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B Hon. John Barrett.
sH ssssE" fT- LH LLLBBHbu-sflB H rrom .t.rroirrtlh, ropjrUbt, h L'mt.rwootl A Uoil.rw.od, N Y. H Our former minister to Colombia, Just appointed director of the Interna' H tlonal Bureau of American Republic! to which Andrew Carnegie has donated H over a half million dollars for a new building to be erected in Washington. H Mr. Barrett has filled several Important diplomatic positions, among H them are: the position of Minister to Siam, settling by arbitration claims H Involving three million dollars and securing first exact interpretation foreign H extraterritorial Jurisdiction, Asiatic countries; undertook several diplomatic H commercial Investigations In Japan, Corea, Siberia and India; war corre- B spondent In the Philippines In 1898; was Minister to Argentina and Panama H prior to his appointment In Bogota, Colombia. I ENGINES RUN ON SNOW. H NEW LOCOMOTIVE BUILT FOR M NORTHERN PINERIES. H Mounted on Sleds, the Machine Hauls H Great Loads of Logs Has Novel H Traction Device Speed of H Five Miles an Hour. H Minneapolis, Minn, A now nml H iowcrfiil snow locomotlvo for i.o In H InrRO part In hauling logs In thu H iilncrlcs of northern Minnesota, Wis- H L-onsIn and other northwestern states V' hali been built nud put Into service. H A portablo hollar, firebox pattern, Is H mounted on a heavy channel Iron H frnmo which extends from the extremo H front to the- rear or the machine. The H channels support the cab and tho coal H tender. A water tank Is carried under H tlio boiler on thn name frame. The H latter In turn Is supported by thu H heavy traction wheels In tho rear and H by tlio sled In front. Tho boiler Is ton H feet In length, 35 Inches In diameter, H tubes Hi Inches. H Four cylinders are provided for H transmitting power. Those aro at H (ached In pairs, two ermines on each H side of the bollor, bolted to tho frnmo H and boiler In nn uurlght position. H Kacli pair of engines la equipped with H reversInK link motion. H Tho traction device consists nf two H heavy runners, one on either Bldo of H Die eiiglno, which aro carried on u GV4- HH Inch Iron shaft. On each end of theso f runno's Is attached a pair of heavy fcj boxes In which Iron shafts run. Koch fl shaft has a heavy sprocket wheel and H these wheels mesh Into and carry tho H tread on log chains, Tlio latter aro Hj 12 Inches wide and nbout 2$ feet long. H Kach pair of runners also has two H tool-stool roller chains. Theso chains H are shown on tho sides of tho sprock- H ets under tho tread chain. This trac- Hj tlon dovico Is novel and certainly the H most Interesting purt of this locoino- H When tho engines aro started power Is truusuiltted by spur pinions on crank shafts to pinions on tho fiont end of tho drlvliiK shafts. On tho tear end of these liilng shafts uro at tached bovel pinions which inesh In lai'KO hovel Keurx miming on millls on tho iiinlu bearing. Theso hovels also have a spur fiear nttnehed to Iheni which rarrles tho power through nn Intermediate gear and another spur gear to tlio shaft of tho rear sprockets, tho tear being the driven sp'rocket. All Rearing Is cut from solid steel. Tho runner eastings, sprockets, tri'ad chains jind ull'parts subject to severe strain nro niado from a high grade of cast stcol and aro built for sovero woik. Tho cab Is titled up In tho usual lo comotlvo stylo, each engine having quadrant and level for tovorslng. Tho regulnr typo of locomotlvo throttle Is used. Theso engines weigh about 10 tons without coal or water and about 18 tons when ready for tho load. With 200 poundB of steam pressure thoy do vclop about 100 horsepower aud luivo a speed of from four to.flvo miles an hour. When tho roads aro well graded and Iced theso engines will handlo from soven to ten heavy logging sleds. Sov cral engines hauled 00,000 feet ot green hemlock and hard wood to the loud aud niado three round trips ovory ten hours on an elght-mllo road, or CO miles a day. Tho bulldor of theso snow locomo tives, ii manufacturing company of Knu Claire, Wis., has dollvored several of them to lumber llrms. principally In Minnesota nml Wisconsin, and suc cessful records wero niado. Ono on glno near Walker, Minn., took nine sleds to the lundlng, each slod carry Ing 12,000 feet of whlto plno nud Nor way logs, and ono made four trips on a llvo-mllo road ovory day. This engine Is particularly serviceable whon tho timber Is scattorod or stands In small bodies Uncle Sam's Commerce Is Booming. H His Trade Growth In Two Years Is M More Than $31,000,000. H Washington. Tho enormoiiB growth H In Amorlcan trade with Its noncontigu- H ous terrlturU In tho last calendar H ear as contrasted with tho preceding H ono Is shown In figures compiled by H tho bureau of statistics ot tho depart- H ment of conunorco and labor. In value H this comniorco aggregates $131,000,- H 000, compared with less than $100,- M 000,000 In 1904. M Of this trade $59,000,000, In round m numbers, consisted of merchandise H shipped to thoso territories and $72,- H , 000,000 worth of merchandlso recelv- 1 ed from them. In addition to this H there wns received from Alaska over H $18,600,000 worth of gold, being Its H own production, and $(1,500,000 of for- H rlgn gold, principally from tho llrttlsh H territory adjacent. H Of the $59,000,000 worth of mor- B chandlso sout to tho non-contiguous j territories about $22,000,001 worth B went to l'orto IUco, $17,500,000 to H Alaska, $12,500,000 to llvvull and $7,- H 000,000 to tbo Philippines. H Tho following flgurei show how H American shlpmonts of innrchaudlsu H have Increased In 190C as compared M with 1904; l'orto Ulco Tiom $12,000,- H 000 to $23,009,000, Alaska from $11,- M 500,000 to $17,500,000, Hawaii from M $11,000,000 to $12,500,000 and to the I'lilllpplnes from $.1,000,000 to n lllllo over $7,000,000. Shlpiiients of niorchandlso from noncontiguous territories to tbo Unit ed 8tates during tho samo period have IncreuBed as follows: Uawnll from $25,000,000 to nearly $30,000,000. l'orto Ulco from $H,000,000 to $20,750,000 Alaska from $10,500,000 to $12,000, 000. while In tho cuso of "tho I'hlllp. plues there Is shown a slight reduc tion. Tho Rold received from Alaskn, tho total of domestic production, was In 1004 a llttlo over $9,000,000 and In 11)00 $18,600,000. Rare Violin Is Found. New Yorlc A violin, which tho pollco said had a label marked "An tonlus Strudlvarlus, Ciomonensls, Ka clobat Anno 1730," wus mioarthod among a ipiautlty of suppoBod stolon goods. Tho violin and goods wore found at tho homo of Krnst Krlnkort, who Is under nrrost. An expert will bo askod to examine (ho violin to as certain If It Ih a genuine Crumouu. $12,500 Paid for a Vase. l.ondoii. Tv,onty.llvo hundred g. neas, a record prlro, was paid at Christie's for a square shaped Chlnoso vaso of tho Kung-Hu period 20V4 Inrhrj high. Duveen llros. were tho buers. i.h.ii I ELECTRIC 8PARK8. Tho Chicago- llccord-Horald nomln tes Chancellor Day na tho personal d visor of thu Oaokwar of Darodn. Vhat has tliut paper cot aglnst tho laokws.3 im't It nbout timo tnat tho prcsl lent re hearing from Hnrrlman iow he Is getting nloiiK with damming up the Colorado Illvor, which has .uoiil danin'il tho country. Wo are expecting the defenso In he Thaw trial to movo that the Jury jo iIiiiwii from tho Insano asylum, in the theory that a man must bo tried hj a Jury of his poors. A Minnesota woman shot five limes it a burglar and hit her plato glass ailrror every time. Of course, she hod to look Into tho mirror to see If her pistol was held straight. If senator Kornker only know It the negro Is a good dcnl moro con cerned with holding oMlco, limn ho Is with upholding tho Itrownsvlllo ne groes News Hem -Senator Ualloy did not cull nnybody n liar today. The Houston Post calls tho cuso against llullcy an epidemic of "ni-mortl.-.m It Is also tho Inflamatory kind lialever our theories nbout tin written law, there nro somo ports of the Thaw case, lhal would have been better unwritten. NUiirngiin and Honduras both seem more aTralil or tho big stick than ot emit other The examination ofthoseneg ro riot era will help tho northern people to understand the diniculty southern courts have In gutting at tho truth. Tho decision of tho N. Y.t Supreme court that a streetcar transfer must bo Issued on n transfer, will enable a man to hold onto a strap all day for n nickel. ' Somo people won't understand what tho Thaw trial Is for, unloss tho whole tnttlo of the Tenderloin can be brought out. Of course It wns u I'lttsburg man who discovered a sunspot 188,000 miles long, so you must mako allow ance for Ids glasses. Since tho (-ongroscmeii raised their own salaries, you can't convince thorn that the country Isn't getting along nil right. The sun Is now suffering from blis tering spots: hut wait until July, tlivn he will do tho blistering. Senator Albert J. Hovoridgo has got into print again. This timo It was 3011 pugos of the Congressional Hoc ord. "WlilBky Is nil right in Its phico." said Carrie Nation. And if wo Judge by her actions, Carrlo thinks that plpco Is In, tho gutter. Tho oftonor Mr. Jeromo loses his temper, tho moro certain ho Is to lose tho case. IHUHIG, riANoa, w Organs Ar.d AH Xtustcal Instrument, g a Boesloy Music Co.. S it South MaJn Btr. 3 A Bait Laks OVf, a IWrtffl?i7r7tr?fffflfflrnBtMngXlXPt ssfl sssW V S 1 I Bli J B lsssssB Anyone pntHnt kMrhant1tlMcr1pllonnijT qulcklf nnrlnin our opinion fre whelbfr ail tlom Mhrttr umttidantui. HANDBOOK on lateuu entfrva. OMmi nuenrr fur wurnig patent. t'Mienta taken tiiroUkth Munn A Co. reft In i tptetatnotUt, without clmrge, luthe i Scientific flmcricniu A hndomclllluitrIM wtfklr lJrgMt fir. rulattoti of an 7 civntido Journal. 'lrtni, 13 a tM four tnontlis, U twltlbyull newialer. MUNN&Co"'B'NcwYork llr.uch uaw. 635 Y Bt. WMhlDalun. 1). C EVERYTHING In the RubberOoods line Fresh 8tock. All goods guaranteed. Send ui your mall orders. ELITE DRUQ CO, 33S Main St, Salt Lake City, Utah. A. D. TODIN, Furniture House Now and Socond Hand Purnlturo Bought, Sold and Exchanged. Agents for Homo Comfort Ranges aud Buppllos 33 West First South SAIr LAKE CITY Phones, Ind. 7C3 Boll 1287-K (Mention this paper.) Men and women to learn barber trade In 8 weeks. Wages paid every night. Graduates earn $15 to $25 per week. Cat. froo. Write us. Mohler System of Colleges, C2 13. First South St,, Salt -ahtf City. Utah. . KKK.'.K.K,.K''.KK..KKV.KKV.'..n j: HUDDART FLORAL CO. 5 v K 114-116 E. 2nd So. 2 i J- (Opposite Grand Theatre.) J 5 Cut flowers and floral work for J all occasions. Wo mako a specialty of shlpplngvl k funeral designs. Write , tolopbono'j a,or telegraph. I s Phones 100. P O, Hox 443.-J 5 CUTLER BROS. CO. Knit Undorwcar and Woolen Goods. Host pnnth on earth, to order, $3.50. 36 Main St., Salt Lake City, Utah. f DONT MISS THE LARGE HTO-v $ MOBILE J jjaiiat runs to all points ot Intorest.Ji vwlth n good cuido. Faro $1.00. , Ji'SeolnB Salt iMko" Car and Autos., i 40 15 2nd So. -A'A'AA'A''A''IAAAA,A'AAAAAA'.IAA44 - E. H. EARDLEY & BROS., Everything ELECTRICAL. 04 Markot SL Doth Phones PETERSON'8 DETECTIVE 8ERVICE COMPANY, 328-329 D. F. Walker Bldg, Salt Lake City, Utah. We aro propared to undortako all proper dotoctlvo business Intrusted to us for corporations and Individuals. Consultation and advlco froo. 'Call or write. 'Phonos: Ind. 3988, Boll 1316-Y. Wo want throo good, capable, detec tives. Wrlto for particulars. WA8H IT AWAY. Lend and uremic poisoning cured. Castllla Hot Springs Water docs tho work. Ithoumatlsm vanishes at Its touch. For ratoa apply to C. H. Southworth, Manager, Boom 222 Commorcl.il Club building. Salt Uiko CIt. ,tiuwHitiwnnntMWHittmttmst . R. A. HASBROUCK, 'Jj Phystoltn and Surgeon, ;5 Office, 60 Oommorolal Block, K Salt Lake City, Utah. j - 'Phonos 1412-Z and 1419-K. i ' X AAA'A-AA'A'A'A'A'A'A'A'A'A'A'afAA-l-A'A'' 4 TRAINS- A DAILY T EAST VIA This Includes tho famous OVERLAND LIMITED and the now LOS ANGELES CHICAGO LIMITED Strictly Twontlolh Century, Vest I buled. Electric Lighted Steam Ho.it d Trains operating Pullmau Palace Sleepers; Incomparable Observation Library and Dining Cars ot tbe very latest manufacture. ONLY 4J HOURS. SALT LAKE TO CHICAGO, City Ticket Ofuco. 201 Main SL 8ALT LAKE CITY UTAH. J 1906 MODELS. MS sV Grand Prize, Paris, 1900; Double akv Grand, St. Louis, 1904. laTJsnsW Send coupon below, filled out, to I Jlsnkw uur llellr0Kt dealer or to us and get llW. 0llr 1"rce 'lrla' ul"' Kaay lyiunt Of- f m m m m m m vt 'or t0 rHponslblo parties anywhoro I VmM VaTlyflittfiis. '" tno Ulll,,Hl States. Don't dolay, I I if HHsuJtk T',s la 5",lr oPPfttihlty to secure ab le WklM0r "Vm solntoly the best Talking Machlno 1 imr (frVt.- rrf mndo, on payments that will not bo j MsaKasjKb. sj felt Wo accept old machines In part jr SST2TIMBEtPEBSff7 payment. A written guarantee from Trraa'JflAVamx'r'w' the oldost, largest and most success- (JlfvJH1 L (I X- fnl mwnufacturors ot Talking Ma UU'1 """'IU. chines In tlio ontlro world. . r ,.,. , Columbia Phonograph Co., Gen'l. M. It. Coliimliln l'honoirr.inh Coinl T" kw c'."7'" & Ma,n 8i Numo FyTaVntr'th 0nd No tr"ture- Ctty state Jt "k? cuy Utah Dental Co., "ZTZzi. OR. A. IIMUXMU.1I, MOR. ihu zmuM r.iiurr triuutti rua. xn wttt okw itwk- I B.I ltk (VmI t.4 nkkM) . O. mwii, l-k If. ft V. if.M 9r)4 rk, Wmi ..,,.,,.,..... M.ts i if.ti AU SUM links ............. .10. V. 1M 13 Year Guaranty. (VMf $$ k free snsa" lfcr?wHk eja tm p. mj Randars, 10 U 3. MHsUsMdsV BE1NO IHIfl AJD WITH YOXTt If you need anything in I Pure Wines or Liqviors, I mail us your wants. ... i We will do the rest. ' s MVLVEYCO. 14-16 East First South Street 3 Salt Lake City, Utah 1 ammmmammm&maHagmm-ammmm0mHmtrmt imbiiiiiiimS A CLEAN MffiJOl mouth.: IMp ....IS AN ATTRACTION EVERYONE SHOULD HAVE OUR PRICES. A Set ot Teeth, comfortable to woar, natural In appearance, restoros lost expression ft.OO A Gold Crown, made ot the very boat cold, will not come off, or wear out $4.00 to 15.00 Bridge Work, the kind that lasts, made of tho best gold, will not i break and fully guaranteed $4.00 to $100 Oold Filling, absolutely pure cold, and guaranteed not to come out $1.56 and p Alloy Fillings, tho next best fillings to pure gold and guaranteed to presorve tbo teeth from further docay 75o to $1.00 Silver Killings, guaranteed not to come out 50c and up If YOUR teeth are crooked, decayed or broken tho ELECTRO DENTAL CO. can remedy the dofoct and do It perfectly. They bar throo doctors each an export In hla branch. ELECTRO DENTAL CO. y , DR8. WARD AND EDGE, 8 Open dally until 6 P. M. Sundays 10 to S 176 8Uto Street Rooms 14-10-16 Qalena Block. Ind. 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J ' OPEN DAY & JMICHT. jj 52-54 W. 3rdS. St, SALT LAKE CBTY. f I.t,chirfPract, Treatment will euro, It a new science of heallnn I without the use of drug.. It It In harmony with nature'a lawa.Se?. dom falls: never doos harm. We use no dru0s, no knives. Chlro. praetlc Is common aense. It will bear Investigation. It Ii Tth Ton mode of healing which exactly locate, the caw. oflcknes. and re m.V" '1? Te- ll ' "ot.F'h Cure, Christian Science , Mannetlc Osteopath Massage, Photo-Th.rapy or anything else, but cWpraS tie. It is based on a correct knowledge of the nerves. It adlust. all displacements and allow, the Innate builder to reconstruct the broken down tissues. Call and get e 16-page book that explain, our mode of treatment. Consultation" and Examination free. Lady Assistant. Office hour. 10 to 12 a. m. THE CHIROPRACTIC INSTITUTE AND CURE 64 W' 2nd 5o- 8t- s' City, Utah. Bell Phono 1232y. '