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r = TIlE SAJLT LA LA1t HKAJUP liJ R1LD MONDAY Il y MAY lI Y 15 1905 9 5 3 3r
YOUNG BEGGARS BEGGARSGRAFT BEGGARSr
f r GRAFT PUBLIC PUBLICGimme PUBLICGhnjne
Gimme a Dime to See the Show ShowGets ShowGets ShowGets
Gets to KindHearted KindHeartedCITY XindHeartedCITY XindBeartedCITY
CITY ORDINANCE VIOLATED VIOLATEDYOUTHS VIOLATEDYOUTHS VIOLATEDYOUTHS
YOUTHS OPERATE NEAR MAIN MAINSTREET MAINI MAINSTREET
STREET THEATRES THEATRESWithin THEATRESWIthIn THEATRESWithi
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Within the last three or four month monththere monUICthfte moththere
there has grown up tp In Salt a1t L Lke Lkelas ke a aclass alass
class las of child < beggar yettMe3ier yettMe3iertvhose y iRtrs iRtrsvvhose rs rshose
tvhose hose parents are re not ftltlifteiaIIytat ftltlifteiaIIytattr9Sed 9ieiaIiyhttreqeJ HmuKiaHy fa fatressed
tressed but who prey upon paaserefey pa y
for stray nickels and dimes 1i for the pur purpose purJlOSf purTosf ¬
pose of f attending attendln one of the l II 10cent 10centhow cent centshows ent enthows
shows how or phonograph galleries IRlleriesThp gR1iereeThe
Thp little mendicants < ranging Tan ing in x ageprom age agefrom Ie Iefrom
from 7 to 11 years are re becoming such sucha 51Kha
a nuisance that complaint has ha been beenrnnde beenmade beetlTlade
made tothe police officers stationed tioned on
l0 loyer e Min street particularly at Main
and Third South SouthMister HouthUster IoutIiI1ster
Mister gimme gjm jmme a nickel nlek l willye sos
I can an get in the afrow abewT fe t the usual
manner of accosting passersby J1tL by
A steely teel look or a command to fade fadenway fadenwa fadeaway
away nwa r in the parlance of the street streetgenerally stretteneraUy streetgenPrally
generally hAS little effect on the ten
deryeared > d grafters graftersOh InlrtersOh
Oh please wonye now JK I want to toKO tuo tOgo
KO o come on persistently pt > entreats the theunabashed theunabasbed thet1nabashe1
unabashed kid kidThe kidThe JckThe
The boys usually pkk out men for
their victims and nine times out of of1n
ten a man will give a vagrant va rant dime dimerather dinelather dime2ather
rather than have hav the child childfor for the th
beggars b ggars are only children childrenhang hang oh on to t
his arm
Grafters Are Browsers BrowsersThe BrowsersThe BrowsersThe
The beggars be gars are re browsers brow rs that is
they feed fe > d on any and all conditions
Thc Th seedy d looking individual may mM mMrove m mlrovp
prove rove as much muchof of a softie rUe as thebet the bet ¬
ter dressed dresfM > d pedestrian triao Often their theirvictims theirV1tifls
victims instead of giving them money moneytvill mone moneywill
will tII simply take the youngster in the theBhow theahow thethow
Bhow A watch was kept last ni night l on onseveral onfwveoo onaevera
several aevera of the
youngsters near a aEmail aEIllaJl asmall
Email theatre > and it was found that
those whose wh plea wag answered by b a
treat to the performance were much mucht
less t > ss contented than tIi those wl who ho o received
the th money outright It is not to be besupposed besupposed besupposed
supposed that a boy will attend the theshow theshow theshow
show every night in the week The
Juveniles are sharpers sharpersgrafters grafters pure pureand pureand pureI
I and simple They simply pocket the thecoin theoin
I coin oin of the softies as the good
hearted are broadly termed tennedIt
It not infrequently happens accord
Ing to a special officer to whom com complaint complaint cornplaint ¬
plaint was made last night that the theyoungsters theoungsters theyoungsters
youngsters will tackle the same man mantwice mKntwice mantwice
twice within a period of an hour or ortwo ortwo ortWO
two Those who ho comply with Uh the thegrafting thegrafting thegrafting
grafting kids demands and who ho ex expect expt expet ¬
pet them to treasure up remembrance remembranceof
of the donor as his benefactor will find findthemselves findthfmselves findthemselves
themselves mistaken if they give the theyoung theIJUng theurtg
young urtg beggars half a chance chanceOrdinances chanceOrdinances haneeOrdinances
Ordinances Are Violated ViolatedThe ViolatedThp ViolatedThe
The police are to take the matter up upunder upmdpr upuriier
under the vagrancy ordinance and andIf see seeIf meIf
If the practice cannot be broken up I
So far as is i known kuo there are about abouteight aboutIght abouteight
eight Ight boys now spending their night nighton nhhtJ4on
on the street in n this occupation There Thereare Therear Thereare
are ar a dozen ordinances under which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the youths taught tn ht be arrested and made madeto madet
to t appear before the juvenile court the thesimplest thefimplpst thesImplest
simplest of which is the curfew or ordinance ordinance ordinance ¬
dinance dinancePORTLAND dinancePORTLAND
II IIPORTLAND
PORTLAND EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONSVia
Via Oregon Short Line LineSalt LineI LineJd
Jd I Salt Sa 1t Lak Laketo to t Portland and nd return returndirect returndirect
V direct diJ directSalt t llW
r Salt LaketoPorthtd ke 0 Portland and return returnone returnone
one way IlY via San Francisco 4250 4250Fait 4 45Osalt 50 50falt
Fait Lake to Portland and return returnone returnone returnone
< one way wa via Los Angers Ang AngtksTickets 5050 5050Tickets SO50Tit
Tickets Tit kfL to Portland arid return di direct diYPf diett ¬
rect YPf ett on sale daily from from May Iay 24 4 to Sept Septinclusive
30 3 inclusive Thkets reading one way wayvia waya
V via 15 a San Francis Fran < iSc < o or I Los > os Angeles Angp on onFale onFale onsale
Fale May 24 4 25 2 2fi 6 3 3R and 31 3 AH tik tikets tikets tbkets
ets good for stopovers are limited to toninety toninety toninety
ninety days yS from date > of sale Addi Additional Addltional Additional ¬
tional selling dates for tickets via San SanFrancisco SanFrKncJsco SanFrancisco
Francisco or Los Angeles Angel quoted later laterCity JaterCit laterCity
City Cit Ticket Office 201 Main street streetNO streetNO streetNO
NO TRUTH IN REPORTS REPORTSStories
Stories of Boxer Uprisings in China ChinaAre ChinaAre ChittaAre
Are False Says Minis Minister Minister Ninister ¬
ter Conger CongerFan
Fan an Francisco May 14 HE K II Cor Corgor CorJ Corger
gor J r formerly American minister mini ter t lChina thlna thirnt
China hlna who h was vasrecently 1iS recently appointed am ambassador aml ambansador
l lY bassador < ssador to Mexico exkQ arrived today op opthe 01 01r nithe
r the th < > steamer Siberia from the Orient OrientMrs OrlerltIrs OrI t tMrs
Mrs Irs Conger Coner acconfptjnied ronpunied him It is isMr isllr isMr
Mr Congers intention to proceed al aljnost almost alnost
most immediately to the City Cit of Mex Mexjto MexltO I > x xko
jto unless unless he receives orders to the thecontrary thecontrary thecontrary
contrary but Mrs Conger will fir firt firtTfturnto firtreturn t treturn
return Tfturnto to her home at t Des Moines la laIr 1aIr TaMr
Mr > Ir Conger s StlJd id that diplomatic mat matters mattNS natters ¬
ters In China are in a very satisfa satisfatoo sattsfatory ti6fa ti6fatory >
tory condition To a question 1 ion as a to toChinas toChlna tothInas
Chinas Chlna neutrality in the t RussoJapar RussoJaparese
ese war h b4t said id China has always alwaysfteen aJ ahwa < 1 S Sbeen sbeen
been disposed to maintain the strictest strictestneutrality strictestieutrahtty trjdf > t tllPutraUtr
neutrality between b < > t tn the tH > warring warrin nations nationsand naUoligand natloisand
and although there has been consider considerable Onsidfrable nnsbrable ¬
able criticism < from both Japanef Jltpan ar all allRussian aiRussian j jRussian
Russian sources sour < es I believe belie that the cln clnrieee Ii Iil1Pse
rieee government has never hown pat pattialltyone liarHaUt partiahity
tialltyone HaUt tiahity > one way or the other but ha haalwajs hac hacalwa1S Iiaalways
always adhered strictly r1ctIy to the require requirements rt requirenents > quin > ¬
ments of o the international law lawMr la lawMr
f Mr 1 Conger wa was asked Askt > d concerning Ont > rnin the thfperiodic thpprlodk theperiodIc
periodic rumono rumors of if Boxer uprisings uprisingsand 1Ipristngand uprtatngaud >
and replied Th There re is absolutely n ntruth ntruth ntruth
truth in such reports There is DO DOdanger 11 iidanger < 1 1dangtr
danger of another Boxer tx > r outbreak lf lfourse t tcourse > f fcourse
course there are occasional troubles troublEIin troublesin
in the Interior but ut they thf arise from frompurely from1urtI frontpurely
purely local causes which hi < h have no nobearing nobeKrlng nobearing
bearing whatever upon the presence presenceof pre enre enreof
of foreigners Th There re is no organised organisedmovement orgaa orgaaized2uovement W Wnovement
movement in China against nst the foreign foreignpeople fm foregxpeople n npeople
people There Therenevtr never has ba been a time timein timein timeIII
in the history historyof of the th country counrv when the thegovernment tltegovrntnent thegovernment
government was more ready or better betterprepared bPttff1rppared betterprepared
prepared to put down any incipient incipientorganized inripifntorganized incipientorganized
organized effort that might be > directed directedagainst cllretedagainst sheettedsgalnot
against resident foreifrner foreifrnerIT forpi ner nerJTWIL1 e eIT
IT JTWIL1 WILL KEEP KEEPIt KEEPItis < EEP EEPItis
It Itis is not always alw ys necessary necessaryto
to use a whole bottle of ofScotts ofSco ofcotes
Scotts Sco cotes ts Emulsion ulsion What That is isJeff isleff is1eftIIp
Jeff 1eftIIp wiirk win epWe Alehave haxe seen seerxa seeI seeIa seena
a bottle oF of our Emulsion Emulsionthree Emuls Emu1sonthree on onthree
three years yersold sold old that is Still Stillgood stillj stillgood
j good W What Vh hat t other prepara preparation preparatioL reparatioL ¬
tioL of cod liver oil will keep keepsweet keepsweet keepsweet
sweet and nd permanent for half halfthat halfthat halfthat
that length of time p Scotts ScottsEmulsion ScottsEmu1sion ScottsEmulsion i
Emulsion is always alwavs reliable reliablebecause reliableJ reliableJ I
J because its itsalways always absolutelypUTe absolutely absolutelypure absolutelypure
pure
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SCOTT BQWNE BWN4 409 Purl PdrlSreet Street reet N New w York YadrI
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FOUL PLAY IS ISNOT ISNOT ISNOT
NOT PROBABLE PROBABLENo
12To No Further Action Will be Taken in inI inthe inthe
I the Croker Matter MatterBODY MatterBODY ItlatterBQDY
BODY BQDY TAKEN TO NEW YORK YORKKEEPERS YORKKEEPERS YORKKEEPERS
KEEPERS OF OPIUM DEN TO BE BEPROSECUTED BEPROSECUFED BEPROSECUTED
PROSECUTED PROSECUTEDKansas PROSECUFEDIiA1I8U PROSECUTEDKaaeas
Kansas City Mo o May 14 HThopo HThopoe 14The Tho po polloc poie
lloc lee e cotnnieted c their investigation investigationof
of ol the visit vl lt of Herbert V Croker son sonof gonof sonof
of ijtleJuwdCreker i 1Ie1ird elt anl Cteker the exTammany exTammanyteader exTammKnleader exTammanyleader
leader to an opium den and the north northend northend northend
end saloons of this city which hlch resulted resultedin
in his death on a Santa Fe train near nearNewton noorNewton nearNewton
Newton Kan Friday morning and andunless andunl andunleee
unless unl thf relatives > S of young Croker Crokerrequest Crokerrequest Crokerrequest
request it no further action on the thecase theease thecase
case will iII be taken by the local police policeCharles policeCharl8 policeharfrs
Charles Wilson the negro porter at the theCoates theCoates theCoates
Coates hotel who ho accompanied aCom nled Croker Crokeron Crokernn
on hi hia visit to the opium den and later laterput Jaterput laterput
put him on a train at the depot was wasreleased wasretea wasreleasetl
released retea today to ar Ah Lee and Ghee Lee Leethe Leethe Leethe
the Chinese proprietors of the opium opiumden opiumden opiumden
den are Kr being bein held IH 1d and will m be prose prosecuted proserutNI proseuted ¬
cuted in police court for conducting an anillegal Knillegal anIllegal
illegal business butness3r businessl3rother businessBrother
Brother 3r ther Learns Particulars ParticularsRichard ParticularsRichard ParticularsRichard
Richard Croker jr passed p d through throughthis throughthis throughthis
this city clt today todR on his way to Newton Newtonto
to get el the body of his hl brother which it itte itIs itIs
Is believed will ill be taken to New Ne York Yorkat Yorkat Yorkat
at once Two detectives met Richard RichardCrokerjr RichardCrokerjr RichardCroker
Crokerjr Croker Jr at the station and told him himthe himU himthe
the U particulars of his brothers visit to tothis tothis tothis
this city eit He H asked if it could be pos possible possible peasible ¬
sible that his brother had met with withfoul withfoul withfoul
foul play and when told that the re result reBult reault ¬
sult of the investigation here did not notjustify notjustlf notjustify
justify that belief he intimated that thathe thKthe thathe
he would take the body to New York Yorkat Yorkat Yorkat
at once on e and nd that no further investiga investigation investigation investigatlon ¬
tion of the case Cds would ould be requested requestedHe
He said that Herbert Herbrt Croker Cro < er left New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York with 1W and that hiis family fKmil did didnot didnot dliiot
not ot know that he intended to stop here hereDeceased hereDeceased hereDeceased
Deceased Was Secretive SecretiveA
A man named Nixon a partner inthe intheNixon intheNixon itheNixon
Nixon Ship Building company eomPKny of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York said to be b a brother of Lewis LewisNixon LewisNixon LewisNixon
Nixon who succeeded Richard Croker Crokeras
as leader of Tammany was as with young youngCroktr youngroker oungrok
Croktr rok roker r today tedK Mr Nixon said that thatHerbert thatHerbert thatHerbert
Herbert Creker was a secretive man manand manand manand
and did not take his parents or brothers brothersinto brothersinto brothersinto
into his confidence and that it was not notsurprising notsurprising notsurprising
surprising that he did not give out outhis outbis outhis
his identity here Mr Nixon said that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the dead man had frequently left home homewithout homeltbout homewithout
without telling his family of his in intended intended intended ¬
tended destination and that he never neverexploited neverexploited neverexploited
exploited his identity anywhere anywhereBody anJowhereBody anywhereBody
Body Taken East Eastr EastNewton EastNewton
r Newton Ran May ay 14 HRichard HRichardCroker 14RichardCroker Richard RichardCroker
Croker jr tonight identified his hisbrother hisbrother hisbrother
brother Herberts body and started for forNew forNe forNew
New Ne York with the coffin at midnight midnightHe
He identified identU 1 the clothing worn by b his hisbrother Illsrothel hisrother
brother rothel and said the young man car carried carried earnod ¬
ried no jewelry jewt > lry thus setting sttln at rest restreports restrePGlts restreports
reports that Herbert Herbt > rt Croker had been beenrobbed be beenrobbed n nrobbed
robbed robbedPASSES robbedPASSES robbedPASSES
PASSES AWAYON AWAY ON TRAIN TRAINMiss TRAINMiss TRAINMiss
Miss Tessie Hines of Provo Dies DiesWhile DiesWhile 1 1While
While Coming Home From FromCalifornia FromCalifornia I
California CaliforniaProvo CaliforniaPnwo CaliforniaProvo
Provo May lar 14 14Miss Miss li s Tessie Tf ie Hines Hinesdiej Hinesdipd Hinesdied
died this morning T1lOrliil g on In the th San Pedro PedroLos PfdroLos PedroLos
Los Angeles Salt a1t Lake train Miss MissHines MissHines lIssHints
Hines had hadhN1 hfen 1e a sufferer l1fftrf > r from rheu rheumatism rheumatiIm rheumatism ¬
matism for some > time She he went to
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I i t i Miss Tessie Hines HanesLos HinesLos I
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j ji jLos
Los Angeles with her mother Mrs Kit I ibt ibttie i it j jtt j jt
tt t tie A Hines arwne months ago ag for th the thebeip1lt i ibenefit Ibettfftt
benefit of o her health h llh She seemed med to toimprove toItnpiuve
improve and ml Mrs MI Hines Hi returned about aboutthree autlhne aboutthree I
three months ago go leaving her daughter daughterin daQ httor httorin
in Los Attgejes AtU Five weeks ago Miss MissHhiefi lts lIas lIasHines
Hines HIn did dldlJt not qot feelw r 11IO well as when ben she shefirst lhflflnl J I
first went 10 CalifornIa and andHln Mrs MrsHines MrsHines
Hines Hln aKaip a anI t went Ot to tbe coast eoa Last I IFriday IFrida IFriday i
Friday Frida Mr < A He n Iledquhst l 4tullt n lst another anotherdaughter anotherdaughter tOt her herdaughl
daughter r of Mrs M Hines and Dr J H HSlater IISlater NFitter
Slater X Mr Hines soninlaw IOninJ nt went to toLos toLos toTdn
Los Tdn Angeles Anpel s in response to a summons summonsannottihrtag Stlmmomsan suminonaannouncing
announcing an g that Miss Hines Hi s was grow growing growlag ow owill ¬
lag ill worse Thev ht arrived there t hpr4 > Friday Fridaymorning Fridayrnin Fridaymorning
morning rnin aq4in s4 In nIP t evening the tarty INutystarted parvstarted tartystarted
started for Utah While Vhf near Eureka Eurekaon
on the I atnington JAanl tOf1 ruton this morn morning lnorning mornlag ¬
ing the rhewnattenvattacked rh upatlfm aUarktod Mbe heart heartand heartand heartand
and death followed followedT1w I IThe JTbfo
The jjrtefstricken Jrkflttl k n party continued t tSalt lSIt > I
Salt Lake I where Tf Dr Slater t + r reunified reunifiedtill > d dUti
till this Ui evening vflln taking charge chare hA e of the thebody thebody thebody
body and sire < Hin 1lines M and d Mr Mrs ht Tied HedQUtet Htdquiet Tiedquiet
quiet eme home > Dr j Slater brought broughtthe broughtthe < < ht htlMt
the down do th I It
body thievening thieveningMfep wf1ing wf1ingIUwa
Mfep t Htn IUwa < was theyoungest lbeyquugfStdaugh lbeyquugfStdaughleT daugh daughter daughtee ¬
leT of 0 the hite te R R S Hines r and was wasborn wasborn 8 8bcJrn <
born in this th s city twentyfour years ago agoShe a agoshe o oSIte
She was g xIof lovely > I accomplished ac oniphlshed young youngwoman yOun yOungwoman
woman arid her death comes es as a great greatshock greatto greatshock
shock to her relatives who have the thesympathy tbesymJll1bY thesympthy
sympathy of a large circle of friends friendsMURDERED frIendseo friendsMURDERED
eo
MURDERED BY BURGLAR BURGLARErie BURGLARErie
Erie Er Pa May 14 HPollee Police Sergeant SergeantJames SergeantJames
James Higgins HI gins who had been In serv service servkc en ¬
ice twentytwo years ye yeArs rs was murdered murderedabout murderedabout murderedabout
about Z oclock oJ k this morning mondn while ar arresting arreaUns atresting ¬
resting a burglar who ho wa wItS sr coming COmin out outof outof outof i
of the Central lItral school building The Theburglar Theburlar Theburglar
burglar egcaned egcanedDr scaJtrlDr soun sounDr
Dr E M Keysors Method M thod of Filling Fillingteeth Fill Fillingteeth in
teeth te painless polnl 152 162IIKln 1 Main street Auer Auerbaeh AUerbach Auerbach
bach Bid Bldg Phones B 1120K Ind 117
THIS WEEK WILL WILLTELL WILLTELL I
TELL THE STORY STORYChicago STORYChicago STORYChicago
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Chicago Strike S e Will Involve Thous Thousands Thonsands Thousands ¬
ands Unless Settled SettledANOTHER SettledANO SettledANOTHER
I ITEAMSERS
ANO ANOTHER ER MEETING CALLED CALLEDTEAMSTERS CALLEDTEAMSTERS
I ITH
TEAMSTERS MA MAX MAY4RECEDE XRECEDE RECEDE FROM FROMTHEIR FROMTHEIR
THEIR TH I POSITION POSITIONj POSITIONChico POSiTIONCkic
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Chicago Ckic May lY 14 HUnless Unless compro compromises compromises comproinises ¬
mises are offe offered by all the opposing opposinginterests opposing opposingElnterests t tinterests
interests in inth the fight now in progress in inChicago inChicago
Chicago betweencapital and labor the theteamstersstrike theteantsters theteanisters Ii IiChicago
teamstersstrike teantsters strike will spread many fold foldduring foldduring foldduring
during the next fortyeight fort elght hours The Therefusal Therefusal Therefusal
refusal of the teamsters joint council councilrepresenting councilrepresenting oundlrepresentinG
representing 35SOO lit toO union drivers drlve to ac accede acct accede ¬
cede ct > de to the demands of the Chicago ChicagoTeam ChicagoTeam ChicagoTeam
Team Owners association as ociatlon to handle handle7nerchandise handlemerchandise
merchandise Jt1trchan lse for all business houses houseshaving houseshaving > s shaving
having contracts with lth the members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the owners organization without dis discriminating disriminatlng dieeriminatlng ¬
criminating against the firms involved involvedin
in the present strike has brought the thecontroversy thecontIOersy thecontroversy
controversy to a p point int where a speedy speedysettlement spffdysetUement speedysettlement
settlement will have to be made to pre prevent prevent provent
vent an extension of the trouble troubleMore troubleMore
More Time Given GivenThere GivenThere GivenThere
There is a probability however that tbatthe thatthe
the whole trouble may be satisfactorily satisfactorilyadjusted satisfactoriladjusted satisfactorilyadjusted
adjusted without resorting rf > to such suchdrastic suhd suchdreetic
drastic d tJc measures After receiving the theannouncement theannouncement theannouncement
announcement of the teamsters joint jointcouncil jointeounrll jointcouncil
council refusing to obey obe the ultimatum ultimatumof sit imaturn imaturnof
of the Team Owners association a ameeting ameeting
meeting meetln of the latter organization orsa niz tion was washeld washeld washeid
held and it was decided deeid d to give the theteamsters theteamsters theteamsters
j
teamsters more time to consider the thepropositidn thepropositi thepropositi
propositidn propositidnMay propositi n ssMay nMay
May Change Their Minds MindsAt MindsAt
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At first J t it was the intention lflt flhiOfl of the theteam thtoteam lbsteam
team owners to put their ultimatum ultimatuminto ultimatuminto ultimatumiito
into effect effe < t tomorrow tomorrowmoming morning but be believing believing belieing ¬
lieving that the teamsters could be in induced Induced Induced ¬
duced to change their minds they were weregiven wereghen weregiven
given until Tuesday to make final an answer answer answer ¬
swer to the proposition proposit lln Information Informationwhich Informationwn Inforniationwhich
which wn < b the team owners own en sa say ay they re received r reived received > ¬
ceived today that the teamsters joint jointcouncil jointcounen jointcouncil
council was lL not a unit last night in Us Usdetermination it itdetermination ttsdeternsination
determination to fight the owners was wasgiven wasgiven wasgive
given by the owners as the reason for forthe forthe forthe
the postponement of the enforcement enforcementof
of the ultimatum until Tuesday TuesdayAnother Tue TuesdayAnother day dayAnother
Another Meeting Called CalledThat CalledThat CalledThat
That last nights decision of the theteamsters theteamsters theteamsters
teamsters will rill be reconsidered was wasevinced wasevinced
evinced tonight when a call aU wassent wassentout wassntout
out for another meeting of the team teamsters teamsters teamsters ¬
sters joint council for tomorrow night nightIn
In addition to this meeting m eting of the edT officials otficials edTdaIs ¬
cials of the Teamsters union another anothercall anothercall anothercall
call was as issued today for a meeting on onTuesday onTuesday onTuesday
Tuesday of the executive committee of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the International Brotherhood of Team Teamsters Teamsters Teamsters ¬
sters This committee is the controlling controllingbody controllinGbody controllingbody
body of the teamsters organization organizationand
and it is this body of officials that or orders orers orders ¬
ders ers or has the final word in the set settlement settlement setticinent ¬
tlement of a strike of their members membersRefusal mtmbt membersRefusal > rs rsRefusal
Refusal Means Discharge DischargeThe
The Chicago Joint Liverymens asso association asSQclation assoelation ¬
elation has become involved in th thtrouble the thptroubk thetroubk
troubk > and a strike of the th 2000 OO6 drivers dr driversemployed ers j
employed t > by this organization is is immi imminent jtflIflinent ¬
nent The trouble was wa brought brou ht aboul aboutl aboulhy aboullv I
l hy y the union carriage drivers refusing refusingto I Ito
to carry lsrr patrons of the association to tothe
the strikebound trikebound department stores A Astatement Astatement I
statement was as given out ou t by the th asso association as assoelation < o orfatlon ¬
elation tonight that commencing to tomorrow tomorroy tomorrow ¬
morrow the men m i n would be compelled to tocarr tocarry j jcarry
carry carr all patrons to their destination destinationand destinationand < m I Iand
and that a refusal meant immediate immediatediesbarge > I Idischarge Idi
discharge di halbe The officials of the rah rahDrivers Ca CabDrivers h j
Drivers union declared deel red tonight that thattheir thattheir
their men would all be ordered on onstrike 011strike onstrike I
strike if but even one member mt > mber of their theirunion theirunion
union was discharged dis < > harged for refusing to toobey toobt toobey I
obey obt > y the command of the association associationShould a ssistiOflShould gdation
Should this strike be called it will in involve involvo ¬
f
volvo ohf the hearse drivers and it was wasai wsstail t tail
tail = ai ail l tonight would necessitate n nec ssilste Halto the use useof uieof
of mounted guards to escort Ort funerals to tooutlying tooutlying
outlying 0 cemeteries should it be neces necessary netessary ¬
sary to use nonunion drivers driversColored driverColored driversColored
Colored Man rq m Killed KilledAnother KilledAnoth KilledAnother
Another Anoth < r death d th was added to the th list listof listof I Iof
of strike victims today toda In a contro controversy ¬ t Ierey
versy rcy arising out of the strike between betweenJohn betwf betweenJohn > en i
John Cahill and two companions ompani ns with withJames withTames withJames
James Jennings T nll1gs colored olor the latter was wasshot wa wahot wasshot
shot hot in the head and killed Cahill who whodid
did the shooting and who is under ar arrest arnost arrest
rest declares that he killed the negro negroIn negroin negroIn
In selfdefense While arguing over overthe oerthp overthe
the merits of the strikers and the thestrikebreakers thestrjkpbreakers thestrikebreakers
strikebreakers Cahill ahill says Jennings Jenningsrushed Jenningsrushed I
rushed at him with ith a club and knocked knockedhim knockedhim > rl rlhim
him down Cahill says ys the negro was wasabout wasabout wasabout
about to strike him again 8 in when yhf > 11 he hedrew htodrew hedrew
drew a revolver from from his hI pocket pork and andiretl andVrsst
iretl n The T bullet struck ruk Jennings hnnin in iiithc
thc th face fac and he died instantly instantlyI I IL
I L I grogoris IatTOforit < Hn n owner > r of a lunch lunchuap lunchann I
uap agm ann n III front ront of which hkh the sh ohfHttillg shwiiisgtook n < iiig
took place pIa ct vas attacked Ht tarkfd by friends f i nrl of ofJernings ofJennings
Jennings JtJ Hlin s later and beaten until fie 1 was wasWitonecloUt
xmcoiiFcious t1fon ciou Lagrogoris condition is isSHious isserious I
serious and 851 he will m probably die dieFLOODS dieFLOODS dieFL000SINNEBRASKA
FLOODS FL000SINNEBRASKA FL000SINNEBRASKAFour IN iN NEBRASKA NEBRASKAFour N BRASKA I IFour
Four Inches of Rain fn TwentyFour TwentYFourHoutS TwentyFourHours i
Hours is the Record RecordOmaha RecordOmaha
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Omaha Neb May ht 14 145f 14Several Sevrral > fral seri serious son sonous ri rious
ous floods and washouts prevail lrfH iI in Ne Nebraska Xebraska ¬
braska tonight a as > s a result ic f heavy heavyreins h heavyris < > avy avyr
reins r J yesterday y terda and today tOOa At t Craml CramlI rand ramlI
I Vid id d Hastings Halin and Harvard over overf I
f fT1r = ur inches il h48 of rain has fallen fa Hen in the thetwentyfonr thet thetwentyfour
t twentyfonr t ntyfour bears M At Norfolk Norfolktap Norfolktie orrolkLlP
tap Elkhorn river is the highest for lit fi fitun litit
ti tun en years Railroad tracks and wagon wagoniri5 wagon7dges 4bon 4bonr
7dges iri5 r es have been wasMed fI out or dam damilPI damageI rlamas
as ilPI ageI < l an anti < tfeere e h p danger dall fr Jhat nat the theI thetsfl55 he hel
I tsfl55 IFUIC l portion s4 < JI Norfolk my y to toV1 be beThe of ofi
V1 i i oil oilThe i iT1f
The waterworks wa tWOrkS atmlton Jon is tartly J full firtlof r11of fullof
of water watt > r and nd the el sleetnc crir rir light plant plant1S plant1Ssimilarly Us Issimilarly
similarly situated Many cellars nars are arefull arefun arefull
full of water waterBetween waterReteen waterBetween
Between Scribner ribner and Oakdale 1fM 1 1feet 1000feet
feet of Northwestern N tnwestem railroad track has hasbeen hagbten hasbeen
been washed out Portions of bridges brldrESand bridgesand
and one mile or track bet between WfI1 Norfolk Norfolkand Norfolkand
and Columbus are gone goneSTOPPED nt ntS J JSTOPPED
STOPPED S OPPED AT ATSAISON ATSAISONBritish SAIGON SAIGONBritish SAIGONEritlsh
British Steamer Suspected of Carry Carrying Carrying
ing Contraband of War WarSaigon WarI WarSltigon WarSaigon I
Saigon May 14 UThe The lFriiaL an s1IaM steamer steamerCarlisle titeaterCarlillk steamerCarlisle
Carlisle > 1ut h been delayed d IYedb heri rl on sue suspicion mJSpieion suepicket ¬
picket of carrying contrabantfof contrabran contrabanof of war warThe w wTn warThe
The Tn steamer Carlisle Ca rli51f under charter charterto la rt pr prto
to the t Russian Run governainl governffl em nt to carry carrys carrysupjslles aIT
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s sup supjslles pp eR frean fr e Vladivostok tJPort iPOtt Ar Arthur Arthut Artlsu
thur tlsu before bt > fote the canture < 1ttKureOr of otthe J the e latter latterplace I Iplare lplafe
place by y the J e Japa Ja Japaisme tei8e 6B lost J i her pro proIk projIIsr 1 1peller
peller Ik > r and Uriftd Af fd le San Miguel Bay Bayisland Bayisbtnct Bayisland
island of n Lvxon 1A wbenc t she he was al towed towedto
to 14 Manila anna The T acting ku rTrttnirT consul consulat > Jnsul Jnsulat
at Manila IIanil refused rp ed the renifei req1 ft1 of Q the theCarlisles th thCarlltk theCarllsles
Carlisles Carlltk > s captain to comnimifcute with withhte wltirhis lti ltiII
his II government regarding the disposi disposition d15JJOSitkMt disposition ¬
tion o of the t vessels V r8 cargo Iar o Early in inMarch InArtll InMarch
March Artll it was wa reported port > f that Japttmse Japttmsein Jap mse msein
in fishing fihln sampans made four attempts attemptsto
to sink the Carlisle but were repulsed repulsedby
by the customs ust ms guard on board the thevessel theessel thevessel
vessel who tired upon the t11 sampans sampansOLD sampansOLD sampansOLD
OLD WORLDQUARREL WORLDQUARRELRESULTS WORLD QUARREL QUARRELS
I RESULTS IN MURDER MURDERi MURDERPortland MURDERPortland MURDERPortland
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Portland Ore May 14 HA A special spe < ial to tothe tothe tothe
the Oregonian from rom Aberdeen Wash Washsays Wasitsays ash ashsa
says sa that in a saloon ealooli brawl between b betweenSweden tween tweenSwedes
Swedes and Norwegians Norw iaM John Thorsen Thorsenwas ThQncnKS Thoreenwas
was KS hit over the head and killed One Oneof Oneof Oneof
of the Norwegians admitted Raving hit hita hitA hita
a Swede but other testimony t mIIY was to tothe tot tothe
the t e effect elf t ttet the mart who struck the thoblow theblow
blow was s of dlffoFont di fffWont complexionfrom complexionfromUieman c mpl mplexIontomthiman xfon ftom ftomthem
Uieman them n who oeufeaeed and thtitThur JhRJTbursen thtitThursen I
sen was Us killed by an ttnunltnown unknown person
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C i iONE
ONE PRlCETOALL NEVER UNDER5OD
THERELL BE A RUSH FOR FORTHESE FORTHESESpEOI FORTHESE
THESE THESESpEOI SPECIALS SPECIALSTHIS SECIALSj LS LSTUIS
THIS j MORNINGfrom MRIiFrom MORNING MORNINGfrom
from 9 to 12 o oclock oclockFROM clock clockFROil
FROM 9 TO 12 1 OCLOCK TODAY TODAYWhite TODAYWhite TODAYWhite
White WhiteWash WhiteWash WhiteWash
Wash Silks Silks1fJJO
1500 yards white soft finish Ha Habtitai HKbutd Habinal
btitai Japanese Japtl ese Wash Silk nk 27 Z inches incheswide IncIteswldt IncheswIde
j wide > extra e tra fine quality Value roc 60cOn rocOn Geon
On sale ale from 9 I to 12 l noon neonatayard 39c 3r 3rat >
at atayard atayardLimit a yard yardLimit iCr iCrLimit
j Limit 20 9 yards to a customer customerTHIS eustomerTHIS custonierTillS
THIS MORNING FROM 9 TO 13 13OCLOCK 1Z9CLOCK lizOCLOCK
OCLOCK OCLOCKAnd 9CLOCK 9CLOCKAnd OCLOCKAnd
And itll pay you to get here at litoclock atoclock
9 oclock sharp sharpMO sharpI sharpieo
MO I BOLTS BOLTSWhite BOursWhite BOLTSWhite
White English EnglishLongcloth EnglishLongcloth EnglishLongcloth
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fn 12 I yard pieces pkc chamois finished finishedfor
for or underwear Value > nSH 15t From Fromtto trom tromtt
9 to 12 l oclock A Bolt t Q7fLimit
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THIS MORNING FROM 3 TO 12 12OCLOCK 1 1OCLOCK lzOCLOCK
OCLOCK OCLOCKToilet OCLOCKToilet OCLOCKToiletSoaps
Toilet ToiletSoaps ToiletSoapsTHREE Soaps SoapsTHREE SoapsTHREE
THREE BARS FOR 10 CENTS CENTSDont CENTSDont CENTSDont
Dont let the price reflect r nect upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the quality of these > Soaps They Theysell TheystJI Theysell
sell usually usua II at hUe 1 c a bar and are areRood areood aregood
Rood ood values at that price pri Including
Vitch Hazel Royal Glycerine GlycerineHoney G1ycerineHoney GlycerineHoney
Honey Oatmeal and Palm Oil Soap
All 11 on sale s Je today from 3 t to 13 13oclock 1 1ocI liZOclock
oclock ocI < lCk at atTHREE atTHREE atTHREE
THREE BARS FOR 10 CENTS CENTSTHIS CENTSTIllS CENTSTillS
TIllS MORNIXG lORNIXGFJROl FROM 9 TO 12 12OCLOCK 1 1OCLOCK 12OCLOCK
OCLOCK OCLOCKNew OCLOCKNew OCLOCKNew
New House HouseWrappers HouseWrappers HouseWrappers
Wrappers at 65c 65cEXTRA 65cEXTRA 65cEXTRA
EXTRA SPECIAL For two twohours twohours twohours
hours only 39 dozen new curded curdedDimity cJrdcdDimity cordsstDimity
Dimity House Hou e Wrappers r4p come in inBlue inBluc itiBlue
Blue Red Gray and Black ground groutidwith groulldwith groundwith
with fancy wHteJiguresruffle wlltengurcs ruffle over overshoulders orsooulders overshoulders
shoulders extra > x tra large flaring flarin flarinftmmee
flounce our regular ILO 1f 109 grade This Thismorning Thismornin Thismorning
morning mornin 9 to 12 I 12SPECIAL 2Er >
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SPECIAL PRICE PRICESizes 3C 3CSizes I
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TODAY FROM r ROM iTO TO 12 1 OCLOCK OCLOCKSPECIAL OCLOCKSPECIAL
SPECIAL SPECIAL20O I
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what 1iat this means meansJ2 mealls12te I
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ever pr advertised They Th are the theNewest fhpfw theNewest
Newest fw > st Cross Striped Grenadine Grenadine1iinains GfnadillflnnainO Grinadinsljrajs >
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green rNn or olive back Grounds round with withcross withr withcross
cross r s stripes of ofeontrasting contra c tra sting tin color colorCurtains colorsurtains 0101 I
Curtains that would retail at J200 J200SiK ILOtS OO
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SiK fl ° ial ia for today toda from f m 9 9to 8 SffZn
to K I oclock 0 rkck A pair at aL atBoys OU4 OU4Boys G f I I
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Section SectionSpeciaL SectionSpeciaLTHIS Special SpecialTHIS
THIS MORNING FROM S TO Ti 1i 1 izBOYS I IBOYS
BOYS KNEE PANTSIn navy i
bUu cheviots liner Jinf s iwed Wed 9 > f and tape tapecovered tapecnvcq
covered cnvcq seams ares 3 i to 16 years I
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SPECIALS FOR FORThis FORThis FORThis
This Afternoon Afternoonfrom AfternoonFrom i ifrom
from 2 to 5 oclockTHATMERITTHE oclock oclockTHAT
THAT THATMERITTHE THATMERITTHECLOSEST MERIT THE THECLOSEST THECLOSEST
CLOSEST ATTENTION OF OFECONOMISTS OFECONOM OFECONOM
ECONOMISTS ECONOMISTSTHIS ECONOM ISTS ISTSTHIS ISTSTHIS
THIS AFTERNOON FROM 2 TO TOOCLOCK TOOCLOCK
5 OCLOCK OCLOCKA OCLOCKA OCLOCKA
A Silk Mull Sale SaleTO
TO BRING THOUSANDS TlIOUSu DS READ READON READON I
ON ONAnother OXAnother ONAnother
Another triumph for our Wash WashGoods Wa WashGoode h hGoods
Goods buyer buy buyerfor rfor for the th > price at whKh whKhho whidlht ahPtihe
ho bought bou ht them enables enabltsu5 us to place plarrthem via viatht placethem
them tht > m on sale ale at less Ies than other othermerchants othfrmerchants othermerchants
merchants paid wholesale So Mon Monday lInnday Mooday
day from rom 2 to 5 oclock ocJockSILK ocJockSILKIULLSin oclockSILKMVLLSin SILK SILKMULLS
MULLS IULLSin in black navy blue white whUpcrfllm whitecream whitecream
cream pink red and lavender lavenderValue lavendrt lavenderati4Oc
Value t ati4Oc 40c A yard 19c 19cTHIS 19cTHIS 9C 9CTHIS
THIS AFTERNOON FROM FRO I 2 TO 5 5OCLOCK 5OCLOCK 5OCLOCK
OCLOCK OCLOCKNew OCLOCKNew OCLOCKNew
New Nearsilk Petti Petticoats Petticoats Petticoats ¬
coats 77c 77cTWO 77 77cTWO c cTWO
TWO STYLES In solid black the thekind thekind thekind
kind of material used in the th lr5 lr5and 15and L5and
and 150 grade of skirts trimmed trimmedwith trimmedwith
with 5inch accordion pleated bet bottom OOttom betturn ¬ I
tom extra t1ra dust ruffle the other otherstyle oU otherstyle r rstyle
style trimmed with band of same samematerials samfmat samematerials
materials mat rials new effects all alllengths alllenbths alllengths
lengths This afternoon 77f 77 7 c
U to 5 Special Specillvrlce SpecillvrlceSPECIAL price priceSPECIAL priceSPECIAL
SPECIAL TODAY 2 TO 5 P PM PMIN M MIN MIN
IN OUR OURDress ornDress OUltDress
Dress Goods GoodsDepartment GoodsDepartment GoodsDepartment
Department Department35inch
35inch li inch silk lustre mohair in navy navyblue nanblue navyblue
blue brown gan ga garnet t and black blackRegular b1ackRegular blackRegular
Regular value 40c SPECIAL SPECIALTODAY SPECIALTODAY SPECIAbTODAY
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TODAY Y 2 TO 5 OCLOCK OCLOCKLadies OCLOCKLadies OCLOCKLadies
Ladies Hand Bags BagsSALE
SALE SPECIAL P 4 AT ATEACH ATEACH 5139 5139This
EACH EACHThis EACHThis
This sale includes inclnd the newest styles stylesof
of avenue bags club bags en envelope envelope ¬
velope Ye10 bags in fact every new newand newamI fleWand
and desirable d irable style come in black blackand blaland blackand
and colors fitted with purse and andcard andtsrd arstcard
card case > bags b gs that sell regular regularly ¬
ly at i25 and 269 L 6 each go on onsale onsale
sale for f three t hours hoursonly S139 S139TODA CiS CiSonly <
only at t each eachTODAY 3yBXty 3yBXtyTODAY
TODAY Y FROM FRO l 2 TO 5 OCLOCK OCLoeKt00
460 Marseilles bed bedspreads OJ 2 40 an anspreads
spreads at each eachA eachA
A money saving marvel if there tliereever thereever thereever
ever was one One of those rare raretrade raretrade raretrade
trade happenings that come sel seldom seldom ad addom ¬
dom even at Auerbachs
100 White Marseil Marseilles Marseilles Marseilles ¬
les Bedspreads BedspreadsThe
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and cut corners for iron beds b ds and andpearl anl1arl and3earl
pearl arl hemmed ml1 > d satin < MarselTirs MarselTirswith MarseitiesaIlk ran < > 1T1f 1T1fwith
with patent woven back beautiful beautifulraised llfautif111raiPfd beautifulraised
raised designs Value > 400 To Today Torlav Today ¬
day from 2 to R oclock oclockOne oolU 50145kOn < k kOn
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at each ea11Gents eiseliGents W WGents
Gents Furnishing FurnisKingSection FurnishingSectionSpecial FurnishingSectionSpecial
Section SectionSpecial SectionSpecialTIllS Special SpecialTHIS
TIllS AFTERNOON from 2 to todozen 5 7J 7Jdozen J Jdozen
dozen Gents fine pleated white whitesoft whitefront whitesoft
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Regular R > gular 5100 100 values Spatial for forhours fora
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Salt Lake Theatre Orchestra Orcb tra John Rob Robinson RobintlOn Robitiasm ¬
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son n J I WHUrd Siuiw3 Duncan McAIHs McAIHster
ter Elbert Thomas Dean Dayn Daynes ayn8 5 Harry
Horsiey HONII Misses i1is Clomaina Pratt and Jen Jenn JenAlford Janiqe
n iqe Afford AffordA AiMedMusical
A Musical Programme concluding with withTHE withTHE withTHE
THE CHIMNEY CHIM JEY CORNER CORNERPrket COR JER JERPrilet
Prket 25c ic to toNEXT J JNEXT lee leeNEXT
NEXT ATTRACTION ATTRACTIONN
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Thursday Thu d8 Friday and Saturday Mati Matinee MaUped laU laUn ¬
nee n Saturday at t 15 p m mThe mTht inThe
The stirrtns mHodrama mHodramaThe mffooTKmThe me4odramaThe
The Sidewalks of New York YorkBargain YorkBargain YorkBargain
Bargain Prices PricesNizht Pri PrlcesNtht < < S SNiltht
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cjienp tenp who after having hxln contra contracted contractedcontlpat1on < OfttrJutf1constipation < ted tedconstipation
constipation or indigestion is still able ableto nbl nblto ableto
to perfectly restore resto his health Nothing NothhHwm Nothingwill i iwill
will do < 10 this but Dr Kin Kings s New Life LitePiUs LifeFi1l i iPills
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for headache h ntlnuhe constipation cOl18tip Uon etc 5c 5c c at atZ atz
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FREE FREErith FREEWith
With rith each child childs suit punha8fld At our fMllstort ourstore
store one large Platloo Photograph They Theyare Theyare
are the hJ highestgrade hegtgrade phot photographs phs known Jft6WRto
to photography phototnph1rlth photographyWith
With eAch ehllds chikf suit W we give OU an anorder anorder
order for ont of these pl pkturee pktureeSuits Jree JreeSUitfC
Suits from ttlo II IIAgp up upAges
Ages < 2 to 16 y years yearsi > 8 nI nIHI
HI i OUR SHOW WINDOW WINDOWIOUTO INDOW INDOWrOUlTON
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Where the Clothes Fit FitThe FitThe
The pie pieces e c s of ofurene orAurene
Aurene urene G Ggss In InlhConahas Inmcoea
mcoea lhConahas wIn wlndo wIndow
do dow range from sue eneto sueS
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No preservatives are used in the themanufacture themanufacture themanufacture
manufacture of St Charles CharlesSterilization Cream Creamcy CreamSterilization
Sterilization alone is the preserving presetingagencythe preservingagencythe
agencythe cy the cream is guarante guaranteabsolutely guaranteed guaranteedabsolutely guaranteedafso1ute1ypttre
absolutely afso1ute1ypttre pure and perfectly steri sterilized ste stelized sterilized ¬
lized It is made of ofpure pure milk rnilkonly rnilkonlycondensed only onlycondensed onlycondensed
condensed by evaporation and andtreated andtreated andtreated
treated only onlyby by y the scientific appli application application applicationofheat ¬
cation cationofheat of heat That Thatis is the reason reasonit reasonit reasonit
it does not pall on the tenderest tendereststomach tendereststomach tendereststomach
stomach It is also the reason whyit why whyit
it never nevercurdle curdles It is as palatable palatableas
as the finest fresh milk or cream creamyou creamyou creamyou
you ey e eter r tasted tastedit it costs no more moreIn moreIn moreln
In using us g it you take no chances chancesSold chancesSold chancesSold
Sold by best bestgrocers grocers everywhere everywhereST
ST CHARLES CONDENSING CO COSi COStCbuJes COSt
Si StCbuJes Charles III IIIOUR 111Spring IllSpring
Spring SpringWeddings SpringWeddings
Weddings WeddingslIake
Make heavy demands upon us for forour forour
our ISkarat wedding rings and andcholle andchoice
choice presents from our line or orsterling ofsterling
sterling silver We can supply supplyovery supplyevery
every need and fit any purse purseREASONABLE purseBEASONABLE
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REASONABLE PRICES PEICESRecord PRICESA
A Great Hit HitThats
Thats Its Salt Lake LakeRecord
Record RecordPRESTON RecordPRESTON
PRESTON FLOUR FLOURA
A trial always In In8ures insores
sores a permanent permanentconsumer permanentOUR
consumer consumerPRESTO
PRESTO lIILLING CO COPreston
Preston Cache alley Idaho IdahoCLEAVELAND
I IDistributors
CLEAVELAND C01L CO
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OUR LOS ANGELES ANGELESFRIENDS ANGELESfRIENDS ANGELESFRIENDS
FRIENDS FRIENDSWe
We are confident have never neverdrank neverdmnk neverdrank
drank coffee more delicious and andrich aldridr aidrich
rich or with more delightful delightfulpleasing delightfulpleasing delightfulpleasing
pleasing aroma than thanHEWLETTS thanHEWLETTS thanHEWLETS
HEWLETTS FRESH ROAST ROASTED ROASTED ROASTED ¬
ED MOCHA AND ANDJAVA ANDJAVA ANDJAVA
JAVA JAVAWhy JAVAWhy JAVAWhy
Why drink stale unwholesome unwholesomecoffee unwholesomecotree unwholesomecoffee
coffee when your grocer can sup supply supply supply ¬
ply you with the fresh roasted roasteddirect roasteddirect roasteddirect
direct from Hewletts large largeroasters lllIberoasters largeroasters
roasters for the same price Ask Askfor AskfOI Asklot
for it
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May tay Be a Stylish Styli StylishOne h One But It Makes MakesTrouble MakesTrouble lakl laklTrouble
Trouble TroubleA
A man usually buys a hat thats that uin uinItII in instyle instyle
style ItII but the modern hat for men has liaslots hasIot 1as 1aslots
lots Iot to answer for forBaldheads forBaldheads
Baldheads S are growing I mre m ° re numerous numerousevenr numerousevery 7 7placE
every day Hats I 7 make k excellent x breeding breedingplaces breedingplaces
places = for the parasitic germs erm < which sap sapthe tapthe napthe
the life from the roots of the hair hairWhen hairVhf hairWhen
When Vhf > n your our hair begin > to fall out and andvour andyour andyour
your scalp = is full of Dandruff it is a nsure asurc asure
sure surc sign that t these countless germs are arebusily
busily b at work workThere workThere
There Is Wb1 but f one way to overcome the thetrouble Ulltrouble thetrouble
trouble and kill the germs germsthat that way is isto isto isto
to apply Newbros Herpicide to the th scalp scalpit
it will kill the germs and healthy hair hairis hairL hairis
is L sure to result resultSold rt resultSold > sutt suttSold
Sold by leading druggists Send lOc in instamps instamps instamps
stamps for sample to The Herpicide Co CoDetroit CoDetroit
Detroit AHMi AHMiThere Mid Mid11llN1TNESS nhWilliNG
1 1There
WilliNG 11llN1TNESS 11llN1TNESSThere WITN S
There Are re Many More in Salt Lake LakeCity LakCity LakeCity
City CityGratitude CityGratitude CityGratitude
Gratitude makes thousands of will willful ¬ I
lug witnesses There are many grate grateful gratemi I
ful people in Salt Lake City Cft > The tes testimony teatirnony ¬ i
timony of friends and neighbors of ofpeople ofpeopl ofpeople I
people you know Is evidence yid nce beyond beyonddispute beyonddispute beyonddispute
dispute Read Re d this statement st tement made by bya bya
a a Salt Lake City citizen citizenThomas citizeflThomas
Thomas Curtis engineer of 21 217 17 South SouthSecond SouthSecond SouthSecond
Second West rost street says saysPain sa saysPain s sPain I
Pain in my il3 back and hips as the theweeks theweeks theweeks
weeks and months rolled by became so socondition soStvere sosevere
severe that I greW anxious about m1 m1condition mycondition I
condition When there was added to toit toit toit
it a distressing and annoying condition conditionof j jof Iof i
of the kidney kldn > secretions I reasoned that thatsomething thatsomething
something serious might result Added Addfdto Add d dto j jto I I
to the above were dizziness dizzln and a blur blurrln blurring r rring
ring rln before my eyes and on more than thanone thanone thanone
one occasion I came to the conclusion conclusionI condu lon lonI j
I would be compelled to give g e up my m oc occupation ocupation occiapatlon i
cupation for fordifferent different remedies remedlesandaii remedlesandaiiof and all allof allof
of them standard did notftbrin nota bring relief reliefand reHefKnd reliefand
and the use of plasters and other make makeshifts makcshifts makeshifts ¬
shifts was useless An advertisement advertisementabout advertigementabout advertisementabout
about Doans JCidney idne r Pills influenced influencedme
me to go to the th F J Hill Drug com companys companys coInpanys ¬
panys drug store for a box While WhileI VhileI
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treatment has radically cured mc of ofkidney oflcldnlY ofkidney
kidney complaint I know that my myhealth mYhetllth myhealth
health is better and my back is con considerably eonsiderKbly considerabty ¬
siderably stronger I have ha e every con confidence confidence eonfidence ¬
fidence in this remedy and am more morethan morethKn moretitan
than pleased to publicly endorse it itFor IL ILFOr ItFor
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thoroughly artistic instrument and Kn that thatat thtat thatat
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CURRENT TIME TABLE TABLEIn
In Effect Oct 9 1904 1904LEAVE 1904LEAVE 1904LEAVE
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY CITYKb CITYNo CITYNo
No 6 for Denver and East EastS5 S50AM S50AMNo A1 A1No2 AM AMNo
No No2 2 for Denver and East E East315 315 PM PMNo PltNo4 PJItNo
No No4 4 for Denver and East EastS SG5PM SG5PMNo PL PLNo PMNo
No 11 for Ogden and local points pomts5eG 5 PM PMNo PMNo PMNo
No 10 for Heb Heber r Provo and andMarysvale andIarysvale andMaryavale
Marysvale SWAM SWAMNo 8fIi AlI AlINo AtMNo
No S for Provo and Eureka Eureka50 600 PM PMNo P PMNo I INo3
No No3 3 for Ogden and West Westllit 11 PM PMNo PLNo1 PMNo
No No1 1 1 for Ogden and West14 West 14SPM 14SPMNo PJoL PJoLNo5 PMNo
No No5 5 for Ogden and West WesL1O3Ii 1036 1fi AM AMNo AtMNo AMNo
No 102 for or Park City CitYu s1i iKAM iKAMNo AL ALNo AtMNo
No 112 for Bingham SWAM 8MJViVNo 81IA SWAMNo t tNo
No IMror U 114 for Bingham 300 PM PMARRIVE PMARRIVE PMARRIVE
ARRIVE SALT LAKE CITY CITYNo CITYNo CITYNo
No 12 from Ogden and local localpoints localpoints localpoints
points 3SoAM 3SoAMNo 310AMNo
No 5 from Denver and Bast1 East t1t2S 1425 25 AM AMNo AlLNo1 AtMNo
No No1 1 from Denver and East East135 136 PM PMNo Pl PlNo3 PMNo
No No3 3 from Denver and East 1130 PM PMNo PYNo9 PMNo
No No9 9 from Heber Provo and andMarysvale andMarysvale andMaryavale
Marysvale 600 00 PM PMNo PINo PMNo
No S from Ogden and WestSw West 84 AM AMNo AMNo2 AtMNo
No No2 2 from Ogden and W WestZ6 West 3C6PM 3C6PMNo PL PLNo4 PMNo
No No4 4 from Ogden lden and West7i West55No West 755 PM PMNo PMNo
No 7 from Eureka and Provo Provo1OOOAM Provo1OOOAMNo 1000 1 OO AM AMNo AXNo
No lOirrom 101 from Park City 515 J6 PM PMNo PMNo PMNo
No 113 from Bingham J59AM J59AMNo J03O 1 51 AM AMNo AtMNo
No 115 from Bingham 54 549 PM PMPERFECT PMPERFECT PMPEREECT
PERFECT DINING CAR SERVICE SERVICEAll
All trains except Nos 1 to 6 step at atIntermediate atintermediate atIntermediath
Intermediate ooints oointsTicket DointsTicket nointsTicket
Ticket office Dooly Block Phone 205 205Time 705I 105I
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IN EFFECT EFFECTMAY EFFECTMAY EFFECTMAY
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MAY 7 1905 1905No 1905ARRIVE 1905ARRIVE
ARRIVE ARRIVENo4From ARRIVENo
No No4From 4 4From From Ogden Chicago ChicagoOmaha ChicagoOmaha ChicagoOmaha
Omaha St Louis Kansas KansasCity 515 a m
City Cit and Denver DenverNo IJenverNo DenverNo
No 8 8From From Ogden Portland PortlandButte 839 a m
Butte and San Francisco FranciscoNo FranclscoNo6From
No No6From G 6From From Ogden and inter intermediate ¬ 939 a m
mediate points pointsNo volntsNo pointsNo
No 12 1From From Ogden Cache CacheValley Cachei CacheValley
Valley and intermediate intermediatepoints j intermediatepoints I
1145
points pointsNo pointsNo i ad a m mNo
No S liFrom From Ogden Chicago ChicagoSt
St Louis Kansas City CityOmaha CItYa CityOmaha
Omaha a Denver and n S San n nFrancisco 445 4J 4JFrancisco
Francisco FranciscoNo teoD p IB mNo
No 10 1oftom Ftom Ogden Cache CacheValley CacheValley ache achei
Valley c St Anthony Port Portland Portland ¬ 749
land i and l San a Francisco FrancIoDEPART J8c p in inNo mDEPART
DEPART DEPARTNo
No 6 5For For Ogden Omaha OmahaChicago OmabC OmahaChicago
Chicago C lcago Denver Kansas KansasCity
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llv a fflNo
Cityand Clt City and St Louis LouisNo LouisNo
No 7 For Ogden Portland Portlandand Portlandd
St Anthony San Francisco Franciscoand c 1030
a m mNo
and d 1 intermediate I l1p points pointsNo uw uwNo
No 1 IFor For Ogden Omaha OmahaChicago OmahaChicago OmahaChicago
Chicago Denver Kansas KansasCity Kan58Sj KansasCity
City St Louis and San SanFrancisco ffl 1 9 n
j 1 p m mNo
Francisco FranciscoNo cl r rNo
No 11 UFor For Ogden Cache Val al alhey 418 ffl fflley
ley and intermediate points pointsNo3For pointsNo I0 Pm F FNo
No No3For 3 3For For Ogden Denver DenverKansas DenverKansas DenverKansas
Kansas City Omaha St StLouis Af AfLouis 8S
Louis and Chicago ChicagoNo ChicagoNo9For ChicagoNo Pm
No No9For 9 9For For Ogden Cache Val Valley Yalley VaIicy ¬
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San Francisco and inter IIJ5 n
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are Oregon Short Line train numbers num r aat aatdo aDd aDddo sassdo
do not apply to the Southern Pacific west westof w wof westof
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EFFECTIVE MAY 1A Y 1ST 1906 1906DEPART 19 1906DEPART 6 6DEPART
DEPART DAILY DAILTFrom DAILYFrom DAILYFrom
From Oregon Short Line Depot DepotSalt DepGtSalt DepotSalt
Salt Lake City CityNo Cit CitNo CityNo
No 6 6For For Stockton and Tintic 11Z irDistrict
745 m
District iriift > a OJ OJNo inNo
No 33 33For For Provo MercHr MercHrManti MetcarManti erevr erevrll
Manti and points on Sawpete t Oftfl 2MValley
800 0
Valley ll OtfU UUU a ffl fflNo mNo inNo
No 31 31For For Provo Nephl and JTfln 500 AI1 AI1Lynn
Lynn aUU ihUtI p h ID IDNo mNo inNo
No 1 IFor For Los Angeles and In C5ft 830 2Atermedlate n
termedlate Points OOU UdJ p Ill mNo IllNo
No 35 35For For Nephi and IntermeIt 2n
IntermeU30 IntermeIl20diate > n m
diate Points iU Vt p l HI HIARRIVE mARRIVE IIIARRIVE
ARRIVE DAILY DAILYNo DAlLYNo DAILYNo
No 2 ZFrom From Los Angeles and Ain 12AIntermediate
Intermediate Points Uau 630 U a m m mNf inNo 1 1No
No 32 32Prom Fom Lynn L Provo and Qrft flflIntermediate
eL 950 m
Nf Intermediate t e Points 7U 8 8No a m mNo inNo
No 36 36From From Manti Nephl and 12ft 120Intermediate
Intermediate Points PointsNo 130 I3W u Pm p I m Ul IIINo UlNo
No 34 31From From NephL N VhL Provo and 540 CJfl I1I I1IIntermediate rt m
DW ffl fflNo inNo
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No No6From 6 6From From Tintic District and Afm 600 IUI IUIIntermediate n m
Intermediate Points ° Uy P PStandard Pm III IIIStandard
Standard Pullman Service Dally Dany Be Between Between Between ¬
tween Salt Lake Mllford Caliente Las LAIVeims LA LAV LasVeiras
Veims V and Los Angeles AngelesDirect AngelesDirect AngelesDirect
Direct Stage Connection for all Mining MInln MInlnDistricts
Districts In Southern Utah and Nevada Nevadaincluding Nevadaincludinr
including Bullfrog BullfrogCity BullfrogCity BullfrogCity
City Ticket Office No o 17 1 W Second SecondSouth SecondSouth SecondSouth
South Street Telephones 1 ItSi ItSiE 101GE S SE
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Salt Lake and Ogden Railway RailwayTime RailwayTime RailwayTime
Time Table in Effect Erf t Sept 6 ISM ISMLeave 1mLLeave 1904Leave
Leave Salt Lake 630 and 9 J a m n 3 3and 3and W Wand
and 530 a m mLeave mLeac mLeave
Leave Farmlngton 4 and Lagoon L IIoOR 731 and aD sKl < 1
10 a m 190 and 690 6 p ra raExtra mExtra asExtra
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