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iWi The Salt Lake trebuxe: Tuesday" Moitntntg-, March 22, 19'4. 3
1 TO SUE GSTY OF
m weiser for balance
I Contractor for City Water and light
tffl Plant Claims That the Munici
pality Owes Him. Money.
B Special to The Tribune.
111 BOISE, Ida., March 21. Col. W. F.
A . Butcher of Baker City Is In the city.
m m jfi IIe 18 crc to commcnco su't ln the Fcd-
H y y4 eral court against the city of "Wclser for
H j, a balance claimed to bo duo him and his
Wlj i .associates for tbo construction of tho
Wf water and electric light plant now in op-
wf . oration In that city. Col. Butcher says
1J1 the balanco amounts to about S7500, and
W ho wanta thn money or satisfactory ar-
lg i. rangements for paymont.
fji S The "Welser city authorities claim somo
jlj 2 damages and offsets, and the matter will
ffl have to be determined by the Federal
.W sm, court. It was a dispute respecting this
Wi contract that led to the shooting of Con-
A ij tractor Whlto by Col. Butcher, his part-
jjjff ner. which occurred somo weeks., ago.
I WILL CONTEST SETTLED
OUT OF COURTROOM
Special to Tho Tribune.
POCATELLO, Ida., March 21. Tho con
j tc3t Instituted by V A. McManamy and
Mrs. Charles Hlckey, to break tho will of
their lather, the late W. J. McManamy,
was settled out of court today.
A groat amount of evidence had been
heard In the probate court, and arguments
of counsel were to have been mado today.
This morning the attorneys for the widow
mado an offer of compromise, which was
accepted by the contestants.
In addition to retaining tho interests
willed to them, each of the contestants Is
to receive 51000.
Mrs. Hlckey Is also to receive In addition
a valuable diamond ring which belonged
t to her father, and tho son Is to receive his
D father's gold watch. The widow In to pay
0 Ml costs that havo accrued since tho suit
1 vtis Instituted.
H- L CHILD BROWNED IN
Lj AN IRRIGATING DITCH
IMj' LJ Special to The Tribune.
Py p WEISER, Ida., March 21. Llzzlo Fine,
v A the three-year-old daughter of well-known
U residents of Welser, was drown In tho Jcf-
! I froys Irrigation ditch Sunday evening. The
jfj II Fine home la within twenty-live t'ect of the
HW (j ditch, which carries about fou" feet of wa-
BtW 1 tcr and runs like a mill race.
"jj H The last seen of the child she was play-
Kr (n 1 ing on the bank of the ditch. As-soon as
K- j fl snc was IIllssccl a search was Instituted
K;1J; and the body was found lodged In a bunch
Hj V' of driftwood near where the ditch empties
'f fu Into Monroe creek.
I' A feL r0 DEVELOP MINE ON
rf,j( . AN EXTENSIVE SCALE
jl'lfb pedal to The Tribune.
iJ fa REISER. Ida., March 21 Charles F.
H 0 . :acey. superintendent of the Iron Springs
H H "Jnlng company, who has Just returned
H h bm an extended trip to the East, left
HI 1 fr tho company's camp In tho Rapid
MM V Ivcr district thlc morning, taking with
1 I lm about twenty men who will be put
Jfffi I t( work In tho mines and sawmill and
HHVJil 1 o;n.vallng for tho big milling plant which
HBl J tl company is to Install this summer.
WflU ' Is the Intention to Install a cyanldo
Msfl ot -'w tons capacity and havo It
TiIm i? L nIeratIon next winter.
K ijM r- Macey states that he expects to
If) Vrfflri p" Sl-VJotfaevcnty-nvo or 100 men working at
I'i lC" -th2amp within tho next ninety days.
) 'Bp IISlECO RAILROAD SUFFERS
jrj.i VM 1 HEAVILY FROM FLOOD
"I ff l 'kW Srclal to The Tribune
'311 if-1 "EISER. Ida.. March 21 The heavy
flp j i k rmstorm last Saturday ovenlng in this
' til f arllon caused the streams In this section
F' . if rise and overflow their bonk3.
"If I 'nc Pacific & Idaho Northern railroad
' t s again a sufTcrer irom the elements.
ft jT I f Hldge No. 9. about six miles from town,
t j I. -jvs damaged by having three piles
JjjjT J -vshcd out and twenty feet of tho grude
'Wm . 'i " nshed away by the water.
IMP. I work train was sent out yesterday
hi a n the bridge put in condition to allow
r 0 tA pnssago of trains, so there was no
n Wi 'Uerrv tlon to traffic. Tho rain also
Sjll auecd some small landslides in Welser
!ri j BULLY'S OFFER TO SETTLE
' j REFUSED BY CREDITORS
j j. ' NEW YORK. Barch 21.-AJtcr confer-
I j rnces of creditors of the assigned firm of
, ' I Daniel J. Sully & Co. this afternoon and
, B evening, It was announced tonight that no
HftJlW definite settlement had been reached.
57 Mr. Sully mado a proposition to his
4 creditors to settle, contingent upon the
fr acceptance of which he offered to glvo
I'gL them their cholco of assignees, but this
faff proposal failed of approval, and another
H . meeting will bo held.
II Thip conferenco received an offer from
f. Jl Sully for a sottlement, tho terms being -10
I' per cent In cash on claims and 0) per cent
I fA notes covcri,'S two years
SI" Brighfs Disease and
I , Diabetes News.
M Pacific Const Biscuit Co.,
H ;n.'C. Pell, Manager.
fl; San Francisco, March 14, 1904.
To parcnty of children having Eright's
fllj I feel Impelled to write you my pcr-
Hl tor.al experience with this disease, the
tM gravity of which I feel strongly
fi.jJL, through the death of my father some
twenty years, ago from that trouble, and
j r-jBl the serious Illness of my son nearly two
TjMl years ago when he was pronounced by
ifli two physicians to have Brlght's Dls
ease in its worst form with recovery
ft 'HK Impossible. Ills whole body was swollen
fi j'-fll with dropsy, great dlfllculty In breath-
I lng and death at any moment would
M'i not have surprised us. Medical science
JJ 'T having- been exhausted we put hlsn on
LfM-jH the Fulton treatment for Brlght's Dla-
VRMAa case. In six months hla recovery was
complete. Physicians have live times
urfll fJce found him normal and without
LMT.JM n phyaical defecU Hearing that the uon
U ' S of a friend (an attorney) was dying of
4; Mjl Brlght's Disease I told him and at last
A ,fM reports the boy had recovered. Last
year a Mr. Bamch, representing a New
Bk, jl York firm doing business with us,
chocked us by his appearance. He said
AaVflfll It was Brlght's Disc-ase and feared It
H was his Inst trip to California. I told
BHI him, too, of my boy's caeo. Eight
SaVHj montlis later he called agnln. I hardly
BHPR knew him. He said he was nearly well.
" There are lives to be saved and It !a my
111 ' 1 duti as wtl1 118 pleasure to lay these
I V faolH before you, Tours, etc.,
I;u JI It. C. PELL.
II r a above refers to Ujo newly-dls-lv
t I cox'ered Fulton Compounds, the first
lr fil cures the world hnii ever seen for
It IvH Brlght's Disease and Diabetes. We are
m- the sole agents. Aek for pamphlet. P.
JLJM J. Hill Drug Co,
MTHIN THE DOMAIN OF UTAH
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NhW SCHiiOULc FUri
CITY BOWLING LEAGUE
Musicians Join Union Athletic Club
Organized School Case Boys
Out on Bail.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, March 21. A new schedule has
been made out for the city bowling league
Monday, March 21 Htsa vs. Morton.
Tuesday, March 22 Thomas vs. Shupc.
Wednesday, March 23 Brown vs. Morton.
Friday, Morch 25 Morton vs. Thomas.
Monday, March 2S Hess vs. Thomas.
Tuesday, March 23 Morton vs. Shupc.
Wednesday, Mnrrch 30 Shupe vs. Brown.
Friday, April 1 Hess vs. Brown.
Monday, April 4 Brown vs. Thomas. .
Tuesday, April 6 Hess vs. Shupe.
Wednesday, April C Morton vs. Hess.
Friday. April S Thomas vs. Shupo
Monday, April 11 Hess vs. Brown.
Tuesday, April 12 Morton vs. Thomas.
Wednesday, April 13 Shupe vs. Brown.
Friday. April 15 Thomas vs. Hess.
Monday. April IS Brown vs Morton.
Tuesday. April 19 Hess vs. Shupe.
Wednesday, April 20 Thomas vs. Brown.
Friday, April 22 Morton vs Shupe.
Monday, April 25 Hess vs. Morton.
Tu2sday, April 26 Thonas vs. Shupe.
Wednesday, April 27 Brown vs. Hess.
Friday, April 20 Morton vs. Tnomas.
Monday, May 2 Shupc vs. Brown.
Tuesday. May 3 Thomas vs. Hess.
Wednesday, May 4 Brown vs. Morton,
Friday, May C Hess vs, Shupc.
Monday. May 9 Thomas vs. Brown.
Tuesday, May 10 Morton vs. Shupc.
CABMEN SEEK TO
DOUBLE THEIB. HATES
OGDEN. March 21. Judge Maglnnls ap
peared before the Council In behalf of the
Hackdrivcrs association to havo the or
dinance amended increasing the rate from
25 cents to 50 cents per mile.
Tho City Treasurer reported the follow
ing delinquencies In special taxes: Pav
ing district No. 1. 52(5.39; same, first ex.
tension south, I33C2-.il; same; first exten
sion north, $502.70. district No. 2. J12S.S2,
paving and guttering wistrlct No. 1, $1195.37;
paving and guttering district No. 3, $1100.15.
The City Attorney reported a notlco for
the calling of a special election for the Is
suing of bonds for the construction of a
sewrr In district No. 9. It went to tho
Committee on Laws. The City Engineer
reported five ordinances for the 'arioua
paving and guttering districts to be
created. They were passed on first read
ing and went to tho Commlttoo on Laws.
POUND SAWS IN SHOES
WORN BY PRISONER.
OGDEN, March 21. Sheriff Bailey and
Chief of Police Browning returned today
from San Francisco with John Furey,
wanted In Ogden for various robberies
committed here last year. When Furcy
was taken to the county Jail Deputy Sher
iff Sebrlng had an extra suit of clothes
ready, and, compelling Furey to take off
everything he had on, ordered him to dress
in the other suit and locked 1i1t up In a
cell. Furey had been searched by tho San
Francisco officers, but Sebrlng found In
tho lining of Furoy'a shoes seven saws. In
one shoo one whole saw was concealed and
In the other six different pieces.
Sheriff Bailey also brought bade with
him Fred Rogers, who escaped from the
reform school. While Bailey was walking
down Market street he met P.ogcrs faco to
face and arrested him
FOSTER'S MILITARY BAND
MUSICIANS JOIN UNION
OGDEN, March 21. The musicians who
compose Foster's military band today
Jolnod the Musicians' union, and as a re
sult all troublo between the Central Trades
and Labor Assembly and the United
Brotherhood of Railway Employees has
been settled. Tho fact that scvoral mem
bers of Foster's band belonged to the U.
B. R. E. and at the came time affiliated
with an organization not a member of any
union caused tho trouble.
NEW ATHLETIC CLUB
ORGANIZED AT OGDEN
OGDEN, March 21. A now athletic club
has been organized here with Young Kid
McCoy as manacor. Tho clubrooms will
be at 330 Twenty-fourth street, and will bo
opened to the public on Thursday evening,
March 21th A flist-class gyjinaslum will
be put In, and each month a Bhow will bo !
given by tho pupils.
WARREN SCHOOL CASE
BEFORE JUDGE ROLAPP
OGDEN, March 21. Judgo Rolapp Is
hearing the cn30 of I. T Terry vs. Warren
school district, on an injunction brought
by Terry to prevent the trustees from let
ting the used of tho school building tor
ACCUSED BOYS OUT
ON $250 BAIL BOND
OGDEN. March 21. Frank Williams,
Will Stone and John Brlggs, tho threo boys
who are accused of having assaulted and
robbed a Chinaman a few nights ago, were
today arraigned before Judge Howell and
held to the District court, under $250 bonds,
which they furnished and were released.
FOR POLICE FORCE
OGDEN, March 21. Somo Important im
provements are to bo Instituted In tho po
lice department on April 1st. The eight
hour shift will bo Installed as follows:
From 7 a. m. to 3 p. in.; from 3 p. m. to U
p. m and from 11 p. 31. to 7 a. m. Two
sergeants of police will also bo appointed,
but It Is not known as yet who thoy will be.
Run. Over by Freight Cor.
OGDEN, March 21. R. Basonovltch, an
Austrian, probably was fatally hurt on tho
Lucln cut-off this evening by being run
over by a frclyht car.
To Inspect Opera-House.
OGDEN. March 22. Tho Board of Health
yesterday Instructed tho sanitary Inspec
tor to make an Investigation of the Grand
opcra-houeo and report to the Council.
Judgo Howell was til yesterday.
C. F. Underwood or Salt Lake 13 In Og
dcn on business.
George D. Pyper and wife woro In town
yesterday from Salt Lake.
C. R, Broughton of the Southern Pacific
ongli.-ocrlng corps Is In Ogden,
Tho local lodge of Eagles Is preparing
for an excursion to Bingham Canyon next
Young Kid McCoy has received a letter
in which Young Price declares that ho hud
BY MANHE KILLED
Witnesses in Murdor Trial Swear
Backman Began Row Which Re
sulted in His Death.
Special to Tho Tribune.
NEPHI, Utah. March 21. In the trial of
Charles Peterson for the murder of John
Backman, Attorney E. M. C. Stott of Eu
reka was called by the prosecution to
Identify the declaration mado by Backman.
The court admitted the statement taken
at St. Mark's hospital In Salt Lake on Jan
uary, 1st, which showed that tho deceased
wae 3hot by tho defendant on Christmas
morning, while Backman was going to his
home from Finn hall, and that the de
ceased said that ho did not know why the
defendant shot him.
DRUNK AT THE TIME.
On cross-examination Mr. Stott said that
tho deceased at the time of making tho
statement said that prior to the shooting
ho was so drunk that ho did not know
what occurred, but that the shots sobered
him up, and that ho then remembered that
he was going home, BackTion also had
said that he did not remembor anything
about the trouble at tho hall nor of tho
meeting of his associates previous to the
shooting, at which It was arranged that he
would go and begin troublo with the de
fendant. The witness said that he did not
ask the deceased If he attacked the de
fendant with a chair outside the hall or
whether he dropped tho chair at tho gate
when he was shot,
THREW A BOTTLE.
Charles Loefdahl admitted on cross-examination
that Just be fore the shooting the
deceased came Into the ballroom and at
tacked the defendant; that tho defendant
succeeded In getting away from him. and
as he was fleeing the deceased threw a bot
tle at him, which struck a young lady In
the faco, knocking her unconscious; that
a few minutes later tho defendant re
turned with a shotgun and said, when he
camo Into the room: "Where Is the devil?
I'll give It to him now."
ROW DURING THE DANCE.
Gus Snith testified that the defendant
was managing tho hall, and the trouble,
which resulted In the killing, arose during
Fred Sumdall testified that he heard the
shooting and ran to the hall Immediately
after, whore he saw tho defendant talk
ing to his wife; that upon Inquiry as to
the shooting, tho defendant said that he
did It, and asked: "Do you think that I am
going to let John Backman kill mo with
the chair you sec there?" The chair was
lying near the gate leading from tho Finn
hall and Insldo the lot. The prosecution
will close tomorrow.
TALK OF ANNEXING
Special to Tho Tribune.
PROVO, March 21. Consolidation of
Ecveral school districts occupied the at
tention of a special session of the County
Commissioners today, but resulted In no
Hon. Charles DeMoIsy of Salt Lake Is
doing business In Provo.
Attorney. Jake Evans has returned from
a business trip to the Stato capital.
Ed Casslty Is visiting In Salt Lake City.
Special Agent Smith and Billy Rldd of
the Denver & Rio Grande were transact
ing business in Provo today.
Llcenso to wed has been granted to D.
W. West, aged 2S, of Linden, and Elva V.
Adams, aged 21, of Pleasant Grove.
James Brown of Highland was In Provo
today attending the meeting of tho Coun
Twenty-five members of the local Elks'
lodgo went to Eureka this evening to nt
tend the minstrel show given there by
lodge No. 117 of tho Tlntlc district.
Charles Sunberg, master mechanic of
the Salt Lake &. Mercur Railway com
pany at Manning, was in Provo today on
Ross Hatton, who was arrested by the
Sheriff of Piute county, filed bond9 in the
sum of $500 In Justice Noon's court for his
appearance in Piute county, and wa3 re
leased. Sheriff Morrill returned homo to
day. Prof DuBoho. principal of tho Cedar
Fort schools, was a Provo visitor today.
no intention of calling off his fight with
McCoy and wants to renew negotiations.
Fred Parkinson and Alonzo Travis aro
down from Morgan.
District Attorney Frank Nebeker is in
town from Logan.
S. W. Bndcon will open a branch store
at Five Points April 1st
Mrs. Crispin and daughter of tho Salva
tion Army left yesterday for Evanston on
Vice-President Kruttschnltt of the South
ern Pacific was In Ogden a short time yes
terday, en route East.
F. P. Foster was yesterday granted a
dk'orco from Cordelia Foster, on tho
ground of cruelty.
The new Southern Paclllc shops arc now
In operation. Tho power was turned on
yesterday under the supervision of Mr.
A shipment of eighteen cars of fine cattle
was mado yesterday by Charles M Bla
son. Tho sleek was purchased from North
& Stono nt Evanston, Wyo., and is shipped
to San Francisco.
The young folks of the Fifth ward gave
a very attractive entertainment last night
entitled, "Cinderella In Flower Land.'1
The operetta was oxcollently rendered and
tho music was particularly fine.
NO DAMAGES IF INJURED
WHILE RIDING ON A PASS
United States Supreme Court Decides
Against Plaintiff in Suit Against
WASHINGTON, March 2L The United
States Supremo court today decided that
persons traveling on railroads may not
securo damages in caso of accident whon
thoy rldo on passes, and tho decision went
to tho extent of applying the principle to
such passongers as woro not familiar with
tho conlract usually printed on tho back
Tho case decided was that of John D.
Boorlng and his wife. Merlin Boerlng, vs.
tho Chesapeake Beach Kail rood company.
Mrs. Bocrllng was injured in an acci
dent on the road whllo traveling on a
pass issued to herself and her husband,
containing the usual stipulation of ex
emption from damage.
It was urged that she had not been
mado awaro of tho stipulation, and that
even If not llnblo on general principles
the company must bo so on account of
her Ignorance Tho court did not accept
HEARST'S BOSTON PAPER
MAKES ITS APPEARANCE
BOSTON, March 21. Tho first edition ot
.1 dally nowBpapor established by William
R. Hearst appoared In this city today un
der tho nanitj of "Hearst's Boston Ameri
can and New York Journal."
Today's edition comprised twenty-four
pages of advertising and reading matter
prcainted in a stylo similar to that of Mr.
Hearst's Now York pa;
1 TRIBUNE BUREAU,
3 Murray King, Correspondent, y
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VIEWING SITES FOR
NEW UNION HOSPITAL
Minola Suspends Work on Silver
King Contact Vein Republican
Special to Tho Tribune,
PARK CITY, March 21 Nelson hill, a
delightful spot, commanding a view of
the surrounding country, Is considered the
most desirable location for the new Union
hospital, by J. P. Langford, president of
the Miners' union, ar.d David Baxter,
members of the committee to raise tho
building fund. They visited the site to
day, which Mrs. Eliza Nelson has offered
10 donate for hospital purposes.
Tho ground is within 200 feet of.tho city
water mains and at a convenient dls
tanco from residences. Local physicians
figure the probable cost of the building
ot from ?5(jC0 to $7000. Architect Nou
hausen of Salt Lake will orrlve here to
morrow to present plans for the building
to the committee.
Mr. Langford said that nearly all of
the members of the Minors' union, with
a membership of about 1300. have sub
scribed for atock. Tho business men have
subscribed about J3000. and S30O0 more ha3
been collected and placed In tho bank.
Tho Minola, one of the prominent prop
erties here, which has been working on
the great Sliver King contact vein for
productive areas In the formation, has
been forced temporarily to suspend op
erations, on account of the stringency
In tho money market The Minola force
was paid off today and Foreman F. X.
Polller left for the capital.
Manager A, H. Mayne, who visited the
rroperly jestcrday and ordered the sus
pension, is not discouraged at the present
outlook. It Is promised that tho Minola
will start up again In the near future,
possibly within two months, on a more
rapid scalo than before. Among tho pro
posed improvements will be a complete
set of Burley machines.
The Minola suspends looking better on
the faces of Its most advanced drifts than
ovor before In its 1100 feet of sinking and
Tho Republican county convention, for
tho purpose of electing delegates to at
tend the State convention to be held In
Salt Lake City April Sth, will bo held In
Park City Thursday. March 31st, at the
city hall. Forty-six delegates will at
tend. Tho representation Is based upon
ono delegate for every' forty votes cast
for Congressman Howell In 1902. with
threo exceptions In favor of small out
lying precincts. In order to give every
precinct In the county representation.
The party leaders say tho delegation
will bo unpledged. Caucuses will bo held
In all 'the precincts of Park City Tues
day, March 29th.
Manager R. G. Wilson of tho New York
Bonanza, while on his return to Salt Lake
City last ovenlng. displayed somo well
mlnernllzed samples of quartz taken from
tho back lodge of the mine. Mr. Wilson
Intended having them tested for values
upon his arrival In Salt Lake. It Is not
generally known that the back ledge In
tho Now York, for which a drift was pro
jected southward some time ago, had
been reached. It was the opening of this
ledgo that let the recent Inflow of water
Into tho New York and necessitated the
Introduction of a pun.p. Mr. Wilson says
tho ledge was barely reached when tho
water drove the men out. eNlther the
extent, contents nor dip of the body Is ct
known. Tho pump Is pushed to Its full
capacity and Is gaining on the water
slowly. At tho timo of Mr. Wilson's de
parture It had been reduced several feet.
As soon as the mlno Is drained forces will
continue operations In the west drift,
where several ore chutes havo alrcadv
been cut, and In the back ledge, which
will bo thoroughly explored.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Olson, recently
married, left on tho outgoing train last
Bruno Frankel left lost evening for St,
Louis, where he expects to remain in
business until after tho exposition.
C. P. Brook was back In camp this
David Keith visited the Park today.
Robert MIddesin returned to town this
F. D. Blctsacker was back to tho Park
W. W. Armstrong visited Park today.
E. G. Hogg was among tho arrivals
from tho capital today.
J. C. Nelson was over from tho Ma
jestic this morning.
Wires are being put In and the new
Huntington Installed at the Ontario mill
today, In anticipation of a start of the
whole machinery of the plant tomrrow.
"Down By tho Sea" will be presented
Wednesday evening at tho Dewey
gpBotanicnl Plnnts &:'
Hold tho Secret ef Life aad Death.
Recent experiments conducted by most
eminent scientists, prove that light is n
great remedial ageut ; it is essentially
Nature's agent. It may be either sun
light or electric light, but it Ins a de
cided cfTcct in helping nature to banish
disease and restore health. Other scien
tific men have proved that oxygen elec
trifies the heart and can prolong life.
The people on this earth are susceptible
to some laws which govern plant life. A
plunt caunot be successfully grown In the
dark. A man is seldom healthy and strong
who Hvcs in the dark or in sunless rooms.
After all, Nature's ways are found to be
the best. Nature's remedies are always
best for eradicating disease, and by this we
mean a medicine made of roots and herbs.
They arc assimilated in the stomach and
taken up by the blood and arc, therefore,
the most potent means which can be cm
ployed for the regaining of lost health.
Dr. R. V. Pierce, consulting physician to
the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute,
at Ruffalo, N. Y., iu many years of exten
sive practice, found that he could pin his
faith to an alterative extract of certain
plants and roots for the cure of all blood
diseases. This he called Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery, Containing no
alcohol nor narcotics, entirely vegetable,
this "Discovery" makes rich red blood and
isa powerful tissue-buildcr. giving the tired
business man or woman Venewcd .strength
and health. Rapidly growing school-glrla
and boys often show impoverished blood
by the pimples or boils which apocar on
face or neck. To eradicate the poisons
from the blood, and feed the heart, lungs
and stomach on pure blood, nothing is
so good as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Don't allow the dealer to insult your in
tell gence by oCFeriujf his own blood rem
edy to you instead of this well -known
preparation of Dr. Picrcc'o. Ten chances
to one he will substitute a cheap compound
having a large percentage of alcohol in it.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets arc the best for the
bowels. Use them with the "Discovery."
Nature's Greatest Cure
For Men m& Wi
Swamp-Root Is ths Most Perfect Healer rrid Natural
Aid to the Kidneys, Liver and BiadJer
Swamp-Root SaYd My Lifs I
I received promptly the sample bottle of
your great kidney remedy. Swamp-Root
I had an awful pain in my back, over tho
kidneys, and had to urlnato from four to
soven times a night, often with smarting
and burning. Brick dust would settlo in
tho urine I lost twenty pounds In two
weeks, and thought I would soon dlo. I
look the first doso of your Swnmp-Root In
tho ovenlng nt bed time, and was very
much surprised; 1 had to urlnato but onco
that night, and the second night I did not
get up until morning. I have used threo
bottles of Swamp-Root, and today am as
well as ever.
I am a farmer, and nm working every
day, and weigh 190 pounds, tho same that I
weighed before I was taken sick.
Sec. F. A. & I. U. 501. T. S. APKBR.
April 9th. 1903. Marsh Hill, Pa.
There comes a time to both men and
women when slcknessvand poor health
bring anxiety and trouble hard to bear;
disappointment seems to follow every
effort of physicians In our behalf, and
remedies we try have little or no effect.
In many 3uch cases serious mistakes
arc made in doctoring, and not knowing
what the disease Is or what makes us
sick. Kind nature warns us by certain
symptoms which are unmistakable evi
dence of danger, such as too frequent
desire to urinate, scanty supply, scald
ing Irritation, pain or dull nche in the
back they tell us In silence that our
kidneys need doctoring. If neglected
now, the disease advances until the
face looks pale or sallow, puffy or dark
circles under the eyes, feet swell, and
sometimes the heart acts badly.
There Is comfort In knowing that Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kid
ney, liver and bladder remedy, fulfills
every wish In quickly relieving such
troubles. It corrects Inability to hold
urine and scalding pain In passing It,
and overcomes that unpleasant neces
sity of being compelled to get up many
times during the night to urinate. In
taking this wonderful new discovery,
Swamp-Root, you afford natural help j
to Nature, for Swamp-Root Is the most
perfect healer and gentle aid to the kid
neys that has ever been discovered.
Swanp'Root a Blcssin? to Woraia
My kidnoys and bladder gave mo great
troublo for over two months, and 1 suf-
fered untold misery. I became weak, ema
ciated and very much run down. I had
rreat difficulty In rotalnlng my urine, and
was obliged to pass water very often night
and day. After I had used a sample bottle
of Dr. ICllmor's Swamp-Root sent me on
my request I experienced relief, and im
mediately bought of my druggist two
large bottles and continued taking It regu
larly. I am pleased to say that Swamp
Root cured me ontlrely. I can now stand
on my feet all day without any bad symp
toms whatever. Swamp-Root has proved
a blessing ito me.
MRS. E AUSTIN.
19 Nassau St., Brooklyn. N. T.
To Prove What SWAMP-BOOT, the Great Kidney, Liver and Bladder
Remedy Will Do for YOTJ, Every Reader of The Salt Lake Daily Trib
une May Have a Sample Bottle FREE by Mail.
EDITORIAL NOTICE If you arc sick or "feel badly," write at once to Dr.
Kilmer : Co., Blnghamton, N. Y.. who will gladly send you by mall, Immedi
ately, without cost to you, a sample bottle of Swamp-Root, and a book telling
all about It, and containing many of the thousands upon thousands of testimo
nial letters received from men and women cured. In writing to Dr. Kilmer &.
Co., Binghamton, N Y., be sure to say that jou read this generous offer In the
Salt Lake Dally Tribune.
Swamp-Root Is pleasnnt to take, and you can purchase the regular fifty
cent and one-dollar size bottles at the drug stores everywhere. Don't mako
any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Root. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
and tho address, Blnghamton, N. Y., on every bottle.
B ..GARDNER DAILY STORE NEWS.. 1
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J Wo also euro Cntarrh and all Chrualu Vt7ty
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troublo Is. what cun bo dono for you, and what tho con of a cure Kill bo. WIIITK If you caunol e
call for their new nyraptom lUt and talus ndvantuca of tho iHEK EXAMINATION. Whelhor 5
you taLo truatmonl or not, the udvlco costs yon nothing. fi
Weak Ktflen Pay When Cored
If yoa Buffer from uny of the wcaknoisea or Wocurovou ilrsl and then aslc a KEASON- 1
dlaot caused by lauoranco, oxoesj or con- ABLIC KEC when you aro cured. You can du- J
tftulon VOU Allli TUB VEUY Ii:iWUi WE pond upon our word, thousands of pa loiuo j
WANT TO TALK Tu. havo Indorsed us. NOW WK WANT To CUHB
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no ha to provo our nklll In this class of trou- Poison, and all EAKNESBE3 of men. Cou- I
blws In another way. This Is our plani eultallon and d?lco free.
Odlco JUoiirn 5 a. m. to 6 p.m.; Koonings. 7 to S: Sunday and Uolldayi, 10 a. m. to 13. ;
jDRS, SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, 5ew-a?ga,'cS:uiah.
Boston Dental Parlors
Finest and best equipped office in the E IH
State, havlnc all the very latest lm- I
proved mcUiods for painless dentistry. H
Teeth extracted absolutely without
) pain by scientific methods used by us
TV-eth without plates $5.00 j
: Pull sot of teeth 5.00 !
j Gold crown, 22 k 5.00 I
Hold FIlllnKH $1.00 up
t Silver Fillings 50c up Si (
I All tvork done by operator of nxperl
f ence and ability and guaranteed first i
I class No charge for painless cxtrac
t tlon when teeth arc ordered. If your '
C old plate don't stick, you 'will appro-
elate ono that positively will. Lady '
t attendant. Hours S to S, Sunday 10
I to 2.
l Boston Dental Parlors H
j; 13! MATN STREET.
Kv) Rheumatism and wet weather H
flock together and there arc JG: H
OT'J) plenty of da-np days this spring, (w) H
1 An): people who have used It H
whether ono or two applications fig) H
of Dore's Electric Liniment will M
Ey lake the pain out of aching Qjn IH
Wj joints and limber them up. 2fv H
COc per bottle
m Druehl & FranKen, i
t DRUGGISTS, W IH
Southeast Corner Main and 'H
t Third South Streets, Salt fo lH
Lako City. IH
! liniment! I
FORE I il
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Because- We Make It So. t jH
l: Always Insist That Your Baking: fc
Powder Bears This t 1
Trade Marls'. R
I HEWLETT BROS. CO U
I .. Mandolins., i H
Brass Instruments, In fact every Q-
kind of small Instrument of only H
f the best and most reliable maken IH
are sold here. H
WE'RE THE LEADING PIANO ! IH
HOUSE IN THE STATE. n
Agents for the Chuse-Baker m
j Piano Player. 3 1
t Carsiensen & Anson Co. i
Temple of Music, ?
74 MAIN ST.
T Formerly Dnynes Music Co. ffj
( BEAUTY IS BUT '
SKIN DEEP. I 1
yi That is the reason why every" lady H
n should knrw about H
Ward's Massaga I '
It cleanses and beautifies tho ? .jf
ukln. cures and prevents wrinkles, jjr 1
blotches and redness. Contains M
nothing Injurious, and keeps In- t! H
i definitely. 25 and 50c Jars. t
1 W.H.DAYTON I I
I DRUG tOMPANYj H
Drunke nness Cured. ;fl
A poslllvo and permanent cure for llH
drunkenness and the opium diseases. 'iH
There la uo publicity, no sickness. Ladlns 'IjH
treated as piivatel as at their own homoa. iflJH
The Kealy Institute, 31 W. So. Temple, fH
Bait Lake City, Utah. Il