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r 1 THE MORNING 2 EXAMINER, there will be new camps all over. Since the development of new processes for treating area, old cuupa, previously abandoned, her taken on new life, and Nevada will be a state of enormous mining activity for a great many years to come. When a mine 1 found la Nevada, it la, aa a rule, a large one, and the men of that state era opening mine of this character A. D. Parin many different sections. ker, in Denver Republican. field, BLACK HORSE CAMP. Pioneer of District Telle New ers What Is Being Don. W cu tickle your palate wltk a complete !1m of choice spring vego-taklfreak at oar fountain every iMortaieat of fruit. learning. Also A lie Uao of lapurug end domestic staple end fancy grocer!. TheM good will prolong your Bh and giro um. vim and vigor fa your u T.B.vans&Co - GROCERS. 234. 234 Wash. Both Rhone Bush A Oort's Av. Plane. Newman Brea. Organa. WARDLEIGH C. H. PIANOS ORGANS AND MUSICAL MEICBANDISE . Guitar. Accordion, String. latest PubUeatloa at Sheet Music. Bo the Wonderful Pipe Organ. Baa-Jo- Violins, Washington Avenues 217 OGDEN, UATH. York- V. Clays of Nrw Turk. April 29.-- M. Bingham, Utah, who recently apent considerable time la the Black Horae district of Nevada, of ohlck ha was o pioneer, la is the city for the neat few big weeks, having coine Egst with sample of on. "The camp was located in March, said Mr. Clays, "and shipping 19." ora baa boa encountered already by at least flv propert 1m. As the ora most be haute 110 mile to Frisco, Utah, the nearest shipping point, tha grads mast so la osceaa of $100 a ton to not a fair average of profit. "There are bow aixtrea frame buildings at Black Horse, and lumber coals Wood for fuel 9 a thousand foot. io to bo bad In abundance. "Hie property of tha Amalgamated Mlnoo and Nevada Fewer company of New York, located at Black Horae, includes many others the Mg San Pedro locations, aa and well aa tha Osceola placers and water di tehee at Oseoula. Tho Amalgamated company Is sacking or at two places. "Oo tbs Baa Pedro the lower tunael was la 41 feet, whan a twenty-ala-fovela of milling or wan run Into. There is a dump containing $100, 000 lot run worth of era, a luo-to- a through a fivaotamp mill as a test returned 94,000, sad the concentrate were worth 9360 more. "Tha Lexlngtoa Ooucord Mining t company report working a lodge that yields assays id 613 ounces in silver. Tha Lucky Boy group haa ore la all its openings. Other properties likewise have goud showings. "There haa been aa important strike In Henry's canyon, fourteen miles northeast of Black Horse. One class of or encountered runs high la copper, with good lead value, while another class go 79 per cant lead. "The strike of 910 ora in the Mabel property Is las proving rapidly. They aro taking out ore and iota of it "A. O. Burritt, general manager of the - Nil Deape rand urn Mining company, announces that work le to be begun on the property aa soon as a good-aisagang of workmen can bs assembled at the mine. Material and supplies were shipped some time ago, and are now In readiness for the men. A doaen man at least art to be pat to work at once, and more will be added to the force aa progress justifies. "Mr. Burritt tella ns that while ho la confident tho Nil Draperandum has the Baking of a Bins, ha does not care to make any predictions for It until more development baa been dons. A defined Mgs haa been traced through the property and three shafts are being sunk upon this. "The Ohana Mining company la to begin work aa soon as matoriala and uaa can ha gathered at tha property. Three lodges are eipoaed oo this property. Several shafts ranging la depth from ten to fifteen feet con. stltute the work done so far on the Ohmaa holdings." five-foo- d HOW ABOUT that mw Hanteao'yen need? Don't IBM yon cant afforj it tin yoe'vo given ae a ehaaea. W sell ao iafkp far good. Be old fkahioaod appliances. t All Our Harness l ringing Water FIELD. . Into Canyon Will Mean New Sensation tna Tie Sail Halt, am-attor- J.C. Platt Saddlery Mens Furnishing Goods far-aeein- Fancy Cash Groceries Wines and liquors strata la the rock. The earth from a cut ten miles long and 400 foot deep fa probably tho rich- est part of the Echo canyon deposit, and the fact that gold la the heaviest Our good are now in and would be pleased to have yon call le to aeo them. Wo also do repairing, claanlng and pressing. metal and tha Echo canyon Is cut la tho richest district In Nevada, apeak highly for tho prospect of placer mining. At the present time the water question la bothering the Le operators. A piper lino could he ran from the top of the Panamlnte and gravity would handle tho How to the top of the Funeral range If a pipe could be constructed to handle tbo enormoua pressure that tbo 7.000 feet of fall would make at tbo lowest port of the valley, but it la expected that the Aab Meadows or th Amargoaa waters will fill the demand ultimately. J. E. BOLSTAD NEVADA JUST STARTING. New le the time to order your SPRING AND SUMMER SUITS SIS 24th at. Phone 30 K. Second Hand Stores Work, not blow; Goods, not Show. I. T. ALVORD A SONS, Goods, Second-Han- d , Uphol-- t storing. Rani Estate, etc, etc. North of P. O. Phones 69 and NEVADA SECOND-HAN- 331. STORE. Ws buy and sell all kinds of now and oocond-hangoods, Call or phone Wecker A Haynsst Prep. Ill goth St Phana, Ind. 123. d PAUL ZIEGENHIRT, Saaond-Han- d Itor. , If you have anything to sail ar My oaQ or phono 187 to 1371 Wish. Asa Bail led. 173. Hk. a A. DINNERS Will pay the highest pries for aecon hand furniture and sail to the publla BoU tho ohaapsaL 2411 Grant Av Phono 937 k. Ind. 12. -- C. J. HERRICK A CO, Bueoaaaoro to N. L Whit Bring your goods her if yam want to tall thorn.. Call hero If yw want buy. 2141 Wash Av. SoN Phonl blip. Is 47. WANT ADB YIELD BIG RESULT Denver Stats Has Only Started to Run. Man Bays The possibilities of Goldfield probably ae great. If not greater, are than any other mining camp that baa over been found. The area la so extensive that It must necessarily appear to anyone that tutors development will pro Once many more mines (ban there are at present. The ore bodies aro vary large, and la certain place exceed in y rich. One can never toll where the next vein may bo opened up. Someone asked m only a little while ago what 1 thought of a certain property, aaf 1 don't Ilka to nay. because any said, day the possibility may develop Into a very largo min without the least Indication. My belief In Goldfield baa been fullv manifested and I feel eaUvfled that In a year or two Goldfield will be a very much larger camp than It is now, though you know bow large It la today. Bo far th ore bodies have been discovered on rolling ground rather than la the higher hills. One can trace dikes In every direction and some of tbs higher hill apparently her better surface indications than the rolling ground. I believe that there are yet big mlnea to be found where the surface ladtcattons aro. There Is no doubt about It. Nevada Is a great State, and with the mining Impetus which has been Marred from lb finds uf Tonopah and thro of Gold- - i power for machinery plants aa well aa lighting. Tha steam plant in this city will be beta to rooerve to meet accidents. The families of G. T. Bean, E. P. Bean sad G. T. Bean. Jr, left thla week for Wonder, Nev, to locate. They were among tha pioneer settlers of Richfield, and have bees prominent In business political and social circles. WILL APRIL 30, 1907. TUESDAY, 1 requirements of dm National PiwyU ash Pure Food Law, Guarantee No. 2041, filed at BORE FOR OIL. C. W. Taylor at Portland. Ore, has bean engaged for the tost several Col. Parry Haath Visits Haunta at War-m- weeks securing isasss on land In the neighborhood of Payette, Ida, and OnNewspaper Days tario, Ore, for the purpose of boring In a recent bsus of the Washington fof oil and gas. He said that work (D. C.) Post, tho following to given would bo commenced at Ontario within the next week or ten days and that SpAOO! 4 Col. Parry Heath, looking la the shortly after work would be commencpink of hMlih and seeming not n day ed hero. Machinery ha been secured older than when he waa a newspaper for both places. Hr said If It were man In Washington, stood In tha Wil- necessary well would be bored to a lard lobby last sight, tolling some depth of 8,809 feet before giving them friend of bis recant six month' so- up. But It is expected to End oil and gss much nearer the surface than that journ 1b Europe. "Ona thing over there that astoa-iahe- d Strung indications of high grade oil me," said Cokmal Heath, "was have been found. th high prims ter nearly all sorts of HARVEST FOR HACKMEN. merchandise. On my word, yoa can buy things mors reasonably In. New York than In Parle. It seems that every Livery Stables, Bicycle Repair Shops, commodity haa advanced greatly la Etc, Working Over Time. tha old world All Europe appears to be M a big boom. la Milan, where two Salt Lake, April 29. Its an 1U or them years ago common laborers wind, etc, to these days exemplified worked ten hours a day for 1 franc, I In the fseas o f tha bsckmea, th blks learned they were now receiving 3. A man nod th auto garagrf managers. tremendous amount of building la go- While expressing sympathy with th ing on And I aaw hardly any loafer. car men they are overlooking ao opporEven the army of beggars In southern tunity to kuatle btnlneaa and they aro Italy showed a grist reduction of num- getting tt, too. The depot hacks take bers. car of most of th incoming paaeea-ge- r "While la Xio I slipped over to st th railroad stations now, Moats Carlo to while away an occa- whereas their portion waa very small sion al hour watching th gamblers. I compared vsly speaking during tha aaw many Americana there, moat of days the can ware running. whom ware making big beta $3,900 On happy hack driver said k had and $4,000 on a single deaL Rarely did already been out to Murray this with any of thee plungers get away morning with seven dollars worth of any winning. On the contrary, 1 think business on th oca trip. One livery that without exception they were all stable hga three shifts of driven with heavy, kmera. The man that broke every vehicle obtainable preened Into the bank at Manta Carlo must have Berries. Other hack haadquartera are been dead a long time correspondingly busy, reaping the harvset of th people who must ride. PROMINENT DOCTOR SUED. The bicycle shop a present busy scene. Tba demand for t wow heelAlResident of Burley Makes Serious ers 1 far beyond th supply. Old wheels long since thrown Is the dislegation! Against Physician. card are trotted out for repair, and Burley, Ida, April 20. A suit to re- new wheels are In constant dvmand. cover $5,000 damages haa been filed In Bsveral dealers report they could the district court of Twin Falla coun- have auld and rented hundreds of ty by Ftank Brower of Burley against wheels during yesterday and today If Dr. H. W. Gtouchek of Twin Falla they ouly had them. City. Tbs' plaintiff la represented by , The automobile establishments art Attorneys La and Rogers of Burley. also sharing tha sudden activity Jn all to In tho complaint Dr. Qlouohek things whsslabls at thla time. Ona charged with neglect and gross care- garage alone has 29 machines out, to lessness la performing a delicate sur- take cars of tho depot and stroet gical operation upon Mrs. Frank Brow- business, outside of tho regular city er. The operation waa performed last tnd tourist calL Evan dray wagons and haggles and June, and for eighteen' weeks tha woman lay bedfast without making any express wngona of an descriptions callImprovement Other doctor wart brought Into requisition by tired peed In, and after an examination It destrians, and any delivery wagon unwas found that two folded gauss pads, fortunate enough to get caught In tha each over a foot square, had not been suburbs la Invariably boarded by man, removed from the wound, retarding women and children bound for town, the process of healing. An Incision and It war naelaas for tbs drivers to ws mad and the pads removed, protest, for many times the passenwhen the woman recovered uffldenlly gers ao claiming transportation are to return to her home in Nebraska. car man or members of their families, The wound refused to heal, and af- and tbesa bare r tha right of way ter a consultation of several of the throughont the city. leading physicians of the state. It waa decided to perform a deep operation. NEW STRIKE LXW. After this operation tha woman reweek Joined this covered rapidly and State Protection Guaranteed to Strikeher husband in Burley. breakers After May 14b Dr. Glouehsk to on of tha leading pbyaloUna of Twin Falls and has a A change In the strike situation In large practice. Ha cams to Twin Phils Salt Lake, should It become proton from th east, and recently hsadsdi ed, nill oocur on May 14,On that date a movement for tha establishment of the e tow passed by th new a sanitarium at Twin Falla. legislature will go Into effect It gives th protection of the COLORADOANS TAKE PLACERS. state to any man who wlahas to accept employment and guarantees that Ely, April 29, The Nevada Odd the state will not allow him to be InPlacer Mining company, a $6,999,999 terfered with. The taw did not carry corporation, has been organised by tho emergency clans and therefore Colorado capitalists, the ostensible does not go into effect until May lipurpose being to work the placer follows: mines la Mill gulch at Osceola on lt 78, Laws of Utah, 1997. "Chapter an extensive seal. George V. Cnpp, the ,prot acting personal righto of an experienced placer miner, la presiAn act protecting every cltlxcn dent and general manager of the In tho enjoyment of personal rights: company, and after a thorough in"Be It enacted by the legislature of spection of the mines. If thoroughly th state of Utah: Section L Unlaw-fwill Boon ha aettofled, tha ground put to Interfere with the rights of on a producing basis. Individual tt shall be unlawful any H. R. Plata of Ely, until recently for person, persona association of any general manager of the Nevada Unit- person a, combination of persona or ed Mlnea company at Ward, haa bean body of persona to interfere with the appointed consulting engineer for tha rights of any individual engaged In left and concern, big placer Tuesday labor, to sxerclsa bis full privileges morning for Denver to purchase a under the constitution of this state or pumping plant and gasoline hoist to of tbo United States, as to where he ha naed In prospecting the ball be employed, by whom be shall territory of the company. . . be employed and at what compensa-tlo' Should the preliminary work disha shall he employed. close the fact that the mlnea can ha "Section 2. Penalty. Any one vioworked eueceeafully aa placer propothe provisions of this act shall sitions. two mammoth dredges, float- lating be guilty of a misdemeanor. removand of capable ing $269,990, "Approved thla 14th day of March, ing 2,600 cubic yard of earth every 1997." . by Manager day, will b Inatnlled Oopp. Churn, drills will alao be naed APPEAL TO THE PUBLIC. to determine tbs extent of gtound that la wmpabto of being worked by Man Who Conducts tins Strike for Car dredge, power for the vartoua from , Mon Bays Position lo Misunderstood. will be purchased and Minos Nevada the Amalgaihatod Salt Lake, April 29. At noon today Power company. Tha Nevada Gold C. O. Pratt, in charge of tha strike. Placer Mining company controls acres of placer ground at Mill Issued a statement declaring on what term bis men would go back to work. gulch, near Osceola. These call tor tba company to live up to "the agreement on which penceM DAVIS COUNTY ROADS. seemed to b arranged last Saturday, Bountiful, April 21. The commis- and which Mr. Bancroft denied waa a sioners of Davis county recently ap- proper construction at his statement propriated $9,000 for the Improvement to Mayor Thompson. Tho statement of the various road under their appeals to the public to stand by the but thla sum will b totally men, and refuse "to uae tha cars If trike breakers are Imported to ran Inadequate to bring anything Ilka order out of the chaos that now exist them. It la as follows: on ovary highway between 8alt Lake To the General Public: Inasmuch and Ogden. People have been neglig- aa there aeema to have been an effort ent In letting all kinds of debris co- to distort the facts Involved in the llect In the street and by permitting present controversy, I feel it incumsurplus raster to run anywhere, ao bent upon me to again call your atthat many place have become Im- tention to the real iaeues a the car passable. This condition haa attract men understand them. ed the attention of Influential cltl The effort of (fie Utah Light and aona all over tha county and strenu- Railway company to substitute other ous effort are being made to bring issues than those Involved is only n about a change. subterfuge on their part to relieve The coanty dark haa posted notices them of the unpleasantness of their In the papers warning dtlxens about actual, position. Their efforts in that direction will leaving obstacles in the roads, but this does nothing toward bettering prove of no avail and If they persist them In other particulars, benco a in fighting o 1 magnary possibility meeting of the Commercial clubs at they will have to fight It out Mona Bountiful, Fkrmlngton and Kaysvlll for we refuse to be drawn away from haa been called to discuss tha proprie- the real Issues that brought about ty of asking the commissioners to the present situation. bond the county fir n sufficient sum Those issues ao far as we know to put the roads in good shape. If them are the rights of the employes thin Is done the dreams of thenoduoa to receive honorable consideration at men, the farmers and the automobile the bands of th company. A quesdrivers will be realised. tion of bread and butter, nothing more. We have from the rery first stood NEW ELECTRIC PLANT. for honorable arbitration. We stand there now. We accepted the agree28. Connection ment made by the company with ua Richfield, April was completed yesterday with lbs new through hla honor, tha mayor. We electric plant at Glen wood, and Rich- stand ready to abide by that agreefield waa lighted last night for tba ment. the company does not It is np first time from this new source. Be- to them and not ,np to us. Their efforts to deprive th men of ginning tomorrow, the regular twenty-fou- r hour service will be inaugurated their right to hav an official head and tba towns of Gleawood and Rich- and adviser is only further Indication field will hereafter have tbs benefit of of unreasonable Injuatto. It la BACK FROM EUROPE. n anti-strik- the bast at leather la Rhyolite, &ev, April 30. The Lea aoat workmanlike manner. Blaa-htt-, district n la on tha verge of a new Whip ad everything According to tha reports of ban owner need. mining experts upon tha Echo canyoa tha bringing of watar Into tha Co. district, canyon from the Anamlnt or from Ash Meadows or Beatty will mean the greatest rush for placer mines In the history of Nevada. At the present time the Lee district from the summit of the Funeral range south to Death valley lies along the D0I0T0 & COMPANY two tides of Echo canyon and the tops of tho ridges that border It 155 25th Street The canyon has cut a depth for It salt of mors than 400 feef and at Its lower end has plied op a great dry delta on the edge of Death valley that . Is, in places, 100 fort deep to bed rock. It Is this delta and tha loose gravel In the lower part of the canyon that la now being waked by and Notions of all tend? proapectore, and before the situation became clear William Braun and bis associates managed to stake the best claims, where la past years riffles wore formed In the stream bed by hard i aada a GREAT PLACER OGDEN, UTAH. cltl-sen- s. nl gold-bearin- g Drink the oU original AibuckW Brazilian coffees, most wholesome and stimulating, as well aa most economical Anything dearer than AHbuddes ARIOSA is extravagant, and no one can sell as good coffee for die same price. People who drink AHxickles ARIOSA Coffee are not dyspeptics with fashionable nerves itively not a question of Pratt. There Is a question of whether these employes aa American cltlsens have the same right of attorney as that enjoyed by tha company. 1 want to aay now once and for all that Pratt will stand by these men nntil positive assurance la given by th company that they stand ready to abide by their agreement mad with ns and hla honor. Mayor Thompson, or give a pacific proof of a settlement equally aa frir. W do not tend on technicalities or formalities, and are not particular as to tha verbiage of tha agreement or whether It to made direct with Pratt or through other bona fids parties, hut on thing la aura, Pratt will never turn the oauae of these men over to tha company to dispose of at their convenience end without tho right of th men being respected. 1 am hers In the interests at peace, law and order, and tha clUscne of this city who no generously sympathise with tha car men can beat aid ns by lending their hearty cooperation along the atm lines. Refrain from riding on th ears and rtlow tha company the pi assure of running them np and down tha streets of your city absolutely empty and undisturbed. 1 give yon aaaorance of our alneoro thank and wish to express my oonll-daac-o In your Melons and Christian desire of honorable justice aa wall aa your loyM support of what la right C. " p. ' only your protection. Dont buy loo, coffee out of a bag, bin tia th, die roaster is ashamed to seals package with hi name ooTl If your grocer wont tup write to who take vacations in Sanitarium!, on featherweight rations, but die healthy vigorous manhood and womanhood that constitute die lueful majority. The first roasted a ARBUCKLE BROS. Xra YakGp ISSUE RATIFIED. ooacilation and investigation had Ih appointed renders each a minimum fine of 919 a day. Thank Baa Franciace, April 29. Th torn of the Northwestern Pacific Railnujh speculation as to whether tw road company, the corporation which government will proMcute each tf Z recently took over th management of .000 miaara. tho California Northwestern and North Shore lines, to Marin county, met thla KUROKIS ESCORT TO James. afternoon and ratified the Issuance of TOWN. bonds to the amount of 935,009,090. The stock to tho now corporation to Seattle, Wash., April 29.-held jointly by tho Southern Pacific ant General MaeArthur, who Is hat and Santa Ta companies. to escort General Baron Kuroid fna Beattie to tha Jamestown exposing, PROSECUTION OF MINERS. accompanied by Mrs. MacArthar oi hla party, paid an informal visit a Ottawa, Ont, April 29. Members Admiral Burwall at tha Puget gj of the government nr greatly once ru- navy yard at Bremerton today, Ttk t afternoon he conferred with local ed over tho news from th strike g of Alberta and eastern British Seen and assisted in the arru Columbia. meat of a program for tha nectthi The fact that ao many of tho strik- and ratertalnment of 0aeral King ing minora hav refused to return to and party on their arrival hers, n, work no required of them by th new imperial party will probably kav ft industrial disputes act after a board of day morning. BOND , i.-- dir, Uew die-trlc- a PRATT. 8 tops Itching instantly. Cures piles, ocaoma, salt rhtum, tetter, itch, blvea, herpfs, aeabblae Doan's Ointment At any drug atom. HALSEY EN ROUTE HOME. V. Honolulu, April 29. Theodor Halsey, former general agent of th Pacific States Telephone and Telegraph company, who haa been Indicted for bribery by the Ban Francisco grand jury, arrived her today from Manilla on the steamship china In charge of Captain Trowbridge of tha Philippine secret service, by whom be waa aw rested. Mr. H alary was met at thewharf by hla wife, who recently arrived from Ban FYandsco. He declined to make any statement regarding th charge against him that he had bribed mem-bor- a of th Ban Franc! soo board of to grant a franchise to tbo telephone company with which he waa connected. He to spending the time of the steam erte stay here In seeing the sights to company with hla wife and children. CURIOUS WEATHER INARIS. Rome, April 29, A cold wind which arose suddenly today, 1a blowing over tba peninsula, particularly In tba northern part, whera Mao a severe snow storm to In progress, in tho Alps and in tho provinces of Belluno and Bergamo, tho snow fall haa reached several inches. At Messina, great apprehension atlU prevail over tha eruption of th Btromboll volcano. Th condition of tho volcano la still unknown aa smoke and fog prevent stgnMs being exchanged between Sle-ll- y and the Island at Btromboll. A panto still prevails In Calabria and many persona are fleeing from the villages along the coast g! 2.-0- years, exceed die combined L of all the other packaged cof( la 'sealed packages fa ARIOSA Coffee, the blend of LEOPOLD'S PARISIAN TRIP. Par!, April 29. King Leopolds visit to Paris tn a moment at political crisis In Belgium and hla majestys lengthy conforanoea today with President FaUlerlae, Minister of Jtoreign Affairs Pinthon and Premier Clemen-cea- u hav given rise to considerable goaiip and speculation. Tba prevML lag Impression appears to b that the king intend to mak a feint by offering th Congo Free state to France for tho purpose of coercing the Belgian parliament Into complying with his wishes. Garden and Flower GOLD IN WEBEK COUNTY . We hare collected thousands of doUara In gold for our Weber county clients. Recently the Utah Vinegar sad Pickle Works; Carlos Holst, a traveling nun; G. F. Boreman, the lawyer; L. B. Batch, tha butcher; Mrs. Marriott; Oeorgeana Georgs Bmuln; R. Chrlatephersoa, and Mrs. Mary Ana Frew, of Syracuse, have been the favored ones. Wo will collect some for you If you turn in your clMms. Write terms. Merchants Protective Association SdenUfic Collectors of Golden Dollars From Honest Debts Fifth Floor Commercial National Bank Bldg. Balt Lake City, Utah. "Some Ptapla Dent Lika Ua" Francis GL Luka, General Mgr. Bnamaai Tho Electric' Flatiron makes It possible to do an Ironing to from time than to any other way. one-thir- d to BM one-hal- f THE OLD WAY Our splendid stock Mds to select just what you want Como and aa a na Stock remedies will be n specIMty with ns. yon POULTRY SUPPLIES. T. B. Heller . Son HAY AND GRAIN. 2810 Washington Avanua. Both Phones. In using the old method the Iron had to be hosted on tbo en stove, and the Ironing board waa located aa far fro tte a poaaibl often hi another room, tt waa necessary to eich time the Iron wl trip to and from the stoveheat tba Iron at starting and Itwas took considerable time to ConaW" eary often to wait while tbe iron were heating againour pro to in referred ns tbo In Iron, time was lost cleaning "J tMk. THE HEW WAY Tbo electric flatiron la basted by the electric UIT"t.!7itWs tbo Place where It la naed. It hut np to th re m as long na the current la loft on. No cleaning nutate TKESAYWG It la easy to see thrf great saying In time by hind hW thl the electric flatiron. Ia case the Ironing U 4me enrreat naea. economy will often more than pay for tha ftTed. trmiWi li bow much, botheration and OFFER- Watch for our 8FECIAL ELECTRIC FLATIROtf ' Utah Light and Railway Co.