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THE SALT LAKE HEP VLB DECEMBER 7 1905
MAXWARMBATH MAXWARMBATHDIES WARMBATH WARMBATHDIES
DIES ON COAST COASTi COASTSuccumbs COASTSuccumbs
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Succumbs to Asthmatic Troubles ui uiLos th thI4os
Los Angeles AngelesABSENT AngelestBSENT
ABSENT FROM CITY A WEEK WEEKONCE WEE1ONCE
ONCE WEALTHY MINING OPE OPETOR OPERP OPERPTOROFNEVADA
TOR TOROFNEVADA TOROFNEVADANwi OF NEVADA NEVADAK <
K Nwi < wa of f the death iath of Max Ma Warmbatft WarmbatftJin Varmbit1ln
Jin Los Angeles Sunday Nov 3 was wa wate4xtd re rertivid
rtivid in Salt Lake yesterday ilk death deathwa
wa not unexpected About a week agb agbhe b bhe
1
he 1 1ft ft for Los AngeJ Angejs < believing bt1evIa in tH tHchange his hisc1ng
change of altitude and a d cLimate he wouljl wouljlluJ WOU WOUiiri
luJ relief from asthmatic trouble ofl oflwhich o ovflc
which vflc h he had been a sufferer for fo years yearsTh year2T
Th T h > illieaae had to toi firm a loJd howev howevnd howvI +
I nd combined with hia extreme age vroyv vroyvtn wo woictory
tn victory victoryMax ictoryMax
Max Warmbuth was wa one on of the moat moatwidely moLwidely
widely Known men rn in this HtHte bavins bavinsresided Iga4itgtsld4
resided in Salt Lake for or twentyfire twentyfirewi
wi > Until t ntfl a few ytsartj ago he owned ownedairl owtWiaIr1
airl nianaged a burner chop on oniutt Second SecondflUth
flUth iutt street but falling fatUi heath forced hint htmto hintto
to give up active work workHe workT
He T lc arrived In New York from London Londonov
ov o > r forty year ago 150 He remaned in inX b bNcw
X Ncw < w York working at hia hI trade that of ofLurborlne o o3rhrtIg
Lurborlne until the Comateek excitement excitementn
n r Virginia City He came wets with withoilier withet4
oilier et4 bound for the newly discovert dIEov r d dTrinlng 4miflg
Trinlng miflg camp H I acquired cqulz ed u fortune fortunet
t ujuth speculation ccuiation but later lo Iot t ail ailK allrrcnug
K Tomiug troubled with asthma while In InKVvuda inuida
KVvuda uida ha w wwit nt to San Francisco when whenc
c i covered sufficiently to return to Ne Neid
id 1 In MSO SO h came rne t tA Salt Like Liket a at
t ihns a position with Chrn Chr Dlehl Diehieonductini who whoMa
Ma conducting a barber shop in the old oldhalt oldsat
halt Lake Hou 1Iouit now the Irogres rogresc build buiWriK buildng
ng riK In 1S80 he h bought Mr Dlenl 8 intereat intereatc lntereiiiuved
c mured his shop to Second South in inJW h
JW 9 where he remaned until two y ytutra ytutrafl arg arggo
go lie fl wan at thevtimo of Ills retire retirerint retircthe
rint the oldest barber in bunlnew in thin thintv thistt
tt tv
tvU U Lt i < AVarmbath w ws s A native of Pola Pohni1 Pohni1was d dTlr
Tlr was 65 6 years of age The only living livioBrelatives livingTsluties
relatives are a wife and two daughter daughterf
1 f thi city and a son Samuel now in iniJjIdflPUl InA
A iJjIdflPUl Nay The w son > n has been notified notifiedtnd notitteLI
I tnd rtd wii make all arrangementa for the ln lnTrmtnt Inrmci
Trmtnt TrmtntNOT rmci tt ttNOT
NOT FOR FORROYLANCE FORROYLANCEiT ROYLANCE ROYLANCETJ
TJ of TJ Professor Opposes Kecruitin KecruitinFootball ReciuitingFootball
Football Team From Outside OutsideDebates outsideDebates
Debates Are Arranged ArrangedThf
Thf Th first rerul regular r meeting of the asso associated asoat ¬
ciated at 1 student body of the university was wasIsrKl vas1kl
IsrKl j tHtrday trdiiy The triennial report of ofo
7 o f > lr irurr urvr Was na made after which the thejn th thintiti
jn intiti ftjug waa t ttrnetl rn l over to the debating debatingiittrtstn dobsitingtcrtt
iittrtstn tcrtt of f the school Several members memberstf
tf tin faculty made addressIrofigjwr address addresiesir1
Irofigjwr ir1 William tlliui Boylancw said with withrrlatiuti withrrittrt
rrlatiuti to football and debating tiesttIi Th Thv Thsi ThsiTflptitioI1
TflptitioI1 v being srsid i JJQ both hy stnd stndvnts stndvntsi flts fltsL
L i irxtKiders tfltSi1t ± that hc fotttbull t tucin am be beTruHwl berrjit4
TruHwl from roi outside of o chool la 1 a a aXL re reUciiuii
Uciiuii XL ttiua upon and a disgrace to the 8tu 8tuiicnts etutcnt
iicnts of r tne university It woukl 1 e j just justfl4i5ttflt iat iatf
f insistent to urge that for the aHo of oftors o
1 tors tr th > debating toam bo reoruited reoruitedjrom resrultedroin
jrom roin outSIde the ohool Such action actionhov aetJon1nv
hov ivtr v i not n uded ded in cither Case caaeV
V hive the material to maku a winning wlnnlnirf winningfutb
f futb > otb ill 11 tarn and all that IK needed IB IBsupport insirort
support and earneat arno work by every Ivev atu atufrit atsit
frit t To say tUai a scliool of a t ihoit ihoitnrd houstisiCt >
nrd udnt a majority of o coiiefe cofle rank ranki
i in not producif eleven 1evsin too good < l n ruin n is a ai
I i rrio Ei si and should never beacknowt beacknowtSi bt acknow1 acknow1Sp
Si aklne further concerning the jjr jjrnt pra praS
S nt rritkm on football he saM root rootlil FootM
lil 8 Kvond h yonl doubt the best of all the thei
i iit H < c KMineti U ia a man mano game and andtiiit andI
I > tiiit deelop manhood to the sxe gesit gesitI t tt
I t d grt vrnc To jibolMi it would wouk be a the ihelifigsi theIigw
lifigsi of folly Some rt rEJV1atOIsa latioua or mod modvittions m04howovrr
vittions Iwwever can b be made with withut
ut < nitane1 nitane1fa 1 UttI15 UttI15rh
fa outline of the debating work for forth or orliv
th svaeon was jr ijtwented ntd by Wan flUf flUfik Bt BtIk
Ik Alexander Thw > int intfrsUtte > ratate dc dcit dohave
it s have btvn arrangd The flrat J Jt is isI
t > IK nth the University c of C Cniurauo and andi andhitd
i i > < h hitd ld in Salt Luke Jan IX r Th mr ti tir
r Uti Ftfl n for diaeuasion ia It4rsoivud It4rsoivudAtLt t Molved MolvedA <
A AtLt tat the thi Interstate Commerce Conimls Conimlsit
I it lv 1i Empowered to tt Fix Itailvoe BaIlro4ight ItailvoeA
A isht Ratw I1ati Utah taken the affirm affirmat affirmide
t A > ide The debaters who are areentered areenteredI entered j jn
n I tit preliminary content for the team teamt
t r rjrsent i > r wnt Utah in this ilobate wn wnlc ursI
lc I r v Goddard John C C Jensen David DavidM Davidtsider
M Huler and nd Dale iarke arco the two last lastirn
7 am d mm rvpmifcnted Utah in two Jn Jnt inrsttt
t rstatt debatos with Idaho and Colorado Coloradoivt
ivt t V ur Thc preliminary iont ontest nt will
1 In ht1 a at 113 > oclock next Vedneaday VedneadayThe
i tJh asostmh1y huil huilIht
The vthcr two debates will b with tie tlwnlvi tieiiIirntty
nlvi iiIirntty r lty of Idaho and Denver ITolvor ITolvorty
ty March 1ft and April li 1 reajHWtlwly reajHWtlwlyilt
ilt i It queatlon for th the DenverUtah debate debatee debatethe
e the name as that for Itah and tlw tlwnviTHlty thurvrstty
nviTHlty of Colorado Utah h has th thgaiiVti the thetliU
gaiiVti tliU sklo in this debate debateGLOBEWERNICKE tiebateGLQBEWERNICKE
GLOBEWERNICKE BOOK CASES CASESMake CASESMake
Make Ideal Christmas Presents PresentsThe PrccntnThe
The Breeden Office Supply C Ce Ceo
0 West 2d South SouthThose SouthThese
Those cases build up in layers or ornnjt otimt
nnjt are not exietisive and make makeiULtfflI
1 luiiful articles of furniture furnitureSONGS rurnitureI rurnituresoricis >
I
SONGS soricis AND ANDLECTUREI ANDLECTUREIModern LECTURE LECTUREModern
Modern Women Composers Subject Subjectof
of Musical Entertainment EntertainmentModern EntertainmentI
I Modern Yotran ConuKwere will be beptndisd beti1d
ptndisd at a lectuie reeig i next Wondny Wondnyi Jond Jondt
i vf riu nji by Mr Mrs Martha Royk King an nrar
1 r pupils at t hr studio in the Cominer1 Cominer1i Cominerdub
i T club building buildingT buildingthis
T this recital personal char ehaaetertstiea teri tiea tieanf I Irne
nf t > me of the famous composen Will be beT
T ttd and their ni fliusk Bk > will be explained explainedvh explahtedw1
vh illustrations iu the shape of contra contrabv otg5i
bv i Mrs Kiijg Kiqand and some ome of her pupil
DESTRUCTION DESTRUCTIONISi IS ISINDESCRIBABLE
i INDESCRIBABLE INDESCRIBABLEAgents
Agents ofiJewisli Belief Committee CommitteeTraveling CommitteeTraveling
Traveling in Russia RussiaIVSA BussiaMASACRES
IVSA MASACRES SACRES IN MANY TOWNS TOWNS40OOO TOWNS TOWNSIN
IN KJEFF 40OOO PERSONS ARE AREAFFECTED AREAFFECTED
AFFECTED AFFECTEDLendon 4 4London
London Dec i The secretary of tha thai thuaemmitLee
i oommlttco which wa was appointed by tho thorecant thoreit >
recant confere conference c held here under the theehairnrnnahlp
ehairnrnnahlp of liordc llothsichld to toI toLke
I telio ehHvga of th dlstvlbutlon of tho thofun4 thtifunds
funds collected for the relief of Jews Jewstn JowaIn
tn iUisaja said eil to the Associated Press Presstonight
tonight that the committee was beinsr beinsrmuch beItgInueh
much hampeied by the failure ot tei teiogrnphlc t i ioraphte
ogrnphlc opmmunicaton He said that thatthe thatthe
the Cpllowinff dispatch had been re received ieeelved ¬
ceived from the traveling commission commlsglonem
em who are now working In various variousparts variousparts
parts of Russia securing data and sta statlmlcs MaUnties
Unties for the guidance of those who whoro whosro
sro ro d attributing the funds fundsTetaffraphle I
Telegraphic oommunlcutlon has been beenentirely beeiQIIUrIY
entirely stopped throughout Ruwla and andvo andweare
vo weare are without news We are sending sendingthta cendlnathis
this to tjw frontier frontierAmounts frontierAmounts
Amounts to Millions MillionsAfter MillionsACter
After a personal inspection wo ofta oftareport eanreport
report that the destruction is Indescrib Indescribable indoscilbable ¬
able Hundreds of shops hop have bijeti bijetidestroyed bittdestroyed
destroyed and business ia at a stand standstill standstill ¬
still The damage amounts to million millionOf
Of roubles roublesForty roublesForty
Forty thousand porgons are affected affectedin
in Kieff alone S Ssivea1 ve al small towns townswhich townswhich
which had Jc JcvIh vlsh sections have bjEent bjEentetuirely betlethtlrely
etuirely burned and the people Are AreSleeping ar arIeopIng
Sleeping In the fields fieldsThe fieldsThe
The secretary said that relief centers centershad centershail
had been established at EUaterinoslav EUaterinoslavGomel IlksterinoslavComul
Gomel Keff Odessa Pojtava UostoftV UostoftVonDon 1tostoffOnDon
onDon Simferopol and Moscow Th Thtiavftliny Tbff Tbfftiavsithg
tiavftliny commisslonors say that 17L 17Ltowns 171towns
towns have bft been > n the scenes of Jewish Jewishmaftsacras Jewishassacros
maftsacras These flguie do not In Ineludc Inelude
elude a number of villages and Siberian Siberiantowns Siberiantowns
towns inapy of which suftared from the thoantiSemitic theantiSemitic
antiSemitic madness madnessSaw madnessSaw
Saw Rioting Riotingat at Kieff KieffWriting KiaffWriting
Writing from Kieff under date of ofDtc ofDi
Dtc Di 1 the commissioners say that the thetown thetown
town was as then in open riot and that thatflrlnsr thatliring
flrlnsr was continual The British con contiul consul
tiul had offered to shelter the commis commissioners conunissloneis ¬
sioners sloneisThe sionersThe
The secretary said that up to date dateISi75000 dato3475OO
ISi75000 had been contributed Thin Thinsum Thhisum
sum Includes SlMOOQQ from the United UnitedStates LnltodStates
States 520000 from Germany and andJ3J and4OdO
J3J 4OdO < MO from roui Great Britain The sum sumof sumof
of M5AOO had already been remitted remittedto
to Russu RussuThe RussuTite
The committee the secretary seer tary said saidproposed saldpmposed
proposed to organize a special system systemef
ef relief for the orphaned children childrenwho childrenwho
who would be removed fronvTtUKsia from rtussila and andgiven andgiven
given into the care of Jewish families familiesIn
In other countries This Tlil plan he said saidhad saidhad
had reed the endorsement of Jacob Jacobf
H f S sehiii hlft of New York treasurer ot otthe ofthe
the American relief committee who of offered offerod ¬
fered to take any number of children childrenup
up to 600 and see to their proper din disposition dinposition ¬
position positionPROTECTS positionI positionPROTECTSVENEZUELA I
PROTECTS PROTECTSVENEZUELA PROTECTSVENEZUELAFrench VENEZUELA VENEZUELAFrench
French View of the Extension of the theMonroe theMonroe
Monroe Doctrine DoctrineParis DoctrinePas
Paris Dec 6 6The Tho Temps in a load JaadUHP loadht
UHP ht artiolo tills evening discusslng disouo In Prea4 Prea4ident Pros ProsWent
Went Reos Uooveits velts meesage m asa o to congr cengrsQ cengrsQsays s sThe
says saysrite
The Monroe doctrine is given ivoii extra extraordinary extraordinary ¬
ordinary nioportlpns It is no longer longercoutlned longerconlln
conlln coutlned d to forb forbddinr ddinc Eurdpftto Europe to con conquer conquei ¬
quer or annex South American tern torrltor terntory
tor tory > but i also extended against tha thaMimple lJiosimple
simple seizure of custom houses which whichte
te tho sole means of effective reprisal reprisalagainst rclrisdLlainat
against ainat delinquent southern republics republicsPresident republicsPresident
President Roosevelt did not present presentthis i ithis
this objection thra years ago against againstthe againstthe
the triple action of Germany Great GreatBritain Greatl3nItain
Britain and Italy against Venezuela VenezuelaVhy VenezuelaWhy
Why has lie chosen the moment when whenFrance whenFrance
France may tuayb be qbllged to adopt mean measure meanures
ure of th tita same Kind against Venezuo Venezuola
la laThe
The Journal De Des Debuts j also lso com comxntntH cornments
xntntH on tl the extension of U ttdoctrine lonroe lonroedoctrine
doctrine doctrineBOYS doctrineBOYS
s
BOYS PROMPT ACTION ACTIONSAVED ACTIONSAVED
SAVED TWO TRAINS TRAINSPortland TRAINSPortland
Portland Ore Dec G Remarkable 6Remarkablepresence Remarkablepresence
presence of mind In t boy of 11 years yearsprevented yoariprevented
prevented what might ftuve mve be been n a so soriouB sonoun
noun accident to a Northern Pacific Pacificpassenger Paciticpassenger
passenger train near Kalama Washunday Wash WashSunday
Sunday night Vincent McKennon dis discovered diacovered ¬
covered two horses flrmiy caught in a atrestle atre1e
trestle across the Kalainu river Know Knowing 1novtug
tug that a passenger train and a freight freightwere freightwere
were both due to cross the bridge with within within ¬
in a short time the boy ran to Kalama Kalamaa
a distance of nearly live 11v miles in time timeto timeto
to notify the engineer of the freight freightWarning freightVnrnliig
Warning was sent to the passenger passengertrain paeengertrain
train which was fortunately behind behindtime behindtime
time and a a section gang went to the thebridge thebridge
bridge and removed the imprisoned an animals animals ¬
imals The boys action will be brought broughtto
to the attention of the officials of the theomDany
omDany
Ii WeI4re 4 4LI
LI Civing CivingI
I I The es 1 1I
I Values j
I I in RibbOiflS0 RibbOiflS0I
I in Souff IJai SC0
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SHlPiSUBSIDY SHlPiSUBSIDYBill
Bill REVIVED REVIVEDMasquerades REVIVEDNasquerades
Masquerades Before Befor Congress Under Underthe Undertllemeoi
the tllemeoi Name of Subvention SubventionSMALL SubventionSMALL
SMALL COSTFIRST COT FIRST YEAR YEARNO
NO UMl TQ TTE GAMEAFTER GAMEAFTERWashington GAME AFTER AFTERTHAT
THAT THATWashIngton
Washington Dec G The supple supplemental suppleInefltal ¬
mental report and wised bill of the themerchant themerchant
merchant marine commission were werepresented wereprcented
presented today in the senate by Chair Chairman ChairflISfl ¬
man Galllnger of the commission and andIn andfri
In the house of representatives by byKopresentitlvo byiteprosentt1ve
Kopresentitlvo CJrosvenor Thfe revised revisedbill revisedbill
bill according to the estimate ot the thecommission theeornmhmlon
commission wjll produce an increased increasedvorenue increasedvwenue
vorenue from the tonnage taxes o o1Wij000 of ofcl90e000
1Wij000 in the first year of the open operation openatlon ¬
ation of the bill from July J 1906 to toJuno toJune
Juno 30 1S07 It is estimated by b the thecommission thecoinmisslop
commission that the actual expend expenditures expendture ¬
tures ture on account of the bill in the first firstyoar firstyear
year of its operation will be 150000 for forniival fornavaL
navaL volunteer retainers 5668260 for formail forinafl
mail subventions to new lines and and6OOO
367000 for the increase o oC mail subven subventions subvontlons ¬
tions to two existing cxistin lines a a total o oI12SS25C of of1S5C
I12SS25C
Increase in SecondYear SecondYearIn
In the second year from from July 1 19S7 19S7to l7to
to June 30 1DOS the general subven subventions subycutiono ¬
tions to cargo vessels earned the year yoarbefbro yearbefore
before will become payable P1y kle and the thecommission thecomrnisnlon
commission estimates that these sub subventions subventious ¬
ventions will call for en n expenditure of of12500U ofl26OOO
12500U > The mail subventions to new newUnas newlirlas
Unas the second year will call for 1 15OOOO
600 5OOOO < KM > the naval volunteer retainers retainersfor
for 800000 and an increase of mail ronllsubventions mailsubvetiojis
subventions to two existing lines for for47OOO
487000 a totalexpenditure of ofarfil 8607000 8607000tutu
tutu the Increased ihereased tonnage taxes will willylqild IlI IlIYI1I
ylqild an increased in revenue estimated estimatedat
at 1800000 In the second year yearWill yearWill
Will Keep on Increasing IncreasingJn
Jn the third year the commission es estimates entimates ¬
timates that the net cost to the trees treasury treesury ¬
ury will be 8313000 and that this sum summay Summay
may increase by about SWOOOO OOOOO a year yearfor yearor
for or several years thereafter thereafterIt
It is stated by the commission that thatGr thatOzeat
Gr Ozeat at Britain is now spending between
55000000 and ROOOOOa in subventions subventionsto
to her merchant marine Trance up upward upward ¬
ward of 8OOB000 Italy upward of of3QOOOOU
3000000 and Japan probably close to tofl000000 to4OOOoOO
fl000000 and tit hat th merchant mar marrines nutrrises
rises of all these nations especially especiallythose especiallythose
those of Italy and ntI Japan are ttr showing showinga
a very rapid Increase IncreaseFew IncreaseFew
Few Alterations AlterationsAccompanying AltcrtionsAccomppnyn
Accompanying the report of the thecommission Uieecmrnlsion
commission is the revis rovia4d < J bill altered alteredin
in no important particular from its or original orIgirial ¬
iginal form except that general sub subventions subventlons ¬
ventions of 650 per ton are provided providedfor
for shipping m the Philippine trade tradecompensation trtidecompensation
compensation to the American line to toAustralasia toAustralasia
Australasia Is Increased 217000 over overexisting overexisting
existing law and compensation to the theAirjorican theAnerican
Airjorican line is increased 250000 OOOO tq tqa t ta
a total of about 100 1OOO 000 to enable tho tholine tholine
line to withstand the th Intensified com compettion cornpettion
pettion of the Cqnard company with withit withits
it its new British subsidy of 1100000 fl100000GREET 1100000GREET
GREET W H HAVILAND HAVILANDSalt
Salt LakeElks Entertain Grand Trus Trustee Ti4ts Ti4tstee ¬
tee of Butte ButteAccompanied Accompanied to toDenver toDenver
Denver by Local Men MenOfficers MenOfficers
Officers and members of the Elk of ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake entertained Grand Trustee AV AVH IVH
H Haviland of Butte yesterday in a man manner mannor ¬
nor that made him remark lust before beforeleaving before1eaImig
leaving for Denver The Elks of Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake are certainly good fallows fallowsMr fellowstIr
Mr tIr Haviland Hasihtndls js a member memberoftime ef th Butt untielodge < j jlodge
lodge lie goes to Denver to make ar arrangements arrangernonts ¬
rangements for the grand lodge reunion
W H Havlland Havllandto
to be held In that city nest July Ho was waswelcomed waswelcomed
welcomed at the depot by a t committee committeecomposed committeecotnpoeed
composed of the following local Elks P PP PP
P ChrIstensen T 1 Homer G II Cleave Cleavaland Cleaveland
land Gordon U Place J IL ilunderfioUl ilunderfioUlOanfaiu ManderfioldOapain
Oanfaiu J B Burbldge A G Raybould Raybouldana
ana A J Davis DavisThe DavisThe
The visitor was taken or an aulp ride ridoaround ridearound
around the city Luncheon was served servedat
at the Commercial club and an informal informalrecoptjon informalreception
reception hold iu the club rooms of the theKlka the1lks
Klka home When leaving for Denver DenverMr DenverMr
Mr Haviland was os oeorted orted to the depot depotIn depotin
In the police atrol wagon This ride was wasthe wasthe
the rat ina patrol over enjoyed by the thevisitor thevi5itor
visitor he hastened to explain He left leftfor leftfor
for Denver at 3 p m over tee Denver Denverl DenverItio
l Itio o Grander accompanied by P P Chris Chriatenaen Christensen
tenaen and A J Davis DaaBeginning DavisBeginning
I
Beginning tonight the Carleton Op Opera Operacompany ra racompany
company will present n9en Tien Johnny JohnnyCninos JohnnyComes
Comes ilarchinff Hom at the Theatre TheatreTha TheatreTha
Tha dnga engageneni ement runs ruu the remainder of ofThe ofthe
the wek S SThe
The Whitecaps will be given at the theGrand timeCrnnd
Grand tonight and for the refit of the theweek tileweak
week
The Vtopian is still ti1l drawing good gooduttlntss goodbusiness
business at th the Lyric LyrloThe LyricThe
The ladies of Westminster Proaby Proabyterlan Prosbyterian
terlan church will give dinner supper supperand 8up1e1and
and sale of useful an ana fancy articles at atI
I O O F hall JIarKot street Satur Saturday Saturday ¬
day Dec 8 1305 1305NO 1501NO
NO TYPHOID GERMS GERMSIn
In dtMtiUed water Dont drink city citywater citywater
water it ia responsible for 500 cases casesof essosof
of typhoid fever in this city cityPhM5icIans cityPhiclans
PhM5icIans recommend pure distilled distilledwater disUflodwatot
water It Js dangerous to drink city citywater citywater
water Wo furnish distilled water and andthe andtli
the tli cost Is ony only J cent per glass and andhealth andhealth
health Is in even evor siase Sis halfgal halfgalJonb halfgalIoz
Jonb Ioz with porcelain stopper 160 per percase perctse
case and a SlQO re ic1ate at < > for case re returned returned ¬
turned I ITHE
THE SALT LAKE > 01TY SODA SODAr SODA8UiiJl SODAWATEQtThN3
WATEQtThN3 r
8UiiJl Wor Phone Phonelv PhoneBell
Bell 15K lv Ind phon 135 1
069N NEWS NEWSOffice
Office 2484 Vashlngton VashlngtonOgden AY AYI AYOiden
I
Ogden Thursday Dec 7 7SCHOOL 7sCHOOL
SCHOOL ELECTIONS ELECTIONSP HELD HELDi HELDFormer
i
Former P rzner Members Chosei Excepting Exceptingin
in District 4 Where Carver CarverWas CarverWas
Was Beaten BeatenThe BeatenThe
The election yesterday of members of ofthe f fthe
the county board of education resulted resultedtn
tn the reelection of the old board with withtho withthU
tho exception of one candidate This is In Indistrict indistrict
district Xo o 4 where Robion the Rejnip Rpiibilcan
lican partisan candidate defeated Carver Carverthe Carverthe
the nonpartisan candidate by a majority majorityof
of 55 e The election in the districts where wherethere whOretheru
there was opposition was as bitterly con contested contested ¬
tested as the regular election In mpny mpnyprecincts mntnyprecincts
precincts every regular voter cast his bal ballot ballot ¬
lot excepting those who were unable to tovisit tovisit
visit the polls on account of sickness The Themobt Theixtost
mobt bitter contest was m district No
1 which comprises Randall North Ogden OgdenPleasant Ogdentieaaunt
Pleasant View and Harrlsvllle SlKJl SlKJllock Bla
lock the resent iieumbent was reelect reelected ¬
ed by a majority of 68 O TH + ntal number numberof
of votes cost in this district wan 431 In Indistrict Indistrict
district No a therewas no opposition to t
Chriatansen a member of the beard 4t 4tpresent ittproseht
present The total number of votes cast castwas enatwas
was 2011 00 In the Third district tratforfi tratforfiwas trattordwas
was reelected with 173 votes to 4fi for forFife forFife
Fife There was no opposition to Fro Freer Freerer r rer
er iTT votes being c cast st for him in tha thaFifth th thIifth
Fifth district in the Fourth where
Kobson was Qlecttd RoVgon carried carried Farr FarrWest ParrWent
West SlatervIHc anu Warren Chnw Chnwhowever Chrverhowever
however received ISO votes in l Plain laln City Cityugsinat Cityagainst
against 3d for Roteon RoteonWRECK ItbeonWRECK
WRECK AT CURVO CURVORail
Rail Breaks and Coal Cars Are piled piledUp Ilcd IlcdUp
Up UpAbout UpAbout
About 1150 oclock yst rcslersiny r < Uy morning morningabroken morningabroken
abroken rail on the line of th the Union UnionPacific UnionPacific
Pacific at Curve sixty miles east of Og Ogden Ogden
den caused a derailment which blacked blackedtraffic blq ked kedtraffic
traffic on the line for several hours The Thotrain
train that was wrecked was a westbound westboundextra westboundcxtrz
extra freight and was running at a pret pretty pretty ¬
ty good rate of speed When near Curve Curvoa
a broken rail permitted the oars to leave leavethe leavetIme
the rails and pile up in a mass of wreck wreckage wreckage ¬
age As s nearly as can be learned about abouteight abouteight
eight or nine cars loaded with coal were werepiled werepiled
piled up but no one was injured It ap appears apiears ¬
pears that the engine and a number ef efcars ofcars
cars passed over the place whore the tbewreck thewreck
wreck occurred In safety making it piv0 piv0able prhable
able that the rail broke while the freight freightwas freightwas
was passing over it Immediately upon uponthe uponthe
the receipt of the news at the dispatch dispatcher ¬
er s office at Evanston the wrecking wreckingforce vreckingforce
force from that place and th the on one from fromOgden fromOgden
Ogden wore ordered out outTWO outTWO
TWO MILLING MILLiNGQOMPANIESI MILLiNGQOMPANIESIPeery COMPANIES COMPANIESPeery
Peery Mills at Ogden and Preston JBa JBasis a asin
1 1Articles
sis of Incorporations IncorporationsArticles
Articles of incorporttilon were filed yw ywterday yesterday
terday by the Peery Brothers company companyand companyamid
and thd th Poery Brothers Milling company comwmyboth companyboth
both of which are capitalized at J3 5UOOd 5UOOddivided XW XWdivided
divided into 5000 shares ot each cb of a r pur purvalue c cvalue
value of 10 per share hare tioth concerns arc arcincorporated areincorporated
incorporated for a period of 100 10 years yearswith yearswith
with general offices in Ogden QgdeuTho OgdenThe
The Peony Brothers company is to con control COPtrol ¬
trol the business of the mill at t Preatbn PreatbnIda PrestbnIda
Ida and the Perry Brothers MlIng MiIn com company oon oonpany ¬
pany is to handle tho th Ogden mill The Theamount Thefimount
amount of the capital stock subecnoca subecnocafor subreribedlor
for in each concern by each of the in incorporatcrs Incorporatrrs >
corporatcrs is as follows followshomes x xHorace
Horace E Paery 115 shares Eizabeth EizabethL0wla EIzsbejJiIi
Ii Icery 1 Harold J Perry i4w i4wLewis
Lewis H Carver BO and DaiieJ 3J MbllaW MbllaWto Shaw ShawW
W shares This leaves 1000 ahureu In each eachth eathtint
th tint it have not been disposed of The of officers offirers ¬
ficers of the two coporations are Horace HoraceE
E Peery president r zabeth L Pecscy Pecscy1co PQ4dt1e
1co 1e president and Harold J Peery sec secretarytreasurer seeretarytreasurer ¬
retarytreasurer retarytreasurerSUES retarytreasurerSUES
SUES SMURTHWAITE CO COSaft COSat
Sat LakVe Lak People Wafnt Money Moneyfor MoneyforBreach or orBreach
Breach of Contract ContractA
A complaint was filed yesterday by ttte ttteCleaveland thcCleaveland
Cleaveland Commission company agalust agalustthe agaiistthe
the A C Smurthwaite Produce company companyto
to recover judgment for 51S15GO 1S1e Breaonof Breaon Breaultof
of contract is alleged The complajnt I Ilegea ileges
legea that on Aug 10M a contract AWentered AW wasentered
entered into between the parties to the tneaction theaction
action wherein the defendants sold tiw tiwplalntiffa tttiplaintiffs
plaintiffs fifteen cars of milling Wheat Wheatat
at thox th rate of Sl55 per 100 pounds tacked tackedand sackedanti
and delivered f o b Sacramento Gal Galshipment QaLshipment
shipment to ba made any time b betMWlt betMWltthirty tw hi hithirty
thirty and undforty forty days from that date TSe TSeclaim Ieealrn
claim is made that the defendants dot ndauts failed failedto
to ship as agreed and siege that th thCY thCYwere y ywere
were damaged to the extent of 20 cents ctmtaper centsier
per 100 pounds poundsAFRAID poundsAFRAID
AFRAID OF THE DAM DAMReal DAMSReal
Real Estate Association Opposes OpposesaProposed a aPropoced
Proposed Improvement ImprovementThe
The Ogden Heal Estate Glens associa association amooLatiop ¬
tion yesterday came out against the pro proposed rv rvposed ¬
posed reservoir of the Utah Light LIgjmtway Rail Railway ¬
way company at the head of Odeu cun cunyon cdyou
yon There were a number of of reasons reasonspiven reasonsgiven
given for this stand but the main one is isthat Isthat
that it would interfere greatly with the th9beauty thebeauty
beauty of the Ogiien canyon The real realstate realstato
state men believe that it would injure injurethe Injurethe
the canyon as a place for summer eaniP eaniPing caUJPlag
lag on account of the fear that would wouldbo wouldbe
bo felt ot the dam breaking Tba power powerpeople powerimople
people maintain that they will erect a abnistYFork ahrstwork
bnistYFork that will bo capable of with withholding withholding ¬
holding any amount of water waterCondemnation waterCondemnatlonSult
Condemnation CondemnatlonSult Suit Ended EndedThe EndedThe
The proceedings against Wand Wainler r Bouw Bouwhiiis ouW ouWhui5
hiiis brought by the Or Oregon son Short Lint Lintto Liim Liimti
to ti condemn property on the proposed proposedroute propoeearoute
route of the Sand Ridge cutoff yjster yjsterday y mter mterday
day returned a a verdict allowing il5 for forproperly fortime
time land and 54 for dmtmaoa to the thepropertr
properly a total of S457U This is about aboutiho ftbouttim
tim snmo as was awardd In the first firstcondemnation firstcondemnation
condemnation Suit uit when considered on a apro apro
pro rata basis and Is about 1000 more morethan morethan
than the railroad people offered the de defendant defendant ¬
fendant
Young Mans Funeral FuneralFuneral FuneralFuneral
Funeral services were hald yesterdaY ywterdayover
over the romaine of Hans Tolllaan which whichworo whichwore
wore Bhi shioed oed here from Taytorsvllle TaytorsvllleUtah
t Utah where he died as a n result of an at attack attack ¬
tack of typhoid fever Tellison was 16 16years 16years
years of ago at the time of his death deathThe deathTime
The funeral cortege formed at the deapt deaptand de deand
and followed the remains to the Swedlau SwedlauLutheran SwedimiLutheran
Lutheran church where the services war warheld worheld
held Rev O A Elnuiuist officiated In Interment Interment ¬
terment was in Mountain View cemoterj cemoterjWill cemeteVYWill
Will Be Buried Today TodayThu TodayThe
The remains of Mary E Riey of Ogdon Ogdonwho Ogclonwho
who died onMonday on Monday at JSmmctt Ida Idaarrived Idaarrived
arrived in Ogden yesterday morning The Thefuneral rhofuneral
funeral services will be hed at 2 oclock oclockthlg neloclt nelocltthIs
thIs afternoon from the First Baptist Baptistchurch Baptistchurch
church The remains may bo viewed at atthe atthe
the home of Mrs T T > fs < a daughter daughterof
of the decease 870 Twenty third street streetbetween streetbetween
between the hours of 10 and 1 1 oclock oclockOnden oclockOdcnBriefs
Onden OdcnBriefs OdcnBriefsA Briefs BriefsA
A baby boy was born to the wife of IV IVII ItII
II D DePuc Puc yesterday morning morningA rnornngA
A marriage license has bean hu ijsueI < ni to toWilliam
William V Morria 21 and Mfe3 IFra Ruby
Hunt IS both of Ogden OgdenJudge OgdenJudge
Judge howell yesterday appointed T TWhalen A AWhalen
Whalen A McFarland and A U Shurt Shurtllff Shurt11ff
llff aa apnralsers for the estate ofH ofHDouglOBa of L LDouglass
Douglass Wise deceased deceasedRobert deassdRobert
Robert Lnnier and Robert Mndtsoh ware wareyesterday ora I Iyesterday
yesterday found guilty of attempted bur burglary burglary ¬
glary Th They y tried to rob the Lindsay Lindeaym Lindsaymeet
m meet at market on Sept li last lastWilliam lastWilliam
William C Morris and Miss Ruby Hunt Huntwere Huntwere
were married at the homo of the grooms groomsparents groomsparents
parents Mr and Mrs T t J Morris 762 762Twentythird 7I 7ITwentythird
Twentythird street at S oclock last lastovennjr Instevounr
ovennjr t After the ceremony a ro roeptIna roeptInasas < vptlen vptlenwas
was hell and a wedding supper served servedThe vd vdThe
The twoyearold daughter of Mr 1r and andMrs andMrs
Mrs Clark Gibson died at the JanJily JanJilyresidence I Iresidence
residence 350 Twenty Twentyfifth fifth street yes yesterday ¬ I Iterday
terday morning of pneumonia Funeral Funsralservices Funeralservices
services will be held privately at the resi residence residence ¬
dence at 130 1 this afternoon Interment Jntarmentwill Intermentwill
will be In Mountain View V 1ew cemetery cemeteryOn
On nest Tuesday mornijisr at 1PSO 1PSOoolock tO053100k
oolock Arthur Conlhsk and W R l Swan Snanwill Swanwill
will be arraigned in tlia muniolpal court courton courton
on the charge fit obtaining inon money y by
fraud Swan was recently convl convicted < t J nn amisS amisSsentenced l lsontenocd
sentenced to five year in 1li h state p psni psnitoutamy nl nltonUAry
tonUAry but it now a sr nltlng 1 itIng auflci atIectston atIectstonof lon lonof
of a motion for or a ruw tiat Both Con ConIMllrsantt
IMllrsantt Swqn ta out wr < batt J
No Secrets Secretsi SecretsToiide
Toiide ToiideWe
i We liave nothing imothjn to conceal no se selas sccrets
crets to hide ile publish the formu formulas
las of all OUT medicines You will willfind willfind
find these in AVers Almanac for forJ906
J906 or write us and ye will send sendthem sendthem
them to you Then show the formu formulas formuIns ¬
las to your doctor doctor3 and ask him what whathe whathe
he thinks of them themFOR themI
FOR I R RENT RENTPesk Rthll RthllDesk
Desk room best Ioca Iocatwm OCL OCLtjogll
twm in n city Inquire InquireHerald hiquheIleiraW
Herald Branch BrichWashington 2484 2484Washington
Washington Avenue AvenueLOCAL AvenueOgden
Ogden OgdenLOCAL
LOCAL BRIEFS BRIEFSCITY BRIEFSI BRIEFSICITY
CITY TEACHERS TO BE PAID PAIPTeachers PAIDTeachers
Teachers of the city schools will be paid paidtomorrow paidtomorrow
tomorrow The payroll amounts to f s s2OS25
20535 20535BANK 2OS25UANK
BANK CLEARINGSYosterdays burt burtclearings btpkclecnings
clearings amounted to S SOO6O4i5 Q60115 aa aaagainst asagainst
against 6S2593 for or the corresponding correspondingdtiy
dtiy last year yearCORINNB yearCO1SINNE
CORINNB MERCHANT BANKRUPT BANKRUPTJoseph BANKfltPTJoseph
Joseph R Bywater a grocer and butch butcUer
er of Corinne Utah filed a petition tn tnvoluntary illvolummtamy
voluntary bankruptcy in the federal court courtyesterday courtyesterday
yesterday He says his debts amount to tolt05086 tosioiost
lt05086 and his assets to S SU 808 808V <
U OP U CHRONICLE OUT OUTf4ie OUTf4iesixth l c cslxth
sixth regular edition of tne Lniv emilvrtY emilvrtYChronicle rtty rttyChronicle
Chronicle came out yesterday it IH time tiieb timebest
b best st Issue so o far this year having ei eirul aec
ural > rul attractive features There arc sev sevt semat
t ul biographies of prominent j students studentswith udents udentswith
with the usual local Jollies JolliesLECTURE jolliesLECTIJJtE
LECTURE ON SOLAR PHYSICS pySJcaeTno pySJcaeTnoregular iTho iThoregular
regular weekly meeting ot the New NewThought NewThought
Thought league will be hold this even eveni evenlug
i lug g in Room 233 S Constitution building buildingH
H C Williams will continue his series seriesof seriesof
of lectures on solar physics the topic topicblns topstbeing
being the relations of solar energy to tothe tothe
the earth and to space spaceCOUNTY spaceCOUNTY
COUNTY INFIRMARY INSURANCE INSURANCEAdditional INSLRANCEAdditional
Additional Insurauce In the amount ot otJ2000 otoeo
J2000 oeo was placed on the main building of ofthe ortime
the county infirmary by the county com commissioners cornmissioners ¬
missioners yesterday This makes a to total toSal ¬
Sal of 53000 3000 on the building 3ooo or orwhich orwhich
which is carried by the Home Fire and
12000 In the American Central of St StLouis t tLouis
Louis The commissioners expect to toplace toimlace
place about 12O 2000 on the furniture and andfixtures andfktures
fixtures of the building which will be beready loready
ready for occupancy In about two weeks weeksSMOOT weeks53100T
SMOOT HEADS NEW COalPANY COalPANYArtioles CIaIPAXYArtities
Artioles of incorporation of the Baxter BaxterStraw BaxterStraw
Straw Storm OonHt Construction uction company ot otSalt 0 0Salt
Salt Lake were filed in the office o othe of ofthe
the county clerk yesterday The com company cornpsimy ¬
pany is capitalized for 1100000 divided dividedinto divtledinto
into shares of a par value of 100 10 etioh etiohSenator etzohSenator
Senator Reed Sniool with fifty shares sharesof
of stock is president F E Baxter witu wituJ25 witlmi25
J25 shares U via vloe president and goa goaoral gonoral
oral manager H I L Cummings with five fiveshares fmveshares
shares ia secretary and treasurer treasurerGeorge treasurerGeorgo
George A Storrs with 100 shares sbaresStraw Neyiu NeyiuStraw
Straw with 100 shares C E Loose with witnfifty withfifty
fifty shares and Jesse Knight with ten tenshares tenshares
shares complete the board of directors directorsF
F C Baxter holds hsld 145 shares as trustee trusteeand trusteesmid
and H R Smooi has 1ia ten shares Time Tlwcompany Timecompany
company expects peeis to do a general con construction construction ¬
struction business businessDouble businessDouble
Double Track TrackThe TrackThe
I
The Chicago Northwestern is the theonly tilOonly
only line double tracked Missouri river riverto riverto
to Chicago and maintains the fastest faslestsenIce fastestservice
service between Omaha and the city cityat city1tt
at the head of the lakes lakesIn ljtkesIr
In connection with the Union Paeiflc Paeiflcthree Patlcthree
three daily trains run through solid to toChicago toChicago
Chicago For Information consult C A AWalker AWalker
Walker general agent 38 West 2d So Sostreet Sostreet
street Salt Lake City CityOUTPUT CityOUTPUT
OUTPUT IS TOO SMALL SMALLRolling SMALLRolling
Rolling Mills Cannot Supply the De Demand Dcmandfor ¬
mand mandfor for Steel Bails for Home HomeConsumption HomeConsumption
Consumption ConsumptionNew
New York Yorkr Dec 6 6The The Iron Ago to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow will say sayTho cayTime
Time bookings of the United States StatesSteel StatesSteel
Steel corporation during November Novemberwore
wore slightly above 51000 tons per day dayas dayas
as compared with a little more than
0000 tons per day In October The TheSt TheSt
St Paul road has called for tor60GOO 60000 tons tonsof tonsof
of rails the first installment for ita itaPacific i iPacific
Pacific coast extension The first in installment instaIlment ¬
stallment of the Baltimore Ohio or order orden ¬
den involving 25000 tons out o of an es estlmatod estitnated
tlmatod total of 75000 has been given givento
to the mills A deal has just been beenclosedfor beenclosed
closed closedfor for 75000 tons for or South America Americaand Americaand
and for 6000 tons for Australia AustraliaPrices AustraliaPnice
Prices of light rails have been again againadvanced agnnadvanced
advanced 1 per ton The Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniarailroad Penimsylvamilarailroad
railroad is calling for bids for 22100 22100tons 21O0toms
tons for partof itsNov York depot depotIt
It Js estimated that there has been beencontracted beencontracted
contracted for thus far about 50000 50000tons 50000tomma
tons of foreign structural material materialwhich materialwhili
which includes some sales of Belgium Belgiummills BelgiummlIs
mlIsThere mills millsThere
There havo been some further larger largercontracts largercontracts
contracts for rolling stock and the re report report ¬
port is current that one of the large largesystems largesystems
systems has been forced to turn to toforeign toforeign
foreign makers for equipment in order ordertoget orderto
to toget get reasonable delivery The market marketfor marketfor
for all grades of pig Iron Is hardening hardeningIn
In the wire trade the feeling Is grow growing growbig ¬
big that there may be an advance advancetore bo boCorc
tore the close of the year yoarIf
4 4If
If you wish a good dinner go to the the4anltou theManitou
Manitou hotel 6 to 730 p m mMEET mMEET
MEET AT ATMORRIS MORRIS HOME HOMEJchool HOMESchool
School Principals of City Inspect Ju Juvenile Juvenue ¬
venue Place of Detention DetentionTlie DetentionThe
I
The school principals of Salt Lake held heldL
a L meetlue yesterday afternoon at the tlwMorris theMorris
Morris Detention home listened to short shorttalks shorttalks
talks on tho i purposes > of the home and andWQro andwere
were shown through the building and andUter andIter
Uter served refreshment by the lads ladswho ladswho
who are now there Mrs Annie Crane Cranewho Cranewho
who teaches at the home Superintendent Superintendentof
of Schools D H Christensen and Judge JudgeWillis JudgeVilhis
Willis Vilhis Brown spoke spokeFOR spokeFOR
FOR ORPHANS HOME HOMETwo HOMESTwo
Two Women Seeking to Get Money Moneyfor Moneyfor
for Charity CharityTwo CharityTwo
Two women apparently past middle middleage middleago
age and dressed neatly have been solicit soliciting solicitlug ¬
lug contributions for the orphans home homeIn horneimv
In various portions of Salt Lake during duringthe duringtlt
tlt the past weak When questioned close closely closely ¬
ly they confess fg the orphan s home is isin Isin
in Seattle SeattleMany SeattleMammy
Many local business men have boon ap approached appreached ¬
preached by the woman among whom is isA IsA
A H Voeelor of 74 Q street
The winter wintermonths
OSTTT months are arepeople a r e eLi
Li LCRATE hard on sickly sicklypeople
people Build Buildup Buildci3
up by taking takingtbe
tbe Bitters It Itprevents
prevents preventsrrhniB
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or Pijeunjonia PijeunjoniaAls6
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Indigestion IndigestionCostivenops IndigestionSTOMACH
STOMACH Costiveness CostivenopsF CostivenessTTR5
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1 Take Advantage of these Special Values The TheLots
Lots Are Small But the VaIes Are Immense ImmensedaTd
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BOX OF 0 tiO SHEETS REETSthNT PARCH PARCHMENT ¬
MENT TINTS AND tND 0 50 EN ENVELOPES ESVBLOPPS ¬
VELOPES TO MATCH OR 011IULL A AFULL
FULL POUND PACKAGE OF OFCOHXiS OFC
COHXiS C HNii SPECIAL LINEN LINENPAPER LINENPAPIR
PAPER A FINE HAND HANDPLAITED hlANDPLAITfD
PLAITED CLOTH FIBI5R FIBI5RTHAT FIBITtrHAT
THAT SELLS EVERYWHERE EVERYWHEREELSE NVIRYWIIIR11LSF
ELSE AT S5c 5 ENVELOPES ENVELOPESTO
TO MATCH PER pumPtCKAW lOr
PACKAGE 1UC C
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ladies and Misses
350 350Waging 350WakIng
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An offering oftenin that stand standnmr stamu1iniiithmed
nmr iniiithmed etched for or value made madeof madet1
of brown gray and oxforci oxforcimixtures xfor2mixtures
mixtures and black rfavy rfavybrown TfaV TfaVbrown
brown and pray ch chsiviob chsiviobSicelal vioU vioUSocial
Social a assortmdnt sortm hit of now nowpleated miowp16etcd
pleated and button trimmed trimmedttyJ triummedmtyJes
ttyJ mtyJes a C bold > uld not bfs b bought boughtelsewhere boughtelsewhere
elsewhere sr r at a any y other otherUm othertime
Um time fir i than 3
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lflLI Cure CureContracted CureContracied
ContractedDisorders Contracted ContraciedDtsorders
Disorders DtsordersBr
13 Br sum your cure rurIs cureIs
Is thorouKa Nat it OIK OIKof e1tof
of our rvifoijtH tents has baaever i iever
ever had a relapse rclapsuafter relapsenfter
after being CIa discharged CIacharged ¬
charged as cured curedIMFP0I I Ilt
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and Kidney Disease DiseaseLost DiseaseLost
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drocele S t m in i U u uWeakness aIteNkims
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Natural River Mink trlmmed trim
I med with six ttiii tailts and hain ehmainand < haini
i and cord ornanioutn These Thenwwould Thesevoszll
would fell in the regular way wayI
I for S3 5 A groat opportunity opportunityI
I 1 is yours now to let a agood aod
good od scarf for little money
I
What Weakness Is and How HowWe HowWe
We Cure It ItSorailed itSocalled
Sorailed Weakness in men is ismerely ismerely
merely a symptom of ehrobic in inflammation inflanmmatlon ¬
flammation in th prostate glandS siandbrought glandSbrought
brought on by early ditsipatlon or orby orby
by time improper treatment of souls somcontracted soulscontractel
contracted disease A complete and andradical adradical
radical cure is tnarcfore a ques question question ¬
tion of restoring the prostate gland plandto
to its normal state and this we ac accomplish socompi ¬
complish compi isim promptly and completely completelywithout completelywitlmout
without the use of internal reme remedies remedies ¬
dies Our treatment i Ia a local one oneentirely oneentirely
entirely It Is original and scienti scientific se1enUftc ¬
ftc and has boon beo proved absolutely absolutelyeffective absolutelyeffective
effective by thousands of tests testsVe teatsc
Ve c are convinced that by MO oth otimer otimerinethotls < r rjnethods
jnethods are tail and ptnnahent ptnnahentrestoration permnammentrestoration
restoration of strength and vigor vigorbe vigorhe
be uccomplislied
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STILL HOPE HOPEFOR FOR MONEY MONEYRecorder MONEYRecorder
Recorder and Deputies Think They TheyWill TheyWill
Will Get It ItCity ItCity
City Recorder J S Critchlow and his hisdeputies hisdeputies
deputies V v J Korth and J 1 R Tuil Tuildenljani Tuddenijmnm
denljani expressed themselves as a much mucnrelieved muchrelieved
relieved to learn yesterday that they theystood theYstood
stood a gWd chance to get their cs cspoctedJM
poctedJM nach ach fop their services during duringthe duringthe
the canvass or of tht th city election returns returnsThey returnsThey
They base their tmeirhope hope on the fact that thatthis
this compensation has bcn allowed and andpaid anOreid
paid heretofore and that the state law lawinajclnp lawmasking
masking the canvassing part ot therdu therduties theduties ¬
ties of the city council contains nothing nothingin
in conflict with the city ordinance per permitting perInitting ¬
mitting the payment of money for this thisservice thisservice
service The city ordinances are subordi subordinate aubordnate ¬
nate to the state laws of course and andit andit
it was generally conceded yesterday that tiiatthe thattime
the city councilman could not collect collectanything collectanything
anything for their services as canvuss canvussers canvusiera
ers although some of them talk o of rot voting roting ¬
ing against the voto of Mayor Richard BichardP
P Morris MorrisI
I Tim Horning orning After AfterThe AfterThe
The depressing effect following a anight anight
night of conviviality is quickly dis dispelled dispolled ¬
polled by the use of Palmo Tablets TabletsThey TabletsThey
They restore tone to the stomach stomachI
I scathe the aeryes regulate tn tie > kid kidney kidn0n ¬
ney n0n induce natural refreshing sleep sleepand sleepand
and make J you look and feel years yearsyounger yenrsyounger
younger 60 cents eent Book Free Ad Address AddressThc ¬
dress dressThc The S R lr Fl CIlsnd and O OFor 0For
For sale by F J Hill Drug Co Cot Cori
ri t ifs the worst dlsea dlseaon dtseame dtseamet
t on earth yet the theeaelebt theeMiIebt
eaelebt Ho our ourW OutS OutSL OutSpimpits
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the skin cores In Intho Lathe
the mouth nm uth ulcerslalUng ulcers ulcerstailing
tailing hair bone bonenains benepains
pains catarrh ana dont know u is isBLOOD hiBLOOD
BLOOD POISON PO1SO Send to DR BROWN
935 93 Arch St 13 Philadelphia Pa for forI3flOWS
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fee of fine sateen iui lulti J moire moireunderakirtft IflOiteunderaldrts
underakirtft iu black and a afow sfow
fow colony we vo have ail ex exceptionally cxcuptionaily ¬
ceptionally large assortment assortmentof
of pleated and ruffled ruffkdstylet ruffledstyles
styles In tl time lot An g gerously gsa gsacr051511
erously made with 1th deep full fullflounces fullIlouncess
flounces You MTU weuuld Id eon eonHdr eonider
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