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L4 4 THE SALT SAL LAKE HERALD HERALDSATL SATURDAY RAY APRIL 22 1905
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J1 J Jtth th Stationery S SLitloneryCo SLitloneryColvrI3rown lIoneO Co CoT 0 0r
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I I How 4OW OW JAPS PREPARED PREPAREDi
i lv 1 i > uiipnUo Ttp1t paid ald by the Japanese Japanese apaneee to tovhlch tot
t I which many lnat nation do not con conf on
f J F v ortjyi oH o much though is i well welltold wellI
I J < t I eti II by P it story told by b Major Majori
i 1 L Seaman the Americag Amerlcaeur Amerlcaeurj AmeriC aur aurKfr Ul Ulc
Kfr j c > Mho ho has 11 recently returned from fromv fromever1
v < > f several months onthe In Japan and andI an anuria anduria
I uria One day cI da he visited the thea
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a il 1 base at Sasebo and was taken takeni takenlong
a i long squat luat building in which whichs J
s t n 4 vere ere beIng prepared for their theirG
G k > n the sea Said Major Seaman 8eamanfi j jJi i
Ji 1 re were wet long lines of men tiDInG ilolneMiiinr tiDInGtH dolesViiI
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Miiinr tH ViiI hut > > ut shoveling ho lIng for fcour oure at a an ftn atn i
tn n Thry were not shoreliapreoal but butr
r a p TwhIEs bles > iis supposed to represent re coal coatii I
ii l I < rics res of ovens > ns The pebbjes were werei wereLlt1
< i Llt1 < l from tho ovens uvt > TS on an Iron floor floorm11 floorml floorm
m11 m n th thn on o s shople olled l them back aek again againOn Jt aaliihr alu
On hI 811 SI1Jtd upKx > > N fiuraacea uiaces of o wurships wurshipsI w rahiP5 rahiP5J I
I i < tt Ltr tC T h hour ur ihi ihai work orJ went wen on the thei
< i r J scomJue < 4crn1g cmln to ° execute thrtlr th lr ta tasks togbn kli klii
n t 1 < nuch enthustm as if t they were I
1 ilv If IJI > n i l board > oar l a warship a and d engaged engagedi e eigagedtjie
i tile t Ie oDOtttlons oDOtttlonsj O ouoratlofleRuI9n5 ot uons uonsI I
j riii I Russians In the meanwhile were wererC weroitutittng
rC tnHtrnt iUrntinir ng tbeniselves with loud bousls bouslsTT
TT to n what they would do with the theJL thliJU theJzi I
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iJU JL ire 1rrr e when UM th roal fighting began beganTLr beglUlrr
TLr rr J P Jars had proven proven their tht > lr efficiency in intr Ih Ihtr In9tr
9tr tr var ar against arain t China but they were wererot wereot wereot
rot ot satisfied Neither ware oro the nations nationscf nationsEll
1 cf Ell ti earth satisfied that Japan could couldisllt couldr
J r < p ifsilf ir credit in conflict with a first firsta firstln fIrstjVi
< a ln T power So months of prepara preparaf preparaVrre
f v Vrre > ore spent Tie stoker Incident IncI ent is isjc isIt isa
jc It a detail but it shows the thor thorS
c jrh cs S of the brown men menTcy menTc
Tcy 1 Tc were fully prepared for war warj warJ
j J > iKforewar was was declared No 0 na naj naa nacas
j vsa cas a ever caught in a more woeful woefulof
of uopreparedness uupreparedness than was Rus Rusjs
js i If I instead of talking so much in inf
f 1 of prophesying direful happen happeni happenCr
i S f Cr I i Japan Jap n the Russians had made madeif maderjrIIfl
if r rjrIIfl rations they might not now be bejrHiatPd bemnatPd bewiated
jrHiatPd before the world worldWMI world4l worldsJ
4l sJ WMI V1 tn > n the JapanoS < < and Russian Russi n fleets fleetst fleetsthe
t in 11 the final conflict as meet they theyr the theI theybefore
r I < l before long every cver Japanese stoker stokerv stok r ri1
v ill know exactly What he has to do doLr7o dococ
Lr7o coc 0 o a shot Is fired and after And Andfr AndErJ AndE
fr ErJ E > one of them will do dohis his duty as asc UI UIT
4 c uj T i croously ousl and as thoroughly as If Ifthe Itow IfUc
the far of the empire hung upon his hisT hisklual th thdll
T dll lixdual klual ual efforts Has Rojestvensky Rojestvenskyii Rojestven ky kythan
ii < than one chance in ton to win wingjst wing winsuch
gjst g ut such adversaries We Ve doubt it itJVJINISTERS ItMINISTERS ItMINISTERS
MINISTERS ARE WANTED WANTEDTI
TI Philadelphia Phl delphla North American Americani
i 1 iciiiig 1 d1g ig learned that there Is a dearth of ofj ofg
j g 1 men in the ministry caused re retly rely reI
I tly ly a canvass canva s to be made of the thelor th thdafitJ theor >
lor or claseae dafitJ of Harvard Princeton PrincetonVai
Vai 1 Cornell C < rnell Johns Hopkins and the theI
I nsvrrsity hrri rrsity it or Pennsylvania with a view viewlo vie vieta viewrtcrta1ning
lo a asrrrtainlna rtalnlng the reason In each oachiir OtIchlr
iir r < rity r ity not less than fifty rt students studentsr studentsquestioned
r questioned Only thirtytwo out outill outin
4 ill lassos 1 a MlU8 numbering not far from fromi fromouand
i tl ouand young 8ung men have chosen chosenn cltoenrlistry
f n iniPtry mirU as their life work workfariy workr workfar
fariy r far rO reasons were assigned we are aref
f 1 f fr T r declining to enter the ministry ministryIh
Ih L chief lip one was that salaries in the theIstrj theare
Istrj htr are entirely too small and that thatIifrf thattr thatLrf
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Iifrf tr r Is I no opportunity to provide provideiu provideold
iu st t old age It was va also argued arguedat arguedowing
at 1t owing to t the growing diminution diminutionrr diminutionLgious
4 rr C Lgious training tr lnlntr in American homes homesh
h 1 ir f < js not as much interest in spirit spiritI liritI
I I il fIrs as there w Wft wits a a generation generationI genaraUonI
I
I I r > There C is I much force in the latter latterrr
1 rr neiit neiitJ
I J r wculd I uhi b be Interesting to know kno how howmen howmf1l howmer
men and women who have fami famir famll famIH
I
l H r rT r r th their lr own and who when they theyhU4r the they4hU4ren o o4hHdren
< > 4hHdren < hU4r n listened to scripture scripturerriH scripturerl1I scriptureand
rriH J and prayers in the home at atji atYi1 atL
L ji T t Yi1 nte tc t a week and sometimes of often ten tenJ
J 4 lvr i r T prayers and scripture readings readIng8f
1 e r homes hom now A canvass f1UtV1i would wouldi
f
i tless show a decided falling off In tni int
i j vrtice tice Yet the records ghow h hQw w that thatr thatr
r l r L lltfbea urf UrChee hes are graining galnt g steadily stMAl1Jf st 54Iil that thatj
j g men and young women ar aJ1t join jolnurCDs joinurces
7 vuicbes urces and taking interest t in the thedo th thi thdo thedo
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do not ot however have constant oonstantrfoie Qonstanttbem constantcfoe
rfoie them in theft homes the thec theiau thean
c u0n an example and by that we wet e eI
j I fn < a the th Christian who proach proachi pro proacheec eh ehl
i j i > Parity wlty as well as praoUeee it itTTf Itic iti
TTf ic f < ore or the young oun man who h lies liesleaning l lIpniDg s sIpaninsr I
leaning toward the ministry does doesv doesetve doesetve
v etve 1A1iftete mitcInt ufficf nt t eacourrement ttcour sement to toait toTI toti
ait TI t him incontinuing incontinuingr tn In continuIng conthmlngn continuIngargument
r argument n regarding salaries lnrIe and andion andjj andt
t ion jj for old age Ie is without force forcers torcr
T i prs r rs from thn time immemorial have havev havv have10r
v v 10r > > or men No o man wlQsO vlioa motive motiveT moUvesure
T ure has ever entered tho mlnls mlnlsf mlnlMrI
f rI r the i ile purjMwe of making mkInit nioneS nioneSit mone moneit
it of laying up traa tte4US r res s on onv onL
v 1 L The only Incentive is the desire desiren sire sirep
> p n ones on fellow man to llft him himr himoin himsin
r sin and ncl put Wm in paths ef effluwnesa orUPClletI ofc
fluwnesa c UPClletI If the dealr dealrrto de lre rto to do o this thisin thisin thisin
in his heart and thfe tldi to the ox oxTI 6X 6XI
TI I 7 of o all other oensideniUons o ntddernUo the theni the1n thean
ni 1n n had better stay out oC the thery theYo they
ry Yo y for he Will be a failure there thereVJEDIAN thereI thereDlAN
eC eCVJEDIAN
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VJEDIAN DlAN AGE GE INCREASES INCREASESas
as tS s been figured out by b Chicago Chicagof
< f fj statisticians that within 140 H Hh1 140i
1 h1 the averae llfstlme in the 1111 Illit
t o 1 1 iictropolte l1 < ttopoll vill m oorer a span of o 112 112nr 112nt 112nyc
nr nt We 0 dont know why anybody anybodyf an bodY bodYI
f > id id war 311 + to live 112 11 years In Chi Chit ChlJlut
a t hut sous p PIpIe opte ar are 8 s S4T r infatuated infatuatedHT
> HT WM th would Hrt Ih Sitywhere Sitywheretltui j 1wher 1whert her herto
to t be e Ii Ilg J StatlsUQ Stat1stItv pttIl i ut uttifI
t tifI 1fr 1 lY l tP > C leago l bO3flkI > ool1iCt or ortlt 01eIti
tlt J 8h tltui U a l uic i he e uvej a veJ1Ge c lifetime JC Ume
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has increased during durtn the last thirtyfive thirtyfiveyears thirlyfivf thirtyfiveyears
f years oors from123 from 129to to 32i5 32iiTliI V VThis i iI
I This is a very eIY respectable showing showingladacd
tlltdSOd I ladacd when it IK I remembered r membered that the theaverage theI I Iaverage
I average in New York is 1826 in Phila Philadelphia PhllaI Phhladelphhr ¬
delphia 1SS7 in St Louis 1819 in Bos Bosttmvi7SS Bostbft7111S Desthn17Js
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ttmvi7SS and fit Baltimore lfl08 The Thechief TheI ThechIef
I chief chief reason for the more satisfactory satisfactorycondition satisfactoryI satisfactorycondition
I condition is the decreased mortality mortalityamong mOltalltyamong mortalityamong
among children Our grandmothers grandmothersthought grandmotherslhQ grandmothersthought
thought lhQ ghl they knVw how to raise youngr youngrfilers youn younflielf younstevi
filers but they the didnt begin te know knowhalf kno knohair knottha1f >
half as s much muc1 as this generation In Ia1m
1873 the child mortality was 87 3 per cent centof centof centof
of the total number of deaths In 1901 1901the IDO IDOlhQper fliOlthe
the lhQper percentage ontage was as reduced to 15 15We 10v 1Dr
We v r have not the Salt Lake figures at athand atIanr athan
hand han but we are quite sure that the theaverage theaverage theavrage
average duration of life is far greater greaterhero greaterherothan greaterherethau
hero herothan than In Chicago CJrieao To satisfy ones onesself onessellon onesself
self sellon on this point > OInt it is only necessary necessaryto K aicesoary aicesoaryto ce B8rY B8rYto
to go to a matinee matl1 e given for the pleas pleasure pleasure leas leasure
ure and benefit of the old people or to toone toone i ione
one of their excursions They turn out outby outby i iby
by thousands on such occasions Light Lighthearted
hearted heart boys boy of 0 and 95 go strolling strollingaround strolllngaround strollingI
I around making love to young youngglrls girls of ofSO orso ofso
SO and 85 A man or woman at an old oldfolks oldtolks oldfolks
folks party who fa Is only 70 or 75 7 is islooked isJookliod islooked
looked upon On as an infant that should shouldhave shouldhae shouldhave
have the constant con tt attendance of a anursemaid anUl1lJemalc1 anursemaid
nursemaid nursemaidSeriously nUl1lJemalc1Serioulldo nursemaidSsriouay
Seriously though Salt Lake has a atarget itfariet alarger
target percentage pcr < entace of r old people if ap appeajltnces appe appearnces
peajltnces pe count for anything than any anycity an andty anytity
city of f its six tri size in the land I You see seethem seetheM
them lhe everywhere and andn all the time timeThey timeTbe timeThey
They Tbe are not doddering along a10n in their theirsecond theirnd theirsecond
second nd cbildboed tbUdb ecl either No lean and andslippered andsHptJered andsilppered
slippered pantnloon about them They Theywork Theywork rheywork
work hi their gardens rdenl1 they the Iniuk l uk after aftertheir afterUair aftertheir
their little irrigating ditches they drive drivehorses drIvehorses drivehorses
horses and take an interest Interest In the every everyday everydaY everyday
day nutttera Not long ago the writer writerheard writerheard writerheard
heard a man past M complaining be because beMlU berause ¬
cause MlU eo tor didnt eel as strong as he hehad ht hthad hehad
had felt a few years before beforeA
A friend explained this by saying sayingthat aingthat
that at the age of Si the old fellaw fellQwbrok feIIQwbroke
broke a colt During the process pro s the filecolt thecoll
colt kicked him so that t at his arm and andtwo auditwo
two ribs were w re broken He raaovered raaoveredfrom roooveredfrom recoveredfrom
from the Injury however arid to all allappearances allaD 11 11afle3laneee
appearances aD alanH was as hale as most Chi Chicago Chicago i iago
cago men of ofGATES 30 3GGATES j jQATES
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GATES GIVES UP UPJohn UPTohn UPIoitn
John W Y Gate Gat has determined deter nined not to todl todip todie
dl dip < POOl He has given up his May Maywheat 1a 1awh Maywheat
wheat wh at corner Just how much money moneythe mone monethe moneythe
the attempt to corner May wheat cost costMr costJr costiIi
Mr Jr Gate will not perhaps be made madeknown madeknown madeknown
known to the general public He must musthav musthave musthave
have lo lost t a ii considerable sum however howeverfor howeyerfor howeverfor
for he was a heavy hetl buyer of wheat at atfigures atfigures atfigures
figures much higher than the prices pricesnow pricesnow pricesnow
now prevailing We re cannot say that thatwe thatwe thatwe
we sympathize with Mr Gates He Hegambled Hegambled lieganbled
gambled in in wheat whe l and made a bad badgueae badgueH badguess
guess gueaeGates gueHGates guessGates
Gates is not the first man who has hascome hascome hascome
come to grief in a wheat corner and he heis heis I
is not likely to tobe be the last Itis ItI aston astonishing astopishlng astouIslilng ¬
ishing too too that th t shrewd business busln 8S men mencannot m mencannot r rcannot
cannot see ee the utter impossibility of ofcornering orcornedn ofcornering I
cornering wheat that they cannot profit profitby profitby profitby
by the examples of men who have failed failedbefore failedbefore failedbefore
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before them A wheat corner isalmost isalmostas is almost almostas I
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as impossible in this country as a cor coiner corncr cornor
ncr on air or water The yellow yello flood floodmust floo floomust floodmust
must inevitably engulf all who try to todam todam todatit
dam it itThere ItThre itThere
There is too much wheat for any an one oneman oneman oneman
man or any set of men to handle They Theycan Theycan rheycan
can buy bu millions upon millions of O C bush bushels bushne ¬
els el ne but there are still millions upon uponmillions uponlnnIions uponmillions
millions of bushels left And if it were werepossible werepossible I Ipossible
possible for them tlirpto to buy bu every eel bushel bushelof
of a a given crop they would some day daybe daybe daybe
be obliged to sell e11 and the moment momentthey momenttheybegan they theybegan theybegan
began selling the price would go down downwith downilh downwith
with ilh heartbreaking rapidity Bofore Boforethey Boforethey Beforethey
they could close out at a profit the new newwheat newwheot newwheat
wheat would be In and that would be betheir betheir betheir
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their finish finishThis ftnhihThis fInishThis
This at least has be been n the history hlstol of ofall ofAll ofall
all socalled s called wheat heat corners heretofore heretoforeThere heretoforeThere heretoforeThere
There has never been a real corner be because becaulle because ¬
cause a real corner means that all the thewheat thewheat thewheat
wheat is i owned or controlled by b a given givenindividual givenIndhidu givenindividual
individual l or coterie And there has hasnever hASnever hasnever
never been an attempted corner that thatdid thatdid
did not result disastrously dtNstrou l What is istrue ITtrue rstrue
true of wheat is true of other grEat grqatstaples grEatstttple5 greatstaples
staples Sully Sull went broke in New York Yorktrying Yorktring Yorktrying
trying to corner cotton Other men menhave menha menhave
have ha ve been bankrupted by b corn and pro provision proIslon provision ¬
vision transactions transactionsThe tt > ansActionsTh
The Th Unite < < States Is too big for the thespeculators thespeculators thespeculators
speculators It is so big that harvests harvestsare
are going on in it all the year ear round roundA
A crop failure in a given section does doesnot doesnot doesnot
not mean a crop shortage nationally nationallyspeaking nationallyJlpeaking nationallyspeaking
speaking for failures in one section sectionare sectionare sectionare
are made up by gains in others The Theaverage Thevera Theaverage
average vera production is steadily steaiI increas increasing b InereasinX < < reas reasin ¬ I
ing ingBut in I
But while hUe the th gambling fever burns burnsIn
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In the veins of men m they the will pursue pursuethe pursuethe pursuethe
the ignis faitius of wheat corners and andcorners au aucomer andcorners I
corners In other ot r staples to their ever everlasting cvelatiuK everlasting ¬
lasting sorrow sorrowIn sorrowIn sorrowIn
f
In an effort to o set et 1 umbrellas for < > r 5 5cents i icents
I
cents each six women were seriously seriouslyinjured sellou seriouslyinjured ty tyinjured
injured in a Philadelphia store the theother theother I Iother
other day da While hUe they the are recovering recoveringfrom recovtr1l1gfrom recovringfrom
from their injuries they 1 1ty will have p plri plrity 1 1ty
ty of Urn In which to reflect on the thetrials thetrials thetrials
trials of bargain b ln hunting Most lost of o us uswould U3would u uwould
would rather take chances with ith bears bearsany M1rany bearsany
any time timeBiftamiat timeBigamist
eI eIBlltaml
Bigamist t and wife murderer Hoch Hochwants Hoc Hocwanls Dcciiuants
wants a German jury to tq try tr him WrJI WrJIwe vcnwe rJl rJlwe
we are inclined IncU > > ec1 to have enough faith in inthe Inthe inthe
the Germans to believe believe that they w would wuldhang wouldhang uld uldhang
hang Hoch as neatly as any Americans Americanscould Amerlcnnscould Americanscould
could couldIt
It wont be long before the fact that thita
a lawyer is not employed to help helpstraighten help8trai helpstraighten
straighten 8trai hlen out that Equitable muddle muddicwill mudlliem muddlewill
will m be a certain indication that lie iienot ilenot is isnot
not of very er high standing Ittandlnga standingHowever i iHowever
a c cHoever
However much we may suffer from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the extortions of the Utah Light LightRailway LightRanay LightRailway
Railway company we will hardly be beready beready bereedy
ready for municipal ownership until aft after after after ¬
er Fernstrowi and WoJle have tifcon on re retired retired retired ¬
tired to private life lifeSam liteer lifeSam
er erSam
Sam DoW lowse > owse has been b n chased out o t f fGoldfleld rGoldfteld fGoidfteld
Goldfleld because be < aue he acted as a asherttf deputy deputysheriff eU y yBher1ft
sheriff during the Carbon county coui1t coal coalstrike c caistrike > al altrike
strike The Utah Fuel company companyshoull companyshoulllook should shouldlook shouhilook
look after its own ownFrance ownFrance ownFrance
France is showing a disposition to totrifle totrine totrifle
trifle with the neutrality laws by fa favoring CaYoriD favoting ¬
voting YoriD the Russian fleet First thing thingshe thingshe thingsite
she knows Japan will make her wish wishshe wishsl1 wishshe
she sl1 hadnt hadntJlhiist hadntMinlstdr
IfJIJ IfJIJibtisi
Jlhiist t r Bowen te aaid ajd Id to ba q lwbat what ails ailsenz1el ailsenezpeI j
enszuela We Vr ye ae ge inclinedto Inclined to tbhtl thhikhoWevr tbhtlhoWthU bfnU bfnUhowev
howev hoWthU hoWevr tfcgjfiCMtato IGThcrouses f Inoreus lriel uae the su s nut r rrg
rg tQ e1o J
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I 1 f LiveWires LiveWiresAfter
After reading reading the testimony of rail railroad railroad railroad ¬
road and Standard n officials mcl ls one can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not but wonder bd bv > v that Debate story storygot storygot storygot
got started startedj startedMembers startedMembers
j Members of these thesebachelors bachelors and andt andspinsters andspinsters
t spinsters clubs will learn later on onthat onthat
1 that ones view few changes materially materialbafter niateriallyzfter
1 after leading S9hool sphoolThat S9hoolThat s9hoolThat
That franchise is scarcely in shape to tobe tobe tobe
be submitted to a final vote yet The Thecity Thecit Thecity
city cit still has several properties that the thecompany theeompan thecompany
company has not asked for forAmericans torAmericans forAmericans
Americans may be shorter sl1ort r lived than thanGermans thanGcrmans thanGermans
Germans as a German doctor d ctor alleges allegesbut allegesbut allegesbut
but at that Americans have havemore more life lifethan lifethan lifethan
than our friends across acr ss the sea seaMr seaIr seaMr
Mr Ir Chrlstensens statement that the theBowery theBowery theBowery
Bowery style of dancing daneln has invaded invadedeven Inadedeven invadedeven
even the highest social circles will cause causei causemuch causemuch
i much regret In a popular quarter of ofNew orNew ofNew
New York City CityThe CftoThe CityThe
The reason no political influence is isnecessary isnecessary isnecessary
necessary to get those twentynine as assistant assistant assistant ¬
sistant paymagtersliips paYma ter8hIps in the navy na is isprobably Isprobably isprobably
probably because the men who get the thcjobs thejobs
jobs will have to work for their money moneyAbout mone moneyAbout
About this time each ach year we always alwaysfeel alwajsfeel alwaysfeel
feel sorry for baseball teams In other othertowns I Itowns
towns I
Wife Learns Something SomethingYour Som SomctJjingYour tJJing tJJingYour
Your husband doesnt love you any anymore anymor anymore
more was the statement a young Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake matron received from a fortune fortuneteller fortuneteller ¬
teller whom she visited just for fun funa
a few weeks ago The thought preyed preyedon
on the young womans mind She tried triedin
in many man o little ways r 3S to win back the theregard theregard
regard she thought she had ha lost The Thehusband Thehutband Thehusband
husband did not understand why his hispath hispath lilapath
path had suddenly been made so pleas pleasant pleasant ¬
ant but like a wise boy he h > said saidnoth saidnothing t noth nothing nothIng ¬
ing and took the favors showered upon uponhim uponhim
him himThe
The wife worried much over the situ situation situation situatlou ¬
ation JThen 1ien Anna Eva Fay came to toSalt toSalt
Salt LaKe and the young oung matron matron de decided decid decidd
cided cid r tp 9 lay the case before Miss Fay Fa FaEmplo
Employing Emplo Ing merely her first name she sheasked sheasked sheasked
asked Miss Fay If the husband still stillloved sUllloyed stillloved
loved her but no answer 8nswerwas was given sivenThe 31venThe givenThe
The wife was late In getting home homefrom homefrem homefreni
from the matinee and found her herhusband herhusband herhunband
husband already alread in the house He Hegreeted H Hgretted Hgreeted
greeted her dutifully but not en enthusiastically enthusla5tlcaJly enthusiastically ¬
thusiastically She fancied she could coulddetect coulddetect couldeteet
detect eteet a warlike gleam in his cold eye eyebut eyebut eyebut
but he said nothing until dinner time timeThen timeThen timeThen
Then he began beganWhere beganWhere beganWhere
Where did you go this afternoon afternoonI 7 7I
I went to see Anna Eva Fay FayOh PayOh FayOh
Oh How was it itAll itAJJ ItAll
All right rightDid rightDid rightDid
Did she answer your question questionNo questionNo
No NoSo NoSo NoSo
So you dont know about it yet yetDont yetDont et etDont
Dont know what whatDont whatDont whatDont
Dont know whether I still love you youWhy youVhy youVhy
Vhy what do you mean meanJust meanJust meanJust
Just what I said saidI
I dont understand understandWell understandVeIl understandWell
Well you wrote a question to Anna AnnaEva AnnaEva AnnaEva
Eva Fay asking If Iloved you still stillXVere stillV stillWere
Were V re you you there thereNo thereXo thereNo
No I Iwas was at work all afternoon afternoonWell afternoonVell afternoonWell
Well then what do you ou know about aboutit
it
hI I Iknow know all about a it Im a sortof gart or a ahe ahe ahe
he Anna Eva Fay myself Next time timeyou timetot timeYol
you tot want to go pikln p1km on me me dont write writeyour writeour writeyour
your our question out and leave it on the thetable thetable
table when you ou go goOh goOh goOh
Oh OhYes OhYes
Yes I should say sa Oh I think thinkyouve thinkyouve
youve got your nerve to send in a thing
like that First thing you ou know youll youllget youllget
get an answer that will astonish you ou
Hostilities were jn immediate pros prospect prospect prospoet ¬
pect when the wife weepingly explained
that she had been given the informa ¬
tion by the fortuneteller and was dying dyingof
of anxiety to have ha > it confirmed or de denied denied denletl ¬
nied Hereafter she will consult her
husband when in doubt doubtGOOD doubtGOOD doubtGOOD
GOOD EASTER WEATHER WEATHERMay
I Ithe
May Be Local Showers Today But Butthe Butthe
the Outlook Is For a Fair FairSunday FairStinday FairSunday
Sunday SundayUnless SundayUnless
Unless the weather sharps are great greatly greatly ¬
ly l mistaken Salt Lakers will have havepleasant havepleasant
pleasant weather Sunday and Easter Easterwill Easterwill Easterwill
will be all that one can desire The Theindications Theindications Theindications
indications last night were for rain rainduring rainduring ialnduring
during the night and perhaps today todaywith toda todawith todaywitii
with warmer temperature From the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter prognostication It may be de deduced deduced doduced ¬
duced that the pain will be purely lo local local local ¬
cal and will pass away awn in short order orderinasmuch orderin1much orderITnifllUhi
inasmuch as a Salt Lake is now in a ahigh ahigh ahigh
high area areaH areaH areaH
H C Frankenfield of the weather weatherbureau weatherbureau weatherbureau i
bureau at Washington Vashin ton who is really reallythe reall reallthe reallythe
the big man in weather matters ar arrived arried arilved ¬ i
rived in the city ity yesterday on his way wayto wa wato wayto
to the coast and stopped over to spend spenda
a little time with Dr R J Hyatt the thelocul thelocul thelocal
locul weather forecaster foreca ter He expressed expressedhimself expressedhimself expressedhimself
himself as well pleased with the man manner manner nianner ¬
ner in which the th Salt Lake bureau was wasconducted wasconducted
conducted and said it was equal to toany toany I
any an in the country countryGLOBEWERNICKE countr countrCi countryGLOBEWERNICKE
Ci I
GLOBEWERNICKE CABINETS CABINETSAre
Are the best filing cabinets on the mar market market market ¬
ket They have devices for all papers papersand papersand
and build u un > in sections We Ve are areagents areagents
agents exclusively exclusivelyThe
The BREEDER BREEDE OFFICE SUPPLY CO
60 West 2d South SouthLEVAN SouthLEVAN
LEVAN IS QUARANTINED ISQUARANTINEDSmallpox QUARANTINEDSmallpox
Smallpox Widespread There ThereGlan ThereGlanders Glan Glanders ¬
ders in Cache County CountyThe CountyTile CountyThe
The widespread prevalence of small smallpox smallpox smallpox ¬
pox at Levan has made it necessary to toquarantine toquarantine tottuarantine
quarantine the town The disease had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been In progress for weeks eeks before any anyeffort an aneffort anyeffort
effort was made to report or diagnose diagnosethe
the cases of eruption with the result
that a large percentage of the popula population population population ¬
tion has been exposed Notwithstand Notwithstanding ¬
ing the lax JR attitude of the community communityand
and the refusal to submit to vaccination vaccinationas
as a means of checking the epidemic epidemicthe
the people are inclined to resent the thestrict thestrid thestrict
strict quarantine which whl h is now being beingeffectively beingeffecthely beingeffectively
effectively enforced enforcedThis enforcedThis enforcedThis
This is the second Utah town to be bequarantined bequarantlnedduring bequarantined
quarantined quarantlnedduring during the month Lewis Lewiston LewIston Lewiston
ton having been pleced pillcedunder under restric restrictions restrictions restrietions ¬
tions on the 7th Both places furnish furnishpractically furnishpntctlcally furnishpractically
practically the same sameThistory hlstory of expos exposure exposure exposnrc ¬
ure and spread of ths th disease diseaseOn dlselU5eOn diseaseOn
On Instructions of the state board of ofhealth ofhealth ofhealth
health Professor R VV Clark of the theAgricultural theAgricultural theAgricultural
Agricultural college has made a care careful careful careful ¬
ful investigation of the cause of death deathof deathof deathof
of certain horses in Cache county and anddetermined anddetermined anddetermined
determined the presence of slanders glandersbeyond glander5beyond slandersbeyond
beyond question As little effort has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been made to Isolate I < olote the horses affect affected atrectcd affected ¬
ed it Is feared that other cases will willdavdlop willdfv willdtiv
davdlop dfv lop in the infestedlocality infestedlocalityDifferent infe infested ted locality localltyc localltyDifferent localityDifferent
c
Different Proposition PropositionChicago proposHioiJo proposHioiJoChllago PropositionChicago
Chicago Tribune TribuneArdup Tribunlrdup TribuneArlup
Ardup rdup looking at a some suburban prop property property11Itt propertyWhat ¬
erty erty11Itt WliHt are lots worth alone here hereFive herlive hereFive
Five ive hundred dollars up upReal upl uplReal upReal
Real Estate E ta te Dealer DealerNot Not at all Five Fivehundred Fiyehundred Fivehundred
hundred dollars doll tS down downCorrect downCorrect downCorrect
Correct Easter Neckwear NeckwearVe i iWe
We Ve display tasteful patterns for the theoccasion theocoaslon theOccasion
occasion ocoaslonBROWN OccasionBROWN occasionBROWN
BROWN TEiRRY T RRY WOODRUFF VOODRUFFCO VOODRUFFCOTel CO COTel COTel
Tel 193 166 Main Street StreetHaserman StreetHagerman StreetHagerman
Hagerman Pass is one of the crown crowning crownIng crowning
ing glories of the Rocky mountains1 mountains1The mountains mountainsThe mountainsThe
The Colorado Midland Railway has is issued Issued i isued
sued a magnificent steel engraving en engraving26x40 Pllving Pllving26X40 i i20x40
26X40 inches I clies Showing a view of this thispass thispass thispass
pass It Is suitajple suita le for framing and andwill andi
will i 111 11 be sentto senttoof sent t a3i Jl addzs p i S F1 01 on re receipt receiptpf eelpt eelpt9Iii
of 9Iii 15 1i cents c ntsin in y smMJ rj Vr1te ltt C H HSpeers HSpears
Speers G P Ai A 3ifliter J er 01 1 L H HH 1
H li11 n fi 6 1eca t SnJ w JA1Cc
L Society 1 1A
i A caucus of the members of the La
dIes Literary club was held yesterday yes e1aay
afternoon and names were proposed
for officers for the coming year The
election will take place at the th first firstmeeting firstmeeting firstmeeting
meeting in May The following names namesare n namesare mes mesare
are submitted For president Mrs A
J Gorham and Mrs M L Ritchie lor
first vice president Mrs C H McMa
hon Mrs A J Hosmer and Mrs J H IL
Brown for second s nd vice president Mrs
A H Boxrud and Miss Ella Dukes
for recording secretary Miss Myra
Sowles and Mrs S L Boggs for cor corresponding corresponding coyresponding ¬
responding secretary Mrs 1rs O L Cox Co
for treasurer Mrs E B Critchlow CritchlowMrs CrltchloivMrs
Mrs F L Oswald and Mrs C C Dey
for critic Mrs Irs John Cain for his historian historlan historian ¬
torian Miss Linda Jessup and Mrs L LE
E Hall for librarian librar hibrarhn n MIJ Mr J J F Grant GrantThe GrantTh
The Th directors named of whom three threeare threearc threeare
are to be elected are Mrs Frank B BStephens BStephens
Stephens Mrs W r H Bintz Mrs MrsAaron MrsAaron MrsAaron
Aaron Keysor Mrs S F Fenton Mrs MrsA 1IrsA MrsA
A Parmalee and Mrs Hal W Brown BrownMiss Brownif BrownMss
C if I
Miss Lucile McCornlck of San Fran Francisco Francisco ¬
cisco is a guest at the McCornick home homefor homefor homefor I
for a short time timeMrs time1Irs timeMrs
timea a
Mrs Ledyard M Bailey Baile entertained entertaineda
a few friends at a luncheon today in incompliment incomplhnent incompliment
compliment to Miss Anne Starling StarlingMr
C C CMr
Mr lr and Mrs Charles Post and Mrs MrsBulley MrsBailey Irs IrsBuiley
Bailey are now at home at 963 Third Thirdstreet ThIrdStreet rhirdstreet
street streetMrs
C i C r rMrs C CMrs
Mrs George Y Wallace and Mrs MrsGeorge MrsGeorge i
George Tuttle will be homg hom today from fromthe fromthe I
the coast coastMrs
C C CMrs j
Mrs J F Grant jr has returned returnedto
to her home in Ogden OgdenSamuel OgdenSamuel OgdenC I
C C CSamuel
Samuel Newhouse returned last even evening eening evenlag ¬
ing from the east Mrs Newhouse re remains remains remains ¬
mains for some time longer in Paris ParisMiss ParIsIi
C C Ii ftMiss > IiMIss
Miss Helena Critzer entertains this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon in honor of Miss Nell Cul Cullen CuIlen Cullen
len
Mrs John Ward and her sister Miss MisaBrereton MissBrereton MissBrereton
Brereton of Provo spent yesterday sterda in inthe intheoibr inthe
the theoibr theoibrMr city
CCC CCCMr
Mr and Mrs George K Fisher will willreturn wmreturn willreturn
return from New York a week from fromtomorrow fromtomorrow fromtomorrow
tomorrow
v vMrs
it itMrs ft ftMrs
Mrs J f Croxall and daughter have haveleft haveleft haveleft
left for Los Angeles AngelesThe AngelesThe AngelesC
C C CThe
The meeting of the Browning sec section section seetion ¬
tion of the Ladies Literary club which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was to have been held with Mrs Wal Walter Walter Walter ¬
ter G Kelly today to d a has been post postponed postponed postponed ¬
poned for two weeks on account of the thedeath thedeath thedeath
death of Mrs Sarah J T Burgess mother motherof motherof
of Mrs W V C Jennings JenningsA
C C 0 0A
A reception was tendered Thursday Thursdayevening Thursdayevening Thursdayevening I
evening to Mr and Mrs Joseph H HRoberts HRobert HRoberts
Roberts of 617 Sixth street who were werequietly werequietly werequietly
quietly married on March 20 One Onehundred Onehundred Onehundred
hundred or more of their friends were werepresent wenpresent werqpresent
present Refreshments were served servedand servedand servedand
and the evening was otherwise spent spentin
in carrying out a musical ahd literary literaryprogramme Uteraryrogramme literaryprogramme
programme The decorations consist consisted consisted consisted ¬
ed of cut roses carnations ferns pot potted potted potted ¬
ted plants and the national colors The Thebride Thebride Thebride
bride is the daughter of Mrs Julia JuliaDye JulIaDye JuliaDye
Dye Thomas and sister of T F FThomas FThomas FThomas
Thomas
An Easter Bazaar Bazaaror BazaarOf j jOf
Of fancy articles artlcl g and homemade homemadeedibles homemadeedibles I Iedibles
edibles begins today at 10 a m at atRivers atHlvers atRivers
Rivers Bros store 140 Main Ladlesof Ladles
of First Baptist church in charge chargee
e 4 4Finest fI fIFinest
Finest dance floor and best music at atSaltair atSaltair atSattair
Saltair tonight tonightWOOL tonightWOOL
4 4WOOL a
WOOL MENCOME MEN COME BACK BACKWill BACKwill
Will will Wait Till Beginning of Week WeekBefore WeekBefore J JBefore
Before ResumingyClip Res Besth mi i g gClip Clip in inFour inFour I
Four States StatesMany StatesMany
I IIIan
Many IIan of the th eastern representatives representativesof I Iof
of wool houses who have been scat scattered scatf scatftered scat4tered ¬
tered through the states of Idaho IdahoUtah IdahoUtah
Utah Wyoming and Nevada during the thepast thepa thepast
past pa t two weeks came into town last lastevening lasteening lastevening
evening to spend today and Sunday SundayThey SundayThey SundayThey
They said last night that there is every everyreason everyreason everyreason
reason notwithstanding the two spells spellsof
of Inclement weather to expect a ful fulfillment fulfillment flUfhilinent ¬
fillment of the early forecast as to tothe tothe tothe
the size o ot the wool clip in the states statesmentioned statesmentioned i imentioned
mentioned mentionedNearly mentionedNearly I
Nearly Nearl every evcr bit of wool shorn du during during during ¬
ring the past three weeks is now n ow well wellon W wellon >
on the way eastward and it only re remains remains remailis ¬
mains for a continuance of warm warmweather warmweather warmweather
weather to complete the output It is isexpected isexpected isexpected
expected that this will be resumed resume at atthe atthe
the beginning of the coming week and andfrom andfrom At1
from that time on the work will be beprosecuted
prosecuted with rapidity rapidityi rapldltNo j
No big sales arc reported outside of ofthe ofthe j jthe
the few already stated nearly all the theclip theclip
clip having been taken under contract contractlast contractlast contractlast I
last fall and early earl In the winter winterEaster wIntera wInterEaster winterEaster
a b
Easter Neckwear NeckwearA
A beautiful line of special patterns patternsfor
for the occasion occasionBROWN occasionBROV occasionBROWN
BROWN TEJRRY WOODRUFF CO COTel COTel COTel
Tel 193 166 Main Street StreetAnother Str Streeta t te tAnother
a e a aAnother
Another Sort of Air AirCleveland AirCleveland AirCleveland
Cleveland Plain Dealer DealerMiss DealerlIss DealerMiss
Miss lIss Sirfffley has a decidedly insouci insouciant Insouciant Insouciant ¬
ant air about her dont you think thinkI
I guess it must be that awfully uwfull cheap cheapperfume ch cheapperfume ap apperfume
perfume shes always buying buyingTI buingi buyinghP
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Is Brought Right t to Your Yourand YourTable
Table InEvery Cup of ofV ofits
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Its Glorious Aroma Aromaand IJromaand
and andDelicious andjDelicious andc
jDelicious c Delicious Flavor FlavorIs
Is Unequaled UnequaledAsk l lj
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l Ask for the package with the thetea thetea 4Ji 4Jitea
tea tree on it itImported It ItJnportcd itlaported
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Imported And packed only by byM byl byi
l M i J i BRANDENSTEIN CO COSAK COoSAN Coc >
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HUSLERS HUSLERSThe HUS LERS LERSFLOUR LICRSFLOUR
FLOUR FLOURIe
Ie The best what is
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The ladies of ofthe the Central Christian church ch rch will willgive willgiue 1 1give
give a cake sale today in this store storevValking storeWalking storeATalking
Walking SkirtsI Skirts SkirtslyLade SkirtsMade
I Made or of dark fancy mix mixtures mix mixtures mixI ¬
I I tures in in stripes and cnecKs cnecKsseams checks checksse 1 1I 1seams
seams se ms are bound and tney they theyare B Bare
made by b
are oy j ji
men tailors tailors i 13 id I 33 5 p0 p0men 1 1I
I 345 3 45 for forAoiotner forAnother or wl I II
I Another Bargain in in Walking VsTalkin VsTalkinSkirts vv allcing
Skirts consists consists ox of a full plaited plaitedskirt plaitedskirt J Jskirt
skirt of fine quality of o Sicilian Sicilianin
in in black blue klueDrown blueb
hrown b Drown ana anawliite and andwlite andwhite 3 e 95
white 5 forChiffon for forCniffon or orI
Chiffon V ili gs
I Veilings VeilingsWhite I II I
I White with blackt black black with white navy blue bluebroivn blueb1oUJn bluebrown
brown and green greenworth worth 100 100a i
I a yard for A Apys 19 Zi cen cents centsIl t s sB9ys
Il
B9ys B9ysI pys pysMixture I Suits SuitsMixture
Mixture and plain l > lain special for forSaturday forSaturdar forSaturday
Saturday SaturdarBoyS
I 295 and 395 395ats 395c
c 1 BoyS Hats Hatsand Hat5unirgi ats atsand s
unirgi I
w i c1 1 1i and an Caps CapsLinen aps apsLinen
Linen and duck huts and caps for forsmall forsmall forSmith
small boys bo boysI boys35c s s35c
35c 50c 50cSpecial 5O 65c 65cSpecial 65 65Special
I
Special Half Price Sale of ofSpacntel ofSpachtel oft ofSpacliteL
Spacntel Applique and Roman RomanCut RomanCut
4 t Cut Out Work WorkSuitable WorkSuitable
II IISuitable
Suitable as Table and Dresser Doylies Table Centers Cent > ra and andDresser andDrefser andDresser
Dresser Covers The goods are of the better class of this thiswork thiswork thiswork
work and well worth the full price but a lucky purchase purchasepermits purchasepermits purchasepermits
permits us to use them as a special Sizes 6xS 6x 9x9 12x12 12x1218x45 1 12x1218x45 x12 x1218x45
18x45 and 18x54 inches Price range from 15c to 10 o 175 17 but buthalf buthulf buthalf
half these prices
pricesFOR
FOR SATURDAY SELLING SELLXXGEaster SELLI SELLINGEaster G GEaster
Easter Jewelry J for Or Satur Saturday Saturday SaturI ¬
I day Only OnlyCuff On I ICiI
Cuff tuttons Worth worth up to 100 100Brooches 100Brooches4 LOOBrooclics
Brooches worth worth up to 250 250Necklaces 250Necklaces I 1 1Neciclaces
Necklaces Worth up to 400 400Buckles 4000BuclJes 400Bucicles
Buckles worth Worth up to 300 30033aclc 3000Back 3OOBack
Back buckles Worth up to 500 500Watch 500Watch 500Watck
Watch fobs Worth up to 200 200Hat i iHat 1Hat
Hat Pins wortk tk up to 150 150Bead 1500Bead 150Bead
Bead chains cha chains s wx Worth > rtn up to 450 450Ladies 450Ladies 450Ladies
Ladies silk belts worth Worth up to 75c 75cLockets 15cLock ZScL0kt5
Lockets Lock ts worth up to 175 175Stick 1150Stick 175I
I Stick pins pins worth Worth up to 200 200Charms 2000Charms 2O0Charms
Charms Worth worth up to 125 125Supporter 125Supporter 125Supporter
Supporter buckles Worth worth up to 175 175YOUR 115YOUR 175YOUR
YOUR CHOICE OF THE LOT FOR FORPure FOR45c FORH FOR4r5c
H 45c 45cPure 4 4Pure I
Pure jB Buttermilk utter milk Toilet T qilet Soap
Regularly 3 Cakes for 25c 25cWe 25cWe 25 25I
I We have just received receiVed a shipment of 1440 1440boxes 1440boxes 1440boxes
boxes of pure buttermilk toilet soap It is the thesame thesame thesame
same quality that made such ch a hit h t six si weeks weeksago weeksag weeksago
ago ag when we had a big soap sale saleThree saleThree saleThree
Three cakes in a a box boxSPECIAL boxSPECIAL boxSPECIAL <
SPECIAL PRICE FOR SATURDAY SATURDAYt9
3 cakes
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The Famors Shoe for Women WomentJCNTNOTT
VINCENTNOTT SHOE GO COL1o
110 iLi IAIN STREET
4
TERRIFIC RACE WITH DEATH DEATHDeath DEA DEATHDeath
Death was fast approaching ap1 > roachlnJ writes
Ralph F Fernandez of Tampa Fla
describing his fearful race with death deathas
as a a result of liver trouble and heart
disease which hd h d robbed me of sleep sleepand
and of all interest In life I had tried triedmany trloony trieiiipany
many ny different doctors and several med me < ¬ I
icines but got no benefit until I began I Ito
to use Electric Bitters Btt rs So wonderful wonderfulvjas wondrfulas wondrfuiwas
vjas was as their effect etc ct that in three days I
felt It like anqW a nqw IPRP and tOOtu I Am Amc amcthed
c cthed a be all my trouble Guaranteed Guaranteedt Guaranteed5AtZ
5AtZ t Z C M 1 I PrUEDeptFrJce DrugDept Price il cents
ili iliE5TABLI5HED
E5TABLI5HED 5TILLSHEDcAA 1604 1604NE
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NE E PRICE TO ALL ALLTHE NEVER UWDER5OLD UWDER5OLDTHE
THE GREATEST OF ALL SATURDAY SPECIALS
50 fairs Pillow Shams ShamsIN
IN EITHER LACE OR FRE FRENIILAWSNS FRENIILAWSNSITi CHLAWS S STn
Tn f either > ithfl SNlthtel wo work k or IrISh Ioit ojlt fCtds buttonhoLe stttbfG stttbfGsC tttrhedsrallol
sC srallol illontl or 1Emstitchel ends nds Size 3x Value aluC Sue It Tae and soc S Special Specialfur eclal eclalfor
for Saturday > a pair
47c 47cEXTRAORDINARY 47cEXTRAORDINARY
EXTRAORDINARY ONE DAY SPECIAL SPECIALChildrens SPECIALChildrens
Childrens Schoo Aprons ApronsLawn
Lawn A Aprons > rons with front trimmed In embroidery Eding and InSfrt1on insertiniiand
and hemst1tCh d ruffle on breteUes Sizes to I 12 year Best iIc c value valueon valueon
1 12c
on sale at
25c 25c8oys A Aa
Boys Clothing Clothrn a Section SectionSPECIAL t
SPECIAL SATURD SATURDAY Y ALL DAY DAYBOYS DAYBOYS
BOYS K KNEE EE PAT SrITS In Norfolk and square cut styles As Asspecial a aspecial
special leader for Saturday onl only We will sell aU our ret regular < < llar 431 suite at
2075 2075Silk 275Silk
Silk Petticoat Special SpeciI55i
5 55i for 1 75 S8i S8iand 8iO 8iOand
and l 1O4IO OO Silk PetU PetUoaUJ Pettic
c MiSts Sonic with withflounces withf
flounces rIChly trl trlDtd
Dtd with plaltJDg plaltJDgVanD
VanD ke ruching ruchingand
and ruft1e Others Otherswith
with extra dee deet
t I u 8 t e r tucked tuckedflounce
flounce with full fullSILK
SILK rNDERLAY rNDERLAYTht
Tht arE mde or orflue
flue chitro ° tatf ta taand
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i Monday Tuesday and Wednesday WednesdayI
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I CHARLES FROHMAN FROH IAN PRESENTS PRESENTSLIONEL PRESENTSI PRESENTSLIONEL
I LIONEL8ARRYMOR LIONEL LIONELIn LIONELARRYMOR
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In the Grltest Jrc itest Comedy om dy Success Since SinceCharleys SinceCharleys
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By B Augustus Thomas author of uAla uAlabal11a Ala Alabama Alabaina ¬
bama Arizona On the Quiet QuietThe QuietThE QuietThe
The Earl of Paw Pawtucket tucket etc as pro produced pr prduCed ¬
duced the entire season last year eal at the theEmpire UteEmJJir theEmpire
Empire Lyceum and Criterion thea theatres thectrfs theatres < < ¬
tres New ew York with the New York Yorkcost Yorkcast Yorkcast
cast of eminent players playersPRICES playersPRICESEvening playersPRICESEvening
PRICES PRICESEvening Evening 25c to SL5 L50 Mati Matinee Matiuce Iati Iatinee ¬
nee 25e to 5100 100
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DAY DAYMATINEE DAYIATINEE DAYMATINEE
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The Th Great Emotional Drama DramaEAST DramaEAST DramaEAST
EAST LYNNE LYNNESeats LY LYNNESeats NE NESeats
Seats now on sale saleAs saleATIRAIION saleAlltMIIUJ
ATIRAIION EXTRAORDINARY FTUR1NRYAs I IAs
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As a Feature in a Fine Vaudeville Bill BillWeek BillWeek BillWeek
Week Beginning April 24th 24thTHE 24thTHE 24thTHE
THE THEPRESENTS THEUtahna THEUlahna
Utahna Theatre ThoatrPRESENTS I IPRESENTS
PRESENTS THE GREAT ENGLISH ENGLISHPRIMA I IPRDIA IPRIMA
PRIMA DONNA DONNAThis DON1 DON1MM DONIiThis
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This lady is positively the greatest greatestfeature greatestfeature greatestfeature
feature in vaudeville at this time tim Her Hersuccess Hersuccess
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success in the great vaudeville houscin houseIn houses housesIn
In the east was as truly sensational sensationalCLEARED sensationalCLEARED sensationalCLEARED
CLEARED FOR ACTION ACTIONWhen ACTIONWhen ACTIONWhen
When the body boo Is cleared ele red for action
by b Dr Kings New Life Pills PUJ you ou dan dantell dantell an antell
tell it by the bloom of health het 1th on the thvcheeks thftQheeks thecheeks
cheeks the brightness of the eyes tho thofirmness thOfirmness Thefirmness
firmness of the flesh fIeahand and muscles I11l1S Ccs the thebuoyancy thebuoyancy
buoyancy of the mind Tgy Ui them m At AtZ Atz AtZ J
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