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Republicans Repu lic8ns of the Senate Committee CommitteeWill CommitteeWill CommitteeWill
Will likely Lik ly Be Unable to Report Eeporta
a Satisfactory a factory Bate Bill BillPOSITION BillPOSITION BillPOSITION
THE BREACH BREACHWashington BREACHWashington BREACHwashington
Washington Feb iB 1LAgrowiOnt Asrewnent AgrO ment to toXQte toQte tocqte
XQte Qte on a railroad rate bill tomorrow in inthe inthe Inthe
the senate sen te committee on interstate com commerce commerce comnerce ¬
merce is an issue that neither faction factionon
on the commerce commerce commission seems in inclined In11ned inIned ¬
clined Ined to force Neither knows the thestrength thestrength thestrength
strength of the other and nd unquestion unquestionably unquestionably unquetIonably ¬
ably the Democratic members of the thecommittee thec thecomnilttee
committee c are the balance baJan e of power powerN PQwereItb powereIther
N eItb eIther of f the Republican factions factionshave factionsJiavo factionsliav
have Jiavo liav issued formal form t statements setting settingIbrth settIngorth
Ibrth orth their differences but the Demo Democrats Democrats Democrats ¬
crats in an authorized statement from fromSenator fromSenator fromSenator
Senator Bailey rave made it clear that thatan thatan that41an
41an an adequate bill must be reported or orthe orthe orthe
the minority will have a measure me sure of its itscSfrn ItsVn Itsfl
cSfrn Vn fl In this statement however it is isadmitted Isadmitted isadmitted
admitted that the Democrats are di divided dllded Uijded ¬
vided lded on the questions of Judicial re review review review ¬
Will Not Insist Upon Vote VoteThe VoteTle Voter
The Tle r members of the committee insist insisting insisting InsistThg ¬
ing upon an amendment to the house housebill hou houb1IlSenators house1lISenators
bill b1IlSenators Senators Elkins AldrIch Foraker ForakerKean ForakerKea1 ForakerKeri
Keri and Crane CraneiTo < do not believe the theamendments theam theamndments
amendments am ndments providing for any an change changeIn
In the court features of the bill can be bevotod bevot beotd
vot votod d upon tomorrow Senators DolH DolHver D011Iver Dcliiver
ver and Clapp the champions of the theliouse thebCuse the1ioue
liouse bill in Its present form are not notdisposed notdisposed notdisposed
disposed to insist upon a vote They Theydesire Theydeire Theydeire
deire to have havtSenator Senator Cullom paired pairedagainst pairedagainst pairedngainst
against amendment but the conserva conservative conservative conservative ¬
tive faction will rot permit this thi If the thevote theote theVote
vote ote is postponed as seems likely Sen Senator Senstor Sonator ¬
ator Cullom may return to Washington Washingtonbefore WashingtonbftGre Washingtonbetre
before a vote Is taken Different re rePorts retpCrt reXrt
Ports Xrt are circulated circu18 ted concerning his hi po position position poItion ¬
sition the conservatives admitting the theclaim theclaim theclaim
claim that heis against an amendment amendmentthat amendmentthat amendmentthat
that would surend an order of the thecommission theOmmlssi thecnmmlssion
commission Ommlssi 1 per perding ding a review by the thecourts thecourts thecnurts
courts but insisting that he Is not op opposed opmsed opDosed ¬
posed to a more moderate amendment amendmentThe amendmentThe
The positions will be outlinedjelearly outlinedjelearlytomorrow outUnedJlearlytomorrow outlInedjlearIytomorrow
tomorrow even though a voters vote is not notobtained notubtained notobtained
No Agreement Reached ReachedLate ReachedLate ReachedLate
Late tonight it was stated that so far farno rarno farno
no agreement has been reaehed 1m 6n n any anyamendment anyamendment anyamendment
amendment despite the fact that nu numerous numerous numerous ¬
merous conferences onr rences have been held hfd dur during durjng durIng ¬
ing the day between betw n the president presidentmembers presidentmembers preaidentniembers
members of the cabinet and senators senatorsrepare senatorstQprepare I Itgprepare
tgprepare repare a compromise draft draftmator draftSnator
5 Snator mator AldrIch Senator Allison AlIf m and andSecretary andSlcretary andSecretary
Secretary Taft conferred conrr with the pres president president prosIdent ¬
ident today concerning the alleged aUe ed ne necessity necessity necessity ¬
cessity of an amendment providing for forjudicial forJudicial forjudicial
judicial review The secretary of war warhas warhas warhas
has joined forces with conservative conservativesenators conservativesenators conservativesenators
senators in declaring declarin that such an anamendment annm anumendment
amendment nm ndment is required to tomake make the bill billconstitutional bUItonsUtutJonaI billccnstitut1arial
constitutional Attorney General Moody
does not agree to this It Is said that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the president announced today that he hewould hewould hewould
would like to see the amendment to be beproposed beproposod beproposed
proposed and submit it to the attorney attorneygeneral attorneygpneral attorneygeneral
general before he endorses any propo proposition proposJtbn propositlcn ¬
sition to amend the house bill billDemocratic billDemocratic billDemocratic
Democratic Position PositionSenator PositionSenator PositionSenator
Senator Bailey who is the minority minorityor minoritylOr
ftoor lOr or leader in the absence of Senator SenatorGorman Senatorf7 Senatorrrman
Gorman f7 rman today explained the attitude of ofDemocratic ofDemocratic ofDemocrat1c
Democratic senators He said that If a abill aQlll aul
bill ul is presented by the tl e Republicans RepublicansWhich RepublicansWhich RepublicansVh1ch
Which In the opinion of the Democrats DemocratsIs
Is Adequate dequ te to meet the demands of the thesituation thesituation thesituation
situation the Democrats both in the thes5 theS thesrxte
s5 S srxte ute 1 te and In the committee will I1l sup support suppt7Tt support ¬
port it In the event of a division of ofEe oftn oftW
tn ± Ee Republicans the Democrats will willSliport wlIlport willport
Sliport port the bill presented by the fac faction factltffi factib ¬
tion offerlhg offer g that which comes nearest nearestto
to neeting the demands of the minor minority minorit minorItv ¬
ity it The Texas senator says that if no noadequate noadequate noadequate
adequate bill comes from any Republi Republican ¬
can ca n source then the Demorrats will willpresent wHIrfsent wIlDresent
present rfsent a bill of their own From the thesame thesame thesame
same same authority comes the statement statementthat statementthat statementthat
that In any bill presented all the Dem Demooats Demorats Demoeats
ooats will unite In supporting a pro provision proIslon proIslon ¬
vision Islon that express companies shall be beplaretl beptmed beplpced
plaretl under the Interstate commerce commercecommission commereemmission commercecommission
commission < Most of the Democrats Democratswill DemO DemocratsitIll < mts mts1ll
will 1ll insist that Pullman cars also shall shalltp shallr shalllc
tp r Included IncludedLIFE IncludedLIFE
eo eoLIFE
San Francisco Feb 15 15Chllton 15ChlltonBowen 1LChiltonI3ciwen Chilton ChiltonjBowen
jBowen Bowen convicted of the murder of otStephenson W WXV Ww
XV Stephenson the Washoe Nov cat cattleman catUmal1 cattleman ¬
tleman In this city was today sen sentenced sentenrPd sentenfed ¬
tenced to f ff fe imprisonment by Judge JudgeJjsrwler JUdgeJ JudgeThraler
Jjsrwler J IEr of the superior court
Fish Hatchery HatcheryMeasure Measure Con Conrtains Cont Contains
tains t ins 25000 Provision for forFurther forFurther forFurther
Further Work in StateWashington StateWashington State StatesWashington
Washington Feb IS l 1gThe The house com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee on merchant marine and fish fisherl fisheri fisherIs
erl erIs s today considered bills for fish fishhatcheries fishhatcherlas fishhatcherl3s
hatcheries and the committee agreed agreedto
to report favorably on the following followingamong followIngamong followingamong
among others Utah 25000 Kansas Kansas26OOO
325000 New Mexico 25000 Wyoming
25000 2 OOO Puget sound 50000 Nevada
25000 25000A 25000A 25000A
A A favorable report was agreed upon uponon uponon uponon
on the Grosvenor bill prohibiting the theuse theuse theuse
use of foreign built dredges in the Unit United United United ¬
ed States Dredges now in use are ex excepted excepted cxcepted
cepted This will permit the continu continuance iontInuRnce continuance ¬
ance of work at Galveston Tex Where Wherecontractors therecontractors rherecontractors
contractors are using foreignbuilt foreignbuiltdredges foreignbulltdredges foreignbuiltdredges
dredges dredgesThe dredgesThe dredgesThe
The committee decided to report fa favorably favorably a avorably ¬
vorably a bill providing that foreign foreignships foreignships foreignships
ships which have certificates of in inspection inspection inspoction ¬
spection from a foreign port where whereAmerican whereAmerIcan whereAmerican
American inspection Is recognized may
in case their certificates expire while In Inan Inan Inan
an American pert be permitted by byAmerican byAmerIcan byAmerican
American inspectors to clear for a for foreign foreign foreign ¬
eign port if the Inspectors flna the ship
In a satisfactory condition conditionmm conditioniI conditionEPIATD
Body of G L Hazard One of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Victims of the Valencia ValenciaDisaster ValenciaDisaster ValenciaDisaster
Disaster Identified IdentifiedSeattle
Seattle Wash Jash Feb 15 15E E L Haz Hazard Hazard Hasard ¬
ard under indictment at Los Angeles AngelesCal AngelesCat AngelesOal
Cal on a statutory charge preferred preferredby
by Lulu May Rowland 16 years old to
day Identified a body in a local under undertaking undertaking undertaking ¬
taking establishment as that of his son sonG sonG sonG
G L Hazard a Valencia victim Haz Hazard Hazard Hazatd ¬
ard and H N Rowland identified a abody abody abody
body at Victoria several days ago as asthat asthat asthat
that of Lulu May Rowland H N NRowland NRowland NRowland
Rowland is the father of the girl girlThe girlThe girlThe
The girls body was Interred at Vic ¬
tons The remains of Young Hazard Hazardwill HazardwlU Hazardwill
will be shipped to Los Angeles Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day for burial burialYoung burIalYoung burialYoung
Young Hazard In company with Lulu LuluRowland LuluRowland LuluRowland
Rowland and her sister Mabel fled fledfrom fiedfrom fledfrom
from Los Angeles about three weeks weeksago weeksago weeksago
ago and took passage on the Valencia Valenciafrom Valenciafrom Valenclafroiu
from San Francisco under assumed assumednames assumednames assumednames
names The body of Mabel Rowland Rowlandhas Rowlandhas Rowlandhas
has not been recovered
Ugly Rumor Afloat AfloatA
A story Is s In circulation that Harry
Hazard under arrest at Vancouver B BC BC
C charged with robbing a Jewelry Jewelrystore jewelostore jewelrystore
store may be the son of E L Hazard Hazardand Hazardand Hazardand
and that the story of the identification identificationof
of the bodies was gotten up by the elder elderHazard elderHazard elderHazard
Hazard Both Hazard and Rowland Rowlandemphatically Rowlandemphatlcally Rowlandemphatically
emphatically declared tonight that the thebodies thebodies thebodies
bodies found were those of young Haz Hazard Hazard Hasard ¬
ard and the Rowland girl Frank F FBunker FBunker FBunker
Bunker a Valencia survivor and Chief ChiefCook ChIefCo ChiefCo3k
Cook Co k Samuel Hancock of the wrecked wreckedvessel wreckedvoo wreckedvesei
vessel voo el have identified pictures submit submitted submitted submitted ¬
ted to them of young Hazard and Miss MissRowland MissRowland I1ssRowland
Rowland as two of the passengers who whowere whowere whowere
were aboard the Valencia They also alsoideatified alsoid alsoIde3tifled
ideatified id 1tified the picture of Mabel Row Rowland RowlaOO Rowland ¬
land landHazard
Hazard who Is a Los Angeles real realestate realestate
estate broker Is out on a 5000 bond bondand bondand bondand
and says he will return re urn and stand trial trialHEYBURN trialHEYBIJRN
Does Not See Any Necessity for Nom Nominating Nominating Norninathig ¬
inating a Senator at Kepubli Republican
can State Convention ConventionSpecial ConventionSpecial ConventionSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington D C Feb 15 l 15Senator 15SenatorHeyburn Senator SenatorHeybum SenatorHeyburn
Heyburn Is entering strong objections objectionsto
to the proposal to nominate a candidate candidatefor
for the United States aonate in Idaho at atthe atthe atthe
the next Republican state convention conventionI
I have never been In favor of such suchproceeding suchproceeding suchproceeding
proceeding I helped to defeat the theproposition theproposition theproposition
proposition in the state convention in inIdaho inIdaho inIdaho
Idaho in 1894 and I have not changed changedmy
my views on the subject It is the con constitution constitution constitutiofl ¬
stitution of the United that fixes the themanner themanner themanner
manner of electing senators and that thatInstrument thatinstrument thatinstrument
Instrument should be changed only onlywhen onlywhen onlywhen
when there Is an overpowering neces necessity necessity necessity ¬
sity In this case there Is no such ne necessity necessity necessity ¬
cessity and I think that fancied neces necessity necessIty necesElty ¬
sity arises only from the inordinate inordinateselfishness Inordinateselfishness Inordinateselfishness
selfishness of those tho who ho would like to toget toget toget
get the advantage of somebody else In Ina Ina
a race for public office officeSHOT officeo officeSHOT officeSHOT
Pomona Pc mona Feb 15 l5H H Stantz propri proprietor proprietor proprietor ¬ i
etor of the Pacific hotel was shot in inthe Inthe Inthe
the neck and mortally wounded last lastnignt lastnight lastnight i
night by his young wife who used a arevolver arEyolver arevolver
revolver Stantz had been to the thea theatre theatre theatre
tre and nd upon returning home had ai aiquarrel a aquarrel aquarrel
quarrel with his wife and the shooting
followed Mrs Stantz was arrested arrestedand arrestedDnd arrestedand
and Is now In Jail Stantz and his wife wifecame wifecame wifecame
came here a few months ago from fromCsnton fromCrnton fromCanton
Canton Ohio
HS IL S lVl 1e 1eI 0
I SpringStyles Spring Sty1es for Men MenAre MenAre
Are Ready
F tJ Unpacking them each ca h day Pos Possibly Possibly Possibly ¬
sibly a little early but its it s the RA RAway R A Away Away
way of doing things thingsBe Be ready when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the time comes Some of the fabrics fabricsare
are prettier than even ev n these great greatclothes greaterothes greatc1othes
clothes erothes people ever got g < t hold of 6 6of Lots Lotsof Lotsof
of greys greysyou you know grey will be the thething thethipg thethiig
thing in all sorts of clothes this thisspring thissprIng thisspring
spring spring Got them here hereto to show you youCome y yuCome u uCome
Come in and look lookRICHARDSON lookCI lookRICHARDSON
At t The Sign SignfHS
C 1 1cl
cl C We ii >
People of Ecuador Afraid to toReturn toReturn toReturn
Return to Their Homes on onAccount onAccount onAccount
Account of Earthquake EarthquakeGuayaquil EarthquakeGuayaquil Earthquake1Guayaqull
Guayaquil Ecuador Feb 15 15The 15Thefirst 15Thefirst The Thefirst
first shock of the earthquake which whichcaused whichcaused whichcaused
caused so mucn damage and loss lo s of oflife otlife oflife
life in the province of Esmeraldas Was Wasfelt wasfelt wasfelt
felt at 10 oclock on Jan 31 the dis disturbance disturbance dieturbance ¬
turbance continuing at short intervals intervalsuntil intervalsuntU Intervalsuntil
until Feb 6 The inhabitants panic panicstricken panlcstricken panicstrIcken
stricken abandoned their homes and andfamilies andfamiUes andfamilies
families are still living in the open openair openair openair
air fearing a repetition of the shocks shocksIn
In the neighborhood of Port Limones Limonesfour Limonesfour Limonesfour
four small islands disappeared These Theseislands TheseIslands TheseIslands
islands were inhabited by fishermen fishermenwho fishermenwho fishermenwho
who escaped in insmaU small boats In which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they were at sea for three days until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the water became sufficiently calm to toenable toenable toenable
enable them to reach the mainland mainlandThe mainlandThe mainlandThe
The city of Esmeraldas was nearly In Inundated inundated Inundated ¬
undated by a tidal wave which en entered entered entered ¬
tered the port flooding the principal principalstreets principalstreets principalstreets
streets All the Inhabitants ran for forthe torthe forthe
the mountains in the neighborhood neighborhoodAll
All the towns in the provinces of ofEsmeraldas ofEsmeraIdas ofEsmeraldas
Esmeraldas and Manabl were greatly
damaged and especially RiQ Verde VerdeCamarones VerdeCamaroncs VerdeCamarones
Camarones La Tola Limones Borbon Borbonand Borbonand Borbonand
and PInguagi the most of the Inhabit Inhabitants inhabitants inhabitants ¬
ants of which are homeless homelessAt
At the Colombian towns of Mosque Mosquera
ra San Juan and Domingortiz more morethan morethan morethan
than 300 persons perished Antioquia Antioquiaand
and other Colombian departments departm nts suf suffered suffere suffered ¬
fered fere heavy damage At Tuquerres Tuquerresfive
five persons perished under the ruins ruinsof ruinsof ruinsof
of falling houses Manizales suffered sufferedheavily sUfferedheavIly sufferedheavily
heavily heavilyFALLEH heavilyFAftEN I IFALLEN
Former Bank Robber and Bur Burglar Burglar Burglar ¬
glar Arrested in San Fran Francisco F Francisco ran rancisco ¬
cisco for Petit Larceny LarcenySan
San Francisco Feb 15 151 J J McCarthy McCarthyalias McCarthyalias IcCarthyalias
alias John Baldwin one time member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Matheny band of bank robbers has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been arrested for victimizing several mer merchants merchants inerchants ¬
chants by the short change game The Theman Theman Theman
man who with his associates ten years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago confined himself h lf to Jobs in TUich TUichthere 1lichthere bichthere
there were thousands in sight Is now in inthe inthe Inthe
the city cit prison and when his name Is
transferred to the prison register from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the detinue book the charge against him himwill himwill himwill
will be petty pett larceny
McCarthy McCarth or as he calls himself Bald Baldwin Bal Balwin Baldwin ¬
win was released from San Quentin a few fewmonths fewmonths fewmonths
months ago after serving a term of ten tenyears tenyears tenyears
years for his share in the Los Angeles Angelestunneling Angelestunn Angelestunneling
tunneling tunn lIng bank robcery scheme which whichwas whichwas whichWas
was nipped in the bud just as he and andLouis andLouis andLouis
Louis Matheny the leader of tho band bandwere bandwere bandwere
were about to place hands on the surplus surplusof
of the First National bank of the south southern southern southera ¬
ern metropolis He came directly to San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco after his release releaseHe reI releaseHe ease easeHe
He was arrested on Saturday night with witha I Ia
a companion known as John Colemar Colemarbut ColelU1lIbut Colemarbut
but it was not until today that McCarthy McCarthywas
was recognized as having formerly been beenone beeOlone beenone
one of the most noted burglars In Amer America A Anerlea ner nerIca ¬
ica Hejtas He has admitted his identity Identlt iis iisMatheny lisMatheny usMatheny
Matheny with whom he formerly was as associated associated assedated ¬
sociated was reported to have been killed killedIn klJIedIn killedin
In Seattle but many police officers think thinkthat thinkthat thinkthat
that he is still alive aliveDance aliveDance
II IIDance
Dance under auspices of the St StPauls StPauls StPauls
Pauls guild at Ladies Literary club clubSaturday clubSaturday clubSaturday
Saturday Feb 17th Admission 50 50cents 50cents 50cents
cents including refreshments Patrons Patronsand Patronsand Patronsand
and friends of the he organization Invited InvitedDIAMOND ImitedDIAI InvitedDIAMONOCOAL
Sold only by Citizens Coal company
Removed to 153 S Main Mar Phone 49 49THE 49e 49THE 49THE
Mrs Clara ViUson ViUsonTowanda VillsonTowandn WilisonTowanda
Towanda Pa Feb IS ISMrs Mrs Clara Will Willson Willson Willson
son sister of the late P P Bliss and anda andasinging andasinging a asinging
singing evangelist quite widely known In Inthis inthis Inthis
this country and Groat Britain died to today today today ¬
day of heart hear failure aged 63 t years ears Mrs MrsWillson MrsVllIson MrsWillson
Willson was associated with Francis FrancisMurphy FrancisMurphy FrancisMurphy
Murphy in temperance work for several severalyears severalears severalyears
years ears
Henry Gerald GeraldSan GeraldSan GeraldSan
San Francisco Feb 15 leHenry Henry Gerald Geralda
a well known newspaper man is dead deadIn deadin deadin
In this city at the age of 76 Gerald Geraldwas Geraldwas Geraldwas
was a founder of the Omaha Bee with withits withIta withIts
its present proprietor Edward Rosewater RosewaterDuring R06ewaterDuring RoeewaterDuring
During the early 70s he was associated associatedwith associatedwith associatedwith
with Henry George jr on the Evening EveningPost EveningPost EveningPost
Post He also started a number or Irish Irishand Irishand Irishand
and Catholic periodicals on various parts partsof partsof partsof
of the coast
William T Cheswell ChJswellBoston GheswellBoston
Boston Feb 15 1iVhile While responding to toan toan toan
an alarm of fire today Chief William T TChesweU TCheswell
Cheswell of the Boston fire Ire department departmentwas
was stricken with heart trouble and anddied anddied anddied
died while being taken to the hospital hospitalChief hospItalChief hospitalChief
Chief Cheswell had been connected with withthe wfththe withthe
the department since 1S62 and was one oneof oneof oneof
of the best known fire fighters in the thecountry theuntry thecountry
country untry He was 68 years of age ageGeneral ageGeneral ageGeneral
General Fred Walsen WalsenDenver WalsenDenver j jDenver
Denver Feb 16 1 15General General Fred Walsen Walsendied Walsendied j
died of dropsy at his residence in this thiscity thiscity thiscIty
city today He was 65 > years of age and andwas andwas andwas
was a Colorado pioneer He founded the thetown thetown thetown
town of Walsenburg and served one term termas tQmas tmas
as state treasurer treasurerLeonard treasurerLconard treasurerLeonard
Leonard Kip KipAlmny KlpArJany KipAFany
Almny N Y Feb 15 15Loonnrd Leonard Kip
well known as s a scholar and an author
filed Icd today at his home in this city cit aged
80 o years yearsBEGGING yearsBEGGINGTHEIR
Man and Woman From Salt Lake LakeAfoot LafceAfoot LakeAfoot
Afoot in Idaho IdahoSpecial IdahoSpecial IdahoSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldIdaho HeraldIdaho HeraldIdaho
Idaho Falls Ida Feb 15 1 15A A man manabout manabout manabout
about 25 years of age and a woman womanabout womanabout womanabout
about 20 claiming to be his wife left lefthere 1efthere le t there
here yesterday yest rday at noon on foot in the thedirection thEdlreetlon thedirection
direction of St Anthony Word was wasreceived wasreceived wasreceived
received here today that they reached reachedRIgby reachedRigby reachedRlgby
RIgby last night and were given shelter shelterand shelterand shelterand
and food at one of the hotels there thereThey thereThe thereThey
They The claim to have walked all the th way
from Salt Lake and judging from fromtheir fromtheir fromtheir
their appearance they may have done doneso
so They have no luggage and are beg begging begging begging ¬
ging their way Both are very ery reticent reticentand reticentand reticentand
and claim to be hunting work The Theman Theman Theman
man is a very ery robust fellow and has hasthe Imsthe hasthe
the appearance o of a farmer while the thewoman thewoman thewoman
woman is very delicate and looks as asthough asthough asthough
though she could not walk a mile with without without j
out giving out outDUEL outDUEL
+ 0 0DUEL
One of the Duelists Dead and the Oth Other Other 0ther ¬
er in Jail JailSprings JailSprings JailSprings
+ Springs N M Feb 15 1 15Robert 15RobertSammon Robert RobertSammon +
+ f Sammon and Leo McHenry well wellknown wellknOwrL + f
+ f known ranchmen of the Black BlackLakes + f
4 4 Lakes section fought a duel with withguns withguns +
4 + guns on the range in that district districtyesterday districtyesterday 4 +
4 + yesterday and McHenry was waskilIed waskilled 4 +
4 + killed Sammon surrendered to toD 4 +
4 Deputy D puty Sheriff Brown of Springer Springerwho Springerwho 4 4who +
+ who removed him to Raton where wherehe wherehe 4 +
4 + he was locked up Sammon de deelared dedared 4 +
4 + dared that ho killed McHenry in inself Insoif 4 +
4 + self defense The two men had hadquarreled hadquarreled 4 +
4 + quarreled qver the t he ownership of ofsome ofsome 4 +
4 + some horses horsesfA horsesf44 +
fA f44 tfft + + f 4 f + f f f + t + If f + Iff + f4 It + f t 4 f + +
PAIN IN THE JOINTS JOINTSBheumatlc J JOINTSitheumaticTorturos INTS INTSRheumatic
Rheumatic itheumaticTorturos Tortures Cease When Dr DrWilliams DrWilliams DrWilliams
Williams Pink Pills Make MakNew MakeNew MakeNew
New Blood BloodThe BloodThe BloodThe
The first sign of rheumatism is fre frequently freu freuent1y ¬
quently u utly a pain and swelling in one of ofho ofho ofthe
ho joints If Dot combated in the theHood th8Llood thetiood
Hood which is the seat of the disease diseaseIho diseaselbo diseaseLhopoiseil
Iho Lhopoiseil poison spreads affecting other joints jointsind jointsmil jointsmd
mil tissues Sometimes rheumatism lit afcScks litks atcks
Scks cks ks the heart and is quickly qn ckly fataLTho fatal fatalThe fataLThe
The one remedy rem dy that has ms cured curedIheumatism curedlheumatism curediheninatism
Iheumatism so that it stays cured is Dr DrVTilliams DrWilliams DrWilliams
Williams Pink Pills These pills expel expelIhe expelihe expelIho
Ihe poison from the blood aud restore restorethe restorehe restorethe
the system so that the poisonous matter matters
8 passed off as nature intended intendedMrs intendedMrs intendedMrs
Mrs I L T Pitcher of No 130 Mon Monciouth Montnonth on onClouth
ciouth street Newark N J suffered sufferedfor
for about three years from rheumatism rheumatismbefore rhenmatisefore rheumatismIeforo
before efore she found this cure She says saysIt saysII
II 1 It began with a queer feeling in my myfingers myfingers myfingers
fingers In a little time it seemed as asthough asthough asthough
though the finger joints had lumps on onthem onlbem onthem
them and I could not got my gloves on onThen 011II
II 4 Then it grew worse and spread to toiny tomy tomy
my knees I could not stand up and andcould 1 1could
could not sleep nights My suffering sufferingwas
was more than I can describe I took tookgreat q qgreat t1great
great deal of medicine but nothing nothin even evengave evengave ere eregave
gave me relief r 1ief liefuntilltriedDr until I tried Dr WilliamsPink WilliamsPink Williams WilliamsPink
Pink Pills PillsI
II I read an account of a cure in a cas casthat casthat case casethat
that was exactly like mine and my hus husband husband hueband
band got me some of the pills I took tooSthem t001Jthem tookthem
them for three weeks before I really felt fellbetter feltQetterbut feltbetter
better Qetterbut but they finally cured me meMr meMr meMr
Mr Pitcher who is iSR a veteran and andmember andmember f fmember
member of E D Morgan Post No 80 80of 301 301of 80of
of New York substantiates his wifei wifeii wife wifestatement wifistatement
i statement and says that she now walk walkwithout walJQwithout walkwithout
without difficulty whereas a 0 year ag agehe <
lie was compelled to push her about in inwhooled a aSvheeled Iwheeled
wheeled chair Both Mr and Mrs MrsPitcher MrsPitcher MrsPitcher
Pitcher are enthusiastic in their praise praisfof praI praIof
of Dr Williams Pink Pills PillsFor PillsFor PillsFor
For further information address th the thDrWilliams
irWilliamR Dr WiHiamR Medicine Oompany Sena Senasiectady Schetectty hi hieclady
American Who Served Part of ofa ofa ofa
a Sentence in Nicaragua NicaraguaSays NicaraguaSays NicaraguaSays
Says He HeW Was as Wronged WrongedNew
New York Feb 15 lliWilliam William S Albers Albersthe Albersthe Albersthe
the American citizen who was w Imprisoned Imprisonedin
in Nicaragua last summer and served servedabout servedabout servedabout
about six sL months of a three years and anda
a half sentence arrived In New York to ¬
day on the steamer Panama from Colon Colonand Colonand Colonand
and told his story of the arrest conviction convictionand convictionand
and release releaseAlbers releaseAlbers releaseAlbers
Albers was released after efforts had hadboon badbeon hadboon
boon made In his behalf by the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States government and was glvn fifteen fifteenays fifteenlYS fifteenays
ays in which to leave the country
I did not resist arrest Albers said
today I ran up the American flag on
my house when an attempt was wa made to
break bre k In I protested to American Min Mm ¬
ister Merry but so far ft aa a I can under ¬
stand he did not do much I make no
charges but I want to see the letters he
wrote regarding the case If it had not
been for publicity publlcl y the press gave the
affair I would not have been tried for
two years The trial was a farce and the
judge M I A Barrios told the jury that
if it did not find me guIlty they would be
led from the jury room to the jail
There was no steamer leaving until
one day after my m time leave expired I
was forced to make my escape by rowing
out to this steamer in a small boat
I am going to Washington to try and
secure Justice The cas case has already cost
me 20000 and I shall fight the Nicara
guan government for its recovery recoveryDr recoveryo recoveryDi recoveryDrEnoch
Dr DrEnoch Enoch Van Cott CottDentist CottDentist CottDentist
Dentist 501502 11T Templeton building
For low rates on oreal real estate loans loanswith loanswIth loanswith
with privilege to repay your loan any
time without notice stopping interest interestcall interestcall interestcall
call ucon uconTHE UDonTHE unonTHE
6 8 and 10 W First South street streetI
I iave bought the saloon of Richard
Donelly at 74 East First South and
hereby notify all creditors to present presenttheir presentthefr presenttheir
their bills
Continued from Page 1 1of 1of 1of
of company H a little less than two twoyearst two twoy twoyears
yearst y years arst and In the N G U for forabout about five fiveyears fiveyeArs fiveyelrs
Ogden in It Also AlsoRumor AlsoRumor AlsoRumor
Rumor says Company B of the First FirstInfantry Firstinfantry Firstinfantry
Infantry stationed at Ogden and com comprising compdslng comprlslng ¬
prising about fortyfive members also alsowill alsolviii
will 111 sever its connection with the N NG NG NG
G U The men are dissatisfied with withtheir withthefr withtheir
their present armory In addition to tothe tothe tothe
the fact that It Is too small the states statessoldiers statessoldiers statessoldiers
soldiers find fault with the arrange arrangement arrangement arrangemont ¬
ment of their quarters An acetylene acetylenegas
gas factory and dance hall are on the thesame thesame thesame
same floor as the rooms reserved for forthe forthe I Ithe
the Guard members who complain of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the odors issuing from the th one and thenalse the thenoise thenaise
noise Issuing from the other
Not Only the New Food but the Good GoodWife GoodWife GoodWife
Wife as Well WellWhen WellWhen WellWhen
When they brought the new ne food foodGrapeNuts foodGrapeNuts foodGrapeNuts
GrapeNuts Into the house the hus husband husband hueband ¬
band sampled It first and said Its bet better better better ¬
ter than pie WhenIt When it brought back backthe backthe backthe
the glow of health to the wifes cheeks cheekshis chEckshis cheekshis
his admiration for It and her was in increased incroosed increased ¬
creased so she says and the rest of ofher ofher ofler
her story follows followsFrom followsFrom followsFrom
From chlldhoo I I was as troubled with withconstant withconstant withconstant
constant and often acute Indigestion Indigestionand indlgestionand indigestionand
and when my baby was born it turned turnedout turnedout turnedout
out that he had Inherited the awful ail ailment ailment allment ¬
ment mentA
A friend told me of GrapeNuts GrapeNutsand
and I Invested in a box and began to toeat toGat tooat
eat according to directions It was wasafter wasafter wasafter
after only a few days that I found my
long abused stomach stom ch was growing growingstronger growingstronger OOXowingstronger
stronger and that the attacks attac s of Indi Indigestion Indigestion Imligestlon ¬
gestion were growing lees frequent and andIn andIn andin
In an incrediblyshort time they ceased ceasedaltogether ceasedaltbgether ceasedaltogether
altogether With my perfect digestion digestionrestored digestionr digestionrestored
restored r came strong nerves clear clearadtive cl clearadtive ar ara
adtive a tfve brainthe brain the glow of health to my mycheeks mycheeks mycheeks
cheeks and I know I was a better wife wifeand wIfeand wifeand
and mother and more agreeable to live livewith livewith livewith
with under the new conditions conditionsWhen conditionsWhen conditionsWhen
When the boy came to be 10 months monthsold monthsold monthsold
old he developed such an appetite his Chisdyspep hisdyspepsia hisdyspepsia
dyspepsia dyspep Ia disappeared with mine that thathis thathIs thathis i
his mothers milk was not notsufficient sufficient for forhim forhim forhim i
him He rejected all baby foods how however however however ¬
ever till I tried GrapeNuts food at athusbands athusbands athusbands 1
husbands suggestion The youngster youngstertook youngstertook youngstertook
took to It at once and haseaten It daily dailyever dalbever dailyever j
ever since thriving wonderfully on It ItHe itHe itHe
He now demands it at every meal and andwas andwas nd ndwas
was much put out when he dined at a ahotel ahotel ahotel i
hotel a few days ago because the wait waitress Waitress ait aitress ¬
ress could not fill his order for Grape GrapeNuts GrapeNuts GrapeNuts
Nuts Name given by Postum Co CoBattle CoBattle CoBattle
Battle Creek Mich MichTheres MichTheres
Theres a reason
Mrs Margaret M rgaret Gorde Loses LosesHer Lo LosesHer es esHer
Her 5000 Suit Against AgainstHusbands AgainstHusban AgainstHusbands
Husbands Husban Js Partner PartnerThe
The slander suit su t of Mrs Irs Margaret 5or 5orrie or orrie of ofne
rie against Max DenIel her husbands husbandsformer husblUTdsforrier husbandsformer
former partner came to a sudden end in injudge InJUdge InJudge
judge Lewis court yesterday aXtsrfibpn aXtsrfibpnwhen after afterilOonwhen Q < > n nwben
when the court granted the defendants defendantsmotion detend defend5ntsmotion Its Itsmotion
motion for a nonsuit nonsuitMrs nonsuitltrE nonsuitMrs
Mrs Oorries husband and Daniel were wereformerly werefirmerly wereformerly
formerly partners In the tailoring busi business busine5 budness ¬
ness ne5 They had a a disagreement df grecmen4 and andwhile andwhile nd ndwhile
while they th < y were wcie In the office of Attorner AttornerW
I W R Hutrhirteon Hul Jlso1 settling settltn their affairs affairsuorrie affairsIt
It was allegeq Daniel eCeumed exeklmed to Mrs Mrsorrie Mrstiorrie
uorrie uorrieYoure tiorrieYoure orrie orrieYoure
Youre a liar you are worso than thanyour thanyour thanyour
your husband you yO have stolen my busi business bmines business ¬
ness nessIn nes nessIn
nesIn In granting the motion for a nonsuit nonsuitJudge nonsuitJUdge nonsuitludge
Judge Lewis held hel that th t an action f for or slan slander sllmder siander ¬
der could not be maintained if the alleged allegedslander allcledslander allegedslander
slander did not constitute c an accusation accusationof
of a criminal offense unless t were al alleged alIeged alleged
leged in the complaint that the plaintiff plaintiffJ plaintiffhad
I J had suffered special damages as a result resultof resultof resultof
of the slander slanderIn
I In the th case at bar Judge Lewis pointed pointedout ptllntedi pointedout
i out there was no allegation of special specialj specialdamiges
j damages nor was there any accusation accusationj aocusathnthat
j that Mrs Gorrie had committed a crimi crimii erimimel
i I nl offense While Daniel had called her hori
i a thief the court said that was coupled coupledwith
I with a charge that he h lad l stolen his
I business whereas his business was W not an anobject anI anolJect
object which could be stolen Her only onlyremedy onlyremedy onlyremedy
remedy the court said was as to have Dan Daniel Daniel ¬ I IleI
I iel arrested for disorderly conduct She Shesued Shesued Shesued
sued for 5000 5000WOMEN
Both Allege That Husbands Have Re Rei Refused Refused
i fused to Support Them ThemMillie Themnme ThemMillie
Millie Belle Gaylor yesterday sued He Heber Heber Heher
ber Gaylor for divoroe alleging that for fora
a year he has failed to support her They Theywere The Thewere Theywere
were married at Farmington Nev 11
1903 and have one child childPearl childPearl
j Pearl Weyland We land Gibbert sued George C CGibbert CGiblert CGibbert
Gibbert for divorce on the ground of fail failure faillre failre ¬
ure re to t support She also Iso alleges that at attimes attimes Ittimes
times he has threatened her life and andheaped anjheaped aniheaped
heaped personal abuse on her They have haveno haveflO
no children The marriage was performed performedat
at Herda Utah n 1903 1903Burglary 1003Burglary IIXL3Burglary
Burglary Cases Dismissed DismissedDistrict DismissedDistrict DismissedDistrict
District Attorney F C Loofbourow ves vesterday vesterday yesterday
terday caused the charges of burglary In Inthe Inthe inthe
the first degree against Thomas Mc McGann lIcGann McGann
Gann and Thomas Thom s Madden to be dismissed dismissedbecause dsmissrdbecause dismissedbecause
because he stated sufficient evidence to toi toconvIct toconvict
i convict them could not be secured securedCourt securedCourt securedCourt
Court Notes NotesFred Notes1oTc1 Notesrod
Fred rod G Peterson yesterday potItioned potItionedfor
for letters of administration on the es estate estate j jtate
tate of Frederick Peterson who died diedSept diedSept diedSept
Sept 3 1SSS 1S The estate Is valued 1 ued it 2500 2500Samuel 2500Samuel 25O0Samuel
Samuel Doxey Company yesterday
brought bro 8ht suit against Helger O Jensen for forM6S for4M6S
45465 alleging aIlegingthat that the defendant violated violateda
a contract to purchase land from the thecompany thecomrany thecom
company companyJudgment comranyJudgment com any anyJudgment
Judgment for 5125 125 In favor awor of Frank L LHines LHines LHines
Hines against the city cit of Salt Lake for forcosts forcosts forcosts
costs advanced was entered yesterday yesterdayin
in the th case of Gus Westphal against agai 5t Pat PatRyan PatRyan PatRyan
Ryan et aL aLDecree aLDecree atDecree
Decree of foreclosure of a mortgage on onlots onlots onlots
lots 31 and 32 block 2 Chicago addition additionvas
vas entered yesterday in the case of ofKenneth ofKenneth ofKenneth
Kenneth R Smoot et t al against William WilliamJames WilliamJames WilliamJames
James Phillips PhillipsDecree PhillipsDecree PhillipsDecree
Decree quieting plaintiffs title to part partof partof partof
of lot ot 3 block 21 plat F was entered enteredyesterday enteredyesterday enteredyesterday
yesterday In the case of the Houston Real RealEstate RealEstate RealEstate
Estate Investment company against Mrs MrsJohn MrsJohn MrsJohn
John Sloan et al alThe alThe alThe
The trial of the case of William L Tur Turner Turner Turncr ¬
ner against the Utah Consolidated Min Mining Mm Mmlug nn nning ¬
ing company for damages to farm lands landscaused landscaused
caused 8 used by smelter smoke was commenced commencedbefore commencedbefore commencedbefore
before a jury In Judge Lewis court yes yesterday yesterday es eslerda3 ¬
terday afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe afternoonThe
The following cases wore argued ar ed and andsubmitted andsubmitted andsubmitted
submitted in the state supreme curt C < urt yes yesterday Ye6terday yeeterday ¬
terday The John Alnsfield company re respondent respondent respondent ¬
spondent vs O D Rasmussen appellant appellantfrom appellantfrom appellantfrom
from the Second district curt John Y YRich YRich ICRich
Rich respondent vs s Utah Commercial
Savings S6 vings Bank from the First district districtcourt districtcourt districtcourt
Davis County Women Pass to the theGreat theGreat theGreat
Great Beyond BeyondKaysville BeyondKasville BeyondKaysville
Kaysville Feb 15 15Two Two young Davis Daviscounty nayiscounty Daviscounty
county mothers were called to depart this thislife thislife thislife
life within a few hours of each other on onMonday ononday onMonday
Monday morning They were Mrs Lottie LottieChaffin LottieChaffin Ittiehaffin
Chaffin haffin James wife of William James Jamesformerly Jamesformerly Jamesformerly
formerly of Union ward S Salt lt Lake coun county county county ¬
ty but now of Farmlngton Farmington and Mrs MrsAnnie MrsAnnie Irs IrsAnnie
Annie Tingey wife of Joseph F Tingey Tingeyof
of Centerville Both were young women womenof womenof womenof
of noble character and both leave small smallchildren smanchildren smallchildren
children to the care car of bereaved ber aved husbands husbandsMrs husbandsMrs husbandsMi
Mrs Mi James tad given lven birth to a child childshortly childshortI childshortly
shortly shortI before her death while Mrs Tin Tingev TIngev Tingev
gev left an infant 6 weeks 1ee old oldfuneral oldFuneral oldPuneral
funeral services over the he remains of ofMrs ofllrs of31rs
Mrs James were held yesterday after afteriuK aftcruuon 3fterIluon
iuK uuon > n in Farmington and vere v ere presided presidedover prCSf presitdover d doyer
over by y Bishop J M Sesrist Se rlst The spcsk spcskers tpeltkttS epeaketS
ers were cre Bishop Burgon of Umou Bishop Bishoplvers BishopIversn BishopJversn
lvers Iversn < in of the he Second waijd Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCj LakeCity
City Cj 3 and Rulon S Wells of f Salt Lane LaneIhis Jai Laieibis e eI
ibis I his afternoon In Centervilie the ter tervicis er erViClS crvIcts
vicis over thi th remains of Mrs rs Tingey Tingeywere ringeywere r ng ngwere
were held with Bishop BlshopL M H Randall Randallpresiding Randanpresiding Randallpresiding
presiding Splendid floral offerings from fromfriends fromfriends fromfriends
friends w were re on the bier Those who whospoke whospoke whospoke
spoke were Charles I L Smith Thomas ThomasDobson ThomasDobson ThomasDobson
Dobson John E EL Woolley Judson Tolman TolmanPresident TolmanPre TolmanPresident
President Pre ident Joseph H Grant and Bishop BishopRandall BishopRand8l1 BishopRandall
Randall RandallWilliam Rand8l1Wtlliam RandallWilliam
William Hampton who died at Pocatello Pocatelloon
on Tuesday of Brights disease was a for former former former ¬
mer Bountiful man and until a a few fewweeks fewweeks fW fWweeks
weeks ago was in business there He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was an employe of the H DInwoodey DInwoodeyFurniture DlnwoodeyFurniture DinwoodeyFurniture
Furniture company c IDi > any in Salt Lake City for fort formnn30 formany
t many years and later opened a furni furniture furliture furniture ¬
ture store In Pocatolo where he built builtup buntup builtup
up a good business He was a brother of ofCharles ofCharles
I Charles H Rampton I Jmpton of Bountiful Henry HenryHampton H HenryRampton nr nrHampton
Hampton of Centerville and Walter WalterRamptxm WalterRampron WalterRanipton
Ramptxm of Farmington and he has hasmany hasmany hasmany
many other relatives throughout Davis Daviscounty Daviscounty Daviscounty
Provo Feb 15 15lIrs Mrs Jane Inglefleld InglefleldSkinner IngleffeldSkinner InglefleldSkinner
Skinner died last nigrht at the t = county coun in infirmary infl infront ¬
firmary fl from genera gene general debility at the age ageof ageof ageof
of 78 years cars Th Thc deceased was born in inS InS11nI inSunlrrlnnd
S nlerlflnd S11nI rlfincL England and came to Utah Utahabout Utahabout Utanabout
about fcrtyfive years ago She leaves leavesseven leavessever leavessever
sever children numerous grandchildren grandchildrenand
and a large circle of friends Funeral Funeralservices Funeralservices Funeralservices
services will be held tomorrow Friday Fridayat
at 2 oclock in the Sixth ward meeting meetinghouoe meetinghOUfJe meetinghouse
house houoeRobert hOUfJeRobert houseRobert
Robert N Baskin has commenced suit suitagainst suitagainst suitagainst
against the Goodsell Mining Smelting Smeltingcompany Smeltingcompany Smeltin Smeltincompany
company in the Fourth district court ourt to tocollect tocollect tocollect
collect 307845 3 < YiS45 with Interest at 10 per percent pelcent percent
cent per annum from Jan 30 1906 alleged allegedto
to te e due on a promissory note noteGovernor noteGvernor noteGvernor
Gvernor Cutler and party were to tocome tocome tocome
come to Provo today on the proposed proposedfishing proposedfisrJng proposedfisling
fishing trip The governor State Treas Treasurer Treasurer Treasurer ¬
urer Christian and State Auditor Ed Edwards Edw81ds Edwards ¬
wards and ladies came down d wn this evening eveningto
to attend the employes ball given at the thestate thestate thestate
state mental hospital hospltalJudge hospitalJudge os1tal os1talJudge
Judge W H King addressed the stu students students students
dents of the Brigham Young university universitythis unlveI1lltythis
this thi evening on the importance of prepa prepai preparatton preparation
ration for taking an intelligent part in inimportant inimportant
important questions now and to como comobefore comobefore comebefore
before the country countryMr countrYMr countryMr
Mr and Mrs L 1 Holbrook and S SKing A AICing
King have returned from their trip to toMexico toMexico toMexico
Mexico Mexicoj MexicoThe MexicoThe
The Utah county count fair directors will willmeet willmeet willmeet
meet here Saturday to Inspect ins t the site sitefor slt sltfOr sitefor
for the fair grounds and tho transaction transactionof
of other business Subscriptions to the thecapital thecapital thecapital
capital stock took of the company are coming
in from all parts oj > l the tb county In gener generous generous ¬
ous amounts amountsAson amountsA
Ason A son has been born to Mr and Mrs MrsCharles lIIrsCharles 3lrsCharles
Charles Leavitt all well wellBengt weltBcngt weilBengtJOhnson
Bengt BengtJOhnson Johnson jr Is suffering from f m a
After Years of Experience Advises Wonien in inRegard inRegard inRegard
Regard to Their Health
Mrs Martha Pohlmaa Pohlmaaof
of 55 5 Chester Avenue AvenueNewark AvenueNewark AvenueNewark
Newark N J who is a agraduate ngraduate agraduate
graduate Nurse from the theBlockley theBlockley theBlockley
Blockley Training School Schoolat
at Philadelphia and for forsix forsix forsix
six years Chief Clinic ClinicNurse ClinicNurse C1in1 C1in1Nurse
Nurse at the Philadelphia PhiladelphiaHospital PhilndelnhinHospital 3
Hospital writes writestheletter writestheletterprinted the letter letterprinted l tter tterprinted
printed below She has hasthe hasthe hasthe
the ad advantageofpersonal vantage of personal personalexperience personalexperience ii
experience besides her herprofessional herprofessional herprofeslonal
professional education educationand educut educationand on onand
and what she has to say saymay stymay saymay
may be absolutely relied reliedupon reliedupon reliedupon
upon uponMany uponMany uponMany
Many other women are areafflicted areaffiicted areafflicted
afflicted as she was They Theycan Theycan Theycan
can regain health in the thesame thesame
same way It is prudent prudentto pr dent dentto
to heed such advice from fromsuch fromsuch 1 1suchasource
such suchasource suchasourceMrs a source sourceMrs sourceMrs
Mrs Pohlman Pohlmanwritcs PohlmanwritcsU writes writesI
U I am nm firmly persuaded persuadedwith persuadedalter persuadedafter
alter eight years yearsof of experience experiencewith experiencewith
with Lydia Ljdi E Pinkhams Pinkhamsis PinkhamsVegotable PinkhamsVegetable
Vegetable Compound that thatit it itis Akart
is the safest and best medicine mflicinefor mooicInefor medicineor a
for or any suffering woman to touse touse 1 1me
use n nII IJOL man
useImmediately II
Immediately after my mymarriage mymarriage mymarriage
marriage I found that my
health began to fail me I be beCumo bemo bectno
Cumo mo weak and pale with withsevere withsevero withsevere
severe bearingdown pains painsfearful rAinqfearful painsfearful
fearful backaches ba kaches and fre frequent frequent ¬ U Uquentdizzyspdls
quent quentdizzyspdls dizzy spells Tho doctors doctorsprescribed doctorsprescribed doctorsprescribed +
prescribed for me yet I did didnot didnot didnot
not improve I would bloat bloatafter bloatafter Ioat Ioatafter
after eating and frequently fre uently
become nauseated I had
pains down through my limbs so I could couldhardly couldhardly I
hardly walk It was as bad a case of female femaletrouble femaletrouble I Itroubleas
trouble troubleas as I have ever known Lydia E EPinkhams EPinkhams EPinkhams
Pinkhams Vegetable V e etabIe Compound however howerercured howeTercured howevercured
cured me within four months Since that thattime thattime thattimel
time I have had occasion to recommend it to toa toa toa
a number of patients suffering from all allforms nIlforms allforms
forms of female difficulties and I find that thatwhile thatwhile thatwhile
while it is considered unprofessional to rec recommend recommend roeommend ¬
ommend a a patent medicine medicl mediclcan I can honestly honestlyrecommend honestlyrecommend honestlyrecommend
recommend Lydia E Pinknams Pi PinkIuuns m s Vegetable VegetableCompound VegetableCompound VegetableCompound
Compound for I have found that it cures curesfemale curesfemale curesfemaleills
female femaleills ills whore all other medicine fails It Itis Itis Itis
is a grand medicine for sick women womenMoney womenMoney womenMoney
Money cannot buy such su h testimony as asthis asthismerit asthismerit
this thismerit merit alone can produce such re results results resuits ¬
sults and the ablest specialists now nowagree nowagree nowagree
agree that Lydia E Pinkhams Vege Vegetable Vegetable Vegetable ¬
table Compound is the most univer universally universally universally ¬
sally successful remedy for all female femalediseases femaleoiseases femalecilseases
diseases known to medicine medicineWhen medicineWhen j jWhen
When women are troubled with ir irregular irregular Irregular ¬
regular suppressed or painful periods periodsweakness periodswealtness periodsweakness
weakness displacement or ulceration ulcerationof
of the female organs that bearing
down feeling inflammation backache backachebloating backachebloating backachebloating
bloating or flatulence flatul nce general debili debility debility debiity ¬
ty indigestion and nervous prostra prostration prostration prostratEen ¬
tion or are beset with such symptoms symptomsas
as dizziness faintness labsitude excita
severe gash in his right cheek which it itrequired Itrequired itrequired
required several stitches to close Mr
Johnson Ml owing to the darkness one oneevening on onevening oneevening
evening this week and struck his face on ona ona ona
a stake which caused the injury injuryBRINGS injuryIt InjuryBRiNGS
Provo Woman Begins Proceedings ProceedingsAgainst ProceedingsAgainst ProceedingsAgainst
Against Telephone Company Comp Y for forFailure forFailure forFailure
Failure to Deliver Message MessageProvo MessageProvo MessageProvo
Provo Feb 15 15Sult Suit has been filed in inthe Inthe inthe
the Fourth district court by Mrs Isabella IsabellaTidd IllabelleTidd IsabelleTIdd
Tidd of this city against the Rocky RockyMountain RockyIountgin RockyMountain
Mountain Bell Telephone company for
2000 damages for failure to deliver a call callmessage canmessage callmessage
message sent to plaintiff by Dr Barry of 0
Mercur on the 25th th of November 1986 1986The 1 l96The
The message was sent for the purpose purpo e of ofcalling otcalling ofcalling
calling plaintiff to the phone in Provo Provoand Provoand Proroand
and advising her of the seriousIHneee serious lIlnees of
her son Theodore T Archer and the
decision arrived at by Drs Barry and
Thayer Owing to the failure on the part partof partof partof
of the defendant company to deliver the themessage themessage themessage
message the plaintiff was not present at
Lehi Junction to take charge of her son sonand sonand sonand
and he was taken to the Keogh hospital Jt08pltaIin i
in Salt Lake where he underwent an op ¬
eration and died on Nov Ko 29 29A 29A l lA
A marriage license 1ic nse has been issued to
E R Kirkman of American AmericanFork mericanF Fork rk aged I
27 and Julia I lfa r Davis > avis of Provo aged agedWILL 25 25WILL 5 5WILL
Towns to Be Beneficiaries of Fran Franchise Fmnchise Franchise ¬
chise Granted Porter and andWilley andWilley andWiley
Willey WilleyKaysville WilleyKtsvUlc WileyKaysville
Kaysville Feb 15 16A A postponed meet meeting meeting ¬
ing of the stockholders of the Davis coun county count county ¬
ty t Electric Light Power company will willbe wUlbe willbe
be held in Farmington next SRtuldR Saturday at
10 a m when steps will be taken to t ef effect effect offeet ¬
fect a complete organization and to t adopt adoptarticles adoptarticles adoptarticles
articles of incorporation The company companywill companywill companywill
will then proceed to make use of the fran franchises franchises franchises ¬
chises held by N T Porter and I E Wii Wiiley WILhey TU TUIe
hey Ie which it Is expected will be turned turnedover turnedover turnedover
over to the corporation and before bl > forE the end endof endof endof
of this year the promise is made that all allof aUor allof
of the leading Davis county towns will be
lighted by electricity Lighting contracts contractsare
are being ing taken and it ife it evident that the thepublic thepubUc thepublic
public is ready and anxious anxio s for the Im Improvement Improvement unprovement ¬
provement provementAt
At present the Intention is not to go gofurther gofurther gofurther
further north with the lighting system systemthan sstemtban systemthan
than Layton though ultimately Syracuse Syracusemay S Syracusemay racuse racusemay
may be reached From Layton south all allof allot allof
of the towns are to be reached with the theservice theservice
service I
bility irritability nervousness sleep ¬
lessness melancholy allgone and andwanttobeleftalone andwanttobeleftalone andwanttobeleftalone
wanttobeleftalone feelings blues bluesand bluesand bluesand
and hopelessness they should remem remember remember rememher ¬
ber there is one one tried and true remedy
Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Compound Compound Com Cornpound ¬
pound at once removes such troubles troublesNo troublesNo troublesNo
No other female medicine in the theworld theworld theworld
world has received such widespread widespreadand
and unqualified endorsement endorsementThe endorsem nt ntThe
The needlesssufferingf o of 3tfbmen then en from fromdiseases fromdiseacs fromdiseaSes
diseases peculiar to theiil6S theittgttDrifurible theittgttDrifuribleto thetrs1Iit 3gterrible 3gterribleto rrible rribleto
to see The money which they pay pay to todoctors todoctors todoctors
doctors who do not help them is an anenormous anenormous anenormous
enormous waste The pain painis is cured curedand curedand curedand
and the money is i saved by Lydia E EPinkhams EPinkhams EPinkhams
Pinkhams Vegetable Compound CompoundIt ComnoundI
It I t is well for or women who w ho are ill to towrite towrite towrite
write Mrs Irs Pinkhem at Lynn Lynn3lass Lynn3lassThe fass fassThe fassThe
The present Mrs lrs Pinkham fe i the thedaughterinrlaw thedaughterinjaw thedaughterinlaw
daughterinrlaw of Lydia E Pinkham Pinkhamher inkhamher iulthamher
her assistant assist t for jnanyyearsbefbre ma y years re her herdecease Ilerdecease herdecease
decease and for twentyfive twenty five years yearssince ye8 yearssince S Ssince
since her advice has been fre freely lt given givento gi + en ento
to sick women In her great experi experience e ecperience eri erience ¬
ence which covers many years reaas she shehas shehns shehas
has probably p bobly had to deal with dozens dozensof
of cases just like yours Her advice
is strictly stri9 Y confidential
Lydia E E Plnfcharas Vc Vegetable etable Compound om nndSnGCeeds Succeeds Where Others Otheri Fall
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Continued Con inued from Page Pagehighly 1 1highly 1highly
highly prised by the Indian Indians than t ah any anyother anrother anyother
other trophy of MUtC ftll the hunt huntThe huntJThe huntThe
The Ponca Indian del delegation tlon called calledon
on President Roosevelt Roo vlt this afternoon afternoonto
to pay their respects to the Great GreatWhite GreatWhite GreatWhite
White Father Incidentally Eagl EaglHorse EagAHorse EngloHorse
Horse the t chief of the th band of Poncas Poncaspresented Poncaspresented Poncaspresented
presented to the president their gift for forhis forhis forhis
his future futuresoninlaw soninlaw The chief chi f added addedthat addedthat addedthat
that they made a present to thl th groom groomand groomand groomand
and not to the bride Dric1ebec because uge the bride bridealready bridealready bridealready
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