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. Sf XEEE 8 ALT XiAKE TBXBOTTE: SUNDAY MOEITOG-, JASTUAHY 24:, 1904. a H
2Sl? . .
n Will Give Royal Wel
lcome to Visitors.
iS'S TRIAL DRAGGING
! itn Route East Relieved
' tf $70 on Train.
- County Sugar Growers Meet
i Adopt Old Scale Pulpit
Themes for Today.
200 Eccles Eulldlng.
Ogden, Jan. 23. .
geaients have been complotcd to
In tbo educators who are scheduled
Ogdcn canyon and report upon tho
ti o a summer school. Tho follow
unlttoca have been named:
tlon I. "W. Shurtlll'f, president
y board: William Allison, Suporln
Clty Schools; Thomas D. Dee,
in Board of Education; Ercd
iret, City Councilman,
portatlou Judge Henry H. Ro
lon. "William Glaamanu, Mayor,
oaeph Stanford, County Coraniis
DavJd t). McKay, principal ncad--.
Rollo Emmett. City Councilman,
es Hon. William G. Wilson. Coun
tmlesloner. Robert S. Campbell,
avid McKay, State Sonator; Lion,
s'elson, Mayor of Huntsvllle.
itertalnmont Judro Henry H. Ro
i"fichalrman. Angus T. Wright. I. L.
V Charles R. Holllngsworth. A. H.
J g, Charles J. Ross, Tiiomos B. Evans,
'li Vcommlttoes are requested to meet
,5j .Weber club Monday evening at 7.30
W l'op David McKay and tho Mayor of
;'a rvlllo will complete arrangements for
'Ins tho company upon their arrival
i den valley.
: Invitation Is extended to the repre
j lives of the presa to accompany tho
hUP Ogdon canyon.
8WEIiL3 TRIAL DRAGS,
igainst Alloged Hold-TJp Not
Burial of Gcorgo H. Wells on the
Co, of burglary, Is dragging along
jjin tho District court. The fourth
Itho trial has passed, and tho State
Introducing testimony, and It Is
iat It will requlro another day bc
i defenso will begin the Introduc
es caso. Hailing nnd Wyndbcrg,
ho:n the State appears to bo dc-
entirely for its case, again occu
e ccntor of the stage, taking up
I tho time on the witness stand.
Carnegie, familiarly known an
," ono of the principal witnesses
State, testllled that he had hung
tile O K. saloon for several weeks
; to the hold-up, and had seen the
nts. Hailing, Hlckey and Monroo,
: around the place. He told of a
atlon he had with Wells on the
t the Turf Exchange hold-up. In
io said he told Wells that tho gang
dcntly made a raise, as thoy were
lie night before and had plenty of
now: that thoy were quarreling
llvidlng It no, that Wells said he
cd to handling hard pangs; that
3 (tho witness), In an altercation
onroo, accused him of getting the
unlawfully, and. that Monroe then
llm In the face. Carncglo also tos
hat on the evening of the Zang
ho saw Well3 pass tho guns over
r caso to Monroe. On eross-exam-thc
witness became somewhat tan
id finally admitted that Wells had
n to keep still and not voice hlff
ns too freely
Iadopt OLD SCHEDTJLE.
liber County Beet Growers Pavor
OKbeot-growers of 'weber county met
Bnlay with repreaontatlves of the Og
wjugar company to consider several
Elons at Issuo between thorn. One of
zj1 was whether or not the company
pd continue to pay the farmers for
jfcjat a Hat rate of ?10 per ton or
(It, tho Lchl graded scale, according to
Pfccrcentage of saccharine matter. Tho
I fate was adopted. The cmestlon of thu
Iffito bo paid for pulp was also argued
pro and con, but no decision was reached.
Tho farmers want to pay 40 cents per ton
at tho chuto and GO cents at the cllo.
while tho company Is demanding just tho
reverse. The matter wao left over for an
To Return as a Benedict.
A report reached the city last night that
W. J. Shealoy, for many years chief
clerk of tho Southern Pacific In Ogden.
and who left for tho East n few days
ago on a secret mission. Is to return homo
with a wife. Diligent Inquiry among his
friends revealed tho fact that they" hod
all heard tho siorj of his marriage, but
none of them know that It was true.
Joseph Scowcroft was a Salt Lako vis
Mrs. Col. French of the Salvation Army
was In Ogdon Thursday.
D. H. Morris of St. Gcorgo was In the
Mr. and Mrs. W. M". Raymond left
Thursday for California on a visit.
Simon Bamberger was an Ogden visitor
At St. Joseph's Catholic church the ser
vices are: First mass as 8:30: Sunday
school at 9:S0; second mass (high) at 10:30;
vespers and benediction at 7:30.
The Methodist Episcopal church. Twenty-fourth
street, one-half block east of
Washington avenue, next to courthouse,
Samuel Blair, pastor. Sabbath services,
Sunday-school at 10 a. m.; morning
preaching, 11 o'clock; Epworth League,
t-15 n m. In the evening at 7:3) Mrs. Kate
Waller Barrett, national superintendent
of tho Florence Crittenton Homes, will
speak on "Rescuo Work." All seats are
freec. Tho public is cordially Invited. .
Church of tho Good Shepherd, corner
Grant nnd Twenty-fourth, Alfred Brown,
rector. Third Sunday after Epiphany;
Morning prayer and eermon, 11 a. m.; ear
ly celebration. S a. m.; Sunday school, 0:45;
evening service, 7.30; morning topic,
"Healing In Christ For All"; evening,
"The Conversion of St. Paul."
First Church of Christ. Scientist, church
edifice, corner Lincoln avenue and Twenty-fourth
street. Services. 11 a. m.; Sunday-school,
1$:15 a. m.; Wednesday even
ing meeting, 7:30. All are Invited. Free
reading-rooms, suite 212 Eccles building,
open dally 2 to 5 p. in. Subject, "Love."
Gorman Evangelical church, P. G.
Wuebben, pastor, residence WS Twenty
fourth street. Services in Swedish Luth
eran church, corner Twenty-third and
Jefferson avenue, at 3 p. m.; SUndav
school at 2 p. m. Meeting of Germans af
ter service to decide on affairs of church.
Wo extend a cordial invitation to all.
First Congregational church. Sub lect
for morning. "Tho Church, an Institu
tion." Evening services at 7:3rt; evening
subject, "Motive in Religion"; special
music at evening service; Sunday-school
at 12:15, Young People's meeting at 6-30;
Bible study on Wednesday evening at 7.30.
Pows are free and all are welcome.
First Presbyterian church. Morning
service, 11 o'clock; Sunday-school at 12:15;
Endeavor at 0:30; evening sorvlco at 7 30;
midweek prayer meeting Wednesday at 8;
morning subject "The Real Reason for
not Following Christ"; evening subject,
"Tho Folly of Delay in Christian Ser
vice." First Baptist church, between Twenty
third and Twenty-fourth on Grant
Morning worship with special music and
sermon by tho pastor at 11 o'clock; Sun-
ft AMERICAN BOY CLUB AT OGDEN.
feack Bow E. Lindquist, F. P. Hntnling, L. Stallings, J. A. Olsen,
11 Greenwell. Second Row J. R. Olsen, W. I. Thompson. Plrst Row
piwrence Greenwell, A. J. Hall (holding charter), 0. E. Wright.
I TRIBUNE BUREAU.
2W Eccles Building,
Ogden, Jan. 24.
ew social, fraternal and cilucn
1 club has been added to the or
ations In this city under the name
e Junction City club No. !. Order
a American Boy. The order has
Union Pacific Defeats Short Lino
Team on Ogden Alleys.
The Union Pacific bowling team of Og
den took tho crimps out of tho Short
Lino team of Salt Lake by a margin of
371 points at tho Acme alleys last even
ing. Tho score follows:
Martin .. G63
S. Williams 620
E. Williams G4o
Cam p , ftftJ
Floahncr won the, high scoro with 197,
and Ogden won four out of rive games.
A return match will bo played In Salt
Lako next Saturday.
HE CAME PRO II MISSOURI.
Tourist Robbed of $70 While Asleep
in a Chair Car.
J. H. Smith, balling from the State
where people "have to be shown," Is ?70
poorer and much wiser. Ho arrived In
Ogdcn yesterday morning from tho West
and told his Btory to the police. Ho
stated that ho went to sloop In the chair
car, and when ho arrived In Ogdcn his
money was missing. "Up to late last nlsht
tho robber had not been apnrehended.
branches throughout the country and
Its objects are the development of the
mind In matters theological, promotion
of temperance, development of the body
physically and mentally. The officers
are A. .1. Hull, captain; W. I. Thomp
son, vlce-captaln; J. A. Olsen, secretary
nnd treasurer; F. F. Hotollng, libra
rian; Lrrwrenco Greenwell, sergeanl-at-arms.
day-school, 12 o'clock; evening Hpcclal
gospel servlco at 7,30, subject, "Lead,
Kindly Light," This beautiful hymn will
be Illustrated with a special set of stereop
tlcon vlows. Tho pastor has recently re
ectved sovoral sots of storoptlcon slides.
Illustrating famous songs, and these will
bo used in tho Sunday night 'nervlees.
Strangers and all arc welcome.
Tho members of the Seventy-seventh
quorum of scventj will havo a upecial
meeting Monday night at 7:30 o'clock at
the Weber otako academy. A iiill attend
ance la dcilred
Mrs. Kato Waller Barrett will speak In
the First M. E. church Sunday evening
at 7;30. All , who havo any Interest In
rescue work are earnestly requested to
H. C, Olson la In tho city from Salt Lako
J. M. Lapp has returned from a trip to
Albert Barnes the Corlnno sheepman,
Is In tho city.
Joseph Scowcroft was a Salt Lake visi
Mrs, James Cooper has returned from
a trip to Idaho.
Joseph Carlson hns returned from a
trip to Portland, Or.
John Contos left on a business trip to
Denver last ovenlnsr.
Mrs. J. W. Roll and Miss A. Boll of
Emory aro In tho city.
Mrs. Mattte Bryson of Kansas City Is
the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Smith.
Mrs. L A. Bodgo of DenVor Is visiting
her sister, Mrs. J. T, Rushmcr.
J. D. Couttp, the veterinary surgeon, 13
very 111 at hla homo with ia grlppo.
E. W. Hlnchman of Iowa Is vIsKIng
Georgo H. Matson for a few days
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fairbanks of Montrose.
Colo., aro tho guests of Dr. Tophln and
J. H. Kevin returned from Portland,
Or., where ho attended the live-stock con
vention. Mark Kuhn lias decided not to remove
to Shoshone. Ida., but will contlnuo to
make his headquarters bi Ogden.
Tho Amalgamated Sugar company givo
their annual ball to.tholr employees at
Dlgnan's academy next Tuesday evening.
Manager Greeno of (ho Depot hotel
states that Httlft Florence Fullmer, who
fell from a train recently, is Improving
Municipal Judgo Howell held hlo reg
ular matinee yesterday and consigned a
quartette of vags to tho roclc pile for a
The funeral of Zcph Camp will be held
today from the Methodist church at 2
o'clock. The services will be held under
the auspices of tho Masonic lodge.
Mike Cunningham and Tom Carey were
arrestod yesterday by Officer Hutchlns
and nro In jail pending an investigation
concerning the ownership of a small sum
of money. Each claims ho was robbed
by the other.
An association of horsemen of North
Ogdcn has purchased a royal Belgian stal
Hon, Imported directly from Belgium. The
animal Is of the draft class, weighing 2100
pound?, and at present Is at tho barn of
I. F. Campbell of North Ogdcn.
Ephxaim School Monoys.
Ephralm, Jan. 23 The apportionment
of tho State school money for Sanpeto
county for 1C01 is $17.S4C43. Tho school
census for Sanpete county Is 49W. A per
capita of $3.67 Is announced.
They Tell of the Surrender of j
Puerto Plato. I
San Juan, P. R,, Jan. 23. The Cuban
steamer Julia, from San Domingo, Janu
ary 21st, has arrived hero, bringing a num
ber of Dominican refugees, who confirm
the report of the surrender of Puerto Pla
ta by the revolutionary leader. Gen.
Do3champs. Thoy also report tho sur
render of Sosua by Gen. Cespcdes, and
announce that San Pedro dc Macoris sur
rendered January 7th to Gens. Ovando
and Belnau. Gen. Rodriguez, who de
fended the place, embarked on the Clydo
line steamer Cherokee, whllo Gen. Ovan
do assumed tho functions of civil gover
nor? and Gen. Belnau seized tho customo
housc. Many families fled in panic to
tho contiguous country. Gen. Caccres will
shortly, It Is believed, retake Moca, La
Vega and San Pedro do Macoris.
The falluro of . tho movement of Gen.
Jlminez is Imminent, according to these
refugees, who declare that It will be duo
to want of truBt In him felt by his Gen
erals, a lack of money and tho falluro to
observe humane mothods of wnrfaro and
Evangellsto, tho 23-yoar-old son of for
mer President Wos y Gil. and many other
persons have been exiled by Provisional
President Morales to Cunicau, and will
probably como to Porto Rico.
Former President of San. Domingo Wos
v Gil. who Is hore. refuae3 to discuss the
Domlnicun situation. He holds long dallyi
conferences with the refugees who havo
arrived here. Qen. Navarro, who com
mands the besiegers of tho Dominican
capital, recently appealed to Archbishop
Mereno to urge upon tho defenders tho
surrender of the city. This appeal wan
accomplished by a throat to open bom
bardment unless his domand was agreed
The StagT) in Books.
There have been many young girls
ready to believe as gospel truth any
thing they saw in a book, and the more
innocent, the lean suited they were to
nr.ulyze the statements made In these
inconsequent tales. They only saw that
by way of the theater any pretty girl In
poverty. In trouble, could In the brief
est time become great, powerful and
wealthy. No word was said of the long
toil In obscurity the yearning for rec
ognition, the perpetual disappointment,
the thousand hopes always withering
like leaves before frost, the wretched life
In poverty; of struggles against num
bers and perhaps Jealousy and malice,
of slow increase of salary, of equal In
crease of expense. The old-time novel
ist was silent as to all these, and only
dealt In large and vague splendors
never adequately accounted for.
Poor, romantic littlo maids! One does
not like to think what the effect of the
glided nonsense of such books about
the stage may havo been, but in my
own mind I ccmparo them with fucli a
book as "Tho Mummer's Wife," that
frightful and realistic story of Mr.
George Moore's that horror in stupen
dous realism, but, "Oh. Son of David,
have mercy upon us'" it Is the truth'
Clara, Morris in the Header.
Decker Moves Up a Point.
New Orleans, Jan. T: S. F Docker, at
present assistant general passenger agent
of the Southern Pacllle, will become gen
eral agent of tho passenger department
February 1st. and will be succeeded an as
sistant general passenger agent by F. E,
Battours of San Francisco.
Engineer and Pireman Killed.
Vancouver, U, C. Jan. 23 Locomotlvo
Englnn-r Ladner and Fireman Elmsley,
both of Rcvclstock, were killed last
night, toward tho bottom of what 1h
known an the Big Hill on tho Canadian
Pacific railway west of Field The loco
motive which wap pulling a coal train,
rnn away and Jumped the trnck on a
ourvo, tho nntlro train being derailed.
SOCIETY AT EPHRAIM.
Wedding of a Popular Young Couplo
Card Parties, Receptions r.nd
Ephralm Jan. 23. The marriage of Mies
Laura Jensen of Mayfleld and Thorvald
Hansen of this city was solemnized In, the
Mantl Temple Wednesday. A wedding re
ception was held at the R. S. hall at May
field Wednesday evening, at which a largo
number of friends and relatives were pres
ent. Tho brido lo a very popular young
lady and the groom Is a prosperous young
business man of thlo city. Mr. and Mrs.
Hansen wcro the recipients of many beau
tiful nnd costly presents. The nowly
marrled couple will mako their homo In
Bernard Parry of Manfl was an Ephralm
business vjsltor Wednesday.
Axol Elnerson of Willow creek was an
Ephralm visitor Monday.
Mrs. George Qulnn visited relatives in
Ogden the first of tho week.
Andrew Thorpe and Marian Darlu3 aro
guests of Chris Thorpo's fairly at Astell.
Mrs. C. A. Uckernuui and eon aro guests
of Mrs. Charles Johansen.
Joseph Hansen of Falrvicw was a busi
ness visitor in tho city Wednesday.
H,ugh O'Connell rotumed from Colton
Thursday, where he has boen employed by
the R!o Grondo Western Railway com
pany. Mr. and Mrs C. J. Flshor entertained at
card3 Monday ovenlng. During tho even
ing an elaborate luncheon was served,
covers being laid for twenty. Prizes were
awarded to Mrs Adolph Hansen and Chris
Louis Hanson of Salt Lako Is visiting
with his parents.
The Philharmonic ladles' quartette ap
peared before a largo audlenco at the
opera-house Saturday evening.
John Peterson wos a Salt Lake visitor
Willard Wlllnrdcen of Maylleld visited
relatives in this city this week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Armstrong pave a
delightful card party at their home Thurs
day evening. After cards had been played
for some lime, delicious refreshments
were served to the guests.
Peter Lundwall of Falrvicw was a busi
ness visitor In tho city Tuesday.
The. Homo dramatic company presented
"Tho Mariner's Return" at the opcra
hoiipc Wednesday evening.
The conjoint Institulo of Sanpete county
teachers was held at tho academy hall
John Dorlus, Jr., visited Richfield Mon
day. Benjamin Jen3en returned homo from
Payette, Ida., the first of tho week. Mr.
Jensen will make Idaho his home.
Will Douglas of Mayfleld visited friends
In tho city this week.
Mrs. Andreas Olsen entertained a num
ber of friends Sunday afternoon.
Secretary M. F. Murray of the Franklin
Mining company is a business visitor in
Mrs. Adolph Hanson Is visiting In Mantl.
the guest of her mother Mrs. B. RIchey.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Uckcrman of Red
mond were visiting relatives In tho city
Mayor Alfred Dahl was a Fairvlew vis
FOR KILLING TWO.
John Peterson of Eureka Must
Answer for Double Murder Com
mitted at a Dance.
Eureka, Jan. 23. The prelunlnary
hearing of Charles Peterson, charged
with murder In the first degree for the
killing of John Backman, was held here
today before Judge Burns, the defend
ant being bound over to the District
court. This is the second charge of mur
der for which Peterson must stand trial.
While trying: to keep prder at a dance
here on Christmas night Peterson shot
John Erackman and John Eastman. The
shooting of Eastman, who died almost
instantly, was accidental, the weapon
being discharged while Peterson and
Herman Backman were struggling for
Its possession. John Backman was af
terwards shot in the hip by Peterson,
the wound proving fatal.
Mantl. Jan. 23 Last evening a sleigh
ing party was given In honor of Mrs
C. C. Sloan of Salt Lake City, and sev
eral hours were delightfully spent. Mr3. j
Sloan has returned to her home In Salt
Some very ?ce.llcnt work Is being done
In the Mantl public schools thle season,
under tho able management of tho prin
cipal, KephI Jensen. A concert Is being
arranged for the benefit of the school,
it will bo given tho latter part of Feb
Tho Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Soren
R. Nlelson died Tuesday, if diphtheria,
mallng tho third death In that family
within two weeks.
Cache County Roads.
Logan, Jan. 21. The roads In this sec
tion wero never In bcttpr condition than
at present. The snowfall has been heavy
and there Is now eighteen Inches In the
valley. Tho deposit Is heavy In the
mountains, which promises woll for the
water supply next season.
Attorneys to Pight Copper Compnny
Suits in Montana Come
Helena, Mont.. Jan. 23. In the appeal
of the Boston & Montana Mining com
panyfrom tho decision of the lower court
awarding J. J. McHatton and other law
yers $50,00) as attorney fees in tho Bos
ton & Montana receivership case, tho
Supremo court today dismissed tho ap
peal and affirmed the Judgment of the
lower court. Tho court still has under
connlderatlon the appeal of the Boston
& Montana from tho decision of tho
lower court nllowlnc T, R. Hinds J210.000
for hla services as receiver.
Utah Postofflco Changes.
Washington, Jan. 3. Utah postmasters
appointed: Molen, Emery county, Nicho
las Lnrrson, vice Tivcne Caldwell, re
signed. Plymouth. Box Elder county, Wil
liam II. Thornton, vice Bertha Plcrnon,
resigned; Rosette, Box Elder countv, Ja
cob Kurzler, vlco Janes A. Raleigh, re
signed. A poxtoffice hes bcon cntabllahcd nt
Hurt, Adair county, Idaho, with William
Hurt as postmatr.
Dnnroiuir Will Contest.
Victoria, B. C. Jan. 23. After hear
ing rebuttal evlclence by Mary Howe,
Mrs. Hopper's maid, to tho effect that
Mrs. Agnew of Oakland hod said that
two words from her one way or the
other would nettle thin case, the exami
nation of witnesses was completed In
the Hopper-Dunsmulr will case and- the
arguments will be commenced on Tues
WILL TELL OF FIRES
Electric Alarm System In
stalled at Park City.
SIMPLE AND EFFECTIVE
Bevlsod by a 'Phona Man ef
the Mining Camp.
Blasrtn Prom Whistle Will Signal Lo
cation of Pire Residents of tho
Park at Homo and Abroad.
Park City, Jan. 23.
F. U. Bliss, local manager for the Rocky
Mountain Bell tolcphonc company, assist
ed fry William Chamberlain, has completed
tho Installation of tlrn electric flro alarm
system. All that remains now Is for tho
City Council to put Its seal of approval
on tho device.
Tho apparatus was made and put to
gethor by Mr. Bliss, even to tho wrapping
of the coll3. It will cost the city but $100.
The cost of maintenance, Mr. Bliss says,
Is embraced In tbo renewal of tho battery,
which consists of 12S Lo Clancbe cell.
This will have to be renewed once a year.
Mr. Bilas Intends to put in an automatic
device for giving the various signals by
moving a lever to the word Indicated as
soon as tho alarm is approved by the city.
Tho location of a fire will be signaled by
blasts of a whistle.
"Miss Lizzie Waldcn Is visiting friends In
Mike Fitzgerald returned from Salt
John Harrington was on the Incoming
Henry Sprlggs returned from tho capital
Miss LIzy.io Waldcn arrived this morn
Ins from Zlon.
MHs Annlo Workman and brother left
for Salt Lake this afternoon.
Miss Besslo Wilson entertained a few
friends at "Panic!:" lost evening.
R. E. Miller of tho J. I C. was among
this morning's arrivals from Salt Lake
T. A Kelsch, vho has been visiting Mr.
John Phillips, left for his heme In Salt
Mrs. M. McCarty and two children and
Mrs. Nlelson and son. Earl, left for Hyrum
this afternoon to attend tho funeral of
Mr. Holman. a brother of Mrs. Nlelson
and Mrs. McCarty.
jWHAril M'GAWLEY 00
Supreme Court Justices
Complain to President.
Washington, Jan. 23. Among the first
callers on the President today wore
Chief Justice Fuller and Associate Jus
tice Harlan of the Supreme court of the
While they declined to discuss the ob
ject of thejr visit. It is known that they
brought to the President's attention the
matter of their treatment by MaJ. Ma
Cawley at the President's reception to
the- judiciary. It is understood that they
resent Maj. McCawley's action in giv
ing some members ot the diplomatic
corps precedence over theim In the line
passing before President and Mrs.
They hold the action to have been un
precedented and In the circumstances
unwarranted. Subsequent to the con
ference with the President the two
jurists stood In front of the executive
ofllces chatting animatedly for a time.
Chief Justice Fuller then went to the
Maj. McCawley defends the position
he assumed by urging that, as guests
of the nation, the diplomats were en
titled to precedence in the line, Irrespec
the of the fact that the reception was
primarily to the judiciary.
Whether a woman is tearful or cheerful
depends not on what she has materially,
but what she
is physically. ,jS.
Many an iu- Siffi5
diligent hits- nSOIi
driven al- J? u&j
most to dc- r "t 0 v liifl'i
cpatr by the TV cMVVJy
tearful out- "K5C V$3
burst of a yS
wife who g5fcttfiggg' y vJW
has " every- j r ) A
wants." He J 'Pxyy
wants to 0 y-f ,
know what's TO M V AV W
the matter. Ij 7 Jl ff ' X
But the wife M y
can't t c 1 L Z$f J 'l
She only 10 Am A
knows thatr-1 4
she is dc- f 1XV
Such a condition is usually related tt
sonic form of womanly disease.
pCvJU- For Women
VmO BAMKQT BE OURED.
Backed up by over a third of a century
of remarkable and uniform cures, a record
Suck as no other remedy for the diHcascs
and weaknesses peculiar to women ever
nttahitjd, the proprietors of Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription now feel fully war
ranted in offering to nay $500 in legal
money of the United States, for anv case
of Lcucorrhca, Female Weakness, prolap.
sua, or Fallinp; of Womb which they can
not cure. All they ask is a fair and reason
able trial of their means of cure.
Mrs. Alice Adams, of Laboratory. Washington
Co., Pa., faya: "With rr.auv tliahlcn I write lo
1st you know how I am I can iy by God'
help and your help I nui well. I have taUen six
bottlea of Dr. I'ictcc'a Favorite Prescription and
two of hin 'Goldcu Medical DisccoY,, nnd I
can do all nir.work. I can't pralvcjour lucdi.
cine too highly. I will recommend your medi
cines as long aa I live If any ouc doubts this
tive them ray address,"
Keep the bowels healthy by tho timely
cae of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant PclIcU.
ARE YOUR KIDNEYS WEAK ? I
FHOUSANDS OF MEN AND WOMEN HAVE KIDNEY I
TROUBLE AND NEVER SUSPECT it.
To Prove What the Great Kidney Remedy, Swamps
Root, Will Do for YOU, Evary Reader of The H
Tribune May Have a Sample Bottle Sent Absolute
ly Free by Mail.
It used to be considered that only urinary . .
and bladder troubles were to be traced to the jH
kidneys, but now modern eclence proves that ?Ires.
nearly all diseases have their beginning In the jV. IH
disorder of these most Important organs.
The kldnoys filter and purify the blood that 'tWfa
Is their work. IIpmvIw
Thorefore, when your kldnQu are weak or out j jaM-w
of order-, you can understand how quickly your fHRs!
entlro body is affected, and how every organ
6oems to fall to do Its duty. iTjl'e I'll
IX you are 3iclc or "feel badly," begin taking 'rtrWiK
tho great kidney remedy. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- f ct5-
Root, because aa aoon aa your kidneys begin to ' sirW IH
fret better they will help all tho othor organs to ;
health. A trial will convinco any ono,
I chcorfuUy recommond nnd indorse tho ypjiSjyjjK8Rg 'jM
Groat Remedy, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, for bk; i Mgal
kidnoy trouble and bad liver. I have used it 1 DE' K,L:'!t:ir5 !
and derived great benefit from it. I believe it BgKjj SWAffiP-RflOT HWrf iH
haa cured mo entirely of kidnoy and liver Kffif . , i SKa iH
trouble, from, whioh I suffered terribly. M3 u'"f ggg
Most gratefully yours, j g M
A. K.Reynolds, Cbiof of Police, fjraRrt aaT V0"-."'''"" SSr
Cblumbns, Go. Kjx;
Weak and unhealthy kldncy3 are responsible fts-p w nftmu mS-m lH
for many kinds of diseases, and if permitted to
continue much suffering and fatal results are ,mlarTJn- gggHH
fiure to follow. Kidney trouble Irritiiteo tho jjp afS.toMIlVoS
nerves, makes you dizzy, restless, sleepless and ?sS ?rM ntisw
Irritable. Makes you pass water often during iaK cBunefu.tiMr.iiiTfi. uffhm TM
the day and obliges you to get up many times gSy; cwjfioix-nrt..n u
during tho night. Unhealthy kidneys cause WtM Ti'Sr" W&l
rheumatism, gravel, catarrh of the bladder, pain Jra
or dull ache In the back, joints and muscles; de. KXLMaa a co., sgt
make your head ache and back ache, cause in- 04$ tynVnonmt. BMV
digestion, stomach and liver trouble, you get a f , f . I EES
sallow, yellow complexion, mako you feel as feeSVKf''.KE
though you had heart trouble; you may have .Bo
plenty of ambition but no strength; get weak
and waste away. k57
Tho cure for these troubles is Dr. Kilmer's gE7
Swamp-Root, the world-famous new kidney
remedy. In taking Swamp-Root you afford nat- jH
ural help to Nature, for Swamp-Root Is the most
perfect healer and gentle aid to the kidneys that (Swamp-Root Is pleasant t
Is known to medical science. take.
How to Find Out
If there is any doubt In your mind as to your Tf, yu are already COn"
condition, take from your urine on rising about vlnced that Swamp-Root la
four ounces, place it in a glass or bottle, and let ' wnat you need, you can pur-
It stand twenty-four hours. If on examination ...
It Is milky or cloudy, if there is a brick-dust chae thc reSular nfty-cenc
eettllnp:. or If small particles float about in it and one-dollar size bottles
your kidneys nre In need of Immediate attention. A , . A-orv-
Swamp-Root Is pleasant to take and Is used at lhe drUr St0rC 6Ver5
in the leading hospltnb, recommended by physl- where. Don't make any mis-
clans in their private praotlce, and Is taken by takC( DUt remember the nam?,
doctors themselves who have kidney ailments, ' KMmers Swamp-Root.
j because they rccosrnize In it the greatest and
"most successful remedy for kidney, liver and and the address. BInghamton,
bladder troubles. y.. on every bottle.
EDITORIAL NOTE. So successful is Swamp-Root in promptly curing even
the most distressing cases of kidney, liver or bladder troubles, that to prove ita
wonderful merits you may have a sample bottle nnd a book of valuable informa- jH
'tion. both sent absolutely free by mall. The book contains many of tho thou
sands upon thousands of testimonial letters received from men and women cured.
The value and success of Swamp-Root Is so well known that our readers aro ad
fvlsed to send for a sample bottle. In sending your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., 'H
BlnEhamton. N. Y be sure to say you read this generous offer in Tho Salt Lake
City Sunday Tribune. "The Proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness jH
of this offer.
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