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1 T TTTR SALT liAICE TEXBTINIE: TUESDAY MOKNXG, MARCH 22, 1904 ,11 H
B ! SATES.
III JfFiW OR 2ND-HAND, CA8H, TRAD 13
i5l ercrma. Sorensen-Stoutt Co., 42 E. 2nd 8.
II TO TRADE.
I LIGHT TEAM. HARNESS AND WAQ
I on for building lot. Address P. O. box
. MP- G1751
) PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
I fRB TOU SICK? CAN- NOBODY
rir9 you? Then try the Spirit physicians;
I tney heal through mo. Come and see me.
J Mrs. W. Heln. 35 V?. 5th So. sllOS
i WOMAN SPECIALIST FOR WOMEN,
ft" Lulu Brooks, M. D.. Constitution blk.
l) H. B. DAVIS. PLUMBING. HE ATTN G,
ewer work. Tel. 1371-Y. 128 E. 2nd So.
if! COLUMBIAN OPTICAL CO.. 250 MAIN.
If' . Wholesale and retail manuf. opticians.
fl" 'i BUSINESS CHANGES.
J' ' j DENTISTS.
iR'f'.B DR. A. SCOTT CHAPMAN, DENTIST,
LSI B6-6 Scott-Strovcll bids, 'Phone 185-1-Y.
WHERE TO STOP.
ROOMS AND BOARD $1 DAY UP:
weekly rates. 270 West So. Temple. T1015
LINCOLN HOUSE, 68 E, 1ST SOUTH.
( ffO rooms: rute3, 25 and 35 cents. sl318
I COMMISSION HOCUSES.
V UTAH POULTRY AND EGG CO,,
I Madquarters for fancy poultry. Wo buy
1 and aell at all tlmos, Fancy live and
I dreaded. Always reliable. Fancy ejrgs
I lor ecttlngr. Give un a call. Chaa. A. Hol
f btxe, Mffr., 106 W. lilt Bo. al719
!l SECRET SOCIETIES.
I a ARGENTA LODGE NO. 3. F.
r kJTdegTeo this (Tuesday) ovcnlnp at
' ' VS o'clock. Masons cordially Invited.
... M. C. PHILLIPS, Secrotary.
j a ARGENTASLODGE NO 3, F.
f J&,and A. M. At MaBonic hall first
i LC Tuesday of each month. Members
f of slater lodges and sojourning
f 'brethren Invited.
FRANK P. SHERWOOD, W. M.
MOSES C. PHILLIPS. Secretary.
WASATCH LODGE NO. IP. AND A.
M. Maaonlo hall, second Friday each
I month. Members of slater lodges and so
Journlng brether In good standing la
ta Mtd. A. BROWN, W. M.
fen, A. J. LOWE, Secretary'.
HI iM,T- MORI AH LODGE NO. 2, F. AND
itfT-A. M. Masonic hall, second Monday each
ti month. Members of sister lodges and so
,.y Journlng f.-ethren In good Btandlng In
r Vlted. JAMES H. BROWN, W. M.
tL W?rOPHER DH3HL, Secretary.
KAIAH TEMPLE, A. A. O. N. M.
nSlrd Wednesday of each aionth. Ma-
fonlo aJ1 at S D- m' A11 noblC3 30journ
I sr t-010 F JENNINGS, Potentate.
fgr . i , A. BROWN, Recorder.
y WOODMEN OF THE WORLD,
if I . II SHsreJamp
I j Iff Friday night at 8 o'clock ln Knights of
U ill ' 3 , Pythias hall, 261 Main street.
WM. F. LANGENBACKER, Consul
g L j T. E. NEW1LVN, Clerk.
1 ! WOODBINE CIRCLE NO. -11 MEETS
S "Vr I every Tuesday at L O. O. F. hall.
lLt ljr i ,' SILVER MAPLE CHICLE NO 103
frtft l rnoeta every Friday night at I. O. O. F.
C, I FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA.
K I every Monday at L O. O. F. temple,
f f. T. E. HARPER, F. M.
"j f i H. J. HESS, Sccrctarj-.
lH I . ' ' ODD FELLOWS,
iH ' "OQUIRRH BNCGhMENTNO 1
IBfl ' ' Second and fourth Tuesdays, S p. m. I. O.
KJi O. F. temple.
PV'i UTAH LODGE NO 1. EVERY
H ' I I Thursday, 8 p, m I. O. O F. temple.
Kji SALT LAICB NO. 2. EVERY FRIDAY.
&J 8 p m" at 3' ' F tcmp,-
J I JORDAN LODGE NO. 3. EVERY MON-
'St I day, 8 p. m., I. O. O. F. hall.
Hf I j f RIDGLEY LODGE NO. 9. EVERY
HHi Uw 1 Thursday, S p. m., I. O. O. F. temple.
mmJ fi n enterprise lodge no. 15. every
(f ' t Wednesday, 8 p. ra., I. O. O. F. temple.
jHj l'A FIDELITY LODGE NO. 17 I. O. O. F-,
V' moeta every Wednesday night at 8 o'clock,
B 2, t' L O. O. F. temple. ' Visitors welcome.
EH 5 E. B. HENDERSON, N. G.
jMI J J. a SMITH. Secretary,
iSBjf' yi REBEKAH NAOMI LODGE (D. OF
V R.) No. 1. Every second and fourth Sat-
H I undaj. 8 p. m I- O. O. F. temple.
IK MIRIAM LODGE CD. OF R.) NO. 5.
JM U I Every first and third Saturday, 8 p. m., I
Sa J O. O. F. temple. Robckahs Invited. ,
WM A KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. '
M i' MYRTLE LOiDENOL EVERY
I Tuesday. K. of P. hall, 201 Main street,
' rlli ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. S.
Nll Evorj" Tliursday evening. K. of P. halt.
J he,. CALANTHJD LODGE NO. 6. EVERY
tA iJ' ond;ty. K- ot P bal1'
4 mi LINCOLN LODGE NO, 23, K. OF P.,
'I 'Jm meets every Saturday evening, 8 o'clock,
fl 1 K' of P" lia11'
Ij KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES.
il CrrrTMsTLT LAICE TENT N0T2.
''mh Every ThuraUny, I. 0. O. F. hall. Visiting
' "J Knights Invited.
ladies of the maccabees.
Taltlake city hTvlTnoT
tkMJr meets every first and thlrtl Tucsdav, S p.
hyjB m., I. O. O. F, hall.
1 FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
M 1 SATTaIcEAeTue" NoTc7T3rE RY
T Friday. S p. m A. O. U. W. hall.
J FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD.
JH J SEGO LILY LODGE NO. 252. FIRST
lHHj. and third Tuesday, 8 p, m A. O. U. W,
Jjf$ 1 jl ROYAL ARCANUM. "
If A blT"oOUr7clL?l
ti rAi i Thursdays, Auoruach building,
'' .T H. A. JOPLIN. Reg.
I " ?1 i E. L. JONES, Sec.
P fil DANISH BROTHERHOOD OF
I JiXabTlodge n'oTsTvriiyst
SECOND-HAND MINE AND MILL
machinery motors, plp and rail of all
Blzoa. M. Swem. f& So. 3rd W. t2)5.
"BET. P. O. AND WALKER'S STORE,
R. G. W. ticket to Los Angolca and re
turn, signed Mrs. T. A. Varden. Return
to JR. G. W. ticket office. Suitable re
GOLD RIM GLASSES BETWEEN ST.
Mary's cathedral and H Bt. Return to B.
& O. offlco and receive reward.
POCKETBOOK CONTAINING K BILL
and promissory note: First Nnt'l. Bank of
Caldwell. Idaho, fltimped on Inside. Re
turn lo 146 Social Hall avo. Roward. slM
ON WED. NIGHT. A BLACK HAND-"
bag with monfiy and papors. Return to
635 B. 1st So. and receive reward. el563
NEW OR 2ND-HAND, CASH, TRADE
or terms. Sorensen-Stoutt Co., 4S E, 2nd
MRS. C. M. TRIPP. MASSAGE AND
magnetic treatment. 3&S S. W. Temple.
Nature's Pure and Unadul-
terated Beverage-Tree Tea
j Health and Sunshine O'er
! IMPORTED BY i
A 5AN FRAN CISCO I A
TALKS FOR THE UNION
An address full of good common sonso
and business Intelligence was delivered i
at Federation hall lost night by Frank 1
Buchanan, International president of the
Structural Iron and Brldgoworkers' union,
who Is making a tour of tho West with
his wlfo and daughter. Ho declared that
It Is tho duty of labor representatives to
bring about deslrablo conditions for tho
men without Involving them ln strikes,
and that tho men who nro getting results
without troublo are tho great men ln the
labor movement today.
Speaklmr of tho caso of Samuel Parks,
tho walkfng delegate of the union who
was sentenced to Sing Sing for extortion,
President Buchanan said that It was not
good to glvo any ono Individual too much
powor In an organization and that Parks's
methods were to be deplored, and yet tho
enemies of organized labor had exag-
orated the lmportanco of tho case ln or
cr to create a projudlco against union
organizers. Thero Is less dishonesty, ho
assorted, In labor unions than In most
other business organizations.
The speaker staled that paid spies were
put Into labor unions nnd leaders hired
to mislead their constituents by employ
ers simply as a business proposition. If
HAS A PROBLEM
Dr. C. F. Wilcox, tho now Health Com
missioner, Is already up against a di
lemma. Ho has been called upon by Su
perintendent Chrlstenson of the public
schools to do a little explaining. The Su
perintendent Is after the doctor for an
Interpretation of the Board of Health
rulo ln relation to whooping cough.
Owing to the present epidemic of the
disease among tho smaller school chil
dren, tho lower grades aro bolng deci
mated. Tho present rulo of the Health offlco re
quires that all children, Irrespective of
age, bo prohibited from attending Bchool
while thero Is a case of tho disease ln the
housn In which they aro living. This rule,
tho Superintendent says, If enforced
would practically break up tho high
rchool. about hnlf of tho pupllH being
barred from ntlondance, Tho rogulntlon
Is believed to bo opprosalvo ln not desig
nating an ago limit, as It Is said that
oldnr children nro not subject lo tho
malady. The Superintendent called upon
tho Health Commissioner yestorday and
a mooting ha3 been arranged for between
tho school ofrtclals and the mombers of
tho Board ol Iluolth.
00M PAUL FALLS
HEIR TO A FORTUNE
4- PARIS, March 21. Paul Krugor.
-f- ,who lo residing at. Mentone, ha3
4- Inherited a small fortune left to 4-'
-- hlnf by Charles CluiboBsean, a
" school teacher of St. Bazolllo and -i-
. an ardent admirer of tho Boors,
the wages of the 10.000 - wage-earners ln
the" United States could bo reduced 50
ccnt9 per day the employers could make
?S00.0(O,000 more per year, and for that
reason were willing to spend more freely
to break un tho unions.
Ho advised laboring' men to opposo their
enemies ln politics and to reward their
friends. Ho hopes to see the day whon
men will vote for men ln tho Legislatures
and Judges ln the courts who will regard
their Interests. If labor know how to uso
Its power, he said, It would get all Its
demands without a strike. The freedom
of disorganized workers Is freedom to
work for starvation wages and freedom
to submit to any conditions which the
employers may Impose. Tho lawyers be
long to a union which they call the bar,
and It Is a closed shop; tho mlnlstors be
long to a union which they call a confer
ence, and that la a closed shop, too.
Mr. Buchanan said ho could not under
stand why business men would go Into
the Citizens' Alliance movement when
their prosperity depended so largely on
the purchasing power of tho wagc-earn-ora
that any reduction of wages wa3 to
the detriment of tho dealer.
Short talks wcro made by ex-President
Walton and Secretary Lavary of tho
union. President Buchanan leaves for
FIRED FROM HOSPITAL,
NEGRO QUICKLY DIES
Allen Miller, colored, died tn tho city jail
last night under rather unusual circum
stances, presumably from blood poisoning.
Mlllor, who was serving a thirty days'
sentonco for vagrancy, was lost Thursday
sent to Holy Cross hospital, apparently
very 111, At tho jail It was said that word
was received from tho hospital yestorday
nitornoon that tho man was shamming
and the hospital attendants could do noth
ing with htm. He was taken back to the
Jail and Dr. C. F. Wilcox was callod. The
doctor prescribed for him, but did not con
sider him seriously 111, but tho negro died.
Tho jail register shows that Miller was
Miller was 26 years old and. It Is believed,
has no relatives here. He had been em
ployed as an express driver.
JACKSON TURNED DOWN
FOR THE FIFTH TIME
Tho City Council lost night created the
offlce of clerk to tho Mayor, ln accord
ance with Mayor Morris's request and
the recommendation of tho Flnanco com
mittee. For the fifth time tho appoint
ment of C. M, Jackson as clerk of tho .
Board of Health was turned down and
tho namo of Maxwojl R. Brothers is now
before tho Sanitary committee.
Councilman Wood moved the adoption
of tho report providing for the Mayor
clerk, and Black took occasion to refer to
tho matter as a grafting proposition. He
callod attention to tho communication
from tho Mayor early ln January which
opposed any unnecessary expenditure oX
the city's funds, and said: "This needless
expense of $75 per month looks more llko
a grafting than a business proposition."
The member from the Fifth availed
himself of his opportunity on the floor to
refer to Ncuhausen and Prceco for their
action on Wednesday night, as two Judas
Iscarlots, and said that the real Judas
was a gentleman ln comparison, ns he
had sense enough to go and hang himself
after It was over. Tho vote stood 3 to 3,
Black. Hobday and Martin opposing the
measure, and Wells and Tuddenharu ab-sent-
A special session of tho Council was
called for Wednesday ovonlng to consider
tho city payrolls and an ordinance by
Fornatrom providing for tho employment
of assistants and deputies In the various
departments, An opinion from City At
torney Dcy on Councilman Black's reso
lution, covering tho sumo ground as Forn
strom's ordinance, which holds that an
offlco cannot bo created by resolution,
was referred to tho special session.
The ordinance providing for the hiring
of an extra mounted officer, two detec
tives and two patrolmen, by tho Chief of
Police, was passed unanimously. An
ordlnanco to license real estate agents
was referred to the Municipal Laws com
mittee. Councilman Martin got busy and se
cured the appropriation of $100 with which
to employ an engineer to tost the voltage
of tho currents and the meters of the
Utah Light and Railway company. He
also presonted a resolution, which was
adopted, providing that tho city borrow
thirty Krng-Jorgenson rllies from Gov.
Wells for tho pollpe department. The
same Councilman Introduced a resolution
extending the appreciation of tho city to
James Devlnc for his cfflclont servlco
while Chief of the fire department. Fern
strom was tho only dissenting voter on
A resolution by Black, providing that
the Mayor furnish tho Council Informa
tion no In M.n nnn.Ml..r. L..,. I .1, .1...
and tho ordlnanco under which they aro
permitted lo operate, was referred to the
Police and Prison committee. Tho Presi
dent of the Council is the author of a
resolution providing that the Superintend
ent of Streets furnish an cstlmato of the
cost of building a road of slog, to be cov
ered .with sand, from Fourth South to
Tenth South, on State street. Tudden
hanVs resolution, providing for tho ex
penditure of $5000 ln Improvement of tho
crosswalks ln tho city, was laid over for
Tho Council turned down the claim of
Fred T. Kegler for $16.00 for getting out
tho report of tho Board of Publlo Works.
On the recommendation of Chief of Po
lice Lynch, the Council refused to grant
tho applications of James Carroll. 40 East
Second South, and Plcscla Marcono, IS
West Third South, for renewel of liquor
licenses. The residents of the southwest
ern portion of the city, submitted a peti
tion slating that tho wet and muddy con
dition of tho streets was the source of
sickness and Inconvenience, and asking
that they bo drained. The petition was
LIFE OF WOMAN
IS THE STAKE
Second Trial of Cordelia Uotkin, Ac
cused, of Murder by Means of
poisoned Candy, Opens.
; SAN FRANCISCO, March 21, The
second trial of Mrs. Cordelia Botkin.
charged with the murder of Mrs. John
P. Dunning" at Dover, Del., in August, '
1S9S, by means of poisoned candy, waa
resumed in Judge Cook's department of
the Superior court at 10:15 this morn
ing. At the request of the defense, all
witnesses "were excluded from the
courtroom. Judge Cook also ordered
from the room all children and minors,
of whom a number were present, ac
companied by women. Judge Cook de
clared It "was no place for children.
District Attorney Byington, ln his
opening statement to the jury, said that
among the facts that would be proved
by tho prosecution were: The meeting
of John P. Dunning, the husband of the
murdered woman, and the defendant
in Golden Gate park; tho Infatuation of
Mrs. Botkin for Dunning; tho subse
quent Intimate relationship between tho
two that began almost with the first
day of' their meeting, extended over
several years and became even closer
when Dunnlng's wife departed for the
East on a visit in 1897, and Dunning, at
the defendant's solicitation, went to live
with her, continuing this relationship
until the spring of 1S38.
DUNNING CALLED EAST.
Dunning was then called East to go
to Cuba as war correspondent, contin
ued the attorney, and the defendant
pleaded with him not to go; that Dun
ning told her ho would return to his
family and make amends for the past
by leading a better life; the death of
Mrs. Dunning at Dover, Del., In Au
gust, 189S, from arsenical poisoning,
four days after partaking of some can
dy received through the malls; the
death of Mrs. Deane and the illness of
other members of the family who ate
the candy; that tho address on the box
of candy was In the handwriting; of
Mrs. Botkin; that the box also con
tained a handkerchief which the prose
cution would prove had been purchased
at a dry goods store ln this city about
June 1st of the same year; that the
candy was purchased from George
Haas & Co., in San Francisco, by a
person answering the description of
Mrs. Botkin; that the defendant pur
chased large quantities of nrsenlc ln
two different drug stores ln this city,
and asked of several physicians the ef
fect of arsenic on the human system;
that the candy eaten by Mrs. Dunning
was made by George Haas & Co. of San
Francisco; that the seal of this firm,
pasted on the box, was subsequently
found in Mrs. Botkin's room at the
A NEW WITNESS.
A now witness ln the case. Miss
Elizabeth L. Kemp, who was a clerk in
the postofflce at Dover at tho time, was
the first witness called. She testified in
place of Postmaster Gooden, who gave
his testimony at tho first" trial. Miss
Kemp testified to taking the package
addressed to Mrs. Dunning from the
mall pouch and calling Postmaster
Gooden's attention to It. She described
the package, Its dimensions and identi
fied the wrapper, which was one of the
exhibits ln court.
She proved a good witness for the
prosecution, and the only weakness
brought out by the rigid cross-examination
of George A. Knight, attorney
for the defense, was her admission that
the testimony of Postmaster Gooden
had been given her to read on her way
from the East. Knight could not shake
her testimony ns to the wrapper around
the package, nor get her to admit that
sho was to be pecuniarily compenEated
for her trip West, beyond her legiti
mate expenses and so much per diem.
It was this question, of how much she
was to rerelve per diem that cauo-vl
several tilts between the attorneys,
Miss Kemp declaring that she had no
understanding with the prosecution as
to how much she was to receive.
Other witnesses testified to facts
along the linos as set forth ln the prose
cuting attorney's statement,
The case will occupy several weeks.
LOVE FOUND A WAY
FOR ANOTHER COUPLE:
The courso of true love did not run
smoothly for Arthur Anderson and Amelia
Randall, who wero chastised by Miss
Randall's motlior when they wcra found
together ln a room Saturday night. But
love will find a way. and the younc peo
ple followed the way to the County
Clork'o office. A license was refusod be
cause the girl was only 16 years of age.
Sorgt. Hempel was aopoaled to and
played the part of Cupid by appealing to
the girl's father for his consent. This
was given and tho old gentleman also
threw ln his blessing. Not to bo outdone
ln generosity, Sergt. Hempcl officiated aa
bridesmaid at the wedding, which was
solemnized by Deputy Clerk David Smith
at the olty. and county building yesterday
Th&re no Substitute fB
iti&ss Matter of Kssstltfc '
Tho Kind You Ilavo Always Bought has borne tho siffiia
turo of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no one
to deceive you in thig. Counterfeits, Imitations and
Just-as-sTOod" are but Experiments, and endanger the
licalth of Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR! A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare-'
goric, Drops and Soothing- Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other NTarcotic
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms
and allays Ecvcriahness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
The Kind You Haie Always BougM
In Use For Over 30 Years.
. THE CCNTAUn COMPANY, TT MURRAY OTnCCT. NEW YORK CITY.
j:-)il6 Main St. j
t Some of the Nobbiest . I
:: Things in j
!: That will be seen this season
:: came in yesterday They " are
I from one of New York's high- i
i class makers and they show it
t There are in our basement over i
60 dozen j
! for children that will be run off
I at 25c to $1.5Q each
I Ask for them. i
i We sell flowers by the bunch I
I or by the box '
I Are offering the newest in f
We carry only the higher grades of ribbons. t
You can buy them of us by the bolt, box or f
t We have most all of the new patterns in
Laces for millinery purposes.
egos 1 1 " ' ' ' ' ' ' "
I There's food and drink ln Pabst Blue Hibbon Beor. ,
It makes that rich, red Wood you ned to put in, your
checks; and gives you on appetite. I
BZEGEH & LINE-LEY, j
, "Tho "Whiskey Merchants."
DR. C. WT HIGGIN5 H
JJm dm of tha very intent jt-'Stay ?u&
Electrical Machines in hit) office.
Elootrlo Baths and nil of tho vory latest
treatments sivon, ln the most soieatlflo
Microscopic Medical Institute' H
& W. Higfjlng, m. D., KTgT. end Prop.
ST. ELMO HOTEL,
Pirae? JKatn. and Third Beui .
!& practiced ln Salt L?.ko City for tfiren
y-flvo years, and the wonderful and well
established ourea he has effected ln that
time prove the scientific principles on
which his medicines are compounded.
Forming diagnosis by tho aid of the ml
croscopo enables him to detect the prU
tnary causa of diseases and effect a
radical cure. Tho dootor has cured thou
eanda of ca8?s of IH
Nervous Dobllity, Mental and Physl
col Weakness and Nervous
And Trill forfeit 1 000 for any case tateert
under hlo trcatmont which he f&Ud to
Ail classes of private diseases cmxS and
all old, lingering .diocasoa, which vitlata
the blood and impair the system, thor
uphly and permanently cured Hvot and
kidney comdilnt cured. Alt clfloaes of
fits oured. 'Tapeworm removed with head
r' no pay. Ofneo hours, 10 to 3:30 and 7 ta '
yiemro o for a list of Questions to 1
; Xh C. W. Hlffsins. Salt Lake City, Utah, j
Forget i I
S3 Most always what
a piecs of jawelry
! costs but you re- 1
member whether it
is good or not.
The goods W3 j
hV2 sold mads our f
I GLASSES TO I H
I FIT TH EYES '1
I Arc not obtained by chance. A pnlr u H
purchaneu from a street vendor or m H
a salesman In a store will novcr fit K H
voursitit. and aro liable to cause w B
considerable trouble. If you will V
call on Ru&hmer and have your ft
eyes scientifically examined for a H
pair of glasses, you aro suro to be f! H
properly fitted. jH
7S West First South St.
H Located ln Heart of tho Business JS ,
R ana Theater District). Rj
p Mew Wilson 1 H
EUROPEAN HOTEL. S ,
r5 ejlUT laAKB city. ftj
W Rates: n00 to $3.00 per day. V
c Popular Priced Ileataurant. H
u Roomn. wUh Telephone, Hot x B
0 pnd Cold Runnuin: Water. Sixty ft
R Private Hatha, J3 jH
I PORTLAND CEMENT, !
Burton Coal & LuraberCo. I H
Yard and office, SC3 W. 3J"lfth South.
Up-tnwn oltlC';, 66 W. Second South. H
Telephone SOS. , H
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Annie B. Slurry. Si
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S03 Aucrbach Building. EH
Office Tel. 112i-r. Res. 10S0-T. j IH
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ffl 1 1 8 V B b' weak, no matter IH
1 y I yj r k from what cnuoe; undo- r IH
tM--JL?., veloped: have stricture, n ll
ff .HFtCT.-.CRfi varicocele, etc., My f
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developed 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Bend for IH
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