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I THE HALT LAKE IAR F HERALD IIERtl D TUESDAY rCE JUESJ4 I1A or DECEMBER DE ElmER 5 S 1905 1905i
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SUMMER SUMMERFLOW FLOW IS ISNOT ISNOT ISNOT
NOT SUFFICIENT SUFFICIENTStorage
Storage Reservoirs Necessary on the theHeadwaters theHeadwaters theBeadwaters
Headwaters of Snake Biser BiserDUBOIS Ri RierDUBOISISIJIIGINQ er erDUBOIS
DUBOIS DUBOISISIJIIGINQ ISURGING I URGING ACTION ACTIONBATTLESHIP ACTIONATTlESHIP ACTIONBATTLESHIP
BATTLESHIP IDAHO WILL BE BELAUNCHED BELAUNCHED BELAUNCHED
LAUNCHED SATURDAY SATURDAYSpecial SATURDAYf
f Special eI1 to Ttl Tbe HrM HrMiisiijngtw HeJd1hiJtgtOR JeaI41ingto
iisiijngtw 1ingto Dee JSentor J Senator Duboi Duboiv DubOWk
v i wa wai present Pt Ut a ab the opeHinir op of t COf COfb CO COsg H HFB
b FB today sa a > M that the nwt wrgewt wrgewta MrPfltd
a 1 of Idaho td at tllia t1U time U s the tt mflop mflopf adopIf dopth
th If > f a i plan l by y the tk reclamatfen reclamt reclamtlestfoj sen senfor se seflJ
for flJ storing tbe headwateni of the thotf thi4ru
tf 4ru ii l rivor Jiv r HO that amDle water may mayx
x f B HIJred 4 f ured ire < I and eoiw loonaer1 red to Irrigatti Irrigattijsi
jsi JK tract ef o hind bln JII placed pl8CtdI umJcr umJcriuh U Cl
iuh I t h on m lewer river rYet levela VIL W1i1a TilU the theStaH theIaf thei4k
StaH i4k river carrta an Immense volume volumoWdiftr voltuUOWiI volumew4ur
Wdiftr WiI 1 ita wimnir flow U 1 not suffi suffij
j J ni to even provide H vh1e an n adequate Mil wipto Milto mIDIy >
Iy > to the to Mitiidoka itIIfIlOk project and if I groat groatr tMt tMtrt I Ir
r rt as q > f awatIahi < vaiUb and HUU are a r t to bo b r rtiim ro roolllnwdlndlrrl rotn
olllnwdlndlrrl tiim tn rnid d m rn4 l irrigate att1fl targe store Rtoragerxirs tora PW PWlillS s smII
rxirs mull mII He h eontftmcted on o lt the th thtfotii head headit
it I tfotii > rs of the th h 8nuk 8tw k Senator Dubow Dubowvii DuboII
vii II i irv the tt immediate tmm lte undertaking s ot ottii otI
tii 1 I work by it the reclamation cawiUon service serviceUpholds ervkeUpholds rv4ce rv4ceUpholds
Upholds Hitchcock Hitchcockjs HitchcockDOol
js jiitor r Dyboia OK mn member mejnl > r ot th tbcl pub pufrind pubindes pubLin4s
ind committee will support Uw Uwiiposstj tMi
iiposstj i 4 1 f rtM4 IitJ < of Secretary Seero r Hitchcock to aoi aoiif
4 if I i the office of receiver of e puWie mt mui nwitt r rf
f itt t Lnitwl RtnUa bind office uttteetnd Kw a 4 4it li lii
it i ii > md nd receivers Jefiv h ht wtid M1II id frN C1tly C1tlyoppoIIlnlt tIMLuPUtIYopIoIing i uciy uciyirMtnt
irMtnt oppoeins faction of O th thIr ir i ttar1 ar arund ira
und a Ill cona conqtIetttIy on < MU HtttU ntly work at variance variancetii variantI vartlnJtsry
tii I a > injury of puWir J unllt Jntereetw The Therk TherK
rk of the lh land office could be better betterind hetternnJ hettr9Wil I
ind by one on offiHal with itli full re resiuil reHIIhlhty reuihsiNIjy
HIIhlhty > > siuil ty awl ml t with 1th authority to em ewuills emj emOWIt
j > ills own oW clerical help helpLaunching helpLaunchIng hetpLaunching
Launching of of ofthe the Idaho Idahos
s z n ItJr tor Duboto was va called cal upon today todaytlif 9d1Ythi Ily IlylIll
tlif SVHMhlitKtHi ac aCIL ent iu of MTilllant MTilllantiMMP tifJamj
iMMP j tlW flI Song kII and nd informed nfurtt l that It had hadtlte bllUlt
> < < II > tlte iiiijtH of hi hla firm to bavw bavwun bIIvelitii vu vuIhltJIH
IhltJIH litii mu htrnt 111 the arriQ rrp3einitI rrp3einitIr mt mtft
ft r t tlit h HOt 40hL1 al feuturell of tb th < coining coiningItbing om pg pgllitldlin
llitldlin un tiinc of o the th battleship Idaho d on onSuturdiiy o otir1AY I
Suturdiiy tljrdav m flWXL xt In I hi hli absence abt < wnt however howeverirruiiK hoetrrraKtntetU hOWtVtlrvegeniens
irruiiK rraKtntetU < meflt seemvd to have U b eA beoidrIkin ea uu uuiKriakfcii I Il1orlkl1
iKriakfcii by b Governor Hooding 1OO41IiI and andMtirr aulrtltrli aIIILttirrI
Mtirr Dufooiw slated > t l that It was w not notus IWLleirt I It
us d t leirt < > aliru iru or Intention to change or in inrvfvr inqfr iflrfr
rvfvr with any of th the arrangement arrangementtilted arraUlIUtnetllor
tilted or iilaitwd IJaMf tC1 and that he li would wouldily fUtllloII wouldlIy
oII < ily acqutaieu a < oqUUwltJ in all that had been beeni
Ii i A np apfttal rial train will run from fromn fromltmltott fromltutugtoiu
n PluMKtoM to 0 Philadelphia on the day daythf dllYf
f t thf tt 11 launching to rarry lirr Idaho eUhwiw eUhwiwm eIt1fltth
m rs t ot the navy nnv departmewt HIM HIMTILTS wd wdfltrs nrt nrtHtTI
TILTS to the btunchinf launchin lAlm 111 IIa Ooodine Ooodinei Ooodinfghtr
d i fghtr > ghter ot > f the governor Iovf > rnor of Idaho will
1 t as spoMur and apeech iecla ie clw will willrn Me Menk sc1t1
rn nk 1t1 nlr by memb Mtbttli fti of the Idaho coowreii coowreiinul oo eonreh
1 h nul II drlecattun lIod nd others Thw Ih eon eonruuM conr uOItori
ruuM r llr tori of the Idaho Id bo the CramfS c will williv WiltLV
iv till visitors luncheon lun heo1 at thw th aWp aWpuilrtlns a11phIlOl ahPIdtng
uilrtlns hIlOl yard im Immediately n < iat ly after tl t Ui f v u uA
11 humched
humchedGo
Go 0 0A
A CARD CARDTu CARDr
Tu r the Stockholder of The Union UnionHang8 Unionafga UnionLV
Hang8 afga LV 1Is Investment Compuny nd ndf ndt4
f t4 ihi hl Publiv PublivInasmuch PublitIt1atimueh Pubiltluurnueh
Inasmuch MR II certain tr in falsa ase and d alan alanUr slnn1rmJR slenruu
Ur 1rmJR ruu UR reports baTe roe roesUy nlly tly tj 1n n put puti
i II i inuUUiott by uncrupiilou4 persona personalulling peronaillltnS peronI
lulling I llltnS tUln in flUlltllt UeatkHi u the solvency of The Theljii Th ThlrllJI TheFrin
ljii lrllJI n Savings nvins Investment coin coinjany comJ cornany
jany J ll any the und undflfsignod r ignod ofllvera of tho thocorporation tholoqltratlen theorratLou
corporation desire d MIlre < to s sy ay 1 to all lI persons personshitcr petsonslHtrted personnlLttCstel
hitcr lHtrted < Hste < l thftt a complete statement statementof hthmItof
of J the companys busln bu buslum iltMt 1 recently recentlymadr rocenUymtk reentlymait
madr shows how that the company is not notinly notiil
inly iil solvent but la In most excellent excellentt nt nthdilion
t iiuiition It has a large fund ot un unuivMcd unit Ufli1t1cd
uivMcd it Idd protlts to the credit I dlt of o the thtol1hul thesot theutkhulders
sot ol1hul utkhulders holders t rs and nd Is sufer > t1er and nd more moiei morenHp
i nHp tosperoug I > rOUIt than at any an time since its itsiTKunizittloii ttalfgmlzaUon Itstrgunlz4tion
iTKunizittloii Any nr stockholder who de deMrrs deff ICrts
Mrrs ff rts Information on the above state statement stateJli stteino ¬
ment Jli It or O Hny u Information r spectn raspecenS tho thoimpunys
4 impunys affairs is cordially lt > dially invited invitedo invl l4
0 vail alt at the companys ompan iI office tOt Cot Cotiftuutjon CothtuUon Cb1btItUtioli
ftuutjon building This card is I pub pubishtd PUbi PUbiItlld
ishtd hI because we w find it necessary n sar to toiu toi1rll toiU
i1rll > iu the stockholders against Iain t the th ma mai ntad1US
I d1US < ius i uH misre mlttrttjrHentaUon > resentatlon o of ot the com cominys comltJyS cornt1y
inys t1y tra4ue traducer rs and we invite nil ullfi ul1IIkhnldflft niltttkhokIrs
fi IIkhnldflft > tkhld Mr to cooperate opelate with us in int inlltiuUln
t 4 Utiuiiiiiff lltiuUln the sueeees U tIiW already IIlreud achieved achievedB ahle ahlen
B II ROBERTS ItOBKRTSPresklepU ROBERTSPruklelll flOI3EWrSPrsk1ept
PresklepU PresklepUt Prsk1eptD
t 0 J WILLIAMS WILLIAMSVke wtLLIAIsVice ILl IAlS IAlSVtee
Vice Prtd Preaddynt nt and Manager ManagerN IttnagerN
N V JOKES JOKESGeneral JON1JSOuneraJ JONLSCsncrI
General Attorney AttorneyAll ltorne ltornee ltorneAU
e
All fl firatelas firsto reetaurants and homes homesI homes4C
11 I ie e Vienna bakery bread breadEARTHQUAKE breado breadEARTHQUAKE
11 o 1 1EARTHQUAKEIN
EARTHQUAKE IN ITAUY ITAUYViTfncc IT ITAIY1trflce Y Yrnnee
ViTfncc Ital ila1t > x Pt Dec 4 tTh Th royal ror l Ob Obvttory obtory Gbtolay
vttory tory today r orded tbr th thrre < violent violenti Qlent Qlenti
i i > HS 4 of citrtluiuakc The noords rf rds were weretj w werer r rJ
J tj h it t N a ni lrtf 1 a m and an 134 p m mph LUtwke
7 ph twke xkt > k w Wlr r ftH It III Suily Skll lly and Ca Car Cjir
7 > r > i ThtTf was Wa no s Jjll1S < ri ns damttg < s
N NEWS NEWSOffl
Offl Office 2484 vashlnSIGn Washington Avenue AvenueOgden von
1
Ogden Tuesday TuesdayDec5 Dce 5
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RUN UP AGAINST AGAINSUNAG AGAINSUNAGCommissers NAG NAGOo NAGCommssoners
Commissers Oo missoners Apparently Barred BarredIrom IJarredFro BarredFrom
From Fro Granting Light Power PowerCompanys PowerCompanys PowerCompanys
Companys Petition PetitionOMty PetitionTb
7 Tb county eoimt commiMiocera com ionenJ mn n up upShwt uptumbling upsg
sg Shwt nst a stumbling block in connection connectionwftli connteUOIt1tIJ
wftli 1tIJ the e propo PfopOitd fd new storasQ IItora c reservoir reservoirr rescrvolr7sdi
r 7sdi 4iMr4a It WSB expected XD PPCted ted that th thibriBlMtoaera u thrnmJonra t tem
em ibriBlMtoaera rnmJonra it at their jneetins yojstar yojstardajr f CtOI t r rtJU
dajr 7 woiUd w grant gl nt the netitttin of o tha Ut IJtth IJtthLlii I th thi4hL h hLjihl
Ljihl Hallway Rallw company after adoption adoptiono adQpl1011J adoptoiInttJv
o J nttJv Llii tfe rafloiuiUm At t l Saturdays mwURs mwURstit IWtiUIi 1low 1lowI tlP tlP1ft
tit Ii A Ueb Jb the project was Wui favored tM How HowW 110Wov
W r tit matUT taU has been postponed p trORed until untilvnay In natflfda 1J 1Jfly
vnay fda fly itoxt vrhen hun the WMml wnj wilIlimr wilIlimrLDm hear heferfWHii hearn
fWHii any n of the U desiring to oppose tii0 tii0woject thieet tiiioject
woject oject eet Tlia mi reaaun n foV th this l action IB IBund hid 1 1CQtInd
I CQtInd und d In a point of Jaw 11t brought out by byQpuni hyor 13 13ViIfli3
Qpuni ViIfli3 or Attorney tl tLIrney > rney K 1 T HulanUiki yester yesterthor e3ttJYo ywiLly
Yo y Ttt4 IIH1nt to be It ql qlksgtIu a I ut utlIioror d dthor
thor lIioror or net the th county eomD co coar cunLnIJSstOZLerS cunLnIJSstOZLerSaru IIJIOrs IIJIOrsartt
ar artt veMwl with wit the proper authority to tomake toftJi LI LImnkc
make ftJi ke the chnngc fh htng rn in tlu tl1 roadway Arti ArtiUtutew 4rtieJ rtI rtIcli
eJ cli AU aeeUon 1 Jtf mg u r ot t Uk revhtq revhtqtutE19 revist1itutcIeu
Ututew tutE19 of otth tH tl staLe tat of jf Utah ebh 1WB 1 readsMaintain Nf reads rciidsMslntahu ds dsMt
Mt Maintain ntah Roads and ud Brtdg Changiflg ChangtM Chang CLttTIgfocation <
iflg Location To lay out maintain con contOl OnJQI eonlrol
tOl er erect ct and manage m nalro public rods and andtarnpika 3n LIIItMrnPikau 1 1UirnljkMI
tarnpika ferric f and nd bridges within thj thjcounty th theeuQt thunty
county unty Provided That th board shulj shuljHHWlv i sitetinot haQJtOt
not change ur r alter the I Joeatton tn of an ay ayisblk
HHWlv isblk 111111 highway hlhwa tli tlimenev that has hId IMJbllC IMJbllCItIM lmI1iCN
menev N fl > or poll tax expended upon lp n it un unle unMiiB nfliis
MiiB le 8 a petulon Utlon nifn > lgQfd d by YO a majority qf qfthe < j jthe If Ifb
the b fre fiefchoiders rll of the th precimrV CjlMt wherein wbxreinMich wlwr whereinIUCII in inh
Mich h a change hat8 is proposed PIO lood aafc 8 tor 1IIIh 1IIIh4sitn u U < rh rhotiaiw h hQIQI
otiaiw 4sitn nor shall the 1w board rtecfcro any anywad It Itd uryi >
wad i sui d not A public highway hl hwa that has hasmoney lu luftOitC ta tamOIlEl
money mOIlEl apr a pupprIWl priated ard exjiend eXIJet1fhd e epiiIui d upou upout UIIIt U iou iouIt
It It > t by wt l14tbf 6f tho th Jt > g8lattirc i laturf of tt the c terri territory terljMy tentor ¬
tory or of o the th state of Utah without the thespn thstinMnt I
< tSnftt spn iit of o the legliOnture legliOntureThis IfIthlnturfThlt IIi4iitureIis
This would ateem e m ta t waetieally tio the theHand the1acb tItsncts
Hand ncts of tl the > e cominietonerx commti lqnera as 5 it In IneJttiiTMri hiinMtill Istkttns
eJttiiTMri tkttns inMtill t that t to secure elretlw the iwiiUW of a amajority IJotlty 1 1majotitI
majority Jotlty of the th frehoders Crf holdfrs re ttildn reuddng dng In th thprecinct the theAd thei5i
i5i Ad precinct affected is almost out of oftfcf ofttKo tiCLiLt
LiLt questlpn queltitl yet without the authority authoritywotil autityQ authrltyuwuta
< wotil Q tthote there JM atlll 1111 JU a loopholofor loopholoforthe JooD l i4ioIo HJ for forthe J Jtbe
the hoard att a1 uhown by b article r 1 of thff thffs th thmvno h hS8Jfta
S8Jfta s m fetienof stin ti n of the ISftt s laws whieh whlekhDhidf vhiektIylde aftis aftisDlvldf
Dlvldf County Count ointy To divide the eotiiny eotiinyiMtft cotllft cotllfttA COIIfl1st
iMtft 1st ILuoiNet r tfiHt tA and into rond rom MtnLUiry sILUIT awlother awlo awl LiftSether
other o htt dttttripta dtrt t required by b law 1W to toOHtuwe toe toCIII3Ie
e OHtuwe the same and 111 create r Rte others ag agottnvtiBience SHn
ottnvtiBience 0 n lenoo i recuh recuhTho V41L2lIeS V41L2lIeSthe juir juirTl I Ito
Tl the e loop Ioo hole ltoI therefore > would s scent scentIA m mta
ta he that in caw nu the necessary nt n4eer S I8rr pet petition peliUoootl petitionnmot it top topoftnnot
oftnnot nmot ootl IH t ieCur suucurtd curod d in one precinct the road roa
14 1 question can be attached to another anotherJpeclnct IUlOth ituntherieclnet r rInct
Jpeclnct ieclnet Inct where a favorable petition can can5e
5e ee91r011 ee91r011Te oure ured < l lThe
The cemmlssionors cemnlls lonrs arc unanimously in infKAor
fKAor of the project thinking that it itwould IfCHll iiwould
would CHll mean a great deal for the develop development dfelopsnent developIllelit ¬
ment of the arid lands of Weber county countyiu count
iu addition to the supplying of power PO wc r for fortpurposes fors11 or
s11 1 Jurpo PuP t8 ° Notwithstanding the obj objwthat qbjeo qbjeoI >
I ttL JUt wthat Ulat have been hee riiK raimd iIfef1 < l it t Is i exi expected eXlcctedat ected ectedt
tpurposes t11It at t the th road will be changed end the then thlm theUkIfl
UkIfl m n built builtPOLlTiCS builtPOLITiCS builtPOLITICS
POLITiCS IN INSCHOOLS INSCHOOLSTwo SCHOOLS SCHOOLSTwo SCHOOLTwo
Two Conventions Held hi District No NotJ
i
4 to Name Member of Board Board3h Boardrherf BoardThem
3h rherf Them rft were two conventions held in in4fhool InJ IiiWheel
Wheel J district Ko o 4 I yesterday The 1h non nonMrttean nOnrtlsazt i iMrtJ
Mrttean an Catherine met at Plain City Citywhich Clt Cltll Cityu
which ll u itch together with Farr l arr AVest tIiIt Perry Per Per11atervUle Perry1tervIIo
11atervUle 1 tervile and Warren War en compriiw comp the die district dl dltrlcL dietnict ¬
trict The convention was wa largely sit sitarided ittwidod I IIIf1dod
arided but the session was a abort on onTh ono onoTh OIiGTb
Th n naJn8tl nsin Jnee placed before the body were wereJ w werr rQ
J rf r B Carver the present incumbent incum nt and andJfJnry and9nrY andfloury
floury 9nrY MeEntyre the former from from Plain PlainCity PlulnIt Plum PlumIty
City It Ity and tho latter from Farr West WestWhen WestlLe1 est esthen
When hen the ballot was taken il 11resultod resulted rC in inth i ithe iniii
the th > nomination of Mr Ir Carver At thp thpaeme thftme thpmane
mane me time tim that this meeting was being beinghd beingheJd bolutrhItI
hd a Republican convention was called calledC calledat
a at C Slatervllle There vas was > a fair sized sizedattendance sizedendanee sizedetendanee
attendance endanee and th the convention soon sOon de deluded deanted deaIded ¬
anted upon the name of James L 1 Rob Robaon RobItQfI RobSW
aon HB I its candidate This is the first in instance Intallce inttee ¬
stance in the present campaign campl where witerepoll wh wherepolitics re repolitics
politics poll tics have been injected injectedNEW InjectedNEW injectedNEW
NEW OGDEN OGDENLAW LAW lA V FIRM FIRMJudge FIRMand FIRMJudge
Judge Maginnis and Former Chief ChiefJustice Chid ChidJu ChiefJustice
Justice Ju ti e of Wyoming Vyoml 9Togct Together Togetherilly er I IajUdP
ajUdP 1ude 1 i e e1ude rlfi I i1aeisnJs i i or ofiet i1 llmP llmPtolmtC11 nag nagtorml
tolmtC11 torml a > utUf rtlLemtp > rahip with Judas S SCorn T TCorn
Corn ef Cneyonne Wyo TbeOOmblJ1f1 The ecmllna ecmllnatlofl
I lion k an unusuall illy strong etro one onenumber F FOr r a anumber anurnbnr
number of years th the two attorneys attoruo s wore woreHg woreI woreitoeIfttel
Hg itoeIfttel lU I lt < J together on the supreme supremebench mUrQmeb suremebench
bench b Jtch of Wyotnimr Omlp < Judge Corn was afi on onthe onthe onthe
the supreme bench oonc when Wyoming Oml wns wnsFrom Wf1Iyet wtsyet
yet a territory between 1 18 and nndFrom 1S9tL 1S9tLFront
From l 1EI w > to 1S06 he h practised law In Inthe Inthe inthe
the latter year ear he was elected asecciato asecciatojuxtica asscciatoJustice I Iju
Justice ju t1ce of the supreme oourt which po position poaltIOn ¬
sition itlf he held h ld until liXtt when he bectune bectuneohier hecnjneelef oecnme oecnmeefcef
efcef ju JustIce tic I H6 to tilled the duties duU 5ot of o this thisorfieA thisotnet tiLlsems
ems until the beginning fo lnnlng of 1W 1 since sincewhich wneewhich slneawhich
which tun time he has 1ta practiced Jaw During Duringuiw Dnrin Dnrinth <
uiw UUt th time Jud Jude Corn was as associate 8 juu juutjefc julitl lnstic
tjefc tl tic Judge Maginneu l was W8 chief justice jubticof jUhUceor
of the same me bench benchNew bencsNew benciNew
New High School Teacher TeacherJ
J D Steele Stf > ele the new nowl instructor In Ws Wslory 7jstory ttstory
tory for or the Od Ot Ogdsn tn High school hool arrived arrivedfrom arrl arrivedfrom d dfrom
from Chicago Chla o yesterday pst > rday and at once took tookup tookUr tookLIP
up Ur the th duties of his new position Mr MrSti Mrtt1e1e lr
I Sti tt1e1e 1 0 ig II a graduate < k of the Unlversitv of oft oftheagt
I t Chi theagt hieau f and nd fills the vacancy oauscd Iataw by bythe b bthe bthe
the reeignation of J 1 E Rutherford
SCHANSENBACH SCHANSENBACHWILL Wiq WItL FILED FILEDEstate
t
Estate BitfdecJ Di deq Ampng Ain nig Family ly of Tes Testator TestatoT ¬
tator tator but Value is Not NotStated l NotStated ot
Stated StatedIn I
In the UJstriet court allrt yoftertUy rottC ay A B BPattort nPftttortttlean 13Pattor
Pattort Pftttortttlean filed a petition for fie Iie admission admteeionto mittjon
to probate of o the will of the late liLt Adoiph AdoiphSehansenbuch AdoJpoSoMnsenbnch AdulphSoluinsentiuch f
Sehansenbuch A Aup eopy > o oCUte of Uie 3 will 11I dated datedMay datedo datedMay
May o 16 iwi j w attached attaet cl to the pet petiVldlng LJeUUon pettion
Uon l T1i t i uocum doctirnent nt dtr dlrets d after pro provldtng 110Viujing
Vldlng lorMhe manner iu which the hO fu funeral tunend funerI ¬
neral services shall I lie conducted that the thewidow thewidoW theWiCloW
widow of the UJ aeeeavd ae cni d Mary < Schao Schaosonbach SChIlDEtJnbacl Schansnbacl
sonbach shall leeetve J ve onethird of all allnutting allmmln allminln
nutting mmln stock owned onethird of alnotes alnotesand a1nottmana at noteS noteSanti
and acconnts qccobnts receivable five shares of ofthe oCtbe ofthe
the capital cepitalatock stock tock of Fred l re t J Kiesel Co Cothe Cothe Cothe
the personal properly und um household hou hold fur furniture furJ1lturc furniture ¬
niture also Iso onethird of nil tne reeidunry reeidunryestate rlduarystRtt rsslduatyestate
estate It bequeaths to the daughter Ida IdaK I a aH
K Schanswbach cuethird of nil mining miningstock miningtt rnlntn rnlntntock
stock tt ck oneHbird onet lld of all not notes s and ani accounts accountsreceivable nceountsreechble RCCOLUItSreceivble
receivable five shares of stock fJwckof of the theJ jr jrJ JrJ
J Kfesei company cum mpeny pan all furniture U1 tute and sit silvurwnre sUurwl1re sitvurware
vurwnre formerly formerly tu tUIl property of his hiswife I I1fC Iwife
wife 1fC Marie E Schansenhach Schan nbllch as U shown shownby shownby
by u schedule of the same also on onetnlrd onetnlrdot tnlrd tnlrdof
of all the residuary estate To Lo the dauh dauhitueiiths dnuth dnuthtar dauhter
tar RlteA Iate A Schll1li1tn Schanstnhnch uch the with b biiueitths I IctUfl1ths
itueiiths oriethira of ail mining stock < lt and andnotes andn andnote
notes n tt1f and accounts receivable re CIllblc owned hy hythe h hthe i ithe
the deceased three fbuios bu of the capital capitalstock capItustock ldtut ldtutstock
stock of tho till P J 1 Kiesel Klt IecI > company aud audonethird atdopethlrd lldontoothlrd
onethird of all th the i rttlilqqar > esiqM iry aeWte tte Tho Thowill Thowill Tuevifl
will then directs that the exewutor shall shallcause slalLcause shaltcause
cause diligent search to be made for the thedaughter thedtlUyftttr thudaughter
daughter Kate A Sobansenlmch S < l1JSenbltch whose whosewhereabouts whosewliereabopts
whereabouts wtH reaoopt were at attD tfcw time of the themaking theuutklng themaking I
making of the will unknown it it provides providesthat provtdeaithl1t providesthat I
that he may lOa 1OUd s nd In II such search a aturn 11iiUrn astun
turn not exceeding fXC eQ ps 4l 11 1OU < > and ap that in case ciiaethe Clutetho casethe
the daughter ute t thaU nOt claim claimthe
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the luNiuesi I heques ut nor b J found within a period periodof I
of six monna i after the will 111 ehnll have havebeen haYbeen havebeen
been admitted to toprobatr probate the theitevise devise a vlse and andbequest untMftltEllit ziiilbeftuest
bequest of the property made to h Mf r ahal ahalbe 8ha1bc shntbe
be void aud said property divided b btween be betW hetweeiI
tween tW lf the th widow Mry htn L and the thedaughter thedaughter thedaughter
daughter Ida da 15 Schamsenbach rIte will willfurther willfurther ill illfurther
further directs the executor to make diii diiigont dIUgont dillgent
gont jjearoli for aertain moneys contained conUilnedIn
In a private safe safeS bring in the sum of ofilOUO ofOOO ofLOti
ilOUO LOti OOO also alii for all moneys mO innes crl standinc stand in to the thecredit theeNdtt thecredit
credit of the thedeese1 deoeaged decw a m It any ny Dankin banking r or orother orother orother
other institution Tliere was wa 10 estimate estimatemade catlmatmade atlmatomade
made of the th vaue of the estate estateCITY f StatcCITY estateCiTY
CITY COUNCIL COU NCIL SESSION SESSIONNew
New Policeman Jn Named and RevisedOrdinances Revised RevlsctlOrdinanccs ReviecUOrdinancec
Ordinances Discussed DiscussedA DiGcussedrcsoluUon
A resolution w wu parsed paj by the City CityCouncil CityCounell CityCouncil
Council last night increasing i tho salary salaryof
of the police sergeant from from SSO Sfl to 90 80 O per ptrmonth p permonth r rmonth
month John W Rupsell RI cawas was appointed appointeda
a patrolman to fiJJ 1JJ the vacancy va ca no caused causedby cauu catisedby e eby
by the th reslsnwUon restJmRli > l Qf q William Felker FelkerTha Felkerfh FeikerThe
The fh reviaed city cjtordhflnfcS ordinances ware w re again againtaken ugalntakon againtaluilt
taken UI and some Qm minor maitwa dis discuesed diacUljed tli tlioLlesed
cuesed In connection conn ctl H1 therewith after afterwhich afterwhich afterwhich
which they tht > jT were referred to a committee committeeconsisting cOInmltteoconsisting commItteeconsisting
consisting of Councilman Nyc N e Chambers Chambersand Chambersanti
and Craig together togeth r with City Attorney AttorneyJ AUorneJ
J E Bagiey nnd Juuge J D Murphy MurphyThfcy Murh MurhThfY MurphyThey
They wtro instruct to report at th thnext thH thHnext tJLnext
next meeting of the council The com committee Ommlttec cornmittee ¬
mittee will meet at 7A oclock this even evening cvenin even1mr ¬
ing in to take up the work wrltThe wOrkThe v
The ordinance amending Itm nctfn the franchise franchisegranted franchisetranted franchisegranted
granted to Rudolph Kuchler for main maintaining maintnining maintitining ¬
taining waste paper boxes for or advertising advertisingpurposes pdvertislngJurposes advertisingPUrPOSeS
purposes on the street corners reducing reducingthe reduclnotIle reducingthe
the fee from I960 1tO to 100 pr annum for forthe torthe forthe
the privilege wu WQ5 passed passedThe laS8I laS8Ifhc namidrile
The finance committee qommittee recommended recommendedthe
the forming of a tmnUer J sower district in inplace inplU inplace
place of District AO L o 10 and that the thebuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building cf a sewer be taken UP UI u earl earlnext earlne sarbh1et
next ne t spring and rushed to completion n A Aspecial Alflcial Ai1ecin1
special bond election ele Uon was held lost fair at atwhich atwhicli t twhich
which the proposition to build the sewer sewerTor ewer owe oweror
Tor the larger district failed to curry curryEstimate Cllrr CllrrEsthna carryEstiinaes
Estimate for curbing and guttering gutteringduring gUUerlnduring gutteringduring
during 1903 i9O 00 In favor ot Join P ONeill ONeillwere Oelllwere ONeillwere
were allowed al1ow d aggregatng fl222221 1 1 and andthe amlthe andthe
the Wheelwright hMlwr ht Construction company companyfor comptlnfor companyfor
for building sidewalks in the sum of of11I7X of115lS of111SO
11I7X Claims were re allowed aUowedln in the sum sumof sumof stunof
of Sl isS77i 1 S7j and undpl payrolls rolll > amounting to toSU5S04 tul toS132b4
SU5S04 SU5S04A S132b4 S132b4A l u uA
A petition was receivedfrom received from the real realdents reildeRts reelloath
dents of Parry avenue asking 8ikln that thattlle thecouncil the thecouncil
council authorize tlut orlze the extension e1C nBlon of the thewmter thewatnnlftin
water watnnlftin main iaj 8 4 lHiit UOU tloapharo e < u hfara turQr turQrpetition 3Fh 3Fhpetition Thg Thgpetition
petition w wall m ref referred rrfd to tie water com committee ¬
mittee with the oity attorney attorneyA att rnlio rnliorl rneyA
A resolution was waspasfed pasted directing that thatthe thatth thatthe
the th ordinance or inanfc rotating to thatlean ng ngsidewalks n ut utBfdewaUc otsIdeiiailcs
sidewalks within th the city limits be rlgldv rlgldvenforced rlghlyenor 111id 111idenforced
enforced enor ed The street supervisor was di directed dlreeted d drocted ¬
rected to tq t keep eep all walks fronting on city cityproperty citlIHOIerty cityproperty
property clean of snow and ice iceSent IceSent
Sent to Reform fschool fschoolEmm School SchoolEmma SchoolEmma
Emma Christie aged aJed1G 16 of of Conlville C061llIe was wasyoterday wastbterdll ivanyesterday
yesterday tbterdll committed to the state tate reform reformschool reformIChOoI reformschool
school by b Judge A B Pntton utton in the tii ju juvenile juvouiilo ¬
venile court as an n incorrigible The girl girlhad Girlhld girlhid
had been Jn Ogden but it week prior to tohor tohor tolior
hor arrest but formerly Ijved h here hereMrs hereMrs re reMrs
Mrs Mary E Riley Dead DeadAtetegram DcadA DeadAtdegLarn
Atetegram A was received in Ogden y 1 1terday yar yarterday 5 5terday
terday announcing the donth at Emmett Emmotton EmmetlIdu EmmettIda
Ida of Mrs 1rs Mary E Riley at that place plac8on
on Sunday night The deceased c1 eWled was 76 76years i6t6ara 76years
years of ajfo i at the time of her demise demisewexk d > mlse mlsehc
hile hc left her home in Ogden about one onewek oneweek
week ago to visit with her nephew n phew Rev RevSumnor Re
Sumner Rogers who wIt has charge of the
Baptist church J t Emmett Jrnicttresided U Jtllex
ie resided a fn d Cg4 Jl1t forn r l4U tunfbeg at of aarS aarSansi f fanti
anti was W js very l ry wit T Jl known here l erc Tber Tbermains T e re remains i ima
mains ma nsvUJ riH ba brPYh nrpufirht brupgt1to t u thiadweikWk thiadweikWkWday thi tliLapiauQWdpeday IW W WlTc
Wday lTc a for Intermentf jnUrrnen In JUn J Ilb > fast fastsister rtistsister CUlt p piter
sister of Mrs M r Jliloy nuo died ip Ogd Ogden a ii mid midsince p tidsince n nIne
since that time she seemed fia to toJWVU Wwaj iiiatb a abrlken a ailroken
broken heart Mrs Riley seepi seemud mft d tpJpApremonition t tpJpA ujJiavnft M Ma
a premonition of her death and mdp air airarrangements alleriLngCmefltS r rrrangements
arrangements for to tho t burial of her er r rmainsbeforo Nt NtmlUpsboCoro re reflhiUltSbOfOL
mainsbeforo leaving Ogden Sha Sh Shoisnur Shoisnurvived ij aurJI aurJIvived u uvlved
vived by one o e daughter Mrs Helen A AChase AChae Abase
Chase base who Ilveij at 370 Tvemythlraireet Tvemythlr lwemythlrqtreet <
street O 08 Ogden ten tenSI < U USi i iSl5
Sl5 SI New Cases of Diphtheria DiphtherlaSix DiphtherSIc >
Six nev ne cases of diDhtheria dl bther 1 were weroported i8a i8aported re reported
ported yesterday and in one instance Instnn Jl Jlisxstated Jtis1 J
isxstated Is tated that an entire family f mUyi Is c do dovuh down downWitl n ntit
is1 Witl vuh tit the disease dlscs > t The fh dL disease s mi frf moatbo mDS mDSpr moat mostprevalent
pr prevalent Rlant in time Vicinity ot the 0 Dee Deebut ijoho l lbUt
bUt SUperintendent William AJUson1UatAd AJUson1UatAdy Allison 6ttd 6ttdyesterdaythat
y yesterdaythat stcrday Ithat he lid d not notbelieve bcU e ttoQfj it would wouldb
bo 15 necessary necesso to close the schopj 31arV 31arVthn Mar Martha ln lnthft
thn > the 6yesroId daughter f1lthterpf of airs n stuff stuffMrs riftdtMrs nouFMrs
Mrs Andrew JJ Martin died dle4trom dlo from from Mtu Mtudisease Qt1diseuse thudisease
disease Sunday sunda night and it is J stated te1 that thatseveral Ut thatseveral It It8eeml
several other of the Martin Murti enijdran el1Udr t1 ttv It Itdown ardown < t tdown
down with the t11 disease diseaseKnights v vKnights
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Knights of Columbus Election ElectionKnights ElecJionJ ElectionKnights
Knights J ni hts of Columbus Colum s Lodge No Tri oC oCOgden otOgden ofOgden
Ogden hela an electiin of ofiloers last lastevening JasteVfpln lastevenIng
evening which resulted as as followg followgDavid toUoweDavid J JDavid
David Hickey grand knight John Coo Cooney Coown Coofey
fey n deputy grand luugnt E F A Maguire Maguirechancellor Maguirechanccllor Mauntire Mauntirechancellor
chancellor A A V T Smyui wardens wurd n Waitor WaitorMcDonald W WauterMeflorlaid it itlcDon
McDonald lcDon d Inner guard T McGorwn McGorwnoutside JcGoVtunoutlldc 1cOosysrIloutside
outside guard W J 1 pran Cinanoifli Cinanoiflisecretary flnanohJJEecretar InanOIt4ceeretary
secretary John A Junk recording sec secretary 200r8tat socratary ¬
retary r8tat W S S OBrisn O rln lecturer S A AMuglnnls AMaginnis A AMaginnis
Maginnis advocate adocateMrs adQcateMrs advocateMra
Mrs Moores Case CaseTho CascTho CaseThe
Tho case of the city against asalnst Ifra Mn Clycje ClycjeMoore ClydeMoore
Moore for alleged cruelty to he her chIldren chflarenwus chndrttfwas chIldrenvhs
was postponed yesterday esterdav until this th mprn mprninif Plorntng morn mornMrs
inif Mrs Jrs Moore has ha chunsod lifsv l1 J Ubole IlbOdehull ibod ibodand I Iunt
and it is claimed has threatened < to P leave leavethe leavethe I Ith
the th city On this account the th children childrenwill c hiidrenwill ndr n j jwilt
will probably be placed in tho Crittunden Crittundenhome i
home it is probable that the woman will willbe wtUlie I
be prosecuted under the Jaws of 1093 for fordependent to furdependent
dependent and neglected children childrenMarriage chl1drOZIMarriage childrenMarriage I
I
Marriage Licenses LicensesMarriage LiccnsesMarrlflgo LicensesMurriai
Marriage licenses Ucon > s have ao bron bro iigsued to toAmos t to1hIL5I I
Amos 1hIL5I Garrison Gi1rri on 27 7 mid Miss IJtif FrancesMagginetti Frances Franoelugg lrelnoeMutinotti
Magginetti lugg lI ltI 19 both of Ogden Edmund EdmundR Edn1Un41 Edn1Un41It
R It JUerrett 29 I of 01 North Ocden and Miss MissHannah MissIlunitiahi 1iss I
Hannah C C Chugg 24 offair of 1iirr West W st and andJohn andIolmn I ITQhn
John H Rentz L 53 and Miss Mary E Mc McDonald McDonald ¬
Donald 2Q s both of Salt alf Lak LakCoal IuJte IuJteCoal l1k l1kCoal
Coal Supply Short ShortTiro ShortThe
11 11Tho
The coal situation In Ogden Ogden ifs ils ls still UU fluiteigerious fluitei ouitairius iuIt iuItserious
serious rius Empty bins wnra wnrrfPort reported at atmost atmOst atmost
most of the yards artls yssterouy although ia iamO 1 hiflLOt 1
mO mOlt t all cases caS 5 the supply wo W4UI vuIs retorto4 retorto4to r8llOJ r8llOJto
to be on the road roO und is expected to H Hrive Mt Mtrh8 atrlvelrnmedlntoly >
rive rlvelrnmedlntoly immediately which it it is hoped ho f will willrelive wUlrelit willroIlvetjma
roIlvetjma relive ti t situation situationDogs ttuutionDogs I II I
I
Dogs Owner Must M u Settle SettleIn
In tho municipal court yeetvrdsy eett > rdaY fore forenoon for fornoon ¬ I
noon the th dog case Cll of Max Davidson Do Jjlfln vs vsA W1 v v1k
A Kaa0ius was again taken up Aftr Aftrabout AftelaiOUt r r i iahout
about thirty minutes deliberation the Jury Juryraturnod juryretutnod i iretUIuo
raturnod n n verdict ver lct in favor of tho thenh i4aintiff i4ain i itiCf
tiff for 10 the defendant to pay cite tliccosti citecosts 1
cOlt
Ogden ojen Briefs BriefsThe Bri8fs Bri8fsThe BriefsThe
The board of trustees of the Crlttendon Crlttendonhome CrittenilOnhome n I Ihome
home how 11cl a mqetin lost night and dis disposed dishosed ¬
posed of a number of routine matters and andreported anllrEported andreported
reported having received a donation of ofsro
sro 30 but the name of the donor was with withheld withheld ¬
held by request requestJ
J B I rtunsaker and Charles Smith were vreracigars werearreIted werOarrested
arrested last evening tor or tlelfJng selling n hoxof hoxofclgurs box of ofcigars
cigars for whch they the received Te ejv d but butcents 9J 9 9cents
cents nts The police believe Oat at tf th cigars cigarswure clgarawor cigarsvere
wure stolen sto en They rhc i placed e men m n under underarrest underarr underarrest
arrest arr t pending an investigation investigationA Inve < Ugatl I1 I1A
A McFarland A D Shurtliff and andThomas MlldThomas amidThomas
Thomas yhalcn the appraisers alVrQ s rs of the theThomas theThomusl theThomas
Thomas Thomusl P 1 Dee estate have placed pl ced the thevalue Utevalue thevalue
value of the property as folk t01l0ws > ws Real Realestate
estate 1011866 personal JJ430827S IH 75 total totaliSG2Ull totaJIS total1S62l
iSG2Ull IS 1S62l 211U 141 The lh personal property consists ooneistslargely 40n consistslargely l5t8
largely of stock held l eld in the different dlftet l1t con concerns canccrnH caiicerns ¬
cerns with which the late judge was Wfi Idea itfenlifted 1 Ideatifled enw enwtltl
lifted tltl d
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THE TH DEATH DE DEATHRECORDI DEATHRECORDIColonel T RECORD RECORDColonel RECORDColoncl >
Colonel Samuel Adams Drake DrakeKenpetounkport Drake4I DrakeKenpebunkport
Kenpetounkport I Me Dec 4 tCo1onel tCo1onelSamuel 4ColonelSamuel Colonel ColonelSamuel
Samuel Adams Drake author and his historian hlstorlap historlan ¬
torian died here today todn aged ag 72 yers yersDr y yDrV rdjra rdjraDrVon
Dr DrV DrVon Von Leuthold LeutholdBerlin Leuth LeuthoidBerlin ldi ldiPerlin
Berlin Dec 4 4Professor Professor Dr DrLeuthold von vonLeuthold VOnLeuthold
Leuthold a surgeon general o ocian otthe ottheam oVthearmytantha
am armytantha armytanthachin ntL ha p rtI Rq p1Iysl p1IyslClan
Clan is dead
William yilllam Hart HartNew HarLNew t t1aw
New York Doa 4 4YUIiIip1 William TJar jJartfer jJartferULUY f fr frmuny r rmany
many years a well known minstrelyuied minstrelyuiedsucjdonly minstrel i lod iiedstiddealy lodb
sucjdonly b ddonly of kidney trouble tonight j jiI agd J5 d
58 51 years eurs Hart was known on the stii stiiyears 1tiJt 1tiJtyoort iqre iqreyears
years ago a as Billy Black Of 1 1had Jattlie Jattliehad 3at ae aehad
had been in vaudeville au cvm Hart HartCalif vii II IICalifornian aCalifornian
Calif Californian CalifornianDUNNES ornlan ornlanDUNNES
44 44DUNNES
DUNNES PLANS P A S REJECTED REJECTEDChicago REJECT REJECTChicago REJECTEChIcago
Chicago Dec i tA A double revcrsAwas revcrsAwasadministered reverawas reverawasadministered
revritwas revritwas8Imlnlstered
administered to Mayor Dunne at u ajo ajonights to tonlghts tonl
nights nl hts session of the city clhcouncl1i council fffhe fffhealdermen Ihe Ihealdermen he heal
aldermen al ermen rejected his policy bOth on onthe onthe onthe
the gas rate and on his traction plan planPLEADED pl p111PLEADED lJ lJPLEADED
PLEADED GUILTY GUILTYIndependence GUll GUILTYindependence TV
Independence Totlep < mdcnce la Dec 4 IWIJUarn William Mc McWilllams McWilliams Ic Ic1llllnms
I Willlams pleaded guilty here today on onthree onthree onthree
three Indictments found against him f for forth forthe ° r rthe
the th killing of his is wife t fe and five chit children chitdrl1 ciadren ¬
dren
AFFORDS AFFORDSi AFFORDSGOOD
i GOOD G OD VARIETY VARIETYJitst VARIE Y
Jitst St Consignment Consj ent of Smoked WhiteFisjiErom White1sit White V1u1the
FisjiErom 1sit Froril the East EastFRUIT E East5i st stF >
5i 5iIUFl
FRUIT F UFr > PRICES PRICES GO HIGHER HIGHERDJALERS HIGHERDcEALERS HIGHERpLERS
DJALERS PREDICT STILL GREAT GREATER GREATER
ER ADVANCES ADVANCESA
ii A cv of Q pears arrived yjasteyrday These ThesewJU Th ThwJU Thesewjfl
wJU be distributed smank lW ng the th fruit 4el 4elots t111tlors IlsIera
ors this wcelc A oar of oranges WitS also alsoreceived alsor alsoreceived
received r lvoo A car of smoked white fish is isin isI isin
in I J trom tr jrom ° rn the cast This is the first con consignment conBtgnmenrto coimstgnment ¬
signment to reach this cltr eU Prices on onthe ontho onthe
the fish are wholesale Io 1 l per basket basketretail buskltr4tnU bttkctrttti1
retail 22 i cents per > > > er ix l pound > > un4 Colery is isIxHJbming isomlng Isbcorning
IxHJbming omlng scarce and tho stock shown is ispoor IsJoor Ispoor
poor poorDealers JoorI poorDoalors
Dealers I predict Dre < a steady advance for forcranberries forcrAnborrles forenborrles
cranberries While those are now 20 I cents centsporquart centsper
porquart nor quazt uart It is I expected c the prices iviJJ iviJJb willhe
b he Iflgher higher 1 for Christmas thrl Thritmns tmuli than for many manysttosons manyseasons
seasons a ons A few California grapog sra arc on onth ontb onthe
th the market at 15 cents c Jts par 1 > 8r pound Date Dateshave Datehave
h have ve dropped ropcd to 10 cents Cf u and nd iJO cants C per perpound lWlpound perpound
pound Apples at 50 64 cents and 6i 00 > c cents celitJJler centspsi nt3 nt3par
par peck Jle < k are offered iu the fruit line lineOranges tineorangcs lineOranges
Oranges range at prices from 3d cent to toSy toj tocoBts
Sy cents iMir dozen ozen Fresh tomatoes are areshown nr nrhown
shown in small quantities < s at 3 J cents per perpound verpound or orpound
pound Celery can be hud for 5 cents cCni per perbunch perbunch perbunch
bunch Fresh resh herring herrjitgre are 1e being received receivedin f c v4Kl v4KlIn
in the fish markets mnJk ts These are the first firstfor firstiT t ttQr
for iT several s6 ral month and will be in great greatU BrtUtQQmIJ greatu1Ifl1LHIlt1
U QQmIJ u1Ifl1LHIlt1 < mi8mJ nl1 They urc retailing tit two for forcents
35 cents centsrlles <
riles Quickly QuicklyCured tuickIyCured
Cured at Home HomeInstant DomeIlistant llonmInstant
Instant Relief Permanent Cure CureTrial CureTriall CureTrial
Trial Triall Package ckage Mailed Free to toAll toAll toAll
All in Plain Wrapper WrapperPiles
Piles is a fearful disease but easy to tocure tocure tocure
cure If you go at It right rightAn 1lshtn righttn
An tn n operation with 1th the knife is danger dangeroils dangcrOUS dangerou
oils ou cruel humiliating and unnecessary
Tliere te JUMt ust one other sure way WU to t be becurod becUrItdpalTloss becuredpainless
curod cUrItdpalTloss painloss sure and in the privacy
of O your our own home homeit it is Pyramid Pile Pilaviirc
viirc viircIVe t Jrc JrcWe rc
IVe W rcW mail a trial package free fr e to all who whowrite Whowrite whowrite
write writeIt writeIt writeIt
It will 111 give you OU instant relief show showyou showJlGU showOU
you OU tho harmless painless nature df this thisgreet thisgreat thisgreat
great remedy and start you ou well on the theway thewav theway
way way toward a perfect erfect cure euroThen curellben cureIhen
Then you OU can got a fullsized box from fromany fromallY fromany
any druggist for 50 O cents and often one onebox onebox onebox
box cures curesIf eUtcsIt etaesIf
If the druggist tries to sell you some something ¬
thing just as good it is because b nuse he makes makesmore makesmere makesmore
more money on the substitute substituteInsist substituteInsist substituteInsist
Insist on having what you call for forThe forThe
The cure begins at once and continues continuesmpidly continuesrapidly
rapidly until it is complete und perma permanent permaheat ¬
heat nentYou 11en heatYOU t
You can go right rJ ht ahead with your OUr work workand W workad ork orkapd
and bo b easy caS and comfortable all the time timeIt timeIt timeit
It is well worth trying
Just send your name and address ad rCili to
Pyramid P ramid Dru Drug Co 9214 Pyramid p Tramld building
Marshall Mich and receive free frto by re return return return ¬
turn mall mall the trial package in a plain plainwrapper platnwrapper plainwrapper
wrapper wrapperThousands wrapperrhouBllnds
Thousands have been cured ni this easy easypainless OWl OWlpainlc easypainless
painless s and nd inexpensivp way in the pri privacy privacy privacy ¬
vacy of the home homeNo homeNo homeNo
No knife and its torture tortureXo tortureXo thrtureNo
Xo dootor and his bills billsAll billsAU billsAit
All druggists EO cents Write today for fora
a free package packageHEWLETTS puckageHEWLETts packageHEWLETTS
HEWLETTS HEWLETTSTHREE HEWLETTS HEWLETTSTHREE
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or other injurious ingredients In redlents See Seeformula Seetormula Secformula
formula on every can Your grocer croccrsells rroersells grocersells
sells Three T rec Crown the best jf > f the thegood thegood thegood
good ones When the quality Is su superior superior mperlor ¬
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