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1jI THE l Illi SALT LAKE LA KR HERAIiD TBlIRSDAY THuRsD Y MARCH 1 1906 3
i M LOCKJAW TIES TIESCROMWElLS TIEST
T I CROMWElLS UPS UPSII
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Senator Morgan Pails to Get An Answers Answers Miswers ¬
swers From omWitness Witness in Pan Panama Panania ¬
1 ama Canal Case CaseINFORMATION CaseINFORMATION
1 1L INFORMATION PRIVATE PRIVATETELLS P PRIVATE PRIVATEJT R I V ATE
L 10 10TELLS
JT TELLS OF COINAGE SYSTEM IN INVOGUE INVOGuE
2 7voGuEoN VOGUE ON THE ISTHMUS ISTHMUSWashington ISTHMUSWashington ISTHMUSWashington
Washington Feb 28 28Sen 28Senator Senator tor Morgen Morgenresumed Morgenresumed Morgenesumed
resumed his examifction of Williamelson Williame1son William WilliamJ
J elson Cromwell toaay t y The inquiry inquirywas inquiryWas InquiryIn
was in relation to the plan for the theAmericanization theAmericanization theAmericanization
Americanization of the Panama canal canalQuestions canalQuestions canalQuestlon3
Questions were asked by Mr Morgan Morganand Morganarid Morganand
and the witness refused to answer answerYour answerYour answerYour
Your case of lockjaw seems to be begetting begetting bezettlng
getting worse Mr Morgan said It ItIs ItIs Itf
f Is the most remarkable I ever encoun encountered encountered encount ¬
t tered teredAgain teredAgain
Again declining to answer any ques questions questions questions ¬
tions upon the subject the witness was wastold wastold wasl
l told by Mr Morgan that he was shut shutting shutting shutting ¬
ting out any information informationThen informationuThen InformationThen
Then why are you asking these ques questions questions cuestIons ¬
tions asked Senator Klttredge KlttredgeI
I want to see If the witness can an tell tellthe te11the
1 the truth on any point saidMr Mor Morgan Morgan Morgan ¬
gan uJfurthennore Furthermore If any senator senatorcares senatorcar
cares car s to interrupt he should address addressthe addreqgthe addressthe
the chair5 chair I do not choose to be Iner interrupted Inerrupted Inerrupted ¬
rupted in this way wayContinuing wayContinuing wayContinuing
Continuing his inquiry Mr Morgan Morganaskedr Morganasked Morgannsked
asked askedrDid askeduDid nskedDid
Did you assist Senators Hanna and andKIttredge andKittredge andUttredge
KIttredge In making the minority re report repor report ¬
port por from this committee committeeThe committeeThe committeeThe
The report referred to was against againstthe againstthe againstthe
the Nicaraguan route and in favor of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Panama route routeI routeuI
uI I decline d cline to answer said the wit witness WItness 1t 1tI ¬
I ness
Confidential Information InformationSenator InformationSenator Informationc
c Senator Taliaferro took up the ex examination examination exj ¬
j amination and the witness said that thatwhatever thatwhatever thatI
I whatever information he might have havefurnished havefurnished havefurnlshed
furnished was given as counsel for the thePanama thePanama thePanama
Panama Canal company The succeed succeeding succeedJng succeedIng ¬
ing questions were based upon the as assumption assumption assumrion ¬
sumption that the witness had admit admitted admitted admitted ¬
ted tljat he had assisted the committee committeebut committeebut
1 but Mr 1r Cromwell promptly Interposed Interposedthat interpasedthat interposed1k
1k that he had made no such admission admissionI
ur I r1 ask you again did you give tl tlinformation them theminformation themInformation
information asked Mr Morgan MorganI Morganmake Morganmake
I make the same reply said the thewitness thewitness
1 witnessWhat wItnessi witness witnessWhat
i What was the reply asked Mr MrMorgan Mrorgan Mra
a Morgan MorganThat organ organThat
That my actions were In the course courseof courseof courseof
of my professional duties and of a con confidential confidential conildential ¬
fidential character replied the witness witnessMr witnesslIr witnessMr
Mr Tallaferro asked the witness con concerning concerning conp ¬
p cerning the monetary agreement en entered entered entered ¬
tered Into between the secretary of war warand warand warand
and the republic of Panama particular particularly ¬
ly the part he played In the transaction transactionIg transactionthis
1 Ig I this not covered by your profes professional professional profesl ¬
l sional reticence asked Mr Ir Morgan MorganNo MorganuNo MorganI
I uNo No sir said the witness and I Ihope Ihope Ihope
hope I may say this finally finallyNo final1yuNo finallyI
I uNo No we will return to it again If I Isee Iee Iee
see ee fit said Mr Morgan MorganVery MorganI lIorganUVery
I Very well you seem to enjoy it and andIt andit andIt
It Is the first vacation I have had In a along ar
1 long time replied the witness with withIllconcealed withinconcealed withI
I Illconcealed sarcasm sarcasmMr sarcasmr sscasmMr
r Mr Cromwell then explained In de detail der deI
r I flail tail the coinage upon the isthmus and andftorthe andt andArthe
t r ftorthe or the first time since he went upon thestand the thestand thestand
stand was permitted to proceed with without without ¬
4 out interruption In the meantime Mr MrMorgan MrMorgan MrJ
J Morgan was studying the records recordsLittle recordsLittle recordsj recordsLittle
j
Little End for Panama PanamaMr PanamaMr Panamar
r Mr Cromwell said his activity in this thismonetary thismonetary thismonetary I
monetary agreement was the th result of ofan ofan ofI
I an invitation from rom the secretary of war warwho waryho warj
j who knew of his familiarity with an anagreement anagreement anagreement
agreement the Panama Canal company companyhad companyhad companyiad
had had with the republic of Colombia ColombiaThe ColombiaThe ColombiaThe
The witness declined to answer any anyhypothetical anyjh anyI
I jh hypothetical questions concerning his hisrelations hisrelations hisrelations
relations with the railroad company companyprior companyprIor companyt
t prior rlor to the transfer of the road to the theTJnited theUnited
1 United States and continued the dis discussion discussion disI ¬
I cussion of the monetary matter saying sayinghe
I he had drawn the monetary agreement agreementThe agreementThe
The agreement he said was made for forthe forthe forr
r the benefit of the Panama railroad and andthe andthe andj
j the Isthmian Canal company and the theInterest theInterest theInterest
Interest of the republic of Panama was wasonly wasonly wasI
I only nominal nominalAt
At 1250 oclock the committee ad adjourned adourned adourned ¬
journed ourned uptil 1030 oclock tomorrow tomorrowwhen tomorrowwhen tomorrowI
I when Mr Morgan will again examine examineMr examineMr examineIfr
Mr Cromwell CromwellCALIFORNIA CromwellCALIFORNIA CromwellCALIFORNIA
CALIFORNIA RATES RATESTODAY RATESTODAYCol TODAY TODAYColonist
11 Colonist Col nfst rate of 2500 to San Fran Francisco Francisco FranA ¬
A cisco Los j Angeles and Intermediate IntermediateWest intermediatepoints intermediatepoints
points vIa the Salt Lake Route 17 17West 17West
West 2nd South Phones 1986 1986MILITARY 1986MILITARY 198GMILITARY
MILITARY RESERVE ROAD ROADSpecial ROADSpecial ROADI
If I Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
4 Washington Feb 28 28The The senate senatepublic senatepubllc
i public land committee today reported reportedfavorably reportedfavorably reportedfavorably
favorably the Heyburn bill permitting permittingthe
¼ the establishment of a highway along alongthe alongthe alongthe
the east side of the Fort Sherman mil military military milItary ¬
itary reservation reservationA reservationi9
i9 A NECESSARY icrssitExperience EVIL EVILExperience EVILExperience
5
Experience of ofaMinister a Minister Who Tried Triedto Triedto Triedto
to Think That of Coffee CoffeeA
A descendant of the Danes a na nation nation naj ¬
tion of coffee drinkers I used coffee coffeeclergyman coffeereely coffeefreely
j freely till I was 2 20 > years old writes a ac1ergyq1Rn aclergyxpan
clergyman from Iowa At that time timeJ timewas
J was a student at a Biblical Institute Instituteand Institutennd Institutend
and nd suddenly became aware of the fact factthat factthat
0 that my nerves had become demor demoralized demoralized demoralized ¬
alized my brain dull and sluggish and andthat andthat andthat
that insomnia was fastening its hold holdupon holdupon holdr
r upon me meI meuI meI
uI I was loath to believe that these thesethings thesethings theseI
I things came from the coffee I was wasdrinking wasdrinking wasdrInking
drinking but at last was forced to that thatconclusion thatconclusIon thatconclusion
conclusion and Quit it itI itI itI
I was so accustomed to a hot table tablebeverage tablebeverage tablebeverage
beverage and felt the need of It so somuch somuch somuch
much that after abstaining from cof coffee coffee cotfee ¬
fee for a time and recovering my myhealth myhealth myhealth
health I went back to it I did this thisseveral thisseeral thisr
r j several times but always with disas disastrous disastrous disask ¬
k trous results I had about ab ut made up my mymind mymind myT
T j mind that coffee was a necessary evil evilAbout evl1About evilAbout
About this time a friend told me methat methat mer
r that I would wO ld find Postum Food Coffee Coffeevery Coffeeery Coffeevery
very ery fine and In many respects away awayahead awayahead awayahead
ahead of coffee So I bought some someand someand
4 and making it very carefully accord according according ¬
1 ing to the directions we were delight delighted ¬
ed to find that he had not exaggerated exaggeratedIn
In the least From that day to this we wehave wehave wehave
have liked it better than the old kind kindof kindof kindof
of coffee or anything else In the way Qf ofa Qfe qfa
a e table drink drinkIts drinkuIts drinkI
I uIts Its use gave me In sL I very short shorttime shorttime shortjf
jf time an increase In strength clearness clearnessof
of brain and steadiness of nerves and andBleep andsleep andsleep
sleep restful and restoring cam camft back backI backto
I to tome tomeI me meI meUI
UI I am thankful that we heard of ofi ofPostum
I i Postum and shall be glad to testify atany at atName atany
any time to the good it has done me meName meL
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STAMPING AM PING OUTSCAB
SCAB IN SHEEP SHEEPFederal
Federal and State Authorities Agree AgreeUpon AgreeUpon AgreeUpoii
Upon Stringent Rules in Be Begard Regard Begard
gard to Dipping DippingEVASION DippingEVASION DippingEVASION
EVASION IS NOT POSSIBLE POSSIBLECERTIFICATES POSSIBLECER POSSIBLECERTIFICATES
CERTIFICATES CER lFlpATES OF HEALTH ARE AREREQUIRED ARER AREREQUIRED1N
REQUIRED R REQUIRED1N QUIRED IN ALL ALLCASES ALLCASESIn CASES CASESIn CASESIn
In order to eliminate as much as possi possible posslbl possible ¬
ble bl scab in sheep the federal department departmentof
of agriculture and the state board of ofsheep ofsheep ofsheep
sheep commissioners of Utah formulated formulateda
a set of rules for the dipping of all sheep sheepduring sheepduring sheepduring
during the coming spring The federal federalauthorities federalauthoritIes federalauthorities
authorities are working with the state statecommissioners statecOrnnUssioners statecommissioners
commissioners In order to bring about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the desired result resultGeorge resultGeorge resultGcorge
George S Hickox agent In charge of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the local office of the bureau of animal animalIndustry animalIndustry animalIndustry
Industry of the department of agriculture agriculturehas
has has ha issued orders to all supervisors supervisorsof
of forest reserves directing them to re refuse refuse refuse ¬
fuse admittance to the reserves of all allsheep allsheep allsheep
sheep not having a federal certificate certificateshowing certificateshowing certificateshowing
showing that they tbeyhave have been dipped at atleast atleast atleast
least ten days prior to the time of entry entryThe entryThe entrYThe
The order directs that all sheep must be bedipped bedipped bedipped
dipped once if exposed to and twice If IfInfected itinfected ifinfected
Infected by scab It will be only by byfollowing byfollowing byfollowing
following this rule that federal certifi certificates certificates certificates ¬
cates will be Issued to sheepmen sheepmenMust sheepmenMust sheepmenMust
Must Be Dipped DippedAll
All sheep sheared during the spring are areto areto areto
to be dipped just after the shearing and andif andIf andif
if when admittance to forest reserves is isasked Isasked Isasked
asked by the owners sheep are found foundfree fOU11dfree foundfree
free from scab they are to be admitted to tothe tothe tothe
the reserve The rules laid down by the thelocal thelocal thelocal
local office of the department of agricul agriculture agriculture agriculture ¬
ture will If complied with allow the in interstate Interstate interstate ¬
terstate shipment of sheep subject only onlyto onl onlto onlyto
to the quarantine laws of the states into intowhich intowhich intowhich
which the sheep are sent sentThe sentThe sentThe
The scab on sheep has been causing a agreat agreat agreat
great deal of trouble among sheepmen sheepmenwithin sheepmenwithin sheepmenwithin
within the past few years yearsFormal yearsFormal yearsFormal
Formal Orders Issued IssuedThe IssuedThe IssuedThe
The following are the first two orders ordersissued ordersissued ordersissued
issued by b the Utah state board of sheep sheepcommissioners sheepcommissIOners sheepcommissioners
commissioners commissionersOrder commissIOnersOrder commissionersOrder
Order No 1 IGood Good cause appearing appearingtherefore appearingtherefore appearingtherefore
therefore it is hereby ordered by this thisrule thisrule thisrule
rule made under and in pursuance of the theauthority Thenuthority theauthority
authority nuthority and discretion conferred upon uponand uponand uponand
and vested in the state board of sheep sheepcommissioners sheepcommissioners sheepcommissioners
commissioners by the fact fof of the legisla legislature le lelsIature sla slature ¬
ture of TTtah approved March 1 1 190o en entitled entitled entitled ¬
titled Sheep Commissioners and being beingchapter beingchapter beingchnpter
chapter 26 of the session laws of Utah
1905 1 that all sheep and bucks In the state stateof statecf stateef
of Utah shall be dipped in the manner mannerand mannerand mannerand
and under the regulations provided provld d in insection lPosection Insection
section 11 of said act on or before the 5th 5thday 5thda 5thday
day da of July 1905 and within ten days daysafter daysnfter daysafter
after hey a ae e sheared and if scabby sabb sabbthey
they shall be likewise Iik wlse dipped again in n not notless notless notless
less than ten nor more than fourteen fourteendavs fourteendays fourteendays
days thereafter thereafterDated thereafterDated thereafterDated
Dated In Salt Lake City Utah this this2Sth this2Sth this28th
2Sth day of Februarv 190S 190SState 19O5State i2O5State
State Board of Sheen S een Commissioners CommissionersBy
By B JOHN E AUSTIN President PresidentARTHTJR PresidentuARTHUR PresidentARTITUR
ARTHTJR A CALLISTER Srcy SrcyOrder S SeyOrder y yuOrd
uOrd Order r No 3 2G 2Good Good < > od cause appearing appearingtherefore apPearintherefore appearingtherefore
therefore It is hereby ordered under and andin andin andIn
in pursuance of the authority and dis discretion discretion discretlon ¬
cretion conferred upon the state board of ofsheep ofsbeeD ofsheen
sheep commissioners of Utah by b the act actof actof actof
of the legislature of Utah anproved approvedMarch anprovedlfarch anprovedMarch
March 1 196 19 < 5 entitled Sho Sheep p Commis Commissioners Commissioners Commissioners ¬
sioners and bpintr bf > inr chanter 26 of the ses session SESsion session ¬
sion laws of Utah 1905 that all scabby scabbysheep scabbysteep scabbysheep
sheep in the state of Utah shall be bedipped bEdipned bedipued
dipped twice prior to May re 10 1906 and andunder andnder andnnder
under nder the regulations provlled t > royi ied In section
11 of said act said dippings to be made madenot madenot madenot
not IPSS than ten nor more than four fourteen fourteen fourteen ¬
teen days apart apartDone apRrtUDone apartDone
Done in Salt Lake City Utah this thisth
2Sth th day of February 1906 1906State 1906State 1906State
State Board of Sheet Commissioners
uBy By JOHN E AUSTIN President
ARTHUR A CALTJSTER Secy SecyCHEAP SecyCHEAP SecyCHEAP
CHEAP RATES TO MEXICO RTEXICODally MEXICODally IWEXICODaily
Dally after February FebruarY 15th until un tit April April7th April7th April7th
7th the Colorado Midland will sell selltickets selltickets rn rntickets
tickets Salt Lake to City of Mexico Mexicoand MexIJand Mex1 Mex1and
and points north thereof for 4460 4460For 44GOFor 4460For
For information and literature call callTicket callTicket n nTicket
Ticket Office 77 West Second South SouthSalt SouL1Salt SouthSalt
Salt Lake LakeGCflPUCPlU LakeGEOGHfGAN LakeOHCAN
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GCflPUCPlU EUlinLbAnoliLLAUJUIAiil EUlinLbAnoliLLAUJUIAiilHis QTHI STILL ADJUTANT ADJUTANTHis AFIIIITAJiT
His Successor Will Be Named NamedAfter NamedAfte i
After Commissioned Offi Officers Officers Officers ¬
cers Meet Sunday SundayColonel SundayCol9ne1 SundayCo1onei
Colonel Col9ne1 Joseph Geoghegans resig resignation resignat1 resignation ¬
nation nat1 n as adjutantgeneral of the theNational theNational theNational
National Guard of Utah took effect effectyesterday effectyesterday effectyesterday
yesterday but no order was Issued by byGovernor byGovernor byGovernor
Governor John Cutler relieving him himfrom himfrom himfrom
from duty Col Geoghegan had every everything everything everything ¬
thing in readiness re diness to turn over to his hissuccessor hIssuccessor hissuccessor
successor yesterday but it Is under understood understOOd understood ¬
stood that an appointment will not be bemade bemade bemade
made until the officers of the guard guardmeet guardmeet guardmeet
meet Sunday and send in list of names namesto namesto namesto
to Governor Cutler for consideration considerationSeveral considerationSeveral considerationSeveral
Several of the commissioned officers officersof
of the guard have expressed them themselves themselves themselves ¬
selves In favor of LieutenantColonel LieutenantColonelH
H M H Lund the senior line officer officeror
or Colonel A B Kesler quartermas quartermastergeneral quartermaster quartermastergeneral ¬
tergeneral ter general of the governors staff for forthe forthe forthe
the position positionColonel positionColonel positionColonel
Colonel Geoghegan said yesterday
that Governor Cutler had not accept accepted ¬
ed his resignation He stated that he hedid hedid hedid
did not want to embarrass embarr s Governor GovernorCutler GovernorCutler GovernorCutler
Cutler by rushing matters and that thathe thathe thatbe
he would continue to act ct until his hissuccessor hissuccessor hissuccessor
successor was named namedIt
It is probable tHat as soon as the theguard thegtard thegtard
gtard Is in working order again some someImportant someimportant someimportant
Important changes will be made In Inthe Inthe j jthe
the company organizations Nothing Nothingffinlte
definite however has been decided up upon upon upon ¬
on but it Is stated that Company D Dwill Dwill Bwill
will be reorganized and mustered In Inas inas inas
as Company C Another company Is
to be organized this week at Mt
Pleasant and It Is possible that It wil
be called Company IX D There Is also alsoa
a move on foot to have troop A trans
fered to Bountiful where the troop troopcan troopcan troopcan
can secure horses at less expense
The members of Troop Awill A will also
be transfered to Company E and the theinembers thenembers
members of Company E will be trans ¬
fered to Troop A AMISSING AMISSING AM
MISSING M ISSI NG ARMY MAN MANBOBS MANBOBS MANBOBS
BOBS UP SERENELY SERENELYNew
New York Feb 28 28Major Major D E EPrice EPrice EPrice
Price of the artillery corps command commandant commandant commandant ¬
ant at Fort Greble R I whose mys mysterious mysterious znysterious ¬
terious disappearance puzzled General GeneralFrederick GeneralFrederick neral neralFrederick
Frederick Grant for a week or more
has been found in a boarding house at
Syracuse Major Price had been de detailed detailed detailed ¬
tailed to inspection Ins > ectIon duty and his dis disappearance disappearance dieappearance ¬
appearance caused General Grant to tosend tosend tosend
send Captain Albert J T Bowler of the theartillery theartl11ery theartillery
artillery corps In search of him himPOSTMASTER himPOSTMASTER himt himPOSTMASTER
t
POSTMASTER IN TOILS TOILSBuffalo TOILSBuffalo TOILSBuffalo
Buffalo N Y Feb Fe 28 28Postmaster 28PostmasterAlbert 28PostmasterAlbert Postmaster PostmasterAlbert
Albert Hoerner of the West Seneca Senecapostofflce Senecapostoffice Senecapostoffice
postoffice was arrested today charged chargedwith chargedwith chargedwith
with embezzlement of 5000 postoffice postofficefunds postofficefund5 postofilcefund
funds
MAXWELL WANTS WANTSTO
TO STAY STAYIN IN ZION ZIONAccused
Accused Cleveland Physician Is IsKghting IsFighting IsPighthig
Fighting Extradition on onCriminal onCriminal onCriminei
Criminal Charge ChargeBELONGS ChargeBELONGS ChargeBELONGS
BELONGS TO GOOD FAMILY FAMILYBROTHER FAMILYBROTH FAMILYBROTHER
BROTHER BROTH ER IS BIBLICAL BI BLICAL TEACHER TEACHERIN TEACH ER ERIN
IN AN OHIOINIVERSITY OHIOINIVERSITYDr OHIO uNIVERSITY uNIVERSITYDr
Dr David P Maxwell the Cleveland 0 Ophysician 0phSlclan 0ph3sic1an
physician arrested here several days ago agoon agoon agoon
on a charge of performing a criminal criminaloperation criminaloperation criminaloperation
operation in Cleveland will resist extra extradition extradJtlon extraiition ¬
dition Sheriff Joseph Bernhardt of ofCuyahoga ofCuyahoga ofCuyahoga
Cuyahoga county Ohio arrived here yes yesterday yesteday resteJday ¬
terday with extradition papers for Dr DrMaxwell DrMaxwelL DrMaxwell
Maxwell but Attorney Brigham Clegg Cleggnotified CleggnotifIed Cleggnotified
notified Governor Cutler that he wanted wantedto
to be heard before the papere were hon honored honored honored ¬
ored Accordingly the governor set the thehearing thehearing thehearing
hearing for 10 oclock 0 clock this morning Mr MrClegg MrClegg 1r
Clegg is acting for Dr Maxwell MaxwellMr MaxwellMr MaxwellMr
Mr Clegg said yesterday afternoon that thatone thatone thatone
one of the principal grounds upon which whichextradition whichextradition whichextradition
extradition will be resisted is that Dr
Maxwell was not in the state of Ohio Ohioon Ohioon Ohioon
on the day when the alleged operation operationwas
was performed The indictment charges chargesthat chargesthat chargesthat
that it was performed on Dec 26 last and andthat andthat andthat
that Celia Switzer the woman In the thecase thecase thecase
case died on Dec 31 The Indictment
does not charge manslaughter or mur muri murder murder
i der but merely alleges that Dr Max Maxwell Maxwell Maxwell ¬
well used a surgical surgl instrument for an anunlawful anunla anunlawful
unlawful unla wul purpose purposeAttorney purposeAttorney purposeAttorney
Attorney Clegg says that Dr Maxwell Maxwellhas Maxwellhas MaxweIlhas
has In his possession posse sion a sworn statement
from the woman given before she died diedexonerating diedexonerating diedexonerating
exonerating Dr Maxwell of all blame in inthe inthe Inthe
the matter How Dr Maxwell secured securedsuch securedsuch securedsuch
such a document Mr fr Clegg declined to tosay tosay tosay
say sayThe
The attorney says however that Dr DrMaxwell DrMaxwell DrMaxwell
Maxwell was In Cleveland for over two twoweeks twoweeks twoweeks
weeks after the woman died and that no nomovement nomovement nomovement
movement was made to arrest him He Headmits Headmits Headmits
admits that Dr Maxwell knew after he hecame hecame hecame
came 4o to o Salt Lake that he had been in indicted indicted indicted ¬
dicted and that he made no movpnent movpnentto
to surrender himself to the authorities authoritiesComes authorftresComes authoritresComes
Comes of Good Family FamilyMr Fa ily ilyMr
Mr Clegg says that a brother of Dr DrMaxwell Drl1RCwell DrMaxwell
Maxwell holds the Biblical chair In the theWorcester theWorcester theWorcester
Worcester 0 university and that he is isa isa isa
a man noted all over the east as a spec specialist speciaIlst speciallst ¬
ialist In his particular branch of educa education education education ¬
tion His name Is Joseph E Maxwell MaxwellAnother lfnCweIlAnother MaxwellAnother
Another brother John A Maxwell lives livesin livesin livesIn
in Utah He Is Interested in mines in inMillard inMllIard InMillard
Millard county and in southern Idaho Idahowhere Idahowhere Idahowhere
where he is at present I > It Is claimed claimedthat claimedthat claimedthat
that Dr Maxwell came to Utah at the therequest rthorequest therequest
request of this latter brother brotherDr brotherDr brotherDr
Dr Maxwell was working in a local localassay loc localassay l lassay
assay office under the name of Dr E EC EC BC
C Thompson when he was arrested at atthe atthe atthe
the instigation of the Cleveland CleY and authori authorities authorities authorities ¬
ties tiesliTHE
liTHE THEBIG BIG WALL PAPER STORE STORESeen STORESeen STORESeen
Seen it yet Finest ever Big Ine IneSpring ineSpring meSpring
Spring Styles Now ready Call oonC oonC oon oonC
C H Bodel 3335 East 1st Sou SoltI L LDEBA18 i iD8AT1N
I 0 0DEBA
DEBA DEBA18 liNG IS S NOT POPULAR POPULARInterState POPULARInterState POPULARInterState
InterState Meetings May Be BeCalled BeCalled BeCalled
Called Off Because Stu Students Students Students ¬
dents Are Lukewarm LukewarmIt
It Is probable probablethat that Interstate debating debatingwill debatingwlU debatingwill
will be discontinued d at the University of ofUtah ofUtah ofUtah
Utah next year The reason given is the thealleged theal1eged thealleged
alleged lack of interest shown by the stu students students students ¬
dents Debating has for a number of ofyears ofyears ofyears
years been carried on by a few of the theleading theleading theleading
leading students stud nts There is not a regular regulardebating regulardebating regulardebating
debating society at present In the school schoolalthough schoolalthough schoolalthough
although several attempts have been beenmade beenmade beenmade
made during the past year ear to effect such suchan suchan suchan
an organization At present the school schoolhas schoolhas schoolhas
has three regular interstate debates each eachyear eachear eachyear
year ear During the last two years there therehas therehas therehas
has not been a a sufficient number of ofstudents ofstudents ofstudents
students to make up the team At a re recent recent recent ¬
cent meeting of candidates for a team teamto teamto teamto
to meet Idaho In the coming debate only
two men reported reportedProfessor reportedProfessor reportedProfessor
Professor William Roylance who is at atthe atthe atthe
the head of debating addressing the stu students students students ¬
dents at a meeting held yesterday said saidDebating saldDebating saidDebating
Debating Is in a deplorable condition at atthe atthe atthe
the university at present and unless unlesssomething unlesssomething unlesssomething
something is done to work up the debat debating debating debatIng ¬
ing spirit we might just as well drop it itentirely itentirely itentirely
entirely In my opinion the thing to do
Is to drop Interstate debating and turn turnour turnour turnour
our attention to the organization of de debating debating debating ¬
bating socitles within the school At pres present present present ¬
ent the spirit Uto to win which has so de demoralized demoraUzed demoralized ¬
moralized college athletics has found its itsway Itsway itsway
way Into debating also The students studentshave studentsnae studentshave
have ceased to look upon the forensic art artIn artin artin
In Its true educational value but It is en entered entered entered ¬
tered into by most students simply for forthe forthe forthe
the purpose of winning honors Natural ¬
ly then only those students enter who whoare whoare whoare
are quite certain that they will be bechosen bechosen bechosen
chosen on the team while the large ma ¬
jority of students who would otherwise otherwiseenter otherwiseenter otherwiseenter
enter do not take part partCALIFORNIA parte partCALIFORNIA
e I ICALIFORNIA
CALIFORNIA RATES RATESTODAY RATESTODAYColonist RATESTODAYColonist TODAY TODAYColonist
Colonist rate of 2500 to San Fran Francisco Francisco Franclsco ¬
cisco Los Angeles and intermediate intermediatepoints intermedIatepoInts Intermediatepoints
points via the Salt Lake Route 17 17West 17West 17West
West 2nd South Phones 1986 19S6CROP 1986CRO 1986CRO1
CROP CRO FAMINE FAMINEIN FAMINEINAUSTRALIAIS IN INAUSTRALIA INAUSTRALIA
AUSTRALIA IS BROKEN BROKENSan
San Francisco Feb 28 2SNews News of the thebreaking thebreaking thebreaking
breaking of the terrible drought which whichfor whIchfor whichfor
for years has paralyzed the industries industriesof
of Australia was brought today by bythe bythe bythe
the steamship Ventura When the ves vessel vessel yeseel ¬
sel left Sydney It was assured that thatrecordbreaking thatrecordbreakIng thatrecordbreaking
recordbreaking crops and plentiful plentifulpasturage plentifulpasturage plentifulpasturage
pasturage would marke the return of ofprosperity ofprosperity ofprosperity
prosperity The lesson learned by the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great famine will put in practice by byt
t ehestablishment of storage systems systemsto
to husband the waters In future for use useIn useIn useIn
In dry years yearsWEDDING yearsWEDDING yearsWEDDING
y
WEDDING AT CHEYENNE CHEYENNESpecial CHEYENNESpecial CHEYENNESpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldCheyenne HeraldCheyenne HeraldCheyenne
Cheyenne Wyo Feb 28 28Qne One of the theprettiest thepretti theprettiest
prettiest pretti st weddings ever witnessed In InCheyenne inCheyenne InCheyenne
Cheyenne occurred at the First Con Congregational Congregational Congregational ¬
gregational church last evening Frank FrankS
S Gleason and Miss Ida Riner being beingthe beingthe beingthe
the principals The ceremony was per performed performed performed ¬
formed by Rev F N Moore of the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church The bride Is the eldest daugh daughter daughter daughter ¬
ter of United States District Judge and andMrs andIrs andMrs
Mrs Irs J 3 T A Riner and is very popular popularwith popularwith popularwith
with all who know her herCELEERATEO herDsnTTfq herOSThTTEP
A bad stom stomach stomII
II DsnTTfq ach is soon xe xej e efl
fl CELEERATEO CELEERATEOSTOMACH j stored to its itsnormal Itsnormal itsnormal
normal condi condition condition condiS ¬
S tion when the thek theBitters theI
I Bitters is used usedr usedreg
k r reg e g Tilarly TilarlyTry ulnrlyTry ularlyTry
Try it and andsee andsee
S
see It cures curesPoor
I
Poor Appetite AppetiteFlatulency AppetitFlatulencyw
Flatulency FlatulencyHeadache FlatulencywHeadache a4tiite a4tiiteN I
Headache HeadacheIndigestion HeadacheSTOMACH
N STOMACH e Indigestion Indiges IndigestionDyspepsia on onQITTEl
QITTEl ITTEJt 5 Dyspepsia DyspepsiaColds DyspepSIaLP DyspepsiaColds
LP Colds Grippe
YOUGET YOU GET A FOOTHOLD FOOTHOLDon FOOT OLb OLbon
on prosperity when you start a asavings asavings asavings
savings account accountEvery accountEvery accountEvery
Every week you should add to tothe tothe totb
the tb strength and value of
your ac account acXunt account ¬
count to the extent that
you are areable areablees I Iableas
able ableas as much as you y u can can spare spareThe spareThe spareThe
The Bank helps you along by giv giving giving ghrlag ¬
ing you 4 per cent per annum annumUTAH annumUTAH annumUTAH
UTAH SAVINGS TRUST TKtISTCOMPANY TRUSTCOMPANY TBUSTCOMPANY
COMPANY COMPANYNO
NO 4 MAIN STREET STREETWhat STREETWhat STREETWhat
What Time ime Is It ItTHONB ItFHONE ItPHONE
PHONE 65 FOR THE CORREC1 CORREC1TIME CORRECrTIME COBBECtTIME
TIME TIMEPhysicians
65 na65 na65ar 65 65IWr
IWr ar tAu uic em emDrunkenness cn cnDrunkennes
Drunkenness DrunkennessPhysicians
Physicians pronounce drunken drunkenness drunkenness drunkenness ¬
ness a adiseaseof disease of the nervous sys system system systent ¬
tem No will power can heal healthe hea1the healthe
the stomach membranes whichhave whichhave which whichhave
have been burned and seared by byalcohol byalcohol byalcohol
alcohol alcoholCures alcoholODINI alcoholORNE
ODINI ODINICures
Cures Whiskey Whiskeyand and Beer Habit HabitORRINE HabitORRINE HabitORRINE
ORRINE removes the craving for liquor
by acting directly on the effected nerves nervesrestoring nervesrestoring nervesrestoring
restoring the stomach and digestive organs organsto
to normal condition improving the ap apitannm appetite appetite
petite and restoring the health No s san sanitarluin n nitarium
itannm treatment or orpubticlty publicity
Tocnrenrithont To cure without patients knowledge buy
ORRINE No 1 1 for voluntary treatment treatmenttray treatmentbuy treatmentbuy
buy ORRINE ORRI ORRINE2io2 ENo 27oZ 2 Price PriceSiperbox PriceSiperboxCure Si per box boxCare boxCure
Cure Effected or Money Refunded RefundedA
A registered guarantee in each box Book Bookoa Bookon Bookon
on Drunkenness sealed mailed free on onrequest onrequest onrequest
request All correspondence confidential confidentialORRINE confidentialORRINE confidentialORRINE
ORRINE mailed sealed on receipt of price priceby priceby priceby
by the ORRINE CO Inc Washington Washln ton D
XOT6oldby Co < ot GOld by 37 rSmith 37Smith 37Smith
Smith Drug Co Salt Lake City CityMust CityThe CityThe
The Enamel Which WhichI
I Is Enamel EnamelMust
Must be more than the shoddy shoddyimitations shopdy1mitations sholdyImitations
imitations which are often put out outunder Qutunder outunder
under that name When you want wantan wantan wantan
an enamel for woodwork stove stovepipe stovepipe stovepipe ¬
pipe Iron furniture or any other otherplace otherp otherplace
place p ace around the house let our ourpaint ourpaint ourpaint
paint man tell you what to use useWeve useTee useTeVe
Weve Tee enamels for all purposes purposesMORRISQN purposesMORRISQN purposesMORRISON
MORRISQN MERRILL CO
28 Main Street StreetBNAMEIJERS StreetENkIELBJtS StretDNAMDLDRS
BNAMEIJERS BNAMEIJERSOur ENkIELBJtSOur DNAMDLDRSOur
Our Glasses Glassesalways U1assesi U1assesialways i ialways
always give the best of satisfac satisfaction satisfaction satisfacton ¬
tion in make style and correctness correctnessThey correctnessThey correctnessThey
They cant be duplicated and they theyalways theyalways theyalways
always stay fitted TOO Thats Thatsone Thatsone Thatsone
one of their beauties beautiesRUSHMER beautiesRtJS
RUSHMER RtJS HMER
73 WEST 1ST SOUTH SOUTHBoth SqUTH SqUTHBoth SOUTHBoth
Both phones Bell 1763 K Indo 1763 1763We 1763Brush 1763J 1763Brush
J
Brush Sale SaleVe
We are overstocked and have cut cutthe cutthe cutthe
the price on all brushes brushesA
A complete line of hair brushes brushesbath brushesbath brushesbath
bath brushes clothes brushes shoe shoebrushes shoebrushes zhocbrushes
brushes and paint brushes to se select seleet solect ¬
lect from fromAn fromAn fromAn
An exceptionally fine hair brush brushon
on sale this week for 35 cents centsSEE centsSEE centsSEE
SEE OUR WINDOW WINDOWREMEMBER WINDOWREMElIBER WINDOWREMEtBER
REMEMBER THE NUMBER r IBER
44 I r4IN lN I N STREET STREETBOTH STREETBOTH STREETBOTH
BOTH PHONES 457 457FIRST 4i 4iAnstee8riceDrogCo 47AsteeBricDru >
Anstee8riceDrogCo Anstee8riceDrogCoI AsteeBricDru Co CoI CoWill
I
I Will uarantee 6uranteeFiRST uaranteeFIRST
FIRST RATE PAINTS PAINTSAND PAINTSAND PAINTSAND
AND PAINTERS PAINTERSMake
Make Spring Datings DatingsBOTH DatingsUarnlil1 DatingsIiim1iii
Uarnlil1 raints raintsBOTH
BOTH PHONES PHONESPRESCRIPTION PHONESI PHONESGODBEPITTS PHO1ESGODBEPITTS
I
GODBEPITTS GODBEPITTSPRESCRIPTION GODBEPITTSPRESCRIPTION
PRESCRIPTION PRESCRIPTIONDRUGGISTS PRESCRIPTIONDRUGGISTS PRESCRIPTIONDRUGGISTS
DRUGGISTS
101 SOUTH MAIN STREET STREETts S REET REETB
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g ts the worst disease
rt H on earth yet the theeasiest theeasiest
B 0 0 0 3 easiest to cure cureManyhave
I WHEN WH N YOU YOUP
P gA 0 I S OSJN OSJNOWMrnTh I KNOW DO pimples OWMrnTh OWMrnThpimples Many Manyhave WHAT spots have havepimples TO on onthe
L i the the he mouth skin sores ulcers ulcersfalltng ulcersfalling In Inthe 10the
falling hair bone bonealns bonepatns bonepain
pain alns catarrh and dont know it la I
BLO BLOoD D POISON Send to DR BROWN
935 Arch St Philadelphia Pa for
BROWNS BLOOD CURE J200 OO per bot ¬
tie lasts one month Sold In Salt Lakeonly Lakeonly Lake Lakeonly
only by F C SCHRAH First South Southand Soutband Southand
and Mala streets treit
I
NEVER BEFORE BEFOREWere
Were WATCHES offered at atthese attheseI these theseprices theseprices
prices pricesLadles I pricesLadies > r1ces r1cesLadles
Ladles 7 Jewel Walthams and andElglns andElgins andElgins
Elgins 20 year guaranteed case
51250 51250Gents 1250 1250Gents
1125Gents
Gents thin model 7 and 15 Jew Jewels jewIs jewnm ¬
els nm Is 750 to SJOOO SJOOONEW t00ONEW OO OONEW
NEW AND UPTODATE STOCK STOCKCarter STOCKCarter STOCKCarter
Carter Jewelry J velry Co
824 MAIN ST STSIGN STSIGN STSIGN
SIGN OF THE BIG WATCH WATCHA
1 ll llA
A A trial or order order order ¬
der is more morec morecon
c con o onylilcing onylilcingthan n v I n clng clngthan clngthan
than all the thetalk thetalk thetalk
talk dont take our ourfor word wordfor wordfor
for it but try tryPreston tryPreston
Preston Flour FlourPRESTON FlourPRESTON FlourPRESTON
PRESTON MILLING CO COPreston coPreston COPreston
Preston PrestonWOfEYBACKSffOES PrestonIdaho Prestonidaho
Idaho Idahof
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WOfEYBACKSffOES WOfEYBACKSffOESZS240 OHE1BAC KSH
ZS240 MAIN STREET STREETifil STREETI STREETcrz
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I crz UTAHS MOST MOSTI MOSTPOPULAR
I ifil POPULARut POPULAR POPULARRAILROAD POPULARRAILROAD
ut RAILROAD RAILROADCURRENT RAILROADCURRENT RAILROADCURRENT
CURRENT TIME TABLE TABLEDepart TABLEDepart TABLEDepart
Depart Daily DailyNo DailyNo DailyNo
No 710s 1 Los Angeles Limited 445 PM PMNo PMNo
No rLos Angeles Express 1201 AM AMNo AMNo AMNo
No 51 For Stockton and Tintlc74o Tintic 74o AM AMNo AMNo AMNo
No 63 For Nephl and Sanpete SanpeteValley SanpeteValley
Valley 800 AM AMNo A ANo AMNo M
No 53 For Garfield 1130 AM AMNo AMo AiNo
No o 65 For NephI ephi 445 13 P PNo PM PMNo
No 61 For NephI and Lynn 830 PM PMArrive P PArrive PMArrive
Arrive Daily DailyNo
No 8 Los Angeles Limited 535 PM PMNo PMNo PMNo
No 2 Los Angeles Express 630 A ANo AM AMNo
No 62 From Lynn and Nephl 950 A1L A1LNo AMNo
No 54 From Garfield 120 PM PMNo PMNo i
No 66 From NephI and Sanpete SanpeteValley SanpetValley I
Valley 435 13Q 130 Pf PMNo I INo
No 64 From NephI 54 54o PM PMNo PMNo PMNo
No 52 From Tintic and Stockton600 PM PMFINEST PMFINEST PMFINEST
FINEST DINING CAR SERVICE IN INTHE INTHE INTHE
THE WEST ONLY O Y DIRECT LINE INETO INETOLOS TO TOLOS TOLOS
LOS ANGELES STAGE CONNEC CONNECTIONS CONNECTIONS CONNECTIONS ¬
TIONS FOR NEVADA NEVADAMINING MINING CAMPS CAMPSCITY CAIPCITY CAMPCITY
CITY TICKET OFFICE
169 South Main St Phones 19S6 19S6J 1956J 19S6J
J J L MOORE Dist Pass Apt AptTime AJrtTime AgtTime
Time Table TableIN
IN EFFECT EFFECTFEB EFFECTFEB EFFECTFEB
FEB 18 1906 1906ARRIVS 1906ARRI 1906ARRIVE
ARRIVE ARRIVSNo ARRI ARRINo4From
No No4From 4 4From From Ogden Chicago ChicagoCity Chi ChicagoOmaha cabO cabOOmaha
Omaha St Louis Ka KaflZa1 515 a m
City and Denver DenverNo
No No8From 8 8From From Ogden Portland X 8 83 n xfl tI a n m mButte m
Butte and San S n Francisco FranciscoNo FranciscoNo6From
No No6From 6 6From From Ogden and inter 83 31 3 a m m mmediate
mediate points pointsNo pointsNo pointsNo
No 12 12From From Ogden Cache CacheValley CacheVaIley CacheValley
Valley points pointsNo and intermediate Int rmedlate U45aai U45aaiNo 1145 am
No IS ISFrom FromChicago Chicago Omaha OmahaOgden OmahaJi OmahaOgden
poInts poIntsNo Ogden Ji and intermediate i i 425 25 p n ffl fflNo mNo2From
No No2From 2 2From From Ogden Chicago ChicagoSt
St Louis Kansas City CityOmaha CityOmaha CityOmaha
Omaha Denver and San cIC
Francisco D13 515 UItF cic P PNo 1 m ill fflNo illNo
No 10 10From From Ogden O ° den Cache CacheValley CacheX CacheValley
l Portland portland and 7JS
Valley Butte
X 135 n m mDEPART m
San Francisco ra IIW p ID IDDEPART
FranciscoDEPART
DEPART DEPARTNo
No o 5 5For For Ogden Omaha OmahaChicago OmahaChicago
Chicago Denver Kansas 71 711
110 fl i m
City and St Louis LouisNo7For 1U a aNo m inNo
No No7For 7 7For For Ogden Portland PortlandButte PortlandButte PortlandButte
Butte San Francisco and in 13fl I 411
termediate points 113D 3 a M MNo mNo inNo m
No 1 IFor For Ogden Omaha
Chicago Denver Kansas
City SL St t Louis and San 13B
Francisco 131 l 3w n n p ffl fflNo mNo IIINo
No 11 11For For Ogden Cache Val ValChicago 1r
ley and intermediate points IiU P m mNo 111No
No 17FClr Ogden Omaha
Chicago and intermediate intermediatepoints gg ggpoints
points 555 p j m mNo inNo
No 3 aFor For Ogden Denver
Kansas City Omaha St LJr flX
Louis and Chicago 05 n P m m mNo9For inNo
No No9For 9 9For For Ogden Cache Val ¬
ley Butte Helena Portland
San Francisco and Inter iiir iiirmediate 1I C
mediate points 114D IIlfmedIate 11fd ttJ Offl OfflD pmD J Ill IllD
D E BURLEY G P A a
D S SPENCER A G P A
City Ticket Office 201 Main Street
Telephone 250 250Note 250NotCeThe 250NoteTbe
Note NotCeThe The train numbers shown above
are Oregon Short Line train numbers and
do not apply to the Southern Pacific Pacifl west westof westtheregf
of Ogden or the Union
Paclfia
theregf theregfor east eas easCURRENT
thereof thereofCURRENT thereofCURRENT
CURRENT TIME TABLE TABLEIn
In Effect Dec 1Othf 10th 1905 19O5LEAVE 1905LEAVE 1905LEAVE
LEAVE SALT LAKE CITY CITYNo CITYNo CITYNo
No 11 for Ogden 1025 A M
No No6 6for 6 for Denver and East 850 AM A 1tL
No 2 for Denver and East 850 P M
No No4 4 for Denver and East 800 8o PM PMNo P Me MeNo NNo
No 13 for Ogden and local points 605 P M MNo AINo alNo
No 10 for Heber Provo and andMarysrale andMarysvale andMarysrale
Marysrale 800 800No A M MNo d dNo
No 8 for Provo and Eureka 500 P pNo M MNo MNo3
No No3 3 for Ogden and West 1110 p pNo M MNo MeNo1
No No1 1 for Ogden and West Westl45 145 P pNo M MNo MNo
No 6 for Oglen and West 1035 1085No A M MNo AINo
No 102 for Park CitY 815 A M MNo NNo
No 112 for BIngham 810 810No A M MNo JlNo
No 114 for BIngham 300 P M MARRIVE MeARRIVE ALARRIVE
ARRIVE SALT LAKE CITY CITYNo CITYNo CITYNo
No 12 from Ogden and local localpoints localPoints localpoints
points 969 M 5ONo AIM AIMNo A M MNo
No fj from Denver and East EastNo 1025 A M MNo1
No No1 1 from Denver and East 135 P pNo M MNo MNo3
No No3 2 from Denver and East 1100 P pNo PM PMNo M MNo
No 9 from Heber Provo and andMarysvale andYar andMnrrsva1e
Marysvale Yar svale 600 PM PMNo P3INo p pNo
No 6 from Ogden and West 840 840No A M MNo MeNo
No 14 from rom Ogden 225 P pNo M MNo MNo
No 2 from Ogaen and West 340 3 PM PMNo P pNo IlL IlLNo4
No No4 4 from Ogden and an West 750 P 1 1No M MNO KNo7
NO No7 7 frbm Eureka and Provo 1000 lO lONo A MNo M MNo
No 101 from Park City 515 PM PMNo P M MNo j jNo
No 113 from Bingham 1060 10oNo A M M115 AINo
No 115 from Bingham 540 54 P pPEPECT M MPEEEECT AIPERFECT
PEEEECT LINING CAR SERVICE SEEVICEAll
All trains exceptNos excePt Nos 1 to 6 inclusive fBClaalvstop iacluslveetop inclusivestop
stop at intermediate points pointsTicket pointsTicket pointsTicket
Ticket office Dooly block Phone 2S 2SI 2SI 25I
I A BENTON O A P D DTHE DTHE Bt BTHE
t
THE LAGOON ROAD ROADSalt ROADSalt ROADSalt
Salt Lake Ogden Railway Co CoSIMON CoSmON CoSIMON
SIMON BAMBERGER BAMBERGERPresident BAMBERGERPresIdent BAMBERGERPresident
President and General Manager ManagerTime Mantgcrrime MantgerTime
Time table In effect Nov J8 = 6 1303 1303LEAVE l 19J3LEAVE O3 O3LEA
LEAVE LEA VB SALT LAKE LAKEI
I 830 11 1 a m 2 430 630 p m mLEAVE mLEAVE rnLEAVE
LEAVE LAGOON
7 30 U m 3 R30a 30 730 14 In
E ST ABLl5t1 EO I I84 I84ocroAu 64
1 1ONE
ONEPRICE ONE ocroAu RlCfT TOrAlIL tL NEVER UNDERSOIlD UNDERSOIlDAt UNfERSOIIQAt UNDER5OCOAt
At 8 OClock This Morning Morningv MorningTHE MorningTHE
THE FOURTH DAY OF OFThe OFThe
The Greatest GreatestLinen GreatestLinen
Linen Sale SaleIn
v In Our History Commences CommencesAs I IAs
As in other years our Linen Sale is the great success of ofthe ofthe I
the town We again demonstrate demon strate our commanding pos position position position ¬
ition in Linens in the west westThere westThere westThere
There are Linens and Linens but the real best lin linens linens Unens ¬
ens that wear and are not duplicated dupliC ated for pattern and andprice andprice andprice
price are bought and sold by byE F Auerbach Bro This Thisis Thisis Thisis
is the reason of the big crowds that swarmed our cen center center center ¬
ter aisles and Linen Section and taxed our extra sales salespeople salespeople ¬
people to the utmost THE SALE WILL BE CONTINED CONTINEDTODAY CONTINEDTODAY CONTINEDTODAY
TODAY TODAYSpecial J JSpecial
Special Bargains in inWalking inWalking
Walking Skirts SkirtsFor
For Thursday All Day Dayailor
650 Tailor ailor Made Walking Walki g Skirts SkirtsFor SkirtsFor SkirtsFor
For 290 290Clean 290Clean 2901i
1i < Clean up sale of all odd walk walkini walking walkI
I IkiQtJ1 ini ing skirts In cheviots serges sergescovert sergesfjyqj
fjyqj 1 covert and Ladies Cloth all allI allcolors alln4ii1ii
n4ii1ii I colors and black Skirts you youli youwould youiqn11
iqn11 rii li 1 i would pay 650 for will be of ofinn offered ofIllIl
IllIl inn lI1 t1 ill fered Thursday only at atDB
290 290DR
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DR COOlS OWSCIPC OWSCIPCWeak KS SCIEHTIHC OEETAHTAHD onTAIN lltD COMPLETE OMPLETECUBEP01t CURE OB OBWeak u
Weak Nervous Restless at atNight Face Pimples and Dark Circles Circlesinder CirclesR
R I Night and Weak Aching Back BackDiseased Backlc inder EyesBashfalMelanchola EyesBashfalMelancholaYouthfal choIIa choIIad
Weak Trem Trembles ¬
Youthfal Folly
M lc Diseased Kidneys Kidne Inflamed InflamedProstate d E bles Varicocele Excessive ExcessiveDrinking ExcesslvoProstate ExcessiveI N
Prostate Despondent Lack of ofEnergy Drinking Loss in Urine Ex Exposure ExEnergy ExEnergy ¬
I TI Energy Ambition and Strength StrengthPoor Str ngth posure Overwork and Worry WorryExhausting WorrYPoor VorryPOOt
Poor Memory Hollowed Eyes Exhausting Dreams DreamsAn DreamsAn DreamsAn
An endless number of men have one or more of the above symptoms and drag drafffrom dragtrom dragfrom
from day to day In despair of a prosperous happy h PY future and well they may for forif torit forif
if neglected their health he 1th is sure to be wrecked by a complete loss of physical DhysJoolmental physJoalmental physicalmental
mental and sexual power powerMy powerMy powerMy
My method completely and permanently revives manhood after aftercureall afteroureall afterourcaII
cureall remedies and aulckcuro specialists fail to even benefit
My scientific systematic course of treatment for weak weaknervous wesJcnervous weaknervous
nervous brokendojen brokendo youths and men who have hrough throughfolly hroughfolly hroughfolly
folly dissipation and excesses unfitted themselves for work worleand workand workand
and the enjoyment of life Is a system that has been beentested beentested beentested
tested many times ovar and proven entirely satisfactory in inevery tnevery Inevery
every case It Is totally total different from the many sickening sickeningpills sickeningplUs ckeningpills
pills and tablets and the th stimulating stomachruining drugs drugsgiven drugsgiven drugsgiven
given by wouldbo specialists sPe iallsts My specific sp ci11c treatment for all allthe allthe 111the
the symptoms Indicating Falling Manhood Is harmless harmlessthough harmleuthough harmlessthough
though so effective as to remove them Immediately It Is Isconstitutional Isconstltutlon isconstitutional
constitutional therefore by purifying and enriching th thsues the theJlOOd theblood
blood strengthening the nervous system nourishing the tie 118mes tiesues
sues the patient becomes strong and healthy with all signs slgnijf I3lgnJf
1 jf f trouble forever gone The treatment Is to the human sys sysand system eyetern
tem what the sap Is to the treeIt buds energy ambition ambitionand ambitionand
and confidence that leaf lea into a prime healthy vigorous vigorousfeellnic vlgorousfeellng vigorousfeeling
feeling of new life
I treat and cure all such pelvic diseases as PILES FISTULA RUPTURE
VARICOCELE HYDROCELE BIX5ODPOISON SKIN DISEASES SORES UL ULjCERS ilLICEBS
jCERS CERS NERVOUS ERVOUS DECLINE and diseases of the IDe the t KIDNEYS BLADDER AND
PROSTATE My method of treating these diseases has proven so successful successfultthat
that I guarantee a a permanentcure permanent cure In in every case accepted and contract by a awritten awritten
rwritten written Instrument to produce permanent p nnent and satisfactory results or refund money moneyIMPORTANT mo moneyIMPORTANTI T TIMPORT
IMPORTANT IMPORT ANi I vjll cure you for less money than you can bs bstreated batreated betreated
treated for by any other specialist In Salt It Lake You may have to como comoto comesto cometo
to me sooner or later in order to be properly cured why not before you youhave youhave youhave
have lost your money In doctoring with cheap unskilled specialists specialistsCURE specialistsI
I 1 CURE OR NO CHARGE CHARGEABSOLUTELY ABSOLUTELY NO CHARGE UNLESS UNLESSSATISFACTION UNLESaSATISFACTION UNLESSSATISFACTION
SATISFACTION IS GIVEN Every patient Is given a written guarantee guaranteeto
I tto to refund every dollar paid for services If they do not receive a corn cornjplete cornI
jplete i pletc lifelong I cure and entire satisfaction and I have made a deposit depositI deposof
I of 50000 In Inthe the bank to secure any contract that is not fulfilled
I CONSULTATION CONSULTATION FREE CONFIDENTIAL AND INVITED A personal perst > nal
thorough and searching examination Is required though If Inconvenient to call
fwrlte write me a full rundescrlI description > tion of your trouble Office hours 9 a m to 8 p m ex
jcept cept Sundays from 9 to 1230 Address or call calliCOOK calliCOOK callCOOK
iCOOK MEDICAL CO 116 S Main IainHUGH MainAnderson Mainilnderson
Anderson Insurace iigeicj I yen C CHUGH
HUGH AUDEESON AJ ERSON Pres EetabHshCa EEtalWfhcc1 FRANK K K POS Po Secy
168 South Main St Salt Lake City j
P O Box QX 977 Telephone TelephonelOS 195 I Ifire
I INSURANCE I
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Aetna A tna ofHartford 14949520
Firemands Fund cf California 5202687
Alliance of England 52I686433 52686133
Franklin FIrer Ftre of Philadelphia 2098373 30983 3
Citlaena C1tbe of Missouri M isourl Policies guaranteed U t eed 4by Ay Hartford > ux 1UUI1l 728 ZG W 911

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