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1 TIIF SALT LAKE IIERALD fll RALD WLJNIDAY l 1J lJT AT JULY 5 1905
PARTY IN INSAN
SAN FRANCISCO FRANCISCOBig
Big g Man an of the Administration d delcoDle
Welcome WelcomeWILL elcoDle elcoDleWILL
WILL REMAIN FOUR DAYS DAYSTHEN DAYSTHEN DAYSTHEN
THEN SAIL FOR THE PHILIPPINE PHILIPPINEISLANDS PHILIPPINEISLANDSo
ISLANDS ISLANDSoSan ISLANDSA j jSan
A T TSan <
San Francisco Francf co July 4 4Secr 4SeCrGtrY Secretary tar0 oC oCWar of ofar O
War ar William H Taft and party ar arrived
rived In San Francisco Franci o at at524 iHfi > W3 Qj9 JHlt JHlttoda te 1I 1Itoday t
today toda A hearty greeting wasextended wnsextendedthf
thr th visilors by 5000 citizens who a afmbled as
srmbled mblid at the ferrjf ferr depot to watch watchtht watchthe
the > party part conclude > their trip across acrossthP DcrooSthp
thP th continent Secretary Seeretar Taft and andaiiss andlIs
aiiss lIs Roouevelt took 8 waiting auto automobII8 autoiiiobit
mobite and were immediately taken to totheIr
liuIrhotel theIr hotel the remainder of the purty purty1fllowlngln part3followlng
following in closed carriages As the theautomobile thellutomoblle thet
automobile proceeded through the thecrowd thet t
crowd and up the main street of thelty the thecity t
city lty the secretary and Miss 1S9 Roosevelt Roose7eUbowed
bowed in acknowledgment of the thegrpfing thEgrcctlng t
Brpfting1 that was extended them themStruck
Struck Warm Weather W athero atheroTh
The Th > distinguished visitors have ha come comeill
In the midst of exceptionally warm warmatl1 warniL L
ueathT > atl1 < r for the region about San San1ran180 L
Iranclsco bay the theormometer r haY haYing ha
ing registered as high as 94 degrees degreeJr I
In this city today None of the mem memof
tors of the party were affected how howI I
cvr vr by b the unueuul warmth warmthThat
That he > might make an inspection Inspectionor t i
cf fnrquinez < straits for the purpose purposeof
of making a report to the president presl ent
en < 111 the application to place a railroad railroadbridge railroad1rir1 railroadrit1ge I
bridge 1rir1 e across the span of water Sec Secretary Sec1etar Secrtary ¬
1etar retary Taft left the special train at atSparks atBpaks
Sparks iiarks Nev and took another special spt > cial cialof
of if three cars to San Francisco bay bayhllp
Vhil hllp but a few hours were devoted devotedto
to t an examination of the proposed lo 10allon
cation of the bridge the inspection inspE > ctlon was wa5thomugh va
thorough Secretary Taft said he had hadot I
J ot dftermlned what would be the na naturf i
turf of hiM report After the inspec InspecHon
lion ion Mr Taft joined the party at tLtHfniriu
3 Hfniriu < > nicia and proceeded Ito ded to San Fran Franf
< iS0 f > > 0
Object of the Trip TripThe
The primary ptinta1 o object of this trip 1
Raid Secretary Scrthu Taft is to go to the th j
Philippines to look into matters that thatatp I
arc immediately within the province provInceof i
of the Will depnrtinent Th < senators Se11torsal1d S i
nvul citngrcHsnien tlngrt > KSmen who are included in IntJ1 ii 1
tju tJ1 < party will be thoroughly acquainted acquaintedivith acquaintedWHh i
ivith the needs of the islands
Th secretary announced his tIs inten
tnt tin of looking thoroughly I Into the thei1lifornfa th thihiforiia
California side ide of the Chinese exclu exclunitii exclushlI excluSicti
nitii question while hife here hereI
I am thoroughly in favor of enforc enCorc1IIg ¬
ing the th Chinese exclusion law to the th C
Ifttfr ttH tt r said Taft but I am quite quitetiuiv quiteur C
tiuiv ur that It 1was was never the intent of o Cr f
thf tl l law nv r t < J b tsar r rChln Chinese e merchants and andFtudenta andFtudpllt am oI 1
Ftudenta from the United States Such Suchn j
n poll policy < y might Jl1lghtwork work a serious hardship ci 3
to our ur trade in tl China Chlnnorhl
0 The > secretary if > a ati anti id party par o will spend spendn Sflefl Sflefla 1
n busy SU5 four clays in San an Francteco Franctecoaiil FrancJtcoHr
aiil Hr vicinity before departing next s mt mtttrday > at
urilay on the steamer Manchuria for lot r
th t liv < Orient Among the points ot in
terest which will be visited are the thdrime
Inline rime of Luther Burbank In Santa Rosa RosaU11rt t t
enid thf Bohemian club lub forest at Gur Gurj
j if E ville ilIt Thursday night a ball will 1
t ibi h i given glvt > n and Friday
morning will be befitvoted berkvotpd b
fitvoted to an excursion excur ion about San
Francisro bay and nd a visit to the Pre PreFivlio Pret
Fivlio t r Ii Iii arid Island military milita1 posts In It i
tf 1 1ir Ir r aftoiftooii the i arty > will visit vi it the th e
VuiMTHlty rJi UiitrsIt frlllt of California Knrowte Fnro te to o
ti I Philippine mops will be made at t
Ifougkoiig oigkong Yokohama Kobe and andPUBLIC an d
tzt1 htnJhal tiLghai
PUBLIC RECEPTION RECEPTIONtin
tin tI Wednesday Pdn R afternoon July Juli 5 the the1th th e
Vtih Independent Inde > endtnt Telephone
company compnnorJ y
Tffive rJ f i n their friends from 2 h until 6 5
Thf tt o ocasron < oa kn being the first ajjniver ajjniverF
F f ry r of the opening of their exchange exchangeWILL exchangeCJI e eNILL
CJI CJIWILL
WILL WELCOME SIGSBEE SIGSBEEulon
> ulon July 4 IAdmiral Admiral Fournier
who wF > 0 os j
w is 3 president of the Internatlon commit commisitVi com commiti mls mlst l
itVi t jn r e to Inquire into the North sea affair at affalt fair r j I
is 1 t left here for Paris to
officially greet gre reet et
Tii TlrIt TI r Admiral Sigsbee and the other of ofof o r
Jurrs Ijr of the th > American squadron squadronMESSAGE sfluadrons sfluadronMESSAGE squadronMESSAGE I
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MESSAGE OF SYMPATHY SYMPATHYxforil SYMPATHYOxford SYMPATHYfifrd
Oxford > xforil Enaland Enxan l July JuJ 4 ITJte Tile vice chan chani
< i ifir I t r of OKiord university unlvf > ndty halt ha sent rig a J
is 1 tg iij IJ to tt President Roosevelt R008 tlt expreas 5 <
S jlj ii th sympathy of the th university IInifIrslt in the theTr thtr U Uti >
ti Tr r ins 111 < loss Ins sustained l1MhtlOt > d by h th the death of ofr c j
t crtHr r tiir > IIa IIaAREGORB lIaITS IiaITS
ITS MERIT IS S PROVtD PROVtDJRECORD PRO VE Is IsAZIECORD J
AREGORB OF A GREAT MEDICINE MEDICINEA C
A Prominent Cincinnati Woman Telia TeliaHow TeIlsHow Tel I9 15Eow
How Lydia E Plnkhams Vegetable VegetableCompound VegetableCompaund I0 leCompound
Compound Completely Cured Her HerThe HerTIlt HerThe
The great Rood ood Lydia B Pinkhams PinkhamsYgttable s SlTtgetahe
Wffftable Compound is doing among anion g
tho women of America is attracting attractiit ig g
the attention of many malt of our leading leading1scientists lcadiii tg tgacfentht
scientists sdlnt sts and
ally thinking people gene generally r rttUy ¬ I
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The rht following letter is only one of ofmany ofmany
many thousands which are on file in inthe int1te intliE I
the j Pinkhnm > office and po I < > to prove pravebEand provebevoiul i ibeyond
beyond question that Lydia E Pink Pinkhams Pinkams Pinktams
hams tams ams Vegetable Compound must be a aremedy aremedy aremedy
remedy of great merit otherwise otherwi it itcould itauld j jcould
could not produce such marve marvelbn uS re results results resitlts ¬
sults among sick ick and ailing women womenDear wo woznDear n nDnr
Dear Mrs rrs Pinkham PinkhamAbout Pinkbomh PinkhamAbout
h About nine months alto I was a great suf sufferer suffcrer ¬
ferer with womb trouble which caused cau l mo mojvere mof3er8 mesevere
severe pain extreme nervousness jind fro frofailed froquent
quent headaches from rein whirh the doctor doctorfailed
failed W relieve me I tried Lydia E Pink Pinkhams Pinkham8 Pinkhams
hams Vegetable Compound and nd within n nshort 11fihort a5hort I
short time felt betwr and after taking five fivebottles tInbQttle livebotUeof
bottles botUeof of it I was wasentirplyCUred entirely cured 1 therefore thereforesplendid thereforeheartily thereforeheartily
heartily recommend your Compound as a n aplend1d
splendid uterine tonic It Itperiods makes tltemont1llv tltemont1llvriorls themonuulyperiods I
periods riorls regular re lllar and without pain p n and what wht whata t ta j
a blessing it is to find such a remedy remedv after aCtormany so somany j
many doctors fail to help you I am nm please pleaseto plenoedto
to recommend it to all suffering women womenMr womenr
3 Mrs Mr r Sara Sa AVilsonJl Wil cil 3Eaat Ji JSaat t 3d Street Cfncin Ginoinnati J
nati Ohio Ohioii K KIf < I i
If you VOU havSfsuppressed hav W suppressod or painful painfulmenstruation j jnch ImenstMlation 1
menstruation wealcness caknt > ss of the tom tomQh tomnli
nch indigestion bloating leucorrhosa leucorrhaailooding J I I110oding 1
flooding nervous ne7 u5 prostration prastrn tion dizzi dizziness J
ness faintncss ncss dontcare and andwantto andaflttojCffllOfle i iwanttqaliilcftalone
wanttqaliilcftalone wantto aflttojCffllOfle iaion 1oftalane feeling ex exness excitabilit
L citabilit ctabiIityiaclnache acimchc ar the blues these thP5eRre
fr are sure nmications of female weak weakness weaknesS
ness nesS somejlCTangenient someY sOniC draugement ang ment of the th uterus uterusor
or ovarianTrouble ovarian ovaflan 1rbuble In such cases there thereis thorois thereis
is one tried trledland triedtand and true remedy rCJi1e4yLydia rCJi1e4yLydiaPinkhnms remedyLydiapjnkhains Lydia LydiaJ3 i
J3 Pinkhaints Vegetable V gebb e Compound Compo d I Iv I I
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ESTATE E MAY PAY PAYTHE PAYTHE PAYTHE
THE DEPOSITORS DEPOSITORSCreators DEPOSITO S Scre
Creators cre C ors off of ofthe the Topeka Bank Will Will WillNot WillNot
Not lose All ADRECEIVER AllR
RECEIVER R CEIVER NOW NOW IN CHARGE CHARGEDEVLIN GH CEIARGE RGE RGEi RGEDEVLIN
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DEVLIN D IS RUINED BEYOND RE R RD REDMPTION
v DEMPTION D DMPTIONTbeka MPTIONo MPTIONor MPTIONoT r
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Toiteka T teka Kan July Jul 4 4J J T Bradley Bradl Bradlrqj
jrg r rqj yer or of the First National batIk batIkar
ig arWvad ar a iYad In the city clt today and took tookCharge to k khnrge
X0 Charge C hnrge of the thebanko bank When hen asked to tonight tonight
night n ight for some news about the banks ban s sc 1
C condition nc < Receiver Bradley said saidI
I am not permitted to give you any anyinfonnallon anyInformation
Information In formation My orders from the comp comptroller comp
troller t of the currency are explicit expliciton
0 on il that point I make my m report to tohim
h him im and am not allowed to talk about aboutit
it hIt
None of the officials of the bank bankwould bankwould bankould
A would w ould discuss the institutions affairs affairswhen
w when w hen confronted by b depositors They Theyhave Theyhave
h have ave turned everything over to Re Reclver
c ceiver Bradley and he Is making an aneffort au I
es e effort to get the banks affairs In Inshape insha I
s shape sha > eo eoThe
The only onl thing in the shape of in information Information
f formation about the bank comes from fromthe fromthe I
ti the t he Devlin interests Clifford Histed Histedattorney
a attorney by C J L Devlin says the es estate estate esate
u tate t is worth more than the Indebted Indebtedness Indebt d dn
n ness ess ss and that the bank can pay out outS outoC
C S Gleed head of the company which whichhas I
h has n taken over the Devlln Interests Interestssays interestssays
s says ays that if there Is no trouble tro ble In ir 1
h holding the property turned over to the the3ank thebank th thank
b bank by Devlin a full settlement will w111be I
b be e made
Estimate Too High HighAlthough Hight
t Although Mr Devlin has given glenn glennwarrant a awarranty L
warranty w deed and a quit claim deed de d I
t to o the First
National bank for prop pr p ¬
erty e rty which is said to be valued prOpt at at t
113500 less encumbrances amounting amountino atV V
t to o about 24000 this does not mean
t that the property will willbrlng bring that thatamount tha I
a amount of money at the preseqt time
j It t is said by those who are arep posted sted on ot
j the t hi values of real estate In the city cltOand cit citrid
a and rid county that the property which whichwas whichwas whlclas
v was w as turned over will not net the bank bankmore bankmore bahiore
r more m ore than 50000 or 60000 The prop property property proprty
e erty eh rty might bring more if It could be bi
held h eld until a purchaser could be found foundwho fouuuwho
who wanted the property badly but butunder butunder bu bunder
l under u the existing circumstances the theproperty theproperty thi thiroperty
T property p Is not worth the amount paid I Ior
i for f or It ItMr ItIr
Mr Ir Histed said that 700000 OOOO < T of prop proP7erty
erty e rty would be turned over to the bank
but b ut he > neglected to state of what the theproperty thepro tb i
1 property pro p > erbo consisted consistedDue consistedDue
Due Other Banks BanksA
A statement was published yester yesteray
day d ay to the effect that Mr Devlin owed owedother owedothE1 owei I
other o banks In Topeka nearly nearl o a half halfmillion haICmillion halfmillion
million dollars This proves to be behreatly b e s
greatly g overestimated Mr Devlins DevlipsoblIgations Devlii S i
obligations o to all the banks of this thiselt1 thi S i
city c ity other than the theFirst First National do di 0 i
not n ot aggregate as much as 100000 E E
W V Freeman cashier of the Merchants C
J National said tonight tonightWe tonightVe tonightWe
We Ve have no loan to Mr Devlin Devlinpersonally Devlinpersona1110 D vit ri i
r personally p one of his companies some som e
l time ago borrowed 3000 from out ou tP f
l bank b ank but this loan Is secured by gilt
edged e collateral worth twice as much mucht muc h i
T trs rs the bank loaned him That Is the theextent th e extent
extent e of our dealings with Mr Devil n i I
i and a nd his companies comaanlesDepositors <
1
Depositors Wrought Up UpDepositors UpDepolt
Depositors Depolt rs are becoming much muchwrought muc h j
wrought up over the h matter They The I hI r
I intimate that criminal crlmirirtlprosecui crlminalprosOcuJoq proseculfion oq Theil lv will il 1
be made if the bank fails fgI1l5settle Tht tor settle setti settiwith fr <
1 with th depositors alleging tha tl fh4t t careless ci1relecosn chreiesuness
n ness was largely the cause for the th a >
failure failureA
A determined effort is being made by bl b d
the theDevitii Devlin interests to pull out of the Ui bIC IC e
hole holeA
A committee representing the credlK credl I
tors of the Devlin estate will maktk mai k ci
every eer o possible effort to save the estatev estal e <
from insolvency insolvencyThe insolvencyThe
The committee representing the chief chiefcreditors chiefcreditors chh f
creditors has pledged itself to raise all a
the money mone needed to safeguard the he in Ii ¬ i
terests of the people pC1 > ple to whonTc whom C J 1
Devlin owes owesmone money The committee committeer
will act in conjunction with the cor corporation corporatlon cotporation irt
poration that has been formed to 1 a
handle the Devlin estate With the In It i ¬
terests of the creditors safeguarded by bothe t Il y
the committee business men think hlnk there therewill therewill thet re rewill e
will now be little difficulty diffiCUlt in getting gettir ig g
the corporation started and bringing ig
the th Devlin business out of Its present preset it it
difficulties without Insolvency InsolvencNcw insolvencyNew
New Company Needs Money MoneyIt
It is i not known just how much money mont y o owill
will lw > needed to reorganize the Devlin Dcvi in inuitterests
interest P It is
now thought that some C ¬
thing t hil1 like 250000 will Il be sufficient it
When the corporation was firsl firs planned ed
it was the intention to save the First Fir st
National bank of Topeka This would wou 1d 1dIs
have taken much more money than thannees5ary is isnecessary Isne
necessary ne ssar now no Circumstances Clrcum tnnee8 made mat le
it impossible to do this and now It is Isno
no longer necessary neees ary to put up money mont is
for saving the bank It is thought that Ut at
the Devlin property and the resources resourcesof en enof
of the > bank Itself will be sufficient to topay toPay
pay all obligations ob1i aUons ofthe of the bank banke
f e s So Gleed stated that in his opinion opinit on
the First Fir t National bank would not be beablf bea beahle
ablf a hh to resume r ume business businessIn
In brief hrit > f this is the condition of the t he I
bank The obligations of the bank to I U
depositors dtP4l < itors amount to about 1300000 i3OOtt Do
Against A ailtst these deposits there is the theproperty theprflftrty t he hepriperty
property transferred yesterday and andother andother at ud udtea
other Topeka T pek real estate securities securitiesturned securitiestUrtHd securititurnttl tea
turned over ov to the bank by Mr Devlin Devlinamounting Dennamounting Devi tin tinamounting
amounting In all to 700000 700000Policies 700000Policies 700000Policies
Policies Policies Turned Over OverIn OverIn
In addition there are the Insurance Insurancepolioies InBurancerlieies ce
polioies turned in by b Mr Ir Devlin the thea theatuat t tatuaf he
a atuat tuaf cdeh c sh value of which hlch is stated statedat stat ed edat
at about 52000CO t OOOOO The assets of the t f ft
Jank h < llk exclusive of tht Devlin property propert propertturned propen t
turned In yesterday amount to 1OSO 1OSOOf 105 0
1111 IWIt > Of this there is Devlin D vlln collateral collateralith coliatei ral
with ith a par value of60000 The actual actualash act ial
< ash value of this collateral can not yet yetbe yptbe et
be determined determln determIned d The other notes held heldhy ht 1
by the bank amount to 300000 At Atime the thetime thetime he
time t the bank was closed yestwsday ystud 8t daj ay
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AMERICAN AM AMASSDORS ASSADORS HONORED HONOREDI
I BY PRESIDENT OF FRENCH FRENGHREPUBlrC REPUBLIC
Paris July Jul 4 IA A notable feature of the theFourth theFDVrth thePoiirth
Fourth of Julr was the reception given givenby lIenbO givenby
by President Loubet at the Ely myQe see pal palace j
nee to Senior Special Sp lal Ambassador Ptfrterj PtfrterjAdmiral Porter PdrtPrJuJdorS Porterunior
J JuJdorS unior Sp4clal al AQtbaa1ol8dor Loomis Jtear Re ReAdmiral
Admiral Sfggbee and the th other officers of ofthe orthe Ofhe
the t he American smiadron constituting OllsUtutin th thofficial the theottielal theofficial
official party part for the th > transfer of the th body I I
of Admiral John Paul Jones j
The Journey Journ to the palace waa as accom i
panted by b the same military o ceromony i
attending ambassadors am 1i188dolJl When lien they ge a to
be b received by the presldwnt The party i iassembled
assembled at the American embassy
where officials of otthl the presidential prld nti8l house houseIold
hold called ca with stvtc tlt te coaches eoach and a asquadron asquudron asquadron
squadron of cuirassier tile most mo t plctur plcturosque plctursque pieturesque
osque bod of French rellch mounted troops
Ambasaatier Ambtl8 81hu McCormick accompanied aecoinpa flied
t the e narty which was ewcorted ft4COrtf > d through I
the OhampB JHSy ltiyiue to th palace Crowds i
flt Jj ut
Pte i i iItn1
lined the avenues to see > oe thf caval eaItad eaItadient < ad >
anl to salute Iute the Amerl Arkan an offIrcra offIrcrawhot otfierswhoie j
who whoie e brilliant uniforms made them the thecenter I
center of attention attentionWithin attentionVithin
Within Uhlll the tit palace court yard the Nine Nineteenth Sin Inl Inltetnth ¬
teenth colonial colon itt I infantry drawn rawn UP > in I
hollow square rendered military honor honorwhile honorwhlle honorswhile
while the band stayed America AmericaPresident AmericaPresident I
President Loubet received rectivt > d the th < party in I Ithe
th the Salon dee de Ambasciadeurs Amb eadeur Mr Mo MeCormlck i i
Cormick C < making the presentation The Th Thepresident i ipresident Ipresident
president was most gracious clous and wished wishedthe wishedthe I Ihe
the he American Amerl ans a happy sojourn He In Inquired inj injquirttd
quired < of Admiral Sigabee Sf gsbee the details de tails of orhlg ofhis
his voyage and an invited the party to 1
lunch with hJm h m Friday Frjda next ncxtAs nextAs
As the th party withdrew wlti nw military mllttnryponora honors honorsp
1 1ta p
ta taII t
II
MANY DRUNKENBOYS DRUNKEN
BOYS AT SALTAIR SALTAIRInebriated SAtTAIR SAtTAIRInebriated
I Inebriated In Youths a Feature Fe ture of Day Dayat Dayat Dayat
at Church Resort ResortCASES ResortCASES
CASES C OF INTOXICATION INTOXICATIONOFFICERS
il ilOFFICERS L
O OFFICERS ARE KEPT BUSY MAIN MAINTAINING
TAINING ORDER ORDERAlthough I It IAUhough
t
Although the crowds witnessed the thespectacle thespectacle
s spectacle spectacle Sp ectacle of mare mare boys b ys at t Saltair Saltairsteeped Saltalrsteeped
steeped st eced in liquor there were no actual ac
tual th ai arrests of ofmcn men for f r drunkenness drunkennessor drunk nness nnessor
f or fighting fighting while while on the other hand handthere handthere handere
t there th ere was some good Juvenile court courtmaterial courtmaterial
material m aterial How these young y ydung ung lads some someof seinewhom
1 of whom were not over 12 years were wereable wereI wereble
I J able a ble to obtain liquor at Saltair when whenits whenIts whens
i its it s sale to minors minors is plainly prohibited prohibitedby
I by b y o law is not clear clearWhatever clearWhatever clearWhatever
Whatever the cause and means of ofthe ofthe ofe
j the th e disregard for law the young boys boyswere boyswere boysere
were w ere drunk Their foolish little efforts effortsto effortsimitate
t to imitate what they misconceived to tobe tobe toe
1 be b e manly in older men stopped just justshort justshort justhort
short s of being a disturbance of the thepeace thepeace theeace
i peace p eace Some of the lads who took tookthe tookthe tooke
the th e later trains for Salt Lake were wereapparently wereapparently werepparently
apparently a tastIng the bad effects of ofover ofover ofver
J over o ver indulgence for the first time timeOf timeOf
Of course in addition to the notice noticeable noticeable noticeble ¬
able a ble number of semitipsy youths there therewere thereI thereere
were w ere the usual number of grown men menand menand mennd
I and a nd women who find in the lake resort resortan
an a n opportunity to indulge in ulge their appe appetite ¬
5 tite ti te for various varlousbevernges varlousbeverngesIt beverages beveragesIt
It was necessary for f r the deputy de uty sher sheriffs sherIffs ¬
j iffs if fs on duty at the resort last l st night nightto
to remove several persons from the pa pavilion pa11Ion ¬
vilion v ilion as a result of their noisiness noisinessfollowing noisinessfollowing
following f visits to the bar None of ofthese ofthose
these t were put under arrest the usu usual ¬
al a l rule being to place them on the thetrain thetrain
train tr ain under Injunction to leave the re resort resort toort ¬
sort sortSomething sortSomething s ort I
Something over 10000 persons passed passedthrough passedthrough
through t the gates to Saltair yesterday yesterdayncluding
including i the evening attendance attendanceWith attendanceW1th
With the increase in attendance attend nce came cameadded cameadded
added a complaints of a short changing changingQUIET changingQUIET
QUIET DAY AT LAGOON LAGOONLarge LAGOONaLarge
Large L arge Number N Enjoy a Perfect Day Dayat I Iat
at the Resort J I Iterday
Lagoon proved a popular resort yes
terday t to thousands who were desir desirus j
ous o us of getting away from the noise noiseand noiseand 1 I
and a nd excitement of life In the city and andwanted I
wanted w to spend the Fourth quietly quietlyand quietlyand
and un unt nd pleasantly The trains that left leftthe leftthe lefthe
the t he city In the forenoon were fairly fairlywell fairlywell
well w ell filled with pleasure seeekers eekers but butthe
the t he rush commenced with the first aft afternoon afternoon
ernoon e ei train Erom om that time until late
in i n th tbe e eveningjEhose evenln evenini4ihose hose who secured seats seatswere
were w ere the oneswho ones who were first to climb climbupon S
upon u pon the trains The others were com
pelled p elled to stand up on the steps and and andetween I
between b the seats seatsWhole seat9Whole
Whole families with all their correla
live tlvebranches t ive branches went to Lagoon deter determined determined ¬
mined to spend the day sanely and In Ina It t
a way wa to get the most rest and com
fort f ort out of it it They took with them 1 j
big b ig baskets filled with all kinds of edi
bles b les from the contents of which they t teasted
feasted f later laterIce laterIce laterIce
Ice cream soda pop and other liquid liquidrefreshments liquitefreshments
refreshments r were obtainable in un ¬
I Ia limited quantities at the various varlo s stands standsand standsand standsnd
and a nd there was dancing In the pavilion pavilionoating
boating b on the lake and riding on the thenlerrygoround iii iiimerrygoround
merrygoround and narrow gauge gaugerailwa
railway railwa r to afford everyone au oppor
tunity t to indulge their appetites or pb
tain t such recreation as best suited sultedln m
dividual fancy fancIt
It was midnight before the last of o f
the t he Lagoon visitors reached the city clt cltmany
many of them weary with their round rounde roun cityI I
of o f pleasure but
pleased with withthe the man manner manner ¬
ner in which they the o had spent the day
A pyrotechnic display at night proved proveda I Ia
a magnet that caused many to remain remainat a
at Lagoon until a late hour houtCROWD
CROWD AT SALT SALTP PALACE PALACEMany LA E EMan
Many Man Visit ViSitR VisltResort Resort S rttoTak to toT Take ke in in Free FreeAttractions Fre ree reeAttractions
Attractions AttractionsOyer
Over 2000 nersons went to the Salt Sal It
Palace yesterday afternoon to see Sale the th e
free attractions Many of them a
brought their lunches The afternoon afternoong n nwas I
was especially devoted to the children childrenand childrenand n nand
and besides free admissions they were werppermitted wer e epermitted
permitted to witness < bicycle races and andother andotht an
other otht > r events free freeThe freeThe dl 1
The races at night ni ht were attended d
by 4000 or more persons personsmorning personsmorning
1 1morning
morning there was approximately 150 j
000 in cash on hand The relation of the theassets theassets
assets to the obligations to depositors
depends upon the cash value of the
Devlin collateral 1 and
upon whether or ornot ornot ornot
not the transferencesfrom transferqncos transfernces from the Devlin Devlinestate Devlinestate Devlinestate I
estate hold gQod goodWAIVED gqodWAIVEDHER
WAIVED WAIVEDHER HER RIGHTS RIGHTSWife RIGHTSWife r
I IWife
Wife of Devlin Praised for Turning TurningOver TurningOver I
Over Property PropertyTopeka PropertyTOJeoka PropertyTopeka
Topeka Rap July 4 4The The men engaged
in clearing up the affairs of the th First II t
IVational Jltlonal bank praise the participation of I
Mrs C J T Devlin in her husbands hUSb Jd af f fassigncil
fairs The > Insurance policies whIch she sheassthrned sheassigned
assigned for the benefit of the creditors creditorswere creditirawere reditrswere
were entirely entlr < I hers and might have been
held for herself clear of all connection I
with Ith the bank She has assigned all her
insurance > except that which want to the thechildren thechildren J Jchildren
children The same Is true of her dower doweriiittritrBi
t interest iiittritrBi ntcrest til In rooooo < vuuw worth Ji n of i ieu1 real esiiiif estate
v The Central National bank bankannouned announced I
tonight tonl ht that it did not hold any of C J
Devljns DevIfs personal paper This has been
regarded as I S a Devlin Dt > vlln bank The debts
due th ° Tj Dtmk iik from the Devlin interests
are owed entirely by companies In which I
Devlin was only part owner These are arem
the m r MarqlJPtte ji rqi iit Third uuru VeIn vein Coal oai company
the Toluca Marquette I rquette Northern rail ¬
road the DexllHMiller Coal
company companOCrawford
Crawford County COtmt Coal company Charles
P Gleed said tonight tonightnow
It now seems Siem that every Eve dollar of the
Devlin property has been located and
that the > vnlue of the property is greater
than the debts
were again rendered and the escort of
cuirassiers rs accompanied It t back to the theGenuine
embassy A AGenuine
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Carters Little Liver Pills PillsMust PillsMust PillsMust
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t > j 01 01Jail 1il
Jail Ja il Captured at Russellville But Only One Out of Four FourI FourelJ FourMon
I Men Mon elJ Wanted Was Secure SecureltBodY Body Will Probably ProbablyB
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n tTSSFLLVIILE LLVILLE Ky July 4 4A 4Amob A Amob
RUSSELLVILIB RUSS
l mob numbering 800 went to the thejail thejail
jail here tonight They were wer able ableto ableto
to find only one of the prisoners charged chargedwith chargetlwith
wi with th criminal cr mlnal assault upon upori the Ger G
mth man m an girl Mary Iary Gladder The other otherthree
three th ree had crawled up the iron railingI railingand railing I
and an anth d hid in the big water tank near
the th thsi e Veiling When the crowd got in inside Inside
side si siha de John Sacka the man whose trial
has ha s been in progress since Monday onday
dropped dr opped to the floor and rushed out
of offir the door Several pursued him and
fired fir ed at him but he made his escape escaperunnIng I
running ru nning toward the public souare and andwould
would w ould have gotten away had he h not notQr
3 t Qr OfflJN NWS NWSOffice I IOgden
Office 2484 Washington a Ave AveOgden 1
Ogden Wednesday July 5 5FOURTH 5a i iFOURTH I I I <
FOURTH IN OGDEN OGDENLess
Less L ess Noise But as Much Enjoyment Enjoymentas
as Usual UsualIndopendence
Independence day passed quietly In Og
den de n The strict regulations made and andro androfar so sofar sor
far fa r as possible enforced by the police
had ha d the effect of preventing much of the
usual us ual noise and turmoiL The fireworks fireworksade
trade tr ade was not so brisk as In other years ears
and an d the doctors did not have as much to
do doex in the relief of hurts from premature prematureexploslons prematureplosions j
explosions ex plosions and the like However the i
Kreater gr eater part of the community seemed to i
bear be ar with becoming fortitude the absence absenceof I
of noise and hilarity h1larJtoThe
The largest larJestcrowd crowd was Us at Glenwood
park p pw ark which In the afternoon and evening
was w as thronged thron ed with an attendance that thatxed
taxed ta xed the street cat serviceV servlc servlcAt
At the Weber county fair fairgrounds grdunds unds down downeventeenth I
Seventeenth S street there was also a big
crowd cr owd at the horse hori > races in the after afternoon afternoon
noon noonO n oon
nw Ogden O en canyon was w s likewise thronged throngedwith throngedwith
with w ith pleasure pleasuroseekers seekers The Second ec eccleslastlcal occJesiastIcal ccesiastical
ciH cleslastlcal ci ward had an excursion to the theermitage
ciy Hermitage H ermitage but tho tho15Itors visitors to the can canyon canyon canon ¬
yon y on were of all wards wardsAt WardsAt wardsAt
At Lester park pavilion the celebration celebrationwas
was w as under the direction of the W C T TFireCrackert
U Uw Firecrackers were tabooed Addresses Addresseswere Addresseswere Addressesere I
were w ere made in the forenoon by V Rapp Rappand Rappand Rappnd
and a nd Bishop James Wotherspoon The TheDeclarf1Uon TheeciarniIon
aD
Declaration D of Independence was read by
Miss M Iiss iss Kettle ettle Crair There was also a arrogjramme aJVogramme a aogramme
rrogjramme p of patriotic songs recitations recitationsand
and a nd music Another celebration of sim aimar
ilar li ar character was held In the afternoon afternoonA
A conservative estimate places the num number number numer
ber h er of people visiting Glenwood park dur during durIng
ing i nn the day at 7000 There were easily easily4vOOO r
4vOOO 4 oOo at the saucer track in the evening to towitness towitness tl tlitness i
witness w the tenmile motor race The Theplace rheplace flu flulace
place p lace seats 3200 and there were easily SOO SOOstanding 800standing
iC
standing s up while hundreds of others otherswere otherswere C
were w ere refused admittance The motor race racewas racewas S
ww
was w as won by Heagren while Samuelson Samuelsonwas 1
was w as second and Smith third thirdThp thirdThe
The street car company had one of o the th theaviest
heaviest h days business In its history hlstol the thenumber thenumber th thumber
number n of people carried during the day da daeing
being b eing probably as great as any anO other day da daIn dan
id in i n the past five years y ars although Labor Laborday
day d ay of 1900 still holds the record in Labott that thatrespect thatrespect tim timespect t r
respect r
MINOR MINORACCIDENTS MINORACCIDENTSundry ACCIDENTS ACCIDENTSSundry
I
Sundry S Happenings Incident to the theCelebration theCelebration thtCelebration
Celebration of the Fourth FourthThe FourthThe FourthThe
The little son of Mr Ir and Mrs Abe AbaDunbar Ab Abunbar
Dunbar D unbar was painfully p lnfully burned yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaorning C8terdaymorning
morning m by b the explosion of firecrackers 3
against a gainst the little ones onosface face at his home lioni JOme t
oh o n Twentysixth street A number of o f
powdergrains powd p owdCi grains wore imbeddedin the flesh flc5htof 1
of o f the boys boy cheek and some In the eye ¬
ball b ail Dr H J J Powers who attended I
him h im says that the burns are not serious S i
and a nd that no permanent injury is likely lIkel likelo
to t o result to the eye e e
At Five Points Monday night August Au ust t
Anderson aged 17 I years son of August t
Anderson sr suffered a a severe injury
to t o his knee by the bursting of a crude
ba bomb b omb which he had manufactured from froma T Twagonwheel
a bf wagonwheel burr The burr burst into inttragments
fragments f and one of the pieces struck struc
the t he knee of young Anderson causing a
painful p wound Dr Taplln TpUn attended atended him his
and a nd states that tht the lad will wf be unable to touse ti tise
use u se his knee much for several weeks weeksYQng
A young boy ho o named Glen Koch suffered suffereda suffereda suffere d da
a very ver painful scalp wound in I ¬
flicted flcted f by a large tin tn can which was we IS s
hurled through the airwhen air when the boy ex exploded exploded ¬
ploded p loded some powder in It It
August Augst Carlson hud his face burned by b bexploding v
exploding firecrackers firerackers and a girl named name j
Lloyd LtoO suffered sufered in a similar simiar manner mannerFell mannerFell aler alerFel
I i
Fell Fel From Box Car CarII Caro CaroH
II 1 O McLaughlin cLaughln a switchman swichman em employed employed I Iploycd i ¬
ployed In the Ogden railroad rairoad yards oard was wasr we a s
r
mw met m et the sheriff sheri and his hi deputies deputes who whowere wl whoere
were w were ere on their te way to Bowling Bowlng Green Greenand Gree Greennd
and a nd they ordered orere him to stop He Hetimes Hershed Heushed
rshed r ushed on and the3 they sht shot at him four fourtmes fourmes
times tmes ti tiw mes wounding woundig him twice Neither Neitherwound Neiher Neiherwound Neitheround
wound w > ound is thought to be b fatal The Theshooting Theshootig Thehooting
s shooting shootig near the square uare frightened frightenedthe frghtened frghtenedthe
the t he mob in the Jail jai and they hurried hurriedoff hurriedff
r off of o ff with wih only one of the men Jimmy Jimmyyon I
Lyon L yon leaving leaIg Polk Fletdier Fletcer and nd Guy GU3
Lyon L yon in the jail jai These two wo together togetherwith togetherwih
with wih w ith the wounded man were taken takenaway tken tkenuay
a away shortly shorty afterward aferwad on the train trin
t to Bowling Bowlng Green It I is supposed spp osed that thatyon
T Lyon L yon who was taken away away by the themob
mob m ob was hanged in the outskirts outkirts oC otthe
t the he town and that his body bdy will w1 be beound
t found fo fos fofr und in the morning morningseriously ornin o oSerOUSlY I
seriously SerOUSlY s Injured last lat night nght by falling fatng
from fr frs frto om a boxcar boxca while whie he was engaged in inswitching InswJching
wa engged
switching swJching s frb He suffered suCered Injuries Injurie to tt his hisack
back back b ack and It It is feared feaed was also hurt in inrnally ¬
ternally tcrnalyo to toe He was a taken to the aso Ogden gen general ¬
eral e ral hospital hospJa about abut 10 1 oclock ocock
Will Wl Lose Another Finger FingerJ
J W Aiken Aken whose whose > hand had was seriously
injured in jured U il in an explosion I of O caps serousl serouslU used to toet
set s et off giant powder 8 was examined x again againesterday a
feS feSa feSyesterday
yesterday y ya by Dr H J Powers Power It I nowlppear now nowappears nowppears
appears yh yg a lppear probable that another aother finger fnger will wi
have have h ave to be cut oft This was a contin contingency contn contngency continency ¬
gency g ency feared fer by the doctor Monday night nightOgden nightOgden nightOgden
Ogden Briefs BriefsJoseph Briefsosep BriefsJoaepi
Joseph osep Wheeler Weeler of Salt Snt Lake Lae is visiting
j in n Ogden with relatives relativesDr relatve relativesDr
Dr W J 3 Browning of Salt St Lake was in Ingden
c Ogden O gden yesterday visiting isltng relatives relativesTheodore rlatves rlatvesTheodore relativesTheodore wa
Theodore Lewis was wa in Ogden yester yesteray ¬
day d 3 ay en route from Portland Portand to the cap capal ¬
j ital itl it al city cityEarl c1 cityEarl o oEarl
Earl Dunshe Dunho of Salt Sat Lake Lke and a party
a part
of o f friends frens were visitors visior to Ogden and andj
the t l he canyon cayon yesterday yesterao yesteraoWi yesterdayWill
Will Wi McCabe formerly former o a a resident residet of ofgden
v Ogden O gden but now of Kansas Kaas City Is in the theunction
Junction Juncton J j City Ciy Cit again agan for a visit Cit of a few feways te
c days daysThe daysThe d ays aysThe
The fire fre department depatment was called cled out last lastnight lat latnight
nl r night n to extinguish etngish n fire that was wa burn burnag ¬
i ing ag in some grass threatening thretening a house on onob
I Nob N ob hilL hilLA hiL hiLA gs
A large lage number of Socialists SocIaists went up upo I
to t o Peterson Peterson in Morgan rorgan county yesterday yesterdaypicnic
where w here wa was held the annual outing
annua outng aa aapicnic
picnic p r icnic of that partys patys members membersINDIAN memborsII
INDIAN II JUGGLERS JUGGLERSSome JGLS JGLSSome 3ITGGLERSSome
Some Strange and Mysterious Feats FeatsDescribed Feat I IDescribed
Described Describe by Andrew Lang LangSt
St James Jaes Gazette GazetteYesterday Gaette Gaetteyesterda GazetteYesterday
Yesterday yesterda says the writer we were
wer
all marching in from Khimlasa Khlmlaa when we w
passed p assed a a village yJage and on the roadside a s j
juggler jusgler was resting restng We Ye said to him i
Juggle We stood within six feet ot 01
him all al round him all al the time tme and ad he heoas
was oas half naked He took a rudelycarved rudel
little ltte l boat bat empty and ad undecked und cked care about abouteight
abut
eight eght inches by four inches with wth one one t
thwart across acro s it with wih a a hole for a mast o
We all examined exmined this boat and ad handed mat It ii t
round It I was wa empty Ho then stuck a u
thin tin bamboo stick stck about two to feet long in injthO Inithehole ii
jthO ithehole < j t he hole and then took tok a a cocoanut and and am
handed it round This
I cocoanut cooanut was wa waempty
empty with wit three holes in it It was a an
I
Small one n and we e all saw and felt it wa was writ
nrh nrhe
hg h dn tlt tltbambo
empty He Ie then stuck the nut on the thi
bamboo bambo and stuck a little tUe bamboo spout spou t
in one hole of the nut and stood five C
yards ards off and said Spout And it Itr I
spouted r te water Idlk like 1 oclock c for r a long lout j
time He Iat said Stop t p and it f rsp stopped spoe oe
Spout and it spouted It I spouted sp much muchmore muchmore mud Ii Iimore 1
more water than tha could ever have hve been bed 1
in the nut or boat bat All AI the time tme the e man manwho manwho turinwho
who had a 0 monkeys skull skul with wlh him kept kepton kepto i isaying t
on o saying Bandar Badar ka kopra monkeys s 3
skull skul over and over again
aan aanFrom
From Mr Hugh Clifford Clfford Mr rr Lang Lng has hasa lis lisa ha S Sa s
a similar sin lar story stor o The juggler jugler was wa a a a Ma
lay who stroked strok d with wit his hi finders fngers lIa the th 0
blade blade of a lone lonl knife knle or ks kris Air lr Clif Clf ¬
ford saw water fall fal drop bydrop by drop from i
the blade blade which whic became becae flaccid fJacid like ke a astrip astrip i
of India IndIa rubber rubbr Throw Thrown on the theground th e aground
ground round it bounced bunced about but was u IL j
knife blade blae again when lifted lfed by b the jug 1 ¬
gler This looks like le a clever ceyer case of otpalming a f rpalming
palming a thin bag full ful of water wate for fo r
the knife kife blade But there was wac no water wateron wateron t ton
on the mat on which Mr Clifford CUford saw sa
the drops falling fallingWhen falng falnga fallingWhen sw
a i iWhen
When Depew Hurried HurriedPittsburg HurrIedPitburg HurriedPittsburg
Pittsburg Pitburg Dispatch DispatchSenator Dpath DpathSenator DispatchSenator
Senator Chauncey M 1 Depew Dew of New Nei
York tells tels this one at his own expense
He was stumping the state of New expense York Yor
in the campaign of 1900 19 having haYlng big au ¬
a1
diences and kindly kndly receptions receptons at all points
In one town tow the Republican Republcn al managers
had arranged arrangd to have have a a cannon canon near the th
stand of the speaker and to have It fired fire
off every time the people gave vent to t
applause upplouse Senator Snator Depew kept gve the peo
pie hurrahing hurrlng almost all al the time At
last aststopplng stopping to lake te breath tme he dis ¬
tinctly tlnc ly heard this inquiry inquIr come across acros s
the field fieldCap fieldCap
1 Cap when is the old galoot aloot going goin to t 0
quiet Ive IOe only got four cartridges
left left ony cartridges a aDepew 8
four Depew minutes mlnutfs said sid ho finished fnished his speech in I n
I I LAST THREE TtREE DAYS DAYSMUNYONS DAYSMU DAYSMU
MUNYONS MUNYONSUntil MU NY NYONS ONS
1 INUAlER INUAlERFREE
FREE FREEntll
Until ntll July 6tn 6tnthe 6t 6thhe
t the he price of Paw PawPaw Pawaw a
Paw P aw will wil be 100 O j
I including Incuding in cluding my 1jJ 1jJInhaler 100 100Inhaler 10 i D iec iecnhaler
I Inhaler a package packageof
o of f PAWPaw RwPaw Pills PUs Pillsnd i iand
E and a nd a package of ofCatarrh orCatarh v vatarrh a
c Catarrh Catarh C Tablets Tabletsactual ablet 4 4tual
nA actual actua n tual value 200 200After O 0O 0Ofter < F
After Afor A fter that date theJG theJGprice te teprice the n
price p rice will wi be 100 100for 10 I Ior
for f or the Inhaler and 4
100 0 for the Paw PawPaw Pawaw l lPaw
Paw P aw If l you Oou have havecatrrh I Icatarrh r ratarrh
ct catarrh catrrh c or any stomach stomachtouble stomachrouble ij
trouble touble t dont fail to got this thisposIUc thisositive R Rpositive
positive p pb and 3d complete cure cureefore I
before b the price Is raised rased to toMUNYON I
200 20
MUXYOX ltOX Philadelphia PhiladelphiaTo Phiadelphia PhiadelphiaTo
To T o pay a fair far price prJ E for or a Piano when
that t fair far price prce carries crf with wih it i a guarantee
to t o give you certain comfort and garantee satisfac ¬
tg ion ton t gv Our Carstensen Anson Co Piano Pianogves
gives gves g te ives satisfaction satsfacton price < reasonable reaonable terms
easy eay e asy We e have what you want in music
at a t half haf price priceCARSTENSEN priceCARSTENSEN priceCARSTENSEN
CARSTENSEN ANSON CO COTemple COTemple COTemple
Temple of Music lluslc 74 Main Man street streetFrench streetPORTIERES streetPORTIERES
PORTIERES PORTIERESFrnch
French Frnch dry dr cleaned caned 1 l A modern moderncleaning modrr
cleaning cleaing and dyeing d eing shop for ladies ladiesand ladie ladlesand
and gentlemens garments garmentsPAUMIES garmentsPAIJMIE1S
ap PAUMIES UM SmpARI PARISIAN N DYE WORKS
55 5 West First Frst South Phone 1411 11 11GEORGE T TGEORGE YGEORGE
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GEORGE WASHINGTONS y ASHlGTO S QUEUE QUEUEt QUEU QUEUI
It I Hid Hd a Luxuriant Suit of Straight Straght and andVery andVer an d dVery
Very Ver Dark Dak Hair HairThe
The Father of his Country Countr concealed concealedluxuriant a aluxuriant aluxrat
luxuriant luxrat suit of hair beneath beneth his queue QueuewIg quet quetw1g
wig Many 1any now wish the old fashion fahion were werein wei weiin
in vogue vogepto to conceal thinned hair har or bald baldness baliness
ness Yet no One One need have thin hair nor norbe ne nebe
be bald bd If he cure the dandruff dandruf that thatcaues the thecauses
causes caues both Dandruff Dandruf cannot cnot be cured curedby curedby cure cureby
by scouring the scalp because becue it itis is a a a germ gent enn
disease and the te germ ger has ha to be killed
kIled
Newbros Herpicide Herlcde kis kills the dandruff
germ gerno germno no other hair preparation preparaton will Wil 4 < De D >
stroy stoy the cause you ou remove the effect
Theres no cure ure for dandruff but to kiU hi
the germ gtr Sold by b leading druggists Send Sfd Ses Sesbr
lOc in stamps for sample saplt to druggst Tho Th Herpicide Ic Ico
Co o Detroit Detroit Mich MichDRUNKENNESS Mih MihDRUNKENNESS
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A positive osltveand and permanent perment cure for r or
drunkenness and ad the opium diseases diseaes
There is no publicity publct no sickness Ladies Ladi
treated as a privately as a at their own o
homes homes The Te Keeley Institute Insttute 334 3 West We at
South Temple Temple Salt Lake City Utah Utah
Gardner Gar ner Daiy Daily Store News1 News1The Newsi NewsiThe
I The big big holiday 01day over overWow overwith I
wih wihNow with withNow
Now letis leUs 1et get that thatsummer thatmind
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summer suit off your yourmind I
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Well Wel admit admi that our ourstock ourstock I
stock was somewhat somewhatshot I
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shot to pieces in prep preparation preparation ¬ I CI
aration for the Fourth FourthBut FourthBut
But still stl we have hayewhat haveI t
I what would overstock overstockthree 6Terstockclothing I
If Ifthree
three or four ordinary ordinaryclothing ordhiaryclothing
I I clothing clothing stores storesAnd storesI
1 And its safe to say saywe D
I I I we wecan can give you ext ex exactly ¬ I
actly what you want wantThe wantThe t
The three piece piecesuits piecesuis It
t 0 0suits
suits suis r50 50 to 35 35Two
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suits suis 5 to 15 15ONE 15I t ts tsI
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Dying Dyg of Famine PamineIs Falne FalneIs
Is in its Is torments tonents like lke dying of con consumption consumption cc n nsumuption ¬
sumption The progress prgres of consump consum t ¬
tion ton from the beginning to the very veryend ye ery eryend ry ryend
end is a long torture both to victim victimand vict ictm ictmand ii iion
and friends frends When I had consumption on
consumpton consumptonIn
in its is first frt stage writes write Wm Myers lIyers of
Cearfoss Md lld after afer trying tryin different differentmedicines diferent diferentmedicines differe tt ttmedicines
medicines and a good god doctor dotor in vain vainI va in inI
I at last took Dr r Kings Kings New Xe Dis Discovery Disovery D I s sIly ¬
covery which quickly o and perfectly perfectlycured prfecty prfectycured perfeci perfecicured Ily
cured me Prompt relief relef and sure cure cc ire
for coughs colds < sore throat bron bronchitis bro in inhitis ¬
chitis hits etc et Positively Po ltYely prevents pneu pneumonia pntu pntumonia pne U Umonia ¬
monia Guaranteed at Z c M r I ro price priceSOc pr pri ire ire50c e eGQ
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Gowns GownsDinner
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Neclwear Neckwear and andIlported andImported
Ilported Imported NOl NoveJties NoveJtiesI lties I
12 OFF I I I I
AI Walking r Skirts Silk Silkand SilkPetticoats SilkI
I Petticoats and Hosiery Hosierytf
tf tf3s 13 OFF 1
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The T Famous Faols Shoe for Wome WomenVINCENTNOTT Women WomenV1NCENTNOTT
VINCENTNOTT SHOE CO
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PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP GUARDIANSHIPNOTICES GUARDIANSHIPNOTICES GUARDiANSHIPNOTICES
NOTICES NOTICESConsult NOTICESConult NOTICESConsult
Consult Conult county count cleric c or the respective repcUve
signers slaers for further furter Inforaton information informationIN
IN I THE DISTRICT DISTC COURT PROBATE PROBAT
division diviion in n and ad for Salt Sat Lake Lke County
r State of Utah Ut In the matter mater of the the
estate of Charles Chale Auor deceased deeodNotke deceasedNOthe Kotiie
The Te petition tton of 0 H P Leo the admin
I
o te adDin
iC I flsttor istrator with wJt will wU annexed aneed of the te estate estat
i of Charles Chale Auer deceased for conflrma
1 j f tion ton of the sale se of deeaed the te following folowing confr described descibd
personal pernal property prper towit towit 240 gallons Old
Cow Crow ow whisky hisk in In bond for glon the sum UZfl of
I 529473 73 240 4o gallons Sam Clay CIa whisky
galon a
I in bond bondror for the te sum of 10000 0 one o whik e No lo lon
I 33 il cash register e sold for the sum of ofthe
I 5850 one n No 8 r3 cash = register sold tg for
I the te sum of 55850 5 stock stok of wines liquors lquor
and ad cigars cig < in saloon aoon at No wnes 11 West Vet Sec Se ¬
ond South S street Salt Lake City ITtah ITtahj
I I Ii sold g for tthsr the sum SSl of 160000 o 1 fixtures i
II giaswar glassware triure furniture et etc i in sd said saon saloon saloonsold
j sold 8ld for the te sum or J3SSOO mO mcelaeus miscellaneous miscellaneousi
I i lot of tel glassware in bar at Saltair sold soldof s
for the sum of t 6895 mtce miscellaneous lot
I of glassware glaswae in soda fountain fountin a aI at Saltair SaltairI Satr SatrI
so
I sold sld for the te sum of 5000 0 furniture futue In
Room 39 3 Morlan Morla block block sold sld for the te sum um umI
I of 53000 xt 0 one safe at a Saltair Satr sold sld for the the
sum of 50 5000 miscellaneous selleu lot of crock crockery crk crker crockcry ¬
cry er at at Saltair Saltr sold 8ld for the te sum of 33275 33275tion 3 3ten 7
ten 10 0 shae shares of te the GldQcld Goldtleld Eor Explora 0
ton ton company compay partial partialthe Palaly partiaibald pad for sold fo for
the sum of J3MfOO cash
te upon uponconfirmation uporconfirmation
O c upn upnconfirton
confirmation confirton as a appears appe from fro the thereturn te terturn thereturn
return rturn of sale filed fle in this ths court cOr
se
Iras h bean ben set Ear hearing healn on o Saturday St
the 1he 15th 1t day da of July ul A D Do 1905 1 15O at a 10 10oclock 10ocock 10oclock
oclock ocock a a m at the county cout court cur house houseLake houe houein
in the cou court rom room of sd said court In Sat Salt
Lake Le City Ct Salt Bat Le Lake county count cr Utah UtahWitness Ut Utahl1thess
Wites Witness the te clerk cerk of said sd court COTt
SeaL Sea withthe wih with oe the seal se thereof therot affixed aed this this2Sth t thIsSth
2Sth Sth th day do of June June A A IX D 190 190J 19 19OJ
J U BLDREDGK ELREDGE o Jr r Cleric Cer
By W Deputy H H FARNSWORTH FARNSWORTHDeputy F Clerk SWORT
D B HBMPSTEAD s
Attorney Atney tor Administrator AdministratorI1C Admlnttor AdmlnttorIN Administrator AdministratorIN
IN THE TH DISTRICT DISTCT DISTRICTCOURT COURT PROBATE PROBT
division in and ad for Salt Sat Lake Le county
State of o Utah Ut In the matter mater of the es ¬
tate tte of William Wiia Gerge George Owen deceased decee te
Notice lotce The petition of ot Charles Charle W John Johnson Johnson Johnson ¬
son praying prlC for the Issuance Isuace to himself himselfof hhnei hhneiof
of letters leter of administration aministaton in I the ea e
tate of William W1Ja George Owen deceased
has ha been bee set for hearing heanJ on Saturday Saur dee
the 8th 8h day dy of July uly A D 1903 l at at 10 10oclock 1 1oclok 10oclock
oclock oclok a a m at the county count court cobr houss bou8 boien
in n the court cour room of 01 said sid court cour in Salt Sat
Lake Lke City Salt Sat Lake Le county cut Utah Ut UtahWitness
Witness 1VJnos the tJe dark of said coar curt curtSeL court courtSeaL
SeL Seal with wih tho seal sl thereof theef affixed atfx this this27th tbis2t1
27th 2t1 7tli day of June A A D 1C05 1C05J lO
J 1 U ELDRJSDGE ELREDGE Jr Clerk
By W H H FARNSWORTH FARNSWORTHDeputy FANSWORT FANSWORTTOMPSJ FARNSWORTHDeputy Clerk
Deputy P Clerk
THOMPSON TOMPSJ YGf GIBSON GIBSONAttorneys 6k
Attorneys for Petitioner PetitionerIN Pettoner PettonerIN
IN THE DISTRICT DISTIC COURT PROBATE
division In and ad for Salt Lake county coutit
Sat Le Utt
State of Utah Ut In the matter mater of the es e ¬
tate tte of Jonathan M WJllltctasoa de ¬
Jonata de
vmtD
ceased ceadNotce ceasgcLNotice Notice The Te petition of Jo Jothe Joseph
peiton
seph Ho H Hurd adminitor administrator with
the wil will annexed annee of the estate etate
of Jonathan Jonath M lL Williamson VIUmn de deceased df deceased ¬
ceased ce for confirmation cfirmaton of the sale
of the te following described real estate t
folownl derib rel 4t <
and ad towit towJt personal Drsna property proprty of said si uc d docodfit cLnt 1t
1 1 The following folowing part of lot 1
prt Jo 1
block 39 3 plat A Salt Sat Lake Lke City Cf sur SUl sue ¬
vey Beginning at
Beginnng the te southeast southea corner crner
of said lot and running thenqe north
Jot
runnlnz
thenc nort
10 rods thence tence west 10 rods thence thenc south suth
ros
10 rods thence east est 10 Q rods to th the placof ptal plac piacof
of beginning begnning Containing Contning Containin ros 100 10 square rods rodsof ro rodsof 3 3of
of ground gound Situate Siuate In Salt Lake sU City Cf and andcounty an
I county cout Utah Utah for the sum of 1536000 530
2 2 The following folowing personal prnal property prpert 1
gold head bed cane cae for the sum of 150 15 = 1
gold watch for 1000 00 1 gold chain for for5oOO for
5oOO C oo 2 i gold sleeve buttons buttons for 100 10 4 4
gold gld collar colar buttons far J050 050 5 1 gold scarf
pin for 200 0 6 silver tablespoons go for
200 0 4 silver siver teaspoons tepons siver tblepn for 1100 100 0 and
1000 10 shares shae stock Alice Aice Gold and ad Silver Siwt
Mining company for 542600 and upon
compn 0 iO ad
the following oIowln 0ters terms ters towlt towi Cash upn
upon the upn upon confirmation confIrmaton as a appears appc from frm
return of sale sle filed ftl in tins s
court has ha been set fUe for beat tt ¬
ben st fo
ing InS on Saturday the 8th day ot July A
8
D 3905 9 at 19 oclock Ocik a m m at the te Jul county cnt cntCourt C ° Uflt Ufltcourt
court house house in il the court room of said al1
court court in Salt Lake Lke City cr Salt r Lake o coun ¬
ty t Utah St Lae
UtahWitness Witness Vlness the clerk of sid d com curt
Seal Se with th the seal thereof o Affixed this
sa theef afle tlls
27th 2t 7th day of June un A A D 05 1 1B
WJ J U ELDREDGE Jr Clerk
By B Y W H FARNSWORTH FAR FARNSWORTHC ELREDGE Crk
SWORT
Deputy D C Clerk
HD HUED HUEDAttorneys RD 8 8D WEDGEWOOD D
Attorneys A toreys for Administrator AdministratorNotice Admlnftruor AdmlnftruorNotice Administrator AdministratorNotice
Notice of Sale SaleIN SaleIS SaleIN
IN THE THrTER MATTER OF THE GUAR
djanship dianhlp of Rot R0 P Po Roylance Royla TH an in incompetent j jc t tcompetentNotice ¬
c competent competentNotice mpetntNotee Notice is hereby given that
the undersigned underigne will sell sn at private gve sui suion Sa Saon asIcor
on or after ater July Jul July o 14 1 1906 1 at pvte 12 l oclock
noon the following described real
folowing decribo rel prop ¬
erty ary situated siuoted in Salt Sl Lake Lke county cunty Ttuh rtaleI PIl
BeginiInp eI at a point 14 rods south r i
the northeast corner of lot Jo 4 19 S block bItsk5acre
5acre plat et A Big Field survey run running ntitning ¬
et tB
ning < thence e west If f rods thence ts sout s r t
9 rods ros more or less J to the center
Canyon creek crek to the th Intersection Interton of sai aj ajcreek aii i
creek with the east ct line ln of said sid block k
thence thece north norh 74 4 rods ros more mre or bo l less ss s t <
the t e place of f beginning nLJiI Wrkt Written n bids wji wi I
be received li ce cef at g 1S77 South State stroV strctSalt r rSal
Salt Sal Lake Lke City Utah Ctb Terms Term of sale salecash salee saleto salecash
cash to be CltJi paid upon confirmation confirmationsale tr trsale t tGuardian
sale e WILLIAM ROTLANCE
Guardian of Rosa P RoyUmee an In ¬
Rolc I
comptet competent competentDated competeatDated
Dated Date July 1 1805 1805NOTICE l0 l0Notce 1005Notice
Notce NotceOTCE Notice I
NOTICE OTCE IS HEREBY HRBY REBY GIVEX THAT THT
the ft assessment = W l of the tax levied by the thecity t tordace thecity
city council of Salt S Itia Lake City d Utah h br b bordinance
ordace ordinance passed pased June 7th th 19U5 LC0 upon im improperly tL tLproprty theproperty ¬
properly proprty abutting abuttDg upon Fronting Frontng up on I ID n nstreet Istreet
street Al All ot lot lots 1 and 4 blok block Ii pl phi
D all of lots lot 2 and 3 block 17 I plt plt D ait aitof aii at atof
of lots lot 2 and ad 3 block 49 plat D all > r
lots Jot 1 and and 4 block 41 Ulat plat D all al of al lt lots
1 i and 4 block 44 plat t D all of lots 2 ani
3 block 1 45 plat l t D all al of 111 111lo2t lots lo2t 2 and a n3 n3a 3
block 68 J plat a aIP IP D all of lots 1 and 4 block 0 0plat
10 10n
60 plat a D l all of rao lots 1 and n a4 4 block blockplat bf blockplat
plat D all al of lots lot 2 and 3 block 73 Z plat
D all al of lots lot 2 and ad 3 block blok 3 1 6 plat 7 D ail ailof C e eof L Lot
of lots lot 1 1 and 4 block blok 97 9 plat D pt all of lot lots >
1 and ad 4 block bloc 100 10 plat D all a1 of lots 2 ar anl < i
3 3 block bloc 101 plat D all al of lots lot Jot 2 and ad 3
block 124 14 plat D all of lots 1 and 4 block
125 15 plat D DFronting DFrontng DFronting lot 1 an 4 bloCK
Fronting Frontng on Fifth Fifh street steet AH of lots lot 1
ad and 2 block 7 IS plat D al all of lo lots 1 and
2 block 74 plat D all of lots 1 and i
al lot ad
block 75 7 a plat D Do
Fronting Frontng on Seventh Seveth street AM ji of irTS 11
1 survey surveyi surey sureyFor and 2 block bloc ill 18 plat stet D Salt Salt A Lake Le City Ci Cit I
i For the purpose of
constructing
a o c
ment sidewalk sidewl four tor feet fet ctrtng wide wde and four fOt fot r
Inches thick thc on both bot sides sIde of a B street
from First street steet to Ninth Nint street Bstt on the
steet
north nort side of Fifth street from rom B to B
streets street and on the te north norh side of Seventu Seventuwalk t
steet street from B stet Street to C Street a Svent in sid
walk district ditct No 24 2 Is i completed stret
That the board cmplete
te bod of equalization eualztn and r rh rhview
view appointed by the te city council for
cit cunl
that purpose purose will meet at the office of
city ct recorder 100 10 City Cl and ad 31 County te build ¬
ing on Monday July ISth 1S06
Ing and con ¬
finite In session until 18t 1 an COT
tnue ssion untl Friday July 14tr
Fday 14tt
1906 10 between btwen the hours hou of 330 and 4 4tt 4ttp i ip
33
p m m and will wil hear he and consider a ar
objections objectons and ad make correction conier of any anota an
tax ta which said sad board bad may correton deem dem unequal
uneu
or unjust unjustThat unjust unjustThat
That during said time between the
hours hors of of9 9 a a m and ad and5p 5 tme p m m msaldlist btween said sad list lit will willi wi
be open to public II 1flpetio at the office officeof
etcn otfiCB otfiCBof
of the clt city tb
recorder 0 and
i IO F600 rorder room 1 1M 9 City ad
County Cont building bu ling Salt Lake City Utah
Le Ciy Uth
By order of the te city council dated June
cit
19th 1t 190a 19io j s So counCl CRITCHLOW CRITCHLOWCity CRIHLOW CRIHLOWCit CRITCRLOWCity
City Recorder
Sidewalk Sidewalk Extension Extenion No Nc Cit 77 77Notice 7 77Notice Recore
Notice NoticeNOTICE NoticeaNOTICE NoticeNOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY HRBY REBY GIVEN BY THE THBcity THEcty THEcity
GIN
city cty council counci of Salt Sat Lake Le City Clt of the te In ¬
tention of such council
tenton councl to make the lot ¬
lowing described deIbed improvement mae te towlti
Improvement town
Constructing ConstcUng a a fourtoot cement cemet sidewalk sidewalkon sidewak sidewakon
on both sides of Bueno street from EIEv Eleventh EIEventh Eieventh ¬
enth East Eat to Twelfth Telfth East Eat street stret In aide aidewalk aidewalk l e ewalk
walk district ditrict No 23 and ad defray the cost costand cst cstJ costand
and expense thereof estimated e at nine ninehundred
f
hundred ten and J SO100 91088 < dollars or
eof of
69100 610 069 6 dollars dola per front or linear Uea
foot toot by a local lo assessment aesmet upon the te Iota Iotaor lot lotsor
or pieces pIece of ground rund within wtn the follow following folow folowing followins ¬
ing described decrIbed district 9itcoing being the te district districtto
dtct dtctto
to be affected afecte or benefited benctted by said sad im improvement improvement Iiprovement ¬
provement provement namely nael Lots Lot 1 to 20 inclusive inclusiveand inclusiveand
Incusv Incusvand
and lot 27 2 of block 1 Ehrichs EhIchs subd subdvision subdylslon subdtvisIon
vision lots lot 1 to 13 Inclusive Incushe block 2
Ehrichs EhtcS subdivision subdivion and lot 4 block bloc 3 3plat 3plat 3pint
plat F Salt Lake City Ciy survey
All Al protests protet and ad objections objeton surey to the car cari carnyjng
te ca
out of
lng such
i JIng nyjng intention Intenton must De pre presented pr presqnted
sented s nted In wtng writing to the city recorder on Of
g Q 01 before bfore the te 10th 10t day day da of ctO July recer 1905 l9O be ¬
lug In the te th time te set by said sad council l when b It Itobjections ItWill itwill
Will hea bear ad and conider consider such counel prote protez ad adobjecton antI antIobjections
objections objecton as a may ma be made suc thereto7 thereto7By tnerto thereto
By order of the cty ty council of Salt Lake
t councl Lke
City Utah UtahDated Ut
p
Dated Dated June 5th 1305 1305J 1
J S CRITCHLOW CmTCHLOWScwlEIx
S CRTCO CRTCOCit
> i City Recorder
S4 ScwlEIx ScwlEIxi tensiOn enl n No Cit 9 SO Recoer

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