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7 OGDEN TRADES ASSEMBLY 376 Twentyfourth Street 2T
EMPLOYERS LIABILITY
fi la nald thataiiIon an thflro wo
intniln ltt rr will be ral1 rood accl
Ir mid thnt ft will be practically
imf0rtl to pr t et thorn The
K mp thing may lite truthfully li nl l
of m Inditry wherein kvrgo numbors
nro employed It IB trw that many
f Mieso accldenlM wherein human life
Iq Cither sacrificed or Injured are nn
avnldftWo or almo t Imposiilblo to pro
IrJf while on the other hand iiutny I
of thorn could hnrn ben prevented
bad the proper precniitlonK boon
tkTL It Iff akso tnie thnt some of
t h accidents are partiallr tho re
Ill ot rarelflssnestt or negligence on
TIll part of the op mtlve but this I
an element of chance which should be
vtkn Into conakleratioii by tho e on Ii
fAitg IN limlnf iu well a s many
oihrr thlligx of like nature Condl I
tiflM Murronqdlng bunfnoa today are
asH > different from wlwt they were
twfniv loots nfo where only a few
vfre pjnployed tog ther or whore
tha had any employment afllllntloit
in thai ca e tho fellow servant
ftOJOUlon T > sg not so far wrong hut
flat 110 today where men engaged In
thr oRmt occupation inny be sepnr I
III iiv even hundreds of miles and
viill In dependent upon ench oilier
TIll machinery of today hiu changed I
all that and the Injury to or de truc
Uron of llmt morhino Is certainly an
t innt of chance which Is always
tnu < n Into xccomH nnd which is al j
wjn repaired or replaced at the jX
fI nnc of the busIness Certainly the I
Man 111I an much a port of the business
ns in the machine and should r e he
n mrrch or more consideration he
IR > v hf not only bring to the bUll
in H hlx creative powers but Intclll
Fnff a 5 woll Therefore the bUll I
nr ss should ropnlr ho broken arm or
leg nnd pay or tho loss of life Just
the same as it Is compelled to repair
the broken shaft and to pay for the
IUSH of the entire machine
Iiarld floss SecreUry of the II1I
nolK bureau of labor statistics In
Miritking of the ornplojors Oabllity
laws among other tilings said Ac
cidents represent so much IOBU suf I
f red a an incident of the pro ceullon
of industry and Hhould be prodded
tor In the same manner as other nec
essary expenses The labor of men
Is as essential to the success of an
Industrial enterprise us that of the
machinery and this plan of manage
ment recognized by every civilized
government would In this respect put
the man on an equality with the ma
chine and require that toe cost of a
broken bone or other Injury like a
broken machine should be classified
lu the category of legitimate operat
ing expenses nnd properly listed as a
charge against the Industry to be re
wiped as other losses from the proflta
of the business Aside from the prln
1 Uplo there IR a certainty about this
method which should command the
Indorsement of every employer of la
bor In tho moro dangerous trades
rhe occurrence of accidents are so reg
I ular whether figured on the basis of
man employed or work performed as
10 make them a definite insurance
risk eo Unit men investing their capi
tal would know in advance what
leases under this plan it would be
ii nocosanry to anticipate nnd provide
for the difference being that Instead
of distributing net and varied sums
In payment of court costs and attor
ney foes under tho prevailing system
Hiidclllo amounts probably less in the
Rggrogato would bo paid directly to
p those who aro most entitled to Il A
consideration of tho subject from this
I viewpoint must necessarily reject the
c propoaltlon that any part of the man
r or needed to liquidate such claims
should bo deducted from wages While
I the suggestion that a fund bo created
t to which employers and employes con
I tribute Is a decided advance over the
I unbusinesslike method now obtaining
ulmple Justice requires that tho bur
den bo borne entirely by the trade or
Industry that tho cost of such protec
tion bo charged against tho business
and that no portion of It should be ex
tracled from the wages of the work
lumen
j This U seems to me Is sound logic
1 nnd good common sense Under tho
i preeent system the mAn who has
Riven nil tho bOlt years of his life to
I or In tho service of another who has
bOon the bnnollcinry of the greater
U portion of his earning In ease of ac
4 cldonl must prosecute his claim be
fore the courts and If successful in
securing Judgment for the full amount
for which he brings suit because of
the almost Innumerable and Intermin
able delays It Sins cost him onehalf
or more before ho receives It and he
In benefited but llttlo While on the
other hund 1f there wag It law com
pelling ho payment of stipulated
Hums for classified Injuries It Is safe
to aty that It would cost the eat
l > lo > or loss money and at the game
time bo of much greater benefit to the
employe or his benoJIclarles as well
aa to the general public
NONSENSE
Webster says nonsonao Is that
which has no moaning without onne
1 words which etproes nothing AS a
noted physician said when asked to
drino Insanity It h a condition very
difficult to define for I think we are
all troubled with the disease moro or
OsSSo I sav In regard to non
Valuable Hand Book on
p PATENTS
pATrNrsh hnoMlIim O to lh wefth
of lb LnIt 18IAtu They DUO lam Ibo boult
H mAnr ooln1 toti use Oar nINtl are otir tT
tmfualnnal nqr orlnloUI U to pcntawuity are
lnltnIT tmbluM and mnTlhQ ndfIIiTetlturl
tM Ihnk ns for hM1
drtw which U a tllov811 Ed
dluNOlntUlbl and Iou of taonor wbero tbre o
toOzopt of InNe I JtYOI1tsh tho NntCfJ Of
IIlClmetll nf ibo buli t ItaD4In hun < < lbs tart
rail tnt lfYctltG Ia the wnrld toolUnl u PtteOQ
UU without cipcaw or ob1tstto or writo ts
Iatcnt ecured tUroaeh 31 r N Jf fc O O
rccelTc a upeclal notice Ircc In ibo
SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN
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senso we are all affllcl d moro or
leas So I say In regard to non
moaning or that express nothing
which when lined In earueat aro a
waste of time and energy but when
used otherwise may be productive of
some llttlo pleasantrle So you will
pardon mo when I tell you that the
painters are alwa > daubing thing
up a and thn Hodcarriera are con
stantly loaded and the Blacksmiths
never get tired of beating thing up
while the Carpenters are very quiet
I but aro Rill sowing wood the Cook
I and Waiters are hashing things null
tho Bartenders are quite refresh
Ing The Browwry workers nro still
llrxlng and tho Deer bottler an
stopping tho flow while the Beer
drivers are wheeling the dmught
Th Clgarmnkors persist In roiling
pills find the Garment workers con
llnii to overui kill people while
the Electrical workers are loiiKdli
Jance llqhLnlng bugs The Horse
shoers constantly nail thing while
he MimlofittH have W gel up high
to C The Machinists make things j
Hliiger Iho Trainmen are always i
I nth orders while Ihe Loiter Cur I
nor are the greatest distributor of j
notes in existence The Retail I
Clerks adjust new ends the Switch I
men shunt things the Street Car
I
men are mostly fare plearc and the
Sheet Metal Workers are eternally up
and spout The Printers have plenty I I
i or pie ibe Teamsters have heavy
draffs the Barbers are constant I
Into cutting scrapes and tho Plumb
ers have a lend pipe cinch on the
whole bunch Notwithstanding the
awful things the boys are guilty of
tlioy are the kandy kids and are
making tiling hum Good things are
reported all along the Hue increases I
ih membership letter attendance at
m money lu tho treasury
Ctcand prosperity seems to perch
upon the union banner even If the
local trust has got things so high
that we have to stand on our tiptoes
to reach them Watch us grow grow
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i + Marxian Chab Socialists I t
Lot every class conscious worker
do the work that is next hIs or her
nddo It wholeheartedly and thor
oughly and things are bound to move
Soclallsmwards Let us appreciate
more thoroughly the great honor which
social development has conferred upon
us In selecting is as the Instruments
of natures highest work the Coop
erative Commonwealth Comrades
look abroad and seo how mighty our
movement la grown and let us sing
with the swoot bard of Labor Wil
liam Morris
THE I W W
At the lime of the first convention
of the T W W as It was just organ
ized the Marxian club endorsed its
platform principles Tho orgnnlzntlou
has since then had a split and the
one that Is gaining so much notoriety
In Spokane haa repudiated political ac
tion The opinion of the club Is
voiced In the following editorial from
the Weekly People
Ancnt Spokane
Of those If any who may have be
lieved the statement Pure nnd Sim
ple Socialist part Ballotifim merges
Into Pure and Simple Anarchist Domb
hun was a bit of ill temper at least
an exaggeration on tho part of the
Dally People the attention Is hereby
called to certain happenings going on
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CLEANING I I
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New and complete machinery j Ij
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Means
the best work at the most I
rsaaonabla
JPriCe5 H
We clean everything and dye
anything
We go after the good
We return them
All you do Is to phone us I I
Bell 9S7K IND 344
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Surcctsor to Allen Transfer Co
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VANS DRAYS BAGGAGE WAG
CONS PIANO FURNITURE AND
SAFE MOVING
405 20th St Both Phones 321
grow Tar tie boo f 100 hoe frr
Ogden rb r ouDtj I tAb
It you want to wear thing that are
perfectly aaf and tree tmm th pnIIo
Nlbllltr of cOntsftn R > tb lIrl
for the little lafxl Ho fJla > i > OM
that It ought If hI Ihlff iut it ln
but remember If H hm Ibf rlnht to
be there Its there
Get bua > got coodltioDS get the
wages and yon TriJI get thf minn r
and the money Or set bus Ct ho
mombera and the money and > o will
get the condition and the wages You
must have one or the other to Mart
with so if you aro too lazy or indol
ent to got the one yoa dont deserve
the other
THE CURSE FCHEAP LABOR
Employers sympathizer and neat
inenUillalB have Joined their force for
tho open door for all Immigration
which include the coolie labor of
Aftia Wo nil know that wages will
never rise above the amount paid to
the majority of workers In any com
munity If the majority of vajteworh
era are satisfied with a dollar a day
that community will be n dollar a day
community There Is plenty of evi
dence In every part of the world to
prove what no any and It Is conven
ient to every man who takes the
trouble to look for IL
Wo arc confronted with a demand
from agriculturalists manufacturer
end mine owners for cheap labor
Pnrni labor is poorly paid mine labor
IK paid starvation wagon and mill
operated by cheep labor furnish a bare
living with the accent on the bare
Yet from these sources there cornea
a united demand for the free and
uninterrupted admission of all labor
frnm every part of the world The
claim la made that it Is necessary lo
oiicouragft commercial relations with
these nations To prove ho wllttle
there Is In It wo will attention to
the enactment of the German tariff
that practically throws out many Am
f rlcan products because the stand
palters will not nrgee to tariff con
cessions to encourage trade relation
Immigration from Germany IH nut
clump labor and the deduction can eas
ily be made between the stand for
high tariff and the admission 01 cheap
labor
But let an aroused public opinion
continue tn work for the welfare of
the country and eventually there will
be sufficient return to warrant fur
ther ventures In the control of over
capitalized mismanaged and abused
public service corporations legislative
bOttleS and political bosses from
which all of the people will profit In
stead of a very few gentlemanly crim
inal and nbiiHorr of public privileges
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± Any question concerning Social Editorial Committee = 1
+ Ism answered Address nil com KATE S HILLIARD
S munlcntlons to K S HllllarJ E A BATTELL +
C 436 Hcrrlck Avenue ROY E SOUTHWICK
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TIn
In Spokane together with the attitude
thereon of both the avowedly Anar
chist and the S < P press
To the Pacific slope there regularly
gravitates u largo number of workers
from among the vubt muse of prole
tarians whom Insecurity of occupa
tion keeps on tho go In search of a
Job It should seem that the hard con
ditions inflicted by capitalism upon
this worried element would render
them exempt from further attempts at
exploitation It happens otherwise
During the second and third year of I
the existence of the I W W one J I
II Walsh a man of shady anteced
ents who managed to obtain from the
organization credentials as organizer I
gathered hero and there what ho
could of the roving proletarians be
yond the Rockies men and some wo
men into lodging houses organ
ized them Into I W W locals and
proceeded to make his living out of
them It was essential to Walrhs I
plan to keep the men nnd women who
fell his victims In excitement and of
course uninformed Salvation Army
like they wore dragged along the
streets and made to sing hysterical
songs the refrain of one of which
their favorite one being I am a bum I
These lodginghouse ventures of
Walshs sprang up and melted away
One of these however the one In
Spokaue survives to this day
Anarchistic Methods
The Spokane lodginghouse Local
of the tW W
Is virtually all that i
was left of the TWW to the Anar
chist element which upon motion of I
the avowed Anarchist Axelson and
upon his urging Show me where
political action has accrued to the
benefit and where it can benefit the
working class tore from their pre
amble the I W W call upon the pro I
letariat to unite upon the political as
well gg upon the industrial field Im
pellrd by the Anarchist momentum
Imparted to It by the tearing out of
the political clause from their pre
amble tho Spokane lodginghouse
concern speedily ripened into full
fndt The lslotig of capturing big
things and hip bodies in the Past hay
Inc quickly vanished and their na
If s She
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High IPatenl
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Best
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Season
I IS HERE
Got your Guns Ammunition and
Hunting Outfit at 25CI Washington
avenue
HoC HansenCo
Monal rz t Tl Inu lrtal nTI
tin 1 i < III < Mr4o tie lag t t > l
II > given op the ghost the Sjiokanc
lodcinghouBorri set ui Ikclr own pa
rr Tli Industrial 7orfcer anJ
> i jfrh its r Iifl u innouflr I U
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> to Y h s r 1 ir what Ih ti r
Th Industrial orkfr tdk
preaching a wal revolution rejud
lated the ballot absolutely Joor d uo < l
sneered at the xiuf and urged direct
action only Logica y enough from
uch pnrnlw i ho paper I t
theft SA vKll as Miner rrirm Itnl
frauds AM legitimate wiapon In ihf
arsenal of the M0iillon thai It agitates
tate for In hurt the fruit of Slum
racry ripened mellow on the Anarchi
talk The Spokann I W W con
cern made good jrs refrain 13m a I
bum
FREE SPEECH FIGHT
It goes without wiring that mon
and women brought up in such an ir
rational and poisonous school Here
bound to break loo a aoonw or
later especially sooner It ban w >
hapened Their rtotinan they have
sought to dignify probably ta all eta
eerily u tar Ha the rank nml Ale la
concerned with the term of Free
Speech Fight and the capitalist
police nnd other authorities only too
anxious to help degrade labor vex
worr and bait It gladly rivalled them
selves of the opportunity
That under such circumstances
llother Earth the organ of Anarch
lets Alexander Berkrnn antI Emma
Goldman should turn somersaults of
delight and refer to Lho Spokane I
nmabmns HA our Spokane com
radon Is legitimate equally legltl
nmto to those who hare u grasp of so
cial science Is the conduct of the So
ctallat party organization of Spokane
together with the 8 P press of the
land monthly weekly and dally Just
now when nnd immediately After the
monumental fnlluie of their urc and
I Slmplo Uallotlsm these bodies and
pnperH that had and have nothing but
hostility anti vIlllfiCHllon for the orig
inal I NV W with the political clause
are seen merging enthusiastically with
the Spokane Pure and Simple Bomb
jam Tho ostrich when pursued
hidcR his head In tho said the S P
In distress dips Its bond In a sewer
With malice toward none with char
ity for all with profound reverence
for facts the S P having fullllleu I
its mission of illustrating the utter
bankruptcy of Its policy of Pure arid il
Slmplo Ballotlsu should now wipe it
self out of existence and bare an
archy to the unenviable mission of
soiling the good namo of the Socialist
or Labor movement
Ogden Utah Nov 17
To ito Working Class of Ogden
Senator Lu Folette undoubtedly to
many minds solved the trust problem
to ft T Get good men in the legisla
tures try to enforce tho antltrust
laws and what will happen 1 uO con
centration of Industries will go on
Just the same no law of nature or of
trade will stop the concentration of
industries under one head
The trust Is one of the forces that I
Is driving us to a higher civilization
It is one of the forces that Is drivIng
the working class to action In order
that they may free themselves from
the chains of wage slavery
Competition Is no longer tho life of
trade Competition moans bankruptcy
and ruin Without the trust tho cap
italist could realize no profits
But with the formation of the trust
the capitalist furnishes the material
for his own downfall The capitalist
Is no longer necessary as a producer
all ho docs Is to draw dividends on
stocks and bonds and the real pro
ducers In our great Industries today
from the managers down are tlio
wage earners
When the trusts control all the
means of production and distribution
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QUALITY OF TONE THAT
ATTRACTS ATTENTION
AND WINS ADMIRATION
WHEREVER THEY ARE
HEARD
Call and hear one of Uicsc
excellent toned Pianos see the
truly artistic case designs and
inspect tho perfoct workman
ship
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Our prices
are reasonable
and our easy payment plan
makes it possible for the person
with u modest income to en
joy a nice Piano in their home
OUR LINE OF REED SONS
SINGER AND BRADFORD PI
ANOS GIVES THE BUYER A
FINE SELECTION OF GOOD
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INSTRUMENTS AT A LOW
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2560 Washington Ave Ogden
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d aI H IA1 en 11 rut
lat5 fUl t al r > 4 In Xa5
floa of land and not the dtructlnQ
of th trust U the rem < lv
I Th working class must brtttK tills
I 11 t oil th rh rttos
sril 1lra hn
As Individual we axj 1U A = rala
of sand Hut when tb orkinK < Mai
nr organized Ihe will bo all I > vrrr
f Ill and anlt d will make a unotuntaip
Th tl flIrr1JIh of this 81t
tern ulil I Kiri III rntmblc and all
end 01 its mlri wH be built a higher
xorUl > rdr then he exploitation o f
man will rse Anl also tb rule of
man over wr rn i and oclriv will be
no arranged for th t tee and full do
t olmeat of each member flu rof
HOWARD HALL
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I W W NOTES
By H Richter General Secretary
Treasurer Hnmtram Mich
I The cVind of P3Itm Bi and dlwip
polntiaent which settled upon a great
port 110 o f the industrial Union move
neit following the action of DM to
sailed fourth convention of the 1 W
W is vanIshing
Calm invettlKaiJoa a clearer per
ception of the principle and form of
a sound economic organization to
Kether with the prewur of capitalist
d rrt lonmeut ns It mnnlferta Itself In
greater misery and dependence of the
worker Id slowly but with the Irre
ftlftHble power of R growing froce
IUBhInK aside all impedingenta
Simple Industrialism more simple
than Industrial which emphasizes
the form and substitutes noise for
principle will not succeed In tmpM
Ins Itself for any length of time t
will not be able to folat a revamped
IMf movement for enlightened clans
action
A worker who ignore hi political
rights or he not willing to fight for
thorn Is depriving himself of the I
menus which pant struggles have I
brought forth rwidy lovers for great
er class progress nnd effectiveness in I
the workers chats struggle
An economic organization which
rlldculem the political class raovetnen
of the wage workers advertises its
stupidity and become a travesty up
on the modern class struggle No
label can hldo ita atavistic nature
No enlightened wage worker can
join such an organization without atul
Ifying himself and playing into Un
hands of the capitalist class
That the workers are rendy for a
Irund and all embracing industrial
organization at organized In Chicago
In 1905 is being proven by accum
ulating evidence
Capitalism craft unions reform so
cialists nail simple Industrialists will
rocede and finally vanish in the mea
tire that economic and sroclolosle
knowledge replaces Ignorance and su
perstition among wage worker Sound
knowledge Is the cohesive substance
hlch makes a real organization able
to generate tho power and staying
flualltles which a victory by the work
ers over capitalism requires
TIlE
UTAH NATIONAL
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OF OGBEN UI Ail
OFFERS TO DEPOSITORS EVER
FACILITY WHICH THEIR BAL
ANCES BUSINESS AND RE
SPONSIBILITY WARRANT
J E Dooly President
Horace E Peery VlcePrca
Harold J Peery VlcePren
Ralph E Hong CashIer
A V Mclnloah AcL CauMer
OGDEN
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OGDEN UTAH
H C BigolowPresident
J II Browning VicePresident
A P Blgolow Cashier
J E PJalvorsonAssistant Cashlor
DIRECTORS
IL C Blgolow John K Spiers O
L Becker J N Spargo L F Big
low J M Browning I A Parmloy
B L Van Motor A P Blgolow
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Capital and Undivided Profit
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David Ecclcs Pros
G H TTlbo VlcePren
John Watson ViceProa
M S Browning VicoPrea
John Plnsreo Cashier
Jos F Burton AseL Cashier
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dicted Bar POW before the advance I
ana save money We get our hay and
grain in by the car lot and are enabled
I to save you mono
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341 Corthxnd St Atlanta GaI cant find whore
I In to express my gratitude for the wonderful roaults
obtained from your Gladpheot Corn Remedy Doing
I n trained nurse am on my feat moat of the lima DC
I fort nelng Gladphoet I tried numerous rrmodleB
with no success at all In fact my corns were worse
I and I bad Just about made up my mind to hare my
FE toes amputated regardless of disfigurement for tho
hwO lm pain wan altnsost nnbenrablo oven wltboot shoes on
I I and aa a last renort I gave Glodphcet a trial and thu
relief Is worth a hundred Umes the price Yours with
a heart foil of gratitude ESTELLE ROWLAND
I I have had wonderful success In I cannot poole too highly of
removing with Gladpheot old CaIGndPho My Ito was troubled
fearfully but after three days
JOU88 which bad baffled tholkl11
thero wnnt n sign Wo hare
of two or three doctors Ono spoc boomed Gladpheot In Pbl mon I
lallHt wanted 20 MRS E DMR ED E RHYNDBRS Pbllmont
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SOLE AGENTCOR GRANT AVE AND 26TH ST
About Coke
I have been telling how to reduce your lighting bllltt and the reason
why a corporation can take a personal interest in their customers by
teaching them economy Now I want to tell you about coke
Very few people know anything about the uses and good qualities of
coke as a fuel A ton of coke contains 75 per cent of the heal contained
in a ton of anthracite A ton of anthracite coal costs between 11 nod
15 while coke costs only 700
The cleanliness of coke alone II a groat relief and on this account
Its efficiency la higher than soft coal because It does not cover the laalde of
the furnace or the stovo with soot which acts as an Insulator prtvontlaf
tho heat from penetrating the iron of the stove
Coke and coal mixed make a good furaac fuel The coke holds the
fire the same aa hard coal whtpu you cannot do with soft coal If you
use coke In your kitchen range you can hare broiled steaks and what la
more delicious than meats broiled over a clean fire
We want to Introduce coke aa a fuel for domestic use and wfll deliver
free samples to those desirous of trying IL The prico Is 2tf c per hundred
delivered After you hap rend this aJ phone us for a trial lot and you will
be pleased when you have learned U use It
UTAH LIGHT Si RY CO
D DEOKER Local Manager
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THE FRED JTo lI iESEJL CO r
GENERAL AGENTS
Have received the subjoined
To Our Friends and Patrons I
The California Winery doesnt make a practice of tooting III
own horn very much and therefore asks your Indulgence for send I
ing bo following abort Item of news that came to us a few days ago u r
by telegraph from Seattle from Tho AlankaYukon Exposition
California Winery awarded gold medals for seven of its wine
above all other California competition Cordova Sauterne Claret I
t Zinfandel Burgundy Port Sherry and Angelica Silver medal for 1
r Riesling I i
This Is indeed good and gratifying news to us and will bo wel It
comed too by our many friends and patrons It la all the more sat
Ishlug because we were not aware the wines were being judged
and oven at this writing do not know who the judges were We be
lice therefore that true merit must surely have provoked tat u
awards to Cordova tho WIne of Quality r
Very truly yours CALIFORNIA WINERY 11
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