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Tii ALT LAKE HERALD WEDNESDAY MAY 3IA 17 1905 19O 3
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f f DEY IS WORKING WORKINGON
f ON FRANCHISE FRANCHISECity
City Attorney Will Prepare Opinion Opinionon
I on Octopus Grab GrabTO GrabTO GrabI GrabREPORT
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TO REPORT NEXT NEXTMONDAY NEXTMONDAYNEWHOUSE MONDAY MONDAYNEWHOUSE
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1 NEWHOUSE ORDINANCE TO BE BECONSIDERED BECONSID
3 CONSIDERED CONSID RED TONIGHT TONIGHTCity TONIGHTCity
City Attorney Att rney C C Dey begun egan work workyesterday workesterday workr
r yesterday on his report r jort concerning th thnew the thei
i new 11 W ordinance ext ex extdh dtar the franchises franchisesof
I of the Utah Lfeht firTtkHway flkIIway company companyThe companyThe companyThe
The ordinance wasreferred w wa referred to him by bythe bythe bythe
the council councilThose councilThose coundlThom
Those who ho have 11 ve familiarized them theinRHves tMotnfres themlvee
RHves lvee with Uh his kI ofHcial o tdal cts ct are con convinced conjne conirce ¬
vinced jne irce that h he will not sanction iiwuti < 1n any anyfranchl anyIranchI ny nyfranchise
franchise meaxuren that do not gIve gheth gIveth ive ivetht
tht th people of Salt Lake value received receivedtor receivedi
i tor the lh rights and privileges that are areto areto areto
to l he > e conferred in the proposed p ex extended x xtenl ¬
tended tenl franchise During the confer cotiferfiices ronfcrIW confereIIe
fiices IW over the several drafts of the theordinance theordlnantt theordInaiit
I ordinance he made a number of sug suggestions sugg suggest ¬
g gest gestions tins as to what hat should go into the thefranchise thefranchi t lie lieI
I franchise in order properly roperl to prot prottd prottdthe < t tthe
I the interests of the city < ity Some of thev thevsuggestions the thesuggstlons > c I IsUggfoStions
suggestions the minor ones were werevepted wt > te 1 1pted <
f vepted pted by y the majority W 4i the joint i rnu rnuJlidpal mu3idpa1 u uuRipal
uRipal laws a8 and special water at r 1011 1011inittee om ommittee
1 inittee but the really essential ntit o OIiPS OIiPSWE oiuslvpre es eswere
were WE > re rejected They did not meet with withthE w Ui Uithe L1the
the > approval of the attorney for the theTtah t tIiittziIi 111 111ttah
Ttah Light Hail Railway way cotni company Om > aiiy m Y and andfor anI anIfor tniI
I for that reason were not adaptable adaptableto af tptahlt tptahltto
I to Councilmen Fernstrom Wells Tells Hew Hewlett Hewlett Hewlett ¬
lett and Preece the thel four ur members of oftae oftll ofthe
tae tll joint committee responsible for the theordinance theordinance theortilnance
ordinance now before the council councilThe councilThe
The fi franchise ordinance will m be agaIn I
before the council at its meeting next nextMonday nextMonday ext extMonday
Monday night by which time the two twomembers tomt twomembers
members mt > mbers Counciimen A J Davis and andIi
32 1 H Davis who were re out of thQ tht th city cityMonday cit citMonday
I Monday night will it is expected be bein bein heI
I in their seats Their presence how howfVcr howwr however
ever wr is not expected to change the thelineup theJinf thelineup
lineup Jinf > Up of the councilman n as A J JDavis JDavis I IDnls
Davis is avowedly a vOfdt against granting the thepropose tbepro thepropomd
propose pro propomd lexttnsion extension and E H Davis DavisIs DavhI
I Is I said to be determined to vote for forany forany forany
any kind of a franchise extension prop proposition proposition propOsition ¬
osition that is satisfactory U8fartorY to the Utah UtahLight Utahlfght utahLight
Light Railway company COfI1pa y regardless regardlessof r rdless rdlessof
I of how ho it may Jna affect aft t the interests intere t of ofthe ofthE
j the > people f of Salt t Lake City CityThe Clt CltThE CityI
I The > ordinance granting to Samuel SamuelTCewhouse SamuelNE
I TCewhouse NE > whouse a franchise franeh to construct constructmaintain oustructmaintain
I k maintain and operate a lighting plant plantis
t is due to corne Or up U tonight before the thejoint thejoint thejoint
joint committee to which it was re referred reffrred reI ¬
I ferred At the meeting of the commit committee committf ¬
I tee tf two weeks ago a o Mr II Newhouse ex exTluined exTlained oxTlained
Tlained his project fjet but some of the theromniHteemen theommlttet theI
committeemen ommlttet > men wanted more Informa Information lfom13ti informatkin ¬
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tion ti m and HO o an adjournment was taken takenuntil takenuntlt takeni
i until tonight The advocates in the thecouncil theOflUcit
council of granting the franchise will willendeavor willndEavor wiltetidoavor
endeavor to have > definite dE > finitE > action taken takenIn takenlit takenI
I In regard to it al the meeting meetingWednesday meetin meetinE meetingWetiptesday
Wednesday E > dlt Jay fyst l Lst st day da of Hair Goods GoodsDemonstration GoodsI
I Demonstration I > f > l11onstra lion Walkers Store tor oppo opposite oppositE opposite ¬
site > Exchange Desk DeskCROPS DeckCD DeskI DeskCROPS
I CD 4 4CROPS
CROPS SHOWING UP WELL WELLGrowth WELLJ
J Growth Not Materially Materiaily1Affectcd Affected by byUnfavorable byUnfavorable byUnfavorable
Unfavorable Conditions ConditionsThe
The Th weather weath r bureau bu u for the Utah sec section section seef ¬
f tion has issued the weekly statement statementof
of f conditions hereabouts ending endi last lastMonday lastMonday k kMonday
Monday as follows followsThe fol8The followsThe
The weather during the week eek was wasrioleworthy wasroteworthy as asTtlt
rioleworthy Ttlt > worthy fir its pronounced un uns unslsonale nousooabIe
usotHftbie s character Temperatures Temperaturesvere
vere erE > abnormally abftorlnaJl tow falling in iniDany iniDanyloaHUes many inanylotiillties manyw
w lotiillties below the freezing poInt with withfrosts withfrosts Uh Uhfrosts
frosts some nt of damaging character charactertonns charactertnnin haracterton
tonns ton 1S followed and every form of pre precipitation predpltatJon proiipitation ¬
cipitation occurred rain snow mo sleet sleetand sleetand sleetand
and hail alternating Only during duri the thelast theJast thelast
last two days of the week did the thetveather theeather I Itather
tveather beco becmne otne ne settled and ended endedn endedwith endedwitli
with n ith clear skies and rapidly rising tem temperature teml1Erature ternDerature ¬
perature peratureTh DeratureThe
Th T The heavy precipitation and conse consequent conserltltnt conseILIflt ¬
quent wet condition of the soil ar arrested arrsted atrsted ¬
rsted the work of planting Notwlth NotwlthKt NotwllhlihllldJng NotwithstlJdIng
Kt lihllldJng < inding the unfavorable conditions conditionsthf
thf th growth of crops was very good goodThe goodrh goodTh
The rh early earl sown grain was as coming up upto upt upto
to t good giO stands and alfalfa was as mak maklusr makjng makFig
Fig good advancement Corn and sugar sugarbeets su sulppts sugarbcets
beets were ere being planted and nd early earlysown eArI eArIfWn earlysowi
sown beets tl were Wf1 being thinned Fruit FruitFiTstatned FruitFHshlned FruitFnstained
FiTstatned sane ne damage dm t by frosts Ap Ap1Ks ApJk Apilt
1Ks Jk and pears ean however ioweor withstood the thefr thef I
fr fII f IS st t much better Gardens made slow slowjMnwth slo slornwth slowgrowth
growth rnwth and planting was suspended in inRniosections inSNtloHg inseieseotkms
Rniosections SNtloHg The range was in splen splentfid spl spldid splndid
did condition affording ample susten sustenni sustenti1le ustentIWf
ni tIWf t Va < stork k which was thriving thrivingWater thrhringatfr thrivingWitor
Water atfr was as plentiful plentifulPORTLAND Jlentltulo plentifulPORTLAND
o 1 1r
PORTLAND PO 1 onE EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONSVia tRL NS NSFat
r 1 Via Oregon Short Line LineFit LineFnt
Fit Takc to t Portland and return returnidirect returnidirect returndirect
idirect directS 315i 315iSlt SIiIiKelt
Slt S 1t LAke to Portlainl and return returni returnIln returnone
i Iln one way via Ia tar n Francisco FranciscoaIr o 425 425faK 4 W Wa
faK a aIr I T I Iake ike to Portland and return returnAngeles r returnl turn turnn
l n ne WRy via Los Angeles AngelesTickets 5650 5650Tickets M MTickets
Tickets to Portland and return di dirert diTPd diTet
rert on sale daily from May Jofa 24 4 to Sept SeptiO Se SeptZ t
iO Z 0 inclusive Tickets reading one way wayv
v ia J t SAn Francisco Francl o or Los Jo An Angeles on onKle onIe onsi1e
Kle Ie May olav 24 4 ± 5 2 2i ti 0 and 31 All tlck tlckffs tlckfl
ffs C fl good goor for stopovers and nd limited to toiiMiety toiety
iiMiety 1 fty days claJ from miii dat of sal sale > Addl Addlt Addlnllai
t nllai n l selling Jates Iate for tickets via Ja Sn SnrYandsco snranci San1ranciaco
rYandsco ranci < or Tx Tos s Angeles AII E > J quoted later laterl laterlfj latertTy
l tTy ty Ticket OflSrt f l Main street streetMARRIAGE streetMARRIAGE
11 CII CIIMARRIAGE
MARRIAGE LICENSES LICENSESTV LICENSESWiter
TV Witer nltrr K Bracken Salt Lake Lakenna Laket LakeI
I nna nn S Johnson Jonn Eureka Eureka3Iit
t 4 N 3Iit 1 It t < h Mil ll Olswang Og Ogden OIdeftI Ogdenrttude < l n nrtruo
I prtrucJe < rtruo > X A Hanzon Salt Lake lafccpVh Laltef
f i4 pVh 11m he1 f M 1J4mIJU nnu Raymond Alberta AlbertaF AI
F art lawson Shelley Sbef14 Idaho IUraM 1 1J IdahoLiP
J LiP < < M Kd Edgle dtle cle Pocalello Mafc MafcKtht Wa WaEth Idaho IdahoEtheL
Ktht EtheL A Harrison H arn On Iocatello Idaho ItfafcoXViiiiam I IiPim IdahoVfliam
XViiiiam iPim J 1 Turter P rter Salt Lake LakeMtrcv LakeItrc LakeMercy
Mercy Itrc Gill Park City
1 1 I uowberry fJrantsville fJrantsvilleJane ran raintsvIUeHartley yjllf yjllfTat
Jane Hartley Landing landin t Idaho Idaho1Irl Id iw iwInrif
Inrif 1 1 rlo I ISii P X1dr SaItIAkf SaItIAkfSaUt Salt Lke LketIk
Sii SaUt tIk > k > Xicketxon ker < on Irwin J JJIrmu Idahof Idaho IdahoTltotnait
Tltotnait f it least l DrIHIrh > rj nrh 5 andy andy1iiii ndy ndyIntna nd ndEanna
Intna UtrfMis Snn SnnUIIf Saniii < v vJMJMi
JMJMi UIIf iii StbamlwHk sbnmh d Salt JIt lake IakeIIIon lakeberstM LakelIlen
IIIon W WcIersherg < te berstM rsl erg > Salt ilt Lake LakeU
J t1t U V Shipp Salt Lake LsikeT Ut UtJ
J T s st4ine < ililf tne e Taubnv n Salt art T tAke tAkel ike ikeIIWCMH
IIWCMH l I wt4t T Withers ttbr Chicago 1hkraffOICvelyn ChicagoveIyn h Cago
ICvelyn veIyn McDomld Hostok H Chieaga ChieagaNOT Cb ChieagoNOT I
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NOT MEDICINE MEDICINEBabies ftIEICINEB MEICINEBhbies
Babies B bies dont need medi medicine medicinc mediCIflC ¬
cine CIflC older children very veryrarely veryrareh veryrarely
rarely rareh Better nourishment nourishmentVnll
Vnll generally set them right rightScotts rightScotts rightScotts
Scotts Scotts Emulsion isthe is the right risrhtkind rightkind rightkind
kind of nourishment and the thekindthat thekind thekind
kindthat kind that will do them the themost thelnostgood themost 1
most lnostgood good Scotts ScotesEnlulsion ScotesEnlulsioncoqtiIS Emulsion Emulsioncontains EnlusionCOQtpl
contains S nothing that chil children childreI1 cliiidren ¬
dren should not have and andeverything andJ and1L
f 1L J everything that they should shouldWeM shouliWe1Iscidyoeazamplefrtc
We1l5C1dyos We1Iscidyoeazamplefrtc We1IscidyoeazamplefrtcPiItrNe WeM scad yos a sample free freeRCOTT I
RCOTT ri BfafE E 9 pSfliSa p PiItrNe rtiS t6 Nwr yiefcT I
SALE OF LOTS AT LAS LASVEGAS VEGAS ENDED ENDEDNearly ENDEDNearly ENDEDNearly
Nearly 200000 Realized In the Two Days DaysThe The Rest of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Property Will Be Put On OnSale OnSalei Sale Saleat Saleat
at Schedule Prices
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Special to toThe The Herald HeraldI Herald HeraldlAS
I AS VEGAS VEG S Nev Ne May Iao 16 16SenatoI 16SenatoIClarks 1SenatorL Senator SenatorClarks
lAS L Clarks Las Vegas on Jhe th h line of ofhis orbiB ofhis
his new road between Los Angeles Angelesand Angelesand Angeleaand
and Salt Lake has been In the t e hands handsof handsof handsof
of the auctioneer the past two days daysbuyers da dabuyers daysbuyers
buyers being h here re from all sections se tions of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the country G S Holmes left yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday for Salt Lake after heavy pur purchases purchases putchases ¬
chases but left a representative be behind beJdud behind ¬
hind who he picked up another good lot lottoday lottodayor lottoday
today todayor for J TaI a8 LThe The Las Vegas Times
bought one of the good od ones showing showingenter3 showingentere bowingenteIP
enter3 entere = < that augurs well for the
Temporary Depot at Las Vegas
WOMAN TELLS TELLSTALE TELLSTALE TELLSTALE
TALE OF JILTING JILTINGMrs JILTINGMittieMelIor
Mrs Mittie MittieMelIor Hellor Answers Complaint ComplaintFiled ComplaintFiled ComplaintFiled
Filed by Dr I N Willard WiliardALLEGED WillardALLEGED WillardALLEGED
ALLEGED FALSE FRIEND FRIENDHE
HE PROMISED MARRIAGE SHE SHESAYS SHEISAYS SHESAYS
SAYS BUT BROKE VOWS VOWSAn VOWSAn VOWSAn
An answer answer has been filed fileci by the de defendant defendlUlt dofendant ¬
fendant in the suit of Isaac N AVillard AVillardagainst Willardagainst Villarda
against a Kin t Millie Mellor in which the theplaintiff theJ theplaintiff
plaintiff J lainU fe seeking kin to collect several severalhundred sevfrallUnd severalhundred
hundred lUnd dollars alleged to be due d him himMrs hiniMrs
Mrs Irs Mellor tells a tate lJe of financial financialtrustfulness iinaniltrustfulness
trustfulness trustfuln and courtship and jilting jiltingof
of which hick she he claims to h lHIe ve been the thevirtim i
victim She says that during dUrin his life lifetime lIftime ¬
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time she her husband who DO died in in3S in1Stt InIs1
3S 1Stt 1 and the plaintiff pJaJ tilf who w was as s a prac practicing pra pratieing ptacticing ¬
ticing physician lived In Ute state of ofNew orNew ofNew
New York Dr Willard the plaintiff plaintiffwas plalnUfCwas plaintiffwas
was not only the family physician but butthe butthe butthe
the confidential friend and adviser a mer of ofher ofher
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her husband and attended him during duringhis duringhis I
his fatal illness illnessAfter IUrrssAtttr IlIvr2ssAfter
After death separated h Fr r from the thelate thelate
late Mr Meltor she relie relkj j upon Dr DrWillard i
Wiliard to guide ide her in paring for the theestate theestate thesotate
estate valued at 76we 6 left her by tire tiredead thedead I
dead man Before two years efcipsed efcipsedthey eI elaooedthey 1 1they
they had become engaged to be mar married maftied martied ¬
tied and it looked as though Dr Wil Wiliard WilJard Vil Villard ¬
lard would soon > on n tak the t place made madsvacant mdvacant madevacant
vacant by the demise of Mr Mellor MellorBut MelterBut IIleUorBut
But for some reason reK n not stated the thej thewedding thewedding
j wedding did not take place and the theengagement theengagement theengagement
engagement was as continued until July JubIe JulyI
1 Ie 1 lOO W on which date Dr Willard Wiliardbrought Willardhrought Willardbrought
brought to her a paper which pur purported purport purported ¬
ported port d to be a receipt for the balance balanceof
of 599 5 entrusted to him and part of ofwhich ofwhich
which he had expended Believing his hisstatement hisstatement
statement and not having her glasses glassesshe glasseshe glassesshe
she signed the paper pyer without reading readingIt
it Now she believes beJi belfr < es the paper signed signedwas signedwas signedwas
was the instrument on which hieh Dr Wil Wiliard Willard iI iIlard ¬
lard is suing her and she claims thtit thtithe th tbathe t tbe
he took an unfair advantage of her herI hertrustfuln hertrustfulness
I trustfulness trustfuln and lack of caution cautionMrs cautionMrs
Mrs Mellor further asserts AtiS rts that after afterDr AfterDr
Dr Willard induced her to sign the thepaper thepaper i ipaper
paper referred refri d to he broke the engage engagement engagenient ¬
ment and he has since sln < e persisted in inremaining Iftremaining i iremaining
remaining away front her She also alsoavers a1 alsoavers 0 0aVPr8
avers that during the month of June June1S93 JlIne1m Jnne1S93
1S93 she loaned Dr Wiliard 1108 She Sheasks
a J asks it q the court to award her judgment judgmentfor j
for that stim with inHr Inl intrest rest rt at J it 6 per percent pervent I
cent from the t date of making akJns the loan loanSUE loanSUE
SUE SMELTER COMPANIES COMPANIESComplainants COMPANIESComplainants
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Complainants Even Allege a Wire WireFence WireFence i
Fence Suffered by Fumes FumesBarton I
Barton Snarr and his hi wife Eunice EuniceE j jE
E Snarr and their children claim to tothe tohave 1 1have
have been sorely rel afflkted hy rea reasot n of ofthe i
the emission of fumes fum from one of the thesmelters
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smelters which are located about half halfa
I
a mile from the farm on which they theyreside theyreside
reside That they the have suffered and andare i iare
are still suffering utferin is attested att ted by the thesuit I
suit Hied In the office of the clerk of oftho I Itb
ths tb district dl trlct court yesterday yest ay in which whichthey I ItbflY
they ask damages damK es of 763 7g e on each of o oftwo i
two counts or a total of 153W l 1flThe
The defendants are the Htab Con Con1IJOJidatld Consolidtod 1
solidated Mining company and Ti H HrhaniittHr nhanntnt ILhaniming
rhaniittHr and the trouble is alleged allegedto at
to have been caused < 3u d by the Highland HighlandBoy HighlandBoy
Boy Do smelter smelt r In the claims scheduled scheduledIn
In the t suit 5900 iis is i l asked a kfd for cOr injuries injuriesto I
to the throat lungs and eyes of Eu Eunice Eunlcf ¬ I Inice
nice Vera Brigham Br ham Eunice E and andBarton andBarton
Barton Snarr SttarrIM 1W each eachand and 1608 is isasked Issaked
asked for injuries to the throat lungs lungsand lun lunand lungaand I
and eyes of Arthur C C Leland and andMadge andJII andMadge
Madge JII dge Snarr SnarrKven SnarrEsen narr
Kven wire Ire fence can be made to do doservice dospnee doservIce I
service in damage salts against a ln8t the thesmelting thetmtelUng thesmelting
smelting companies < ompan for in the com complaint complaint coinplaint ¬
plaint of Barton and Eunice E Snarr Snarrtoe Snarrt1M Snarrtime
toe sum of net 2M is asked for injury to toone toone toone
one mile of 0 fourwire fence by the thesmoke thesoke thesmoke
smoke from the smelter smelterFrank
Frank I Palm and his wife Kiixa Kiixabeth lIiXth EliIaboth
beth 1 Pth Palm are plaintiffs in two other othersumoke
smoke damage dau e suits begun in the thedJs thedJstrlct dis district district
trict court yesterday yet > terday and in each of ofwhich ofw ofwhich
which w ich judgment for 2t8 ZI IM is asked askedOne askedof askedOne
One of the suits sut is if against the United UnitedStates UnitMStates UnitedStates
States Smelting company and the other otharagalast otheraga1ast otheragainst
against the Biogham Copper Gold GoldMining GoWInln GoldMlmng
Mining Inln company companySUE companySUE
SUE ON O A JUDGMENT JUDGMENTHeirs JUDGMENTHeirs GMENT GMENTHeirs I
Heirs of Henry H Harries Charge ChargeT
T C Patten WithConcealment WithConcealmentMary With iConcealment iConcealment1a1
Mary 1a1 Harries Carrie Harries and andether 8tKIlJr andether
ether heirs of Henry H Harries de deceased deceaeed doceased ¬
ceased brought suit in the district districtcourt districtOurt districtcourt
court < yesterday ye terda against Thomas C
Mary XSJ A and Sara Sarsl Ann Patten TIe TJieplaintiffs TneplKlnUffs TIeplaintiffs
plaintiffs allege al1t > Je that Henry H Harries HaTrlesMarch HarriesMardi
March 291S98 29 9 18ti 18 recovered rt < Overed a judgment for forft551 fornti51 forl551
ft551 against a alntlt Thomas C and Mary Mar A APatten APatten APatten
Patten no part of which has yet been beenpaid betnJMld bernpaid
paid Harries died afteV getting the thejud theJudgment
judgment jud n1ft1t and Patten went into the thereal thereal thereal
real estate te business busln concealing < his hisidentity hisIdentity dsIdentlt
identity behind the name home of his hisdaugh hisdaughter daugh daughter ¬
ter Sarah Ann Patten PattenThe PattenThe FattenThe
The further allegation is made that thatPatten thatPatten thatPtten
Patten sold a piece of o property for not notJesg notlesE notlees
lesE than 45tt and thut all or bart jwrtof bartof > art artor
of the tl purchase price prieeis is held heldf for r Fatten Fattenor
or Sarah Ann Patten by b G H Back Backman Backt1Hln Backiaan
man t1HlnThe iaanThe
The plaintiff ask the court to k declare declarethat dieJaIt dielarethat
that t tt1t tlimoe th money flvjir aeprp7te IP < ip gty held mthe mthename hi the thename r rname
name of Sarah Aim A U J pattejlj5 Patten > itell Is I holdin held In
trust for Thomas C C and Mary A Pat Patten Patten Patten ¬
ten subject to the judgmentlpf Henry HenryH j
H Harries HarriesAPPEAL HarriesAPPEAL HarriesAPPEAL
APPEAL FROM DECISION DECISIONPlaintiffs DECISIONPlaintiffs DECISIONPlaintiffs
Plaintiffs Assert s5crt That Former Form r State StateEngineer StateEngineer StateEngineer
Engineer A F Doremus Erred ErredJoseph Erred1otre1tlt ErredJoeeph
Joseph Y Larson and D B Brinton Brintonhave Brintonhave Brintonhave
have tiled fllf aji appeal in the district districtcourt d districtcourt flltr Ct Ctollrt
court from the I he decision ded OfI of former State StateKngineer StateFnint Sta I e eEngineer
Engineer Fnint > er A F Doremus who ruled ruledagainst ruled3gainst ruledagainst
against them when they applied for an anj anI
I apportionment of twothirds of a asecond ar aI
r second ond foot of water from Big Willow Willowspring Wllio WlliosprJng Willowspring
spring located in Salt Lake county countyLarson countyLarson unty untyLarson
Larson and Brinton assert in their theirappeal theirappeal theirappeal
appeal that the claim of Doremus if ifthe ifthe ifthe
the appropriation should be made madewould madewould madewould
would interfere with existing exisUn water waterrights waterr waterrlght
rights r hts and was not well founded foundedCourt foundedCourt foundedCourt
Court Notes NotesHenry NotesHenry NotesHenry
Henry Higgins Hi in8 one on of the alleged allegedbunco aU allegedbunco ed edoobulaco
bunco men pleaded guilty Uty to the thecharge thecharS thecharge
charge of vagrancy but was w s die diecharged diechared diecharged
charged on his promise JHC > tnise to leave Salt SaltLake SaltLek SaltLake
Lake LakeThe Lakerhe
The T case MtS > of James J nte8 Turner against the theUtah theUtalt thehTti
Utah Consolidated C Mining Minl company for forinjuries forinjuries forInjuries
injuries to his crop caused eau ed by the thesmelter thestItIter thesmelter
smelter smoke was called yesterday yesterdayin
in the federal f deral court Mr IIr Turner asks atlksfor asksfor
for 5573 S damages damagesDistrict damagesDistrict
District Attorney Ixx IooCbeurow fl o row yester yesterday yesterday ester esterday ¬
day dismissed the charge C ha e of 0 mayhem mayhemagainst mayhemJ mayhemagainst
against J Charles Place on the t ground groundthat groundthat groulalthat
that the evidence s not sufficient su ident to toconvict toconvict O
convict Place was aceused of at attempting attemptin attempting ¬
tempting to bite off one of f Bert H HVincents HYlncents HVIncents
Vincents fingers during a row at Mur Murray Murray Murray ¬
ray March 10 0 1905 1905David 1O6David
David Williams and Michael Riley Rile Rileyyesterday
yesterday pleaded guilty uUt h fit the erim erimintll erlmnimmal
inal division of the district cojtrt to the thecharge thecharge
charge of 0 highway robbery and Judge JudgeArmstrong JudgeArmstroru JudgeArmstrong
Armstrong sentenced them to serve servethree servethree ervethret
three > years years each in the t e penitentiary penitentiaryThey penitent iiry iiryThey
They held up and robbed JObbt Richard RichardCheevere RkhardCheevers RichardCheevers
Cheevers of 45 Iit the night of March MarchIS larchIS
IS 1985 1985The 1915Tht Ih IhThe
The following cases a were argued be before bffore before ¬
fore the supreme court and an taken un under UI1der Undec ¬
der advisement yesterday Hyrum HyrumKarren HyrumKarren HyrumKarren
Karren appellant a llant against a im t Telitha TelithaDean TelithaDean TelithaDean
Dean Rainey and George Karren re respondents rf8pon respondpnts ¬
spondents 8pon ts Mark Kunkel appellant appellantagainst
against the Utali UtabLumber tab Lumber company and andCharles andCharles
Charles E Murphy urphy respondents Smith SmithTable SmithTable
Table company appellant against P PYo PW I
W Yo Madsen respondent respondentJ
J W Yo Haney Samuel Hall Charles CharlesCarlisle CharlesCarlisle CharlesCarlisle I
Carlisle and L A Allison were > ar arraigned arraignod ¬
raigned in the police court yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayaCtprnoot1 yesterdayafternoon
afternoon but they asked that their theircases theireases
cases l he e continued until today and at atUiat attllat atthat I
that fame they would enter their pleas pleasComplaints pleasComplaints
Complaints were issued yesterday yesterdaycharging YE yesterlaycharging > 1Otfrda 1Otfrdacharglng 1
charging them with attempted robl robbery robberyj ery i iI
j I H Haney will also be arraicn arrdignfj < d to today today I
day dH for grand larceay The complaints complaintswere romnplaimitswere I
were sworn to by nT L R Simms and J JAppieby JAppleby
Appieby AppiebyThe ApplebThe ApplebyThe I
The Ap Apex x Mining Minin company fil fil tl an anequity anequity
equity quit suit it in the federal court y scsur scsurday < > str strday ur urdayaftprno I
day dayaftprno aft afternoon > rm on n against the Ut Bank of Eng England EI1 EI1gland ¬
land Mining company ompan for title tltI of cer certam fr frtain j
tain tam mining claims in the Gold Moun Mountain Muilain ¬
tain Mining district of fO Piute county countyIt
It is alleged that the disputed > < I r claims claimscalled
called the Minnie No 1 and No 2 were wer ° 1 1dl8covpred 1diseoveted
discovered and located oeat by the th plaintiff plaintiffj I
It also states in the complaint that the thcdefendants j
defendants have attempted to tak t k > p pos possession 0 < xs xssession
session ion of the claims and the plaintiff plaintiffasks plajittiffasks I
asks a ks that the defendant in the action actionhe i
be ordered before teore the court and that thata I
a settlement be bf > made as to the title of ofthe
the he disputed disput d property propertySCHOOL propt propertySCHOOL > ro I
oeo oeoSCHOOL
SCHOOL EXHIBIT E IBIT ON VIEW VIEWWork
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Work of the Children May Be Seen SeenBefore SeenBefore i
Before J3efore Departure for Portland Portlandcommittee Portlandl4h I
Phe l4h e committee having haT lI < < the matter in incliarjte iiicimarge I
cliarjte ha p assisted by sv severdl > ral of th thprincipals thi thiprincipals
principals of the city schools arrhar ar arehardat hard < l I
at work preparing the exhibit of school schoolwork houl I
work which ltlclt is to be sent to t the Port Portland Portland ¬
land fair Saturday of 0 this t hi week The Thework i
work will be placed on exhibition by bythis bythis I
this evening in the room of the th board boardof I Iof
of education and will be oiien for in inspection inspection ¬
spection by the public all day tomor tomorrow tomorrow ¬ I
row I ITilt
rowThe The sew gf the different lines are arepacked arepacked I
packed in eablnets bluets similar to those thoseused thoseneed I
used for Uw St Louis fair ir and are aremade areimiado i
made pecum cnre ft enough far travel The Theexhibit Theexhibit
exhibit comprises work from all grades gradesin
in the grade schools and from the two twoHixh twoHigh twoIligh
High schools as s well wellEXCURSIONS wellt weltEXCURSIONS
t Ia IaEXCURSIONS
EXCURSIONS EAST EASTVia
Via Oregon Short Line LineSalt Lin LinSalt LineSalt
Salt Lake to Chicago and re return4450 return4450SAlt turn4430Suit
Suit Lake to St Louis Louisnd nd return returhSalt 3950 3950Salt 3950Salt
Salt Lake to St Paul or 0 Minneap Minneapolis Inneap Inneapoils ¬
oils and return 4190 4190Salt 4100Salt 41lOSalt
Salt Lake to Omaha or Kansas KansasCity KansasCity KansasCity
City and return 3200 3200Salt 3200Salt 3200Salt
Salt Lake to Denver and return 2000 2000Correspondingly 2000Correspondingly 21L00Correspondingly
Correspondingly low rates to many manyother manyother manyother
other points pointsTickets pointaTickeu nt5 nt5Tickets
Tickets on saJe May 27 j and 29 and andJune andJune andJune
June 3 5 16 and IS I good for return returnparticulars teturnuntil returnuntil
until S Sept pt 15 See agents fOr ftirther I Iperticularn Iparticulars
particulars City Ticket Office O lce 201 201Main 201Main
Main 11 ln street streetMETEOROLOGICAL str stredtMETEOROLOGICAL t tMETEOROLOGICAL
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT REPORTYesterdays REPORTYesterdays
II IIYesterdays
Yesterdays Recori Record at the Local Of Office Office ¬
fice of f the Weather Bureau BureauMaximum BureauMaximum I
Maximum twnperpturc 79 degr degrminimum dtgnmlnitftum degrees degreesminimum >
minimum temperature teoM tempera tll1 tom 48 degrees dettr mean meantemperature meantemperature moantemperature
temperature 44 64 degree which is I x de degres dfgr dogrees
gres gr above normaj normajccumulated bOr I IAcctlmulate1f
Accumulated deficiency of tem temnature tfmperature ternperature
perature nature since the first of the month monthdesrees monthSt I I8t
8t decrieS desreesAccumulated decrieSA degreesAccumulated
Accumulated A oxeeaa OX oxm NCf of f temperature temperaturesriitee temperaturesisee
sriitee ee Jan 1 SSQ Iifj 5 do dQ8teM deeoeTotal eeog eeogTotal I I
Total Totlprectpltat1en precipitation from rOf 6 p Po m to 6 61 6a i ia
a HL nonG noilo noiloAe noiteAceumuat j
Accumulated Ae < < umHlRtei iBSPess s off itnlripitHtion pcipltatlonolpee I Isince I
olpee t the e tIrjtJit flzit th the moe > > L3jph L3jphAnIltt t
< AnIltt 1tt CSs Ss r P OeriIhIttfun OeriIhIttfunsince ron
since the first ol January B 5 Inch I
town to > 11 Los Angeles people were prob probably probablY probably ¬
ably the heaviest buyers but Butte Butteand Butteani Butteand
and Salt Lake got their share The Thebidding Thebidding Thebidding
bidding was very spirited in many in instances instances Instances ¬
stances At 430 30 p in tit President C O OWhfttemore OWhittemore 0Whittemore
Whittemore announced that ta the sale salewas salewas salewas
was closed and the remaining lots lotswould lotswould lotswould
would be on sale at schedule prices pricesH pricesHe pricesHe
H He assured purchasers that they would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not regret their investment thanking thankingthem thankingthemln thankingthem
them themln in a neat little speech spee < > h for their theirevident theirldent theirOvident
evident ldent intention to make the town a acity acity acity
city and a good one The treasurer treasurerfollowed treasurerfoUowed treasurerfollowed
followed with the announcement that thatsales thatI
1 I sales sa1 s for the two days aggregated near nearly nearIy nearly ¬
ly 200000 onefourth of which has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been paid as first payment
Buildings at Las Vegas VegasMONEY VegasMONEY VegasMONEY
MONEY IS AVAILABLE AVAILABLEState
State Deaf Dumb and Blind Institu Institution Institution lnstitution ¬
tion May Build Extension ExtensionThe
The Th directors of the state deaf dumb dumband dumbami dumbard
and blind institution which hidl is locate locateat l loeiteJat CtJtpJ CtJtpJat
at Ogden came to Salt Lake yesterday yesterdayand ye terd terdand
and consumed with Governor John C CCutler CCutler CCutler
Cutler and the other members of the thestate thestatE thestate
state > board of examiners in regard rd to toproposed toproposed toproposed
proposed improvements < = at that in institution Ittstilution Istitution ¬
stitution stitutionThe stilutionThe titutionThe
The last legislature made an appro appropriation Kptropriation appropriation ¬
priation for the erection of additional additionalstructures additlolNtIstructures additlotmalstrtietures
structures on the institution grounds groundsand grenadeand IHIs IHIsand
and the directors want to expend about ab about4OOH Ut
4000 in putting up a new building buikiln buikilnThfY buIk1InThey
They were informed infor by the t1 examiners examInerstbat examtneisthat examinersthat
that the appropriation was available availableand aVAilableand availableand
and that they tht > y could go ahead with the thework thework thework
work of putting up the new addition additionWednesday additioner 1
1a 1aVf er erWednesday
Wednesday Vf > dnesday last day of Hair Goods GoodsDemonstration GoodsDemonstration
Demonstration D 1Qnstrdtion Walkers Store opposite oppositeExchange opp oppositeExchange elte elteExdlangt I
Exchange Desk DeskREAL DeskREAL
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REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TRANSFERSJoseph TRANSFERSJOS4 TRANSFERSJoseph
Joseph JOS4 > ph Hobos I to Kilen llon Fitzpatrick Kitxpatrickpart rttzpatrickpart Fitzpatrickpart
part of tot 1 block W k W 5 ptatt Af A 4 4Mercy 2JW 2JWMercy 1M 1MIrcv
Mercy Ircv WilllHms to I Daisy > isv T TOBrien D DOBrien DOBrien >
OBrien lot 3 block 2 Hasetmir Hasetmirsub Hazielmlr8ub Ilaselndrsub
sub 1 1Esther 1Eglher IEsther
Esther Searley SE > arlev to Henry Field FteMBraby FieldBraby PlotBraby
Braby Jot 7 block 5 plat E 1 1Emma 1Em 1Empmsa
Emma Olive Dobbs to Neils Nt11 O Be Beberg BobfaTg lieberg
berg section 6 township 3 south southranjce southrange etb etbranee
range 1 east eastJane eKstJarH eastline
Jane Kersey erey to V S Gntffam part partsection paft8ellion pertsection
section 34 township 1 south range e eeat
2 west westJacob eat 960 960Jacob 110Ja
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1 bk block ck 11 1 Sacre plat A AIlyrum f W WHymm J Jlhnm
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Clayton h J lot t 3 block J K plat D Dlidwar 380 380Kdwarrt 110EdwKIII
Kdwarrt B Wicks Yick to k George Gor t ROM ROMney ROMftPy Routsoy
soy Lambert lot J t block ute U ptat ptatD p1stD p1stAnton t tD tRton
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Wright rrj ht lots ts 7 and a X block II Hr plat
B BSamuel 1500
Samuel Cooper to Hubbard Invest Investment lnv Investmont t tment ¬
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Morrisonaierrill k Co to Oregon OregonShort OregonShort OregonShort
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A CORNER OF LEYSONS SHOP WHERE THINGS THINGSIN THINGSINGOLDANDSILVER
IN INGOLDANDSILVER GOLD AND SILVER ARE MADE REPAIRED REPAIREDThere
There is scarcely a day but what we have on our rack watches for repairs from Wyoming WyomingIdaho WyomingIdaho WyomingIilaho
Idaho Utah and Nevada They are sent us from all the inaccessible hamlets of four States Our Onrfactory Ourfactory Ourfactory
factory in the rear of our store is humming with active machinery directed by the best work workmen workmen workmentobe ¬
men mentobe to be found foundWe foundWe foundWe
We make medals of all sorts diamond moil mountings ntings monograms for bags and automobiles automobilesbrooches aut automobilesbrooches mobi1es mobi1esbrooches
brooches scarf pins links seal rings etc from native gold or silver silverSpecial silverSpecial silverSpecial
Special manufacturing or repairing ordered of us is done at once in our own shop We do doHot donot donot
not require days or weeks to send difficult work to Eastern factories factoriesThe factoriesi I IThp
i The free use of our vault is extended to all for the safe keeping of jewels or silver silverOnly silverOnly silverOnly
Only highclass work done in our ur shop and at prices asked by others for botch work workPhone workPhone workPhone
Phone 65 for the correct time timeJEWELERS timeSA1J timeaALr
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Leading Music Dealers
1091113 So Main St StSALT StSALT StSALT
SALT LAKE CITY
Sixty Years Experience of an Old OldNurse OldNurse OldNurse
Nurse NurseMrs Nurse1rrs NurseMrs
Mrs WInslow Soothing Syrup is the theprescription theprescription theprescription
prescription of one of the best female femalephysicians femalephysiclan5 femalephysicians
physicians and nurses in the United UnitedStates UDitedStates UnitedStates
States and has been used for sixty years yrsarswith Yfarswith yearswIth
with neverfailing success by millions of ofmothers ofmothers ofmothers
mothers for their children During the theprocess theprocss theprocess
process or teething its value Is incalcula incalculable incaJculabte incalculabit ¬
bit It relieves the th child from pain cures curesdiarrhoea cures2Lmrrhoea urestrrha
diarrhoea < trrha griping In the bowels bowt > ls and wind windcolic windoUe windcolic
colic < By giving health to the child it itrests itrests itrests
rests the mother Price 75 i cents a bottle
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SCTION SCTIONA
A Beautiful Assortment of 75 75Tempting 75Tempting 75Tempting
Tempting Suits Prices Pricesranging Pricesranging Pricesranging
ranging from 1375 1375up
up to 100 100Tlicy 1001tey 100Tho
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Tlicy Tho are made up of Voile 17 oi1e Panamas al1amas French FrenchSerges FrenchSeres Frenchferges
Serges aDd other falirus of this season popular popxilarity popularity popularity
ity All the latest conceits Varied assortment t of ofcolors ofcolors ofeol
colors colorsAll colorsAll eol rs rsAll
All our Wool Tailormadc T ailormad Suits SuitsOneThird SuitsOneThird SuitsOneThird
OneThird Off OffThis OffIbi5 OtTThis
This includes our entire st6ck st ck of these suits all allstyles aUstyles allstyles
styles and colors 1350 for 900 1500 for 1000 1000etc 1000etc 1000etc
etc as high as 4500 for 3000 3000Silk 3000SilK 3000Silk
Silk Shirt Waist V ai t Suits uits = l475 l475These 14 I475These 75 75Th
These Th e were were 2000 000 and 3500 5t0 oo and good values valuesat aluesat
at that You can < 1111 take the one you like thebest for
1475 The materials m terials are Blue Shantung SIumtun and Chif Chiffon Chiffon Oliiffoit ¬
fon Taffeta in pin stripes of ofblue blue and white wll te brown brownand brownand brownand
and white and black bhtckand and white whiteBlack whiteBlack whiteBlack
Black Taffeta and Peau de Soie SoieCoats SoieCoats SoieCoats
Coats OneThird Off OffThese OffTI OffTitece
These TI e in in the threequarter thr > quarter length hip length lengthand lengthand letlgthand
and redingote redin ote also the short coffee coat Prices Pricesfrom Pricesfrom Pricesfrom
from 800 to 3000 But to close them out one onethird onethird ozicthird
third off offWalking offWalking offWalking >
Walking and Dress SkirtsOne SkirtsOneThird SkiftsOneThird SkirtsOneThirdOff
Third ThirdOff ThirdOffAll Off Offi OffAll OffAll
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All this springs s models some pleated and fancy fancyothers fanl fancyothers > y yotllers
others plain Fabrics are Mohair Panama Craveii Craveiiette Craonette CravemicUe
ette Worsted W orsted Voile Y oil and Et Etanilne nunc miue in blue black blackbrown blackbrown blackbrown
brown gray and light li ht faicy fa < Y mixtures Values are arcGOO areG00
GOO to 3000 To T go o at 400 to 2000 201
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IT Does Its Work WorkWhileYou WOlf While You Do D Y Yurs urs I I
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MidWeek News of ofthe ofthe
the Mid May S SIe SIeBusy lea leaBusy
Busy is hardly the word to use on this occasion occasionRushed occasionRushed occasionRushed
Rushed would be more like it and rushed we have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been This great sale has indeed started off with a arushbargains arushbargains arushbargains
rushbargains that are bargains and every department departmentbrimming departmentbrimming departmentbrimming
brimming over with them themThe
100 SILKS lQOO lQOOThe LOOThe
The Silk Sale of the Season SeasonEvery SeasonEwry SeasonEvery
Every yard of Fancy Silks in the department on sale 1 at 100 100the 100the 100the
the yard ardSilks Silks that were from 125 up to oOO per sr yard yardSilks yardSilks ittI ittISilks
Silks bought for this seasons trade tra e and the finest silks you OU can canfind an anfind
find in in the city Every piece piece strictly the latest and not one oneyard olleyard oneyard
yard reserved All the new weaves and designs deigTl6induding including Chiffon Chiffontaffeta Chiffontaff ChiffontafThtmm
taffeta taff ta Louisinc Messaline Messa line Checks Stripes Embroidered Dots DotsJardiniere Do8J DotsJardiniere
Jardiniere J effects eiTectsand and all the rest re t of the modish designs so popu popular popular popumr ¬
lar for the 1005 gown or costume costumeRemember costumeHememberewry costumeRerneniberevery
Remember Hememberewry every yard goes Values up to 300 OO a yard yardThe yardThe ard ardThe
The Silk Sale of the Season SeasonGraduation
100 SILKS LOO LOOGraduation oOO oOOGraduation
Graduation Dresses 3 3This Off OffIhic
This is is an elegant assortment of White V1 t < > Dresses for mistS s
14 to 16 years Je8r8 old An excellent opportunity for those about to tograduate tograduate tograduate
graduate Materials MaterialsBrussels Brussels Net Point dEsprit rrE J1rit Paris lar s Mus Muslins Ius Iuslins ¬
lins Organdies Or andiS and Swisses Swi e trimmed with Val Y 81 Laces Lac < and Swiss SwissEmbroideries SwissEmbroideries i iEmbroideriS
Embroideries and Tucks All the th newest nw < St models Every Evr one a abeauty abeuut abeauty
beauty beuut Prices 1200 to 2500 Reduced onethird onethirdChildrens onethirdChildrens onethirdChildrens
Childrens Wash Dresses Reduced One Third ThirdFrench ThirdFrench ThirdFrench
French Ginghams Madras and Linens sizes 4 4 8 8and 8and 8and
and 10 Only OnIy2OO 200 to 800 and onethird off these prices pricesWOMENS pricesA pricesA
A Mid May Shoe Special I
295 295YO 295WOMENS
I IThese
WOMENS YO rENS SHOES AND OXFORDS WORTH 4 TO 6 6A A PAIR PAIRThese PAUThese
These comprise compr comprise Ec our very ver best and are ar right uptodate uptod teBeing Being Beingtlie Beingtile 1 1Ute
Ute most popular numbers in stock they sold first leaving the lines linesbroken 1i1l 1i1lbroken huesbroken
broken but to the individual buyer the values are just ust the same sameand snpand me meand
and the price rict riee way under the regular regularTo regularTo regularTo
To Close the Week295 Week WeekS295I 295
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Weddings WeddingsMak
Make heavy bear demands upon us for forour forour forour
our 1Rkarat l karal wedding rings and andhoioe andthnkt andi
hoioe i < hi prch pIt preentB > t > nts from our > line of ofsterling ofttrJing ofaterliag
sterling silver We Ve can supply supplyevery supjllycver supplyevery
every cver need and fit any purse purseEstablished purse1mASONABLE purseEstaMlzhCd
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satisfaction in inPEERY inPEERY InPEERYBROS
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Furnishing Goods GoodsBoys Goodst 0oodsI
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GREAT REDUCTIONS Df ALt ALIiDEPARTMENTS ALtDEPART I
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A positive and permanent cure fo fodrunkenness for fordrunkenness todrunkenness
drunkenness and the opium diseases diseasesThere d diseasesThere ease3 ease3There
There is no publicity no sickness Ladies Ladiestreated Ladj3treated LadPstreated
treated as privately as at their own ownhomes ownhomes Ownhomes
homes The Keeley Institute 1M t West WestSouth WestSouth WestSouth
South Temple Salt Lake City Utah UtahGot UtahGot UtLGot
Got Off Cheap CheapHe
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cheap who ho a after ter having havin contra contraeconstipation l Iconstipation lconstipation
constipation or indigestion is still a e eto eto eto
to perfectly restore his health Xotn Xothwill Notnwill 3 3will
will do this but Dr Kings Now Nf La LaPills 1 1Pills L a aPills
Pills a quick pleasant plE > asant and certain r rfor efor < 3 3for
for headache constipation etc et t tZ tz tz
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WAS WASH fiOODS OO9SI5OO9t
50700 Yards of fine Imported Importedand
and ali Domestic Wash fabrics fabricsEvery fabricsEvery FabricsEvery
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Every Yard Must Go We Mean Business
300 Pieces of Colored Lawns Lawnsand Lawnsand Lawnsand
and Organdies
32 3 inches wi wid wide < te in In an exquisite variety of colors colorsand colorsand colorsaiutl
and styles sty such as sprays dots rosebud 105M > ud and beau beautiful beautiful beautiful ¬
tiful floral designs jbwls 20c values for K Hie > c the yard yardScotch yardScotch yardScotch
Scotch Knicker and Variegated VariegatedVoile VariegatedV VariegatedVoile
Voile V oiIe Suitings Suitingsyar18
4 4O 000 yards in this Assortment The h leading fa favorites favoritcs p pvorites ¬
vorites for shirt waist suits 20e to 35c values for forlie forHe forlic
lie yard ya
3000 yards of Printed French FrenchOrgandies FrenchOrgandies FrenchOrgandies
Organdies OrgandiesBeautiful
Beautiful soft ft clinging fabric in any handsome handsomecolor hiandsonnucolor tand tando1or
color combinations 2f 5 > patients patter l oOc values for for25c forC for25t
25c C the yard
7000 Yards of Elegant Wash WashFabrics WashFabrics WashFabrIcs
Fabrics FabricsThese
These are the finest goods oods in this t 8 or r any other otherstore ot1Mrstore otherstore
store hi i1 the city eil Included are the famous amoU French FrenchKesiforc Frenellcuoree FrenchRenforce
Kesiforc cuoree French embroidered Madras and the well wellknown wdlknown we11known
known English ED 1isl Mohair Suiting All go at the same sameprice samelrice seinejrice
price 75c and a11 < l 100 values for 48e tl the e yard yardFrench yardfrench yardFrench
French Imported Printed Nett NettFabric NettFabric NettFabric
Fabric I II
I 3500 roo 5 yards of this beautiful material The onlv onlvgenuine on1 on1ellui onlgenuine
genuine ellui imi iiniort mlH orted > rLecl aett e4t t in the city Others there are arebut A1fbt are1IIL
but bt they t y are of domestic manufacture mall1 actm ours are arethe aretltt arcflit
the genuine genuine French imported printed uett 100 100value ltJC1lhl 1141value
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