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I L 12 THE SALT LAKE HERALD SUNDAY Y OCTOBER 29 1905 19O SECTION ONE
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Prince i 1ili e Louis of Battenberg BattenbergSJPATOR 13a BanbergSENATOR nberg
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SENATOR S E AJ QR PROCTORS ROCT RS GRAFT GRAFTHOWNMoLEAN GRAFTi GRAFTHOW1LEAN
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avW w lpcaily J nationally 2atI naUy generally generallybQftu lenerallyL generallyb4th
bQftu L If Ult it wasnt wam t a peace I conference conferencei confeneeitirU ujnfeeneeltYw
i itirU ltYw Wts Wiam of football legislation legislationOP
OP ompthhHretlae It bltr bIe more or lwi l i impor important importnt hnportrL ¬
tnt This i week He is much muc in U Ute e pub pubUc4Min publ pub1lcujn
Uc4Min l tn ala to M gQptera > uUern trip tti wh w wire re he heha heenthu heis
ha is urtfuaeft r iiae treat ea enthusiasm enthu lasm by the thein thel thenin
in l nin m tic quality which hich he is able to toinfnat t tdfuis i ii
i infnat fuis Into hfa blplatitude platitude as a to good cit citi citlJlldp i
i lJlldp ea Wp p
pAlice Alice Has iI Returned ReturnedAJie Returnethi i iMtIIII
MtIIII i AJie AJl e RooaeveUti R OIIeell return return to tohiaf toWashlgton
Whlton hiaf ton means m iwinethlnjr methl of ti1al a so social MOI ¬
cial al reorganisation It would not be In Inhuman Lu1tin I
human nature for the presidents presidentsdauLhter preaidentsi preaidentedIUer
dauLhter d to ignore i re aotne ne of the theob ob obM obut
M ier6t1GlJlnaadfabout rv 0aiM made about ut her by the com comtlmt OOQPUlIoIuI m mpsnlona I
PUlIoIuI of her voyage There iaI a litory turyflL
tat Mrs flL New Newinnds lands and she had b ul u uhiifct ahliit
hiifct llUlKIrat4ndin mtauitd r > t ndinx on the jour jouruey journey jouruey I
uey out from Manila Miss Roosevelt Rooseveltfailed Ro flo4soveltfeUd sevelt seveltf4U4Id
failed to respond Je to Mrs Jfewiands Jfewiandslooming ewtands ewtandsmorning
looming greeting < xvhereaa abe be was wa wawya al alwI U Uwaya
waya willing to chat b u by the hour witty wittyth wtthjtb wlthjtl
th tl genial lal senator from Nevada How However 1I0W1 Howevr ¬
ever ev aU t those OIIe who have lived l ved in 11 Wash Washington Wuihlngton lith lithJncton ¬
ington during the past two years know knowwell knowwefl II IIwell
well oa9 of the royal pcrocatfves of the theeifeet theeA theeldest
eldest eA t child orthe chief executive She Shewould Shewould
would speak ape k to whom she ii I1Ha iieMed ed ed at atthe attbe atthe I
the White Hus Uc < reception on the thestreets theMreet
streets or in private homes The pres president lweaIdent res resident ¬
ident it to said would be grateful It ifMr ItMr I
Mr 11 Nicholas Lonjrworth should be beseised beHtbIed be141ied
seised with a desire to serve his coun country eountry ¬
try in the wilds of South Africa or in inNome InHOllIe inHome
Nome place remote from a cabin and andaitair andpOSt andpoet
pOSt jIe I heartily > Ik of the whole wholstratr wholeaffair
affair The rumors which whl h constantly constantlycrop oonstauUyrop conatauLlytrop
crop rop up to the th effect that Mm Mr r Long LongMrorth Lon Lonwortb Longworth
worth in opposed to her h r noils inclina inclination Inllnatlon Inelinatiots ¬
tion ia a moat Irritating feature Mr MrLongworth tIrl MrLoagwoth
Longworth according to th the latest has hastoM hu hatold
told one 0 on of hia close friends that he hecannot hecaDDOt heeanDot I
cannot afford WON to marry on 5060 a year yeara4 y NeariM r rJt
a4 this u la all be can call hIM own if ifinmjmna itt iflnn
t lnn inmjmna does not open the i puree PUrMBtr pureeUneI > unw unwstrJnpa
strJnpa Btr
Unele Sam Should Pay PayK PayH Pay1t
K la 1 to be fervently hoped that Ad Admiral Adntjral AdmJral ¬
miral JSvana vans will succeed in getting a adecent adeoent adecent
decent appropriation from headquar headquarters headquarten headquartots ¬
ten toward defraying the expense exen o of ofthe ottbe ofthe
the entertainment of the English oftl oftlcera omLel1J otilcers
cera who whjllt Prince Louis of Battenbarg Battenbargarriyea Battenb Battenbargarrjye lg lgamv
arriyea amv at Annapolis iu IWXt xt week e4k 4ho 4hoinvitation l1hobliaUon Fihoiavltatlun
invitation or acceptance for this visit visitwas visitvu Islt IsltVa
was pot ot send or received in the name nameof nameot nameof
of th the officers om 1f who will be taxed to pay paythe PRYtbe paythe
the bill This is I an international naval navalevent lIavalevet navaleveat
event and as a suchshould such should be paid by b bthe
the tuition not by the underpaid offi officers omera 0111core ¬
era who are unfortunate enough to IHJ IHJon heon beon
on duty dot1n in the tbtNorUI North Atlantic fleet The Thefinancial Th ThrtnanctaJ Theflniei
financial straiTs of the > officers offl er who had hadto hadtt hadto
to pay the bill for entertaining the he Ger GerTIWMS GernMUta GerYogia
TIWMS at Kielthree KtfI thrtf year lgo go were de deVlorable deJllctrabe detlurable
Vlorable One man whose > salary Has Hasloaa wa wa1oa a
loaa than 250 5Oe and who wh unfortunate unfortunatey ¬
ly y haw a a family to support found his hisassessments hi hi80 Itiaaesameute
assessments so heavy that he killed killedl klUedliNlelt killed1tlmef
l imef > Other nations realise rea Use the lh in inUirnattonal Inr hiternatlonsi
Uirnattonal r aUonal eourte e6tletty y in exchanging din dinners dinlien dinien ¬
lien and receptions and provide money mon y yo
fo o such necessary nece ary expenses eXJ IUIetI It any anyet Hu Huhoe7 any1o7
hoe7 eaf1 g get et t the money It will be Ad Admiral Adiniral d dmlnal ¬
miral Evans for he is not dubbed dubbedFighting dubbtd11cItlDI dubbed1Igktln
Fighting Bob for empty nothings nothingsSomething nothlngllSomething nothingaSomething
Something of a Graft GraftSenttor GraftlU Graft4nsor
Senttor lU tor Proctor roclM of Vermont V rh1ont has not notidled notdIed t tIdled
idled hi time in Washington Wa5hiu on during duringmany dmjnKJnaD7 duringirnin
many irnin weeks spent nt here the past at sum summer summer summar ¬
mer He has h captured for his hl quarries quarriesthe quarritttlthe quarrieethe
the contract of furnishing the marble marblefor marblcfor marblefor
for the new senate office building Sen Senators Senato Sonators ¬
ators ato > Ctilium and Gallingur formed the thecommittee thewhich theommitLee
committee which decided upon the bki bkiAlthough blQ hksMthougt
Although Altho Senator Proctors concern concernwaa COUt8rnwq concernwas
was not the lowt bidder this thi cloee closeommlttee cloeeommlttM cloee4ommtttes
ommlttee of two agreed rd that the Vet Vermonter Yelnlonter Vetmonter
monter would feel more nore at home in M Mstructure atstructm astructur
structure built out of his h own marble marbleTheur ftlarblerhea marbleTheti
rhea too Important mattery inatter are coin coining comine coinlug ¬
lug up this session and reciprocity is isthe isthe isthe
the lire of legislation legislationCunning legtalatlonCunning leglalatlonCunning
Cunning of McLean McLean1Tiie McLeanThe McLeanThe
The tory bow John R R McLean Lean se secured ecur socurod ¬
cured cur control of theWaahlngton Post Posti8 Posti8intetAUuR ia iainteresting IsintresUug
interesting It shows that Mr McLean McLeanhaa 11cLeanbaa McLeanhaa
haa loi 1 none of his cunning Not Notmany NotmlUty Notmany
many weeks eeka ago he decided to secure secureait secureau secureit
ait it interest in one of the Washington Washingtonnewspapers WashingtonZeWspa41e1i rashlnton rashlntonne
newspapers ne pper8 His HI Held was restricted restrictedto re trlctoo trlctooto
to the Post no Interest in the other pa papers pac paIer ¬
pers c Ier being tot sale The control of the thePoat thePoat thePost
Poat property rested with the > Wilkins Wilkiusfamily Wilkinsfamily Wilkinsiainily
family Betirmc ReUr from congress Beriah BeriahWtlkina BeriahViJklna BeriahVI1na
Wtlkina and Frank Hatton who had hadl hadIiee
l Iiee > ee postmaster potm taa 8ter general as well as a aongressman an aonjressmafl
< ongressman n built up the property propertyWllkins pro propertyA rty rtyWilkin
A Wllkins In charge of the t business bu nN8 office officeand oftioeand oftkeand
and Hatton directing the edjtorlal pol policy poliCY policy ¬
icy When the lamented Hatton died diedhis diedhfa diedhis
his interest t reverted to his wjdow wow and andfroat andfrotP andfrogi
froat her in after years Beriah Wilkins Wilkinspunrnaaed Wilkinsulrbued WilkinsJULIhSO5d
punrnaaed it It John Wilkins a son took tookup tookup tookup
up tINt management of the pal paper er r upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the death d IL b of his father and it was wa he hewha bewbe hewho
who was U prevailed dlecS upon by Mr Me McLean MeLean MeLeuXt ¬
Lean to consider an offer for a half halfitjlejeetin hltiutflfNtlin halfitmteettn
itjlejeetin the property The Tb Wilkinse WilkInere Wilkinsesero Wilkinseere
ere to retain as a much Interest as he hepurchased hepur hePurChiwd
purchased pur bul d
dWilktM
Wilicins Was Duped DupedIttil Dupedut
Ittil It unknown U tkllOwn what l al inducen indoceuta euts pre prevailed preaiIed peeatId ¬ I
vailed Hpon the tt e members of the Wll Wllkin WilkIn
ki kin family fa and caused them to enter entertain entertalll entertahi
tain Mr Lr l McLean Lean > proposition propo They Theydid Theyr Theydid
r did however ever decide to sell onehalf onehalfof
of fheir holdings for a consideration considerationstated conaideratJonstated coneideratlonsilted
stated at t WOOOoe UOO An Anacreement agreement was wasdrawn wasdWB wasdrawn
drawn mnder nder which the tb eoual owners ownersof ownersof ownersof
of UnT tho property agreed a reed that Mr Ir Mc McLean McLeatt McLeap ¬
Lean should have editorial control and andthat andf andthat
that f fJatk Wilkins ilkill Hhuuld be business businessJnanager businessmanager 8 8nanagel
manager The dar lll rrived when Mc 1
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Lt41 Leg i uuder UitOCj the aGt ainapt tabpuid shQuld lay laybcr SPayexer
ftvcr the nurchaae lae ppfc ptllee pX fend hflt receive receivethe 1eceivethe receivethe
the stock k the sale Ie vtg ne S jpojnpletdd nptet dl all alldetails alldetails U Udeta
details were disposed of 04 the transfer Itranseroould transfercould tranefercould
could not be raealled Then McLean McLeanproflueod McL 1n 1nproQueoo nnProdused
proflueod ten shares of stook Inthe Inthecompany Inrthecompany Inthocompany
company which had been owned by byUriah bytn byUziah
Uriah Painter and which MoLoan MoLoanpurchased McLeanpurehased
purchased pureha ed from the eatate est te after nt Paint Painters PallitCrs t trs ¬
I ers rs death John Wilkins had over overlooked overlooked overlookM ¬
looked this stock With tbfese tb ten tenshares ten8bres tenshares
shares in addition tothe to t11 half Inter Interi Intereat
I i est he had purehasqd pqrehaaQdfrQnl from the Wil Wllt Wilkips Wilkips
t kips family McLean hae hfItJ41bsoJute hs absolute con controlof control eontrol ¬
trolof trol of the property The Th The Wilkin Wmdnjos Wmdnjosare WI1kInozare os osare
are heartbroken John collapaed collap ed afnd afndhas ndhas irudhas
has been hastened huatenedto to the thevirglnla Virginia l hot 110taprinctJ hotsprings > ot otsprings
springs aprinctJLoomis
Loomis on the Payroll PayrollIndiscreet PayrollfIndIBereet PayrollJindtereet
fIndIBereet Indiscreet Loomis s sems enis endowed endowedwith endowedwith endowedwith
with the nine nln Hves of a cat at and to topossess toP topseas
possess the feline characteristic of al always 1 1waya lwys ¬
ways Hailing tIlllin upon Ifill 1TI ma feat One day dayLoomta dti dtiLOODaMI dyLooiiIe
Loomta lays I down hi official caves cares aDd atidretires aDdtttira andret1re
retires from the office of f assistant sec secretary secretaT eecrotary ¬
rotary of state where by y hi hio bungling bunglinghtt ung1Jngb
htt b baa been a source of annoyance annoyanceto annoftnceJ
J I to the president and congressmen congres mel1 and andthe andI andm
m the next day welearn cearn that Loomis L oml5 in inMead InMead instead
Mead of retiring to private life is i to tobecpme tome tObecome
I become me a sort of confidential adviser adviserto
to the tb secretary IteCreta of state There is some someuncertainty someuncertainty omeuneertalnty
uncertainty as to j Jt st what wh t Loomis Loomiswork Loomiswork
I work is to be bit there Is L no doubt doubtwhatever doubtwhatever doubtwhatever
whatever that he will remaIn upon the theing
roemment payrolls For the tIme be beIn beIng
ing In he will be assigned al1 Jgnod to the place plaoewhieh placewhich
which John A Xaason of Iowa a tariff tariffexpert tltrJCfexpert tarlffexpert
expert > occupied when he > wan ofllciaily ofllciailyknown offlcial1Ykno omelallyknown
known kno n as a specal comm commt1 commaeJoner sjoner pled plenipotentiary pledpotentiary
potentiary undt undfr r the tarIff act and was wnBemuted whentrusted
entrusted with the taskjgf ta tas Of negotiating negotiatingreciprocity negotiatingreciprocity
reciprocity treaties When Kasson be jieexne e
came convinced that the senate could couldnot couldnot
not be e induced l11du to ratify aut reciprocity reciprocitytvties
treaties he 1t In t di dicult ust abandoned his htswork j jwork
work and would have nothing nothln more to todo j
do with Jth the office officeHad oftlceHad
Had Nothing N thinQ thIn to Do DoThere Dorhere DoThere
There were at the time upon tbe Ihepay Ihepayroil the pay payroll aY aYroll ¬
roll ae MMtetants tll lstants taJlts and clerks el to Mr MrKasson Mrn MiIasm
Kasson n three tbr men Altnotifh AlthOtWhhey 1Unun they they have haveperformed haveperf haveperformed
performed perf nned no worRl worktboemjse ar 1bee8 because se since the theabsence theabsence
absence a btfence of Mr Kasson there has been beennone beenl1OI1e beenunite
none for them to perlom yet th they theyhave Y Yhae y yhae
hae managed to hold h td on to the good goodpromoted goodthing
thing One of them h ha t recent1 recently been beenpeonmtd
promoted to become chief of a bureau bureaulit
lit the state department and his hl place placein
in this mysterious room where reel reciprocity teciproclty reelprocity ¬
procity treaties were at one time ne negotiated Jfigo negotlated ¬
gotiated go tedJuUJ Jia hsa been n taken by a man who whobecause wlWbecauH whoheeaue
because of o his habits was a8 dismissed dismissedfrom dismissedfrom dismissedfrom
from the army ftrm With ith a force orc of three threeclerks threederks threeclerks
clerks who have been called upon to todo todo todo
do no more arudous work than draw drawtheir drawtheir drawtheir
their salaries Iindiscreet Loomis will willproceed williroeeed 111 111Jr
proceed Jr eed to do what To T advise the thesecretary thesNrelaJ3 thesecretary
secretary of Estate To negotiate reci reciprocity roclpro tee teeproity ¬
procity pro lty < treaties It has been demon demonstrated demonirtratetl demonstated ¬
stated beyond a doubt that the sen senate senwilt sonate ¬
ate will not ratify such treaties Sooner Sooneror
or later we shall learn the reason Loo Loomis Loumis ¬
mis is retained in the state statedonnrtmeut dooartinent dooartinentand doartiiiezitand
and not permitted to GIve his mitten attention attcntion mittentEen ¬
tion to Me ls pressing pre slng business affairs affairsLoebs affairsLoebs affairsLoebs
Loebs Mouth Buttoned ButtonedAfter ButtonedAfter
After theunfortunate the unfortunate incident due to toSecretary toSecretary
Secretary Tafts discussion dlscu ion of Secretary SecretaryMetcalf SecretaryMetcalf
Metcalf the th president decided to pro prohibit prohlbft proItibit ¬
hibit his cabinet officers from fromklCscuss fafseuss fafseussing 1fneusslug
ing cabinet meetings and entrusted entrustedthat entrustedthat entrustedthat
that great responsibility r to his com communicative communieaUve corninunleative ¬
municative secretary Mr lr Loeb For Fortwo Fortwo Fortwo
two weeks tho experiment has been beentried beentried beentried
tried and nd as was to have been ex expected exiected ¬
pected Mr Ir Loeb in keeping l pin with his hisrecord hisleeor lilarecerj
record has been a dismal failure The ThenewupHflfer lheneWtfJMIP Thenewupaper
newupHflfer r correspondents is applying to totheir totheh totheir
their friends in th time cabinet from whom whomthey whennthey whomthey
they have been in the habit of learn learning 1E learning firn firnIn ¬
ing In < cabinet cabi tet secrets have been directed directedunder dir directedunder cted ctedunder
under the residents tre idents instructions to tosee tosee tosee
see Mr Ir Loeb Mr Loeb looking as aswise nswitte aswise
wise as an owl has consistently re replied rellied replied ¬
plied I have nothing to announce announceThe unuounceThe announceThe
The whole proceeding became such aucl1u aucl1uJokt a ajoke ujoke
joke that the president pre ltlent could not re restrain 1eItrain icstrain ¬
strain his laughter Mr Ir Loeb L b as llS i a at li lichronIcler iichronicler
chronIcler of cabinet affairs wassucli wassucliat 5 such sucha
a t complete failure that the president presidentat
at cabinet meeting told his official orn lal ad advisors adililenl alimcrs
visors that some me other urraiigemcni urraiigemcnimust m ttir ¼ iigethfitt iigethfittniust ige 1 f fmultl
must be made Some member of the thecabinet tnecabinet thecabinet
cabinet probably Secretary Taft or orSecretary orSectetary orSecretary
Secretary Cortelyou will be selected to tosire toIT togtre
sire IT to the newgpaperg areport Il report of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the cabinet proceedings and relieve relieveMr relhwer relieveMr
Mr r Loeb of this too great responsi responsibility responsIbIHt responsibfllty ¬
bility bilitySOLD bIHt bflltySOLD
lIB lIBSOLD
SOLD AT GOOD PRICES PRICESBeoent PRICESReoent
Recent Auction of Uintah Reserva Reservation Reservation Beservation ¬
tion lots Satisfactoryto to Inte Interior luteS
I rior nor Department DepartmentSpecial DepartmcntSpecial DepartmentSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWuhlngton HeraldWashington
Washington Oct 2S 28Tlo Te govern government government governmeat ¬
ment exp expects cts to realize upwards of
100 100004 from the sale of town lots at atDuehesne atDuchesne atDuchesne
Duchesne My 1oCyton ton antj an < Randlett on the theUintah theUlntah theTJIntah
Uintah Indian reservation though it itmay itma itmay
may ma b be a year or more before all the thelots th thlots thelots
lots are disposed of Out of 3000 lots lotsonly lotsooh lotsonly
only 277 77 have been sold soldto to date andit anditis and it
is the intention to suspend further sales salesuntil salesuntil salesuntil
until next spring probably in April or orMay orlay orMay
May MayToday Mayriay lay laylOOay
Today Secretary Hitchcock HIt hc Ck approved approvedthe
the appraisal of lots in these threetownii three threetowns threetowns
towns as drawnup drawn up by the commission commissionrecently comanllliitonrecently corninisalonrecently
recently sent > to Utah In round num numbers numbers numhers ¬
bers this commission estimated Wtimtl ted 8S7 8S7lots > S1 S1Iota STlots
lots of Duehesne to b be be worth orth 80OQO 80OQOprices 80iOooprices 8O000prices
prices ranging from Sl 1 1 to 1000lordlng 1000 ac according mucording ¬
cording to t location n There are approx approximately approximately approxImately ¬
imately 1150 lots at Mytou valued all allthe alltbe allthe
the way f fom onv i 5 to 75 each e ch while whilevalues whilevalues whilevalues
values in Rndlett where there threare are 9M 9Mlots 950Iota ihOlots
lots range from 3 3 to J1SOO OO The more moreexpensive Qoreexpenshe moreexpensive
expensive lots are located in the busi business bUR1nessseetlon bu1neassection ¬
ness nessseetlon section and are especially large largeAt lar largeAt e eAt
At the recent auction according to tothe tothe tothe
the report received today toda t S103SS was wasrealized wasrealized as asreallsed
realized from the sale of 277 lots whoso whosoappraised wl whoseUpraised t tpraiaed
appraised praiaed value was hut SSIGlt SO indicat indicating HUCt indlesing ¬ I
ing that top th most deetrtbte dMtr deslrtbleproperty bJe property la laeach htlah Ineach
each town will w 1 when wh n sales lea are re re resumed resumed resumed ¬
sumed bring price above the ap appraised appra18ed appra1ed ¬
praised value valueSuch valueSuch valueSuch
Such lots ae are not sold at t public publicauction publicauction mbltcauction
auction next burng spring will bepomo me gub gubJtet iubj gubjct
Jtet to entry entl under ttfwnaite laws at atfbelr Ktt1ietr atflick
flick apRTaised a 1H value but butno no lots li un under under under ¬
der any circumstances can be sold for forless forleu forless
less than the price fixed by the ap appraisers appralsera appraisers ¬
praisers praisersSPANISH pralseraII praisersSPANISH
II IISPANISH
SPANISH CRUISER SINKS SINKSFerral SINKSFerraJ SINKSFerral
Ferral Spain Oct JR Srhe The Spanish Spanisharmored Spanisharmored pltnlliharmored
armored cruiser Cardinal Cardb l Cisneros sank sanknear sapltnear sapknear
near Muros province of Corunna to today fo foda today ¬
day da after striking a rock The crew crewwere crewwer crewwere
were saved
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iromptly romptlyand and thoroughly as does > S S S and thousands throughout the theountry theo theottntry
ountry o ltt1 try cured of such diseases arc daily recommending it to others simi siraiarly simiarty 2fli 2fliarl3r
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Writes a letter to J P Morgan of ofWall pfWaU ofWall
Wall Street Fame PameLATTER FameL FameLATTER
LATTER L TTER IS I 1 WINDY CITf CITfALLEGED CITtALLEGED CIfl CIflALLEGED
ALLEGED SETTLEMENTOF SETTLEMENTTOF1RAC SETTLEMENTTOF1RACTION TRAG TRAGTION ftAC i iTION
TION QUESTION QUESTIONChicago QUESTIONChicago J JChIOft
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Chicago ChIOft Oct 28 28Mayor Mayor M or Dunne tak taking tal taling taL taLlug ¬
ing cognizance co Izauee of a statement attribu attribui attIIbu1 attIIbu1ted attributed
i ted to J J P Morgan that tlJl t the Chicago Chicagotraction Chicagotraction Chicagotraction
traction questibn que > Ubn had been settled tt1ed to today today today ¬
day sent a letter to Mr Ir Morgan ask asking usking aaklug ¬
ing an explanation Mr 11 Morgan is isi isnow isnow
i now in Chicago C iClo Mayor ayo Dunne says saysthe SllJSthe saysthe
the traction question is still unsettled unsettledThe unsettledThe unsettledTime
The mayors letter follows foUowsI foUowshIy followsMy I
1 My Dear Sir Sirt In the morning press pressyou prossyou prosyou
you are quoted In speaking of the all allimportant allimportant allimportant
important traction question which is isagitating isagitating isagitating
agitating seriously serlousl the people of this thiscommunity
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community as saying sa lng that it the tracr tracrtion tlaction
tion question is settled A gentleman gentlemanof I Iof
of your standing and importance in inthe iiithe I Ithe
the financial world is not In the habit habitof habitof
of making rash unreliable or statements statementsin
in matters involving many millions of ofdollars ofdollars ofdollars
dollars dollarsIf
If the traction question which in interests intere Interests ¬
terests tere ts the citizens of Chicago to toextent the theextent ti tiextent
extent of over 100000000 has been beensettled beenlettld beenettled
settled it Ithu has been settled without the theknowledge theknOWkdgeof theknowledg0
knowledge of the mayor ma or of this city
It It has been settled iIe tlM the he settlement settlementis settlem rtt rttIii
is a surprise to the two millions of ofpeople orpeople ofpeople
people of this community T who have havebeen havebeemi
been under the impression that the city citycouncil cItycouncil cItycouncil
council and the mayor are now seri seriously sent serilously sentcushy
ously engaged in considering the great greatqueation greatqu greatQiiestidn
queation queationThe qu QiiestidnThe tl n nThe
The news new of the settlement is Qf ofgreat Qfgreat qfgreat
great importance to this great com community conmunity conimunity ¬
munity as a well as to myself Will Willyou WillJTou Willyou
you kindly inform me when and where wherethe wherethe
the settlement was a8 made who repre represented represented represented ¬ I
sented the lractioncompnnies traction companies and who whorepresented whorepresented whorepresented
represented the city in this settlement settlemento
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how ho o was the settlement arrived at and andwhat andwhat andwhat
what methods were used to settle it itWithout ItWithout itwithout
Without bringing the attention of the theexecutive thepxecuUve theexecutive
executive of this city to the terms of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the settlement t Will you also kindly
inform me what are the terms and con conditions condltions eonditions ¬
ditions of the settlement settlementMorgans settlementMorgans settlernentMorgans
Morgans Reply ReplyChicago ReplyCHicRgO ReplyChicago
Chicago Oct 28 2SLate Late this afternoon afternoonthe afternoonthe afternoonthe
the following reply was received from
Mr 11 Morgan by the mayor mayorHon maorHon mayorHon
Hon Edward F Dunne DunneDear DunneDoor DunneDear
Dear Sir SIrI I bog to acknowledge acknowle ge the thereceipt thereceipt thereceipt
receipt of otyour your letter of this date and
to same will reply repl r that the statement statementjou stfiten1eJ1t stfiten1eJ1tou
you ou refer to as being accredited to tome me
in a reported interview that the trac traction tractlon ¬
tion question is settled is absolutely
without foundation and I need hardly
add that I fully understand underllnntl that there
has been nd n settlement of tho traction tractionquestion tractionquooUon tractionquestlon
question Very respectfully re8p tfuJl yours yoursJ ours oursJPIER
J JPIER PIERPONT ONP MORGAN MORGANMORNING MORGANG MORGANMORNINGNOONNIGHT
G c cMORNINGNOONNIGHT
MORNING MORNINGNOONNIGHT MORNINGNOONNIGHTfhree NOON NIGHT NIGHTThree
Three trains daily to Garfield
Leave 745 and 1145 a m S30 p in
Round trip 50c 50cHave 50cHavo 30eHave
Have you seen the worlds greatest greatestsmelter greatestsmelter greatestsmelter
smelter now being erected erectedSalt erectedSalt > retedSaIt
Salt Lake Route Utahs most popular
line lineSchedule
Schedule effective cffecU Monday Oct 30 30SUIT 30a 30SUIT
a lID lIDSUIT L
SUIT DUE TO TELEGRAM TELEGRAMWriting TELEGRAMWriting
Writing of Wrong Name Causes Bar Harry ¬
ry A Hart to Demand 640 640Damages 640Damages 64ODamages
Damages DamagesBy
By addressing a telegram Hurry A
Hall Kenyon J en n Hotel itot instead in teaiJ of Harry HarryJ
A J Hart HartIenon Kenyon Hotel the Western t8tcrn
Union Telegraph company inflicted a 1
damage of MO on Hart ccording to the I
latters complaint filed in the district districtcourt distrIctcourt districtcourt I
court yesterday
Hart alleges that Claude Hart wired
him from Dakota City Neb Nebthat that one
A H Homeland was willing to engage engagehim engagehIm engagehim
him as assistant as i tant civil engineer engln er at a sal snlary salary satary
ary of 83 85 per month and expenses eXI nles but butthat bl1tthat bptthat
that owing to the error ror in the address addressthe addresthe t1
the message was not delivered within a areasonable arettsonable areasonable
reasonable time so that when Hart went wentfrom wentfrom wentlom
from lom Salt L Lake ke to Dakota City he found foundthat foundtlat foundthat
that another man had been given the theposition thelositlon thei
position i sftion He fixes the cost of his trip to toDakota toDakota toDakota
Dakota City at 100 and asks for 540 ad addltidnal addltldnftl additidnitl
dltidnal damages damagesSUES damftgesSUES damagesSUES
SUES PAPER COMPANY COMPANYFidelity COMPANYFidelity
0 0Fidelity
Fidelity Concern Seeks to Recover Recoverfor Recoverfor I Ifor
for Bond BondThe Bondrite Bondrite
rite United States Fidelity Guaranty Guarantycompany Guarantcompan Guarvitycompany
company yesterday brought suit against againstC
C R Kern L P Judd Ernest M I Pow Fowler Irowler Powler ¬
ler J W Yo Houston Hou ton and the New York
Utah Paper company to recover 5122540 5122540alleged 1225411t1I 122540alleged
alleged t1I ed to bq due on an undertaking giv given given
en 1 by the surety company in a replevin replevinHCtion replevintion repievlnitCtioii
HCtion tion brought by the th paper company companyagainst companya companyagainst
against a lnt Thomas A Whalen on Nov Noti0i 30 301W3
1898 i0i to recover S1200 1300 It is alleged that thatthe thatUl thattli
the Ul surety company com pan gave a bond of t J4IW J4IWin 4UO 4UOin 4tJin
in the case c ure and that after judgment had hadben hadbilen hadbeen
ben rendered for Whalen in the district districtcourt dlshJetcourt districtcourt
court at Ogden the surety company pain palrtWhalen painWhalen pattiWhalen
Whalen 122540 on Aug 4 1905 1905It 19tUIt lOffiIt
It is further alleged that the judgment judgmentUM judgmentbaa judgmenths
UM never been paid by the company and andtht andthat andthat
that since the execution of the bond the thepaper thdaer thener
paper ner company has become insolvent and andof andthat andthat
that the other defendants have disposed disposedot
of the paper companys property propertyTwo propertTwo propertyTwo
Two Seek Divorce DivorceCarrie DivorceCarrie DivorceCarrie
Carrie Jones alleges that Byron Jones Joneshas Jonesbaa
has failed to tOillupport support her and asks for a adivorce atllvoree I I Idivorce
divorce and the custody custod of their daugh daughter dauKhter ¬
ter 4 years of age RC They were married marriedin
in Salt Lake City April 4 1900 1900After Jt0After 000 000After
After more than twentynine yenrs ers of ofnmrried 01UtRrrled ofmarried
married life William iIlhlm II IL Bryant seeks di divorce divorce divorce ¬
vorce from Mary J Bryant alleging that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she des deserted rted him on Oct 21 1001 at Re Revere Revere Revere ¬
vere Mass They have three children childrenaged chUdreltaged childrenaged
aged 27 25 and 15 years The marriage marriagetook marriagetook marriagetook
took place at Portsmouth N II Sept 8 8J8T 8SM 8Court
J8T SM
Court Notes NotesJudge NotesJudge NotesJudge
Judge Armstrong yesterday ealtr ttr appointed aplinaitdJohn ap appointedJohn nilluu1 nilluu1John
John H Lovejoy ljr jr administrator of ofthe ortlte ofthe
the estate of hi his brother Emory W T Love Loveloy LoejO Loveioy
jO loy fixing the bond at 16000 H M MDinwoodey l lDinwoQ 31Dinwoodey
Dinwoodey DinwoQ er James H Moyle and W I IB N NB NB > >
B Shepard were appointed executors of ofthe otthe ofthe
the estate rff Henry Dinwoodey without withoutbond withoutb withoutbond
bond b nd Annie AnimieC C Franklin was appointed appointedadministratrix appoiutedlulmlnl appointedmulminlatratrix
administratrix lulmlnl untrlx of the ostate of P A H HFranklin HIranklln IiFranklin
Franklin under it bond of 5000 5000Buckle 5000Bucklt 5000Buckle
Buckle Son demand 1000 damages damagesfrom damagesfrom damagesfrom
from L B Goldberg for damages to their theirbuilding
building and business at 233 South Maiii Maiiistreet Mahstreet I
street alleged to have been caused by bytne t tt1l u uifle
tne change made in the defendants defendantsbuilding d > endnnl s sbulhItng I Ibuilding
building adjoining on Nov 17 1301 1 1 Th ThnJrece They Theynl1e y yullage
ullage that the excavation of a deep cellar cellarcaused cellllrcaus cellurcaused
caused caus > d part tlr f the tli Buckle building to fall fallinflicting taUJntUcting fallinflicting
inflicting damage to the amount named namedJetta namedJella namedJetta
Jetta McCasksll yesterday filed a suit aultftgglnst lIultga suitimgslnst
ftgglnst ga St Junes 1C l K Gillespie Kate B GH GHlaspte alll OilMaple
Maple l 9ph William A Klnney and Louis > P PKelsey 1el PKelsey
Kelsey el ey to foreclose on Salt Lake Gity Gityreal Gityreal
real estate Jt1pu 4 to secure c < n a a nrnmlaanrv nrnmlaanrvnote promissory promfsaornote promissorynote
note for 483150 given March 3 3 1S9 1S96 on onwhich onwhich Oflwhich
which il500 1500 with interest t Is still due dueThe dueThe dueThe
The property consists of lot l t 4 block las laslot lW lWlut 1511lot >
lot 4 block 161 lot 3 3 block 147 lot 4 4block 4hlock 4block
block 145 lot S block 146 lots 1 2 2 3 and andblock 4 4block 4block
block 1C l all In Ir Plat D DOUCHESNESALE DGa DDUCHESNE
Ga GaDUCH
OUCHESNESALE DUCH DUCHESNE ESN E SALE POSTPONED POSTPONEDf ED EDsshlnston
4 + f Washington Oct 28 28At At the sug suggoolion suit4geutionof +
4 4geutionof gostlon of the commissioner of the thegtnernt s sgeneral f ff
+ f general land office Secretary SecretaryHitchcock + + I IHitchcock tHitchcock
+ Hitchcock has indefinitely post postponetl postpozied +
+ poned the sale of Duchegne Duch ne town townslte f
4 site in the UlntaU reservation reservationf reservationUtah reservationttah +
+ Utah which had been set for forf fortoyombor forovornbor +
f November toyombor next The lateness of oftbe + ff
f the season and the fact that one oneMuch + 4 4f
f such salp 1181 < has only recently been beenhOld 4 f ff
+ 1 f held by b the government are the timereasons +
4 reasons rcas ns assigned for the th thpostpone thpostponemettt postpone postponemenl + f ff I
+ f ment of the sale which probably DrobaIJIYwlU + 4will
= 4 will take place nextspring noxt string + j
+ + + + + + + 1 t + + + + + + + + + + + + tttttt + + + + 4
MORE MOROS ARE AREASSIMILATED AREASSI AREAS8I
ASSI ASSIMILATED ASSIMILATEDDattoAllHis MllA M ILATELY ILATELYDttoAli TEl TElttoAli
DattoAllHis DttoAli ttoAli His Son and Ten Followers FollowersKilled FollowersXi FollowersKilled
Killed Xi 1ed in Battle BattleTHEIR BatttetH BaftIeTHEIR
THEIR tH lfrGAMP GAMP SURPRISED SURPRISEDAMERICAN
4 4IMERICAN
AMERICAN IMERICAN LOSS TH THREE EE KILLED KILLEDI KILLEDAND
I J WNDTWO AND prwo TWO WOUNDED WOUNDEDManilaOct WO WOUNDEDManila NDED NDEDI NDEDfalUIl
I
ManilaOct Manila Oct 28 8TroopS Troops under Cup XJaptain Cupttln Captam
tain tam FranK R McCoy of the Third Thirdcavalry Thirdcavalry rhlrdcwatry
cavalry aidedecamp to Major Gen General Genral Genoral ¬
oral ral Woods tQod5 ood have surprised the Datto DattoAH DaltoAU DattoAli1
AH Ali1 hgad l ad of ofthQ the Moro Insurgents of the theisland theIsland theisland
island of Mindanao who has been on onthe onpie onthe
pie the warpath for or some time past and andkilled and andkflJedpim andkilled
killed kflJedpim Jilm ilm together with his son and andfen andtell andten
fen followers r ftiilov How rs Fortythree wounded woundedMores woundedIoros woundedMoros
Mores were Wel e taken prisoners and many manyUnns many1rms manylirmus
Unns and a large h r e quantity of ammuni ammunition ammunItion ammunition ¬
tion was wu > captured capturedThrae cuvturedThrqe capturedThree
Three enlisted men of the t1 o Twenty Twentysecond Twent Twentsecond Twentysecond
second infantry were killed and two twowounded twowounded twowounded
wounded during the engagement engagementHeavy engagementHcft engagementHeavy
Heavy Hcft vy fighting fi htlng is also reported be betweon betweon
tweon twe n the constabulary and Moro In Insurgents insuncnt insurgents ¬
surgents near Lake Linguasen Min Mindanao Mindanno 1in 1indanao
danao danaoDatto danaoDaUo dannoDatto
Datto Alir Aim who for a long time past pasthas east easthas ast asthas
has given considerable trouble to the theAmerican theAmerican theAjnerJcn
American authorities s In MI Mindanao dhnao took tookthe tooktbc tookthe
the aggressive ascrt fiSive on Oct 1C lust and andsince andsiuee andsince
since then he has been be J1 killing many
Mores friendly friendl to the government soernm nt He Herecently Herecently Herecently
recently iriformcd irl ormed the chiefs assisting a lstng
the federal fed oral troops to capture him that thathe thathe thatlie
he was prepared prepared to meet and kill them themOfficial themOfficial thefliOfficial
Official Report ReportWashington R ReportWaslmington port portWushlngton
Washington Oct 2S 2SThe The war do department dopartment dopartment ¬
partment tuday received the following
dispatch from Manila ManilaBrigadier ManilaBrigadier
Brigadier General James A Bu Buchanan Buchanan Buclianati ¬ I
chanan reppfts that Captain Frank R RMcCoy BMcCoy
McCoy Third cavalry with provisional provisionalcompany provIsionalorrDan provisionalnompany
company orrDan of Twentysecond regiment regimentUnited regimentUnited eglmentUnited
United States infantry surprised Ali AUoct AllGeL
Oct22near oct 22n Z n ar Bulwan Bul wan Mindanao All Alland Alland Alland
and some ten followers killed two tw of ofAlis ofAUs ofAils
Ails wives and some children and andtOl andtOltythr for fortythree fortythrhe ¬
tythree tythr e followers f prisoners most of oflatter oftattcr oflatter
latter wounded Seven guns 500 rounds roundsof
of ammunition captured Llewellyn LlewellynW
W Yo B Bobb com company pan y C Twentysec Twentysecond Twenty se seond ¬
ond infantry Martin L Bales com company complln cornpuny ¬
puny plln K Twentysecond l infantry
lUlled John T R Orke company companyTwentysecond companrwontysecand C CTwentysecond <
Twentysecond infantry wounded Con Constabulary Constabulary Constabulary ¬
stabulary killed five and captured ten tenMoros t tenMores > n nMoros
Moros near Lake Liguasan Oct 25 25MRS 25I 25MRS 5 5I 5MRS
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MRS RALEIGH EVICTED EVICTEDChanges EVICTEDChnnges EVICTEDChanges
Changes Her Mind About leaving and andSays andSays andSays
Says She Prefers Eject Ejectment Ejeotmcnt Ejectment ¬
ment mentDeputy mcntDoputy mentDeputy
Deputy sheriffs yesterday evicted evictedMrs evlctellIrs evictedMrs
Mrs Irs Emily Emil P Raleigh from the home homeat hon honat homeat
at at aut 303 > iNuriii North First pirsi W1St > vesi street strbet in in which whichshe whichshe wimu wimushe
she had lived for almost half a cen century century centory ¬
tury undfoi and for which she made a pro prolonged prolonged prolonged ¬
longed fight in the Courts < claiming that thatit thatit thatit
it was waS part of her share of the estate estateof estnteof estateof
of the late Bishop A H Raleigh whose whoseplural whosepluml whoseplural
plural wife she was wasMrs wasUrs wasMrs
Mrs Ivaieighs suit against the Mor Mormon 3iormen Ior Iormon ¬
mon church Mrs Ir5 Caroline Wells and andothers andothers andothers
others was at determined adversely to toMrs toMrs
Mrs Raleigh several weeks ago When Whenthe Whentime Vhenthe
the time tim for her removal came Mrs MrsRajeiglj MrsRaelgq MrsRaJelg I
Rajeiglj asked < 1 Sheriff Emery to allow allowher allowher allowher
her three weeks more moi time in which to togot toget
got g t out This was granted Hnted but at the theexpiration tIleoxplrntion timeexpiration I
expiration of the time Mrs In Raleigh Raleighsaid Rnlelghsaid Raleighsaid
said sho had changed her mind and had haddecided haddecIdeQ haddecided
decided tiiatshe that she would wouldrather rather be vjct vjctOd v vpted t
Od Accordingly this was done yes yesterday yesterday es estcrday ¬
terday terdayMrs tcrday11rs terdayMrs
Mrs Raleigh offered merely a passive passiveresistance passiverosI8ta1H passiversiatanee
resistance e as the officers removed her hergoods hergoods I Igoods
goods from the houlge She has estab ostabhished j
lished herself in another of the Raleigh Raleighhouses Raleighhousc Raleighhouses
houses across the street str ot from her old oldIomne I
home i iNOON
I INOON
NOON TRAIN TRA N TO GARFIELD GARFIELDView GARFI GARFIELDView ELD I IView
View the Work on Worlds Greatest GreatestSmelter GreatestSmelter
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Smelter SmelterOwing
x xOwing
Owing Owing to popular demand the Salt SaltLake SailLuke SaltLake I
Lake Route will on Monday Ionda Oct 30 30operate 30operate 0 0operate
operate daily an anaddiUonnl additional train to toGarfleld toGarfie1d toGarfield
Garfield Leave Salt Lake 1145 p m mReturning mRoturning niReturning
Returning leave Garfield 1240 p m mRound mJtound rnRound
Round trip 50c 50cSUICIDE 50cSUICIDE I II ISUICIDE I
SUICIDE OF MINING MAN MANJ i iJ
J B Carroll Shoots HimselfIn San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco Lodging House HouseSan j jSan ISan
San Francisco Oct 2S 2SJ J B Car Carroll Cat101lcom Carroll ¬
roll 101lcom committed ltted sujcide some time last lastnight latnight lastnight
night by b shooting himself him elf through the thehead thehead thehead
head in the Denver lodging house on i iThird 1Third IThird
Third street His body was found this thismorning thismornln thismorning
morning with a revolver clasped in the theright theright theright
right hand He left l ft a note giving no noreason noreason noreason
reason for his act but saying that he hewas hewas heivts
was born bomin in Cincinnati in 1857 that his hisfather histc hisfather
father tc ther was Christopher Carroll of Terre TerreHaute TerreHaut TerreIaut
Haute Ind and that he leaves three threebrothers threebrothers threebrothers
brothers and two sisters Among his hiseffects hiseff hiseffects
effects eff cts were found a certificate of de deposit dcposltfo doposit ¬
posit posltfo for 2000 with Ladd Tilton Tiltonbankers Tiltonbankers Tiltonbankers
bankers of Portland Ore a bank bankbook bankbook bankbook
book book of the Canadian Bank of Com Commerce Comluerce Corniuejce
merce showing showingdEpo8lts deposits amounting to to2E786 to25ThS6
2E786 and a statement showing a adeposit adcpolilft adeposit
deposit of t9C0 with the Spokane Spokaneb SpokaneEastern
b Eastern Trust company company6ther compauyther I
Other ther papers papers showed that he for formerly fornienly ¬ I
merly had h d been a mining man but butthat butthat butthat
that ill health compelled the abandon abandonment abandonmont ¬ i im
mont m nt of that occupation Later it itseems itseems i iseems
seems he engaged in the commission commissionbusiness commissionbusiness commissionbusiness
business at Sacramento Spokane and andPortland andPort1al1d andPortland
Portland PortlandHe Port1al1dHe
He had stopped at the house where whereHe wherehe wherehe
He Uillod l mQ1 himself for soveral days and andwas andwa9 andwas
was always well supplied with funds fundsHe fundsHe tupdsHe
He was very ver er > reticent reU ent and made no nofriends nofriends nofriends
friends among the other guests guestsHis guestsHis guestsHis
His effects were turned over to the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public administrator administratorMETEOROLOGICAL administratorMETEOROLOGICAL administratorMETEOROLOGICAL
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT REPORTYesterdays REPORTcsterdays REPORTVesterdays
Yesterdays Record at the Local Of Office Office Office ¬
fice of the Weather Weath r Bureau BureauMaximum BureaUMaxinwmn i iM3xlmum
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Maximum temperature 6S 8 degrees min ininJmum minImulU mum mumirnumn
Jmum temperature t 41 degrees mean tam tamp tamTeratur ternperature
p Teratur vature 10 degrees which is 2 degrees degreesabovu degreesabov degreesabov
abov the normal accumulated > d deficiency deficiencyof delclepcof
of temperature since the first of the themonth themonth theumntlm
month 94 degrees accumulated excess excessof excessof excessof
of temperature since Jan 1 274 degrees degreesTotal degresrotal degreesfetal
Total precipitation from 6 p in to 6 p m mnone mnone mnone
none accumulated deficiency of precipi precipitation preclpitotionsincc precipltation ¬
tation totionsincc since the first of the month 118 118Inches 118inches 118limehes
Inches accumulated deficiency def ienc of pre preoinltatfpn pr proiD1tatfpu procipitatipu >
oinltatfpn since the first of January 40 40inch 40Inc 40inch
WHA IncWHA WHTS inchWHTS inch Inc T8 THE USE USEtxperinienting USEExperimenting
Experimenting ExperimentingWith
With unknown medicines me iclnes when you youcan youcall youcan
can just ju t as easily ea < lIy get Hostetters It Ithas Ithas Itlitta
has a 52 years ears record of cures back of ofit ofIt1 ofIt
it It1 a < i in n being taken by most every everybody everyhotly > ery eryhOlly ¬
body whose stdmach is weak or orbowels 11bowels orbowels
bowels constipated constipatedHOSTETTERS CQnstlpatedHOSTETTERS constipatedHOSTETTERS
HOSTETTERS HOSTETTERSSTOWS HOSTETTERSSTOMACH HOSTETTERSSTOMACH
STOWS STOMACH AC H BITTERS BITTERShould BITTERSfihoul4
fihoul4 hould be your y 0 mfr r choice too because it itwill itwIn itwill
will ouro Q ro you ybu Try a bottle for Indl Indlge Itidlgoi9jb
ge goi9jb P tgj ojij JJyflusp Ppp1a h U p ia HoartburnCramps HoartburnCrampsPoor
Poor Appetite or Insomnia and bd bdconvinced b bconvJJC beconvIeed
convinced d j
I NewbroS NewbrosHerpicide NewbrosHerpicideThe Newbros Herpicide HerpicideThe l ielpiCideo ielpiCideoI
I The Original Remedy That Tha Kills the Dandruff Germ Y
THE HUNTERS UNTRS I pRS CAME TOO L LATE LATEThe
The Faithful FalthfullJog Dog t au pointed out the True Remedy to Prevent Baldness Baldnessbut Baldnessbut
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but ut the Hunters came too late lateChronic Chronic Baldness is incurable
HERPICIDE A HAIRSAVER 4HAIRSAVERNewbrs HAIRSAVERICewbros HAIRSAVERKenbros
ICewbros Herpicide saves the thehair hair l lry y destroying destlO lng the thegerm thegem thegeni
germ or microbe tha t tJutt aJ is isnow now knon to be the cause of ofdandruff ofdun ofdamgdruff
dandruff dun ruff falling hair and baldness In chronic bald baldness baldness baldHess ¬
ness the hair follicles are ar completely atrophied case causing caseing ¬ J Jin
ing in the scalp to shrink and shine little can be done donein donein doneIii
in such cases ca es except to save the remaining fringe fringeaud frineHahd fringeaitd
aud tliis is Wen worth saving for it offers some pro protection prot protection ¬
tection t ction against the cold coldThe coldTh coldTh
The Th Hair Grower is a fallacy fal1a It requires but beta betaslight a aslight as
slight s ght knowledge of Anatomy to know that tb t the hair hairgets haltg hairgets
gets g ts its life and strength from the hairpapilla at the thebottom th thbottom tbebottom
bottom of the hair follicle and the papilla in turn gets getsits getsit getsits
its it > nourishment direct from the blood therefore na nature nature nature ¬
ture is the only true hair h lr grower There are enamfo enamfoof enamfQlof enomiof
of hair growth thai thm cause hair loss and baldness In Invisible Inviible invisible ¬
visible microbe growths enter the sebaceous glands glandssituated glandsituated glauUsituated
situated at the top of tho tli hair follicles Dr Sabouiaud Sabouiaudof
of Paris says the microbe usually enters the scalp in inyouth Inrouth Inyouth
youth where here one colony colon after another is established establisheduntil establishotntH establisheduntil
until finally after months n o1tb and sometimes years there thereia
ia I dandrqff d ndrqff itchingscalp ltcping scalp and failing hair The Se Sebum SabUl1 Sebun ¬
bum also solidifies causlpg dry lustreless and brittle brittlehair brittlehair brittleimtlr
hair Destroy this microbic growth with Newbros NewbrosHerpicide NewblosHpklde NewbtoslEe
Herpicide lEe lieide and protect the hair against reinfection and andU andit andii
U will grow as nature > intended intendedNewbros intendedNevbros intendedss
ss Newbros Herpicide is a Twentieth aTwenlietihCentury TwentiethIt
4 It Century Remedy It Its mission is to toteach toI
I Latejtel teach new rules for t scalp cleanliness cleanlinessiJUjplW1 cleanlinessnew cleanlinessIL41
iJUjplW1 IL41 new rules for hair Preservation and to toupplr totupphy
n sas5
supply a germdestroying solution that thatr thotwill
I r will enable careful persons perS ns to have haveffislst havebeautiul havebeautiful
ffislst beautiful and luxuriant hair Almost
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Smith Drug DrujCo Co Special Agents AgentsSond
Sond 10 cents in stamps for sample to The Herpicide Co Dept L Detroit Mich MichA 3IichA
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A Healthy Hair Destroy the Cause CauseYou You Remove the Effect An Unhealthy U1 lealthy Hair HairThe HairI
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best b st hair prejmrgUon I have ever used since I have havebeen l1avebefn havebeen
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