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THE TI SALT LAKE HERALD WEDS WDSDAY TESDAY SDAY MARCH 7 1906 19O
FIRM M CHECK ON ONTHE ONTHE ONTHEASSEMBLY
THE THEASSEMBLY THEASSEMBLYBussiii ASSEMBLY ASSEIWBIIRussian
Russian Autocrat Does Not Propose ProposetoPlace ProposetoPlace j jto
to toPlace Place Himself at the Mercy Hercyof
of the People PeoplePOINTS Peoplef PeoplePOINTS PeoplePOINTS
f I
POINTS IN THE MANIFESTO MANIFESTOPARLIAMENT MANIFESTOPARLIAMENT MANIFESTOPARLIAMENT
PARLIAMENT NOT A REPRESEN REPRESENTATIVE R REPRESENTAT1V PRESEN PRESENTATIVE ¬
TATIVE BODY BODYSU BODYSt BODYSL
SU Petersburg Pet sburS March 6 GThe The full fulltext fulltaxt thUtext
text of o an imperial manifesto and laws la lawsrelative W5 W5relative j jrelative
relative to the national assembly as emblY and andOle andthe i ithe
the reorganized council of the empire empirethe empirethe empirethe
the features of which have already alreadybeen alreadybeen alreadybeen
been telegraphed to o the Associated Associatedpress Associatedpress Associatedpress
press throws a flood of light on the thepurpose thepurpose thepurpose
purpose of the government to keep a afirm allrm afirm
firm check on the new Russian parlia parliament parlfament parliameat ¬
ment and to exclude certain subjects subjectsfrom subjectsfrom subjectsfrom
from consideration by b the peoples rep representatives ropresentatives representtjves ¬ I
resentatives The composition of the thecouncil th thcouncU thecouncil
I
council of the empire or upper house houseof
of the national assembly with onehalf onehalfppolnted
appointed by the emperor and twenty twentysjx twentyx
sjx jx x elected from the nobility and clergy clergyot clergyMt
Mt ot counting scattering supporters from
Ether classes seems to insure a con conservative con3ervatve con5ervatjve ¬
servative If f not a pliable majority in inthe Inthe inthe
the council to block the national as assembly assembly assembly ¬
sembly should sh uld the majority of the lat latter latter latter ¬
ter be In opposition op oslUon to the crown crownPower crownPower crownPower
Power Retained RetainedThe RetainedThe RetainedThe
The government carefully retains the thepower thepower thepower
power to promulgate temporary laws
during durln the recesses of the parliament parliamentand parJIamentqnd
and as the parliament is subject to dis dissolution dissolution diesolution ¬
solution by imperial ukase the govern government govern111ent governinent ¬
ment is thus in a position in time of ofstress ofstress ofstress
stress to rid itself of an obnoxious leg ¬
islature and proclaim such laws as it
deems necessary to meet the emer emergency emergfncy emergeney ¬
gency gencyA
A feature of the law which seems ef ¬
fectually to bar the reds from mem ¬
bership In the national assembly Is a aprovision aprovson aprovisfon
provision exactin from persons elected electedan
an a n oath ofrfidelity ot fideUty to emperor auto autocrat autorat autocrat ¬
crat rat and nd holy olY Russia RussiaMentioned RussIllfentioned RushaMentioned
Mentioned Only O ly by Number NumberThe NumberThe NumberThe
The most significant article however howeverIs
Is one retaining r certain provisions of ofan ofan ofan
an > esd et JtiJwI tiggp layvxwhich Y which ig i mentioned mentionedonly mentionedoni mentionedon1
only oni bi li number This InnOcent inn ent looking lookingprovision lookingprovision lookingprovision
provision Is farreaching placing be beyond beo beycuid
yond o d the Jurisdlotlonof the parliament parliamentand
and consigning to existing commissions commissionsof
of f the council of the empire composed composedsolely composedsolely composedsolely
solely of members appointed by the therown therown theTown
rown for consideration consi leration the follow following folIowJng followIng ¬
ing Ing4FirstReports
FirstReports First Reports of the minister of offinance offinance offinahce
finance upon pon the state of the treasury
uS Second condCharges Charges of malfeasance malfeasanceagainst malfeasanceagaInst malfeasanceagainst
against members of the council of the theempire thef theemjlre
empire f > mpre ministers governors general generalnndcommandersInchief generalnnd generaltndcommanderinchlef
nndcommandersInchief nnd of the land or orseObrces orJieCorces orLeiorces
seObrces seObrces1PhirdrThe JieCorcesf1hird LeiorcesPhlrdTlie
1PhirdrThe f1hird Tl1e establishment of stock stockcompanies stockcompanies stockrompanl
companies with th special privileges privilegesFourth privilegesTourthQuestlons privilegesFourthQuestions
TourthQuestlons Fourth Questions relating to the theentailed theDialled theentailed
entailed estates titles of nobility etc etcHeadaeffsnand etcr etcH etcHeadhad
r
Headaeffsnand H f > Neuralgia N = ral a From f omCods omCodsLaxaUve Colds ColdsLaxative ColdsLaxative
Laxative Bromo Quinine Qulni Quininethe e the world worldwide worldivlie orJd ¬
wide re Cold and Grip remedy removes removesthorcauser r removesthrcaus moves movesth
thorcauser th caus C1 l1J for the thefuUTiame full name and andIotfc andiOk
Iotfc 10 > k for signature of E ii W Grove 25c 25cMURDERER 25cMURDERER 25cMURDEREROFMRSI
MURDERER MURDEREROFMRSI OF MRS GENTRY GENTRYSuspect GENTRYSuspect GENTRYSuspect
Suspect Arrested Yesterday at tam Qameron gameron < tameron
eron West Virginia Virginianeeling VirginiavrtceJln Virginia7ceIIng
neeling W Yo Va aiarch 6 6A A man so soing SOingtmder gongnnder
ing ingtmder nder the name of Gregory but be believed beIiev believed ¬
lieved Iiev d to be Frank B Constantine who is iswanted iswa iswaiitd
wanted wa ted in Chicago for the murder of Mrs Irs
Arthur W Gentry Gent on Jan 5 la8t has
been beenarrested arrested at Cameron W V Va where
he b Was as working in a restanrant restanrantChicago restanrantIcago rostanrantThicago
Chicago Icago March 8 IlThe The details received receivednf receivedthe
nf f the suspect under arrest at Cameron
W Va4 Va Are so meager me g8r that tbatit it is impos impossible impossible Impossiblo ¬
sible to determine if the suspect is 1 the theman theman theman
man wanted wantedHUGE wantedHUGE wantedHUGE
HUGE ROOF COLLAPSED COLLAPSEDOn
On Man Killed and Three Injured Injuredat
at Pueblo Colo ColoPueblo ColoPueblo Cob CobPueblo
Pueblo Cole March i iBy By the collapse collapseof
of the concrete roof over a section of the thehuge thehuge thehuge
huge new round house JOUge of the Denver DenverRio DenverIUo vfc vfcRio
Rio Grande railroad which is in course courseof courseIt
of It construction here this afternoon one oneman oneman oneman
man was instantly killed and three others otherswere otherswere otherswere
were badly Injured InjuredDead InjuredDeadBarry InjuredDeedHarry I
Dead DeadBarry Harry Robbie RobbieInjured RobbieJnjured BobbienJuredW
Injured nJuredW W H Mclfadden fcladdenp9rhap porhape fa fatally fatally fatally ¬
tally Oscar O r K Keel el and Bert B tt Walton were wexeboth Wet Wetboth wereboth
both badly b dlycut cut and bruised by y falling fal ng
debris
QUIET ONCE MORE MOREWashington MOREashin MOREVashinton
Washington ashin on March G GA A cablegram re received rereied rerelved ¬
ceived at the state department from from its itsagent Itsagtf1t itsagent
agent in Santo Domingo Domlnfostateg states that the thefew thefeW thefew
few remaining insurgents at Monte Cristo Cristohave Cristo1vo CrlstoIavo
have surrendered and that all is quiet in inthe Inthe Inthe
the republic
ITCHING SCALP I IfALLING 1FLLINS
fALLING HAIR HAIRama
Jame ama Out Constantly ConstantlyHair Hair Finally FinallyHad FinallyHadtoBe FinallyHadtoBe
Had HadtoBe to Be Cutto Save Any AnyScalp AnyScalpNow Scalp ScalpNow
Now in Good Condition and No NoMore NoMore NoMore
More Itching ItchingAnother Another Effective EffectivsCURE EffectiveCURE EffectiveCURE
CURE BY THE THECUTICURA THECUTICURA TIlECIJTICURA
CUTICURA REMEDIES REMEDIESI
If IfImn
I Imn will gladly give you all the infor information information information ¬
mation concerning concerning my case I used usedthe usedthe usedthe
the Cuticura Soap and Ointment for a adiseased adiseased adiseased
diseased scalp dandruff and constant constantfalling constantfalling constantfalling
falling of hair Finally I had to cut cutmy cutmy cutmy
my hair to save any at all Just at atthat atthat atthat
that time I read about the Cuticura CuticuraHemedies CuticuraRemedies CuticuraRemedies
Remedies Once every week I sham shamand shampooed shampooed
pooed my hair wjth ith the Cuticura Soap Soapand Soapand
and I used usedthe the Ointment twice i iIn a week weekIn wcel wcelIn
In two months time my hair was long longenough longenough longenough
enough to do up in French twist That Thatis Thatis Thatis
is now five years agoj and I have a alovely alovely alovely
lovely head of hair The length is issix issix issix
six inches below my waist line my myscalp myscalp
scalp s a1p is in very good condition and andno andno andno
no more dandruff or itching of the thescalp thescalp thescalp
scalp I used other remedies that were wererecommended wererecommended wererecommended
recommended to me as good but with withno withno ith ithDO
no results If you wish to publish publishany publishany publishany
any of what I have written you you youare youare youare
are welcome to do so I am respect respectfully respectfully respectfully ¬
fully Mrs W F Griess Clay Center CenterNeb CenterNeb CenterNeb
Neb Oct 23 1905 1905ROM 1905FROM 1905FROM
FROM THE TIIIII0IIR HOUR OF BIRTHMothers BIRTH BIRTHMothers BIRTIIMothers
Mothers Should Use Cuticura CuticuraSoap CuticuraSoap CuticuraSoap
Soap the Worlds WorldsFavorite WorldsFavorite WorldsFavorite
Favorite FavoriteMothers FavoriteMothers FavoriteMothers
Mothers are ar assured of the absolute absolutepurity absolutepurity absolutepurity
purity and unfailing efficacy of Cuticura CuticuraSoap CuticumSoap CuticuraSoap
Soap and Cuticura Ointment the great greatSkin greatSkin greatSkin
Skin Cure in the preservation and puri purification purification pun punficationof ¬
fication of the skin skinscalp skinscalphair scalp hair and hands handsof
of infants and children For baby ecze eczemas e e emas ¬
mas rashes itchings itchin itchins s and chafings as asulcerative aswell aswell
well as for annoying irritations md andulcerative
I
ulcerative weaknesses and many sana sanative sanative
tive antiseptic purposes which readily readilysuggest readilysuggest readilysuggest
suggest themselves tp t mothers as well wellas wellas wellas I
as for all the purposes of the toilet toilethath toilethatb toiletbath
hath and nursery Cuticura Soap and andCuticura andCuticura andCuticura
Cuticura Ointment are priceless pricelessSold
Sold throughout thlou out the world Cuticora So 801 p S5 2 25c c < Oint Ointment Ointment Otnineat ¬
ment SOc Ke olTent50cin Resolveut SOC in form of Cfiocolate C5ocite Coated CoatedHll CodedFill CoztedPill
Fill 25c 25 per Ti Tit l of 60 6 > m maT y be had of 11 drurzjiti drurzjitiCorp drnmnlotter dmtJPoSer
PoSer Dng 100 Chtm Corp C rp Sole 801 Prop Boston BoatOD1dUlo BoatOD1dUlo1fDecl MM MMYOUTH iu iuWMiledneTbs
WMiledneTbs 1fDecl Free The GreAt CuUcura SkiD BOOk BooLYOUTH BOOkyoUtH
YOUTH IS HELD HELD FOR RANSOM RANSOMSon
Son of Italian Banker in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York in Possession of Men MenWho MenWho MenWho
Who Demand 20000 20000Now 201000New
New York March 6 GAntonio Antonio Bo Bozuffi Bozuffl Bozutfl
zuffi the 14yearold son of John Bo Bozuffi BozttIi Bozuffi
zuffi a leading Italian banker whose whoseplace whoseplace whosepiece
place of business at Sixtythird street streetand stroetand streetand
and First avenue has been kidnaped kidnapedantt kidnapedana kidnapedand
ana is being belrt held h ld for 20000 OOOQ ransom ransoIU
The kidnaping occurred last Sunday Sundayon
on which hIeh day the bank is kept open
during the he afternoon The boy who whowas whowas whowas
was acting as a clerk was sent out to topurchase topurchase topurchase
purchase 510 10 worth of stamps and did didnot didnot didnot
not return Inquiry proved that he hemade hemade hemade
made the purchase Yesterday the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first letter came from the boy bo Today Todaycame Todaycame Todaycame
came a second letter and with it a aletter aletter aletter
letter from the abductors The lat latter latteor latter ¬
ter was well written in Italian The
boys first letter l tter said he was held cap ¬
Live tiv in Brooklyn After asking that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the money be paid the note concluded concludedDo
Do not advise the police under any anycircumstances anycircumstances anycircumstances
circumstances because bec use If pou 1 > OU do my
life will leave this world One of the theletters thelotters theletters
letters from the boys captors con contained contained eontamed ¬
tained this sentence Our scope Sig Signor Si Sinor Signor
nor is not vindictiveness It is solely
the extreme necessity which exists for forthe fortbe forthe
the possession of the sum indicated indicatedUpon indicatedUpon IndicatedUpon
Upon your consignment of the money moneyall mone moneall moneyall
all at once without default your son sonwill sonwill sonwill
will bo set free and safe safeMarch safelfarch safeMarch
March S Is the day set for the pay payment pay payment patment ¬
ment of the ransom ransomTime ransomTime ransomTime
Time Temper and Money MoneySevad MoneySevod MoneyScvod
Sevad by having your painting paper papering paperIng paperIng ¬
ing and tinting done at Goo WEberts WEborts W WBberts
Bberts 57 Main where they carry the
400000 Roll Wall TalI Paper stock stockUTAH stockUTAH
UTAH CADETS APPOINTED APPOINTEDSpecial APPOINTEDSpecial APPOINTEDSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldVashlngton HeraldWashington
Washington D Ii C March 6 6Soo8 6Soo8tor 6Sonator Sena Senator ¬
tor Sutherland today appointed Robert RobertCorwin RobertC6rwin RobertCorwln
Corwin Lee of Salt Lake City as cadet cadetin cadotin cadetin
in Annapolis and Maxwell C Adams Adamsand AdamsBnd Adamsand
and Leslie Irvine both of Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCay LakeCity
City alternates Representative How Howell Howell Howcli i
ell appointed Mervin Bennion of Ver Vernal Vernal Vernal ¬
nal and Senator Smoot appointed Scott ScottLynn ScottLynn ScottLynn
Lynn of Salt Lake City
WHO tiO KNOWS BEST BESTWhat BESTWhat BESTS
S What Does The Sign Signof Signof Signof
of the 4 Stand for forThe forThe forThe
The best answer received before beforei beforenext
j ij i i next ext Saturday evening evening gets the theIBclioice thechoice
IBclioice IShi choice of any 25 Suit in in the thefiouse thez e euse
z house use Its worth trying for isntit isnt isntv Isnt Isntit
v < it Mark your envelopes The Thesign Thegn Thesign
< sign sign sO gn of the theI 4 4RICHARDSON
1 RICHARDSON ADAMS Co CoA
A CLOTHES SHOP FOR MEN MENAt M MNAt N NHAt
HAt At the Sign Signof signoftheoliL
i of oftheoliL th the eFO11r Eonr EonrT3IS 8 MAiNSjltET
172 172fS MAIN STJUIT
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CANCELED THEIR CONTRACT CONTRACTCrimp CONTRACTCrimp CONTRACTCrimp
Crimp Put in Rascally Firm by byPhiladelphia byPhiladelphia byPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Director of ofPublic ofPublic ofPublic
Public Works WorksPhiladelphia WorksPhiladelphia WorksPhiladelphia
Philadelphia March arch 5 5one One of the first firstofficial firstoffIcial firstofficial
official acts of Thomas I L Hicks lIIc who whowas whowas whowas
was today sworn In as director of public publicworks publicworks publicworks
works of Philadelphia succeeding A Lin Lincoin Lincoln Lincola
coin Acker who resigned yesterday was wasto wasto
to annul the five contracts held in the thename thename thename
name of Daniel J T McNichol for the con construction construction construotlon ¬
struction of several parts of the citys citysfiltration cltysfIltration citysfiltration
filtration system s 1Jtem The reason given by bythe bytile
the director for the descindment of the thecontracts thecontracts thecontracts
contracts is collusion irregularity and andfraud andfraud andfraud
fraud in the procuring and execution of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the contracts whereby the city has been beenwronged beenwronged beenwronged
wronged and defrauded in i its right and andproperty andproperty andproperty
property
The total value of the cancelled con contracts contracts contracts ¬
tracts is 1976000 The McNichol firm firmwhich firmwhIch firmwhich
which Includes former State Insurance InsuranceCommissioner InsuranceCommissioner InsuranceCommissioner
Commissioner Israel W Durham and andState andState andState
State Senator James P McNichol has hasalready hasalread hasalready
already alread completed contract work on the thefilter thefilter thefilter
filter plant amounting to more than 12 12CiOOOOO
000000 000000The CiOOOOOTho S SThe
The action taken by Director Hicks is isthe isthe isthe
the result of an investigation made by bythe bythe bythe
the board of engineers of which Major MajorCassius MajorCassius MajorCassius
Cassius E Gillette chief of the bureau bureauof
of Alteration is the head headSenator headSenator headSenator
Senator McNichol has turned the mat matter matter mattar ¬
ter over to his counsel and declared today todaythat todaythat todaythat
that he will at once institute legal ac action action action ¬
tion against the city to compel the di director dlre diretor ¬
rector re or to rescind the order orderH ordorM orderM
M P WILDER WftOERVISITS VISITS a ZION ZIONHumorist ZIONHUl LIONHumorist
Humorist HUl lorist Stops in City for a aFew aFew aFew
Few Hours and Tells TellsSome TellsSonle TellsSome
Some Stories StoriesMarshall StoriesMarshali StoriesMarshall
Marshall P Wilder five feet tall and andas andas andas
as funny as ever passed through Salt SaltLake SaItLake SaltLake
Lake yesterday Mr Wilder Marsh is isthe Isthe Isthe
the name he wears in public and private privateand privateand privateand
and during other times between was en enroute enroute enroute
route to Denver to fill an engagement on onthe onthe onthe
the Orpheum circuit He was here a anumber anumber anumber
number of years ears ago telling funny sto atories storIes stories
ries riesWhile
While he arranged for his berth in the theRio theRio theRio
Rio Grande station yesterday Mr Wilder Wildertold Wildertold Vl1dertold
told funny stories to the railroad clerks clerksand clerksand clerksand
and bystanders The clerks and by bystanders bystandels bystanders ¬
standers ware still laughing when the thetrain thetrain thetrain
train pulled out Mr Wilder has trav traveled travered trayclod ¬
clod all over the world spending his hisspare hisspare hisspare
spare moments telling funny stories to tohis tohis tohis
his friends among kings and queens of ofvarious ofvarious ofvarious
various countries He is employed by bythe b bthe
the Orpheum management to spread guf guffaw guffa gut gutfaw ¬
faw fa w germs among patrons of the Or Orpheum 01pheum Orpheum ¬
pheum houses throughout the United UnitedStates UnitedStates
States He may appear in Salt Lake Lakenext Lakenext Lakenext
next season seasonHANK seasonI
I LOCAL LOCALRWFSJ LOCALRWFSJBANK BRIEFS J JHANK
HANK CLEARINGS CLEARINGSLoeal Local > cal bank clenr clenrirrs clenrirgB clearirg
irrs irg s amounted to 78380308 yesterday For Forthe Forthe Forthe
the corresponding day last year they were were1rr555oz
43755502 43755502JUVENILE 13755502UVENILE 1rr555ozJUVENILE
JUVENILE BETTERMENT LEAGUE LEAGUEThe LEAGUEThe LEAGUEThe
The regular meeting of the Juvenile Bet Betterment Betterment Betterment ¬
terment league will be hold next Tues Tuesday TuesdaJ Tucsday ¬
day evening at the Y M C A rooms roomswhere roomswhere roomswhere
where a dinner will be served preceding
the business meeting meetingSELECT meetI meetingSELECT g gSELECT
SELECT FARM TODAY TODAYThe The site for forthe forthe forthe
the proposed industrial farm will prob probably probably probably ¬
ably be definitely selected tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning tomorrowmornIng
morning at the meeting of the special specialcommittee spoclalcommltteo specialcommittee
committee having the matter in charge chargeIt
It is proposed to have Juvenile courts courtssend courts5end courtssend
send unfortunate boys to tho farm farmprietor farmprietor farmprietor
prietor of the Lincoln house whose house housewas houseW house1v1s
was W S mentioned in the juvenile court last lastSaturday lastSaturday lastSaturday
Saturday as the placo where a girl had hadbeen hadbeen
been ruined says he is greatly 1Teat1 surprised surprisedto
to hear that such a charge has bean boenmade boo boomade beanmade
made and declares that he conducts a aplace aplace a aplace
place for men only onlyNEW onlyNEW onlyNEW
NEW STORE AT OGDEN OGDEN5haws OGDEN5hawsBargain OGDENShawsBargain Shaws ShawsBargain
Bargain Store company of Ogden filed filedIts filedIts filedIts
Its articles yesterday It Is formed to todo todoa todo
do doa a mercantile business and has a capi capital capital capital ¬
tal stock of 6008 The officers arc Pros President Prosident Prosident ¬
ident Hannah Shaw vice president presidentFrank preliidcntFrank presidentFrank
Frank Shaw secretary James D Shaw Shawtreasurer Shawtreasurer Shawtreasurer
treasurer Mary E Hess These with withWilliam wi withWilliam th thVUllam
William D Shaw constitute the board boardof boardof
of 01 directors The Minneapolis Steel StealM SteelfaebInoo SteelMachinery
M Machinery chinorv company filed amended ar articles articles artides ¬
ticles yesterday with the secretary r of ofstate ofslate ofstate
state increasing its capital stock from fromi50OOO
750000 to 1258000 It Is an outside cor corporation corporation corporation ¬
poration porationSixty porationSixty porationSixty
S
Sixty Years Experience of an Old OldNurse OldNurse OldNurse
Nurse NurseMrs NurseMrs Nursedrs
Mrs Winstons Soothing Soothln Syrup yijp Is the theprescription theprescription theprescription
prescription of on 050 of the best female femalephysicians femalephysicians femalephysicians
physicians and nurses in the United
States and has bean used for to sixty years yearswith yearswith yearswith
with neverfalling success by millions of ofmothers ofmothers otmothers
mothers for their children During the theprocess theprocess theprocess
process of teething sts ts value Is incalcu ¬
lable It relieves the child from pain paincures paIncures paIncures
cures cures diarrhoea griping In the bowel bowelaand boweland
and wind colic By giving health to the thechild thechUd thechild
child It rests the tb mother Price Pri 75 7 cents centsa
a bottle bottlePLANT bottJePLANT bottlePLANT
l
PLANT TRIAL TRIALGOES GOES OVER OVERThe OVERThe OVERThe
The Absence of Important Papers in inthe inthe inthe
the Case Is the theCause theCause theCause
Cause CauseKaysvillo CauseKaysviibo
Kaysvillo March 5 50Cecil Cecil G Plant who whowas whoVlR8 whowas
was < rrested in San Francisco an RRI 1
brought her here to stand trial for polygamy
was granted grant a change of venue from
Justice Uchards court in Farmimjton on n
Saturday Saturda and was arraigned before Sea Ju ¬
tice H J Sheffield jr in Kaysvllle to ¬
day He was represented by Attorney E
W V Tatlock On account of Important pa patera paprs par ¬
tera r rs In the case not arriving from San
Francisco County Attorney AttorneyVlUoy Whey asked
for a continuance until Monday Monda March
12 which was granted Plant was as taken
back to the county jail jailAVALANCHE jaile jailAVALANCHE jailAVALANCHEOF
e
AVALANCHE OF SNOW SNOWSlide SNOWSlide SNOWSlide
Slide in Provo Canyon Covers Rail Railway Railway Railway ¬
way Track to Depth of 30 Feet FeetProvo FeetPrOo FeetProve
Provo March 5 5A A snowslide came camedown camedown camedown
down on the north side of Provo canyon canyonat
at Fergusons last night and covered coveredthe coveredtho coveredthe
the railroad track thirty feet deep for forabout forabout forabout
about 200 feet The company has sent sentup sentup sentup
up a force of seventyfive men to clear clearaway clearawa clearaway
away awa the snow and it is expected e pected the theroad theroad theroad
road will be open for traffic tomorrow tomorrowBOMB tomorrowBOMB tomorrowI tomorrowBOMB
I
BOMB FACTORY CAPTURED CAPTUREDSt
St Petersburg March 6 GA A wholesale wholesalebomb whotesalcbomb wholesalebomb
bomb factory was captured by the po police police police ¬
lice today at the lodgings of a a drug druggist druggist druggist ¬
gist One hundred and twenty bombs bombswere bombsvete bombswere
were seized selz d The apartments had been beenthe beenthe beenthe
the rendezvous of students and revo revolutionists revolutiojlsts revolutionist ¬
lutionists twenty of whom were cap captured captured ¬
tured Another terrorist who was ar arrested arrested arrosted ¬
rested in the street had a bomb In his hispocket hispoctet hispooot
pocket
r 1t 1tWINTER
WINTER RESORT BURNED BURNEDMobile BURNEDMobile BURNEDMobile
Mobile Ala March 6 GFire Fire today todaydestroyed todaydostroyed todaydestroyed
destroyed the Spring Hill hotel a win winter wInter winter ¬
ter resort seven miles west of Mobile MobileThe Mobilerhe MobileThe
The hotel was filled with guests from fromnorthern fromnorthern fromporthorn
northern cities and many had narrow narrowescapes nrrroescapes narrowescapes
escapes Nearly all of them lost their theireffects theiretrect theirffects
effects Including Jewelry and din diamonds dlamonds dinmends ¬
monds The damage is IsesUmated estimated at
50000
5 5STOCKMAN
STOCKMAN DROPS DEAD DEADChicago DEADChleaso DEADChicago
Chicago March 6 GFrank Frank Kramer a astockman astockman astookman
stockman from Miles City Clt Mont Montdropped Montdropped Montdropped
dropped dead of heart disease here to today today today ¬
day while in the waiting wafthigroom wait1n room of the theGrand theG theGrand
Grand G nd Central p ntrn1 depot
r
of
> CITIZENS THREATEN TO L1 L1A lYNCH WYOMING BRUTE BRUTEA
A A Frame of Buffalo in Jail Awaiting AwaitingTrial Trial for a Most Hein Heinous Heinous Hem Hemous ¬
ous Crime GrimeQuick Quick Work in inthe the Courts Necessary Necessaryto
S to Prevent Mob Law x
Special to The Herald HeraldGheyenne HeraldOhejenne HeraldCheyenne
Cheyenne Wyo March 6L GA A A AFrame AFrdme AFrdme
Frdme a business man of Buffalo WyoIs Wyo Wyois
i is in jail threatened with summary jus justice justice jusflee ¬
tice it he falls into the bands of the theindignant theIlIdlSIlant theIndignant
indignant populace of that city for the therepeated thet therepeated
repeated t commission of a heinous crime crimeupon crImeupon crimeupon
upon tho person of little 11yearold Jes Jessie Jesale Tessie ¬
sie AstelJ daughter of Mr and Mrs
George T Astell atell Frames employers employersThreatened employersThreatened employersThreatened
Threatened to Kill Her HerSeveral HerSeveral HerSeveral
Several days ago the child appeared appearedbadly appearedbadlJ appearedbadly
badly frightened Her actions aroused arousedthe arousedthd arousedthe
the suspicions of her mother and after afterrepeated afterrepeated afterrepeated
repeated questioning the child admitted admittedthat admittedthat admittedthat
that Frame had held improper relations relationswith relationswith relationswith
with her on numerous occasions and that thathe thath thathe
he h had threatened to kill her if she told toldof toldot toldof
of the assaults assaultsMr assaultsMr assaultsMr
Mr Astell could hardly be restrained restrainedfrom restrainedfrom restrainedfrom
from killing Frame on sight but finally finallysubmitted tfnallysubmitted finallysubmitted
submitted to tho advice of Sheriff Ken Kenmdy Kennd Kennedy
mdy nd Last night Mr and Mrs Astell Astellpurposely Astenpurp Astellpurposely
purposely purp scly went to church leaving their theirdaughter theirdaughter theirdaughter
daughter alone in the house After their theirPetermans theirPetermans theirPelermans
Petermans Roach Food FoodA
A BOON TO HOUSEKEEPERS HOUSEKEEPERSThe
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house of large or small roaches roach s Is to touse touse touse
use the contents of a box of Peter Petermans PeterII1an Petermans
mans II1an s Roach Food at one time Shake Shakeit
it on Joints so some of It will penetrate penetrateand penetrateand penetrateand
and remain to keep the premises con continuously continuously continuously ¬
tinuously free Roaches eat it as food foodIt foodit foodit
It is the most destructive remedy on onthis onthis onthis
this earth to them and it will not scat scatter scatter scatter ¬
ter them to other places to live and andmultiply andmUltiply andmultiply
multiply multiplyBEDBUGS mUltiplyBEDBUGSuPeLermans multiplyBEDBUGSPetermans
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when apart and on onback onback onback
back of picture frames framesmouldings framesmouldings framesinouldings
mouldings etc It will willnot willnot willnot
not rust or harm furniture or bedding be ding
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Petermans Discovery CIiqufdIn CIiqufdInflexible liquid In Inflexible Inflexible
flexible handy cans for cracks walls wallsmattresses waIlsmattressos wallsmattresses
mattresses etc Odorless nonexplo nonexplosive ¬
sive siveUPeterman
Petermans s Ant Food FoodA A strong strongpowder strongpowder strongpowder
powder to kill and drive away ants antsPetermans antsPetermans antsPetermans
Petermans Ratmouse Food makes makesrats makesrats makesrats
rats or mice wild they will leave and andnot andnot andnot
not return returnTake returnTake returnTake
Take no other as time may be even evenmore evenmore evenmore
more Important Import nt than money moneyOriginated moneyOrj moneyOriginated
Originated Orj lnated In 1873 Perfected in 1905 1905by 1905by 1905by
by Wm Peterman Mfg Chemist
54 56 58 West 13th St New York City CityLondon CityLondon CityLondon
London Eng Montreal P Q QSold QSold QSold
Sold by all druggists in Salt Lake IakeCity LakeCity LakeCity
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U2U4 Main Street Salt Lake City CityEARTHQUAKE CityEARTHQUAKE CItyEARTHQUAKE
EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS SHOCKSOF j jOF
OF DAILY OCCURRENCE OCCURRENCEKingston
Kingston Island of St Vincent Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday March 3 Earthquake shocks of ofvarving ora ofvarIng
varving a ing severity sen rity have been continuing
daily daH at Irregular intervals at the island islandof
of SJt t Lucia since Feb 16 Some shocks shockshave shockshave shockshave
have been felt here slightly slightlyThe slightlyThe slightlyThe
The Inhabitants of St Vincent arc arcgravely arcgravely aregravely
gravely concerned regarding regurdl 1g tho dis disturbances disturbances disturbances ¬
turbances as possibly being the results resultsof
of prolonged seismic disturbances The TheSoufricre TheSoufricrc Th ThSoufricre
Soufricre volcano on this island is quiet quietD quietD I
D J SHARP COAL CO COTelephones COTelephones COTelephoies
Telephones 719 i3 Main street New Newstock Newstock Newstock
stock of Crested Butto anthracite all allsizes allsizes allsizes
sizes
t T 5 5COLDLY
COLDLY COLDt Y RECEIVED RECEIVEDSt RE RECEIVEDSt EIVED
St Petersburg March 6 Lieutenant GLieutenantGenoml 6LieutenantGeneral LieutenantGeneral
General Linevitch arrived in St Peters Petersburg Petersburg Petersburg ¬
burg today Lieutenant General Dufilger Dufilgerminister Dudlglrminister Dudigtrminister
minister of war ur and a few military offi officers officers officers ¬
cers were at the station to welcome him himbut himbut himbut
but no demonstration was arranged in his hishonor hishonor hl hlhonor
honor His reception was cold coldBIDS colda coldaiDS coldBIDS
a
BIDS ARE ASKED ASKEDSpecial ASKEDSpecial I ISpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashlngton HeraldWashington
Washington March fi GBids Bids aro being beingasked beingasked beingasked
asked for or by the secretary of the in interior Interior intenor ¬
terior for the construction of about abouttwenty abouttwenb abouttwenty
twenty miles of the main south side sidecanal sldttQanal sidecanal
canal of the Payette Boise Ida pro project project project ¬
ject to be opened April 16 1906 1906PENSION
4 4PENSION 0 r rPENSON
PENSION FOR HELEN FRANKLIN FRANKLINSpecial FRANKLINSpecial FRANKLINSpecial
Special to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldVashfngton HeraldWashington
Washington D C March 6 GSena GSenator Sena Senator ¬
tor Sutherland was notified today that thata
a pension of 8has 8 has been granted to toHelen toHelon toHelen
Helen Franklin of Salt Lake City C ty
departure Sheriff Kennedy ennedy and two depu ¬
ties entered and secreted themselves thetris lves near
Jessies bedroom A few moments later
Frame entered wearing felt slippers so soas soJiS sos
as s to make no noise 9 He went to Sea Jessies Seasies Tessies ¬
sies room and finding her in bed made madeproposals madeproposals madeproposals
proposals and used language wholly Un ¬
fit for print printBrute printBrute printBrute
Brute Taken Into Custody CustodySatisfied CustodySatisfied CustodySatisfied
Satisfied of Frames Intentions the of officers offIcers officers ¬
ficers rushed into tho room and arrested arrestedhim arrestedbim arrestedhim
him So Indignant was one of the depu deputies deputies deputies ¬
ties at what he had heard that he had hadto hadto hadto
to be held to prevent him from killing killingtho kil11ngtho killingthe
tho wretch then and there thereFrame thereFrame thereFrame
Frame was hustled off of to jail and a astrong astrong astrong
strong guard placed about the bastile bastilefor basttlefor basttiefor
for the citizens had learned of o the mat matter matter matter ¬
ter and were prepared to deal out sum summan summao summary
man justice Frame will it is under understood understood understood ¬
stood plead guilty and receive the maxi maximum maXImum maidmum ¬
mum sentence under the law Jawfourteen Jawfourteencars lawfourteenyears fourteen fourteenyears
years cars at hard labor laborIf laborIt laborIf
If his case is attended to promptly the thecitizens thecitizens thecitizens
citizens will let the law take its course coursebut coursebut coursebut
but if there is any delay whatever they theyU11 theyvi1l theycill
vi1l U11 take the law into their own hands handsm handsNEW handsNEVI
m warn YEGETABlESARRIVE YEGETABlESARRIVEI mm mmLctcal ARRIVELacal
I
Lctcal Retail RetailMarkets Markets Display DisplayGood DisplayGood DisplayGood
Good Supplies of California CaliforniaGarden CaliforniaGarden CaliforniaGarden
Garden Products ProductsLocal
LoChI retail markets are quiet The Thefirst Thefirst Thefirst
first of the week is always dull after the theweekend theweekend theweekend
weekend rush Monday and the follow following fonowing following ¬
ing two days mark the receipt of new newstock newstock newstock
stock for the weeks offerings All mar markets markets markets ¬
kets are well supplied with the excep exception exception exception ¬
tion of the fish markets Storms along alongthe alongthe alongthe
the Pacific coast have caused fishing to tobe tobe tobe
be dropped temporarily and this is creat creating creating creating ¬
ing a scarcity In the local supply houses housesThere housesThere housesThere
There Is a livelv demand for fish due no nodoubt nodoubt nodoubt
doubt to the presence pr sence of the t he Lenten sea season season season ¬
son Th The meat markets are arequiet quiet for the thesame thesame thesame
same reason reasonThe reasonTh reasonThe
The Th vegetable markets are lively and andexhibit andexhibit andexhibit
exhibit full supplies of tempting Califor California California Calilornia ¬
nia products Cucumbers at 25 cents apiece apieceare apIecere apieceare
are are re leading sellers Extra select celery celeryis
is offered at 5 and 10 cents per bunch bunchFresh bunchFresh bunchFresh
Fresh asparagus will vt ll be another new of offering offerlng offerlug ¬
fering displayed during the week Rhu Rhubarb Rhubarb Rhubarb ¬
barb continues to be in demand at 30 30cents 2 2cents 20cents
cents per pound poundTwo poundTwo poundTwo
Two carloads of navel oranges oran es were re received received received ¬
ceived in the wholesale markets yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day These oranges ar are fine stock and andunusually andunmmal1y andunusually
unusually sweet An advance is noted notedin notedin notedin
in the wholesale quotations oranges Ir mges are arenow arcnow arenow
now selling around 325 per case Occa Occasional Occasional Occasional ¬
sional shipments of Utah chickens keep keepthe keepthe keepthe
the retail quotations at 20 cents per perpound perpound perpound
pound for hens and 28H cents per pound poundfor poundfor poundfor
for springs Consignments of California Californiai Californiavogetables Californiavegetables
i vegetables arc arriving in n good shape shapeSalt shapeSalt
9 9Salt
Salt Lake Photo PhotoSupply Supply Co CoKodaks CoKodaks CoKodaks
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JURY IS MAKING MAKINGUP MAKH G GUP
UP ITS REPORT REPORTContinued REPORTContinued REPORTContinued
Continued from Page 1 1and 1and I Iand
and his assistants had watched from an anopposite anopposite anopposite
opposite house for weeks until they knew knewMr knewMr knewMr
Mr Bradleys habits exactly The girl girlalways girlalways girlalways
always came out first and got the paper paperAt paperAt paperAt
At exactly exacU 745 74 it was Mr Bradleys habit habitto habitto habitto
to leave the house When that had been beendetermined beendctcrmin beendetcrmined
determined d they watched for a favorable favorableopportunity favorableopportunity favorableopportunity
opportunity when nobody was on the thestreet thestreet thestreet >
street and then Orchard himself walked walkedacross walkedacro walkedacross
across acro s the stre3t stre t and placed the bomb bombEither bombEither bombEither
Either on that street or at the corner he heswung heswung heswung
swung on a street car and was two blocks blocksaway blocksaway blocksaway
away when hen the bomb hom was exploded His Hiscompanions Hiscompanions Hiscompanions
companions saw Mr Bradley blown Into Intothe Intothe intothe
the street apparently dead and in a very veryshort veryshort veryshort
short time they wired into headquarters headquartersthat
that the undertaking had be beea m n successful succe fuI ¬
ly carriedvout carried out the victim being killed killcdEffects killedEffects killedEffects
Effects of the Prisoners PrisonersAccording Prisonersccordlg PrisonersAccording
According < to tf the report of Warden Vard n
Whitney of the stat penitentiary for the thomonth themonth themonth
month of February Charles H Moyer Moyerpresident lIoyerpresident Moyerpresident
president Qt th s West3n W est J Federation of
Miners when hen he entered that institution
had among Wa personal effects the sum sumof sumof sumof
of 32075 IOi 07 in il cash and nd a few miscellaneous miscellaneousarticles mtscellaneo118articles miscoilaneoisarticles
articles of little value Iue an overcoat and a asmall asmall asmall
small valise valiaeWilliam vaJ vaJIHiam valiseWilliam
William IHiam D Haywood when searched searchedvas searchedwas archedVaS
vas found to have but 5 685 In cash an anovercoat anovercoat anovercoat
overcoat and a few miscellaneous articles articles
Upon the person of George E Pettibone Pettibonewas
was 8S found besides sld s an overcoat and a few fewpersonal fewpersonal fewpersonal
personal belontrinss s the th sum of 765
Stephen Adams possessions are listed listedat
at 4 U 5 > in cash an 11 overcoat overc at and a watch
Vincent St John had no n money on his hisperson his6rson hisjerson
person 6rson when brought to the th penitentiary penitentlarvHis
His belonging belon in are given ven as an overcoat overcoatand overco overcoatand t tand
and a bundle of underclothing underclothingOTHER underclothlnOTHER underclothingOTHER
OTHER UNIONS INTERESTED INTERESTEDSubscriptions INTERESTEDSubscriptions INTERESTEDSubscriptions
Subscriptions Being Taken in New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York for Defense of Miners MinersNew MinersNew MinersNew
New York March arch 6 GThe The New York Yorkunions Yorkunions Yorkunions
unions of the Industrial Workers of the theWorld theYorJd theWorld
World have called a meeting for next nextSunday nextSunday neatSunday
Sunday to arouse arou e interest Int retrt in behalf of ofCharles ofCbarles ofCharles
Charles 31 Moyer the president William WilliamD ilUam ilUamD
D Haywood the secretary and other othermembers othermembers othermembers
members of the Western Federation of ofMinors ofIInors ofMinors
Minors who are In jail in Boise Ida Idaaccused Idaaccused Idaaccused
accused of assassinating former Gover Governor Governor Covernor ¬
nor Steunenberg SteunenbergThe
The national executive committee of ofthe oftht ofthe
the Socialist l Labor abor party has also Issued Issuedcirculars Issuedcirculars Issuedcirculars
circulars to the unions in the Industrial IndustrialWorkers Industralorkers IndustrialVorkers
Workers orkers of the World Torld calling c lUng on them to toarrange toarrango toarrange
arrange demonstrations of a similar kind kindand kindand kindand
and to contribute to a defense fund for forthe forthe forthe
the members of the Western estern Federation Federationof
of Miners who are In jail
MIDDLE M I D D LE L LA LI LIFE LIFEA FE FEA n
i iDread
A Time When Women Are Susceptible to Many ManyDread ManyDread
Dread Diseases DiseasesIntelligent Intelligent Women Prepare Preparefor
for it Two Relate their Experiences
The cbange of life is isthe isthe isthe
the moat mo t critical period periodof
of a womans existence existenceand existenceand existenceand
and the he anxiety anxi ty felt by bywomen bywomen bywomen
women as it draws near nearis nearis nearis
is is not ot without reason reasonEvery reasonEvery reasonEvery
Every woman who whoneglects whoneglects whoneglects
neglects the care of her herhealth herhealth herhealth
health at this time in invites invites invites ¬
vites disease and pain painWhen painVhen painWhen
When her system is in ina inderanged ina
a deranged condition conditionor
or she is predisposed to toapoplexy toapoplexy toapoplexy
apoplexy or congestion congestionof cong stion stionof
of any organ the ten tendency tendency tendency ¬
dency is at this period periodlikely periodlikely periodlikely
likely to become active activeand activeand activeand
and with a ahost host of ner nervous nervous ncrTous ¬
vous irritations make makelifea makelife makelife
lifea life a burden At this thistime thistime thistinle
time also cancers and andtumors andtumors andtumors
tumors are more liable liableto liableto liableto
to form and begin their theirdestructive theirdestructive theirdestructive
destructive work workSuch workSuch workSuch
Such warning symp symptoms symptoms symptoms ¬
toms as sense of suffo suffocation snifocation ufto uftocation ¬
cation hot liotilashes flashes head headaches headaches headaches ¬
aches backaches dread dreadof dreadof dreadof
of impending evil timid timidity timidity tImidity ¬
ity sounds in the ears earspalpitation earspalpitation earspalpitation
palpitation of ofthe the heart heartsparks heartsparks heartsparks
sparks before the eyes eyesirregularities eyesirregularities eyesirregularities
irregularities constipa constipation constipation constipation
tion variable appetite appetiteweakness appetitweakness appetiteweakness
weakness inquietude inquietudeand inquietudeond
and nd dizziness are arepromptly areromptly areromptly
romptly heeded by in intelligent intelligent Intelligent ¬
telligent women who are
11 I wrote you for advice and commenced commencedtable commencedtrMtment commencedtreatment
treatment with Lydia E Pinkhams Vege Vegetabla Vegetable
table Compound as you directed dire < ted and I am amhappy amhappy amhappy
happy to say that all those distressing symp symptoms symptoms syrnptomsleft ¬
toms tomsleft lef left fc me and I 11m Ihavepassed hare ve passwl safely through throughthe
the change of life l e a wall 011 woman I am amrecommending amCQIJ1mending amrecommending
recommending your medicine to all my myfriends myfriends myfriendsMrs
friends friendsMrs Mrs Annie E G Hyland Cbester Cbestertown Cbestertown Chestertown
town Md MdAnother MdAnother MdAnother
Another Womans Case CaseDuring CaReDuring CaseDuring
During change chan e of life words ords cannot ex express express express ¬
press what I suffered My physician said I Ihad Ihad Ihad
had a cancerous condition of the female femaleorgans femaleorgans femaleorgans
organs One day I read some of the testi testimonials testimonials testimonlais ¬
monials of women who bad been cured by byLydia byLydia byLydia
Lydia E Pinkhama Vegetable Compound Compoundand Compotmdand Compoundand
and I decided to try it and to write you OU for foradvice foradvice foradvice
advice Your medicine made me a well wellwoman weonwoman wellwoman
woman and all my bad symptoms soon soonI soondisa soondisappeared
disa disappeared peared pearedu
u 4 I f advise every evenwoman everywoman woman at thisperiodot this period of life lifeto lifeto lifeto
to take your medicine and write you for ad advice odviceMrs adviceIrs ¬
vice viceMrs Mrs Lizzie Hinkle Salem Ind IndWhat IndVhat mdWhat
What Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable VegetableCompound VegetableCompound f fCompound
Compound did for Mrs Hyland and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Hinkle it will do for other women womenat womenat womenat
at this time of life lifeIt lifeIt lifeIt
It has conquered pain restored restoredhealth r8toredhealth rastoredhealth
health and prolonged prolon ed life in cases that thati thatutterly thatutterly
i utterly baffled physicians
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Bread like likemother likemother likem
mother motherused motheruse m o t h e r rused
use used d to tobake tobake tobake
bake is I > pos possible possib1 peasible ¬
sible sib1 if you youwill youwill OU OUwIll
will use usePreston usePRESTON useS
S Preston PrestonFlour PrestonFlourPRESTON Floor FloorPRESTON
PRESTON MILLING CO COPreston COPreston COPreston
Preston PrestonIdaho PrestonIdaho PrestonIdaho
Idaho Idahooi Idaho130th IdahoI3Oth
130th 130thoitho
oitho oi the entire Quinine production of ofthe the World b bcossumed Iscoasusied I Iconsumed
consumed every year y r by the maker of ofLaxative ofLaxative ofLaxative
Laxative Bromo Quinine QuinineE QuinineCcru
Cures a Cold In One Day
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FOR CIVILIZATION CIVILIZATIONOF
OF KARBAB K RBAB INDIANS INDIANSSpecial INDIANSSpechl INDIANSSpechl
< Spechl to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington March 6 6Chairman 6ChairmanClapp Chairman ChairmanClapp
Clapp of tho Indian affairs committee committeetcday committeetc committeetcday I
tcday tc ay proposed an amendment to the theIndian UteIndIan theIndian
Indian appropriation bill of 10000 for forsupport forsupport forsupport
support and civilization of Karbab In Indians Indians Indians ¬
dians in Utah UtahBARGE UtahBARGE UtahBARGE
BARGE BURNED AT SEA SEAAtlantic SEAAUanUc SEAAtlantic
Atlantic City Cit N J March 6 GTho Tito barge bargeHamilton bargeHamilton bargeHamilton
Hamilton Fish owned by the C Dunham DunhamNephew DunhamNephew DunhamNephew
Nephew company of New York was as s de destroyed destroyed dostroyed ¬
stroyed by fire at sea four miles off the theBarneat theBamegat theBarnegat
Barneat Life Savin Saving station today The Thecaptain Thecaptain rh rhcaptain
captain and crew were taken off by b the thetugr thetug thetug
tug which had the barge in tow
THAT ONE WEAK WEAK SPOT
Kidney sIckness robs the back of all allits allits allIts
its power power and andstrcnglh strength Its It 8 hard liard to tolife tolife tolife
life to stoop or straighten straIghtonand and even evento eVento evento
to get up from a chair chairThis chaIrThis chairThis
This indescribable veukness etknessof of the theback theback theback
back the endless dull aching that goes goeswith goeswith goeswith
with it J are never falling symptoms of ofkidney orkidney ofkidney
kidney complaint A bad back is Na Natures Natures Natures ¬
tures signal of distress a call c ll for forhelp forhelp forhelp
help from the kidneys The aching achingtells achingteUs achingtells
tells of dangerous congestion that robs robsthe robstho robsthe
the kidneys of their bloodfiltering bloodfilteringpower
power or painful wasting wastin Ififlamma Ififlammation i iilflammation flamma flammation
tion There Is immediate need for forDoans forDoans forDeans
Doans Kidney Pills to relieve the thepain thepain thepain
pain and heal tho diseased kidneys Iddne s to toward toward toward
ward off more fatal and painful dis disorders disorders dieorders ¬
orders ordersIf
If you are not sure your kidneys are areaffected areaffeoted areaffected
affected but do suspect it try the theurine theurine theurine
urine Set a bottleful aside for 24 24hours 24hours 24hours
hours and if it then shows a cloudy cloudysettling cloudytfettUng cloudysettling
settling at t the bottom or a sandy sed sediment sooiment sedIment ¬
iment you will know you need Doans DoansKidney DoansKidney DeansRidney
Kidney Pills at once Neglect of such suchlittle suchlittlE suchlittle
little troubles as these is what brings bringson
on thousands of cases of dropsy dia diabetes diabetes diebetes ¬
betes and fatal BrJghts disease diseaseHealthy diseaseHealthy diseaseHealthy
Healthy kidneys keep you ou well by bykeeping bykeeping bykeeping
keeping the blood pure Sick kidneys kidneyskeep kidneyskeep kidneyskeep
keep you sick by failing to purify the theblood theblood theblood
blood This is the cause of many forms formsof formsof formsof
of rheumatism r neuralgia and gout of ofsuch ofsuch
such nervous troubles as headache ir irritability irrftablUty irritabiiity ¬
ritability dizzy spells depression of
Every Picture Tells a Story
approaching the period periodin
in life when womans great change changemay changemay changemay
may be expected expectedLydia expectedLydia expectedLydia
Lydia B Prakhams Vegetable Com Compound Compound Cornpound ¬
pound was prepared to meet the needs needsof needsof needsof
of womans system at this trying tryingperiod tryingperiod tryingperiod
period of her life It invigorates and andstrengthens anditrengthens andstrengthens
strengthens the female organism and andbuilds andbuilds I
builds np the weakened nervous system systemFor syst systemFor m mFor
For special advice regarding this im important liiiportant ¬ i iportant
portant period women are invited to towrite towrite i iwrite
write to Mrs Pinkham at Lynn Mass Massand Massand Massand
and it itwill will he furnished absolutely free freeof freeof freeof
of charge The present Mrs frs Pinkham Pinkhamis Pinkhamisthe
is isthe the daughterinlaw of of ofLydiaE Lydia B Piak Piakham Piakham Pinkham
ham her assistant before her decease deceaseand deceaseand deceaseand
and for twentyfive years since her heradvice heraddce heradvice
advice has been freely given to sick sickwomen sickwomen sickwomen
women womenBead womenRead womenRead
Read what Lydia B Pinkhams Com Compound ComI Compound Cornpound ¬ I
pound did for Mrs Hyland and Mrs MrsHinkle MrsHinkJe MrsIlinkle
Hinkle HinkleDear HinkJeDeal IlinkleDear
Dear Mrs Pinkbam PinkbamI ham hamC
C I had been sufferinKrith displacement of ofthe orthe ofthe
the organs organsforyears for years and andwas was passing ng through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the change of life My Myabdomenwas abdomen was badly badlyswollen badlyswollen badlyswollen
swollen my stomach was sore I had dizzy dizzysnells dizzyspells dizzyspells
spells sick headaches and was very nervous
palpitation of the heart stomach trou troubles troubJes troubles ¬
bles liver complaint of la grippe grippecolds JTlppocolds grippecolds
colds chills of half the aches and ills illsof utsof illsof
of humanity humanityLearn humanityLearn humanityLearn
Learn to keep the t e kidneys well wellDeans wellDvans wellDcans
Deans Kidney Pills will do it for you youGrateful youGrateful youGrateful
Grateful residents Qf this city testify testifyTheir tostlfyTheir testifyTheir
Their statements prove it to you youPROOF youPROOF ou ouPROOF
PROOF PROOFSalt PROOFSalt PROOFSalt
Salt Lake City CityThomas Thomas Smith pa paper paper paper ¬
per hanger of 128 1 South Main street streetsas streetsays j jsays
says A slight pain In my back backcoupled backcoupled backcoupled
coupled with a disturbed axtlon actIonot of the thekidney thekidney j jkidney
kidney secretions led me to reason that thatif thatif thatif
if my kidneys were at fault a stitch stitchIn sUtchin stitchin
In time would save nine nine and the pres present present prosent ¬
ent was the time to act for kidney kidneycomplaint kidneyccmplalnt kidneyccrnplalnt
complaint Is so gradual and so insid insidious insidIous timidIons ¬
ious in its dealings with ordinary ordinarymortals ordinarymortals ordinarymortals
mortals that complications are apt to toarise toarIse toarise
arise which lead to serious trouble I Itried ItrIed Itried
tried a remedy very flatteringly adver advertised advertised advertised ¬
tised to cure kidney complaint and andgave andgave andgave
gave It a fair trial but it failed to tostop tostop tostop
stop my backache Then I went for forDoans forDoans forDoan
Doans Kidney Pills to the F J Hill HillDrug H1J1Drug HillDrug
Drug Cos store and commenced the thetreatment thetnatment thetr
treatment tr atment It only required a dose or ortwo ortwo ortwo
two to tell me that they were acting actingjust actingjust actingjust
just as promised After their use for forseme forscme
seme time the backache and irregular irregularity ¬ I
ity of the kidney secretions absolutely absolutelystopped absolutelystopped absolutelystopped
stopped
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sity have some 8 ne of 0 the celebrated celebratedPeerless celebratedPeerless celebratedFDeress
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5c and lOc 1 Dc per Box BoxWo BoxVe BoxWe
Wo have also the fines 1ne HoreJiound
Candy ever produced at 40c p per r pound
Get lOc worth Itll do you good goodWe g90dWe goodTe
We Te always keep a fine stock of wines winesand wlneaud winesand
and liquors liq ors on hand for medicinal pur purposesi purpo perpoSes
poSes posesiA po poSesA es esA
A C SMITH The Old Reliable ReliableDruggist ReliableDruggist ReliableDruggist
Druggist 142 Main St StFIRSTCLASS StI StFIRSTCLASS StFIRSTCLASS
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