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THE SAJT Q AT P L T KE HER TJDFRIDtY T t FEB 17 i 1905 i H
J I i o of this amount is rocoffnicoa racognlopypsident
T r president discusses at it length l ngth the ttienegotiations therg theiegtiattong
negotiations rg thtfoIW that have taken tal ten place
looking looltln to the th collection of these debts debtsand debtsInri debtsv1
and v1 says that as the theforelgngoycrn theforelgngoycrnmpntD foreign govern ¬
ments wore erc put off frpmtime fr intlm to t timp tim
they thE became Importunate Impor1 te in J pressing > r sf 1S
their t unsatisfle unsatisrIeft jl demands continuing CoitUn coiunuln lng
tta U t president says saysAs saYSAs
As the th result of chronic disorders disordersAttended
Attended with a constant const increase or
debt the state of things in Santo Do Doir DoITlngo Doirtngo
ir ITlngo ingo has become hopeless unless the
JT T ited States or some some other strong
K vtrnment rnment shall Interpose to bring or
Of I Ip out of the th chaos Either we must mustabandon mustlv1ldon
abandon our duty under our traditional traditionalpolicy tradiUonalpoUcy
policy toward the Dominican people peopleQ
ho Q aspire to a republican form of ofccvrrnment ofL ofcsernment
ccvrrnment L frnment while they the are actually
drifting Into a condition of permanent permanenta
a I t ar Jrh rlW hy in 1 which case w we must permit permitf
f nv 11 other government to adopt its itsu Itc Itctl Itstt
u ti measures in order to safeguard safeguardown
i1 own interests or else we must our ourPS ourCo
PS Co take tal seasonable and appropriate appropriatea appropriatePlan
a Urn kcr < n
Plan Suggested SuggestedIt
It I F suggested by b the president that thata thatplotn
a plan could be adopted adoptedn in regard te r to toaiito
aiito on to Domingo similar to that th thatln tjn rithe tlis 91
P PJttt > tt amendment am > ndmont for the government
f tuba uha It would be practicable and a asolution anutfQJl anutloii
solution to the problem The message messagecomludes messageoldudp messageontud
comludes ontud as follows followsVe foHowsP
W Ve P on our part are simply per perolrnlng perOlining
forming in a peaceful manner not only
Jth th the cordial acquiescence but in ini Inordance InC
i < trordance with the earnest request of ofia ofe
ia e government concerned part of that thatnternatlonal thatntprnatfonal
nternatlonal duty which is necessar
ly I involved In the assertion of the Mon Monoe fon fonOP
OP doc doctrine trine It Is In the highest degree degreecTssary degreessnry
cTssary ssnry that we should prove by our ourir
ir 1 tlon tIo that the world may trust in our ourood ourood
ood faith and may understand that
his international duty v slll > IU be per perormed pertlDld
armed by b b3 us within our own sphere
t the Interest not notmerel notmerely merely of ourselves ourselvesut
ut of all other nations and with strict
Justice toward all If this Is done a ageneral aNJoral
general neraI acceptance of the Monroe doc docrlnt
f rlnt Ine will In the end surely follow followind followmd
ind this will mean an increase of the thesphere thephcre
sphere with peace ful measures measuresor
or tho settlement of Interna Internacnal Interna1al Internaonal
cnal 1al difficulties gradually dls dls1i
la lac InS those of a warlike warIIl e character characterPrompt characterPrompt characterPrompt
Prompt Action Needed NeededWe NeededWe NeededWe
We can point with just pride to toAhat
Ahat hat we have done In Cuba as a aguar aguarmtee aguarintee guar guarintee
intee of our good faith faithI
11 I call attention to the urgent need needprompt
> t prompt action tih t this matter We Weov
ov 0 have a great opportunity to secure secureejfe secure secureJe
ejfe > Je and stability in the island with withut wlthmt withUt
ut > friction or bloodshed by acting In Inir Inlronlance
ir lronlance ordance with the cordial invitation
If f the govermental authorities them themfvP3 thempg I
Jr fvP3 4 pg 5 It will be unfortunate from tromr fromry
Hery r ry standpoint if wa fail to grasp this thisi thisPPoItunfty
i pportunity for such failure will prob probibly probtbly
tbly mean Increasing revolutionary
lolenee in Santo
Domingo and very v ry
icsilbly 10slbl O ibly r embarrassing foreign com comluationn crim
luationn 11 < < tUonA In II addition This proto protoil
il i affords a practical test of the efll efllricy cliirc
11 ricy rc < y of the United States Stat s govern govefnent goe1nit govern0T1t
ent it In maintaining the Monroe doc
ineThe IrilThe ine iteThe >
The protocol or agreement conforms confonrjsi
i t all essentials with the outline here hereofora hereorore
ofora published publishedREBUTTAL publishedREBUTTAL
i
REBUTTAL REBUTTALEVIDENCE EVIDENCE EVIDENCEDoctor
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Denver Doctor Being Tried For Murj Mur Murder Murder
der in Missouri MissouriN
N Nw pw w London Mo Feb 16 l6The l6Theos The Thero
ro os uUon today beganthe began the introduc introducpn Introducon
pn on O3 or r evidence in rebuttal in the case
Ir T Jones Watson of Denver Denverlugged Dener1igld DenverL
lugged L god with the th murder of his wife ICe
hr h dfense d fense closed its ease by placing
r Watson 1Vlt on on the stand He declared declaredIf I Irlratli
rlratli If ath of his wife was due to an ani an1UIL
i J 1UIL it < nl it Mrs Watson was killed while whileTig whUeg whilerg
Tig g in II a buggy with her husband husbandi
i irs < ution claiming that she was wasivu wasi wasand
ivu i Jir < < 1 and the conditions < under underrit
rit h I hi h body hod was found artificially artlficlall artlficlallTud artificiallytnrd I
Tud n mxl to bearout bear out the hypothesis hypothesisiiit
iiit t H she sh
was the victim of a runaway
idcnt idcntOCAL >
OCAL SNOW DUE TODAY TODAYZigher TODAYugher TODMLigher r
Zigher Temperature Through This ThisHegion ThisRegion ThiS
S Region While Preezing Wea Weather Weather Weather ¬
ther Prevails in East EastIorii EastP1UTU Eastrnii
Iorii Indications given out at the thei th S SC
i t a lrh h r bureau last evening It is not L
Iiktly that 1 Salt Lake will vi1l be visited isited isitedfJl I IoLionsi
01 oLionsi xc IonHl flurries of snow today
It stationary st UonarJ temperature The tem temutturf t tenttir m mturc
utturf turc ifl if comparatively high from I
VKh jh h Columbia on the northwest to touthrmerh toJthclstf u
uthrmerh Jthclstf th tstorh > r California and east to top toco t
p meridian passing through Grand GrandTVtKn Grludtkn 1 1ti
TVtKn tkn ti fl There Is a high area just justu t trn
JU u h of O Salt Lake and to the east eastr eastsi
r 1d J of that zone there is a low lowF lowp 1o r rF
F f Wyoming local TOOW FDO was pre preUd pretrd preti
Ud for last night and today through throughsouthern throu1huthfrn 1 1uther
southern uthfrn portion while for fo the theIrthprn th C Corthorn
Jorth Irthprn rn Jart fair weather was ex exed oxT
ietred < T ed The barometer was highest hi hst t
Jv r 1 the northern and middle Rocky Rockyaritains RocKYITtains flock V Vurtains
aritains South Atlantic east eas Gulf f
tites bti t ites > s and the Ohio valley and low lowst lowst w wIt
st ocr the southern Pacific states statesppr staespp S Sppcr
ppr ppcr < r Mississippi valley southern a
lf3U ami nrl the southwest southwestiFrrzirg 60uthwE6tt
iFrrzirg t 4 temperature extended to the theun th hp hpor C Ce
or un ul1Il J Florida and zero tempera tempeTaI
Li I I1 r was reported over portions of the th C
Ho valley aJI lake region and New Eng Engnd Engnd
< nd Pre ipitation occurred over por poro poros
o os s of JTtah tab California Colorado Coloradozor Coloradczora
I zona zor a New > W Mexico Michigan Penn Pennjvaniu Pennani Pennaii
jvaniu ani and New York It was snow snowyesterday snowystcrday
0 yesterday at Modems and Sault Saultt t tt
t Marlfv Mari 11111 and raining at Yuma Los LosTjrrlra Losr Lo S SY
Tjrrlra r = rlr5 i Hd > rd San Francisco
CZAR PRESIDES PRESIDESOVER PRESIDESOVERCQUNL
I OVER 0 OVERCQUNL OVERCQUNLeal VE r R COWL COWLReal CQU GJL GJLr
Real R eal Cabinet May MayBe Be Evolved as a aResult aResult
Result Resultj ResultPUTiLOFF ResultPUTILOFF ResultUTILOFF j
PUTiLOFF P WORKMEN rbUT rbUTRUMORED OUT OUTRUMORED OUTLJMORBD
RUMORED R RESIGNATION OF M MVJTTE MVJTTE M MWJTTE
VJTTE VJTTESt
St Petersburg Feb 17 l7Emperor l7EmperorNicholas 17Emperoricholas Emperor EmperorNicholas
Nicholas N icholas today toda presided ovor a coun council council counii ¬
cil c ii In the Imperial imperinlJala palace tdt at Tsarskoe TsarskoeSelo Tssarslcoeelo 1sarskotSelo
Selo S elo All th ministers have been
Jeen sum summoned summoned sumoned ¬
moned m oned for the purpose of discussing discussingthe dlscu ln lnthe
the t he advisability of transforming tra the thepresent thepresent theresent
present p unofficial council of ministers ministerswhich ministerswhich
which w hich is called at irregular intervals intervalsy
by b y the president Into a cohesive cabi cabinet cablet tbl tblnet ¬
net n et meeting into a respectable body io d dun y
undje un u ndpr e the presidency of the emperor emperorHAVE emperor4HAVE emperorHAVE
HAVE NEW COMPLAINT COMPLAINTEmployes COMPLAINTEmployes COMPLAINTEmployes
Employes of Putlloff Works Worksbemand WorksbemandRelease Demand DemandRelease DemandiRelease
J
Release of Comrades ComradesSt
St Petersburg Pet rsburg Feb 16 liThe The em employes emploes ¬
ployes p of the Poutiloff works appearod appearedat
at a t the works today todH but insfad of re resuming resuming reuming ¬
suming s their tasks demanded as a5condltlQn u uconditlgn aondhti
conditlgn c ondhti is of going to work the release releaseor
or o r their comrades who l1 are under ar arrest arrest r rest ¬
rest r est Similar action a Uon was taken by b the themen themen themen
men of the Neva works Upon other othergrounds othergrounds otherrounds
grounds g the workmen again went out outat outat outt
at a t the FrancoRussian works thd th Rus RusspAmerican Rusb9Amerfcal1
spAmerican b Rubber works wol1 < s yie 1le St Stetersburg
Petersburg P car works and the Nicholas Nicholasrailroad Nicholosrailroad
railroad r shops Considerable mystery mysterysurrounds my ter terfurrounds
surrounds s the recrudescence of the thestrike thetrke thetrtke
strike s trke nlovemlnt movement It bing rumored rumoredthat rumoredthat
that t Father Gopon is I again directing directingoperations dlrcctingop
operations op o > rnUons through his lieutenants lieutenantsCABINET lieutenantsCABINET
CABINET QUARREL QUARRELM
M Witte Alleged to Have Resigned ResignedHis
His Position PositionSt PositionStPetersburg
St StPetersburg Petersburg Feb 16 745 7 45 p m mM ni niZII mM
M Wltte Ute according to the th latest rt rtIMHt r rport
port p ort has resigned his hisposition position > as pres president rresid ¬
ident id i > nt of th committee of ministers on onaccount onaccount onccount
account a of differences with Minister of ofAgriculture ofAgriculture
Agriculture Yermoloff ermolol over over the con conduct c n nduct ¬
duct d uct of the proceedings of that body bd bdoI
M oI Yermoloflf Yermolof is probably the most lib liberal lb lberal Pbral ¬
eral c ral of Emperor Em eror Nicholas NJ holas ministers ministersenjoying ministersnjoing
enjoying now according to the th story stOr
the t he complete favor of the th emperor He Heopenly Heopenly Hepenly
openly o oz advocates adolte summoning summon In a zemsky zemskyzabor zemskzabor zemskyabor
zabor z The report reJrt is not confirmable confirmabient confrabie confrabiet
nt a t this hour but receives crednce in insome inore inome
some s ore usually usualy wellinformed welInformed quarters quartersMANY quarter quarterMANY quartersMANY
MANY RUMORS RUMORSHard RUMORSHard RUMORSHard
Hard to Get the Real Truth in St StPetersburg StPeterburg StPetersburg
Petersburg PetersburgSt PeterburgSI
St SI Petersburg Feb 16 16Ztany 16Many Many ru rumors rumors rumors ¬
mors are current of ministerial and andmitarJ andmilitary
military mitarJ changes including a report reportthat reportthat
that t war Minister 1nlster Sakhnroff Sakhnror may rmy b bsent bsEnt bent <
sent s ent to relieve General
sEnt rlec Kuropatkin n and andalso andalso andalso
also one to the effect efect that M Bouligan Bouliganminister BouHganmJnlster Bouhigaximinister
minister of the interior Is not in sym sympathy sympath synspathy ¬
pathy path with the situation situaton and may re retire retre reire ¬
tire tre t ire in favor of General G ncral Trepoft Trepof gov grovernor governor governor
ernor general of St Petersburg Peters burS The Thesuccessor Thesuccessor Theuccessor
successor s of M l Muravieff Muravief former forme min minister minIster mm mmter ¬
ister i ter of justice justce appointed ambass ambassador ambassadorat dor dorat
at Rome has not yet been appointed appointedAlmost appointdAlmost d dAlmost
Almost anything anything is likely tkely to happen happenbut happenbut happenbut
but nothing definite can be ascertained ascertainedM a
M 1 Annensky Annensk editor edior of Russian RussianWealth Russianeath RussianWealth
Wealth eath who ho was arrested simultane simultaneously simultaneousl simultaneousiy ¬
ously ousl with wih Maxim laxim Gorky Gork th author authorand authorand authorand
and reform leader was released reeas d yester yesterday yes yesterlay ter tertn ¬
day tn Upon his appearance before a ascientific ascientfc ascientific
scientific scientfc society last night he was re receivel received I
celved with wih get great enthusiasm enthusiasmONLY enthusiasmONLY enthusiasmONLY I
ONLY FOUR IN CUSTODY CUSTODYRussia CUST CUSTODYRussia DY DYRussia
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Russia Dealing Dealng Leniently Lenienty With the theConspirators theConspirators theConspirators I
Conspirators ConspiratorsSt
St Petersburg Petersburs Feb 17 1 2 a m mMembership mMemberhlp inMembership
Membership Memberhlp in a secret organization organizationformed organizton organiztonfored organizationformed
formed fored in 1903 to incite strikes and andpromote anr andpromote
promote revolution revoluton is one of the charg charges ¬
es brought brught against M f Annensky Annensk edi editor editor editor ¬
tor of Russian Wealth and als als also < > prob probably prb prbabl probably ¬
ably abl Involving Maxim axlm
Gorky and ind the theother theother theother
other members of o the delegation delegaton who whowere whowere whewere
were were arrested with wln Gorky Gork and Annen Annenslcy Anuensky
sky
slcyM
M L r Annensky Annensk whose five fve terms in the
fortress under arrest have made the theirfterlor th thherior
Ulterior of the fortress fortres of St Peter Peterand Peterand Peterand
and St St Paul Pa 1 thoroughly familiar famiar to tohim tohim Ichim
him told the Associated Press Pres yester yesterday yesterda yesterday ¬
day da that he had also been required requiredto requir < d dto
to plead to to the charge of I formulating formulatingantigovernmental formulatng formulatngantgovernmental formuiatinlantigovernmental
antigovernmental antgovernmental proclamations proclamatols he hepenalty hcpenalty h hpenalty
penalty for which offense ofense is banish banishment banishlent banishinent ¬
ment lent for life lfe to Siberia but that no noproof nopror ncproof
proof pror was offered ofered of either eiher charge chargeMAnnensky
MAnnensky lfAnnensk3 said sid the prosecutor showed showedhim showedhim showehim
him the draft drnf of an address to the thepeople the th thpeople
people alleged aleged to be in the handwrit handwriting handwritIng handwriting ¬
ing of Maxim Gorky Gork and alterations alterationsin alteratons alteratonsIn
in another hand alleged aleged to be An Annenskys Annensltys Anneirshys
nenskys Annensky declared that he hecould hecould 1i 1icould
could not identify Identf the document or orthe orthe oi I Ithe
the handwriting handwritingOnly handwritng handwritngOnly handwritingOnly
Only four of the original delegation delegationremain delegaton delegatonremain S Sremain
remain In custody custod One of these is isthe Isthe i S Sthe
the workman workan Kuzin who for a long lon
time escaped escped arrest because bcause his iden identity identt identity ¬
tity tt jfould touJd not be ascertained ascertaine by b the theolce th thpolice j
police olce but the authorities autholite continue contnue to tomake tontake P Pniske
make occasional arrests arests of others otlrs In Inconnection Inconnecton Ii Iiconnection
connection connecton with wih this matter mater Those Tho e who whi whihave i i ihave
have been released are still sti under undercharges uud r rchargEs rcharges
charges chargesIn chargEs
In the seclusion of TsarskoeSelo TsrskoeSelo the thestruggle thetruggle S Ssztruggle i
struggle over o the question e t 1 of creating creatng t
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WITH SPRING i STYLES IN INi INHATS J j 1 1HATS I
HATS HATSOur HATSc It i
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C c Our south show window today will willcontain wi j jcontain
contain an ale exhibit hibit of the te You Youmans mans
500 5 q0 hat hatin 1atin tin < spring blocks and the theR theR i
R A 300 Q hats for spring You Youcan Youh j
can get p ahead h a ad d in 1i one for lor weve wevesizes we wevesizes ve vesizes I 1
sizes and andsty styles es for all al sorts of heads headsVtijko headsr headswi
wi Vtijko r ahead in liala 1iai as in o < hor thcr tilings tilingsthat t1ilgs t1ilgsthat thiigsthat
that nidjn i wear Bo ahead of t the crowd crowdand crOwdand od odan
and an getjyi chllOad Load in ono onotodu onotoduRICH today todayJCHAROgON todu toduR
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RICH R JCHAROgON rS N A ADAM ADAMSA DAMS DAMSA > S i iA
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B 0 AWORTHINGTON A wri Dr 1S I ri trr to
B A vVqrthingtqn has assumed his hisduties
duties d uties as vice ic president presid It nt and general generalmanager
manager m anager of the Oregon Railroad Ralroad RalroadNavl RailroadNavigation
Navigation Navl aton company and associated assciated assciatedJnes
lines Jnes l In Oregon at Portland He Is a anatve
native natve n of California Calfornia was born at Sac SIC SICnlmento Sacaniento
rr ramento r Nov 20 1861 and beganhis began his hisralhay
railway r career as a a messenger boy boywith
with the Central Pacific Pacifc in 1874 He Hesucceeds
succeeds s E E Calvin former assistant assist nt
general g manager of the Oregon Short ShortLine
Line who left Jef Salt Eal Lake Llte nearly nearl a year1i year1the
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the zemsky zemsl zabor zabot is being fought out outIntimations outIntmatons
Intimations Intmatons I find their way to the pub public publc pubie ¬
lic lc l ie that one of the main factors in the thepresent th thpresent
present preent situation situaton tending to Influence Influencethe infuence infuencethe influencehe
the t he government to convene the zemsky zemskyzabor zemsltYzabor zemsicyabor
zabor z is the increasing difficulty difculy of mo mobilizing mobizing ¬
bilizing bizing reserves to replace troops troojjsbound troolJsbound troopsbound
bound for the front the belief bele being
that t if the zemsky zabor were as assembled asembled ¬
sembled s it I would either arouse arOU5f a wave waveof
of patriotism patriotsm in the country and itself itselffacilitate its itselffacilitate lf lffacitate
facilitate facitate the governments goverments task tsk or if ifit i
it i I t declared In favor of peace pec the theresponsibility the therepon
responsibility repon responsibhl ibit I ty thereof however disad disadvantageous d dma sd sdvantgeous d ¬
vantageous vantgeous the terms ters might be would wouldrest wouldrest
rest with wih the nations natons representatives representativesand r
and not with wih the rUler rUlerThe r11er r11erThe rsilerThe
The report of M 11 WIttes V1tes resignation resignationfrom resltloUon resltloUonfrom
from the presidency > of the council counci of ofministers ofministers
ministers is still in circulation crculaton but can cannot lnnot cannot ¬
not be confirmed cnfrmed M 11 VVitte Ylte was busy bus
last l ast evening on routine routne work with the thedirector thedirector
director of the tax department u aa asno It Itno f fno
no change were certain It I is well wellknown wel
known however that a campaign is isbeing I IbeIng isbeing
being beIng waged against a lnst him by men of ofinfluence ofinfiuencf
influence infiuencf who fear that his will wil may
become dominant in the present crisis crisisIt crisisIt
crsi crsiI
It I is claimed that his voice yolce will wU be for forDcace fo o oeace
Dcace DcaceIt eace eaceI
It I Is also lso asserted that M Wltte Yite has hasincurred hasincured hasincurred
incurred incured enmity on account a ount of his Ils in interventiop interv
terventiop terv nUOl in il > favor of some of the lib liberals lb lbeals ¬
orals eals who have been arrested M MWitte L
Wite Witte is i steering cautious a cutious arestd course coure in inorder Inorder LL L
order to avoid
entanglements Undoubt Undoubtedly Uu oubt oubtedly ¬
edly he will be the man of the te hour bourIf hourif
if sweeping reforms rEforms must be granted grantedLodz grnt d dLodz
Lodz Lodz Lod Factories Closed ClosedLodz ClosedLdz
Lodz Ldz Feb 16 16The The manufacturers at ata ata
a meeting mcetng this afternoon afernoon resolved reolYtd to totelegraph totelegraph
telegraph full details detais of the situation situationto siuaton siuatonthemlnlsle
to the themlnlsle minister of o finance Twentyfive Twentyfivefactories Tent five
frctories factories among hem some of the thelargest thelargest
largest in Lodz paid off or their men to today ¬
day and closed indefinitely indefinitelyThe
The men dismissed number nunih r 40000 40000Some 4000
Some other mills which hlch previously prevlouJy had hadclosed hadco
closed co ed refused to pay the strikers who whodemanded Wl10demanded
demanded money claimed eahne to be due to tothem t Iathxn
them thmAt v vAt
thxnu
At u one mill mi which thus refused yes yesterday yesterde ¬
terday terde the thl strikers spent the entire entirenight entre entrenight entIrenight
night night around the office officeThe ofce ofceThe
The city ciy is quiet qUl t this evening eveningOffice eeninS
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Office 2484 Washington s sOgden ATC ATCOgden A AOgden I
Ogden Friday Feb 17 17MAKE 17MAKE
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MAKE COUNT OF BALLOTS BALLOTSMany
Many Mny Challenges Chalenges by Both oth Sides byWch b bWhich
Which Wch Rolapp Is Ben Benefited Benouted en enefited ¬
efited efitedTho efitedTho outedThe
Tho count of the ballots balot In the proceed proceedings proceed proceedIng ¬
ings Ing ing of the Second Send district judgeship con contest contest ¬
test case cae went tin 1 tn yesterday eterday before Judge JudgeMorse Judgelorse JudgMorse e
Morse In all al fifteen ffee districts district were werecounted werecounte war warcounted
counted counte Wholesale holeale challenges chalenge were made ma e eon
on both blh sides the total number made madeduring mndodurIng madduring is
during the day da being 10L 101 Of these thec forty fortythree fot fotthree fortythree
three were made by the Howoll and fifty
Howol tlry tlryeight fiftyd
eight by b the Hamer side ldo It Is Is admitted admittedthat d 1
that most of these the challenges chulengt will 11 not be beprtss b bpresset a e
prtss presset < a at the fnal final lr presentation entaton of the thease th thcase 8
case ase and the developments during the day da dawere dawere
were not such as will wil lead led to tt any an great get getchange gras grashange
change c in the ultimate ultmate result It I Is gen generally gencrall
rally crall e ce concededthat conctdcdthat conceded that Rolapp > has rather rthor rthor1h rathehe getir ir P
1h t he bter better of thechalonges the challenges thus fur In Inthe I U Ut i
the t he sense that a a greater greate number In pro proportion proporton t
portion porton to the 1b number challenged chalenged will wl be bemore 1 e
more likely Ikelr to be unstained ustaine He is also alsothought als alshought 0 3
thought t to have gained gined a few on the he re r r rount
count c from the correction corredonuC uf errors error made madeby madby
by the judge judges The he districts dl trcw outside mae maeby of ofOgden ofOgden c cOgden
Ogden city ciy will dl likely 1 I be completed complete tocU to
day cU and the votes < tc of some of oCthe the city dls dlstriets dlstrits dimriets Cet t
triets t taken takCt uu U tt5 Considerable curiosity curloslt curlosltw
was w manifested maliCestcd over oCr the votes ote cast cat in inLlb I
Liberty Llb < t as a It It was s In that t1at district where wheretho wher here herethf B
tho thf t Im plaintiffs alleged alfged that the frosted frostedwh frostewheat ii 1
wheat wh < a t deal was engtneereawith fngfr tw1h such urn success urnCSS mcss
cess t CSS ss by b Oliver Olhct BcnrOo RcnO The ballots 1lQwed 1lQwedthat shqwed shqwedthat d dhat
that t Rolapps nnnvn name batl ha been scratched scratchedtwelve scrtched scrtchedtwclvc scratehevrclve
twelve t times tmls on otherwise OthCMII straight Demo Democratic Demoratc pemeratic ¬
cratic ratc ballots ballotsThe balow balowThe ballotsThe
The returns from frm Huntsville HuntsvIe district No Ni o
1 and Plain City Clt No 2 2 were found in bad badshape bfd bfd2hap be beshape i
shape 2hap the thl envelopes > nVlJOIf being unsealed The Therecount TherOUnt TI IC ICreCount 0
recount of those two districts was wa ob 01 01itctet1 I
j jcte itctet1 cted to by HonrcHs Hocns attorney atorne > and evi evidence evidence cv cvdence T
dence will wi likely lkely be put on to show that thatthey thatthry thi
they have not 10t bean tmpeed tampnred with The Thejudges ThejUISCs Ti e
judges jUISCs j of election locton will wI likely Ikel be Je subpoened sUbpoenedA Tiii ii
A great grCt majority of tho challenges chalenge are arebaped arebased to c ebased
based on ink blots found on tho ballots ballotsHowoll bnlots bnlotsFowol ballotsHowell
Howell Fowol Rolapp Elk Blk dial Chul1rOOIHr LI I
Hooper No o 1 S3 s 31 u 4 1 1Hooper 1Hoopfr 1Ilooper
Hooper Hoopfr No 2 S3 S 67 G 3 t 4 4Btirrh 4Burnt
Burnt Creole Cr elt 81 I Cl 5 5Eden 5 6l
Eden l dn 42 4 S5 81 1 1Karr IFarr 0
Farr J4ar West st 51 t W I t 6 1
Huntsville Huntsvie 4 4l 4C 41 U 8Liberty 0
Liberty 11 brt BR f 35 0 0Kaneavlllo 0
Kauesvillo KancvUo 5T 5 33 a tl 1 0 0HarrlHville 0Harrhwle
HarrlHville Harrhwle 68 8 11 2 2Pleasant 0 0Pleasant g
Pleasant I I < asatt Wan 5S j C3 r CIs > 10 10Plain 0 0Plain > < P PPlain
Plain City CI No o1 1 GS 6 W r r R f SNorth 3 3North
North Ogden 116 1i 102 10 102Narriott T 5 5Marriott 52 52MnrrIott
Marriott 45 SK e 3ilflsndfrli i 20
Randall Randnl AIS 1 IS IS7loy 18 2 6
Jloy l0y f 1 t i 17 1 G 16 16Charged 16t 16Charged 16Charged
Charged With Grand nd Larceny LarcenyOfficer LarcenyOrCI LarcenyOftIcer
Officer OrCI Ar James ames Pendor Pel er yesterday c tcr ny swore swore swo vu
to a a complaint charging Holla Thompson Thompsonwith Thompsi Thompsiwith
with grand larceny larCen Thompson Tompson Is a young YOW1 YOW1negrQ youinegro
negro boy by who 4s s charged with abstract
wIh abstuct
Ing 510 from a letter leter given Jven him to mall m
by a young girl g rl to whom ho ro e was paying payim payimattentions mnI rig
attentions nU nUonH Ho is Li gUll gill confined at the thepolice t h hpolice
police stnton station and will wl likely lke1y hare tC a
hearing today todayLeague toda todaLeague todayLeague
League Basket Ball al Today TodayThgre TodayThl TodayTh
Thgre Thl Th rc will Ill b a pmef gum gf o basket ball ban this thisafternoon thisa ti is isaftertpon
afternoon a aftertpon at 4 ocloek < clpek jittho t tho ho school for f pr prthr r rtbdodrt
tbdodrt efQQn deaf between bcwl l the dcafft d deaf1ovsrrnd t < 1 > oys o s and the I
IterdnS Latterday Saints Saint uiHVersTty udlv s1t of OI r Salt Snl Sr
1 C
I t a ago go to become vice ice president and gen senI
i c oral or al manager of the Oregon Ore on Railroad RaUroadNavisnton
6 Navigation Navisnton company eomp n and who is Isnow
r now n ow general manager of the Southern SoulhernPacIfic
I Pacific P nP acific Mr 1lr WorthSngton Volthngton served as a a amembfr
r member m of the international internatonal jury jur of ofawalds
a awards for transportation trabspotatonexhlblt exhibits at atthe
t the th e Louisiana Purchase exposition cxpositon He
1 leaves le leb aves the position 6f f assistant direc director director direcr ¬
t tor r of maintenance and nd operation operaton of ofthe ofthe
t the th e Harriman lines lnes to take his pres
c ent at position positionjLake positon positonr
r eL
jLake L ake The teams tems are al ovonly Oonly matched matohedand I
J and a nd an interesting Intcrest g game is looked loked for forOgden 1
Ogden Briefs BriefsA
A r D > Ross Is dangerously ill II with withpneumonia withneumonia
dangerousi wIh wIhpnoumonla
pneumonia pneumoniaJames pnoumonlaames p neumoniaJames
James ames Plngree Pingee was wa doing business yes es est
terday t to rday in Layton LaytonSl
Sl Sljoriff riff Joseph Bailey Bale returned returel Wed Vcdnsday
msday n e aday evening from Tooele county count countB
B F White of Dillon Dlon Mont 1lont was in
i t Ogflen Oge O gtlen yesterday sterda and registered at the theI
I Pacific P acifla hotel hot l
I Deputy Sheriff Sherif Joseph osph Belnap who ac
compj co mpi lied Sheriff SherI Bailey Bune to Tooele looce county count
has h as returned retured returedThe
The employes employe of tho Independent Telo Telophone TelaI
I phone r hone company will have a a ball bal tonight
at a t Kiesel I Itsel hall hal
I Mr Ir and Mrs Mr w Yo B Issues Isacs left yestor estor
day d ay for fOr Sun Francisco where they will
hereafter larealer l reside resideolomon reide reideKing wi
King Solomon lodzo A Ii F A 31
will wi w ws in give a public reception recepton and ball bul Febl Ful Feb 1
2S s m 1 Vendomc Vem10me hall hallWilliam hnl
William Vlll Allen J cn of RIverdale is danger
ously o ill 11 with Wih pnoumonla and nd Is danier being
attended a by bl Dr G W Baker BakerA BaKcrmarrlae
A marriasc license lcense was issued I8ued yestor yetor
day d ay to Kdward ward Fitzsimmons l1zalmmons 32J i and Mrs Mr
tvnnie r lic iai ranner al = er 3G 6 both bth of Jades
A 1 marriage lcense license was wa yesterday yesterdag
granted g rinteel mtd to John A Edwards aged 20 and
Miss 1ls8 M iss Maud 1Iaud Blake aged age 19 1 i both of Hooper H 2 oper operrhe
The preliminary prelminar surveys have been beensturted
started s for the extension of the street
tet tetcr
car cr e ar system to the mouth of Ogden can cn
you y 01 01V ou
W V H Barry lllrr in advance of the Man Manelhi
11an
telli tel t grand 17and opera company clmlan which ap
pcare p ears r here Tnursday lnu ro a night next is m n L Lgden
Ogden OgdenArthur OgdnArhur O gden net
Arthur Arhur Secor Seor representative rerCnlathc of the th
David Davit Hurum company comn which is to
b e here next mqnth mQn h w wuin vua Jn Ogden Ogdel yes cs
terday tcrdu tcrduJames t eretayJames
James Martin olartn who was w s injured injure by a s L
kick kek k ick of a a horse hOr at at his home in Farr vest Ctt Cttabout a
condition conditon c about a a week wek ago is I 1 still lUI tihl In a a precarious prrIous prrIousconditon i iThe Iie I
The ie engagement of of f Miss Mlss Hattie Hatte Hinch Hinchcliff Hinchclff
cliff clff c liff to James Rilcy Rile Is announced the theweeding thewending
weeding wending w to take place next Thursday in inth Inthe is isthe
th the temple at Salt Lake LakeThe Lakeo LakeThe
The o e eJdemlc etdeinlc idcmlc of measles mesles which has bareen
been ben b een revaent at the state school shool for forthe forthe
the deaf de has about run Its course coure Ihe Ihevarious Th he hevnrlos
various v pupas PUPiS unaer Quarantine are all al a 1 j I
lmoro i mororing Jn r I IIn
ii In the district dstrict court yesterday Judge mlg S I
liowi i iow Vovn tip Ii 1 HKJ n c c Cse je of John JohnSchwartz J
Schwartz S against glnsl W VS S Donaldson Donacson Tho S
defendant dtendunt d did not appear and a1d judgment judgmentr I
was rendered r dered for Co Schwartz In 1 the sum of ofI of1lr o i I
52 < 5
Mrs 1lr John ohn D Carnahan who was wa oper operated ¬ I Iatec
ated atec a ted on for appendicitis appeldclts at the Ogden Ogdengeneral OgdcnS I
general S neral hospital about two week week ago is isrecovering h
recovering r from the te operation operaton but re recently recenty
cently centy c suffered from a severe sece attack attck rei of orgstrts o i I
gastritis gstrts She was much better beter yester yesterday
day d ay
dayA A A H Blnm Elm and family faml yef eftycterda eftycterdafor t yesterday L
for f or California Calfornia where they the will wi reside reide reideElam residea
Mr Elam who was at one time tme on the theJclce thi thir a
police Jclce l 0ltCe force torc ores of this tis city and who has for forhe 0 0he r
the t he past year been in the employ of the theSouthern tb e
Southern Pacific Pacic will wi continue contrue in the em emp1 empiby
ptoy p1 of that company on its ts Bay Ba Shore Shorecutoff C
cutoff work work
1 1urets
Burnetts Vanilla VanillaLeaves Vanila
urets
Leaves a a good taste in the mouth It ItIs I I I
I
Is i s pure and wholesome T D Dont > ont nt be cheat cheati
i ed with cheap chep goods goodsMEXICAN goodse goodsMEXICAN
a e
MEXICAN CHILDREN CHILDRENGETTING CHILDRENGETTING
GETTING BENEFITS BENEFITSI
I El Paso Tex Feb lb 16 16H H B Pears I
agent for the Tnited Hnied States Indian brA b breaO
reaU is here h hEr r investigating lhtas igalh1S the report reportI reporthat brAt t
j I that Mexican lexlca l children chidren have been b n sent sentto sentto sea
to th lbs government goverm1ent Indian school from fromvarious frorvarious r
various parts of the country on false fals falsaffidavits
affidavits atdnvis that they the were of onefourth oncfou1th oncfourtIndIan
Indian blood bloot blootEIt
It I is claimod that hundreds hundr ds of chil l
dren TiVe 1 been rejected recently recnty from fromthe ghhIii ii
the Oklahoma school for this reason reasonwhile rtasonwhie reasorwhile
while whie others other It i is said are to be found foundin fortsitt
in all the Indian schools schoolsHeadaches schoolI
I e eHeadaches
Headaches and Neuralgia From Colds COldLaxatIve s
Laxative Laxalve BromO Quinine the world worJdwide
wide Cold and Grip remedy removes removec removethe 5
the thE cause Call Cal for the full ful name name and andlook l ld ldlook i ilook
look for signature slna ur e of E W Grove 2ac 2acSMALLPOX 2 5c 5ce 5cSMALlPOX
SMALLPOX EPIDEMIC EPIDEMICIN
IN ILLINOIS VILLAGE ILLAG1 E
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Peoria Ills Is Feb 1C lesml 1GSmithfield Smithfield hfeld a avillage a
village lag forty fort miles mies west of here has ha habeen 5
been quarantined quarantned because of the prev prevalence pre
alence of many cases caes of smallpox smalpox The Thelast Thelat Th a
ThLe
last lat means of communication communicton with wit the theoutside tlr Le
outside world was W2S cut off on when the thetelegraph thetelegraph Ui Uitelegraph LO
telegraph oilIer was closed by the ill 1 II
iess of the operator Scores of deaths deathshave s
deauIs
have occurred and the state officials otclaishave Is
have prohibited prohibied the stopping stop lns of otclais trains trainst traitat is
at t the village via e
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BAkFOUR ABLE TO TOAVERT TOAVERT TOAVERT
AVERT DISASTER DISASTERJGSbeials DISASTERLiels
Liels JGSbeials Outvoted Outoted in i the th House of ofCommons ofComom ofCommoit
Commons CommonsPREMIERS Comom ComomRR
RR PREMIERS PREMIER MERS S MAJORITY IS 63 63GENE
GENERAL GENE AL EECTION CONSE CONSEQUENTLY
QUENTLY POSTPONED POSTONEDLondon
London Feb 16 l6H 16H H H Asquiths Asquithsamendment A ufhs ufhsamendment
amendment to the t reply to the spech p ech
from the thethrone thrcme trce was was dafeatgd In the
drt
louse houseo of commons tonight tnlght l bj a a vote vqteof Qte Qteo
of o 311 31 to 24 24g This amendment amodment 1 which
declared de larEd that th various aspects of
apect
the fiscal fscal question have been ben fully fuJv dis di8us5ed
cussed in il the th country countr for nearly ncarl two twoear
years ear and that tJut the time tme has come ore for forsubmitting
submitting rhtlUng the question cuesUon to the po popIe
pie without further furt er delay was de de
bated throughout todays todn s session of the
I
house lou e of commons commonsNo
No rarticular interest was w s aroused arousednUl I
until nUl within wIbin an hour for the time tme o ot
the division whn Sir Henry Camp
Camp
bellBannerman JcJBannerman spoke at some length lengthatt
attacking att klnS Premier Balfour Balour and charg char
Ing that he was afraid to face the thecountry
country or the house of commons with witha I Ia
a definite defnite statement of his position positon i
with wit rgard to Mr llr Chamberlains pro protrmme
trmme gramme The speaker speaer challenged chalenged Mr
Balfour Balour to appeal to the te country countr and
taunted the government with filibuster ¬
wih
lag InS evitable evitable in order defeat efeatMr to gain time tme and tUbuster delay dely In Inevitable i ¬
Mr Ir Balfour repled replied but did not af
ford fo rd the opposition oppositon the satisfaction satsfacton of ofany ofan
ai any an y lengthy explanation explanaton of his opin opinof ¬
i ion io of Mr Chamberlains policy POley He Hesaid Hesaid
s said sai d that tat discussion dl cusslon if prolonged prolongedmight prolongedmight
n might mi ght possibly dispel some fallacies fallaciesconcerning falades faladesconc
c concerning conc co rnlng his views and ald certainly dis diseuseion
Cl euseion eu uSol ficiOn n of the governments gorrnmtnts right to tonegotiate tolegoUntc
p negotiate legoUntc ne gotiate is already alread having huvins an effect effecton ect
Ol on 01 the attitude atttude of o other nations natons
During the last hours of the debate
the th e galleries gaI rles were crowded and as di division division
v vision vis ion time tme approached the interest In Increased Increaed
creased creaed cr crpr eased as this was regarded as a < a su supreme supreme
preme pr prst eme test of the governments governmentsstrength governmentsstrength
s strength st rength and an a a standard stndard by Q which whichcould whichcould
c could co uld be measured meaured the probable prob ble dura dur
tion t th us of the present parliament parliamentChamberlains Darament DaramentChamberlains DarliamentChamberlains
Chamberlains Speech SpeechLondon SpeechLondon
London Feb eb 16 lGJoseph Joseph Chamber
1 lain lai n the former colonial secretary secretar had hada
a ath full ful house when he rose to address addresse
tr the th e house luse of commons today on the fis fiscal
c cal ea al t amendment to the address addres in reply 15 15al
to < the speech from the throne propossd
h by Mr 11 Asquith Asquih Liberal yesterday A
d dissolution di sluton of parliament parJament had no ter terrors tetrlr
r rors ro ts for him he said He
rlr was quite quitecontent quitentent
quie quiecontent
C content co ntent to trust his political poltcal fortunes rortun s
ti to toye the workingmen workln1en who for thirty thlrt thlrtyeas
yeajs yeas ye > ars had placed their confidence in
h him hi tm m so generously In his opinion the thesooner theoner
s sooner So oner a dissolution dissoluton came 15 the better
I He H e hoped however that the govern government goernment btfr
n ment ment m eat would not abandon its It trust shirt simply shl
ply Jly Il y because the opposition oppositon wanted of
flee fleeMr tCl lic e
Mr lI Chamberlain declared the
delared oppo oppositions oppositons ¬
s sitions sitons sit ions contentions contentons in regard resrd to a a dis dissolution dlsEoluton ¬
E solution Eoluton ro iutlon were a fantastic pretense
The T he real rl object of the foolish and ill
3 judged ju tllrfnrorl dged aendment amendment o wv ir m + was c foolsh to create AAn dls dlsension 11 11aenslon 1
a aenslon ae nsion on the ministerial miniterIal side He
ji had ha d never said sid free trade ought to be beabandoned I i
a abandoned ab bandone andoned but that the policy polcy of free r
imports im ports ought to be reformed as it itstood
s stood st ood in the way of freer trade There Therewas Therewas I
v was w as no difference dlflrencebetween between th premier premierand premierand
a and at id himself rgarding rgrdlng the need nCd of re
f form fo rm m of the th present policy and their theironly th > ir ironl
0 only onl on onin ly differences dlferences were in regard to hold
ii ing in g a colonial conference conferencediferences conferencedifferences differences of ofmethod ofmethod ol olethod
n method m ethod not 10t of principle principletr
Mr tr Chamberlain concluded concudtt with wih cx cxprussing e epn1slng cxeasing
prussing pn1slng pr easing his belief beIef that a colOnial col nlal con
ference fo fernce resee would wo ld be held and that the thecolonies r
colonies ttonie co ° lonies would have a great ent deal del to toofftr toofr tc
o offtr ofr fter He did not pretend that Great Gr ut t tritain I
I Britain BriaIn B ritain should fhould make concessions conce5lons with without wJh wJhCut withut ¬
c out Cut ut reciprocal recprcal treatment and he did didnot I I
n not 10t ot believe beleve that tat the British Britsh people peoplewould peoplewould S Sould
would w ould Ieject the offers oter of their kins kinsmen kInsmen klnsen ¬
men m en nor lose los a great opportunity opportunltwhich
which w hich if I not seizsd sizd might never recur recurBalfours recurBalfours
c Balfours Majority MajorityLondon MajorityLondon MajorityLondon
London Feb eb 17 17rrhe The majority majcri of ofsixtythree 0 I
b sixtythree sI by b which w11ch Mr 1r Asquiths Asquithsamendment Asquithsamendment Asquithmenriisient
a amendment to the reply rept to the he speech speed speedom
f from fr om the throne was wa rejected by b the tb tbouse
h house ouse of commons last night is regard regarded ¬
regrd regrded
e ed d as giving the government the first firstmove frt frtmove t
n move m ove in the political poltcal game and as final ¬
j ly lyd disposing dlsoslng of any present prospect fnai of o
d dissolution di51utol1 of < parliament parliamentThe parlament parlamentThe
The real event eV nt ofthe o1the nights debate debatewas debatewas r
was w as the brilliant brlant speech seech delivered by b
Lord Lrd L ord Hugh Cecil Ceci which Is admitted amitted 1
both b f oth by his friends and opponents to t 0
r have h ave been his finest fnest oratorical ortorical effort effortand tI I
f and a nd one of the best bet speeches speches delivered delvere efor ti
l in the house of commons since the lb e
C GladstoneSalisbury GladtoneSalsbury G period and as asplacing asplacing a 5
I placing p Lord Hugh HuSh Cecil Ceci In the fore
f front ront of foreI
possible leaders of the con conservative conservatve I
st F servative servatve party Lord Lrd Hugh Cecil is
t thelender thelender of the conservative conseratve free trad tradera trd trders traJra I
era e ra and the liberals lberals had placed their thel Ir
hm 1 hopes h opes in him to turn out the govern government government 5 5ent ¬
ht ment m ent He disillusioned dIsiusioned them by con cotending ¬
tending tending t that tht the free trade cause would wouldgain wouldgain i iain
gain g ain by keeping ke plng the present govern government goverreat ¬
ment m eat in office ofce still sti longer And gvern gvernment while whie whi whie
he h e mercilessly merlessl pulled puled to pieces his hiscousin hiscousin h is isousin
cousin c Balfours Balours ambiguous attitude atttude on 01 o ifl iflscal 11
fit fiscal fsl fi scal questions questons he declined declned to vote for forthe forthc ft r
the t he
Asquith Asquih amendment The majority majorityof mjoriy mjoriyof y V
of o f conservative conservatvc free traders will wi follow Colo folio v
Lord Lrd L ord Hugh Cecils Cecls lead lea and apart from frompossibility fom fompossibity froi LU LUossibility n
possibility possibity p of some unexpected unexpettd division divisionthe divisionthe n
the governments position positon Is considered consideredsafe consldere 5 5afe
safe safeAGED safeAGED s afe afeAGED
e
AGED NEVADA NEVDA PIONEEER PIONEEERMEETS PIONEEERMEETS
MEETS MEETSTRAGIC TRAGIC DEATH DEATHReno DEATReimo H T
Reno Nev Ne Feb 16 l6Colon Colonel 1 P W WKeyes 1 V VKeyes T
Keyes the thepioneer pioneer mining man of the thE ti he Vhe ie
tiit
Comstock was as found dead at the thE bot bottom bottom be beorn it t ¬
tom t orn of the dump dup of the Mammoth mine mineat tnt tie ic
at Sixmile Sixmie canyon near Virginia VIrinia City Cit y
this t ti morning Keyes had been at work we rk rkn k
In i n the mine and sas a riding an ore car carto e eto
to the dump when ho lost control of ofand it itand
and rolled roled over the precipice to his I i
death deathKeyes deth dethKeyes deathKeyes 2 2nterests
Keyes died a comparatively comparatel poor poorman poorm po pomrtn
man m n though at one time tme the late John JohnW Johuv Joi Joiiv
W v Mackay Macl offered ofcr him 575000 750 for his hisinterests h s sintrests
interests i in one mine near Virginia Ia
City Ciy
LAWYERS FATAL FALL FALLDuluth FALLDuluth FALLDUluth
Duluth Feb 16 16Claude Claude S SnIvelY a aprominent aprominent
prominent attorney atorney pitched pltchc1 headl6npr hndi
from a fifthstory flthstor window in the Lonsdule Lonsdi
building blUdlng today toay and was killed kJed He was wasalone wasalone p
alone at tho time Mr r Snivcly came to
Cmc
tho office offce early oarh to prepare some legal legalpapers legalpaper lej
papers paper and it I fs believed that ho looked lookedout lookedout bali baliout
out of the window to see what time tme timewits It Itwas
was 18 by a public pUblc clock and overcome ovorQomc by
dizziness fell fel out outEVIDENCE outEVIDENCE outEVIDENCE a
EVIDENCE OF MURDER MURDERDes
Des Moines 1Iolnes la Feb 16 16EvIdcnco i6iividcrtending Evidence
tending tendlnS to t prove that Mabel abel Scofield Scofeld was wasmurdered wasmurd p pmurdered
murdered murd rd and her body bod thrown into tho tlu I
Des Moincs 1101108 river was brought brou ht out In the thetl1 I lC lCbitt c
trial tl1 of Charles Thomas homns today toda when Dr
Shops Shop who conducted the autopsy autoJy on the thoremains theremains I Iremains
remains testified testfed that not a drop of ofwater orwater ofga
water was found fOJnd in the girls Jdf < 101 lungs bun ga s
Thomas a I huckman who Is If allowed alJed to o 1
have administered admlnlStred knockout knorkout drops dropstrying is istrying s t
trying t in to prove Irove the suicide sulcdo o theory theoryDEADLOCK theor theorDEADLOCK theoryo theoryDEADLOCK rop
DEADLOCK UNBROKEN UNBROKENJefferson UNBROKENJetcrson UNBROKENJefferson
Jefferson Jetcrson City Ciy Mo fo Feb 16 l6The l6Thedeadlocl 16T The Thedeadlock he heit ie
deadlock over oye the selection of a n Unit United Un it t ¬
ed States senator remains unbroken unbrokenThe unbrokenThe unbrokiThe Uni in n
The twentyfifth twentYffth ballot balot resulted resultedMiedringhaus resuted resutedNiedrlnJhaus resultedNiedrlrghaus
NiedrlnJhaus Miedringhaus 68 Cockrell Cockrel 76 Ker Kerens Kerens K sr r ¬
ens 12 McKInley 4 Relchmann 11 11There 1 1
There were seven pairs and ad 82 votes voteswere vol volwere oteswere es
were necessary n cess to elect electGOLD electGOLD electGOLD
GOLD FOR CUBA CUBANew CUBANew CUBANew
New York ork Feb Fe b 16 16T 16The The e National NationalCityv N Natlor NatlorCity atlonalC
City C t bank ttsjlc ship jshipcertificates hip 9000 0000G iu goid goidcertf gc rc rccertificates
certificates certf ate to OupiMHMiMH CiJ ir n as asthe ie of oftf
the tf anmial ai apfltiLIIistallmilflWf ta t JnstalmlnUr lnstaHmenti > oT the th Speyer Sije yel
oan to the Cuban government governme
DUCK D USEASUN USEASUNOPENS SEASON SEASONOPENS SEASONj SEASONjOPENS
i iDeaer
OPENS AGAIN AGAINDealers
Dealers Deaer Ee alcrs Receive a Supply of Teals TealsSpoonbills Tes
Spoonbills Spoonbilisad and Canvasbacks Canvsback j jEASTER
E EASTERN EASTER POULTRY COMES COMESVEGETABLE
v VEGETABLE AND FRUIT MAR
KET DULL AND QUIET QUIETThe QUIETThe
The T he spring duck hunting huntng season seaon opened openedyestorday opene
yc yestorday yes estQraj terday and the dealers dener had a good goodsupply gooduppJ
iSli supply au uppJ ppby in stock in the afternoon Those Thosethat Thosethat
ateron
that t were brought bruht in were fat cn n account accountcT accunt accuntqr
ot qr tha t Q mild mid winter and nd the entire stock stockWHS stockWI5
w WHS WI5 wa waba s soon son sold There Tere were teals canvas enas canvascPs
hi barKs bals ba cPs and spoon FJon bills bil in stock toCI but no nomallHrdy nomaUarFPart
m mallHrdy maUarFPart ma lbatrdr Part of tn the the < swamps swnmpE In tho thoneighborhood thOnC
neighborhood nC nei ghborhood hbrhoo of Q the Jordan river rh r are arefcj al
el fcj rren ien tver vetS pr and yo yegtcrda ptrda torday the hunters huntersexperlcnerl hunter
experlcnerl cJprlcnel ex some diffltuity dltkulty in getting in incJosa ine0l6
gettng
cJ cJosa e0l6 clo cloqu se rango rnUr of the tnie re me Teals were ivereoted werecjuuted ero eroquuted
cjuuted qu < l oted at 35 cents ctnt a pound und o10n aioofl > oon bills billsand bf
w and b rin d cents canvas canvls a brace ba blus < Vs were werl selling seUng for tr 30 5 0 and andW i
A half hol ton or poultry pOlltr retched rJclCd the mar marktt I
j ket ktt Ire < t Y yesterday ttena from Kansas K8Ma City but thfe thfeprlcac thbprlcQ tfl
pi prlcac prlcQ pri c remain remJln unrhanfPd unChfnctd Some of the tncdealers thudeaer
d dealers deaer de depo < alers believe b JEvC thpt the demand dlmand fQr forpoultry fQrpouro fQrultry
P poultry pouro po < ultry will w1 be b Itirhtar I tar now that the duck duckseason duckason j I
f season se ason has openee opene for fox a month and that thatthe thatthe
the th e price will wI most likely be b reduced reducedTho rducedTho
Tho T he veetable And fruit It market markot remains
3 dull dul du ll and quiet Qllot be D the th dealers huvo a a1ood aod
R Rood 1ood go < od varctv ar < tv of ftt r tft tn n season soson sosonYesterdas seasonYesterdays
Yesterdays c < quOtons OtiiQns OtiiQnsReef tQnsM
M Meat Meateet t tneel
Reef fl eet l lie c to 23c per fr p pound und Veal Vpll prime primeIZlitc
I2 IZlitc ic to 20c 2a Mutton 1luton J2V4c 1 to 17c li c Pork Pork12c Pork2c Porkto
12c 2c to 20c 2c Dressed lamb 12 1lc iVe 0 to 25c 25clamb 2c 2clamb 2sCmb
lamb ia mb chons 15c 1 c to S 2Sc 5c Jack ck ratblts ratllt la lacents 1 15nts
cents eent ce nts each
Fish FishSalt FishSalt
Salt S S40c alt codfish eodCsh ito l o a mound Idaho trout trout0c trout trout4hO
4hO 40c < 0c Salmon ITHc c Halibut Halbtt 15 lac Striped StrIpedas
bass ba as ss = roc pound pund whitefish 20c per pound poundles
Soles So les and flounders founders 12c 12 pound Catfish Catfishmackerel Catfish15c
15c 1 per < r pound Percb 12c i24c < purd per pound SnJt SnJtmackerel
mackerel m lOe to 35c Smelts 15c a pound
lO 3c Smelt 15
Fresh Freh Fr FrCa esh codfish 15c per pound Lobsters
Lbsters
California Calforia Ca lifornia ITiiciper Ij i7lc c per pound Oysters ex exa ¬
tra tta tr a select SOc 5c per quart can Ole a quart quartIMCW
New br ew York counts count 16c Sc a a can 23c c a dozen
Prawns Pr awns 40c 40 ncr pound Smoked Smokfd salmon salmon25c salmon2c
2c tOe per pound Bloaters 5c each FInnan FInnanhaddles
5
haddles ba batI dd1es l 17Ie c per pound Calfornia California cr cra h h2c
25c 2c tI c and 30c each Ponpano 40e < 0c per pound poundRed poundRed pounded
Red R ed snappers snapper 20 2 per pound Sturgeon Sturgeon15c Sturgen Sturgenl
15c l le e per pound pount Strau bass bss 15c per pound poundPoultry pund pundPoultry
Poultry PoultryHens PoultryHen
Hens Hen dressed IGc 11 icner ner pound SprlnK SprlnKchickens SprlnKchickens SprIngickens
chickens ch ickens 20c c per pound Turkeys TurkCs 27c 27ca Z1
a pound Broilers Briers 22c 2 < apound apoundDairy a pound
Products ProductsButer
Dairy Products ProductsButter
Butter Buter creamery ctemel SOc oc per pound Ranch RanchJoe anch
Joe b c to 2uc 2 per pound Eggs E Sc c to 35c 3c per perdozen perdozen
dozen do dope zen Chease Utah Uth cream iSo 15 to 20c 20cper 2
per pe r pound eastern easter 20c 0 llmberger 2oc 2 25Cported
Imported im ported Swiss We brick 25c 2c Honey Honeycomb HoneY
comb co mb 150 box strained stained brIck 2Cc Ze per pint pintLiemons pint
FruIts
Liemons 1 D 30c 3 < to t 23c 3c per dozen docn Figs Figs15c Fig
15c I IS e per package pcka e Navel oranges oan es 4c 41k < 0c to toEOc tor
EOc r SO SOdo C per dozen dozcn Bananas J5c 15 to t 40c per perdor nerdoz
dor doz do x Utah tth apples apple 20c Zcto to 40cper fOe per Pl peck peck Cran Cranberries Crn Crnberies Cranrries ¬
berries beries be rries 2 quarts Qurts for tor25 25c Pineapples SOC 0c 0ceach
each tlch ea cli Quinces 40c 4c per peck peck Cocoa Cocoa20c Cocoa
nut nu ts tOe each CaICornla California strawberies strawberries strawberriesc
20c 2 20 c a box Tangerine Tangerne oranges S 2C > c per perdozen perdoze perzen
dozen doze do zen Grape Grpe fruit frit lOc l each eachVegetables ech echVegctqbles
Vegetables VegetablesParsnips VegctqblesParnips
Parsnips Parnips 20c 2c per peck peck Potatoes Potatoes Ulan UsaSper Ulan20c
20c 20 per peck pek Sweet potatoes pottoes g pounds poundsfor poundsfor
for fo r 25c 2c Radishes Radlshe2c 2c per bunch Call California Cal ¬
fornia foria fo ritia cauliflower culfower lOc each each Wax Va beans beanstOc beans
tOc tO e per pound Turnips Turflps 2c a bunch Young
beets beet be ets 2c 2 > c per bunch Parsley 5c 5 per perbunch perbunch pernch
bunch hu huU nch Carrots 3c SOc per neck neck Lettuce Iett Letticetah tce
Utali Ut U tah 5c per bunch California Calfornia 5c 5 pe
bunch bu stch Celery Celer 5c a n bunch Yellow Yellowsquash Yel0w Yel0wsquah
squash squah sq uash 5c 5c Hubbard HUbbar squash squas 15 s each eachCaooage each
Cnnnge c Caooage white WhIe 3c per pound red rfl 5c 5 5 per perpound perpound
pound n Dills Dls 5c c bunch Pumoldns Pumoldts loc locCranberries tc tcrarberries c
Cranberries Craqberles C Cce lOc lO quart pie plant plant IS IScents 15cents ii iints
cents ce pound p ound nts a a pound Green peppers I2fcc 1Z per perpound pr prpound Palound
Grain GrainBran GrainBran
Bran and axd shorts JJIO 110 per hundred hundredCorn hunded hundedCor hundredorn
Corn Cor C orn lAO per hundred Oats Oat J1CO nt LC0 per perhundred pr prlndred petundred
hundred h lndred Milliner Milng wheat wheat 5110 per el bushel bushelFeed bUheLFeed busheleed
Feed F eed wheat wheat tl S 1 per pel bushel Barley BarJey feed fed
135 3 ° rolled roled S150 S5 Cornmeal Cormeal flSO flSOHay n nHay
Hay and Straw StrawAlfalfa StrawAra1a
Alfalfa Ara1a 512 per ton Timothy 155 15 per perton po pe r
ton Straw Sta 45c ner bale baleFlour bal balFlour
Flour FlourHigh FlourHigh
High patent 5270 1270 straight strght grade gnde 250 W Wbakers 5
bakers baker b aker No No1 1 1 tt30 tt30CONTRACT 230 30 30CONTRACT
CONTRACT C TO TOFURNISH FURNISH FURNISHMIKADO I
MIKADO NIIKADOWITH WITH jTH HORSES HORSESSeattle HORSESSeatte
Seattle Seatte Wash Feb 1C lGohn John B BGuyton BGuyton
Guyton G of Kansas City Cf Mo 0 haaslgnel haaslgnela ba slgel slgela I
a contract contrct with wih the ofilcials of the theJapanesa te teJapanes6 lii liiapanesa a
Japanesa J apanesa government whereby whereb he heagrees hogrees
agrees agees a to deliver delver in Seattle Seatte for ship shipment shipment shipent ¬ I
ment m ent to the orient orent 100000 head of ofhorses ofhorses oforses
horses h orses to be used in the army arm of the themikado theikado
I
mikado mikdo m ikado Mr Ir Guyton was in Seattle Seattlelast Seatte Seattelast Seattleast
last l week making final arrangements arrangementswith arrangementswih arrangementsith
with wih w ith the Northern Norhern Pacific Pcfc railroad ralrod for fortho fortho forhe
tho t he handling handlng of the te stock while whie en route routeto routeto routeo
to t o Seattle Seatte and for their care while whie In Inthe Inthe inhe
the t tt he city ci Mr 1lr Guyton Guyon hopes to obtain obtainthe obtin obtinthe obtainhe
the t he majoriy majority ot of te the 10rses horses require required in inhe t tthe
the t he Missouri river valley aley although alhough alhoughwII he hewill lieaIll
will wII draw drw heavily heavl from the ranges of ofboth ofboth ofoth
both b oth Washington Vahington and Oregon OregonSOLDIER Oregone OregonSOLDIER OregonSOLDiER
e
SOLDIER WILL DIE DIEFROM DIEFROM
FROM HIS WOUNDS WOUNDSEan I
San Francisco Feb 1C lGPhip 16Philip Philip Ho Ib Ibgui
gui ga a n private prv te in company H Eigh Eighteeuth Eigheeuth
teeuth t infantry Infant IP Is dying dylnJ from a wound woundfuly woundully
fully fuly f three feet In length lengh the result resul I Iobeing
obeing o beln stabbed and slashed in a brawl brawlthat brwl brwlthat I I
that t occurred occurcd in the shadow of the thePresidio thePresidio
Presidio Prsidio gates Jte One wound extends extendsfrom extendsrrom extendsfrom 1
from the left ler shoulder sh ulder down the side sideto sidet sideto
to t the leg Beside there is a severe In Incision Incis incision ¬
cision cis lop o the left Je t side sideThe SIdeThe Ide IdeThe
The soldiers soldier had received their pay po payand
and many of them were spending their theirmoney theirmoney theirmoney
money In the te saloons salons Just outside the th thmitar themilitary
military mitar reservation reserton At one of these theseplaces theseplaces
places the stabbing stbbing occurred but the theexact theexact
exact place and the identity Ideltt of of Hogars Hogrs Hogansassailant
assailant aSSlant are unknown unkcwn as he is unable unableto unable unableto
to make a statement sttement sttementMUNYON9S statemelitiioa
iioa iioaWITCH MUNYON9S MUNYON9SWITCH
WITCH HAZEL HAZELSO HAZELMakes
SO
I
Makes the te skin soft sft as velvet velvetImproves velvet velvetImproves
Improves Imprves any ay complexion complexionBest cmplexon complexionBest
Best Bet shampoo made mndePrevent madePrevents
Prevents Prevent dandruff daDdrf dandruffStops
Stops hair from falling
falnc
Cures Cure all al skin eruptions erptons
More soothing sothing than tan cold cold creams
More beautifying beautfying than ta any ceaf cosmetic
If I your you blood is impure or cosmete if I you have
Dyspepsia or any liver lver or stomach stoac trouble
dont fail fal to use Munyons PawPaw Pills Pil
They cure Biliousness BioUDes and Constipation Constipationn
end 2nd drive drve all alimpurte impurities from the Constipaton Constipaton2nd blood and andail td tdaU
ail 11 imperfections Imperecon from te skin skin
skinMUNYON MUNYON MUNYONi MUNYONJways
Jways = Lrzr i take takeL 1
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MIGHTY MIGHT M IGHTY HUNTER HUNTERHELPS HUNTER
HELPS THE STATE STATEContinued STATEontnued
1 1ok
Continued ontnued from frm Paso 1 1Cook 1Cook
Cook Co ok George Gerge McClellan Robert May Mayand lIay
and ari d Thomas May I always used et1 et1nam th thname tha
name nam na naint me of Ward though when whe I wont wontinto wot wotInto wonto
2 me into int intme o the te office ofce and took the te hides hide withme withWhen with withme
meWhen When en questioned quetoned about abut certificate certificateNo cert e eNo
No 241 Jones said saidDavies saidDavies saidDavies
Davies was making that out outone fior fiorme fr frme
me one day dy in the clerks clerks otuce when whenhe whenh whenthrew
he h hesai threw up his hands suddenly sUddely and andsaid an ansid andd
said sid sai sai1c d that he was sick sick He asked aske Sirs SirsMclntosh Ir trs trsIntosh
McIntosh 1c Intosh to finish fnish it i after afer telling telng her herfor herfor herwhat
for what amount She did When WhenDavies VhenDaies
Davies Da vies returned he told me that he hehad h hhad
had ha d seen the sheriff sherit coming in and andhe andhe anddid
he did not want him to get next to toanything toanything
anything anythingDuring anythingDUrg an ything ythingDuring
During DUrg the afternoon aferoon session se sion lon of the thecourt t tcurt tiy
court curt co urt the witness wines was under und r a cross crossexamination crosexaminaton crossamination
examination examinaton ex by Attorneys Atorneys McGurrin McGurrinand lIcGurrn lIcGurrnand
and an d Gustin Gustn but he stood it calmly calmlyBefore cll
Before B Be fore it b btgan gan however lowevertho tho witnessrequested wltnef witness witiresaquested
requested rq re eted what Vat the hearing be post postponed postned ¬ I IponEd
poned po ned until unti one of his own attorneys attorneysS attprneyl
S X X Christensen or Joseph Chez of I IOgden
Ogden Og den could be called caled as he wanted wantedthem want I Ithe
them the th em there ther the Lawyers McGurrin lfcGurrn and andGustin
Gustin Gusin Gu stin objected objecte however and finally finallythe tnaly tnalythe
the th e witness witess blurted out outLet outLet
Let er go then gentlemen gentemen I amwilling a awfing am
willing wfing wi lling to take what is coming comingThe cominghe
The T he hearing will wil continue contnue today tOa be beginning beginning benning ¬
ginning gI nning at 10 oclock this morning morningDEVOTED morn
5 5EVOTED C 1 e eDEVOTED
DEVOTED D TO TOSWAYNE SWAYNE CASE CASESenate CASESente CASEnate
Senate Sente Se nate Put in i the te Day Discussing Discussingthe Discussig Discussigthe
the Admissibility Adsibit of Evi Evidence Evidence Evidence
dence denceWashington denceWashington
Washington Feb 1C lCAsldo Aside from two twohours twohour twours
hours hour ho urs spent sent in routine routno business the sen senate senate seae ¬
ate at e today gave its li entire entre attention attentionthe ateUo o otho oo
the th o Swaync SWne impeachment impechment trial trialhours trial o ohours 0urs
hours ho urs and a half hi of the time tme given glei to tothat t tthat toat
that th at case cso was wa given behind closed eloset doors doorsconsidering dor doorsnsidering
considering considerng co the advisability advisabity of a state statement stte sttement stateerit ¬
ment m erit made by Judge Swayne before a acommittee acommitee ammittee
committee commitee co of the house of representa representatives represpt r preseptaes ¬
tives tves tiv es The point was argued at length lengthby lenth lenthby lengtha
by a number of lawyers la w ers of the senate senateIt sente senateInvolved
It I involved invohe constructC construction of the statute statuteof sttute sttuteof statute1SGZ
of 1S62 16 which provides provide that a a state statement stte sttemet stateont ¬
ment met m ont made by a witness called cled before beforea booro booroa beforecongressional
a congressional congresiona committee commitee cannot Cnnot be beused beused beed
used us usin ed against againt him In a criminal proceed proceeding procee proceedg ¬
ing in g In a 8 court courtSenators cour courtSenators
Senators favoring favorng the tle admissibility admissibilttyof admlsslbit admlsslbitor
of the statement as a rule contended contendedthat contende contendedat
that that th at the Impeachment proceedings proceedInSs arc arenot arcnot arct
not no t criminal In character and that that the thesenate thesenate thenate
senate se nate sitting siUns in the trial of Judge Judgewayne
Swayne Swa S wayne > ne Is not a court In the sense Juae in inwhich inwhich Inhich
which w hich that tht word is used in il the statute slatuter
Mr M r Bailey Baiey presented presente this view at atngth
length le lehi ngth Mr Spooner who agreed ageed with wih withm
him hi m as to the admissibility admlsslblty of the state statement stt sttment stateeat ¬
ment ment m eat took issue Isue with wih him on the points pointsmentioned point pointsentioned
mentioned mentoned m but based busd his plea plea on the thect
fact fa ct that Judge Swayne had appeared appearedvoluntarily appered apperedvoluntariy
voluntarily voluntariy vo before befor tho house hous committee committeearguing commite committeeguing
arguing arging ar guing that tat in doing so he removed removedmself
himself Ip hi mself from the protection protecton remmc of the theOn theOn
On the other hand Messrs Iesrs Foraker Forakerand Forker Forkerand
and an d McCumber contended
that the thestatute th thstatute tinatute
statute st stpl atute Is s S 541 < v broad in scope as as to ap ¬
ply pl y to all al witnesses They The said 8id its In prin principal principa prinpal ¬
cipal cipa ci pal purpose was to protect prtet witnesses witnessesagainst witee witnessesainst
against asalnst ag ainst the sense of fear In giving
testimony te before
testmony congressional
boro com committees commitees ¬
mittees mitteesMr mitees m ittees itteesMr
Mr 11 Bacon who bad i reviously voted votedagainst votedagainst votedainst
against ag ainst the admissibility admislbUty of the Swayne Swaynostatement Swaynestatement Swayneatement
statement st today toda spoke in
support of o r rs
its is it s acceptance that supprt
acceptnce saying an examin eamln ¬
ation at ioa of or the th witnesses witneses had ha convinced convincedJXO I INO
I IKO
JXO ACCIDENTS IN NATURE NATUREEvery NATRE NATUREvery
Every Eer E very Calamity Xo Matter atel Hon Ho Great I
Has a Definite Defnie Beginning Gret
Beginning
There Tere are are no accidents in nature
aceldent natura
The Te a atIRnch avalanche alunch < that without wihout a moments momentse a
w warning rushes 5 headlong down the
moun mOUDFor
tain b Un side e is not an accident Nc t ¬
For years yer previous revou tiny tny atoms atom have bar e
been ben be ets crystalizioff crstnlzlog and adding addlnl their min
Ute U te weight to th mass which whl l left ft it s
oaso b aso when the accumulation f
reached
a a
certain certin ce rtain point pint peintNeither nccumulnto reache a
Neither Is baldness bldne an accident acciden The Tb C
infinitcsnmlly Infniesmaly in small smal germ which whllh Is the U a
cause ca casi use of Dandruff and Baldness feeds S
silently slenty sise si and long before Bldne the result fees is i S
seen seenThe 5eenThe se en rel i
enThe
The small sml germs which thrive on the th e
scalp salp sc alp and which whic are the cause cuse of Bald te ¬
ness n nw ess and Dandruff cannot exist however Bld
when w hen Newbros N < wbros Herpicidc Is xlt applied applid
Sold by leading leading druggists Send Sen lOc lO In ii rt rtamps
stamps stmps st amps for sample smple to The Te Hernici Herpichc < te Co Coetroit
Detroit D
Detroit etroit Mich ich
hi him h int of 11 his error on the previous prs prsslon occa occasion occaion
sion s ion Mr Clarke Ark
WUH w sptmkinjj sptmkinjjwhen
sw sPin sPinwhen
so when w hen the senate sente took a recess ree until 11 11oclock 1 iiejock t tocJock
oclock o tomorrow tmrw with wth th t the Intention t nUon of ofproceeding ofroceeding
po proceeding procin p wl9i wl the case c immediately illately lmnsdluteiyn i
on o n convening conveningPneumonia CR convenitigPneumonia vein veinPneumonia
Pneumonia and ald Grip Follow Folow Snow SnowLaxative SnowLUve SnowLaxative
Laxative LUve Bromo Jrm romo Quinine Quinin prevents ents a aneumonia
Pneumonia Inealn i and Grip CAll CAl for f4t the th full ful
name n ame > and andloekLor leek for the th signature of o
tu
E E W Grove Grove 3Sc 3ScTHINE 3 35cTIINK
o 1 1T a
THINE T IT OVEE OVEESomething OYR OYRSom OyERSorncthlng
Something Som thing You Youtan tan an See In in Any ny Res Restaurant Restaurant Restaurant ¬
taurant or Cafe CafeA CafeA
A hysicfcMB JY pots pt MM query qQ Huve Htve you
never n noticed ot
noU m J n any large restaurant at
lo lunch l or dtau dlur dinner r time tl the lancenumber iatwe rnt riumbtr
of o f healthy vigorous old Jr nubr
heJh v men I at the ta tayears
bl bles men whO whose ag ages rn run tre frem SS tf to SC
years y e ears many man of them thf bald I and all 6 1l per 1 ¬
haps ape cray but bt none n of them th m f feeble b W e pr or orPerhap
senile senilePerhaps s enilePerhaps JJry
Perhaps th the sppctaclo lt is so 0
Perhap t sPt Ii common romron ar s
to t have
o escaped your observation ob obserit Ion or
cmmlout comment but bt II nevertheless nerthIfss it enlton is I an ob ¬
ject jet j ect lesson n which whih mnH mean something i
If you will wIl notfre ntt what 8DNtin these Ih heart hartold heartsold y
old relow fellows are eating tng you will observe
YO wil
obeno
that t hat they the are not nt munchIng muohlR bran h crack crrk crackra ¬
ers er e ra nor gingerly ginger picking Dklng their thr way wa
through tlruh t a a menu mnu card eri of i nw new > w tanri tanglrt < < t
fei feilelh
health lelh Toode Tods en th th the contrary < Dtrar tn th tbei jr seen fr1 senio
to t o prefer a a juicy jlly roast Ttt of o beef f a prop properly propery proprly ¬
erly ery e rly turned turnd loin loi of mutton DUto and c even n tho
deadly Ignored IgnoredThe d Igred i gnoredThe dly broiled brlc lobster 10bter to I not nt A altogether aloethr ahtoethergnored
The T point pint of all al this is that tbt a i vlgorou vlgorouold vlgororraold horu horuol
old ol age depends depnds upon up good go digestion dl eaion an ant aTtplfty antplenty < l lplttnty
plenty plfty of wholesome wholeme food fo An and nd cot xot upon upondieting Up1l Up1ldleUn
dieting and an an endeavor eneyO to live upon upon
lve
bran crackers crackersThere crackersThere
creer creerThere
There is a certain tn clatw el cIas of food fo cranks crankswho crnks crnkswbo crankswho
who aeem Mm te t believe that tht meat Met coffee coffeeand COrrf coffeeand <
and many mn other good ho things thing are ae rank rankpoison rankpolsona ank
poison plon but these tb cadaverous cdTeros sickly sicklyooking
looking loking l individuals Indiviul are a walking wlklnJ con on onmnatl ¬
damnation mnatl of o their ther own theories theoriesThe thorie theoriesJhe
The h matter mater in a nutshell nuthen te I that tat If th thstomach thA thAstomach thstomach <
stomach secretes rte the tbE natural naturl digestive dgHthe digestiveuices
juices juie j in sufficient suffcient quantities quntte any whol wholsome wholsme wholsome < °
some sme food fod will wi be promptly prmpty digested dlced it itthe itth itthe
the th ctomch ztomfeh does not do so s and RO certain certainfoods e cersanfoods ran
foods fo cause cU8 distress db4tn one ol or two of Sti StiI Stlart Strarts
I arts art Dynpep D11a Drapepsia ia Tablets TAbl < f ale after each 4h ment m nice A 1 1wi 5will
1 will wi remove rmve all al difficulty dinluly because h they theysupply th thuppb theysUppi
supply just what every weak welk xtomarh xtomarhi Momalt stomsrhlacks
i lacks lacks pepsin JJpln hydrochloric hydrchIon acid aci dias diastae ellactase
I tase tae and mix nux nezStuarts mixStuarts
Stuarts Sturt Dyspepsia DyapPa Tablets rabct do d not ot a at atupn < t tupon tupon
upon upn the bowels bwels and an in fact are arE not notstrictly DOt n ° t tstrictly
strictly strity a a medicine meicne as they act almost almostentirely AJmostentr almostentirely
entirely entr uaon U the th food foo eaten eten digesting digtng
It thoroughly and thus tbu gives glw a much muchneeded muhne muchneeded
needed ne rest ret and giving ghJn an appetite aptte fertile fJrene fer frthe ¬
tile ene next meal mealOf mNLor mealOf
Of people pepl who wh travel tel nine nin cut of ten tenuee t1use leiuse
use Stuarts Stuat Dyspepsia Dyspp Tablet Tallt knowing knowingthem knowlnKthem knowingthem
them to be b perfectly prfety safe sfe to use u > at an antme 5py 5pytime n ntime
time tme and also a having havn found foun out ot by b ex experience experiene oxperience ¬
perience periene that they are a safeguard safeguardagainst safeguardagainst fegar
against againt indigestion Indlsen In any an form to and an eat eating et eting at atlag ¬
ing as they have to at all al hours hor and andall aTdan aidall
all kinds kns of food tod the th traveling trvelna public publicfor JubHo JubHotor pubiiefor
for years year have pinned their thr faith to Stu Stuarts Stuarts Stuarts ¬
arts Tablets TabletsAH Tablet TabietsAU pnn
AU druggists sell t tem them at 50 5 cents cnt for forfull forful forfull
full ful sized sie truust package pckage and aa any druggist druggistfrom drgg15t drgg15tfrom druggistfrom
from Maine to California CaKfnl If his hi cpinioa cpinioawere cpiniowere cpinintwere
were asked ake will wl say sy that tat StuarfK Stua Dys Dyspepsia D Dpepi Dyspepsla ¬
pepsia pepi a Tablets is the most mt popular PPl and andsuccessful ad andsuccessful
successful sucful remedy for any an stomach stom h rou rouble rouble ou ouW ouLUNG
ble W bleLUNG
LUNG WARMTH WARMTHMEANS WARMTHMEANS
MEANS HEALTH HEALTHWhen HEALTHWhen
When The Organ is isDoing isDoing isDoing
Doing Its Duty There ThereIs ThereIs ThereIs
Is No NoChil1 Chill Upon It ItI
I
I feel that medicine micine right bt here her said saida sid
a little Jlte boy 0 It makes mak me m war warm here1 here1He here
He wa wes tapping his chest He had
Wi tappin hi chet Hf hd hdcugh a acough acough
cough cugh and ad in place of the deadly chill chillwhich l
which WbiJl had hd been bn pc upon upn his hi t lungs lun dedl for fo two tw hii
days dys the comforting comfortng glow gl or of lungs 11 in
healthy hlh action actin came fme to him It I was w thn thO
beginning blnnlnj of his cure curth curethe the point 1int whern whfro
he turned turne from fr threatening thretenln pneumonia pneumoniaand pDUmOlia pneumoniaand
and consumption eoumpt toward perfect haltti balth it
His I11 lung 14f were we again an throwing tbr pet off ff Cia t hu
impurities air imprite and evil evi germs 1 that tha fill tu tuair t triair l lair
airThe airThf The Thf boy 0 had hd taken tak his bi first trt spoonful spoonfulof spnf spnfof
of Dr
Ackers English E11 Remedy Ie It Itcures 1 itcures t
cures eure your cough h and a cold cld bat bt It I curts curtsyour curtsyour ursyour
your hinge fu too to Not No a mere mr soothing soothingHyrup Ihlug Ihlugup
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