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2 THE SALT LAKE HERALD TjrtlRSDAi DEC1SM13EK Dl ll l I J 11 19U5 9Uj 9Ujo
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A JUJMMELS UMMELS TRIAL TRIALHAS TRIALHAS TRIALHAS
HAS COMMENCED COMMENCEDtruth
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truth of the th DodgeMorse Divorce DivorceScandal DivorceScandal DivorceScandal
Scandal Will Soon Be Known KnownMARGE KnowllHARGE Knowni
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MARGE IS CONSPIRACY CONSPIRACYMOTION CONSPIRACYMOTION CONSPIRACYc
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c MOTION fTQJ1 FOR A SPECIAL SP CIAL JURY JURYDENIED JVRYDeNIED JURYDENIED
DENIED DENIEDNew DeNIEDW DENIEDNcv
New W York YOt 330C l3 l3The The trial o oAbraham ot othraham ofi
Abraham i rahm H Hummel HUI uel one ot ofk Nfer Nferi eVJ
i J ks k S most widely known lawyers on onji onc1 onI
ji I charge c1 of conspiracy was on the theiiundar theILndat thet
t iiundar before Justice Roger in the theF thoFnpreme tilerpretno
F npreme court today The charge chargei
i 1 uinst Miuiunel EI nUttel grew out of the theI sen senf
f ional t DodgeMorse divorce divorcet Http litlgaU
U t > n In whieh it was Wftllallesed vft alleged that Hum Humjirt Huml
jirt l d entered Into a conspiracy to pro procure prorf ¬
cure < rf f perjured evidence Former Su Supreme Sulreme Sujrerne ¬
preme Court Justice Edgar al L Furs Fursnan Fura11an Furic
c nan also JO was indicted on the charge chargeit
it C i conspiracy OflplftCy In the same aerneThe case caseThe caserho
The conspiracy and perjury charges chargesvere chargesHe
vere He made after an n investigation by byDistrict byIJistrlct bYIIstrIct
District Attorney Jerome or allege allegations alleuton5 alleget ¬
t tions that the courts I had been made madeiise madeie
iise 1 of In 1r an Improper manner in an aneffort anort anfort
effort < < ort to procure an annulment of the thedecree tholree theIfreC
decree o ot divorce obtained by airs airsfoments 111i1CICmonts Mrslmoflts
foments Dodge against Charles CharJ CharlesDodge s F FDodge FI
Dodge I > odge After ftQl this divorce Mrs Dodge Dodgewas Dodgeas Dodgeivaa
was as married to Charles W Morae a acapitalist tcapitalist ecapitalist
capitalist of this city clt who is very veryprominent veryprominent ery eryprominent
prominent In banking and business bunesaf bunesaftairz af affairs atiairs ¬
fairs tairzi
i Real Object Unknown UnknownThe UnknownThe UnknownThe
The real object of the desire de lre to ob obtain obbin obtam ¬
bin tam an annulment of the Dodge di divorce diorce divorce ¬
vorce orce was said to be to thereby invali invalidate inalidate Invalidate ¬
date the marriage of o t Sirs Dodge and andMorse andMorse andlorse
Morse Why it was sought to invali invalidate invalidate Invalidate ¬
date this marriage has never been oen defi definitely dettnltely ¬
4 nitely learned but the most sensational sensationalstories sensatloullltories sensationalEtories
stories have been in circulation on the thesubject thesubjoct theaubject
subject tho most persistent per lstent being that thatA thatdeclaration
A declaration of invalidity instead of a allvorce ailvorce I
< < llvorce was desired in order that an another ancthor ancthor ¬
cthor marriage nut rlla go might take place placewith placevUh placewlth
with a wealthy member of the Roman RomanCatholic Romanathollc Roman1atholic
Catholic church under the rites of that thati thathuroh thathuroh
i huroh hurchHummel hurohHumme1 hurohHumme
Hummel appeared appeole in the proceedings proceedingss procee ings ingsfiS
fiS tS < s attorney for Charles F Dodge and andpresented andllresented andiresented
presented a claim by Dodge that he heiiovcr helleer hetever
iiovcr was properly served with the theKummons thetummons thestmmons
Kummons in Mrs Dodges suit that he hewas heWaS he4s
was 4s not repres repf represented 56fttcd nted by b counsel at the theTrial ihetrial thetrIa1
Trial and that he knew nothing of the thematter themnttm the3Tattor
matter until untIIhe Jio 1e was served with a a cer certificate certificate cartificate ¬
tificate of the decree decreeDiscovered decreeDiscovered decreeDiscovered
Discovered by Accident AccidentFormer AccidentI AccidentFormer
Former I orme1 Justice Fursman then came cameInto cameluto camelito
Into the case as counsel for Mrs MrsMorse MrsMorse 118 118Jorse
Morse and the legal proceedings con continued continued contnued ¬
tinued up to the point where on Jan
4 39W M the DodgeMorse annulment annulmentns
ns entered in the supreme court courtThen cOUltThen courtThen
Then an au n attorney attolnO named Sweetser Sweet e1 who whohud who11Ud whohad
hud served the paper on Dodge and andv andho aMho
v ho had been at work on the ease to tofave toae tote
fave ae his professional reputation dis dist dlsJwred disvered
t overed letters from Dodge to Morti Mortimer fortImer Mortier ¬
mer er Ruger also an au attorney saying sayingIn
In lt 11 Dodge Dod e had been served with withpapers withispers
papers 1 pelS in a divorce suit and authoriz authorizing authorlzflag authorizIng ¬
ing Huger to act as a his attorney attorneyIluger attorneyIlugfr attorneyfluger
Iluger had died before the latter pro procpedings propdings proedings
cpedings Rodgers nod eNi was wa at once indict indictfor Jndlctf
f < 1 for perjury l 1ju1Y and after a s long lon and andbitter andhithr andltter
bitter legal battle was brought back backiionx backfl0n backft
fl0n iionx ft o Houston Tex Te A member of ofHummels otHummels ofJiummels
Hummels law Ja firm rm represented reJ lesented > Dodge Dodge4ii
4ii J II Texas rt aa in his efforts to prevent ex extradition extradition cxtradition ¬
tradition to New York After Dodge Dodgeas
I as ts brought back here he made a astatement alattmeut atatement
statement In which he accused ftccu e Hum Humin HumInfol Humiui1
in Infol fl of having hain dictated to him the false falseiOidavit falsedndU talset
iOidavit t He said id he had been plenti plentiI
i ul1 ally supplied with money mone the source sourcef
f which he did not question and tha thaiall
all 11 1 the efforts rrortg to prevent his return to toN tow tow
N w York were made under the direc direction direcion direeI ¬
tion I ion oil of Hummel HummelBail HummelBail HummelSail
Bail Fixed at 4000 4OOOJustice 4000TI 4000Tstice
Justice TI Stice Rogers no ertl denied a motion for a as ajury
s l einl < lal jury to try tr the case made by byfims b bunHI bytinsel
fims tinsel I felt Hummel Immediately after aftertin aftert
tin t Ill t cas MUM was called and the work of ofurinff ofurine ofuling
< urine a regular re ul jury was wa I begun at atl atIll atrtc
l rtc > lff Ill
> u the motion of District Attorney AttorneyJiotne AttorneyJ Attorne AttorneJlOme
Jiotne J iome Justice Rogers placed Hummel Hummelunder Hummelunder Hummelulder
under 4000 bail bailDuring ballnurlnt bailIurhig
During the coure of the argu arguMtnts al arguitflt5 u uJ
Mtnts J today Assistant District Attor Attorlify Attorti
lify ti t fty Rand who is I In charge cha e of the thei the0secuUon
S i rosecutkm of the case c made the as asthe a artion ast
t rtion that efforts b1iJ been made nuuleI
I y > the other aide tokill to kill Charles F FIonise FVud Fiodae
Ionise Vud e the most mo t Important witness witnessainst witnessI s sninwt
I ainst Hummel Mr 11 Rand said it itIK itIt Iti
IK i necessary neeeNJat to guard uatd Dodge eon eontintly 00 00talltl eontitly
> tintly talltl He urged this as one reason reasonii reasont
t ii 1 1 an early carl > hearing of the case caseBIG callelID caseBiG
lID lIDB1G
BIG MONEY MONEYMADE MONEYMADE MONEYMADEON
MADE MADEON ON LAPSES LAPSESContinued LAPSESa LAPSESContinued LAPSESContinued
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Continued From Page 1 1Mr 1Ir 1fr
Mr Ir Huffhec ask asked d th the senator his histows hisI
I tows 1 on the xiuestlon lue ueMIon U n of fede federal > fal super supervision superi u r rlslon ¬
i vision I of jf insurance corporations corporationsI
hI I have felt it would h 1 be a great ad adT adlIHage adLtage
T linage to policyholders pol1c bolderti and com comP rom1tlllcs cornml
1tlllcs ml P mies to have federal ooe l supervision I IIvocated I1Jocated I1voeated
Ivocated It in a a speech in PK Bo Boston ton I Tlink Iil
4 link il llk Tho Those for and against federal federaltroi federaljItrol federal4trfll
jItrol < troi ar are divided dt d into parts by b the thet
1 t institutional iI part of o the question T Tassume
1 assume 1 unl thepower the power or 0 wnuress 4 under u dr the thoThomas th thTltornas thertiornas
Thomas clause dllU to regulate Insurance InIUra Hc is isriritatahle iHfjrhatu11f istrhatajI
riritatahle I know the buprcme b pr < me fo COftt COfttiaIons un unJqjius rt
Jqjius 1 isiuns are that insurance is not in hiLe
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HAZING HAZINGATTUE AT THE THENAVAL 1 1NAVAL INAVAL
NAVAL ACADEMY ACADEMYMidshipman ACAQEMYMidshi11mnn ACADEMYMidshipman
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Midshipman Midshi11mnn Kimbrough of J1erman J1ermantown German Germantown Germantowzi
town Tenn the Victim VictimNEVADA VictimNEVADA
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NEVADA BOY IS IMPLICATED IMPLICATEDTORMENTORS IMPLiCATEDTORMENTORS
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TORMENTORS WILL PROBABLY PROBABLYBE PROBABLYBEDISMISSED
I BE DISMISSED BEDISMISSEDI BEDISMISSEDA DISMISSEDKNAPOLIS
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A KNAPOLIS lid D Dee < IX 3Notwith 3NotwithM Notwlth Notwlthstanding otwtthlitandlnz
A M standing the testimony t Umon of wit witndtwes witnQ witneeses
ndtwes before the Moriwother Moriwothercourtmartial MoriwotherCourtmartial I Icourtmartial
courtmartial to tho effect that hazing hazingIs
is no longer practiced practJ at the naval naaIn navalztcti
academy n ztcti fcmy a a case occurred there last lastnight lastnIght lastzilght
night The victim was U Midshipman MidshipmanJordan l1iclshlpnuUlJordan MidslzipnuuiJordan
Jordan Pettug P ttus Kimbrough of German Gormantown Germantown Germantown
town Tenn Last Laa week he was called callodbefore callobetore calledbefore
before a board of otllcers otUcers now in ses session session seselsa ¬
sion at the academy inquiring into intobasing Intohash1K intohazing
basing lighting and similar practices practicesand JU8cUcesand practicesand
and compelled to answer certain quos questions qUetUonB quosUoiis ¬
tions It is said Id that he had also told toldsome told1J01M toldsome
some relatives that he had been hazed hazedand hazodand hazedand
and that the relatives laid the matter matterbefore mattorbefore matterbefore
before the authorities The hazing last lastnight la lari 1asnight
night ri ht was wa on account of these two twothings tothlnlSo twothings
things thlnlSoLeft
Left Unconscious UnconsciousMldshipinan UnconsciousMldlhtpftan UnconsciousMI4ahtpfan
Mldshipinan Khnbrough Kimblou h was com compelled comelled cornpelled ¬
pelled to stand on onliis his head then on his hisfeet hisf hisreel
feet f t and then on his bead again re repeating letln yeeatfug ¬
peating tln this process plO < esH for ten minutes minutescontinuously minut minuLscontlnuouily s scontlnuouRIY
continuously At the ond of the time tlnieha Unl Unlhe timeha
ha fainted and va waa left in that condi conditions concHtIons conditions ¬
tions by the hazr ha Later he was wasfound wasfound wasfound
found by his roommate still uncon unconscious unconBclous unconscions ¬
scions This morning he was wa carried carriedto
to the hospital hut is now doing well wellAdmiral wellAdmiral cll cllAdmhal
Admiral James H Sands superin superintendent superintendent superintendent ¬
tendent of the naval academy had the thematter thematter I
matter Investigated by b a board of offi officers omcera 0111cers ¬
cers this morning mornln Their report reportshowed reportahowed reportahowed
ahowed that Midshipman Trenmore TrenmoreCoftln TrenmoreCotnl1 TreunioreCoulin
Coftln jr j of Carson n City Nev e a aher mem member mtmbel ¬
her ot the third elites took part p rt in the lhahazlnK thehazing thehazing
hazing and that Midshipman Warren WarrenA rarren rarrenA
A Van Dorver of Mount Holly HoJl N J Jof Jof Jof
of the second class was on duty dut and anddid andt1ld anddid
did not report the occurrcnc occurrenceProbable occurrcncProbable occurrcncProbable
Probable Dismissal DismissalAdmiral DismissalAdmiral DismissalAdmIral
Admiral Sands Salldsimmedlatel Immediately uspend suspended uspendcd ¬
ed the midshipman and forwarded his hisrecommendation hisrocommendntion hisrecommendation
recommendation in the matterto matter to the thesecretary thesecrotar tilesecretary
secretary secrotar of the navy 11 t He e would not notstate notstate notstate
state what hat his reeommendatfoirvvas recornmend tton US in inadvance Inad inHltaflce
advance ad nce of o Us U receipt by b Secretary
Bonaparte But it Is understood to be beTor befOl befor
for the dismissal of the midshipmen midshipmenimplicated midshipmenimplla midslilpmeuiflIpliested
implicated implicatedtarstate implla iflIpliestedterstate ted tedt
tarstate t commerce C All such decisions decisionshave decisionshave decisionshave
have been on state laws lawsNo lasNo lawsNo
No federal law has raised that thatpoint thatpoint thatpoint
point If sending a telegram from one onestate onestate onestate
state to another is Interstate commerce commerceIt
It is difficult for a layman to under understand understand understand ¬
stand why insurance is not Interstate Interstatecommerce interstntecommerce lnterstgtecommerce
commerce Federal control of insur insurance insuranco insurance ¬
ance would assure protection of com companies cotupnnios contpanlos ¬
panies doing business in foreign forel n coun countries countries cowitries ¬
tries Another effect would be to guard guardagainst guordIIpnst guardagainst
against the competition of worthess worthessand worth0II8and wortheseand
and irresponsible companies particu particularly partieularly particularly ¬
larly fire insurance companies In the thew theWst thewat
w Wst st
Fire Companies Opposed It ItSuch ItSuch ItSuch
Such an attempt was made In the thelast tlleast thelast
last session of congress I introduced introducedthe
the bill but the th fire insurance e men menopposed menopp menopposed
opposed opp sod it on the ground that it would wouldmake woultlmake wouldmake
make honest companies suffer with the thedishonest thedishonest thedishonest
dishonest A national department de r tment cQiid cQiidcross cQjfdcr0
cross 5 state lines and pursue these thesepanies com companies e epanics ¬
panies wherever they go goOne soOne goOne
One of the greatest benefits of a anational anational anational
national department would be the thetabUshment es establishment entablisbinent ¬
tablishment of a code of laws which whichwould whichwouJd whichwould
would be persistent persistentOne persistentOne persistentOne
One of the evils of the business is isthe isthe isthe
the multiplicity of laws differing In Inthe inthe intile
the various states and the result is isthe i ithe ithe
the companies do not know knowwlth with what whatlaw whntlaw whatlaw
law they must comply complyHe complyHe I IlIe
He would confer upon the national nationalgovernment nationalocrnment nationalgovernment
government ocrnment absolute > authority to in investigate inU Inrestigate ¬
vestigate U te the companies This he suld suldwould suldwould saidwould
would lead to more effective supervi supervision superylalon superviaba ¬
aba sionSenator alonSenator abaSenator
Senator Dryden agreed a rtoo with Mr MrHughes tfrHughes 1 1HuChe
Hughes that the state is in a position positioneffectively JOIillionel rosltionelYoctivoly
effectively el ecthcl to supervisebut supervise but added that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there is no reason why h there Khoud Khoudbe houdbe
be fifty such state supervisions Mr MrHughes MrTIughea Jr JrHughea
Hughes asked his opinion as a to how howmuch howmuch howfllUch
much the insurance companies comJ nle3 should shouldb shouldbtt
b btt bi < allowed to increase their business businessTile busln buslnTIe businessThe
Tile senator said he had no objection objectionto
I to a limit but not one which would woulddiscriminate woulddlserlmlnate woultidiscriminate
discriminate between the companiessome compi companies ompmlessome ales alessome
some of which are now no far ahead of ofthe otthe ofthe
the others
Mr Fiskes Story StoryHalsey StoryHallMY StoryTaisey
Halsey Fiske vice 10 presldent of the theMetropolitan theretropoUtlLn theMetropolitan
Metropolitan Life Insurance Ins 1fane company companywas oml irnp4111ywas < n nwa
was wa next called Air 11 Hughes Hu htll asked askedhim IIskcdhitn usicedhim
him about the contributions from the theJohn th thJohn theTokii
John hancock and 1rudentlal compan companies COtHpanips cotupejilea ¬
lea for legal le > gal expense xJln MrFlake Mi l1 Flslte fOld fOldtha enidthat nid nidth
th tha that t at the end of the year P8r be makes makesup mae maeup nnesup
up a statement Itat m nl ot what he baa ba ex expended ex expended e epended ¬
pended outside of 1ew ew York state > and andCanada nnllCanada nd ndCanada
Canada In which hlh there is no d dYlslon dYlslonor vision visionof
of expense Mr Hughes asked Him Himwhat hintwhat lm lmwhat
what he did with tlw contributions of ofthe o othe ofthe
the two other companies onlPtU1 OiI and Mr I lr r Fiske Flskesaid Fiskesaid Fiskesaid
said the U sum sumo su o ot all the contributions contributionswag
wag divided equally equallyJust equallJust equallyJust
Just before adjournment Mr rr Fteke Fteketold Fisketold
told of an incident jnc nt in which that com company rentpeal om ompac ¬
peal pac commissioned T MUun Ieiu A 4 Read Readto
to buy bu SftS 3 j 5 lh > hoves hhi ns es of railroad stock stockfor stockw stockfar
for w tb be < powpany Mr F Irpf Fske k e said that thatMr that1fr that1r
Mr 1r Read Uu same day otd the stock stockto
to I 4 company of brokers at J10 10 a share sharelee aduirelees dllrelee
lee lees than y 4ho o broker brok iK Ytht W It it dO ta the thoMetropolitan tboftrlpoJilau theMetropolitan
Metropolitan ilr Fteke said id he bad liadirifd badt
irifd t ri d to 3e 2ez ze the th money mOfteybak bark 1 but > ut Mr MrJ MrReJ Ir Irl
J ReJ tiil mused rff btd to surrender 5 It IL
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Quite the Nicest Ni est Place Placein Placein Placeii4
ii4 in Town to Shop fort for forthe forthe
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j styles Strles No crowding cr ding or orshovng orshovngor shoving V Vor
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I f A PIANO FROM 125 125IA 125I
I IA iAN l ORGAN FROM FOMS3905O FOMS3905OI 39050 39050A
I A PIANO PL1 PLYER YER FROM SW 6ft 6ftj i iA
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j A MUSIC BOX OX FROM 20 2OA
1 T ALKJING MACHINE E from l 15 15A q
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NOT ACTUALLYDIGGING ACTUALLYDIGGiNG ACTUALLY ACTUALLYDIGGING
DIGGING CANAL CANALAbout
About 17000 17OOOMell Men Now Rustling RustlingAround RustlingAtound ItustlingAround
Around on the Isthmus IsthmusWALLACE IsthmusWALLACE IsthmusWALLACE
WALLACE IS CRITICISED CRITICISEDWORK
I WORK OF FORMER ENGINEER ENGINEERUSELESS ENGINEERUSELESS EtGINCERUSELESS
USELESS USELESSASHIXGTON USELESSV USELESSt
ASHIXGTON Dee 13In making makingf alIng alIngV
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V V V V f public all the testimony te timony taken takenyesterday taltcnresterdaybY takenysterday
commit committee committee committee ¬
yesterday resterdaybY by the theaennte senate
tee on appropriations in relation to the thePanama thepanamu thePanama
Panama canal emergency bill the sen senate sente sonate ¬
ate te has dlclosod < d in greater detail the thework thewOllc tiltwork
wOllc work on the isthmus than has Uli been beengiven beenglvon beengiven
given to all the reports of the isthmian isthmiancanal i iSthfllIaZlcanal 1misl1canal
canal commission commls lon or others authorized authorizedto
to to discuss canal affairs The testimony testimonytaken testimontaken testimonytaken
taken during the meeting covers coverseightyeight coersI coverseightyeight
eightyeight print printed l page devoted al almost alnosl almeet ¬
I most wholly whoU to examination of Secre Secretary Secretl Seerstary ¬
tary tl n of War Tnft Theodore Th odore P I Shouts Shontchairman Shonttchuhman Shoutschairman
chairman of the commission comml llion J B BBishop BBishop I IBishop
Bishop secretary and P W V Ross Rossgeneral R05Sgenenl ROSSgeneral
general purchasing ofilcer It devel developed developed developed ¬
oped during the testimony of Seratury SretaryTaCt SeretaryTaft SeraturyTaft
Taft and Mr Jr Ross that Jtt i1Sper sper Jet c cent nt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the materials purchased byHhe h th com commission commiislon corntrlsslon ¬
mission were shipped ship d from 1010 the United UnitedStates enltcdStates tnttedStates
States and of the 2 per cent of foreign foreignmaterials forecnmfttelals foreignrnateiIaIs
materials nearly the entire amount amountwns amountwn amountwas
was wn secured ured on the hI isthmus isthmusNone isthmusNone isthmusNone
None of them Digging DiggingIt
It was stated that there are about Kbout1iOOO
17000 men employed on the th Isthmus in incajwl InI in1cckPtLz
I 1cckPtLz cajwl HUI work w rk but that none uf these is isnow isn isnw
work workof wOlltof
now n w engaged in oxruvaUnff The
of 01 dlgsinir dlg ht < the canal CA w was < u stopped when whenMr when1fl whenMi
Mr 1fl Stevens Ste terens nlil went to the isthmus in inJuly inJul inJuly
July last hu t as n chief engineer Mr 11 Taft Taftsaul raftd TaftSail
saul Sail d that 4090 of f the m meLt n were em employed empioyed m mplor ¬
ployed plor tJ In tho sanitation department departmentand
and J3Oft 13OWin it lit track tru k work construction constructionof
of building in in111acltine machine macbIfleOrk work ork anfl Ii1 put putting nutting mitting ¬
ting together llnrtmuipment in gettfn gettfnready eting etingread etingready
read ready for the work of excavating excavatingContinuing cxcnatlnglonunutng cxcttatingCcntfluIng
Continuing Mr Tuft said saidDab saidDab saidDab
Dab at Wallace WallaceSftt WallaceT
Sftt t T Stevens s l velUl HthiNifi stnsesaiid and I think Mr MrShojitf MrS1iet fr frSh
Shojitf Sh S1iet tf agfivos a acoes 1 S with him himtJat that Formei Formeitak Pormehlo ForrnetcLltloZ
cLltloZ hlo ing1itet g1nett YaUace made a atake mi miif
tak take in exiiending 1 ntJins what he did sspencl sspenclfor pel1dforaetaal peIldforfetual
for foraetaal valetual excavation work Ok IM Ii the tliecd3 th6e thecitoitrzt
cd3 e citoitrzt l1tr > Ura cut It M WAlii AiS J npt done dO 1C Sir Ute tliePl tJteft Uteof
Pl ft puse p se of exeuvatlonalthoughit excavation aJth althnugh1lt uthitdttJ uthitdttJaceol dirt dirtaccomplish dillnceEnpibh
accomplish aceol lbhto to the extent f to whfrti whfrtithere whlrllllfre w1iiehthere
there was excavation work which may maynot m mnot maynot
not have to be done again But It t was wasdene wasdCI wasdefle
dene dCI for the purpose purpo e of making mnktu ecU estimate ecUtnatcs u umatltj ¬
mate as to the cost and ftd Mr IrStecl1s IrStecl1sthinks Stevens Stevensthinks Stevoilsthinks
thinks that the matertu m t rtul which was wasremoved wag wagreft1oY wasremeved
removed reft1oY d was as deposited Jit t placed pJac from fromwhich fronwhih fromwhich
which it will have to be again removed removedan romove romoveana
an ana < that estimates based upon those thoseexperiments tho thosetxperirnents ie iexpe
experiments xpe Inents therefore are estimates estimatesbiuyd estimatesbitqd s sburl
burl upon what do not assimilate a linUO o to tothe tothe tothe
the aotuVl aetttul work to be done doneSo doneie
So that it itroon really was notsood ot good sam samplwAvork11 sam sampl samphork
plwAvork11 pl phork tOrk asked ske 1 Senator S nftor Hale HaleXo I14leNo HaleNo
No sir replied Mr Taft Of Ofbourse Ofboun Ofhouree
bourse the groat problem there is not notexcnyatlon noteXCfuoaUon notexcyation
excnyatlon Tie TH great rcat puoblem 1 IU blem is istransportation istransportation 1 1tritsportatlon
transportation and the disposing of the thewaste thewaste thewaste
waste Dirt taken from Culebra cut has hasto h Imsto q qto
to bo hauled l by rail from four to tic tiftoen tltoen tictOGU
toen miles
Criticism By Shonts ShontsMr ShontsIr ShontsMr
Mr Ir Shouts than said of the work workdone worklone workdone
done < by Mr Ir Wallace Walincelie Wallacei rallnceCl
Cl i He selected the easy work at the thehauls theUP tlteStop
UP of the cut where hi had gravity St3ltyJ1auls gravityhaul
hauls haul He wasted at t the nearest noorestnlace noorestnlaceha place placeho placehe
ho Oould and misled himself hhn 1f and other otherpaople oU1orpeople otherpeople
people by taking the cost co t percubic percubicVard per cubic cubicrd cubicsrd
Vard srd rd thus arrived at during the most moatfavorable mostcircumstances mostfavorable
favorable favorable circumstances as being the theunit thelnlt theunit
unit cost at which he could do the en enttro en11ro entire
tire work For that reason his work workiyas workwa workwits
wits wa practically wasted wastedIt
It was stated by b Mr SKonts that thatSunder thatndQl thatuntIor
Sunder ndQl Mr Wallaces direction dlrtwas dlrtwasremoved dirtwasremoved dirt was wasremoved
removed during the th dry season at a acoat acost aost
coat ost of 43 cents nts per cubic yard but buthat butfhat buthnt
fhat hat the coat was Increased fncr Ued to 150 a aj nrard ayard
j yard ard during the wet season seasonMembers R8lKnMembers seasonMembers
Members of the committee commit ten having havingexpressed hn1ngeXl1ressed havlngexpressed
expressed surprise at the great differ difference aUreronce differonce ¬
once Mr Ir Shonts said saidThere saidThere t tThere
There could not have h c been so much muchdifference muchdSmrence muchdIfference
difference if Wallace had properly prolel lf bal ballasted bal1uated batlasted ¬
lasted hs bl trucks so that when tho sea season season seaon ¬
son son on came on or his J1scnfSWOU1 cars would 1 not get geloft geloftthe oft ofttho o1 o1the
the track sb so inucHk muchu much V rf nV 1 S
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MIDSHIPMAN MIDSHIPM N MERIWETHER ERr JR JRIS JRIs I
IS OFFICIALLY F ICIALl Y REPRIMANDED
j
Washington Dec 18 18111 In execution executionof
of that portlonof porUon of the sentence of Mld Mldshipmnn Mldshipmnn Midshipinan I
shipmnn MInoMertwetIier Minor Ieriwether Jr re requiring lequlring i a aqutring ¬
quiring that he be publicly repri reprimanded reJuimandcd reprinianded ¬
manded by the secretary of the navy navySecretary n1TSeC16taf navySecretary
Secretary Bonaparte has ftdaressed the thefollowing thefollowIng thefollowing
following letter to Midshipman Mart Merjwether Martwother Ieriwother
wother at Annapolis AnnapolisSir AnnaisS AnnapolisSirYou
Sir S rYou You have been duly convicted convictedof
of violating clause 3 of article VIiI VI lI of ofthe orthe oIthe
the articles for or the government ovrnment of the thenavy th th1av thOnavy
navy 1av by insulting inrm1tln and subsequently subsequentlyassaulting sUbequenUfruw1J1lting subequentIssaulting
assaulting one of your our fellow mI4shlpr mI4shlprmen miShlpmen rni3shiprmen
men and of conduct condu to the prejudice prejudiceof
of good order ord r and discipline by b the e 0111 0111ugp on ongag1ii r rmidshipman
gag1ii ugp in a fist tight with the sam somm1i1hpmall sammldshtpman
midshipman Thj f Theoffqpceb e off off4V1c iceB un 9 your yourparfhavs yoU1parrhavs oUt oUtputtuivs
parfhavs led to a calamity so clearly clearlyunforseen ClftlrlYuntorscen clearlyunforseen
unforseen by b you au4 so dlatiesslno dlatiesslnothat dJlil1tm dtstieselnthat ln lnthat
that no words of reproof cn n be need needed neededto < Kl Klto 1 1to
to make you ou feel tber gravity vlty Your Yourdisobedience Yourdisobedience Yourdisobeiience
disobedience to the laws taws of your OUf coun ¬
try your your forgetfulness of of f the full im import import import ¬
port oT your oath your our yielding to tofierce tofterce totierce
fierce and angry passions when tempt temptod temptodh
od odh by a sense en c of wronsr hive borne bornefruits bornefruits homefrufts
fruits so bitter that your ur worst pun punishment punj putiishment ¬
ishment j has been already suffered The Thomerciful lhomerciful Themerciful
merciful sentence of the ourt which whichtried whrchtrlE4 whichtried
tried you leaves yon ou a irember of the thehonorable thehonornbl thehonorable
honorable profession you ou havechosen havechosenIn have chosen chosenIn h08 n nIn
In that great sdiool of pelfsacrifice pelfsacrificeana fsacrificeand
and obedience ob dlenco a Hf lifO useful to your yourcountry yourcountry yourcouiflrlr
country will it is hoped atone for fori forgrave forare
i grave are faults which have cloudefl cloudeh the theearly theearl theearly
early earl years Cltl1i of your our5ervicc our5erviccYou our service servicei serviceYou
i You will acknowledge receipt > t of this thisletter tl1lslet thisletter
letter let ter and it will b be entered on your yourglacial yourQJUctallecprd yourq1rlat
glacial QJUctallecprd record Respectful R specUul y yCHARLES yCHARLESJ yCKJtLESJ
CHARLES J BONAPARTE BONAPARTESecretary BONPARTEEocreUlry BONAPAItTBSecretary
Secretary SecretaryMidshipman SecretaryMidshlpnlan
Midshipman S ipm n Minor Jjn r Meriwother Ierjoth r jr U US uS I IS
S X U l S Naval Academy An Annapolis Annapolls Annapolis ¬
napolis Md Jd
HERES HERE S A TALE OF VALUABLE VALUABLEDIAMONDS VALUABLEDIAMONDSI DIAMONDS DIAMONDSur DIAMONDSiAND
I ur AND OBioyE OFflOVE LOYALTY lOV ALTY AWD A D MURDER MURqER
By B a decree of Judge Thomas D PLewis DLeI DLewis
Lewis yesterday afternoon after o < m n Mrs Mar Margarctha MurI MurgliTethu Margaretlta I
garctha Gleieh otherwise known as asBelle asHelle asBelle
Belle Fisher oC Pocatello came into intopossession intoQ58ESoilon IntoP0S5SiO1
possession of her h r diamonds which hlch had hadwandered hadwl1l1lered hedwandered
wandered far farthiring during the past l year or ortwo ortwo ortwo
two twoIhe
twoThe
The story stor of the diamonds Is a apilcateti com complicHted Qtnp I Ip1t
plicHted p1t lttroone one dating back 1 to the killing killingof 11111 11111of itliI1qof
of liolden OConnor formerly a voll w611krown ttellkrown vollknown
krown Salt Lake character at Kom Kommerer Ixommertl Iornmerci
merci a t few years Cilrs ago agoMrs ago1ra agoMm
Mrs Gleieh was interested inter ted Jn n the theslayer th thsJ8 tluslayer
slayer sJ8 er of OConnor to an extent extent that thatled thntled thatled
led her to provide the means for his hisdefense hisdefense hisdefense
defense She lie retained Judge J H HRyckman HR iiRyckman
Ryckman R Ckmtln to defend him and paid him hima
a f tee < e of 1500 Of this amount 00 00was 00was OOwas
was paid In cash Mrs Mr Irs Glekh gay gayher gayhpr gayher
her note for the balance putting up upher UI UIher uptier
her diamond earrings finger ring and andbrooch antbroooh andbteoeli
brooch a collection valued at 3 t 1000 as aspart aspart aspart
part of the collateral security S uritr on tho thonote thonote tilenote
note noteAfter
After the th case C se had been disposed of ofMr ofrf ofM1
Mr rf Gleich paid the the1ot8 note bit Judgls JudglsRyttkman Judgbflyekman
Ryttkman R ckman claimed there was an addi additional additional additional ¬
tional 8 SOO 0 duo him and ln attached prop property itioperty ¬
erty l rt owned by Mrs rs Gleich Gl lch InKem InKemmerer In J IOm IOminerer m m11erer
merer and valued at 3000 Mrs In Gleich Gleichlllcd Gleichmid GleichJiId
lllcd a counter claim to recover rcco r her herdiamonds herdiamonds herdhtrnonds
diamonds and a 750 150dlJiano piano which she shealleged shelf shealleged
alleged lf ed Judge Ryckman n kman had secured securedfrom stCu1edfram securedfrom
from her itemOn herOn hetoil
On the day the case was was AH called for fortrftl fortr1 fortriGi
trftl tr1 triGi 1 Jij h EJvanaton gyam t 1 Wyo WyoJzde Vo Jyde JlJ e TIck Ryckman TIckmun Rckman ¬
man flied an application for t r change of ofvenue ofQnue ofvenue
venue alJQgjnK aJh gnfi prejudice on on nthe the part partat > 8rt 8rtot I IQ
at Q the thctrtil trial iudge The Judge commu communlcatetl comtnunicatlll I Icleated
nlcatetl with th afiother judge secured a apledge Qpledgo apledge
pledge from tiio th the latter to be In Evans Evanston Eanston Evanstofl
ton the ie3 ne jnqrnln J OrnluR1 j and continued continuedUie conUnuc1Ule I Ithe
the case for fo one on day dt > The judgment judgmentwas
was that Mrs 1I s Gleich owed Judge JudgeRyckman JudgeIyCkIflail
Ryckman R cltlnil11 11710 and and that she was the theowner theow I
I owner ow or of the diamonds An order was wasmade wasmade I
made requiring Judge Rycknmii to toturn toturn totutn
turn the jewels over to the court courtIt courLIt OlUtIt
It then thendevelopcd developed that Judge Ryck Ryckwan RcltlUan Eekluau
wan had hudgiven given the diamonds to his hiswif hl8vlf8 histtIe
wif vlf8 now divoicdd dforc d and that she had hadtoken liedtakeii
token ken them theinltl with her h r on a visit to Col Colorado Color Colorado ¬
orado or do Mrs Irs Gleich deposited the theamount thfamount theamount >
amount of the judgment against her in inthe inthe inthe
the Evanston court but Judge Ryck Ryckman Rc Rcman Ryckman ¬
man refused to accept it itLater itLater itLater
Later the diamonds were found to tobe tobe toiC
be in Mrs Ryckmans possession hi hiSalt InSaJtLake btSalt
Salt SaJtLake Lake City CJt Mrs Gleich promptly
filed tUe 1 a suit against n in8t Mrs Irs Ryckman to torecover tortoover torecover
recover the stones and secured a writ writof writof Tit Titof
of attachment for them This was the thecase tiwcase hI hIcase
case that came up for trial in Salt
Lake yesterday yesterdayMrs csterdayIr
Mrs Ir Ryckman R ckmun refused r fu6ed to surrender surrendertha urr 1ICr 1ICrtho
the diamonds and was cited before beforeJudge befo befoJudge beforeJudge
Judge S V JJtewart to show cause causewhy causewhy QUSlwh
why wh she should not be punished puni hd for forcontewot fotcontemnt forcoflteflmt
contewot She showed the th court that thather
her attitude was Vns the result of a misun misunderstanding mtsundelstundlng misunderstanding ¬
derstanding of instructions from her herattorneys l1Plattorneys lic licattorneys
attorneys and delivered the diamonds diamondsto ls lsto
to the court They rhe were turned over overto oerto overto
to Sheriff Emery EmeryMrs Emc EmeryI
1 I Mrs Gleich took a notion to wea wear the i t
I diamonds for a while herself l1 lSelt so s11 s11PQt sIte sIteput h hpyt
put up a bond for 3000 and secured securedpossession S seuredpossession ulol ulolpo8s
possession po8s sslon of her rock 10 u Later she re returned returned meturned ¬
turned them to the sheriff and pulled
down her bond bondJudge bondJ bond35udge
Judge J dge Ryckman n kman made ma t an effort to toapoear tonp toapoear
apoear np ear as intervenor in the case but his hispetition bigpetttion hispetition
petition Was 3S denied A demurrer in the thecasevwas theI thecns lie liecase I
casevwas cns case was argued argu d before Judge Lewis Lewisabout Letsnbout I
about a month Wonth onlh ago gO by b Attorney Sam Samuel Saninet
net Russell RUBS l1 of Salt Lake for Mt3 M MI I
Gleich Glelch11nd and Judge Jud e W 1 I L MagJnnJs of ofOgdsiv ofOgd ofOgdi
Ogdsiv Ogd Jl for fo Mrs 119 Rvokman Tho demur demurror d dernurer muro muro1a1
ror was overruled overruledAfteraevoraltiontInuajiees r j jtho < I Itnptc
MJersvoll AfteraevoraltiontInuajiees I IOIi y e hnlJ1J hhi hhiglllrted 11
tnptc the wise m1nO ime up tor fortrIal trfn I
yenterduy Judgv Tudg Maginnis had ad with withdrawn withdrawn ¬
drawn from rein tht cas case meanwhile At Attorney Att Attamnoy ¬
torney t rno W V A Lee Le of r Salt Lake ap appeared aJpMroo aupeered ¬
peered for f n Mrs iNi Ryckman yesterday yesterdaymorning ye yesterdayuiOiniilg terda
morning to ask for another contin continuance eontInuanco ¬
uance In explanation 9XpIJ1 ation of his aj appear appearmce appearatice > pear pearance
ance in the case Mr Lee stated that thathe thathe
he appeared by b request t of Judge Ryck Ryckman n Ryckluau ck ckWhO ¬
man who believed he might be subject subjected ¬
ed to contempt proceedings ptocet din for failure failureto
to pay pa alimony nlimon to his wife A colitis continuance conUnuutce colitisuittce ¬
uance until 2 oclock was 8S granted grantedwhen grantedwhen < l
when a motion for a further contin continuance contlnuanco coittisuanco ¬
uanco was denied deniedAfter deniedAfter
I After its long delay dcll In coming to an anissue aniSfue anissue
issue the case was tried tll l quickly quick Mrs Mrsaieieh MrsGleicit lr5 lr5Gleieh
aieieh was the only witness and was wason wa waon waon
on the th stand bull hut a few minutes Judge JudgeLewis JUdgCLewi JudgeLewis
Lewis decreed that the diamonds be belonged beIOl1 belonged ¬
longed IOl1 ed to Mrs Irs Gleich and that they theyshould theyhould theYcitould
should bo returned to her herMrs herr herMrs
Mrs r Gleich says the brooch was con converted converted converted ¬
verted into a ring during IU absence absencefrom abiiencefrom absencefront
from her possession and that she has hassuffered hssuffertdonc lt5suffered
suffered suffertdonc one arrest arlc t for alleged aU Kc < 1 perjury perjuryin lerjurIn
in connection with the ease cns but she shesaid shesaid shesaid
said said she was well satisfied tailing tnltln the thec theCdse thecee
c Cdse e by b and an largo largoRUMMAGE largeS
It ItUMMAGE
S RUMMAGE UMMAGE SALE SALEBy SALEn SALEBy
By n Ladles Auxiliary society so ety of Tem Tcmrpie Tempitt Tentph
pie Bnal Israel Thursday Di D c 14 at atLoiselle atLoil atLoiaell
Loiselle Loil U rjnnolng1 qnn IJlg academy In roar roarSALE roarSALE
SALE OF HAND PAINTED CHINA CHINABy Ci1INA Ci1INABy CHINAfly
By Mrs Harry Harl p Shipler at Merediths Meredithstrunk MeredJthstrunk Meredithstrunk
trunk store torc 15i 1 i Main street streetRUN stic staeetRUN t tRUN
RUN OVER AND KILLED KILLEDOakland KILLEDOokland KILLEDOakland
Oakland Cal CalDec Dec 13 UDr Dr Hiram H Huckor
nuckor uckor resident r idnt physician ph sician and super superintendent superIntendant ¬
intendent in l1deJ1t of tho Masonic home at De DeCQto DeCQto DoCole
CQto was struck and killed by b a aat train trainat trainat
at Deeoto Deeo o station tonight The accident accidentwas accidentfl
was v fl not witnessed and the mangled mangledhddy mftn mangledbody led ledh
body h d lay IR beside h side the track some Urns Urnsbefore tlmtbofore tiiut tiiutbefore
before found foun Dr Rucker wan wa promInant prommont prom prominent ¬
mont in Masonic circles throughout the thestate thestat thestate
state statI
I
SQUABBLE OF THE THEHOUSE I IHOUSE i iHOUSE
HOUSE MINORITY MINORITYi MINORITYContinued MINORITYtontinued i I II I Iontinued
Continued ontinued From Page 1 1which 1which
I
which would agree He was tired of ofdiscord ofdiSC ofdiscord
discord diSC ord We c are represented repreSel1 ted now no in inall inalt
all the funny papers of the country as asa asa asa I
a donkey rlonkeyThe flunkevThe donkeyThe
The trouble tioublc is he continued turn turning turning
ing to the Republican side of the cham
ber that the people of the country countryare j
are tired of you ou and are afriad of us usand usand I Ia
and a l it Is 1 1things 1things
partially on account of such suchthings
things as have happened I QPpe led here this thismorning j
morning that it is afriad of us usj usThe usThe
j The Democratic party said Mr lr Wit Witliants YIlIIams
I Hams would vote ote for a Republican Republicanratt I Ij I Iral1
j rat ratt bill if i It contained power to name namea j
a rate and keep I p it in force and to meg re3I r0 r0ulate meguiate
I ulate private car c ir lines and t nd other otherabuses otherabuses I
abuses abusesMr busesr j jMr
Mr r Rodenburg Ro denburg of Illinois inquired if ifIt ift ifit
It t would be in order to move mOeth1 that t the theI t1lebalance I Ibalance
I balance of the session be devoted to 1 1the I Ithe
the public business businessA
A parliamentary l8rJlam ntan inquiry shouted shoutedMr I
Mr k Cushman of Washington Would Wouldit
it be in order to move that the commit committee committee ¬ I
tee do now rise out of further respect respectto I
to the deceased Laughter LaughterWithout LaughterWithout
Without completing the assignment assignmentof I
of the presidents massage m < 8agc the house houseat hou houseat
at 415 4 l adjourned until tomorrow tomorrowGHORT tomorrowSHORT
SHORT SENATE SESSION SESSIONCanal SESSIONCanal SESSIONCanal
Canal Appropriation Bill Will Come ComeUp ComeUp ComeUp
Up Today TodayWashington TodayWashington 1
Washington DecO 13 131he The senate was wasIn wasIn wasin
In session for only one hour and a half halftoday halftoday I
today and a portion of that time was wasspent witsspent llS llSspent
spent in the consideration c of executive executivebusiness cxccuthcbusiness executivebusIness
business A number of private bills billswere billsW billswere
were W re introduced in the open session sessionand sessiounnd sessionand
and Mr fr Allison presented the th report reportof
of the committee on er appropriations on onthe onthe
the canal bllf hi giving notice that he hewould hewould lievouhd
would cull it up for consideration to tomorro tomorrow
morrow morroA morrowA
A communication from Secretary SecretaryShaw SecretaryShe
Shaw She w regarding campaign eanipa igu contribu contributions contributions rout ribu ributiolis ¬
tions by b national banks was read The Thesecretary Thetcretary Thesecretary
secretary enclosed a letter from the thej I
j comptroller of the currency cur1nC saying sayingthat sayingthat I
that the reports r port5 of bank inspectors inspettorsrpYPaI re reveal reveal ¬
veal only onJ a few w ii small contributions in inthe inthe intile
the last fourteen years yearsTO yearsTO Qar QarCURE
Qarc c
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY DAYLAXATIVE DAYTake DAYTake
Take LAXATIVE LAXATIVIri BROMO Quinine QuinineTablets QutninTablets QuinineTablets
Tablets Druggfctj DruS id3 refund money if it itI itfails i ifalls
I fails to curo E W GROVES signa signaptiire signatUre
ptiire ture is on oach box 25c 25cTO 2ccTOHANDLHlNGES
TO TO TOHANDLHlNGES TOHANDLHlNGESArtIcl HANDLE HINGES HINGESArticlpa j
Articlpa Articl of Incorporation of the t 1e Anur Anuriean Arnrlean nHr nHrlean
lean Gate Hinge company of Provo wire wirefiled waftiled wLrefiled
filed in thin office of thosecrotary dlO tho 5seerctary secrfta1 of ofstate oftate ofstate
state > yesterday The he company will han handle liendie ¬
die tho American gate hinge hn and HIP HIPAmerican t11 t11American dieAmerican
American automatic gate hinge invented inventedby
by b limit Nesikn Ntstl l of Provo Tlia company companyha compsn3hlUl eompsnyhas
ha has a a capital stock t lod of JtiOX > divided into I
1 1 shares T r F j Pierjiont is president presidentAlcxnndor prcBldI1tIe presidentAlexander
Alexander Ie ndr Heodqulst vice president presidentBmll presidentEmil I IEmil
Emil Nestler mtlet 5tje secretary secretn and treasurer treasurertljBj treumnrtlun treasurerthay
tljBj with Samuel Schwab and J E EBott Ep EpBott Eflott
Bott constituting tho hoard of directors directorsASKS
I IASKS
C 0 I
ASKS FOR WATER WATERArchiraedos WATEkArcltimelotu ATER I IArchimedos
Archiraedos Raso of Vernal Utah Utahmade rfubmade UtIthmade
made application yesterday stErd 3 in the th state stateengineers sutetngine stateenglneers
engineers tngine rM office for the appropriation of ofone orne ofone
one ne second foot of water w ter to be diverted divertedfrom divcrtedfrom divertedfront
from the Green river In Uintah county countyTho countyThe ountyJht
The wat 1nltf4 < n is to t b 1 > used UH < in irrigating irrigatingeighty irrlgatlnlL Irrigatingrighty
eighty L gllly arts a < Tts of land on the reservation
II w
I Esfi EsfiTicket 10000 10000er
t er 9 Ticket Money MoneyThlrtccji
r Thirteen years tar3 ago Oscar Gro GroshalU GrosheJl GroT
T shell the th ticket broker trusted trusteda
a man The man didnt pay He Hesued H Hsued
5 sued him Thp judgtnent got old oldand oldand
S and ho turned it to us for or col collection colleatlon colI ¬
lection lectionWe
I We Ve collected c lloete 1 510000 lOOOO for Oscar Oscartho Oscarthe
the other day da on this old claim claimIf claimIf I IItou
If Itou you turn tUrul1sOmll J some of your bad baddebts badd
debts d debtsto bts to usWO us we mightget might get some somemoney somemonc somefis
t 5 I
fis gY F money monc for you and then you youootild youo1Jd youuj
uj ti coUld < buy bu a ticket to California Californiafor
4 3i for rowr our wife wifeScientific
Mcrchnts rrotecuve Associtii AssocitiiScienUtic
Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts DebtsTop DebtsTop
Top Floor Commercial Block Salt Lake City Clt Utah UtahFrancis tJtahFrancis
Francis G Luke Gonl Con Mgr MgrA Mgrt
t it A SOME PEOPLE DONT LIKE US UdIa
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UA HAMLTOS HAMLTOSSMART MIL TONS TONSSMART
SMART SHOP SHOPSptcial SHOPSpecial
Special n I2ove1tksFor I2ove1tksForChristmas vtlties for forCbristmils
Christmas CbristmilsYISJbQur
VIgJt YISJbQur > pur Novelty Department See our Imported Brae Dteet DLieIlSt4 l ls Chain ChainCrosses ChalnCross ChainCrossec
Crosses Cross and all the Egyptian Novelties NoveltiesAll NoveltlcsCreations 4
Creations in Belt BeltDepartment BeltDepartment
Department DepartmentAn
r All the Smart Carved Leather Effects The American im rlcan Gold and Ell Ellcr 511ver li liver ¬
ver cr models with the Derby Clasp CJa l > are the sensation this season seasonThe MeRlonNeckw seasonNeckwear
Neckw Neckwear ar in the Hand Made MadeGpod
4 i f 4 Gpod Gpodf
7 The Daintiest and Most Artistic Collars att aa CII rff 8 Ghontoeite CIt sejaetes tf tfFanoy aul aulFancy alFanoy
Fanoy Neck Pieces Pieo S on Display DisplaySilk DIspl DIsplSUIt DispisyI S
I Silk Hosiery from the other side Our Import ln 11 lint flC r SHfc 1ft1tJOtIir Hotiie y in inthe lHthe inthe
the moat rmlstexqulsite exquisite design and a all the new shades shadesThere shfi e6 e6There 4 4There
There is nothing more ut re handsome hltJldi m6 fora for n Holiday Remembrance RemembranceFor nftCFor RnemcanceFor
For a Handsome Suit Suit Coat Gown or Bvenh Ev ionlng nmYrIlJ f Wrap Suet ju tpteH vistt leit ILivit ILivitiltons II IImons IIa I Iiltons
iltons Smart Shop ShopDr ShopDr
r
Dr Coo as s Certain Sffe SffeTbs Ifethods IfethodsTIls teUDidsTIi
Tbs TIi most Reliable Quickest Quickestand QuIchesand Qufckesand
and Safest Ever Perfected PerfectedMY
MY ShILL has no equal In the cure if if Plva Plvaand Pd Pdand 1 1i
i and private diseases of men because I JiWi h v ad advanced d dvanced Jv ¬
v vanced with the rapid upward march of md mdI in i Cu Cuscience C Cscience
science I cl nce and made m ue a specialty of the disea dl < tj a rs < I Itreat 1treat Is
s i treat My modern methods J re ever ever > day d dtng p pIne r rfu
fu Ine that they are positively the safest safestI ijuui < Ill h h2ld t tajd
I aid mon reliaMe that have ever been pri p r r d dfor itJrOOnn01S0N 1i
i 1 for curing curinuTirOOD
0 A TirOOD JrOOnn01S0N POISON SKIN DISBASB6 SORES SO1t SO1t7Y T TL I ICERS
ut CERS STRICTURE VARICOCELE VARICOC1SLEiJ NKiJ NKiJDECL1E
7Y iJ DECLINE PILES FISTULA RUPTURE In Inl ii
i L 1JHOCKLE l < OCBLE LLEand and DISEASES of the theThere KIDNLIS KID L S u < s smOSTATS j jFnO
mOSTATS FnO TATE TATEThere
ft There is absolutely no patchwork pate work abof abofS ab at atI t tresults
I S results of the course of treatment I give for f e eof Eot e eI
I yj5 of the diseases I make a specialty for scon Sc I Ibeginning it itbeginning t tbeglnnln
beginning my treatment every symptom cf cfe IfIia f
Iia e c disappears and the trouble never return returriIMPORTANT returnI rcturIMPORTANTI
IMPORTANT I will cure you for less money mone than you can be inat nttrj d 1 f fby f fby fby
by any other specialist In Snlt Lake You will 1fJlhfte have to oome to m mp incor > T Tor r ror
I or later in order to be properly cur curt curd > d why not before you ou have lo l hiS t tmoney r ror
S money ill doctorIng with cheap or r d dishonest unskilled e seiaUsta seiaUstaCIE 1 UI UICURE
CURE OR NO O CHARGEIy patients receive Iiwritten contract gL gLteed g gteed
teed by a deposit of MOO tMOOO in the bank to cure and render entire aatif aatifor tift tl j jor
or refund money moneyCONSULTATION moneyCOXSULATION moneyCONSULTATION
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