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' ThE-S-AIiT LAKE TRIBTXCOi: STXNDAT MOIgTPTCk MABCH 27, 1904;. , - 8 ' 9
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One of the largest audiences of the
year was present at the Ladles' Liter
ary club Friday afternoon to listen to
one of the most delightful programmes
In the hl3tory of the club. Much in
terest was aroused by the announce
1 ment that the two best stories in the
Bhort story contest were to be read. It
was not known who the writers of the
, v stories were, but the members were not
surprised when they learned that Mrs.
Morris L. Ritchie and Mro, F. C. Kel
sey were the successful competitors.
Mrs. Ritchie's- story, "The Third Bi
ennial," is produced In this Issue of
The Tribune, and will doubtless be
read with as great pleasure as it was
listened to on Friday. The story was
read by Mrs. C. E. Richards, whose
ability In this line is not surpassed by
anyone in the cits', and her interpre
tation of it added much to its charm.
"The Subjective Wooing" was the
subject of Mrs. Kclsey's story, which
was a peculiar one, dealing with the
mediumlstlc theory, with a love story
running through It The story was
greatly enjoyed by those who heard It.
But a treat was In store for the mem
'ber which had not been announced
an Informal talk by Professor S. H.
Clark on the duties of women along
educational and civic lines. Though
brief, the tall; was a very line one and
aroused the club members as has sel
dom been done to a realization of what
they may accomplish along the lines
set forth by the speaker.
A most delightful feature of the aft
ernoon was the music. Mr. Welhe
gave two splendid violin solos, the
Ml "Andante" and "Finale" by Mendcls-
Mj sohn, with Arthur Shepherd as accom-
panlst. Mr. Squires was accorded a
St hearty encore for his rendition of
5ji "Down In the Depths," in which his
'M voice was heard to advantage.
EJ A. communication was read from the
Bj ; Denver "Woman's club asking that the
y Ladies' Literary club tako some action
H toward endorsing the bill introduced
by Congressman Shafroth at the last
w session of Congress calling for a na-
1 tlonal society for the protection of chil-
r; dren and dumb animals, the board of
) . I' directors to be appointed by the Presl-
4 dent of the United States, with
WLm I branches In every Slate of the Union.
HI S A committee Including Mrs. C. E. Allen,
I I V arrs. Hugh Park and Mrs. W. R.
III Hutchinson was named.
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Wk At the meeting of the home and edu-
Wk I cation section of the Ladles' Literary
JHk V- club, to be held one week from tomor-
W'Jl row afternoon at the clubhouse, Capt:
HL! "Wood of the Salvation army Is to ad-
Qji V dress those present upon the ncwBboy
jflVM question and give his ideas of what he
fljBi V thinks can be done by the clubwomen
BHPl l of the city along the linos suggested by
HLJ R U Mayor Morris In his message to the
I ' City Council. All club members aro
HB- , 1 especially urged to attend this mcet-
rjb , Ing whether they bo members of the
'All home and education section or not.
iflkl The next regular meeting of the club
1L I PENALTY ON SCAFFOLD
ifffH UNION. Mo., March 2G. George Col
vJiflflK llnsu'the bank robber, was hanged In
JtmhBR thc Jal1 vard at 1:35 'c,oc
iJSKTl George Collins was hanged for par-
ticlpatlori in the killing of George J.
ffiffl hf' Schumacher, a St Louis detective, on
January 25. 1903. at thc homo of William,
UtfnBl " Rudolph, Colllns's partner, near Stan
iEllmii ton Mo, fllow'nS the robbery of the
Jjffl bank bf Union,
Mrs. Frank. C. Kelsey and Mrs. Morris L. Ritchie, the successful competitor in. Ladies' Literary club ft
$ short story contest Mrs. Ritchie's story appears on page 5, part 4, of this paper,
will be a "Day with Mendelssohn and
his Oratorios" and will be In chargo
of Mrs. Charles G. Plummer. Assist
ing In the programme will be such well
known artists as Mrs. Ellsworth Dag
gett, Miss Edna Dwyer, Miss Agatha
Berkhoel, Mr. Copley and Mr. Graham,
and a feast of good things in the way
of mnslc is looked for.
A short story by Mrs. Caroline Ab
bott Stanley, "Antonio's Last Estate,"
appears in the March Century. Mrs.
Stanley was formerly a member of the
Ladies' Literary club.
Members of the Shakespeare section
will continue the reading of the son
nets at the regular meeting on Wednes
day morning at 10 o'clock.
Next Friday afternoon the regular
meeting of the current events and cur
rent literature section of the Ladles'
Literary club will be held. Miss Paul
will review "Rebecca" and Miss Jessup
II !j LUCE IS AMBITIOUS
jj v TO KEEP WATER PURE
i ''i: 'ifeil
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1 Benjamin D. Luce. II
3 M M M M M H M 1 M M H M M M HhhHHrt
tffflj J Benjamin D. Luce, the new Land and j
VijMl I Water Commissioner, when asked what
EH a his policy would be while the Incum-
HW 1. bent of the ofllce to which he has been !
(pif -ri appointed by the Mayor, said yester-
I it '"Sfl day:
jjl "It will be my object to see that thcro
hl is a rigid enforcement of the ordinances
vl J hN In regard to the befouling of the city's
wJi l5 water sources. I consider this the most
W" Important duty of the Land and Water
l'i Commissioner, and any and all vlola-
rfiT 'I tlons of the city ordinances will bo
AiW' 1 vigorously prosecuted. It Is my lnten-
V)!$ tlon to Inaugurate a new system of
Mil X'A patrol of the canyons. Instead of de-
;n taking one man to patrol the entire
mill H length of Parloy's canyon, my plan Is
mmh U to divide the work by having one dep
uty patrol the upper half and another
KWW the lower half. The first deputy will
Ikm Hvo up In the canyon, up about half-
ifm'vVi wav; It will be his duty to make u trip
each day to the water sources in the
forenoon and down the canyon In the
afternoon. The other deputy will leave
the city each day and patrol up half
way, where he will meet the first man
and receive his report. The lower
patrolman will cross over the divide
and come back down Emigration can
yon. Later on I expect to establish a
telephone In the canyon. The third
deputy will patrol City Creek canyon.
"In regard to the exchange of the
canal water with the farmers for the
Parley's water, I will not Invite any
fight, but will rather try to conclllato
the farmers. I want them to have all
the water they are entitled to In their
contract with the city, but I shall also
insist upon the city's rights being sub
served. I will begin work at once on
the caual, cleaning and repairing It, so
that It will be In good shape for the
distribution of the waters when the Ir
rigation season openy."
FOR DISTRICT FORTY
School district No. -10 has bonded It
self for $13,000 for the purpose of build
ing a new schoolhouse on the Central
school site, and to put In steam heating
plants at the Waterloo and Central
school buildings. The district had been
previously bonded for $12,000, making
tho total indebtedness at the present
time amount to J25.000. Thc taxablo
property In the district last year waa
iN -miwivr--'k-'im "ii rwBTin if
will give a paper on the "Modern Note
The ladles of the home and education
section will give a rummage sale on
Dr. William Paden addressed the
members of the Woman's club and
their friends Tuesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Guthrie.
The address was on Japanese Char
acter and was a rare treat, not alono
for the valuable Information, but mado
especially Interesting by Dr. Paden's
quaint and delightful manner of ad
The Reviewers will meet on Monday
with Mrs. David Evans. The paper of
the afternoon will bo given by Mrs.
C. G. Plummer upon "Little Journeys
to the Homes of Eminent Women."
I The paper will be followed by tho an-
nual election of ofllcers.
All members aro requested to be pres
ent at the annual business meeting
of the Cleofan, to be hold Tuesday aft
ernoon, March 29th, at the home of
Mrs. Charles Wells, -J20 Second street.
Daughters of TJtah Pioneers.
At a meeting of the Daughters of
the Pioneers, held at the residence of
Mrs. A. E. Hyde, 40 West North Tem
ple street, Thursday afternoon, March
24th, 100-1, It was decided that the an
nual business meeting of the society
will be held on April 11, 1904, at 2 p.
m., at the residence of thc above
named lady. All officers and members
of the society are urged to be present.
Following tho business meeting a so
ciable will be held, at which an enter
taining programme will be rendered.
"LAST ROMP WITH THE TIGER."
EVANGELIST WILLIAMS WILL
LECTURE ON HIS PERSONAL
EXPERIENCES, IN THE WA
TERLOO M. E. CHURCH.
Rev. W. H. Williams of San Jose,
Cal. (The John B. Gough of the Amer
ican platform of today, as he Is often
called by the press) will deliver his
creat lecture, "The Last Romp With
the Tiger," at the Second M. E. church,
Waterloo, next Tuesday evening.
Mr. Williams Is a preacher and evan
gelist of irreat power and eloauence,
and has labored in many of the most
prominent churches and Y. M. C. A. as
sociations of the country, making an
abldlns Impression upon the commun
ity at large for good. The 'speaker ex
presses himself In convincing language
and handles his subject In a manner
calculated to make a deep impression.
Hl9 addresses can scarcely be excelled
anywhere, being apt In illustration and
with an experience that enables him to
reach men. I
The Fisherman's liiBtltuto of Glouces-
ter, Mass., says of him, that he took
the boys back, and twelve fishermen
had to take ship, and In thc after
meeting set sail for heaven.
Rev. George R. Stuart, co-laborer of
Sam Jones, says he Is a worthy man,
and any favors shown him will be of
service to tho Master.
The Rams' Horn of Chicago, speak
ing of his lecture says: "The Last
Romp With the Tiger" is great.
The San Francisco Examiner says he
Is a strong, realistic and convincing
"The Last Romp With the Tiger" is
a masterly address, clear and strong.
S. A. Steel, pastor Centenary M, E.
church South, Richmond, "Va.
The Indications are that the house
will be filled, and no doubt a great
treat Is In store for those who shall be
fortunate enough to hear him.
Green, Fancy, Imported, Telephones:
and Staple Groceries, , " No. 964
Fish, Cured Meats, No. 965
Poultry, Etc. No. 966
W. S. HENDERSON,
267-269-271 South Main St.,
SALT LAKE CITY, - - - - UTAH.
Wholesale. Wholesale Trade
Retail. . . , Especially Solicited.
I The Standard of purity in beer is Fabst. The kind I
the doctors order for the convalescents.
RIEGER & LINDLEY, I
"The Whiskey Merchants." 1
ONLY FOUR DAYS MORE IN WHICH TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF DBS. SHORES & SHORES' GRAND II
OFFER TO TREA.T ALL WHO APPLY DURING- MAROH, WITH ANY CATARRHAL CHRONIC DISEASES, j
FOR S3 MONTH, UNTIL CURED, ALL MEDICINES FREE. j
SUNDRY, MONDAY, TDESOHV, WEDNESDAY HND THURSDAY. I
Aro tho last days of this low rate Drs. Shores havo almost reached the limit they can. accept only 190 more
cases at this rate then it will be impossible to accept any other EXCEPT AT REGULAR RATES . Seo that H
YOU are among- tho number, don't wait don't waste another hour come or v.Tito to Dro. Shores at once, and I
secure treatment until cured for ?3 r. month all medicines FREE until cured for all Catarrhal Chxonio dis- ! H
cases REMEMBER these are the last four days of tho offer, remember only 180 mcro cases can bo accepted, ) H
and at the rate patients have applied during1 tho past week tho list will soon bo filled, ACT AT ONCE you H
will never again see such an offer from reputable Specialists Don't mis3 tho chonco to bs cured for 3 a ;
HERE'S THE STORY OF DRS. SHORES' SUCCESS IN A NUTSHELL: "I PAID ONE DOCTOR, WHO j
IS CONSIDERED A GREAT SPECIALIST IN SALT LAKI2 os5 FOR A MONTH'S TREATZtlENT. HE DID !
ME NO GOOD AT ALL I THEN CAME TO DRS. SHORES & SHORES, PAID THEM $3 AND AM A '' H
WELL MAN." ; "GUY TRASK." '
READ HIS STATEMENT THEN GO SEE HIM. , I
GUY TRASK, CG3 W. So. Temple, Salt Lake City.
OR FETID, BAD SMELLING CA
TARRH. Some Information Purely and
Simply for the benefit of Suffering-
Humanity Given by Drs.
Shores, the "People's Doctors."
Oreana is a form or stage of Ca
tarrh that for centuries has been
the subject of much dispute, and is
one of the moat dlfUcuIt conditions
to cure. In ancient times one un
fortunate enough to be a sufferer
from it was excluded from the priv
ileges of priesthood, and In more
modern days It has actually ben
ruled sufficient ground for divorce.
It Is known under a host of names,
such as dysodla, rhlnostenose, cory
sa foetlda, fetid catarrh, dry ca
tarrh, stlngnase, punalsle, rhlultls
atraphlco, rhinitis atrophica foetlde,
etc, but the most fitting of all ap
pellations Is perhaps thc ancient
one, ozeana, which, In Greek, signi
fies a stench, and applied, means
It occurs In oil diseases of tho
mucous membrane of the nose,
where there 1b an ulceration' and
catarrhal poison from neglect or
mistreatment, eats through tho mu
cous surface and causes death or
rotting away of the bone. It may
result, too, from single cold in tho
head by decomposition of the mu
cous discharges if proper care and
treatment Is not used to keep the
mucous lining of tho throat and
nose clean and healthy. While It
is not necessary that every case of
simple catarrh should result In this
horrible condition ozeana It Is an
absolute fact thut ozeana or "stink
ing catarrh" is always tho seauel
or legacy of neglected or. what
amounts to the same, badly treated
simple catarrh. Drs. Shores can
can cure you. If you will apply at
once you will get Drs Shores regu
lar J5 a month treatment for $3. This
is your opportunity.
$2 A MONTH
ALL MEDICINES FREE For All Catarrhal Diseases
Jp i to all who apply during- March Only. Call or Write. jy'L ,
DRS. SHORES & SHORES NOT ONLY CURE CATARRH, but they ' IH
CURE Stomach Troubles, Kidney Diseases, Bladder Troubles, Heart Dis
case, Piles, Fistula and Rectal Diseases, Diseases of Women and Children,
Skin Diseases, Deafness, Asthma, Bronchial and Lung- Troubles, Rhou-
matism, Hay Fever, Lost Manhood, Blood Diseases, and all forms of Ner- IH
' vous, Private and Chronic Diseases. fH
Weak Men Pay When Cured. I
Contracted Dis- What "Weakness" Isl Varicocele. IH
ordors- Absolutely pain- . IH
. Bo euro your cure and HOW We CUT6 It' less treatment thut '
fe WftaUenS q , ..w , ... Iq C U r C 3 H
has over had a re- So-called "Weakness" In men Is inVcstlcato our : IH
lnpBO after being -nercly a symptom of chronic method. It Is thc ' H
discharged an hiflcmraatlon In tho prostate only "fJl fBclS": MIH
cured, and wo euro , , . , . , title treatment for J
In Ices tlmo than e,an(J. brought on by early dlsslpa- thla disease being 6
I tho ordinary forma tlon or by tho Improper treatment employed. I jH
j of treatment ro- of some contracted disease. A com-
qu rc' ploto and radical euro Is, therefore H
a nup?t!o of restoring the prostate j
I ,Glan " Its normal state, and t- S p o r matorrhoea.
Specific Blood wc u' ",llEh P1"0111? aa c0, Stricture, Pllos.
Poison pletel ..ithout tho use of internal Skin and Kidney ; H
i-ois n. remedies. Our treatment la a local D 1 s o a s o s, Lost B
No dangerous rain- one entirely. It Is original and scl- Manhood, Hydro-
erals to drive tho cntlflc, and haB been proven abso- celc. Seminal "Weak- H
tSr 1 hut Ul harm" lutoly cffcUvo thouwinds ot n o s s, gonorrhoea, jH
less" blood cleansing tests. Wo are convinced that by .
remedies, thut ro- no other methods can full and per- cases we euro to
move the last pol- manent restoration of strength and stav cured. H
eon taint. , H
J Ivicor bo accomplished. B
We make a specialty of curing patients by mall. Wo have cured thou- il
sands who have never seen us personally. If you are afflicted and cannot JH
call, write us for advice and free symptom blanks and we will gladly ad- H
vise you regarding your case free of charge. H
Office Hours Week days, 9 a. in. to 5 p. m. Evenings. 7 to S p. m. Sun- H
days and holidays, 10 a, m. to 12 noon. H
DRS. SHORES & SHORES, H
Lyon Block, 56 W. and South, Salt Lake City.
Ofllco Hours Week days, 0 a. m. to 5 p. m. Evenings, 7 to S p. m. Sun- ' H
days nnd holidays. 10 a. m to 12 noon. jH
I Easter Showing j
1 "Youmans" 1Stgw York Hats, latest spring blocks. j
i E. & A. bats, soft or stiff shapes; every hat guaranteed, g
I $3.00. ft
Easter Neckwear, beautiful New Silks, Luminous, Irides-
cent from London; Charoet, Radiums from Paris, 50c to ?1.50. 8
g 0. S. & M. clothing, the best the world has produced, m
Prices, $10 to 30.
I Richardson Adams
I 172 Mam S treat
Mr. Trask says: "I am a Loco-;
motive Fireman on the O. S. X.
Railroad, and as such I am re- 11
quired to be In perfect physical ! j
" health, eo when I found I was suf-
ferlng Intensely from Catarrh I VM
went to a Salt Lake Doctor who
has thc reputation of being a Spc- '
clallst on Catarrh and Eye and Bar
diseases, and consulted him. My IH
head and noso was stopped up, I jH
had headaches over my eyes, con- i
tlnually, ringing in the. ears, and a
slight cough. This doctor charged
me $25 for a month's 'treatment and jH
did me absolutely no good. I then JH
went to Drs. Shores & Shores paid IH
them $3 for a month's treatment IH
(under their special offer), and be-
gon to get better Inside of a week. IH
I have Improved Gteadlly since, and IH
today tho HEAD NOISES ARE -GONE,
my "head is CLEAR, head-
aches gone, and I feel like a new JH
man, and I am glad to tell anyono IH
about the case, and save them tlmo
and money seeking relief as I did.
If you are sick my advice is GO TO IH
DRS. SHORES and get a cure and IH
save time and money.
I will be pleased to have anyone IH
call on me for verification of this j
Signed, "Guy Trask, 563 "W. South IH
Temple St, City." j jH
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