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2 THE SALT JLAKE LA1 HKRALD FEIDAY ALUST 25 2o19O3 1905
d NAPHTHALADEN NAPHTHALADENShip NAPHTHk1AUENVESSEL
VESSEL VESSELShip
I
Ship Struck by Lightning Off StatenIsland Staten StathnGREWMADE
Island IslandLJG
GREWMADE THE1RESCAPE THE1RESCAPELJGI11NING
LJG LJGI11NING HONING STARTS STARTSBIGFIRE BI Gr FIRE IN INJBW INBROOKLYN
BROOKLYN BROOKLYNM
M JBW W YORK Aug 24 2 1Strtie1 StrticTc by byll byI
I ll I fifjiiig htT3 during a telriljji triftitOrn triftitOrnwhich storm stormwhich
which swept over Staten Island Islandand i1andnd
and nd the lower part of the upper bay bayat bayH
at H midnight the ship Mulberry Hill Hillladen Hillladen
laden with with naphtha lying i iig In the stream streammidway streammidway
midway between Tdmikmsville and andStapleton an anStpleton
Stapleton was burning early this morn1 morn1ing morfl morfllng
ing lighting up the bay from the bat battery batten ¬
tery ten to Sandy Hook HookThe HookThe
The crow bf twentyfour men left the theship theship
ship just after the fire started and andlanded andat1Ued
landed at Stapletdn TVbrd was Sent Sentto sentto
to iMahlmttAn dr fire boats which whichhastened whichhastened
hastened to Hood the vessel with water waterThe vaterrho
The Ughtninjr hit the main mast and andpassed andpasiU
passed down dowuthe the steel plate in the holt holtwherethere hottwhtre
wherethere whtre tbre was wa an explosion Smolc Smolcbocun SnoI SnoIboifl
bocun td show at once and roc roo1et roo1etuthth iet ietniarhis
uthth were buFntd rIridIii ir irlrthg
niarhis v6re unheeded tim men iow iowcrea Iott Iottcrea
crea the boats bi t and made for the shore shoreFive IhoeFive
Five minutes after the alarm ws w i Iven Ivenone lvenOne
one of the hatehe about mid lhIzs lhIzsblew hlds hldsblew
blew up The names poured through throughthe throughthe
the hatches sprang into the shrouds shroudsana shroudsanti
ana began to cat away the sails and andcorBage andeot1ae
corBage After these burned the fire firesettled firesetUoU
settled flown into the hold wherfc vher ex exPldeidn exphibldh
Pldeidn fdliowed explosion explosionBIG exDloionc
BIG c FlftE IN BROOKLYN BROOKLYNBlaze BFOOKLYNBlaze
Blaze Started by Lightning During DuringTerrific DuiIn DuiInTeti9fic
Terrific Storrrt StorrrtNew 8tOrniNew
New York AUS 24 i4A A Ids of more morethan morethin
than half a million dollars was caused
by fires in StOres Nos 39 40 and 41 of ofthe 011le
the extensive plant of the Bush Termi Terminal Termihal ¬
hal Warehouse company at the foot footo foolot
o ot Fortyfourth street Brooklyn Brooklynstarlod Brooklynstua
starlod by lightning BghthIt during a ftstorm terfiao terfiaostorm
storm Just before midnight the fire firewas 0r 0rwa
was still tli1 burning at an early hour this thismorninff 3 3inOrnjug
morninff The firemen then expected expectedto I Ito
to confine the flames in the one build ¬
ing In the J 1ertyfourth ortyfourth street block
The Sush stores extend from Forty
foUrth to Fiftyeighth street
Filled With thousands of bales of ofcotldn o ocottOn
cottOn consigned to brokers in Manhat ¬
tan the warehouse burned fiercely and andstubbornly an L Lstubbornly
stubbornly The 1h fire department was wa I
handicapped oy a lack of water in thai hat
siecllorfrSf Brooklyn dHly oneSflaln be beiflff beI
iflff I g avjfllablei a Iable Fire bdats from the bay bayside bpside
side olC the Burning 1iruot Sftruotur dXd ddthe ddthemost the themost
most cffectiVb work workVheii
When Vheii lightning BtrUdk trie th stores stor 8 the theshock thCiiock
shock was felt for 10pa a distance of several severalblocks cteraIblocks
blocks Almost Ittimexllately flames flamesIpaped itathesleaped
leaped from the thelolyIni 1olying structures
A large number of TransAtlantic transAtlantlcfreight TransAtlanticfreight
freight steamerSi lyjns l1n af at the Bush Buslvcompanys Bushuompanys
companys flocks were in peril btrttheir hut
their captain Immediately iut < loopes loopesand loo looarid
and floated oixt Irtta the treahi being beingsubsequently b1ft b1ftsubsequenti
subsequently picked < Up by tugs t1i Or Orgotten til tilgotten
gotten under way with their own ownsteam ownsteath
steam steathI i i ir
r The Th Bush stores aletattiqiig the he most mostnjodern mossmodern
modern warehouses in the theworld world EaCh
building covered a block and every everystructure everystructure
structure was divided Into compart compartments comparttnents ¬
ments known as stores Thp Th walls ot otthe ofthe
the warehouse Buildings htfe ftomt ftomteighteen t In Inighteen
eighteen to twentyfour inches in thick thickness thhkhess ¬
ness and to prevent a spread of fire firethe
the main structures t are separated by
lanes lanes eighty feet In width widthARE
ARE ARRESTING AR1EST1NP VA6S VA6SPolice V
V
Police P li Make Cleanuii C1auiEo11o1ii C1auiEo11o1iibery following itdB itdBbery
bery of Eice RcLtt letter Is lie lietired itetired
tired Merchant MerchantAs
I As the result of the robbery of James JamesRico James1t1c
Rico dt the hana of bunco men Vtea WbUziesday Vteatiesday
tiesday the aoHce haro been makintr a aolpunuD aqiutnup
olpunuD of the city Disorderly and
Idle persons sire the object of search se rdh on
The oart of officers on every beat A Anumber Atittrnbcz
number of arrests were inudo yesterday
Jrotti the Cbniinerclal atrcdt section
thOUgh none of the men wore known OH OHanything asanything
anything worfio thnh Vajrraiit Mean ¬
time the police have hot found a trace traceof traceof
of either of tho men who cot IlJces IlJcesmoney JUcesmoney
money
In this connection tile history of the the3uiey
Baney mid tid Carlisle cu eue o has baen ilu discussed < ilucussea
cussed nmonsr the officers Hmiey and
Carlisle were arrested for getting mohey moheyon
on the Tabernacle grounds in tee fcAtna fcAtnamanner tme tmemanner
manner in which Klae Avas iva a relieved of
his roll o1I Ot bills b1II NelUier ILi1er was con convleted conv1etd
vleted vletedconeernins v1etdConeorning
coneernins Iliocv fliot who lost IOQ the
following dispatch from Stevens Point Pointwls
wls tells hJs story
James Rice was for many years Ren Reneral jenoral
oral manasrer and member of f the firm firmof firm firmoX
of John Rice Bro a a larcfe fbuhdfy thutidtSrffrm
firm which hus hs been in existence for fO fOthirty
thirty years He retired recbhlly Rico
is I GO years old and nd wealthy wealthyJOHN
JOHN LU TAYLOR IN CITY CITYFanner CITYFormer
Former Republican ieittblician Politician Basses BassesThrough pasSesThroiih
Through Salt Lake En Boute BoutetoEaiir Bouteto
toEaiir toEaiirJohn to Pait PaitJohn
John Lu Taylor who for many years yearswas yearswas
was a central figure in netfubllcah Reilubliefibitics pol politics ¬
itics in this state and who was de defbatea
fbatea for hlB partys nomination for V
congressman in 1S9G passed through Salt Saltfrom a1t
Lake yLhrdfly an route to Portlatd
from hla hl home at Littlfcton Colo Cob This
was his first Visit 1sIt in three years and andi
i Aas 85 known to onlr a few t of his Inti Intii bittV
i mate thatefrInds friends Ho cairie the in an the t1i ihofn ttof it V
Jhg Rio GrahdP train and left at mld mldnlcht V
nlcht lrht for the fair fairFor fairjr01
For the past seven yeare etr5 or since he
gave UP his residence in Salt Lake John JohnV
Lu Taylors home has been in the thever Dea V
Ver suburb where he is practicing iira ± ticing law
OGDEN NEWS NEWSdfrtcB
dfrtcB ffl44 2484 Washington Avenue AvenueOgden AvenUbOgden
Ogden Friday Aug 25
ELKS ELI CONVENTION CONVENTIONProgramme CONVENTIONSProyrarflm
Programme of Business Sessions Is IsNow IsNew
Now Completed CompletedTHo
THo arrangements for the Elks state statec stathcdsybI
cdsybI c < Hiy itftioil 1on Which is to be hold in Ogden OgdonAtig OgdenAug
Atig B 1 and 80 O have Itav been practically practicallycompleted ptitctieellycomp1etd
completed and the following is tha pro programme programme ¬
gramme of the business sessions sessionsMorning sras1cihMorning
Morning Session SessionC1 SeS3bhto
C1 to order Exalted Ruler J A AHatfeil AHo4fl
Hatfeil iityocatioh Chaplain G F Cook CookmuiMc Cookmu
muiMc mu lc KudreaB of welcome reic me Exalted ExaltedRiiWf ExaltodRuJJ
RiiWf RuJJ J a A Howell muSic response to toaddriMd toudd
addriMd udd Of wttlComfe Vice President Sd Sdward d dward
ward Hike miialc address and appoint appointment appointment ¬
ment Kit mmittees s > by President D i D DHoutz DHouta
Houtz music adjournment to 250 p ffl fflAfternoon inAftethoofl
Afternoon Session SessionCall SessionCafl
Call to order readiug rttiti of hilnutes of ofcredentials OfIkIt
IkIt fttUng report at the comtlttte On OncredentIals
credentials reports of Other committees cdmmltteesnew
new Dualnees gcwd of the order election electionof ectlOnof
of officers unfinished business adjourn adjournmcfifc djourninSB
mcfifc inSB
Evenings Amusements AmusementsB AmusemehteIsna
B Isna tid oticfefls oitc tts from 030 to 720 grand grandparatft grandparaU
paratft ttt 7w i axhibltloti of monstrosities monstrositiesKmylre monMtroslUesat
at UtttlIU ikrk 810 petformsnce by bythnMre
Kmylre tOOk comiMtny oimian Purple and White Whitedtoicb Whitedsjioli
dtoicb at the utuhna pavilion xmvilionWednesdays pavilionWednesdays
Wednesdays Session SessionCall SessionC1j
Call te t order at 18 i a m ratoorte of ofooihniHtofts ofcohimhte
ooihniHtofts scftctlon eectlon of the next place plaeoof placeof
of iMcetlnp good of the Order Unfltllshdd UnfltllshddmMu UnfftIhOdbstHos5
bstHos5 Iistail thPh of offitiOth dUjOurn dUjOurnooksIOn
mMu mMuBscouhsitfn
Bscouhsitfn ooksIOn and banquet in Ogden can canyoit canyet
yet at l3 ft m mSielai rd rdelal
Sielai elal sMton selon at thfe club rooms at atSJ8 atI atTooi
SJ8 p fti I
Took Tooi Womana Grip Gripfdtte Griptohce
fdtte Cfc ltin tam Cbkftos fcfrbvVn tiiwn dhd Of Officer OfflcerItoiJCrt ¬
ficer flcerItoiJCrt Robert Bums w 1dM t night nIlit arcesla ar osted at atthe atthe
the Union dfPW a man who save ave the thename theiame
name of A u COok ana who had picked pickedup pickelip
up u aid d ww UtkJnS1 away a frrip belong ¬
ing if to n a woinan who hud left it Ih the thowattmtr theIi
Ii wattmtr rt 100th > otn lor LW a few moments Cook Cookhad Cookh4
had two other srJt gr1e > s He explained tlut tlutit tlfktIt
it w tseo simply a a inistake and that he had hadptettWl hadolened
ptettWl Uto the extra niece of baggage baggageAt
At At Ot the vdliee d1Ie station he deposited 3 3which 5O 5Owhich
which h he will forfeit this morning un unle unlese
le lese fl he ie ant Dtsr5 fe rs to dofcnd the case caseSpur easeSpur
Spur for r NeW Warehouse WarehouseTh
Th Boyle flirIC Furniture company has made madean madean 1
an mgr reiknent Cnient with the Oregon Short Line Lineto Lineto
to WMttet let a spur to the companys new newwarohoudc neswor
wor warohoudc oue soon to b be erected to take tho thoPMC th thL
PMC p1de of ttt present oh otie Tub railroad railroadcompany rdflrqadcompany L
company requires the ground ri6w i decu decupled cdu ¬
pled by the Boyle Companys warehouse I
> V
for the new freight depot and the Boyla Boylacompany Boyiccompany I
company is the first of several concerns concernswhich ConcernlWhich
which will have to move tholr wUrc
houaes to sign a contract provllllng for forbdnstruction foicOnstruction
cOnstruction of trackage trackageavnders trackageI
I avnders Organize Organizeden
Au ornzttsatfou of the ilont or
den Jot Holland hdtivlty h tivit has bcbri bob formei forth forthfor F
for mutual advantage and association
The following arc the officers W J 1
De Bry president 33 Neuteboom secre secretary secretary ¬
tary and treasurer J W P Volker Volk r G
J S Abels H B Benkers J Sander J
den Hartog A Q NeUtebpom W Bou Bouwhuis
Vhuis executive or advisory committee committeeJudge committeeJudge
Judge HoWells Return teturEiJudge
4 Judge J A Howell will not be in O Og r
don today to take up th the hearing of the theA tie tieedntompt
edntompt eases growing out of the liti
tIon between 1deii and North Ot1i
ItrinOra oOr the tth1s of Ntth br1i
A lettfcr rebeived y yeaterd 8tardi by tUb cWiti V
tr clsfk sUt sttt1 d that the Jud udtit would I
not be in Ogden before Aujr AujrOgden 19 19Ogden
Ogden Briefs BriefsMr BriefsMr
Mr and Airs tria C GdP drsr6 H TiIbJi faave l e >
Von to Kw TUrk for a visit of stuout t t
two itu weeks weeksGordon tvl eks eksGdtilon
Gordon S Graht has Just returned from frerteliowetone
Yellowstone ttrk Ark and has rvsUmba his hi
dutifes as chit clerk at the Reed hotol hotolThe I
The formal oflfehlhjr of the Grand op C IC ¬
era hdtsa fOr the stosoa of iy05M took too k c
place last nizht When Kolb BUI Di It >
appeared In I O U There was a 1
large attendance attendanceA
A meeting of the officers of the pri ¬
mary associations of weber stake tak will wi it 1
be held tomorrow at 1 oclock in the tit a j
Second ward meeting houge Mrs Jane Jan 0
S Richards will maka an address addressoniity
tuty ± > oniity Sheriffs G A obring o1fln and Bob I
crt thaw Were called to tc North Ogden
last night by b a report that A it crazy man nut n i
was terrdrlzltik the neighborhood They The y V
reached the village to the north and ro rothat
tUrhd to OgtIn An iotestIatioh slto i
that tile tnftn was Kiwt Crazy as had ha d j
been supposed supposedMiss JutposeoMIs
Miss MIs 6lslB 1ls1 SorensdhS who has tJcten for ft r
over five years atr Imnate of the001186 i
hold ot Deouty Sheriff Sam Cftre Olcd Ille 1
last night at the Ogden Eenrn1 5 neral hospi lioep ¬
tat of typhoid pneumonia The routur 5
Omaa had two itorS hiviig ii Sa t
take FuOen1 servicek 1Ill be held Lt
2 oclock Sunday Ih lh thO Third ward wtit U
mectlmr house houseArticles houseArticlee
Articles of incorporation of the German a
Evangelical St t Pauls Ghuroh of PLOOII fl i
were filed in the office of C S Tlngey Tino V
secretary of state yj ygterdttr t rdav The in incorporation It Itcorporation ¬
corporation is for fifty years and the Ui
purpose of It is to woriglilp Alnilghly it
God The board of trustees consists of f
a F Bratz president Frank Kiafar
secretary H G Hess treasurer Rov r
Herman H Floor is pastor df the church u
Today and Tomorrow Tomorrowt TOmOrroOn1yrio 7
On1yrio t i5o Shirts115 Shirts115After Shirts JI JIV JIAfter
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After Saturday these shirts will willr ill illcost >
< r cost you 1150 x 50 If you buy buytodty
i tdky 6r Saturday you save sat satcflts jg
s
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cents easy Alia you gee a ax ai1
x V Idtte Md i1 a halFs wo blii f fshift V V
shift Se eB what they af4 af4fefee ar ifl
the south window 4 4I v V V
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MKMARDSON ADAMS Go GoV m mA
V A CLOTHES SHOP FOft FOftM M1
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LOSE bPROWES
Bounties Paid in Utah foi fo 1903 1903Aimmiitrto
V Aimmiitrto Only 145 145CHECKED
GRFTINQSEEMS CHECKED CHECKEDCOLllECTION
COLLECTION IS HEDGED WITH
V MA
AVhfen the last legislature 1 enacted the
present bounty law a sickening blow blowwas blowwas
was dealt to a thriving industry ot the thestate thestatd
state The records In the office Of OfJ
J A A Edwaitta Edward S state auditor show that tlitOnly
only 145 ha hztt been disbursed for boun bounties bduttties ¬
ties dn tm wild animals so far this year yearLast yearLast
Last year the total annual appropri appropriat1on
ation of KJftJOO was exhausted long
Before eforO August rolled around and the
same was true in years prior to
that thatThe
The enforced retirement of some of
the States foremost bounty hunters
had has much to xdo do with the falling fallingoff faIlIn
off In the bounty business but there thereis
is reason to believe that even if Mr MrJones
Jones andhis and his skilled associates were wereat wereat
at liberty to follow their late vocation vocationthey
they would be likely to give up in dls dlsgust
gust It requires trouble almost in
finite to collect bounty money under
the new law lawMuch lawMuch
Much SWearing Needed NeededIn
In his affidavit the man whd applies ttpplleSV appliesfor
for a 0 bounty payment jittyi1 itt must Virtually frthttlirgive V
give his entire history from birth The
affidavit must be accompanied By b an
affidavit from a reputable citizen citizenWho
who has known the applicant a ii long 1on
time and is willing to sweat that the
applicant is a good honest truthful
citizen and that ho h killed the animal animalin
in question the applicant then gets
his certificate
When all this Is attended to the thecounty
county clerk calls in another county of officer ¬
fleer and gravely teeVerS the head of ofthe V V
the hide in the presence of th9 t1II other
officer Then the clerk having re recorded
corded tim history of the application applicationand
and severing holds the hide for tot several
days and calls in the county thin V
missionets TO them he exhibits the
hide tells the story of it attd if the thecommissioners thdcommissioners
commissioners are satisfied that every ¬
thing is all right they direct direcithe the Clerk
to destroy the hide hideNext
Next ext the State Auditor AuditorAfter AuditorAfterissuing
After Afterissuing issulnsr the certificate the clerk
forwards to the state auditor the af affidaviit
fidaviit of oh the Applicant thfe thbf affidavit affidavitof 3
of f the applicants corroborative wit
ness and a copy of the original certlfi certlficate
cate Then the applicant is at liberty
to show up before the state tate auditor
and dlaim his tnoriey thoutm The applicahtfe I
certificate is compared with the copy
forwarded by the clerk and If eVery
thing Is all right the auditor issues issuesa
a wajcrant Armed withthis with thls warrant
the applicant may proceed to the office officeof
of the state treasurer and demand his I
V 51 for the death of the coyote if If the th
imoney thOh yfkiitth feih tner thiiryliOgtb aglliryflie set it
otherwise he may sell his warrant fdr V
what it will brin brinlaist bring bringV
V laist yeiLr certificates calling V for toi
from 10 to 300 OO Were the rule in the theauditors thu thuauditors
auditors office but it is different this thisror S Slear
lear Now thievrag cceUfIcite cttlU cttlUfor
for trom trOm1tcl 1 td 52 5 Rejcenfly 1tcenIyon on calling
X > r 2i came in and caused gtSitt LOt con consternation conklernfttlon ¬
sternation among frl rr EdMatas bff Office Ice V VThure
There was yq some alk of consulting the thestate thu r rstate
state treasurer before acting actiru on the thematter tin tinmatter
matter but a careful checking U Uproved >
proved that the claim wds all right rightand rh I
and it was passed Last year that thatclaim tiifl I
claim would not have
attracted notice notlcfeiunless V Vuhlcas
unless indeed its smallness provoked provokedcomment I
comment commentAUdltbr V
AUdltbr s Father F thtr Collects CollectsThtr COllectsThe
The lat 1dtdsU aL claim td go through Che CheAuditors e enUd1tars
Auditors bfjCice is that of John 3 1th L M Mwards Euwards
wards of WHlard father of the auflltpr auflltprA
A W V Valentine chairman of the tIi
board of commissioners of J3ox Eldeir Eldeircounty tide r rcolaty
county attd 1111 twice mayor of WJllartl WJllartlswears 1 1sWears
swears the senior CMr Edwards is a agood agood
good muji and trufc tru and that hfe h thtj tlt mm mmsaid
said A W V Valentine knows Mr fid fidwards Edwards
wards killed the coyote and is there therere
tore re entitled to 1 1air 1Mr
air Edwards aided by his dog slew slewthe slei sleithe
the animal in tnhis hls pasture one evening1
Mr HdWards is a pioneer of Box Elder B1d B1dminty t
fcdiinty minty and the hide of the ailiniai was 11 11displayed
displayed as a ii trophy in the Pioneer PIe PIeDay
Day praae at Brigham City CIt July 21 2 I
IVtr tp Edwards affixed it to the end of u f this
his old Avagoh but tiegiacted to Inform Informhis ti tihIs ti
his neighbors that the age of the fierce fler e
beast at the time titheot of its dtfatll was ohly oh 3 y
two months mont1mBOx
Box Elder county holds the record i dfor
for the year With seventeen claims claimsfiled a 5lled
filed Salt Lake county jvhieh inadto A tsplendid a
splendid recdiSi durlnsr > the closing closingmonths 5mntIisV s
months of 1901 rith sdvefal thou I1IOUttfI < ffthd a dCd3tOtiiS
cdyotesMrolvesbears Cd3tOtiiS t1olVe lliOttfs moUiitain lldnst lldnstotc it itofr t
otc kiired lias iut had ohly one claim chat it
tills year if was ifas presented esontd by George
L Davis A tt Steele is Sir fr Davis Dat1coyroborative f
corroborative vvitness and the claim claimhe ektlrrahl
ahl lt iur 8atily et biCfuoneIr iinleu iinleuhe
he loses interest in the matter matterTherecdrd matterThe
Therecdrd The record of the year so far makes 8 8t
ft t reasonably certain that the present presentappropriation it itappropriation 4
appropriation of 10000 annually will willbe wi 21 21be 1
be more than sufficient sufficientPUre
PUre FoddGood Health and UrnetUs UrnetUsVanilla sVanilla s
Vanilla are synonymous No commission In n
ever questioned the purity ot Burnetts BurnettsLIGHTNING BurflOtt n nLUHTN1Nt 3
LIGHTNING PLAYS PLAYSXPRANKS
V PRANKS PflANkWITH WITH CARS CARSElectric CAR Q 3 p pElectric
Electric car service was interrupted f < s
about fortyfive minutes and electric eleetr I
llcht service for short intervals owin owinafternoons 1
to prankS of h1ghthin during e5terdr
afternoons storm Ltehtniiut struck in
two or three places where the fluid ran rr
along the wires wirc and overcharged theftl ± 1
The consequences were burned out fuses fufl es
and terminals tit the different transformer er
stations stationsTlii stationsTith
Tlii ustinl trouble with overland high h1
tension lines did not occur and as t it con co n ¬
sequence the Inconveniences caued br 1
the torm lasted only about as long as
did the play of lightning in tho th city and uu Id
hear Us llmlt llmltOn himithOttO
On OttO bolt which struck near Market Mark et
row communlcaun with traiiey wire 11
and strJnrH of cars alone First South Sou
alit Main streets ware nut ut out of com cot n
irtlBsloit for somft time Smoke lefioi Ioa
from burning fuses and most of tne tiuctO roil f ¬
hug stock bn th tb5e lines unities to a sud su
fleii stop A 4t1 a eon eOuiHotiCHqb < Mjufe Bb the rumor rum or
went forth that Hctenil cars had been be
truck by lightning As ft 5 matter of
fact tha lamttS < WM slight thought ana oi
op 01 two motormen were shocked as they tb
stood at the cdhtrollw levers leversAS 1eiersAs
AS Adoluh Levy fish merehtuu was n an
caainc abBtractcdly htaveuward yetster ett IL
gay afternoon a lightning bolt struck a
fuse box on a tetegrr4 tdPViii > h pdie Odl only a a few ic iw
feet away and envelooed Mr Lsevy and 81 tl
his fish market 70 West FirSt South ciu th
street in blue fire For several seVtjr i mihutos mihut Os
Lev Levhe Levy labored undhr the Impressiofl th
he hail bctm struck and he sjjent that th t
Utile ocquirlhjr abllltir to talk at nil it 11
then insisted that he had been beo pane p ± e j jfiuia
by a big quaettmy tif th Olecti ic icMQtrutltnO
fiuia
Meantime the f bolt cohimunlcatcd with wi
trolley and light wires and put halt in
a it dozen cars temporarily out of com co ii ¬
mission It also burned but the wiring wirii 1S
about niachlnery Itt tile tMJwei1 plant plantWoodbine plantV
i
V Woodbine day at Lagdoti Friday FridaydUy Ftida y
AUgV V
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oU1he dUy At t IJasddn y
STOCK is INCREASED INCREASEDitglisation
cipR ciieForni1iy Baises Cap
itglisation from 50000000 50000000to
to 7500000 7500000fiuve
San rrancIotg 24 + hi stoclf
ho lders of the Wenthi Pacijic rdilroad
fiuve ln lniii tve met here andformally and formally voted to
iftereifte iii liitniw tttircapital t11t ctttit1itI gtobk dfthe com comjjaiiy
jjaiiy ila ilaS ilaVe iuy from rora 50000 OOdOdOO < Jo to 15000000 W
J Bartnett Judge J P Vaile of Deb
Ver Ve Vest r andSeveral and Settital local men held the thestools
stools st stttt ack proxies iiroxich ot George J Gould and
Olherea8tertleriftb ttt tote ote at the nieetingi
Mr4BartnettvI M rtiartuiatt9 first vice ptesiderit and and1cbjfeir
e1uV cbjfeir e1u tir counsel of the company il M1
Vaile V aiie is general eiuerdI attorney of the r Deft Deftr > eh ehvde
v vde v4 r Rio Grande railway system
Representatives b bt < the New York
blinking bi biti concerns which wit icli recently took toolcu
u tico p the 50000000 bond issue of the theI
co coru rhhlany wetc preSent at the mcetibgt
The ru e contracts fltracts for grading the road bt btarp leI
I a arp ar p to be lot within a pfev fett days
TO HAV CRACK TRAIN TRAINSalt
S Salt alt Lake Route Orders Splendid
Equipment Equipm ht for Limited LimitceLThe
The new equipment which as an announced anouzfl3ed ¬
j nounced ouzfl3ed soniC tithe ago will enable enablethellnct
t tl ueSalt Lake nut13ct to put oivone of
t thellnct ti i bnet limited trains in the country
f hjterfitjen h tLidil drdef Ordered ed b by y the new road attd attdvUt
vUt il probably be ready for next seasons
8 Southern California traviSU The daily dailyUjtiitted
1 Ujtiitted li jilited will cdfihecl ivlihMfcjdVeHahd ivlihMfcjdVeHahdlimited tIuu tIib dteHaiid
limited li mited Of the U Lnlcni toh Pacing iach1 aTGgdefl aTGgdeflatid at Ogden
atid li uuil will have all the th modern iuiodrntttOtn ttc6m ttc6mmodhtiontJ
modhtiontJ m df that crack train and a aThere
Z iixett onOs
There will be a fine library bath
room r ociril and buffOt and the news bulletin
5 System s In vofftte voguemi bn the Overland will
be tu e found1 fttndon on the Salt LakeRoUte spec
j ial it ti 2 >
RatTfoSa NbtesL NbtesLI NoteS
I Jraveling ritveling tas Passenger sengcr Agent Kenneth KennethC
lKerrpf 1 C r of the Salt Lake route who ho ra rabiislnesS r ruixucd
i ttb tt uixucd Wednesday after it thured weeki weekiuiInes
I biislnesS b uiInes trip is reported Sllgttjtiy in ¬ V
disposed disposedThe d < 3 V
The Rio Grande Western brought brotlgfiabout broughtV
a about a 150 Hibernians frOth Park City Cityyesterday cityesterday V
J yesterday y to Salt Lake to ic attend thc thcA thoV
A O IJ outing at Lagoon The mo maotity V
jority j of the fraternity members tarried I
l in n the city the entire day owing td the
a afternoon a rains
Charles S Fay general freight agetit
of O f thfe thbSouthdrn Southern Pacific at New Orleans
i is I s spending a few Ie days in Salt Lalie Lah
City rn ty He left the yellow re1lo fever district districtabout
about a five te days ato A As he has al
rgady r dy been through the yellow jack jackxjitir1ehee
Skiieriehce l aeVral vero1 titheS the disease
t haslittle li 5iittle fears for him himJEROME
V I
JEROME FOft I1 MAYOR MAYORNfew
j Nfew York Republicans Wattt td FUsfe FUsfet FUsfe2Z6w a V
V AgaiHst TdiW i5hy
t 2Z6w York Aug 24 4Tho The city committee i
ofthS O fth Citizens uhlott tonight by a vot rote
j Of f 80 o td 16 decided t6 ti otter tlld ndmihtl
tlbn t ibri Tor th8 mayoralty td District Attor Attorey
u ev William Travers Jerome
The executive committee of the Repub Repubean
1 lican l ean city committee today decided VV1X in
i tttfrorot t 4ior of fusion against Tamhriny in tin fhecoming tinoining
J coming c mayoralty campaign All anti antiI
Tamjnany Organizations Tvjro requested requestecn requestecVaOlutib I
in i n rejjdlutlbh a to inert dt bit Republiciin L
club c lub Aug 3JL 31 The resolution declares
It is the purpose of the Republican Republicanparty t
party p arty td effect a fusion and to give gIvei1 gIvei1ull It Itfull
full f ull power in the coming election with witihO
the t hO support of candidates pledged to sin sinadministration ax axdminlstraUon
i administration a of the affairs ot this cjty cjtyuridef citIiId
i uridef u au iId which tn thppubfle > ep TjUutHIt u1ttyi > corpora
1 lions t will not tie masters of the people
of Q f this city cityMEROHANtS eltyV
MEROHANtS MERCHANTSMASSACRED MERCHANTSMASSACREDV V MASSACRED MASSACREDUtirislHg
V L LUprlsihg
UtirislHg of PeasdHts Irl the ttusslari ttusslariProvinces I IProvincC
Provinces ProvincesOdessa ProvincCOdessa
Odessa Auff 24 24Fresh Fresh agrarian dig disorders digorders
orders have broken out in the Eliza Elizabeth Eiizabeth
beth Grad and Alexandria districts and andpedsatits an Idsaht I
pedsatits p dsaht are destroying the property oi oithd o t i
thd t ho land dAtners A bl big estate tt But Butzky Butky
zky z ky hasbeen entirely demolished demolishedThe
The president of the Elizabeth Grad Gradseems Gra Gradtiis t i
seems s dtiis to have permisSion from the gov government gOveminent ¬
eminent to convoke zt meeting of the i
ifriraibraa h with the vie r to settHHe ffte fftegrain th r rgrain >
grain question questiontJurlnff
tJurlnff it iair aIr in the vlllago V of Liti Litiotia Liiiotlit
otia otlit 8 crowd roWd of peasdnts attacked the themerchants tin > Smerchants
merchants After pillaging their goods goodstTife S Sthb
tTife IJgaSahts massafired a number of ofthe o C fV
the V merohants and mutilated mutliatedotjten others otherspfllolcmfir
V
pfllolcmfir out their eyes stttd cutting orf orftheir of t rtlieit
their ears Cossacks arrived too late latetd lat 3 Cto
td Save the village Which tva cOrn cbmpletely cOrnpletely
pletely devastated devastatedV
1 V DECLARED A NUISANCE NUISANCEt V
Holy Junipers FHed 50 Each by byV b y ySi 7 v
V Deliver D hi Judge JudgeDonvor JudgeDenver
Denver Aug 24 24The The jumpers pente benteoosthl
costal mlsslpn iil this city was adjudged
by 1QiOe ollbe Magistrate P F 1 Stapletbn Statiietoitoday
today oil complaint of residents in the th thne1hcurfuood
neishporhood to be a public nuisance nuisanceand nu1sincand
and Rev Kent White and wife who wh ci ciconduct i
conduct the mission were fined 50 i 0 0aeh
each for disturbing the peace V Ttib 6 ftiltiCs
fines were suspended dit condition that tint t tthO
the jumpers cease creating distUr
bailees by b their shriekihfe sitriekth and other p Cunsedhily
uhseehlly noise noiseLONE
LOWE HIGHWAYMAN HIGHWAYMANROBS HIGHWAYMANRONATIONAL
ROBS RONATIONAL NATIONAL BANK BANKBartlesvllife 3ANJBartlestlilti
Bartlesvllife I 0 T Au AUg 24 2LAri Art un flu 1 1kfton
known mail fifth robbed the First National Nationalijuiui N4tloflrOf
ijuiui uj Of vuiuiiaviiit Coil1nsvIlt tti tit v toI1IitsViile uiiinsyiim u
smalt town thirty tnlie sotith of c f
Bartlesvllle late yesterday yest idtty and escaped escapedvVith i dvlth
vVith 1200 Officers are In pursuit The Tb B 0ldne
lone hlghwaytiian rode into town jast juii it itbetOro t
before the closing ot the bank entered d Uatxd
and at the point of fl revolver forced forcedthe torcO d athe
the cashier to hand oVcr all the money mone y iritt
in Sight lght He then indunted his horse horseand hors IC ICafid e
and dashed out of the town The posse possetliat poet ie iethat e
that gathered did hot 0t give chase Utitll nut it
the > tdbber thbb r had securfed A good start star I IV
V II
I CLOUDBURST IN COLORADO COLORADOMlnlHS Ja JaV JaMining I
V
Mining tamp Flooded and Wine Lives LivesLost Liv s SLost
Lost Lostf V VEldilver
V
f Cenver Aug 24 fITt It is reported Uiflt tbotag0ttLbUri4t + 4
4 a cloiiubtirst at Tabasco a coal thin thining thinlug
+ lug camp near Trinidad Colo Coloflooded > +
1 flooded the tOWn and drbtvtted nine f fpersons
persons persons Considerable Damage to toPrOierty 4 4property
+ property was ttS caused stOW Alt com cornthititiCatloxi 4 4nitltUcatlon
nitltUcatlon with Trlnldnd was cut outoff 4 4off
+ off almost Immediately after the 4 44r
4r bare report was sent out of there 4 t
4 t and nd hdd hot been resumed at 11 iiuiiltick f
+ f oclock tonight Trinidad is In the theextrornO f
+ f exlremp southern part of the state statetibOdt 4
4 abbut 200 miles front Denver 4
4
444 4444 4 i f M H H 4 444444 4 4V 4FATAL
V
FATAL I WUEIt EctLOSIbN EctLOSIbNaketf1e1d
4 Bakersfield CdJ Auk 24 114By By 4
4 4 a t terrific explosion of giant pow 4 +
4 4 der at Paris fiftyone miles frorn 4
4 4 Bakersfield today Mrs A W Me MefltO 4 A
4 + Ra fltO wife of a prominent mlhlnfr rnihIn rnihIntn811 4
4 niati her go son George ahd Oscar OscarDucloSe 4
4 DucloSe another mlhfc ojVner 4 +
4 weTd instantly killed Air Mcttae 1cEaereceived 4 L
4 + received injuries froth which it Is 4 1 1feared
4 + feared he Will dleV diO amid at least leastthidti 4 +
4 + three Other then were badly hUrt 4 +
4by the explosion 4 1
1
1
MArtTIAL LAW LAWVflirSitW V
VflirSitW Aug 24 11t4Phu 1hU AVhble gov g gerrttnMtt p
erriineht of Wafsair Waa has bOsh pldeefl pixiCi a
feinartlal law A 1FIdgo oHdgeon on the theYiSWlaFfallway U 10
YiSWlaFfallway near Radom has beert be III IIIllletvii
Motvn tip ati ntul 1 ronituunlcattmi l in litci S
1 jtet1
6 EAtI43RAPLE lTHE lTHEFAR
FAR EAST EASTContinued ISrROBA1E ISrROBA1EConttiidCdr
V Continued ConttiidCdr r6rh th PaQe Pa t V
caR capacity ca pacity of V an intermediary between betweenLtiRqin betweenV
R LtiRqin uSsia ntiif an1 Jittian Tlitlnn TCVlloii Wheti t1nT tjxspIenipo > lei leitentiarles V
tentiarles te aiTived in InAmerica America and were
received re by the president he assured
them th em that they would be free absolute
1 ly front Interference Vj in their delibera
tionS tio tufi fee mkda it clear to thent at
the th e same time that if he could lie of ofy
t any an y assistance to them in the accom
plishmenf pl of thbhr great mission that
assistance as would be extended gladly
i in arty tIr1 prdpef effort to solve their4 dif
ferertces fe reflees
V
The presidents offer was appreciated
t to the fullest by the conferees and
later la ter they axalled themselves of it itoved
I Moved M oved by a profound desire to restore restoreI reStoreace
I peace pe ace the president has lent his good
I offices of f1c tovthe trV the representatives of both bothe
the th e AVarrlng nth ± lllg powelrs but he has re reaIntt
j r rbe aIntt from au effort which niight
be reglTrded as offensive either by jius jiussia Rus Rusa
sia id idp a or Japan He has maintained his hisposition hisosition
position p idsu as an intermediary making makingsuggestions makingggestions
suggestions su wheh suggestions were re requested reuested ¬
q quested qw and giving counsel whi it itwas 1tas
v was w as sought V V
Final Appeal Appealimpressed AppeaLIthpressed
impressed by th thb belief that an anagreement angrdetnent
agreement n can be reached by the th en envoys enoyt ¬
voys v oyt after full discussion and thor hor horquestion
o ugh consideration f all phttses of the theueStion
S question q at issue President Roosevelt
flhally fi has appealed fOr peace to the
St S t Petersburg and Tokio governments govdrnmentscommunicating governmentsonitutihlcating
c communicating his appeals simultane simultaneously siniultaneusly ¬
ously o to thfe th envoys themselves Such Suchsuggestions SuchuggeStions
suggestions S as he has offered And such euchrepartttiotis
preparations ii as he has made were for
the t he consideration of the plenipotenti plenipotentiaries ¬
3 aries rles and were presented with a view
t to o facilitating their labors It is
fc known k ftown hat both the Russian and Jap Japanese ¬
a anese governments appreciate thedis thedisinterested the din dinnterested ¬
T I interested V friendship of o the president presidentand
and a nd that both Jtave expressed their ap appreciatiort
preciatiort p 6f his offOrtSto Insure a
lasting l aild honorable peace peaceJAPS V VWYIELDING
JAPS UNYIELDING UNYIELDINGTo
To T o Weaken Now LO Would Mean a War WarTen
Ten Years Hence HencePortsmouth
Portsmouth N H Augi 24 2LAcdord 2LAcdordfl Acdord
i ing fl to Japanese information Baron Bitronomura
J Komura K omura and Mr Takahira are opposed opposedo
t to o the waiving of the demand for war warexpenditures warxpenditures
e expenditures e This authority said In
et
t the he conference the Japanese contention contentionwas
was aS that In conceding the antebellum antebellumerntthd
t demattd d erntthd of Japan Russia admitted admittedeither
either O that she was beaten or that her herattitude
t attitude it prior to the war was urtjusti
fledi t ied and in either case Jaoan holds
that JEtttsSia should jjay iay the cbgt of the thewar thear
war w < ar Japan feels that Russias talk of ofsaving ofsaving
saving her face is hardly reasonable reasonableclaiming
claiming c that her face was lost whenshe when drhenV
she s he conceded the antebellum de demands demanda ¬ V
mands which constituted the real realcasus V Vasus
casus c belli
j Advicej Acivlc s redeiVcQ by the Japanese JapanesSV V
hllssioti b from home say that Japanese Japanesepublic Japaneseublic V
p public ublic opinion is not only bitterly op ¬
j posed p osed to further concessions but favor
ph 1 harsher h arshr terms tehh than those originally favorV V
presented p The Japanese JJeopfle lioj1ti feel feeland fOolnd
i and a nd tlieir feelings it is said will be berespected tt
i respected r by the government that to toweaken toweaken
weaken now would mean that Japan
V
IhUSt l reopen the war t4r in A decAde Bet ¬ V
ter fight it now while we have an anarmy I Irmy
army a in the field they say than I
1 make a truce fob ten years or more moreand morend
and a nd then reopen hostilities hostilitiesWEWT hostilitiesV hostilitiesV hostilitiesWENT V
V
V
WENT 1 THROUGH WINDOW WINDOWEscaped WINDOWEscaped
J Escaped i Idaho Convict Makes Desper Desperate Desperate ¬
ate Break 31d1 for liberty Lib zt Affer AfferBeing
Being Hecaptnred HecaptnredSpecial RecajtiiredSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldBoise HeraldBoise
Boise Ida Auff 24 24A A sensational ef effort effort
fort to escape was made at an early earlyhour earlyhour
hour this morning by James Lawrence Lawrencejthe Lawrencethe
the escaped convict captured on Tues Tuesday Tuesday
day at Pendleton He was being beingbrought
brought back Uy Deputy Warden Mills Millof
of < the Idaho penitentiary and wore an anOregon atOregon
V Oregon boot Mills illS sat in a seat facing
him As the train was pulled out of 01I
layette I ¼ tyettb the prisdiier took advantage advantageof
of an opportunity tvhlte tile deputys deputyshead deput3thead
head was turned tb slip feet ilrst out outof otilof
of the window Mills looked Just lit littime It Ittime
time tb see Lawrence drop and he im immfedlatfcly mlthodiatthy
mfedlatfcly sprang through the frlndott wiuidctiafter frlndottafter
after < his prisoner Lawrence was mak making 1
Ink an effort to catch the rods under tlndeithe
the train when Stills got to him dhd dhdcovered abc abccovered
covered him with a a revolver The Th
boot had interfered with his move movathChth
mehts mehtsWhen thChthWhen
When Lawrence Was returned to the thepenitentiary I IponitenUar
penitentiary he told the ottlcers he hewould hi I Iwo1d
would leave at the first opportunity
At Pendleton he nearly cut his way wayout walout
out of jail and Was vas within ten min minutes mm mmutes ¬
utes of liberty tvheh Keputjr Mills Mil1called
called to got him When they went In ii iiafter
after him he was bugily breaking
through the last of the wall v 11 standing
between him and outdoors outdoorsONLY outdoorsdC1
ONLY 100 100dgdeH
dgdeH dC1 attd ahdSunday Return
Sunday Aug 27th via Oregon Short Vt VtLInd
Line Take any train up to 410 p m rnand
and returning leave dgden gdfn at 340 or o
630 p tn Tile beautiful new Hermit Hermltage Hermitage
age hotel in Ogden canyOn Is how com earnpleted
pleted and open to the public A pleas pleasant pleasant ¬
ant days outing dlty ticket oftlce t
201 Main street streetWdodbitie streetW
Wdodbitie W odbutt day at Lagoon Friday Pridtt I
Auir 25 25TAGGARf V
TAGGARf ONCE THREW THREWHIS THREW1us
HIS W1F wIFE OUT Ui OF tI DOORS D oH oHV oHW
V V
tVooster W oSt r Ohio Auff 24 24The The deposl dOpositloh
tlong tloh of Circuit JUd Judge e Berry attd his hi hidaughter
daughter of Newport Ky were read reti
at the opening of the Taetfjart divorce dlvorccase
case today both declaring deditFII1 that Mrs
Tttggart had altvays to the best o of their thel
knowledge conducted herself properly
Emma Little the colored c9loret servant em employed ¬
ployed by the Taggarts for nine years yearsthen yearithen
then took the th Stand She Swore that the t
Captain Taggart had often been un I
kind to his wife that oil one occasion occasionth6 OCCttSiOtIu6
th6 captain had thrown thr w Mrs IrS Taggart Taggartout thiggaxout
out of the house and Used abuslye
language
1 1V 1Drunkemiess
V
V Drunkenness DrunkennessCigarette
Cigarette arid Tobacco TobaccoHabits TobacoHabits
Habits cured by byfrove byTRIB
TRIB TRIBFroe
frove Froe all au thinsfc hold fast tt 10 > that
wliich IIIcht is I good
1rA the tinderslgtied luiur of
many
pnUie itfplft who hare been cured of the theUge
liquor altO tobaccb luililts by thi5
Uge of ofilCv TmB
rtej ilCv > a 1 R N Bell th the oldest Urinft
ChajJlSih of tHe Urand LodSc pf the
Masotiic Order if iii th thC World orid
L P Ddsmatlas mstor pr thtj t1u Ro RoOrecon tt
autir atliolici Church of 1o Dalics
Orecon OreconHpn Oreronhoc
hoc Samuel Wilte p presiding
JUdkb of f tieS Eighth Judicial district
of the State of Oregon Oregonu00
u00 IDo yf hchleie JIeV these gentlemen
would alloW i their iiames to go before
the public Indorsing this remedy ifr II
they were not absolutely sure that
TRIB rftur cures theJltjUor the liquor gnU tobacco
habits And we know the remedy rothed
Jtttd nd know from seeitijr many Who have
been cured in this tilti that It will d cit
all that i Is claimed tot it
We Ve guarantee avery treatment of oi
TRIB Price 1250 a cure cureI1 curer
I1 C SdnraiflM idtill firti irii 66 66Cor I ICar
Car LIst So 4and and Owl corner next nex
Main Sis where dooc to new r
the cars stt stup > 0 PoStofflce PoStofflceSolo IostofficSole
Solo Agents
GDENCI4IRMA GDENCI4IRMAA
A IITAT4ORTLAND
Portland P Pch Ore Aug 24 hitThoZlorinOn hitThoZlorinOnoir TheMormon TheMormonchoir
ch choir chex oir of Ogden Utah Sent here at an anexpenditure anpenditure
expenditure ex of 3000 by the citizens of ofOgden ofden
Ogden Og den and the th Utah Lewis and Clark Clarkcommission Clarkmmission
co commission to be here during the sea J Jsions
st sions stu ns of the National Irrigation con j I
sr gress ess and to participate in tht thc edo celebration edoatlon ¬
br bration atlon of Utah DffX at t the fitttosi fitttosition capesn
tk tion n has been accordeUd accotd itd receptlilh receptkihun receptkihunecedented un unprecedented ¬
pr precedented in this city The Lewis Lewisand tw1sd
an and d Clark auditoriflm which has a aseating aating
se seating ating capacity of approximately 5000 5000pefsohs 5000sons
pg pefsohs p sons has 3a on eacti dt the first three threenights thrCeghth
nf nights ni ghth of this week been unableto nnable to ac acCQihiriodate acihtdodatC
cq CQihiriodate the throngs at the building1 building1and b ilding ildingd
ar and d hundreds of people have as a re result reit ¬
su sult it been refused admission admissionKIN adnissIonMOSTAWFUL
MOSTAWFUL 1 f 8
SKIN KIN HUMOR HUMORCovering HUMORt t
Covering Entire Body Shed ShedI t
V I D > ii8fpiif1il I ± pft1i Scalfes Stt Ths Jrilgntty JrilgnttySkin tglitty1Skin
Skin Cracked Open Suffer Sufferlug j
lug Ufeaaftiii DocWrs I Fiil FiilPrayd ii iiPrayed
Prayed for Death Sister says StysWont j
Wont g givfi v6 ill i1t < Or Cuti CutLcqra j jcura
cura Eureka I Instant Ke Relief i ilief
lief In G Tfeeks eoks Completely Completelyc1JRtD i iI
c1JRtD c1JRtDRA RA RAi
I lave liavebeeti been afflicted for fcrtreilty hieStyyratith y eftrtvriltt an anobstinate anbscinsie
obstinate o < 3km ki disease cSllcdby calltdbytomr tome it l Ds Dssoiiasis > s sPsoriasis
Psoriasis r and Other tejirbsy VV 3 3ug ednjmcacc ednjmcaccing
ing l ug on my scalp and nd in spite of alt I could do doago dorith
t rith the help ot the most kl1ful doitors it itlohy
lohy but Urtly it isred nbtii yCar ago agothlrf
thlrf t hi Winter it t cohered my entire person in the theform
form f oist of amy scales For the lasbthree year yearI ytSrs
I hate ht beeix utiable to do soy toy labor and set suffering ¬
fering f IntenselT all the time Ev Zvrry T moraine moraineIhcre morningthere
there ronld nld b be neatly a dustpinlul of Scales Scalestaken gcsltaken
taken t aken from the sheet on my bed Some of them themhalf thembSlVt
half tl at 5 large as the envelope containing thi thiletter this thisetter
letter l In the latter part of winter mysfcifa mysfcifacommenced my shift shiftcommenced
commenced cracking open I tried every everything everyhing ¬
thing t almost that coiild be IbouffhtOf thought of with withk without
k oat any relief The izth of June I stArted stArtedWest sttrfttWest
West in hopes I cohld reach the Hot Sprint SpringaI
1 reached IJslroit and tra < so la low 1 thought thoncbttShould I Ishould
Should Have to go tb the hoipilal but finally finallyfeot nai1ygot
got SLA a far AS s leasing Mich trhere 1xcte I had a asister aslteriitittg
sister slteriitittg iitiflJr Ont Dr DrtttattdinetttOttt DrtttattdinetttOttttwo treated me about abouttxvo
two tirecU reek but did tie no good gocS All thought thoujhtI
I had but i short time td live I 1 carneiUy carneiUyprayed t tpreyrd
prayed to o die Cracked Ifispnfch thr thah the shift klii all allorer
over my back across my ribs arms hahd hahdlimbs I
limbs feet badly swollen toenails came off offfingernails of offlngttnxtiL I
fingernails dead aild hard IIILr ft aa a bone halt haltdead
dead dry arid lifelcS ai old ott strir Stta O m mGbdl si9
God howl how I did suffer sufferii gtzffctdy
ii dy Sister Sist t Mr MrS B H IL Davis Bad a Small SmallWouldnt smelt4ert
4ert 01 a bar of COticufi in thh bous 51 51oult
Wouldnt gifrg gi tip said TVfc will try Cull CuUcurji Cullohm
ohm SoulS aa applied oQ one hand and andami statftrth
ami Kttrekal Btir kt I there was as relief stopped the theterrible theterrible
terrible burning scuSatloft frott the word go goThey goThey
They immediately got Ciiticura Resolvent ResolventOintment totveIit totveIitOintment
Ointment and SoA 50511 I commences by takinjrone taking takingoue
one tdblespooaful df CutlcaraResolvent Cuticura Cuticuralimes three threetimes
times a day after meals had a bath once a adatvtteler adafSter
datvtteler dafSter about boiut blood heat card Cnlicura CnlicuraSoap CoticuraSoapirnily
Soap Soapirnily freely applied Cutitrura Ointment Oizxtmentmotn Oizxtmentmotnleg morn morning ¬
leg and evening evente5 Result returned to my myhome myhome
home in just Mx ix weelca from the time I left leftand leftandinykiuas
and andinykiuas my skin as smooth as nsthisbcetopMer nsthisbcetopMersigned this sheet of pip r rsigned
signed ItlfcAit If CAftPJ3JJT CAIIPIINTiIItflenderso R Rfienderson
fienderson Jeff Jrfiercxt er Jon Co N Y f t tknow IWe
We hereby ctrtif that we are acquainted acquaintedwith
with the aforecaid liirem it Cspentcrvd Cspentcrvdknow
know his condition to have bee beeWe heed 55 atated atatedWe
We believe his Statement to toe true in every everyCarpenter everyparticular
particular sigtitti I B Simmons don donMcrcbantstG
McrcbantstG A Thompson iderchani A AIt
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