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TUESDAY EVENING JANUARY The Salt Lake Telegram. ; 5, 1904. EXCLUSIVE CLUB IS ' CHAMPION AND BRITT HAGGLE OVER WEIGHT fc aiiaN MM TOR BAiSESAX, E3TATXL n'nNiKF.r and Of teotna. bath a4mfrtl gaa. Mr. U. GUTTED BY FLAMES Am car Oar First Scries Bargains for 1904 Two Lives Loit and Ottrert Injured During Burning of Fln S ture in "Young Corbctt" Wants 129 founds; Britt Holds ' ' Out for 130. Will b fnyr.sS Crt-roof- 1 mjl. rta Et. th oth Tir tih mith kt s)0 to, t It. w can u at a barft., that 111 tak good vacant lot a part gain and nickut n Struc- Montrt-a- nt Trmtri. rv n k i ii ci r ooMi , ui rt payment. rNrvRsiiia;t . Vn. r)o LT. ?a P Wat TIME )'r-- WAS n Near fnd Pmith ard Kth Wt. MfiDKRX t.mnM criTTAaK. walk- ) MONTREAL. Jan. 5. Fire toW rut A 4, room trrirH et a - on U r alM; ar4 ted fhe Mount Royal club, tb rootl eay term and the prtc fL Ctw ( no thru Mdvrtt. Rrrt'RS'iimr.i) thefUo-i-r.Am.r. rm YTxt tr.aT- y exclusive club In Montreal. One fire our ordm art to tah- - Nt fsl y i rt There is only one pound keeping friends were afraid he could not make man was killed and another ii badly eV4 wmtrt. W. Jiahta. Car. I4 Pa, a4 a4 t th W. and It frouth w bar a ttW ef rial Nfir Tmria. the Vt now and he but made A weight, acted good and Corbett who Brltt apart Young Injured young lady Jimmy brick "War-lot th 5. t vt pantry, Is ro there doubt him about longer any tan4 hm rfK wan rrnk to r.Jwtng now, ' Corbett calls for 129 pounds at rlrar.t the ri rLWdAKT i r.ot AVor, IKat lo stenographer cretry able to get down, fine when he -la Tfy ow; 10 a Mft na aad I isahla. taatV. TH. TTnih4 rotn. Wari"" 6 o'clock and Britt for 130 pounds at 6 being injured. The Ion Is about flOO.OuO'. ti-mak up his mind. on which w raa butM Jt xr It. Wt t hfs ft., ! C roM' trtat Col. Lalrdett. the ecretjry of th .ault and lb Urmi i:i b all rlf&l. Hanlon's friends were pained by the o'clock. It would seem that a pound is rr died sustained of he which club, Injurh-noom. little fellow's defeat, but they have no hath. Nr.nj.T.rrfixtiiirn n. JHh ft"tjlt 4. hardly worth haggling over any great fears Nar Hh lifMa. Mr U. J. tiiH. t4 but what he is the next bst man later. io IMf room t ft ftm of Cofforth, time. When l"uf, rh ! frnlf at--ftrfnj v!rr length Jimmy to Corbett and will hold the feather !H with 8)1 klnda.of if ?& matchmaker 6f the Yosemite club, re- weight title when Corbett becomes too Forensep and Larren, l5 V. ?n4 owner la fraJjr t Wa ftrr.AM f Tin: er Kw tsvr.rr.xtn'.scr. rrm make men' mlt SIS to run ahw you andtturt f?r flaaauri, turns from New York Saturday, he will heavy" to defend It. The.Native Sons lost South, Mat. l rn. lrtM? r.oi itthu. nTr or t er.t tt In $20. Guaranteed l in r.rs rom. every particular. dftnn th prtc. on the fight, but are readv and ixn.Y. n w. t& sar.t t tn Hay take active measures to effect a match heavily tra. M. rniptrva. t rp to a admit willing run that for got rr they K!r a . On lr4 afcl r.II r.ar Valuables Lost in Fire. bWg which is the best in years, right now. r..rntf rty paniry, rio m T an IhhK, lit Tr Hou", WOt. Nirfri.T Kit rtTNtHH 6. Jan. As Corbett is very fond of Coffroth he wrth Chicago, Probably fS.n n i'r.r-- . T ba IitaatsM, t tc.. hot and cold aatrr. lot fin ft., y tn rt-t4 of artirle lost In th 1re,ar etllt unidenCheap. can bring them to terms quicker than ill f.n1 an ".tr ftoth. tified. Oojena of iiir of Jewelry ac l In Franin frozen San in the th matchmaker iTln-tntheater, a any other , Itlh r.a. a sry NtrKi.T rcMinti:r hvm and officer wore bnay all day rtinetnjt rica rotn m t p t to f. cisco, and the champion wants the out water, rlnit. halrplna ami tun. ! law? Tl r tr nlo Ir. 15J tH Yosemite club to pull off the big event. g o. vacant lot aa rlcht and Han-lbh Eddie Both Young Corbett and Nnts- - nri.i part jaymnt. tiik .. J itirijtiKwj!, wrr.i.-are' around town hone the worse for rf On rt BotHh f5r f an KEEPING PROMISES ron wear, although the two little fellows .r all tnnJ rom rwntmiff hoa', it was a hard battle from T freely admit fcmS lot and tha r.w! m. wtTit tr. tin wmnt-iuiiti. start to finish. Can n ahkorj ftm &f(T !hi and mmrif fvtr.ir TT TT Hanloti will rest up a while before en YoJra for tyHn, olhT ss w. ti r. l. c.t rf bporting Editor Telegram: To decide the ring again, while Corbett In Lake tering to CityApprtcIatcs take a measure trlD throueh a bet, please answer this question: A REGE REALTY CO., tends nkwi.t rvitNiHr.tTi!f!. y California. I "H Corbett is more popular bets B that Corbett will knock Hanlon When tfr tath, f&r r ar-.-M- . Promises .JLjLLuh 1 Wrat Jnl iti',. Always rtvnm t f?. ml Main H. coast on p.s ever at the than present, out. No w since the referee stonred the . lS-fcTel. Arc Kept. he has proved himself a finished fighter i iti: r.x fiN'it.r. tram and one apt to. make it interesting for fight, who wins the bet? P. K IN Till: lUHtSKH.-- t A WU AND A wins. The stopping cf the fight by class. His any man in the light-weigf of ran all yU r.lm1 , the referee was to prevent a knockout. Every time you read about Don'n "9 Wm Ual down and l CCI.MKP. KI NSHTT cure o?h-rare Pills ApAliTMr.NT told you Kidney they hence Corbett must be credited with ni every form of kidney !!!. from back&ttv, jivj knockout. ache to urinary disorder. How nr G. THE C R1CHTER CO., our promises kept? Ak any cltlren wen- r nicki.t n'nMMi;i H a It JU1 Plk. Ii jre of thit Local baseball fans have become tlrrd who ha tried the treatment. Ak the Ho-! J h of the continuous harping on the Dono- - person who makes the following atateIf ttfMtltt I ment: hue In .deci rtii-Mhthe first the ,deal. J VVIV lilVWIC place, TIIK WAUxl!K. TO SATJ5 REAL TSTATE. NK:t.T Mr. John M. Child. John M. Chill. - Ha - r-rwvma. ttsion hHl. was made and Fait Lake, against tTLru nnnnnrutnnriruxrijul retired, of 25 North Fifth tret. West, the four months of wrangfng has not says: "My bark arhed fo that I could ircciAL ron ritn au:ly f iiitu K liut'.HS, i;hjI I VMM. Mull III! not sit still without rUclr.g my arm lot. rmnv rajm'nU, rtn-- r elped the local club In the least. rOA.K. tM.t7T.l.T Popular Authoress Tead. ! hrtrlt t. f ca across my loirs and It i:tfW1,1 lot, ffult f $'''. raint BALTIMORE, Jan. 5. Mrs. Mary Main. n tlnt.atoa l".!ai In. C William II. Daly, the for the slieht relief thl makeshift or Elizabeth "Wormley Latimer, the au sportinm I biii ?eg ft!rahj man I awoke at night of authat. ha If alorded. taken Brooklyn. position Full is dead home here. She at her taramn thoress, NHIIY rtriNi?iit:i the California heavy- I dreaded to change position for I knew eay avrn,nn. was 81 years old and had been in feeble Yank Kennedy, fourth Wn!. FojJh under his management, and Is the moment I attempted to turn agony health for some time, the chock of the weight, J. WILLS, dell to all heavy-weight- s, followed. I "had little confilence In Quarts i omid. death of her husband, Randolph Brandt out withJima Jeffries. rtnsMitr: with I'lUs Doan's believes when' firft that barring Daly Kidney they on Christmas eve, hastening Kenny has a good chance with the best came to my notice for I had Latimer, nnnw Titirr akii trl1 planher end. ,Mer husband was a member man in the heavy-weigTIIK TACt ftTll.t. .KMAINH T'U. AND f.vri'HVHK FfltNISIIKti class. ters and kldney'rmdlei unstlntlngly 6f the engineer Corps which laid out the 4 4 W. ITn TTUary. fcsl.th. for lufet without receiving nny satisfaction, ro nera torrn ara aglt tttautn m j:r t Baltimore & Ohio railroad. I t sana It. a In lh city WhrT Sam Harri. Terry McGovern's mana when a box of th preparation procured than anr cthrr ? I ,aTT a if t jog to r tatrt fiht 1 ger, when asked whether he nouM conat th F. J. H'!l Drug Co.' atore nu wth At f :ir. un A. It;tbtrr. i W. vrcha. Ntrni.r Griscom Denies a Humor. rtr.Ni!tiirt Mnfrni sent to Terry meeting Hanlon. paid: 1 n h t. t brought relief and n continuation of th rs..rr , dot n. !rt S.i'h II t na1 C.ai. I am perfectly willing to have treatment was followed by the greatest PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 5. Clement les; Tfc t ! f U 3'eafa. HANcitr.w. r a !!? f wj-ri! T.a McGovern fight Hanlon. It would be a Improvement In my condU4on it l llttl win "iv A. Griscom emphatically denies the ruAntrAftc Mffl.T t tat ripr fr at nfac. r 'lfft ttT l Wrai. 1 mor that he is soon to retire as presi- great bout. Of course, on account of wonder that I very emphatically Indrsa ttit In jf reI aa MM f A Htrrirgton CouMn. ii W, Jr..t j I dent of the International Mercantile the chance to win bark the title, but If the remedy." r rit riisMitrji iH, Wyaxntrx. e r.'Hivi run ri:r&a4 In t, ' to is meet Corbett looks Hanlon a nt Britt an Doan's Pills are for sale by ncMiMMoiVr.nN company. t.Ow wkuf'.rf ; 42 Ki.ro Kidney t'.fht 'h Wnt, If more possible. r.l a- .- I'ut'tl Vn'rT all dealers. prl ."0 ccnta n hnx. Kotr-Mllbur- rtced brirH and ratn ffan-,- ... ;w tick at t r i tfes fern T:r.j . kiZZ . fsowit I.AtOK Fft'OT ft, no:M. Co., Bulalo. N. Y., sole agents Once Butler's Private Secretary. rrtt f r .'.nf fer ' vi u.l tn. lirrrnvirn hy nkxt F. XV, " j The Amateur Hisehall league was or for the I'nlted Ftate. a MAIU f cvat H ; Tf V. Trd tairr tcaj atiy Inv't mt H Ci., CHICAGO, Jan. 5. Frank Hodges ganized last nigl t with the following Uemernlr the. name Poan'a and rnoNT x'.ovr.ns ami Clark of Evanston, 111., once secretary officers: Will Bain. D. F. Devler. V, take no oth"r. ' f H laia X"t fS 2 K ! watr; Wt4 If nxm. a kink r.t'msr. to Gen. Benjamin F. Butler, Is down at G. Walker. A. Cameron. ocnr Miller tz lot, Va? n p. fc MMrt miir,:n'.rs TWO l.tOItT IIOt'lBK1 St. Luke's hospital from an operation. and Howard Don directors. W. II. Simp FSt tr fvr,I t :j- Ji tf- rl!T. t"r thn N a ls a I )).'k f P. y-years he was a pay son, president; W. J. Lawpon, secretary THERE During twenty-on- e I Inr t Co. TS V. si Hjthar-r ar1 l.rer,re Mrr arise At ;rj master in the United States navy. Since Howard Don, corresponding rccretary 1890 Mr. Clark was an official of the and . G. A NT l.fx'ATl'lV. ? alker treasurer. ft. K. General Electric company and the West- t't'i frh. irt.ro I ; V tZt irt;i eirh NirKt.T rL'HKifcllED JHWMa' llI inghouse Electric company at Washing th National Base the nf At meeting C. IL REILLEY trr Ii r Ht ton, D. C, ard recently was appointed ball association held in Cincinnati yf rr!I'nt. f.an i th:-t v.nf tn am n Helios-UptortnNii!r.r r.f'.'! receiver for the Storage terriay Eddie Quick was a v. arced tr Iltit4ard Ir.ir'tl.jrk. Co. 7 V. M Fv.ith AT OUS Batteryis company. A son, Wendell C. was decided Lake. Salt New It the that Clark, physician for the Calumet & York American League club had not nmim nrn& ;.!r.t.T iTT nr, viw-r.- u M'.'in't Mt Hecla mine in northern Michigan. Mr. purchased case In of the the player. brtrk. iU7 '' ti IciOc. ft. Clark is survived by a wife and seven Pitcher Putram. who was fined $200 by ru.l IS V Fjt Fiasa hoom Mennt riioNT f'.j rr m rth. children. The body will be taken today the Seattle club for Jumping to th? New t f)'4 Mh rr TJ T, Pa to Ar.dover, Mass., for burial. York Americans, the commlrsion decid MCLLT H HMSIirt nooi" wiTultlKIt. itKAi. Main t.trAli:'.J im.w ed it had no Jurisdiction. V. t I!ro, 'Merchants' )t ( Association. Plans 1 1 i;.MMir : I'.cojmh uuahu, Sorensen and LarFen, 14j W. 2nd KKAt. l. 1 ATK. M tjijkhi ..xk Hit. NEW YORK, Jan. 5. Former Presi A W. n SIS In4 to en's make suits Sow!. South, C. dent William F. King Of the Merchants' $20. Guaranteed In every particular. association, has planned to start Feb ., K. iKl r.I'.l.N, Ill.A 1.' Lift AT 11 A NT ED KI SCSLLA Nr 0 U S. 14 U . nl ruary 1st on an extended tour thrc gh- - -- jxntiXTLrLrvru-ij ir lot loin. ;rV BURT AND PACKARD Men's uvtU vtltutxix nve a ant In vr a Luf out the South and West, with a view to of la Wrx). o, jjuuii ""itioitKsr rntcr. taid and other hand-we- lt Ci. 1 hi ao:r. r the ultimate formation of a national r $3.30 for InTentBtr.U est! pit ci"'-- r tm' iM no merchants' association. Although shoes now definite plan of union has been formu MoDKUN t ai:j"?i:t HUIrK. " tito.f . I 4rr location. itniti:?T a I VHtri i .on r-lated, he proposes to discuss the feasi roa. HjQ A PA! bility of such combination with existing: 4 Ful! Quarts, Huhhari In t s; wvi !. local organizations, ultimately taking in merchants to the number of 500,000. aIi Sl2es. )tOt Tt..N"8 T 11 tJiHot fiKliS IUm r.t aii rtn caii i !lnaftfcxrcalf tn has - rt.iUJ phk Main $3.20 II a ' !(.r. thru urruxruvinjxririr.rxnjjvxrvn wo Pictures foy the Louvre. l H l Jt'.NK Utah. ron sale. PARIS, Jan. B. The late Baron de in h ar4 ruHl'lllttr kit a. if far tt ! itf , faJ Ttothschild, who died December 10th at rft arf frp new m'try PROVO: The (a'.i te. O t. h Hk Tl !: admlr,!straUln city ttf. A M.U "VltAtl HN'Al" Monte Carlo, bequeathed to the Louvre of Provo, which went into power yesterA -l ten pictures of the collection he made day noon, opened its term by a lonjr arnl tiiifrain, r't f.TMf IiMm. i f' . t tfijfattetsVy pifl over the Presidency of th c'.nvet, pan'rv. f , imtlr during his life. The gift consists of four hard figMt IVf. Brl RITUALISTS. Ct'.rr I !. If f f faff. .S,, J,; , I't Council and the appointment of commitr,. j :. JI?t3reuses, one Hobbem, one Ruysdel, one tees. If 233 and 210 Main St. fi!UdrtII i Uri'l ) iht Xr.i'-- i a The is It, result th one two compromise, and r ; c Wonvermah, f Tenierses. Bakhuysen ra,ft' being Democratic and the comI a ef iba ,. u r. TEt.t. Ttrlt NAMIt WITH't- Thoni C93. The Greuse series Includes President t"m vr. ai:i: in-, the :uvinv.p. about mittees divided. equally AlHrf'M A the beautiful composition "Les Deux rri(-ff.h.f.n trir-- i f, ? r ! PROVO: Dicer.ps to wed have been r! i th r. r',' sr , Amies" and "L'Oiseau Mcrt." Baron d i I ft ue I to T. t Alma "fi, In T Mfdsen. and f aed " jk'.'H fcrx-Rothschild also gave the Cluny museum granted ' -- i(H-f Sarah K. Carter, aged 2". both of Iikn 'fi IfI a curious collection of old rings. n t 1 T View, and to Joseph P. Adams, n1 ran t r r i i.n.r.r: 91 1 rrr w- ft, s m th r.t esvr.'0 fr NOTES FOR THE SPORTS tl n -- rr rt -- rt Salt f- T-- -. hi klkukti.t tra f.. rltt h. rfi. - uix rtT,lts,, TIE t:t.. tr-a- tn ht lf - P'' rn-x- a mm ft ae. I-- . I- r-- 4 r-- n t'l-f.t- y. - e;r. yi all-wo- ol tn-da- rltrvTrl b. Rt fftl - rt t. am rv! ad-trrf- Ilfn. PAHl OR CO.- UQ i:a'. J" ri-if- SPECIAL 1 -- !:. well-know- fl!u, :'.'. rj E aaf. i. !'.l 2 nvfi ht uvf fl'ltMll t. fen t9ral"kti '.flihrr rfry. riraa- rraS htilir f- -f f,fh i lmi-ftn- afy n f-- -.. . V IS It - nits:ttrii r. uuh j Wiiskcy ftt n P-- w. 3 ut o5; fm NEWS FROM r!t. tTt 4b e-- ff in t::n4 . ttrn tvtrfa C-- ;t-.r-- . s I 2- of Parowan. NEWS INCIDENTAL TO THEATER DISASTER : ' Three hearses In one funeral procession ff were required for the burial of W. H. gpring, his wife and Miss Edwlna Spring in Chicago yesterday. Building laws, especially where they apply to theaters, was the and explanation in subject of discussion the Chicago Council last night. One of the prominent funerals In Chl-- was that of Maria A. and cigo yesterday Ellie M. Fair, daughters of the late MaJ. Alexander Fair, formerly of the British army. Miss Mabel Redruth Gerow, a victim ef the Iroquois theater disaster, has been burled from her home in Vlneland, N. J. She was visiting In Chicago when she met death. 111., of At the funeral in Blooming-ton- . Mrs. Reinncld Graff and her daughter, Mrs. Annie Kewby. victims ,cf the fire, hundreds of sympathizers gathered at the .chhrch. Coroner's jury yesterday made a fJThe TTecond tonr of the Iroquois theater and spent three hours in the building. Contrary to announcement, the jury did not take experts with them. Among the latest bodies of victims of the Iroquois theater fire to be identified were those of three prominent residents of Tolono, 111., Mrs. Amelia Sands and her daughters, Mrs. Theresa M. Danzcn and Miss Jessie Sands. The picture of the fire horror and the criticisms made by her.pastor in hi3 sermon Sunday against the city administration of Chicago, overcame- Mrs. Ileaton of Mayor Harrison, Howsley, the sister and she fainted in her pew. After A. 55. Dixon had searched morgues often. and hospitals In vain for threedays, with-of his wife looking upon the body out recognizing it, the family dentist, who had worked on Mrs. Dixon's teeth five " the body Among the years ago. identified Iroquois dead at the Cook county morgue. Victims cf the Iroquois fire still living, . but not expected to survive. Are Mrs. P. T. Kimball. Mrs. Rose Stafford and Fred- -' rlck Patterson, at St. Iuke's hospital; Mrs. L. C. Nelms and C. C. Berry, at the . Samaritan hospital, and Mrs. Kmily Vaningle at the Presbyterian hospital, Chicago. Chicago churches are mentioned as flagrant offenders against the building Vlaws. They are accused of overcrowding, I of placing chairs ia the aisles, of having V Inflammable material on the platforms, . especially at such celebrations as Christ-mas, and of not having the proper number of exits in some cases. - 1 and Isabel Chamberlain, aged 13, of Ordcrvlile. MT. PLEASANT: Daniel Ramu?cn was yesterday chosen bishop of th north ward of Mt. Pleasant. Mr. Rasmussen Is a man of excellent character and sterling hut by many considered too qualities, man for the position. He Is at young a the principal of the public school, present and It is not unlikely that he will b asked to resign that position, as it U hardly fitting to hold the two positions, and at least one of the directors has expressed a desire for the change. EUREKA: The new Republican city administration wnt Into office at noon yesterday. The old City Council held a meeting this morning, closing up the business affairs. Mayor James D. Stock madj the following appointment!", which were confirmed by the City Council: City Attorney. N. A. Robertson; City Physician. Dr. A. II. Taylor; waterma.ter, Goodman; night policeman, Joseph Lar-se- In 1 3< LAKE TURF EXCHANGE returns from a Butte assayer who tested some samples from the Quick Turner claim on Owl creek, own'd by Cn.tner and Shannon. This assay shows $30.01 In per cent In platinum to gold and 7 the ton. Platinum had been previously found in the Salmon rtver, below the mouth of Owl creek. POCATELLO: At the Eagles' hall last the Brotherhood of American Yeonight men installed their officers for the coming Ft. H. Cunningham, year. TheyK. are: H. Miller, master of foreman;Mrs. D. Y. Miller, treasurer; Mrs. M. Wedeklnd, correspondent: Mrs. Black, overseer; J. II. physician; J. "W.C. Kelley. C. Hammond, watchIee. sentinel; man; E. Hicks, guard. NAM PA: William D. Stueker of Nam-p- a died Saturday, after a long Illness. Deceased was the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ptucker, and was about 26 years old. rr-monle- s; Sorei.sen and Larsen. 143 W. 2nd suits J18 to South, make men's $20. Guaranteed In every particular. all-wo- ol for. Ji!V ! an CO. U f; kets riTTr.n li r:ij' !" ir rif.( . i jf t I I'ti ' 5'Ji BArraL ON CHATTELS OR RKU, F.STATK. any amount, any time. O. K. Peterson. JJ new on :nd hand t trifa f itr chattels; strictly jrlvate. lena Mock. AMOPNT I'.oorn 9. 2nd Bo. AV. hr I . I Irnt, ti I; a?h ii:mi- Co. tl K J1 6NAP!!1 DO TOTJ NEED MONET? Loan Co, idrinrM tt oa your Crescent y. Bth floor ltocpr CITY AND FARM L. Terkea. rate. J. D'.k. TROPF-RTT- : 1C6 S W. tit-f- ff f It , f nmi t t ' t I LOAN ONLY MY OWN MONEY No commission No attorney' fee Knatern company. No Nj Low delay No third party ratre No mortgage tax Mnr option Russel Trmcv. 11 E. 1st 8outh. IF YOU NEED MONEY WE W1U iacount your salary, tftar Iuan Cox, v Eaat Second South. " D t jiHa h J mi .. J t I No. td rta attn scavenger salt lake Ofrtce ti Main 8U Mfl. WANTED WANTKD-MK- N W. 17 t PER CENT 111 sent "NT ON PUIS ki-fancy WrathrJ Oak Frr. lyre until Jan Pt. I. X L Furn & art't Inita.P 41 11, 2n4 8. p a. 5rre-mmt lfA5 HEATI lt!. IIAPK IH'IlVKliS AND ec1-nri4- . rarcea, Trrra in ault. I. X Second-Ilar.- CO n Store. a St. F. I. I'tah. RARHKR WORK 13 FREE at Molera Barber Collate. C K. lt E. -.! l- - i I ! PfT AD ar.4 Carter. Ap.n . W !4 IUMKH. tr3 War' Mt'nc'. T", V, I . rsr.rt'a 1. ASSAYER3. J. W. CUHPIE. NO. ti WEFT THIRD ioulb atraet. VIU a Sti4f ty to a II or rwp City. praraft aitt".t tiprt R II. OFFICER A CO.. ASSAY ERn. llj frcutb VSeal Teccjla 8U. Salt Laa Uty. I-- aff.r. ron l " Ul;r W. Va'.e, I v lit W. . t itr.n Imi! ten f"' i, TW . . "c-- tt tHni'-u!-lr.iin!r t . rurtKi- - W!a t HELP-HA- LE. ri:rvtn ti tr,'iaf,.tr.r!r i; I tfc-- m ISTI-m- THICK AIX, Tn "Ua INTi eUSJut NT ANY om pn-- . 1M viuok iricc. SCANTED f 1 -- . f I.tfmit.i' fl '.' . WT ft r'ti. N " Y. ROOKS AND BOARD. CITE - f. fV I5;-Kt.TI,- Kn"!iHi U ; ff lfll.21lKP t'MI n a rr tli AMI .i CARPET CLEANING. tithouM, rLurr ' . 21 n vt. p. ETORAOE. H rr, aa aj b . OSTEOFATHY. fltoraca Tin: hhst. trr, W. Irm-r-- rf '.'M', V a4 tcmkihh 14 wU t ft fM.I; a.o lif rjra v. Tt"t. fiair irj - A- n'nNITfPE. IfOIlL U E tn4 ttC So. Tel MISCELLANEOUS. J.f H r:ia Tat.. . . TO l.LAF.N llARnKT. trade; 8 f'ks completra: ioitlon. guar-lianteed; tuition earnrj whil parnlnc; cenced lntructora; itrnwira Jmanl for irraduates. 'all or wrl?. Stnlr' Harbr 1st E. South. Bait Lake City. Collrt. C ;f.til, ,v . Toil SALE rinncK nicYct.r.a i W. J..I HELP. lit a-- Hatrirl" rrfanitamcm Ci".rtx!e. Vanlj-ttftr- L -- : main I. rr. vyt . roS'TTX. CI,AtvoTANT irH'wm JT C Wt AUCTION SALE. lloj. KEEN tANlTART CO. OFFICE Itt Houth. Tel. 141P X. irrr South State Street 4 I '$ tifrl rn nt: LAPirr a , Lot: In f i i! ) CO. Ptonc 206S-J- L ron rent. TURKIBir BATHl' tSEISLER. !t W. :riO LIZZIE i define n4 ; r.v:ra rtlnt at ftr rr,r.r.rr,rf)t tome If d'.ret It'frr--lren. ? ? R 5. r. Ml'. MIDWTVE3. North. Hl.jr 102-10- a-- I LTNV. fA t.M VARICOCFI.K f0!TIVEI,T CUItE cr mqn'r refun3l. VIe!jj Inmtate. F.. l ECA VENDER. r ptr'.!. PERSONAL. Pt Sftrf fir hut at out H-- a . a ? ?.:If - !ND-ltAN- JLJ i.m. ;n f7itr jif r.I - t't t j p v a. &5 a n tr.lMi ronnri r rt M' tr fn:l fr tr. --. . H-.t- S t;, tsr t??1 - 1 0 rf ( jf r'i '!! C CASn REGISTERS. ry Tt.irHr ard Y''ir t;l !fif fnr- !a a; wr en !!( J?h IVm Ar t U; CASH. TUApR tTr. aftfff NEW on t rc t e,f lfr,i, or Ijrrr.i Krnn-H- outt l K. U lowett Temrle SALARY LOANS. DAYS OR MOS. Easy terms. Emp.Credlt Co. I'.ro 1.9 Main ON FURNITURE. PIANOS, KTO. TO salaried people, without aeurltr. on you? rote; easy ', payments; strictly rjr.CUcnUaL p. y. Walker MJ. Cherry. MEN-A- LL . Jc-- - ;-r a-- fcht rn5lf m. Y ! I J r.y at-- e-- f. r If - U000R t d A Phon ri-- er rt'id, jm f )o4 5,5 sln . Mat?. fich If it ' Ihrn I ! ; '4. U ! !t -- If IH' r Tt it:.artv IfF e o-j- lt"?. i i fx-'ii- j r 5 WEST TrilFLC, tN Ga- SMAI.I, - 1 nyt . 5 S n I.A Itn K OR e-- .-- t" BICYCLES AND RETAIRXKO. KONEY TO LOAN. university. RENO: Matio Dtiarte o P.eno. a native of Portugal, aged 59 years, died yesterday at his residence. D leaves a widow. The funeral will take place from St.2 Mary's o'clock church tomorrow afternoon at The deceased was a sufferer from heart and trouble. disease spinal s tJ.at ; that a ?rr r:sht. Ifa t rrk Nevada. RENO: At a recent conference of the Board of Regents and representatives of the faculty of the Nevada State university it was decided to Invite representative men and women of the State to Jom wlt'i .them In planning a celebration of the thir teenth anniversary of the founding of the s-- cfTer ta Ail KENTON HOTEL California nnd Eastern Race. ala-- IIAini.TON: F. J. Morris has recelvod m"..st THB G, C. RICHTES n. Idaho. 1 W "'r (ft 5. -- ri!'n-y.ro,- Co, Liquor tll $2.00 vrr.f, rn HOE SALE j THREE STATES apmt tft.r. - f ENSATIONAL ol ht nM, r-i- something Qou:a all-wo- 1P-tJ- t-- j-- rr ft: Jst U at fLik iin. ruirr ma 1 HVQ W0SK3. nt'oi XApn rnnw wornoct ' l aoaa Ur: afi. t. Uf W. fa LdarJ Oik?.S4t Frge.Trpia t t r.pt! n ii CLXAKINO AND DYYINO, "ALT UKR Cl.r.A.NlMO CO. 71 HA!T Ird Ihoulh.. 'thenf K;a 4. ba taa I nit C U aJd cieaxC. Jw JL- - DIRECTOR. rUNRRAX a r,t tm w wopki, li- awda4 f'a.cMM i I. rsrn uTtKru t :r4 fa V, . 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