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THE SALT LAKE HERALD s THURSDAY JAN J l 26 1905 3
BOLTERS GAIN GAINANOTHER G GA1i IN I If IANOTHER
f ANOTHER ANOTHERVOJE ANOTHERVOJElne VOJE VOJEJDne
3 One lne by One the JEssourians MiSSOuriansareL are leav leaving Leaving V Ving ¬
ing Niedringhaus Niedringhaus1ADDIGKS NiedringhausADDICKS NiedriughausADDICKS
ADDICKS HAS A CHANGE CHANGETOGA CHANCEJ CHANCE1TOGA
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TOGA OFQUARLES OF QUARLES GOESTOllTA GOESTOllTAFOLLETTE GOES GOES TO T LA LAFqLLETTE LA LAFOLLETTE
FOLLETTE FOLLETTEJefferson FqLLETTE
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Jefferson Jeffer On City Clf Mo Jan 25 2 25The The bbjt bbjtfcrs b h6R h6Rrs 1 1rs
fcrs rs gained one vot > day on the eighth eighthJballot elghtitaJJot eighthaI1ot
Jballot aJJot for United t Lite dte ites senator 8ena r to toceed suf sufceed U Ucoed
ceed Francis 31 I Coekrell There There1o wgt3 6 6flo
710 1o choice and the thejoiiit joint session aes lon lon1ourned 1onai 1onainurned > tw twrjourned
rjourned 1ourned urttft u ftJI I6morrovr i morrown > n63if lf n The baf bafjLot b biot 1
jLot ot resulted resultedEns resulteqCoc resulte4Cockrell
Coc Cockrell rell SoNi SO Niedringirnus rlnghau 76 76Qr 76QrI 4 r renp
Ens 12 1 Goodrich GoodrtchNece G odiieh 2 2Necessary 2Neceary
Necessary Nece saf to elect 86 36Addicks 86Addicks 86Addicks
Addicks Gains a Point PointDover PointDover PointDover
Dover Del Jan 25 2 2The The long doad doadJtck dfiadL dQadek
Jtck L ck I In rv the tlW seijate se euae ale wa WUi brokert today by byths byetu
ths h orattibn etu tion of Z A ABConn AJ3 J3 Connor Conn Union Re Republican Republican Re3ubIlcan ¬ I
publican as president pro tern The Thethree Thethree Thethree
three regular re ular n Republican senators who wholiad whoad I
had ad been holding out Qutagnlnst against Mr Con Connor Conl10r Coninr ¬
nor voted for him at the last moment momentThis momentrhls momentThis
This is regarded reg MIed as a victory for Ad Addicks Adclicks Addicks ¬ I
dicks
Washington Deadlock DeadlockOJympia DeadlockOlympia DeadlockOlympia
Olympia Wash ash Jan 25 26The The tnth tnthJoint tlthjoint tejthjoint
Joint ballot for a United Stated Stato senator senatorresulted sanator2esuItQd senatorresulted
resulted resultedFoeidiV 2esuItQdFosfft1 resultedFoetthi
FoeidiV Foetthi 4p Piles 30 JOSweene Sweeney 2S 2SWilsonJjN 28WI18On16 2SWl1son116
WilsonJjN > Joiiefi 7 Hogiui Dem 4 4The 4The 4The
The eleventh ballot was wa AS s follows followsfeon followsFot followsFtr4
Fot Ftr4 t k47 PilEl6 31 il SWleJ1 Sweeney 2 WI1 Wilonf WI1Eon
Eon onf 16 Jones Jones7 7 Hogian ogan CDariu Dom DomWyomings 5 5Wyomings 5Wyorning
Wyomings Choice ChoiceCheyenne ChoiceCheyenne ChoiceCheyenne
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Cheyenne Wyo Vo Jan 25 25C1arence 25C1arenceren Clarence ClarenceDcn ClarenceOpn
Dcn Clark was reelected United States Statessenator StatesBPuator Statessuator
senator by the legislature l gi latule in joint session ses seseion sesslon
eion today by a vot Vote of 67 to 7 Clark Clarkrt Clark1fivd Clarktlved
rt 1fivd tlved eiv d the unanimous vote of the Re Hejublican Reublicar Rejublican
jublican ublicar members The Democratic Democraticvotes
votes t ts R were given to Samuel T Corn Cornuho Cornhl Cornhei
uho hl has Just retired as chief justice justiceLaFollette justIceLaFoliett justlceLaFollette
LaFollette LaFoliett Gets Toga TogaMadison TogaIadison TogaMadison
Madison Wits Jan 26 2 2gGovernor 2gGovernorBbert Governor GovernorHubert Govcrnorn
Hubert n ber M 1 LuFollette was as formally formallyelected fort1aUye1oted fornaUyelc4ed
elected UIte U it d States St s senator today in injoint Inoint injoInt
joint oint legislative session sessionScott se6SionS sessionScott
Scott S ott Reelected ReelectedCharleston Reelectedharleston Reelectedharleton
Charleston W Yo Va Jan 25 25In In joint jointsession jointsession jointsession
session today the legislature reelected reelectedSenator reelectedenator reelectedienator
Senator enator Nathan Ray Scott The vote voteistnod ote otestood
V
stood Scott 82 McGraw29 McGraw29New McGraw 29 29New 29New
New Jersey Chooses Chooseskean ChooseskeanTrenton Kean KeanTrenton KeanTrenton
Trenton N J Jan 25 2 2The The legis legislature legisature legislature ¬
lature ature in joint joi t session today declared declaredJohn declaredJohn declaredJOhfl
John Keun Kenn elected United States sen senator senntor senator ¬
ator for six years from the fourth of ofMarch ofla1ch ofMarch
March next nextCulbcrson nextCulberson nextCulberson
Culberson Succeeds Himself HimselfAustin HimselfAustin HimselfAustin
Austin Tex Jan 25 25T11e The Texas leg leg1slaturcin ¬
islaturein joint session today toda formally formallyelected formallyelected formallyelected
elected Charles A Culberson Demo Democrat Demorat DemoFat ¬
crat rat to succeed himself in the United UnitedUates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States senate senateLADRONES senateLADRONES senateLADRONESON
LADRONES LADRONESON ON WARPATHContract WARPATHContract WARPATH WARPATHContract
Contract Surgeon ONeill Killed at atthe atthe atthe
the Town of San Francisco FranciscoDe
De Malabon MalabonManila Malabonnani1o MalabonManila
Manila Jin J n 25 SAdditIonal Additional details detaUSngardlng detailsegardlng
ifgardlng the attack by Ladrones oi oith oh ohh ohth
th h < town of San Francisco Francl co de Malubon Malubonlast llalabonJ1Rt Malabonist
last ist nlpM in which Contract Surgeon SurgeonJ
J 1 A ONeill was killed show that th thIuIrojies thJadlolles thLadroues
IuIrojies numbered 300 They The were led ledl ledby
l by y the famous outlaws Moittalon and andFoUzardo andFdlzardowho andFelizardo
FoUzardo Fdlzardowho who were aided by two twoAmericannegroes tomerlcan twoiner1caif
Americannegroes merlcan negroes TheLadrones The Ladrones were werearmed werearmed werearmed
armed with over 130 rifles riflesBesides riflClBesides rIflesBesides
Besides Surgeon ONeill one private privateof
of If the constabulary was killed and andShrce andthree andthree
three were seriously wounded woundedThe woundedThe woundedThe
The home offormer of fonner Governor Trias TriasTV TriasWas TrlasWas
TV Was as attacked and his wife and two twochildren tw twhl1dren twhildren >
children < abducted abductedThe abductedThe abductedThe
The municipal treasury was looted of ofOOO ofzooo
2000 OOO and twentyfive Remington rifles rifleswere riflesWf rIfleswere
Wf were > re taken by the Ladrones The reb rebels rebIs rebcis ¬
els Is were dressed in constabulary uni uniforms unifOm1S uniforms ¬
forms and this fact created consider considerable considernblr considerabh ¬
able confusion confusionThe confusionThe confusionThe
The scouts s outs and the constabulary con tabulary now nowhavo nowhar now2iate
havo the band surrounded at the Pueblo Puebloof
of ol Perez Damarinas DamarinasThere DamarinasThere DamarlnasThere
There was four hours of fierce fight fightJng fightng fight1g
Jng ng the complete result of which has hasaiot hasJwt has310t
aiot yet et been reported reportedCUTICURA repnrtfnticUr reprutlt
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CUTICURA CUTICURASOAP
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YSOAP 1 SOAP SOAPAsSisted 4 4Assistccl
Assisted fcy CUTICURA Oint Ointmcnt Ointmm Ointmerit
merit mm greatest of emollient skin skincures skinCUt skincures
CUt cures is of priceless value for forpreserving forpresuving forIi
Ii preserving purifying and beauti beautir beautifying beautiLying
Lying r the skin < for r cleansing f fscalp the thescalp theh I
h scalp of crusts scales and anddan anddandruff dan dandruff dandruff ¬
druff and the stopping of falling fallingHair fallinghair fallinghair
Hair for softening softcningwhitcning whitening and andsoothing andsoothing andsoothing
soothing red rough and sore sorehands sorehands sorehands
hands for baby rashes and chaf chafIngs chafingsfor chafingsfor
Ings ingsfor for annoying annoyiagulcuations ulcerations and andinflammations andinffammations andInflainmations
inflammations and many sana sanative sanativ sanativ4 ¬
tive tiv tiv4 antiseptic purposes which whichreadily whichrcadiIy whichrcadily
readily suggest themselves to wo women viomen women ¬
men as aswdl well as for all purposes of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the toilet Bath and nursery nurserySod
Sod throughout the vorM woV A t1d FotletDrac 1o It1Jru CbemCorp ChtmCoSend CbCmCoroe
fol oe Prop Bofloh BattoSSeed J Jff
ff Send for or How to Picxrre fatiif And B BecIU1 tc y I
FISHERMEN ON ONWITNESS ONW1TNESS ONW1TNES
WITNESS STAND STANDNorth ST AND ANDNorth
North Sea Commission Now Taking TakingEvidence Tam TamEidence TakiiigEvidence
Evidence EvidenceBRITISH EidenceBRITISH EvidenceBRITISH
BRITISH SIDE PRESENTED PRESENTEDNO PRES NTED NTEDNO
NO JAPANESE ON BOARD THE THETRAWLERS THETRA THETRAWLERS
TRAWLERS TRAWLERSParl TRA TRAWLERSParlsJar WL RS RSPaJ11i
Parl PaJ11i ParlsJar Jan 26 2kThe 6 The International Internationalcommission internationalconimissQn Internationalcon1niisson
commission conimissQn to Inquire into the North Northsea Northsea Northsea
sea incident began bagd hearing hearin witnesses witnessestodny witnessestfx1a wltpes5estG4Ky
todny tfx1a The Th thethehtiig mee meeting g of the cdmniissrbn cdmniissrbnwas dinmissfbntttended l1missf n nYIlS
was YIlS attended by a a sCore score of seaman seam and andfishermen andtJtabermcn and16Iern1en
fishermen from Hull giving the t e session sessiona ses Ion Ionit
a it somewhat somewhatnautIcal nautical aspect aspe t The first iirstwitness firstWitness
witness was wus Captain Vood of the theSteamer the1ftcmer thetc4rner
Steamer Zero plying Between Itetween Hull and andCopenhagen andCopenhagen
Copenhagen He said that on theafter theafternQOn the after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon preceding the UI occurrence of Oct
22 he saw two Russian squadrons pro proceeding proceding ¬
ceding westward The locality was wasunusual was1inuual
unusual for warships warshipsQuestion warshipsQuestionWere
Question Que QuestionWere UonYere Were the warships Wa rshlps follow following folIo folIoing followlug ¬
ing the course habitually taken takenAnswer takenAnswerNo
Answer Ans AnswerNo er No o They were ere to the west westand westand westand
and not In the normal course proceed proceeding proceeding ¬
ing at about twelve knots He did not notsee notsee
see any other warships during the voy voyage yo voyage ¬
age ageVice
Vice Admiral Doubaasoff Russian RussiancrosHexamined RussiancroSMexamiijed
crosHexamined the witness and asked askedwhat askedwhat
what distance the squadrons were out outside outside ¬
side the usual course courseCaptain courseCaptain
Captain W Veod V od answered that the theships theshtps theships
ships were ten or twelve miles from the theordinary theotdinary theotdinury
ordinary course courseSaw coulseSaw courseSaw
Saw Strange Steamer SteamerCaptain StearTI StearnerCaptain r rcantul
Captain 1Yp IJVqod a1urthe further testified t that thathe thatho thath
he h saw a strange itMnte itra 1ge steanior stoomor during tile tneafternoon tl1eatternoon tileattornoon
afternoon She appeared ito belong to toa toa toa
a trarisAtiianticv ansAtJ antlcUne line and nd had two twomasts twomasts twomasts
masts and one funnel It was a type typeof typeor typeof
of ship not frequently eeeji in those thosewaters thosewaters thosewaters
waters Rear Admiral Beaumont BeaumontGreat BeaumontGroat BeaumontGreat
Great Britain appeared to lie e specially speciallyiutereated spaclallyinterested speciallyluterested
interested in this this stat staternent Tentrequest Tentrequesting request requesting requestlug ¬
ing the witnessto repeat It ItGeorge itGeorge ItGeorge
George Berehlng manager of the theTrawlers theTrawlers theTrawlers
Trawlers company presented a minia miniature miniature mlnlature ¬
ture model of a a trawler The court ex exfirnlned examined exarnined
firnlned it minutely and also alsothe the signal signallumps signallumps signallamps
lumps and flags used by trawlers Mr MrBerehing MrBerehing MrBerehing
Berehing lengthily explained explaIn d the fishing fishingprocess fishingprocess fishingprocess
process Admiral Fournier of France Francemildly Francemlldly Francemildly
mildly remonstrating against extran extranecus cttranceus extranecus
ecus evidence evidenceCounsel evIdenceCounsel evidenceCounsel
Counsel for Great Britain asked On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the night in question had any of your yourboats yourboats our ourboats
boats embarked torpedoes or other otheren otherenglner others en engines engines ¬
gines of warfare warfareNot warfareNot warfareNot
Not at all allWere allYere allWere
Were any an Japanese on board boardI boardnever
I never heard them themsoken spoken of and andnever andnever andnever
never heard a reference to any Japan Japanese Japaneae Japanese ¬
ese warships being in the neighbor neighborhood neighborhood neighborhood ¬
hood
Not Like a Torpedo Boat BoatIs BoatIs BoatIs
Is it possible to confound a torpedo torpedoboat torpedoboat torpedoboat
boat with a trawler withgut sails sailsNo sailsuNo sailsNo
uNo No that is impossible impossibleThe
The witness added add d that the company companyat
at Hull received constant reports from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the fleet No reports showed that any anystrange anystrange anystrange
strange bpat b at had h d jolnejJ the trawlers trawlersWilliam trawlersVllUam trawlersWilliam
William Shears steward and Thomas ThomasCarr ThomasI ThomasCarr
Carr vice admiral of the trawling fleet fleetgave fleetgave fleetgave
I gave testimony practically the same as asthat asthat asthat
that before the board of trade investi investigation investlg8 Investigation ¬
gation gationThe g8 gationThe tion tionThe
The Russian counsel sought to show showthat showthat showthat
that there were discrepancies between betweenthe ootweenthe betweenthe
the present and former evidence of ofthese ofthwe ofthese
these witnesses Shears was positive positivethat positivethat positivethat
that there was no Japanese aboard aboardany aboardany aboardany
any of the trawlers t < ulers and gave a vivid vividdescription vividd vlvjddescription
description d cription of the approach of f the Rus Russian Russian Bussian ¬
sian warships the play of their search searchlights searchlights searchlights ¬
j
lights and the cannonading which whichlasted whichlasted whichlfll4ted
lasted twentyfive minutes When he heclosed heclosed heclosed
closed Admiral Fournier French com complimented complimented cornplimErnted ¬
plimented him on wearing rt amedal medal in inrecognition inrognltlon inreognition
recognition of his services in saving savinglives savingUves savinglives
lives livesThe UvesThe livesThe
The hearing adjourned until tomorrew tomor tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row rowTWO rewTWO rowTwo
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TWO TRAINS TRA TRAINSONE INS ON TRACK ETRACKSeveral E TRACKSeveral TRACKSeveral
Several People Injured in a Wreck Wreckon
on the Santa Fe in Cali California California California ¬
fornia forniaStockton forniaStocktor1 forniaStockto
Stockton Stocktor1 Cal Jan 25 2 25A A number numberof
of persons hurt and a car thrown off offtho ofCtho offtne
tho track are the results of oCa a train trainaccident train8cetdent trainaccident
accident on the Santa Fe this morning morningt
at t Blum fortyfive miles west ve t of ofStockton ofStockton ofStockton
Stockton StocktonThe StocktonTlIf StocktonThe
The injured injuredI
I J C Hurle of Stockton superinten superintendent superintfoOdant superintezdent ¬
dent of the Pacific filfiss gld works work9 scalp scalpwound scalpwound scalpwound
wound woundJohannes woundJohannes woundJohapnes
Johannes Reimers of Stockton land landscape landfape landscape ¬
scape ganielier for the Santa Fe cut cutabout cutabout cUtabout
about the thflrac thflracA face faceA faceA
A few ethers suftf surfred suff red minor bruises bruisesF
F I Dohnken sr and wife and F FDohnken FD FD
Dohnken D l1nk hnken n jr and wife of Antioch Antiochconducting Antiochclndu4Jn AntlochctIliiUclUg
conducting clndu4Jn < the Arlington hotel were wereLadly wereladly wereLadly
Ladly shaken up and Conductor Bank Bankhead Bunkhead Bankhead
head of Ivajisws aJlSYs City Clt on a sit to San SanFrancisco SanFr1n SanFrmcIsco
Francisco Fr1n I O had h d his back badly hurt hurtThe hurtThe hurtThe
The injured people were brought to toStockton toStockton toStockton
Stockton ajuTcared and cared for All were able ableto ableto ableto
to proceed rt t td < T their homes h mes Mr lr Hurls Hurleis
is probably the most mo t l painfully > hurt hurtInformation hurtnf hurtJnforinatioil
Information nf ranatl n fxom rorn hls home la l to the thetTect thefleet
effect fleet that it cannot Jbe be told yet yetv yetJHther yetheher
v hether his Jnjuries ar < to be re regarded regar regrded
garded gar d as al a jsertous jsertousThe ebius ebiusThe rous c cTh
The Th denae d dafl fog og pv pljaVftlI plvaUlng vaiOIng g is partly partlyvt
vt sponsiWetf 5PonsJ ef fr r the apeldent J No fo o 41 nt iiarryInssengersfoi
t arryIngJpw86eog arr arryInssengersfoi in eger i forJ5ao fo Sap saQFrne Fmncieco Fmnciecoleft Franciseoleft o
left hew I at oP20 SW ahIF ilr twrnln tornlng N 6 6UaVlng GINlng ClavIng
lavIng Stan Francisco aU tt 7J90 30 Whileo WhileNo While WhileNo
No o 41 wa waR going oiv oi the siding at Slum SlumKiigineer S1umRngineer EtlumEngineer
Engineer Deardrof Deardr t ofJfo or No 6 continued continuedcn
cn 011 1 striking the th roar r < > ar coach oH h of No 41 41lie 4lhe 41he
he thought No 41 had cleared CleI but he hewas hewas hewas
was deceived < l l by > y the fog og with the re result result resuit ¬
sult stated statedLIEU sla tfl
t I ILIEU ILIEU
LIEU LAND LAW LAWFavorable LAWFav LAWFavorable
Favorable Fav rable Report Upon the Measure MeasureMade MeasureMaae Neasureiac
Made by the Senate SenateCommittee 1 1Committee
7 Committee CommitteeSpeelnl CommitteeSpeefal CommitteeSpeelal
Speelnl to Th The Herald HeraldViwhinyton Reraldh RerakLWai1iington
Viwhinyton h ngton Jan 25 23A A favorelrie re report report report ¬
port WK was mad made to the th ornate > nate today on onthe onthe
the bill recerUy re < > erU1 pasBed by 1 > y th the house In Intended 10towed Intfl415d ¬
tended to rnlrnmw the th evils evil of the lieu lieuland lieulantl lieuland
land law The bill provldee JrQvlde that bona bonafide bonatide bongfide
fide settlers on lands within forest re resell rts res ¬
s rv rvee or o owners nfT1l of If land In reserves may mayeiI
sell EI to the government their land and andimprovem andut andnuprovementa
improvem nuprovementa ntfi ui u prJ etobeagreed piles asbe gred tt tty tv tvh 1giby
h iby > > y the scocetry of the interior or 0 In Inthe Inthe
the eventthe event t fl au e dealrt de tr9 map rr4ht Nfllltl rkiqiih rkiqiiht < jwt h hto
to t the government then l tii T Hi > d ivtttf K1I1ti the tlieforest tJt tJtf theforest
forest f ret r reClWe crvee and A O > lIeu acle ftllKlIouB ftllKlIouBft tlous tloust
ft t land ef f the t same Mamjilkreter m M r an area arenrse areaesewhers
rse sewberp hore It Ic I provNM P1 pro < l 1I lu i wevef e that thfttif th t ttf
if such lieu goleetion Is made it shall = Ju U IM IMonsfs INnmshmf Isi IsiAtnfgned
nmshmf onsfs ied to thestat the state or ortllrltOr territory > u uvJiich ug1ch
vJiich hlch the th original holding wa was located locatedOne lotat loeatcdOne < d dOne
One bill also provides provi cs that hereafter h r1utter no nof nofrest 0
f rlft rst reserve < shah be created e ttItp crerfhg crerfhgany clJverrnglI eaverlbgany
any Heu lI ileunds u tandH fI nd any railroad land grant grantOr grune6r
er 7tny 5U ny city vitlaBo or town townfrom towJthHlet townWheoeer
Wheoeer hHlet > r any aua land aft eliminated eliminatedfron
from forest reserves r erm or any an temporary temporaryvithdru temporaryv
v vithdru I tlu1rnwu1 wa1 is ie revoked mineral land landwithin landwithin landwithin
within th that t area rea shall s aJl become fmmedi fmmedintely rmmedlot Immediotely
ntely ot > ly subject to settlement but shall no nobe not notbe nobe
be open to ontry ontr or r filing for ninety
days Authority is given gl en to ooen to
homestead tomOllttadcrttry entry all agricultural lands landswithin landswithin landswithin
within forest reserves right to use ad adJoining adJolnlns adjoining
Joining grazing lands being given to such suchhomestead suchhomestead mchhomestead
homestead settlers settlersFIVE
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FIVE FIREMEN CAUGHT CAUGHTUNDER CAUGHTUNDER CAUGHTUNDERFALLING
UNDER UNDERFALLING FALLING WALL WALLNew
New York Jan 25 23One One of the side sidewalls sidewalls sidewalls
walls of the malt house of the Kip BayDewlng BayBrewing Bay BayBrewing
Brewing company which had been b n burn burning burnIVi burni ¬
ing IVi i ay d I yfell fell eU into tho street this aft aftLater aftrqt
orLf rqt Later reaorCs r fs sh sHoivflvoH Thow vCh hd firefmen were werecaught werecaught
eau caught ht under the falling rallln wall hut u none noneof uoncif
of them was fatally ta ta 11 injured
SMQOTS S btSBUSY btSBUSYDAY ts BUSYDAY BUSY BUSYDAY
DAY IN SENATE SENATEUtah
Utah Senator Introduced a Batch Batchof Batchof
of Bills BillsU1NTAH BillsIJINTAH
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U1NTAH RESERVE R SERVE LANDS LANDSMINERALS LANDSTIMBER I
I II
TIMBER MINERALS MINERALSMILL MILL RIGHTS RIGHTSAND RIGHTSANDOToHER RIGHTSANDOTHER
AND ANDOToHER OTHER THINGS THNGSSpecIal THINGSSpecial i iSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington Herald1ashlngton HeraldWashington
Washington Jan 25 Senator Smoot to
da day fntjjuced nt uce a bill setting = apart abq abqilt t t1iOOOO
100 1iOOOO 1OOOto < BO acres erea of mountutn mountainous u8 timber lands landsin
in In n Ufntah Indian reservation a ns part of
DIntah forest reserve Mineral Utn ral lands landswithin landswithin lands1tbjn
within 1tbjn this proposed addition additl n to the for forost forest forest
est reserve shall be subject sUQje t to entry ent r tm tmI
I der the mining laws In fact this entire entireaddition
I addition Is to b be subject to all laws gqv governing gqverning gqverning
erning forest reservations All merchant merchantable merch merchantable nt ¬
able timber In this tht proposed pro1 > Qsed addition to
the forest ror t reserve is to be sold to the
highest bidders under the direction of the thebureau
bureau of forestry the first sale to take takeplace takep1ace takeplace
place within one ne yearandthereofter yetirand ear and thereafter an annually anc anflually ¬
nually for fifteen I consecutive years The Thesecretary TheSecretary
secretary c i ro of the IIIIJ Interior shall l fix r1ai the mln n mm
jmum imum price for the various kinds of tim ¬
ber sold so d Prior to these sales they shall
be advertised In all the leading cities of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the west Bidsmay Bids mnY mfl be submitted for In Ini Indlvidu Individual
i dividual dlvidu l tracts or for fo groups of lands not notAt notexceedln notoxceedlng
exceedln oxceedlng fifty oMlbns In area In one bid bidAt bidAt
At anr 1U1 time before the last sale local
land officers may mu sell not tQ exceed 100 00
000 feet of lumber I within this reserve to toany tonny tolIlly
any one settler without competitive bid bidding bidding bidding ¬
ding theprice the pric to be governed by b prices pricesoffered pric pricsoffered s soffered
offered at the annual sales salesLand swesLand salesLand
Land for Mill Purposes PurposesThe Pur os s sThe
The secretary of the Interior Is given givenauthority ghcnauthorit givenauthority
authority authorit to lease to the purchaser of ofany orany ofany
any timber not more than tbantwenty twenty acres acresof acresof acresof
of land for mill purposes at an annual annualrental annualrental annualrental
rental to be fixed by b the secretary for fora fo foa
a term not over five years Timber llmberdls llmberdlsposed dis disposed dlsposed ¬
posed of at any sale shall be cut and re removed rcn1Qed removedwithin ¬
moved movedwithin within five years tl r5 and andn np t tract tractshall shall
be cut over o r more than Qnce In fifteen fifteenyears fIfteenyears fifteenyears
years Each urchaser > of timber shjMl shjMlmake sll skallmake ll i imake
make an agreement to t remove the < tim timber titnber tilebor ¬
ber and wood on each tract covered by
the theJurchlUe purchase under regulations regu1 tions of the thesecretary thesecretary thesecretary
secretary of the th interior Interlotl and shall when whenpracticable vIl whenpracticable < n npracticable
practicable employ Indian lnul n Jabor in cut cutting cutUnl cutting
ting handling and manufacturing tim timber Umber timber ¬
ber berS
berI
S 10 I o tjlaiber shall be removed from tmmthe tmmtheresen the thereserve thoreserre
reserve until duly sealed aid 4tl measured measuredand mCJlsuredand nieisuredand
and marked and paid for afthc local land landotfice Jnndotfice landotuice
otfice otficeThere otuiceThere
There shall S be set apart for private prIv ate and andexclusive andexclusive andexclusive
J exclusive usc of the Uintah Indians a asmull amull aimull
mull tract of this th Umber land which whichshall whichI whichshall
shall be b maintained as a permanent source sourceof sourceof OUrCeof
I of timber for their benefit There shall shallalso shallalso shallalsabe
also alsabe be set aside a 160acre tract of coal coalland conilaner coalI
I land on Farm creek for the exclusive e CIU sive uso usoof useof USOI
I of the Indians IndiansOpening IndiansOpening IndiansOpening
Opening of Reservation ReservationSenator ReservationSenator ReservationSenator
Senator Smoot Introduced another bill billprescribing billprescribing billPrescribing
prescribing the manner pf 9 opening the theUlntah the1Jnt3oh theUlntah
Ulntah Indian reservation It provides providesthat provIdesthat providesthat
that on March 10 1905 Dt the date set by
the existing exlstln law unallotted lands except exceptIng exceptleg
Ing such traots as may have been set aside asideas
as national forest reserve shall s all be dis dlsposed disposed disposed
posed of under homestead and townsite townsltelaws townsitelaws townsitelaws
laws and an shall be ooened by b presidential presidentialproclamation presidentialproclamation presidentialproclamation
proclamation which yrociamation shall shallprescribe shaHprtscrlb shaltlrSscrIbe
prescribe the manner in which lands may maybe ma maybe r rbe
be settled upon u > on occupied and entered enteredNo enteredNo enteredNo
No jjerson shall be entitled to enter any anyof anyor anyof
of said lands until sixty days from the thetime thetime thetime
time when the proclamation Issues IssuesRljrhts IssuesRhhts IssuesRIghts
RIghts Of honorably discharged dlsa arged soldiers soldiersand soldlersand soldiersand
and sailors of the civil Spanish and Phil Philippine PhilIppine PhilIppin ¬
ippine wars shall not be abridged All Alllands Alllands Alllands
lands opened open d to settlement and entry un under under under ¬
der this act remaining undisposed undispo8oooat undispo8oooatthe of at atthe atthe
the expiration of five years ears shall be sold soldfor soldor soldfor
for or cash by the secretary of the interior interiorpot interiortIot interiorDot
pot more than 610 40 acres to one person personProceeds personProceed personPrcecds
Proceeds from this th1 sale shall bo b applied appliedas
as provided In the act of May 27 7 i 1902 1902Senator 100Senator 1P0 1P0Senator
Senator Smoot also Introduced a bill billproviding bUlproviding billproviding
providing that whenever land to which whichtho whichthe whichthe
the Indians of the United States hae havecolor haecolor haecolor
color of title may be appropriated by bycongress b bcongress bycongress
congress for public use other than in inaccordance Inaccordance Inaccordance
accordance with treaties such Indians Indiansshall IndillnSshall lndPaflsshall
shall be allowed to Institute suits In the thecourt thecourt thecoUrt
court of claims against the United States StatesThis StatesThis StatesThis
This court shall determine dotermInethe the amount amountofdamages amountor amountofdamages
ofdamages or damages When damages are awarded awardedthe awardede awardedti awardedthe
the e sums so awarded Q shall 1l be e amid D ds dsXo out outof outof
of the ti thetreasuas treasure e u as sielf f as a CQstg of suit suitXo suitNo
Xo part of f the money m011 monoythtItudjudged y thuifTiajudged thpttfudged to tobe tobe tobe
be due du Indians In luns shall be withheld wlth eld from fromequal fromequal fromequal
equal distribution among all living mem members memI ¬
I bers of r a tribe or tribe emore more than thantwentyfive thantwentY1ie thantwentyfhe
twentyfive years etlrs after judgment Is ren rendered rend rondered ¬
dered deredIn d re reIn S SIn
In any an suits instituted undeir this act actthe actth actth
the th attorney attorI has to be b the choice of at atleast atleast atleast
least twothirds two thlrds of the Indians Interested Interestedand tnt std stdand
and his combined fees shall not exceed 20 20per 0 0per oper
per cent of the sums of judgment and andnot andnot andnot
not b nt above 2M 10 MO 0 in any an one oU case caseSenator cascS caseSenator
Senator S nator Smoot also introduced IDtrodue a bill billauthorizing bllI billauthorizing
authorizing Ute secretary of o war r to de deliver deJher deliver ¬
I liver to Utah Ct h Indian war veterans vttera S three thrteI threeplereikf
I 1 pieces plereikf o of old field fI ld ordnance with gun car carj carriages
I j riagee riag caissons cals ons and harness harnessPARK harneSaI j ja
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PARK CITYS MORTALITY MORTALITYDeath MORTALITYDeath MORTALITYDeathof
Death Deathof of Foreman of Ontario Mill MillOther MilIOther MillOther
Other Deaths DeathsPark DeathsPark DeathsPark
Park City Clt Jan 25 5TIWf TMs morning n after aftera afteralt
a alt illness mn of some 111 ay Cornielance OornielanceBresnahan CornielanceBresnahan Cornielancel3resnahan
Bresnahan foreman at the u Ontario mil mildied mildied mUdied
died of pneumonia Deceased has hR been beenin bPe bPeIn
in Park OUy about two years eatt1 and n cairn cairnere eamt1er cameere
1er ere from BhUllpb Ihmlp Philllpaberg btr r Mont He H was wasa
a man about aboutl 1 t years of age and leaves a aife aife atife
tife ife and one child Funeral arr arran arrange arrangenients nge ngeirtents e enfent
irtents are under way Vat but nothing nothi g definite definite1ms dfflnitrhas definhllhas
has been be < > n settled upon a and d the exact date datevrlll daterill lat latutll
vrlll not be known until tomorrow or oruJatil > r runtil runtIl
until after a 1IiII1 special nl meeting meetJngoC of the Park ParkCity ParkI IsrkCit
City Cit lodge JU < lCf > ICb 7WB 731 n P O KIks EI 8 which whichwill whlellwill whichwill
I will be held this evening to make ar arrangements arrn arrangement5 ¬
rangements rn ment for the th furtent1 funeral air ir Bras Bresrttthan DreHathfJn Bras15mm
rttthan was a ft member m mber CHell Gate Lodge Lodgeof Lodqeof
of relk PfIkeIn in MUwftula Mont MauiWith 1Qt1 ti b 1 1WKli A AU
j With U t Ute r death of Mrs Fr FreU < r Stephen StephenIlark St StepluesIark pbat pbatIark
Iark City I hWf loses W > B on one < of if her hel01df oldest t land landnmrks lundmnrk hnlmarks
marks and best citizen Ths T11 lady laid was yaloorn waslx wiatvrn >
lx oorn > rn In Kngland over qvr seventy s nt y yere esrtl Hrw ago agoand agoI agoand
I and has been he JI In Park City it for twenty twentyyear tW tveigtyyears > lty ltyI
I year Her h ibiid > PVeS > Stephen Stephenwas me fitephfiawas hfttJ hfttJwaf
I was one > of th > best ritiietM riUile 8 of P Park ParkcIty ParkCity rk rkCity
City and for a immber of fJ years tKfB vrap va in inPfiblic inc inpzbiie
Pfiblic c officeJi ofICk tfO here r e esr i sr He d diad d wbout t five fiveyears fiveyears
Ij Ijhaown
years ago Mr Sl Stiwns tarn WHS wp weU weUKnown weliInown
Known In Park City andSuit and felt 1 Mke kr and andlama andlolls andLs
lolls II large lntnibir ulnJ r oftrj ufrien4iQwho n 00 will wlJl1J willIC
1J IC Jflend to II iCarn > nn of r hth dvtitffe dradeelam
I lama lm Diupftn DI who Yh Jfa w inured i Jued about aboutthree aboutthree ahuiiitbre
three moiitSn ageIn ago p lnt1tc In cQ thc c sHv lv Klucmine Kbasrilile Klan Klanidsc
mine died thill thi mornitir na nnrnin rnlft at f t In Park ParkCfty Parktho1 PorkCtt3
Cfty tho1 he iojftai < i Hal tal fr tram m1 his Is Injury The dead deadn d des12jul11 3d 3dmalt
n malt ti when first tir < t hurt was thought to have havesustained haesustaJrwd ha hasustained
sustained onlyIB QnlY a severe fracture of the thethigh thethigh lii liithigh
thigh bi lnl t with pg Uh time the patient i1t i IPIIL nt grew grewwTe grwwIpe gr grrrse
wIpe and pi t 1 lenpth In h his r rovecy was wasgiven WaiI wi wigiven
given I ven out as 3 toubiful e1n1J nilfu tu I un a result re ult uitcompliCi4tinhiM of ofcomplleatloiMi firoompllMUoq
complleatloiMi oompllMUoq which set In n Deceased Deceasedvius fleeeaaciI
I vius as a y yeung ur n man and Rn hail been in Park ParkCity ParkOt Park1t
City Ot 1t hot a abort hot tQrt tro tl hater l torf hi Injury InjuryITe InjunHe inJiirlTe
ITe was wgt a DRKinber 9 1H r of the he A O H of this thisplace thisp thisp8ep
place p and Dd hisfuneral Itlstfuaera wi will MkeJy MkeJ b be con conducted conducted lO lOdlctel coydiited ¬
ducted vnddr andiJrb the tb gi a = pice of that Qt order orderplace orderTheftine orderThft orderThi
Thi Theftine Thft tunfltlot fineaI i of th Jnwmtnaoyhter lnlaJs t aehter nter of ofJin uflam ofTxn
lam i ttttuney 1thaIl4 1Iuzie wi wil l fx k h hCI Q thnj t thtg h afternoon afternoonf altrnooihorn
f horn f omtbe tb Methodist tefhodt t ohuch ohuchh ehuSehirhi < huicbhJ
rhi h hJ JiUrHa MoawttMH loni4I Ben Telephone Telephonej TflephoneOOIUIHUI Telephoneooinpiliiy
j company have been Improving Tmtruvla their KVH KVHtern iM iMitem yo yoLOin
item tern Ir I this town and have b bl i j tring trtn trtn1IIg trtnglug
1 lug P new line of win vii ddoiia eIig u ICmulre ICmulreMw n1Ptre n1Ptreave rnpIreave
ave u uM ue ueV
V Mw M lrs K t t D > Hurlbut will eniprtniii e rtaPnln rtaPnlnfort in inforniaUi in informally ¬
formally fort aJfy on on Friday Frida vpnlng avpntngtaeena vpnlngV J Jn
V aeena r n Ure > bet heir flir Hscd sed a ar tn as Asa a sult re result rpvlt ¬
sult vlt of the Rood weather we < < which has hesn hesnhere h hinhere > n nhCf
here hCf for some time The snow has goii goiio JOI1the g ii iioil >
o oil th the road n near ar town so o that It is now nowiirpocgible nfJWhrIlItPble nowiuiosidble
iirpocgible to r rse e ulelgrh in transporting transportln transportlnorlq
ors o from or coal to th thp hi mln ml mlThe miDai miDaifle w wThe
The njarsjial nrs t1Jaw lw 1qi a force Ct f 1 men at atwork fitwork atvnl1
work vnl1 clearing fh i1 > III iiWpasJk B tY1lIk U I < ff the thetown tJ1eftwn tilelewit
town of the Ice wbiflh wbi h luiiRccumulatol luiiRccumulatolP lUi acctUnumt04 acctUnumt04undtll aceuu1ateilirilil
undtll irilil Ia mld rnakingUie g We < wM 1 t rfo rfoPROVO tdt tdtPROVO
P PROVO RO VO NEWS N NOtES NO NOtESProve OXESProvo E EProvo
Provo Jan iS 5Sanator Senator Loose expects expectsto
to leave for Bodlo Boil I Cal ai tomorrow to be beDont beSfETT beDont
Dont hesitate hesitateIn h 8itate
SfETT STETTp In obtaining Dbta nlnr a abottle ati
0 ti m bottle of the theBitters LheBitters
w CELEIRATED Bitters when whenyour
your appetite appetitefails appetitefall5
fails or your yourslebpls yourf1
slebpls f1 ° pls rcstle rcstleJThCti it itTbc <
Tbc 2 2ijr > are arewarnings arcwarnlnlH
ijr warnings o ostomach f fstomach fI
I i stomach troub troubles troubles
les that mustbo mustbonceaed must mustljeef be benccdec1
451 nceaed The xncBitters TheBitters
ef sPt1tJt Bitters ril U set setthe getthe
the stomach stomachright stomncbright
4ii 4iiik right and cure cureNausea cureNausea
Nausea NauseaIlidfcastlon NauseaIulfd
Ilidfcastlon IlidfcastlonDyspepsia Iulfd l n nUTOM
ik UTOM t3TOMAGH CH Dyspepsia DyspepsiaChills Dyspcp ia iaQ
TERS R 5 Chills ChiiIsCtder Colds or orMalarial
1 Q IT T T E Malarial Fever
gone several dayg daY itlook to t look after ati Some gomeot omeit of
his mirihur ml 1ln2 interests InterestsE
E S SJohnson Johnson aged agedl 21 and Lilly Hales Halesajjed Hlesa Halesaged
aged a cd 20 both of Spanish Fork Were mar married married martied ¬
ried here today by b County Count Clerk Gee Ge
Isaac Wallof WalloCIa Wallsbunr sbtlrz was here to ¬
day da and reports re > orts the death of Alpheus AlpheusMonday
1Itcham b1 a giant Powder explosion
Monday Monda afternoon at the mouth of the thenorth thenorth thenorth
north fork < of f Provo canyon where here Me Mecham Mecham Mechant
cham and a brother were working w rklng a pros prospect prospect prospoet ¬
pect The victim of the accident was
thawing thaw1n giant powder by bJ a stove in a
tent The powder exploded and killed
him instantly Nearly early all his head was10m was
torn from his body 1 > 0 < 11 and 4itd d carried a coo coosiderable considerabJe eonsiderable
siderable distance by the force of the theexplosion theexplosion theexplosion
explosion and the body was terribly torrlblyman torrlblymanoled man mangled mannled ¬
gled The deceased was the son of ofJohn ofJohnL John JohnL
L Mecham of Waltaburs who is over overon overon overon
on a mission to the southern slater stat Ho Howas Howas
was 23 years ears of age ageAn ageAn
An Interesting gathering thering was held last lasti lastovenlng lastovening
i evening In the Maeser In honor of the thegraduates thcgraduanos thegraduates
graduates which is the first class of grad gradUates
uates from the Maeser The parents var nts of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the graduates gave a banquet which wan wanattended wasattended
attended by the graduates in whose hose honor
It was given Principal Jorgensen nnd nndthe andthe
the teachers and members of the board boardof
of education ed An Interesting Into restin programme programmewas prOSTa mmc mmcwas
was given by b the thepupils thepupilsTomorrow pupils pupilsTomorrow I1UplIsle
Tomorrow about a a hundred hunters e will willleave willleade
J1rt fhru rcgr
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leave le Provo over the Rio Grande WeeK WeeKernk Weaternfor
ernk ern ernfor for Mt It Pleasant where they will willengage willen willengage
engage en ge In a rabbit hunt huntFuneral huntFUneral V
Funeral services over 0 the remains of ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs John I n l Dennis will wlllbo be held In the theSixth th thSixth
Sixth Sixthwardnew ward new meeting me Ung house tomorrow tomorrowcommencing tomorrowcommencing tomorrowcommencing
commencing at 10 oclock oclockThe oclockThe oclockThe
The board of education cduyation has fixed tho thopresent thopresent thepresent
present school year ear at nine months monthswhich monthswhl monthswhi
which whl h will make the schools schoolselose close June JUI JUIGraduation i iGraduation 2 2Graduation
Graduation exercises of r the public publicschools pUblicscho01s publicschools
schools will be given on Thursday even evening evenIng evening ¬
ing in the opera house On Friday Frltia fore forenoon torenoon forenoon ¬
noon promotions will be conducted In the thovarious thevarious thevarious
various schools In tho afternoon a party partywill partywill
will be given for the children on the Mo Mozart Mozart j
zart pavilion and onefor one for the graduates graduatesin
in InTh The the e eS Seventh S evening eveningThe rIfgrndc grade pupils of the Maescr lIa Macmrschool ser t I Ischool I Isrho01 I
school rave ave an interesting entertainment entertainmentof
of an educational 1 nature in the Maeser laescJ i ischool
school this evening venln attended by a large largenumber largenumber largenumber I
number of parents and friends friendsPATRICK friendsPATRICK friendsPATRICK
S PATRICK HARRINGTONS DEATH DEATHEureka DEATHS DEATHEureka i iEUreka
Eureka Utah Jan 25 SPatrlck Patrick Harring ¬
ton died here at 2 1 oclock this morning morningof
of miners consumption He came here herefrom herefrom herefrom
from Pioche Nov N twentythree twcntt ree years yearsago yearsago eur5 eur5ago
ago and was well known under the sobri sobriquet sobriquet ¬
quet of Pioche He was 5S years ears of ofage orage ofage
age a miner min r by b occupation O 1IUon and unmar unmarried unmarrIed nmurned ¬
ried Funeral services will m be held at
3 oclock tomorrow Thursday In Eu Eureka Eureka
reka and interment will be in the city citycemetery clt cltcemetOr citycemetery 1
cemetery cemeteryMoney cemetOr cemetOrMoney cemeteryMoney
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Money enough to buy a abox abo abox
box bo of pills pillsThen pillsThen pillsThen
Then be thankful It means so somuch soI somuch
I much to have a box of Ayers AyersPills AyersPills
I Pills always in the house Just J Justone use
one pill at bedtime now and andthen andthen andthen
then and you need have no fear fearof
I of bilious attacks indigestion indigestionsickheadaches indigestionsickheadaches indigestionS
S sickheadaches constipation constipationSold constipationSold constipationSold
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especially In this high dryr dry cli climate cllmate climate ¬
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f skin and should always alwa sbe be used usedafter USEdI usedafter
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i and imparts a soothing sensation sensationbesides sensatilII serisatjnbasidee
I besides being b ing thoroughly anti antiseptic antiseptie antiseptic ¬
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folding Daily DailyBe Be One of the theMany theMany theMany
Many Fortunate Buyers BuyersThe V VLest
Lest you forget permit us to again saythis is the last GREAT GREATSale Tn TnSale
Sale of the season and only Today Friday Saturday noW remain retaainin
in which you may avail yourself of the years most sensational sensationalBargainBuying sensationalBrgainBuying
BargainBuying BargainBuyingThe V
The following Tells a Wondrous Tale Worth WorthReading WorthReadingBut WorthReadingBut
Reading ReadingBut But Hundreds and Hundreds Hundredsof
of Other Equally Good Items ItemsAre ItemsAre V VAre
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IN EAC LACE CURTAIN SECTION SECTIONBrussels SECTIONI
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I Brussels net curtains eurt ins reduced reducedthe the 25 2 to 1350 1350the 18Othe
the 20 to 10 the 1250 to 9 the 10 to 750 750Arabian 750Arabian T50Arabian
Arabian curtains reduced reducedthe the 40 to 20 the the1i
12 to 9 the 7 to 5 the 5 to 350 350Ruffled 350f 350Ruffled
f Ruffled curtains reduced reducedthe the 350 50 to 2 the tneI
j I 175 to 1 the 150 to 90c the 1 to 65c 65cNottingham 65cNottingham 65cXottingliam
Nottingham curtains reduced reducedthe the 9 to 6J25 6J25the 625the 65the
the 5 to 275 the 275 to 185 the 50c to 35c a apair aDair apair
pair S
pairColored
Colored curtain lawns lawns25c 25c for lOc Sash cur curtain curtain curtam ¬
tain tam nets nets125 125 a yard for 50c the 35c to 75c for for25c far25c for25c
25c
IN DRAPERY DRAr RY SCTION SECTIONUpstairs SCTIONl SCTIONUpstairs
l Upstairs Take elevator elevatorAll elevatorAll levatorAll
All portieres reduced reducedthe the 30 0 to 1650 the
18 to 1375 the 15 to 10 the 9 to 550 the the3S35
325 to 2 2Lot 2Lot 2Lot
Lot of Tapestries velours silks silksthe the 250 a ayard ayard ayard
yard up to 3 a yard for 1 the 1 to 2 for 50c 50cEntire 50cIN SOcWOMNS
IN WOM WOMNS NS NCKVAR SfCTION SfCTIONEntire SCTIONEntire
Entire collection coUlctionof of collars coilars350 350 50 down to 1 1each 1eahHALF 1eachHALF
each eahHALF HALF PRICED PRICEDCrepe PRICEDCrepe PRICEDV
V Crepe scarfs searfs2 2 to 12 each eachIIALF HALF PRICED PRICEDChiffon PRICEDChiffonnnd PRICEDChiffon
Chiffon Chiffonnnd and liberty silk plaitings plaitings1 1 a yard to to to8HALF o os1IALF
8 8HALF HALF PRICED PRICEDTen PRICEDTen PRICEDTen
Ten pieces dotted black nets ncts1 1 up to 2 a ayard ayard ayard
yard for for65c for65cIN 65c 65cIN
IN SHOE SCTION SECTIONBoys
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Boys and youths shoes reduced from 250 to
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195 a pair pairMisses pairj
j Misses and childrens shoes reduced from 2 2and 2I 2I
I and 225 to to145 145 14 a pair the 250 and 3 3195 3195I 195 195Womens V
Womens V omens 4 to 6 a pair shoes shoes345 J45 45 the 250 250and 250I 250and
I I and 3 to to195 to195I to195ir 195 195Best
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I S Best lot of boys overcoats all new 11CwstiI styles of this thisseason thiS thiSj th thseason
j season tourist and Russian sold at at3 3 up to 15 15each 15eachHALF 5 5I
I each caehHALF HALF PRICES PRICESBoys PRICESi PRICESBoys
i Boys Bo s suits suitsdoublebreasted doublebreasted threepiece Nor Xorfolk Norfolk or
I folk sailor styles st stylesthe lesthe the S 10 reduced redu ed to 8 the 850 850reduced 850rcduCg S50reduced
reduced to b38 the 350 reduced to 488 the
5 to 325 325Charming
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I Charming collection of prettiest prtti t white dresses dressesfor dressesI dressesfor
for one and twoyear tots tot totsi 7 each cn h and all the be betwfpii beI betw
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