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U Wee WeeK Opens t with a Number of Tran Transactions Transactions TranS ¬
S sactions for Various Kinds Kindsof i iI iof I
of Property PropertyMUCH lropertyMUCH PropertyMUCH
Unusual activity for the first day of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the week marked the transactions yes yesterday yesterday yestorday ¬
terday in n the local real estate market marketSeveral marketSE marketScceral
Several SE eral deals were consummated All Allarchitects Allarchitects A11architects
architects report that they are being beingkept beingkept beingkept
kept busy drawing plans for houses housesPrcm housesFrem housesPrcm
Prcm the present outlook the spring springand sprIngand
J and summer will be recordbreaking recordbreakingin
in the amount of construction work workdene workdcne workj
dene deneW
j W N Dill a commercial traveler travelerfrom travelerfrom travelerfrom
from Tacoma Wash has purchased purchasedfor
for 15000 from fr m the Tunnicliff estate estatei
i 50 51 by 148 feet on State street between betweenThird betweenThird betweenThird
Third and Fourth South It Is Mr MrDills 1IIrDUrs MrDills
Dills Intention to hold the property propertyfor
for a time and later Improve It with a abusiness abusiness abusiness
business block At the time he pur purchased purchased purchased ¬
chased the ground Mr lr Dill is report reported ¬
ed to have said saidSalt saidSalt saidSalt
Salt Lake looks good to me and andtherefore andtherefore andtherefore
therefore I have put my money in lo local local local ¬
cal property I believe great returns returnswill returnsIC eturnswill
IC will be made from careful real estate estateinvestments estateinvestments estateinvestments
investments in Salt Lake There are arefew arefew arefew
few cities in the United States offering offeringsuch offerIngsuch offeringsuch
such opportunities In realty invest investment investment investment ¬
ment as Salt Lake City I mean to toput toput toput
put all the money I have In local prop property propf property ¬
f erty for I realize Salt Lakes advan advantages advantages advanI ¬
tages because I travel all the time timeand timeand timeand
I and have an opportunity to judge judgemany judgemany judgemany
many places placesBuys placesBuys placesBuys
Buys Near Depot DepotWilliam DepotWiIIIam DepotWilliam
William T Oster closed a deal yes yesterday yesterday yesteiday ¬
terday through the agency of Kelsey KelseyGlllespie KelseyGillespie KelseyGillespie
Gillespie with D M Evans where whereby whereby whereby ¬
by he becomes the owner of a lot 74 74by 74by 74by
by 165 feet on West Third South street streetbetween streetbetween streetbetween
between First and Second Weststreets Weststreets West Weststreets
streets The consideration mentioned mentionedin
in the deed was 10000 1t > OOO cash The Theproperty TheIJloperty TheProperty
property will be improved soon Within Within With Within ¬
in two blocks of this property will be belocated beJocated bet
t located the new Rio Grande and Western WestI West Western ¬
I ern em Pacific depot Mr Oster who whocoires whocC whoceires
coires cC > Ires to Salt Lake from Custer Ida Idastated Idatated Idastated
stated that he had great confidence in inthe inthe inthe
the section of the city In which his hisholdings hisholdings hisholdings
holdings are located on accountof account of the theprospective theprospective theprospective
prospective amount of mprovment to tobe tobe tobe
be done In that neighborhood by the therailroads therailroads therailroads
railroads railroadsAnna railroadsAnl1a railroadsAnia
Anna A Robbins of Pasadena Cal Calsold Calsold Calsold
sold yesterday to Mrs Helen Grace GraceThompson GraceThompson GraceThompson
Thompson through the Home Savings SavingsTrust SavingsTrust SavingsTrust
Trust company a lot located in inRemington inRemington inRemington
Remington Park addition on Fourth FourthWest FourthVest FourthWest
West street between Ninth and Tenth TenthSouth TenthSouth TenthSouth
South streets The consideration was
265 Mrs Thompson will build on her hernew hernew hernew
new possession The sale of this prop property property propI ¬
I erty Is said by b realty brokers to indi indicate indieate mdicate ¬
cate the increasing demand for all allclasses allcl allclasses
classes cl ses of Salt Lake realty For sev several several sevoral ¬
eral years past it has been almost im impossible impGsslble liiipossible ¬
possible to dispose of any real estate estatein estatein estatein
in the Remington Park addition additionPlans additionPlans additionPlans
Plans for Houses HousesWare HousesWare HousesWare
Ware Treganza architects are arepreparing arepreparing arepreparing
preparing plans for the following followingResidence followingResidence followingResidence
Residence at Brigjiam and L streets streetsfor I
1 for Louis McCornick to cost approx approximately approximately approximately ¬
imately 14000 The house will ill be beerected beerected beerected
erected of white pressed brick and will willccntairiten willcntain willcntain
ccntairiten cntain ten rooms roomsFor roomsFor roomsFor
For W C Jennings double house on onSecond onSecond onSecond
Second South letween Fifth and Sixth SixthEast SixthEast SixthEast
East Cost to be 9000 Each part of the thebuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building will contain eight rooms Mr MrJennings MrJennIngs MrJennings
Jennings will also erect erecvtwo two cottages In Inthe Inthe inthe
the sanie block The cottages will contain containfive containfive containfive
five rooms and will cost 52000 2000 apiece apieceFor apieceFor apieceFor
For Dr D Moore Lindsay on South SouthTemple SouthTemple SouthTemple
Temple between Q and R streets an 8 8room 8room 8room
room house to cost 7000 This residence residencewill resIdenceviII
will be fashioned after the halftimbered halftimberedEnglish halftimberedEnglish halftimberedEngllsh
English style of architecture architectureFor
For S A Whitney itney near the corner of ofFirst ofFirst ofFirst
First an ftflf1 A streets an 8room residence residenceto
to cost i000 i000For IOOOFor gQOOFor
For W r Stafford on Ninth East be between between between ¬
tween First and Second South a 7room 7roomcottage 7roomcottage 7roomcottage
cottage to cost 4000For 4000 4000For 4000For
For H F Bramel on Thirteenth East Eastbetween Eastbetween Eastbetween
between Second and Third South a 6room Sroomcottage 6roomcottage 6roomcottage
cottage to cost 3000BIDS 3000 3000BIDS 3000BIDS
Will Be Opened Today TodayStep Step jn jnSettling jnSettling inSettling
Settling Estate EstateBids EstateBids EstateBids
Bids for the furniture and lease of the theCullen theCunen thet
t Cullen hotel will be opened today in the thelaw theaw thelaw
law aw offices of Bramel Street third floor floorT floorD floorD
T D F Walker block blockThis blockThis blockThis
This will be one of the first steps in the thesettling thesettling thesettling
settling of the estate of S C C Ewing for former former former ¬
mer fcwner wner of the Cullen hotel It is ex expected expected cxpected ¬
pected that at least 14000 will be real realized realized realI ¬
I ized from the sale of the lease and the thefurnishings thefurnishing thefurnIsh1ng
furnishings of the hotel There have been beenseveral beenseveral beenseveral
several bids made already alr dy and It Is Isthought jsthought isthought
thought several will be received today todayPAPER todayPAPER todayPAPER
C H Bodel Wall Paper and Paint PaintStore PaintStore
4 Store 3335 East 1st South street streetSalt streetSalt streetSalt
Salt Lake Photo Supply Co CoKodaks CoKodaks CoKodaks
Kodaks developing Main 3d So SoBy SOOWN SoOWN
By keeping a large force of ofmen ofmen ofJ
J men employed the t e year round roundive
Ii we are enabled to select the thebest thebest
4 best workmen workm n They can af afford afford afford ¬
ford to work for us more rea reasonably reasonably rcasonably ¬
sonably than for one who only onlyhires onlyhires onlyhires
hires them occasionally Those Thosewho Thosewho Thosewho
who buy houses from us get the thebenefit thebenefit theI
I benefit of this thisSalt thisSalt thisS
Salt S ltLake ltLakeI Lake LakeSecurity LakeSecurity
I Security Trust TrustIN TrustCo I rust rustI
3234 Main Street street1l Streetu
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Attorneys Attorne s in Federal Court Case CaseEaise CaseRaise CaseBaise
Raise a Point on the Status Statusof StatusofUtes
of ofUtes ofUtesLIQUOR Tltes UtesLIQUOR i iLIQUOR
Do Indians after afterthey they have had hadtheir hadtheIr hadtheir
their reservations opened for settle settlement settlement settleinent ¬
ment and certainparts of those reser reservations reservations reservatlons ¬
vations allotted to them cease to be bewards bewards bewards
wards of the United States govern government government government ¬
ment mentAre
Are the Indians living under such suchconditions suchccnditlons suchccndltlons
conditions citizens of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States If so what are their rights rightsand rightsand rightsand
and privileges privilegesYes
Yes say Judge A C Hatch and andE andE andE
E A Wedgwood to the first question questionFo questionuNo
uNo No Fo says United States Attorney AttorneyJoseph AttorneyJoseph AttorneyJoseph
Joseph Lippman LippmanIn
In the United States district court courtbefore courtbefore courtbefore
before Judge John A Marshall the theabove thelabove thetabove
above questions were argued at length lengthyesterday lengthyesterday lengthyesterday
yesterday morning They came up as asthe asthe asthe
the result of a demurrer to the com complaint complaint cornplaint ¬
plaint of the government in the cases casesof casesof casesof
of the United States vs Thomas and andAlbert andAlbert andAlbert
Albert B Smith who are alleged to tohave tohave tohave
have allowed sheep sh ep to graze on Indian Indianlands Indianlands Indianlands
lands landsUnder landsLnder landsrnder
Under the law It Is an offense pun punJshable punJshable punishable
Jshable by a fine of 1 per head to toallow toallow toallow
allow cattle and horses to graze on onIndian onJndian onIndian
Indian reservations The law states statesthat statesthat statesthat
that the collection of such a fine shall shallbe shallbe shallbe
be In the nature of the collection of ofa ota ofa
a debt and that when the fine Is col collected collected eellected ¬
lected It shall be turned over to the thegeneral thegeneral thegeneral
> general Indian fund fundLand fundLand fundLand
Land Still Is Indians IndiansDuring IndiansDuring IndiansDuring
During October last especially on onthe onthe onthe
the 20th day of that month Smith and andThomas andThomas andThomas
Thomas are alleged to have driven
3700 head of sheep > on a part 1 > Rrl of the theold theold theold
old Uintah reservation The land in inquestion Inqtiestion Inquestion
question now belongs to certain Utes UtesIt UtesIt UtesIt
It was transferred to them in several severalty severalty severalty
ty at the time of the opening of the theUintah theUintah theUlntah
Uintah reservation last summer summeri summerWhether summerWhether
i Whether this land can still be called calledIndian calledIndian calledIndian
Indian lands under the statutes of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Is the matter which whichJudge whichJudge whichJudge
Judge Marshall will wIUbe be called upon to todecide todecide todecide
decide He has the matter under ad advisement advIsement advlsement ¬
visement at present and will In all allprobability aUprobability allprobability
probability give his decision within a aweek aeek aweek
week eek or ten days daysFor daysFor daysFor
For the alleged act of having allowed allowedsheep allowedsheep allowedsheep
sheep to graze on the lands of the theUtes theUtes theUtes
Utes Smith and Thomas were indict indicted Indicted Indicted ¬
ed about two months ago at the sit sitting sitting sitting
ting of the grand jury Each defend defendant defendant defendant ¬
ant was admitted to bail in the sum sumof sumof sumof
of 11500 11500In 1500In 1500 1500In
In his argument to sustain the de demurrer demurrer demurrer ¬
murrer to the complaint of the govern government governmentAttorney governrncnt ¬
ment mentAttorney Attorney Wedgwood brought out outthree outthree outthree
three points The first was to the ef effeet effct cifeet
feet that Indians after they have had hadi hadtleir hadtheir
i their reservations opened for settle settlement set settlemont tIe tIemEnt ¬
ment and have had allotted to them a acertain acertain acertain
certain parcel of ground cease to be bewards bewards bewards
wards of the government They are arein areIn areIn
in fact citizens of the United States Stateshe stateshe
he declared subject to all the rights rightsand rightsand rightsand
and privileges from a a court stand standpoint standpoint standpoint ¬
point of any other citizen They must mustfight mustfight mustlight
fight all their own legal battles alone aloneand aloneand aloneand
and not through the agency of the gov government government govemInent ¬
ernment attorneys office officeThe officeThe officeThe
The second point was in the con construction construction construction ¬
struction and meaning qf the word wordcattle wordc wordcattle
cattle c ttle as applied to the word wordsheep wordsheep wordsheep
sheep The defendants attorneys attorneysargue attorneysargue attorneysargue
argue that the word cattle applies appliesonly appliesonly appliesonly
only to cows and like animals The Thegovernment Thegovernment I Iguvernment
government attorney argues that the theword theword theword
word cattle Is a generic term and andtherefore andtherefore
therefore includes all animals such as asebeep asshwp assIeep I
ebeep hogs and the like likeWhether likeWhether I IWhether
Whether an action for alleged tres trespass trespass trespass ¬
pass of Indian lands is a criminal or a acivil acivil acivil
civil matter was the third point pointbrought pointbrought pointbrought
brought out Attorneys Wedgwood and andHatch andHatch andHatch
Hatch claim that the law states that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the offense being punishable by fine fineonly fineonly fineonly
only must be construed in the nature natureof
of an action to collect a debt and that thatit thatit thatit
it is not therefore a criminal action actionin
in the strict Interpretation of the word wordSays wordSays wordSays
Says Indians I are Citizens CitizensI
If I contend that whenever an Indian Indianreservation Indianreservation Indianreservation
reservation Is opened for settlement settlementthe
the Indians become the same as any anyother anyother anyother
other citizens of the United States Statessaid Statessaid Statessaid
said Attorney Wedgwood last night nightThey nIghtThey nightThey
They are no longer wards of the gov government govrnment government ¬
ernment They are simply citizens citizensThey citizensThey citizensThey
They become property holders not as asaliens asaUens asaliens
aliens but as citizens when the reser reservation reservation reservatlon ¬
vation Is opened and a certain c rtaln portion portionof
of it is transferred to them In severalty severaltyIf
If those Indians In lans have any an grievances grievancesthey grievancesthey grievancesthey
they must state those grievances not in inthe inthe inthe
the United States courts but In the thestate thestate thestate
state courts when the matter Involves Involvesonly involvesonly Involvesonly
only state questions questionsIf
If an Indian who receives land from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the government as the Utes have be becomes becomes becomes ¬
comes a citizen of the United States it itwill Itwill Itwill
will not be unlawful for any individual individualto
to sell that Indian liquor This ques question question question ¬
tion Is not Involved at a present but it itmay itmay itmay
may become so before the case Is ended endedNot endedNot endedNot
Not only the selling of liquor but butmany butmany butmany
many other matters will be decided by bythis bythis bythis
this case The question of the legality legalityof
of sales and leases of land made by In Indians Indians Indians ¬
dians to white persons will also be set settled settled settied ¬
Special to The Herald HeraldMoab HeraldlIoab HeraldMoab
Moab via Thompsons Utah March 5 5At 5At 5At
At about 2 oclock last night James New Newton Newton Newton ¬
ton who was confined in the county jail jailhere jailhere jailhere
here awaiting the action of the district districtcourt districtcourt districtcourt
court on a charge of horse stealing pried priedthe priedthe priedthe
the sheet iron ceiling off the jail In a aplace aplace aplace
place large enough to admit his body bodyand bodyand bodyand
and escaped The sheriff and his depu deputies deputies deputies ¬
ties are following Newtons trail which whichthey whichthey whichthey
they have found beyond Grand river riverNewton riverNewton riverNewtoI
Newton is trYing make his escape on onfoot onfoot onp onfoot
Not the cheapest but the best bestHarry bestHarry bestHarry
Harry Shlpler Commercial Photogra Photographer Photographer Photographer ¬
pher 151 Main St Both phones phonesTime phonesTime phonesTime
Time Temper and Money MoneySaved MoneySved MoneySaved
Saved by having your painting paper paperIng papering paperIng
Ing and tinting done at Geo W TVEberts WEberts WEberts
Eberts 57 Main where they carry the
400000 Roll Wall Paper stock stockCALIFORNIA stockCALIFORNIA stockCALIFORNIA
Colonist rate of 2500 tp San Fran Francisco Francisco Franclsco ¬
cisco Los Angeles and Intermediate Intermediatepoints intermediatepoints Intermediatepoints
points via the theSalt Salt S lt Lake Route 17 17West 17West iiWest
West 2nd South Phones Fhones19S6 1985
ON THE SOUTH SOUTH1tIanufcturers SOUTHManufacturersan
Manufacturers Manufacturersan and Merchants As Association Association Association ¬
sociation to Start for UepM UepMTomorrow Nep1rlTomolTow NepiiiTomorrow
Tomorrow TomorrowMANY TomolTowMANY TomorrowMANY
Any goods any goods goodsAny goodsADy goodsAny
Any goods any clothes any pickles
Theres a big fat drummer acoming
this way
Any goods any an goods
Any goods any clothes clothes any pickles picklestoday plckIestoday picklestoday
Well its a fine new boost In a fine finenew finenew finenew
new way wayTo wayTo wayTo
To the refrain of that immortal ballad balladAny balladAny balladAny
Any Rags fully 500 OO business men and andtheir andtheIr andtheir
their friends will leave Salt lake tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row morning at an early hour to carry carrythe
the get acquainted gosel to the south southern southern southera ¬
ern part of the state The occasion will willbe willbe
be the second of a series of get acquaint acquainted ¬
ed d excursions for business men planned plannedby
by the Manufacturers Merchants as association assedation ¬
sedation of Utah UtahThe UtahThe UtahThe
The first excursion given by the asso association association ¬
ciation was to Logan during the latter latterpart latterpart latterpart
part of January when between 300 o and
400 persons went W t on a friendly invasion of
the northern part of the state As a re result result resuit ¬
sult of this so many Invitations were re received received recelved ¬
ceived by the association to visit the thesouthern thesouthern thesouthern
southern part of Utah and meet the busi business business business ¬
ness men there that from present Indica ¬
tions the second excursion will eclipse the
Many Apply for Tickets TicketsThe TicketsThe TicketsThe
The office of the association headquar ¬
ters 209 South West Temple street was wasalmost wasalmost wasalmost
almost swamped with ticket buyers yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday Gordon H Place manager of the theassociation theassociation theassociation
association was forced to send for a new newlot newlot newlot
lot of tickets early In the afternoon and andby andby andby
by evening when the office was closed closednearly closednearly closednearly
nearly all of the third lot of 100 was sold soldout soldout soldout
out outCalls
Calls by telephone were received nearly nearlyevery nearlyevery nearlyevery
every five minutes during the day and andmany andmany andmany
many tickets were sold in this way All Allof Allof Allof
of these will be delivered today by the theoffice theoffice theoffice
office force free of extra charge chargeThere chargeThere chargeThere
There were a number of visitors in inthe Inthe Inthe
the city from outside points yesterday yesterdayasking yesterdayasking yesterdayasking
asking for information and reporting reportingconditions reportingconditions reportingconditions
conditions in the parts of the state from fromwhich fromwhich fromwhich
which they came Among the earliest of ofthese ofthese ofthese
these was Henry H He Blood of the Kays Kaysville KaysvIIle Kaysyule
yule Milling company who reported that thatfrom thatfrom thatfrom
from ten to twentyfive would go from fromKaysvllle fromKaysvIUe fromKaysvllle
Kaysvllle KaysvllleThe KaysvIUeThe KaysvllleThe
The Brigham City Business Mens club clubtelephoned clubtelephoned clubtelephoned
telephoned to Manager Place early In the theafternoon theafternoon theafternoon
afternoon that a delegation would go gofrom gofrom gofrom
from that town If arrangements were weremade weremade weremade
made whereby they could secure a one onefare oncfare onefare
fare rate for the round trip The conces concession concession concession ¬
sion was secured securedThe securedThe securedThe
The southern part of Sclt Lake county countywill countyw1ll countywill
will be out in force on the trip Frank FrankC
C Howe of the Murray Business Mens MensPromotion MensPromotion MensPromotion
Promotion league reported to Manager ManagerPlace ManagerPlace fanagerPlace
Place at noon yesterday that out of 100 100tickets 100tickets 100tickets
tickets that had been delivered to him himMonday himMonday himMonday
Monday eightyfive were spoken for and andthe andthe andthe
the Indications were that 120 20 would w uld go gofrom gofrom gofrom
from Murray MurrayThe lIurrayThe MurrayThe
The new Business Mens club of Sandy Sandywas Sandywas Sandywas
was not to be outdone by Murray and andtelephoned andtelephoned andtelephoned
telephoned to association headquarters at
1 oclock yesterday afternoon that a spe special special speclal ¬
cial car would have to be recerved for forthat forthat forthat
that delegation delegationGreat delegationGreat delegationGreat
Great Welcome at Lchi LchiJohn LchiTolm LehiJohn
John Y Smith of the Lehi Commercial Commercialclub
club was one of the visitors at the head headquarters headquarters headquarters ¬
quarters of the association during the aft afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
ernoon Mr Smith said saidLehi saidULehi saidLehi
Lehi is preparing a velcome for the theexcursionists theexcursionists theexcursionists
excursionists that they will not soon for forget forget forget ¬
get The entire town will be out in force
the new tabernacle one of the finest
buildings of Its kind In the state outside
Salt Lake will be thrown open for the theguests theguests theguests
guests and we will expect to hear from fromyou fromyou fromyou
you then A big delegation will go from fromthere fromthereto
there thereWord theretoVord thereWord
Word came to the office yesterday aft afternoon attErnoon afternoon ¬
ernoon that every business man in Amer ¬
lean Fork had virtually agreed to close
bis store and go with the excursionists to tothe tothe tothe
the south Many will also go from Provo Provoand Provoand Prvoand
and from all other points along the line
Among the innovations will be the dis ¬
tribution of dodgers on the train con containing containing contaming ¬
taining a complete itinerary and stating statingThe statingat
at what poInts parades will be given givenThe givenThe
The points include Lehi Nephi and andProvo andProvo andProvo
Provo and possibly American Fork The Theparody Theparody Theparody
parody on Any Rags Is also Included Includedon
on the dodger so that the enthusiasts enthusiastsmay enthusiastsmay enthusiastsmay
may have a chance to allow some of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their energy to escape In vocal mu music musIc music ¬
sic sicThose
Those who go on this excursion will willbe wlllbe willbe
be given every attention possible said saidManager saIdJUanager saidManager
Manager Place We have assurances assurancesall assurancesallaIpng
all allaIpng alpng the line that we will be well wellcared welIcared wellcared
cared for and cordially received There Therewill TherewIll Therewill
will be no room for complaint In the thematter thematter thematter
matter of prices for the meals that will willbe wlllb
be b served at Nephi and Provo for that thatmatter thatJ1atter thatnatter
matter is In the hands of the Commer Commercials Commercials CommerdaIs ¬
cials clubs of the respective towns townsMaximum townsMaxImum townsMaximum
Maximum for Meals MealsThese MealsThese MealsThese
These organizations personally assured assuredme
me when I went down the line last week weekthat weekthat weekthat
that they would look out for that At AtNephi AtNephi AtNephi
Nephi the maximum price for a meal will willbe willbe willbe
be 50 cents At Provo the maximum will willalso willalso willalso
also be 50 cents and from that down downto downto
to 25 cents Of course If one orders a ala ala aIa
la carte he must expect to pay regu regular regular regular ¬
lar prices pricesT
T L Foote secretary of the Nephi NephiCommercial NephiCommercial NephiCommercial
Commercial club notified me by tele telephone telephone telephone ¬
phone last night that arrangements had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been perfected for caring properly for foras foras foras
as many as would come The club will willbe willbe willbe
be notified in the morning as to the thenumber thenumber thenumber
number of tickets sold Every indica indication Indication Indication ¬
tion points to a great excursion and an anunqualified anunqualified anunqualified
unqualified success from every view viewpoint viewpoint viewpoint ¬
point pointThe
The Interest that was manifested all allalong allalong allalong
along the line was surprising At every everytown everytown everytown
town between here and Nephi the citi citizens citizens citizens ¬
zens urged me to arrange for longer longerstops longerstops longerstops
stops than were originally planned It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was necessary to refuse to change the theschedule theschedule theschedule
schedule because we want to look out outfor outfor outfor
for the comfort and pleasure of the theex theexcursionists ex excursionists excursionists ¬
cursionists In every manner possible possibleItinerary possibleItinerary possibleItInerary
Itinerary of Trip TripThe TripThe TripThe
The itinerary of the trip which fol follows follows follows ¬
lows does not include one or two stops stopsto
to be made en route to pick up passen passengers pass passengets en engt ¬
gets getsLeave t tLeave
gt Leave ive Salt Lake 750 a m Leave Mur Murray Murray Murray ¬
ray 810 a a m Arrive Sandy 822 a a m mleave mleae mleave
leave Sandy 837 a m 15 minutes Ar Ara Arnyc Arrive
rive Draper 845 a m leave Draper 900 900a
a m 1 15 minutes Arrive Lehi 931 a am am ain
m leave ieave Lehi 1000 a m 30 minutes minutesArrive minutesAITie mInutesArrive
Arrive AITie American Fork 1006 a m leave leaveAmerican leaveAmerIcan leaveAmerican
American Fork 1036 a m 30 minutes minutesAirlve minutesArrIve mInutesArrive
ArrIve Pleasant Grove 1042 a m leave leavePleasant leavePleasant leavePleasant
Pleasant Grove 3100 a a m 18 minutes mInutesArrive minutesArrive
Arrive Provo tt20 a m leave Provo ProvoU35 ProvoU35
U35 a a m 15 minutes mlnuTtes Arrive Nephi
105 p m leave Nephi 305 p m mhcura 2 2hours 2hours
hours Arrive Arrl e Santaquin 30 p m mirrive mleave mleave
leave antaqum 405 p m 15 minutes minuteslrriv minutesaLrrlv
irrive Payson 415 p m leave Payson Paysonj3O
430 j3O p m 15 minutes Arrive Spanish SpanishFork SpanIshFork SpanishFork
Fork 450 45 p m leave Spanish Fork ork 505 505p
p IDs Tn 15 minutes Arrive SpHngviIle
515 p m leave Springvllle 530 30 p m mci5
ci5 15 minutes Arrive Provo 600 p m mleave mleave inleave
leave Provo 930 p m 3 hours Ar Arrive A AriTe Arrhe ¬
rive Salt Lake 1115 p m mSAVINGS mr inSAVINGS
Received at 4 per cent per annum In Interest interest Interest ¬
terest paid pa d each three months monthsTHE monthsTHE monthsTHE
l NK
6 8 and 10 West First South SouthAsk Southe SouthAsk SouthABk
Ask your grocery for Vienna Vlen Br bakery bakerybread bakerybread bakerybread
bread If Its the he Best Beatt
Grand Jury at Caldwell Ida Work Working Working Working ¬
ing on Steunenberg Mur Murder Murder Muraer ¬
der Case CaseMAY CaseMAY CaseMAY
i + r t tSpecial + + + +
Special jo to The Herald HeraldBoise HeraldBoise HeraldBoise +
+ Boise Ida March 5 58he 5Sherlff 5SherlffMosely Sherlff SherlffMosely iff ifflIosely +
+ Mosely announces this evening eveningthat eveningthat eveningthat +
+ that his men followed the train of ofthe ofthe + 4the
+ the men who broke into the pow powder powder 4 +
4 + der house to a point about one and andonehalf andonebalf andonehalf +
+ onehalf miles from the magazine magazInewhere magazinewhere 4
+ where a a small amount of giant giantpow giantpowder +
4 + powder pow er had t been > een cached In a tun tunnel tannel +
4 + nel together with a quantity of ofcaps +
4 4 caps and some fuse The black blackpowder blackpowder +
4 + powder was not found and it is istho Isthe +
+ the opinion of the sheriff that the themen themen +
+ men were only after the black blackpowder blackpowder +
+ powder and broke Into so many manyplaces manyplaces 4
+ places huntins it the others hav havInA hayjng +
4 + inpr none of that kind kindft kindBoise + 4Boise
ft t ttf ttff tt tff f tt ttt ft ftBoise
Boise Ida March 5 5The The grand jury juryat juryat juryat
at Caldwell did not today return in indictments indictments indlctments ¬
dictments against Moyer and his asso associates assoclat associatds ¬
ciates clat B charged with the murder of for former former forj forjmer ¬
mer Governor Steunenberg The pro programme programme programme ¬
gramme for tomorrow Is not known It Itis ItIs Itis
is reported the indictments will be re returned returned returned ¬
turned In the morning and that the theprisoners theprisoners theprisoners
prisoners will be put on the stand to toplead toplead toplead
plead at once but this Is denied The Thenewspaper Thenewspaper Thenewspaper
newspaper correspondents are anxious anxiousto
to find out so they may know whether whetherthey wh whetherthey ther therthey
they will have to turn out to catch the theearly theearly theearly
early train but up to this hour there is isno isno Isno
no conclusive information on the sub subject subject subject ¬
ject The state Is guarding every step stepcarefully stepcarefully stepcarefully
carefully so that the movements each eachday eachday eachday
day shall not be advertised In advance advanceif
if possible
Apprehension Felt FeltSpme FeltS9me FeltSgme
Spme apprehension Is felt over the thepresence thepresence thepresence
presence in Caldwell of numerous numerousstrangers numerousstrangers numerousstrangers
strangers who seem to be dangerous dangerouscharacters dangerouscharacters dangerouscharacters
characters This seems to be shared by bythe bythe bythe
the authorities and they do not care to tohave tohave tohave
have anybody know In advance when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the prisoners are to be taken down It Ithas Ithas Ithas
has been learned that the confession of ofSteve ofSteve ofSteve
Steve Adams clears up the mystery mysterysurrounding mysterysurrounding mysterysurrounding
surrounding the disappearance of two twoof twoof twoof
of the men who dropped out of the theworld theworld theworld
world during the troubles at Telluride TellurideIn
In 1902 One case is that of J W Bar Barney Barney Barney ¬
ney foreman oreman on the Smuggler Union Unionmine Unionmine Unionmine
mine and the otherthat other that of J Wesley WesleySmith WesleySmith WesleySmith
Smith Both disappeared mysteriously mysteriouslyBarney mysteriouslyBarney mysteriouslyBarney
Barney was taken from a livery stable stableby stableby stableby
by a lot of men and was not again againseen a againseen in inseen
seen Smith was preparing to go over overto overto overto
to Colorado Springs to visit his fam family family famIly ¬
ily He left his grip at Ihe hotel and andwalked andwalked andwalked
walked out Since that time he has hasnot hasnot hasnot
not been seen Smith formerly worked workedon
on the Bunker Hill and Sullivan mine mineat mineat mineat
at Wardner He was a nonunion man manand manand manand
and had incurred the enmity of thefederation the thefederation thefederation
federation men What Adams may have havetold havetold havetold
told about the disappearance of these thesetwo thesetwo thesetwo
two men is not known but there seems seemsno seemsno seemsno
no doubt that both cases nave nave been beenfully beenfully beenfully
fully explained explainedCOMMITTEE explainedCOMMITTEE explainedCOMMITTEE
Measures Taken to Prevent Possible PossibleTrouble PossibleTrouble PossibleTrouble
Trouble at Caldwell CaldwellSpecial CaldwellSpecIal CaIdwellSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldBoise HeraldBoIse HeraldBoise
Boise Ida March 5 6Steps Steps are being beingtaken beingtaken beingtaken
taken at Caldwell for the organization organizationof
of a large committee of citizens to as assist assist assist ¬
sist In guarding against any possible possibledisorders possibledis possibledisorders
disorders dis rders there during the trial of the theassassination theassassination theassassination
assassination cases The presence In Inand Inand Inand
and about the town of many men who whodo whodo whodo
do not seem to have any legitimate legitimatebusiness legitimatebusiness legitimatebusiness
business has been observed for some sometime sometime sometime
time timeA timeA timeA
A number numb r of these men have been beenrecognized beenrecognized beenrecognized
recognized as persons who were known knownin
in the Coeur dAlenes during the turbu turbulent turbulent turbulent ¬
lent period there and others have been beenrecognized beenrecognized beenrecognized
recognized as characters from Cripple CrippleCreek CrippleCreek CrippleCreek
No Opportunity Left Open OpenThe OpenThe OpenThe
The fact of the presence of such men menin menin menin
in the town has given rise to the fear fearthat fearthat fearthat
that they are friends of the men ac accused accused accused ¬
cused of the murder and that they theymight theymight theymight
might attempt some desperate move It Itis Itis ItIs
is felt to be the part of wisdom to tomake tomake tomake
make preparations to meet any possi possible possible possible ¬
ble emergency Therefore this commit committee committee committee ¬
tee Is being organized It will be pre prepared prepared prepared ¬
pared at all times to render Instant as assistance assistance assistance ¬
sistance In the event of trouble and andwill andwlll andwill
will assist In guarding the prisoners prisonerswhenever prisonerswhenever prisonerswhenever
whenever these might be where by a asudden asudden asudden
sudden rush of desperate men aid aidcould aidcould aidcould
could reach them No possible oppor opportunity opportunity opportunity ¬
tunity will be left open for any reck reckless reckless reckless ¬
less man to make away with any wit witness wItness witnest ¬
ness nor yet for a band of such men mento mento mento
to rescue those accused of the crime crimeMerely crimeMerely crimeMerely
Merely Prepared PreparedWhile PreparedWhile PreparedWhile
While the citizens do not apprehend apprehendsuch apprehendsuch apprehendsuch
such trouble they realize that such suchthings suchthings suchthings
things are not beyond the reach of pos possibility possibility peesibility ¬
sibility and that if the people should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be caught unprepared irreparable mis mischief mischief mischief ¬
chief might be done To meet all ordi ordinary ordinary ordinary ¬
nary conditions the local force of peace peaceofficers peaceofficers peaceofficers
officers Is ample but if any desperate desperatemove desperatemove desperatemove
move were to be made the conditions conditionswould conditionswould conditionswould
would be extraordinary and would call callfor callfor callfor
for extraordinary assistance immedi immediately immediate immediately ¬
ately ate
Chicago Attorney Employed by the theAccused theAccused theAccused
Accused Miners MinersSpecial MinersSpecial MinersSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldBoise HeraldBoise HeraldBoise
Boise Ida March 5 5Tohn John F Nu Nugent Nugent Nugent ¬
gent of counsel for the defense In the thecase thecase thecase
case of Moyer and others visited the thepenitentiary thepenitentiary thepenitentiary
penitentiary this afternoon In an in interview IntervIew Interview ¬
terview upon his returnhe stated he hewas hewas hewas
was entirely satisfied with the manner mannerIn
In which the men were treated He Hefound Hefound Hefound
found Moyer Haywood Pettibone and andSt andst andSt
St John all In the corridor together togethersmoking togethersmoking togethersmoking
smoking and in good spirits They are aregiven aregiven aregiven
given a halfhour exercise in the morn mornIng morning morning
Ing and again In the afternoon They Theyare Theyare Theyare
are not permitted to get the state pa papers papers papets ¬
pers or to have papers taken to them thembut thembut thembut
but papers sent to them from the of offices offices offlees ¬
fices of publication of outside papers paperswill paperswIll paperswill
will be handed them Their subscrip subscriptions subscriptions Subseriptions ¬
tions have been sent in for several such suchpapers suchpapers suchpapers
papers and when these come they will willhave willhave willhave
have the news of the day Mr Nugent Nugentstates Nugentstates Nugentstates
states the defense will waive the usual usualtime usualtime usualtime
time for pleading after arraignment arraignmentand
and enter pleas of not guilty at once onceWithout onceWithout onceWithout
Without waiver pleas cannot be de demanded demanded demended ¬
manded In less than twentyfour hours hoursT
T F Richardson senior counsel for forthe forthe forthe
the defensewill defense will arrive Thursday Th sdy from
e s >
If You Were Not Waited On Saturday or Yesterday YesterdayCOME YesterdayCOME Yes t rday rdayI
Lots of Bargains Left For Men and Boysi Boys BoysNew BoysLast
i Last Week of I ii i jRemoval
i S Removal Sale SaleNew
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Main iviam if St C wwr w l Main S St StI
Denver ready to argue the habeas cor corpus corpus ¬ I Ipus
pus case In the supreme court on Fri Friday Friday Friday ¬
day It Is said he will be accompanied accompaniedby
by Clarence Darrow of Chicago It has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been asserted and denied that the theJatter theJatterwlII theJatterwill Jatter Jatterwill
will assist but it is the understanding understandingof
of attorneys for the defense that he hewill hewill hewill
will be on hand He is known to have havereached havereached havereached
reached Denver a a few days ago Cap Captain Captain Captam ¬
tain tam W S Swain of Thiels Detective Detectiveagency Detectiveagency Detectiveagency
agency will move his headquarters headquartersfrom
from Spokane to Boise until these cases casesare casesare casesare
are disposed of conducting the business businessof
of his agency from this point His Hisfamily Hisfamily Hisfamily
family will soon arrive and take up upquarters upquarters upquarters
quarters here C M Franch of Chica Chicago Chicago Chicago ¬
go assistant manager of the Thiel Thielagency Thielagency Thielagency
agency left today for Salt Lake and andDenver andDenver andDenver
Denver He expects to return in about aboutten aboutten aboutten
ten days daysKILLED da days1ftD s sKILLED
Montgomery J Ferguson FaIrs FalFsto FaIrsto Fallsto
to Death Ninety Feet FeetDown FeetDown FeetDown
Down Ore Chute ChuteSpecial ChuteSpecial ChuteSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldBingham HeraldBingham HeraldBingham
Bingham March 5 5At At the Yampa Yampamine Yampamine Yampamine
mine last night MontgOmery M ntg mery J Fer Ferguson Ferguson Ferguson ¬
guson a surveyors assistant was in instantly instantl Instantly ¬
stantly stantl killed by falling down a ninety ninetyfoot ninetyfoot ninetyfoot
foot chute Ferguson was employed by bythe bythe bythe
the Burton Brothers surveyors with a acorps acorps acorps
corps of engineers working in the mine mineIt mineIt mineIt
It appears appears that Ferguson became sep separated separated separated ¬
arated from the party and made an anattempt anattempt anattempt
attempt to cross the chute It is be believed belleved believed ¬
lieved his foot slipped and he plunged plungedheadlong plungeheadlong plungedheadlong
headlong to the bottom A watch found foundon foundon foundon
on him had stopped at nineteen minutes minutespast minutespast minutespast
past 4 oclock Three hours later his hisbody hisbody hisbody
body was found It happened that no noore noore noore
ore was thrown down the shaft thus thuspreventing thuspreventing thuspreventing
preventing his body from being man mangled mangled mangled ¬
gled An inquest was held this after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon by Justice of the Peace George B BLee BLee BLee
Lee and a verdict of death by accident accidentreturned accidentreturned accidentreturned
returned returnedMonte returnedfonte returnedMonte
Monte Ferguson as he was known known own to tohis tohis tohis
his friends In this city was born in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Nov 20 1850 He was the son of ofJames ofTames ofJames
James Ferguson and Phyllias Ferguson FergusonHe
He received recelv d his education In the public publicschools pubUcschools publicschools
schools of this city clt Later he studied studiedmining studiedmining studiedmining
mining and surveying He followed min mining mining mm mming ¬
ing In Park City for the past fifteen fifteenyears fifteenears fifteenyears
years ears He obtained a position with Bur Burton Burton Burton ¬
ton Bros surveyors and accompanied aparty a aparty aparty
party of engineers to Bingham Sunday
It was while completing some work at atthe atthe atthe
the Yampa mine that he met death He Hehad Hehad Hehad
had contemplated < > d returning to Garfield GarfieldSunday GarfIeldSunday GarfieldSunday
Sunday to finish some engineering work workat workat workat
at the smelters smeltersThe smeltersThe smeltersThe
The deceased is a brother of James X XFerguson XFerguson XFerguson
Ferguson Fergus Ferguson Mrs Kate KateBurton KateBurton KateBurton
Burton and Mrs I David > avid Keith all of this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city The body arrived In this city last lastevening lastevenIn lastevening
evening evenIn The funeral services will be held heldfrom heldfrom heldfrom
from Mrs Kate Burtons home 118 Second Secondstreet Secondstreet Secondstreet
street Wednesday afternoon at 2 oclock oclockfGET oclccle oclccluGET oclockGET >
Manufacturers Merchants excur excursion excursion excursion ¬
sion to Nephi March 7th Join us In Ina Ina Ina
a great cause Special train leaves leavesvia leavesvia leavesvia
via Salt Lake Route 750 a m mD mD inp inD
D J 1 SHARP COAL CO COTelephones COTelepbones COTelephones
Telephones 719 73 Main street New Newstock Newstock Newtock
stock of Crested Butte anthracite anthraclteaU anthraclteaUsizes All Allsizes alls12e2
sizes sizesEat s12e2Eat
I r rEat
Eat your lunch at the Palm garden gardenat
at the Royal RoyalWe RoyalBI RoyalBAtI
We We have just received a com complete complete cornplete ¬
plete assortment of fine bathing bathingcaps bathingcaps bathingcaps
caps which should be of great greatinterest greatInterest greatinterest
interest to ladles who belong to tothe1 toth toth4
the1 th swimming club as well as to toothers toothers toothers
others who take a plunge at the theSprings theSprings theSprings
Springs or the Sanitarium They Theyafford Theyafford Theyafford
afford the best protection for the thehair thehair thehair
hair and should always be worn wornin wornin wornin
in the water wat r especially during duringwinter duringwinter duringwinter
winter weather when there Is Isdanger isdanger Isdanger
danger of taking cold coldfWhere coldSCRA coldSCJIRAMWS
< Where the Cars Stop StopThe StopThe SthpThe
The Great Prescription Drug DrugStore DrugStor DrugStore
Store Stor
They Rush to Street Scantily Clad Cladand Cladand Cladand
and Carrying Their Portable PortableBelongings PortableBelongings PortableBelongings
Belongings BelongingsBLAZE BelongingsI BelongingsBLAZE
Fire broke out at 1045 oclock last night nightin
in J r L Karrs barber shop 204 South SouthState SouthState SouthState
State street in the basement of the theJenkins theJenkins theJenkins
Jenkins block The Th damage is estimated estimatedat
at 4000 1000 The fire was caused by an anoverheated anoverheated anoverheated
overheated water jacket connected with withthe wIththe withthe
the barber shop
The fire was first discovered when whensmoke whensmoke I Ismoke
smoke oozed through the floor In the therear therear therear
rear of the Dayton Drug companys companysstore companysstore companysstore
store which occupies the ground floor floorof floorof floorof
of the building An alarm was tele telephoned telephoned telephoned ¬
phoned to the fire department The bar barber barber barber ¬
ber shop door was smashed In by the thefiremen thefiremen thefiremen
firemen and the chemical apparatus was wasused wasused as asused
used until a line of hose was put in inoperation inoperation inoperation
operation The flames had eaten through throughthe
the partition into J W Jenkins sad saddlery saddlery saddlery ¬
dlery store where some damage was done doneIn donein donein
In the basement where the stock was wasstored wasstored wasstored
stored Another line of hose was laid laidin laidin laidin
in from Second South street and in less lessthan lessthan lessthan
than half an hour the fire was extin extinguished e extinguished tin tinguished ¬
guished guishedThe guishedThe guishedThe
The occupants of the rooming house housein housoin housein
in the second and third stories of the thebuilding thebuilding thebuilding
building were given a scare Many of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them rushed out to the street partly partlydressed partldressed partlydressed
dressed They carried their portable be belongings belongings belongings ¬
longings In their arms James McPher McPherson
son who rooms at S3 East Second South Southstreet Southstreet Southstreet
street over the Occidental cafe which whichjoins whichjcins whichjcias
joins the Jenkins block climbed out on onthe onthe onthe
the roof McPherson had his clothes with withhim withhim withhim
him and dressed on the roof Scrambling Scramblingto
to the edge of the building he looked lookedover lookedover lookedover
over and shouted for a ladder He was wasinduced wasinduced wasinduced
induced to come down the fire escape escapein
in the rear of the building buildingMr buildingIr buildingMr
Mr Ir Karr said last night that he had
3000 worth of fixtures and stock in his hisshop hisshop hisshop
shop It Is covered by 1500 Insurance InsuranceWithin ImmranccVithin lasuranceWithin
Within the past month Mr Karr has hasspent hasspent hasspent
spent about 250 25 in fixing fL ng up the base basement basement basemeat ¬
ment and bath rooms His loss Is es estimated estimated estimated ¬
timated at 800T 800 800J
J 3 T W Jenkins said that his loss amount amounted ¬
ed to about 200 and that his stock was wasfully wasfuIIy wasfully
fully covered by insurance Most of the thedamage thedamage thedamage
damage in the saddlery and harness shop shopwas shopwas shopwas
was done by b water waterMechanics watere waterGARFIELD waterARFIftD e
GARFIELD BUilDING BEGUt BEGUtMechanics llEllNMechanics
Mechanics Start to Work at atNew atNew atNew
New Smelter Town TownMill TownMillProgressing TownMillProgressing1 Mill MillProgressing
Progressing ProgressingWork
Work on the first buildings that are areto areto areto
to grace the new smelter town of Gar Garfield Garfield Garfield
field at the point of the themountain mountain 0 west westof westof Westof
of this city was commenced under the thedirection thedlrecdon thedirectIon
direction of General Superintendent SuperintendentJames Superlnt SuperintendentJames ndent ndentTames
James A Anderson yesterday morning morningWeather mornIngWeather morningWeather
Weather permitting rapid progress will willbe willbe willbe
be made from now on onFor onFor onFor
For a week or more trains have been beendelivering beendelivering beendelivering
delivering material at the site and the thereport thereport thereport
report is that sufficient is now on the theground theground theground
ground to insure steady employment to tothe tothe tothe
the mechanics that have been and andwhich andwhich andwhich
which will be employed emplo ed as opportunity opportunityoffers opportunityoffers opportunityoffers
offers offersEverything offersEverything offersEverything
Everything Is also nearly ready for forthe forthe forthe
the rearing of the big steel and iron ironstructures ironstruotures ironstructures
structures that will constitute the thebuildings thebuiIdlpgs thebuildings
buildings of the Utah Copper C01 > Der com companys companys cornpanys ¬
panys great gr t milling plant A great greatdeal greatdeal greatdeal
deal of material is already at the site siteand siteand siteand
and more is promised during the next nextfew nextfew nextfew
few weeks weeksSEN weeksSEND weeksSEND
Guard Officers VoteDown Vote pown DowrrSug DowrrSuggestion Sug Suggestion Suggestion ¬
gestion of Colonel l HM HMH H1M1H1
H H1 Lund LundThe Lund1The
The commissioned officers of the Utah UtahNational UtahNational UtahNational
National guard met last night and select selected selected selected ¬
ed six names to be submitted to Coy Governor C4JVernor Coyernor ¬
ernor Cutler for the appointment of an anadjutant an11djutant anadjutant
adjutant general The list follows Ben Benner Benner Benncr
ner X Smith Willard Young Youn Samuel C CPark CP CPark
Park P rk E A Wedgwood Miles Taylor Taylorand Talorand Taylorand
and Richard W Young YoungThe YoungThe YoungThe
The name of Colonel H M L H Lund Lundwas Lundwas Lundwas
was presented at the meeting meotingbut but it itwas itwas Itwas
was voted down The officers met last lastnight lastnight lastnight
night In the basement of the armory armorywithout firmorywithout rmoI rmoIwithout
without notifying Colonel Lund who is isthe isthe Isthe
the senior officer orr cer of the line There Therewere Therewere Therewere
were twenty out of the twentyfdur twentyf ur of officers offlcers offleets ¬
fleets in attendance atte ance ancef
Bid Offered on B B1 H H1 Schettlers SchettlersBrigham SchettlersBrighanl SchettlersBrigham
Brigham Streef Property PropertyWill PrQpertyWill FropertyWill
Will ConsIdered beConsideredThe be ConsIderedThe
The creditors of the defunct B H
Schettlor bank and all others interested
in the matter have been called by Ref Referee Refree Refree ¬
ree Charles Baldwin to attend a a meet ¬
ing to be held at 10 oclock this morn
Ing at his office to consider the a aceptance aeeptanco aceptance
ceptance of the offer of the Los Angelr s
men for the Brigham street property
The creditors have been holding out
for 23000 for this piece of property but
the highest bid bt that has h fJ been mad < > rvi rviit Co Coit i
it Is 21000 which was as offered some timo timoago timeago timoago
ago by a Los Angeles firm This off offvwill offWUI of ofwill
will be withdrawn today toda unless accept l
by the creditors Many of the credi creditors eredtorn i itors ¬
tors are urging its acceptance It mear mearonly me meonly < m monly > = <
only 1 per 1000 difference on the toW totafindebtedness
Irdebtedness due to deposits and thry thrythink the thrthink r rthink
think it is best to accept this offrr offrrrather oCprrather offrrather
rather than to take chances on a f fture fture fture
ture sale at an advanced figure figureCALIFORNIA figureCALIFORNIA
Colonist rate of 2500 2 OO toSan Fran Francisco Francisco Franclsco ¬
cisco Los Angeles and Intermediates Intermediatespoints intermedlatopoInts Intormedjatopoints
points via the Salt Lake Route it 1
West 2nd South Phones 1986 1986Dr 1986Dr 1986Dr
Dr Tolhurst Dentist D ntist
210 Templeton Building BuildingDIED BulIdingDIED BuildingDLED
Monte J Ferguson a native of Salt
Lake aged ed 46 years
Funeral services will be held at the fam ¬
ily residence 118 Second street tomorrow tomorrowafternoon tomorroWafternoon tomorrowafternoon
afternoon at 2 oclock oclockSLADB oclockSLADEIn oclockSLADEIn
SLADB SLADEIn In Los Angeles March 4 Harr
Slade brother of C C and Fred Slali Slaliof Stab Stabof
of Salt Lake LakeFUNERAL LakeFTJ1EBAL
Funeral services over the remains of < > f
Miss Iiss Lola Maddison who died last Frida v vIn
In Chicago will be held at 3 oclock thi thiafternoon thiafternoon thiafternoon
afternoon at the home of her mother 1
Progress flats corner Third East ail
First South streets The services will b bconducted l lconducted lconducted > >
conducted by Rev F F Eddy of ttv ttvFirst H t
First Unitarian church and friends of ofthe n nthe rfthe
the family will be welcomed welcomedCURES welcomedCURES welcomedCURES
F C Schramm Sells Hyomei Under UnderGuarantee UnderGuarantee UnderGuarantee
Guarantee That it Costs Noth Nothing Nothing Nothing ¬
ing Unless It Cures CuresNot CuresNot CuresNot
Not until Hyomei was discovers discovershad discoerpJhad discoverelhad
had it been possible to say truth truthfully truthfully truthfully ¬
fully that a remedy for catarrh was wasknown wasknown wasknoD
known knownHyomei knoDHyomei knownHyomel
Hyomei cures the worst cases r flf flfcatarrh rfcatarrh > f fcatarrh
catarrh simply by breathing the rem remedy remedy remedy ¬
edy through the pocket Inhaler that thatconges thatcoiiies f fcoI
conges coI coiiies 1es with every outfit Using the thfttreatment thAtreatment thetreatment
treatment in this way for a fev fevminutes fe feminutes fcaminutes
minutes four times a day every par particle particle partide ¬
ticle of air taken in the air passages passagesand passagesand g gand
and lungs is laden with germkilling germkillingand
and healthgiving Hyomel HyomeiStomach HyomelStomach HyomelStomach
Stomach drugging drug ing Qftngk oftcl otteauses causes dir disordered di diordered dirordered ¬
ordered digestion and 3rnl11btar jeVtar makr makra <
a permanent cure of catarrh Hyomei Hyomeinot
not only kills the gernis germs in fnTthe n the throat throatand throatand throatand
and nose no but penetratesto th the irImi irImitest r rIriitest Irn Irntest
test air cells in the lungs lnn and enters entersthe ent entr5the < > rg rgthe
the oloo blood > l v itr the oxygen killing the thecatarrhai t1J t1Jcatarrhai thecatarrhai
catarrhai germs in th thi blood bloodThe bloodTht bloodTue
The > complete Hyomei outfit con consisting I Isisting esisting ¬
sisting of a vestpocket inhaler ansi an1medicine anImedicine ansimedicine
medicine dropper and a bottle of ofHyomei 01Hyomei ofHyomel
Hyomei costs only Jl 1 If this doe doenot dO docsriot > 1 1not
not effect a complete cure extra bot bottles bottles linttIes ¬
tles can be obtained for 50 O cents centsF
F C Schramm knowS kno knoflfrnany tlf niany 8ny peopT peopTwho peopiwho peor peorwho
who have been purgd I1 = gjE catarrh by byHyomei hyH byHyomei
Hyomei H omei He believes in It so thorough thoroughly ¬
ly that he offers to refund tle money moneyin mone monein
in case it doesnot does not cure cureFor cureFor cureFor
For sale by F C Schramm corn cornrFirst cornFFirst cornFirst
First South and Main streets wher wherthe wherthe wherthe
the cars stop stopI
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