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THE SALT LAKE HERALD MONDAY lIO jAY MARCH 5 1906 3
GOOD STORIES STORIESABOUT STORIESIf
If ABOUT ABOUTANIMALS ABOUTANIMALSNJ ANIMALS
0 0Frenchman
NJ Frenchman Rescued From ron a Ditch BitchInto Ditchlnto DitchInto
Into Which He Had ad Fallen Fallenby FallenbytisThg1
by bytisThg1 bytisThg1SbARE His Dog DogSCARE DogSOARE
1
SCARE SbARE CAUSED CA SED BY A RATILIGHT RAT RATALIGHT RATLIGHT
ALIGHT LIGHT OF A GIRL WHO GOT GOTNERVOUS GOTNERVOUS GOTNERVOUS1
NERVOUS NERVOUSNew
V New N York ork American Americantly AnerLcRecmtIy
R RecmtIy In tly it occurred to ono of the theJPhiladdphia thePhiladcl the4Phi1adLptht
JPhiladdphia Philadcl a patrolmen that It would bo boh borcHof boL
h L relief in n tho th lonely hours of the morn mornIns morn1ng morning
Ins watoh Ltoh if 1 he took his dog to share sharethe abaratho 3barUthe
the woary woir oary vigil He did so and tho dog dogsoon dogSoon dogi
i soon OOfl got into the habIt of following his histoaster hisbltutcr hisS
S toaster to tho station house standing stDn In Inline InUno Inline
line when the th roll was called and accom accompanying IlacomJanj1ng accomJanrng ¬
panying him cvcrywhare cc cverwh wl1aro on his beat By ByQfiffToos Byt
64 t QfiffToos aTOas the actual act aLduttcs duties oi o a policeman policemanfccemed polIcemanM
3 fccemed M cmcdto med to bedomiiiainlllur b OmJa nU1ar to the dog It Itrequired Itroqulred ItT
T required only on one experience with a aBleeping afleoping aBleeping
Bleeping tramp freezing tre J1Dg In an alleyway alleywayon
on n the policemans licenian3 boat to show the theclever thecI theelvr
clever cI wr animal what WCB required of oi him 111mh himThereafter himIherafter
Thereafter h t Rex Re who Is 1 a a fine fInespecman fInespecmanf specimen specimenOf
Of f tho St Bernard breed spent most of ofids of111s ofhl
ids hl time whon whnnon on duty nosing up alley alleyways nlle nlleW1ys alleywayz ¬
ways peering pe llng under wagons searching in indoorways InloorwSa InV
V doorways hunting in gutters and snif sniffing sniffing sniff1ug ¬
fing around dark corners always on the thewaton thewatoh thewatch
watch for some wayfarer wayarer dead to the thesvorld theand thevorld
svorld and likely Uk ly to bo b dead in actual actualfact actualfact actualtact
fact unless unl SS speedily t l1y restored to conscious consciousness consciousness cou5cIousness ¬
ness nessRes nessRe3 nessB63
Res adopted his own method of pro probedura probedUIe trokedure
bedura when he found such cases Run Running RUnhIng Runblng ¬
ning to his master mnst r he caught et his coat coatand coatand coatand
and dragged him to the lh spot where the thefreezing thetreezIng thefreezing
freezing tramp or Inobrlat lay Not un until until un1Il ¬
til the man had been transferred to the theUmbulanca thekmbulahce theLimnbulalic
Umbulanca or patrol wagon was Rex ever eversatisfied eversntstled everntIst1ed
satisfied to resume his search for other otherunfortunates otherunfortunates otherUnfortunates
unfortunates unfortunatesFrom unfortunatesFrom Unfortunatesirroni
From the th search s rcb for men who had fall fallen falltm falln ¬
en n unconscious by the wayside to the re recovery recovery recovery ¬
covery of lost l t children was a L natural and andEasy andcacy andeasy
Easy transition Rex grasped the idea ideatjuickly IdeaQU1ckly ideaquickly
quickly that a child crying in the midst midstof midstot midstof
of a group of sympathizers was pretty prettySure prc prettyEuro > tty ttysure
Sure to be lost In the daytime when whenhis whenWs whenhis
his master was sleeping Rex who seems seemsto seeInsto seemsto
to be able to get along almost without withoutrest withoutrest withoutrest
rest will wander the streets looking J oking for forlost forlost forr
r lost children Occasionally he makes makesmistakes makesmistakes makesmistakes
mistakes and half frightens to death some someyoungster someyoungster someyoungster
youngster who Is not lost but Is merely merelyIn
In tears over one of the numerous vicls vicissitudes viclsaltudes vicls1tudes ¬
situdes of infant life lifeIn utaIn Iif Iifc
c In addition to his cleverness in rescu rescuing rescuIng rescuIng ¬
ing freezing wayfarers and bringing to tothe tothe tothe
the station house strays from the family familyfold familyfold familyfold
fold Rex has to his credit the finding of oflo
10 1 0 less than fIve fires in the smoldering smolderingcondition smolderingcondItion cmolderingcondition
condition that taken in time can bo boquenched boquenched bequenched
quenched with a bucket of water With WithIlls WIthhis Withhis
his keen scent Rex smells fire long be before before ¬
4 fore the presence of the smoke Issuing Issuingfrom issuingLom Issuingfrom
from some crevice discloses the danger to tothe tothe tothe
the watchman In this way he has saved savedthousands savedthousands savedthousands
thousands of dollars worth of property propertyOwes propertya propertyOwes
a S S Sf
f Owes His H is Life to His H is Dog DogHow DogHow DogI
I How apt Is the description of the th dog as asthe asthe asJ
J the friend of man Is shown sh > wn by The fol following following 101I ¬
I lowing story Four young men from Se Se17ones Senones
ones 11 In the Vosges were returning at atright atrJght atLight
right from the frontier and walking in inIndian InIndian InIndian
Indian file when one of them named namedChampy namedChampy namedChampy
Champy blinded by a snowstorm snowsto fell fellInto feUSnto fellInto
Into a ditch by the wayside and his hiscomrades hiscoII1l3des hiscomrades
comrades not observing the accident accidentwent accidentvent 1 1went
went on without him Happily for Cham Champy Clmmpy C1mmpy ¬
py a dog that was with them stayed be behind behind behind
hind and kept him company and when whenhis whenhis whenhis
his comrades missed Champy and came cameback cameback cameback
back to look for him they found the thefaithful theI
I faithful animal stretched out on top of ofhim ofhlIn ofhim
him doing its beet to keep him warm warmThe wapnThe warmPhe
The young man was conveyed to a neigh nelghfcv neighrlng neighIring
fcv > rlng farm and gradually restored to tom tonsciousness tonsclousness
m onsciousness His hands were badly badlyI badlyfrostbitten
I r Prostbitten frostbitten and it was nearly a month monthbefore monthMfora monthbefore
before he was able to get out and about aboutegrain aboutj
j j egrain but if it had not been for the pro protection pr prtootIon prtection ¬
tection against the extreme cold afforded affordelJ affordeibim j
J him by the dogs body b dy he hI would not have havelived hayelIved havelived
lived until morning morningDog morningDog morningDog
Dog Has No Psychic Life LifeJohn LifeJohn LifeJohn
John Burroughs poet and nature stu student student student ¬
dent says A dog has no psychic life lifeHe lifeBe lifeBe
Be has no intellect He has only what whatthe whatthe whatthe
the psychologists term t nn sensememory sensememorythat sensememoI1that
that is mmory by association The dog
has become bec me half human from ages of as association association associatlon ¬
sociation with man so you can affirm affirmalmost affirmalmost affirmalmost
almost anything an thlng of him except the fac faculty faculty ¬ I Iulty
ulty of thought and of abstract memory
My M neighbor up In the country had a dog dogthat dogthat dogthat
that was always scrapping with my mydog mydog mydog
dog One day my dog died After that thatwhenever thatwhencver I Iwhenever
whenever I walked w lked abroad and met my myneighbors myreighbors I Icighbors
neighbors dog he never failed to look lookall JookaU lookall
all around nroun me for his late enemy as asmuch asmuch as2nch
much as to say sa I dont see your dog dogV1em dog2iere
Where 2iere Is your dog What has become of ofjour ofrour ofour
jour our dog That was memory by asso association assocIation assoclaUon ¬
ciation
Scare Caused by Little Rat RatMost Ratost RatMost
Most ost women are afraid of rats ratssom ratssomLttlrS ratssomebeing some somefclng
being more easily il frightened than others othersbut othersbut othersbut
but all are more or less adverse to hav having havirS hay1Ig ¬
irS them th m around One particular young youngsociety youngV oungs0iet
V society s0iet woman in Kansas City holds h lds the thepalm thepaim theh
h palm when it comes to fear of the little littleCray little11a littleray
Cray 11a ray pests She almost goes into hys hysterics hvstforics hystories ¬
tories every time a rat or a mouse no nomatter nomatt nomattr
matter matt r how ho small shows h ws itself In sight sightof si ht htof
of her And iMs xtreme dread and fear fearof fea feaof fearof
of rats r is caused caus d her to arrive very ver late lateat latet
at t a dinner recently recentlyShe recentlyShe recentlyShe
She was in her room on the second secondfKor secondfbor secondfi
fKor fi or of her home getting ready for the thehappy thelappy the1appy
happy event when the rustle of a piece pieceIf pieceof j jof
of If piper in the corner attracted her at attention t ttfntlon ttntIon ¬
tention She looked in that direction directionevery directionEery directionvery
every fiber of her he body quivering and andtne andtr1e andte
tne terrorized young woman sprang upon upona
a trunk to escape the horrible fate she sheanticipated shea sheantIcIpated
anticipated anticipatedThe a tJclpa ted tedThe
The rat not being disturbed grew bold1 bold1cr bold boldn boldas
cr a as < 5 the minutes slowly slowJ dragged along alonefor
fr the girl Slyly ShI aid slowly he sniffed sniffedhere sniffedh sniffedhere
here h re and there all the timo watching watchingTELLS Wathit WathitTELLS waf wafTELLS I
TELLS BY BYTHEIR BYTHEIR BYTHEIR
THEIR SLEEP SLEEPcan
1 1 can tell by my little littleones 1ittleones littleI
I ones sleep when a cold is iscoming iscoming iscoming
coming on said a mother motherwhen mothervhen motherwhen
when speaking of the advance advancesymptoms advancesymptoms advancesymptoms
symptoms of colds in children childrenThey childrenU childrenThey
U They toss about are restless rest restless restless ¬
less their breathing is heavy heavyand heavyand heavyand
and there are symptom of ofnight ofnight ofnight
night sweats The next morn morning morning rnorning ¬
ing I start with Scotts s Emul Emulsion Emulsion Emulsion ¬
sion The chances are that thatin thatin thata
in a day ay or two they are all all6ver allbver allbver
bver it it1 Their rest is again againpeaceful againpeaceful againpeaceful
peaceful and the breathing breathingnormal breathingnorma1u breathingnornial
normal normalHeres norma1uHeres nornialHeres
Heres a suggestion sugg on for forall forall fora
a all mothers Scotts Emul Emulsion Emulion ¬
4 sion ion alwavs always has been almost almostmagical almostmagical almostmagical
magical in its action when whenused whenused
11 used as the ounce of preven prevention prevention prevenI ¬
I tion Nothing Nothingseenis seems to to over overScotts overcome overI ¬
I come chi1 child weakness quite so soeffectively sor1
r1 effectively an and quickly as asScotts asf
f Scotts Emulsion Emulsionicorrosjsowht
1 icorrosjsowht QT io fOP1 > il 6 cWV cWVt
t
TAKE 1 UP CUASE OF THE IDAHO SUSPECTS SUSPECTSGovernment SUSPECTSGovernmelJt SUSPECTSGovernment
Government Denounced at a Meeting in Chicago for the th Arrest Arrestof
of Moyer Haywood and Pettibone PettiboneOscar Oscar Neebe NeebeAmong NeebeAmong NeebeAmong
Among the Speakers
Chicago March 4 4At At a meeting here heretoday poretoday heretoday
today of the Industrial Workers of the theWorld theWorld theWorld
World an organization recently recentlylaunched recentlylaunched recentlylaunched
launched for the purpose of uniting la laboring laboring Iaboring ¬
boring men and socialists A M r Si Simons SImons simona ¬
mons editor of the International So Socialist SocIalist Soclallst
cialist Review was vigorously ap applauded applauded applauded ¬
plauded when he denounced the gov government government guyernment ¬
ernment authorities for the arrest of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the men accused of complicity In the theassassination theassassination theassassination
assassination of exGovernor Steunen Steunenberg Steunenberg Steunenberg
berg of Idaho IdahoVe IdahoWe
We Ve are growing In strength and andnearlng andnearing andnearing
nearing a crisis he said We are areREPRESENTED areREPESENTEOTIIE
1 REPRESENTED REPESENTEOTIIE m COUNTRY COUNTRYGerman COUNTRYGerman
German View of the Trip of the thePresidents thePresidents thePresidents
Presidents Daughter to the theOrient theOrient theOrient
Orient Last Year YearBerlin YearBerlin YearBerlin
Berlin March 4 4Prof Prof Albretch AlbretchWlrth AlbretchWirth AibretchWlrth
Wlrth of Munich today contributes a asigned asigned asigned
signed article to Der Tag on the possi possibility posslb1l1ty possibility ¬
bility of President Roosevelt and Em Emperor Emperor Emperor ¬
peror William exchanging visits Pro Professor Protessor Professor ¬
fessor Wirth has ha connections with the theforeign thetoreJgn theforeign
foreign office and his suggestions suggestionstherefore suggestionstherefore suggestionstherefore
therefore have a n certain interest interestCongressman interestCortgressman interestCottgressmau
Congressman Nicholas Longworth Longworthand Longworthan4
and an4 Mrs Longworth are expected In InBerlin inBerUn inBerlin
Berlin in May he says This Is not notthe notthe notthe
the first time that the presidents presidentsdaughter presidentsdaughter presidentsdaughter
daughter will have represented the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States diplomatically Her HerJourney Herjourney Herjourney
Journey to East Asia had an official officialcharacter otllclalcharacter officialcharacter
character which was expressed expr sed by her heraccompanying heraccompanying heraccompanying
accompanying a member of the cabi cabinet cabinet cabinet ¬
net netPresident
President Roosevelt himself Is not notpermitted notpermitted notpermitted
permitted to leave American territory territorybut
but as an American warship Is Ameri American Amencan ¬
can territory territor as President Roosevelt Roosevelthas
has already proved In practice why whycannot whycannot whycannot
cannot the president give another ex example ¬
ample by vlsitlng Kiel Emperor Wil William William Wil11am ¬
liam could then chose a return visit of ofthe ofthe i ithe
the same form going on a warship to towaters towatErs towaters
waters near Washington These visits visitswould visitswould visitswould
would add much to the mutual friend friendship friendship friendship ¬
ship of the two countries countriesTurkish countrIesCONCESSION countriesCONCESSIONIS
CONCESSION CONCESSIONIS IS GRANTED GRANTEDTurkish GRANTEDTurkish
Turkish Government to Admit AdmitAmerican AdmitAnlerican AdmitAmerican
American Educational Ma Materials Materials Materials ¬
terials Duty Free FreeConstantinople FreeConstantinople FreeConstantinople
Constantinople March 4 4It It Is declared declaredin I Iin
in official quarters that orders have been beensent beensent beensent
sent to Belruit Syria to refund the cus customs customs custorus ¬
toms duties paid under protest on con consignments consignments consignments ¬
signments of educational material des destined destined destined ¬
tined for the American schools sch oJs there and andthe an anthe andthe
the future to admit such consignments consignmentsduty consignmentsduty I Iduty
duty free but communication on the sub subject subject ¬ I Iject
ject has not yet et been sent to Mr Lelsh Lelshmann Lelshmaln Leishmann
mann the American minister minI5t r here hereA hereA hereA
A dispatch from rom Constantinople Feb 28 28said 28said 28said
said that the American legation was as ur urgently urgently urgently ¬
gently Impressing on the porte the neces necessity necessity necessitir ¬
sity for prompt official recognition of the thedemand th thdemand thedemand
demand that the American scholastic In Institutions institutions Institutions ¬
stitutions ct t Belruit and elsewhere be en entitled entitled entitled ¬
titled to Identical treatment with the theschools theschools theschools
schools of other nationalities Recognition Recognitionwas
was promised at the time of the American Americannaval AmerIcannaa1 Americannaval
naval demonstration In August UXH and andin a1din andIn
in some quarters the Impending visit of ofRear ofRear ofRear
Rear Admiral Sigsbees squadron to Bel Belruit Belrult Beiruit ¬
ruit was thought to be in connection with withthe withthe withthe
the question but the American n legation legationpointed lesatlonpointed legatlonpointed
pointed out that the visit of the Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can ships was part of the ordinary pro programme programme programme ¬
gramme of the squadrons squadro s cruise in the theMediterranean thelI theMediterranean
Mediterranean MediterraneanOFFICERS lI MediterraneanOFFICERS
6 6OFFICERS
OFFICERS ELECTED ELECTEDSan ELECTEDSan
San Francisco March 4 4At At the themeeting themeeting themeeting
meeting of the Fishermens Protective Protectiveunion Protectiveunion Protectiveunion
union of the Pacific coast and Alaska Alaskatonight Alaskatonight Maskatonight
tonight tlie following officers were wereelected wereelected wereelected
elected electedPresident electedPresident electedPresident
President Ed Anderson secretary secretaryI secretarI
I N Hylen treasurer E Anderson Andersonagent Andersonagent Andersonagent
agent at Seattle Hans Goranson agent agentat
at Astoria H M Lortzen San Fran Francisco Francisco Francisco ¬
cisco yielded the honOr to Astoria for forthe forthe forthe
the holding of the next conference of offishermen offishermen offishermen
fishermen which will convene at the thelatter thelatter thelatter
latter place on March 12 A committee committeeto
to draw up a schedule of wages and andpercentage andpercentage andpercentage
percentage for the coming season was waselected waselected waselected
elected the same to report at the next nextmeeting nextDaeet nextmeeting
meeting Daeet g March 9 9All 9AU 9All
r
All firstclass restaurants and homes homeshave homehave home3have
have Vienna bakery bread breadSITUATION breadT breadSITUATION breadSITUATION
I T
SITUATION ALARMING ALARMINGHelslngfors
I
4 Helsingfors Finland March 4 4Daring 4Daring + f
4 Daring robberies which are being beingcommitted beingcommitted + 4committed
committed In Finland are terrorizing terrorIzingthe + 4 4the
the population They are attributed attributedmainly attributedmainly attributedmainly +
mainly to Letts and Esthonians who wholied + f fMfled
Mfled fled from the Baltic provinces butf butfi but butthe butthe +
i > the alarming feature Is the social socIaldemocrats socialdemocrats + f
f democrats who are strcng in the thef thegrand +
+ 4 f grand duchy and are sympathizing sym sympathizingwith > athizing athizingwith +
+ + f with and showing 9ho ing a disposition to toward +
+ 4 ward making common cause with withthE withthe + I
+ the revolutionists across i ross the gulf gul gulIt + 4DEVOID
+ It 4 t + t 4 + + + + + 6 + t + t + + 4 + t 4 + + t 4 4I 4DEVOID + t + t + + + + t tDEVOl
I
DEVOID D OF LEGALITY LEGALITYSt
St Petersburg March 3 3At At a meeting meetingtoday meetingtoday meetingtoday
today of six thousand members of the theIndustry theIndustry theIndustry
Industry and Commerce association a aresolution aresolution aresolution
resolution was unanimously passed that thatRussias thatRus thatRussias
Rus Russias ias prosperity was dependent upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the liberties granted in the imperial man manifesto manIfesto manifesto ¬
ifesto of October 30 last which must be beincorporated beIncorporated I
incorporated in the fundamental laws of ofthe ofthe
the empfre and that the present pro procedure procedure procedure ¬
cedure governing bodies Is devoid of all alllegality alllegaJltr alllegailty
legality and cannot longer be tolerated toleratedwithout toleratedwithout toleratedwithout
without gravest menace to the country countryand countryand countryand
and the dynasty dynastyMURDER oynastyMURDER dynastyMURDER i
B
MURDER IN CHINATOWN CHINATOWNSan
j San Francisco March 4 4Lem Lem Chung a aChinese aChinese aChinese
Chinese cook was shot six times on the thestreet thestreet thestreet
street in front of his room today and andwalked andwalked andwalked
walked ten feet to his quarters and fell felldead telldead felldead
dead in the roadway The murderer a aChinese aChinese aChinese
Chinese leaped through an alley leading leadinginto leadinginto leadinginto
into a vacant lot There were several severalwitnesses severalwltnesseq severalwitnesses
witnesses to the shooting Policemen are areInclined areinclined areInclined
Inclined to think that the murder was the theoutcome theoutcome theoutcome
outcome of a love affair between the dead deadChinese deadChinese ead eadChinese
Chinese and the wife of the man who whofired whofired whofired
fired the half hal dozen shots all of which whichI whichtook whichtook
I took effect effectIho effecttho effectIho
Iho girl with his bright little eyes He Hewould Hewould Hewould
would disappear for a few minutes and andthe andthe andthe
the young womans terror would Increase Increasefor increasefor increasefor
for while she could hear him rummaging rummagingaround rummagingaround ummag1ngaround
around in the room she could not tell tellhow tellhow tellhow
how close he was to her herFinally herFfnaU herFinally
Finally FfnaU a cab drove up to the front frontgate frontbate frontgate
gate and a stylishly dressed young man manstopped manstopped meanstopped
stopped out and was W3 ushered Into the theparlor theparlor theparlor
parlor parlorCome
Come right In Mr said the girls girlsmother glrl glrlmother grlamother
mother Elizabeth will be dovn in a aminute aminute aminute
minute minuteBut minuteBut minuteBut
But the minutes came and the minutes minuteswent minuteswent minuteswont
went and the young man looked at his hiswatch hiswatch hiswatch
watch very nervously many times as he hesaw besaW heaw
saw the hour set for the dinner pass passTho passTI10 passTim
Tim girls mother thinking to be very verypolite verypolite verypolite
polite remained In the parlor to enter entertain entertain enterthin ¬
tain her daughters escort The hostess hostessgiving hostessb hostessgiving
giving b lng the dinner wore an anxious look lookas lookas lookas
as her friend did not arrive and other otherguests otherguests otherguests
guests wondered why wh the dinner was be being bein beleg ¬
leg in delayed delayedFinally delayedFInal delayedFinally
Finally FInal the mother excused herself and andwent an anweht andweht
weht to see If she cpuld hurry her daugh daughter daughter daughter ¬
ter And what do you You u suppose she saw sawHer sawHer sawHer
Her daughter was still standing on that thattrunk thattrunk thattrunk
trunk with the few skirts she had on onpulled onpuUed onpulled
pulled as high as she could get g t them and andthe andthe andthe
the rat was playing unconcerned in n ncorner n ncorner acorner
corner oblivious of the trouble ho had hadcaused hadcaus hadcaused
caused caus
strong enough to prevent them from fromhanging fromhanging fromhanging
hanging those men In Idaho Our lives livesmust liVesmust ffiresmust
must be given before before wepermit them themto themto themto
to hang hangAnother hangAnother hangAnother
Another speaker at the meeting was wasOscar wasOscar wasOscar
Oscar Neebe one of the Haymarket Haymarketrioters Haymnrketrioters Haymarketrioters
rioters who has not been heard in pub public public publie ¬
lic since his conviction Imprisonment Imprisonmentand
and subsequent release A subscription subscriptionamounting subscrIptionamounting subscriptionamounting
amounting to 200 was made for or the thepurpose thepurpose I
purpose of assisting the officers of the theWestern theWestern theWestern
Western Federation of Miners In the thodefense thedefense thedefense
defense of Moyer Haywood and Petti Pettibone Pettibone Pettibone
bone and their comrades who are un under under under ¬
der arrest in Idaho IdahoUPON IdahoATTACK IdahoATTACK
ATTACK UPON THE THEATRES THEATRESArchbishop THEATRESArchbishop THEATRESArchbishop
Archbishop Glennon of St StLouis StLouis StLouis
Louis Deplores Tendency to toPatronize toI toPatronize
I Patronize Playhouses PlayhousesSt
St Louis March 4 4ln In a sermon deliv delivered dellvered dclivered ¬
ered today by Archbishop J J Glennon
he severely criticized critIciz theatres and nd de deplored deplored deplorcd ¬
plored the tendency of people to patron patron1ze ¬
ize them He said in part partIs
To go night after nIght to the theatre
Is a mark of decadence You avoid tho thocancer thocancer thecancer
cancer hospital and the pest house while whilenight whilenIght whilenight
night by night you rush madly to enjoy
the sad procession of moral lepers ex exposed exposed cxposed ¬
posed amid tho plaudits of the multitude
the cancerous growths the deadly vices
that destroy the souls of men
Roue and demimonde are depicted depictedwith depletedwith depictedwith
with startling realism and mens deprav ¬
ity and d womens shamelessness are held
forth as the expressions cxp essions of genius and
fit means for entertaining < a Christian Christianpeople ChrIstianpeople Christianpeople
people peopleYou peopleYou peopleYou
You say even still there is genius back backof backof backof
of It all Yes perhaps per aps But it is only onl onlthe
the genius that guilds the tomb the thophosphorus thephosphorus thephosphorus
phosphorus that accompanies the last laststages laststages laststages
stages of purification putrlflcatlonJAPANESE putrlflcatIonJAPAN j jJAPANESE
JAPANESE JAPAN ES EENTERP ENTERPRISE ENTERPRISERapid R I SE SERapid
Rapid Extension of Merchant Marine MarineSince MarineSince MarineSince I
Since Close of War WarWashington WarWashIngton WarWashington
Washington March 4 4Consul Consul General
Rodgers at Shanghai reports that since sincethe sincethe sincethe
the close of the war with Russia Japan
has entered actively upon the extension extensionof
of her merchant marine marineHe marineHe marineHe
He refers to semiofficial reports that
Japanese ships win soon reach every port porttouched porttouched porttouched
touched by Pacific waters and says the theshipbuilding theshlpbullding theshipbuilding
shipbuilding companies of Japan are arebuilding arebuilding arebuilding
building new vessels repairing old ones onesaltering onealtering onesaltering
altering captured craft and adapting adaptingeverything adaptingeverything adaptingeverything
everything they have afloat to secure the thecarrying thecaITIng thecarrying i
carrying trade of the Pacific PacificConsul PacIfIcConsul PacificConsul
Consul Liefield of Frieburg reports on onGermanys onGermAnYs onGermanys
Germanys completion of the laying of the thenew thenew thenew
new Pacific cable from Shanghai to Yap
In the Caroline islands which he says sayscovers sayscovers sayscovers
covers over 2000 J1J miles clcsing a gap gapthat gapteat gapthat
that makes It the first continuous non nonEnglish nonEnglish nonEnglish
English line to encircle the globe and is islaid Islaid Islaid
laid at the greatest ocean depth of any
In the world and reaching 22966 feet feetVISITING feetVISITING feetvJsifiiiG
VISITING vJsifiiiG TWIN CITIES CITIESImperial CITIESImperial CITIESImperial
I
Imperial Chinese Commissioners See Seethe Seethe Seethe
the Big Flour Mills MillsSt MillsSt v vSL
St Paul Minn March 4 4The The Im Imperial imperial Irnpenal ¬
I
perial Chinese commissioners appoint appointed ¬
ed to make a a study of the commercial commercialIndustrial commercialIndustrial commercialIndustrial
Industrial and educational conditions in inthis inthis Inthis
this country hand and In Europe arrived in inSt inSt inSt
St Paul this afternoon on the way to tothe tothe tothe I
the east The leading eadln members of the theparty theparty theparty
party will spend twentyfour hours in inthe inthe inthe
the Twin Cities whHe whg the secretaries secretariestook secretarIestook secretariestook
took the Burlington train for Chicago ChicagoTomorrow ChIcagoTomorrow ChicagoTomorrow
Tomorrow morning Prince Tsai Tseh Tsehand TS Tshand h hand
and his party will be taken to Minneap Minneapolis nnneapoUs ¬
oils where they will visit the flour flourj flourmills flourmills
j mills In the afternoon the commis commissioners commissioners commissioners ¬
sioners return to St Paul where they theywill the thew1l1 theywill
will Inspect the state capitol The par party party party ¬
ty leaves for the east tomorrow night nightMOBS nightMOBS nightMOBS
MOBS MAINLY MADE MADEUP MADEUP MADEUP
UP OF MERE YOUTHS YOUTHSSpringfield YOUTHSSpringfield YOUTHSSpringfield
Springfield 0 March 4 tThe The militia militianow mlUtianow militianow
now on duty here will return home to tomorrow t tmorrow tmorrow ¬
morrow The city has been quiet all to ¬
day The body of the dead brakeman
Davis was taken tothe to the home of his par parents parents pareats ¬
ents at Columbus today toda todaEvidence
Evidence has been secured against about
300 3C persons including many mere boys boysAn boysAn boysAn
An Investigation shows that the recent recentmobs recentmobs recentmobs
mobs were made up almost wholly of ofyoung ofyoung ofyoung
young men from 16 to 21 years y ars of age agePOLITICAL ageT agePOLITICAL agePOLITICAL
T
POLITICAL PRISONERS PRISONERSRELEASED PRISONERSRELEASED PRISONERSRELEASED
RELEASED BY CASTRO CASTROCaracas CASTROCaracas CASTROCaracas
Caracas Venezuela Wednesday Feb
28 President Castro has released General GeneralRoman GeneralRoman GeneralRoman
Roman Guerra and several se era other political politicalprisoners politIcalprisoners politicalprisoners
prisoners The president presi nt has gone to toMaracay tolfaracay toMaracay
Maracay
General Guerra who was formerly min minister minIster mm mmIster ¬
ister of war was Imprisoned by President Presidentalleged PresidentCastro PresidentCastro
Castro in November ovember 1901 because of his hisaUeged hisalleged
alleged participation in a conspiracy conspiracyagainst conspiracyagainst conspiracyagainst
against Castro CastroSalt CastroSalt CastroSalt
Salt Lake Photo Supply Co CoKodaks CoKodaks
Kodaks developing Main 3d So SoARRIVED SoARRIVED SoARRIVED
ARRIVED FROM MANILA MANILASan MANILAS MANILASan
San S n Francisco March 4 4After After a aleisurely aleisurely aleisurely
leisurely trip from Manila the navy
transport Lawton Captain Charles F FPond FPond FPond
Pond arrived yesterday with seven sevenpassengers sevenpassengers sevenpassengers
passengers and 150 men of the navy navywho navywho
who have served their time on the ves vessels vessels ¬
sels of the Asiatic fleet fleetThe fieetThe fleetThe
The Lawton was In a severe south southwest southwest southwest ¬
west storm off this coast last Friday Fridayand FrIdayand Fridayand
and lost a a man overboard He was wasAugustine wasAugustine wasAugustine
Augustine Nable ordinary seaman seamanwho seamanwho
who was assisting the quartermaster quartermasterIn
In making deep sea sounding when a alurch alurch alurch
lurch of the ship threw him over the therail theran therail
rail
PLEDGED TO SECRECY SECRECYScranton SECRECYScranton SECRECYScranton
Scranton Pa March 4 Twentyone in independent indtpendent independent ¬
dependent anthracite coal operators met methere methere methere
here Saturday in the office of W V L LConnell LConncll LConnell
Connell The meeting was quietly con conducted conoucted cononcted ¬
ducted and it Is understood those pres present present present ¬
ent were pledged to secrecy as to what whattranspired wl1attranspired whattranspired
transpired Immediately after the meet meeting meethS meetlug ¬
lug Mr Connell went to Philadelphia sup supposedly supposedly supposodly ¬
posedly to confer with President Baer of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Reading comphny companyFIVE comphnyFIVE comphnyS comphnyFIVE
S
FIVE PER CENT C NT RAISE RAISECleveland RAISECleveland RAISECleveland
Cleveland March 4 4The The American Win Window Window Window ¬
dow Glass coripany It was announced announcedhere announcedhere announcedhere
here today has decided upon upq another anotherraise anoth anotherraise r rraise
raise of five per cent in the price of win window window window ¬
dow glass effective tomorrow Several Severalsmaller Sev Severalsmaller r J Jsmaner
smaller manufacturers have taken simi similar sIn similar l l1l1 ¬
lar action actionOFFICE actionOFFICE
r r rOFFICE
OFFICE BUILDING BURNED BURNEDPortsmouth BURNEDPortEmouth BURNEDPortsmouth
Portsmouth Vt March 4 4The Tho general generaloffice goneralor1c generaloffice
office building of the Sea Board Air At Line Linerailway Linerallway Linerailway
railway here was damaged 575000 by fr fi1thls fire firethis s sthis
this morning Many valuable records as aswell aswell aswell
well as official papers of President Baer Baerwere Baerwere Baerwere
were burned burnedOFFERS burnedOFFERS burnedOFFERS
OFFERS TO GIVE 1000X10 1000X10Undsborg 1000fQLIndsborg iOOODLindsborg
LIndsborg Kan March 4 4Col Col C A ASmith ASmith ASmith
Smith a lumberman of Minneapolis has hasoffered basoffered hasoffered
offered to give 100000 to Bethany college collegeat
at Llndsborg on condition that the col college college college ¬
lege raise a like sum sumNOTED sumNOTED sumNOTED
NOTED PIONEER PION EER DEAD DEADSt
St Louis March 4 4Dr Dr W T Camp Campbell Campbell Campbell ¬
bell who with his father fath r and three threebrothers threbrothers threebrothers
brothers founded Des Moines Isu died diedIn diedIn diedii1
In StLouis St Louis yesterday ycster ny at the ago of SO SOyears 80ars 50years
years ars
KILLED HIS INVALID tHY ALto WIFE WIFEThen WIFEThen IIF IIFThen
Then Blew His Own OwnHead Head Off OffTerrible OffTerrible OffTerrible
Terrible Deed of a Buffalo BuffaloN
N Y Physician PhysicianBuffalo
Buffalo March 4 4Henry Henry L Whltbeck Whltbecka Wl11tlJeclta
a physician and dentist killed his his wire wirewith Wlrwith wlewith
with a hammer today and then blew out outhis outhis outhis
his brains with a rifle
Wbitbeek walked up behind his wife as asshe asshe asshe
she was sitting in a rocking chair and andstruck andstruck andstruck
struck her a terrific blow on either tem temple temple ternpie ¬
ple with a hammer Then he left the thenammer
hammer on a table and walked Into the
next room where he took up a rifle
Resting the butt end on the floor he
leaned his forehead against the mouth of <
the barrel and pulled the trigger The
top of his head was blown off offitrs
Mrs Whltbeck had been an invalid for formany formany formany
many years She was w s about the same sameage sameage sameage
age as her husband 45 years Whitbeck Whitbeckrecently Whitbeckrecently Vhitbeekrecentb
recently had been a patient atient in a asanita asanitarium sanita sanitahospltol sanltanium
rium Mrs Wl1ltbeck was as taken to a
hospItal where she died soon after afterTRYING afterTRYING J
TRYING TO TODODGE DODGE JAIL JAILFriends JAILFrIends I I IFriends
Friends of Convicted Preacher Ac Active Active Active ¬
tive In His Behalf BehalfOmaha BehalfOmaha BehalfOmaha
Omaha March 4 4Frionds Friends of Rev RevGeorge RevGeorge RevGeorge
George C Ware of Lead S D who as aspresident aspresident aspresident
president of the U B I Cattle company companywas companywas companywas
was recently convicted in the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States district court of conspiracy io de defraud defraud dofraud ¬
fraud the government by means of fraud fraudulent fraudulent fraudulent ¬
ulent homestead entries will appeal to toPresident toPresIdent toPresident
President Roosevelt to remit the jail por portion portion peation ¬
tion of the sentence sent nce The appeal It Is Issaid Issald issaid
said will be made through the Episcopal Episcopaldiocese EpiscopaldIocese Episcopaldiocese
diocese of South Dakota The sentence sentencegiven sentencegiven sentencegiven
given was a fine of 1000 and one years yearsimprJsonment yearsimprisonment I Iimprisonment
imprisonment in the county count jail at this tillsplace thisplace
place lace An appeal to the circuit court of ofappeals ofappeals ofappeals I
appeals was taken by Wares attorneys attorneysSALVATION attorneysSALVATION attorneysSALVATION
SALVATION ARMY AY HOTEL HOTELDYNAMITED HOTELDYNAMITEDBY I
DYNAMITED DYNAMITEDBY BY TRAMPS TRAMPSSt
St Louis Mo March 4 4A A special to tothe tothe tothe
the GlobeDemocrat from Chattanooga ChattanoogaTenn ChattanoogaTenn ChattanoogaTenn
Tenn says A number of tramps who whohad whohad whohad
had been expelled from the foifrstory foifrstorySalvation fo fotirstorySalvation rstory rstorySalvation
Salvation Army hotel secured entrance entranceto
to the hotel today placed nitroglycer nitroglycerine ¬
ine In the stove and escaped just as asthe asthe asthe
the explosion almost wrecked the thebuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building The two top stories were de demolished demoUshed ¬
molished but nobody was hurt as the theoccupants theoccupants theoccupants
occupants had departed a short time timepreviously timepreviously timepreviously
previously Charles KInney was ar arrested arrested arrested ¬
rested later on the charge of having havingparticipated havingparticipated havingparticipated
participated In placing the explosive in inthe inthe inthe
the building buildingNEGRO buildingNEGRO buildingNEGRO
r
NEGRO ORDERED HANGED HANGEDIN
IN KENTUCKY KENTUCKYCOURT COURT ROOM ROOMEvansvllle ROOMEvansville
Evansvllle Ind March 4Judge L Judge Gor Gordon Gordon ¬
don of the Hopkins county Ky circuit circuitcounty
county court has ordered that Barth BarthTompklns BarthTompkins BarthTompkins
Tompkins convicted negro murderer be behanged behanged behanged
hanged in the circuit court room at Mad Madisonville Madisonville Iad Iadi50nvllle
isonville Tompkins killed William WilliamBrame WUJlamBrame WilliamBramne
Brame The county authorities chose a avacant ayacant avacant
vacant lot near the city jail for the exe execution execution cxccution ¬
cution The city authorities objected and andthe andthe andthe
the matter was laid before Judge Gordon Gordonwho Gordonwho Gordonwho
who issued orders to the sheriff to build buildthe buildthe buildthe
the scaffold scaffoldin in the court room roomPHILIPPINE YoomPHILIPPINE roomPHILIPPINE
PHILIPPINE TOWN IS ISDESTROYED ISDESTROYED
DESTROYED BY FIRE FIREf FIREManila
+ f Manila March I rch 4 4Tacloban Tacloban the thef thecapital +
+ f capital of the island of Leyte has hasbeen hasbeen + f ff
+ f been destroyed by fire The finan finanf financIal financial +
+ f cial loss Is reported to be 600000 600000Tacloban 600000Tacloban +
4 + Tacloban was the fifth city of the theIslands + f fIslands
+ Islands and was situated in an im important important +
+ portant hemp district A number numberof +
4 + of warehouses were destroyed +
4 + Government assistance will be berushed berushed + f
4 + rushed rushedt rushedONTHE +
t 6 6 + + 4 + + M + t tcr f fON
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ON ONTHE THE WRONG SCENT SCENTSan SCENTSan I ISan
San Francisco March 4 Detective 4DetectieBurns 4DetectiveBurns DetectiveBurns
Burns of Chicago and Eddie Slavin a atelegraph atelegraph atelegraph
telegraph operator called call d upon Chief of ofPolice ofPoU ofPolice
Police PoU e Dinan last night and said they had hadreason hadreason hadreason
reason to believe that The Mysterious MysteriousMr
Mr Dove who was suspected of shooting shootingand shootingand shootingand
and killing William Bray a chauffeur chauffeuron
on a lonely road near Chicago Nov IS
1904 was wa in this city The chief detailed detailedDetectives detailedDetectives detailedDetectives
Detectives Brunner and Freel to accom accompany aecompan accomnpany ¬
pany pan Burns and Slavin to the residence of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the suspect Brunner got him to come comeoutside comeoutside comeoutside
outside on a pretext and Slavin at once oncesaid oncesaid oncesaid
said he was not the man wanted wantedDr wantedDr wantedB wantedDr
B
Dr Tolhurst Dentist
210 Templeton Building BuildingTOWED BuildingTOWED BuildingB BuildingTOWED
B
TOWED INTO PORT PORTSan PORTSan PORTSan
San Francisco March 4 4The 4Theschooner 4Theschooner The Theschooner
schooner Sadie which has been hover hoverIng hovering hovering
Ing between safety and destruction on onthe onthe onthe
the northern coast near Umpqua Umpquawhere Umpquawhere Umpquawhere
where she recently became waterlogged waterloggedin
in a storm is finally safe having been beentowed beentowed beentowed
towed Into Umpqua The work of dis discharging dischargIng discharging ¬
charging her cargo of lumber is now nowunder nowunder nowunder
under way according to a telegram telegramreceived telegramreceived telegramreceIed
received yesterday yesterdayModern yesterdayModern yesterdayB
B B BModern
Modern Plumolng PlumolngAt
At moderate prices George G Doyle DoylaCo Doy DoyCo DoyleCo
Co 211 11 State street Phone 162 162EXPLICIT 162tt 162EXPLICIT
tt ttEXPLICiT
EXPLICIT DENIAL MADE MADEBoise MADEBoise MADEBoise
+ Boise Ida March 4 4It It is denied deniedby deniedby 4 +
4 + l by > y authorities that Jack Simpkins Simpkinshas +
4 + has been arrested There has been beensuch beensuch + 4
4 + such a rumor it being added that thatSimpkins thatSimpkins 4 +
4 + Simpkins had confessed and sent sentword sentword +
4 + word to Adams to do likewise like 1se The Theimprobability TheImprobability Theimprobability +
+ improbability of such a story and andthe andthe +
4 + the explicit epll it denial by b the authorities authoritiesindicate authoritiesindicate +
4 + indicate it is without foundation foundationt + 4UPRISING
44 + + t 44 + 4 + + 4 + + + + + + 4 4UPRISING t tUPRISING + + + + + + + + + + +
UPRISING SUPPRESSED SUPPRESSEDLondon SUPPRESSEDLondon SUPPRESSEDLondon
London March 5 5Xhe The correspondent at atConstantinople atConstantinople atConstantinople
Constantinople of the Daily Telegraph re reports reports reports ¬
ports severe fighting In the neighborhood neighborhoodof
of Ipek in the vilayet of Kossovol where whereeight whereeight whereeight
eight Turkish battalions suppressed an anAlbanian anAlbanian anAlbanian
Albanian uprising Four other battalions battalionsdispersed battalionsdispersed battalionsdispersed
dispersed 3000 Albanians at Dobrosh Dobroshevske Dobroshevske Dobroshevske
evske near near Mitrovitza MitrovitzaTEA M1trovitzaI MitrovitzaTREE
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RESTORE RESTORESTRENCTH RESTORESTRENCTHDr STRENGTH STRENGTHDn
Dr Williams Wil m Pink Pills Actually ActuallyMake ActJallyMake I IMake
Make New Blood and Good GoodHealth GoodHealth GoodHealth
Health Follows FollowsTbe FollowsThe FollowsThe
The evil effects that follow many dis diseases diseases dineases ¬
eases particuIarly the grip and thewasting the thawasting
wasting fevers such as typhoid audj audjmalaria an anare aumalaria
malaria are caused by the bad condition conditionin
in which these diseases leave the Hood HoodAs boodAs bloodAs I
As a result the flesh continues to fall fallaway fallaway fallaway
away the sufferer grows nervous and andIrritable an I IIrritable
Irritable and even slight exertion causes causesshortness causesshortness causesshortnem
shortness of breath These are danger dangerous ¬
ous symptoms and indicate that the thesystem thesystem I Isystem
system is in a state that invites pneu pneumonia pneumonia pnenmonia ¬
monia bronchitis broachitts or even consumption consumptionWhat consumptionWhat
What is needed is s a new supply of rich richred riohred riolired
red blood to carry health aud strength strengthto
to every part of the body bodyII
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of the grip says Mrs Amelia Hall of ofNo ofNo
No No5 5 High street Norwich NorwichOoun Conn and andcould andcould audcould I
could not seem to get strength to walk walkcoold walkcould t tcooJd
could no not eat a fall meal my stoinachj stoinachjvras stomach stomachwas stomachwas
was so weak and I was so nervous that thatI tha thaI
I could not no sleep I could only stay in inbed inbed inbed
bed a few fewminutes minutes at a time either night nightor nighor
or day The least little thing would wouldstartle wouldstartle wouldstartle
startle me I had difficulty in breath breathing breatheing breathing ¬
ing and had frequent fainting spells spellsMy spellsMy spellsMy
My general genen health was completely completelywrecked completelywrecked completelywrecked
wrecked and I bad neuralgic and rhea rheamatio roeumatfo rheumatlo >
matio pains dyspepsia constipation constipationand constipation1 constipation1and
and female wcakne JS s My physician at attended attended attended
tended me for the grip and again for forthe forthe forthe
the condition that it left me in but I Igot Igot Igot
got no strength from the tonics he prej prejscribed pre prescnDed proscribed
scribed In fact nothing helped me meuntil meuntil meuntil
until I tried Dr Williams Pink Pills Pillsand Pillsand P11hzand
and they cured me meI meI meU <
U I grew stronger and gained flesh fleshfrom fleshfrom fleshfrom
from the time I began taking them l lam Iam
am satisfied that the pills are all that is isclaimed isclaimed iselaime11or
claimed elaime11or for them and audI I shall do all I can canto canto
to make their good qualities known knownDr knownDr I
Dr Williams Pink Pills cure ner nerTOUS nerous I Iyous
TOUS ous disorders of every kind check checkwasting check1wasting I
wasting diseases and build up strength strengthFor strengthFor strengthFor
For booklet address a dress the Dr Williams WilliamsMedicine Wi11iamsiMedicine WilliamsMedicine
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And to do It right you must of neces necessity necessity fecessity ¬
sity have some of the celebrated celebratedPeerless celebratedPeerless celebratedreerless
Peerless Cough Drops Drops5c
5c and 1 Doper 10c per Box BoxIVe BoxVe BoxWe
IVe Ve have also the finest Horehound HorehoundCandy HorehoundCandy HoreboundCandy
Candy ever produced at 40c per pound poundGet poundGet poundGet
Get lOc worth Itll do you good goodWe goodWe goodWe
We always keep a a fine stock of wines winesand wInesand winesand
and liquors on hand for medicinal pun purposes punposes ¬
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Druggist 142 Main St Stiff
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corns sweulag3rostbltes swelllDgs trostbJtes chapped bands bandsbarbed hmdbarbed handsbarbed
barbed wire cuts on animals harness harnessand harnenand hamneasand
and saddle galls mange Itch and all at I hurts hurtsof hurtsof
of man or beast beastAt beastAt boastAt
At druggists in 15c SOC Oc and 91 bottles S3 S3and 13and 3 3and
and 95 5 decorated cans or sent ent prepaid by the themanufacturers themanufacturers themanufaCtUrCrS
manufacturers OLNEY MoDAID McDAIDCHntOHf MoDAIDn MODAIDClinton
Clinton n Iowa if J your druggist cannot cannot8UPPly canmtnppIy
8UPPly
For sale by bySCHRAMMS bySOHRAMMS bySCHRAMMS
SCHRAMMS DRUG STORE STOREWhere STOREWhere STOREI
I Where the Cars Stop StopSalt StopSalt StopSalt
Salt Lake City CityWILL CityI CityI
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I BEST WORK WORKQuality WORKQuality WORKQuality
Quality is remembered long after aftercost aftercost aftercost
cost has been forgotten ORDER ORDERNOW ORDERNOW ORDERNOW
NOW NOWHamlin Hamlin Paints PaintsBOTH
BOTH PHONES PHONESClayton PHONESClayton PHONESClayton
Clayton Music Co GoLeading Coleading CoLeading
Leading Music Dealers
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SALT SALTLAKECITV LAKE CITY CITYAssessment CITYAssessment
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Assessment No 18 18WABASH 18VABASH 18WABASH
WABASH MINING COMPANY PRIN PRINclpal PRINclpal PRINcipal
clpal place of business Salt Lake City CityUtah CityUlahNotlce CityUtahNotice
Utah UlahNotlce Notice Is hereby given that at ai aimeeting a ameeting ameeting
meeting of the board of directors held on onthe ontho onthe
the 10th day of February 190C an assess assessment assessment assessinent ¬
ment of ten cents lOc per share was waslevied waslevied vaslevied
levied on the capital stock of the corpora corporation corporation corporation ¬
tion payable on or before b > fore the 14th day of ofMarch otMarch ofMarch
March 1906 to W V Mont Ferry secreta secretary ¬
ry at room 520 Atlas block West Second SecondSouth SecondSouth SecondSouth
South street Salt Lake City Utah Any Anystock Anystock Anystock
stock upon which this assessment may re remain remain remain ¬
main unpaid on the 14th day of March MarchIDOfv MarchlOO6 March19of
IDOfv 19of will be delinquent and advertised for forHalo torEaIO forsale
Halo at public auction and unless pay payment payment payment ¬
ment is made before will be Bold on the the4th the4th the4th
4th day of April 1906 to pay the delin delinquent delInquent deliaquent ¬
quent assessment asse sment together with the cost costof costof costof
of advertising and expense of sale saleW sateW salew
W MONT FERRY Secretary SecretaryLiocation Secreta17Location SecretaryLocation
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TODAY FOR FOI 3 HOURS IN THE MORNING AND 3 HOURS IN INTHE INTHE
THE AFTERNOON AFTERNOONA AFTERNOONA I
A Wash Goods Opportunity OpportunityTHAT I
THAT MAY NOT OCCUR AGAIN
30 pieces plec s silk finished English POPLINETTES In navy na blue electric electricbrown electricbrown electricbrown
brown and green In great demand for coat and jacket suits A qual quality Quality quality ¬
ity guaranteed to be superior to any 30cent goods on the market marketOne marketea marketOne
One ea ead dress d pattern to t a customer t T Tat 18 18TODAY
at a yard yardTODAY lU lUTODAY
TODAY FOR 3 HOURS IN THE MORNING AND 3 HOURS IN INTHE INTHE INTHE
THE AFTERNOON AFTERNOONThe AFTERNOONThe 4ERNOONThe
The Biggest and Best Percale Bargain BargainThat
That has been here in years Note the time From 9 to 12 a m and andto 2 2to 2to
to 5 p m well sell
100 PERCALES all new spring styles full yard wide The BEST12c BEST12cQUALITY BEST121hcQUALITY BEST24eQUALITY
QUALITY MADE sold ld everywhere at 15c 12 yards to a acustomer 90 90customer rf rfcustomer
customer no more and no less at a yard yardTHIS yardTHIS ard r rTHIS
THIS AFTERNOON FROM 2 TO 5 OCLOCK a a marvelous special specIaUWhite speclaWhite specialWhite
White Embroidered Swisses
500 yards of imported white embroidered Dress Swisses in dots and andfigured andfigured andfigured
figured designs scarce at 45c 12 12yards j jyards
24d 24dyards
yards to a a customer at a yard yardTHIS fr frTHIS
THIS AFTERNOON FROM 2 TO 5 OCLOCK OCLOCKWhite OCLOCKWhite OCLOCKWhite
White English Nainsooks NainsooksAT
AT A GREAT SAVING SAVINGso
80 BOXES WHITE RITE ENGLISH NAINSOOK 12 yards in each box full fullyard fullyard fullyard
yard wide a real fine grade regular price 240 and the best value valueever valueever 1Ii 1Iiever
ever shown at 240 This afternoon from 2 to 5 oclock < C Q
1 box to a customer at a box boxSPECIAL bo boSPECIAL piyo piyoSPECIAL 1 78
SPECIAL ALL DAY DAYA DAYA DAYA
A Great Corset Special SpecialLadles
Ladles extra quality G D Justrlte Corset In drab or white in an ex excellent excellent excellent ¬
cellent 125 grade The seasons seasonsnewest newest shape with front and side sup supporters supt supporters ¬
porters t all l sizes e from18 from j3 to 30 On sale today all day daybut rff
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4 1 Cloak Department DepartmentTODAYSPECIAL DepartmentTODA DePartmentTODAYSPECIAL
TODAYSPECIAL TODAYSPECIALNew TODA Y SPECIAL SPECIALNew
New 1906 dressing sacques made of ofheavy ofheavy ofheavy
heavy French percale style as shown shownIn shownIn
In cut Come In light medium and anddark anddark anddark
dark shades sizes 32 to 44 regular
100 values today toda only onlyFor only1i
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RIEGER LINDLEY LINDLEYThe LINDIJEYThe
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Distributers for Utah Idaho Nevada Nevadaand Xevadnand Nevadaand
and Wyoming WyomingOnly W WyomingI omlng
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buled electric lighted steam heated heatedtrains heatedtrains heatedtrains
trains operating PullmanPalace Sleep Sleepers Sleepers Sleepers ¬
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Only 42 hours hoursSalt and Dining Cars of the very ery latest latestmanufacture latestSalt latestSalt
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Chicago ChicagoCity ChicagoCity ChicagoCity
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WHAT WE DO DOWe DOWe DOWe
We sell Clothing for Ladies Men Menand Menand Menand
and Boys BoysWe BoysWe BoysWe
We trust you on your promise promiseWe promIseWe promiseWe
We sell goods as represented or oryour oryour oryour
your money refunded refundedWe refundedWe refundedWe
We sell el1 on easy terms at lowest lowestcash lowestcash lowestcash
cash prices pricesClothing pricesClothing pricesClothIng
Clothing pressed free I
WHAT WE DONT DO DOWe DOWe DOWe
We dont ask for any references referencesor
or security from your our landlord or oremployer oremployer oremployer
employer employerWe
We make no inquiries from your yourneighbors yourneIghbors yourneighbors
neighbors or friends friendsYou friendsYou friendsYou
You take the goods right along alongwhen alongwhen alongwhen
when you make the purchase and andpay andpay andpay
pay the first deposit
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