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THE SALT LAK HERALD rlllUltSDAY JANUARY 11 1906 5
I WANTS BlASTING BLASTINGAT I Ii
i A AT fiXED TIMESA TIMES
1 lState tate Coal Mine Inspector Makes MakesRecommendation MakesA It akes akesa
A Recommendation for a aNew aNew aNew
New Law Lawr Lawtr LawFILES LawUAL
FILES HIS S SAMERICAN ANNUAL UAL REPORT REPORTAMERICAN REPORTAMERICAN
AMERICAN EMPLOYES OUTNUM OUTNUMBER OUTNUMBER OUTNUMBER ¬
BER OTHER NATIONALITIES NATIONALITIESState
State Coal Co l Mine Inspector Gomer Cornerfrhcmas Gomerfrhcmns Gomerbhemas
frhcmas want the n next xt legislature l to tofcnact totmaat toIsnaot
fcnact a law regulating the use of high highIsxploslves hIghploslves highS I
S Isxploslves ploslves in coal or hydrocarbon mines minesbf minest minesbf
bf t the state during working hours and andio andIa
io limit the period for using explosives explosivesto
to l the times when all men are out o of ofWlf
the Wlf mines except the men r required < iuirad to tofcttend tottend toilttend
fcttend to the shots
Mr Thomas makes thl this recommenda re recommendaon < < ommenda ommendan ¬
tion on n in his annual report filed with Gov Governor Govor Govor ¬
ernor or John C Cutler yesterday and in inuppot
1 feuppOBt uppot of it ho says saysMy saysMy saysMy
My reasons for the suggestion are arere arenat
that nat the men employed in the mines
i re allowed to use explosive ex loslvem which whichause whichause whichause
tre ause the air in the mines m Ines to become becomeer beoOmeitfated
I itfated by the unneoes unnecessary ary use of power pow
ler er for blasting off the coal In some someit
bf it P our mines they are shooting and using usingwder
5 powder > owder throughout the day dayto
to The great source of danger Is in the thetree thereo theFree
tree reo use of powder such as blown out outplosions outl
r l hots etc and n nearly rly aU ot our ex exI05ion exloston
tr plosions I05ion coma through this source urae especi especially ppecially eaecially ¬
ally when a mine is dry and dusty dustyCoal dustyCoal dustyI
I Coal Companies Prosper ProsperThe ProsperThe Prosperi
i The year 1906 was the most prosper proeperbus pro prosperi per perbus
i bus for all interested in mining coal of offcny ofny
fcny ny year since mining commenced in intahU ini
i ttah t tahU tab says Mr Thomas fIt It would
bave been far more prosperous if the theal1roads thei
i Railroads al1roads had had sufficient equipment equipmentto
to o handle the coal while the mine of
ificials owing to a scarcity of miners minerscould minersJrould minersmould
mould could not comply with the great demand demandQor demandor
Qor for or coal coalDuring coalDuring coalDuring
During the year just closed relations relationsetween relationsetween
between etween the employer and employe have haveleen havepeen
5 > peen most cordial governed by b y mutual mutualconfidence mutualonfidence mutualronfidenco
confidence and sympathy There have haveE
E > i2 < 1 i no Inhint labor trniim troubles st or df dissensions dissensionsnd < s nslons nslonsnd
nd td the mine owners have liberally liberallyshared i ihard
i shared with the mine u ne workers the profits profitsrom profitsrom profitsrom
rom the mines paying satisfactory satisfactorywages satisfactoryWages
wages and affording them steady employment em employment ¬ I I1Ployment
ployment to the extent of their ability abilityPecIal
Special Sp PecIal < Ia1 care has been taken by the mine mineowners mineJwners minecurers
owners < and local managements to pro protect protEct proteet ¬
tect the workmen from injury to body bodyand body8nd bodyand
and death They have endeavored to tocomply tootrply tocomply
comply with all state laws on this sub subject subJect subject ¬
ject and did not hesitate to incur ad adItional adlltlo aditlonal
lltlo Itional nal expense CX1 > ense to secure additional additionalafety additionalsty
Wft WftThe afety sty
The number of accidents while low lowri lowcomparison
kn ri comparison with other states is no nououbt nooubt nooubt
oubt much higher than it would have havefLeen
fLeen been If the workmen were of a more moreCareful morefUI moreaful
Careful aful fUI class and were able to cooperate cooperatevith
vith lth their employers In efforts to pro provide ¬
vide Me for their safety It must be e borne bornen
in n mind that oZ the large number of ofminers ofnera
miners tncrs nera employed In Carbon county three threeourths
fourths are foreigners unable to speak speakur
tour ur language and men who have not noteen no noeen t
tr been een trained to exercise care even for foreir fo fosir r
Ithelr sir own protection protectionRecord pr protectionRecord tection tectionRecord
Record of the YearThe Year YearThe YearThe
The report rep rt shows that the total pro prouction
Buction of coal during the year was
06012528 60628 tons an increase of 38254 254 tons tonsQTew tonsSure tonsr tonsare
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Sure are Cure CureFor CureForRupture
For ForRupture ForRuptureNew Rupture RupturefNew
New Scientific Appliance AlwaysPerfect Always a aPerfect aPerfect
Perfect Kt FitAdjustable Adjustable to Any AnySize AnySize AnySize
Size Person PersonEasy Easy Comforta Comfortable Comfortable Colnfortable ¬
ble Never Slips SlipsCosts Costs Less LessThan LessThan LessThan
Than Many Common Trus Trusses TrussesMade Trussesbade ¬
ses sesMade Made for Men MenWomen MenWomen MenWomen
Women or Children ChildrenSend Childrent
1 Send It on Approval ApprovalYou You Wear i iIf It ItIf ItIf t
If You Arc Not Satisfied I IRefund IRefund IRefund
Refund Your Money Without With Without Without ¬
out a Question QuestionI
I have invented a rupture appliance applianceIfthat appUancethat appliancthat e
that I can safely say by b y thirty years yearsexperience yearsiixperience yearsxperience
experience in the rupture business is the thenl th thniy e
Inly niy nl one that will absolutely hold tb tbupture the theMupture thftu1Jture
Mupture and never slip Up and yet is cool cooldomfortable coolomtortable coy coyamfortable i
iixperience domfortable conforms to every move movehrixent movelent movetent
hrixent lent of the body without chafing or orStarting oraJ o ortng r
Starting aJ itng and costs less than many ordiV ordi ordifg
tawry fg ry trusses I have put the price so low 1o P
James Britton Bethlehem Pa PaCured PaCured PaCured
Cured of Rupture by C E Brooks Brooksthat Brooksthat Brooksthat
that any person rich or poor can buy buyand bu buand buand y
and I absolutely guarantee it I ma malit make makeilt makelit k e
lit to your orderend order send It to you youyou youyouwear you youwear > u
wear It and if it doesnt t satisfy sati fy yo yosend you youeend ou ousend > u
send It back to me and I will refund refundyour refundyour refunyour d 1
your money without question That Thatthe 18 isthe 18the
the fairest proposition ever made by byrupture a arupture arupture
rupture specialist The banks or t tpostmaster the thepostmaster thepostmaster he 16
postmaster here In Marshall Marsh ll will tell you youthat youthat yo yothat > u
that is the way I do businessaIwaabsolutely business buslnessalways buslnessalwaysabsoh4te1y always alwaysabsolutely fs
absolutely on the t e square squareHere squarehere uare uareHere
Here is what Mr James Britton Brittenprominent a aTQminent a1r
prominent 1r om lnent manufacturer of Bethlehem Bethlehemwrites Bethlehempq Bethleheq m n
pq q writesBrooks writes writesC writesflC
flC C B Brooks Bfcq Dear Sif 5111 I have havebeen havebeen ha habeen e
been ruptured six years and have always alwayshad alwarshad alwa alwahad s
had trouble with It till I get ot your app appance appli appliance appllance 1 ¬
ance It is very easy to wear fits neat neatand neatand n nand eA it t
and snug and is not in the way at any anytime anytime a atime ny >
time day or night In fact at t timesdid times I Idid Idid
did not know I had it on It ju jut t adapted adaptedItself adapteitsclf adapt adaptitself sd
Itself to the shape of the body and clung clungto dun lto g
to the spot no matter what position positionwas I Iwas Iwas
was In InIt 111It lnIt
It would be a veritable Godsend Godsendthe to tothe tothe
the unfortunate who suffer from rup rupture rupture ru rutune p ¬
ture if all could procure pr eul the Brooks BrooksRupture BrooksRupture Broo BrooRupture ks cs
Rupture Appliance and wear it They Theycertainly Theyorta1nly Th y ycertainly
certainly would never regret it itMy itfMy itMy
My rupture Is all healed u up and noth nothing nothing no noleg h ¬
ing MB ever v did it but lour your appliance aIPllhnQefJAS applianceJAB
JAB E1TTON ERITrONIt E1TTONIf
If you have tried most mo t everything ev rytnln8 elst elstLcome el eis eiscome i tf3mp
come f3mp to ma Where Wh re other fall is where wherKswe wbe3z re
T Kswe 3z Ie e my greatest success successWrUe SUCO8SWrl successWrte
WrUe Wrl te me today and I will sand youbook you ou my mybook mybOlk y
book on Rupture and its Cure bowing phowlngmy bowingmy howls howlsmy
my appliance and giving you price a anames and andnames andnames n
names of people who have tried it and andothers andbeen a abeen nd ndall
been cured It is instant relief when whenothers allthers all
others fall Remember Remem er I Use no salves salvesno salveno IB s
no harness no o lies Just a straight bualr bualrness bU81ness bu buness s air
ness deal at a n reasonable re Ulonabl prloe C CBrooks B5 B5Brooks BBrooks
Brooks 923 Brooks Bldg Marshall Mich sb b
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over over lOOt The T T6 e output of coke was 215712 215712preceding 21571atona 215718tens
tens an lnoreaao Of 30G95 tons over over the theLJrectding thoPlcdlng
preceding year The deal production du during during during ¬
ring 1905 was distributed dlstributod dlstribu o among counties countiesas
as follows Carbon 1 1444505 46603 tons Sum Sumery Summit Sumfait
fait 74zJ 74 911 tons Sanpeto 4ro2 tons Ehn hlmery Ehnery
ery S600 lt5e0 tons all other counties 75350
tons The value of the coal Is placed placedat
at t tlSOO 1SO0 1SW9S3 an average of 118 par ton tonon tonon tonon
on cars at the mine
The report shows that 1963 men were
employed In the coal mines and worked
Xa7l > days Fatal accidents numbered
seven and other serious accidents thir ¬
tysix The mines used 150042 pounds poundsof
of powder and 83692 pounds of dyna ¬
mite Horses and mules m es to the number numberof
of 167 were employed In i the mines Fifty
steam boilers and an two locomotives were wereused wereusod wereused
used Coke ovens In operation num
bered 754 754Employes 754EnploYes 754Employoa
Employes of the Utah Fuel company
the leading producer are classified ac j
cording to race as follows Americans
G79 79 Germans 54 Finns 157 Italians
171 Austrians 260 Swedes 7 French Frenchmen Frenohmen Frenchmen ¬
men 18 Greeks 111 Slavs 3 negroes negro os
14 Mexicans 2 Japs 46START 46 46START 46START
START FOR F0ROLD OLD MEXICO MEXICOMen MEXICOMen MEXICOMen
Men and Women Interested in Sugarand Sugar Sugarand Sugarand
and Livestock leave for Visit Visitto Visitto
to Southern Republic RepublicThe
The excursion arranged by the UtahMexican Utah UtahMexican UtahMe
Mexican Me can Sugar Livestock company left leftyesterday leftyesterday leftyesterday
yesterday morning ovs over the Rio Grande GrandeWestern GrandVostfirn GrandzWestern <
Western for Mexico City and the hacien haciendas haoIendas baeiendas ¬
das of the company At Salt Lake twelve twelvepersons twelvperaons twelvepersons
persons boarded the train At Provo the theUtah theUtah theUtah
Utah oounty Sanpete county and Heber
City delegations took the train and coin coinptoted comtnated
ptoted bted the party of thirtysix At Provostreamers Provo Provostreamers Proostr
streamers str 8Jn s were placed on the sides of the theoars theoars theoars
oars occupied by the excursionists excur lonists and andeach andeach andoath
each member of the party was badged
The party includes a quorum of the
board of Directors of the company whoare who whoare whoare
are visiting the properties of the company compa company company ¬
ny for the purpose of organizing the work
for the year investors who have already
purchased stock In the company and andothers andothers andothers
others who are visiting the properties propertieswith propertieswith propertieswith
with a view of Investing While away
they U will s Me e the sights of the southern re republic republic republic ¬
public publicCOAL publicCOAL publicCOAL
COAL COAL SUPPLY SUPPLY S UPPL IS BETTER BETTERFiftySix BETTERFiftySix BETTERFiftySix
FiftySix Cars Arrive in Salt LakeNo Lake LakeNo LakeNo
No Promise of Permanent PermanentRelief PermanentRelief PermanentRelief
Relief Is in Sight SightA
A larger supply of coal for the retail re retail retail ¬
tail trade arrived in Salt Lake yester yesterday ye yesterday ter terday ¬
day than for several days Thirtythree Thirt tbree
cars from the Utah coal mines came In Inoer Inover inover
over the Rio Grande and twentythree j
cars from the Wyoming I V fyomin omlng mines over the
Oregon Short Line This is about I6SO
tom and had it not been for the pre
vious shortage shorta e would be a good days
supply for forte the markets
There is no assurance of course that
this daily supply will be continued What Whatwas WhatWas Whatwas
was received yesterday was rapidly ab absorbed absorbed ¬
sorbed by the demand upon the dealers
to whom It was consigned So far as
the wholesalers know the shortage today
will be as bad as ever everilb
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1 Local Briefs e ew eMASQUERADE i ilIASQUERADE
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MASQUERADE BALL BALLA A masquerade
ball was given last night at the th Federa
tion of Labor hall Mrs Irs Irvine wore a astriking astriking
striking costume made of oopies of The
Herald HoraldFORGOT HeraldFORGOT HeraldFORGOT
FORGOT TO RETURN RETURNJohn John John Higgins Higginswho Higginswho
who went to visit relatives while serving I
150 days in the county Jail and forgot to toreturn toreturn toreturn
return was arraigned before Judge Diehl Diehlyesterday Diehlyestocday Diehlyesterday
yesterday morning His case will be beneard beneard beheard
neard Jan 19CHARGED 19 19CHARGED 19CHARGED
CHARGED WITH THEFT THEFTOrley Orley Har Harper Harper Harper ¬
per a liyearold boy was brought be ¬
fore Judge Diehl yesterday morningcharged morning morningcharged morningoharg8
charged < 1 with the theft of 75 The money
is sup suppoe supposed cl to 14 have been stolen len from C CT CTNeliK5n
T TNeliK5n Nelson The boys parents were not notpresent notpresent notpresent
present so he was given until today toda to toplead toplead toplead
plead pleadWAIVE pleadWAIVE pleadWAIVE
WAIVE THEIR HEARINGCharlesChapman HEARING HEARINGCharles HEARINGCharlesChapman Charles CharlesChapman
Chapman charged with wlthchlcken chicken stealing stealingwaived stealingwaived
waived preliminary hearing yesterday
The case will be tried by b the districtcourt district districtcourt districtcourt
court The case cu of J K Rin Ringold old has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been turned over to the district court dourtalso courtalso courtalso
also Ringold in i charged with robbing robbingthe robbingthe robbingthe
the Horseshoe Hor > > efihoe bar barPREPARES barPREPARES barPREPARES
PREPARES TO BUILD BUILDStockholders BUILDStockholdersof Stockholders Stockholdersof
of the Utah Savings Trust Co are arecalled arecalled arecalled
called to meet Feb 6 In addition to the theregular theregular theregular
regular business a vote will be taken on ontne onlne onthe
the proposition of increasing the capital capitalfrom capitalfrom capitalfrom
from WO000 50C80 to 250000 The increase is iaintended isIntended isintended
intended to furnish furni h capital for the new newbank
bank building to be er oted ted in the springa springASSAY spring springASSAY
a 0 1 1ASSAY
ASSAY OFFICE OFFICEFOR FOR ZION ZiOflSenator ZIONSenator
Senator Sutherland Introduces Bill BillProviding BillProviding
Providing for New V Offices Officesfor Officesfor
for Utah Men MenSpecial MenSpecial
Special to The Herald Herald1Vashington HeraldWashington
Washington Jan 1C lCSenator Senator Suther Sutherland Suthorland Sutherland ¬
land today toda introduced a bill to establish establishan
an assay office at Salt Lake City It Itprovides Itprovides Itprovides
provides for the appointment of an as asaayer asyer assayer
aayer yer and melter at a a salary s lary of 2500 per perannum perannum perannum
annum a chief clerk at 1600 and author authorizes authorIZ8 authorizes ¬
izes IZ8 the secretary of the treasury to rent renta rentsuitabJe
a suitable building for an assay office officeand ot1ceand officeand
and appropriate 50000 0000 for carrying the theprovisions theprovisions theprovisions
provisions of the bill into effect effectMiss ofect1i11iS effectMiss
Miss Edith Sutherland who has been beenvisiting b beenvisiting tm tmvisiting
visiting her parents during the holdayshas holdays holdayshas holdaYJihas
has returned to school at Irvingtonon IrvingtononHudson IrvingtononHudson IrvingtononHudson
Hudson HudsonMr HudsonMr HudsonMr
Mr and Mrs George T Holman of Salt SaltLaRe SaltLaRa SaltLaiite
LaRa City are visiting Washington Antl AntlSmoot AntlSmoot AntiSmoot
Smoot memorials signed by citizens of Il Illinois Iltlnois Illinois ¬
linois and Pennsylvania were presented presentedIn
In the senate nate today by Senators Cullora Culloraand Cu1lomand Cullomand
and Knox respectively
Senator Dick of Ohio presented 1 > a me memorial memorIal memorial ¬
morial from the conference of the re reorganized reorganized reorganized ¬
organized Church of Jesus Christ of Ohio Ohioasking OhiOaMklng Ohioasking
asking for Smoots expulsion expulsionIRRIGATORS 8xpuJslonIRRIGATORS expulsionRRIGATORSOLD
IRRIGATORS 1 RRIGATORSOLD HOLD H HFederation MEETING MEETINGFederation MEETINGFederation
Federation Is Formed by Delegates Delegatesat
i at Omaha Convention ConventionOmaha ConventionOmaha ConventionOmaha
Omaha Jan 10 101he The American Irriga Irrigators Irrigatars Irrigators
tors federation Is the name chosen for foran toran
an organization formed by representatives ropre entttivcs entttivcsof
pf the irrigation stator Who met in inOmaha
Om Omaha ha todav todavAmong todz4vAmoIlo
Among the objects of the federation set setforth
forth in an n official statement are to har harmonlse
monies conflicting interest promote ea eaiienUal
> nentiai J legislation griaJatk n circulate instructive instruotiveUtor
literature Utor ture aid In n sett settlement lament of reclaimed reolaim8darea
arena criticise officials or others for acts aotaot
of injustice and to aid in the adjustment adjustmentof
of freight rate rates to and from the reclaimed reclaJmeaareas
areas areasrhe
The following officers were elected to toserve toBaryO toservo
serve until the first annual annu l meeting meetingwhich meetingwhteh
which will be held at Boise Ida the date dateto
to be named by the executive committee oommltto8to
to correspon with dates selected for the thenational
national irrigation IrrlgaU irrig ttlen n congress congressPresld oonsrosaProlidd
President Presld < < = nfc exGovernor < L Bradforc BradtorLPrinc
Prince New Mexico MexlcoSecretaryD MexicoSecretaryD
Secretary SecretaryD D H Anderson Chicago
An executive committee among am ng whose whosemembers
members are Zara Snow Portland PortJ nd
Ore C M Heintze ix Los > s Angeles ex
Governor Franfc Hunt Boise Lucius Lucius M
wilcox Denver and several vie vice presl pr t
dents Including Tom Richardson Port Port1nd
land Ore Judge CuryS Happy Spokane
Wash V ash C E Brainard Payette Ida M
H Heber Los Angeles An ele8 Fred J Kelsel
Ogden Utah Ut Clarence L JohnstonChey JohnstonCheyenne JOhnatonChecnne Johnston Chey Cheyenne ¬
enne Lucius M WIlcox Denver J Tur
1 ley Farmington F N 11 C D Rophey RopheyTepaka Ro hire
Florence Ariz i Professor F D Coburn
Topeka Top ka Kan and A J I Cobban Rhine
lander Wyo
00 00Tom
Tom4Would Tom Would Have Paid Fortune for It ItDenvor
Denver News NewsCongrcsnnlln
Congressman I handle andls calls Morgan the the
International tnt rnat1o l1 kleptomaniac Probably
Thomas X Lawson < awwon la s wondering how he heneyor
never happened to hit upon U > on thatt that
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1579 1579IN i579IN
IN IN STAMPS STAMPSThta
t This Is the amount we paid paidUndo paldUnclo paidJ
a f J Undo Bam for postage last year yearWe yearWo
We operate the largest 1 rge8t bad debt debtreduction debtreduction debtreduction
reduction works workstn in the world Weo We Wepolled
h polled o oiliect tect bad debts everywhere eve ere It IIyou Ityou Ityou
you want money turn turnin In your yourclaims yourclaIms yourclaims
claims Where all others fail tal1we tal1weucceed we wesucceed wesucceed
succeed Thousands of dollars dollarsare
f
are lost because claims are not notplaced notplaced notlaced
p pMerchunts placed laced with us for collection collectionScientific collectionSoientifio
Merchunts rrotcctiv Associatn AssociatnScientific
Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts DebtsFifth DebtsFfth DebtsFfth
Ffth Floor Commercial Commer ial Natl Bank Bldg Salt Lake City Utah UtahFrancis utahFrancis UtahFrancis
Francis G c Luke Genl Mgr MgrSOME MgrffSOME MgrSOME
SOME PEOPLE DONT LIKE US USHU
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H How Cure Weak Men Wfth Eiectricity EiectricityNo I t
No man n should be e weak puny and d debilitated I when h it Is s easy to be beas beas
as big and husky as any man you see on the streets streetsMen streetsJIen streetsMen
Men with small flabby muscles thinchested dulleyed short of ofbreath ofbreath ofbreath
breath without endurance courage courage ambition sand or grit in their make makeup mtkeUP makeup ¬
up are WEAK MEN If they were not born w geak Veak ak I loan can make physical physicalgiants physicalgiants physicalgiants
giants of them themHow themHo themHow
How Ho do I do it By filling the t e blood the nerves the organs and andmuscles andmusoles andmuscles
muscles with electric energy energythat energy that is what Nature gave them at first firstthat firstthat firstthat
that is what they have lost when they break down downI
I am not performing miracles I have only discovered that what whatmakes whatmakes whatmakes
makes all this strength this steam this FORCE in a a man is his Animal AnimalElectricity AnimalElectr1city AnimalElectrioity
Electricity That is What hat makes muscles and heart strong When I find findman findman finda
a man who has lost that power and feels only half a man I want to togive togive togive
give it back to him and I can do it for I have done it for thousands thousandsDr thousandsDr thousandsDr
Dr Mclaughlins 9 9Will Electric Belt BeltWill BeltWilJ
Will cure to stay cured Nervous Debility Varicocele Weakness Weakn ss of Any
Kind whether in the Nerves Stomach Heart Liver or Kidneys Rhou Rheumatism Rhoumatism Rhoumatism ¬
matism Pains in Back and Shoulders Sciatica Lumbago Indigestion
Neuralgia Ne r8lgia Constipation Dyspepsia and all other troubles where new life lifecan Utecan lifecan
can restore health healthDont healthDont healthDont
Dont you want to feel the vim and life of your nerves as you used
to to see the sparkle in your eye to have the spring in your our step and
the lightness in your heart that go with vigorous manhood Life is too tooshort tooshort tooshort
short to miss any of the pleasures that belong to it so why wh dont you yoU
enjoy them as long as Nature Intended IntendedI
I have a nicely illustrated book which every man should read I will willsend w11lsend willsend
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GILLETTE GILLETTEANNOUNCEMENT GILLETTEANNOUNCEMENT GILLETTEANNOUNCEMENT
ANNOUNCEMENT ANNOUNCEMENTWe
We wish to announce that thatafter thatafter thatafter
after January 15th 1906 no noold noold noold
old Gillette blades will be ex exchanged exchanged exchanged ¬
changed for new ones but aft after after after ¬
er that date we will sell new newGillette newGillette newGillette
Gillette blades in packages containing con containing containing ¬
taining ten at 50 cents the thepackage thepackage thepackage
package packageBring packageBring packageBring
Bring Your Old Blades in inBefore inBefore inBefore
Before the 15th if You Wish WishThem WishThem WishThem
Them Exchanged ExchangedWhere ExchangedSCRA ExchangedSUIRMiWS
SCRA SUIRMiWS SUIRMiWSWhere tMS tMSWhere
Where the Cars Stop StopAGENTS StopAGENTS StopAGENTS
AGENTS FOR GILLETTES GILLETTESSAFETY GILLETTESSAFETY GILLETTESSAFETY
SAFETY RAZORS RAZORSBINGHAM RAZORSBINGHAM RAZORSBINGHAM
BINGHAM AND RETURN 1 1Via 1Via 1Via
Via D dl R G Jan 12th 12thSpecial 12thSpecial 12thSpecial
Special train leaves Salt Lake at 645 645p
p m Murray 657 Bingham Junction
705 Returning leaves Bingham about aboutmidnight aboutmidnight aboutmidnight
midnight Grand K I of P excursion
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Notice NoticeNotice NoticeNotice NoticeNotice
Notice Is hereby given that a spe special special special ¬
cial meeting of the stockholders of ofThe otThe ofThe
The Mammoth Mining company a Utah Utahcoporatlcin UtancoporatIcn Utaacoy
coporatlcin coy oration will be held eld at the office of ofaajd otaaid ofsaid
said company room 45 Hooper block blockSalt blockSnlt blockSalt
Salt Luke City Utah at 3 oclock in the theafternoon theafternoon theafternoon
afternoon of the 29th day of January January19C6 Januan19CG
19C6 for the purpose of considering and andpassing andpff6ing andpcesing
passing upon tho question of amending amendingArticle amfindlngArticle amendingArticle
Article 3 of th thQ articles arUcl S of Incorporation Incorporationof
of said The Mammoth Mining company companywhich COmpanywhich
which reads as follows
3Tf 3 3That 3That
That Tf at the corporation herein provided providedfor
for and hereby created shall exist and andcontinue andcontinue andcontinue
continue for the term of 25 years unless unlewsooner unlelUlsoener unlesssooner
sooner dissolved and disincorporated ac according according aecording
cording to law lawSo lawSo lawSo
So that the some shall read as follows
ARTICLE 3That 3 3That 3That
That the incorporation herein provided providedfor
for and hereby created cre ted shall exist and andcontinue andclrtlnue andctriinue
continue for the term of 50 years from fromits fromIts fromits
its organization unless sooner dissolved dissolvedand disoivedand < 1i solvod solvodand
and disincorporated according to law lawSAMUEL lawSAMUEL i
SAMUEL MINTxRE MINTxREPresident M MINr IN T i iiEPresident RE REPresident
President The Mammoth Mining Com Company Company C m mpany
pany
R > at WILKINSON WILKINSONSecretary WILKINSONS WILIiINSONSecretary
Secretary S fctary The Mammoth Mining Com Company Comp Company ¬
pany p ny
Are You Engaged EngagedEngaged Engaged1Engaged EngagedEngaged
Engaged people should remember rememberthat rememberthat rememberthat
that after marriage many quarrels can canbe canbe canbe
be avoided by keeping their digestion digestionIn
In good condition with Electric Bitters BittersS
S A Brown of Bennettsville S C Csays Csays Csays
says If For years niy wife suffered intensely in intensely Intensely ¬
tensely from dyspepsia complicated complicatedwith complicatedwith ompllcatedwith
with a torpid liver until she 5h lost her herstrength heratrength herstrength
strength and vigor and became a mere merewreck merewrock merewreck
wreck of her former self Then she shetried IhetrIed shetried
tried Electric Bitters which helped her herat herat herat
at once onceand and finally made her entirely entirelywell entirelywel1 entirelywell
well She is now strong and healthy healthyZ
Z C M I Drug Dept 112114 Main St Stsells Stsells Stsells
sells and guarantees guaran ees then at 50c a abottle abottle abottle
bottle
Youths Suitsand Suits Suitsand
and Overcoats
A blend of ofthe otthe ofthe
the finest ftne t hard hardwheat hardwheat hardwheat
wheat flour is isPRESTON isPreston isPreston
Preston flour flourPRESTON FlourPRESTON
PRESTON MILLING CO COPresto COPreston COPreston
Preston PrestonIdaho PrestonIdaho rit ritIdaho
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A BALD NEWSPAPER MAN MANGttting MANGt MANGt
Gttting Gt tUng tti I a New Crop of Hair aj aid ti l Has HasNo Ii IiNo IRAsNo
No More Mer Dandruff DandruffEverybody DllndruffEverybody DandruffEverybody
Everybody in the northwest knowsColonel knows knowsColonel kM kMColonel
Colonel Daniel Searie the veteran jew toujtnaltet jQInaUt jewnalist
naltet and publicist of Butte Jan 10 101WQ to1JO
1WQ the colonel l writes I used a eeu eeuple eottpie ooqple
ple of bottles of Newbroa Herpielde Hr Her flcld with withmarvelous withmarvelous withmarvelous
marvelous r results aults The dandruff disap disappeared dt disappeared p ptred ¬
peared a new crop of hair has fca g taken takttnroot takenroot takenroot
root and the bald spot is rapidly being beingcovered bttilllcovered beingcovered
covered Herplcide I is the only hair hairpreparationthatkills hairpreparation hairpreparation
preparationthatkills preparation that kills the dandruff germ germthat tQrmtbt germthat
that digs c1i up the scalp in scales u as s It Itburrows ItburroWs Itburrows
burrows Its way to the root of the tft hair hairwhere hairwhere hairwhere
where it destroys the vitality ef the thehair thehair thehair
hair causing the hair to fall out Kill Killthe Billthe TQ11t110
the dandruff dandruff germ efm with Herplcide Smith SmithDrug Snd SndDruK SmithDrug
Drug Co Special Agents AgentsHave AJentsI AgentsHave
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GARDNER GARDNER DAILY STORE NEWS THE CLOTHES BARGAIN NEWS GARDNER DAILY STORE NEWS NEWSCLOTHES
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I MORE CLOTHES BARGAINS BARGAINSENOUGH H HI I
I E ENOUGH NOUGH Genuine Bargains involved in this Gigantic Sale to clothe clotheand clotheand
and clothe properly nearly every man and boy in in Salt Lake LakeEnough LakeEnough
Enough to assure good choosing today and everyday eery day this week and till tillthe dillthe
the very last offer the same matchIess valuegiving That means that you
can come today or come later and youll be served with the grandest grandestI grandestGoodCIothesCutPrice I i
I GoodmoClothesCutPrice Treat of the Yearpast present or r future futureI
I
i I THE CARNAL OF GOOD CLOTHES AND SHJITTERlElJ PRICES ON JI ML L WEEK I
Mens ivien s Suits SuitsI uits uitsI
I and Overcoats verco t
Boys Suits Suitsand I
and Overcoats I
PRICE ONE J J 1 p G r t1MIIJJNL1 A RDN E R 136138 136138PRICE 1MAIN 1MAINTHE MAIN MAINTHE 36138PRICE
THE QUALITY STORE STOREOrders STOREOrders
Orders by Mail Filled at t Sale Prices
AMIM MY MMMMYWM lJ1 1 yL J 1IJ 1
The huge bargain lQtsof lQtsofBoys lots of ofBoys
Boys and Youth culled from fromthe fromthe
the regular stock stock15c stock15c
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