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N JUtUfi 1fij SALT LAKE HERALD RALDWEDESDi4Y TTOD ESDAY SDAY JAN 25 1905 19O 3
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SEfeNOfftERS SE SEVEN ENO 4 PHERS HERSPRESENTED HERSPRESENTEDSTA PRESENTED PRESENTEDSTATE
STATE STA E LAND COMMISSION AF AFFECTEff AFFE
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Representative Harry tt + 3r St S Joseph of ofBait o oSalt oZEaIt
Bait Lake Introduced abill concerning conccrnln conccrnlnimlnlng coneorninn1nIng
mining tunnels in the house hou e yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayafternoon
afternoon which If made law will al allow alJO ¬
low JO owners of claims clajxns to drive drh tunnels
through tbroughany any patented claim In order to tosain
sain iIn In access to His own property pro provided proJdedan
vided Jdedan any ore intersected be not dis ¬
turbed turbedThe turbedThe
The bill house bill No 63 6 is as f fol folow ol ¬
io ow wa waBe
owBe
Be It enacted by the legislature of the
state cf f Ltah
Section 1 Any An person or company who
has as or may hereafter have a tunnel or orcrosscut orcr05s
crosscut cr05s ut tho themouth mouth of which Is located
upon Mi hl own ground or upon cround in
his 118 lawful occupation shall have the theright theright
right to drive and continue the same
through and across any an located or pat patented putcnted patexited ¬
exited claim in front of the mouth of ofsuch ofsuch ofsuch
such tunnel but not to follow or drive driveupon driveupon driveupon
upon any vein belonging to the owner Of Ofsuch ofsuch t tliuch
such claim claimSection chumSection claimSection
Section 2 Each tunnel or crosscut crosscutmay crOSBcutmuy crosscutmay
may be driven and worked for the pur purpose purpose purPose ¬
pose of drainage draln e and for the purpose of ofreaching otreaching ofreaching
reaching and working mining ground of ofthe otthe
the tunnel owner beyond the Intersected Intersectedclaim Intersectedclaim intersectedclaim
claim The owner or owners of any vein veinor veinor
or any claim or claims so intersected or r
his duly authorized > d agent shall have the theright therIght theright
right to enter such tunneL upon applica application appllca1lon ¬
tion to the owner or owners oWllors or persons
in charge of said tunnel without re resorting resorting ¬
sorting to any process of law for tho thoJ
purpose of o making a a survey and Inspect Inspectng j
J Psoh
tug ng such vein c or net veins ss as gane may be crossed crossedwithin J Jwithin
within the boundary lines of such inter intersected Intersected Interaected ¬
sected claim Ch U1 and if i the owner or own owncrs wn wnrs
ers rs of such tunnel shall by bulkhead bulkheading bulkheadlng bulkheadjag
jag damming back or in any manner mannerprevent mannerpre
prevent pre Ot the inspection or survey herein hereinprovided hereinproded
provided for or If I such owner or own owners ownc owners ¬
ers c shall In any manner inannerp p evejit the natu natural natural naturat ¬
ral drainage Ofj of o waterfrom sufih su h inter intersected Intorected Interaected ¬
sected chrim without the consont of the theowner theownpr theown1
owner or owners < thereof it shall work worka
a forfeitureofail Corf forfituro Ituro < dfa11 f aU rightsgranted under underBf cr crctlon
Bf ctlon tion 1 of this act actSection acLScetlon actSeCtiOn
Section 3 If any ore the property of
tlu owner of tho claim intersected or orcrossed orcrossed orcrossed
crossed bo extracted in driving such tun tunn tan3tI
n 3tI l it shall bo the property of the own owner owner ownor ¬
er of the vein from which it was taken takenand takensind takennnd
and the owner of the tunnel shall be liable
for all actual damages y r Injury done doneto doneto donejj
jj to the owner of the claim crossed by his histunnel histunn htrtunnel
tunnel tunnelSection tunn tunnelStion > l lS
Section S ctlon 4 In all actions betweon tho thotunnel thotunnel thetunnel
tunnel owner or others Involving the right righttn rl righitn Qt Qttf
tn anj afl vein discovered in such tunnel the theIvirden thel thtbirden
Ivirden l lrdcn of proving pron that the vein so die discovered dlsyercGls diecvereG ¬
covered < yercGls Is not the property of o the ad advorso adrse adI
vorso rse claimantIn in such action shall be on onthe onth orthc I
the th tunnel owner ownerThis ownerThis OwnerThis
This act shall take effect upon ap approval appro approval ¬
proval provalThe pro provalThe dl dlThe
The bill was referred to the mining miningCommittee miningmmlUee
Committee CommitteeAffects ainmitteeAffects mmlUee mmlUeeAff
Affects Aff cts Land Commission CommissionRoberts Com CommissionRoberts ission issionRoberts
Roberts of Cache introduced a bill In Inthe inIthp Iathe
the house yesterday which purposes purposeschanging purposeshanglng purposemhanging
changing chapter 35 session Jaws 1901 1901relating 1901I 1901reiating
relating I to the powers and duties of the thestate the6tate i istate
state board of laud commissioners The TheIntent Theintent Th m
Intent of the measure is to have the theboard thelJoard m mm
board consist of three members chosen chosenby choserby thEI 1 1by I
by the governor instead of five mem members membrs ¬
bAre Including the governor ovcrnOl as mealL at atpresent atrresent atrresent L
rresent Roberts would w ufd fix the com compensation compensation cornpensation ¬
pensation of th the secretary secre ar of the board boardt I Itit
tit t 2400 per annum instead of 1SOO 1SOOand 1800and 1S0 1S0and
and would greatly increase his duties dutiesmaking dutiesnmklng dutiesmakIng
making him the custodian of state statemoneys statemnm statEmoneys
moneys mnm s and mortgages and nd notes of ofevery ofvpry 01 01every
every description de rlptlon The Th secretary would wouldho wouldb woultbe
ho b bonded for f r 200000 200000Kach 200000Fach 200000Each
Each member mcmberVould would receive 100Q per pernnnum perannum pmniinum
nnnum instead of 1200 as atpresent atpresentand t pr preseni preseniand serit seritand
and would bebonded fOr rJOZOOO rJOZOOONlJ 10JOOp 3he 3hebill
bill wnsirefeocpd was refeluCd iothpqpinmittcct tothm 0 th CQromittcci bir birpublic onpublic 01 01Dubiic
public lands landsOther landsOther landsOther
Other Bills Presented PresentedOther PresentedOther PresentedOther
Other bills were wereHouse wereH
House H m use e bill No SO fiDAusLln Austin An n act actcreating a ad adEreating 1 1rEating I
creating a state board of park com commissioners oomnthsionfrB ¬
cornt
missioners providing the manner ol oltheir ofthfir o otheir t
their appointment fixing their compen compensation compensation compensation ¬
sation prescribing their powers and andduties anddutle am I Idutie
duties making an annual appropria appropriation ¬
lion and fixing penalties for violations violationsof violatlonof lolatIonsot
of this act Public lands landsHouse landHOU5 landsI1ouse
House bill No 60 60Kuchler Kuchler An act actproviding actproviding ac
providing for the establishment of ofcentral a acentral aentral m
central experiment farm under the thedirectipn thedlreCUpn thidireetipn
directipn of the Agricultural college collegeexperiment collegexperlment collegiexperiment
experiment station of Utah Agricul Agriculture Agrlculture Agricultare ¬
ture and horticulture horticultureHouse horticultureHouse
House bill No 61 61Carrbl Carrblf An act actamending acttmendlng ac acamending t
amending section SOO chapter 2 title titleIS tltliis
IS of the revised statutes 1898relat 1898relating 18U8rrelating ¬
ing to elections Registration only onl at atoffice atI a aoffice t
office Registration days Elections ElectionsHouse ElectionsHouse ElectionsHouse
I
House bill No 64 6Dally Daily An act actto actto ac t tto t
to amend chapter 5 laws of Utah re relating relating ¬
lating to the election of school trustees trusteesnnd trusteesllnd trusteeand reS s
and terms of office Oath and bond bondEducation bondlducation 1 1Education L
Education EducationHouse lducationHouse EducationHouse
House bill No 65 65lIcCrea McCrea An act actconcerning actconcerliing ac t tconcerning
concerning garnishment and providing providingthat providingthat providInthat
that the plaintiff must pay court fees feesof fecsof fee feeof
of the garnishee defendant def ndan before beforeanswer beCoreanswer beforanswer
answer can be required In garnishment garnishmentproceedings garnIshmentproceeding garnishmenproceedings
proceedings Judiciary JudiciaryHouse JudldurJHot1
House Hot1 e bill No 66 66Richards Richards An Ant AnIt Ai AiaIt 11 j
It t > t relating to contracts for printing of ofpublic ofI o f fpublic
I public ubl1c work Public printing printingNew printingNew
5 New Registration Regist ation Provision ProvisionCarrolls ProvisionCarrons Provisionarroi1s
Carrolls bill In reference to registra registration tegistratto11 ¬
tion days ays contains this addition to the thepresent therr th
present rr elit law Provided that it shall shallnot shanIot shal shalmot thII II 1
not Iot be unlawful for the registry agents agentsto Sto s
to receive and register the names of ofpersons of15On o f
fa
persons > 15On Toutside of his office between betweenThe botwecnthe botweethe n
The hours of 9 p m and S a m on the theUays theaJs th e edays
days aJs prescribed by y law lawThis lawfhls lawThis
This provision will enable those tho e who whcare whoarf vli 0
are confined to their homes by Bickl BicklIIPSS sick sickres Ick IcklS 0t t
IIPSS lS or r who are arc otherwise unable to toregister torfgi t 0 0ygister 3
register rfgi ter at the regular place and hours hoursan hoursan 5 5mill i
an opportunity to vote provided rowided the theregistry thengistry Ui C Cregistry 3
registry agent fr IP P willing willingBonds wiUlngBonds willingBonds
Bonds for Trustees TrusteesDailys TrusteesDalJ TrusteesDailys
Dailys DalJ s bill provides that thn the bonds bondsof bondsor 3 Sof
of school hool trustees shall be fixed as follows fol follows ¬
lows For the treasurer of thes the sehool sehooldistrict sQhocI < jhoo jhoodistrictan 1 1
districtan district rc amount equal to the total totalficome totalfcome totslcomeot 1
ficome lcomeot of r the district for the preceding precedingcar precedingcar precedinlar y
> car ar and for each of the other trus trustees truspes truetes ¬
tees pes 25 per cent of suchamount such amount The Thetond ThelJond Th e eond e
tond ond must be given annually annuallyAustins annuallyAustln annuallyAustlms
Austins s bill relating to the estab establishment estabn ¬
n lishment hment 8f f a park committee provides providesfor provIdesfor provideior s
for the fiiinual appropriation n of f 2500 2500frr 2500fcr 250 0r 0
frr r maintenance of 0 jMirks jMirksRepresentative I xtrksRepresentative > Ilrks IlrksRepresentatIve
Representative Richards R introduced IntroducedJ 3 a
31 J him if = bill relating to the publication of oflaws ofJaws o olaws Sf f
laws proceedings reports and legal legalj l al alf LI 1
j 14 f tires ti < cs and nd advertisements ndvertlsemt > nts at the re reocfst re1tst
ocfst < ust of 0 > the Utah Frees Fre s association associationvhich associationhleh associatiorukh ret t i
vhich hleh desires that county newspapers newspapersCONSUMPTION new p pers persCONSUMPTION S SCONSUMPTiON
i
CONSUMPTION CONSUMPTIONHope CONSUMPTIONHope CONSUMPTiONHope
1
Hope fresh air rest and andScotts andScotts andScotts
Scotts Emulsion Emulsiont Emulsionare t are the thegreatest thegreat thegreatest
greatest great t remedies for con consumption consumpti consumption ¬
sumption sumpti n Scotts ScottsEniulsiQn ScottsEniulsiQnwill Emulsion Emulsiojiwill Emulsionwill
will always bring bpngcomfort comfort and andrelief nd ndrelief
P relief often oft n cure c ciii re Scotts ScottsEmulsion ScottsEmu1sion ScottsEmulsibnA
Emulsion does jf for the con consumptive consu consumptive ¬
sumptive su ptive what medicine alone alonecannot alonecannot alonecannot
cannot do Its the nourish nourishment nourishment nourishment ¬
ment in it that takes takest takesthe t the th pa patient patient patient ¬
tient in in long strides tri t toward towardhealth tewardhealth fd
1 1heal
health healthJCOTT heal tho r T3
wetucAAyoqa mP4 fr L t
tt I < 1rrr m > 1 j jacorr
JCOTT 3 TrBOWNE4oPeariStrcet St BOWNE BOW E 409 Pearl Street New NcwotI York Yt > > J m
h shall shonbe be given gi en their their shareof share of county countyadvertising countyadvertising
advertising advertisingIts a dvertisingIts
Its object is to require the purchase purchaseof
of o f supplies at home and to remove the themaximum themaxImum theaximum
maximum m rate of all 1f U legal f g I advertising advertisingto
to t > be done in the state substituting for forthis forthis forhis
this t tT his a a reasonable maximum rate rateThis ratcThis ratehis
This T ts his ureas reasonable Jable rate it Ig i provided providedshall proYldedshall provIdedhall
shall s be letter lo var than that of surround surroundIng surroundIng
L
if Ing i ng states The measure also provides providesfor providesfor providesor
for f or the printing of session laws of the thelegislature theIf theeglsature
Ic legislature If I > and the proceedings of ofcounty orcounty ofounty
It c county c commissions by the state and andcounty andtunt andeunty
county tunt t these reports to be furnished to tonewspapers toJlwspapers toewspapers
newspapers n desiring them themBills themBUls
Bills were favorably reported by the thecommittee theommUtQe theommittee
committee c on judiciary as follows H HI HI HNo
I p No 44 by Kinney relating to forg forging forging ¬
ing j ug and counterfeiting H B No 45 45t 45Kinney
1o t > Kinney relating to undertakings undertakingson
on o n appeal aI > Deal from justices 8 court courtFor courtFor courtFor
For Full Weight Butter ButterRepresentative Buttet ButterJtopresontativc
t
Representative Hone HoneotUtah of Utah intends intendst
to t o get after buttermakers who turn turnout
out o ut shortweight pounds HcivillMn He wilr wfflMn In Introduce
troduce t a bill this session providing
that t the proprietor of any creamery creamerYwho
who a ho puts oufc ou sixteen ounce packages packagesor
of o f butter that go a couple of ounces ouncesshort
short s shall hallbe be guilty of a misdemeanor misdemeanorand
and a nd punishable as such Mr Hones HonesproposedbllI
proposed proposedbllI P bill is significant In view iew of ofthe
the t he fact that he himself Is the pro proprietor
prietor p rietor of a a large creamery at Benja Benjamin Benjaun
min f un A full weight measure of this thistind
kind I the Utah representative believes believeswnuld believeswuld believesould
wnuld w ould act for the interests of consumer consumeri consumerand
i and a nd retailer alike alIkeTHIRTEEN
THIRTEEN MINUTES IN SENATE SENATEOne
One One Resolution Resolutrolt Introduced and Com Communlcatlon Com Communication
munlcatlon Read ReadA
A session Bess Ion of thirteen minutes was was waspronounced
pronounced p t4 4 worth by the senate yes yesterday
terday t Only one measure was intro introucod
ducccl ucod senate concurrent resolution No
2 by Senator Lewis calling upon the theattorney
attorney a general gen ral for opinions as a to the thestates
states s liability Uabnit on fraudulent bounty bountyclaIms
claims c and as a to the proper procedure proceduretoreaover procedureo
to toreaover t o recover fraudulent payments made madesince madesince
s since June 30 1D01 1901Governor
Governor Cutler advised the senate senatethat
that t the statement in his annual mes message
sage s age to t the effect that theshortage the shortage of
10000 in the fund of the St Louis com commissIon
mission was en n authorized deficit yas wasan was wasan
an error as the th shortage was not au authorlzed
thorized thorizedThe thorlzedThe t
The senate adjourned at 217 oclock oclockto
to meet at 2 p m today todayImmediately tOdayImmediate
Immediately Immediate after adjournment sev sevoral several ccvcral
oral committee meetings were held heldLegislative
Legislative Notes NotesTwo NotesTno NotesTwo
Two meetings 1n eUngscof of the special committee committeeto < ommltt ommlttto
to investigate expenditures cx enditures of the St StLouis StLouis
Louis commission were held yesterday
The legislative halls hal1 were thick with vlthrumors withrumors Uh Uhrumors
rumors regarding discoveries made by
the committee but members of the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee averred nothing startling
had been found Vouchers and detailed detailedstatements detailedsttements
statements they said have not yet yetbeen yetbeen et etbeen
been placed in the hands of the commit committee committee ¬
tee but are promised pr mlsed for today The Thecommittee Thecommittee
committee will m meet at 1 oclock oclockThe oclockThe
The senate committee on agriculture agricultureand agricultureand
and irrigation meets today at 1030 1030A 1030A
A large number of the members of ofthe
the legislature paid a visit to the unl unlvrsity university
vcrsity In a body yesterday J Special Specialinterest SpecialIntorest
interest was taken in the arts depart department departmpnt departmnent ¬
ment and in the library Another visit vls1twlll visitEIil
will be made today when other otherbranches ntht > r rbranches
branches of the school will be gone gonethrough
through and the students will be ad addrcssed addressed
dressed by members of the legislature
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1 STATE NEWS 1 1DEATH
DEATH OF MRS M S MERCyDENNIS MERCyDENNISTJ MERC DENNIS DENNISc DENNISEstimable
c > I
7 TJ
Estimable Estima le Woman om ri Passes Away AwayAfter AwayAft AwayAftcr
After Aft r Severe1 Sev Severc rc Illness IllnessProvo lIIncssProvo IllnessProvo
Provo Jah J h 24 iiirs Mrs Mercy Dennis Denniswife Dennisle Denniswife
wife le of Jqhn JQi 1 E F Dennisof Den is of Marysvaje died diedlast diedlast dieilast
last evejilnif In this < city at thehome thehomeof thc home homeof m mof
of her parents n irents Mr and Mrs William L
J Harris after about two weeks eekS severe b ere
Illness JllnCl s resulting from childbirth Mrs
Dennis D nnls was born in this city thirtyone thirtyoneyears thirtyonecars Mrsm m
years cars ago and had many relatives and anc I
friends in the state tat4 who will be grieved grievedto grieveclearn ancI I
to learn of her death d ath and whose sym sympathies 8mpat symnpathies ¬
pathies pat hies will wlllbflextended be extended to her husband husbandand husbandand I Iand
and her parents The time of the fu funeral funeral Luneral ¬
neral has husnot not yet been bc nnxei nnxeiPANGUITCH fixed fixedPANGUITCH fixedPANGUITCHNEWS
PANGUITCH PANGUITCHNEWS NEWS NOTES NOTESPanguJtchJan NOTESPangultch NOTESPanguitch
PanguJtchJan Pangultch Jan 22 22Our Our winter wl1t a is half halfgone halfgone hal r rgone
gone and andri riot t even enough spow mpowhmu has hasfallen basfnllen C Cfallen
fallen to retard the United States malls mallsNone mailsNone
None of them have as yet et come com in be behind behind behind ¬
hind time during the entire winter Only Onl Onltwo
two Inches of snow is on the ground groundnow grourn grournand
now and the season is about z DUSt > ast whenthe whemthe when
the snow that falls is mos most beneficial for forIrrigation forIrrIgation loi loiIrrigation
Irrigation purposes The farmer begins beginst
to feel a littcbluo little blue anddrcad and dread his position positionnext positionnext positioinext
next summer summerWAS summerWAS summerWAS
WAS WESTERN PIONEER PIONEERHiram PIONEERHiram
Hiram Pomeroy Who Died inAmer inAmerican inAmerican inArnerican
ican Fork ForkAmerican ForkAmerican t tAme
American Ame lean Fork Jan 31 31Hlram Hiram 1omcroy EJom EJomeroy om omero
eroy ero who died here Sunday morning was wasa wa 15 15m 5 Sitt
m a member of the Masonic order bolong
ing to Montrose lodge No 92 Ho was wasat w s sat Sat
at one time mayor of Montrose Colo ColoKnd Cob Coband
and was a highly respected rcsp cted citizen Mr 1IrPomeroy I
Pomeroy was a pioneer of that part art Mrf of ofColorado o oColorado f
Colorado and took a very prominent part partin t tin
in maintaining order in the thpn th n wild and andMjRgonftj andlawJe8 an
lawless western frontier Members of the thelJtsonrc tb tbMasonfc i
MjRgonftj order will take charge of the thefuneral tilefunerol tli e Cfuneral
funeral and bury the remains according accordingto aecordin R 3
to their ritual ritualThe ritualTh ritualThe
The Th band of gypsies who fleeced lccce the theold th thold
old lady at Pleasant Grove out of o 10 10wertt 1 1yesterday
yesterday went through hero this morn mornnS
Ing Ing nS headed h ed north northi
i 1 I PROVO NEWS NOTES NOTESProvo NOTESProvo
Provo Jan 31 MJudgc Judge M 1 M Kellogjr Ie1iogwprominent a aprominent i
prominent Grand Army Arm man Is suffer suffcring sufferIng suffering
ing from a a serious attack of acute nerv nervoi
ous oi trouble believed to have been caused causedb cause
br b 1 lit grippe Hopes are entertained for forhis fo fohis r
his recoverybut recover recovery but his conditionis QondltlonIsconsld QondltlonIsconsldered condition Is consid considered considered ¬
ered very critical criticalRev criticalTIe criticalItev
Rev TIe S H Goodwin editor of the thePharos tim timPharos °
Pharos the Proctor academy school pa paper paper paper ¬
per Is contributing aserfes a serIes of descrlp I
lions of the birds of Utah The last is IslUf
sue > contains an Interesting article on the thewestern th 8
western meadowlark < Sturnella Magna MagnaKeglecta 1lagnaeglecta MagnNeglecta 14 1
Keglecta Keglectaa eglecta eglectaA
A marriage license has been Issued l sued to toArthur t 0Arthur 0
Arthur Newell aged 21 t and Ella A Mil Millett llUlett Muiett
lett aged 17 both of Provo Bench BenchV
W V H Hendrlckson Hf > et al of Salt I LaJe LaJeClt LakCity ake akeCity a
City Clt have located sixtyfour petroleum petrole petroleumclaims m mclaims
claims iu Spanish Fork canyon canyonMrAbec canoont canyonMcAbee
MrAbec t < Abe < lry have sold ld their pool hall hallbusiness hallbu hailbusiness
business bu in s on Academy avenue to Justin JustinIvlo Justin1vl6 Justinlyle
lyle of ML Pleasant PleasantV
W V B Searle has returned frem a visit visitto vigitto visitto
to Tonooah arid Goldfield Goldfleldandcorrobo Goldfleldandcorroborates and andcorrobo andcorroborates corrobo corroborates
rates all thathas been said and nd written wrIttenI
of these firrestmlnlne 1re lmllnl districts districtsDeputy dietrictsDeputy 18ttlctsDeputy
Deputy ShPrtff Beckstead UC rBIJIham rBIJIhamJunction t JBlnghzrm JBlnghzrmwho BlnghmtrnJunction
Junction Is hear lert In quest o ot 14cm m bur burlars burg burgJars
lars who 110 oprated operat there Sundayojlsht SundayojlshtEllas Sund Sunday1migbtEiiaa Yinhht YinhhtElias
Elias Jon Jones 1ono the 12yearold 1 ycaro Jliorr son of 9t 9f John JohnL J
L ij Jones ofSpinlsb or fiP1lsh Fork J ork was operated fpcratcdOn J Jvere
On for upcnpcjtls at the ProvO General Generalhospital teneralhospital
hospital toda today The case imw fiR very g gere so sovere
vere ere one but hopes i ithe are entertained of ofthe ofthe
the patients recovery recoveryWilliam recoleo recoleoWll1lam recoveryWilliam
William M 1 1Yllsonim Wilsonrfn9Leon VllsonanoLeon < iLeon Bachman Bachmanof
of this thi city have bought the Lyceum the theatre tbeatre theatre ¬
atre from Raymond ShIblev and will willtil willafsumc willassume
assume managorlal managorialreepoflstbtiIties r rE > sponstbulues under underth underthti
til thti firm name of Wilson Bachman jsacnmanJh BachmunThe
Jh The 7 Lyceum has proved flfo i a very ery popular popularmcnt popularplace
place > Inco or amusement Idnc Its establish establishment uitxbiislimont t
mont a few months ago and the 1h ability abilityand abilityand abilityand
and popularity of the 1OW new managers Is Ismaintain Iq Iqa isa
a guarantee that thelllfepluyhousc the lit re playhouse willI will willmaintain
maintain Its favor with the public publicThe publicIhe publicThe
The Independent Telephone TeJ phonc company comjianyhas oomjlanhaR companyhas
has applied to the theclt city council for a afranchise arranal11so afranchise
franchise in thisclty thl this clt city The Th matterhas matterhasbeen matter has hasbeon hasbeen
been referred to tho committee on raJJ raJJroads r rajiroads U Uroads
roads and anc telegraph lines with the mayor mayoradded mayoradded mamoradded
added
PENSION REN 10N BILLS BILLSSpecial BILLSSp BILLSSpciai
Special Sp clal ifo o The Herald Hordl HordlYnlllainton IlormbWa s sWartilnBton
WartilnBton Wa liipgton Jan 34TSenator Smoot i iduy tp
day du introduced fntrodU < < id a bill to scnatorsmoomlt scnatorsmoomltdu ptinsUm ptnal n Thor ThorDuro Th Thonjs ThonjsDun S SDUJV
Dun pf f comnany B Mormon battall battaliOn battaliOntit 11 11t
2 tit > f lIl ZuQKtoon qan war fame at 80 I a mouth mouth4aiftdr
4aiftdr r lJubQ nbois 5 Introduced bills to IOn ponirvane IOn1nc P ° fl
MdW irvane 4neMcMahwr 1nc McMahoir iirid nd John JohnRobJlls Robinson n neach
each lit t sa
BILLS i TO CHANGE CHANGEGLTYCOUNCiL CHANGEhCITYCCUNGIL
hCITYCCUNGIL GLTYCOUNCiL GLTYCOUNCiLOne CITY COUNCrL COUNCrLOne < 1
One O ne limiting iiiniti Membership to P Five FiveMayB PlycNay ve veMay
May MayB Be Opposed OpposedOTHER OpposedOTffElf OpposedThER
OTHER O MEETS WITH WITH FAVOR FAVORELECTIVE FA FAELECTIVEOFFICERS FAVORLECTIVE
ELECTIVE ELECTIVEOFFICERS E OFFICERS TO TOPOINT AP j jP
POINT POLNTSUBORD1NATES POLNTSUBORD1NATESTwo P NTsu SUBORDINATES SUBORDINATESTwo oRDINATES 1 1Two i
Two bills have h v been b en prepared prep red1y by As Asshtant Ashtant Asshtant
shtant s City Attqriiey Atto ney W H J Bramel Bramelamending Bramelrnendjng 1 1amend
p amending amend m ng laws law applicable app1fca le to Salt Lake LakeCit7
C C City ity and they willbe wJU vll be submitted to the thelegislature theIcglslature
1 legislature k < for fo passage p SS1 ge aLan early date dateBoth dateBoth
JE Both B oth these bills Mr Ir Bramel explains explainswere explainswere explainsere
v were ere prepared by request It is ex exptcted expccted cxccted
p ptcted ccted that one oneol of them thenilviil will meet with withconsiderable withonsiderable vlthconsiderable
c considerable opposition from at least leastten leastten
ti ten t en of the gentlemen now now holding seats sealsin seatsIn
Ii in the municipal assembly It provides providesfor providesfor providesor
fi for f or a city council composed of only five fiveirembers t1emembers
n members m mI one from each ward wardText
V V I
Text ofProposed Act ActHere ActHere
Here are the provisions of this bill billt
t 182 Government GoernmentThe The municipal municipalgovernment municipalgClernment
government g gh c of all incorporated cities is ishereby ishfreby
gc hereby h ereby vested In a mayor and a city citycouncil cItycoundt cityouncil
council c In cities of the first class and andin andh
J
Ic in h I n cities of the second class classth the city citycouncil citycGuncU
council c shall consist of five council councilmen counclImen councilen
men m en one from each ward and in cities citiesof citiesof citiesf
of o f the third class of five councilmen councilmenchosenat councilmenchosen
chosenat chosen c < at large by the qualified electors electorsf
c cf f the city cl r In cities of the first class classthe classthe classhe
t the he salaries of the councilmen shall be befifteen befi
f fifteen fi teen hundred dollars each per annum annumand annumand annumnd
E and a nd in cities of the second class the thesalaries thesalarJes thealaries
s salaries of such councilmen shall be betwelve betwelve
t twelve hundred dollars each per an annum annum anunt ¬
r num a unt and in cities cltlesbf of the third class classthe elasSthe classhe
tfi t the he salaries of the councilmen shall be befixed be1hed bexed
f fixed fi xed by b ordinance ordinanceWhile ordinanceWlll ordinanceWhile
While Wlll e this bill if enacted by the t e leg le leIsature legsature < ¬
i islature > will III give eachof the flve mem members membels ¬
l bers h ers of the council coun lI a salary of 1500 1500a 1500year L500year
J a year it is riot considered likely that thatten thatttn thaten
ten t en or the fifteen flft en who now nc > > v constitute constitutethe constitutet1e
r the he lawmaking body of the city will willwant willwant willant
J want w ant to retire to private life As all aIlo aIlothe of ofthe ofthe
l the members would have to get out of ofoffice ototlice offlbe
office o flbe therevvouldihave to 1obea be a special specialejection steciale seclaliedtion
ejection e tljnatl atwhich hich The t1 five to t serve servewould servewould serveould
would w ould be chosen by the duly qualified qualifiedvoters qualltledoters qualifiedoters
oters v of Salt Lake City and this thiswould thiswould thiswould
would necessitate going through an another another anther ¬
c other o campaign Immediately Imn edlately after the thepassage thepassage theassage
op
ot passage p of the act and Its approval by bythe
the t he governor Should all the present presentKembers prE5entIetnbers presentembers
embers i enter the race ten of them themwould themwould themwould
would get left at the post And then thenagain thenagain thengain
again a new men might be sprung or orspring orsrlng orpring
s spring s themselves and these might mightwalk mightwalk mightwalk
walk away a way with the plums plumsCouncilmen plumsCouncilmen plumsCouncilmen
Councilmen May Approve Bill BillThe BillThe BillThe
The other bill is said to be more moreIkely moreHlcely moretkely
Ikely l to meet with councilmapic councnm pic ap approval approval aproval ¬
proval p roval for it does not affect their ten tenure tenure tenure ¬
ure of office although it it aims to en enlarge enlarge enarge ¬
large b arge the powers of the mayor in the thenatter thermtter theatter
natter r atter of making appointments Its Itsprovisions ItSpovlslons Itsrovisions
provisions p are areSection areSectlon I ISection
Section 1 IThat That section 214 of the therevised ther timeevised
revised r vised statutes of Utah 1S98 as asamended asamended asmended
t amended a by chapter 81 of the laws of ofUtah ofUtnh ofUtah
1 Utah of 1809 be and the same Is here heres
ty 1 s amended to read as follows follows214The follows214The
214 214The The mayor may ma appoint all ap appointive appointIve appointive ¬
j pointive officers and agents that may mayo
te 1 t o provided proid > d for by law or ordinance ordinanceand ordinanceand ordinancend
j and a nd in like manner fill all vacancies vacanciesamong laea vacancIesamong 1cles 1clesamong
i among the same except as as otherwise otherwiseprovided otherwiseprovided
i provided p by law provided that elective electiveofficers electiveofficers
pm officers shall have 1a the sole right to toH
m 31 point all their deputies and assist assistants assist311tS assistants ¬
ants r rCANT
I ICANT
CAN CANT > T AGREE ON BILL BILLWeber BILLW BILLWber
Weber W be Fruit Growers Not Sure What Whatj
j i They TheyWant TheyWantO TheyWantSpecial Want WantSpecial
Special la to The c Herald Ictald
Ogden O en Jan 24 24The 4 Tho T Tc fruit c laJr growers rs of ol L I
Weber county have not yet ct formulated formulateda
a a law to take the placo 1 > lllca of the present I
horticultural law A couple of meetings I
have been held at which there was con consldera eonsIdernle I IsJdera
sldera sIdernle le diversity dlleralt of opinion and a pro proposed proposed ¬ I Iposoo
posed law reported r by a committee ap ¬
pointed at a former meetlnc m < eUnt of fruit fruitgrowers fruitgrOwers fruilgrowers
growers was rejected at < the he last meet ¬
inn In The majority of the fruit growers growerswho growerswho growermwho
who have attended the meetings have haveexpressed haveexpressed havEexpressed
expressed a good ood deal of opposition to t
the continuance of the present state board boardof boardof boarof
of horticulture and they would wouldhavc have the th
horticultural Interests of the state stat > placed placedunder placedunder phacetunder
under the > direction of the Agricultural Agriculturalcollege Agriculturalollege Agriculturacollege
college The horticultural committee of o
the legislature had planned to come to t
Ogden this week but late yesterday a
telephone message was received from frommember a amember amember
member of the committee cancelling cance1U the theengagement theengagement thiengagement
engagement and a committee from this thiscounty thiscount thi thiwill j
county count will visit Isit the capital and call upon i i
the legislators legislatorsBRYAN leglslatorsBRYAN legislatorsBRYANWASELOQUENT
BRYAN BRYANWASELOQUENT BRYANWASELOQUENTVoice WAS ELOQUENT ELOQUENTVoice
Voice of the Nebraskan Nebla kan Raised Jn Jnthe in inthe 1 1the 1
the Famous Philo S Bennett BennettWill BennettWill ennett ennettWill
Will Case CaseNewhaven Caseewhaen
i
Newhaven Conn Jan J n 24 24Argu 24Argurrents Argu Arguments ¬
ments wero heard in tle Connecticut Connecticutcourt Connecticutcourt t tcourt
court of errors today on the appeal of o f
William J Bryan from the decision of ofthe o i ithe f
the superior court denying him author
ity to receive 50000 mentioned in the th e
famous sqaled letter left by the late lat e
Phllo S Bennett of whose estate Mr
Bryan Is executor executorMr QCecutorMr executorMr
Mr Bryan B an spoke eloquently for three threequarters threequarters threequarters
quarters of an hour He H said satdit it was wa S
due him him in this case to say a few tew words wordsas g Sas
a as to the intent of the testator This Thi S
intent he thought was very VOX plain and an d T a
he h hoped the court would be explicit as asto asto a 3 Sto
to whether the sealed letter could be bereceived berfceived b c Crocelved
received as a declaration of trust t17u5teen even eve n
if not a a part of the will He said that thatmost tha t tmost tmost
most will contests turned on two or o r
three questions usually on the capacity capacityof V yof
of a testator to make a will on the thequestion thequestion tim equestion e
question of undue influence Influel1 e or on the theIntent th eintent e
intent of the testator in making be bequests bequests
quests In this case he thought Mr MrBennett MiBennett
Bennett ideally competent t to make a awill a11I awill
will 11I As to thequestion the question of undue in Influence influence
fluence he cited the fact that Mr Ben Bennett Bennett
nett traveled 1500 miles to Nebraska Nebraskacarrying Nebraskacarrying L LcarringwIth i
carrying carringwIth with him a will to be b used as asa a s Sa
a model m del and afterwards aterw rdd traveled trav > led 1500 1500trUes 150 0 0trIbes
trIbes back to New York where he duly dul y yexecuted I
executed the will The question there therefore therefore therefore
fore turns onthe intent of the testator
QUTlIVESiTHE QUTlIVESiTHEL QUTLIVESTHEtOWERHOUSE +
UDWERHOUSE UDWERHOUSEConcurrent L W ER HOllS E ErCopc1U1ent
Concurrent J Bounty Resolution J is isFinally isFinallyPassed isFinally
Finally FinallyPassed FinallyPassedCOM Passed PassedCTDfBlMlWEE PassedtiMMLTTEEIsIMPATIENT
COM CTDfBlMlWEE tiMMLTTEEIsIMPATIENT tiMMLTTEEIsIMPATIENTONE MIiTEE 4S fS IMPATIENT IMPATIENTONE T TONE
ONE ACTION ACTIONOF OF GOVERNORS GOVERNORSMESSAGE7 GOVERNORSMESSAG GOVERNOhSMESSAGE
MESSAGE MESSAG PATCHED UP UPThe UPTli UPrhe
The Tli < Tibu2O6Tnt ii strf lhtb bounty tui1y nt YJormplttee YJormpltteeshowed dizjiItteehWed m1i1ltteehowed
showed plainly yesterday afternpon afternpontnat ftenonnat
I
t tnat t nat itwas it was beqpming be bmingtiredof tiredof tired or the thetde thetdelayS thedeays de delays ¬
lays l ays which hlch have h been b n put Put in its itsin way wayin wairii
in i ii the matferJbf matfe legislating against againstskin againstskin g lnst lnstdn
skin dn grafters graftersMore grafterslIoi graftersMore
More lIoi than bectrtnihg b Impatient the thecommittee thecc theommittee
committee cc c gamY trieslightest bit bl angry angryfor angryfor angryor
for f or an attempt to hold back the pas passage passtlge pazage ¬
sage s of the house concurrent concurrent resolution resolutionregarding reso resolutionegarding ution utionregarding
regarding r bounty legislation which hlch the thesenate thesenate theanate
senate e amended and passed under sus suspension suspension susension ¬
ep
pension p of rules Monday In J the i end endthe endthe endhe
the t he committee won there betas but butone butCone butcc
one c cc vote that of Richards against the theadoption theadoption thedoption
adoption a of the resolution resolutionThe resolutlonThe
The joitjt committee consisting of
Senators Lawrence La r nce Bennion and yal yalon ¬
ton t on and Representatives Kuchler Mc
Ci CJea ea and Panter Pa ter is now empowered to toEO too togo
EO o ahead aheadwlth with its work of procuring
I information from fr m surrounding states stateswith stateSwith stateewith
with a view toward framing a uniform
bounty law At the same time cQunty countyclerks cQuntyclerks
clerks c throughout the state st te are are advised advisedby advisedby adylsedby
by the resolution not 11ottO to issue any any cer certificates certificates certificates ¬
tificates or warrants for hides no mat matter matter mater ¬
ter t er by whom presented presentedJoseph presentedJoseph presentedJoseph
Joseph wished to be excused from fromvoting fromvoUng fromvoting
voting on the amended joint resolution resolutionbut resolutionbut resolutionbut
but several of his colleagues insisted insistedso
so S he justified himself by saying
Well I always like to be with the ma majority majorItJ niacrity ¬
jority i so Ill vote yes yesRichards yesRichards yesRichards
Richards caused a little rustle by bycharging byCharging bycharging
charging thatsomeone that omeone had answered answeredes
yes es when his najne was called The Therepresentative Thenpreseltat Therepresentative
representative e from Davis decided to togo togo togo
go on record as a being > elng opposed to the thepassage thepassage thepassage
passage of the resolution res luUon until further furtherconsJderatiQnihad furthercO furtherconiderationbadpeeri
consJderatiQnihad cO coniderationbadpeeri lderat1Qnrbafllpe t > een I given it itGovernors ItGovernors itGovernors
Governors Message IVr Mss ssage Fixed Up UpGovernor UpGpvernor UpGovernor
Governor Cutlers message messagethe the part partreferring partreferring
referring to authorized deficits deficltshas deficltshasbeen deficitshasbeen has hasbeen
been patched up and the 0 K mark of ofapproval
approval has been placed pl ced on It ItThe ItThe
The kick registered against the mes message message amesSage ¬
sage was that under authorized de deficits ¬
ficits was placed St 5 Louis exposi exposition exposition exposition ¬
tion 10000 The governor yesterday yesterdaystated yesterdaystated yesterdaystated
stated in a communication to the house housethat houset housethat
that t at the thellstlng listing of the fair item among
deficits authorized a thorheed by the state s ate board boardo boardor
o ot examiners was not authorized The Thegovernorscommunication Thegovernors Thegovernors
governorscommunication governors communication was wasfoJ1owed wasfoJ1owedlate followed followedlate followedlate
late in the session by another stating
that the fair expenditure should be belisted belisted belisted
listed among unauthorized deficits deficitsThe deficitsThe deficitsThe
The house reconsidered Josephs mo motion irlotlon mo motion ¬
tion that the item be expunged from fromthe fromthe fromtime
the governors message This puts the thesenate thesenate theSenate
senate joint committee in the position positionol
ol having ha ing to investigate an cxenditurtalready e expenditure expenditurealready penditur penditur1ready
already listed as as s an al unauthorized de deficit deficit deficit ¬
ficit
Wants WantsaState a State Park ParkRepresentative ParkRepre5entaUve ParkRepresentative
Representative Austin of Utah pre presented presented presented ¬
sented a house joint memorial yester yesterday ycstErday yesterday ¬
day afternoon asking congress to set setaside setaside
aside land included in tho Uintah In Indian Indian Indian ¬
dian reservation res haUo for a astate state park ark The Thememorial TheIremorial Thememorial
memorial after citing that Strawberry Strawberryvalleyis Strawberryalley Strawberryvalley
valleyis valley is useless for agricultural icultural pur purposes purposes purposes ¬
poses because of1 Of fi its altitude is as asfellows asflos amfelbows
fellows fellowsWherefore flosWher felbowsWherefoCe
Wherefore Wher fore your our memorialists pray praythat prayeat praythat
that that part of the Uintah Indian Indianreservation Indianr Indiarreservati
reservation r known as the Strawberry Strawberryvalley StrawberryDUe Strawberryvalley
valley DUe and more particularly 1 p > rtIcularly described describedas
as s follows towitt towl Townships 2 and andequtli 3 3squth 3squth
squth and an < J rangCs10 rang < sWand and lowest IJ 1 west and andfractional andflacUonnl am amfiactional
fractional tovn townqlps nlpd 4 south and raiges raiges1C ralgeand
1C 1 and 11 west westOC of the Uintah special specialmeridian sptclalmeridian sptciameridIan
meridian be gitHed gI I1tcd to the state of ofUtah ofUtah 01 01Utah
Utah to be used perpetually i as a state staterark staternrk statirark
rark and your memorialists m moriaIists will ever everpray e evempray cr crprayu
pray praySLEW prayu prayuSLEW praySLEW
SLEW HIS YOUNG WIFE WIFEThen WIFEThen WIFEThen
Then Shot Himself HimselfE E L Jamesons JamesonsAwful JamesonsAwful ameson S SADeeSanPrmn
Awful ADeeSanPrmn ADeeSanPrmncis Deed De d in San Fran Francisco ran rancisco
cisco cis Home Homej
I ISan
wSan San an P PrancIsepjan24In rancIscpJan r clscPJall 24 1In In a cottagei cottage 9Hageon
on Stanton street streetsome some time today or orduring ordurIng o oduring
during last night E L Jameson Jamesonformerly Jamesoziformerly JamesonformerlJ
formerly of Portland Ore and until untilrecently untllrecentJy antirecently
recently billing clerk cl rk for J K Armsby ArmsbyCo ArmsbCo
Co killed his young wife Ife and shot shothimself shothimsel shohimself
himself through the head inflicting Inifletingwound a awound
wound which probably will nrovc provcfatal provfatal
fatal fatalThe fatalThe fatalThe
The dead body of Mrs Jameson and andthe andthe
the th unconscious form of her husband hus husbandvere und undwere
were discovered discov redby by the owner of the thehouse
house in which they t ey lived A 4 number numberi
of love letters which hieh had passed pas ed be betXveen between between
tween the couple were found on the theJamesori thefloor
floor Mrs Jameson formerly f Georgia GeorgiaNelson GeorgiaNelson
Nelson was a a pretty woman scarcely
20 years ears old Papers left in the house houseindicated houseindicated houseindicated
indicated that she camej came here from fromPortland fromPortland
Portland about six months ago when whenshe whenshe
she was married Jameson secured em employment employment employment
ployment but lost his position at the theend theend theend
end of last year ear He has since tried to toobtain toobtain toobtain
obtain work but without success successPortland
Portland Jan 24 24It It is believed belle d here herethat herethat herethat
that the man man known as E L 1 Jameson Jumesonwho Janiesoimwho
who killed kill d himself arid wife in San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco Is really E C Tidcombe who whoresided ho horesided
resided in this city up to four months monthsa monthsago
ago a o and who went to San Francisco Franclsohere Franciscowhere
where here he married Georgie Nelson also alsoOf alsoof
of this city Cjt Tidcombe resided in this thiscity thiscity
city with his mother who resides at 700 700Thurman 00 00Thurman
Thurman street Mrs Irs Tidcombe only
learned of his marriage recently and andwns andwas
was to have gone to San Francisco Franciscoshortly Fialiciscoshortly
shortly to visit her son and his newly newlywedded newlywedded
wedded wife wifeFIREMAN wifeFIREMAN
r
FIREMAN KILLED KlLEDAlton KIILEDAlton
Alton 111 Jan 24 24A A G Chaplin Chaplinfireman Chaplinfireman
fireman was killed and several passen passengErs passengers
gers were injured none fatally today
in the wreck wrC < k of an Illinois terminal terminalrailroad terminalrailroad
railroad train near here A car < ar contain containing containIng containing
ing thirty passengers turned over
Universal AUniversali UniversalRemedy
i ai Remedy Remedyfor Remedyair
for forPains
Pains in inthe
the Bac1 Bac1For
For pains in the theregion
region of the Kid Kid1zeys
1zeys or for a Weak WeakBack
Back the plaster plastershould
should be applied appliedas
as shown in illus illustration
tration trationInsist
Insist Upon Having HavingAllcocks
air
Allcocks AllcocksREMEMeERAUcock9s AllcocksREMEMERA1lcocks
REMEMeERAUcock9s Plastcrshnve been in use over 55 years
They are the original and genuine porous plasters and have never been beenequalled beenequalled
equalled tiS a panttHcr Guaranteed not to contain belladonna opium op1111or opiumor
or aly poison w l 4LtCV a1 u y
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L Girl Tollers TollersGainStrengttiforWork 1ersI
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GainStrengttiforWork GainStrengttiforWorkIn Gain 6aStft Strength for forWo forWoI Work WorkIn
I In office and factory shop store or kitchen girls are re at atwork atwork 4
work all over over this land arid alas I far beyond their strength strengthYoung strengthYoung strengthYoung
Young women women who work are especially liable to female ills Too often oftenthe oftenth oftenthe
the th girl is the bread winner of the family and she must toll unremit unremittingly unremittingly unremittingly ¬
tingly no matter if her back ba k does ache her limbs and abdomen throb throbwith throbwith throbwith
with dull pain and dragging sensations and dizzy spells make her herutterly herutterly herutterly
utterly unfit for work These are the sure signs of female irregularities irregularitieswhich irregularitieswhIch irregularitieswhich
which kill beauty and and youth youthLydkLKniamsVegetaMe youthlydiaEPinkhams youthLydiaEPinkhainsVegetb1
lydiaEPinkhams LydkLKniamsVegetaMe + Vegetable 9 Compos Compoundbuilds JT JTbuilds
builds health he 1th and strength for all women who work and are weary It Itcreates Itcreates Itcreates
creates the vitality that makes work easy From the thousands of ofgrateful ofgrateful ofgrateful
grateful letters written by working girls girlswto wto to Mrs Pinkham we quote quotethe quotethe quotethe
the following followingDEAR
DEAR DEA MRS PINKHAM I feel It my duty to tell you the good Lydia
E Pinkhams s Vegetable Compound and Blood Purifier have done for me
Before I took them I was very nervous had dull headaches heada hes pains pains In back backand backand
j and monthlies were irregular I had been to several doctors and they did didme didme didme
i me no good goodTour goodYour goodTour
Tour medicine has h s made me well and strong I can do most any kind of ofwork ofwork ofwork
work without complaint and my periods are all right rightI
I am In better health than I ever was and I know it Is all due to your yourremedies yourremedies yourremedies
remedies I recommend your advice and medicine to all who suffer sufferMiss sufferMIss sufferMiss
Miss ABBY Ans F BARROWS Nelsonvllle Athens Co Ohio OhioOh OhioOh OhioOh
Oh if American girls who work would only realize that they have but butone butone butone
one life to live and mak the most of their precious health and andstrength andstrength andstrength
strength strengthMrs strengthMrs strengthMrs
Mrs Pinkham Pinkham extends to every working girl who is In ill health a acordial acordial acordial
cordial invitation to write her for advice Such letters are always kept keptstrictly keptstrictly keptstrictly
strictly confidential and from her vast experience Mrs Pinkham prob probably probably probably ¬
ably has the very knowledge that will help you youand and may save your life lifeiydia lifeLydia lifeLydia
Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Cures Where Others Fail FaildT FailSPECIAL Faili
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SPECIAL SALE SALHighclass SALEHigh
Highclass High = class Suits 15 to 20 values valuesHigh a a 0 D ge 9e75 9e75Iligh 75 75High
High = class Overcoats 15 to 20 values valuesSweaters 0 a 0 975 975Sweaters
Sweaters all wool 175 and 2 grades gradesMens 0 a 148 148Mens 148Mens
Mens Shirts all sizes 1 grades gradesMens a a a 0 49 a49Mens 49Mens
Mens Shirts all sizes sizes 125 and 2 grades 0 a 0 0Mens Ci 69 69Mens 69Mens
Mens Underwear 150 kind the suit at atBARTON 95 95BARTON 95BARTON
BARTON 6 CO lONE PRICE PRICES I 4547 45 47 Main
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on caerypiece caerypieceEvery every piece pieceEvery
Every Sealed Package Packageof
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I i Lowneys LowneysGhocolate LowneysV s sChocolate
V Chocolate Bonbons Bonbonsis
is guaranteed to be in perfect perfectcondition perfectcondition pcrfcctcondition I
condition or money mone refunded refundedA
A guarantee slip in each pack package packagc package ¬
age of halfpound halfp und or orJlore orJloren ormoreThe more moreThe
The n Lowney Low ey Packages are r Full Weight WeightSertdjor WelgbtSmd WeightSendor
Sertdjor Smd for the t1 J LfrQ1l Loaney ovtmey Y Receipt H < < l Book 3k1e BookT5e
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t COMPLETE LINE OF OFMens OFClothing t tleos
leos Clothing and Hats HatsFurnishing
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Gpods GpodsBoys tioodsBoy5kh4
e Furnishing I IBoYstan
Boys BoYstan Boy5kh4 and Childrens s Suits SuitsGR12AT RuUsGREATREPUCTIO SUItSGREAT
t tDEPARTMENXS
GREAT GREATREPUCTIO REDUCTIONS S IN INALL ALL ALLWe ALLDEPAaTkENTs
DEPARTMENXS DEPARTMENXSWe I IWe
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factory fa tOrywe1JFinJ WellFinished shed Upto UptoD
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NOTES AND ANDJUDGMENTS ANDv ANDJUDGMENTS
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JUDGMENTS JUDGMENTSWE JUDGMENTSJ
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GET GE T IT ITIC
IC we did not know we co could ld collect your our bills we would not Ix > payJa
out monEY to advertise Last year we paid out 399270 for advertising and
collected over seventy thousand good dollars from Bad Debts We Yeare are go
tag to collect more this year Send yours ours in No matt matter r bow bad they
arc or In what clt city town or sta state te we can collect them themThe themThe
The Merchants rrotectiv0 Association AssociationSiEnUffc
Scientific Collections of Bad Debts GC Genirai fral off offices < Cs top floor Commercial
National Bank Bldg Salt Lake City
FRANCIS G LtRE Gn Mgr Some P < ople Dont Like L LWE Vs VsWE
WE IREDT DND GUBE GUBECATARRH llBFt
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CATARRH and aU curable Chronic
dlse1SCS ot the Eyes Ears Sose Throat 1
f Lungs Stomach Kidneys Liver Bladder Bladderand J 3 3an
and an noels Heart DiSease Fits Chores
Rheumatism Piles Rupture Lost Man
hood boodVarlcoccle Varicocele Gonorrhea Gouorbea5yptiiLs Syphilis Pros 1 1taUeTroubles
tatic taUeTroubles Troubles and all ChronIc Nervous crvous crvousand 3e
I and Privata Diseases of ien en Women and
ChIldren ChIldrenHOlDo
HOlDo TreatmeDt Cures Write 4
1 for free symptom list If you caD caDnot d di
i not calL Consultation Yree > 1 1DR V Vnfl
nfl tj snoaza DR G W mnn Ioazs
Weak Men MenIf
If yon on suffer from any aJ of the weaknesses or I
diseases caused by icoorancc I Dorancc excess ex or con contaxion cont3otion cootaion
taxion YOU ARK ItE TUB VERY PERSON WE
WANT TO TALK TO TOWe TOWe 10We
We bare proven IJrovenourak our skill lln In caring CHRONIC
diseases by publishing raany voluntary
testimonials from borne people gtrin hin names namespictures nllmesplcturc namespIctures
pictures and addresses addressesWE t1l1dresscsWE uSSreasesWE
WE CANTT < i N rUBLISlI OUR CUBES CUBESIN RES RESBecause
IN IEITE RIVATK XTL DISEASES IMSBASESBecause DISEASESBecause
Because It would betray confidence Hence Hencerre Bencewe
rre 5 have ha ve to toproveourskill prove our skillin skill In thlsclalsof lbIa claks ot trou
bleig tes J i fcanothermy enother o er ny y TnisUonrplan This Js our pJan
Pay When Cured CuredWe
We Ve cure YOU Orst and theo afcK a REASON REA80OABLE ¬
ABLE A BLE FEE wnen hCD you ouare are cured You can de deI
pond upon our word tbousauds t o of patients
hare Indorsed I us s NOW V Vt WE WANT f TO CUKE L
YOU with the th distinct dI5t1n understanding thai we
wilt not demand a FEE FE EE until we W cure yon
This applies to Lost tanbOOd Seminal Weak lVea lVeaness ¬
ness Spermatorrhoea Gonorrhoea SypbtJis
Vaxlcocele Diseases of the Prostate Gland G lanC1 Cn Ii D
natural Lostcs Lo es Contracted Disorders sitrio
ure etc Contagious Blood Poison and all
WEAKNESS KS or men menOFFICE mend menOFFICE
OFFICE E HOURS 9a m to b p pr m EVegings V Dgs
t to 8 Suodars d a and holidays otclZ 1 10 a m in 15
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