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THE SALT JLAKE AKE HERALD HERALDSAT 7 1t1JAY + 0 S JAthJARY JAl = tTtf uARY 6 1906 906 S j 1
RAllROAURAIE RAllROAURAIEBill RAILROAD RATE RATEBILL
Bill DISCUSSED DISCUSSEDTwo
Two Hours Session of the Senate SenateCommittee SenateCommittee SenateCommittee
Committee Committee on Interstate InterstateCommerce InterstateCommerce InterstateCommerce
Commerce CommercePLAiWTALK CommercePLAINT1lK CommercePLAT
PLAiWTALK PLAT T LK BY TI TILLWIAN TILLWIANNO LLMAN LLMANNO
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NO DEMOCRATIC TAIL TO PRES PRESIDENTS PRESI PRESIDENTS ¬
IDENTS I KITE KITEWashington KITEWashington KITEWashington
Washington Jan 5 5The The senate com committee committee committeo ¬
mittee on interstate commerce commerce met for forthe forthe forthe
the twohours two hours today and discussed discuss d rate rateregulation ratert rateregulation
regulation rt > in Ina a general way waySenator wayenator waySenator
Senator enator Dollivers bill is regarded as aslikely aslikely aslikely
likely to draw administration support supportand supportand supportand
and the author is trying to shape it so soas soas soas
as to draw some Democratic supportThe support supportThe SUPPorJThe
The Iowa senator conferred with Sen Senator Senator Senator ¬
ator Tillman for an hour after the cornmittee com committee committee ¬
mittee had djourned tdjournedDollivers djournedDollivers djournedDollivers
Dollivers Motion Failed FailedAt FailedAt FailedAt
At todays session of the committee committeeSenator committeeSenator committeeSenator
Senator Dolliver moved to take up his hisbill hisbill hisbill
bill and consider it section by section sectionHe sectionBe sectionIe
He Ie argued that if the bill could be betaken betaken betaken
taken up and all portions on which the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee could not agree agree be voted out outit out1t outIt
it would furnish a basis for an early earlyReport earlyreport earlyreport
Report to the senate He failed to ob obtain obtain obtain ¬
tain the adoption of his motion or any
decision In regard to It but it was wasagreed wasagreed wasagreed
agreed that an early consideration of ofthe otthe ofthe
the various pending measures should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be had This agreement however did didnot didnot didnot
not take the form of a definite pro programme progran programme ¬
gramme grammeHouse gran grammeHouse me meHouse
House Sure to Pass a BillThe Bill BillThe BillThe
The indications are that the house housewill houseW housewill
will W ill pass pass a bill and that the measure measurewill measurewHl measuregill
will come to t the senate before a report reportis
is had from the senate committee on onInterstate onJnterstate oninterstate
Interstate commerce If the house housepasses housepasses housepasses
passes the Hepburn bill that would wouldbring wouldbrIng wouldbring
bring before the senate a measure al almost almost almost ¬
most identical with the Dolliver bill billSenator billSenator billSenator
Senator Dolliver stated today that if ifhis ifhis ifhis
his bill Is rejected by the senate com committee committee committee ¬
mittee he will make a minority reportwhich report reportwhich reportwhIch
which will bring it before the senate senateand senateand senateand
and that he would ould move to substitute substituteIt
It for any measure reported by the committee com committee commIttee ¬
mittee if such measure were not sat satisfactory satisfactory satisfactory ¬
isfactory to the administration administrationAs
As far as S could be learned today the thesenate thesEnate thesenate
senate Democrats will not unite on any
bill Senators Tillman and Newlands N
both members of the interstate com commerce commerce commerce ¬
merce committee com ittee have bills pending
The former said today that Senator SenatorDollivers
Dollivers bill was an elaboration of the theIdeas theJdeas theideas
Ideas that he had advanced in his brief briefmeasure briefmeasure briefmeasure
measure and that he could support it itif Itif itif
if no attempt Is made to make the
Democrats the tail to the presidents presidentskite presidentskite
kite >
I
METEOROLOGICAL REPJRT REPORTMaximum REPJRTMaximum REPJRTMaximum
Maximum temperature 36 3 degrees min ¬
imum temperature 20 degrees mean tem temperature tempfratl1rt temperature ¬
perature > 2S 2S degrees which is 2 degrees
below the normal accumulated deficien deficiency ¬
cy r of temperature since the first of the themonth thumonth themonth
month 33 degrees accumulated deficien deficiency ¬
cy t of temperature since Jan 1 1 33 de degrees degrees degrees ¬
grees Total precipitation from 6 p m
to 6 p m none accumulated deficiency
of precipitatioi since the first of the themonth themonth themonth
month 20 inch accumulated deficiency
of precipitation since Jan 1 20 Inch InchDESTROYED inchDESTROYED inchDESTROYED
DESTROYED BY FIRE FIREBluefield FI FIREBluefield RE REBluefield
Bluefield W Yo Va Jan 5 The The large largedry largedry largedry
dry kiln of the William Ritter Lumber Lumbercompany Lumbercompany Lumbercompany
company at Panther W Va contain containing containIng containing ¬
ing 4000000 feet of dressed oak and andpoplar andpoplar andpoplar
poplar lumber was totally destroyed destroyedby
by fire this afternoon with a loss of of1CO000 ofGOOOO
1CO000
I STATE NEWS
AMENDS ITS ARTICLES ARTICLESUtah
Utah Light Power Company In Increases Increases Increases ¬
creases Its Capital Stock StockOther StookOther Stock StockOther
Other Changes ChangesProvo ChangesProvo ChangesProvo
Provo Jan 5 5The The Utah County Light LightPower LightPower LightPower
Power oorftpany company has filed Iled amendments amendmentsto ts tsto
to Its articles of Incorporation with the thecounty thecounty thecounty
county clerk The amendments wore woreadopted wareadopted woreadopted
adopted at a meeting of the stockhold stockholders s ockhglders ¬
ers held in American Fork Dec 22and 22andare 22 ana anaare andare
are as follows followsThe followsThe followsThe
The term for which the company is in incorporated Incorporated incorporared ¬
corporated Is changedfrom changed from fifty to 100 10Qyears 100years 100years
years yearsThe yearsThe yearsThe
The capital stock is Increased from from50000to from rom
50000to 50000 to 200000 200000The 200000Th 200000The
The Th term of office of the directors is ismade Ismade ismade
made two years three to be elected el ted one oneyear ohm oheyear ohmyear
year and four one oneyear year y r alternately alternatelyThe l rnate y yThe
The time of holding the annual stockholders stock stockholders stockholders ¬
holders meeting is changed from the thesecond these thesecond
se second ond to the fourth Monday Ioildayln in January JanuaryThe
The treasury treas ry stock is Increased from
20000 to 150000 shares sharesWilliam aharesVHliam sharesWilliam
William Asher of Lehi ehi and Martin MartinPeterson MartinP MartinPeterson
Peterson P terson of Pleasant Grove have been beenappointed beenappoInted beenappointed
appointed deputy assessors for their re respective respective respective ¬
spective precincts by CountyAssessor CountyAssessorLewis Co County ntv Assessor AssessorL AssessorLewis
Lewis LewisThe L wis wisThe
The Hinckley Family Familyasociation association has hasbqon hasbQen hasbgon
bqon organized here with the following followingofficers followingofficers followingofficers
officers Ira N Hinckley of Hinckleypresident Hinckley Hinckleypresident Hinckleypresident
president Lucian N Hinckley Provo Provovice ProvoviM Provovice
vice president pr sident B S Hinekley Salt Lake Lakesecretary Lakesecretary Lakesecretary
secretary and treasurer E S Hinckley HinckleyProvo HinckleyProyo HinckleyProvo
Provo family historian The association associationhas
has 141 members descendants of the late latePresident latePresident latePresident
President Ira N Hinckley Hln ltle of Millard Millardstake MUhirdstake Millardstake
stake who died in Provo ten years ears ago agoand agoand agoand
and who was prominent in church work workall workall workall
all his life He came to Utah In March
1850 at the age of 21 years with one onechild onechild onechild
child his wife having died on the plains plainsDr pla1nsDr plainsDr
Dr C F Westphat Yestphatwas was over fromPleasant from fromPleasant fromPleasant
Pleasant Grove today todayA
A big rabbit hunt by Utah county peo people p peopie o opie ¬
pie to take place between Nephi N phi and andMoab andMoab I
Moab today fell through through some somemisunderstanding somem somemisunderstanding
misunderstanding m sund taI ing > o the disappointment disappointmentof disappoi t nt ntof
of a large number of hunters who had hadarranged hadarranged
arranged arr nged to go Four or five Provo men menhowever menhowever menhowever
however went down this morning and andthey andtney andthey
they were probably joined by others oth < < rs from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the southern towns of the county countyThe COUItyThe countyThe
The retail clerks are agitating a move movement movement movement ¬
ment for closing the stores at6 at 6 oclock oclockinstead oclockinstead oclockinstead
instead of at 7 which is now the hour hourof hourof hourof
of closing closingCity closIngCity closingCity
City Recorder Harding has prepared a areport areport areport
report of births and deaths in the city cityfor cihfor cityfor
for the past year which shows 310 births birthsJ48
J48 48 males and 162 females The deaths deathswere deathswer deathswere
were wer 143 70 males an 75 females femalesA
A divorce by bydefault default has been granted grantedAdah grantedAdah grantedAdah
Adah Christian from William P Chris Christian ChrIstian Christian ¬
tian In the Fourth district court The Theground Theground Theground
ground is isfailure failure to provide Plaintiff is isfiven Isgiven isgiven
fiven given the custody of four minor chil chilren children chitdren
dren ren 30 alimony an ancosts costs The parties partiesintermarried partiesintermarrIed partiesintermarried
intermarried in Mankota liIanlwtaKtin Kan Dec 22 221SSG 2218S6
1SSG 1SSGA
A daughter has been born bornto to Mr and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Arthur Brewster All well wellTHOMAS wellTHOMAS wellTHOMAS
THOMAS BARRATT DEAD DEADProminent DEADProminent DEADProminent
Prominent in State for Activity in inOld inOld inOld
Old Folks Cele Celebrations Celebrations Celebrations ¬
brations
American Fork Jan 5 5Thomas Thomas Bar Barratt Barratt Barratt
ratt anold an old and highly respected respectedciUzen respectedciUzenof citizen citizenof
of American Fork and well known knownthroughout knownthroughout knownthroughout
throughout the state through his labors laborswith laborswith laborswith
with the old folks celebration committee committeeof
of the state died at his home in the
Third ward at 9 oclock last night from fromdiabetes fromdlabet fromdiabetes
diabetes dlabet s of which he has been a sufferer suffererfor suffer suffererfor r rfor
for a number of years Up to withiin withiinabout wlthlfnabout withiinabout
about three weeks ago Mr Barratt was wasable wasable wasable
able to get around to some extent al ¬
though friends and relatives could see seethat seetbM seethathe
thathe that he was becoming more feeble each eachday eachday eachday
day dayIhe
dayThe
The deceased was among the early set settlers settlers settlers ¬
tlers of American Fork and has always alwaystaken alw alwaystaken js jstaken
taken an active part both in religious and andpublic andpublic andpublic
public affairs having served in the ca capacity capacity capacity ¬
pacity of city councilman for a number numberof
of years and various other minor offices officesIn
In municipal affairs He acted as coun counselor counselor counselor ¬
selor to the late Bishop Robinson for a anumber anumber anumber
number of years He was born In Eng England England England ¬
land seventysix years ears ago joined the theLatterday theLatterday theLatterday
Latterday Saints in his early manhood manhoodand manhoodand manhoodand
and emigrated to America soon after His Hiswife Hiswife Hiswife
wife and a large family of sons and anddaughters anddaughters anddaughters
daughters and grandchildren survive him himFuneral himFuneral himFuneral
Funeral services will be held in the Third Thirdward Thirdward Thirdward
ward meeting house Tuesday at 1 p m mJohn InJohn mJohn
John M Miller Is very sick at his home homein homein homein
in the Third ward suffering with quinzy r rFor
For a time last night it was feared that
It would result fatally with him but he heis hefs heis
is somewhat improved today
H Ct c Johnson assistant cashier at the theBank theB theBank
Bank B nk of American Fork has gone to toSeattlei toSeattle toSeattle
Seattle Wash rash fer a atwo two weeksvoca weeksvocatien weeks Vaca Vacatien vaca vacation
tien tienPAWGUITGHS tionPANGUITCHS tienPANGUITGH
PAWGUITGHS S GOOD YEAR YEARThe YEA YEAThe YEARThe
The Past Has Been B en a Profitable0ne Profitable0nein Profitable Profitable One Onein Onein
in All Branches of ofIndustry ofIndustry ofIndustry
IndustryPanguitch Industry IndustryPanguiteh IndustryPanguttch
Panguiteh Jan 3 3Thls This place has exporionced ex experienced exporfonced ¬ =
perienced the longest and nd moat nio t tedious tediouscojd tediousc01d tediouscold
cold spell Sp UQv ever ever l known kn wn inthis In thIs part part rf of she shecountry the thecountry
country ntry lasting from the 7th of Novem November NoyemQer Novemher ¬
her to the present time th e and no o appear appearance appearance ¬
ance of a Jet J t up u thermometer ranging rartgingifrom ranglngitrom rangingfrom
from 12 to 20 degrees Tieldw el w zero zeroThe zero zeroThe
The close of the tn thorn past year has ha brought broughtout broughtatatements broughtout
out statements of otaU all the mercantile mi mistltutions In Inst11UtIOIlS mstitutions
stltutions of tnis place showing BhOw1 jng them allto all allto allto
to be at the th end of a prosperous prosp rous yearand year yearand yearand
and fair prospects for a good run next nextthe nextthe
the statement shows the lollowing lollowingThe lollowtngTho
Tho Garfield G rtleld Kxchange declared a divi dlvidend dividond
dond of 25 per cent on its capital stock stockOf stockof stockof
Of 511000 511000The 11000 11000The llWOno
The no EanguitchCoop Jfanguitch Coop the theold oldest st instj instjtutlon in instiof tj tjtutlon
tutlon in the valley valle raisedthevalueof raisedthevalueofits raised the value valueits of ofIts
its capital from 50 cents on the dollar to toyo tocents tou
yo u cents an equivalent of 40 per cent oh ohits onits
its capital of 510000 510000Cameron 10000 10000Cameron
Cameron bevy another Coop insti institution insti institution
tution decl declared ed a dividend divld nd of 25 251Jer per cent centon centon centon
on a capital of about 10000 10000There 10000lhere
There is however a movement m II ent on foot footthis loot lootthis tootthIs
this morning to consolidate cons l1date the Panguitch Pan Panguiteh Panguitch ¬
guitch Coopwith Coop wIth the Cameron ivy SevyCoop ivyCoop vy vyCoop
Coop and make of it an equitable Co Coop Coop Coop ¬
op thus combining theinterests of the theIbO thel thel00
IbO l O stockholders > ets of the tWol two institutionsAfter institutions institutionsAfter tltut1ons tltut1onsAfter
After a series of dances during the en entire entire entire ¬
tire holidays the tun Would up last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night by an entertainment Pat atthe the Mascott Mas Mascott Mascott
cott hall in the shape of a theater per performance performance performance ¬
formance in which the Panguiteh PangultchDra PangultchDramaUe Dra Dramatic Dramatic ¬
matic association rendered the th e popular popularplay popularplay popularplay
play entitled Josh Winchester or Be Becveen BetVeen Between
cveen Love and Duty to a crowded crowdedhouse crowdedhouse crowdedhouse
house houseWHITE houseWHITE houseWHITE
WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE CDNFERENCESecretaries CONFERENCESecretaries CONFERENCESecretaries
Secretaries Root Taftiand Taft TaftwnndBonaparte TaftwnndBonaparteand nd Bonaparte Bonaparteand
and Attorney General Moody MoodyWere MoodyWere oody oodyWere
Were Present PresentWashington PresentYashlngton PresentWashington
Washington Jan 5 5An An important con conference con conference conference ¬
ference which covered a wide range of ofdiscussion ofdiscussion ofdiscussion
discussion of the internal management managementof
of the war and navy departments departm nts was washeld washeld washeld
held at the White hIte House tonight It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was participated In by Secretaries Root Rooteral RootTqft RootTaft
Taft and Bonaparte and Attorney Gen General Gep Geperal
eral Moody and andlasted lasted from from930 930 oclock oclockto ocockto
to 1130 None of the cabinet officers officerspresent officerspresent officerspresent
present was waswilUng willing to say s y specifically specificallyjust specifieaIlyjust
just what matters were w re under nder discus discussion discussion ¬
discus
sion but Secretary Taft in response to toquestions toquestions toquestions
questions admitted that t at any conclusions conclusionswhich copclusiomwhich conclusionswhich
which may have been reached were not notmatters notmatters notmatters
matters for legislative legilativeactlpn actipn but were weresuch weresuch weresuch
such as would require only executive executiveapproval executiveapprov executiveapproval
approval approv l The proposed propOi > l changes in iI the thenavy thenavy thenavy
navy personnel bill affecting the promo promotion promotion promotion ¬
tion of officers which is now before con congress congress congress ¬
gress were werementiont mentioned > d during the even evenings evenings evenings ¬
ings discussion n From the length It > 1gth of the theconference thecQnference theconference
conference it Is believed that matters mattersaffecting mattersaffecting mattersaffecting
affecting the Philippines Panama San SanDomingo SanDomingo SanDomingo
Domingo the general boardofthe boardof the navy navyand nILvyand navyand
and the general staff of the army also alsomay alsomay alsomay
may have been brought up
TWOMoab TWO CHILDREN CHILD N BURNED BURNEDMoab
Moab Jan 5 5Afrfghtful 5A A frightful accident oc occurred occurred occurred ¬
curred this morning morningat at the home of ofIr ofIrand Mr Mrand Mrand
and Mrs Owen Knight Mrs IrsKnight Knight had hadwrapped hadwrapped hadwrapped
wrapped her two children childr n aged 1 and 3 3years 3vears 3years
years In a blanket and setthemin set them in a achair ahalr achair
chair by the stove to warm previous to todressing todressIng toedressing
dressing them for the day While Mrs MrsKnight MrsKnight MrsKnight
Knight was temporarily absent from the theroom theroom theroom
room the blankets brushed against the thestove thestoe thestove
stove catching on n fire and the children childrenwere childrenwere childrenwere
were badly burned about 10 feet andarms and andarms andarms
arms Dr Williams was wascaUed called to dress dressthe dressthe dressthe
the wounds and reports the children as asdoing asdoing asdoing
doing as well as could be beexpectec1 beexpectec1The expectedThe expected expectedThe
The Moab Irrigation company held its itsannual itsannua1 itsannual
annual meeting of stockholders yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day and elected the following as di directors dIrectors directors ¬
rectors F B Hammond A P Soren Sorensen Sorensen Sorensen
sen D B Bartlett J P Miller J P PLarsen PLarsen PLarsen
Larsen Mr Ir Sorensen was elected sec secretary secretary secretary ¬
retary and treasurer of the company for forthe forthe forthe
the following year yearThe yearThe ear earThe
The new town board took up its official offi official official ¬
cial duties yesterday at noon They ap appointed appOinted appointed ¬
pointed Thomas B Foy for town mar marshal marshal marshal ¬
shal Charles Turner who had been mar niarhal marshal nlarhal ¬
hal up to yesterday having resigned
I
lACH EACHWITH WITH DEAD BODYUN BODYONDAYONET BODYONDAYONETMarch BAYONEt = I I1arcfi J
March of Five Drunken Soldiers Through a Russian TownLittleGhildran Town TownLittle TownLitUoChildrenTorn
= Little LitUoChildrenTorn LittleGhildran Children Torn From Limb to LimbDiabolical LimbrjOiaboIicalv LimbDiabolicalOutrages LimbDiabolicalOutrages
v v Outrages Upon Uponthe the Jews J ws i
1 1iN
I iN New w York Jan J n5Reports v o 5 Reports of how howthe howthe howthe
the dead ead are aremutillted mutilated to terrify the theliving theIJvlng theliving
living living in Russia wefe v were r broughtrhere brou ht here to today tQday today ¬
day by Russian Rps I n refugees700 r refugees fug s 700 W of > whom whomarrived whoniarrived who whoariVed
arrived on the steamer Eennsylvanlai EennsylvanlaiOne PennsyhranlaOne
1 1Qn
One Qn woman woman tordofh told ofdof ofwI huyingseen ving een a young youngmarried yoriri youngmarried r rf rmarded
married wopian wotnanJitl aoman Ici kitl ° > her child child f rather rathertHan rathertl ratherthan
tHan tl an let the th Cossacks Cossa ks murder mur er the in infarit in infant infiuit ¬
fant fiuitA > y yAnother i iAnother
Another A 1pther refugee < related how in the theiUJ theWtp thetcl
iUJ Wtp tcl Il Oi of Nova INPVil MQscf Mbs AVAUBUltVlive ov yt1ve five ttvnken I Idiersjinlarched < sol soldi soldiersrrkarched
diersjinlarched di rsni rched through thro ghthe the thetfng thestr streets ets car carirTtgarms carS
S irTtgarms yang tfng arms arms a deao deadxbaby < 1ea 4 baby with a bayt bayoctoet bay bayrojriet ay ayon
ojriet on t t run through its body bodyQeing being dla displ dlaQjyed diBm
m Qjyed ed edatthe atthe at t end endof o of each eachgun eachgunelver gun gunpelver gUIeIver
pelver eIver Landoininsko Landorpi ndoIPI > jsko a dVy rv goods goodsniejchantvho g gw goodsnib
w niejchantvho nib hal1t R ho has 20000 rouibles rou 1 s br brahputj 0J 0Jag o oabQut
ahputj ag uti 10000 which l he had saved av cJ in inMsflight inlrlsfigfit inins
Msflight ins flight saidthatiit said thatiltwas thato it ° liras was a at > common comrtiori1thiiig commorrtl1Ji1g commonthing
thiiig to see s eme men strun slrungi bunS yp feet first firstalii fir fird firtand
alii and d lying dead deadalohgtheroute along the route of the theraJJroad t tr therailroad
railroad r Jro p He lefthis left his hI wife wifeaJd and theirchildren their theirchildren tll I IcliUdren
children in InRussia Russia abd came caniiehere here to toestablish toest toestablish
establish est b1 sh a ahome home for t r themWorldWnt them themWorld themWorld
World WorldWnt WillNever Will Never Know Knowflirsch KI1C Know Know1Iirseh > w wHirsch
Hirsch Lusczmiski with ith hiswife his wife and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two children was another refugee He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was was a aluinbermerJan alumber luinber merchant at atLenkoaisk atLenkoaiska Lenkowjsk Lenkowjska pko jsk jska
a town of 500 OO Inhabitants He said saidMy saIdMy saidMy
My My house arid lumber l mbcr plant wereburned were wereburned werburned
burned one night and and everything else elseI elseLown
I Lown own except 10000 roubles ro bles which Ihad Ihadburlied Ihadburled Ihadburied
burled The civilized world worldw1ll will never neverknow neverknow neverknow
know the extent of the shocking out outrages outra outrages ¬
rages ra s that are constantly cQI stcmtly Inflicted on onthe onthe onthe
the women of our faith faithI
I saw a Russian Russianctown town attacked on onsOct onOct onOct
Oct 18 and 300 Jews were put to to death deathThe de deathThe th thThe
The women were thrown out it of the thewindows th thwindows thewindows
windows and the men werebeaten were wereb beaten aten overthe over overthe overthe
the head by rifle butts and bayonets bayonetswere bay bayonetswere nets netsv
were were v re run through the bodies of f the chil children chitdren children ¬
dren
Children Dismembered DismemberedWolf DismemberedWolf
Wolf Sobak Sob k from Crinishoff near nearOdessa nearOdessa nearOdessa
Odessa said saidI
I saw saw the body of a Prussian boy boyof boyot boyof
of about 11 11years years of age age gelying lying lyingdead dead inthe in inthe inthe
the road and on n his breast was a label labelwhich labelhich labelwhich
which hich read This Is the way to kill killthem killthem killthem
them off young youngIn youngIn youngIn
In the streets s reets I saw 2 and 3year
old children torn limb from limb by bythe b bthe bythe
the Insane Insanerufflans ruffians who wh were inspired inspiredto
to the deed by y the th police themselves themselveswho th themselveswho m elves elveswho
who thus hoped to totak take the mInds of ofthe o otheR ofthe
the theR Russian sslan populace poP 1ace from the real realrevolution realrevol realrevolution
revolution revol Uon thatis t1 that lfis is p ppreadjng eading throughout throughoutthe throughouttheemplre throughout throughoutthe
the theemplre empire I isawone sa saw one woman wdnian oman slashed slashedopen slashedp slashedopen
open p n from fromher h her r throat tJttt > t to her h r abdomen abdomenand abdomenand abdomenand
and then th n saw sa sawthe w the fiends fi nQs stuff s uff feathers feathersfrom felthersfrom feathers feathersfrom
from a pillow they the had thrown t rown fromthe from fromthe frpmthe
the window into i to her body bodySeveral bodySever bodyseveral
Several Sever lr refugees refugee f g came crime rqeas as first firstcaQ1n firstcaQ1npasse cabin cabinpassengers cabin cabinpassengerSj
passengers passe gerS6 arid J d they t ey had an n aggregate aggregateOf aggregate aggregatepf
pf about 100060 in cash and and jewels je els In Jnmoney Inmoney inmoney
money belts beltsFASTER beltsTE beltsFASTE
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FASTER TE R TIME r ANTICIPATED ANTICIPATEDMailrReachesNew A TIG Ti CIPATED CIPATEDMail A T 91 91Mail
MailrReachesNew Mail Mailf f ReachesI neac s + 1ev T w yQrkErom t QIk rkExoln Fro San SanEranciscom S SinFrancisco n I IFranciscoJn
Francisco in Three and One OneHalf OnealDa OneHalf
Half alDa Days DaysNew Di s sNew sNewYork
New NewYork York Jan Jan 5 5ll iMail Mailfrom n from San SanFrancisco sari sariFrancisco SapFrancisco
Francisco arrived here 1ere at 1152 a m to today 10dny today ¬
day by bya a train tr ln t that nt brought bro ghtlctwelv ghtlctwelvh it twelve twelvehours twelvehours
hours h ur faster than than mall mad 1 i J has a eyer ever made madethe m madethe de dei
the journey jO lI ney before eforeThe The completion of ofeven ofeven i I Ieven
even a afaster faster record is anticipated andc1patedlIonday anticipatedlonday anticipatedN
N londay when the eighteenhour train trainfrom i ifrom I IfromChl
from fromChl Chicago ag6 arrh arrives s completing a trip tripof tripof I Iof
of mail from New NevYorlt York to San Fran Francisco FrancIsco Francisco ¬
cisco and returnInsevendays return in seven even lays The Thetime ThtI Thttime Thetime > I
time formerly for erly was iine days r Mail now nowleaves nowleaves nowleaves
leaves New York at 245 Monday morning morn morning morl1ing ¬
ing reaches San Francisco Thursdaynoonintime Thursdaynoon Thursday Thursdaynoonin
noonin noon noonintime in time for apswersto answers to be mailed mailedon
on the train that leaves leavesSan San SanFrancisco SanFranciscothe Francisco Franciscothe Franciscothe
the same day at 6 arriving in New NewYork NewYork I
York at at 930 9 30 Monday MondaymornIng morning For Formerly Formerly Formerly ¬
merly it would have have arrived here at atthe atthe atthe
the same samehquronWednesdayor hour on Wednesday or later laterPrevious laterPreviousto laterPreviousto
Previousto to November last mail mailleav mailleaving leav leaving leaving ¬
ing New York at 245 a am n m Monday Mondaywas
was due in San a l Franci Francisco co Friday at atnoon atnoon atnoon
noon This time has been cut down so sothat sothat sothat
that the the mail now gets getsto to San Fran Francisco Fraticisco ¬
Fran
cisco one day dayearlier earlier v Anew6 A new 6 oclock oclocktrain oclocktrain oclocktrain
train rom San Francisco Frne scoto to the east eastsaved eastsaved eastsaved
saved twelve hours fortll for the mail which whichi whicharrived whicharrived
i arrived today and beginning beg fining on n Mon Monday Monday Monday ¬
day more time will be sav sa saved d east easto eastoCl1ica of ofChicago ofChicago
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1500 Suits and Overcoats 1000 Means1 Means 1 ton coal coalsav saved d
1800 Suits and Overcoats 1200 12 O Means 115 tons coal al saved savGd
2000 Suits and Overcoats 1335 Means 113 tons coal c l saved sav d
2250 Suits and Overcoats 1500 Means 1 1tons tons coalsaved co tsaved
2500 Suits and Overcoats Overcoats1665 1665 Means1tonsgoalsWed MeaI1s1t Means X34tons i1fC coallaved l av d
2750 Suits and aI d Overcoats Ov rc ts 1835 Means 2 tpns coal o lsay saved saved d
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If you ou suffer from any anyo of tho weak weaknesses weaknesses weaknesses ¬
nesses or diseases dlBen es caused by bylgnpranco bylgnprancoeXCESS byignoranceexcs ignorance ignoranceexcess
excess or contagion YOU ARE Tflrj TflrjVERY THtl THtlVERY TH1LI
VERY PERSON LI WE ZV ZVITALIC E WANT TO TOTALK TOTALK
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We have proven our skill In curing curingCHRONIC curinCCH curingCHRONIC
CHRONIC CH ONIC diseases by publishing publishingmany p publishingmany blishlng blishlngman
many man voluntary testimonials from fromhome fromhome I Ihome
home t peoplt giving names na names cs pictures picturesand picturcsand picturesand
and addresses addressesWE nd4c addressesWE s sVE
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ITerieewe hence we have to proveour pro prove eour our skill klU in inthis Inthis inthis
this classoftroubles alassot classs of troubesin troubles in another wayThis way wayThis wa waThI
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PAY WHEN WHEN CURED CUREDVecure
Ve Vecure cur cure you ou first and then ask a aREASONABLE aREASONA I IREASONABLE
REASONABLE REASONA ILE FEE FE when ybu yo you artGued art artc I Icured
cured c e Ypu can can n depend upon bur our word wcrdThousands wordThousands 1 1Thousands
Thousands of patientshave patients have endorse endnrseUs < k J Jus
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YOU with the distinct understandingthatwewill understanding understandingthatwewill understanc11nhat
thatwewill hat wewltI not demanda FEE until unutQ untilwe untilwe
we Q cure you This applies 31 > pl1 s to Lost LO1ltMln11o LoaMarhoadSeminal i iManhood
Manhood MarhoadSeminal d Seminal Weakness Weakn gs Sperms Spermatorrhoea Sperfuflorrhoea Spermstorrhoea
torrhoea Gonorrhoea a Syphilis Tart Varlciocele Tartdocele Tariiocele
ciocele Diseases of the th Prostate GFand GrardUnnatural GFandBlood OrardVnn
Unnatural Vnn tu al Losses Contracted oritrac Isorders QJs QJsorders
orders StrIcture etc Ghtagioua GhtagiouaBlood CshtaglouI CshtaglouIBlood
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Evenings 7 to tos 3 I Sundays and Hon Holiflays Hollns Hondays
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CATARRH and all curable chronic chronicdiseases chronicdiseases chronicdiseases
diseases of the Eyes Ears Nose NosoThroat NoseThroat NoseThroat
Throat Lungs LungsStomacl1 Stomach KidneysLiver Kidneys KidneysLiver KldncjsLivEr
Liver Bladder and Bowels Heart HeartDisease HeartDisease j
Disease Fits Chorea Rheumatism RheumatismPiles RheumatismPI1 RheumatismPiles
Piles PI1 s Rupture Lost Manhood Varicocle Va Varicocele Varicocele
ricocele Gonorrhea Gonorrhea Syphilis SyphilisProstatjc SyphilisProstatJc SyphilisProstatic
Prostatjc Troubles and all Chron Chronic ¬
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of Men Women and Children ChildrenIIome
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and Ssfaai S ifflJst Ever Part Pepfmcfetf PepfmcfetfMY PerfctMY cfet cfetMY
MY S1 SKILL 1LL has no equal In the cure ure o ofP of PAlyia PAlyiaand Pblvlo Pblvloand lvlc lvlcand
and private diseases dise sef of men because I have ad advanced advanced advanced ¬
vanced with the rapid upward march m rch of medical medicalscience medicil8cfence medicalscience
science and made a specialty spe ialty of the tb diseases dietiBpIJ1 dietiBpIJ1treat 1 itreat 1treat
treat My M modern modernmethodFi methods are eve every day prov provring provIng provlug
ing that they are ie ieand positively the = safest safest quickest quickestand Qulokestand
and n most s reliable that have ever been perfected perfccteCfor perfectedBLOOD crfectec1tor
for curing curlrgBLOOD curingBLOOD
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DECLINE PILUtJ VISTULA RUPTURE HIT HITDROCELE HYDROCELE MYDROCELE
DROCELE and DISEASES DISEASES of the KIDNEYS and andPROSTATE andPROSTATE i iPROSTATE
PROSTATE PROSTATEThere PROSTATEThere i iThere
There Is absolutely no patchwork about the theresult9 the theresult theresults
result of the thecourse course co rse of treatment I give for each eachof eachof h hof
of the diseases I make a at specialty specialtyfor for soon after afterbeginning afttrglnnlng asterbeginning
beginning my m treatment treflUneItevery every symptom s ptoIJ1 of Al Alsease 4tsease discare
sease disappears and the trouble never returns ret retbrneap rne
IMPORTANT I will cure you for less lessmoney lessm money ney than you can be bte for formoney tofbyan forby
byan by any other specialist In Salt L Lake lte You w will ll have to come to me Sooner l lor i ior
or later Inord In order er to be properly cur cared dWhY why not b before ore you ou have lost Jbur Jburm y Our i
I money m ney in doctoring doctoringCURE with cheap clieap i iCURE or dlshonest t unskilled spe JIIeialists ialists 1 1 1CURE
CURE OR NO CHARGE CHARGEMy My patients receive rec le a awrltt awritten written n contract guar guaranteed guarn1teed guarteed
teed by b a depg deposit sit of 5COOQ In the th e eor bank to toc cure care re and render entire enti e satisfaction sntlsfacUonor satisfactionCONSULTATION
or refund nmaty niJ o o ocpNSTJLTATION > i iNSULTATION
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+ thorough tnorolgnand and searching examination is required though if Inconvenient Incon enlent to tocall tocan tocall
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