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I 2 THE SALT LAKE HERALD WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 27 1905
Kupied by tbe iursnHe t tn library libraryto
to t thf plumbing p1urnbftjgjpctor Inspector war warj wa
1 j vhkh ia I fequlvalont QUfljcJflThe to sustaining sustainingThe
The rorn Is jioftfltd uOUdad by the board boardpublic boartub11e
public ub11e vorks vorksTh
Th Ttw veto of tha application for a ajiou alaUI
jiou laUI lici 3ktnse nse for 33 Pleselo gave A J Javis Js
avis s an opportunity to make a aHch t ttt
tt Hch h The Th slta Sft of the t t1k projKwad projKwaduiMu
uiMu 1k is only itA 220 2O feet from the Thlr Thlrvain Thiri
i vain ILfl ward meeting hous Caviar Caviarid iav iavii
id he resented the mayors action actions
s 3 the th mattar cwntt bofore the council councilthe councilthe
the form of a committee report reporthiii reporth
hiii h provided oxpUdty that no Hows Howsaould 1htsncull
aould be iasued it it ahould be found foundhut founIit
hut i the he proposed saloon Ioon would u1d bo boit b bitt
it itt him ii 300 O Zest o t o Ct achurch a churth or public publiclifol publicltot
lifol building buildingIt
It waa aa not rteht for the mayor to toK toh
K till ittis opportunity to humiliate cr crau
au 11 councilman without can LL1M said saidDavis 5U1L1iavl
Davis iavl If he h is so much intorested intorestedmight iutorebtclmight
might wind Id the th chief of iwlice io11i up upHrc uptre
Hrc I understand the man to thre thretirady
tirady r ady and doing buainew tit leant leanti
4 A i liquor and lid fixtures ar in there thereiin
iin ki fl he ift is act entitled lo o a UHuie UHuieIt U UIt
It is expliflnaa that the mayor had hadd
d sapproved tUb report a am an expendi expendius expndiway
us way of ending the mutter ift r rhad
had learned that the proi proisiluon ° 1
siluon 141fl came withjn tlie prescribed die disrnice
rnice Action on the veto ve was deferred deferref
f > r a week weekTho
Tho mayor veto of the th Black rose resolution ¬
lution 1ut n providing for the puyment to K KT J JL
T L thcsney of T47S paid id
p on a sewer aewerxtcnsion sewertension
tension was amended to provide that thatth
th treasurer Jaepe scrip for or the themountinnfl the1ount
mountinnfl 1ount an1n in this form it will so o oFt
> Ft k to the th mayor mayorLight mayorLIjht
Light Bill Turned Down DownA
A report of o the Improvements corn conavittee cornittee
vittee ittee recommending that the council councildisallow counciltlt5allow
disallow bills bIlI of the Utah Light LightLi1way ft ftI
I Li1way ulway company calling for about
sroo for light furnished for the water waterv
v orks streets and health dparUnent dparUnentTurks doparUneflUlrtrk
Turks and oily cemetery was as adopted adoptedThr adoptedilie
Thr ground for turning down the bills billsJ
J that the new ordinance requires the theimpany theurmpfly
impany to supply light for municipal municipalpurposes municipalpurposes
purposes free of charge chargeHit
Hit Th council appropriated 550 50 to the theT
T aUi ths s Literary club for damage done doneits doneWits
Wits its building by a flood March MarchT 20 20Tiift
Tiift T report of the finance committee committeeommendinr committeerniflendIng
ommendinr that 800 OO be appropria appropriad
d to Moses W w Taylor for his services servicessecuring sorvic sorvicsecuring
securing option on lands needed in inrnection inrneeUon
rnection with tho water extension extensionUn
Un 411 was laid over for a week by re reof rest
st of Black and Wood WoodTh WoodTl
Th council will hold a special specialt1ng i ivptlnff
vptlnff t1ng Friday night to consider the thelosing theoing
losing of accounts on street sidewalk sidewalkfrid sidewalked
frid other extensions Thia action Wfcs Wfcstaken WstiLke1
taken by request of Auditor Felt who whon whoslres
n sires to close his accounts and can canrot itfl itflTot
rot obtain tha necessary data before
T Tjlay TjlayThe > idny idnyThe i
The next regular meeting of the theTI theT
TI T cent council will be held at 10 10vIoek
vIoek 4 1utk Tuesday forenoon This will willi
i c the last meeting of the present presentiunc41 presentiune4l
iunc41 and will be called for the pur purposrt pur4S
posrt 4S of approving the minutes and andlosing
losing up the business of the old olduncil olduneil
< uncil uncilertiflcates uneil1ertltlcates
ertiflcates of election neatly
framed were handed to the council counoili councilmuelect
i aenelect last night Councilman CouncilmanJJJiuk
JJJiuk created some amusement when wheite
tie e discovered that he had wrapped up uparefully upzrefully
arefully Councilman Fernstroms coy cernlicate
nlicate He would undoubtedly have haveirriftd havetrrIecl
< irriftd it home with him had not his hisretention histfCfltjofl
retention bean be m called to his mistake mistakeHEADACHES mistakes mistakeHEADACHES
s
HEADACHES AND NEURALGIA NEURALGIAFROM NEURALGIAFROM
FROM COLDS COLDS7yxaijve COLDSTiaive
7yxaijve Bromo Quinine the world
idp Cold and Grip remdy removes flOVA5 flOVA5tp
lie tp cause Call for the full name and
11U for signature of E W Grove 25c 25cSHOE 5c 5cSHOE
SHOE SHOEFirst FIRM FAILS FAILSFirst
First Fruits of ofthe the Republican Vic Victory Victory
tory Felt in Massachusetts MassachusettsNew
New Bedford Maaa Dec M Vn Vnruiuncement tnyItiuncement
ruiuncement was made tonight of the theris3ignment theignment
ris3ignment ignment Hathaway 0 Souls Her Harrington Herington ¬
rington incorporation boot and shoe ahoelunufacturers shoeanufacturors
lunufacturers of 0 this city and Boston BostonAt
At a meeting of the corporation Thom Tnomix
ix S F I Dillon of Boston wan named as asMssignee
Mssignee MssigneeThe 1 ignee igneeThe
The firm is one of the best known in inlu InI
I lu shoe trade of New England Rufus RufiiBA
A Soule former president of the state statenutf staterUte
nutf is one of the leading officiate of ofihe o
ihe 1 tie corporation It la stated that the therealtors therdttors
realtors will be paid in full The ex examount ext
< t amount of the liabilities is not notiiVwn notIIwn
iiVwn When the last annual state stateint st4teiflt
int was flled at the state house the theisseis t tstts
isseis stts were placed at 587860 587860ALL 5S7SOALL
ALL THE ROADS WANT WANTTO WANTTO
TO OBSERVE THE LAW LAWIiitago
LAWj j
iikugo Dec 26 Thirteen of the theprominent thet
t prominent trafllc men me of the westj westjit wes wesIt
it for Washington tonight where they theyill theyIL
ill IL confer with the interstate com comnree comrce
nree rce comniiMrfon TJe Th purpose of the theif t tp
> if ifcrence < > rence which ha hsa been u n sought Noughtii by byii p
ii iallroad oflldaJ te to join hands handsUh I Ith
Uh th the committee in securing an tent unlrsai
rsai obwrvimce Uy western raliroa4a raliroa4aAll I
All law nertamtnjT to tmnanoita tmnanoitaJ
J T < Stubba traflie manager fjor or the theTfarriman theHarriman
Harriman Ii will act as fHKtke apokesur mn mnr I Ir
> r th the railroad otllcials at the meet meetGtlmore meetGflmore
Gtlmore Gets Decision Decisionhioago Decisionticago
hioago Dec Fred Gilmore for forvv forr
vv r amateur featherweight champion championAmerica chinp4oSAmerica
< America who was knocked < l o out t r rtly ytlv
tly by Fred Unsted a local novice noviceuined novicetened
uined th the decision over oyor the same sameliter sameghter
ghter liter tonight in the tournament of ofIllinola 01
1 Illinola Athletic aaeociation Oil Oilntir Gt1wr
ntir had 4 the adrajttage In all three threeundt tbreeU1d
< > undt > using a straight left which In Insui 14ns
sui s was unable to solve In the for forMr fort
Mr t light Unsted knocked Gil GiJinor more out outith outith
> ith u right avIn w1nir In tonights fljt fljtii 11hIi
ii i trifd continually to land a slnUlar slnUlarMow Miallalt
Mow low but Glmor was too clever leV5VLii1y ami amiiriily t
iriily avoided hte hko ojponeafs ql000ztts efforts
I OtI9 NWS
Office 2484 Washington Ave AVCOgden
Ogden Wednesday Dec 27v 27vOGDEN 27
OGDEN IS AMBITlqUS
7 f fCity
City Council Will Wi11TTy Try to Induce the theBio theRio
Bio Grande to 3uildiItsK 3uildiItsKSalt i1dIts
Sh6T1irt
The fact that OgJen nilI4orspatuitlt
Salt alt Lake cur toe Jooa Umr of Uft11 ew ewRio
Rio Grande Gro ude Western Westerni ishamswa e I Iat
at a i a H meeting eciinr of thceitjr thc 1tV C6uncfthufu4aat C6uncfthufu4aatoveniiig eOtmt115MkIMMtvetetpg
oveniiig t when that booy adopted a reso resouttes ¬
lution i wherein It i be stated that it will do doail doaft
ail Iu i Us pow powir > r tu sjtxurc eur the n now nowot w shops shopsfor
te for t ot Ogden and that it will combine iu iufforta itsffens
e fforta with thone of the Ih Weber tiub ub
looking toward this eud
Mayor Uluamann veto vetoed < l that part of
the t he Mulanv ordinance granting a atiuaor see
tiuaor c to me the actw acn r or or uie the city nay ha in
tho t ho sum of 2w v per mdnth Immediately
ee after e fter the mayors veto had iMeit read a
Auinmittee e was appointed to confer with
the t he mayor In ai effort to adjust the themutter th thmatter
mutter The committee waited on the themayor thepiayor
mayor dintut th the s sestou ssk > u and reported reportedthe
t hat he iia4 refused to rooorslder his ac acpoll
poll An amendment was then adopted adoptedecreaIng
ecreaIng the salary 1O K > instead of JaBt l
A tweonp amendment to make tlih in
Crease the name am wag vetoed by b the
mayor waa voted down Then a resolu ¬
tion Z ion was adopted providing that eacheccccibnaa each cachcaevcIhnaa
eccccibnaa would receive tlurtthree and ander
haetitrd days seziary at the rte of 11
per er day for work on the board of equal
ten stlou ttoo during durfn 3905 3O57jjj
Fit 7jjj estimate for eurliins and cut iit iitiering
iering b eing during UH6 Il due to John P I ONeill ONeillbulldlns
were llowea as were aIo th fInal e
Umates tor the building of sidetyalicu
dui dung ng th this year in favor of Wheelwcfght Wheelwcfghtroa
flree roa The council adjourned to meet
gain Thursday evening wlt wlee u the i recir tir
Ing pg council unctl will wind up tht workfor work 4or
the year > eai eaiHEAVY
HEAVY FALL OF SNOW SNOWStreet
Street Cars in Ogden Were TfcdUp TfcdUpAll Tied Up
All Day Yesterday YesterdayAbout
About eight Inches of snow fell in Ogden Ogflenyesterday
yesterday This together with the etip etippled
pled 1ed condition of the power house t 1ed 1edip
top ip the street car service of the city cttys11 cttys11tIny Mil
day long It was nearly night when the thecars thecart
cars cart commenced running with anything
tfko r iralarity The snow began falling faltin
Jllx bout > ut 2 oclock yesterday nK ntorntng > rnlng and an ancontinued
continued up until nearly noon About 9 9oclock
oclock the street cars began to stall in inthe
the snow and a abort time thnuafterwardthe afterward the theentire
entire service was crippled Where Tiere the thecars
cars were kept In operation the sp speed d was waso
so o slow thatthe people preferred to walk
It ia claimetithat claimed that more ttnow fell in a
Shorter time than has been recorded in
thc city for many years Six inches fell fell4n fellp
4n p seven hours hoursTho hoursrho
Tho farisers ariHem w were r especially rejoiced rujoFeedOver rejoicedOver
Over the fall of suotv as it means a iiOins iiOinsup mflIngup
up of the snow in the mountains to a
depth of several feet which I will pack psckana packnd
ana nd remain until melta melte4 late in the spring springwhen springwhen
when water means much to the agricul agriculturist agrlculturtst ¬
turist of the county It also means a agood agood
good supply of water for the city nest nestsummer nextwnmer
summer
JONES GOES FREE FREEOgden FREEOgden
Ogden City Ordinances Not Explicit Explicitas
as to Gambling GamblingJudge GamblingJudge
Judge J D > Inn 1flruhy hy in the municipal municipalcourt municipalcourt
court yeaterday di dts hXrged J 13 Jones Joneswho Joneswhit
who was arreetttl on a charge of con conductiuK eonductiug
ductiuK a place for the purpose xif gamb gambling gambhug ¬
ling some time ago Jones runs the Turf TurfExchange TurfExchange
Exchange on Twentyfifth street and the thequestion thequestion
question Involved waa wa whether or not bet betting betting ¬
ting on bor hone > racea raceaws was gamftltog While Whileth4 Whuleth
th4 th court held that betting OR horse races raceswaa racestree
tree gambling he said there was nothing nothingin
in the city ordinances governing gambling gamblingto
to cover that particular branch of the theevil theevil
evil Judge Murphy raid that it was a aform aform
form of gambling that could readily be bepunishment betnciujled
tnciujled In the city ordinance govornpg govornpgthe
the punishment for and specifying apeclfyinmanner the themanner
manner of gambling He said that thereL there therewaa
was no doubt that forming jtoote ioole and andplacing andplacing L
placing money mena on ih outcome of QCa a race racewas racewas
was gambling but that until the tI change changeIn
In the ordinance was made ha could not notd notd
d otherwise than permit the 4eluRt 4eluRtto 4eMtdanttogofree
to togofree togofreeCcmnilssroners go free freeCpmrnTssfoners
CpmrnTssfoners CcmnilssronersThe TVleetlng TVleetlngTh
Th county commissioners held an un unimportant ¬
important session yesterday und disposed disposedof I
of a number of routine matters County CountyAssessor CountsI
Assessor K Dlx submitted for approval approvaltho I
the apuointmimU of Miss 1iaa Agnee Agn Magulre Magulreami MaguIrand I
and Miss E Ilendershot as clerks in the theassessors theissessors
assessors office and the same were con conflrnied
firmed County Commissioner Joseph JosephStanford Joeepistanford I
Stanford submitted a report covering the thework th thI
work of the poor commissioners fur tfra tfrayear LMyear I
year The statement showed that at the thepresent I Ipresent
present Urns there were twentytwo in inmates
mates in the county Infirmary that taattwelve thattwelve L
twelve had been admitted durlnt the year yearthr yearthree
thr three had di diOt < i und five left ta institution institutionof
of their own accord accordThe accordThe
The board appointed II C hansen of ofPlain o I IPlain
Plain City superintendent of the county eouut eouutinfirmary
infirmary in place of Joseph A Taylor Taylorand Taylorand
and Mrs Hanson a matron of the insti institution institution ¬
tution to succeed Mrs Taylor The new newappointees I Iapointeos
appointees will assume charge Jan 1 1i6 11it
i6 The T Tavlors vora resigned a year ago agoat aot
at t which thee a petition from the ma majority majority ¬
jority of Uw Inmates lnentrn was Instrumental InstrumentalIn 1 1In
In having them remain until the present presenttime t ttime
time
Incendiary Blaze BlazeWhat BlazeWhat
What Is believed to have b been en a de deliberate 4 4liberate ¬
liberate attempt to bum the home of C CA Cfly5
A Bybe M Thirtieth street was dls dlseor lIscovered
eor covered red a ebeut out 4 43 > oclock yesterday aft nfto aftP4O
P4O o when a mattress m one of the therooms tle tlebed
bed rooms was found tuna to be on fire The Theaoies a aflaiics
flaiics aoies were extinguished extinguiahedbtore before muoli muoliFOR mud t tRENT
FOR RENT RENTD RENTtssk
tssk D sk room best lock locktion 1ocation
tion in city Inquire InquireHerald InquireHerald
Herald Branch 2484 2484Washington 2484Washington
Washington Avenue AvenueOgtien AvenueOgden
Ogden
All 100 and 150 150j ic
j < I Neckwear in English EnglishSquaresvcc EnglishSquares75c I L
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Av A CLOTHES SHOP FOR MEN MENAt MENc
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of the Eotii
I 7 2 MAIN STREET STREE1THIS
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damage ei eia amage was vau done < Jon Th The family had J Jeon > oon oonawav
awav eia a we during the day and a shottthne shottthneafter shcirt t11fli t11flifirr
after a firr they returned hlmie hoxmm d detecteil tectwl an anodor andoi
odor o doi Of sutokf An T iittesttgation proved provedthat provedthat
that Rrfimattated fromm from a 1pd Q roem whloh whlohthey whiobhey
t they trail trailno i 15Xlt Xlt tntarJti 4s there tas I Ino
no flrCl fIrj id 15 ocee uNng the ft fts
la i s muefeft ieUcaj tbftt an attempt was rnlido at atrcezedlnrleni
lnce 1 rcezedlnrleni dlejd n z zi4 a
i4 tr trFuneral >
Funeral Services ServicesFunenU
Funeral e ctrvIecg Vl twftiied weJteI I over ti tho re remains yenaimis ¬
mains m of Lester TJrbt Uroa f Aluaon the 1 1yearold 13
yearold son of Mr and Mrs E M d AW AWson
son sn at t iJii lii caunI ml ww wad < l meeting muetingiouso
house i iouso at 2 oclock yesterday afteraooft afteraooftHiehop
Hiehop l Robert MeQuarrlo officiating
There was a large attendance including includinga
a battalion of cadets from the Stat In InduatriHl
duatriHl school eoinroancled by b Cnptuin
W K Kneass The battalion avUd as asa I Ia
a military escort escortDeath escortDeath
I Death of Mrs Manning ManningSirs
Sirs 1rs Annie I Maiinins wWkiw of the
late Pr 1rf4rick < frlcli C Manning who lifts lived livedin livedn
in i n Ogiien for nmny years died at liorresidence lior iiorresidence
residence ihirtyse Llilrtyatoied oiMl ami Quincy av avnue ave avehue
hue at 7 oclock yenterday morning of offeneral
general debility a aged ed 9 Years Miv lrs
Manning was born in County dart Ire Iref
f land D Dee c iS 3 18 14L She is ntrvivM to 1 a ason
son and two daughters Funeral servlcee servlceeOTep rervicos
over the th remains will be bejd At St Jo Josephs ¬
sephs Catholic church at it oclock en n
I TburmUy nioruInw
i I Wedding Wedfflngsells Bells BellsMiss
Miss Hazel Davis daughter f Dr Ray
Dftvia ol Preston 1 Ida < 1 a4 C Thurman
Tonta son of T W Jones ware ojarried ojarriedat
at the home of the grooms parents 472
Twjitjvf Ttventyurtlt urth street at 4 oclock o clock yes ¬
terday afternoon by Kld Idi r K A Larklm Larklmo
I ho newly wdded couple left at
o clock for or Preston where Mr Jones is isHjensger
I manager of the t1i Poary Bros milling
plant lant They will reside iu Preston PrestonOgden
Ogden Briefs BriefsThe
The remains of James Wallace who
died In i Salt L lke k Friday last of pneu pneuKmonia
I monte were shipped to Ogden Ogden yesterday
and interred In the City cemetery
Edward TJiH8 ThU of Hooper for selling
liquor without a license was arrnij arrnlgu ca n
In the JiiunJcipal court yesterday And ad held heldunder heldunder
i 1 under 150 l ball for a heaving hearInn on Saturday
next flcXtOmi A AOil
Oil aeoiMint of ofJudg J dg J L A t HowftJ be beins beins b
ins ingtjiuiiut ui aut Lake yrstardsy there wa was no noOil noeossioii nosussion
eossioii of the dlairlct tlis riet court Judge
Unwell goes to Parmington to hold court
today todayMarriage
Marriage lleiueB have bo boon n irant granted d to
Charles T Jopes of Ogden and Mlsa 31 las
Hazel Davis 18 1 of Presron Ida and
Fred Wilmore Jones 33 and Miss Bertha
Orawshaw both of Ogdt Ogden n nHarry
Harry Oreenwell the tb 18yearold son of
Contractor O I II Qrenw Greenwell ll white play playi
i ing in a hay loft y yteterday terdRy aft aftsrnoon rnoon fell
through the trap doorvto the floor below belowand belowand
and fractured his right arm In two twoplaces
places
Judge J D > Murphy decided yesterday
that it Itwouki would be unnecessary to hold an
imiueat over the remain remains of Andrew Han
Sen ea the Swede who threw hlmsolf before beforea
a psssejigar train at the union depot on
Sunday SundayJohn
John LinsJey of Echo came to Ogden
yesterday afternoon for medical treat ¬
mOnt Mr Llnslev stepped on a nail at
his home several days ago The nail ran
through the feet und blood poison was
fenred fenredThe
The new bell to be hung IB the tower
of St Josephs Catholic church in Ogden
has arrived here and will be hung in the
church tower within a short time The Thenow
now bell weighs 7W f pounds and will be
the largest in the city cityt citypiT
t piT P P Sm Smyth > th and the five men caught
In his saloon on Twentyfifth street Sun Sunnay
nay last failed to put In their appearance
in the polie court yesterday morning
thereby forfeiting their ball Smyth for ¬
feited 30 and each of his customers sums
ranging from 5 to HO HOFuneral flOFuneral
Funeral services over the remains of
the Infant son tof Mr and Mrs Peter
Johnson who died Christmas day of
bronchitis will be h held ld at the family
residence 2243 43 Jackson avenue at 3
p clock this afternoon Interment will be
In tha th City cemetery cemeteryA
Bobert I1andaI1 tlee 4vraro4d son of
G II JJusknelu died at 35 oclock yes ¬
A terday afttfrnoon from an attack of pneu ¬
monia at the family residence i 2067 7
Quincy avenue This Is the second time
that death has visited the Bushnell homo
in in the past seven months monthsTO
TO CURE A COLD IN N ONE DAY DAYTake
Take LAXATIVE BJ1OMO Qulnin QulninTablets
Tablets Druggists ugLsts refund money if it
faJVs to cure E W V GROVES algna algnaturete cignature
turete ture is on each box 25c 25cWORK 2 c cS
S
WORK OF VANDALS VANDALSUnreeled
Unreeled Hose From Carts Placing PlacingPark
Park City at Mercy of Flames FlamesPark i iI
Park City D Dec c 88 9Some Some vandal or van I
dahi dal in whose minds there seems to bo boa bea
a pervert pervertel sense of humor perpetrated perpetratedwhat perpetratedwhat
what they consider constde a good Joke last even ¬
lag but what if a fire had occurred just justnight instnight
night on any of the streets on the east easttdtie eastaide
aide of town from Maraac up would hays havsresulted haysresulted
resulted In that portion of the town being
left altogether to the mercy of the fire firewith fIzewith
with the slight exception of what little littleaid fltieaid
aid a garden hoe hose or two might be The ThtJhoee
j
heat of the fire department is Kept Jn Jnsmall insmall
small shelter houses on each street on onthat I >
that side of town and nj in such ptaeee that thatit j jafter S
it can be hasily gut at i necessary The Thepractical I
practical jokers above referred to wont wontutter
after dark last evening and took the hose hoseoff hoseot
off ot the reel and an stretched if it along the thoier thercstd
rcstd This s aa done In two or three dif differetit
ier feretit mt iiiaces Tina ThJs morning the atten attention attenu ¬
tion u of the fire chief was called to the thacondition thecondition
condition 114 took mew over and re rereeled rereeled
reeled the hone and now the officers are areexerilps areexsrtlpg
exerilps ev every ry effort to locate the perpe perpetratora porpetretors
tratora of the act ct and if they are caught caughtan
an exampla will be made of o them In A AU ittatWii
U tatWii wn in which the fire protection is ao aoBlight soaUght
Blight aa it is in Park City und the theweather theweather i
weather as bad as it is i at this tbi time af afthe ofthe
the year a man who would do such a aiUans ath1s
iUans th1s as was done last svenis roning should sb ud be bedealt bedealt
dealt with severely and in this way it itwill Itwill
will serve to keep other hairbrained in indtviduals individuala
dtviduals from doing things which may xna xnabe
be Usaatrous to tha lie community
The Park City Volunt Volunteor r Fire depart department departmeat ¬
meat has li arranged to nave have a tim lime to tomonow tomorrow
morrow evenhlg in Suttons hall immedi immediately Immnodiably ¬
ably following the business mo meeting meetingwinch Uns Unswluch
winch fe to b kohl in the city hall The Thenew Thenew
new city council has asked the mem members enember ¬
bers ber of the department U em submit to thdhi thdhithe thelmnthe
the names of capable men from whoio whoionumber
number 9 chief for the next two years yearsis I
is l to be chosen and tills will be a part partof partOt
of thjp hr work to b be < j done at the business businessim
im mneeU4g ti4er of the department The present presentflrp I
flrp chief was kept up a steady Interest intereiitn
n the department during his term and andha situ
ha by hating regular mocilngs in the thodepartment theJspartnlent I
department got ot the best results to lie ob obom obtarned
tarned from an orgaulastien such as tht thtomi
om is Tae > tints tomorrow evening ia iaI isgtves
I atv gtves n A te a sort rt of a ftrewllI hrwvell send pff pfffor ptffr
for th retiring chief chiefl
l lisrk ark City l ioe1g < nlff No 4 B P O Elks ElksinerchardiKe ElIteby I
by their relief c inialtU yesteepiny die dietributed
tributed a large quantity of ulotidug ulotidugmeyesandic
inerchardiKe and coal to many manyfamilies iteed
families in town This has been done doneevery I j jevery
every year since th the organization of the tne104lK I II
104lK ledge ledgeMr I j
104lKMr Mr and Mrs rs H W CulberUon enter entertained anterlathed ¬
lathed ie estttrciay terda > at dUww in honor of ciiies
Mies Kate Thorpe of Salt I Lko ako City CUyminer
miner named IlAdley was taken to toUK telb I
UK lb Park City Miners hospital this morn mornins mornlug
ins suffering with pnoamwita pnoamwitaThomas
Thomas Shuurue wno who was operated operatedupon operatedupon L
upon at the hospftil is very much im improved ¬
proved and hi it ehart time will bo able abletfe abletb t
tfe set ot out asjalii asjaliiMrsGeorge aaiii aaiiiMrs
MrsGeorge Mrs Oeorge Robirsott mother mother of Po Pollotman Pohmafl
llotman G Gvui 6rgy TloumssM died Sunday Sundayevcnini undx undxevening
evening at the home of Her son Mrs MrslloblBKOri lrs lrsltobhwofl
lloblBKOri has been In Summit oottnty for fora feia
a number of years and her death < l < M th was the theresult t1i t1iresult
result more of age than any disease Shu Shuwill Sh Sh81be
will 81be be heeled tomorrow tomorrovrRraiito tomorrowltrank
Rraiito Trytlwll an old miner of Park ParkCity Pan Pancity
City died yesterday of miners consump consumption consumption ¬
tion after a lingering illness Funeral ar arChrlstmas y yngements
ngements wIll b msde later laterCluiatmaa
Chrlstmas was celebrated here in a very veryalot
autot alot manner The mines all closed and andM sac sactgnnpioyes I
tgnnpioyes all apent the day n tonn
M 4 seine e of th the churches of town ser servtee
vtee vere held Eeptclally was this true trueat trutat I
at the Catholic wWe tt4here three masseji wer6 won wonsaki
3 saki Ifl at S and 10 oolock when q g hsn hsnmass llgtmass
mass was snug In the evanlnsr benedic benediction benediction ¬
tion services were held heldA held3arge
A large number of the Park City youns younsmen
men and women who ar are attending school schoolIn schooin I
In Salt Luke and other places have r rturp re retuipad
turp tuipad d to spend the holidays holidaysStrike holidaysStrike
Strike Will Collopse CollopseLondon
London DCC 2C A dispatch to a news newsaganoy newmN C
aganoy from Odessa says that the strike strikeUl N
there Ul ri > is only partially successful and that thatprobably thuprobably t
probably it will collapse The strike com commftte cornI
mftte 18 a threatenIng ra resort ort to arms armsand arrntI I
and the governor general baa announced announcedthat announe I
that he will deal in a drastic manner in inany ft ftany C
any fctioh event It is aa4 that while whiletb
tb tbe people of ot Odessa are In a etate of ofn9rv6u8 o 4
n9rv6u8 tension the city in general oC Is Istrantiull It IttrarciI C
trantiull
Resistance Threatened Threateneda I
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Lodz Dee 3 I
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a at t armet armetdistrict armeiLiztxic liii I
district i auo lu4ldso
REVOLUTION R klS klSALREADY I
ALREADY ALREADY WANING WANINGContinued WANINGContinued
Continued from Psge1 Psge1works Pae1orks
works orks ofchiqh of wlikh in that town are val valued valed ¬
n ued ed at T000tOQ0 sent ah urgent mes messageto moeage ¬
sageto s age to th tinI < l governor g vtruor general today todaythrough todayrough
through th thla rough the tbcAmerieiin American consul appeal appealing ¬
ing la g for th protection of thej > ropexty ropextyand perty pertynd
and a nd of the 100 Americans who are om ompldyed
pldyed p l yed there thereGonejral
Gonejral Doubassoffpromptly dis dispatched ¬
patched p atched a squadron of dragoons ipid ipidthis
this th is fact faclis Js considered as the beat proof proofthat proofhat
that t he la confident he has the sltua
tion tl on in hand
LEADERS ARE STUDENTS STUDENTSRevolutionaries STUDENTSevolutionaries
Revolutionaries R Still in Possession of ofSuburbs
Suburbs of Moscow MoscowSt
St Petersburg Dec 26 265 p nv in inhe
Tho T he SIovo today says that the leaders leadersof
of o f the revolutionary army at Moscow Moscoware
are a re mostly students of Kleff Kharfcoft Kharfcoftand
and a nd Odessa Among whom are many manyJews manyaws
Jews J aws The military hold the contefbf contefbfMoscow conterb1jscotv
Moscow M jscotv and apparently are wafting re reinforcements ¬
liO inforcements li which are reported to be beon
on O il the way to Moscow from all direc directions ¬
tions t some of the troops marching marchingoverland
overland o Pour regiments of dra dragoons draonna ¬
goons g onna from Warsaw have started by byrived byail
i ail for Moscow but have not yet ar arivoci
rived r there The government is find
ing lu g great difficulty in dispatching a
sufficient s force to the disturbed city cityt
it i t being dangerous to withdraw the
troops t from other places most of the
available a men having already been beensent
sent s ent to cope with the revolt in the theBaltic thealtic
Baltic B altic provinces
The revolutionists hold the outskirts outskirtsof
of o f Moscow A thousand men are work
ing J ug nIght and day at the barricades barricadessome
some s of which are described as mar marvels ¬
vels v eli of strength Trenches have been beendug
dug d ug and wire entanglements have been beenerected
erected e in front of the defenses which whichextended
extended for blocks and are impane
trable t even against artillery
A terrible holocaust ocecurred at th the °
Sytin S ytin works woi ks where 6000 workmen were weresuddenly
suddenly s surrounded by cavalry and andartillery
artillery a The latter fired at the build building ¬
ing i flg which was soon in flames Hun Hundreds ¬
reds d perished in the conflagration conflagrationIt
It is definitely established that the therevolutionists theevolutionists
revolutionists r have six automatic guns gunsGovernor
Governor General Doubassoff has hastaken lensaken
taken t rigorous measures to discover discoverconcealed
concealed c arms holding owners of ofhouses ofouses
houses h ouses responsible and ordering the theconfiscation
confiscation c of all allproperty property where the thepresence
presence p of f arms or bombs Is discov discovered discotreel ¬
ered eredThe c reel
The gates of the Tartar city which whichsurrounds whichurrounds
surrounds s the Kremlin of Moscow Moscowwhere Moscowwhere
where millions of church treasuresare treasuresarestored treasures are
stored s have beerLclosed beeil closed and troops troopsand
and a nd machine guns have been sta
tioned t on the walls Prince Tcherba
offs t Black Hundred militia have haveeen
been b een armed by Governor General Dou Douasoff
bason b asoff and terrible reprisals on the therevolutionists
revolutionists r are anticipated If the therevolution
revolution r is crushed Even the banks banksn
in I n the heart of Moscow remained closed closedesterday
yesterday y
FILLED TO OVERFLOWING OVERFLOWINGNot
Not Enough Morgues and Hospitals Hospitalsto
to Hold the Victims VictimsSt
St Petersburg Dec 2 1133 a m mYes mYesendays Yes ¬
t terday s fighting at Moscow occurred occurredmcstly occurredmc
mcstly mc stly at some distance from the center centerof
of o f the city The revolutionists abandoned
the t he Tverskala thoroughfare as it was too tooeasily to toasily
easily e swept by artillery and concan concantrated
rated t their forces in the narrow Wiled Wiledm
hif m m streets of the commercial Quarter Quarterwhere quarterwhere
where the shops were closed and occupied occupiedy
by b y the military
The mortuaries at Moscow are filled filledwith filledWith
with the dead the hospitals are unable unableto
to t o find room for the wounded and many manyprivate manyrivate
tp private p tp rivate houses are filled with wounded woundedpersona woundedersons
persona personaThe p ersons ersonsThe
The militia organized by Governor Gftn Gftneral Gpral
eral o ral Doubassoff has commenced its dtj
ties t under the direction of the polled
Many houses and other buildings from fromwhich fromwhich
which the revolutlonists revolutlonlststhrew threw bombs bombswere bombwere
were demolished by the artillery
The numerous fires which occurred at
different d points throughout Moscow lit up
tho t he whole sky last night nightGovernor nightUovernor
Governor General Dobnssoff has ordered ordoradthat L
that t all doors be kept closed Any in ina inraction
fa f raction of this order wIll be foilowecj by
a fine of 11500 1500 or three months lmprison Impnisdamont
mont in the fortress The same penalty
will w lil bo imposed on all occupants of houses housesn
I n which arms are found foundREDS foundREDS
REDS HAVE LITTLE CHANCE CHANCEOutbreak CHANCEOutbreak
Outbreak at St Petersburg Means MeansMerciless I IMerciless
Merciless Slaughter Slaughterj
St Petersburg Dec 26 2GThe The workr iorkneons
mens council today decided to take tho thomost I Ienergetic
most energetic action toward workmen i iwho
who refuse to join the strike strikeThree strikeThree
Three hundred workmen who were wereorganizing wartorganizing
organizing a red flag procession weru weruarrested wertarrested
arrested arrestedEncounters
Encounters between workmen and atec atectroops I I Itroops
troops have occurred in various see geotions seetions
tions of the city cityAn cityAn
An official dispatch from Moscow Moscowsays Moseotsays
says saysAt
At every noint the troops have oasl oaslly osslly
ly been victorious Fighting in which wield wieldquickfiring
quickfiring guns and other artillery artilleryDee aitillerwere
were used progressed br two hours ot I IDoe
Dee 23 i The casualties of the tester insurgents testergents ¬
gents are said to have been heavy henvyOn heavyOn
On aturday night and Sunday Sundaymorning Sundamorning
morning the city was quiet On Sunday Sundayafternoon Sunda
afternoon however the artillery wan wanagain wmuagain t
again active at the Brest railroad aLa station aLation ¬
tion tionThe
The inner town Is perfectly qulot1 qulot1RED quiet quietI quietRED
I
RED FLAGS FLYING FLYINGMoscow FLYINGMos
Moscow Mos ow insurgents ns ents Not Yet Ready to tu tuSurrender
Surrender SurrenderMoscow Surrenderieseo
Moscow ieseo Dec 26 2 Mendajv MondaytTh Ths Imairgbiits Imair Inenecgeuta
gbiits attacked bcitlvthe beth time Kazan and Kich Kicholai Ilckolal
olai railroad stations today uhd a lively livelyfusllnfle ltvel ltvelfuellads
fusllnfle ensued between the mob and andthe sac sactime
the troops occupying the depots depotsSome CIpOtsSoipe
Some 300 OO revolutionary militiamen ar arrivedhere Srnived ¬
rivedhere nived here by special train from rota Perovo ou outhe oi I Ithe
the MoscowKaxan line this morning end enda emit I Ia
a crowd of 2t00 OOO strikers including several severalhundred severe 1 1hemneiredloccil
hundred hemneiredloccil local militiamen joined the new newarrivals nevarrivals
arrivals outside the Kazan station Th Thpica C Ccombined
combined forcc seized an adjoIning prove proveIoie
pica Ioie store whence they op opened nvd fire on thft thfttrcops thltroops
troops posted in the station The latter iuttereplied
replied and after a couple of hours brlHk brlHkexchanges brisiexcImange
exchanges of shots the building held by bythe b V
the mob was set on fire and burned down downMeanwhile downMeanwhile
Meanwhile the revolutionist hudbom hudbombarded lead boni bonibanded ¬
barded the Klcholai station from the theworkshops thi S Sworkshop8
workshops of the Yaroslav railroad a de detachment dotachnient ¬
tachment of grenadiers on the roof of the theNieolai th thNeolai
Nieolai station returning the fire firoTh fireThe
Th The station at Perevo and Lluberby are arein tin a aIn
in the hands of the Insurgents and red redflags re i iflags
flags are flying from the buildings buildingsOALVILLEJS buildingsCOALVILLESCHRISTMAS
COALVILLESCHRISTMAS COALVILLESCHRISTMASFor OALVILLEJS CHRISTMAS CHRISTMASFor
For First Time Town Is Brilliantly BrilliantlyLighted DrilflantlLJghted
Lighted by Electricity ElectricityCoalville ElectricityCoalvllle
Coalville Dee 25 5Mayor Mayor Croft and tho thocity th thcity
city council gave tla good people of Coal Coalv Coalvjlle
v vjlle lle tonight a Christmas gift in the torm tormof torr torrof
of brilliantly lighted streets with elec electricity eictricity ¬
tricity The municipal electric light plant plantwas pleastarted
was started this evening and for thQ first firsttime tire tiretime
time in her history the county pent wa wailluminated mviiilluminated
illuminated in a manner that ortly the thetJactrle Lb Lbelectric
electric light can do The event was eiir eiirtluiflastlcaUy or ortltusiastia1ly
tluiflastlcaUy celebrated by the citizens citizensCrowds oitizeqmCrowds
Crowds of boys were cheering on the thestreets tie tiestreets
streets and giving vent to their joy in invarious i iarioUa
various ways The brass band that here hertrtttore hereIt
tttore It tore wh wheti i playing In the evening luis luisHtcured 1w 1wsecured
secured light by the aid of coal oil lomns lomnsstuck Iamptstuck
stuck in the caps of the members got gotout ge geout
out on the streets and under the ample amplelight ninpi ninpiIigt
light of the arc lamps played patriotic patrioticud patrlotlased
ud inspiring airs The bund serenaded serenadedMayor serenadeMayor
Mayor Croft and tho members of the city citycouncil cit citcouncil
council The old town looked good and andwith an anwith
with this start will soon be one of tho thomost tii tiimost
most enterprising and modern cities iu iuthe I Ithe
the state stateJohn atameJohn
John v7flon th engineer ngine r nt the W Web WebCoal b i r rCoal
Coal companys mine had the end of his hisfinger it
finger cut off the other day Ha was try trying irlInIr ¬
ing to locate a Knock in tho th croaahead croaaheadof crosshonof
of the engine angne while Jt vme in motion and andin an anin
in in slime biie mabnar his f finger was caugl t tin
in thOLmoylnff machinery and taken off of ofFrank
Frank Boctoyith ITh kwlth a prominent buainoa buainoaman
man of JEvanaton Evamniton VVyq was hero tpda todaHItt > v vnlDg t
HItt uelsiIonwa5to advino with tltft tt y yfathore
fathore of thIfl place as to the neaon i t truoning
ruoning nlDg the municipal light pisntt
IDAHOWYOMING i ROAD ROADShort ROAD1rt
Short line fo Construct a Branch to toSoutherly toSoutherly
Southerly Edge of Yellow Yellowstone YellowstGne ¬
stone Park ParkBoise ParkBoie
Boise Ida Dec 26 26Articles Articles of in incorporation inorporation ¬
corporation c of the IdahoWyoming IdahoWyomingHail IdahoWyomingailroad
Hail R ailroad road company were filed with the theSecretary theecretary
Secretary it of state today This is the thenew theew
new n ew 4me proposed to be constructed constructedimmediately constructedmmediately
immediately i by the Short Line from fromCokevllle fromokeylile
Cokevllle C Wy Wyo via the south fork of ofthe ofthe
the Snake to a point on 04 the St An Anthony Anhony
thony t line near Idaho Rails The line linewill linebranch
will branch near the Idaho line fifty fiftymiles fiftyrnles
miles from Cokeville a branch of ofventy
seventy g venty miles long reaching the south southerly outbrty ¬
erly e rty edge of the Yellowstone National Nationalpark Nationalailt
park p ep ailt The distance from Cokeville to totie toJle
tie t Jle terminus near Idaho Falls is 150 150iles
inlles m iles This will give the Short Line Linetwo Linewo
two t wo routes in the Yellowstone Yellowstonepark Yellowstoneparkne park parkone
one o ne frpm St Anthony which is now nowbeing1 noweing
being1 b eing constructed and the other from fromCokeville fromCokeIIIe
Cokeville CokevilleThe CokeIIIeTue
The road down the south fork will willopen willlen
open o len up a fine agricultural country countryIt
It i t will also afford a short cut for coal coaltraffic coalyaffic
traffic t from the Wyoming mines des destined desine ¬
tined t ine for Montana points pointsANOTHER pointsANOTHERPIONEERGONE
ANOTHER ANOTHERPIONEERGONE ANOTHERPIONEERGONEThaddeus PIONEER GONE
Thaddeus Fleming Dies Suddenly SuddenlyFrom
1 I I From Heart Failure FailureFiOVO j ji
i Prove Dec 2fi 2dThaddeus Thaddeus E Fleming Fleminga FlemingProve
a Provo pioneer died this mornIng at athis atis
his h is home in the Fifth ward from heart heartfailure heartallure
failure after a lingering illness from fromi fromwhiob
i i whioh he however was apparently re noovering
1 covering c and was wa ur me > and able to do dosome doome
some s light work around the house But Buthoart Butoert
hu hoart h oert weakness resulted in sudden and andunexpected cnt9nexpected
unexpected u death The deceased vas vasbdrn wasOrn
bdrn b Orn in Harrison county Virginia Auff
10 1 0 1836 Ii and with his parents Air and andMrs
Mrs Josiah W Fleming came to Utah Utahi
i in i iI n nn early day and was a Provo pioneer pioneerof
I of f 1849 Mr Fleming was active In n In Indian Inian ¬
dian d ian war service and other public work workIn workn
In i n the early days of the state lie was wasof wasf
of o f a genial kindly nature that made him himmany himian
many n ian friends lie leaves a wife sister sisterof
of o f the late John W Turner two daugh daughters daughers ¬
tc ters t ers and one son and numerous grand grandchildren grandhildren ¬
children c and other relatives relativesA
A marriage license has been issued to
William Householder of American Fork Forkaged Forkged
aged a ged C9 and Sarah Ann Defresne of
Paliview aged 49 49William 49William
William Follett son of the late Bishop
tFbllett t who was for many years bishop bishopof
I of t the Provo Fourth ward and moved to toArizona toArizona
Arizona about twentyfive years ago is istre i
hare i tre visiting r relatives latives lativesW41ford
W41ford Johnson local agent of the
Utah Sugar company is now ready to toenter tonter
enter e Intocontracts into contracts with farmers for the 1
beet crop of JS06 JS06The i90 i90The
The Utah County Poultry and Pat Iettcck
Stock tcck association opened its poultry fair fairtoday fairoday
today t tt In the Glanfield building on Ceu Ceecsr i
ter t sr street Over fifty pens of fine pout poutry j
try t ry and a variety of pigeons rabbits etc etcare etcre
are a re being shown and many exhibitors exhibitorshave exhibitorshave
have not yet brought their exhibits The i
show hon is a very fine one and Is attracting attractinggreat
great Interest from poultry and pet stock stockanciers
fanciers f anciersThere
There will be a meeting of the Utah I
County Farmers association In the court courf courfeoue
house eoue Friday the 29th at 2 oclock for forthe
the t tl he purpose of electing officers and Utah Utahake
lake l commissioners for 1906 1906AT 1906AT
AT THE POKER PARTY PARTYHelen PARTYHelen
Helen Green in N Y Telegram TelegramFive TelegramFive
Five friends Hit down to play Just Justtwo Justtwo
two hours The remarks of the man manin mallin
in whose flat they are playing show showwhat showwhat
what happened happenedSay happenedSay
Say this is bully boys Throw a ahooker I Ihooker
hooker of this booze Into you Its great greatmedicne j
medlcne Drink all you want and feel feelright feelright
right at home Friend of mine sells it itsends itsends
sends me all I want Whats this game gamegoin gamegem
goin gem to be beall all jackpots Top that thatsuits thatsalts
suits me Say well cut for deal all allright allright
right Jack Wilkins your deal low lowgets lowgets
gets it Never makes any difference to tome tome
me who deals and Ill be banker I Ijxlnt Ijiint
jxlnt got change for ten Sam you can canowa canown
own me five for your y r stack I guess I Ilicttev Ibetter
better putthip down or Ill be in wrong
Some fellows are always loser if they theybank theybank
bank a game Wouldnt be if they kept kepttab J
tab on it Hum Humany any one opened It ItThen ItThen
Then Ill stay and see what I get to this thislittle thislittl
little pair Gimme three Only taking takinstwo takingtwo
two are you old Goodplayors over overthere overthere
there Hea holdln up a kicker to a apair
pair of Johns boys What All out but butus
us two twoIm
Im goin gem to call you just for fun funWhat fumeWhat
What you got Three sixes I guess guessthese guessthose
these nines beat you Sammy What do doyou doyou
you think of tljat I caught that other othernine othernine
nine I was doing to hold up an ace aceand
and I says Mo Ill draw to my hand handI
I AM up I left a white one up upoh oh did didI
I Well now Im up Its by me menothin menotlein
nothin doln She goes around again againI
I guess your deal Charlie old fellow fellowWhered fellowWhered
Whered you get that swell necktie necktieGreat necktieGroat
Great shade of tlue bluesay say my last trip tripwest tripwest
west I played in the darnedest game gameThey gameThey
They took out all the tueIm Im in Oh you youi youraisin
i raisin it Ill have to stick Gimme GimmeI Cineneeone
I one card By 1 gosh I never filled a bob bobI bobtall
I tall straight in my life yet yetI
l I know a fellow who catches every everytime everytime
time Well that cost me a dollarn half halfWell halfWell
Well tills game out west westgo go on I Idont rdont
dont want to cut em emwere were all allfriends allfriends
friends aint we Took out everything everythingabove everythingabove
above the sixes and talk about a cut cutthroat cutthrOat ¬
throat frame gamethe the joker filled to any anything anythingyea ¬
thing thingyea yee Ill trail along theres mine mineright mineright
right in front of me Whatter you goSn goSnto gointodoSammy
to todoSammy do Sammy You must be lookin for fora fora
a pair And if you got a pat full you youhad youhad
had to throw away the pair and draw drawfor drawfor
for fours foursI I see that and raise you flf flfIs fifty fiftyIs
Is this table stakes Another half I Ien Ioqil
en oqil 11 What you got You HAVE HAVEWell HAVEWell
Well Ill be beI I caueht that time and andthats andthata
thats what I got His are all blue If Ifthat Ifthat
that wouldnt make a man sore Grace Gracethe Grcolice
the center Billie and you wont have haveso leaveio
so many old Alwayslate over there therelidoal there1y
lidoal 1y deal Pardon me Sammy I did didnut didItut1uD
nut Itut1uD Itut1uDTwo i us usTwo
Two hours later and no on one quite quiteso
so talkative limit raised to a dollar dollarGive dollarGive
Give me three cards please Thank Thankyou Thankyou
you Jour bet How many cards did didhe didice
he take The bets betatmnado iniado is It so you youcant youcant
cant tell and I better pay attenton attentonIndeed attentonIncleOd
Indeed You got a great line of side sidewalk sidewalk ¬
walk corned T call Twopalf Two pait Ha HaIve Ita1tot
Ive 1tot pot three kings Ill Fl take this pot potWHATT potWHAI
WHATT Yours are all lens lensj
j n Letsopen a new pack packThese DadeThese
These are sticky Throws six glasses glassesat
at the radiator There Theyre out of ofthe i ithe
the way To himself Theres some somethincr something
thing UP here If that Sam Jones ant antdclii i idoin
doin some funny business Im wrong wrongHow
How could he have threes four times timesUnI1
and mo never have a piir Aloud I II
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YOUNG MEN Suffering from the effects of youthful follies or indiscretions indiscretionswho indisoretionswho
who are troubled with Seminal Weakness Weak ess Nervous Debility Loss of Memory 1 1Despondency
Despondency Aversion to SocIety iiidnty K idney Troubles Gonorrhea Cleat Stric Stricture Stnieture ¬
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MIDDLEAGED MEN There are many troubled with loss of sexual power powertoo powertoo
too frequent evacuations of the bladder often accompanied by a slight smarting smartingor
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not account for There arc many men me a who die of this diffieulty ignorant tf tfthe f fthe
the cause which is the second stage of seminal weakness The doctor wit wiSguarantee witguarantee
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All Classes of Fits Cured Tape worms removed with head or no pay
Corner Main and Third South streets St Elmo Hotel Hotelt
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only o nly asked for two and youve given givenme givennc
me I nc throe I havent touched em and andIts andts
Its i ts not a dead hand Pardon ME Mr MrJones MrJones
Jones I said TWO No Im nbt sore soreand soreand
and Im the easiest loser you ever saw sawYou sawYou
You better learn the rules of the game gameJust gameust
Just J ust take back that last one and its all allright allright
right I open for a half Gee theyre theyreraisin theyreraisin
raisin all around This is a cooked up upjob upob
job J ob to freeze JUG out thats what it is isI isI
I lay down and put my openers here hereWell leoneWell
Well by holcoy I had cm all pu beat at atthat
that What YasMi Wilkins I put putup putup I
up Thats the best I get here Wll j I
kins who Is a winner sings merrily merrilyPardon merrilyPardon
Pardon mo Mr Wilkins but Ive got gotsome
some neighbors here and Ill have to torequest torequest
request you to stop that row Ill take takefour takebum
four cards to ti this ace Oh blazes blazesCant blazesCant
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