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L 1HE lJ1 SAJLr LAisE HERALD FkLOAx J 4 > x DECEMBER DEE IB R 16 1904 19O 9 9L
Japs Say SaYthe the Sevastopol Was WasBadly WasBadly WasBadly
Badly Damaged DamagedONE DamagedONE Damagedt DamagedONE
1 1Tokfo
TokioDe IQkio D < 4il 3 m mTh The com comannndiu comannn cornnndi
annndiu annn nndi iu of the Japanese Ja third sQUad sauadrouTeporting sQUadron cpiad2Ou
rouTeporting ron Teporting Te orting at 108S oclock 1 Iovk k yesterday yesterdaymorning yeerdayThorzilrig e terdav terdavnwrnlhg
morning says saysCommencing saysComm saysCOITflfleflejng
Commencing Comm ndn at 1130 oclock Tues Tuesday Tuelld T1ZeFdy ¬
day d night and conUnuir continuing until UntlI3 3 oclock oclockedne8day o oek
1 edne8day morning six lx torpedo boats boatsand boatand boatsand
and specially titLed topcdo lo tudocraft o craft con constantly constantly constaiitly
stantly attempted attacks against the
Russian battlesftlp batUes tp Sevastopol the coaat coa t i
defense dfff Be VPSSO P8sel dtvashni and the mill ¬
tary ta ry transports transportsDetails trR tranportsDetIg ports portsDetafls
Details of the attacks are ar not yet yttown et
Itnown town However Howev r according to reports reportsrereivtnl nporurelvl riport4reevd
rereivtnl from rom the watci tower Juard Juardeliip hlurrJship uarihtI
ship htI at 9 oclock this morning the tb Se Sevastopol SeaMloII11 SeaLoIiol ¬
vastopol had commenced eommene d lowering loweringOHtern low Iwerngacteru rlng rlngoKttl11
OHtern and th water WHS said to roach roachthe rahthe reachthe
the torpedo tubes tub > artorn artornSeparate 8 astrnSeparate tIn tInSeparate
Separate Attacks AttacksThe AttacksThe AttacksThe
The same commander telegraphing telegraphinga
last a at t midnight ml nlght wiys wiysAt IfttjsAt ay8At
At 830 oclock on the morning of ofTet otDtl ofDet
Tet 14 nVt Wednesday > dne day Commander Ota OtaId
3 Id < l leading leadi a flotilla of torpedo boats boatsami boatsa1tl boatsin4
ami Lieutenant Miyamoto leading an another anNlrer anCtJIer ¬
other flotilla h began an attacks against the theSevastopol thePY thevaetopol
Sevastopol PY vaetopol topol and the th transports transportsOtakis trnl18JOrtsOtaktfC irnosportsOtakls
Otakis flotilla failed to accomplish accomplishits CC mp1ish mp1ishH
its H purpose e owing to the severe snow snowstorm snowMorm snowIstorm ¬
storm stormMiyamotos MormMlynmutos IstormMtyaiiiits
Miyamotos flotilla flot 1Ja succeeded in inreaching Inrtl In1achlg
reaching rtl lhhl the intended spot pot by taking takingadvantage bikingadnultag takingadvntage
advantage of the fact that the enemys enemysfarchlights enemsfalchllght enemysarcb1Ight
farchlights arcb1Ight were exposing Ottfkis OtL < kls flo flotilla hotI1a
tilla and wtre not directed against Mi Miyamoto lilmotns I InOtS ¬
yamoto motns s In the thtek of the enow enowwhile enowwhile enowL
L while Miyamotos flotilla was searching searchingfor ching chingfor
for thp th onpinys PI1f > J yslthips ships tre ne torpedo boat boatIwcamp bootlpca boatb
Iwcamp lpca b carn p o st < t from Its comrade shljw shljwAt shlpAt
At 4 oVlock Lieutenant Nakamttras Nakamttras1nrptdn Nakamistnrpeio Nakamttrastorpdf
torpdf hoat independently attacked a amilitary aHllftar a3iiiftary
military Hllftar transport Another Anotlt r torpedo torpedo110t tovpedoboat j
boat und un undr r Miyamoto discharged d and andexploded andxpkdp1 andxpkdei
exploded a torpedo against again the Sevasto SevastoTiol j jI
I Tiol o1 Both returned r safely but failed failedto
to met mf > d thc t hp missing rnIssIn torpedo bout boatLieutenant boutIlfiItPIHlfll boutI4hfltfpant
Lieutenant Na Naata ftta la commanding commandingthin lommandlnxthll
thin brat b at has ha < not returned and there is isanxiety itcnnxlety isnnxlety
nnxlety for the safety rety of the boat and andcrew andrew andrew
crew crewTodiy rew rewToda Today Toda the watch tower guardgbip guardgbipippcrts guardSbJpIf guardh1pTPpcrts
ippcrts If > pcrts that the stern of the Sevasto Sevastol SevasloloJ
l loJ ol appeared Itpllare to Iwve lt e lowered three threefeet threEi threefeet
feet i et
y Japanese Jnpa11eSeSrtilolS Sailors Gourtad Death in inTheir inTheir inTheir
Their Attack AttackTokio AttackTokJo AttackTokic
Tokio Dee Dtic 15 154 4 p 1 m mTbe The partial partially ¬ I Ily
ly successful s u cul torpedo tor do attack on the theSevastopol theS theevaatopoI
S Sevastopol > aatopol was made in the face of al almost alI110st almost ¬
most insurmountable obstacles and andwrites andwrites andwrites
writes another inspiring story of the thesplendid thesplendId thesplendid
splendid bravery of a number of oil officers omrL oilcers ¬
cers rL rLThe
The entire crews of the torpedo torJ o fyoat fyoattlestroyors loat loatdestroyrs l4oatdestroyers
destroyers and torpedo boat volun volunteered voluntppred voluntered ¬
teered for the task courting death in inI
1 heir efforts ttr rts to destroy the only Hosting MoatingRussian lIOfttlngRu8 HostingRusslaii
Russian Ru8 lan battleship at Port I ort Arthur ArtburFacing ArthurFacing ArthurFacing
Facing a driving snowstorm snoworm and andItcavy and1W3 and1eavy
Itcavy 1W3 1eavy vy seas th the tiotlllas separated arated and andunder and1lIlder andiiiider
under inrlvldual in vldual commanders cORUn nders the ves vesselsattacked vesfel yesels ¬
selsattacked fel els IUtacked Independently The decks decksof
of the th destroyers and torpedo boats boatswere boatsWere boatsW1re
were t oated oatf > d with ice and the men suf suffered suC1tr sufferej ¬
fered 1tr > d autely from cold coldThe coldThe coldrhe
The Russians Hussla s resorted to the most raoetextreme mostxtrfml moattxtrenw
extreme precautions to protect rotect the Se SenstojMti Setoli Seastoj
nstojMti astoj toli They Thf > dropped torpedo torpe < 1o nets netshlch netshl netshich
hlch hl h shielded hlc1de < l the bows of the war warfbtps warkiPs warskips
kiPs and I rid the th Sevastopol was further furtherprotected furt urtherIProts4ted er erprolectt
protected prolectt > d by a a specially lJ ially constructed constructedwooden eonstrUltec1Woodn eoostructedwooden
wooden boom the th framework of waic1 waic1as Wtjcwas tlc tlcas
was as composed of iron logs aBd cables cablesami cablesun cablesansi
ansi un heavy hfa Y chains Interlaced and en entafoffhd ent enta1nghiil
tafoffhd t fn hd From the surface of this boom boom1ung boommng boomung
1ung mng a deep d p curtain made of torpedo torpedonets torpedo11Pt torpedotakcn
nets 11Pt taken from the sunken b battleships battleshipsthe ttlemlpSthe
the > purpose of which was 88 to catch and anddestroy anddpstro anddestroy
destroy dpstro > the torpedoes and their mech mechanism mechltnistT1 mechtinisin ¬
anism ltnistT1The tinisinThe anismThe
The Japanese J a PUJI puiese ege probably refrained from fromattempting fromttemptin fromattenptmg
attempting to cut or jump the boom booma
a plan demonstrated by the British but butthe bu buthE buthe
the torpfdo tont O boots and destroyers evi evidently evf evfdnU evilofltb ¬
dently dnU forced theiopeniags the openings which the theRussians theRuna theRusalans
Russians bad ad left so as to allow com comA comJ cornmunleatlon
A inunlcatUm with the harbor harborANGRY harborANGRY barborANGRY
japs raps Threaten Tiuoiten to toNake Make ke a Claim for forIndemnity forIndemnity forIndemnity
Indemnity IndemnityTokio IndemnityToJtio IndemnityTokio
Tokio Dec 15 4 p in tnThe The Japanese JapaneseIP
S IP I P ratcfaing < t < b In with great reat interest tnt rast the UteJe thei
i V Heard Je d plan of the Russian RU8S LD govern government govern11e govern3nent ¬
ment 11e > nt to purchase warships warsl ps from the thejovernments theooernt1lntS theovernuIdfltS
jovernments of Argentina and Chile ChileJP
JP j ii resigns sIJOnk to a diplomatic inquiry the thejuvernment thent thetvernnwnt
juvernment > nt or Argentina frankly dis disr disnowcd thevowed
r vowed their intention to sell warships warshipst warshipsit
it t Russia RU Iia but the answer received from fromIhile fromhile frombile
Ihile bile is said to be evasive Correspon Correspondence Correspond ¬
dence c1u d n t on the subject Is still in pro progress prot protress ¬
tress gressThere t tressTherf ress ressThere
There is 1 a growing feeling fetlIn of respnt respntr re resjntrent nl nlT
r rent fOnt here against Chile Discussing Discussingthe DICu aI aIthe
the question with the tIi Associated Press Pressenrespondent Presstrf8pol1d PressrrespoIdeflt
enrespondent trf8pol1d nl today an official tftclalsaid said said1nat said1tut
1nat 1 nat in the t ht event of Chile Iule selling war warships warhlJ varh1ps ¬
ships hlJ to Russia Japan will unques unquestionably unques1ionabiy ¬
t tionably take the first opportunity to tof tohttle tottttIe
f httle ttle the score The Japanese govern governnent loveru1lent governneat
neat is being bt > lnC urged to pointedly in infirm Infrm infrm
frm < hile that Ja Jalu < > an will demand in indemnity int1fnIlIH intienhlilty ¬
demnity t1fnIlIH when free to enforce suit su i1 de demand demawl tienaw1 ¬
mand at the end of the war with Rue RuaFiil RUIIFt Rued RueIt
Fiil d
FiilIt It is thought here that the Chilean Chileanfcivernment ChileanernJ Chileanveriiinetit
fcivernment veriiinetit ernJ lIt has been induced to re rei rean
i jtin 1 in from telling telUn Ita plane pia with re repa reard regard
pa gard ard rd to the Lb sale or otherwise of its itsvarshipg itswarship 113arehipe
warship varshipgGOLD warshipGOLD arehipeCOLD
Operations Along the Shakhe at atStandstill a aStandstill aStandstill
Standstill StandstillMukden StandstillluKteIl StandstilliLukden
Mukden Dec l5LThe 1 LThe Japanese col colimn cotinin
imn 0 mn on General Oyanias right which whichtGeneral whle whicheneial h heneral
tGeneral Rennenkampff recently drove droverack dropa drovetak
rack a k to the Taitse river is again re reorted rejortEd reorted
jortEd orted to be moving movin < < northeast and andMrcngly andircngly
11 Mrcngly rf ngoly holding the SiaodagiSlanchan SiaodagiSlanchanregion
Eglon 5000 men with eight el ht guns be beiijr beilJr hehg
iijr at Sianchftn and 10000 men with withslit withf withght
f slit guns at Siamatze SlamatzeThf SiamatzeThf SiamatzeTh
Thf Th Japanese are also lItO holding Sians Sianltzu Stansatzu
5 atzu and Benchihu with a small smallf
f roe re They occupy Slaodyr on the thehtuth thffIuth theuth
htuth uth bank Of the Taitse river and and1ey andUey
1ey 1 ey ire re gtlarfling g nrlifng the thebrh bridge which Is Islongfor isLO teio
io longer ofluiy importance owiag ot to tothe toth totie
the freezing freezingdf Of the river riverA
A JapapeSiJpprisoner says the besleg beslegiig be beelegig le lelJg
iig army fttPort Arthur is composed composedf
c f the First FiretNinth Ninth and Eleventh dtvi dtvinont dtvton dlviOflL
nont on OflL and the Fourth and Eighth re reF refprc resPrvi
F fprc rv brigados brlgadoSrbe brigadosThe brigadosThe
The vxtrems cold keeps things quiet quietr twistsong
I song lung r ng the t h front The distribution of ofwami orwant ofarm
want arm J ri to 2ie c troops troo a is practic practicKaulbars iiractlech > ractic racticfl1J
fl1J ch nnl finihd finihdA hl d dKaulbars
A Kaulbars at Harbin HarbinHarbin HarbinIa
Harbin Ia rhino Manchuria Dec 15 l 1LGeiwral 1LGeiwralKaulbars General GeneralKaulbars GOI1eralKau1bars
Kaulbars commander of the Third Thirdiuniy Thirdtl
iuniy 11 uf my met with IUt a hearty reception on onI onlkt oniis
I lkt > ie arrival rlvaJ here There are twentytwo twentytwohospitals tweu twcottwoiosiituls two twooSIituls
hospitals each with ISO beds here The ThecfRctrK Xbpf1iC Thet1flcer
cfRctrK f1iC > n ward is under control of the thefe lh lhdfe thewife
wife < fe of If rjoiwal Mistchenko lIl chenko There are arenany areTJany areriany
nany caKes la es of typhoid fever feverStory feverStory epr eprStory
Story Not Confirmed ConfirmedWei d di
4 Wei W i Hat Wei Dec 16 lliNo No confirms ronfirmatort confirmsSt on rma rmatOJ
St tort is obtainable here of the report reportwhich reportnhieh eporthich
which hich hiiJH hu reached Chofoo that a Jap Japsn Japo6J1ese Japissu
sn o6J1ese issu Se cruiser > r Is ashore in Yungehlng Yungehlngbky Ytmgehfngb Yungehjngbay
bay b y Warships sometimes coal taJ in inYung luyunghing inYunghing
Yung yunghing hsng bay bu from colliers which iat iatpcneriily WnelljJ i ignertiiy
pcneriily nelljJ i 1pteo < > cej tea here as is I tli cxpluf cxplufI Xplll explaratl4ei Xpllltat1p1
I tat1p1 at > n fir > f what the captain ol the theTitttau th thIsIJltau theslzltau
Titttau slzltau saw lia t
4 4State
State Land Commissioner Gives Givesthe Givesthe GivestheTotaI
the theTotaI Total as 111744 111744RECEIPTS 111744RECEI 111744RECEiPTS
RECEIPTS RECEI TS ARE 26577870 26577870BQABD 26577870BQAJtD 265778 70
4 4RD
< YEARS YE S WORK WOBKBo WORKqlfQIt woak woaklL f <
qlfQIt Bo lL < te to o Uovd h td of land n l comtntaBlonars com comissionarIs donClr5 donClr5is j
is Thilsbhigup flilliibt wp its work for tlie year ea1 and andrclY andSeerery j jjxirt
Seerery rclY Byron Bro Groo J1re is pPegaring itrJng u re repurL I
purL to b > be sttWlIitad w SUIIIiIIatI pjl1Uid at the flaal meeting meetingwhich fleetingwhich I Iwblch
which witi wil14 bo JitfUp sId ld PO Voe v 3d 1OJ O A totar of I
11174437 acrj a aczs i of land has neon taken up upunder iiiiiWei > Iunder
under tiiegHW l tile 1e sgrntaU TatE The rertipts r rectiptstte dpts for forAgricultural 1 1lle
lle year yeaffiinctpsi nct 1 and merest rmou tmouut tmouutjo t to
jo o 14 divided amon among the fcJllowln fcJllowlnfun following
fun funAgrlcafttraf fund fundAgr1cnmis
Agricultural college fund prin prinS 17241 0t I IAgricultural IA8Tlcultutl11 IAgricultural
Agricultural oellege o lJe e fund int 2S7S36 2S7S36Deaf 2Z i 3 35 351eaf
Deaf aa4 D DUUb nb asylum at < oJum prin 9S25 J8 f8t 68 6SDeaf 63Deaf j jDeaf
Deaf a awTvDBtttp Wft asylum a y1um int J33 33 m mInsane i6 i6lasses
Insane I nsae asylum lUm nrUi 7 7OPT < < 4j 7 eM eMInAne GfInsane T Tlne
lne InAne n asylum lat 2828 o5 im 6S 6Sinstitution 6SInsUtttlon esInstItition
institution for Blind win 1rln 12 12213 133 133Institution i1 i1Institution I
Institution In titlltlun for or Blind int 2426JO 2426JOMinei 24640l1n 216 40 40Miner
Miner l1n er hoa hospital Pltlilllrin prin 6K SI SIMhiera ot 4dhiera
Mhiera 4iosiluil IYtI tat 1581 fl flNormal iJ iJN tI tIN
Normal N rmal school eol prfn 7U58 u l S5 S5Normal S6Normal S5Normai I
Normal school Int 2241 2U 2UPublk I1 SiO SiOPublic SOPublic
Public buildings bun iu prfn 43 4Jro 0 SS SSPublic 98Pl 93Pb1ic
Pl Public lIe bclkijiiKS b lhii gs tnt 220S VJ VJReform 19Reform tJ1 tJ1Roformsch I
Roformsch Reform school u prin 1SK076 1SK076Heform J3 138O G 76 76Reform 1
Reform school int 2 203 0320 0320Rescrrofijs 20 20Rescrvota I IRecnoms
Rescrrofijs lain 4 46304 1080471 1080471ReswvolM 304 71 71Re 71Reservoltd
ReswvolM Re rvofts tnt 12 1U J4 11 11School 11School 11School
School opin P lri 6852914 6852914SchooL 68529 529 14 14Schoo 14SchooL
SchooL Ml fnct s 1S081 1O 1 52 52School 52Schuolof 59Schoolof
School Schuolof W Mines prin 1126C 3 3School 3i 3iSchool 35School
School of atlnes Jlne8 inU In 2711 71176 71176Unhnrlty 711 76 76University 76University
University prin 11828 w wUniversity 02Utlventty osUniversity
University tnt 3310 ISiOTOUtl Si SiTotal S2Total
Total 52CS77870 52CS77870Land 2GiTI8 70 70LandSeloctions 70Land
Land LandSeloctions Selections During Year YearThe YearThe YearThe
The sseliHrtlous of land during llftl under underthe undertlL5 i
the various fyode Jude arc as follows I Icrcs
Acres AcresAgrkrultaral 4oresAijeuItUrl crcs
Agrkrultaral dolleg doIleeReeervArs oUe e 32S3011 32S3011RfcBervoim 5 11 11Rfil
RfcBervoim Rfil ReeervArsVtnlverstty ervu 3S3 2 2lnsftt 68 68YTnlverstty
YTnlverstty 1466dJ 1466dJInsane 1466 1466Insane
Insane > wsjlwn t tSchool 7 7NormaJ 731W 731Who1
School ho1 4 lI Mtew 7M78 7M78lEa 77S7Deaf
lEa n4 et Thwib Ib lIekcIol sehoolflform tGi tGiRrorm
Rrorm PeI 1 q 435 n 114Nermal nNGrmAl
NormaJ scMol scMolInstitution I 70T03S 70T03S5S1145 7O0 7O0lutitut1on i iO3 iO3lf
Institution lf for I r Blind BlindPublic 5S1145 5S1145V S114iPublic Si14iPublic
Public buildings buildingsMiners uIldingaMInrs V S71265 5i166lltnprsho
Miners lltnprsho hospital hospitalTotal ltal I IToUt1
Total ToUt1JUDGE 11174437 11174437JUDGE 11174437JUDGE
ISpeclal pedal to TheHerald TheHeraldWashfrgloii The Herald HeraldW ileraldWahhgton
Washfrgloii W hhgto l Dec 18 liJudge Judge G W TViBtrtcVot WBartcl1 WBartth
iBtrtcVot Bartcl1 ol t IJfth Ut l reached here today and andi andwIU
i will bo jj us m in inthe the city several days daysi daysSepator daysSepator
i Sepator Smoot today toda introduced a bin bingranting btilfral1tlng billgranting
granting John W V Hally Mapleton an anIncrease anfnereJllJe anIncrease
Yesterdays Record at the Local Of Office Office Offlee ¬
fice of the Weathei Bureau BureauMaximum BureauMllxlmum BureauMaximum
Maximum temperature 44 degrees min minimum minImum mm mmimum ¬
imum temperature temp < > rature 34 degrees degrc maon > tem temperature temperature ternperature ¬
perature 33 degrees which Is 5 degrees degreesabove degreeSab degreesabOve
above ab ve the tl1 normal accumulated deficiency deficiencynf
nf temperature since the first of the themonth themonth themonth
month 1 degree accumulated excess of oftemperature oftemperalure oftemperature
temperature since Jan 1 141 degrees To Total ToW ¬
tal precipitation from 6 p m to C p m mtruce mtruce
truce accumulated a umUlated deficiency of precipi precipitation precipitation ¬
tation since the tJ first of the month 50 50Sncti 60iACti 50hwli
Sncti accumulated a aceWnulated ulted excess of precipitation precipitationsince precipitationsince precipitationsince
since Jf J 1 ii 1 20 inch Inchcae
1 cae caeREAL a aREAL > 5 5RDAL
James R Rawlins of Draper to Jo Josoph JOseph Toiloph
soph A Terry of Draper thnorth th the north ItortJ1haU
half of lots 5 and 6 block 12 Dra Drapet Drapet Drapot
pet wonsite wonafteJobanna f J 650 650Johanna G9Johanna
Johanna R L Nystrom to Jacob Jen Jensen JJIlen JenSan ¬
San 3j Sfc acres a acra < r i In > the northwest northwestcortier northwostorner northwestorher
cortier of5 Of the northwestquarter northwest UJartero UJartero8COUon of ofSection ofSeetion
Section 31 township 2 south of ofI orrange ofrange
I range 1 west w t 2T03 2T03Fraak 2103o 2703Frailk
o Fraak H Felling and Carl J Smith SmithI
I of Butte Henry C Hoffman and andwife andwife andwife
wife of Salt Lake to A C Mc McQuine McQuint McQuine
Quine lots 21 1 and 22 block 1 Co Cofumbte Columbia Coumbia
fumbte subdivision subdh lon of fiveacre plat platA
A 6 6Alma 6Alma 5Alma
Alma Hogensoj l ogelUQD and wife to Bing Bingrl Bingham Bingham
l ham am Copper Gold Mining Co of ofNew oCNow ofNew
New Jersey 1634 lt 34 acres In the thenortheast theUOltheast theuovtheast
northeast corner of the northeast northeastquarter northeastqttnrter northeastquarter
quarter of section 26 township 2 2south 230uth 2south
south of range 1 west 1063 1063Levl Jc JcLevi 1062Levi
Levi Naylor and wife to BIngham BlnghamCopper BInghamCopper BtnghamCopper
Copper Gold Mining Co 732 732acres 73 73ncres 732acres
acres in lotf 1 and 4 and the east easthalf easthalf easthalf
half of the northeast quarter r of ofJ ofsection ofsection
J section 26 township 2 south of ofrange ofrange ofrange
range 1 west westJohn est 232 232Jobn 2Tohn
John R Winder and wife w1 e to John R R1nder Rlnder HWinder
Winder Jr ot aJ L i Part > art of lot lotblok 1 1block 1block
block tiS 8 plat A and other property 1 1John 1John 1John
John R Winder and wife to Gertrude GertrudeM GertrudeiICannon
M iICannon Cannon part art of lot 8 block 31 31tenacre 31tnacre 31tenacre
tenacre plat A and other proper property ¬
ty 1 1John 1Winder 1John
John J rn R iiWi Winder ei and wife wlfe to n Rex RexWinder RexWinder X
Winder pact of lot 9 block 2 30 ten tenacre tencrc teitecre
acre crc plat A and other ther property 1 1John 1John IJohn
John R Winder and andwlfe wife to Edwin EdwinWinder Edwingi EdwinWinder
Winder part of lot 13 block 32 32tenacre 3 3tenacre
tenacre gi pint A 1 1William 1VUUam 1William
William Fcrrcll l rrell to Cyrus Neff part partof partot partof
of lot 12 block 21 t tenacre plat platA
A T TLurens iOO iOOurens 500I4urens
Lurens urens L Archer and wife to Hen Henry HenI ¬
ry I B Elder lots 32 3 and 13 3 block 2 2Archer 2Ar 2Archer
Archer Ar < her Kullocks subdivision subdivisionJoseph i iJoseph 510 510Joeeph
Joseph A Bush to Adele M Bush Bushlots Bush10t8 Bushlot
lots lot 1 and 2 i block 1 South Sou tit Boule Boulevard Boulevard BouleYard ¬
vard addition additionE fi00IJ fi00IJE 5000H
E S Hubbard to Frank KrIder lots lotslineS lotsantt
20 and 21 1 block lA Oakley 08kIC i iMAIL IGO S SMAIL
Chicago Dec 15 l 15Fast Fast mail train No NoII
11 eastbound on the Chicago Bur Burlington BurUatton Burllngton ¬
lington 8 Quiijcy railroad was wrecked wreckedtwo wreckedtwo wreckedtwo
two mllefr west of Bristol Ill Oscar OscarJohnson OscarJo1mBon OscarJohnson
Johnson mIlJkVest greman eman was killed 1t1n d and En Engineer Engineer EnElneer ¬
gineer Jdlin Jdl Cowdrey was probably fa fat a atally
t taU tally H5 inj injured ired The train carried no nopassengers noP6S8ngers nopassengers
1 passengers The mail clerks escaped escapedinjury escapedinJulT escapedinjury
4 4Packing
Packing Houses Cutting Prices Pricesto
to Dispose of Summer SummerStock SummerStockEASTERN Stock StockEASTERN
I IFor
4 4For
> j
For tniiast tntt Dust weok tberehas there has been a atight affght afight
tight on between tvIen SQJP9 Qm qf It ilie tl c packing packinghouuoe packinghOUtICS packinghojtsea
houuoe ov over r the nrlco ilrl e oif ritrCBh of4trh TTfiah storage storageeggs storageMt storaieggs
eggs Most of tli the eggs were packed dur during aurInr durin ¬
ing in the summer months and on account accountof
of defective storage a greet many m n of them themare themare themare
are spoiling Tho jrice has been cut cutthey cuthylae cuttulee
hylae in the last week w k an nn4 yesterday yesterdaythey yesterdaythey
they were selling at fEHS 6J 67acrate a crate whole wholesale wholesale wholeale ¬
sale Some Somcof of the > eggs are found to be bein bein beZn
in Zn good condition condlUonbut but the dealers say
that a great many IIUU of Q f them have to Uc Ucthrown liethrown bethrown
thrown away Eastern H tetnoggs eggs have been beenrained beenraised beenreined
rained again a amn this weak and are now soil selling soilIng soiling ¬
ing from 7SO W to 77B iiI a crate The dealers dealersfiud dealersfind dealersfind
find the eastern stock in good condition conditionand condlUonand conditionand
and claim they the are as good ood as a the Utah Utaheggs Utahtggs Utaheggs
eggs on onthc the themarket market nOw n6w1he nOwThe w I Ilhe
The last ln t shipment of ducky and black blackbuss bhtckbliss blackhess
buss reschoa the tl1eml1rJct market yesterday 1 sterda for forthis forthis or orthis
this season which closed last night The ThesUipments rhcsHipments rheshipments
sHipments were not very large and they theywill theywill
will be closed out in a couple of days The Thotrout Thetrout Thetrout
trout season also closed but the dealers dealerswill dealersw1ll dealerswill
will be able to get a asuppb supply from the theprivate theprhate theprivate
private ponds in Idaho Smoked salmon salmondropped salmondropped salmondropped
dropped yesterday YOt > terday from 12 121 cents to 10 10cents 10cents I Icenls
cents a pound California crabs crn s and lob lobsters lobstore ¬
store were wr > re shipped in yesterday este rday but the theprices theprices theprices t
prices remained unchanged unchangedThe
The vegetable and fruit market was ac active aclive active ¬
tive yesterday and the dealers arc pre preparing preparing preparing
paring for the boliday trade but no noI nochanges nochanges
I changes were were made in the Quotations QuotationsBaef quotationsMeat
Meat MeatBacf MeatBeef
Beef 15c to Sic per per pound f md real prime prime13fcc primel2e f
13fcc 1 to toJJt 30c lc MOtton Sd 8 to to15CPork toi5p 160 Pork 12c 12cto 12cto 12cto
to 20c Dr Dreae wed Inmbvlife lllm Inmb1 b u to 25c lambs lambschops lambschops
chops 15c to 2Sc 2ScSea j I
Fis11 Fis11Sea Fl1iSea
Sea bass lie per pound lO lid Black bass bass3Bc bass35c
3Bc 3 c per jiouhd pouhd Salt SalJ < codfish f1b The per perpound perpound r rpOund
pound Barracuda Kc 1 par > 6 pound Idaho Idahotrout Idahotrout Idahotrout
trout large lstgeaizs < jslz 33 w purr p lot pouoa pousurn4c Sauiiwu SauiiwuIT
IT 1 rn4c c H Halibut UlHit lift Strtaad t1bOd bass bassper Me Meper 40CPer
per pound WhItefish Whlteffsl1Ge 20c ver er pound poundMackinaw poundI poundI poundMackinaw
Mackinaw trout 30o o per pound Soles Solesand Solesand I
I and flounders tkt per per400nd po12nd 1 Catfish CatfishISc atUsh atUsh16c
lie per pound Perch perchJ 15c 1 per pound Salt Saltmackerel Salt111uckereJ Saltmackerel
mackerel lOc l c to 3ac Smelts met8 15 per perpound perpound I IpOuud
pound Utah Vt l1 catfish The per pound poundFresh poundIr poundFresh
Fresh Ir h codfish Jpc 1 c per pound Lobsters LoostersCalifornia LollstersCalifornia LobstersGalifornia
California 17c l e Per pov pod iiil Oysters Sters ex exNew extra cxtra
tra select file per quart nn tile a quart quartNew quartNew
New York counts 76e a a canr can Jfie c a dozen dozenPrawns doz dozenPrawns < > n nProns
Prawns 40c per pound poun Smoked salmon salmonMe salmon2Dc almort51c
Me per pound Bloaters 5c ieIch o ottcb ch Finnan Finnanbaddies Finnanbaddl Finnanbuddies
buddies baddl 5 17V4c 17 per pound Blue points in inshell Inshetl IIIshell
shell 30c per dozen CoHfOruia CoUt uia crabs W 3c 3ceach 3Gceach > c ceach
Poultry PoultryHens PoultryHens PoultryHens
Hens IWo IIN I2c to lie 1 1 dr drP dreestI 13c to 15c 15cper 15cpsi
P per r rper pound Sprint chl ehlckeiis kens dressed l ISe ISepta c cper
per pound ound un Mallards 69c J to t toe He a brace braceTeal bnteefool braceTeal
Teal 30c a brace Turkeys ruke s 3 j4c 4c < c a pound poundDairy poundDairy poundDairy
Dairy Products ProductsButter ProductsButtercrcttmen ProductsButter
Butter Ranch Ranch15e Ranch1k I I15e
Buttercrcttmen creamery 30c ner puund
15e to 20c Oc per pound Eggs 25c to 35c per perdozen perI
I I dozen Cheese Utah cream 15c to 30c 30cper 20cI c cper
I per pound eastern 20c llmborger UmborgerimlOrted 30c 30ccomb 21kimported
imported Swiss IOu brckie brick 2ic Hone Honecomb Honey Honeycomb
comb 16c box strained str lnc41 Sicper 51 per pint pintVegetables pintVegetables pintVegetables
Vegetables VegetablesParsnlns VegetablesParsnps VegetablesParsnips
Parsnips 20c per peek Potatoes new newUtah Df newUtsl > W WUtal
Utah 26c c per p r peck Sweet potatoes potatoes4unds S Spounds 8p
pounds p u ds for 25c c Radishes 2 per bunch bunchCaulinower bunchClluUflower bunchCauliflower
Cauliflower Utah < lie each Vax beans beansIflc beans10e beanslie
lie per pound Turnips 2c a bunch Young Yo ng ngeets
beets eets 2c c per bunch Parsley Par lty 5c per perbunch perbunch perbunch
bunch Carrots 20c per peck pe k Lettuce LettuceUtah LettuceUtah ltuee ltueeUtah
Utah 5c per per bunch California 5c per perbunch perbunch perbunch
bunch Pickling onlqns GOc per peck peckveo peckVC peckvery
very VC scarce Celery 5c c a bunch Peppers Peppersgreen Peppersgreen Peppersgreen
green lOc a pound Yellow squash 5c 5cSummer 5cSummer ScSummer
Summer squash 5c each Hubbard squash squash15c squashiSe
15c 00 each Egg gg g plant 5c each Cabbage Cabbagewhite Cabbagewhile Cabbagewhite
white 3c POT pound red 5c c per oound ooundVegetable l oundVegetable Und UndVegetable
Vegetable murrews 3 for I8p 18 Dills D 11s 5c 5cbunch 5cbunch Scbunch
bunch Pympklns lac lieWtnter Winter watermelone watermelons water watermelons ¬
melons ISo to 35c CwnLftrrretot 2 quarts quartsforiSe quart3forsc quartsfore
fore j h hFruits V
Fruits FruitsBlack FruitsBlack FruitsBlack
Black grapes ISc 1 ½ c par pound 75c a bas basket basItetLemons baaket ¬
ket ItetLemons Lemons 30c to 35c per P r dozen Figs Figs16c FigslSc
16c 1 c per pe package packQ e Navel oranges 40c to toi tofiOe totOe
tOe per dozen Bananas The to hOc per perdozen perdozen
i dozen TTtah watermelons lOc Utah ap appies apples applea
pies SOC c to 40per per peck Pears Utah Utahberries Utah34c UtahThe
The per pound pound We to tOe a peck Cran Cranberl1os Cranberries
berries quarts for Sc c Pineapples Sic 3oceach 3iCeach Siceach
each Quinces roc per peck Cocoa Cocoanyts Cocoanlts Cocoanpts
nyts JOe each CajUornl strawberries strawberriesate
ate > > c a box Tangerine oranges 25c per perdozen perdozen perdozen
Grain GrainBran GrainBran GrainBran
Bran V and shorts 140 W par hundred hundredCorn hundredCorn hundredCorn
Corn l 150 IJ per hundred Oats 160 per perhundred perhundred perhundred
hundred Milling wheat SU0 110 per bushel bushelPeeQ bushelFeea bushelFeed
Feed wheat 1 per bushal Barley feed feedla feedsliS
sliS 1 la 5 i rolled 5150 151 Cornmeal CornmealUQ CornmealUQHay U80 U80Hay 150Bay
Hay and andStr Straw StrawAlfalfa w wAlc V
Alfalfa Alc lfa 12 1 per ton Timothy li per perton perton perton
ton Straw 45c per bale baleFlourl billaFlour baleThur
Flour FlourlHigh FlourlUgh ThurHigh
High patent I2W 290 oM straight IItralgbtgrade grade J270 J270bakers 2 270 270bakers O Obakers
bakers No 1 1 250a 250NARIAGE 250 250BIAHKIAGE fjI fjIb
Flredorick C Anderson Salt Lake 21 21Isabella 2iIsabella 211sabe1a
Isabella Isabella TOrrie T rrle Salt Lake Lsk 24 24Henry 24Henry 24Henry
Henry W Sadler Salt Lake S SAlmeda 39 39AJm 39Almeda >
Almeda AJm Wlnn Leht 25 25BBUTAL 25BRUTAL 5 5C1
Shanghai Dec 15 15J A bluejacket be belonging beJonging belonging ¬
longing to the Russian cruiser Askold Askoldtoday AskoJdtoday Askoldtoday
today brutally murdered a harmless harmlessChinaman harmlessChinaman harmlessChinaman
Chinaman on the Bund here while dis disputing disputing disputing ¬
puting payment for the hire of a jin jinrlctesha jinricksha jinricleiha
rlctesha The murderer xvas wa Vas arrested arrestedafter arrestedaCreI arrestedafter
after a desperate struggle with the po police po1f p0lice ¬
lice 1f V
Cincinnati V Dec 16 16The The Ohio Seat Seatcompanys SeatcompwIs Seatcompanys
companys plant and the Rudolph Sur Surrey Surre Surrey ¬
rey re Anchor tannery were dostroyed by byflre bynre bytire
tire today tod Lcse betWeen 65000 and
2 200000 < x > ooe
p1 A Piano makes an Ideal Christmas ChristmasRift ChristmasIft
I p Rift Ift for it daily reminds the recipient recipientof
of the Judgment and taste of the theteiver thei
4 r giver and adds much beauty beaut to the theHome theYou
Home HomeYou homeYou
You may select the Piano now for forwife tOrlte forI
I wife lte daughter or sweetheart and andPAY andI andrAY andc4
Our stock is new ne and complete com Plcte and andit andit andIt
I it Is a pleasure to show sho it to you youVansaat youtcPt ou ouf
f tcPt Vansant Chamberlain Chamber lain
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nice Manicure Set They are made m d of die finest Hcncklns Hcncklnssteel HC11ck1cssteel lleckessteel
steel Plush Chamois and Silklined leather boxes Some Something Something Something ¬
thing fastidious Chafing Dishes Five OClock 9Clock Teas taid 181
Nickcl Tea Pots You cant miss rnis it itKiNG itKING t tKING V
Newspapers Newapapers8whuUM Swdndled by a aRussian aRussianAdventurer Russian RussianAdventiirer tussianAdventhrer
Adventurer AdventiirerSt Adventhrer AdventhrerSt
St Petersburg PetersburgDec Dec c 15 1MuchdiS 1MuchdiSgust Much Muc0diS Muc0diSgust dis disgust ¬
gust is manifested pver pverthe the manner mannerIn ma manerIn er erIn
In which hlcha a notorious notorlou5Russian Russian adven adventurer advf advtturer 1 1turer ¬
turer has swindled several s svcral v ral newspapers newspapersabroad ncwspaps5abroad neYspaP00Sabroad
abroad by fictitious stories of Russftv RussftvIriving Russfhimvlng Rnssfahaving
having received secref secre Information be before before hefore ¬
fore the North sea se Mcldent The au authorities authorIties anthorities ¬
thorities here are arein In powise owlse responsible responsiblefor
for these thesereports reports mid express pr press ss confi confidence confidence confidence ¬
dence in the testimony t which hlch V will be besubmitted bes besUbmitted
submitted s to the International Ipternational commis commission commls610p coinmisaloft ¬
aloft in Paris ParisThe ParisThe ParisThe
The Russ supports Captain Cladi5 Cladi5demand Cla Clademand C1ademand
demand for or a court martial declaring declaringthat decl declaringthat rlng rlngthat
that as he is i > one oneof of the b principal Rus ¬
I I Isianitnesses
t sianwitnesses sian he should go to toPars toParsc Paris Pariscompletely ParIscompletely
completely c rehabilitated rehabilitatedThe V VVThe
The Gazette declares that if iCJapan iCJapanis Japan Japanis
is successful successful In this war she will col colonize colonize l lonizeMan
onize onizeMan Manchuria hurfQanq and maintains stand standing st standIng n nins ¬
ing army there as a buffer against againstRussia ag againstRussia inst instRussia
Russia and that if she fails she surely enirelywill RUlelYwill surelywilt
will head an uprising in China The Thenatfer Thepaper Thethefore
paper therefore th ref re warns the proJap proJapanese proJapanese proJapanese ¬
anese in the United States and else elsefhere elseh elsebqre
fhere h re who are Ipterested in commerce commercevwith commercev1th commercelvlth
vwith China to tocol1slder consider well the effect effectoY effectoI effectof
oY either alternative alternativeTERRIBLY a1ternaUveTERRIBLY alternativeTER1UBLYMANGLED
Powder Inventor Meets With an aaAccident anAccident anV
V Accident Accidenti AccidentHammond AccidentHammond
i Hammond Ind Dec ID 15Ileno Henry
Mitchell h U an Inventor y as s fearfully fearfullymangled fea fearUllymangled 11 U Umangled
mangled at Reynolds hile i1eeCperl experl experlinentinff exjrImeriting
meriting vvitb viUt Itl aismokBless pf pver 9jVcr wer whl vhlbh vhlbhhe sh1chhe h
he intended to t9 submit forfthe forIJ1t > use 10f 10ftheITnitod of ofI otthe
I the theITnitod United tatBs t ue army Ho vjus vas asgr1nd asgr1ndfng grind grtnoTi grindIng
i ing the powder when a quantity of it itexploded itelploded Itexploded
exploded blowing off his two hands handsa
i a portion of othis his left side and destroy destroying destto desttoing deatfoylag ¬
ing his h5 eyesight eyesightINDUSTRIAL eyelghtINDUSTRIAL eyesightIDUSTRIALDOLLAR
Special to The Herald HeraldCheyenne HerajdChe HeraldCheyenne
Cheyenne Che enne Dec 15 ISAmong Among the com committees oommlttees cornmittees ¬
mittees arranged for at the Industrial IndustrialDoller IndustrialDoUer IndustrIalDoller
Doller dinner of the citizens of Chey Cheyenne Cheyenne hey heyenne ¬
enne at Turner hall Wednesday was
t tone I
one to wIt upon upon the officials CI ofetb ofetbColorado otibE otibEColorn of tb tbColorado
Colorado Colorn o Southern South rn rallgdacj ran Dr aadwet aadwetif 1Ut Pt Ptif
if A a better pasaenger pass n1 r train s srjlee yloe aeJ can cannoJ CIlOi CIlOiDol canno
noJ no ibe be e Jnsusuratedin Inauuraticl in the t e CJnfeyenne CJnfeyenneSKorQtern ChIenneorthern 1 ennt enntNorthern
Northern orthern Titfi same committee comm tiee will willwait willwait ill illwait
wait upon upon the o ofHcials ts of tEif t t Ohicap OhicapNorthwestern hfcngoNort1twestern hkagV
V Northwestern mflcoad In itn tt effort eCfortto efforthab
to IHL > IS a 11 abttur bsttac b ttar service installed be between bftween between ¬
tween Chadron Neb Neband and a d Casper Casperwhich e Casperwhich spr sprwhich
which at present is very uqsatisfai uqsatisfaitory ul1saUsfaetor utsattstactory
tory tor toryV
Berne Switzerland SwttzerlandDec Dec 15 15Thf 15ThfbUnc1srath 15Tbbundsrath Tb Tbbundsrath
bundsrath today to ay elected M Ruchel Ruchelvice RUhetvice Buehotvice
vice president of the federal council councilto co = il ilto
to be president prestd nt V and M I Forrer min minister mhaimer mIaInter ¬
Inter of commerce > industry and A agri agriculture gri griculture i iculture
culture to be vice j president of the con confederation confederation confederation ¬
federation for 1905 Both are radicals
nz = = 1
A Visit to 44 Joyland Joylandthe J With Withthe WithV
VV the Children Childrenf
V o f r rcyJ I Ir V
r Joyland cyJ ndJSin isin is in our basementthe bas mentthe merriest place lace in all the world w rld to Mug bri g the children chitdreJi Months ago agoour agoourbt agoour
our ourbt differ biieI YerVSlted visited Santa Claus Land and there right on the spot with Santa himself hlmselfselected selected every kind of oftoy oftoy oftoy
toy this jolly jollyold old chap had invented for good children childrenand and all children are good ood and lovely to him Such a amagical amagic amagical
magical lot as there is i Only seeing will do V Every child is wanted Come ComefSfjk ComeThese Come1These V
fSfjk JJM These Specialsfor SpecialsforraL Sp Specials cials for forTodaya for1k
1k raL Today Todaya and andBuster d dTomorrow V VV Vtr
V Tomorrow Tomorrowc tr
I V 1J c 0 V S VV VVi
i ti Buster Brown Books worth 65c 65cfor 65cfor50c for for50c for4h
4h 1r 50c 50cQaisy 50cIaisy 1 1 V
J Qaisy Carpet Sweepers worth 25c 25cfor12c 25cfor12c 25ch
for12c for12cWood for12cWood
v vAnagrams I II
h Wood Blocks Blockswith with game gameofLettersa of Letters and andAnagrams d
I JI Anagrams worth 25c for for15c for15cWall 15c 15cWall lScrevolving
Wall Blackboards with revolving revolvingchart revolvingchart revolvingChildrens
chart worth 25c for for15c for15cChildrens 15c 15cChildrens
Childrens Knife Fork and nd Spoon Sets Setsworth Setsworth J V
I worth 50c for25c for25cIron for25cIron V V4i4
4i4 Iron Wagons 17ix8f inches for85c for85cTable forSSeTable I I414q
iI xi Table Croquet Sets S ts worth T5c for for35c for35cfWII 35c 35cSomething 3
414q 414qiI V VToday
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I Toda Today and TomorrowAll Battenberg and Cluny Pieces PiecesI
V OneThird Off Regular Prices V
V Something S protty for thetable th tablellPcl never comes amiss to the homekeeper Give a Cluny or Battenburg piece and rest assured you youhave youhave V Vhave
have done the lt r r right ght ht thing thingt j 1c
t c > j > i All of our ourbcautlful beautiful collection IS is offered iu lIltInsDoylIes in this Doylies Center CenterPieces CenterPiaccs CenterPisces
Pieces Tea Cloths Scarfs and Table Cloths Clot Many of ofthe the pieces pieces piecesV
V 0 13150400 iangeJiOc7c nIgol Ocr75c 700 100 1OO1 1 00 125 1 21 150 50 andso md so on onJ > JOthprs O1hr tJ1 in in gic v ides cistpatt cistpatttcri3 pat p4torus v
tcri3 at between prices prIces up p to 85 each eachToday eachI eachV
I I V Today dY and tomorrow tOlllorrowONETHIRD ONETHIRD OFF THESE PRICES J I V
u u u u
I foday and TomorrowSeparate Skirts at Half HalfPrices HalfI HalfPrices
I Prices and Third Off Prices PricesScores PricesScoresandsc PricesScoreandsc
Scores Scoresandsc and scores res of skirts have been selling th this s week Little Littlewonder LUtJewonder Littlewonder
wonder when such reductions from rightful prices are made Every Everyone EveryI Everyone
I one is a new style of the prcseik preseqj winter and there Is every eve6 style stylethat stleI stylethat
I that has been brought out tq cnQose from Walking skirts and full fulllength fulllengthskJrts fulllength
length lengthskJrts skirts Serges cheviotsworsteds chevlot9 ivorsteds etamines voiles and mis mistrals mistrals ini initrals ¬
trals Black brown gray blue and mixture effects Friday and andSaturday andSaturday andSaturday
2 up to 40 Each Skirts SkirtsDivided Divided Into Two TwoLots TwoLots TwoLots
Lots to Sell at atHalfandOneThird Half andOneThird Off these Prices PricesToday PricesToday PricesToday
Today and Tomorrow Tomorr TomorrOwEntire w Entire Stock of Flannel FlannelShirt FlannelIi FlannelShirt
Shirt WaistsOneThird W aistsOne Third Off Prices PricesBeside PricesBeside PricesBeside
Beside those that belcng especially to the flannel family there thereis therpis thereis
is a goodly sprinkling of brHliajitlne br1llianth albatross nuns veiling and andcashmere andcashmere andcashmere
cashmere shirt waists Most excellent eX 6l1ent variety varf variqtyV t tI
I V 225 up to 1375 Shirt Shirt WaistsOneThird WaistsOneThirdTaken WaistsOneThirdTaken
Taken Off these Prices PricesTwenty Pricest PricesTwenty V
Twenty Womens Coats at atHalf Half Prices PricesWhile PricesWhile PricesVt
While They Last LastCleod Lastof
of V
V Good winter eight coats > made ade threequarter threequarterlength length with 100llebaclc loose loosebacks tooebaclcd
backs mostly mostl black a few colors aol < m3 25 to 80 < < O coots Friday and Sat Saturday Saturday ¬ V Vunlay
urday if they last so long l IOng1250 gl2 1210 O to 30 Half regular r gular prices pricesToday prlceI prlceToday pricesToday
Today and Tomorrow TomorrowWornens Womens Outing Flannel FlannelNight FlannelNight I
Night Gowns for Less Price PriceSome PriceSome V VSome
Some have yokes jvith ith pretty braid and stitchings collarless collarlessstyles coUarlesI collarlessstyles
styles st Ie others with turnover and an ruffle collars all well w iI mad neatly neatlyfinished neatlyI neatlyfinished
I I finished gowns good graae of outing flannel Friday and Saturday SaturdayThe SaturdarThe SaturdayThe ¬
The 1 Gowns for forBOe for60cThe 80c 80cThe J JThe
The 125 Gowns for tor9Se tor9SeThe tor95cThe 95c 95cThe
The 150 Gowns for forLI15 forLI15I forLI15Today foil15Today 115 115Today
Today and TomorrowSilk Tomorrow Silk Petticoats for 5 5Worthr50tolO 5Worth 5V
V Worthr50tolO Worthr50tolOA Worth 750 50 to 10 10V
V A lot qfJust Qf just eventyfive s entfive made m de of good silk and a splandid 5plendictall 5plendictallsortmentoC splandidasortrnent aa aasortment J
sortment sortmentoC of styles ft rtyIesnd lespnd and colors to t choose from Friday Fr da and Satur Saturday Sattirda Sat r rday ¬
day da if I seventylive last so long choice 5 instead of 730 50 to 10 10Heres 10Ueres 10IV
IV IVHeres
Heres Something JVorth VorthWhUeA VorIhW1flleASpecial WhileA Special Sale and andDemonstration andDemonstrationF andDemonstration
Demonstration Fine ne California Dried Fruits FruitsFinest FruitsFInest FruitsFinest
Finest qualities freshly freshl packed direct dlr trrOO1 from California In orig ¬ I IInal
inal packages To T increase the th consumption Qona D1ptIon by b r letting l ttlng more and andmore andmore andmore
more people know of the best and healthiest foods these California Californiadried CalIforniadried Californiadried
dried fruits have been sent us to sell at these remarkably low prices pricesGolden pricosGolden prices6olden
Golden Poppy Brand 10Pound Boxes Net NetWeight NetWeight NetWeight
Weight Large Fancy C Prunes Apricots ApricotsPeaches ApricotsPeaches ApricotsPeaches
Peaches Pears PearsJ5e 75c to JIO 1 10 per Bbx BoxSpecial BbxSpecial BbxV BbxSpecial V V
Special cooking recipes in every box to tell you many new ways waysof warsof waysof
of preparing3 dainty It dishes A choice Christmas present prt presentr > sent sentt
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Today and TomorrowThe Tomorrow The Sale of Womens Shoes Shoesat Shoesat345 Shoesat345
at at345 345 Regular 4 to 6 Kinds KindsThe
The best shoes made are these The makers of them would ould blush blushto blushto
to have h e us us chop off the regular market price thus What else can canbe canbe canV
V be doneithough don thougb when a greatstock stares one in the face and about aboutthree aboutthree aboutthrOe
three months to sell the tb whole whl whlecollectjon collection The lines are all full and andcomplete andcomp1ete andcomplete
complete as to sizes the many man styles of heels lasts and leathers leathersafford leathersafford leathersafford
afford variety for a multitude of buyers Regular J4 4 i and 6 6shoes 6shoes 5shoes
shoes Friday uid Saturday346 Saturday346Knit Saturday Saturday245V 5345 5345Knit
V Knit Garments Under Regular Prices PricesSplendid PricesSplendld PricesSplendid
Splendid lot of boys fleeced cotton shirts and drawers that are arebroken arebroken arebroken
broken somewhat in run of numbers reduced from 35c each to to2ic to2icYomens to76cV 25c 25cWomens
V Womens gray cotton c tton drawers dra wers all 11 sizes instead in tead of of 25c 2 c each c cl1 three threel three1ldS threePairs
l Pairs Birs for fecSOc fecSOcChoice o 60e 60eChoice Oe OeChoice V
Choice lot of womens wool vests broken liqes reduced from 175 15ton 175t
16 ton t 51 i each eachToday eachToday ouchToday
Today and Tomorrow TomorrowWomens Womens 35c 35 < to 50c SOcSilk 50cSilk 50cSilk
Silk Belts12c Belts12cA Belts 1 2c S SV SA
V A sajnple mple lot with wlthmost most every t ey sort of silk belt b lt youve seen eu this thisseason this5eIlOOIi this9ettsi
season 5eIlOOIi Mad of taffeta moire t neau > eau de d soie soi soinearIy nearly all black brgekfew a afew afew
few colored ones nespJalteQ plalteu crushed crush d and stitched with wit different style stylebuckles tylebuckles tyiebuckles
buckles Good values ues at 115c ic up to 50c c each Friday Frlda o and Saturday Saturday12c p p12c V V19c
12c each pachToday eachToday ch chToday
Today and andTomorrowWomens Tomorrow Womens Hand Bags Bags87c Bags87cShould Bags8cShould 87c 87cShould
Should be 125 and 135 135Goodly L35Goodly 135Goodly
Goodly lot lotmado made of all the new different leathers cola coin purse purseand purseand
and fancy silk sll < lining for a two days special instead of 125 L2 and an d dn
n 135 5 choice cholce87c cholce87cTod cliolce87cV 87c 87cToday
V Today Tod y and Tomorrow TornorrowToilet Toilet Soap and Bay Rum RumSpecials RumSpecials RumV
V Specials SpecialsPint
Pint bottles bottJNoC of excellent ce lent quality Bay Rum sold elaswhere el here at 50c 50cand 50cand Socand
and GOc a bottle two days d days35c ys2ic 2ic a bottle bottleEhc bottleC
V Ehc C co9iJOd > g od 4711 White Rose toilet soap So P Lilly LU1 of the Valley VaUe Violet Violetaii4vCa violetaiFLa loiet loieta11
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tomorrow tornor lnori ± ow14f wi4ba 14 a cake cakMens cakeMens cake cakeMens <
Mens Initial Silk Handkerchiefs25c Each EachInstead EachInstead EachInstead
Instead of 35c 35cTh 35ci 35cThe
i Th The neye n nevolamisspre5ent ciamisspre anjiss present nt to give a men All silk handkerchiefs handkerchiefswith handk tWte tWtewith
with halftinch hemstltohed border and andhrlttal Initial Sell regularlyat fegul rogulazl rl ataSfic ataSfice at9ceach 3ic 3iceach
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