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I THE SALT LAKE L HERALD HERALDTHCRSDAY XHCBSDAY JHI RSD YOC1OBER OCTOBER 26 1905
THE SALT SAlTLAKf LAKE HERALDPublished HERALD llflAI9PubII5hcd RALDI
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THE THE TH DEARTH OP o LABOR LABORlabor LABORllb LABORLtbor
labor llb r leader Is quoted by a local localpaper localfllcr localiicr
paper as saying sayingit 6af ng ngr
it re r are re today numbers ofUtah or Utah citl citlSTJ ci citii
i STJ 1 walking the streets looking for foriv folu
iv 1 rJi rl r aid who would be b glad Iad to accept acceptI
I t1 < ou the conduit but they have been beenrver beenHed beened
Hed ed by tho CJ11ploYIn qinpjoyznant nt ot toreJgners toreJgnersWI
WI v J Wlrk tor an anything thlnG they can get getLr gettr
Lr rver tr spend a cent and ship their savin savini savlna savlnat
i t of the country It IB a positive in ins 1nrt Hii
s rt i It to American manhood manhoodIt
It is a positive insult also to the thaivriigenee thettr1Hgcjce theatthe
ivriigenee of rthe the Salt Lake public to tojrrt toItt toI
Itt I rt f fueh > uch twaddle Another labor laborKalcr laborI I
Kalcr I de r Is alleged to have said saidT saidtlnk
T think it Js a disgrace that thee the e for fore
e fen i laborers have been employed when whentL whentI wheRtL I
tL rr r are planty of clean upright citi citicc3 clUtC1 citItr1
cc3 tr1 w VO ho o are anxious to secure the work workIf workIt workIf
If the men quoted really made the thestatements theeL1ttment theatLltiuents
statements attributed to them they theyl
1 wo se disclosed a remarkable ignorance ignorancet
t C the true situation There Is laplenty laplentyv plenty plentycf
cf v trk > rk in Salt Lake for or every laboring laboringI laboringlruIl
I nan IT JU that wants to work It numbers numbersTtah numbersr
< r Ttah citizens are walking the thorrnts ther the4ttts
rrnts r rtts looking for work they are arelooking1 areJoking areI
Joking I for it only because ecause they want wantto wantto wantto
to be b < warned In time to dodge it itVt Itt itt
Vt t no period In the history of the city cityl
1 i the demand for labor been so sorUrMg SQrtr1Jg sortrig
rUrMg Contractors have been obliged obligedt
ti t employ foreigners for jgnars greatly against againsttrv
trv tr Ir will because they could not se set
i uro u < a sufftclant supply of tho home homeruJuct homerWiluct homer1cut
ruJuct And nd this fact la very well wellLr weUl1n well1rvn
Lr l1n jvn or should be very ery well known knownto
to t every try honest laboring man manIn mallIn manIii
In conclusion if the labor men menfiuotcd mencjult menc1ufrd
fiuotcd cjult d or the paper that printed printed their theirstatements t1191rs theirsatcments
statements s will forward to the Oregon OregonShort Oregon8hJ1t OregonSlirt
Short Line tho Western Pacific and andth andth andth I
th Salt Lake Ogdon railways lists of ofI ottll ofth
I th tll > numbers of Utah citizens walking walkingt
t streets rtr > ts looking for work a great greatla gre greaif i if
la f LCt or will be conferred on those cor corpi corpr corI
pi pr I rations rationst ritionsM tions tionsMR
MR M < t GIBSONS GI CHOICE CHOICEin CHOICm
in n this time when hell HQ s o majty m miiiiy py people are areafflicted aren areafllktcI
afflicted n Utl > d with the themonoy money madness s It is larlcatunt isrJ IsTl4530t
rlcatunt rJ d8lnt to callattentiontoa callAttonUo toa case like liketh liketL likettt
th ttt t of Tharles Dana Gibson the artist artistvhosp artisttIf1f artistils
vhosp black and white sketches have havedlighted havec1l1ghted havekllghted
dlighted hundreds of thousands of ofAmerican atonprl ofnerbtn
American onprl an citizens Mr M GJbsqn has just justannounced justa10unced justarouned
announced his determination determination io to quit do doIg dokg doLg
Ig black and white work inorder to go gotroad got gotroad
troad t andlearn to paintTo paint Todo To do this thisl thish thisle
l h r must relinquish an Income inco e amount amountg
i g to t 6 00000 WO a year yearMr yesiMr car carIr
Mr Ir Gibson feels that thq sacrifice is isvotth isnth I
votth nth while He may ma never be a great greatj
j t panifr r ltrr but if he doesnt succeed It will willI wlllTot
I rot bo b his fault And he will be con conc
1
Vrt + c t to live on a comparatively small smalli
I i I otne me until he can ascertain the truth truthI truthJt truthM
I Mict M t men would have b been en very well wellratified wellr ivellrtfled
ratified r with what Mr 11 Gibson Glb on has ac accomplished accmpUshed acc ¬
complished c He stands stands at the head of oftlc otth ofV
tlc V black and white artists of the theT ther theV
T r tfJ States perhaps of the world worldTirre worldIirrt worldTirre
Tirre is I an air a style a distinctive dlstlnctivess
r ss about his hi pictures plctur6s that makes one oneognize oneognize oneognize
ognize thorn as far as they can be beThf beSCf bee beTir
SCf e
SCfTLf
Thf Gibson girl has be become ome a type typej tpctLtfo typetL
j tLtfo tL Iufr stands for all that is i beautiful beautifulJ
J a t d chic and smart In American girl glrli
i > I od And the creator Is to drop out outc outaU
c s all He feels that he can do bet betI
I I < T work ur in another sphere of art art work worka
a fo 4 will please him better If it d d20s d20splease es esplease esplease
please the public as well Art for forc forake
c r r v sake is a cry that is heard but butr
r L Li y now It is good to hear it taken takeni takenby
i by i y a voice that has some carrying carryingDOUBT carryingA
I
1 1A
A DOUBT RESOLVED RESOLVEDThe
The he American campaign this year yearr yearbeen ear earbten
r b been en pushed says the suburban suburbani suburbanknew
i emporary emporaryv fmporaryknew
v knew something had happened to tot
t American n campaign oomp ampgn lgn but we were
r rr r tle impression that It had fallen faUenL fallengood
4 L good to have a definite official officialrfunnt offieill1r
rfunnt r Uftnt on the subject thu thus setting settinga
I a cRt Rt t for or all tfme t me the great question questionl que Uon
l 111 lI l me H e e American i 1tmerlcan rlcan campaign fall or orT ort ort
T v i tt t pushed It was pushed pu hod Beat Beatud B Bestit ijt ijtr
r > ud d it was pushed And nd now that thatt
t last lingering doubt has been re rer ref reI
I r rd let us all put our shoulders to tot totc toI
I t tc r wheel h he1 l and see to it that the election electionRichard electionRichard electionC
< Richard P Morris arid the entire entireUcnorratic onUrelorCraUc entirelrCrratjc
Ucnorratic ticket is accomplished with withirattical withIattcal withIitIcal
irattical unanimity unanimitypLEAS unonlmltypLEAS unanimityPLEAS
pLEAS OF THE TH E PACKERS PACKERSTno
Tno Tll beef packers pa kofs have flied special specialpi
pi > as in the United States court and andthrough andthrough andthrough
through them they hope to secure the thouWnlssal theudnlssa1 theWiissal
uWnlssal Wiissal of the remaining rcmah1ing indictments indictmentsagainst IndictmentsGgainst indictmentscgairst
against them Briefly Brie y they claim that thatthey thatth thatthcl
they th cannot < be prosqcutad because they theythmselvea theythmsdves theytL
thmselvea tL ruselves furnished Commissioner Commissionerr Commissionerrtlfield Commissionertheld
r rtlfield rdnlsl theld the + l > n evidence uIJ nn on nn IttVlll IttVlllovtments which the In InUl Inl
ovtments Ul l < tments were based They ask askImmunity askImmunity askimmunity
Immunity under a federal statute statuteAviiuh statuteUlh
4 Aviiuh Ulh provides that no defendant shall shallbr sh11bf shallbr
br prosecuted in a case in which he hett hettstf1es
tt ttstf1es stifles when he is compelled to testify testifyagainst testifyngd testifyj
j against ngd list himself himselfIr
Ir is i dlfllQult dlftl ult to t03aw say how the oourt oourtiil oourtlJ oourtI
I nil iil construe < the statute butwe but w think thinke thinkknow
ne e know a common sense view Icv of it If IfI1 Iti IfI
I1 I i is possible for a criminal to escape escapepunishment escapcJnIRhment escapeIdnislnnent
punishment by going on the witness witnessMand wJtn witneestirid s
Mand 1 and tolling everything he knows knowstuu knowstqU knowstn
tuu it will never be possible to secure securethe secureth securethc
the th conviction omlct1 onIetIen9f n of a defendant Any Anyo AnyoUem of ofUiem ofizLezj
Uiem can cty an immediately make a clean cleanbrast oleanbrfa8t cleanbreast
breast of their thelrottenae offense and andcwa1k walk out o othe of oftIl ofti
the ti oUrt room free In most states statesthere statesthere statesthere
there la a law that protects defendants defendantsThey dotendantsThey defendantsThey
They are not required who on the thew theitness
w itness stand to answer Imsw questions tend tendlr tendIng tendIng
lr Ing > pr to incriminate tnerfmln 1nerImInag le thtmsalvgs thlm Jlvg8 The Themn IheTIt Who1ITR
1ITR mn for the packers to havo havQontereiJ havQontereiJUnir onteretf onteretfUirir ontare
14 Uirir pica vIe was Wa v iien ep the questions wore w WOI
asked them originally They Th y cpuld have havehave haychave havehave
have refused to answer and a d do doubtless doubtlesswould doubtiwn doubtiwnWou1dl1avo bt1 s swouldll1ave
would wouldll1ave Wou1dl1avo jhave been sustained s sustatiiedln in p their po positton po position p0sitlon ¬
sition And their refusal t to ° answer answerwould answerwould answerwould
would not have had the least effect on onthe onthe
the indictments If Mr Garffcld Gar ld had hadprosecuted hadprosecuted
prosecuted prose uted the investigation JnvestJliatJol wkh vth thdJe thdJedlUgenoQ due duediligence duediligence
diligence he could haVe hsvc secured seo r d in inabundance p pabundance tinabundance
abundance of ofeidence evidence without asking askingthe askln asklnthe ankinthe
the packers a single question questionThis q estfon estfonThis t tThis
This evidence could have been secured securedfrom sccutedtrom aecued aecuedfrom
from butchers and livestock men They Theyknew Th Thknew Theyknew
knew well enough and they know 1m knowof ow novjv novjvof n l lot
of the existence of an unlawful meat meattrust m ni4t ni4ttrust t ttrust
trust They were perfectly willing wll11n wll11ntestify wilIinttestify > to totftsHfv
tftsHfv testify IQ5tead TYifltAnrT nf of Ttnnt hearing lrir thnm thnmthough them themthough thcmthough
though Mr Jr Garfield called in the th pack packera pacIters packore
era themselves and took from rom them themwhatever themwhat themwhttver
whatever what ver they chose to toturnfsh furnish him in inthe 111theUne ittthe
the theUne line of testimony The result as aswill aswill aswill
will be remembered was a report in inwhich InwhIch Inwhich
which the meat m at trust was as held up to tothe totho tothe
the public as something above re reproach rcpro reproach ¬
proach pro h a realbenefit real benefit to the nation in instead Instead Instead ¬
stead of a detriment detrimentIt s sIt
It Is quite possible that the court courtwill courtwl11 courtwill
will accept the plea of the packers as assufficient assuftlclentand assufficient
sufficient suftlclentand and dismiss the remaining remainingindictments remainingIndictments remainingIndictments
indictments against them If this ac action acUon action ¬ I
tion Is taken the government sovernment must not notallow notaUow notallow
allow the prosecution to lapse It will willbe wiltbe willbe
be easy enough as we have said to toconvict toconvict toconvict
convict the members of the trust with vrltlHout without with4out
out putting a single one of them on the thestand thetand thetand
tand standgLOVY tandBLOW
4 4BLOW
BLOW AT CIVIL SERVICE SERVICEBecause SERVICEBccause SERVICEBecause
Because a government chauffeur an annoyed annoycd annoyod ¬
noyed him by getting In his way Pres President PresIdent President ¬
ident Roosevelt has issued a proclama proclamation proclamation proclamation ¬
tion under the th terms of which the civil civilservice civilservIce
service regulations are all but abol abolished abolIalled abolishod ¬
ished The president was out driving drivingwhen drivingwhen
when the chauffeur came up behind behindhim behIndhIm behindhim
him at a moderate rate r te of speed The Thesecret Thesocret Tuesecret
secret i8 sejrvice vic6 men who h9 were w ere with the thepresident thepresident
president claim that they warned warn d tho thochauffeur thochautteur thechauffeur
chauffeur not to attempt to pass but he hedisregarded hedlsregajdcd hedisregarded
disregarded the warning and not nntonlr nntonlrnt only onlyBossed onlyDaased
Bossed nt ed the presidents 1reaJ ents carriage but butactually butactually butactually
actually blocked Its l s progress for an anappreciable anapl1ltelb1e anappxeeiabie
appreciable length longthot of time timeStraightway tlmtStraIghtway timeStrnightway
Straightway Mi Roosevelt Itoosev lt drewup drewuphis drew up uphIs uphis
his now famous order It provides that thata thatt1cfbln
a t1cfbln cabnet t qfllcer tileer may ay discharge dl ctmrge with without wIthoutu without ¬
out outu A hearing and without going goingthrough goingthrough goingthrough
through the formality of preferring preferringchargfts preferringcharges preferrizigcharges
charges any an employe without regard regardto
to the civil service rules The chauf chauffeur chaufteur chauftour ¬
tour was wa of course the first victim of ofthe otthe ofthe
the order H H8 knows now that it Is Ispossible Ispossible ispossible
possible to be guilty of lese majeste majesteeven majestewen majesteeven
even in this land of the free and home homeof homeot homeof
of the thebr brave braveThe brMveTh v vThe
The Th tendency to sot at naught the theofvll theolvIl theelvil
ofvll service structure that has been beenyears beenyears heelyears
years in the building is apparent It Is Isargued Isargued
that the privilege of dismissing dismissingwithout dismissingwlthout dismissingwithout
without a hearing does not seriously seriouslyaffect s soriousiyaffect riouBlyaffect
affect the civil service principle be because because because ¬
cause the place of tho individual dis discharged discharged discharged
charged must be filled mlodtrom froma frorn a list of ofpersonsthat orpelSonstbat ofpersonstbat
personsthat successfully succ ssfuJ passed an ex examination examination ¬ J Jamfuatlon
amination We Ve sijbmit though that thatit
it is only a step and a short one from fromdismissal fromdhllnissal fromdlmisal
dismissal without charges to employ employment employmont employmont ¬
mont without examination examinationWe
We 0 cannot forget forg t either that it has hasonly haaonly hasonly
only been a few years 8trs since Theodore TheodoreRoosevelt TheodoreRaostelt Theodoreflctosevelt
Roosevelt was one of the most ardent ardentcfvil ardentcfvu ardentcivil
civil service reformers reto mers In thecountry thecountryAs the country countryAs countryAs
As a ii member mem er of the civil service serrcccOln serrcccOlnmission coin coinmission om ommission
mission he spent much time timetn Jn preach preaching preachIng preachIng ¬
ing the doctrine that merit and merit meritalone merita10ne meritalone
alone should govern In in the appoint appointment appolntment appointment ¬
ment and retention retenUonot ofrgov o go rhmentem ovrflrnentemplayes rhmentemployes rnm6ntemnloyes
ployes Little by little he Ijas 1 soeen soeengelt tieen tieengetting ljeengetting
getting gelt p away from his old position positionMore posIUonMore positionMore
More and more ore the reformerhas be beponie beonlC beone
ponie one the spoilsman spoilsmanIt
It Is difficult to believe that Mr MrRoosevelt MrEosoyelt Ir IrRooseyeU
Roosevelt would have made so much muchout muchout muchout
out of the chauffeur incident in itself itselfvery itselfVClY itselfvery
very unimportant if he had not beenlooking been beenlooking beenlooking
looking for an excuse to begin be ln the thework thework thework
work of demolishing civil service ser ice re reform retorm icform ¬
form Nor is it unlikely that he will willIn willIn ivillin
In the near future find some excuse excusefor cxcusotor excuseor
for or abolishing the regulations regulations1 regard regarding regardlng regardIng ¬
ing the examination of applicants applicantsA
A more radical fiipflofl has jrarely jrarelybeen 1rarolybeen rarelY rarelYbeen
been performed > by y a prominent public publicA pUblicman publicman
man manA
d
A lawyer l yer who cannot make a success successIn su cess cessIn
In hie hiet hl Itisprotession t profession here is not likely to tobe tobe tobe
be successful liIuc tSSful anywhere And It Is use uselessto useless uselesato ¬
lessto less to try tr to cover incompetence with witha
a wail that pne hasnt a fair chance chanceWe chance1e chanceWe
We know of a numbgfc numb Tc of nonMormon nonMormonlawyers nonMormonlaw nonMormonlawyers
lawyers law etS who are very successful here hereand Iereand lereand
and some of them are outspoken ad adherents adherentl adherents ¬
herents of the American party too tooA toot tooA tooA
t
A correspondent of tho suburban suburbancontemporary suburbanaontemporllry suburbancontemporary
contemporary says S6 S that Mr Thompson ThompsonpaYS
pays more taxes axes than all the members membersof
of the staffs of The Herald and the theDeeoret theDeJoret theDesaret
Deeoret Nows He might have included includedthe inclu4edthe includedthe
the staff tafta of the Telegram and the theTribune theTribune theTribune
Tribune as well with perfect peri ct truth But Butis Butla Buti
is i mora wealth to be the standard in inselecting inectfns inselecting
selecting ectfns public ofllclals Does money moneyqualify moneyqualffy moneyqualify
qualify a man for holding office
There is no reason for believing that thatMr thatIr thatMr
Mr Ir Thompson If elected will be able ableto ableto ableto
to prevent Mormons Iormons from paying pa lns tithes tithesWe tithesWe ftllesVa
We Va dont think he can compel anybody anybodyto
to employ nonMormons non formons exclusively exclusivelyeither excusholyeither exclusivelyeither
either eitherMr eitherMr eitherMr
s
Mr Harriman is hurrying some in inhis Inhis inhis
his trip back to New York At the thesame theame thesame
same time he is showing those eastern easternrailroad eastornrailroad easternrailroad
railroad magnates that they are not notthe notthe notthe
the only nlY speed ap ed burners burnersNo bUrnersI bUrnersNo burnersNo
I
No Best J3 t Beloved we had notheard notheardthat not heard heardthat heardthat
that Messrs Thompson and Lynch were weregoing whe whegoinG wrcgoing
going to withdraw from the race Still Stillthey SUllthey Stillthey
they might as well wellThe wellC wellThe
C 1 1The
The small but not still voice alee from fromWeet fromWo fromWot
Weet t Temple lO plo street has all but admit admitted admitted admItted ¬
ted that the Democratic ticket Is cer certain certllin certam
tain tam to be elected electedLook electedLook I
eJectedeIr
T eIr eIrLook
Look through your collection of 10 10bills 10blUs lObills
bills very carefully this morning A Acounterfeit Acounterfolt Acounterfeit
counterfeit tenspot is In circulation circulationThe circulationThe circulationThe
The campaign cant last but thirteen thirteendays thirteen thirteendn3s thirteendays
days longer Thats one comfort that thatall thataU thatall
all concerned may share shareKind shareKind shareI shareKind
I
Kind Friday FridayChicago FridayChlooo FridayClilcego
Chicago Journal JournalNow JournalNow JournalNow
Now boys said the Sunday school
teacher addressing the Juvenile class classOHII classQKu
OHII either of you 01 toll me anything about
Qood FridJW FridJWYes PrIdaYeS
yes Yes inaam I can replied rd lled theboy the boy
at the foot of the th class un Ha j was wa the I
fellow what hnt done the housework fop Rob ¬
inson Crusoe CrusoePRIVATE CrusoePRIVATE CrusoePRIVATE
PRIVATE BANK ROBBED ROBBEDNiagara ROBBEDNIgun ROBBEDNiagara
Niagara Falls alls N V 1 Oct 25 5Tha The Thpri Thprivats Pri Prixate prlW ¬
vats W bank of Harvey Harve Hoeg at ntJnrker Parker
Niagara I ora county COU ft t was B robbed rOb be < early ear I today todayimt to n y
6 UirM m r vibo 10 got go Qw away with s 39UO OOO
I mvlt 4Rt tsvixohange Jjr ohal1g ej SjOhUlift1th SjOhUlift1thlg lotsajtIl lotsajtIlljzs
ljzs Ibsg lg CDund und S7JQ lfl n blthf4lh r rim a
bt imt ltIrfrnt fir jfrort front T life t Lit bank tJ lnl
It 1 1I
I Society Societyv
v AV AVIrs
Mrs Irs Benjamin in C Lockwood of Fort FortDouglas FortDouglas FortDouglas
Douglas was vas mthehostessyesterday the hostessyesterday aft aftarnoonat aftin9on aftOrutn
arnoonat in9on Orutn at a t a large and elaborate lab rate bridge bridgetea bridgtal bridgeteat
tea at t which some fifty of f her friends friendswere friendsw friendswore
were w 1Qentertained entertained Nina tables were werefilled werefiUed were11Usd
filled with wit the players and nd prizes were wereawarded wereaVlrded wereawarded
awarded to Mrs JSlbridge Thomas ThomasMrs Tl1omasMrf TimmasMrs
Mrs Georjge eorge Black Blackat and Mrs ln Edwin P PPendleton PPendleton PPenchleton
Pendleton The rooms were bright brightwith brightwith rJghtwith
with chrysanthemums tall dark red redand redand redand
and bright brJglltyeUOW yellow being bel used on the thedining thedining he heiplng
dining roqm table Here Mrs John N NStraat NStraat NStraat
Straat and andIrs Mrs Trunk T Burton Burtonpoured Burtonpoured BurtonpoUred
poured Mrs Pendlelon received with withthe witht11e withthe
the hostess ahd the friends assisting assistingwere assIstingere assistingwere
were ere Mrs EL B R Perry P m Mrs W H HPoint HJ HPoint
Point J oilt Mrs W V L Lund Mrs George GeorgeK GeorgeJam
K Jamerson Jam 50n Mrs John E Woodward WoodwardtaaA Woodwardand
and a d Mrs S D Sturgls SturglsAl Sturgiss1Inple
Al simple home wedding of yesterday yesterdaywas yesterdaywasitliat e terday terdaywas
was wasitliat 1h that at of Miss Edyth Hale daughter daughterof r rof
of Mr tr r and nd Mrs Frederick A Hale to toThomas toTbD toT1ionas
Thomas TbD s Denton Hunter of Monterey MontereyThe MontereyThe MontereYThe
The marriage took place 1 1ace at 9 oclock oclockyesteroay oclockest oclockyester1ay
yesteroay est ay rooming Rev ne Elmer I IGosheik IGoslle IGosheil
Gosheik Goslle l reading r adlng the marriage service in inthe Inthe inthe
the presence Dre ence of a few of the young youngfriends youngfriends
friends Tof 1 of ° f the bride As the service serviceended servIceended serviceended
ended tflie Ie orchestra played Mendels Mendelssohns Mendelssohn ¬ I IsohnS
sohns sohn Wedding March and immedi immediately humediately ¬ I Iately
ately afren a t a wedding breakfast was wasserved wasserved
served The bride wore a goIngawaygown goingaway goingawaygown oingaivaYgown
gown qf dark blue silk with a blue hat hattrimmtjd hattrImrnd I Itrlm
trimmtjd trlm trImrnd t1d with plumes to match A Ashoweri Ashower itshowers
shower of deep rose colored carnations carnationswas
was the tbeon1y only touch of bright color Mr Mrand Mrand Mrand
and Mrs 1rsHunter Hunter will make m ke a short tour tourof tourot tourof
of southern California and an will be at athomo athomo athome
homo at Monterey after NQV 15 15The 15The 15C 15The
C
The first dance of the season at the theUniversity theUniversity theUniversity
University club last evening drew a alarge nlarge alarge
large number of the Inember and their theirfriends theirfriends theirfriends
friends The large dining room and andreception andreception andreception
reception hall were cleared for dancing dancingand dancingand dancingand
and a screen of palms hid the orchestra orchestrastationed orchestrastationed orchestrastationed
stationed at the north end of the long longfloor 10ngtloor longfloor
floor A buffet supper was served late latein latein lateill
in the evening in the ladies dining diningroom diningroom diningroom
room Many of the new evening gowns gownsof
of the winter season were seen for the thefirst thefirst thetirst
first time the affair altogether being beinga
a brilliant one oneMrs onerff
CC CCrs
Mrs rff Samuel Paul and Miss Ethel EthelPaul EthelPaul EthelPaul
Paul entertained a afev few of the old oldfriends oldfriends oldfriends
friends of Mrs Robert J Caskey yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday afternoon a1tennon at an informal Jnformaltoa too in inher Inher11Onor inher
her her11Onor honor prior to her departure for forthe torthe forthe
the coagt They were assisted In en entertaining entertaining entertaining ¬
tertaining by b Mrs Harry S Knight KnightMrs Knightlfrs KnightMrs
Mrs M M Johnson Mrs A G An Andrews Andrews Andrews ¬
drews Miss Anna Decker Miss Hattie HattieWlshard HattieWIshard HattieWlshard
Wlshard Mrs Hal W V Brown Mrs MrsEdwin MrsEdwin MrsEdwin
Edwin Kimball and Mrs John Hlnman Hlnmanbesides Hinmanbesides Hlnmanbesides
besides the three small daughters daughtersot daughtersotthe of ofthe ofthe
the Caskey family Lois Cajol Ca ol and andKatherine I IKatherine
Katherine Mrs lfr Caskey leaves during duringthe durIngthe duringthe
the week for Pasadena PasadenaMrs PasadenaMrs
5 5Mrs
Mrs Harry B Windsor entertained entertainedat
at a small luncheon yesterday at the theCountry theCountry theCountry I
Country club the affair being In honor honorof honorof honorof
of Miss Edna Dwyer The other guests guestswere guestswere guestswore
were Miss Celia C Jla Sharp and Mrs Gra Graham Graham Graham ¬
ham F Putnam A game of golf fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed the luncheon luncheonThe luncheonC
C 4 4The C C CThe
The current number of the Army Arm and andNavy andNavy andNavy
Navy Journal l contains tho announce announcement announcement announcement ¬
ment of the marriage of Miss UfiS Josephine JosephineHarriet JosephineHarriet
I
Harriet Quinby to o lieutenant George GeorgeRoss Georgenoss GeorgeRoss
Ross Greene The wedding took place placeOct placeOct placeOct
Oct 11 at Morris N Y YMrs YjIrs YC
C C Cris
Mrs ris Bernita Sabin SomersCocks will willbe wl11be willbe
be welcomed by her many salt alt Lake Lakefriends Lakefriends Lakefriends
friends next week She will be the theguest theguest theguest
guest of Mrs L Charles Miller for a afew atew afew
few days and am an effort IB l being beln made madeto
to induce her to give a recital while whilehere whitehero hllo hlloher
here hereMrs
Mrs Irs E J Chambers who has spent spentthe spentthe spentthe
the past year car with her daughtetr Mrs MrsW MrsYo Mrssv
W sv Yo P KIser will leave l av6 tomorrow to tojoin t tjoin tojoin
join her son in New ew York for a short shortstay shortsta shortstay
stay stayColonel sta
> C C C CColonel
Colonel C D Moore left last evening eveningfor
for a business trip of some weeks weeksthrough weeksthrough weeksthrough
through Arizona ArizonaMrs ArizonaIrs ArizonaMrs
Mrs Irs Martha Royle King has issued issuedInvitations IssuedInvitations IssuedInvitations
Invitations for a musicale to be given givenat
at her studio at 815 S1 oQlock this even evening Oe11Ing evening ¬
ing
C C CMr
Mr r and Mrs lrs Louis S Gates C tes returned returnedyesterday returnedY8slerda returnedyesterday
yesterday to their home lomeln in BIngham BInghamafter Blngh Blnghamafter m mafter
after a few days spent In Salt Lake LakeMr LakeC
C 4 4Mr S SMr
Mr and Mrs frs George leore Jay Ja Gibson will willshortly willshortl willshortly
shortly shortl be in their iverh6me new neui 1 ill miht at 1267 1267Military 126iIilitar 1261Military
Military Iilitar avenue avenueGordon avenueGordon avenueC
C C C CGordon
Gordon Hutchins Is back from a amonths amonths amonths
months trip through Mexico MexicoDuncan MexicoC exlco exlcoDunClin
C C C CDuncan
Duncan Macpherson Boyd Bo d has re returned returned returned ¬
turned from Goldfield GoldfieldMrs Goldfie1dlIts GoldfieldC
C C CMrs
Mrs E C Thomas and Misa Thomas Thomasof
of Butte arc in the city elt and will be at atthe atthe atthe
the Keith apartments for a few fe weeks weeksMrs weeksC
C 1 1Mrs C CMts
Mrs Charles Cain Crismon enter entertained entertamed nteftained ¬
tained the girls of the Sewing club yes yesterday yesterday es esterdny ¬
terday at a linen shower for Miss Crete CretePlnkerton CretePInkerton CretePinkerton
PInkerton PlnkertonMrs PInkertonrrs
414 414Mrs
Mrs rrs Everett Buckingham and Miss MissHarriet MissHa1rlat MissHarriet
Harriet Dunster will qntortaln at atbridge atbridge atbridge
bridge today for Mrs Robert J J Bark Barkley BarkIe BarkIcy
Icy Ie
C C C CThe
The Plate club meets this afternoon afternoonwith afternoonwith afternoonwith
with Mrs Irs T R Black BlackMr BlackMr BlackC
C C CMr
Mr and Mrs W P OMeara are now nowat nowat nowat
at home at t 898 Brigham street the res residence resIdence residence ¬
idence formerly former occupied oc plQd by Mr Ir and andMrs andIrs andMrs
Mrs Irs Perry S Heath HeathMrs Heathii
ii 4Mrs It ItIrs
Mrs Irs Ralph alph E Hong of Ogden Is the theguest theguest theguest
guest for a few Ce days of Mr and Mrs MrsW MrsW Mrsv
W v W Armstrong ArmstrongMrs
C CC CCMrs
Mrs Ils M 1 McKinimins and MIsS Georgie GeorgleMcKimmins GeorgiefcKi111mlns GeorgieMcKimmins
McKimmins are back from from a months monthsstay monthsstay monthsstay
stay in San Francisco 41 and andvIcInity Vicinity fclnity I
Mrs frs Robert Patterson expects to toleave to1eave toleave
leave about abo t Nov 1 for North Carolina Carolinato
to join Lieutenant Patterson and to tospend tospend tospend
spend the winter winterMrs winterMrs winterMls
C
Mrs Thomas Carter will leave about aboutNov aboutNo aboutNov
Nov No 1 to spend tho winter with her hersister hersIster hersister
sister atLong at at Long Beaoh Cal CalMr CalMr
41 41Mr
Mr and Mrs rrs George Ge rGe Taysum and andMiss andI1ssAda andMiss
Miss I1ssAda Ada Faust have moved to San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco and will make their home homethero homethero homethere
thero theroThe theroThe
X 41 41The
The history hlstor section of the Ladles Lit Literary Literary Literary ¬
erary club will meet at the club rooms roomsat ro01l1sat roomsat
at 10 oclock this morning Topic IIR IIRWORK Re ReWORK ReWOBX
WORK A PLEASURE PLEASUREIt
It Is One of ofthc the Real Joys Given Us UsPostum UsPostum UsPostum
Postum Food Coffee has done more morefor morefor morefor
for me In two years writes a Wiscon Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin ¬
sin young lady student than all the themedicines themedicines themedicines
medicines and treatments I had em cmployed employed employed
ployed to overcome tht effects of the thecoffee thecoffee thecoffee
coffee poisoning that was killing me by bydecrees bYdegrees bydegrees
degrees degreesI
I had all the familiar symptoms and andsuffered andsuffered
suffered all the well known tortures torturesMy torturesMy torturesMY
My stomach was wrecked and I could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not eat my head ached almost alm st con continually continually continuahly ¬
tinually I became the nervous victim victimof
of Insomnia and the th capacity for study studydeserted 9tudYdeserted studydeserted
deserted me Of course this caine on ongradually ongradually ongradually
gradually and without suspicion for fora fora fora
a long time as to the cause causeTwo causcIITwo causeTwo
Two years ago a friend enthusiasti enthusiasticqljy enthusiasUcqlJyi enthusiastictlIy
cqljy urged me to quit using the old oldIclnd old1dnd oldhind
hind of coffee and to drink Pogtum PogtumFood PotilumFood PotuinFood
Food Coffee I have never regretted regrettedacting legrettedactlnE regrettedacting
acting upon the advice As soon as asthe asthe asthe
the coffee poison was eliminated ellmlnat d the thestrengthening theitrengthenlng thestrengthening
strengthening and nourishing proper properties proporties properties ¬
ties of Postum began to build me up
Each day I gained a little the color colorcrept colorcrept colorcrept
crept back to my cheeks chee s my limbs limbsrounded limbsrounded limbsrounded
rounded out with new flesh my m com complexion COU1plexlon cOitplexion ¬
plexion grew fair and clear again my m mdigestion
digestion improved and now I can eat eatanything eatanythIng eatanything
anything at any time the nervous in insomnia Insomnia insoninia ¬
somnia has ieftme and I sleep soundly soundlyf
f 1 night and wake up refreshed I have haveno haveno haveno
no more headaches and mental work workhas workhas workhas
has become a pleasure to me Name NameKlven NameElv Namenivn
Klven Elv n by Postum Co Battle Creek
Mich i V Vht
es n reasoQ
4 ht ij Httle U titR t
mml1t flflie I in QU9 ouciipj i1 r g
Hgion of the th Heroic AS by Mrs lrs J B BBroarn Elro P PBrown
Brown BrownMrs ro n nI
I Mrs iw W H i JoneS id t N yv yvMrs is down ddw frovr r u the therau the theruuehjnIdah theranebinIdghoforastay
rau ruuehjnIdah ranebinIdghoforastay hinIdahbvlor f r star of oftwo two wo weeks weeksI
I Abtie < Ahner Glbs2 fbJ4 I sph ofrMri ft r and Mrs Irs T TC 11 11C L LC < i iAhner I
C Glosz has hasretur1ed returned from the east eastand eaztand a t tand
and will wlllspend spend1the spend the remaintler of the thewinter thewinter thewinter
winter at atliome Home HomeMrs T
6 414141 414141Mrs 6 6 61Irs
I Mrs C Hi H Hammcll has gone to toBntte toButte toButte
Butte called there by the death of her herbrother lid lidbrother l P Pbrother
brother brotherMiss
CCC CCCMiss o 0Miss
Miss Louise Ber Berg and Miss Grace GraceBerg GraceBerg GraceBerg
Berg formerly fanner of Denver have come cometo cometo cometo
to Salt Lake to maketheir make maketheirhiome thelr home and andare andare apdare
are now at 147 Brigham street streeto streetMiss streetMiss
41 o 4Miss
Miss Maud M Hackett Hack tt of Kansas KansasCity RansaCity KansaCity
City and Edward Skdmore of Salt SaltLake S 1tLak SKItLak
Lak wUI be beniarried married in the temple to today t tday UIday ¬
day In the evening a reception in intheir Intheir intheir
their honor will be given at1873 Tenth TenthEast TenthEast TenthEast
East street streetEven streetEeo streetEvery
Even loaf ot Royal Bread is clean cleanand cleanand cleanand
and bears our Crown Label Do not be bedeceived bedeceived bedeceived
deceived in i accepting a substitute substituteAsk substituteAsk substituteAsk
Ask your grocery for Vienna bakery bakerybread bakerybread
bread
MARRIAGE LICENSES L1CENSES1317ThQmas LiCENSES1317Thomas
1317 1317ThQmas Thomas H Ha Haworth worth Franklin Ida IdaBlenda IdaBlenda IdaBlends
Blenda C Johnson Salt Lake Lake131S Lake131SVJctor Lake1315Victor
131S 131SVJctor Victor E Anderson West Jordan JordanGrace JoronnGrace JordanGrace
Grace Bricker West est Jordan Jordan1319Samufll Jordan1319Samuel
131 1319Samufll Samue1 M Seddon Salt Lake LakeRhoda LakeRhoda LakeRhoda
Rhoda A Roberts Salt Lake Lake1320John Lake1320John
1320John 13 John D Phillips Salt Lake LakeNellie LakeNeBle LakeNellie
Nellie Duncan Salt Lake Lake1321Merrfck Lake1321Merrick
1321 1321Merrfck Merrick E Beauchamp New Haven
Conn ConnGeorgia ConnGeorgia ConnGeorgia
Georgia M I Seger Chicago Chicago132J Chicago1Saznuel
132J 1 1Saznuel = Samuel Smot Srno t SlatcrvlMe SlatcrvlMeClara SlatcrHleClara SlatcrillleClara
Clara Crowthcr Harrlsvllle H HrrIsvil1e1323George rI5vllle rI5vllle1323George
1323 1323George George Schultz Murray MurrayMary MurinMary Mur ± tn tnMary
Mary Gudal Murray Murray1324Edward
1324 132lEdward Edward Skidmore Salt Lake LakeMaud LakeMaud LakeMaud
Maud M 1 Hackptt Kansas City Mo Mo132J Mo132GJ
132 132J j Edward Strombercr Blngham BlnghamMaria BinchamIarla BinahamMaria
Maria Sandstrom Bingham Binghnni1327William
1327 I377Wllllam William A AS Sflerry erry Salt Lake Ll ke
Lillie May Foster Salt Lake LakeI
I GO ANYWHERE ANYWHERETo
To photograph anything Harry Harr Ship
ler Commercial Photographer 151 So SoMain SoMain SoMain
Main Phone 2825 282 K Kfialt KSalt
Salt Lake Photo Supply Co Supplies SuppliesDev SuppliesDev SuppliesDev
Dev and Flr FirehIng hlnjr Main and 3d So SoMETEOROLOGICAL SoMETEOROLOGICAL SoMETEOROLOGICAL
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT REPORTYesterdays REPORTYesterdays REPORTYesterdays
Yesterdays Record at the Local Of Office Office Office ¬
fice of the Weather Bureau BureauMaximum BureauMaximum
Maximum temperature fJ1 < T7 7 degrees min minimum minImum mm mmImum ¬
imum temperature 38 degrees mean tem temperature ternperature ¬
perature 53 desrrees which Is 5 degrees degreesbelow degreesbelow degreesbelow
below the normal accumulated deficiency deficiencyof
of temperature since the 1st of the month monthOS
OS degrees accumulated excess of tempera temperature temperature temperature ¬
ture since Jan 1 1 270 degrees Total pre pr prclpltatlon procipitatlon
clpltatlon from B p m to C p m none noneaccumulated noneaccumulated noneaccumulated
accumulated deficiency of precipitation precipitationsince precipitationsince precipitationsince
since the 1st of the month 103 Inches ac accumulated ¬
cumulated deficiency of precipitation since sinceJan sinceJan sinceJan
Jan 1 25 inch inchFrom inchFrom inchFrom
From Sept 15 to Oct 31 the Salt Lake LakeRoute L3keRoute LakeRoute
Route offers extremely horn colonials colonialsrate colon13tsrate colonistsrate
rate one way Salt Lake to Los An Angeles Angeles Angeles ¬
geles for 25 Stopovers allowed Call Callen Caliente Callente
en ente te and Las Vegas VegasPersons VCg VegisPersons s sPersons
Persons contemplating going to the thePacific thePacific
Pacific coast to settle should bear this thisIn thIsIn thisin
In mind as it is thelowest the lowest rate ever everoffered everoffered everoffered
offered offeredSee offeredSee offeredSee
See any agent of the San Pedro Los LosAngeles LosAnge1cs Lo LoAngeles S
Angeles Salt Lake railroad rallroarLNO rallroU1e rallroU1NO railroadNO
o e
NO LONGER IN CUSTODY CUSTODYContempt CUSJODYContempt CUS1ODYContempt I
Contempt Not Proven Against West Western WCtern Westem i
ern em Life Officials OfficialsChicago OfficIalshicago OfficialsChicago
Chicago Oct 25 25Genoral General Manager M MI MI 1 1I 1
I Rosenfeld President George M 1 Poul Poulton Poulton Foulton
ton and E D DIoore Moore members m mbcrs of the theboard theboard theboard
board of directors of the Western estern Life LifeIndemnity Lf LfIndemnity LifeIndemnity
Indemnity company comlanY were today toda dis discharged dJ dJcharged discharged ¬
charged by Federal Judge C C Kohl Kohlsaat Kohlsal1t Kohlsat
sat from n rule to show cause why whythey whYthey whYthey
they should not be held In contempt contemptof
of court Judge fCohlsaat intimated thqt thqtha h hflt hflthe t j
ho was not entirely satisfied with the theexplanation theexplanation theexplanation i
explanation concerning the Western Life Litecqmpanys Lifecqmpanys j jcQmpanys
cQmpanys nurchase of stock In the Se Security Socurity j jcurity
curity Life Annuity company but add added addel1 added ¬
ed that there was no showing of lnten Intentional lntentlonnl lntentional ¬
tional disregard of court orders ordersMINERS ordersMINERS ordersMINERS
MINERS EXCURSION RATES RATESHo RATESHo RATESHo
Ho for the mining center of the west westvia westvia westvia
via Salt altrake Lake Route RouteCommencing RouteCommencing RouteCommencing
Commencing Oct 1 daily excursions excursionswill oxc rallns rallnswill
will be run from Salt Lake to Nevadas Nevadasgreat Nevadasgnat N yadas yadasgreat
great mineral belt at folio following wingrates wingratesSaliente r tes tesUente tesGaliente
Saliente Uente and return I1890 1890 1890Ionpa l8OMoapa i iMoapa
Moapa and return 2480 2480Las 2480Las 2480Las
Las Vegas and return 2880 2880Good 2880Good j jGood
Good Springs and return returnr returns 3135 3135Nippeno 3135Nlppeno l35 l35Nippeno
Nippeno and return returnFinal 3330 3330Final j
Final limit thirty days from date of ofsale orsnle ofsale
sale City ticket office 17 W W2d 2d South SouthJ J
J L MOORE Dist Pass Agt AgtSTARVED AgtSTARVED AgtC AgtSTARVED
C
STARVED HIMSELF HIMSELFButte
Butte Murderer Succeeded in Escap Escaping Escaping EscapIng ¬
ing the Gallows GallowsvButte GallwsButte GallowsButte
Butte Oct 23 2 23James James F Barnes await awaiting awaiting awaitIng ¬
ing trial for the murder of Patrick Han Hanley Hanley Hanicy
ley In this city Sept 3 died In the coun county county coqnty ¬
ty jail j lI tonight apparently from selfim selfimposed selfImposed selftmposed ¬
posed starvation starvn tlon Barnes for the past pastthree pastthree pastthree
three days had refused to touch a mor morsel morsel morsei ¬
sel of food or drink bemoaning his fate fateand fatcand fateand
and expressing terror lest a mob should shouldagain shouldagain shouldagain
again attempt to lynch him Some time timeago tUntago tilasago
ago he made an unsuccessful attempt attemptat
at suicide but his stomach was so weak weakfollowing weuKfollowing weakfollowing
following a a prolonged fast that it refused refusedto efu6e1to
to hold the poison
4 4
7500 19 TO CITY OF MEXICO AND ANDRETURN ANDRETURN ANDRETURN
RETURN RETURNOn
On October 21st the th theColorado Colorado C010rado Mid Midland MIdland MIdlaud ¬
land wllisell wlll sell round round4rip itip trip tickets from fromSalt fromSalt
Salt Lake to City ofiHlexIco o exlco and re return return yeturn ¬
turn good gooafor for sixty days for 7500 Si5DOThis 7500This 7500This
This will wUlbc be the Ideal time U n to visit Old 01 OlMexico 1
Mexico and andtr if you YOUlfQ aro contemPlatIng contemplating1the
the trip arrange for your our tickets now nowvia nowvIa nowvia
via theiScenlc th Scenlc Midland The Midland MidlandRoute MidlandRoute Ifdlan 1 1Route
Route is the th popular way over the themountains themountains themountains
mountains for scenery service and andequipment andequipment antioquipmeitt
equipment Ticket office 77 West Sec Second Second Seeand ¬
ond South Salt Lake Utah UtahSOLD UtahSOLD
4 4SOLD
SOLD MORE WHISKY WHISKYTHAN WHISKYTHAN WHISKYTHAN
THAN THEY REPORTED REPORTEDGreensboro REPORTEDGreensboro REPORTEDGreensboro
Greensboro N C Oct 25 5IntoresUng 5IntoresUnglitigation 23Interestinglitigation Interesting Interestinglitigation
litigation has been begun be n In the federal federalcourt federalcourt federalcourt
court here In the case of the United 1
States against N Glenn GlenaWllliams Williams D K KKennedy 1Kennedy FKennedy
Kennedy and the Old Nick Williams Dis Djstllling Distilling DIstilling
tilling company indicted on fifteen counts countfor
for alleged frauds against the govern government Governmentln governmeat ¬
meat mentln In conducting a big distillery rec rectifying r c ctifying ¬
tifying and wholesale whiskY plant at atWilliams atWllllnms atWilliams
Williams In Yadkln county count There are areseventyfive areseventyfive areseventyfive
seventyfive witnesses some from Call1 Call CaUtornla Callfornia
fornia The purpose of the th trial Is to toshow toshow j
show that the defendants transported transportedand j
and sold thousands of gallons of whisky whiskYmore whiskymore j jmore i
more than their sworn reports to the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government for payment of taxes taxesREAL taxesm taxesREAL I IREAL
m
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TRANSFERSPearl
Pearl Pratt Morgan to Larfnda L rlnda P
VVilke lots 10 etc block 2 Rob Roberts Robert Roberts ¬
erts subdivision < 1 T TJames
James West to John W V Squires lot r fot ot
5 North End subdivision COO i iJohn I IJohn
subdlvislm
John W V Squires to Eleanor S Burt 0
lot 5 block 22 i plat D DAlbert 850
Albert A Spencer to Peter N NRourke NRourke NRourke S j
Rourke part lot 5 block 27 plat pllt F 3000 j jAlbert
Jart 30
Albert N Spencer to John Gray part
lot 5 block 25 = 5 o plat F 2800 2
Albert lbert N Spencer to J Alexander AlexanderJacob AlexanderJacobo j I
Jacobson Jacob on part lot 0 block 27 2 plat I I IP
F 3000 3000Albert ooo oooMbcrt
Albert N Spencer to Charles CharlesHeck M MHeekor MIleckor 80
Heekor Heck r part lot 5 block 27 > plat F 2900 2900Albert 2100Atbert 9
Albert N Spencer to D R Hughqy Hughqypart Hughopart Hugliopart
part lot 5 block 27 irfat fat F I 21XX 21XXMartha 3IJ 3IJMartha 2000durtha
f
Martha Edith Newman Nielson to toWilliam toWilam toWilliam
William Wilam H Brighton land In sec section secton seclIon ¬ i
lIon ton S township 2 south range 1 1east 1et 1east
east et eastW J
W J Halloran Haloran HaIiora to John B Shafer Shaferpart Shaf Shaferpart r rpart i
part lot 1 block bl ok W 3 il plat pIn t A 5000 5000P u000P O
P H Riley Riey to Henry C Hoffman Hoffmanblocks Hoftmanlocks Hoffmanblocks
blocks 1 and 2 2 Leauville Leadvie Place PlaceliaUlda PlaceMatilda T C CMatilda
Matilda liaUlda Mortescn to Charles ChRrlls Soren Sorenson sorent Soren7j Soren7json l >
son part lot 6 block C pInt ACfi ACfinitir A Ay U CQ CQOliver M
nitir Olvcr Oliver P t > DaLong r T to TXnn TQ Teia a TJn BlrtaJ Bartep rti Vik Viklots i ilots20
lots Iot lots20 20 and and2l 21 1 block bt k 4WQjitDrJpT 4 1 < t Drl W
AN HOUR HOURBEHINQ BEHIND BE HI NO TIME TIMEHwruiaii TJr TIMEParty E Ei
Hwruiaii i Party P Jasses assc Through ThroughOxaaha Though ThoughOmah ThroughO
Oxaaha O taha After Aftr Fast Fast Ride RideFom RideFomSa From FromSan PromnPrancio
San Sa lraiicisco nPrancioOjiiaha lraiiciscoOmaha Fncisco Fnciscoza1
Omaha za1 Oct oct S5jrA 5A A special speJa spedj l train tain having havingon ha Ing IngQ1
on Q1 board bo rd E H Harrmian Harrm Harrlrrj n and party ar arrived ar arrived ¬
rived rJv from trm the west at 325 S2 a a m today todayone toda todaon todayone
one on hour behind schedule time tme After AfterChanging Affr
Changing h nging engines and switching swiching to the thetracks thetl thetfcics
tracks tl c pfthe engne Northwestern road the tle train
left l t at 945 1 a m m It I was stated stted that no noattempt noattmpt noattempt
attempt attmpt njould ould be made made at fast running rnnIng
from fom here to Chicago Forty Fort hours hour wen wenconsumed wrconsumed wertconsumed
consumed In the run frpm San Francisco Franciscoto Francllo Franclloto
to Omaha OmahaGeneral OmahaGeneral
General Manager Mauler olllor of the Inion InionPacific rnionPfQJtl 1nionPaclficL
Pacific PfQJtl who wQonccOm1auled accompanied the Harriman Hnrrimnnjjartj Harrimanparty Hnrrlmanparty
party east e st from frm Cheyenne made th3 th3statement tl5 tl5statement thastatement
statement statementThe statementTh statement9h6
The Th Harriman special made the run runfrom runfrom runfrom
from San Francisco to Omaha In 33 3 hours hoursand hoursnd hoursand
and nd 54 6 minutes mln tes including all al stops for forwater foJ forwater
water coal and changing engineer the thedistance th thdistance thedistance
distance covered being 1787 178 miles milesThere mHshore mil2sThere
There hore is nothing special specal about this run runexcept runexcjpt runexcept
except excjpt that we e were simply expected to toreach torech toreocli
reach rech Omaha Omaha in order orde to adjust our ourselves ourfelves ouriseives ¬
selves felves to the conditions conditons east eastThe eastThcstatement eastThe
The Thcstatement statement made to the th effect efect that thatPrelident thatPresident i iPresident
President Prelident Roosevelt requested that the thospecial thespecial I Ispecial
special be run at a slower rate of speed speedis
is absolutely nbolutoly Incorrect as no such com communlcatlon cornmunicatlon I Imunlc
munlcatlon munlc ton was received from the presi president prestdent ¬ I Ident
dent dent and furthermore there was no ne necesBltyrfor neeSBityfor
cesBltyrfor esl for such s ch a communication communicaton as neI the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president rode over the Union Pacific Pacificlines Pacl Pacificlines
lines lnes last summer from Denver to Omaha Omahawhen Omahawhel Omahawhen
whel when the speed was still sti greater and he heexpressed heexpraed heexpresed
expressed expraed the trip hlmselfas hlmsels being delighted deJghted with withthe withthe withthe
Had trp there been a necessity for a faster fasterrun fastEt fastEtrun fasterrun
run it could culd have been made but we ac accomplished accomplshed accomplished ¬
complished complshed all al that was necessary in inmaking inml inipaldag
making ml lnS suitable uiAble connections connectons east eastMONDELL east eastMONDElL eastS
S 5 5MQNDELL
MONDELL IN WASHINGTON WASHINGTONWyoming WASHINGTONWyoring WASHINGTONWyornin9
Wyoming Wyoring Congressman Rustling Rusting in inthe inthe inthe
the Departments DepartmentsSpecial DepartmentsSpecial DepartmentsSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashingtqp Heral HeralWashlngtqp HeraldWashtngtgp
Washingtqp D C Oct 25 2Represent 2RepresentatvQ 25Represent 25Representative Represent Representative ¬
ative atvQ Frank Mondcll Mondel of Wyoming Is In InWashington inVashlJgton InWashpgton
Washington VashlJgton for a few civ days adjusting adjustingminor adjustng adjustngminor adjustingminor
minor local matters maters before departments departmentsparticularly departmpnt departmentsparUculayly
particularly partculaly the details detais of irrigation Irrigaton worK worKJn workIn workin
Jn In Wyoming and postal matters affect affecting afect afectIng affecting ¬
ing his state stateWhile 5tatehle stateMhlla
While hle not inclined Inclned to tota1t totallr talk of these af affairs affaIrs atairs ¬
fairs Mr Mocdell Mo del does talk on general generaltopics generaltopic generaltopics
topics topicsIn topic topicsin
In the opinion of Representative Representatvc Mondeli Mondelithe Mondel Mondeiithe
the coming congress cQngres will wI be an exceeding exceedingly ¬
ly I busy one and some Important legis legislation leglslato legislation ¬
lation lato will wl be l enacted Into law In my myjudgment myjudgment myjudgment
judgment said he we will wH pass a bill billon bU billon
on lines lfes of the BschTownsend bill bi to toregulate toeguJat6 toregulate
Of regulate eguJat6 railroad rairoad rates and terminal terminalcharges terminalcharles terminalcharges
charges charges The Th measure will wl be drawn on onlinesrecommendcd onlnesrecommended onlines1recommended
linesrecommendcd lnesrecommended charles by the president and andthistime andthistme andthistime
thistime thistme the bill bi will wf be so constructed constructedas
as to o answer the criticisms crJUcsms made against againstthe againstth againstthe
the th bill bi passed by the th house last winter j
It J will provide p1o11e for regulating regulatng nrlvate c ers ersand lT rs rsand
and terminal t rmlnal charges I think public publicsentiment publc publcsentment publicsentiment
sentiment sentment has not changed on chit hl fcuo UI uo uojest
jest ject unless It I Is more pronounced in fu favor a avor
vor of Ofsuch such legislation legislaton There is no ques question queston question ¬
tion ton In my mind about what the house housewill housewI housewill
will wI do We Ve will wi pass the bill bi as we did didlast didIlst didlast
last Ilst rarr 0 arr r But what the senate Eenle will wi do dowith dowJh dowith
with wJh It I should not like lke to undertake to togo toa toWhclnsked tosay
go say a y f
fWhen When Whclnsked asked if he thought there would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be any attempt < at tariff tarif revision Mr MrMondeli MrMondell r rondel
Mondeli ondel said sad While Whie it Is true that some someschedules somschedules someschedules
schedules of the Dingley tariff tax may maybe maybe naybe
be too high and duties could be lower lowerwithout lowerwlh lowerwithout
wlh without ut doing any harm to the protect protective prtect prtectIV protectire ¬
ire IV system still sti I do not regard the situ situatlpn situaton situation
atlpn aton ation of such a character as to demand dlmand dlmandnp demandapy I Iany
any np tariff tarif legislation legislaton at this tli3 time tme timePRANK
1 1DRANK
DRANK CHICAGO WHISKY WHISKYNevada WHISKYNevada WHISKYflevada
Nevada Ranchman Unable U to Locate LocateHimlclf LocateHimeif
Himelf Himlclf in Consequence ConsequenceChfcagp ConsequenceChfc3gp ConsequenceChjcagp
Chfcagp Oct 25 2A 25A A Mueller 1Iueler a ranch ranchowner I Iownertrom
owner ownertrom from Nevada attempted atempted to give giveaway glyeaway giveaway
away 0851 681 In front of tho Palmer house housethis hous housethis I Ithis
this morning He might have succeeded succeededhad succeededhad I Iha
had ha It I not been for Policeman Polceman O Peter Peteron Peterson
son on < who was attracted atrDcted by Muellers Mue1ers ac actions ncdQns actions ¬
tions When the policeman polceman neared Muel Mueller MuelJet Mudicr ¬
ler Jet the te Nevadan threw the money on the thesidewalk thesidewalk thesidewalk
sidewalk and called caled out Will Wi no one onetake onetale onetake
take It ItYes I itYes 7 7Ye
Yes Ye I will Wi said Peterson as he picked pickedup
up p the tb money mone and seized Mueller Mueler Peter Petereon Petereon i ison
eon believing beleving he li had in custody ono of ofthe oftho ofthe
the man who ivhoyesterday yesterday robbed a bank in inIndiana inIndiana inIndIana
Indiana took Mueller Mueler to the central po polce p0lice
lice station Mueller uelcr told the police polce he hehad hehad hehad
lce staton
had arrived In Chicago Tuesday and had haddisposed h haddisposed d ddisposed
disposed of several carloads of cattle catte at atthe atthe atthe
the stockyards He then left the place placeand pJaceand placeand
and wont out for a drink The he prisoner prisonerwas prlsonetwas nrlsonerwas
was unable unnllo to tell tel the police polee where he hehart hehnd liehad
hart been subsequently 8ubselUenty The money was wasplaced wasplaced as asplaced
placed In the treasurery treasurer vault at the thestation thestaton thestation
station and Mueller Mueler was turned over to tothe tothe tothe
staton the police olco surgeon for safe keeping keepingLACK keepingACK keepingLACK
I IIdaho
LACK OF OFEVIDENCE EVIDENCE EVIDENCEIdaho
Idaho Land Fraud Cases May Never NeverCome NeverCome NeverCome
Come to Trial TrialSpokane TrialSpokane TrialSpokane
Spokane Wash Yah Oct 25 25In In the land landfraud landfraud landfraud
fraud cases case at Moscow Ida today todayUnited todayUnIted todayUnIted
United States Attorney Atorne Rulck stated stted that thatthe thatthe thattin
the government was wa not satisfied satsfied satisfiedtho wlh wlhthe with withtho
tho evidence evfd nce at hand in the cases of Ket Kett KettEnbaugh
t jnbaugh Kester Jeter OKeeefe and Dwyer Dwyerand Dwyerahd Dwyerand
and there was a possibility possibity that unless unlessadditional unlessoddlUonal unlessadditional
additional oddlUonal evidence is secured they may maynever ma manevor maynever
never be tried He asked for continuance continuancetill contnuamc contnuamctm
till the spring term hlch was agreed agreedto j jto
to by the thedefendants defendants defendantf lIe e theory tleor is l that thatnew thatnew thatnew >
new indictments Indlct ent will wi oe IC found against againstthem againstthem j jthem
them by the present grand gand jury juryThe juryThe juryThe
The grand jury jur Irf at work and addi a additlonal di ditanat j
tional tanat indictments are expected in a few fewdays fewdays fewdays
days daysDEACON daysDEACON I IDEACON
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DEACON BLYDENBERG BLYDENBERGSENTENCED BL BLYDENBERGSENTENCED YDENBERGSENTENCED
SENTENCED FOR LIFE LIFEDCS LIFEDe
DCS De es Moines la r Oct 23E E S Blyden Blydenberg Blydenberg
berg must mUlt serve a life le sentence for the themurdep th themurder
murder murdet of his third wife le The supreme supremecourt supremecourt supremecourt
court today affirmed affrmed the sentence ot the thelower thelower thelower
lower court Two years ears ago a o at Eldorado EldoradoJJlydenberg Eldordo Eldordollydenberg EldoradoJhiydenberg
JJlydenberg llydenberg was convicted of murdering murderinghis
his third wife by giving her arsenic In Inthe inthe Inthe
the Sunday S1in ay dinner he prepared while whie the theother theother theother
other other members of the family famiY were at atohurch atohurch atohurch
ohurch Two other wives had also died diedmysteriously dletlmysterlousl diedmysteriouslY
mysteriously some ome years enrs ago and Bly i jdonberg idonb iderbe
donberg donb g had obtained their property propertyBJydenberg propertr propertyB1yenberg
BJydenberg BJycelberg was a a deacon in a r local loc localchurch i ichurch 1
church I It IHPftSE
4 4HORSE t
HORSE HPftSE THIEF THIEa CAPTURED CAPTUREDMedoraN CAPTUREDMedora 1
MedoraN Medora N D Oct 25 2Oto 25Otto Otto Chencl Chenclworth Chenelworth Chienelworth
worth who W11 110 It I is alleged < leged stole p0000 p0000worth 100 0009 0009worth
worth of horses from A C Huidkeper in
1001 an afterwards aferwards escaped ecaped fromjail tromjai has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
111
been captured in Wyoming Sheriff Sherit Reid Reidleft Reidleft Reidleft
left today tota with wih a requisition requisiton for Chenel Chenelworthg ChenelworthI Chenelworth
worthg worthI worth return to this state stateUpon i iUpon i iUpon
Upon My Honor HonorAs
As an n American Aercan Citizen CitizenI Ctzen CtzenI
I consider Paracamph First Aid to tothe tothe I Ithe
the Injured to be Americas most re reliable relable relIable ¬
liable lable Injred household remedy I fully fu1y be believe beIteYf beh1cy ¬
lieve IteYf and will wi guarantee Paracamph to tobe tobe tobe
be the quickest and surest relieving relievingand relievingand i iand
and healing healng agent ever offered ofered to the thepublic tle tlepUblc tIlepublic
public pUblc for or Burns Cuts Bruises Swell Swelltogs j i
It Is abso absolute j jlute
togs and Inflammations Infammatons I an I IJute
lute preventive preventve of Blood Poisoning for forwhich forwhich forwhich
which reason alone It should be kept keptIn keptin
in every home shop or factory Para Par Paracazuph j icamph
camph heals without leaving leDvlng ugly uglyscars uglycurB uglyscur
scars scur It I does not dry and scab scb but butactually butactualy butactually
actually actualy heals from frOn the bottom botom of the theTvound thewound thewound
wound up Paracamph is unequaled unequaiedfor unequaledorthe
for orthe the quick relief It gives in cases casesof casesof casesof
of Neuralgia Rheumatic Rh umatc Swellings SwellingsSore Semn SwelhInsSore s sSor
Sore Feet F t Sore Muscles Itching IchIng and andBurning andBurning andBurning
Burning Skin Itching Iching Piles Pies Insect InsectBites InsectBies InsectBites
Bites Bies Swellings Selngs and Inflammations Infammatons It Itis I Itis
is superior to old fashioned salves and andliniments andlniments andlinIments
liniments lniments arnica and vaseline vaselne for the thereason thereason thereason
reason that when applied appled It opens the thepores thepores
pores of ot the hc skin penetrates directly directlyto dIrecty dIrectyt
to t the seat of the ailment stimulates stimulatesthe stmulates stmulatesthe
the circulation removes the congestion congestionI congeston congestonand
and draws out all al soreness fever ever and andInfiamm andInflammation
inflammation Infiamm ton by inducing sweating sweatng I Iguarantee IGUtrantee Iguurantee
guarantee GUtrantee every ever bottle botto of Paracamph Paracamphto
to to do exactly e aoty what is claimed calmed for it itwhen I itwhen
when wh n applied appled as directed direced If I used as asadvised asnqvised asadvised
advised nqvised without giving the promised promisedresults promisedresults
results every retail retai druggist is author authori authorIzed
ized t ed to torefund refund the money Dont take takeany takeany takeany
any substitute fubstltute there Is nothing just justaa justas justas
as good a aV Paracamph Par1camph Par1camphsom
Sol som only in 25c 50c and 100 bottles bottlesby bottes bottesby botUesby
by all al good gOO druggists druJsists or r sent direct directE
E B Splcer SVl cr General Mannger Tho Thol ThoaZfl Thearcjtmph
arcjtmph mp1 Company Lusvle Loulsvihie Ky Kyjby
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No cost or care is i spared to tomake tomake I Imake
make our BOYS BO YS SHOES SHOESunequalled SHOESunequalled SHOESunequalled
unequalled in i1 inwearfit wear fit ft and andstyle aad aadstyle andstijie
style Every Eve1 Y pair guaran guaranteed g guaranteecia taran ¬ t tteed I
teed teedSizes teeciaSizes i iSize
Sizes Size 8 to 13 125 to 250 250Sizes 250Sizes 250izesi3
Sizes izesi3 13 13t + to 2 150 to 250 250Sizes 250Sizes 250Sizes
Sizes 2 2t ± to 6 175 1 75 to 350 350fiVERY 350V 3 50 50EVERYBOYwants
fiVERY EVERYBOYwants V RY BOY wants a pair of ofour ofowr ofitti
owr our highcut highcut boots for winter
LIVER
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wihout without them I was as troubled tronLle R cicat deal with withtorpid withtrpfd withtorpid
torpid trpfd liver lver and hetdacbe hedahe Jfmr CIea since Bi 1 taking tskful taktn taktnCascaret
Cascareu Candy Andy Cathartic Otuutic 1 feel tee Terr TIr much U neh better
I 18111 ahull certainly eerill recommend recolDllnd them to my friends friendsas
as a C the best beat medicine melipfne I I have hv eTer seen seenAnna sen senAuu ceennna
Anna nna DAzinet Osborn HiU 1 li No 2 Fall Fal hirer Rver3au Rver3auPleasn Mass MassBest 3faiee5t
Best e5t For ForThe rora rorcti
The Bowels BowelsCANDY
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Pleasant Pleasn Palatable 1a1Ibblo Potent Patent Taste Tas Testecssipo Good Gn Do Good God
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gold 10id in bulk bull 1ha 15 hl gennlne ennln tablet tble stamped ItAtped QUO au o
Guaranteed Onararteed to t cure or your money back backSterling backSterlng backSterling
Sterling Sterlng Remedy Co C Chicago or NY 6ot 6otANNUAL 6r 6rANNUAL oe oeMINUAL
ANNUAL SALE TEN MILLION MIL ION BOXES BOXESo BOXESM1ftWDMRCO
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145 15 Main 1laln Street Progress Bldg BldgCOMPLETE BldgCOMPLETE
COMPLETE LINE OF OPMENS OFMN1S OFMENS i
MENS MN1S CLOTHING CLOTHNG and HATS HATSFURNISHING HTSJ HTSJFNISHING RATSFUBNISRING
FURNISHING FNISHING GOODS GOODSBoys GOODSBoys
C CBoys
Boys and Childrens Suits SuitsGREAT Suit t 4 4GREAT
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN ALL ALLDEPARTMENTS ALLDEPARTMENTS LL LLDEPARTMENTS
DEPARTMENTS DEPARTMENTSWe 4 4We
We carry only the Most Satis Satisfactory Sats Satsfactor Satisfactory
factory factor WellFinished YelFinlshed Upto UptoDate UptoDate UptoDate
Date and Lasting Lstig Goods GoodsHerald GoodsHerld GoOdsI GoOdsHerald
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j DEMOCRATIC CIT CiTY TICKEr TICKErI TICKETMayor
Mayor MayorRICHARD MayorRICHARD ayo ayoRIHARD
I RICHARD RIHARD Attorney Atorney P MORRIS MORRISAttorney MORRISAttorney ORRISAtorney
WILLIAM H BRAMEL BRAMELRecorder BRMEL BRAMELRecorder
Recorder RecorderJOHN RecorderJOHN RecorderJOHN
JOHN S CRITCHLOW CRITCRLOWTreasurer
Treasurer TreasurerJOSEPH TreasurerJOSEPH TreasurerJOSEPH
JOSEPH E CAINE CAINEAuditor CAINEAudior CAINEAuditor
Auditor AuditorM Audior AudiorM
M F CUNNINGHAM CUNNINGHAMDEMOCRATIC CUNNINGHAMDEMOCRATIC CUNNINGHAMDEMOCRATIC
DEMOCRATIC COUNCILMANIC COUNCILMANSTICKET COUNCILMANICTICKET
TICKET TICKETFirst TICKETFirst TICKETFirst
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Long Lng Term TermGRANVILLE Termr TermrGRA ThrmGRANVJLtIS
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Short Term TermL Ter
L R BSecond MARTINEAU MARTINEAUSecond IARTINAUSecond
Second Municipal MuniclpaiWard MuniclpaiWardLong Ward WardLone WardLonl
Lone Lonl Term TermDAVID TermDA TermDAVID
DAVID DA YID StARGETTS StARGETTSShort 1fGETTS 1fGETTSShort MARGETTSShort
Short Term TermGEORGE TermGEORGE TermGEORGE
GEORGE G SMITHS SMITHSThird S SM1TILThird fTH fTHThird
Third Municipa Ward WardLong WardJon WardLong
Long Jon Term TermJOHN Ter TerI TermJOHN
JOHN HOLEiEY HOLEiEYShort aOLI IIOLBBYShort
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I F It S PERNSTIiOM PERNSTIiOMFourth FERNSr FERNSTROMFourth O I IFourth
Fourth Municipal Ward WardLong WardLong WardtLong
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W V J TUDDENHAM TUDDENHAMFifth TUDDENHM TUDDENHMFifh TUDDENHAMFifth
Fifth Fifh Municipal Ward WardLong WardLong WardLong
Long Long Term TermDR TermDR TermDR
DR S C BALDWIN BALDWINShort BALDWINShort BALDWINShort
Short Term TermWILLIAM Term TermWILLLI TermWILLIAM
WILLIAM WILLLI R WALLACE WALLACEHerald WALLACEHerald VALLCE VALLCEHerld
Herald Herld Want Ads Bring 1rg Results Resuts
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TONIGHT TOIIGRTLAST LAST TIME TIMEFirst TIMEFirst r
First Iirst Time Tj In Salt Lake the h AHSurpas AHSurpasing AllSurpasslug urpa3
ing Modem Operatic Opertc OperatlcComedy OperatlcComedyTHE Comedy ComedyTWO ComeY ComeYTHf
THE GIl GIRL FROM fOM KA HAYS HAYSTWO YS YSTVO
TWO YEARS IN LONDON LONDONONE LONDONQNE LONDONONE
ONE YEAR IN NEW NW YORK YORKSixty YORKSixt YORKSixty
Sixty Sixt accomplished ac < omps1e Comedians Sins Sinsand Slfser Slfserand Singers Singersand
and Dances Dn Dan ers rs including includingBOBEY tntludlug tntludlugBOBE includingBOBBY
BOBBY Y NORTH NORTHNext NORTHNext NORTHNext
Next Attraction Atrction Saturday Snturdn Oct Oct 28 th tharising Ult UltLaning tItlLansing
Laning Lansing arising Rowan Co In CAMILLE CAMILLEPopular CAMILLEPopular CAM1LLEPopular
Popular Prices Price Ma latn Matinee tinea 3So aa c to all allSafe ail allSale
Sale opens today todayPELTON todn todayNEW
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COMMENCING TONIGHT TONIGHTOtis TONIGHTOUa TONIGHTOtis
Otis B Thayer and Gertrude Bondhill Bondhillthe BondhH 1 1the 1the
the Great Rural Comedy ComedyBeginning ComedySweet ComedySweet
Sweet Clover CloverBeginning
Beginning Sunday Sunda Night ight THE WH1TU WH1TUTIGRESS WIIlTlTIGRESS VliITLTIGRESS
TIGRESS OF JAPAN JAPANNight JAPANNight JAPANNight
Night Price 25c tee T5c oK Matinee MatineeLAST aUnee aUneelYRIC 2 2LYRIC >
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IAST TWO NIGHTS OF OFWeek OFSam OFSam
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MAY MA HOWARDS HOW A > S EXTRA EXTRAVAGANa EXTRAVAGANaNight VAGAN2V VAGAN2VNight V AGANa AGANaNight
Night prices 25c C SOc 76c Matinees Matineescents Matineescents J Jcents
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AUDITORIUM AUDITORIUMFriday AUDITORIUMFriday AUDITORIUMFriday
Friday October 2 27
815 P M MThe MThe MThe
The PortlandNewhall com company company cornpany ¬
pany Male Quartette and Bell BellUingers BelllUngers BeltRingers
Ringers Admission M cents centsCourse centsCourse centsCourse
Course or single tickets may be bereserved b breservPd breserved
reserved at general office officePRESCRIPTION officeGODBEPITTS officeGODBEPITTS
GODBEPITTS GODBEPITTSPRESCRIPTION GODBEPITTSPR
PRESCRIPTION PRESCRIPTIONDRUGGISTS PRESCRIPTIONDRUGGISTS PR ESCRIPTI ON ONDRUGGISTS
DRUGGISTS
101 SOUTH MAIN STREET STREETClayton STREETClayton STREETCytonMucCa1
Clayton CytonMucCa1 CytonMucCa1Leading Music Go GoLeading CoLeading
Leading Music Dealers
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SELLING SE IN FAST THfpB TH THEflE ARE NONE BETTER THEY EYi1SE TJSE LESS LESSGOAL LESSGoAt LESSCOAL
GOAL THAN ANY OTHER HEATER HEATEROUR HEATERI HEATERouaSTAR HEATEROUR
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