay Interestsmay
may not suffer there thereThe thereThe thereThe
The Incidents cited toy the protests protestsare
are said to refer to two parties of prom prominent promInent prommont ¬ i
inent Chinamen bound for the worlds worldsfair worldsfair worldsfair
fair who though armed with certifi certificates cerUfiRtoes certifirates ¬
rates < from their government and with withpapers fllhpapors withpapers
papers endorsed l by the American Ameri < n con consul consul consal ¬
sul general at Shanghai were detained detainedat
at San Francisco It is asserted that thatthey thattIle thatthey
they were subjected to Indignities Indignitieswhich Indignitieswhleh indignitieswhich
which have been the cause e of their bit bitter bitter bitter ¬
ter resentment resentmentIn r ntment ntmentIa
In regard to the protest Chang You Youtong Youtong Youtong
tong secretary 5itCt laJ of the Chinese worlds worldsfair worldsfair worldsfair
fair commlsiaon said tonight tonightMy tonls1tly tOnIghtMy
My ly countrymen were subjected to tohumiliating tohumiliating tohumnIliatin
humiliating humnIliatin treatment at San Francis Francisco ¬
co where they were held by the cus customs customs cuetoms ¬
toms officials for two days despite the thefact thefact thefact
fact that they had sufficient money with withthem withthem 1th 1ththem
them to justify statements that they theywere theywere theyvere
were reputable citizens of China and andnot andnot andnot
not paupers paupersThey paupersThe paupersThey
They The also had lu < 1 signed letters hjtters from fromthe tromtlw fromthe
the American consul at Peking stating statingthen PUttingthllf statingthetW
then thllf < financial and social standing in inChina InChi inChilift
China Chi a but they the were forced to furnish furnishbond furnl furnIshbOfll h hbond
bond In the sum of 5600 500 in gold each eachbefore ea eaOhbefoVe h hbefoe
before the customs officials would re release relense release ¬
lease them themSHOTS themSIIOTS
SHOTS BEING EXHANCED EXHANCEDALONC
flliC IIM THE VAtU RIVER RIRContinued RIVERContinued 1YERContinued
Continued from Page 1 1raJ 1ray j jray
ray Skrydloff Skr dlorr the commander of the theRussian theRu theRussian
Russian Ru ian Black sea fleet in handing handingthem handingthem handingthem
them the cross cro of St George compared comparedtheir comparedtheIr comparedtheir
their exploits to the heroic defense of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th Russians at Sebastopol SebastopolBIT SebastopolBY
BIT BY Y WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY TELEGRAPHYUncertain TELEGRAPHYUncertain TELEGRAPEYUncertain
Uncertain Way of Getting GettingNews GettingNewsFrom News NewsFrom iewsFrom
From the Front ProntLondon FrontLondon FrontLondon
London April 12 12A A correspondent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Time with the Japanese headquar headquarters headquarters headguarters ¬
ters sends the following dated April 11 11by UbJ 11by
by wireless telegraphy t8legrap via Ia Welhaiwel WelhaiwelAt VelhalwelAt
At present information from the theland theland theland
land front must be belated owing to tothe tothe tothe
the distance of the existing sea base basefrom basefrom basefrom
from the advance guard but this will willsoon willsoon willsoon
soon be remedied remediedIt
It is doubtful whether the long ex expected expeoted expealed ¬
pealed engagement for the possession possessionof
of the Yalu river will ever take place placecertainly placecertainly placecertainly
certainly not unless the Russians have havebeen havebeen havebeomi
been reinforced more heavily than my myinformation m mInformation myinformation
information leads me to believe b 1ieve This Thiswas Thiswas Thiswas
was foreseen by the Japanese and andhence andhence andhence
hence their strenuous efforts to block blockPort blockPort blockPort
Port Arthur so that they the may ma be able ableto ableto ableto
to reduce the length of their land com communications communications cornmunications ¬
munications by the establishment of a amore amore a amore
more convenient sea base It must be beremembered beremembered beremembered
remembered that unless the Japanese Japanesesecure JapaneseCure Japanesesecure
secure the north side of the Yalu with witha
a new base b by b July Jul the land mover moverments moe moements movermuents
ments from Korea wilt become prac practically practlcally practlcally ¬
tlcally impossible impossibleThe
The rainfall of summer is so heavy heavythat hea heavythat
I that all the th flimsy bamboo bridges will willbe wlUbe willbe
be destroyed dcstro ed This would indicate that thatIt
It Is not to the advantage of either eitherbelligerent eitherbelligerent eitherbelligerent
belligerent to engage in a struggle in Inthe inthe
1 the vicinity of the Yalu YaluThe YaJuThe YaluThe
The Russians RU ians desire to get the Jap Japanese JapAnese Japanese
anese forces inland with the hope of ofenveloping ofenveloping
1 enveloping them while the Japanese Japanesewant Jap Japanesewant nse nsewant
want to get Inland because the coun country countr country ¬
try tr affords a more more suitable theatre of ofoperations otoperations ofoperations
operations2As operations operationsAs
2As As the time is short an effort of ofthb oftit oftimu
thb tit Japanese must be developed d al almost alm almn ¬
most m st st Immediately =
Praying PrayingEor For Victory Victoryyiodovostok Victoryo Victoryiodovostok
yiodovostok o oGStok April 11 UThe The churches churchestoday churchesto4ay churchestoday
today have Jm ye been crowded ln observance observanceof
of the Easier holiday hoUdl1 with people pray praying pla plalug prayiisg ¬
lug for victory victo Many Man of th the Inhabit Inhabltapt Inhabitapts
apt Rpbll who fled from Vladivostok to toKhabarovsk toIt toKhabarovsk
Khabarovsk It eastern Siberia at the theoutbreak theoutbreak
outbreak otjtbreak of the war are now returning returninghere returningber returninghere
here
Censors Quit Early
St Petersburg April 11 11On On account accountI
of theholidays the holld holidqys s the committee on mum military mUttan mumtar ¬
tan tar censors cen ors sat for only an hour to tonight tonight tonight
night leaving their office at t If i oclock oclockLater ocloekLater oclockLater
Later official dispatches from the scene sceneof sceneof sceneof
of war ar will not be made public before beforetomorrow beforetPmorrow beforeIpmorrow
tomorrow morning mOrnl morningA g gA i iA
A Grand Success SuccessOur SuccessOJU SuccessOur
Our HOUSEHOLD WASHING on a apar apr apOr
par piece rate delights the housekeeper housekeeperAYe 4 uHkeeperVe
AYe have been preparing for months monthsIn
In equipment buildings and methods to toIntroduce toIntroduce tohateduce
Introduce it Colored Coloredartlcle articles finely finelytrimmed finelyt1IMmed finelytrimmed
trimmed apparel flannel In fact ev every ovet7 owcry ¬
cry piece rent t UK given gIenpalnetaking painstaking care careIn oarcIntbe careIn
In Intbe th the process You WANT THE BBST BBSTobtainable BEBTottaloable 131STobtainable
obtainable in work We Ve give it itTROY it itTROY itThOY
TROY LAUNDRY LAU2CDRYTelephones LAUNDRYTe1epbones LAUNDRYTflpbenes
Telephones 192 and 193 1GC Main Mal St StBllards Stca
4 4Esliards ca caBillards
Bllards Horehound Syrup SyrupImmediately Syrup1mmedlate13 Syrupmnodkttely
Immediately relieves hearse croupy croupycdttKh crouped cuoupyeigh
cdttKh ed opprtssed oppres ed rattling rat Ulng rasping and andditllcult andaW1eult anddiflicult
ditllcult breathing Henry H nry C Steam Steamdruggist StearnBaru Stearnsdrgggist
druggist aru Shullsburg Wis WJ writes May MaySi MaytNt Ia
Si tNt 1 have been selling Ballards BallardsHorehound BallardSHorehound Ballr4sHorebound I
Horehound Syrup for two 1 wo years and andhave andhae andhave
have never had a preparation preparation1hat that lies liasgiven liesgIVeIl las
given better satisfaction I notice that thatwhen thatwft thatw1in
when wft n I 8 e1l il a bottle they eomo back boskfor b backfor k ktor
for more I can an honestly recommend recommendit
it It 28c 5 SOc J100 J100Sold 100 100Sold 100Sold
Sold by Z C M I drug dru department departmentHousehold deptirmentC deperlmenLBousehold
C c cHousehold
Household Washing For All AllEveryone AUIvel7ODe MlEveryone
Everyone from the light housekeeper housekeeperto
to those living In mansions are enabled enabledUv enableto
Uv tke advantage of the new idea Its Itsi Itstill Itsti
i till ti advanced idea of house laundering launderingwl
wl ar are the originators We have pre prei prepnroo prepatod
i pored for months to inaugurate it It Erich ErichI Eltchlf4 Enchevery
I lf4 MJt < every ev ry article sent son n us given en paIns palnstalrlng paInstanl painstt1ng
talrlng care Our careful methods In Insuce InsUte InsLtSe
suce bug IO1 life nf to your apparel Tele TelenboRe TelephOne Telephone
phOne for particulars particularsTROY
TROY LAUNDRY LAUNDRYTelephones LAUNDRYTe1epl1onos LAUNDRYTelephones
Telephones 192 19 and 193 166 Main aln St StCures StII StCures
II CD CDCures
Cures Coughs and Colds ColdsMr3x ColdsIrg ColdsMIs
Mr3x Irg C Peterson Petersont2 VQ25 2 Lake St To Toixka Topeka Topeka
peka KOA says Of all cou cOUh h rem remedfes re reedr reinedlos
edfes edr Ballaras HoreUouad Horek usd d SyrUP is i my myfavorita mytavortt myfsvortt
favorita tLnas tL has done and will pd fld all allffcat aIr
ffcat is ctatmed c1ntm d for ItMo speedily lP piiedtI odfly cure curenil qre i4re4il qreI
nil I 11 coughS cous s and coldsrfiJjd It is so sweet sweetirul sweetmnd
irul pleasant to t Jhe be asjte 2Sc 50c 50cSold 50cLQU
100 LQU b bottle bottleSold ttle ttleSold
Sold by b Z C M I I drug department
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MATTERS MATTERSRepublican MATtERS hDK hDKRepublican RK RKJ RKRepulJlican
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Republican Senators Fighting FightingHard FiDhtingHard FightingHard
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GORMAN PRESSES PRE SES CHARGES CHARGESANOTHER CHARGESANOTHER
I IANOTHER
ANOTHER POSTOFEICE POSTOFEICEis INQunty INQuntyIS
is DEMANDED DEMANDEDitaiASHINGTQX DEMATIDED4A D Dw
itaiASHINGTQX 4A I ASHINGTON April U iL4rhe ffihe h e Cut Cutberson Calvv j
w yy berson amendment nmendmen 1 to thapost thapostofilceappropriation th the theomceapprupriation post postomceapproprlatlon
ofilceappropriation bill providing providingfqr proIdi 1g 1gfQr
fqr ax axcommission a commission to Investigate the thepostofllce he hepostofnce hepostouice
postofllce postofnce department was as before bef re the thesenate thesenate thesenate
senate all of today and and after being boingruled b beingruled lrag lragruled
ruled out of order In modlfled m lffeli form formwas formwas formwas
was pending when whenthe the senate senote ad adjourned adjourned adjourned ¬
journed Mr Soroian or nau made an uin earnest earnestPlea earnestpJea earnestplea
Plea for an investigation ra saying the thepostofilce theP thepostofflee
postofilce P toffice department depar1menthad depa tment had cast refiec refiectftms le refiectibns ec
tftms U ns upon members m 1hberg of congress and andtbat andthat andthat
that Sv thorough examination should be
had Mr Ir Aldrich 4ldrl h answered that the theamendment theamendment theaimendmemmt
amendment finally modified modifledmennt modifledmenntnothing meant meantnothing meantnothing
nothing thrft if an investigation was wasto wasto wasto
to be had It should be bea a live one on He Hesaid HesaId Resaid
said that If any specific charges ctJarg were
brought in they should be looked into intoby Intoby Intoby
by con oonPIe88 fress but that the demand demandshould demandshould demandshould
should not be made ajiaYrof nluirl or a general generalappropriation general1lpproprlatlon generalappropriation
appropriation Bill SemipoUtlcal SemipoUtlcalspeeches SemlpoUtlspeeches SemipoUtica1speeches
speeches were made by b Messrs Teller Tellerand TeUerand Tellerand
and Simmons Simmonsi
At the conclusion conclu lon of Mr Simmons Simmonsspeech Simmonsspeech Simmonsspeech
speech Mr r Lodge urged his point of oforder oforder oforder
order against the CtflbeTson Cu1b rson amend amendment amendment amendmnent ¬
ment and Mr Gormon Insisted Inslst d that thatunder thntunder thatunder
under a liberal construction of the therules therules therules
rules the chair or the senate could couldhold couldhold couldhold
hold anything in order orderGorman orderGorman orderGorman
Gorman Persisted PersistedThe PersistedThe PersistedThe
The point of order was sustained s but butMr butlr butMr
Mr lr Gorman orman persisted and made vari various var varQus arl arlaus ¬
ous modifications ot the proposition In Inosder Inolder Incoder
older to bring it within the rule and andfinally andlInally andfinally
finally eliminated all provisions for forappropriations forappropriations forappropriations
appropriations Mr Gorman said con conditions conditions conditions ¬
ditions in the postofllce department departmentwere
were such as to make an inquiry im imperative imperative Irrperative ¬
perative Thereport The Th e eport orf of the fourth rO rtl1 as astdstant liesistant assistant ¬
sistant postmaster general gen rAl practically practicallycharged practicallycharged practicallycharged
charged members of congress with be being being belag ¬
ing confederates of Machen and Beav Beavers Beaverg Beavers ¬
ers and on this account congress could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not In justice to Itself refuse to make makoan makean makean
an inquiry The presidents memor memoranda memoranda memoranda ¬
anda in the Machen case he said saldnlso saldnlsoraised alsoraised also alsoraised
raised a question as to the conduct of ofmembers ofmembers ofmembers
members and nd under these charges chargescongress chargescongress chargescongress
congress could not afford to let the thematter thematter thematter
matter rest The departments reflec reflection reflecLien ¬
Lien upon congress he denounced as an anoutrage anoutrage anoutrage
outrage and said that instead there therebeing therebeing therebeing
being a question of politics involved involvedthe
the honor and Integrity of congress congresswere congressw congresswOre
were w re in question He pronounced the thepostmaster thepostmaster thepostmaster
postmaster general an honest man but butsaid butsaid butsaid
said he was to be criticised for failing failingto
to demand a congressional investiga investigation Invcstlgation investigation ¬
tion With only four Democrats out of ofnine otnine ofnine
nine members of the th commission noth nothing noU1Ing nothlog ¬
ing would be permitted to get out If Ifthe Itthe Ifthe
the matter was to have any effect etectln etectlnthe in inthe Inthe
the present campaign it was as now in inthe Inth inthe
the th best condition to accomplish that thatend thatend thatend1
end because as it now stood he said Baldthe saidthe saidthe
the Republican party refuses to permit permitan
an inquiry inquirySenators InqulrJSenators InquirySenators
Senators on the other side he said saidmay saidnul saidmay
may nul regard their co4e cage so 00 desperate desperatethat desperatethat desperatethat
that they will not permit any an peep Into Intothe intothe Intothe
the books Well ell you ou have the power powerof
of course and you ou can prevent an In Inquiry InquIry Inquiry ¬
quiry It you ou wish to do so as you ou have havetwothirds havetothlrds havetrothirds
twothirds of the members of o the sen senate senate senate ¬
ate
Beply of Aldrich AldrichMr
Mr Ir Aldrich replied The amend amendment amendment m nd ndnuent ¬
ment in Its present pr ent shape shows sh the thefolly th thf thefolly
folly f tly of attempting such su b legislation as asthis asthis s sthis
this on an appropriation bill Mr Ir Gor Gorman Gorman Gorman ¬
man has emasculated el It so that it is isof Isof isof
of no effect whatever If we are to tohave tohaye tohave
have an Investigation let it be a live liveone lIveone liveone
one oneThen Then let us have one suggested suggestedMr
Mr Gorman and Mr Aldrich con continued continued continued ¬
tinued tinuedGive tinuedGive tinuedGive
Give us an explicit oharge and we wewll wetvUi e ewH1
wll take It up though not on an annp annppropriatio n ap appropriation p pproprilltion ¬
propriation bill There never lia been beenand beenand beenand
and I hope to God there never will be bea ben bea
a time when this senate has refused re ued to toinvestigate toInveStlgHt toinvetigtt
investigate a oharge of misconduct misconductagainst mlsoondutngainat misronductagainst
against an officer of the government governmentBut
But if we are to have an Inquiry let letus ft ftus letus
us have a genuine one one oneaid and Id not n > tn n In Inquiry Inqulrr Inquiry ¬
quiry to meet a mere political oxigxn oxigxncy exigtnSpecific
cy
Specific Charges ChargesMr
Mr Culberson said that if explicit explicitcharges E explicitcharges pJlclt pJlcltcharges
charges were necessary nece r they could cotI be befound befound befound
found in the case of Montague Indi Indicator In mdicator l lcatOl ¬
cator and in that of John W Vottlt VottltIn PottltIn PoititIn
In the former case there I = h sad sadaccording saidaccording n d daccordIng
according to the Brlstow report rep tt fi mye myetery m mter mystery
tery ter as to whether former First Assist Assistant As Assistant It Itant ¬
ant Postmaster General Hoath had re recelved recelved res rescelve41
celved 2009 of the shares of th th st etoi etoiof t tot 5 5of
of that concern In the case a5 or 0 atthat T2tit T2titthat tJt tJtthat
that individual it had been e n developed developedhad derelopeJbad veloplJ veloplJhad
had been on the pay roll of the Bfcli Bfclimore as Btmore U Umore
more postofllce for four years earB wltncut wltncutdoing wIthe witlIcutdoing ut utdoing
doing any work and it never hid hten htenshown ixenshown > een eenshown
shown whether he had ht a been appointed appointedto 1P > ontut ontutto
to this work by Mr Heath or by Mr MrBeavers MrBeavers Ir IrBeavers
Beavers He added that the case C lS > WHS WHSall Va Vaal1 w wall
all the more pertinent because fvittt fvitttat ttttt tttttat
at the time he was as getting pay from fromthe frortthe riIn riInthe
the government > nt had been in die employ employof
of the Republican national commlttep commlttepof OmDlltt OmDllttof
of which Postmaster General Gen ral tl Pam Paymwas Pamas Payncwas
was as at the time timevice vice vlc chairman oid Mr MrHeath MlHeath Jr JrHeath
Heath secretary
Lodge If For or the be Defense DefenseMr
Mr fr Lodge said that both Heat A anfl anflBeavers nn1BQ an anBeavers
Beavers BQ vers are out of the department depart01 nt and nndthat andthat i ithat
that BeaversTs Ben versJ under course of prose prosecution prosecutlon ¬ I IcuUon
cution hence he did not consider nala r the thecharge Uecharge t
charge of a character Charactert to 0 affect t til the > e pies present pleoSent piescaL ¬ I
ent conduct of the department More Moreover Moreover Moreover ¬
over the Petttt cas > had been e 1 thrr thrroughly thrToughh thcroughly
oughly investigated by the poatofflcc poatofflccdepartment pt3tofficcdepartmenJ postofilecdepartmen
department and also by the department departmentof tc > artmei1 artmei1or
of Justice with the result resu t that a pro proceeding poocedlnS proesedlag ¬
ceeding against the bondsmen bond men of the theBaltimore 1 limeBaltimore he heBUlmore
Baltimore postmaster to n rtnvr r the themoney themone3r themoney
money paid to Pettit had been institut instituted ¬
ed He considered the character cha t r of f the thecharges thecharges thecharges
charges as conclusive in showing the thedemand thtdemandor thedemand
demand demandor for an investigation In stlsnUon to be a asham asham
sham shamMr shamMr shamMr I
Mr Allison opposed oppo ed the amendment amendmentas m ndrncnt I Ias
as untenable contending that the post postoffice postofflce postotilca
office committee is periictly perl tr competent competentto c > mret 1t
to make anydesirable any desirable Inquiry To Toadopt Toadopt Toadopt
adopt the amendment would be for the thesenate tIleSe1Jato theseftato l
senate to surrender surrend r its powers to the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house of 0 representatives representativesEasy represeatativesEasy I
Easy Allison AllisonMr I IMr
Mr Gorman referred humorously humor usly to toMr toMr I
Mr Allisons power to postpone that thatwhich thatwhich i
which is unpleasant He was familiar familiarwith t familiarwith mUlar I Iwith
with that splendid gesture of the 1fh 1fhator scmator i iator
ator from Iowa In waving things thln cIT eftMr errI errIMr cITMr
Mr Aldrich questioned7 ql esttonetF Mr Ir Gorman Gormanas
as to what particular Investigation he heIran heInnted heAll
Iran Innted InnteddAll ted
VrAll dAll All of it t t told Mr Gorman I Iwant Iant Iwant
want ant to know whether all of the appro appropriations approprlatlons appropriations
priations in this thfsblll bill are proper I do donot donot donot
not believe that they are lIe cited a anumber anumb1 anumber
number of appropriation In he bill and endseveral andseverAl andseveral
several cases ca in the theoffleli ofllse omll of the sixth sixthauditor sl sixthauditor th thaUdttDr
auditor which he said he wanted 7nnt d 111 111stlated 111 111vestigated < v vvestisated
vestisated vestisatedMr stlated stlatedr
Mr r Gorman charged char that reports In Inregard Inregard inregard
regard to the New York and Washing Washington ¬
ton postofficeshad postomces had been withheld from fromcongress fr3mcongress r > m mcongrese
congress congressMr congreseMr congressMr
Mr Aldrich said slildthat that if there are im improper Improp Inproper ¬
proper prop r appropriations in the WM they theyshould the theshould theyshould
should be considered now and not notthrough notthrough notthrough
through a postofllce department Inves Investigation InesUsaUon Investigatlon ¬
tigation tigationAt
At 615 the senate adjourned with withthe withthe fth fththe
the postomce appropriation bill still stillpending stillPending stillpending
pending pendingThe PendingThe pendingThe
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Big Meeting ot Men Held After A AfterI H r
1 OClock This Morning MorningMAJORITY MorningMAJORITY MorningMAJORITY
MAJORITY FAVOR MOVE MOVEA MOVEUNIOH MOYEUNION MOVEUNION
A +
UNION BEING BEINGPERFECTED PERFECTED WHEST WHESTHERALD W1IENHERALD WRE WREEEBALD
HERALD WENT WE N TO T PRESS PRESSStreet PBESSStreet R S
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Street street carmen car men packed tackec Federation Federationhail IrederaUonh Federationlnmll
hail td t the doors at a meeting begin beginning beginning beginfling ¬
ning at 1 pVslode pcloekthis this morning and de deoIded doaided i iolded
aided to form form a union nlon A large major majority majorIty majorit ¬
ity it of the conductors and motormen motormenwere motonnenwere motormenwere
were present and they were enthusl enthuslastlc enthuslasUc enthusiastlc
astlc Jn their support of the move to toorganize to toorganize
organize organizeThe organizeThe organizeThe
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The men began to gather some time timebefore Um Umberore timebefore
before the appointed hour As fast as asthey aatlle macthey
they tlle got off shift they began bec P n trooping troopingdown troopingdown troopingdown
down from the barns barns singly and in ingroups Ingroups Ingroups
groups Their badges of employment employmentconstituted employmentconstituted employmentconstituted
constituted the tickets of admission admissionThey admis admissIanThey Qn QnThey
They spent some time in talking inter interestedly Itlterestedly ipterestedly ¬
estedly about the proposed move be before before before ¬
fore the meeting was 88 called to order orderThere orderThere orderThere
There was a great deal of curiosity to tosee tost tosee
see st > e who wh would attend and how many manywould manywould nmattywould
would turn out The promoters of the themeeting themeeting themeeting
meeting beamed with satisfaction as asthey asthey asthey
they saw the crowds arrive and they theydeclared theydeclar theydeclared
declared declar d at once that the organization organlzatlonof i iof
of a union was an assured fact this thistime thistime thistime
time It was stated there were some somemen somemen somemen
men who attended merely merel to report to tothe tothe tothe
the superintendent what was done but butthis butthis butthis
this was expected expectedC
C O Pratt national orsranlzer of the theAmalgamated them thew theAmalgamated
Amalgamated m Association s of Street Str et and andElectric andElectric
Voo ofortrl ortrl
Electric Railway w EmDloyes of America Americamade Americamade e emade
made the aslnclpal incipal talk He spoke at atlength atlength atlength
length explaining the methods of the theunion theunion theunion
union and the advantases to be derived derivedfrom derivedfrom
from It ItH
R E Currie state organizer for the theAmerican thoAmerJcan theAmerican
American Federation of Labor J JJ JJBrlttaln II IIBrittain
BrIttaIn of the Federation of Labor and andother nndother andother
other prominent union men spoke A Anumber Anumber Anumber
number of the street car men also a1s made madespeeches madespeeches madespeeches
speeches advocating organization It was wascharged waschargeU wascharged
charged that the company had not kept keptIts keptIts keptits
Its promise for a nlnehour day made over overa
a year ear ago to keep k p the he legislature from frompassing frompassing frompaesing
passing a law requiring a ninehour nlneh urday urdayOther day dayOther dayOther
Other allegations were made In criticism criticismof
of the WRY the men had bean treatedby treatedbythe treated y ythe
the management and organization was wasdeclared wasdeclared wasdeclared
declared to be the only onl remedy Remarks Remarksof Remar s sof
of this nature regularly re lariy met with th warm warmapplause War1I1applause warmapplause
applause At the hour The Herald went tp tppress t tpress tppress
press the preliminary work of forming formingan
an organization was In progress progressALABAMA progressALABAMAPRIMARIES
ALABAMAPRIMARIES ALABAMAPRIMARIESContest ALABAMA PRIMARIES PRIMARIESContest
Contest Between Bankhead and Hob Hobsen Robsen Zobsen
sen Close CloseBirmingham 1oae 1oaeBirmingham
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Birmingham Ala Ayrl 11 ItTIlt The first firstcentral firstgeneral firstgeneral
general primary elections ever held in inthe inthe inthe
the state of Alabama brought out the thelargest thelargest thelargest
largest Democratic voto over polled in inthe Inthe lUthe
the state As there were no conventions conventionsand
and every candidate for offlc of tic In the state statehad statehnd statehad
had to be voted for Individually it prob probably probably probably ¬
ably will be twentyfour hours before beorc the thevote theote thevote
vote ote can be counted countedEarly countedEar countedEarly
Early Ear indications arc that B B Comer Comerhas Comerhas Cornerhas
has sweat swe t the state and will be nomin nominated nomlQated nomluated ¬
ated for president of tho railroad com commission commissIon cornmission ¬
mission by b an overwhelming majority majorJ majorliyover majorityover Y Yover
over John V YSmith Smith the present incum incumbent IncumbenL incunbent ¬
bent bentIt benLIt bentIt
It is robable that Congressman ConJTesgmanJohn ConJTesgmanJohnL John JohnL
L L Burnett will be nominated In the theSeventh theSeventh theSeventh
Seventh district dJ > trlct pnd that t at A A Wiley Wileywill Wileywlll
1 will succeed hliqself In the Second dis district distrIct dietrict ¬
trict The contest between Congressman CongressmanJohn on ongresernanJohn resman resmanJohn
John H Bankhead and Captain Rich Richmond Richmond Richmonti ¬
mond P Hobson in the Sixth district has hasbeen bLSbeen linebeen
been bitterly fought and It Is Impossible laimpossibleto Impossibleto
to make a a forecast as to the theprobable probable re result result resuit ¬
sult The Th vote will be very er close From Frpmthe Fromthe Fromthe
the meager returns so far received Bank Bankhead Ba Bankhead k khead
head Is silently In the lead leadThomas leadThomaIf leadThomas
Thomas N McClellan will be elected electedchief electedchief electedchief
chief justice ju > tlc of the supreme su > reme court with ycithout without IJ IJout ¬
out opposition op > Six associate justices justiceswill JU u5tice u5ticewill tce5 tce5wtll
will be olectfctl olect but It is impossible to toascertain toascertain toaschrtaln
ascertain the probable result resultat at this hotrr hourFrom hotrrI hotrrFrom
I From the action of counties on dole delegates dolegates dolegates ¬
gates to the state convention it Is likely likelythat Jlk ly
that Alabama will send n unlpstruct d I Idelegation
delegation to the th St Louis convention conventionNINETYNINE conentlonNINETYNINE conventionNINETYNINE
NINETYNINE YEARS YEARSButte Y YEARSButte ARS ARSB
Butte B tte Murderer Will End nd THy Days Daysin Daysin Daydin
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cheschl whose trial forther for thiS murder JUurderDf JUurderDfDeputy x of ofDeputy > f fDeputy
Deputy Sheriff Joe Lazzari at t Meadervllle Meadervllleon
on June 2f 21 > last ended today was found foundguilty foundguilty foundguilty
guilty of murder In the second ec nd degree d gree and andhis andhts antihis
his sentence fixed at nlrielynlne nl etnine years cars in inthe Inthe inthe
the penitentiary by the th jury The de defense deftmse tiefence ¬
fence introduced a great reat amount of atdence ckt cktdence 1 1dence
dence tending to show that Francheschi Francheschiwas
was Insane It being claimed that his hisasylums hismother hismother
mother ana antf sister had been ontInd in inasylums inasylums
asylums for the insane in Italy Fran Franchescht FranChschl Francheschi
chescht seemed to be unmoved by the re result result resuit ¬
sult of the triaL Both men were Italians
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by Its exhilarating and vitalizing effects effectsthat erf effectsthat cts ctsthat
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month entirely at F 1 C Schramms risk riskIf riskt riskIf
If at t Ii the end f of thirty ttYh days you can c say
that Hymnal hasnot J helped you he will willreturn willreturn fi fireturn
return your our money without question or orargument orargument orargument
argument argumentThe argumentThe argumentThe
The complete Hyomei treatment costs costsbut costsbut costsbut
but one dollar and consistsof consists of an Inhaler Inhalerthat Inhnlerthat Inhalerthat
that can be carried In the pocket or purse pursea
a medicine dropper dropp < r and anda a bottle of Hyo Hyomol H Hyomel o omoL
mol Tha Ih 1nb31er inhaler will last a lifetime and andIf andIf andIf
If one bottle do d does s not cure extra xtr bottles bottlescon bottlescan bottlescan
can be obtained for 60 O cents c nts It Is the themoat themoat themoat
moat economical of all remedies adver advertised adiertised ¬
tised for the cure of catarrh and the theonjy theonly
only one where here you ou can obtain a months monthstreatment monthtreMment monthstreatment
treatment from your our local druggist that thatcosts tbatcost thatcosts
costs nothing if It fails to cure cureTry curerTy cureTry
Try Hyomei for a month It cannot cannotharm cannotbarm cannotharm
harm you as it Is purely pure vegetable and andcures andcures andcures
cures catarrh without any stomach dos dosing d08tng doe10g ¬
ing If It fails the loss falls entirely entirelyupon enUro enUroupon entirelyupon
upon F C Schramm SchrammFor SchrammFor SchrammFor
For sale by b F C Schramm druggist druggtetcorner druggistcorner druggistcorner
corner Main and First South pouth outh streets streetsQASTGFF streetseE streetsGlUE
eE YOUR CASTOFF QASTGFFETC CASTOFFCLOTIIfNG CJISTOFFCLcTiilivi
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lief Dept for use In Its salvage room roomCall roomPall roomCall
Call phone 13S3X l X or send postal to Staff StaffCaptain StaftCaptatn StaffCaptain
Captain David Miller 35 Franklin Ave Avei Avewhose Ivewh
i whose wh e signature 8 will be on card carried carriedby carriedby cardedby
by our collector co1ectornrraNY collectorTHE
THE nrraNY ONLY lINE lINETO UNETo
TO ST I lOUIS
The Burlington road Is the only com company compan cornpany ¬
pany pan having its own rails and running runningsolid rutfnlngsolid runingsolid
solid trains from Denver to St Louis LouisThink LouisThink LouisThink
Think of this when you come to make makyour maktoyour makeyour
your Exposition trip this year eor If you youdo youdo oU oUdo
do you youw111 will use u the Burlington You Youcan Youcan YouCall
can step into our o r St Louis Special at atPenver atDenver atenver
Denver enver at 200 p m one day and you youare younr youare
are nr In St Louis the next afternoon at atC50
650 or you ou can take the vestibuled vestibuledJlyer vestibuledflyer eatibuledlIyer
flyer leavInff lealng1enver Denver at 1035 p m ar arriving arr1lng arriving ¬
riving In St Louis the second morning morningat morn ng ngat719
at at719 T19 Could you ask for anything anythingbetter an anythingbetter thing thingbetter
better betterUniform betterUnJfOrm betterUniform
Uniform excellence CX ience would be a descrip description descrlptio ¬
tion tio of these trains Their appointments appointmentsare
are Ar r as nearly perfect as human ingenuity ingenuitycan Ingenultcan
can devise
Ticket Office Off ice
79 West Second South Street StreetR
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NEW PICTURES countrys countrysemblemFek countrysemblemFekset emblem Full Fullof
of snsp and go the finest finestsot J
sot of pictu pictures we have ever issuodYou know what whatthat ct ctthat
that means Full set free for 60 Turkish Now Vorl
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We will give Two Specials This week in inTailorMade inTailorMade inTailorMade
TailorMade Suits and andShirt andShirt andShirt
Shirt Waist SiifsMonday Suits SuitsMonday SuitsMonday
Monday at 9 oclock oclockWE
WE WILL PLACE A NUMBER OF CUSTOM TAILORMADE SUITS SUITSAT SUITSAT SUITSAT
AT THESE REMARKABLY LOW L W PRICES 1500 J20W OOO 52500 2508 and andlOOO andsooo
3000THE lOOO 3000
THE SHIRT WAIST W AIST SUITS IN SILKS SIL S MOHAIRS MERCERIZED MERCERIZEDCLOTHAND MERCERIZEDCLOIH MERCERIZEDCLOJIAND
CLOTHAND CLOIH AND TUSKIN MIXTURES Will Range in Prices at 700 9 9911 9911UO 94iiioo
1100 and up to 3500 3500THESE 35OQTHESE 3500ThESiS
THESE PRICES ARE UNUSUAL FOR THIS SEASON OF THE THEYEAR THEYEAR THEYEAR
YEAR YEARNew New Line of Hats Received ReceivedBoth Both in inSmart inSmart inSmart
Smart Street Hats and French models models2I6SOUTH
2I6SOUTH 216 SOUT1IIIATWST AIN ST
D F WALKER JR JRInsurance JRInsurance
Insurance and lines
331 D F WA WATR TRPR BLOCK
ANNUAL AIZIU L STATEMENT STATEMENTFor STATEl1EFor >
For the Year Y r Ending Dec 31 1908 of the tneCondition 111eCondition theCondition
Condition of the thoConcordia theConcordla j
Concordla Fire Insurance Company CompanyL
1 L The Name and Location of ofthe1 otth ofthti
the1 th Company CompanyConcordta CompanyConcordtaFire Concordla ConcordlaFire ConcordlBFire
Fire Insuranco Company CompanyMilwaukee eoml1anyMilwaukee CompanyMilwaukee
Milwaukee Wisconsin WisconsinName
2 2 Name ame of President Pn sld8I1tGcerge PresidoutGeergeBrumnder sld8I1tGcergeBrumder > Geerge GeergeBrumder
Brumder BrumderXame Brumnderi
3 i Name of Secretary secret SecretaryFrank SecretaryFrankDamkoehier Frank FrankDamkoehler FrunkDamkoehler
Damkoehler i
4 4 The amount of its capital capitalstock capitaltock capitalstock
stock is j iWJOOW iOOJXO iOOJXOThe
5 The amount of Its capital capitalstock capitalstock capitalstock
stock paid up Is 20QOM09 e
6 6 The amount of Its assets aS assetsis tsjs 4s 3f4OW16
7 The amount of its habit liabilities U habitties bUl bUltles ¬
ties lnclu Includjng lng capital Is Ishe S31S91
8 8 The he amount of its income incomeduring Incomeduring Ineonmeduring
during the preceding cal calendar calendar calendar ¬
endar year ear GSC31S2i am
9 The amount of its expend expenditures expendItures expenditures ¬
itures during the preced preceding precedIng precedIng ¬
ing calendar year ear G5885272 G5tt 2i
10 The amount of losses paid paidduring paidduring 1
during the preceding cal calendar calendar calendar
endar year 354 J6I249l J6I249lU J9a
11 U The amount of risks writ written wrUten written ¬
ten during the year 8Sd9KQ3 8Sd9KQ312The
12The 12 The amount of risks In Inforce Inforce Inforce
force at the end of the theyear theear theyear
year ear 1029W16300 1029W16300State 10200t16300State 102tl6300State
State of Utah Office of the Secretary of ofState oCStat ofStatese
State Statese StateseI ss ssI SSr SSrI
I James T Hammond secretary of ofstate ofstate ofstate
state of the state of Utah do hereby herebycertify hereb herebcertlf herebycertif2
certify certlf that the above named Insurance Insurancecompany insurancecompnny insurancecompany
company has filed In my office a de detailed de detailed detailed ¬
tailed statement of its condition condltiontrom condltiontromwhich from fromwhich fromwhich
which the foregoing fore oinS statement has been beeni beeDprepared beenprepared
prepared nd tnat timat the said compatlhns cempapyhasin
111 i all other oth r respects complied with the thelaws thelaWS thelaws
laws of the state relating to insurance insuranceIn
In testimony testlmon whereof I have herc hercSeal hercSeat hereSeal
Seal unto set my m hand and affixed the thepreat theat thegreat
great at seal of the state Rta of Utah Utahthis rtahthis tah tahthin
this twentythird tw lhJrd day of March MarchA MarchA MarchADBOL
A ADBOL t D 190L 19 L
J T T HAMMOND HAMMONDSecretary HA HAMMONDSecretary I10ND I10NDSecretary
Secretary of State
DU I IlIOllES
ANNUAL A > uAL STATEMENT STAT STATEMENTFor IENT
For the Year Ending Dec tt L le l of the theCondition theCondlNon theConditIon
Condition of the theSpring t18Spring theSpring
Spring Garden Insurance Company Comp nS nSL
1 L The Name and Location of ofthe otthe ofthe
the company t mpanSprJng Spring Gar Garden Garden Carden ¬
den Insurance Ins rance Company CompanyPhiladelphia CompanyPhiladelphia CompanyPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Pa
2 2 Name of President PresldentCJiu PresldentCJiuence Clarr Clarrence >
ence E Porter
3 3 Name ome of Secretary SecretaoEd SecretaryEdward Ed Edward ¬
ward L Got 0
4 The T amount n 01It of 1It its capital capitalstock cap1talstock captalstock
stock is 4tXMX 40000910 40000910The 40000550The M MThe
The amount of its capital capitalstock capitalstock capitalstock
stock paid up is 40Q6toCO 40Q6toCOB
B It The amount of its assets is lsa32121 littIl1The
7 The amount of ItsHablit Its lIabUf lIabUfjf liabilitIez
iies jf tIez Including capital is 13S84 1sAi4M 1sAi4Ms M
s The amount of Its income incomeduring incomeduring incomeduring
during the preceding cal calendar calendar calendar ¬
endar year 7K4fi44 iIi ii4
9 The amount of Its expend expenditures expendJtur expandIthres ¬
itures Jtur during the preced preceding precedIng precedlag ¬
ing calendar year ear 63063136 63GMCroo
10 The amount of o losses paid paidduria paiddurl paidduriag
duria durl duriag g the preceding cal call calendar calcedar
l endar year ear 27433651 r7426sIii
11 The amount of risks writ written written written
ten during the year S91457I68S 891i t
12 The amount of risks in inforce inforee inforce
force at the end of the theyear th thyear theyear
year yearState J m 8lS97 8lS97State 1Si9iState
State of Utah Office of the Secretary of ofState o oStatess ofStateas
State Statess StatessI ss ssI
I James T Hammond secretary of ofstate ofstat ofstate
state stat of the state of Utah do hereby herebycertify hereh herehc herebycertify
certify c rtlty that th the above named insurance insurancecompany InsurancecomPfln insurancecompany
company has filed in my m office a de detailed detatled dotailed
tailed statement of its condition from fromwhich fromwhleh fromwhich
which the foregoing for olng statement has been beenprepared beenprepared beenprepared
prepared and that the said company has hasin hasIn hasIn
in all other respects complied with the thelaws theIaws thelaws
laws of the state relating to insurance insuranceIn Jnsura oe oeIn
In testimony t tlmony whereof I have hero heroSeal hereSeal
Seal unto Mt my hand and affixed the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great seal of the state of Utah Utahthis Utahthis
this twentythird day da of March MarchA
A D 1W
J T HAMMOND HAMMONDSecretary HA1DIONDSecrttary HAMMONDSecretary
Secretary of State
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Troubles Kjc and AndEAr Bar l DIseases > I case Bronchial Bronchialand Bronohlal1Dd flronobtaiand
and Lung Troubles Asthma Stomach 81 < Ilv Ilver JI JIerAnd Livcreed
er creed and Sidney Diseases Bladder Troubles TroublesFemale TroublesFeI1lilo TronbiesFemale
Female Complaints Chronic Diseases of ofWomen otomen ofwomen
Women omen and Children Heart Disease Ner NerTOUS NerTOU Netvous
TOUS Diseases Chorea 1St St VUns Uus Danre Dance1Sterility DanreSterl111 DanreSterility
Sterility lUckets Spinal Trouble Skin Di Diseases IIscases 15senses ¬
senses Sciatica and Rheumatism Diseases Diseasesof
of the Bowels Plies Fistula and Rectal RectalTroubles RectalTroubles RectalTroubles
Troubles Goitre tOt or big neck Blood Di Diseases Dtseases Diseases ¬
seases Tape Worm Hay Fever Hysteria HysteriaKpllopsy HysteriaEpilepSy
EpilepSy Insomnia etc and all Kerroas Kerroasrrlrate eous eousPrlyate eryonsPrivate
Private and Chronic Diseases DiseasesHomo Diseasesllomo DiseasesHome
Homo Treatment Cares Write for forfre forr forfree
fre free r symptomlist fym Consultation oJI tl If IOir yon Free cannot cnot call callConsultation
Weak Men MenIf
If you OU suffer from any of the weaknesses S or ordiseases or1lteueo ordiseases
diseases caused by ignorance excess or con contagion oonaglon contagion ¬
tagion YOU ARE TilE VERY PEKSOX l > EltSO WE WEWANT WEWA VSwass
WANT WA T TO TALK TO TOWe TOwe roW
We W 0 hate proven our oursklU skill In curing CHRONIC CR11OXICdiseases CIlROXICf CHRONICdIseases
diseases by publishing I the many voluntary rolnntarypictures voluntarylestiwotIai
lestiwotIai f I treat home people PIr giving names namespictures l lpictures
pictures a aa a addresses addressesWE addressesE iddressosWE
WE E CANT CA r PUBLISH OUR CURES CURESIN CRESIN CURESIN
IN PRIVATE DISEASES DISEASESBecause DiSEASESBecause
Because It l would betray bet confidence Hence Hencewo I
wo hare to prove pro e our skill skillin In this class of trou troubles troubias tronbles ¬
bles In another way wa This Is our plan
DK G w saunas
Pay When Cured CuredWe
We euro ro you tint and then ask a REASON REASONABLE nE REASONABLE SON SONABLE ¬
ABLE FEE when you are cured Ton can de depond do doend dopone
pond end upon our word tbonxands of patients patientsare patlenYoYJ patlenbehave
have are indorsed us ii NOW VE WAST TO CURB CURBYOU CURSyou
YoYJ Ucfil UcfilVu Vu i iwUI
YOU with the distinct nndcrstandlng that we wewill wewill
will not demand a YEll until we care yon yonThis ronTbls youThis
This applies to Lost Manhood Seminal S mlnal Weak Weakness Weakness Veaknoes ¬
ness Spermatorrhoea Gonorrhoea Syphilis SyphlUtVaricoeele S1JIbIUVnricoeele Syphilisvamuoode
Varicoeele Diseases Disoasesdt df the Prostate Gland Un Unnatnral Unnatural
natural Losses Contracted Disorders Style Strtonre Strlcure Styleurn
urn etc Contagious Blood Poison and all allVEAKNES3HS nllWEARSES6HS allWEARNESSHS
VEAKNES3HS of MOB MOBOPFIUK roesOITI4
OPFIUK o OITI4 FICJo HOURS 9 a m m to o I p m Evenln Evenlnto Evenings Eveningsto
to 108 8 Sundays Sendaysand and holidays boll days 10 i0a a m to 12
BBS SHORES SHORES ExpertSpeoialists Expert Specialists1 56 56QnUty Wsnt t t7Utnh 7Utnh
Qu QnUty Jity Reigns R ins Supreme With Us UsWe
We are showing the Best FittIng Clothing In the City THE FAMOUS FAMOUSI FAMOUSNot
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Not ot because we fa Say 10 but because its Its made so Come in andtI and try On a agornent agarment
garment and youll oull sing its praises louder than we are shouting shoutingYOURS shoutingYOURS
YOURS ANXIOUS TO PL PLEASE PLEASEONE ASE ASEN
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A fragrant delightful soap seapcooling soapcooling p
cooling and refreshing to the thehands thehands thehands
hands and face It is perfumed perfumedwith perfumedwith perfumedwith
with the quintessence of violet violetcontaining violetconU
containing conU ning the purest pure t ingrtdi ingrtdients ingrcdlents 4 4The
ents The priceis price is ten cents the thecake thecake i
cake or twentyfive cents the thebox thebox thebox
box box containing three cakes cakeeWhere cakesi
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As to the best way to invest your say savings sa saIngs sayings ¬
ings always look out for safety Dont Dontexpect Dontexpect Dontexpect
expect too big returns retutBSYGU you may Ioe Ioeall 1 1all lees leesall
all Ours ia i a conservative institution institutionone JDatituUonone
one one that will w1l1last last hence ee we offer only onlya
a S reasonable re8S nable rate of interest t 4 per cent centand centand nt ntand
and your our principle is in good hands handsTou kaIl haudYou S SYou
You can bank with us by mali mcllUtah mdllJtah maliUtah
Utah Commercial Commercialand
and Savings Bank BankCapitol Bankcnp1tal BankCapital
cnp1tal Capitol 200000 200000WALKER ioo 2OOOOOWAIJER ooo oooWALKER
WALKER BROTHERS BROTHERSBANKERS BROIUERSBANKERS BROTUERSBANKERS
BANKERS BANKERSSALT
SALT LAKE CITY UTAH UTAHEstablished UTAHEstabllshedSa 4 4Established
EstabllshedSa Established 1853 Incorporated 1903 1903OFFICERS 19OOF 1505OFFICERS
OFFICERS OF ICERS AND DIRECTORS DIRECTORSJi
Ji 1st H WALKER PretM President PrestrHOMAS PresidentrHoMAS t tTHOMAS
rHOMAS WEIR Vie Vice PreaWenL PreaWenLL Pre hlenL
L 1 H R FARNSWORTH Cashier CashierE
E O HOWARDAssistaat HOW HOWARD Assistant Cashier CashierTYWNT CasblerJOHN CashierJOHN
TYWNT JOHN H IT WAL W7ATWTSTJ V ALtbR SR Asst < Oa Cashier CuhlerH Vllr > r rH
H G MMILLAN MMTTLANW
W MONTAGUE FERRY FERRTTransact FERRYTransact FERRYTransact
Transact a General Banking Business Easinessi
i Safe Deposit Boxes For lI or Rent Rent11011BIKOFIGERMIK RentNATIONAL RentiIoAI
NATIONAL iIoAI 11011BIKOFIGERMIK 11011BIKOFIGERMIKU BANK 8AN OF TilE REPUBU REPUBUu
U S s DEPOSITORY DEPOSTTORTFRANK DEPOSITORYFRA DEPOSITORYPRANK
FRANK FRA K KNOX President PresWemJAMES Presl PresidentJAMES eut eutJAMES
JAMES A MURRAY MCRRAYVlce Vice President PresidentW Iden IdenW
W F ADAMS Cashier CashierCAPITAL Cashl4rCAPITAL CashierCAPiTAL
CAPITAL PAID IN 300009 UOOooBank1 300009Banking 300005flanking
Banking Bank1 In all Its branches transacted transactedExchange UansacteExhang trsasactedExchange
Exchange drawn on the principal cities citiesof clUesof citiesof
of Europe EuropeINTEREST EuropeINTEREST EuropeINTEREST
INTEREST PAID ON O TIME DEPOSITS DEPOSITSDIRECTORS DEPOSITSTHE DEPOSITsTIlE
THE THEDS TIlEDSRT
DS DSRT Rf SAVINGS BANK BANKDIRECTORS BANKDIRECTORS
DIRECTORS DIRECTORSW
W W Rtcr President PresidentMoses PresidentMoses PresidentMama
Moses Thatcher Vice President PresidentEllas PreoWentElias PresidentElias
Elias A Smith Cashier CashierJames CashierJames CashierJames
James Sharp John R Barnes John C CCutler Co CoCutier CCuUer
Cutler David Efcclee Eb Ie < < A A W Carlson CarlsonGeorpe CarlsonGeoreRomrt CarisonGeorge
George GeoreRomrt RonntS John R Winder Reed ReedSmoot ReedSmoot ReedSmoot
Smoot E R R Eldredga W F James JamesFour JamesFour JamesFour
Four > per cent interest t paid on savings savlnsadeposits aav1nsd savingsdeposits
deposits depositsLH d eposl ts
LH L S HILLS ILLS President PrcaiflentMOSES Pres1 PresidentMOSES mt mtOS
MOSES OS S THATCHER TliTCHER Vice Vie President PresidentH
H H SYOUNG Cashier CashierE
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TJS DEPOSITORY DEPOSITOBYDeseret DErOSITORYDosorat DEPOSITORYDeserel
Deseret National Bank BankSalt BankSalt
Salt Lake Lafe t City Utah UtahCAPITAl UtahCAPIT UtahCAPIL
CAPITAl CAPIT L 5500000 500000 500000SuaPLUS 5OOOOOSYBELVS
SuaPLUS 41350000 41350000Safety 50000 E50000Safety 50000Safety
Safety Deposit Boxesfor Box Boxesforflent BoxesforflentTUE sfor Rent RentOF RentTUSTATE
TUSTATE TUE STATE BANK
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Corn Corner Kaon and andSouth South Temple SlamplaStreets namplSbects TempleSttectz
Streets Sbects Salt Lake City CityJOSEPH CityJOSEPH CityJOSEPH
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JOSEPH F SMI SMITH President PresidentWILLIAM PresidentWILLt PresidentWILLIAM
WILLIAM WILLt t B PRBSTON P TON Vtea V President PresidentCHARLES trestdentCHARLES PresidentCHARLES
CHARLES S S1il2NRY BORTON OasbteE OasbteEl Cas t
l 1il2NRY ESNRY Y T 1TEWAN II EWAN Asit As t t CMEler CMElerGENERALBANKIHGBOSINESS C CathlerNERALBANKINGBUSINESS hter
GENERALBANKIHGBOSINESS 6 GENERALBANKIHGBOSINESSAccounts NE AL BANKIN6BUSINESS BANKIN6BUSINESSj
j Accounts ACCOUfltSSOllGlted Solicited Special Speclalatttuation attention to tocountry tot toc4untrZ
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