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THE TI SALT LAKE HERALD RALD MONDAY FEBRUARY 12 1906 19O 3
GIVES REASONS REASONSFOR REAONSFOR
FOR HIS ACTION ACJIONPresident
i President Dblan D lan an Tells Why WhylIe He Voted Votedfor Votedfor Votedfor
for tie Present Wage Scale Scaleat Scaleat Scaleat
at Indianapolis IndianapolisNO
NO PROSPECT OF WINNING WINNINGBLAMES WINNINGBLAMES WINNINGBLAMES
BLAMES MITCHELL FOR PAST PASTFAILURES P PASTFAILURES ST STFAILURES
FAILURES FAILURESPittsburg1 FAILURESPittsburg FAILURESPittsburg
Pittsburg Feb 1L 11President President Patrick PatrickDolan PatrIckDolan PatrickDoan
Dolan of the local district United Mine MineWorkers MineWorkers MineWorkers
Workers of America who whose e resignation resignationwas
was demanded last week at the con convention convention conventlon ¬
vention of delegates from the local localvnion localnion localtnlon
vnion nion In the district because he voted votedvtth votedwlth votedwith
with the operators at Indianapolis to tomaintain tomaintain tomaintain
maintain the present wage scale to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night issued a statement in which he hegives lIegives hegives
gives his reasons for so voting In the thestatement thestat thestatement
statement stat ment President Dolan says saysWages saysWages saysWages
Wages Increased JncreasedLet IncreasedLet
Let usbe honest about these things thingsOur thingsOur thingsOur
Our wages have been increased more morethan morethan morethan
than lOG 1O per cent and our hours of oflabor oflabor ofhabor
labor have been decreased from f om ten to toeight toIOht toeight
eight IOht hours since 1897 Is it right under underthis undertl underthis
this tl s Ryan resolution to jeopardize all allthese al1these ahlthese
these things and let me tell you the themirers the1uirers thernfters
mirers of the country have never wona won wona
a prominent soft coal strike under the thedirection thedirection thedirection
direction of President Mitchell Mark MarkHanna MarkHanna MarkHarna
Hanna settled the first anthracite anthracitestrike anthracitestrIke anthracItestrike
strike for us and President Roosevelt Rooseveltsettled Rooseveltsettled RooseveltA
A settled the second Nobody has settled settledour settledour settledour
our big bigsoft bI soft coal strikes because we wehave wehave wehave
have lost them President Mitchells Mitchellsbig Mitchellsbi
big bi bfr soft coal strike was in the south southwest southst southwest ¬
west st It lasted eighteen eight en months and andended andnded andended
ended in u utter uer ter failure Hundreds of ofgood otgood ofgood
good men were victimized The second secondsoft secondsoft secondsoft
soft coal strike was in Maryland where wherecur wherecur wherecur
cur people of the entire state were ut utterly uthrly Utterly ¬
terly defeatea His other disastrous disastroussoft disastroussoft disastroussoft
soft coal strike was l S in Kentucky Kentuckywhere KentuckyWhere Kentuckywhere
where our people were beaten beatenIii
11111 Iii Colorado where the organization organizationspent organizationspent organizationspent
spent over 500000 our union was waswiped waswiped wasiviped
wiped off the face of the earth in hiWest inWest InWest
West Virginia Central district we wewere weWEre wewere
were defeated de lted in the Cabin Creek Creekdis Creekdis1rict dis district district ¬
trict In West Virginia where the or organization organization organization ¬ I
ganization spent 300000 we lost in inthe Inthe inthe
the Meyerdale division we spent 400 400OOrt
OOrt and were defeated defeatedAt
At the present time we have a strike strikeof strikeof strikeof
of 8000 miners in Alabama which has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been on for nineteen months They are arestriking aretriking arestriking
striking against a 10 per cent reduc reduction reduction reduction ¬
tion Under the Ryan resolution resolutionwhich resolutionwhich resolutionwhich
which says all districts must get 12 12per 12per 12per
per cent advance over the present presentsciilethe presentsle presentscJe
sciilethe sle the Alabama operators will have haveto haveto haveto
to withdraw their demand for a 10 per percent perCEnt percent
cent reduction and give the 12 121h per peropnt perpnt percent
cent pnt advance or a total difference of
22 2 16 per cent before any other district
in the countryapan settle How is this
to be brought about aboutBlames aboutBlames aboutBlames
Blames Mitchell MitchellThe MitchellhThe MitchcllThe
The Pittsburg Pitts burg district has been beencriticised beenCrIticised beencriticised
criticised because beca se it has not more than than2SOOO thanROOO than2g
2SOOO 2g 000 members memb rs President Mitchell Is laat Isat Isat
at much at fault as any living man manHe manHe manHe
He refuses to help us He came into intothe intothf intothe
the nonunion Irvin IrIndistrictat district at the very ver y y11fight I Iheight
height of his popularity and widely widelyadvertised widelyadvertised
advertised two meetings At one he heHad hetad head
Had ad fifteen men and at the other we weadjourned weadjourned weadjourned
adjourned because there was not any ¬
body there When Mitchell cant get getu
u meeting what can a fellow like me
do
I have been in the trades union unionTTfvement unIonTfvement unionTrrvement
TTfvement for thirtyfive years In InScotland inSotland InSotland
Sotland and America and I have sat satat sata satat
at a t the feet of the greatest labor leaders
the world has ever ever known including
the great Alexander McDonald From
boyhood I i learned that it is a leaders
duty to tell his people not what they theywould
would like to hear but what they
should know They must be told when
they 1be r are in the wrong as wellas well as ap ¬
plauded 11latded when they are in the right
This is is my platform and I am willing
to rise find nd fall with It before the themirers themirers themiiers
mirers and the thepublic public of this country countryRefused countryRcfused countryRefused
Refused to Talk TalkNew Talkew TalkNew
New ew York Feb ll llJohn John Mitchell Mitchellpresident 1Iitchellpresident Mitchellpresident
president of the United Mine Workers Workersof
of America Am rica arrived in this city to tonight tonIght tonight ¬
night having come in from Indianapo ¬
his After registering at the Ashland
house 1 use Mr Mitchell retired He refused
to say anything regarding the coal c al sit situation situation situatlon ¬
uation uationThursdays uatlonThursdays
0 0Thursdays
Thursdays the day we give tickets ticketsaway ticketsaway ticketsaway
away for 25 6 to San Francisco or Los
Angeles Phone at once to Salt Lake
Route 19S6 19S6BANDIT 1986BANDIT 19S6BAN
BANDIT BAN DII RAISULI BUYS BUYSOFF BUYSOFF BUYSOFF
OFF THE TRIBESMEN TRIBESMENPapa
Papa Pa s Feb eb 12 12A 12Achispateli A dispatch to the theEcho theEcho theEcho
Echo de Paris from Tangier says saysRaisuli saysIIPaisuli saysRaisuli
Raisuli the bandit has again suc succoeded sncneded succ
coeded c eded in extricating himself from a adifficult adifficult adifficult
difficult situation by buying a certain certainnumber certainnumber certainnumber
number of the Anjera chiefs who con consequently consequently consequently ¬
sequently refused to march against againsthim againsthim againsthim
him It is expected expect the tribesmen will willbe willbe willbe
be busy fighting among themselves themselvessoon
soon leaving Raisuli free to occupy
himself with the promotion of the theplans theplans theplans
plans of the pretender pretenderIt
IIIt It has been raining since yesterday
< Saturday morning assuring excel excellent excellent excellent ¬
lent crops and consequently there is isgreater isgreater isgreater
greater tranquillity among the tribes tribesSUICIDE tribesI tribesSUICIDE
I 0 0SUICIDE
SUICIDE OF CAPITALIST CAPITALISTBirmingham CAPITALISTBirmingham CAPITALISTBirmingham
Birmingham Ala Feb U liCaptain liCaptainorman Captain CaptainGorman
Gorman orman E Webb a wellknown capi capitalist capItalist capitalIst ¬
talist took his life at his home here heretoday hereto heretoday
today to ay by firing a pistol 1 > istol bullet through throughhis
his forehead while his family was wis at atl atlIEzkfast atbiFakfast
l lIEzkfast ieakf > ast Captain Webb had been in inIII inPI i
III health for some time timeGenuine timeGenuine timeGenuine
Genuine GenuineCarters GenuineCarters GenuineCarters
Carters Little Liver LiverMust Pills PillsAlust PillsMust
Must Bear Signature of ofSEE off ofSEE ofSEE
f
SEE FACSIMILE WRAPPER BELOW BELOWTcry B BEOWery OW OWTerr
Tcry ery small and as easy easyto CAS CASto ensto
to take as sugar sugarTrDO sugarFORilEADACHE sugarFORHEADACHEI
FORilEADACHE
CARTERS C TrDO tilO FOR OR DIZZINESS DIZZINESSITTLE DlllINESSIliiITTLE DiZZINESS1TTL
IliiITTLE ITTLE 1TTL FOR BILIOUSNESS BIllOUSHtSSIW BI BILIOUSNESSflJ IOUSN SS SSI
I IW flJ VER R FOR TORPID LIVER LIVERPILLS LIVERiiLt
iiLt PILLS FOR OR CONSTIPATION CONSTIPATION33H CD JSTIPA110MfOe
33H I JILLS j 1FUgSALLOWSKIN 1FUgSALLOWSKINt FOB SALLOW SKIN SKINFOR SKINFOR
t FOR THE COMPLEXION COMPLEXIONI
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PlUCKY STUDENT STUDENTLIVES STUDENTLIVES1NA
LIVES LIVES1NA IN A SHED SHEDYoung
Young Missourian Studying law at atColumbia atColumbia atColumbia
Columbia Under theGreatest theGreatests the theGreatestDifficulties Greatest GreatestDifficulties
s Difficulties DifficultiesFURNITURE DifficultiesFURNrrURE DifficultiesFURNITURE
FURNrrURE FURNITURE JS IS S HOME MADEI MADE MADEOIL I
OIL STOVE FOR FPR COOKING AND ANDHEATING AND ANDHE ANDHEATING
HEATING HEATINGNew HE HEATINGNew TING
I INew
New York World WorldToo WorldToo WorldToo
Too poor to pay for the he cheapest fur furnished furnished furnished ¬
nished room in New York A L Car Carter Cart Cartter Cartar ¬
ter 24 years old a student in the law lawschool l lawschool w wschool
school of Columbia university iversity is liv living 1IVing living ¬
ing in a stonecutters tool id d within withina
build building building buildIng ¬
a few paces of the university
ing ingHis His abode stands in a a stoneyard on on119th on119th on119th
119th street near Amsterdam avenue avenueIt
It is 9 feet long 8 feet wide and 7 feet feethigh iee ieehigh feethigh
high The sides and roof are com composed composed cornosed ¬
posed osed of one layer of pine boards cov covered covered coyered ¬
ered externally with tar paper which whichkeeps whichkeeps whichkeeps
keeps out the rain There is a sad sadlittle sadlittle sadlittle
little window looking over the rocks to tothe tothe tothe
the north northThe northThe northThe
The only means of heating the place placeis
is an oil stove usually us ally flameless to toeconomize toeconomize toeconomize
economize fuel Here the young man mangrimly mangrimly mangrimly
grimly resolved to fit himself for the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law pursues his studies studiesin in sunshine sunshinewhen sunshinewhen simshinewhen
when his fellow students having rich richfathers richfathers richfathers
fathers are walking about the neigh neighborhood neighborhood neighborhood ¬
borhood chatting mayhap with pretty prettycoeds prettycoeds prettycoeds
coeds in storm when the gales thatknoW thatknow that thatknow
know how to blow on Morningside Morningsideheights lIorningsideheights Mornlngsideheights
heights threaten to send his shanty shantyflying sbantyfiying shantyflying
flying over the precipice precipiceLast precipiceLast precipiceLast
Last August youug Carter arrived arrivedIn
In New York Y rk from Columbia Mo a agraduate agraduate agraduate
graduate of the State university of ofMissouri ofMissouri ofMissouri
Missouri where he had gone through througha
a four years course During those four fouryears fouryears fouryears
years and ever since he was 16 years yearsold yearsold yearsold
old he and poverty had been insepar inseparable inseparable inseparable ¬
able companions At the university he hesupported hesupported hesupported
supported himself by doing all kinds kindsof kindsof kindsof
of odd jobs jobsThrown jobsThrown jobsThrown
Thrown upon his own resources by bythe bythe bythe
the death of his parents when he was w
16 he became a book agent in Mar Marshalltown 1tIarshalltown Marshalltowri
shalltown la where he was born He Heearned Heearned
earned enough selling books to enable enablehim enablehim enablehim
him to live while a student in a local localnormal localnormal localnormal
normal school and to pay his prelimi preliminary preliminary preliminary ¬
nary expenses expenses In the University of ofMissouri ofMissourI ofMissouri
Missouri MissouriWhen MissourIWhen MissouriWhen
When graduated from that institu institution institution institution ¬
tion New York called to him and he hemade hemade hemade
made his way here hereBeyond hereBeyond hereBeyond
Beyond a liberal supply of good goodhealth goodheaJth goodheaJth
heaJth determination and pluck he hearrived hearrtved hearitved
arrived in this city with barely enough enoughto
to pay his matriculation fee at the law lawschool lawschool lawschool
school At first he took a humble bed bedroom bedroom bedroom ¬
room in a house at 108 West 106th 106thstreet 106thstreet 106thstreet
street but failing failin to get work he had hadto hadto hadto
to give this up He hunted in vain vainfor vainfor vainfor
for a room at t SI 1 a week which w vasall vas wasall S Sall
all the expense he dared to incur incurA
A friend in Missouri had obtained obtainedfor obtainedfor obtainedfor
for him a position as night librarian librarianin
in the Columbia law library at a small smallsalary smallsalary smallsalary
salary but his duties and pay would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not begin until the college term termopened termopened termopened
opened It was then Augijst One day dayCarters dayCarters dayCarters
Carters eye lit on the tool shed The Theproprietor Theproprietor Theproprietor
proprietor of the stone yard is Will William William Willlam ¬
iam Algie a man big of stature and andas andas andas
as the poor student found big also of ofheart ofheart ofheart
heart He was overseeing his men at atwork atwork atwork
work when Carter approached approachedI
III I would like to hire that little littlehouse littlehouse littlehouse
house said the student to the boss bossstonecutter bossstonecutter bossstonecutter
stonecutter stonecutterThat stonecutterThat
S SThat
That house laughed Mr Algie Algieits Algieuits Aigieits
uits its a tool shed What do you warit waritit wailtit rlt rltit
it for forTo forliTo forTo
liTo To live in inWell inh1Tell inWell
Well now it wouldnt do at all for foryou foryou foryou
you returned Mr Algie surveying surveyingthe
the tall neatly attired stranger strangerOh
Oh yes it wouldthe would the other said saidWhen saidWhen saIdWhen
When a fellow is poor a student and andhas andhas andhas
has made up his mind to push ahead aheadany aheadany aheadany
any old place will do to live in Ill Illgive Illgive Illgive
give you 1 a week for it itThe itThe ItThe
The stonecutter puzzled shook his hishead hishead hishead
head He was unable to comprehend comprehendwhy comprehendwhy comprehendwhy
why this young man was willing to tolive tolive tolive
live in such a dreary coop coopLet coopULet coopLet
ULet Let me have it pleaded Carter Cartercant CarterIII
III I cant afford anything better betterAll betteruAU betterAll
All right said Mr Ir Algie at last lastbut lastbut lastbut
but not for 1 a week You can have haveit haveit haveIt
it for nothing nothingAnd nothinAnd nothingAnd
And nothing is the rent that the thestudent thestudent thestudent
student has been paying since last lastAugust lastAugust lastAugust
August As soon as he got possession possessionhe
he began tb put his house in order He Hebuilt Hebunt Hebuilt
built a wide sloping shelf on one side sideand sideand sideand
and this is his bed It is of bare bareplanks bareplanls bareplanks
planks and a thin blanket with some someold someold someold
old coats are his only covering coveringWhy coveringWhy coveringWhy
Why he doesnt freeze to death I Idont Idont Idont
dont know said Mr Algie But IIButwhen Butwhen Butwhen
when one is young he can stand al almost almost almost ¬
most anything Still I dont think he hecould hecouJd hecould
could have stood some of these cold coldnights coldTights coldrights
nights we had if ifwell well if I had not put putthat putthat putthat
that tar paper on the outside outsideMr outsidelIr outsideMr
Mr Algie is proud of his student He Heis Heis Heis
is fond of thinking him along with withLincolns withLincolns withLincolns
Lincolns career from a log cabin to tothe tothe tothe
the White house and Garfields simi similar sImI1er similar ¬
lar journey from the towpatli towpatliCarter owpathCarter owpatliCarter
Carter has built himself a table and andracks andracks andracks
racks for his books Epome fome ome of the vol volumes volu volumes ¬
umes u s that looked down from tneir tneirnude tneirnude tneirnude
nude perch yesterday were Burdick uBurdickon Burdickon
on Sales Gray on Property and andLawson andLawson andLawson
Lawson on Contracts ContractsIn
In other respects there are signs of ofa ofa ofa
a students den but the place is in indeed indeed indeed ¬
deed a wretched wretchedabode wretchedabodetnd abode abodeAnd abodeAnd
And yet the brave tenant said said3esterday saidesterday saidyesterday
yesterday it might have been worse worseI
I might not be able to live at atall all and andgo andgo andgo
go on with iUl my studies studiesHe studiesHe studiesHe
He stood outside the door amid the thestone thestone thestone
stone debris of classic suggestion suggestionfragments suggestionfrah1I1ents suggestionfragments
fragments of Corinthian capitals and andDoric andDoric andDone
Doric bases All about was the click clicking cllcking ¬
ing of the workers steel now become becomemusic becomemusic becomemusic
music to him His lips curved with a asmile asmile asmile
smile now and then as he told reluct reluctantly reluctantly reluctantly ¬
antly of his long battle with poverty povertyBut povertyIIBut povertyBut
But it is fascinating he said uTo uTono To Tono Tono
no one can this little social drama of ofmine ofmine ofmine
mine be more interesting than to my myself myself myself ¬
self So far as the necessities go the thelist thelist thelist
list is very small Of course course I Iwouldnt Iwouldnt Iwouldnt
wouldnt live here if I could do bet better better better ¬
ter But I cant and there you are areIt areIt areIt
It was not known yesterday at the theregistrars theregistrars theregistrars
registrars office of the theuniversity university that thatCarter thatCarter thatCarter
Carter was living In the tool shed No Noone Noone Noone
one attached to the college seemed to toknow toknow toknow
know it
WILL ASSIST JEROME JEROMENow JEROMENew JEROMES JEROMENow
S
Now York Feb 11 11Matthew Matthew C Flem Fleming FlemIng P1cmIng ¬
ing who was associated with Charles CharlesE
E Hughes as counsel in the Iei legiafiv legiafivlife legiafIvtlife aflv6 aflv6life
life insurance investigation has been re retained retained retamed ¬
tained by District Attorney Jerome to toassist toassist toassist
assist him in the preparation of the thecases thecases thecases
cases against the life insurance company companyofficials companyofficials companyofficials
officials whom it is said the district at attorney attorney attorney ¬
torney will wilJ prosecute Mr Fleming also alsowas alsowas alsowas
was associated with Mr Hughes in the theStevens theStevens theStevens
Stevens committee gas inquiry It is said saidMr saIdMr saidMr
Mr Fleming will enter uponthe upon the work workthis workthIs workthis
this week
I
OGDEN NEWS NEWSOffice
Office 2484 Washington Avenue AvenueOstden AvenueOden
Ostden Monday Feb 12
CRITICISM OF THE THEJUVENILE THEJUVENILE
JUVENILE COURT COURTRecent
1
Recent Cases in Which the Judge Is IsThought IsThought i iThought
Thought to Have Made a aMistake aS I
S Mistake MistakeCASE MistakeJ MistakeCASE NistakeCASE
J
CASE OF MARY DAVIDSON DAVIDSONBOY DAVIDSONBOY
BOY OF OJ 18 YEARS SENT TO THE THEROCK TH THEROCK E EJ
J
ROCK PILE PILEThe PI PILEThe LE LEThe
The criticism of the juvenHe courts au authority authority authorlty ¬
thority in sending girls and boys to the thestate thestate thestate
state industrial schools and to the city cityjail cityjail cityjail
jail has resulted in quite a stir in Og Qgden Ogden Ogden
den and some good is expected to ma materialize materialIze materlauze ¬
terialize as as a result resultA
A few days ago Judge A B Patten Pattenof
or of the juvenile court committeed 16year 16yearold 16yearold 16yearold
old Mary Davidson to the industrial industrialschool industrialschool industrialschool
school for no other oth r reason re son than that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she was homeless and friendless At
the time Judge Patten claimed that the theCrlttenden
Crittenden home was full and could not notreceive notreceive notreceive
receive the girl Slpce that time an in investigation investigation Investigation ¬
vestigation has shown that such a con condition ¬
dition did not exist and that irrespec
tive of how well filled the home might mightbe
be that there th re is always room for still stillanother stillanother stillanother
another girl just as was intended when whenthe whenthe
the home was founded foundedIn
In the case of Miss Davidson it Itap ap ¬
pears that the girl on account of the theneglect theneglect theneglect
neglect of her mother was permitted to toroam toroam toroam
roam the streets at will It was not notclaimed notclaimed notclaimed
claimed that the girl was badbut bad but that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she was merely unfortunate From this thisIt thisit thisIt
It would appear that the Crittenden home homewas homewas homewas
was the proper place for her but she shewas ahewas shewas
was sent to the industrial school In a astatement astatement astatement
statement to The Herald yesterday Judge JudgePatten JudgePatten JudgePatten
Patten says saysThe saysliThe saysThe
The little girl Mary Davidson whom whomI
I sent to the state industrial school had hadcommitted hadcOp1mltted hadcopimitted
committed no infraction of the law and andwas ands andajs
was s simply homeless and friendless First Firstlet Firstlet Firstlet
let me say that I do not regard the In ¬
dustrial school as a place of punishment punishmentIt
It Is simply a home and an excellent excellentone
one too tooThe tooThe tooThe
The probation officer telephoned me on onthe onthe onthe
the afternoon of Jan 30 that the girl
had been to the court room and asked
for protection I telephoned to the Crit Crittenden ¬
tenden homo and asked if they could
take her I got the answer from the
home homeWe
We have no room roomItrjed roomI
Itrjed I tried to get her into private homes homesand homesand homesand
and finally Mrs A A Richter said
III I will take her for a short time
I took the girl to Mrs Richter On
the next day I learned that the girl is isone Isone isone
one that we had been trying to do some something something something ¬
thing for I saw nothing else to d9 but butto butto butto
to send her to the industrial school tem temporarily temporarIly ternporarily ¬
porarily There are reasons that should shouldnot shouldnot shouldnot
not be made public why she ought to be bewhere bewhere bewhere
where there is authority
Mrs Anna Adams the matron of the
home homes was interviewed yesterday regard ¬
ing the the statement made by the Juvenile Juvenilejudge juvenilejudge Juvenilejudge
judge and stated that there must m st have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been some mistake that they always alwaysmade aIwa alwaysmade s smade
made room for the girls and that the thegirl thegirl thegirl
girl would still be received at the home homeif
if it were so desired She said that even evenwhen evenwhen evenwhen
when the home was what would be betermed betermed betermed
termed full of occupants that they would wouldmake wouldmake woUldmake
make some arrangements whereby tlie tliegirl tliegirl thegirl
girl could be received and properly taken takencare takencare takencare
care pf pfThis 0 of ofThis f fThis
This is a home for girls said the thematron thematron thematron
matron and we always try ry to make Itas It Itas itas
as pleasant as possible for those who whocome whocome whocome
come here hereIt hereIt hereIt
It will be seen from this statement that thatsome thatsome thatsome
some one has erred In the matter of Miss MissDavidson liissDaviiIson MissDaviflson
Davidson and the indications are ar that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the error error will be corrected without much muchdelav muchdelav muchdelay
delav delavIn delavIn S SIn
In commenting upon his having sent sentan sontan sentan
an ISyearold boy to the city jail where wherehe wherehe wherehe
he would be forced to work on the rock rockpile rockpile rockpile
pile with the regular prisoners Judge JudgePntton JudgePatton JudgePatton
Patton said saidYes saIdYes saidS
S Yes I sent an 18yearold boy to serve serveten serveten serveten
ten days on the rock pile He is r much muchabove muchabove muchabove
above the average size of men In the thestate thestate thestate
state served a term of two years In Inthe Inthe inthe
the industrial school and Is very tough toughmore toughmore toughmore
more than that I think beyond hope hopeIn hopeIn hopeIn
In my m opinion It would be of no bene benefit benefit benefit ¬
fit to him to have sent him back to the theschool theschool theschool
school and it would be very detrimental detrimentalto
to the other tbO boys S Perhaps I was wrong
I do not claim cIa m to be infallible I simply simplyacted simplyacted simplyacted
acted in both cases as my best judgment judgmentindicated judgmentIndicated judgmentindicated
indicated
CALLED CALLEDHOME CALLEDHOMELittle HOME HOMELittle HOMELittle
Little Daughter of Mr and Mrs R RL RL RS
S L vtfattis Watt s Passes Away AwayMildred AwayMildred AwayMildred
Mildred the 2yearold daughter of Mr Mrand llrand Mrand
and Mrs R L Wattis of Ogden died at atOrovi atOrovil1e atOrovile
Orovi Orovil1e e Cal on Saturday after a pro prolonger prolonger prolonger
longer attack of malarial fever Mr MrWattis lfrVattis MrWattis
Wattis has been at Oroville for some time timein timein timein
in connection with the building of the theWestern theVestern theWestern
Western Pacific line at that point and andhis andhis andhis
his family Joined him there shortly aft after after af t ter ¬
er he took bharge of the work at that thatcamp thatcamp thatcamp
camp Every effort was made to save savethe savethe savethe
the little ones life without avail Three Threephysicians ThreephysicIans Threephysicians
physicians and a trained nurse from San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco did all in their power to pre prevent prevent prevent ¬
vent her passing away The funeral funeralservices funeralservIces funeralservices
services were held at Oroville yesterday yesterdaywhere yesterdaywhere yesterdaywhere
where Interment took placeSunday place placeSunday placeSunday
Sunday School Union UnionThe Unionrhe UnionThe
The thirtyone superintendents in at attendance attendance attendance ¬
tendance at the regular union Sunday Sundayschool Sundayschool Sundayschool
school meetings held yesterday formed formedthemselves formedthemselves formedthemselves
themselves into a body and held what whatthey whatthey whatthey
they termed a model Sunday school This Thiswas ThIswas Thiswas
was done for the purpose of demon demonstrating demonstrating demonstrating ¬
strating that the entire exercises planned plannedby
by the stake hoard could be given within withinthe wIthinthe withinthe
the prescribed two hours Some objec objections objections objections ¬
tions have been raised to the exercises exerciseson
on account of their consuming too much muchtime muchtime muchtime
time Yesterdays demonstration was wasentirely wasentirely wasentirely
entirely successful After the general as assembly assembly assembly ¬
sembly the different departments took uptheir up uptheir uptheir
their class work and developed the les lessons lessons leaSons ¬
sons for the coming month monthCase monthCase monthCase
Case of Insanity InsanityIt
It is now believed that Joseph Schmidt Schmidtwho Schmidtwho Schmidtwho
who attempted to end his life several days daysago daysago daysago
ago on the mountain side east of Og Ogden Ogden Ogden ¬
den was prompted to commit the deed deedby deedby deedby
by a temporary attack of insanity insanitySince insanitySince insanitySince
Since Schmidt has been be n confined In the theOgden theOgden
Ogden General hospital 1 he has been ir irrational nrational itrational ¬
rational the greater portion of the time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The methods employed and the place placechosen placechosen placechosen
chosen for the deed tend to strengthen strengthenthis
this belief beliefj
j Both Locked Up UpA UpA UpA
A Barber named C Johnson and a cook cooknamed cooknamed cooknamed
named Thomas Shannon had an alter altercation altercation altercation
cation over the formers refusal to pay payfor paytor payfor
for a meal which he ordered in the lunch lunchcar lunchcar lunchcar
car of H D McArdle last evening The Themen Themen Themen
men finally came to blows breaking breakingseveral brealdngseveral breakingseveral
several window glasses In the melee The Theresult Theresult Theresult
result was that both men were locked up upin upin upin
in the police station on charges of dis disturbing disturbing disturbing ¬
turbing the peace peaceFoundation peaceFoundation peaceFoundation
Foundation Finished FinishedThe FinishedThe FinishedThe
The foundation for the new extensien extensiento
to the Harriman shops In Ogden has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been completed c compl mpl ted and work will be b com commenced commenced cornmenced ¬
menced on the structure as soon as the thematerials thematerials thematerials
materials arrive The ground where the thenew thenew thenew
new power plant will nl be located has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been cleared and it is expected that the thework theork thework
work ork of v excavation exc vatlon will be lot started startedshortly startedshor starte1shortlZ
shortly shor S
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FIGHT FOR FORPOSTOFFICE FORPOSTOFFICEJudge POSTOFFICE POSTOFFICEJudge POSTOFFICEJudge
Judge John D Murphy Said toBe toBea to B Ba Be Bea
a Strong Candidate CandidateWho
Who ho will be the next postmaster of ofOgrden ofOgden ofOgden
Ogden 1 Is the guestion that is being beingdiscussed beIngdiscussed beingdiscussed
discussed by the local politicians The Thesituation ThesItuation Thesituation
situation is a decidedly complex one but butit butit butit
it now looks as If Municipal Judge John JohnD JohnD JohnD
D Murphy would have the call for the theplace theI theplace
place placeNever I placeNever > lace laceNever
Never before has there been such a asplit asplit asplit
split in the local Republican ranks and andnever andnever andnever
never before has there been such a long
list of candidates for the place or Ofcourse orcourse Orcourse
course there are a number of candidates candidateswho candidateswho candidateswho
who would be willing to see anyone ap apointed
Inted except William Glasmann the thermer thermer thermer
rmer mayor of Ogden At the pres present present present ¬
ent time however Mr Glasmann is do doing doing doing ¬
ing a lot of hard work in an effort eff rt to toland toland toland
land the plum and it is evident that he hethinks hethinlts hethinks
thinks that he can succeed over any can candidate candidate candidate ¬
didate that the opposition might put up
On the other hand the whole batch of ofcandidates ofcandidates ofcandidates
candidates are uneasy over the fight that thatIs thatis thatis
Is being put up in favor of Judge Mur Murphy Murphy Murphy ¬
phy and admit that he Is a decidedly decidedlyformidable decIdedlyformIdable decidedlyformidable
formidable candidate His appointment appointmentto
to the position would perhaps leave less lessbad lessbad lessbad
bad feeling among the other candidates candidatesand
and the people in general than the nam naming naming naming ¬
ing of any other candidate for the place placeIt
It would appear that from this time on onthe onth onthe
the th fight for the place will be between betweenMr betweenMr betweenMi
Mr Murphy and Mr Glasmann GlasmannBurglar GlasmannBurglar GlasmanuBurglar
Burglar Gets Busy BusyEarly BusyEarly BusyEarly
Early last evening while the occupants occupantswere
were at church thieves forced an en entrance 6ntrance entrance ¬
trance into the residence of M J Mark
2254 Adamg Adam avenue They secured 950In 950In 950 950in
in cash and two gold rings Entrance Entrancewas
was gained by smashing In a glass door doorFrom doorFrom doorFrom
From the fact that nothing else eI e in the thehouse thehQuse thehQuse
hQuse save the articles mentioned was wasdisturbed wasdisturbed wasdisturbed
disturbed It is believed b Ileved that the theft theftwas theftwas theftwas
was committed by some s me person or per persons persons perSons ¬
sons acquainted acqu lnied with the interior of o the thehouse thehouse thehouse
house and the habits h bits of the family famn The Thematter Thematter Thematter
matter was w s reported to the police but butno butno butno
no clue lue to the burglar could be found foundWork foundWork foundWork
Work of Sneak Thief Thiefstreets ThiefSome ThiefSome
Some time Saturday evcning4fhen evening rhen the thestreets thestreets
streets in the business sectlo of the thecity thecity thecity
city were thrpnged with pedestrians a asneak asneak asneak
sneak thief stoleabout st l bout six pairs of shoes shoesfront shoesand shoesand
and as many p piis ts of lubbers from in infront infront
front of the store of Reese Howell HowellSons HowellSo HowellSons
Sons So s on Washington avenue The shoes shoesand shoesand shoesand
and rubbers were w re being be ng displayed dJspl yed and andthe andthe andthe
the theft was not discovered until late latein lateIn lateIn
in the evening when they were checked checkedup
up as being missing The case was re reported reported reported ¬
ported to the police but no clue to the thethieves thethieves thethieves
thieves has as yet been obtained obtainedAn obtainedAn obtainedAn
An Observation Trip TripS
S E Schlageter president of the Og Ogden Ogden Ogden ¬
den Packing Provision company felt feftyesterday feltyesterday eftyesterday
yesterday for the Pacific coast where wherehe wherehe wherehe
he will visit several of the large pack packing packing packIng ¬
ing houses with a view of acquainting acquaintinghimself acquaintinghimself acquaintinghimself
himself with the methods employed in inconducting inconducting inconducting
conducting their business Later these thesemethods thesemethods thesemethods
methods will be put In operation in the thenew thenew thenew
new packing plant which will be erect erected erected erected ¬
ed by the Ogden company here within withina
a short time timeSCRTSOCIT1S1
t t tSCR
SCR SCRTSOCIT1S1 SCRTSOCIT1S1M T SOCI TlfS TlfSMaccabees
Maccabees MaccabeesA M accabeesA
A card party and social will be given givenby givenby givenby
by Banner Hive II I Ladles Ladies > of the Mac Maccabees Maccabees Maccabees ¬
cabees Thursday afternoon of this week weekThe weekThe weekThe
The affair will be held in Maccabees Maccabeeshall
hall hallFor For the benefit of members who find findit findit findIt
it inconvenient to attend meetings me tings of the theorder theord theorder
order ord r in the evening the record keeper keeperof
of Hive No No4 4 L O T M will be in inher inher inher
her office In the I O O F building the thesecond thesecond thesecond
second and fourth Wednesday in each eachmonth eachmonth eachmonth
month monthi monthSalt monthSalt
i Salt Lake City Tent No No2 2 2 held its regu regular regular regular ¬
lar review on Thursday last la and trans transactor transacter transacter ¬
acter regular business Thursday next nextFeb nextFeb nextFeb
Feb 15 election and installation of of officers officers offlcerz ¬
ficers will take place under special dis dispensation dispensation dispersation ¬
pensation from the supreme tent tentUtonian tentUtonian tentTitonian
Utonian Tent Tent No 12 held review last lastWednesday lastVtednesday lastWednesday
Wednesday evening The next meeting meetingwill meetingwill meetingwill
will be held Wednesday night nightI
I O O F FOquirrh FOquirrh FOquirrh
Oquirrh encampment will hold its regu regular regular regular ¬
lar session tonight tonightGolden tonightGolden tonightGolden
Golden Rule encampment No No2 2 had an anactive anactive anactive
active session last Tuesday giving the thework thework thework
work to several candidates can dJ dates It is ex expected expected expected ¬
pected that others will be ready for f r its itsnext itsnext itsnext
next meeting meetingSalt meetingSalt meetingSalt
Salt Lake lodge No No2 2 had a business businesssession businesssession businesssession
session last Friday night As candidates candidatesdid candidatesilld
did not present themselves the degree degreestaff degreestaff degreestaff
staff practiced the work in the first de degree degree degree ¬
gree One committees reported on an ap applicant appUcant appilcant ¬
plicant Two other applications were re received received received ¬
ceived and referred to appropriate com committees commltteps cornmlttePS ¬
mltteps mitteesCanton mlttepsCanton mlttePSCanton
Canton Colfax lodge No No1 1 Patriarchs PatriarchsMilitant PatriarchsMilitant PatriarchsMilitant
Militant will hold a regular cantonment cantonmenttomorrow cantonmenttomorrow cantonmenttomorrow
tomorrow night A change In the meet meetIng meeting meetlug
Ing night will be considered consideredG
G A R RAt RAt RA
At A the last regular meeting of James JamesB
B McKean post G A R held Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day evening a committee of five was wasj wasappointed wasappointed
j appointed to act in conjunction with withcommittees withcommittees withcomnilttees
committees from the other Grand Army Armyposts Armyposts Armyposts
posts and the corps of the W R C in inthis Inthis inthis
this city ci Y in arranging the details of the thedepartment thedepartment thedepartment
department encampment to be held in inSalt inSalt inSalt
Salt Lake during May Two applica applications applications apphicatioris ¬
tions for membership were acted upon uponfavorably uponfavorably uponfavorably
favorably General orders from national nationalheadquarters nationalheadquarters nationalheadquarters
headquarters making changes in the themanner themanner themanner
manner of enrolling dropped and sus suspended suspended suspended ¬
pended members were read to the com comrades comrades cornrades ¬
rades Under the new orders the sys system system systern ¬
tem is much mu h simplified simplifiedFraternal 5imDllfiedFraternal simplifiedFraternal
S
Fraternal Brotherhood BrotherhoodThere BrotherhoodThere BrotherhoodThere
There was a large attendance of mem members members mcmhers ¬
bers at the regular meeting of Utah Utahlodge Utahlodge Utahlodge
lodge No 365 65 of the Fraternal Brother Brotherhood Brotherh BrotherhOod ¬
hood h od on last Friday evening After the theregular theregular theregular
regular business session there was dan dancing dancing dancing ¬
cing Arrangements were made for a val valentine valentine valentine ¬
entine party to be given next Thursday Thursdayevenine Thursdaycvenintr Thursdayevening
evening evenineAt eveningAt
At the next regular meeting of the theFraternal theFraternal theFraternal
Fraternal Brotherhood to be held Feb
20 the matter of a anew new hall and mevet meveting m mebtIng t ting
ing place for the order will be taken takenup takenup takenup
up and settled Two new members will willalso wlllalso willalso
also be initiated at that at time timeFraternal timeFraternal timeFraternal
Fraternal Union of America AmericaAt
At the th regular meeting of Evergreen Evergreenlodge Evergreenlodge Evergreenlodge
lodge No 151 Fraternal Union of Ameri America Amenca ¬
ca held last night five neiy new members memberswere memberswere memberswere
were initiated The ceremonies attend attendant attendant attendant ¬
ant on the initiation were carried out outby outby outby
by teams of degree workers workersMuch workersMuch workersMuch
Much interest is being manifested in inthe Inthe inthe
the contest for the Champion Rustler Rustlerbadge Rustlerbadge Rustlerbadge
badge to be given by the lodge to the theperson theperson theperson
person getting the largest number of new newmembers newmembers newmembers
members for the order The contest was wasbegun wasbegun wasbegun
begun last month and will continue for forsome forsome forsome
some time to come comeOrder comeOrder comeOrder
Order of Washington WashingtonG
G w V Mitchell has been selected to torepresent torepresent torepresent
represent the Order of Washington Pio Pioneer Pioneer PlonCer ¬
neer neer union at the session of the su supreme supreme anpreme ¬
preme union to be held in Portland Ore Orenext Orenext Orene1
next September Elections will be held heldby heldby heldby
by the subordinate unions of the order orderMarch orderMarch orderMarch
March 1 at which time delegates will willbe wlIlbe willbe
be selected to represent them at the thecoming theco thecoming
coming co ng session of the supreme unions unionsWomans unionsW UnionsWOmans
Womans W mans Relief Corps CorpsThe CorpsThe CorpsThe
The women of McKean corps W R RC RC ItC
C will hold their regular meeting at
20 Wednesday afternoon Feb 14 in the theL theI
L I O O F hall hallMembers hallMembers hallS
S Members of George R Maxwell corps corpsW corpsW corpsw
W R C will give a valentine party partyat
S at the home of Mrs Hifty 1042 South SouthWest SouthWest SouthS SouthWest
West Temple street t Wednesday after afternoon afternoo afternoon ¬
S
noon noo S
TIRED Of LIfE LIfEAWfUL LIFEAVIFULSUFFERING
AWfUL AVIFULSUFFERING AVIFULSUFFERINGFrom SUffERING SUffERINGFrom
From Dreadful Pains From Wound Woundon
on Foot FootSystem System All Run Down DownAfter DownAfter DownAfter
After Six Months Agony AgonyNot AgonyNotAbleto Not NotAble NotAble
Able Ableto to Work WorkCompletely Completely Cured Curedin
in Two Weeks WeeksMIRACULOUS WeeksMIRACULOUS WeeksS WeeksMIRACULOUS S
MIRACULOUS CURE BY BYCUTICURA BYCUTICURA BYCU1ICURAREMEDIES
CUTICURA CU1ICURAREMEDIES CU1ICURAREMEDIESWords REMEDIES REMEDIESWords
Words cannot speak highly enough enoughfor
for the Cuticura Remedies I am now noweeventytwo nowseventytwo nowseventytwo
seventytwo years of age My system systems systemhad
s S had been all run runS rund runblood
S 1 k down My ry blood bloodwas bloodtfr bloodi
tfr was so bad d that thatblood thatblood
i blood poisoning poisoningattending poisoningseveraldoctors
i had set in I had hadoi1
oi1
sever severaldoctors l doctors doctorsattending
5 5 attending me so sofinally 80finally soJ
J finally T went to toI tothe toS
S the hospi hospiai where whereI
I was laid up for fortwo fortwo fortwo
two months My Myfoot Myfoot MyS
S foot and ankle auklewere auklewereS were weref werealmost
f S almost beyond beyondS beyondrecognition
S recognition Dark Darkblood DarkbJoodfiowed Darkblood
blood bJoodfiowed flowed out of wounds in many manyclaces m manyDlaces ny nyul
claces ul ces and I was so disheartened that thatI
1 I thought surely my last chance was wasolowly was810wly wasslowly
slowly leaving me As the foot did didnot didnot didnot
not improve you can readily imagine imaginehow imaginehow imaginehow
how I felt I was waswhich simply disgusted disgustedand
and tired of life I stood tl tiis s pain painwhich painwhich
which was dreadful for six si months monthsand monthsand monthsand
and during this time I was not able to towear towear towear
wear a shoe and not able to work workSome workSome workSome
Some one spoke to me about Cuti Cuticura Cuticurs Cuticurs ¬
curs The consequences were I bought boughtA
A set of the Cuticura Remedies of ofone ofone ofone
one of my friends who was a drug drugast drugst
ast st and the praise that I gave after afterthe afterthe
the second application is beyond beyonddescription beyonddescription beyonddescription
description it seemed a miracle miraclefor miraclefor miraclefor
for the Cuticura Remedies took tookeffect tookeffect tookeffect
effect immediately I washed the foot footwith footwith footwith
with the Cuticura Soap before applying
the Ointment and I took the Resolvent Resolventat
at thesame thes e time After two twoweeks weeks treat treatment treament treatmeat ¬
ment my foot was healed completely
People who had seen my foot during my
illness and who have seen it since the thecure thecure thecure
cure can hardly believe their own eyes eyesRobert eyesRobert eyesRobert
Robert Schoenhauer SchoenhauerAug SchoenhauerAug SchoenbauerAug
Aug 211905 21 1905 Newburgh N NY NYSold Y YSold YBold
Sold throughout the world or1d Cntieara CntieunLSeap Soap 25o Olnl OlnlS
Went S > t Sc SOc KesolTentiOcin Re Reohent olTeDt roc in form of Chocolate Cnocolatc Coated CoatedFIRSTCLASS ate4
PUb i in 1Dc pu er Tia1 i1 of 00 may niy be had 01 f aU druggist druggistFIRSTCLASS w
Jottu Drug Ie Chtm Corp B le Pro oston 31iiI
he arttSkm n nFIRSTCLASS
FIRSTCLASS SECONDHAND SECONDHANDHOUSEHOLD SECONDHANDHOUSEHOLD SECONDHANDHOUSEHOLD
HOUSEHOLD GOODS also New NewPianos NewPianos NewPianos
Pianos Cash Trade or Terms TermsRedmanJensen TermsRedmanJensen TermsRedmanJensen
RedmanJensen Furn Co
113 SOUTH WEST TEMPLE TEMPLEBoth TE TEMPLEBoth IPLE IPLEBoth
Both phones 555 555NEVER 555NEVER 555i 555NEVER
i
NEVER BEFORE BEFOREWere
Were WATCHES offered at these theseprices thesevrices theseprices
prices pricesLadies vricesLadies pricesLadies
Ladies 7 jewel Walthams and andElgins andElgfns andElgins
Elgins 20 year guaranteed case
1250 1250Gents 1250Gents 1250Gents
Gents thin model 7 and 15 jew jewels jewels jewels
els 750 Jo 2000NEW 2000NEW 2000 2000NEW
NEW AND UPTODATE STOCK STOCKCarter STOCKCarter STOCKCarter
Carter jewelry Co
324 MAIN ST STSIGN STSIGN STSIGN
SIGN OF THE BIG WATCH WATCHAlways WATCHn WATCHClaylon
n i iClayton
Clayton Music Co CoLeading Co1Leading
Leading Music Dealers
1 091113 So Main St StSALT StSALT
SALT LAKE CITY CITYlways CITYrAiwayc
rAiwayc Always Remember r the Full Name NameCures HarneLaxative NameI
Laxative I axative Bromo romo Quinine QuinineCures 0uiniueCuresaColdiflOneDaYGlP
Cures CuresaColdiflOneDaYGlP a Cold in One Day Cnp G in 2 Days Daysonevery Daysi2
i2 J onevery oneveryAssessment on every everyc9
< c9 8 1zPL11 boi boiAssessment =
Assessment No No4 No4BUTLERLIBERAL 4 4BUTLERLIBERAL 4BUTLERLIBERAL
BUTLERLIBERAL CONSOLIDATED CONSOLIDATEDMining CONSOLIDATEDMiring CONSOLIDATEDMiring
Miring company Principal place of bus business busne8S busfleas ¬
ness 305305 30 3QS Auerbach building Salt Lake LakeCity LaJeeCity LakeCity
City Utah Iocation of mines Bing Bingham Bingham Bingham
ham Utah UtahNotice UthNotice IJt2JLNotice
Notice is hereby given that at a meet meetIng me meeting t ting
Ing of the board of directors of Butler ButlerLiberal ButlerIJlberal ButlerLiberal
Liberal Consolidated Mining company companyheld companyheld companyheld
held on the 29th day of January 1906 io ioseasment as assessment assessment ¬
sessment No 4 1 of two 2 cents per snare saarewas Sllarewas snarewas
was levied upon upon the capital stock of the thecorporation t11ecorporatian thecorporation
corporation is3ued and outstanding pay payable payable payable ¬
able Immediately to F M Orem secre secretary secrettry secretary ¬
tary at the companys offices 30530 30530Auerbach 30530SAuerbach 3o53ouerbachi
Auerbach building Salt Lake City Utah UtahAny UtahAny UtahAny
Any stock upon which this assessment assessmentmay agsessmemmay assessmentmay
may remain unpaid on Saturday the 3rd 3rdday 2rdday rd rdday
day of March 1906 will be delinquent delinquentand delinquentandadvertis dehinquentandadverthSdd and andadvertised
advertised d for or sale at public auction and andunless andunless indunless
unless payment Is made before will be besold besold besold
sold on Wednesday the 21st day of ofMarch otMarch ofMarch
March 1306 at 1 oclock p m at the thecompanys thecompanys thecomPaflYS
companys office to pay the delinquent delinquentassessment delinquentassessment delinquentassessment
assessment thereon together with ith the thecosts thecosts thecosts
costs of advertising ana an ana expenses of sale saleF saleF saleF
F M OREM Secretary SecretaryS05308
S05308 Auerbach Building Salt Lake City CityUtah CItyUtah CityUtah
Utah UtahFirst UtahFirst Utahrlrst
First publication Jan 30 190S
A
ESTAeLsH 3BU K O j864 j864ONEPRtCErOACL 1864ONPRiCETOAtt
ONEPRtCErOACL i NEVE E EB UNDfRSOL
Special Sales for forFrom forThisMor forThis
ThisMor This Morning MorningFroni ing ingFrom
From 9 to 12 oclock only Enough Enoughto
to last for 3 hours but no more
I
1200 YARDS IMPORTED IMPORTEDIn IMPORTEDWhite IMPORTEDWhite
White Dot Dotted Potted
ted Swiss SwissIn
In the popular pin dots The most mostwanted mostwanted mostwanted
wanted white waist and dress dressfabric dressfabric dressfabric
fabric for the season Regular Regularprice Regularprice40c Regularprice
price price40c 40c for 3 hours Monday Mondayfrom Mondayfrom Mondayfrom
from 9 to 12 oclock oclockat ft ftat
I
19 9r
at a yard yr
12 yards to a a customer customerHOSIERY customerHOSIERY customerHOS
HOSIERY HOSIERYI HOS IERY
I SALE
90 dozen childrens fast Black hea heavy heavy heavy ¬
vy fleeced ribbed cotton Hose all allsizes allsizes allsizes
sizes in the best 20c grade on onsale onsale onsale
sale Monday 9 to 12 12oclock 12oclock 12oclock
oclock at a pair pairMONDAY pairMONDAY to to totO
tO tOltO
MONDAY ltO AY MORNING MORNINGFrom MORNINGFrom MORNINGFrom
From 9 to 12 oclock oclockAnother oclockAnother oclockAnother
Another Sale of ofAn ofBrussels ofBrussels
Brussels Net Lace LaceDoor raceDoor
Door ranels ranelsf ranelsAn f
An even 300 Real Renaissance RenaissanceLace RenaissanqeLace < je jeLace
Lace Door Panels Panelssize size 32xj 32xjthat 32x1lthat 32x44 32x44that
that you could not possibly buy buyfor b y yfor yfor
for less than 100 and most of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them 125 from 9 to 12 Monday Mondayone
one to t a customer at ateach
29
each h
Special Sales for for3rom forThis
This Aft9rnoon Aft9rnoonroia oon
3rom roia 2 to 5 oclock only Enough Enoughto
to last for 3 hours but no more moreTo morerhcnomel1al morehenomenI
rhcnomel1al Wash WashGoods WashOootls
Goods Selli ng ngTo I ITo
To awaken wash goods buyers of ofSalt ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake we have selected one oneof oneof oneof
of the best numbers of our mam mammoth mammoth mainmoth ¬
moth Wash Goods stock and andoffer andoffer andoffer
offer them at a price that will willsurprise willsurprise f fsurprise
surprise our patrons S
25 PIECES SILK FINISHED FINISHEDPOPLINETTBS FINISHEDPOPLINETTES FINISHEDPOPLINETTES
POPLINETTES in solid colors colorsone colorsone colorsone
one of the leading fabrics for forspring fotspring forspring
spring value 35c from 2 to 5 5Monday 5Monday 5S 51Xonday
S Monday afternoon 12 yards to a acustomer acustomer acustomer
customer customerat 18
at a yard yardThe > Y YThe r rThe
The early comer gets the best se selection selection Selection ¬
lection of colors in a sale like likethis likethis likethis
this Take the hint hintTOILET hIntTO hintTOILET
TOILET TOILETSALE TO TOILETSOAP I LET LETSOAP
SOAP SOAPSALE
SALE EXTRAORDINARY EXTRAORDINARYAUBRBACHS EXTRAORDINARYAUERBACHS EXTRAORDINARYAUERBACHS
AUERBACHS SPECIAL SPECIALA
A fine Toilet Soap in large oval ovalbars ovalIbars ovalbars
bars your choice of Glycerine GlycerineHoney GlycerineHoney GlycerineHoney
Honey or Oatmeal Soaps a asoap as a asoap
soap s soap ap thats equal to the best soaps soapsoffered soapsoffered soapsoffered
offered at 25c a box of 3 barsS barswill bars barswill barswUl
S will be sold to introduce this new newsoap newsoap newS newsoap
S soap to the Salt S lt Lake public publicaionday publicMonday publicMonday
Monday 2 to 5 oclock oclockat IOIf IOIfat
Tft Tftat
at a box tbo tboMONDAY iuy iuyMONDAY
MONDAY 4FT iPT1IRNOON iPT1IRNOONfrom AFTERNOON AFTERNOONfrom RNOON RNOONfrom
from 2 to 5 oclock oclockA
A Curtain Bargain that will pack packthe packthe packthe
the store from noon till ti l closing closingtime closingtime closingtime
time
500 PAIRS PAIRSRUFFLED PAIRSRUFFLED PAIRSRUFFLED
RUFFLED WHITE SWISS SWISSRegular SWISSSash SWISSSah
Sash Cur Curtains Curtains
tains tainsRegular
Regular price 75c Monday 2 2 pairs pairsto airs airst
to a customer t at a apair frf frfpair
29ft
pair 29 9r
lliITE iI Extra Special SpecialWen SpecialovEFITTING
AT 9 A 31 TODAY
ovEFITTING i
5 NDfiSfflRT 1 Wen place on sale 200 Ladies LadiesHeavy LadiesIi
Ii I I Heavy Mercerized MercerizedSateenPet Mercerizeda
a
a SateenPet Sateen Pct PctiJ
iJ f
I II Iii
tic oats
I
ii If 7 Finished with three 2inch ruffles ruffiesour rufflesf
f f I t t I our Elite make worth worthI 8n
I I I 175 at each eachATL 9 r rOnly
ATL ij
5 S SL Only one to each customer customerDEIf1 S
DEIf1
Delinquent Notice NoticeTHE NotIceTHE NoticeTHE
THE SOUTH COLUMBUS MINING MININGcompany MININGcompany MININGcompany
company Location of principal place of ofbusiness ofbusiness ofbusiness
business room 37 1 Commercial block Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Utah UtahNotice UtahNoUceThere UtahNoticeThere
Notice NoUceThere There are delinquent upon the thefollowing thefollowing timfollowing
following described stock on account of ofassessment ofassessment ofassessment
assessment No 11 levied on the 3rd day dayof dayef dayof
of January A A D 1906 the several severalamounts severalamounts severalamounts
amounts set opposite the names of the therespective therespectiveshareholders therespective
respective respectiveshareholders shareholders as follows followsNo followsNo followsNo
No NoCer NoCer NoCer
Cer Name No Shares Amt
45 Stewart Reid 1020 1020 1020S3 10 l
S3 J B Reid 172 172 1 72
122 A O Jacobson 100 100
123 A O Jacobson Ja obson 100 1 100 00 00li5
125 A O Jacobson 100 00 100 10012G 1 00
126 A O Jacobson 100 100 1 oo ooi27
127 A O Jacobson 100 100 1 00
142 Thomas OConnor 500 500
255 251 Mrs Anna McCreery 1500 > 15 00 COt67
t67 67 R E Miller 2040 2040 204025S 20 40
258 E E Scribner 1000 1000 10 00
264 Wm Hammond 2000 2000 o 00
272 L R Killings Killingsworth worth 150 1 50 502i8
278 M Hesse 2236 236 22 2 30 3G2S1
281 R T Burton 3rd 30 30
282 82 R T Burton 500 SCO 5 CO
284 S L Lawton 1000 1000 10 i
285 S L Lawtbn 1000 1000 1000and 1000and 1060and
and in accordance With the law and an anorder anorder anorder
order of the board of directors made on onthe onthe onthe
the 3rd day d y of January Jan Jar A D 1906 so somany somany o omany
many sharfs of each parcel of stock as asmay asmay asmay
may be necessary I will be sold at the of office office offlee ¬
fice of the South Columbus Mining com company company cornpany ¬
pany room 37 Commercial block Salt SaltLake SaltLak SaltLake
Lake City Salt Lake county Utah on onSaturday onSaturday onSaturday
Saturday the 24th day of February A D D39C6 DJlC6 D39C6
39C6 at the hour of 9 oclock a am m to pay paythe paythe paythe
the delinquent assessment thereon to together together together ¬
gether with the cost of advertising and andthe andthe andthe
the expense of sale saleARTHUR saleARTHUR saleARTHUR
ARTHUR E SNOW Secretary SecretaryOf
Of the Columbus Mining company Loca Location Location Location ¬
tion of office room 37 Commercial CommercialBlock CommercialBlock CommercialBlock
Block Salt Lake City Utah
Notice of Assessment AssessmentJEFFERSON AssessmentJEFFERSO AssessmentjFFEESON
JEFFERSON MpNTANA MONTANA COPPER COPPERMines COPPERMines COPPERMines
Mines company Principal place of busi business business business ¬
ness Salt Lake City Utah Location of ofmines ofmines ofmines
mines Jefferson county rontana As Assessment Assessment Asseasment ¬
sessment No 1 INotice Notice is hereby he by given giventhat giventhat giventhat
that at a meeting of the board of di directors dfrectors directors ¬
rectors of the above named company companyheld companyheld companyheld
held on the 13th day of January Janu ry ISO ISOassessment 1900assessment ieiassessment
assessment No 1 1 of six six mills per share sharewas shar sharWaH sharewas
was levied upon all of the outstanding outstandingcapital outstandingcapital outstandingcapital
capital stock of the corporation payable payableImmediately payableImmediately payableimmediately
Immediately to C H Post secretary at atthe atthe atthe
the office of the company room 312 si Auer Auerbach AUerbach Auerbach
bach building being the office of Steph Stephens Stephens Stephens ¬
ens Smith Salt S lt Lake City Utah Any Anystock Anystock A Astock
stock upon which this assessment may mayremain mayrenain mayremain
remain unpaid upon the 17th day of Feb February February February ¬
ruary 1906 shall sha l be delinquent and the thestock thostock thestock
stock upon which such assessment re remains remains remains ¬
mains unpaid will be advertled for sale saleat saleat saleat
at public auction and unless payment is ismade Ismade s smade
made before will be sold on Tuesday Tuesdaythe
the 6th day of March 1906 at12 oclock oclocknoon oclock oclocknoon oclocknoon
noon at the office of the company as aaabove asabove asabove
above described to pay the delinquent delinquentassessment delinquentassessment dehinqu dehinquassessmeiit
assessment together with costs of ad advertising advertising advertising
vertising and expenses eJ jenses of sale saleC salee saleC
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Notice NoticeTHE NoticeTHE NoticeTHE
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCK STOCKholders STOC STOCholders STOClholders
holders of the DalyWest Mining com company compmy cornpsny ¬
pany pmy a corporation of Colorado for the thaelection theelection tb tbelection
election of directors and the transaction transactionof
of such other business as may lawfully lawfullycome lawfuIl lawfuIlcome lawfulicome
come before it will be held at the office officeof officot ofrjcwof
of the company room 523 Boston Build Building Building BuIldjug ¬
ing Denver Colo Cob on Monday Feb 19tU
1206 at 4 1 oclock p m of that dayJ day dayyI
J BARNETT BARNETTSecretary BARlIIETTSecretary BARNETTSecretarY
Secretary the DalyWest Mining Com Com1pony ComPD ComapLinY
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