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ARRY HUGHES
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FORK UTAH
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UNO DATE DKNT1STUY
office in Now Bunk Building
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i Spanish Fork
the AMUEL CORNABY
NOTARY PUBlilQ
1R t Money Loahed
Irrpted Farms low Interest special op
aN 1 U I f41 tlont of partial payments
block cast of Coop
pees at residence one
n i SM1 KOUK UTAH
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itaper and bettor than ever art
Ting turueil out at
HAND BROS
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t select white 050
jBion 5 and 550
i uniformity in select brick that
Dot be obtained south of Provo
1M dEX FLORIST
Kreib Flowers supplied for all ooca
1 L Funeral designs kept on hand
Milled to order
kinds of Furniture Repaired
I OU Hence two blocks North of Foundry
SPANISH FORK UTAH
pic I n Mercantile Go
DEALERS IN
Wi MERCHANDISE DRY GOODS
HUM Blocks East of City Square
ELLY JAMESON Manager
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material guaranteed uptodate
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A DAY AND NICHT T
Miner Caught in Cave of Butte
Mine and Entombed One
Thousand Feet Deep
Sleeps to Preserve His Strength
While In Imminent
Danger and
Emerges From His Narrow Pris
on With a Smile on His Face
Butte MontAfter facing death
for twentyfour hours
Con Sullivan a
Utah miner was rescued on Monday
by a force of about
fifty miners who
for the past day had been working In
gangs of three and four with fever
lab haste
Sullivan was on his tlrst shift hav
Ing come here from Eureka Utah to
bury his brother who was killed by a
mine caveIn about
three weeks
ago
He was working on the 100foot level
of a section of the Mountain Consol
Idated mine when a cave of many
tons of rock covering a distance or
over thirty feet
entombed him nar
rowly escaping crushing him to death
Rocks kept dropping but by crouch
Ing close to the end of the drift he
was able to keep out of their way Ho
had barely enough room to stretch
himself out and with rare presence 01
mind though death hovered over him
through many hours of his Imprison
ment he slept believing he could thus
preserve his strength as the air wag
rapidly growing bad and he feared
suffocation
By tapping on the walls Sullivan
was able to communicate to his fel
lowminers that he was still alive
When the rescuers reached him tho
man emerged from his narrow prison
with a smile on his countenance and
unassisted climbed the ladder to tho
top
MURDERED FOR MONEY
BODIES THEN BURNED
Saloonkeeper and Wife of Kerrys
town Wash Suffer Horrible Death
Seattle Murdered for their money
and cremated In the building 7vhard
they lived to hide the evidence of
the crime m3 the fate of Phillip H
Ross and his wife a young couple
who had been living near Kcrrys
town a small town on the Northern
Pacific railway near Kanaskct In
this county on Sunday night
Last March Ross and his wife lo
cated about two miles from tho town
of Kerrytown and Ross opened a sa
loon living with his wife above the
saloon building All of the people
living In that locality have been In the
habit of having their checks cashed
by Ross and he always kept a consid
erable sum of money In the saloon for
that purpose
About 11 oclock Monday morning
A S Kerry of the Kerry Lumber
company had occasion to go out to
the Ross place and when he arrived
he found the building In ruins and
the charred remains of the young
couple In the debris
Abducted by Bold Bandit
OaklandHer hands tightly bound
together with a rope Mrs Lena
woman was
Mqnlz a pretty young
compelled early Monday morning by
an unknown ruffian to accompany him
ten blocks Arriving at Eighteenth
and Grove streets her desperate
struggles and her cries for help
frightened him and he ran away In
the darkness taking with him her
containing n 1 and leaving her
prostrated purse on the sidewalk There is
no clue to the Identity of the man
TWENTY GO DOWN IN STORM
Saved
Only Two of Steamers Crew
From a Watery Grave
Fernandla Fla Twenty men con
Btitutlng all but two of tho officers
and crew of the American steamship
Peconlc Captain Jones bound from
Orleans with
Philadelphia to New
tho sinking of
coal were drowned by
Florida
that vessel off the coast of
Monday
result of a
the
The disaster was
along the
fierce gale which raged
night and earlY
during the
coast the storm an
Lashed by
morning struck the vessel with
Immense wave oclock Ion
any morning force about 1he Impact 1210 coming just
day tanking a turn
as the vessel was and the
shift of the cargo
caused a
Imme
sank
vessel leaned oel and
dlatelY
occurred sc quicklY
The accident
aboard her
that only two of those were able
Italian and a Spaniard
an succeeded
rhtey
to save themselves lifeboat reached
Into a
In getting and on
noon
Amelia Bench about disaster
of the
lndlng told the story
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VETERAN MINER LOST IN
IHMK DEATH VAllEY
It Is Feared That
Aged Projector
Has Met With Horrible Death in
desert Which Has Claimed So
Many Victims
Bullfrog Nov Judge L Ilotliunc
brother of Harry Bethune of Butte
Mont a well known mining expert
and promoter Is supposed to bo dead
In Death valley Mr Bethuno who
was well advanced In years while
here a month ago declared his Inten
tion of going to Uandsburg by way
of Death valley James C Weller
father of Karl C Weller of Telluride
Colo who was searching for the body
of his son claims to havo found a
black mule straying around a water
hole about a halt mile north of Sur
veyors Wells A pack outfit which
gave evidence of having fallen off tho
animal was lying a short distance
away and a bible and some letters
marked with Bethunes name wero
were found among the effects No
trace of Hethunes presence were dis
cernible and It Is feared that the
aged man Is dead The animal Is sup
posed to have headed for water after
Its owner lost control of it
ASLEEP FOUR MONTHS
Remarkable Case of an EightYear
Old Boy In New York
New York Medical scientists
throughout the country havo had their
attention directed to a remarkable
case of catalepsy In Yonkers whore
pharles Canepl 8 years old have been
In an unbroken trancellko sleep for
more than four months and It Is prob
able a consultation of specialists In
nervous diseases from this city will
bo called to Investigate the case On
April G last while whirling around a
lamp post he became dizzy fell to the
ground and struck on the back of his
head Two days later he complained
of pains In the head and within a few
minutes lapsed Into a state of uncon
sciousness from which ho has not
awakened
Fate Was Against Them
ParlsThe attempted suicide of a
poor dressmaker who threw herself
Into the Seine has led to a curious se
quel A workman who Jumped Into
the water to save her was suddenly
arnr tim with cramp and both wore
on tho point of drowning when they
were arrested by a policeman In a
I
boat The exhausted couple were
placed In a cab and were being driv
en to a hospital when the cab was
run Into by a tram car and the legs
of the two occupants were so badly
crushed that neither the man nor tho
woman Is expected to live
Steam Klliptwo
Danville 1ITwo men are dead
and three more In a dying condition
as a result of the burst ig of a six
teenInch steam pipe ln Bio Danville
electric light plant Monday afternoon
John Richards Georgetown and Wil
liam Thornton Danville died Monday
night The other injured are Ed
Caldwell Georgetown A A Tuttlo
and Samuel Niccum Danville Tho
men were stokers and clnder pit
workers and were repairing the plpd
when the nipple blew off All the men
were married
Fool Killer Is Needed Here
Barkolfy Blindness Is threaten
ing beautiful Hose Terry because of
the prank of a nineyearold boy Ru
dolph Windham Last Wednesday
was Miss Terrys birthday In the
afternoon she was watering the lawn I
and playfully turned the hose toward
Windham He carried an airgun In
censed and aiming the gun at her he
said Ill give you something for
your birthday that you will remem
ber and fired the shot taking effect
in the left eye
Mountain Climbers Meet Death
Innsbruck Austrian frolNo less
recorded
than five Alpine fatalities were
corded Monday Two tourists from
Meran while hunting for edelweiss
were killed on the 1euegal in the 5CII
lerthal Alps While climbing the Hoe
Bavarian lawyer fell and
fats group a
was killed Four students from Dres
ascending the Hoher
den who were
goell fell down a precipice One was
killed and the others were fatally In
jured Another youth of sixteen was
killed on Mount Mythenstock
I
Wanted to be Real Dead
London The will of John Nasn I
Peake of Bellovue Congleton a Jus
tlco of the peace for Staffordshire
contains the following curious pas
sage And lastly I make it a strict
and solemn charge to my executors
that before my body is placed In my
fam
own
collin they shall engage my
ily doctor or some other medical man
guineas to perform on
fee of ten
at a
my body the operation to thoroughly
and completely sever the main ar
teries of the head rn as to render my
revival In the grav absolutely Impos
sible
MEN WOMEN AND
CHILDREN C DYING
Horrifying Reports Continue to
Come From Famine Stricken
Districts of Spain
In Many Localities the Suffering It I
Intense Many of the Working
Class Attempting to Sustain
Life by Eating Roots
Seville Spain Heartrending re
ports continue to reach the provincial
authorities from tho outlying famine
stricken districts The latest reports
received are from Osunn and Almon
fila tho respective mayors of which
notify the authorities that their re
sources are exhausted and that they
are unable to further assist tho fam
ished laborers and tho women and
children as tho distress Is too acute
At Aclja the population has looted
the bakers stores
The mortality among Infants and
Med persons Is attaining terrifying
proportions and in many localities tho
working people arc living on roots
The government has organized public
works on a small scale employing
about GOO men but this Is n mero drop
In the bucket of misery as a moderate
calculation shows that 200000 mire out
of employment
Cardinal Sancha having exhausted
the available charitable funds Is go
Ing from house to house In Seville
begging for contributions while the
employes of several banks and com
mercial houses have decided to dovoto
a portion of their wages toward the re
lief of the destitute
Count Romanones minister of agri I
culture has Just concluded an exhaus
tive personal Inquiry In tho distressed
districts following on tho relief fund
of 800000 voted by the government
His report creates tho Impression that
heroic measures for relief are essen
tial The count Journeyed from end to
end of Andalusla and everywhere In
the four provinces comprised therein
he was confronted with pictures of
desolation
The territory most stricken forms n
circle embracing Seville Jerez Cadiz
Malaga and Cordova where natural
forces appear to have combined
against the peoples welfare
RUSSIAS ULTIMATUM
Will Never Make a Financial Contri
bution to Japan
St Petersburg The curtain has
been rung down on the St Petersburg
stage but the center of Interest In
tho peace negotiations between Rus
sia and Japan has been transferred to
Portsmouth Emperor Nicholas after
carefully weighing the consequences
of his act has said his last word Rus
sia will make no financial contribution
to Japan In any form whatsoever and
unless Japan accedes to President
Roosevelts efforts to effect a compro
mise between Russia and Japan his
efforts will have proved unavailing
Mr Meyer tho American ambassa
dor has informed President Roosevelt
of Russias ultimatum She agrees to
cede half of the Island of Sakhalin and
to pay Japan for tho maintenance of
prisoners of war but nothing more
Russia declares that sho has met
Japan more than half way and has
proved to the world the sincerity ot
her desire for peace but that sho had
rather fight than pay an Indemlty On
this point Russia has not changed her
opinion one hairsbreadth
Smoker Caused Tragedy
Krle Pa Captain Patrick MncMa
hon of the yacht Mystic was burned
to death and eighteen persons were al
most suffocated In a flro In tho Charos
Heck black The monetary loss wus
not heavy When tho firemen ar
rived they found eighteen occupants
asleep and almost dead from suffo
cation With difficulty they were fin
ally gotten out of danger Tho fire
started In Mac Iahon8 room and prob
ably was caused by his having thrown
a lighted cigar on the floor
Family Swept Away by Flood
Charleston W VaThe vicinity of
Big Otter creek In Clay county was
visited by a cloudburst Sunday In
which five lives were lost and mucb
damage was done to property Thu
homo of John Pickering was surround
ed by water before the occupants were
Awaro of their danger The family
consisting of father mother and tour
children tho eldest a daughter 17
years of age were swept away by the
flood the mother being tho only ono
saved sho having clung to somo float
Ing debris
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Fire Life Accident Health and Pltlt Glau
Oil INSURANCE
WHITB US FOR RATB8
In the Load Twenty Years I
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LUMBER i
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Building Material
Ballad Hay Prita
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COMPLETE LINE OF
SHERWINWILLIAMS
PAINTS
SPANISH FORK MEAT COMFY
DEALERS IN
FRESH AND CURED NEAT
FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES
HIGHEST OA6H PRIDE PAID FOR
HIDES SAND PEbTS
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Connf ollont made In Ogden Union depot with
alt tralna at Southern Paolfla and Orc n short
Line
OFFERS CHOICE OP
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AND aUHKE DISTINCT SCTNIO ROUTES
Pulman Palace and ordinary SUepla car M
pdnrer Omaha Kama City St Louis ant
Chicago without chance
Free Reclining Chair Care Ire r pnatty sea
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GoOperative
Institution
Dealers In
General
Merchandise
Flour
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and Prod joe
tlanntaotaren of
Harness
Boots O
and Shoes
JOHN IBS Sup
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RIDER AGENTS WANTED
No Money Required
until you recoiro and approvo of your bicycle
W anyone hp 011 to Ten Days Pram Trial I
Finest guaranteed 4n to 4 9 Jt
SOS Models 1U O 1 9
with Coaster Brakes and Puncturoless Tires
tBO3 Be 18O4 Modal < 7 4n 12
Beat Makes mO i i
Any males or model you want at onethird usual
price Choice of any standard tires and best
equipment on all our bicycles Strongest guarantee
Wo SHIP ON APPROVAL C O D to any
ono without a cent deposit and allow 10 DAYS
F R E E TRIAL 1 oeforo purchase Is binding
STAB 500 Second Hand Wheels < fcQ tfeO
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U1RED to
taken In trade by our Cblcaco retell stores uu 10 Uftff
Il TEARS amakes and model rood at new i
UflT ao a bicycle until you bare written tor our FACTORY
DO HOT B6lY PRIDES AMD FREE TRIAL OFFER Tire
equipment tundrlii and sporting goods of all kind at half regular price In our
big tree Sundrj dialogue Contains 11 world ot useful Information wrlto for 1U
PUNSTORE PR00FTIRES 475
RoguliJr fttlco 8GO per pair
To Introduco S 7 5
wo will Soil
n
You a Sample NAILS OR TACKS GLASS
WONT LET
Pall for Only OUT THE AIR J
NO MORE TROUBLE from PUNCTURES
Result of 15 years experience In tiro making EASY RIDINO STRONG
Ho danger from THORNS OAOTUS DURABLE SELF HEALING
TAOKS GLASS Serious
PINSNAILSTAOKSoaOL
PINS AILS
FULLY COVERED PATENTS
punctures like intentional knife cuts can be COVEREDby
Tuloonbed like any other tire BEWARE OF IMITATIONS 1
Send for Catalogue T bowing all kInds and makes of tires at CAD per pair and UI t
tlo Coait rRrakes Dulltup Wheel and Ulcyclei Sundrlei at Half the usual PJOMM
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