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f K4 Telegrams Tclcgra Telegrams Received by See Amer America Amei Amerida ¬
ida i a Conference From All AllOver AllOver AllOver
Over Union UnionEACH UnionEACH UnionC
That the See America First Firsts move movement moelneIit movement ¬
ment has touched a responsive chord all allover allover allover
over the United States was demonstrated demonstratedby
by the telegrams which were read to the theconferdnce theconter theconference
conference conter nce yesterday Following are the thetelegrams thetelegrams thetelegrams
telegrams In full fullFort fuUFort fullFort
Fort Myers Fla Fl Jan 24 1906 l006Your l006Yourte1egram Your Yourtelegram Your Yourtelegram
telegram reaches me here I regret that thatI
I cannot be with you I wholly approve approvethe approvethe approvethe
the purpose of your our meeting and that thatfrom thatfrom thatfrom
from the standpoint of one who though thoughan
an extensive traveler in foreign lands landshas l landshas nds ndshas
has visited every 6veJ state and territory of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Union and thoroughly knows his own owncountry owncountry owncountry
St Paul Minn Jan 24 1906 1906lIesS 1906Message 1906Messagereceived Message Messagereceived ge gereceived
received I am In hearty sympathy with withyour withyour withyour
your See America First movement and andwith andwith andwith
with the economic and patriotic ideas ideasthat ideasthat ideasthat
that have inspired It it Intimate knowledge knowledgeof
of our own country is a first step toward towardintelligent toward1ntelllgent towardintelligentt
intelligent citizenship It broadens the themind themind themind
mind and informs the th judgment judgm nt The pro promoters promoters promoters ¬
moters of the movement will more and andmore andmore andmore
more be confronted with national prob problems problems problems ¬
lems economic rather than politicalwhich political politicalwhich politicalwhich
which can be handled successfully only
by those whose detailed information b is isof isof isof
of equal scope My best wishes for thesuccess the thesuccess thesuccess
success of your convention conventionJAMES conven conventionJAMES tlOD tlODJAMES
New York Jan 24 2 1906 1900The The New York YorkPress YorkPress YorkPress
Press Is In sympathy with the principles principlesof
of your convention as expressed In See SeeEurope SeeEurope SeeEurope
Europe If You Will But See America AmericaFirst AmericaFirst AmericaFirst
First WM HOLMES JR JRBusiness JRBusIness JRBusiness
Business ManagerDorchester Manager ManagerDorchester ManagerDorchester
Dorchester Mass Jan 24 1906 190 1906Heres 1906Heresto Heres Heresto
to the big western movement that shall shaUlenltghten shallenlighten j jenlighten
enlighten the east May your mission be becrowned becrowned j jcrowned
crowned with auspicious success The TheNational TheNational TheNational
National Magazine Is with you heart and andsoul andsoul andsoul
New York Yor Jan 24 4 1W6 lOOtTo To the very veryend veryend veryend
end of tho chapter the Metropolitan Mag Magazine Magazine MagBine ¬
azine believes that westward the course courseof courseot courseo
of o empire takes Its way wa We print more morewestern morewestcrl morewestern
western articles and stories than any anyother anyother anyv
other two magazines v of our class Thebig The Thebig Thebig
big circulation of the future will be found foundIn
In the west A month in any part of ofour ofoUr ofourgreat
ourgreat our great western country is we believe believeworth believeWorth believeworth
worth half a year spent In some stuffy stuffyold stuff stuffold stuffyold
old corner of Europe Heres to the gol golden golden golden ¬
den west to Its evergrowing prosperity prosperityto I Ito
to its splendid future and its better un understanding understanding ¬
derstanding of eastern sympathy with withall withall I IBlI
all its moods and plans plansEditor plansEditor I
Editor The Metropolitan Magazine MagazineScientific MagazineScientific MagazineScientific
Scientific American In Line LineNew LineNew LineNew
New York Jan 24 1906 1906We We have just justlearned justlearned justlearned
learned of the object of the convention conventionand conventionand conventionand
and are in hearty sympathy with the themovement themovement themovement
movement The west is not sufficiently sufficientlyvisited sufficientlyvisited sufficientlyvisited
visited or understood by b eastern people peopleThe peopleThe peopleThe
The majority of our correspondents are areIn areInthe arein
In Inthe the he west and we devote a large l rge part partof partof partof
of our space to its industrial development developmentWe
We wish you every eV ry success successEditor successEditor successEditor
Editor of Scientific American AmericanNew AmericanNew AmericanNew
New York Jan 8n 24 1906 1906Llterary Literary Digest Digestwashes Digestwishes I It1shes
washes success to convention and votes votesfor V votesfor
for See America First FirstFunk FrstFunk FirstFunk
Funk Wagnalls WagnallsCo WagnallsCoNe Co CoNew CoNew II IIfor
New Ne York Y rk Jan 24 1906 1906Everybo 1906Everybodys Everybodys lys j
America by b the full Tabernacle choir choirstarted choirstarted choirstarted
started the concert last evening and The TheStarSpangled TheStarSpangled TheStarSpangled
StarSpangled Banner by the choir choirMrs choirMrs choirMrs
Mrs Ramsay Morris and the Orpheus Orpheusclub Orpheusclub Orpheusclub
club closed it Thrdughout a tremendous tremendousappeal tremendousappeal tremendousappeal
appeal was made to the patriotic im impulses impulses impulses ¬
pulses of the large audience that gath gathered gathered gathered ¬
ered in the Tabernacle In one respect respectthe respectthe respectthe
the affair was a failure It was as planned plannedby
by H G Whitney and those acting with withhim withhim withhim
him on the committee to give a short shortprogramme shortprogramme shortprogramme
programme Failure in this respect respectcrowned respectcrowned respectcrowned
crowned their efforts but the failure was wasthe wastho wasthe
the fault of the audience It encored every everynumber everynumber everynumber
number and in this way made the progamme pro progamme progam
gamme gam e just twice as long as it was in intended intended intended ¬
tended to have it itEnthusiasm itEnthusiasm it itEnthusiasm
Enthusiasm ran high from the begin beginning begInnIng beginning ¬
ning When the first strains of America America Amer America ¬
ica came from the organ and the choir choirthe choirthe choirthe
the audience arose in a body The Sol Soldiers Soldiers Soldiers ¬
diers Chorus from Faust followed followedand followedand followedand
and this was so warmly greeted that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the choir was forced to sing again The ThePilgrims ThePIlgrims ThePilgrims
Pilgrims Chorus was given with equal equally equalb equally ¬ i
ly good effect effectJ
J f J f McClellan gave MIgnon excerpts excerptsfor
for his first number He tried to get getoff geteff getoff
off with this and was inclilned to be bestubborn bestubbon bestubborn
stubborn about responding to an encore encoreThis encoreThis encoreThis
This would not do with the enthusiasts enthusiastswho enthusIastswho enthusiastswho
who made the th great building rattle with wltntheir withtheir withtheir
their demands for a second number numberRocked numberRocked numberRacked
Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep was wasgiven wasgiven wasgiven
given as a bass solo with the vox hu humana humana hureana
mana organ effect Here is where a aMagazine a1tagaZine aMagazine
Magazine is heartily In sympathy with withyour withyour withyour
your movement The scenic wonders of ofour ofour ofour
our great west altogether too little known knownto
to American tourists Wish you every everysuccess everysoocess everysuccess
Manager ManagerNew ManagerNew ManagerNew
New York Central Road RoadNew RoadNew RoadNew
New York Jan 24 1906 1906The The New York TorkCentral YorkCentral YorkCentral
Central lines fully realize the value of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the See America First movement movementwhich movementwhich movementwhich
which crystallizes in the conference in inyour inyour inyour
your city tomorrow and we not only onlywish onlywish onlywish
wish the movement every possible suc success success success ¬
cess but I assure you it will have our ourhearty ourhearty ourhearty
hearty cooperation from the first Its Itseconomic Itseconomic Itseconomic
economic value can scarcely be overesti overestimated overestimated overestimated ¬
mated Its political poIitl al value will not be besecond besecond besecond
second to its economic value valueNo valueN valueNo
No N man reared in the east can visit visitthe visitthe visitthe
the west and see its beauty arid variety varietyand varietyand varietyand
and note its marvelous growth without withoutreturning withoutreturning withoutreturning
returning a better citizen of the repub republic r republic pub publIc ¬
lic than when he left home and no man manreared manreared manreared
reared in the west can visit the eastern easterncoast easterncoaSt easterncoast
coast of our continent and glance at the theprogress theprogress theprogress
progress made in less l ss than 300 years andnot and andnot andnot
not feel a pride in America and her In Institutions institutions institutions ¬
stitutions The Tl a money value which will willbe willbe willbe
be enormous will be small compared with withthe withthe withthe
the effect upon our people as a nation nationwhich nationwhicll nationwhich
which the Interchange of knowledge re resulting resulting resulting ¬
sulting from the successful outcome of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this movement will bring brin about aboutGEORGE aboutGEORGE aboutGEORGE
Manager General Advertising Depart Department Department Department ¬
ment New York Central CentralPhiladelphia CentralPhiladelphia CentralPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Pa Jan Si 4 1906 1906We We are areheartily areheartily areheartily
heartily in accord with the movement movementC
C E ROBERTS ROBERTSLippincotts ROBERTSLippincotts ROBERTSLippincotts
Lippincotts Magazine MagazineNew Mag MagazineNew Zine ZineNew
New York N Y Jan Zi 1903 1900We We are arein arein arein
in entire sympathy with the movement movementto
to make the west better known here hereThe hereThe hereThe
The Churchman ChurchmanBrooklyn ChurchmanBrookI ChurchmanBrooklyn
Brooklyn BrookI n N Y Jan 24 1906 19 1906The 1906TheBrooklyn 6The 6TheBrooklyn The TheBrooklyn
Brooklyn Times heartily sympathmizes sympathmizeswith s mpathmizeswith
with your movement Individuals busi business business business ¬
ness corporations cities states and even evennations evennetions evennations
nations prosper through judicious adver advertising advertIsing advertising ¬
tising William II of Germany is the thebest thebest thebest
best traveling salesman Germany ever everhad everhad everhad
had The charms and attractions of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States need n ed but to be known to tobecome tobecome tobecome
become attractive to the traveling publicThe public publicThe publicThe
The Brooklyn Times TimesNew TimesNew TimesNew
New York N Y Jan 24 1906 1906We We areheartily are areheartily areheartily
heartily in accord with the movement to toContinued toContinued toContinued
Continued on Page 6
number of the 4See See America First dele delegates delegates delegates ¬
gates almost came to blows In debating debatingwhether debatingwhether debatingwhether
whether or not there was a a big man sing singIng singing singing
Ing behind the organ organThe OTganThe organThe
The Orpheus club made the hit of its itscareer itscar itscareer
career car Cr up to date It was forced out outtill outtill outtill
till It was compelled to confess that It Ithad Ithad ithad
had nothing more in its repertoire Sun Sunset Sunset Sunset ¬
set was the first number given Thin Thinwas ThhJwas Thiswas
was followed by a medley of oldtime oldtimefavorite oldtimefavorite oldtimefavorite
favorite negro n gro songs This PJ proved ° yed so sopopular sopopular sopopular
popular that the club was forced back to torepeat torepeat torepeat
repeat part of it itgrims itEvening itEvening
Evening Star by byagner Wagner The PH Pilgrims PHgrims
grims Song of Hqpe HqpeChorus and Pilgrims PilgrimsChorus PilgrimsChorus
Chorus by Wagner constituted const1t ted Mr Mc McClellaris McCleUa McClellans
Clellaris CleUa s next contribution to the pleas pleasures pleasures pleasures ¬
ures of the evening Each number was wasloudlyapplauded wasloudly wasloudly
loudlyapplauded loudlyapplaudedMrs loudly pplauded hpplaudedMrs pplaudedMrs
Mrs Emma Ramsey Morris rendition renditionof
of The Flag Without a Stain electri electrified electrified lectrified ¬
fied the audience She was never in in bet better better ¬
voice Her exquisite notes filled the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great auditorium and the spirit she shethrew shethrew
threw into the rendition of the song had hada
a magnetic effect effectAfter effectAfter effectAfter
After the playing of a selection from fromCavallerla fromCavalleria fromCavallerla
Cavallerla Rusticana by Mr McClellan McClellanthe
the choir reinforced by Mrs Emma Ram Ramsey Hamsey Ramsey ¬
sey Morris and the Orpheus club sang sangthe sangthe sangthe
the Hallelujah Chorus from from Handel Handeland Handeland Handeland
and The StarSpangled Banner BannerThe BannerThe BannerThe
The east end en of the balcony was re reserved reserved reserved ¬
served for the See America First dele delegates delegstes delegates ¬
gates Many prominent local men menmingled menmingled menmingled
mingled with the delegates delegatesPLAN delegatesPLAN delegatesPLAN
Continued from Page 2 2ards 2ards 2ards
ards talk was that a a contemplation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the wonders of nature na ure as represented representedin
in the mountains rivers and canyons canyonsof
of the west caused men to love their theircreator theircreator theircreator
creator and their fellowmen better betterDiscussing betterDscussing betterDscussing
Dscussing the movement under con consideration consideration consideration ¬
sideration Judge Richards said the thepromoters thepromoters thepromoters
promoters had inaugurated = d a more morewonderful morewonderful morewonderful
wonderful work than they thought He Heconsidered Heconsidered Heconsidered
considered the movement national not notlocal notlocal notlocal
local He said that what was best for forthe forthe forthe
the whole nation was best for every everypart everypart everypart
part of it The closing thought of the thespeaker thespeaker thespeaker
speaker was that America will direct directthe directthe directthe
the civilizationBhmber9er civilization civilizationBamberger civ1izationBamberger
Bamberger Makes AddressJustin Address AddressJustin AddressJustin
Justin A Rxinyon R nyon of Missouri con confessed confessed confessed ¬
fessed that he was from that state stateand statend stateand
and nd acted as though he was proud of ofhe ofhe ofhe
he fact He said he didnt have to be beshown beshown beshown
shown in Utah He called for a speech speechfrom speeclfrom speechfrom
from Senator Simon Bamberger The Thesenator Thesenator Thesenator
senator responded in one of his charac characteristic characteristic characteristic ¬
teristic speeches He said he had been beenin beenin beenin
in Utah for thirtyseven years years and andconsidered andconsidered andconsidered
considered it as good a place as there theres
s to be found on the continent He Hetold Hetold Hetold
told of his attendance recently Of t a ameeting ameeting ameeting
meeting in New York at which it was wassuggested wassuggested wassuggested
suggested to levy a tax of 40 on every everyperson everyperson everyperson
person arriving in this country from fromabroad fromabroad fromabroad
abroad He had 1320 when he ur urrived 81rived arrived
rived he h said aid and he had hadit ha hait l lit
it yet He opposed levying a tax of 540 540on 40 40n 40on
on > n honest people who come here but buthe buthe buthe
he favored a tax of 4000 a head on onmen onmen onmen
men who went abroad before they theycould theycould theycould
could get back into their own glorious gloriouscountry gloriouscountry gloriouscountry
country This sentiment sel1tim nt was loudly loudlyapplauded loudlyapplauded loudlyapplauded
applauded applaudedClarence applaudedClarence applaudedClarence
Clarence E Edmonds of the Califor California Cal1ornia California ¬
nia promotion committee was next nextcalled nextca11ed nextcalled
called out He paid a high tribute tributeto
to Fisher Harris He thought that t1 at Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake had started the greatest move movement movemen movement ¬
ment men t of modern times He looked for forward forward forward ¬
ward to the time when all the moun ¬
tain states would C9mbine not not against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the other other states but for forthe the promotion promotionof
of their th lr particular interests He said saidhe saidhe saidhe
he had been astounded since coming comingto
to Salt Lake City with the magnitude magnitudeof
of the See America First movement movementCalifornia movementCalifornia movementCalifornia
California he said stood ready to toback toback toback
back the movement mov ment to the limit limitFrom limitFrom limitFrom
From the Northwest NorthwestTom NorthwestTom NorthwestTom
Tom Richardson th secretary of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Portland Commercial club was wascalled wascalled wascalled
called upon He was introduced by
Chairman Harris as uA A prince among amOng
his people The applause that greet greeted greeted greeted ¬
ed him demonstrated that he was a afavorite afavorite afavorite
favorite among all who knew himHe himHesaid him < He Hesaid Hesaid
said he would not break the harmony harmonyof harmo y yof
of the occasion by inflicting an im impromptu impromptu impromptu ¬
promptu speech but in a oneminute oneminuteaddress oneminuteaddress oneminuteaddress
address he stirred the convention to a ahigh ahigh ahigh
high pitch of enthusiasm He spoke spokeof
of the movement as a grand one as asnational asnational s snational
national international in its scope scopeIn scopeIn scopeIn
In this country he said every mails mailstown mailstown manstown
town is the highest point in the na nation nation nation ¬
tion President Roosevelt lives in inPortland inPortland inPortland
Portland Salt Ltke City or Denver Denverjust Denverjust Denverjust
just as mach as he lives in Washing Washington ¬
ton The speaker took high ground groundand groundand groundand
and urged that the movement be bepushed bepushed bepushed
pushed along broad lines and kept free freefrom freefrom freefrom
from sectlonalls He was urged urgedto urgedtogo to 10go togo
go on with his hi remarks but said he hewould h hwould hewould
would be heardvofteii heard often before the con conference conference conference ¬
ference closed closedThe closedThe closedThe
The matter of the appointment of a acommittee acommittee acommittee
committee on ways ays and means came cameup cameup cameup
up but after discussion final action actionwas actionwas actionwas
was postponed till today todayL
L W W Pratt the man who inventedwatch Invented InventedWatch InventedWatch
Watch Tacoma Grow was called on onfor onfor onfor
for a speech while the committees committeeswere committeeswer committeeswere
were wer at work He said there was wassomething wassomething wassomething
something far greater than commercial commer commercial commercIal ¬
cial value in scenery There is a rich richer richer richer ¬
er heritage in this nation than dollars dollarsThere dollarsThere dollarsThere
There is the Godgiven endowment of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the environments and traditions This Thisnation Thisnation Thisnation
nation must be great as well as bigThe big bigThe bigThe
The names of the poets and artists of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th west will be remembered long af after after after ¬
ter the name of the merchant prince princeIs
Is forgotten He said he cared not notwhere notwhere notwhere
where Americans traveled so long as asthey asthey asthey
they made m de it a rule of their lives to tosee tosee tosee
see their own country before going goingabroad goingabroad goingabroad
abroad They might go to the mines minesof
of Maine the everglades of Florida or orthe orthe orthe
the Icebergs of Yukon so long as they theyconfined theyconfined theyconfined
confined their travels to their own owncountry owncountry owncountry
country countryE
E W Palmer the man with the big bigiadge bigbadge bigbadge
badge that reads See America First FirstEspecially FirstEspecially FirstEspecially
Especially Pueblo moved that the thethanks thethanks j jthanks
thanks of the visitors be given for the theroyal theroyal theroyal
royal welcome extended them and the themotion themotion themotion
motion carried Then on motion the theconference theconference theconference
conference took a recess until 930 930oclock 930oclock 930oclock
oclock this morning morningftrrinkiea morningf morningVrinkiea
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make the young appear old Nerv Nervousness Nervousness Nervousness ¬
ousness ousness worry or insomnia may cause causethese causethese causethese
these unsightly lines By rebuilding rebuildingthe
the entire nervous system and ¬
regu regulating regulating regulating
lating the kidneys properly Palmo PalmoTablets PalmoTablets PalmoTablets
Tablets render the complexion complexionsmooth complexionsmooth complexionsmooth
smooth fresh and youthful youthfuland and bet better better better ¬
ter still they the make you feel years yearsyounger yearsyounger yearsyounger
younger 50 cents Book Free FreeThe FreeThe FreeThe
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A O U W WMembers wMembers WMembers
Members of Salt Lake Valley Lodge LodgeNo LodgeNo LodgeNo
No 12 are requested to attend the thetuneral thetuneral thefuneral
tuneral of Brother R S Robertson at atresidence atresidence atresidence
residence 724 7 4 East First South street streeton
on Friday 2 p m Jan = n 26th
Sixteen Railroads Also Represented Representedat
at the uSee See America First FirstConference FirstConference FirstConference
Conference ConferenceONE ConferenceONE ConferenceONE
Seventyseven delegates representing representingthirteen representingthirteen representingthirteen
thirteen states and one province of ofBritish ofBritish ofBritish
British Columbia C lumbia are in attendance attendanceUpon attendanceon attendancetipon
Upon on the uSee See America First confer conference conference conference ¬
ence in addition to the representatives representativesof
of sixteen railroads The representa representation ¬
tion by the states is as follows followsUtah followsUtah followsUtah
Utah 18 Colorado 14 Missouri 1 1Washington 1Vashington 1Washington
Washington 4 Montana 3 Idaho 18 18Minnesota 18Minnesota 18Minnesota
Minnesota 2 California 5 Oregon 4 4Wyoming 4Wyoming 4Wyoming
Wyoming 1 Pennsylvania 1 Iowa 2 2New 2New 2New
New York 1 British Columbia 1 1The 1The 1The
The railroads represented at the con conference conference conference ¬
ference are the Denver Rio Grande GrandeColorado GrandeColorado GrandeColorado
Colorado Southern Illinois Central CentralChicago CentralChicago
Chicago Burlington Quincy Santa SantaFe SantaFe SantaFe
Fe Erie Rock Island Canadian Pa Pacific Pacific Pacific ¬
cific Colorado Midland San Pedro PedroLos PedroLos PedroLos
Los Angeles Salt Lake Oregon Rail Railroad Railroad Railroad ¬
road Navigation Company Pacific PacificIdaho PacificIdaho PacificIdaho
Idaho Northern Southern Pacific Mis Missouri Missouri MIsso ¬
souri so uTi Pacific and Salt Lake and Og
t tThose
Those Who Are Here HereFollowing HereFoUowing HereFollowing
Following is a complete list of the thedelegates thedelegates thedelegates
delegates who registered r yesterday yesterday1rcludIng
including representatives of states statescities statescJties statescities
cities commercial bodies and rail railroads railroads railroads ¬
roads roadsW roadsW roadsW
W F R Mills city and county of
Denver D nver Colo S K Hooper Denver
Rio Grande system s stem Denver Colo John
C Martin Business Mens league Den Denver Denver Denver ¬
ver Colo Cob J H Runyon Manufacturers
Merchants association Kansas City
Mo L G Monroe Chamber of Commerce Com Commerce Commerce ¬
merce and 150000 club Spokane Wash WashMont
T J Nerf Business Mens club Butte
Mont R R Devine Provo Utah J f H
Frisbie Provo Utah UtahW UtahW Utahw
W E Bramel Hailey Ida W Ald Aldrldge Aldridge Aldridge
ridge Chamber of Commerce Comm rce Denver DenverColo DenverColo DenverColo
Colo Hoyt Sherman Colorado South Southern Southern Southern ¬
ern railway raUwa Salt Lake J K Persons
Commercial club Duluth Minn A B BClark BClark BClark
Clark Chamber of Commerce Riverside RiversideCal RiversideCal
Cal W V Frank Pierce representing Gov Governor Governor Governor ¬
ernor George C Pardee of California San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco Cal J A Foley Illinois Cell Central Celltral Ceitral ¬
tral railroad Salt Lake R F Neslen Neslenthe Neslenthe Neslenthe
the Burlington system Salt Lake C F FWarren FVarren FWarren
Warren Santa Fe system Salt Lake LakeHenry LakeHenry LakeHenry
Henry Russell Wray ray secretary Cham Chamber Chamber Chaiaber ¬
ber of Commerce Colorado Springs SpringsColo SpringsColo SpringsColo
Colo F T Vincent Erie Dispatch ana anaEne anaEne anaErie
Ene railroad Salt Lake J E Oglesby Oglesbythe Oglesbythe Oglesbythe
the Rock Island system Salt Lake J H HCobb HCobb HCobb
Cobb 100000 club Pueblo Colo James JamesM JameslL
M Hemphill Shoshone Ida Louis YV YVPratL WPratt Y YPratt
Pratt Chamber of Commerce and Board Boardof
of Trade Tacoma Wash John F FBurns FBurns FBurns
Burns Colorado State Commercial asso association association association ¬
ciation A B Calder Canadian Pacific Pacificrailway Pacificrailway Pacificrailway
railway Seattle Wash L H Harding HardingColorado HardingColorado HardingColorado
Colorado Midland railway rallwa Salt Lake LakoDouglas LakeDcuglas LakeDouglas
Douglas White Salt Lake route and city cityof cityof cityof
of Los Angeles Los Angeles Cal God Godfrey Godfre Godfrey ¬
frey fre Chealander Chamber of Commerce Commerceand
and Alaska club Seattle Wash WashThomas WashThomas WashThomas
Thomas R Hamer delegateatlarge St
Anthony Ida W W D Curtis Chamber Chambero
o Commerce Los Angeles Cal Leon Leonard Leonard Leonard ¬
ard Merrill Realty board Los Angeles AngelesCal
Cal George Romney TransMississippi TransMississippicongress TransMississippicongress I Icongress
congress Salt Lake C C Moore Com Commercial CommercIal Commercial ¬
mercial club Asiiton A ton Ida L T Becker
Commercial club Manti Utah A W
Palmer Business Mens association Pu Pueblo Pueblo Pueblo ¬
eblo Colo Janes A Minney mayor or I
Boise Ida Ralph Edmunds representing represen tins
the mayor of Idaho Falls Ida E M I
Heigho delegateatlarge from Idaho
Lieutenant Governor B L Steeves rep ¬
resenting Commercial club Weiser Ida
George E Chamberlain governor of ofpres
Oregon Portland Ore H M L Cake pres ¬
ident i ent Commercial club Portland Ore OreTom OreTom OreTom
Tom Richardson secretary Commercial Commercialclub
club Portland Ore A L Craig gen general general general ¬
eral passenger agent Oregon Railway
Navigation company Portland Ore R RB RE KE
E Scottford delegateatlarge from Ore Oregon Oregen Oregon ¬
gon George A Cordon Commercial club clubRigby clubRigby clubRigby
Rigby Ida John T West Pueblo Colo ColoEugene ColoEugene ColoEugene
Eugene Wright Commercial club Idaho IdahoFalls IdahoFaIls IdahoFalls
Falls Ida E M Hoover Pacific PacificIdaho PacifIcIdaho PacificIdaho
Idaho Northern railway raUwa Boise B < > ise Ida S SI SI SI
I Hamilton delegateatlarge from Ida Idaho Idaho Idaho ¬
ho Twin Falls Ida S C Boyer Spring Springville Sprintville Springvile
ville Utah F W Pratt St Anthony AnthonyIda
Ida A M Boylen St Anthony Ida IdaT IdaT IdaT
T A Cosgriff Cheyenne Wyo H HAll F FAllen
Allen All n Dr F O Boyd and G B Aiken Aikenall Aikenall
all of the Commercial club Twin Falls FallsIda FaIlsIda FallsIda
Ida IdaW
W V J Kerr delegateatlarge from fromUtah tromUtah fromUtah
Utah Logan Log Utah I E DIehl National NationalEditorial NationalEditorial NationalEditorial
Editorial association Utah F A Footc FootcNephi FoottNephi FooteNephi
Nephi Utah J H Richards delegateat delegateatlarge delegateatlarge delegateatlarge
large from Idaho and president American AmericanMining AmericanMining AmericanMining
Mining congress Boise Ida C S Shaw ShawBoise Sha ShaBoise ShawBoise
Boise Ida J M In Ingersoll ersoll Pocatello PocatelloCommercial PocatelloCommercial PocatelloCommercial
Commercial club Pocatello Ida Jam JamWoodmansee JameWoodmansee i iWoodmansee
Woodmansee Commercial club Rigby RigbyIda RigbIda RigbyIda
Ida W T Booth Chamber of Com Commerce Commerce Commerce ¬
merce Boise Ida Edward F Col Colborn Colborn Colborn
born Real Estate association Salt Lake LakoAlbert LakCAlbert LakeAlbert
Albert E Mead governor of Washing Washington ¬
ton Olympia Wash W W Latham LathamWestern LathamWestern LathamWestern
Western Homeseeker Missoula Mont MontS
S M Newman Republican StateJour StateJournal ¬
nal Pueblo Colo J D Glaas Chieftain ChieftainPueblo ChieftainPueblo ChieftainPueblo
Pueblo Colo A Cressy Cre sy Morrison lIorrisonPhil lIorrisonPhiladelphia Phil Philadelphia Philadeiphia ¬
adelphia Pa James A Metcalf delegateatlarge delegate delegateatlarge de1egateatlarge
atlarge from Montana Missoula Mont MontN MontN MontN
N Ralph Moore Cache Commercial club clubLogan clubLogan clubLogan
Logan Utah UtahH UtahH UtahH
H R Cruger Pella Pella Ia Clarence E EEdwards EEdwards EEdwards
Edwards California Promotion commit committee committee committee ¬
tee San Francisco Cal E J Westlake WestlakeCommercial WestlakeCommercial WestlakeCommercial
Commercial club Minneapolis Minn MinnJames MinnJames MinnJames
James F Gallbreath delegateatlarge delegateatlargefrom
from Colorado Denver Colo Thomas ThomasH
H Blodgett Outing Magazine New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York P H Knowlton Chamber of Com Commerce Commerce Commerce ¬
merce Cripple Creek Colo L C Moore MooreChamber MooreChamber MooreChamber
Chamber of Commerce Victor Colo ColoWilliam ColoWilliam ColoWilliam
William F Kavanaugh city representa representative representatIve ¬
tive Cripple Creek Colo Cob H E Dunn DunnOregon DunnOregon DunnOregon
Oregon Short Line Salt Lake LakeCharles LakeCharles LakeCharles
Charles S Fee Southern Pacific San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco Cal H B Kooser Missouri MissouriPacific MissourIPacific MissouriPacific
Pacific Denver Colo A D Pearson PearsonSalt PearsonSaIt PearsonSalt
Salt Lake Ogden railway Salt Lake LakeFisher LakeFisher LakeFisher
Fisher Harris Judge O W Powers He Heber Heber Heber
ber M vigils W lls Richard P Morris Simon SimonBamberger Simon SimonBamberger imon imonBamberger
Bamberger W P OMeara J J J Judson JudsonGovernor JudsonGovernor JudsonGovernor
Governor John C Cutler representing
Salt Lake Commercial club Dr Roland RolandD
D Grant Vancouver B C Emerson DuPuy DuPuy Du DuPuy
Puy Iowa IowaW IowaVlfWS IowaVIEWS
W H HI Bramel rame 1 an Idaho Man ManExploits ManExploits ManExploits
Exploits the Scenery of ofHis ofHis ofHs
His Home District DistrictW
W H Bramel chief clerk In the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States land office at Hailey HaileyIda HaileyIda HalleyIda
Ida represents that city in the uSee uSeeAmerica See SeeAmerica SeeAmerica
America First conference He brought broughtwith broughtwIth broughtwith
with him about two dozen large views viewsof
of the magnificent scenery of the Saw Sawtcoth Sawtcothmouhtain Sawtcoth
tcoth tcothmouhtain mountain range known as theAlps the theAlps theAlps
Alps of Idaho They are just north northof northof northof I
of Halley Hailey is the county seat seatof seatof seatof
of Blaine county count and the center of ofwhat ofwhat ofwhat
what Is known as the Wood River Rivercountry Rivercountry Rivercountry
country countryMr countryMr
Mr Bramel also brought with him
A Serious Hereditary Trouble O Cored OziredI ireQ ireQBy
1 By Dr Williams Pink Pills PillsSufferers PiII3Sufferers PillsSufferers
Sufferers from ailments aiJm ts that hove ve afr afrflicted defiicted afiflicted
flicted in regular succession one genera generation generation generation ¬
tion after another of their family are as asa a aa asa
a a rule inclined to submit to them as in inevitable hievitable inevitable
evitable The case which follows followsthat proves provesthat provesthat
that such hereditary difficulties are not notbeyond notbeyond notbeyond
beyond the reach of curative forces andshould and andshould andshould
should inspire hopefulness and a readi readiness readiness readinear ¬
ness to try remedies i that have effected effectedsignal effectedsignal
1 signal cures such as that which is here heragiven h6IQgiven heregiven
given givenMrs givenMnL givenMrs
Mrs Elizabeth Rannells Ranne of No 408 408East 408East 4O 4OEast
East Seventh street Newton Kansas Kansasgives Kausnsgives Kansasgives
gives the following account of her aiL aiLment ailment allwent
ment and her cureFor cure cureFor cureFor
For twoyears two years I suffered from a trying tryingnervousness tryinanervousness
nervousness nervousness in my lower limbs from my
knees down as my mother and my mygrandmother mygrandmother
grandmother had suffered before me meThe meI meThe
I The situation was for many years yearsac yearsaccepted ac accepted accepted
cepted as unavoidable because heredi heredutary hereditery hereditart
tart But Butabout about two years ago agowheumy agowheumyson when my mysou mysou
sou was realizing benefit from the use ol olPrWfninTns otDr ofDrWilliams
PrWfninTns Dr Williams Pink PiukPills Pills I thought there theremight theramight theremight
might possibly be some good in themfpa themfpame them f9 f9me for forme
me My trouble had then become OO me so soserious soserious soserious
serious as to make it difficult for me ta tasleep tasleep tosleep
sleep I often had hag to walk the thefio floor r inrestlessness in inrestlessness
I restlessness the thewholenight whole night After Aft rtak rtaking tak taking taking
ing some six boxes the twitching twitchingpeared disap disappeared disappeared
peared and I ceased to use the remedy
I evidently stopped a little too soon soonnervousness ijoi ijoinervousness 1 1 1nervousue
nervousness came back after a a month o oSo 02 02so otso
so and I used the pills again for a short shorttime shorttime shorttime
time Relief came at once and since Istopped I Istopped Xstopped
stopped using them the second time timehave I Ihave Ihave
have been free from any return of the thamy thetwitchings thetwitchings
twitchings ar from fromanyintErferenoe fromanyintErferenoemy any inter witt wittmy
my sleep sleepDr sleepDr sleepDr
Dr Williams Pink Pills have cored coredthe ooredthe ocredthe
the worst cases of bloodlessness indiges indigestion indigestion indigostion
tion influenza headaches lumbago lumbago lumbagoatica sci sciatica cir ciratica ¬
atica neuralgia nervousness spinal spinalweakness spinJ1weakn spinalweakness
weakness weakn and the special ailments of girl girland girlaand girlJand
and women For further furth r information infOrinati informaticqaddress informationaddress a aaddress
address the Dr Williams Medicine MediciDeSchenectady Ccx CcxSchenectady CieSchenectady
Schenectady NY NYliterature N Y Yliterature Yliterature
literature of the Big Four counties countiesof ooUntiesof
of Idaho as they call themselves They Theyare Theyare Theyare
are Blaine Bannock Bingham and andFremont R11dFremont andFremont
Fremont counties The Th J1t literaturewhich literature literaturewhich attue attuewhich
which is in the form of a folder rotd r con contains contains on ontalns ¬
tains a number of fine views representing represent representing representing
ing the industries of these se counties countiesMr 01Ul 01UlMr
Mr Bramel says that his hissectlonat hissectlonatthe section sectionofthe
the country Is greatly interested inter 8t ltn ui iii the thaSee theSee theSee
See America First movement and andwill andwill andwill
will assist in the movement to the ex oxtent extent extent ¬
tent of its ability abilityONLY abilltye abilltyON abilityONLY200OONLY e
ONLY ON ONLY200OONLY ONLY200OONLYDenver L Y 2000 20000 ONLY ONLYDenver N y yDenver
Denver and Return ReturnJan Ret ReturnJan r rJan
Jan 27 and 28 via O S L and UrF UrFTickets U p pTickets PTickets
Tickets good for return to Feb lpt 1 10 1 See Sesagents Seeagents Seaagents
agents for particulars regarding di diverse dIverse dlverse ¬
verse routes etc City Ticket Office Otf1
201 01 Main street streetDENVER streetDENVER streetDENVER
MIDLAND will sell roundtrip tickets ticketsSalt ticketsSalt
Salt Lake to Denver and return good gooduntil gooduntil
until Feb 10 for 2000 Through Pull Pullman PUllman Pullman ¬
man observation car daily See SeeColo Colo Colorados Colorados ¬
rados best scenery on this line Ticket Ticketoffice Ti Ticketoffice k t toffIce
office 77 West Second South go th Salt SaltLake SaltLake alt altLake
Jt Ptice f ffi C Cfhe I t J
fi iU Ii J 1 OZrt1trWt T Th fhe e Entire S Stock toek of ofClothing f SfEt ib J U < y yMens
Mens Clothing Hats Furnishing Goods Etc oftheOReiI1yClothing of the OReilly Clothing Store will be closed out re regardless regardless
gardless of cost Ev every ry article will be sold nothing reserved to make room for an entire new sto stock stockr stockfor k kfor
for the spring trade s The s store ore win be remodeled and made into an uptodate store storet store
t r u V
2250 Mens ens Suits and Overcoats for 1125
2000 Mens ens Suits and Overcoats for 950 and 1000 10 CO
1750 Mens Suits and Overcoats for 875 8 15
1500 Mens Suits and Overcoats for 750
1200 Mens Suits and Overcoats for 600
1000 Mens Suits and Overcoats for 500
1 i
1650 Uniform UDif rm Motorman and Conductor Suits for825 for S8 825 25
1200 Uniform Motorman and Conductor Suits for600 for 600
1000 Uniform Motorman and Conductor Suits for 500
600 Uniform Motorman Odd Coats for 300
A Few Joys oys Long Pants Suits
1200 Boys Suits for X500 500 and f 600 Op
1000 Boys Suits for 400 and X506 500
600 and 800 Boys Suits for forlOOfl 250 25010OO
1000 BoysJvercoats BQIB vercoats for 250 50 to SOO SOOONEFOURTH 1JCCONEFOURTH 09 09ONEFOURTH
Odd Lots in Winter Underwear at less than half price priceAll priceAll
All AIIreguJar regular lines of Winter Underwear onefourth off offn
n < 1ffi IUm1 < 3J
Mens Hats including a number of Stetsons 400 and
500 Hats 100 100Another 100Another 140Another
Another lot of good styles in Stetsons and other makes makesi makeshalf yak yakhalf
i t j < T r j an A TT x oer ill illSpring AllSpring i ti tiSpring
half price A large lot of 150 to 300 Hats at 250
Spring 1906 styles go at onefourth off offMens offMens offMens
Mens Monarch Negligee Shirts Shirts125 125 values H S5c S5cMens 85cAllens I
Mens IenMonarch Monarch Stiff Bosoms 1 12 l25 25 values for 75cMens 75c 75cMens 1Sc1ens
Mens duett Stiff Bosoms Bos ms 175 values for 95c 9cMens 95cle1s 95cMens
Mens Cluett Negligee 175 values for 95c t to 115
100 White Stiff Bosom Laundered Shirts for SOc SOeb 0c
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