1 I'm; bavt lake Tribunei Wednesday Mokktstg, February 3.7, woi. 9 i(B
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Ibrso n a l.
llnTOL'S HAIR, MOLES. ETC.,
IfifcERFLUOLa j , ctrJc nC(fdle. Lula
constitution block. s!215
jfff PHYSICAL CULTURE.
IMTftKELLA PIERCE. PIER--jfc
Commercial club bid.:
SMI Piorco nnd Miss Davis.
fftTcCHOOL OF ORATORY.
g bldg. Telephone 13ST-Y. sS5
fBlA OPTICAL CO., :0 SIAIN.
tWff.i. nd rotaJl manuf. 'opticians.
llirRBROS.. LADIES' TAILOR
MSty All work first clnos. 319
Of HVY, GRAIN AND COAL.
KJtr BR03. COMMISSION CO..
1 "Sri from State ft. lo O B 3rd So.
, ARGENT A LODGE NO. 3. F. AND
L A. M. At Masonic hall first Tues
fi day of each month. Members of
lister lodges and sojoprnlnff broth-
FRANK P SHERWOOD, W. M. "
OjB C PHILLIPS. Secretary.
'HATCH LODGE NO. 1. F. AND A..
Uiwnlc hall, second Friday each.
r Members of sister lodges and so
sbj brethren in good standing ln
t A BROWN, W. M.
, J, LOWE, Secretary.
KilORIAH LODGE NO. 2. F. AND
t Jkranlc hall, second Monday each
li Mfrabera of sister lod&eB nnd sc
pjtf brethren In pood standing In-.
4 JAMES H DROWN, W. M.
515TOPHER DIEHL. Secretary..
L KA!AH TEMPLE. A A. O. N. M.
ItMTVcJnesday of each month. Ma
:till at S p- m. All nobles aojuorn-
C. F. JENNINGS. Potentate.
.jm BROWN. Recorder.
jyt WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
CAMP MEETS EVERY
rJjht at S o'clock In Knights of
i hall. id Main street,
f RUSSELL. Consul Commandor.
DD1NE CIRCLE NO. 41 MEETS
fwsday at I. O. O. F. hall.
IR MAPLE CIRCLE NO. 103
tyery Friday night at I. O. O. F.
IERNAL UNION OF AMERICA.
2QREEN LODGE NO: 151 MEETS
Uc&lay at I. 0. O. F temple.
T E. HARPER, F. M.
UIRRH ENCAMPMENT NO 1
fourth Tuesdays, 8 p. m. I. O.
LODGE NO, L EVERY
5. 1 P. m.. I. Q. Q. F. temple.
T LAKE NO 2. EVERY FRIDAY.
itl. Q. Q, f temple.
DAN LODGE NO 3. EVERY MON-j-m-,
I. 0. O. F hall.
CLST LODGE NO. 9. EVERY
r. I p. m.. I. Q p. f. temple.
JgHUSE LODGE NO. IS. EVERY
S p. m., I, Q. p. f, temple.
nWDG? N0 x- 0 O. F.
wy Wednesday night at S o'clock,
temple. Visitors welcome.
lcrDERSQX' N- -
jfSAH NAOMI LODGE (DOF
1 1 lrK second and fourth Sat-j-
m-. 1, Q, o f. temple.
SaTO,E, - OF R.) NO. 6.
and third Saturday. S p. m.. L
Jtnple. Rebekahs invltcS
, KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
fethalL NO 51 EVERT
RS f&DG,B NO- -3. K. OF P..
$ ta?tUrday "'cnlris, S oclock.
feoSdavAIJ,rnLkJP TENT NO. 2.
hi iSViXj; L ' - F- hall. Visiting
Sp- hofl d Tucada'- 8 P-
kORDER OF EAGLES.
ipKm W?t noTctThvery
fcalLP' u W hall,
t1'. 8 p. m., a. O. U. W.
EI NO. 7S eTeryTsT
K I. O. O. F. temple.
STILL AT WORK
TUTJSTEES OF COTJNTBY SCHOOL
DISTRICTS MAKE PROGRESS
A meeting of tho trustees of school dis
tricts Nos. 17 and 50. with the County
Commissioners and County Superintend
ent, will be held In tho Joint bjlldlng to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock for tho pur
pose of considering the consolidation of
theso two districts. Theno two districts.
Hunters and Pleasant Green, It Is pro
posed to consolidate Into district No. 3
under tho new scheme. The trustees of
all the other districts In tho county have,
mot with the county authorities and thus
far a general favorable scntlmont has
boon aroused. This Is the last mooting to
be held on this proposition, but tho mat
ter of consolidating tho entire county Into
a north nnd south district will be consid
ered at creator length.
?.i,m- lo thc ai,rTfvC0 ln tl,c spring as In no
other season. It's a. pity they don't run
all" oft tha? way; but ln sPUo
pf pimples and other eruptions, they moBl
ly remain in the system. That's bad.
.Si,od sSft".T.i)arllla removes thorn and
cures nil the painful and disfiguring!
troubles they cause Nothing else cleansos
the Hystem and clears tho complexion like
AT THE HOTELS.
T,lr.lv-SISTatheuNeSr "Alison yestcrdav
were: E. J. Murphy. St Paul; L. C. Min
er, Murray: J. B. Mllburn. Mrs. Kato
Plce: MV JScobKard, Edward
Glaser, Oregon; J. Saunders, Now Or
leans; G. E. Elliott L. R. Bonta. Denver;
U C. Dougherty, St. Louis; W. E. Os
borne san Francisco; Andy Woods, W
A. Woods, C. Curtis. Harrj- Chaurant.
Now lork; Fred M. Blersach, Provo; Mrs!
I? rank Chance and daughter. Urbana. C
P. Holman. Council Bluffs, la.. J. For
sythe. Jr.. Kansas City.; Rt H. Glover
Omaha; E. F Freudcnthal, Local: W. C
"ksf T2PC;' J- P,rCafferty, E phraim
MrS f. E Strnup; Mrs, T. A. Varden
Bingham: Ilcnry Shields. Park City C
Jensen. Rcxburg. Ida.; Fred J, Strong;
nUtW1 TIr- nrn,d Mrs" H' Dotloff, Mils
burg Holnes, Fred Ekolle, Pltta-
Arrivals at the Cullen yestorday wero:
Ajrs. J. D. i-wing, Davo Mlnroe, A. C. Dui
?,0:, R' J-A Mowroy, James RufTu, J. av.
Bailey, B Johnson., C. O. Bybec. B
Brown. A. C. Dingle. A. W. Dyer. Ocdon:
C. B. Tilden, HcliSsr- J. D. Barney, Bing
m J-T1H- Mcctor. Richfield; Minnie
Wasky Idaho; S. L. Wolls, William Lewis.
Lchl; F. M. Larter. Kommcrer, Wyo.; Lw
B. Mercor. Bolso; U J Cormard, Victor.
Colo.; JL J. Shlclds( Park City; Charles
Oliver, Georgo E. Felt nnd wife, T. B
Lewis, Mrs. Stewnrt, Denver; James An.
Performances of "Rosemary" will bo
glvon this afternoon and this evening.
It has boon decided to give a matlneo
performance of "A Chinese Honeymoon"
on Washington's birthday.
"Uncle Tom's Cabin" opens at the'
Grand theater Thursday night
I FOR SALE--REAL ESTATE.
CHEAP. OR WILL TRADE FOR CITY
real estate, a beautiful farm of SO acres on
Provo rlvor, 3-room house, with other out
buildings, fenced; owner anxious to sclL
Inquire at 2CS E. 7th So. B951
RANCHES. FA-RMS. ACREAGE, BIG
list of our real estate paper free at office.
Harrington & Courtney, 15 W. 2nd So.
OUR BUSINESS IS REAL, ESTATE
and loans. C. W. Miller & Co., 112 W. 2nd
SELLS REAL ESTATE. MAKES
loans. Edw. M. Ashton, 207 Descrct News
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE INVEST
ment Co. Real estate and loan brokers.
251 Main strcot
S. B WESTERFIELD, 6S-'S3 COM'L
blk. Houses, lot3 and buslress property.
$1100 Buys n cosy cottage on L st, noar
J1200 S-room modern, 1st st.
$2300 Six-room -modern brick cottage,
near Brlgham st.
51350 Six acres choice land, near 11th E.
and 14th South.
? 125 Building lots, 7th East and 10th So.,
car line; easy terms.
FOR SNAPS SEE US.
A. McKellar & Co., 63& W. 2nd So. fl9S3
GET IN LINE.
Tho Roge Realty Co. Is signing con
tracts every day now for houses on small
payments, and you had bettor call and
nrrango to buy a house before the spring
rush, as prices may rise.
Wo also havd bargains In vacant and
Improved property In all parts of tho
town. Our lists are new, and the prlcoo
right, and wo can mako the terms to suit
Closo ln, 7-room rooming-house, S325. A
good bargain, and rent Is reasonable.
REGE REALTY CO..
F. M. POWELL, Mgr.
No. 8 West Second South St
Suite 16 and 17, Walker Bajilc Bldg. sl02S
A TEN PER CENT INVESTMENT.
New house, pressed brick, five rooms,
plumbing, cement walks in yard and
street electric lights; will rent for 520
per month. Price. J2000; $200 down, bal
ance samo as rent O. Engdahl. 321 So.
Eighth West r2093
BROWN'S IN 'TOWN SELLS REAL
estate, loans money, writes insurance. No
II B. lat South. rlS23
.See GODDARD, under Walker's bank.
WE SELL REAL ESTATE. THAT'S
all. Tuttlo Bros.. 149 Main; red ball algna.
HEAL ESTATE BARGAINS. U. P. R.
R. lands. E. J. Wills. 15 W. 2nd So. mlS37
REAL ESTATE. MONEY TO LOAN.
Cannon & Cannon. 21 E. So. Temple.
twi." HOME TRUST & SAVINGS CO.
?HcVo choice land, south of city, $200.00.
Iroom house brick, newly built. $1150.00;
tC4-?o3om house, good lot. $073.00: monthly
Xhob. Trust & Savings Co.. 6-S W
1st South St.
til-at F?TATE, RENTS, LOANS, INS.
Hl Invent5 Ca.l&g So. W.'Tample. kCli
AT A BARGAIN FOR CASH, lb' j
taken it onSi.2 front lots on 2nd West,
iw Pieton avo. Inquire Angua Lam
bert at Lambert Paper Co., 01 W. 8. Tenv
plo. 'phone SSo,
ti- TifTTfTIIi 4-ROOM PR. BRICK,
neOn ?apuiy growing part of city; $1500;
tCG-room PS:-1 brick, modern, oil finish, dry
cellar? $2200. $250 cash, bnl. easy.
rhoire building lots on State Bt.
Cholco building lots on 8th East, very
nrda Co??S W. 2nd So. siCS
FIRST CAMPAIGN GUN
READY TO BE FIRED
Republican District Committee Will Meet Saturday Night to
Arrange tor a Judicial Convention.
The first gun to be fired la thc coming-
campaign for the election of State
officers was fired yesterday with the
Issuance cf a call for a meeting of the
Republican district committee for the
Third judicial district. The call was
issued yesterday by the resident mem
bers of the committee and the meeting
Is to be held at the Kenyon hotel in this
city on Saturday night, February 20th,
at 8 p. m.
The committee will como together for
the purpose of fixing the date of the
district convention for the nomination
of candidates for the bench of the Dis
trict court and for a District Attorney.
Tho Idea la to call thc convention at an
early date and thus prevent the work
ing of pernicious politics in connection
with these offices. Nominations are to
be made for the four divisions of the
Third Judicial District court and for
EASTERN ROADS GET
INTO THE WAR
NEW YORK, Feb. 16. Harmony of
rates in trunk line territory is threat
ened, the Buffalo-New York lines op
posed to the Buffalo-Phlladelphla-New
York lines having- served notice that
the freight rate on Lake grain for ex
port will bo reduced Wednesday to 3
cents per 100 pounds between Buffalo
and New York.
This reduction means an abolition of
the differential initiated by 'the Penn
sylvania and the Lehigh Valley In
favor of Philadelphia last summer, and
Is designed to give the port of New
York tho same privilege heretofore en
joyed by Philadelphia.
An effort Is being made to confine the
fight to thc comparatively Insignificant
Item of Lake grain for export, but
fears aro expressed that It may spread
to other classes of freight and upset
the hitherto harmonious conditions ln
trunk line territory.
Tendency of tho Times.
The tendency of medical science is to
ward preventive measures. Thc best
thought of the world Is being given to
tho subject. It Is easier and better to
prevent than to cure. It has been fully
demonstrated that pneumonia, ono of
the most dangerous diseases that med
ical men have to contend with, can be
prevented by tho use of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. Pneumonia always re
sults from a cold or from an attack of
Influenza (grip), and It has been ob
served that this remedy counteracts any
tendency of these diseases toward pneu
monia. This has been fully proven in
many thousands of cases ln which this
remedy has been used during the great
prevalence of colds and grip ln recent
years, and can be relied upon with Im
plicit confidence. Pneumonia often re
sults from a slight cold when no danger
Is apprehended until it Is suddenly dis
covered thats there Is fevc and difficulty
In breathing and pains ln tho chest, then
It la announced that thc patient haa
pneumonia. Be on the Bafe side and
take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as
soon as the cold is contracted. It al
ways cures. For solo by all druggists.
Although still early In tho season
there is lots of talk la the air concerning-
the probable nominees for these po
sitions at the hands of the Republicans.
It is understood that Judge Morse will
be rc-nomlnated by acclamation and
Judge Lewis Is understood to be a re
ceptive candidate. Whether Judges
Hall and Stewart will bo out for an
other term is not yet known. Other
names being prominently mentioned
for the nominations aro George G. Arm
strong, George F. Goodwin and D. H.
Wenger. Some mention has also been
made of Judge H. S. Tanner of the City
court and M. L. Ritchie and C. S. Kin
ney. The following named constitute the
Republican district committee: Parley
P. Chrlstensen, First ward; E. J. Eard
Iey, Second; J. F Smith, Third; George
N. Lawrence. Fourth; Ralph Guthrie,
Fifth, C. E. Marks, Henry Harker. Salt
Lalco county; H. S. Townsend, J. M.
Lockhart. Summit county; L. L. Baker
and John Mahaffey, Tooele county.
Despondency over thc sulcldo of her
husband, which occurred during tho lat
ter part of Inst December caused tho at
tempted suicide of Mrs. Kato Mock. 513
South Seventh East street. Tho attempt
was made at 0 o'clock last night by means
of an overdose of bromldla.
Neighbors living next door to hor resi
dence were attracted by groans and went
to her nsalatanco before the drug proved
fatal. Drs, Benjamin and Mayo were
summoned and by moans of surgical ap
pliances the poison was removed from the
Physicians continued their offorts to re
vive the woman until lato last night, when
she was pronounced out of danger
GREAT RATE WAR
ON WESTERN ROADS
Cheap Freight Rates "Will Rule on All
Roads Between, the Missouri
and the Atlantic Coast.
- Chicago, Feb. 1C The Tribune today
says: The great rate war In which tho
Western roads are engaged threatens
to involve all tho lines between the
Missouri river and tho Atlantic sea
board. The Burlington and Chicago &
Alton have just given notice that they
will put Into effect a rate from Missouri
river points to Baltimore, Newport
News and Norfolk of 16 cents for 100
pounds. This Is only 3 cents higher
than the rate from Kansas City to the
The action was not taken on account
of the reduction made by the Great
Western and Northwestern roads, but
Is ln conformity with the position they
have taken during more than a year,
that the differences ln the grain rate
between the Gulf and South Atlantic
ports should not be more than 3 cents
for 100 pounds.
The rate announced by the Burling
ton and Alton from Missouri river
points to South Atlantic ports Is one
cent less than the regular tariff rato of
the Eastern lines from St. Louis to the
seaboard. This cuts out the rate be
tween the Missouri and Mississippi
rivers. It Is said by the Burlington of
ficials that under their arrangement
with thc Eastern roads their system
gets an arbitrage of 5 cents for 100
pounds. This leaves only 10 cents to
the Eastern lines, or 6 cents less than
the regular tariff rate.
It Is asserted by tho neighbors who
found the woman in a supposedly dying
condition thnt she swallowed tho contents
of a half-ounce bottle of bromldla. Phv
slclans state that tho drug would huvo
had fatal results but for thc timely In
terference af neighbors who nsslsted In
reviving her until tho arrival of tho phy
Three little children wcro nt tho home
at tho tlmo of the attempted suicide, but
they knew nothing of the desperate act of
their mother. Tho cause of tho deed Is
said to have been despondency over.thb
death of the woman's husband, who died
by his own hand a few weeks ago.
Few of the dotails of the deed which
almost ended in a tragedy were glvon out
for tho reason that attempts were mado
to suppress tho facts,
R-ev. Anna Shaw Succeeds Mrs. Car
rie Chapman Catt as Head of
WASHINGTON, Feb. 16. Rev. Anna
Shaw has been elected president of the
National Woman Suffrage association.
Rev. Shaw succeed Mrs. Carrie Chap-'
man Catt, and the latter takes the po
sition of vices-president- at large. The
other officers, elected were Miss Kate
M. Gordon, New Orleans, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Alice Stone Blackwell,
Boston, recording secretary; Miss Har
riet Taylor Upton, Warren, O., treas
urer. All were re-elected.
Portland, Or., was selected as the
place for the next meeting.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 16. The Na
tional Woman's Suffrage association
was given a hearing by the House, Com
mittee on Judiciary today. A delegation
numbering over a half a hundred wo
men, headed by Mrs. Carrie Chapman
Catt, president of the association, ar
ranged themselves around the committee-room
and enthusiastically applauded
the points made in their behalf and of
a sixteenth amendment to the consti
tution by the various speakers, whom
Mrs. Catt presented.
Members oC the committee asked the
seveial women speakers from Colorado
as to the reason of Mr. Shafroth's ac
tion ln resigning his seat In the House
yesterday because of fraud at tho polls.
Miss Ellis Meridlth, who made the
first answer to tho question, said the
fraudulent vote on this occasion was
confined to certain Denver preclncta
She exonerated the women voters from
Bad debts recorded with us are saved.
The records won't come off till they pay.
Merchants' Protective association,
scientific collectors of bad debts. Top
floor Commercial block. Francis 'G.
Luke, General Manager.
"Some people don't like us."
M0TER VEHICLE CONCERN
IN FINANCIAL TR0UBLE
Receiver Appointed for Big Company
Assots S100,000; Liabili
ties Over S200,O0O.
CHICAGO, Feb. 1G. Tho Chicago Motor
Vehlclo company was placed in tho hands
of a receiver today on application of
stockholders of tho company who claimed
thoy would be defrauded If an anticipated
schemo to divert the assets of tho com
pany should bo carried out,
Tho Chicago Motor Vehicle company Is
capitalised at $1,000,000, and for four years,
has operated a large plant at Harvey, 111,
The company was organized by a number
of Michigan capitalists, chief among thou
being several prominent members of the
colony of Seventh Day Advcntlsta of Bat
tle Creek. Heavy losses are alleged to ac
company tho present operation of the
plant nt Harvey, and It In said th company
has assots worth less than J110.000 and
debts of SM0.0OO,
For Over Fifty Tears.
An old and well-tried remedy. Mrs.
Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children whllo teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
tho child, 8often9 the gums, allnys all
pain, cures wind colic and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Sold by drug
gists ln every part of the world. Be
sure and ask for Mrs. Wlnslow's Sooth
When thc Century Owl has laid Its
eggs and their young shall havo died
of old age, It will still be on our "records,
If ho don't pay. Merchants' Protective
association, scientific collectors of bad
debts. Top floor Commercial block.
Francis G. Luke, General Manager.
"Some people don't like us."
'THE WINTER SPRAYING.
Editor Tribune: As you have already
stated my position In regard to spray
ing, I will only repeat that our friend,
The Inter-Mountain Farmer, is voicing
the feeling of thc frult-ralsors when It
says that no two or three sprayings
will nave the apple crop in Salt Lake
In Cache, Morgan and Summit coun
ties It Is different, as much less spray
ing will do. Thc codlln -moth doesn't
wake up there beforo fourteen days af
ter ours have been awake and full of
business, and sometimes three weeks
after. The moth Is also a lazy fellow In
these upper valleys; he retires from
business fourteen days, sometimes throe
weeks, before ours get tired. So you see
his season of activity Is very much lm
Ucd. Consequently two or three sprays
may do fairly well-
But for Salt Lake and Tooele valleys,
we must have one winter spray of fine
.sUIphur and salt, and at leastfive ar
senical sprays (either arsenic or paris
green) through the summer. If of
paris green, Instead of the regulation,
one pound to 150 gallons; if not posi
tively sure It will stand the test of 5S
per cent arsenic it Is preferable to use
a pound of paris green to 100 gallons of
water, with not less than four pounds
lime, because much paris green falls
down to 40 or -11 per cent; ln fact, Is
badly adulterated. So you see It is
necessary to either use moro paris green
or less water, so It will come up to the
But the white arsenic and sal soda
solution should be used on all large or
chards, but all the arsenical spraying
is lying twq months ahead of us now.
Let me say once more, the winter
spray and pruning is what we want to
talk and work at, at present. In a day
or two I will give you some more about
the winter spraj'.
WITNESSES IN DEWEY
TRIAL TELL OF THREATS
NORTON, Kan., Feb. 1G. The cross
examination of Mrs. Viola Berry was
continued today ln the trial of Chauncey
Dewey, William J. McBrlde and Clyde
Wilson, for tho murder of Burchard
The attorney for the defense endeav
ored to prove that the witness's late
husband, Alpheus. killed on the Berry
ranch, had served a sentence In Colo
rado jail for horse-stealing. Mrs.
Berry admitted that her husband had
gone to Colorado and that she had se
cured a divorce and remarried a second
James B. Breyhill testified that ln
January, 1003, William McBrlde had
said, after leaving a store ln which he
had met Beech and Burchard Berry:
"There are a couple of men I am going
to kill as soon as I get a chance."
When the Century Owl has laid its
eggs ahd their young shall have vdled
of old age. It will still be on our records,
If he don't pay Merchants' Protective
association, scientific collectors of bad
debts. Top floor Commercial block.
Francis G. Luke. General Manager.
"Some people don't like us."
FOR BEATING HIS CHILD
The charge of beating his five-year-old
son with a heavy club and kicking him
unmercifully Is mado against n. B. Van
sickle, living at Murray, who was arrest
ed yesterday. The man was arrested on
a complaint charging him' with assault
and battory. It was sworn to by Charley
Potts, who alleges that the father as
saulted his little son In a cruel and In
human manner. Vanelcklo was arrested
by City Marshall Mauss and arraigned
beforo Justice of the Peace McOmle. The
defendant entered a plea of not guilty and
his case was set for trial at C-30 o'clock
Record your bad debts with us. We
may collect It; If we don't It's on record
and It stays. Merchants' Protective
association, Scientific collectors of bad.
debts. Top floor Commercial Block.
Francis G. Luke, General Manager.
"Some people don't like us."
If delivery of thc Tribune Is Irregular
please make complaint to off.,,:e.l33 South
West Temple St.. or telephone SCO.
A man named Mutr of Murray was acci
dentally shot at an early hour yesterday
morning and was brought to St. Mark's
hospital for treatment Mulr was carry
ing a revolver in his hip pocket and In
some way It fell out and was discharged,
the ball entering Mulr's wrist and ranging
upward to a point Just above tho elbow.
Tho bullet was removed at the hospital
and the Injured man was reported to be
ln a very satisfactory condition last night.
McCoy's livery stable for carriages
and light livery. Telephone SI.
SOUTH AFRICAN SAVAGES
STILL DEALING DEATH
BERLIN, Feb. 1C A dispatch to tho
Lokal Anzelgcr from Okhandja, German
Southwest Africa, says thai In an outpost
skirmish near Seels, east of Windhoek,
February 11th, tho German column
marching to the relief of Windhoek lost
threo men killed und had two men
O uau 17 Q STL X .
Beara the The Kind You Have Always Bought
I-"MY HEAD ACHES"!
How many times havo you said
that? And still you go on think- K
Ing tho pain Is caused by some i
stomach disorder. Did you over
atop to consider that It might bo 3
the fault of your eyes? Come and f
have your eyes tested, and we bo- $
llovo that a pair of properly fitted
glasses will nelp you. Wo won't
sell you a pair If you don't nCod i
RUSUSIER'5 OPTICAL PARL035 j
73 W. 1st So. St. 5
Primary SnJondflry or TortJary Qlcod Poison
Ponnanontly Curod. Yon can bo treated at homo
nndor saiao jraivnir.ly. Capital SoM.OOO. Wo solicit
the moat obstlnato awes. Wobuvocnrod tho -worst
caias la 15 to 35 dnyo. If you liavo tnl:cn morenry,
lodldo potash and still havo oehoa and pslno. Aluous
Patchos In Month. Sore Throat. 1'implM. t-oppor-Colored
Spots. Ulcora on any part of tho body. Hair
or KyobroiTS fnlUne out, -wrlto for proofiiot cores.
Cook ISemedy Co
BloaiWITO TSKPLJL CMwro. I1L 1M-jj rk fnt,
Awful Suffering of a Boy
from an Itching
Not One Square Inch of Skin on
His Whole Body Was
" My llttlo son, a boy ot five, broke
out with an Itching rash. Three doc
tors prescribed for him, but he kept
getting worse until wc coold not dress
him any more. They Anally advised
me to try a certain medical college, but
its treatment did not do any good. At
the time I was Induced to try Cntlcura
Remedies he was so bad that I had to
cut his hair off and put the Cntlcura
Ointment on him on bandages, as It was
Impossible to tonch him with tho baro
hand. There was not' ono squaro Inch
of skin on his whole body that was not
affected. He was one mass of sores.
Thc bandages used to stick to his skin
nud ln removing them It used to take
the skin off with them, and tho screams
from the poor child were heart-breaking.
I began to think that he would
never get well, but after the second
application of Cntlcura Ointment I
began to sec signs of Improvement,
and with the third and fourth applica
tions the sores commenced to dry np.
Ills skin peeled off twenty times, but It
finally yielded to the treatment. I used
tho Cuticnra Kesolvcnt for his blood,
ond now I can Bay that ho la entirely
cored, and a stronger and healthier boy
you never saw than he Is to-dny."
4022 Center Ave., Chicago, 111., Dec.
No return In six years, Mr. "Wattara
writes, Feb. 23, 1003.
"Tour letter of the 21st ln regard to
thc case of my llttlo boy at hand. I am
truly thankful to say that tho cure
effected by the Cotlcnra Remedies has
been a moat thorough and successful
cure to date."
Mi throughout th vctU. Cnt'reari Bnolrtct.
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OS-dead fof "IXov to Curt Erry Humour,
The State Bank of Utah
Corner Main and South Templo Stg.,
Snlt Lake City.
JOSEPH F. SMITH. President.
WILLIAM B PRESTON. Ice-Prc3ldent
CHARLES S. BURTON. Cashier.
HENRY T. M'EWAN. Asst. Cashier.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited. Special attention to
country trade. Correspondence Invited.
J. E. Cosgrlff. Pres. E. "W. Wilson. Cashier.
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Bait Lake City. Utah.
Tho Oldest and Strongest Bank ln Utah.
Capital '. 1
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Transacts a, general banking business,
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Direct connections with banks ln all
principal cities of tho wiyld.
Drafts, ) On all
Letters of Credit. prominent
Telofirnphlc Transfers. ) cltlc3.
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H. L. MILLER. Cauhlor.
H. P. CLARK, Asst. Cashier.
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GEORGE RUST. General Manager,
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Office ln Progress bldff . Salt Lake City.
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SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
Established 1E59. Incorporated 1503.
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UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lako City. Utah.
Capital, S500,O00. Surplus, S25O,OO0
L. S. HILLS, MOSES THATCHER,
H. S. YOUNG, E. S. HILLS.
Cashier. AdbU Cashier.
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JAMES A. MURRAY. .. .Vice-President
W. F. ADAMS Cashier
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