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I Wholesale and Retail I LUMBER I DEALERS I Corner South Temple and 2d West St. I SALT LAKE CITY - UTAH I noli Tel. 765. Ind- Tel. 755. " DR. ALVAH LEWIS. 8ALT LAKE PRIVATE HOSPITAL. 1 Special Attention given SURGICAL an dObb I hi HIOAL CASE8. H THR ONLY STJHCTLY PIUVATH II OSIHTAI. IN T1IK STATU H No .152 n. 1st south. M Salt Lako City. I lOnly $45.05 Round I Trip H FROM H OQDEN AND SALT LAKE CITY H M NATIONAL MININQ CONGRESS, H EL PASO, TEXAS. H VIA B The Quick Line to the Southwett. B Corresponding ratei from other Hi points. Dates of sale November 10th Hi and 11th. Final return limit Decern- ber 25th, 1005. Hi For Information regarding train ser- Hi vice and cheap rates, for side trips to Hi Old Mexico and other territories, see Hi or write, H C. P. WARREN, HI Gonornl Agonl. H The Atchison, Topaka 4. Santa Fo Hi Railway Company. H 411 Dooly Block. H Salt Lake City, Utah. 1 S HH To bo assured of a pleasant trip HI caat, mirchnso your tlckots via the H Illinois Central Rail- H road HH from Omahn to Chicago. HJ First-class servlco also bctwoon HH Omntia and Minneapolis ami Chicago H ami St. 1-ouls, as voll as all points In H tlio South and RouthcasL H For full Information call on or write H J. A. FOLEY, HH Commercial Agent, H No 75 West Second South Street. Hl. 3Gfer0,flh Servlo Hv I TO I B I ST. LOUIS I H S w ARO YK H lAST 1 I iipoiu Pacific I BBEshscSmcB I C&MMt ADO 1 1 VCR I LB I ttjMllSflOtl I hV I WUu' I HJ T" s fiCJRlO fah. I B I jfiBCqnjjfcOHiy Caw I H sl'jjaT SfijoAT CjShiiw. BBaaaal Hi FV vHMv F llWfV Kl fferflVD M 3 DR. E. C. FAIRWEATHER, 8 lltooms C and C Walker Hank ntilld- j) Ing. Salt Lako City. g gWlth Dr. Hector Grlswold for th past three years. E ''.'.'.''.'.'.'.'''''.'.'.'"'''. ' ; h R. A. HASDROUCK, .1 J Physician and Surgeon, a. Ofllci), CO Commercial Illock, Salt Like City. Utah ; J 'Phonos 1412-Z nnil 1129-K , s ' vvvv?..v.M....r. GEO. W. PARKS, j a. Land Attorney, ; Auerbach Building, i Salt Lake City. k , CYRUS Q. GATRELL Attorney & Counselor. 3 419 D. F. Wnlkor IlulMlng, Salt Lako City. tjexjxsixsxswixytWiXiiixi sex-stewBoaj) 1 R. H. Officer & Co., I 2 Assayera and Chemists. 3 169 B. W. Temple Bt, Salt Lakes Scity. Wrtto for Mailing Backs. SfeXjXlXjXjXsXiXsXlXjXsXSt i F. M. BISHOP. I AOSAYER. 5 120 W. Snd South, Salt Lko Ctty.S g Opposite Fostofflce. S g Mailing Sacks Furnished. g THE KEELEY CURE. Drunkenness Cured. A positive and permanent euro tot arnnkonness and the opium diseases. There Is no publicity, no slcknoss. Ia dies treated as prlvntely as at tneli own homes. Tho Keeloy Institute. S34 W. Bo. Teraplo. Salt Lake City, Utah. QLADSTONK H,OTBU Mrs. A. M. Marthal, Prop. Ill South Main Street. Salt Lake OUl Neatly furnlshod Rooms by the Day, Week or Month, Rates, CO conts to $1.50 per day. Special rates by the day, wook or month. WINDSOR. EUROPEAN HOTEL. Salt Lake City. Located In tho heart of the city. Rates Reasonable. Light, airy, clean rooms. Flrstelaas In every respocL Btoam heat, Electrlo Lights. i iTo our Flno Soloctlon of ! ; PIANOS. J Vo lmvo added the Chaeo A Baker J 5 Piano Player, Victor Talking J Machines, with a choice selee-J I "5 tlon of the !$ IjLates and Dest Rolls and Records, h x x Beesley MusicCo. . ;?Tho ropular Muslo IIouso, 40 So.' ;5 Main St., Salt Lako City. 3 VROWD FATHER'S FI'RST OJVE j The pleaiuuit looking ioiuiK conduc tor Jumped off tliu car with alacrity and helped I litt matronly woman with tno bah) and folding go cart to a seat. I he woman thanked him ultli affu sion. "I'm nfrald that enrt's going to he In our way," she snld. "Not at all, ma'am," loplivd tho con ductor, u)lng the cart with somo In letest. "Them's miKhty handy," ho remarked. "1 should say they was," said the woman, adjusting tier Infant's hood and removing some traces of recent cooky from Its month with hor hand kerchief. "My land! I don't know how I'd get along without this." "I'm a family man nosclf," uid the conductor with somo pride. "Then you ought to know how a woman's tied to n baby. Wherever she goos tho baby's got to go to." "That's what." snld the conductor, tcuchlng tho baby under tho chin. "Hut thoy'ro great comfort as well as n caro. I've raised four of 'cm, an" I'd bo kind o' lost without a bab" "I would mgelf," said tho condito lor. "It sounds good to hear 'em a yellln' out. Seems MKe home, don't It?" "You're different from most of the men If you like It " said the womartq "My husband likes His children, hut he The) !!' nil ilown pawem old, bearded men Chano1 bnd brought them together In tin- hiiKlling heart of the new south, whin Arkansan forests nro transformed Into U'lifor and car riage materials Tiny sat before n ta ble laden with buttir henna and fried catfish and oilier cotilhwesturn delica cies, and sighed for the more familiar food of their eastern home. "What I want most of all," said Tim- mlns, "is somo of mil's old mosaic pic." "Mosaic pie?" chorused tho of era. "What In tho name of New England Is mosaic pie?" "Mosaic pie," explained Tlmmlns, "Is i to other pies what America Is to Ar- knnsns, It Is the alt-embracing whole j of which the other kind of plo is n I mcro offshoot While npplo plo or cranberry Is for )our man of narrow and prejudiced tnste, mosaic Is tho j I'rnnd which appeals to true catholic- I Ity of taste." "But what Is mosaic plo?" "Well, gentlemen, mosaic plo Is this ; way. In the Tlmmlns household there wero Just live members pa and ma I and Hill and mo and Susie. Pa was I can i i.ind for It to heor 'em brtwl j Ing" j Till ft How don't talk yet, doci j he'' asked the conductor presently i My land, no I Ho ain't but M j months old yot. O, he sajs some i tl.lngH, but not real plain, as jou may i say, to talk Ills sister, she talked n( i 14 months, though llttlo gells gencr ally talk sooncr'n boys, they say." "Mine's a little girl," said the con doctor. "I'vo got thrio boys and n gall," said tho woman "I'o sure got to got one o' them little carts," the conductor declared "Pick 'em up, tako 'cm anywhere, can't )ou? I'vo seen lots of 'cm, but ncer paid no particular attention tc 'em before Put 'cm on a street cat nny where" "It ain't so ens ns It might he,' said the woman. "All o' the conduc tors nin'l as clever an' accommodate In' ns ou are. Thcro's many of 'cir won't neer offer to help." "I know how It Is mnelf, ou see bring a family man " "Hae ou got a?" "Jest the one. but she's a corker" "How old Is she?" The contlurlor pulled out his watch am! corsulted II carerully "Well he ,sald, "site's Just S hours ami 30 mill I utes old right now '--Chicago News TIE SXITET) WHOLE FAMILy mostly p.utlnl to apple pies We had them on Motida) h, Smidnj having been devoted to n rich brown Indian pudding Ma. she Inclined toward the seductive sourness of n cranberry tart, and If we had apple on Mottda, cran berry was slated for Tuesday. Wed nesdny was Hill's turn, and heivotod regularly for custard. I got in an up peal for lemon pie In time to bo satis fled on Thursda), anil Susie ruled tho tabic Friday morning with mince. Somehow or other ma never did get tho knack of dividing anything Into five pieces, pies especially. She pro fcrrcd tho imb regularity of tho hexa gon, and as a consequence there wns always one pleco left over On Satur day morning ma came to tho tabic hearing aloft a triumph of art, consist Ing of tho flvo extrn pieces built Into a now plo all frosted with powdered sit gar. Out of that plo she drew a wedgo of apple for pa, cranberry for herself and so on down the line. "That, gentlemen, was mosaic pie, and as long as I have lived I have nev er seen another variety better suited to satisfy the wants of tho most pcrnlck cty appetite' Youth's Companion. I DOIffG WSIffESS Iff LOffVOff Of the business life In London ol i:ila Ilawls Header. Financier. -JjjJiCj-Wllbo Tompkins writes as follows In i:v cry body's "Business In London Is dono largely over tho dinner table. .If It Is to bo tacit business, women are asked and the nff.ilr hns apparently tho brilliant Irresponsibility of any other social event, for open discussion, only men are assembled Champagne Is Inevi tably the ether through which alt business projects Mow. Tho rolo of Mr Sprague's new partner was largely that of hostess Kver.v one who could be of seivlce direct or Indirect, to iho Multiple Unit Control was given his chance and his dinner, and Miss Haw Is presided with a calm grace and ntver desertctl her. even when, aB often happened, she had to tnko tho tablo n lone woman with ten or n doz en men Asking brilliant companies to meet an Inventor Is not always n sim ple mattpr; genius Is ns lll.cly ns not to arrive an hour or so lute, with a mind above ii polo cv and the traces of tno beloved machlner) clearly visible; but natural ease and n llrm belief In 'tho control' pulled tho voting hostess through and had her steadily In -casing Influence In Sprnguc's favor "To these dinners nnd lunches came engineers, M I"s, peers of the realm, heads of traction companies, wi tors for tho press. Miss Itnwls talked electricity and multiple unit control until she was popularl.v supposed to ho a leading nutliorltj nnd something of nn Inventor herself Of course, her good advantage lay In tho fact that tho svslem she was pushing wns as has since been proved, the best thing of Its kind vet Invented. The facts wero nil on her side; her task was to get these facts n proper hearing. For this, ber clear business head her strong grnsp on the salient nts, wero the best weapons Moreov , ns hostoss and guest she had tho gi ot lousing friendliness, nnd direct, al most selfish Interest both of which inclined men to listen It was, after nil. fairly simple " MET MA'RTy'R'DOM IJV TIXET Conllininlloii of the leport received some weeks ago by Uev Father James A Walsh, diocesan director of the so clots for the Propagation of tho Faith, of this cltj, that one of tho society's missionaries had been put to death In Tibet lias been received, says tho Bos ton filolic The victim was Hov. Father Soulie, who original!) came from Rodez, France, and was Just closing a score of ears' service In Tlbot, whlthor ho went In 1SS5 The details of his death como from n lama of Ynregong. who was a friend of the deceased missionary, On tho day of the mnssacro n troop of lamas of Ualhong had been rt "nlng nmuck In the territory, nnd, at- other out rages had captured nb- sixty sol diers who were stationed v three vil lages close together. The lamas ar rived nt Fnther Soulle's mission about" sundown. Father Soulie deemed It tho vrlier course lo surrender inthor thnn make attempt at escape, bolievlug that noth ing worse than robbery was to bo feared. Tho chief of the troops ordered a no torious character to murder the mis sionary. The Tlbctnn shnckled tho feet ot tho priest but leaving his nrms free. In stantly the victim wns dealt a blow with n sword aimed for tho head but only grazing the side and scarcely wounding Father Soulie. Hut then with a Jugged stotio n severe wotinu was Inflicted In tho side of tho body nnd from this tho doomed priest suf fered greatly until thu end came Tho mission was ransacked, piopcr ty and provisions, though meager, be ing tnken. Father Soullo was then ta ken outside the vlllagu proper n short way nnd In n lonely spot wns tlet to a tree. The end wns not long do yed. A r I lie bull from behind panned through his head and a moment later n second shot pierced his heart. Tho body was cut down nnd covered with stone and branches of trees. HECAME ALAKMEV TOO SOOfi A few weeks ago a lady living In tho vicinity of Copley square was ap proached by n particular young man ledger, who suld: "Mts. H., If )ou could find Just tho right kind of a fel low one who would npprcclato a good homo ut a low price. It would bo agreeable to ute to Lave a room mate so ns to reduce my oxpunsos." A lady friend suggested that Mrs. II mnke tho wnnt known nt the Y. M C A., whera one would bo sure of getting Ju.. the right porson. This wns done, nnd tho face of the young man ut tho desk llglttod up right away as ho tald: "I think I lmvo JU tho man for you; n stw vgtr of good ij. dress has been around hero far iv- oral da) s looking for Just such a place as ou represent Now, )ou will tlnd him at (giving tho address) Just say to him that I sent you." Mrs, II. found the placo nil right, also two )oung men, each about 26 )ears of age, In the doorway. To one of them she said: "I nm looking for u Mr. X. nt this numbor " "Tha that's nt) name." wns the reply. "Well" continued Mrs. II.. "your namo wns given me by the clerk at the Y. M. C- A. who said )oti wero looking for a roommate; now, I" "Yo ye yes." broke In tho blush ing joung man. "1 I wns; but 1 want a gentleman " Boston Herald kHHH7 ' IJiBi Florida One Fare ssr-s-ss V Dally November 1st to April 30th j Final Limit June 1st, 1906 -JJ 1 Through Sleepers K Every day after Nov. 14th from Colorado to Florida without change, .jj "Let us figure on your trip." x K N. L, DREW, General Agent, E. DRAKE Djat Pass. Agent.J J. 800 17th Street, Denver, Colo. O. A. BIBLE, Trav.Paei. Ag t.,.j, ?. or 100 West Second South St., X t; Salt Lake City, Utah. J 3 FAST FJL-YEIIS DAILY BETWEEN 4j OGDEN AND DENVER- $ I I i onoioia Ol" IIOUTES. THROUGH PULLMAN AND TOURIST SLEEPERS ' ' ' ' ' ' - ' ' HI PROM OfJDBIl OR SALT LAKH TO ST. L:0UIS WITHOUT CHANCE OF CARS f ' -- , - - - .1 i - , TTfqjT . Free Reclining Chair Oars. Dining Oar Service a, la carto on all through train. For Folders, IlltutraUd Booklet, eta., address ...... X. A. BENTON, O. A. P. D. SALT LAKE OTTY, UTAH ftaffffffffffffffBaHMtflffBaiaaaaaaaMff - "tttttttttttt --- - - -f 4- $. H TO CALIFORNIA t: AND ITS FAMOUS WINTER RESORTS. . "J"" LOS ANQELES. f fNy CATALINA. OCEAN BEACHE8. T. ORANOE DROVES. SAN PEDRO. I W"l PASADENA. -t- SAN DERNARDINO. COl'' RIVERSIDE. FINEST DINING CAR SERVICE IN THE WEST. Pnlntlol Vcstlbulcd Trains leavo Salt l.ako City 8:30 p. m. dally. Ob- scrvntlon, Drawing Room nnd Standard Pullman Sleeper, Tourist nnd " -f"f Dining Car. -f T FHEE RECLINING CHAIR CAR. -f-f "" --- Ask nearest agent for Information on Pacific Coast Excursions, or - vvrlto to J. L.. Mooro, DIsL Pas. Agent, San Pedro, Los Angeles & 8alt Lnko It. It., Salt Lako City. - "- - t t tU tftt ---f-f-i--f-f . 4--f -f - 4- -f - - - -f 4-4-4-.4.4. 4. REMEMBER IN FICl'RUSG YOUR TRIP EAST THAT THE Oregon Short Jjnb "-h RAILROAD i ii ' ' I , I I I I in D. E. DVRLEY, I Tlffl DOtDCT COWmON Vml THS ttsLEHC UNION PACIHC W ' iirq THB OVERLAND UODTE 7 H ntrcn ts the roruLAR routb to au. roera iBt l j COUBWNG Q SPEED CUT TICKET OfTICE comRonx ' SAFETY L.I T TNION PACIFIC V-NBXCELLED A ROGRESSTVH ALT LAKB CITT. II VTAa. H I TUB OVERLAND ROUTB) - " ' ' IJ . i - - ififf fffffffffif.aif.isisfB.i.Bifi.fifffffffffaf.i.i.f.if I Name Your l I Route East j Ou your next trip EnRt toll your local ticket ngont J that your ticket to Chicago must road via the " t Chicago, Milwaukee&St.Pauli I Railway '4 4- t You will lo yourself a kindness, securing tho maxi- 4 niuin amount of comfort at tho minimum cost. Don- hlo daily train sorvico from Ogdon to Chicago nnd 4 . from Denver to Chicago. Knto in through sleeping 1 cars, Ogdon to Chicago, standard, $!).fj0; tourist $1.75. . X nildorg nnd complete Information froo. Any tlckot neonf 4 can tlckot you Kast via this lino. Ask him to do so 5 IT ' 4- C. S. Williams, Commercial Agent, "t Salt Lake City. 4 AJlA --f-f4--iV126.96.36.199, 4. 4. 4. i