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Hi 10 , Trm salt Lake Tribune: fpxday Morotistg, X aotjaii y 22, 1904. j
of yunS 2irfs at this Period of ,ife' or the girl her5eIf are earnestly invited to write
Hi 1 WMW JifA ""iM way thousands of yun women; and her advice is freely and cheerfully given. g ,
MwlX F j Mm& School days are danger days for American girls. Often physical collapse follows, and it takes years to recover ji J
Si illiSs 'WmMW If ilTOflf JWr the lost vitality. Sometimes it is never recovered. Perhaps they are not over-careful about keeping their feet M i
, -sj kW&f dr)'I through carelessness in this' respect the monthly sickness is usually rendered very severe. Then begin ail- SJ
I WmflW fiWFW wf'WWIP mcnts whic" should be removed at once, or they will produce constant suffering. Headache, faintness, slight Iff! f
1 mMh 'i hllMCeC lfef4w vertigo, pains in the back and loins, irregularity, loss of sleep and appetite, a tendency to avoid the society of others, 1$ t 'j
, Wm PJW "t'W are symptoms all indicating that the organs that make her a woman need immediate attention. l
' i ' iMlr Tydfo E. Piaiktiam's Vegetable Compound I j
; llryhas nelPed manY a young girl over this critical period. With it they have gone through their trials with courage and safety. i j'
i iflil With itS ProPer usc the yunS Sirl is safe from thc peculiar dangers of school years and prepared for healthy womanhood. pi j
l' ' 1111111 A Young Chicago Girl Studied Too Hard." Miss Pratt Unable to Attend School." j
1 ?0S ' xlll "Dear Mns. Plykuam : T wish to thank von for the help and benefit I " Dn.ui Mia. PcricnAM : I feel it my duty to tell all young- women hovr
1 iraKii havo received through tho use ofl.vdlaE.PIukiiam's Vegetable Compound much Jjydia E. Pinkham s vonderful Vegetable Compound has done for 'WA Jfr
W&$fwMBffi ?rali and Liver PUIS. When I was about 17 years oldluuddenly accrued to losciny me- 1 was completely run down, unablo to attend school, and did not care for W&
T&g&S& ifflrfWWF W "sual good health and vitality. Father said I studied too hard, but thc doctor any kind of society, but now I feel liko a now perron, and have gained seven 5
' ggSSfi thought different and prescribed tonics, which I took by thc quart without relief. pounds of flesh in three months. I recommend it to all young women who suffer r
&t! MX Reading one day in the paper of Mrs. Pinkham's great cures, and finding thc from female weakness." Miss Alma. Pr.-4.TT, Holly, Mich. ja J!
i---j:CHsi rhi svmntoms deeenbed answered mine, I decided I would give iLydla J3. Pink- K
1 J Syftft ham's Vegetablo Compound a trial I did not say a word to the doctor ; I Thousands of such testimonials prove that Ijdia E. Pinkham's l
I iylWM' bought it myself, and took it according to directions regularly for two months, Vegetable Compound is the one suro remedy to bo relied upon at i t
, ' tftlllik)1: Y7J and I found that I gradually improved, and that all pains left me. and I was my this important period in n young girl's lite. JLook ior the bottlo
I T- JlWwK '4 old scU onco morc"LiLJAK E.Sinclaik, 17 E. 2Cd St., Chicago. 111. with Lydia B. Pinkham's face on it, and accept no other. j
! - 'tljT Ae- x? PS Ri FORFEIT U w cannot forthwith produeo the orinlnn' lottra and elgnatnrts j t;
1 S iSiiasa-25 Jf- En Blf R of above tostunonlala. which rill prove their absolnto Bonnlnenosa. ;
1 Sr -S), 5iffSrW5iS PS?JJ!U' XjTdir K. rinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. M J g
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I hi WANTS MONEY DIVIDED
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;i Propesition of Coloradoan
!; Turned Down,
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:l ' N8 POLITICS, SAYS MITCHELL
PH United Miners Saok Coalition
s' j With Western Foderation.
Assessment Kosolution Introduced
j , That Will Provide $500,000 for
the Strikers in Colorado.
'3 Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 21. At tlic
' Jj - opening of thc convontlcn of the United
S i i Mine "Workers of America today a reso
1 J Jutlon was considered providing for
tu'o delegates to attend the convention
j' J of the Western Federation of Miners
j, j and endeavor to establish friendly rc
I j latlons or form a coalition -between-the
I S two organizations. An 'effort may be
j jji j made to have the Federation Join the
,1 American Federation of Labor, and so
ft be subject to the jurisdiction of the
I ' United Mine Workers.
1 1( -( A resolution was- adopted urging thc
I n 3 election of United States Senators by
I ji a direct vote of the people.
'I' Delegate Howell of Colorado Jntro
ij, I duced a resolution which, in a lengthy
i jt preamble, ret forth all thc doctrines
J V t, of the Socialists and asked the mine
(V u "norkers to tkc the initiative toward
ijH calling the world's convention of trades
. tj. p unions to consider plana for the dlntrl
I i''. butlon of wealth created by labor.
U( After an hour's heated discussion It
I l J was tabled.
, LA President. Mitchell took the floor and
I i(. I urged the organization lo conilne lt
1 I'lf self to trad(23 unionism. He said under
jjL It the miners were getting higher
J-jn v.agcs than ever before. lie allowed
' 1(1 cvery" man n,s Political opinions and tho
f 4'Ja privilege of voting them, but the orga-
nlzatlon should have nothing to do with
Jil l Phlcal tenets.
4IJ THE COLORADO STr.IKE,
' )H A resolution asking that. ih(? ?21,000
; j A per week now being given the Colo
j 1 rado atrlkers be increased, by a per
? ' ' ; capita assesument of 50 cents per week
' 4 ji for one month, brought forth a pro
rr longed discussion of the Colorado strike,
t f The amount that would be raised under
yjj the resolution would be 500,000. The
4- S discussion showed 'warm-sympathy -for
1! i thc Colorado strikers, Tho resolution
tjlr) was referred to the national executive
I P committee. The matter will probably
1 j i j come up later.
IL For Over Fifty Tearc.
Axx An old and well-tried- remedy. . Mra.
' L'v WInslow's Soothing Syrup has been
1m used for over fifty years by millions of
l' mothers for their children while teeth
lng. with perfect success. It Foothes
tj1 the child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, cures wind colic and Is the best
1 Ijlf, remedy for diarrhoea. Sold by drug
1 ,J gists In every part of the world. Be
0: sure and ask for Mrs. "Wlnalow'a Sooth
1(5 Jng Syrup
Iiij Australia's 2Tcv Governor.
tnJ Melbourne, Victoria, Jan, 21. Lord
fY Northcote, appointed Governor-General
of Australia in succession to Lord
'ifftd Tennyson, landed here at mid-day. He
&& Was met bv the Federal Ministry and
Url otneru .and proceeded to Parliament
.uj0! aoucc, where he was sworn In.
IJhu 3Med in Prison.
i'zrl Detroit, Mich., Jan. 21. William B.
Mia Marsh, for the past three years an In-,
1 5 lit mat(: of tne Detroit house of correction,
1 aii J where he was sentenced for robbing the
yt1 malls In Idaho, died today, from pro-
lloH prcsslvc atr0Pn'
1 y j Bo Wise
1 . And buy a piano at less than factory
s cost nt Carstenscn &. Anson Co., 74
y' Main St. Old &tund Daync- Music Co.
AT THE HOTELS.
Arrivals at tlf CtiUpn yestonlav wor?:
J. J. Thomas, 1 1. G. JJIiimcntbnl. Provo;
Thomas Van Husklrk. J. P. AVIInon. J.
D. Kwlng nnd wlfo, Ogdon: I,. II. Miller.
Chehalls, Wash.: It. C. Lund. St. George;
It. B. HnrrlK, Hutte; J. U. Fennell. Grnf
lon. Xcb. ; A. Ii. Cnitz and wife, llalloy;
M. II. Hennessey, M. II. Melroso, Amoml,
IIU: Jaincs Peterson. J. B. ICaufman. Snn
Frunclsco: E. J. Fisher. Pocatollo; W.
It. rUimbaugh, F, X. Lowans, Farming
ton. NEW WILSON EUROPEAN-.
Arrivals at the New Wilson European
yesterday were: C. M. Cnon, Joseph Co
hen, Kansas City; R. W. Sterling and
wife. Dodge City; II. N. Cro.s and wife,
Llvcrmor. Cal.; A. G. Blast, Statcllno.
Utah: J. Hcmpel. Sunnysldo; A. T. Chrls-tc-nsen.
W. L. White, John S. Gordon,
Now' York: F. S. Hoaglln. Albuquerque;
P. W. Cumminss, Livingston; George H.
Leonard. Denver; J. N. Gosm, Snn Fran
cisco; Mr. and Mrs. Wilton. Brown,
Ohnllls: W. P. Eoton. Garland; Miss L.
Hyland. rhlcago; J. B. Jennlncs. Itieh
ilrtd: C. P. Talbot. Danville. Va.; Mre.
M. J. Lau". Omaha; J. U. Crainm.
.Jameston. N. P.; Gottlieb AVefsel. Lin
eoln: William n. Loore, California: f.
IT. Yoitng. M V. GeaK.in. Denver; Eu
ceno Barllnger. W. J. Keating and wife,
.Mrs. C. Cooper. Ogden; Moslnh Kvans,
M. P. AVIIIctt. A. R. Julian. Garland;
Irving GUI, George W. Wilson. Son Dl
opo. Cal.; Dr. J. A. Ilcnsel. Eureka; J.
W. Nowburn and wife. Indianapolis. 1 nil. :
W. II. Lucas, Spokane: N. M. Eldredce,
Pocntollo. V. ft. Knowlton nnd wlfo,
Butte: J. J. McClosky. Bolfe, Ida.; C. II
McGarrell. Green River; William Vin
cent, Sandy; Charles Zolgler. IT. CJ
Tworiny. C. B. Fyer. II. L. Joseph. Chi
cago: Joe Blewett, Mercur; Ike Ilauser,
Cincinnati; J. F. Harrison and wife.
Kinjrslon. Ont., J. Schneider. Now York;
E. U. Graven. Jefferson, la.: Frank F
Corby. Chicago; M. Block. Kansas Cilv.
Moroni Helner. Morgan; Phil P. Clark.
Eureka: S. A. RobertFon, Robinson; W
H. Drumin, Bingham; K. IT. Sparks. Ja
cob Evans, Provo; R. E, Klepper, Man
Seminary Girls Flee From Fire.
Greensboro, N. C. Jan. 21. The main
dining-room, dormitory and laundry of
tho State normal college were destroyed
by Arc today. The 3G0 young women
students were rescued. Loss, ?100,000.
Great Sale of Undermuslin3
At The Paris Millinery Co. this week.
Best values ever shown at any previous
Kile. First-Mann materials and trim
mingy, up-to-date t-tyies, at lowest
prices ever Quoted for like quail. Ics.
FIRE FIGHTING ABROAD
Chief Alfred Webb From Aus
tralia Gives Pointers.
WHERE AMERICA FALLS DOWN
Four Fires for Ev3ry One In
Europa and Australia.
Uoted Visitor Tells of Chicago Horror
and Preaches Better Building
Construction and Inspection.
After traveling half-way around the
world and studying tho method? of build
ing construction and flre-llghtlng In- Ilia
principal cltlea of Europe, Canada and thc
United Slates. Alfred Webb, chief officer
of the lire brigades In Xow South Wales,
Australia, arrived In Salt Lake yesterday
Chief Webb makes a statement which
will cause surprlso to most Americana.
He says that thoro are four tires In the
United Slates" to one fire in Europe ind
Australia, the estimate being made on the
basis of population. Ho accounts for tho
difference in favor of tho foreign countries
by the fact that there. Is a more rigid en
forcement of rho laws cor.ccrnlng building
construction ;.nd precautionary measurea,
The United Suites." hu aald, "baa ex
cellent laws, but I llnd considerable laxity
In their enforcement. I regard tho
French law In tho Code Napoleon as tho
bp-t building act in the world. Under itH
UrniH the contractor orlglnallv hud to
gtiMi-antoe- the safety of tlu building for
twenty years. I bcllcv.- tho tlmo. hna now
bcn reduced to t.-n years, but the efTcct
Is -very .satisfactory in Uurcne laws for
the protection, of I'fp and nrooerly are
fltilctlv obacrod. and (he resi.lt Is a m!nl
muTi lo bv llr
"Whon 1 was in Clil. aM 1 .'"Iterl the
Irorpiol.i tlioatcr I found that tho ground
i-xlla were numron i-noiicb t oomph'
with the -nopt stringent regulations, but
thev told me ihot many of 1 lie dois wr"
looked. At one of the cxlt3. whore the
Kreatcst loss 'of life occurred, the doorn
had to Iks burstcd in by tho firemen from
the outside. Bodies were niled up against
the doors to thc height of neven feet."
Chief Webb Is making his tour of tho
world at the expense of tho Ktale. He was
given elsht months" leave of absence, and
this In the forty-third city he has visited.
In his travels ho has aeeurcd price? on
materials and equipment, and. as a result,
will be able to wive thc cost of the trip
In two years, and at the same tine give
New South Wales tho benefit of I1I3 ob- 1
He finds, he said yestcrdav. that thr. I
younger fire organizations in America are
more progressive than tho departments In
the older cities, because thev am not r.o
set In thlr wavs. The ehlef will be tho
guest of Chief Uevino until Saturday and
will observe the workings of the local lire
department. He will also Ftudy the effect
of extra wide streets and lai-3c blocks on
the conflagration problem.
ST0VE WENT ON A STRIKE.
All Kinds of Excitement Caused by a
Little Firo on Capitol
Hill. ' j
An overheated hot blast stovo was re- j
sponsible for tho partial destruction of
tho home of T. E. Ncwmnn of C3 Wall
street shortly after 11 o'clock yesterday
morning. The blaze was discovered be
fore It had time to gain much headway,
and an alarm was aent to the llro depart-
ment. In a few seconds a hoao truck and
chemical engine In charge of Assistant
Chief Wood started for the feene. When
half-way up Capitol hill the horses be
came exhausted, and It was necessary to
send for a freJi team. Tho I orscs recov
ered after a brief rest, however, and
reached the scone of the lire before the
frcdh learn came to relieve them. The
damage to the house was conliii'id to the
roof nnd tcond floor, with the exception
of slight dan ago duo to water running
through tho colllngs to the second lloor.
George T. Urlce owns the properly and
the Iofk Is covered bv Inburance.
When Assistant Chief Wood called for
help when his team was tumble o roacb
thc too of thc hill, u hose wagon with
Driver Harris was sent mt. 'While turn
ing a comer the wheels of the wjig.ni
slid and the rer wheel otruek a roek or
car roll nnd snaoped the axle Fireman
1 111 .mjuiAjjugeam i i ! lawwaiBaBaPM
J.inos P.ntl. who wa riding on thc back
Mop. had his right leg seercU bruised by
helnc thrown to tbe ground He was
tak'it lvi- k to fhe station, where his injurs-
'onsldi ruble excitement w.vj caused in
tl:e vicinity of the lire, been usc nearly all
of tbe houses arc built of brick and frame,
the upper story shingled outside. Mrs.
Tod Calno was ill In one of the houses
and Elmer Rice, the sixteen-year-old son
of C E. Rice. In another. Roth were re
moved lo nearby houses, and It Is believed
will suffer no bad effects In consequence.
On several pianos sold yesterday rather
than pay two rents. Better come at
once: Carstcnten & Anson Co., "4 Main
I St. Old stand Daynes Music Co.
I Tho Grass Creek Coal company at
I Coalville, Utah, is advertising for coal
HE TE3SES UP.
Grand Hnpids Alderman. Pleads Guil
ty to a Charge of Having
Accepted a Bribe.
Grand Rapids. Mich., Jan. 21. Bx
Aldcrman James O. McCool today
pleaded guilty to the charge of accept
ing a bribe from Lant K. Salabury for
aiding the water deal. His trial was
to have begun today, but It Is said that
as a remit of yesterday's verdict of
guilty In the Ellen case McCool decided
to change his plea to guilty. Soon after
ex-City Clerk Lamorcaux also changed
I his plea of not guilty to guilty. He
I was charged with conspiracy In the
I Thc court granted a motion for a
l twenty days' stay of proceedings In the 1
I Ellen case. An appeal will be taken to j
the Supreme court- j
' King Oscar's Birthday. j
I Stockholm, Jan. 21. The festivities in j
honor of tho 7fth birthday of King Os
1 ear were Inaugurated today with spe
I clnl services In all the churches. The
J rity was profusely decorated. Tho
municipal authorities presented about
$40,000 toward the King's jubilee, fund
for the indigent consumptives of Stockholm.
OUTLAWING TROLLEY LINE.
Indignant Jerscyites Cnuss Forfeiture
of Street Cnr Company's Fran
chise Service Too Poor.
New York, Jan. -.21. Angered bc
I cause of what they declare to be wretch
ed service on the part of the trolley
company, the Town Council of West ,
Hoboken has passed an ordinance re
voking the franchise granted to thc
North Hudson County Railway company
In 1S35. The North Hudson Is one of
the subsidiary companies of the Pub
lic Service corporation of New Jersey,
which controls hundreds of miles of line
connecting the various cities and towns
about Jersey City.
The ordinance will not become opera
tive until it hns been advertised In thc
ofTlcIal papers for five days. Then. It ly
declared, the Public Service corpora
tion will have no legal right to run .1
single trolley car on any street in the
town and the poles and wires will have
to come down. Thc police will be or
dered to arrest all conductors and mo
tormen who attempt to run cars. The
company may run horse cars under .a
franchise still effective.
Hundreds of Indignant citizens were
in attendance at the meeting of the
Town Council and Mayor Nolan in
speaking upon the mearure before it was
put to a vote. ?aid every effort has been
made to secure better transportation,
but without aaii.
MILES FOR PRESIDENT;
Chicago Democratic Club Dj
That tho Army Man Should-
Head tho Ticket ;'
Chicago, Jan. 21. The Post j
"The Iroquois club, lo pi
prominent Chicago Democrats bd
Is preparing lo boom Gen. JCclnjj
Miles as the man to nominate for Pi
dent on the Democratic ticket foljj
"It was learned today that a 0
mlttee of thQ club has been auttoj
to arrange for a banquet soon, at -sfi
Gen. Miles will make the principal'
dress and be hailed as a tocalld5
dldate for the Presidency, j
Miles has been ln,M to a".cd
has accepted. The date of the bad
has not boon fixe-d, but It will be It
near future. The Iroquois club li
of the leading Demon 3 orsaniai
of the West." v
Heavy Shortage Alleged. J
Clinton. la.. Jan. 21 J. W. If
president of the Mollno Bulldlr.?.
Loan association, hoi been indicia
the Rock Island count grand Jcr)
seventeen counts. T've indlcfo
charge that he has tmuczxtal f3
although It Is soil bis Khortagei
oxoeed $100,000. "Wan- lat sprrj
a c.mdidato fn- M .- on the ReS
tl.-ket He is in jail n default olbj
I fL BEST FOR THE BOWELS M,
GARDNER j Py j fJ 3j
I Two days more and Utahs most re- $I5'00' $l8- and Two days more of thc giving of $J5.0(
I markable Clothing Sale will be an event of Orco1 $18'' $2- and $2500 SuitS and 0vefS
I the past; ever to be remembered by the thou- ffff Coats or ?00The giving of $2,00 soft
1 sands who have benefited by its monstrous MM Shirts or $I.00--75c, $1.00 and $1.25 stif$j
I value giving, as the most phenomenal and irts for 50c-The giving of many other
j. fearless Bargain Fete in the annals of mer- Vlmi I heretofore unheard-f Bargains in Men's Hats
chandising in ' this State. Today and" to- M0mMmWm ' ?antS VrCati
morrow remains the chance for you which WmWSmMM t0 fet PaSS 0r YM
i -ii t. j i VVZm SoinS to save dollars (many of them) on tKJ4
will soon be gone, and . its equal may never Yffiiffl rUL , , , ,
j be had W yU ne ' aS oters ave ne
f ONLYtWd"" I Jj - - 7ZT1 ORDERS
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