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jj THE SALT XiAKE TJRJBTXNTE: THTJBSDAY MOTJQnTG, APRIL 7, 190. 9 I
I " PSYCHICS.
I C. HALL, COOK, PH. D., "S. P. R.."
London, England. Tcachor Spiritual Scl
WM i,,.ence and Unfoldmcnt, lB5Vi Main St.,
wM . JiLiBoom 1G. Lecture Sunday 8 p. m.. Harmo
tJmM Tnlo hall. State at. Reserved seats on salo
lM "Tnt "The Kenyon." uC53
H ACCORDION PLEATING.
H SUNBURST AND ACCORDION
pleating Mrs. Jcnnens. 47 E. 1st So. mill
H . NEW OR 2ND-IIAND. CASH. TRADE
I or terms. Sorenscn-Stoutt Co.. 42 E. 2nd S.
S ' CASH REGISTERS.
H NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS. OS-
M car Groshell, sales agent. No. 221 Main st.
1 Expert cash register repairing. Second
wM hand registers always In atock. nlOSO
W ' NEW OR 2ND-HAND. CASH. TRADE
'W ; ; ortPrnifl, Sorrcnson-Stoutt Co., E. 2d So.
M : : COLLECTIONS.
IF ' JOHN J. WALLACE & CO., D. F.
IX ' Walker bldg.. Salt Lake, collect debts, any
I: part of U. S. and Canada, prompt nttcn-
fi tlon; reference, Walker Bros.' bank.
I ALL DEBTS BOUGHT AND COL-
J lectcd. 60S Aucrbach bldg. tl
J ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES.
1 I 1 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND CON-
'1 structlon; large Btock of latest chando-
, Hers, lTiter-Mt. Elcc. Co.. 46 E; lat So.
NEW OR 2ND-IIAND. CASH, TRADE
or terms. Sorensen-Stoutt Co . 4S E. 2nd
ELOCUTION, PHYSICAL CULTURE
TIERPONT SCHOOL, COMMERCIAL
club bldg. Miss Pierce und Miss Davis.
BAKER SCHOOL OF ORATORY
Teinpleton bldt; Telephone 13S7-Y. t423
SCHOOL OF COOE33RY.
M MISS CANNON. INSTRUCTOR; PAR.
K . 1 fm1nr fit (VI V. Kn Tomnln rlFTO
J PERRY S. HEATH MAKES
I BUYS LAND. ON SOUTH TEMPLE
FOR OVER $20,000 AND CON
ll TRACTS "WITH J. DONNAN
. REAVIS FOR HAND
"Ho who runs may read" about the
conquests of J- Donnan Reavis.
Today's papers contain the report
.that Mr. RcaVls will erect a large busl
l ' ness aifd apartment house for Mr.
Perry S. Heath, publisher of the Salt
mV The new structure, which was tle-
lul signed by Mr. Reavis, will be called the
pV "Empire Building" and will be Greeted
Itr on- the southeast corner of South Tem
w 1) plend First West streets.
I I . ln making this splendid improve
'I ment, on land that cost over $20,000, Mr.
: 'it Heath' has given unquestionable proof
',- I ' Of his faith In Salt Lake and her real
estate and he deserves and will receive
m from the public-iplrlted cltlzons of this
J"i city their approbation and encourage-
j The Empire will be two stories high,
of buff pressed brick, with six comino
Ntf dlous stores below and thirty-sis living
? rooms above.
? Mr. J. Donnan Reavis. now located
; on the ground floor of the Security
i. ! Trust building, 32-34 Main street, who
'i begins the construction of the Empire
I today, has also been appointed Mr.
J I Heath's agent and will have charge of
' f -the renting of stores and apartments in
; f the new block.
,11 -V Many applications for tenancy In the
i, 1 1 new block have been already Hied and
. ';' Mr. Reavis expects to have the entire
-, building let before It is completed.
' j South Temple is now a fast growing
I aicnue of trade and the erection of the
; new depot will certainly make, this as
phalt paved highway one of the llve
? ; llest business marts in Salt Lake City.
r Far-seeing merchants should not
s : overlook the advantages of leasing
5 I stores In the new Empire.
; CONFERENCE RATES
j : 1 VTA
i I J OREGON SHORT LINE
!" To Salt Lake will be made as follows:
J From Raic, From Rate-
, Hunfgton, Oro.t23.SO Market Lako ... 9 00
ii Welsor. Ida.. ..22,15,81. Anthony ... io -SO
? j Payette 21.15 Ro.burg .... ... 9 es
. ( Ontario, Ore. .. 21.25lRlgby
1 ' Parma, Ida., .. 20.45 Idaho Falls .... M
, Caldwell 19.70jShelley s'so
Boise 20.23 Blackfoot 7.0
i Nrimpa 19.2G Mackay 11 70
i : Motint'n Homo . 16.60 Pocatello 7.00
Glenn's Ferry . 15.00 McCammon . . C.80
I . , Shoahono 12.-10 Downey 5.00
! ' Ketchum , 16.M Oxrord 4 25
i, ; Hallcy 15.25 Cornish. Utah.. 4.00
I Bcllovue 15.00 Cacho Juncfn . 3.25
' '. Klmama 9,35 Colllnston 2 75
4, Minidoka .... .. 8.C) Dewey 2.50
Amcr'n Falls .. 8.00 Honcyvillo .. .. 2.25
1 Granger. Wyo . 0.C0 Brlgham 2. CO
J ; Dlamondvlllo ... 9.M Treniont 2 75
I 1 Kcmmercr .. ,. 9.50 Garland .... ... 2.90
- Cumberland . .. 10.55 Perry 1 rjj
i 1 -Montpnller, Ida. 7.75 Wlllard 175
' Boda Springs 7,00 Hot Springs ... l.'&o
f Bancroft 7.00 llarrlsvlllo .'. .. 1 50
-Preston 4.25 Ogden 1,50
1 Franklin .. 4.25 Hooper 1,20
Richmond. Syracuaa Juno.. 1 10
Utoii 4.25 Layton "72
; ' Smlthllcld .. .. 4 10 Kaysvlllo 00
' Logan 3.S0 Farmlngton . .. .40
Mendon 3.G5 Controvlll 30
Spencer, Ida.... 12.00 Wood'H Crona . .25
1 ' Proportionately low rates from other
i Tlckeb on sale at Ogden and inter
mediate points, April lot to 6th. inclu
sive. At all other points, April 1st to
Gth. Final limits. April 12th and 15tb,
Set -agents for full r-irtlculars.
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V v For up-to-date work 'Phone 61.
! . .
I (j .. NOTICE.
I il: To Whom-It May Concern. William Bob-
Iwell Is not In my employ nor In the em
plo'y of the San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt
J-ake, Ralroad Company.
u203 C. O. WH1TTEMORE.
If IC'your clock or watch don't keep
correct tlmer have It Oxed. 'Phono 63
1 for the rorrect time. Lfy-on's
rl Annual Rose Bush Sale.
-k: Sale will take pluce at Walker's store
War- ' April 12th. 13lh apd 14lh for Arbor day.
n About 4000 bushes. Including Crimson
I Ramblers. American Beauties und other
I popular flowers of choice stock, guar-
' nntccd by Salt Lake Huddart Floral
Wlt for this sale.
MANLY HEART MAY BEAT
UNDER A DIRTY JACKET
This Is a talo of the chivalry of the
streets. The horo Is a newsboy who Is
known to his comrades as "Society Red"
or the Brick Yard Blond from Bread
way," and tho heroine is a school girl of
perhaps ten summers.
"Society Red" is as mischievous an
urchin as ever shot craps In a back alley
or shied a stor.c at a peddler, but for all
that he has Fomo traits that aro noticea
bly lacking In many boys reared under
tho influence of a Rood home. "Red" re
ceived his tltlo from the color of his hair
and the fact that tho humble place that
he calls home Is located on Broadway, a
narrow street running north from First
South between Main and State streets.
"Red" was busily engaged in selling
"polpers" last Saturday to the pedestrians
along Market row. Business was good
and the son of the street va3 fast dispos
ing of his stock to tho confcrcnco Visitors
and others who chanced o pass along,
when his attention was attracted to a lit-
TALK OF BABCOCK
Persistent Rumors Associate Him
With High Positions in the
Railroad men were set guessing for
some reason yesterday by the fact that
S. H. Babcock. former assistant general
traffic manager of the Rio Grande
Western, left on short notice for Den
ver by No. 2. Rumors were curront
that Mr. Babcock was going back Into
harness again, and one of the Denver
papers stated that President E. T. Jef
frey of the Denver & Rio Grande was
expected there some time this week.
When asked about his visit, Mr. Bab
cock told The Tribune that there was
no foundation for the stories, and that
he was going East on a short business
' I know nothing about any such
story. I am going to Denver to look
after some of my business in Colorado
and have no plans about returning to
the railroad business."
It is thought, however, that the ma
jority of Mr. Babcock's Investments lie
In Utah; and the fact that he Is still In
his prime, and more fitted for a high
olllclal position than ever, gives rise to
tho Idea that a vacancy, or a new posi
tion Is going to be created for him, most
probably on one of the Gould lines.
NEW BOND ISSUE
BY THE BURLINGTON
NEW YORK, April C Directors of
the Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy rail
road have Issued new bonds aggregat
ing $1-1,000,000. which will be used, ac
cording to the Herald, to fund the
floating debt and short-teriri obliga
tions of the company, Incurred In mak
ing general Improvements during tho
last two years. A part of the bonds
also will be used for the purchase of
The new Issue will bear Interest at
the rate of 4 per cent and Is under
stood to be secured by the Illinois di
visional mortgage. This mortgage was
made In 1S90 and the total authorized
issue of bonds secured by it aggre
gates JS5.000.000. Of tills amount $41,
000,000 already have been Issued and
bear Interest at 3 per cent.
The bonds may be redeemed on any
Interest day after July 1, 1929, at par
and accrued Interest for all bonds bear
ing Interest at a less rate than 3& per
cent and at 105 and accrued interest for
all bonds at 11 rate not less than
The mortgage, Bubject to the 1903
consols, which were extended last sum
mer, is practically a blanket mortgage
upon all of the Burlington system east
of tho Mississippi river, Including the
Arrangements have been made for
the sale of all the entire $14,000,000 Issue
to bankers here.
Honors for Col. George W. Boyd.
It is not often that acts of courtesy
receive such handsome and substantial
recognition as that recently accorded to
Mr. George W. Eoyd, general passen
ger agent of the Pennsylvania railroad,
at the hands of no less a personage
than Emperor William of Germany. It
appears that when Prince Henry of
Prussia was In this country, two years
ago. he was Indebted to Mr. Boyd for
various acta of special kindness, and In
remembrance of these the Emperor 1ms
conferred upon-this able, genial and
popular official the decoration of tho
Order of the Crown. The distinction
was conveyed to Mr, Boyd through the
medium of Embassador Baron von
Sternberg. The Order of tho Crown
was instituted in 1S61 by William L, to
commemorate his coronation as King of
Prussia. The badge is a white enam
eled gold maltose cross, with gold
edges, and having in tho center the
royal crown on a gold field.
Col. Boyd Is one of the best and most
popularly known railroad officials In
New Exhibition Train of Pullman Co.
CHICAGO, April C, An exhibition
train of ten cars built by the Pullman
company left the shops for St, Louis to
day over the Illinois Central railroad
The cars, said to be the finest ever
made at the works, will be the com
pany's exhibit at the Louisiana Pur
chase exposition. All are of different
styles private buffet, tourist Bleepor,
chair-car, day-coach, compartment
sleeper, parlor-car, ordinary sleeper,
dining and composite car. The last
contains a smoking-room, buffet and
barber shop. In the private car ia an
elaborately furnished bathroom. In
stead of the brilliant varnish used in
railway cars, a dead finish has been
used. In the buffot-car the woodwork
is all of Flemish oak. The cobI of the
train was about $500,000.
Confirm "Worthington's Appointment.
, OMAHA, Neb., April 0. Ofllclal no
tice of the apolntment of B. A. Worth
lngton to be assistant to Julius Krutt
sjchnltt as director of maintenance and
operation of the Union Pacific lines,
was posted at headquarters today as
Effective April 1st, B. A. Worthing
ton Is appointed assistant director of
maintenance and operation and will de
vote his attention to questions of
through freight and passenger sched
1 uleu, assignment and distribution of
tie girl who leaned against a post sobbing
"Red stopped operations Instantly and
inquired Into the cauao of tho child's
"I camo up town to get some things for
mamma." sobbed tho girl, "and I lost my
purso. I had J5 and it's all tho money
mamma had. I can't get tho groceries
and I don't want to so homo without
them. What shall I do! what shall I
do?" cried tho lrl, as sho burst Into
"Como wld me," said the nowsboy, "I
link 1 kin find It Pr ye." The lad turnod
over his atock of papers to a fellow mer
chant and accompanied tho girl back to
ward her home.
Ho followed her for about two blocks,
scanning every foot of the ground en
route carefully and was rewarded by find
ing the purse. He turned the pockctbook
over to tho girl and the pair proceeded
up town togother.
As they separated the- girl attempted to
thank her benefactor, but "Red" would
,'i'so. b.ln dero mcsclf an' I knows how
It feela." eald the lad as no seized his
bundle of papers and hastened away.
motive power and equipment, and to
such matters as may from time to time
be assigned to him.
SANTA FE OFFICIALS
PLEASED WITH WEST
Second Vice-President Paul Morton of
tho Santa Fo, Freight Traffic Manager
W. B. Blddlo, Passenger Traffic Manager
Goorgo T, Nicholson, General Frcigh
Agent Edward Chambors and General
Passenger Agent J. J. Byrne passed
through Ogden yesterday on their way to
Omaha from southern California. With
President Ripley, who remained behind
with his family In Santa Barbara, thoy
have been making a tour of inspection of
tho company's Western system.
"Business in the West," said Mr. Mor
ton, 'is all that the railroad company
could ask for. As for the Santa Fe, it
has been carrying a lot of freight out of
California and getting Its sharo of west
bound business. Tho demand for roll
ing stock for tho conclavo of Knights
Tomplar in San Francisco surpassed all
"Wo have all but completed our plans
for handling deciduous fruits from north
ern California. We have leased a river
steamer, which will ply between Sacra
mento, Antloch and Point Richmond,
gathering freight for the main line."
When asked about tho relations between
tho Santa Fo and tho San Pedro, Los An
geles & Salt La.ko railway, Mr. Morton
said that thore was nothing to say be
yond what the public already knew; that
arrangements had been made for the lat
ter company to run Its trains, when It got
ready, over the lino between Daggett and
Los Angolcs. So far from not welcoming
tho competition, they anticipated In
creased benefits for tho Santa Fo from
tho new regions that would bo opened up
by tho Salt Lake Route.
Speaking In Ogden of tho Lucln cut-off,
Mr. Morton said: "It Is tho greatest
piece of railroad work I ever saw. It Is
a wonder and reflects tho greatest credit
on tho mind that conceived It and the
nion who carried It into execution."
J. W. Trewhela, traveling freight
agent for tho Rock Island, went up to
Idaho last night to load' up threo cars
of wool. This is the first active sign
of the opening up of the wool season.
A, N. Gray, traveling passenger agent
for the Rock Island and the 'Frisco
system, at Boston, Mass., was in town
yesterday, with his wife, seeing tho
sights of the city and looking up their
R. F. Neslen, general agent of tho
Burlington, has received an announce
ment from G. W. Vallery, general agent
of the Burlington in Denver, stating
that the Federation of "Women's Clubs
of Colorado has chosen the Burlington
as tho official route. They expect to
leave Denver by special train about
May 14th for St. Louis, where tho con
vention la to be held. It is supposed
that a delegation from Utah and the
other Intermountaln Suites will leave
here two days before that.
Notice has been Issued at Chicago to
tho effect that where sleeping-car
berths are reserved in advance they
must bo paid for a specified number of
hours before the time of departure. One
report has It that three prominent roads
leading eastward from Chicago have de
clined to enforco at their offices this
order of the Pullman company.
K. O, Keyes, traveling freight and
passenger agent of the Chicago. Mil
waukee & SU Paul, who has Ju3t re
turned from Wyoming, says that the
outlook for the wool season in that
State Is very promising. The losses
have been no more than normal, there
having been no deaths among the sheep
from disease, and all those who aro In
terested In this Industry are expecting
a very lively season.
Engineer Blount, in charge of the
Moffat survey party, has completed tho
survey through the Bear River canyon.
He Is now running down the Green
river towards Island Park, and will
meet the other party, which is running
the opposite way, somewhere near Split
canyon. Inhabitants of Vernal are
making some talk about trying to se
cure the main lino going through their
W. H, Barrett, well known as con
tracting agent in the Missouri Pacific
office here for several years and now
clerk In tho freight claim department
of the Short Line, has been appointed
traveling freight agent for the Short
Lino and Union Pacific Mr. Barrett
will begin his new duties in a few duys.
John Scullin, the millionaire railroad
man and former street car magnate,
has been apolntcd director of transpor
tation of the World's Fair. Mr. Scul
lin Is one of the foremost railroad
builders and managers In the West, and
is about tho moat practical man that
could have been chosen for the office.
Out of an estimated total of about 13,
000 cars, 1700 had been received at the
end of Inst week.
In an ultimatum to the machinists.
President E. P. Ripley of the Santa Fo
railroad positively refuses to enter Into
an agreement with the machinists' as
sociation until it stops Its advocacy of
violence and destruction. Unless tho
machinists repudiate tho policy of law
lessness there Is little chance for an
Immediate flettlcment of differences.
National President James O'Connell of
tho machinists' association has called
a meeting of the Executive committee
to be held In Washington, D. C, on
Monday, to take action on the Santa
The Loulsana and Arkansas railroad
has been purchased by the Frlscp sys
tem from William Buchanan and his
The management of the Pennsylvania
railroad has decided to have all the em
ployees of the operating department In
structed in first aid to the injured.
According to the roport of the Texas
commission, Just Issued, the total num
ber of free passes of all kinds lraued by
the Texas lines the past fiscal year ag-
WILL HELP OGDEN
Evanston Repair Shops Removed to
the Junction City, and Many
The changes In the Harriman sys
tem are eminently satisfactory for
Ogden. As announced exclusively In
The Tribune, tho repairs for the South
ern Pacific, the Union Pacific and the
Oregon Short Line will all be done In
Ogden In the future, and the Junction
City will have the largost repair shops
In the West.
The summary of the situation Is as
follows: George Cunningham becomes
general yardmastcr for tho Harriman
roads at Ogden. The repair shops at
Evanston, Wyo., have been closed down
except for a few men, and the remain
der of the men, seventy-eight In num
ber, have been transferred to Ogden.
The few that are left behind are Just
sufficient to do the repairs on the cars
used In the coal fields. Master Me
chanic .Luckett of tho Southern Pa
cific shops will have Jurisdiction over
the combination. The Southern Pacific
shops will be used for all the roads and
the Union Pacific shops and roundhouse
will be used as paint shops and auxil
The freight offices are also to be con
solidated. W. H. Chevers is to be gen
eral freight agent for the combined
lines. Georgo H. Corse becomes com
The dispatcher's office for the Wyo
ming division will also be removed to
By these changes It will be seen that
the Importance of Ogden, aa well as
her prosperity, will be materially In
creased. More men will have to be
employed and more buildings will be
necessary, and the construction of the
large viaduct from Twenty-fourth
street will give employment to many
more. It Is expected that when Traf
fic Director Stubba and Julius Krutt
schnltt arrive, as they are scheduled to
do today or tomorrow, thero will be
still more changes announced. Ar
rangements have been made to give
them a reception, In appreciation of
the benefits that have been conferred
on the city.
gregate 436.213, of which -13,320 were an
nuals, 10,735 time passes and 381,901 trip
passes. This table shows those passes
were Issued to different classes of per
sons. The Canton and Hankow Railway,
which Is being built In Southern China
with American capital, has been carry
ing upwards of S000 passengers dally
on Its ten miles of single track. It Is
estimated that when all the equipment
Is received and put Into service, the
passenger traffic will Increase to 20,000
passengers daily. The total mileage of
tho road, when completed, will be
Claude S. Williams, general agent of
the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul,
expects to go up Into Wyoming at tho
end of the week to look after the open
ing of tho wool seaeon.
Parley P. Black, Loulovlllo. Ida. 26
Theresa E. Necl. Salt Lako City 26
Henry C. Walk. Salt Lako City 25
Lucy Gray, Randolph 19
David W. Cook, Fountain Green 26
Jean Livingston, Fountain Green 22
Osburn Young, Mona 27
Bortha Molyneaux, Mona 25
Henry W. Valentino, Sanford, Col SI
Carolina C Jensen, Richfield, Colo. ...23
Albert Bollschwoller, Salt Lako City.. ..26
Letha Smith, Logan IS
Wene, girl, to Joseph C. and Maud, 333
Curtis avenue. April 1st.
Hardy, boy, to Ral and Laura, C15 East
First South street, April -1th.
For Salt Lako City and vicinity Clear.
Utah Rain or snow Thursday; much
colder In southern portion Thursday.
Montana, fair Thursday; Friday, fair;
warmer In cast and south portions
Yesterday's record at tho local office of
tho Weather ureau.
Maximum temperature, 66 dogrces; min
imum temperature, 42 dcgrccH; mean tem
perature, 49 degrees, which Is the nomal.
Accumulated deficiency of tempcraturo
slnco the first of the month. 7 dogrces.
Accumulated deficiency of tempcraturo
slnco January 1st, 15 degrees.
Total precipitation from 0 p. m. to 6 p.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
slnco the llnt of tho month. .CO Inch.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
ulnce the first of January, 29.1 Inches.
.Mnrkings. at Other Stations.
Roports received at Salt Lako City,
Utah, on April C( 1904.
Observations taken at all stations at 8
a. in., 75th Merldhun time.
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Place. B 3 0
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Denver GO I 10 -00Cloudv.
Qrand Junctlon. C2 36 ,00P. Cloudy
Helena I 56 J 34 I .OliCIear.
Pocalollo 6 I 32 I ,02Cloudy.
Modena I GO 30 .WClear.
Wlnncmucca ... 62 34 .COP. Cloudy
The barometer Is hlchest over North
Pacific States, tho Central West, Missis
sippi and Missouri vallcya and West Culf
States, and lowest over tho Rocky Moun
tain slope and Southern platoau.
Precipitation occurred over portions of
Idaho and Washington, Oregon, Montana
Missouri, Illinois, Texas and tho British
Tho temperature changes wcro gener
ally slight, except a rlso of 100 or more 1
over portions of Utah, South Dakota and
New Mexico, and a marked fall over nor- 1
tlona of Oregon, Texas and Manitoba.
R, J. HYATT, 1
f Itching, Burning, Seal?
Skin and Sca'pHumora,
Eczemas, Hashes and
Irritations instantly re- S
lieved and speedily
cured by warm bathj
CUTICyRfl SOAP i
ftod gntlc anointings with Cullcura Oh
mou when fihyslclans and til ml
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1 & ttjfJ of colic In children and have found It the best medicine of Its kind on the market." IrH
1 fftltiW XtMIJIS TO Dr- R- E- Esklldson, of Omaha. Neb. says: "I find your Castorln to be a 1 11
1 jM-''J'u?,,iVkV ..tnntTwhfrfl ij Etana-ard family remedy. It la the be3t thing for Infants and children I have ever - TeH
. . !rjfj known and I recommend It." H
PrOmOleS Digeslion.Clieerful- y$j Dr. L. IU Robinson, of Kansas City. Mo., says: "Yonr Castoria certainly has '
npc JinHRpsl Contains npilher ii merit I3 not Its age. Its continued use by mothers through all these years, and tho" IH
nLibdlRintai.uujiiaiiioiiciiHu i.j attempts to Imitate It; sufficient recommendation? What can a physician add? , f
Opium, Morphine nor Mineral. St Leave it to the mothers," : lll
NOT NARCOTIC. -W j)r. Albert J. Weston, of Cleveland, O.. says: "I have used your Castoria la lll
, 5i my practice for the past eighteen years with the utmost success." Ifl
r. ' rsu n-rirsim Drrrrrrr Dr. Edwin P. Pardee, of New Turk City, Bays: "For several years I have fH
ftosptafOldnrS.W.ULLtmMJ i? rccoD)Dien(icd your Cnswrla and shall always continue to do so, as It 'has Invariably IH
PiunpJan Seed- w? produced beneficial results." IIH
HUUsJu - W1 Dr. N. B. Slzer, of Brodidyn, N. Y., says: "I object to wbat nm called patent fiiiH
4niuStid W medicines, whero maker alone knows what Ingredients arc put In them, but I know liiH
fhvmunr W the formula of your Castoria and advise Its use." Iil
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SESaKS I CENUNE CASTORS A ALWAYS
ApcrfecfRcmcdy forConstipa- fH
tion. Sour Siomach.Diarrhoea, m Bears the Signature of al1gm ' IH
Worms, Convulsions, Feverish- a-m ' nm
The KM You Have Always Bought
l In Use For Over 30 Years. '
f EXACT SOPV OF WRAPPEB. 53 u
THE CTNTAUR COUPAflY. 77 HUnRAY OT, NCW YORK CITY. f H
fiSElflAfclHOOB RESTORED "CUPIDEHE" 1
QM -j qalcklrcure tou of ll nerrooi or dUemw of IbecenfrMlTe organ. obli m n
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VaA fo HnormntorThcc and all tno borrow of Impownoy CtJiIDENt, olonea tna llror.
raokldnorn. OuPIDEXE trenfthen and roitorei Tno rMion nodomrn aro not curta 7 aoH
i bocatiao nlnotj per cent ore trtmbleSfmib Hro.iaOtl CCriDENE Is the only known toT
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J. WILL GRAY & BR0.
153 Main, EaBt Side. -
UNDER THE ELECTRIC SIGN "GRAYS"
l Just Received
I Carload I
OF THE BEAUTIFUL
Heller Pianos j
t Tho finest moilerate-prlco Piano i
over eold hero. x
D SOIaD ONLY BY
Clayton Mmk Co. j
I 100 MAIN ST.
EVERYTHING MUSICAL. O
I i4s i
'Moving Day" f
m For )
1 Bed BEgSo g
Q You can make any day you w
tt,y chooso "moving day" for bed
Imps If you buy a bottle of flW
DORE'S BUG EXTERM1NA
TOR. It Is a quick, convcnlont
and absolutely sure death to
these pests that often And their ffl
way Into the homes of tho best 3k
and moat careful housckoepurs. (11
Many "good housekeepers" that
fe YOU know aro buying Doro's gj
JfL But; Exterminator. Evory bot- i&
3 tlo guaranteed, 23c. Hj
Druehl & Franken,
jp) DRUGGISTS, m
W Southeast Corner Main ana w
Third South Streets, Salt 3l
X Laka City.
ONCE I HAD A HUSBAND
Little elx-ycar-old maidens will tell vou
all about It at the concert for the BEN
EFIT OF MRS. CHARLES A. SMITH,
Salt Lako Theater, Monday ovenlnu,
Unequalled in Purity
OSWEGO SILVER GLOSS
: and 9
; OSWEGO CORN STARCH.
Sweaty Feet Are Dangerous
As well as dlsacrcealjle.
CURES your feet to etay cured. Swoaty,
odorous or clnmmy feet; also corns, bun
Ions and chilblains positively cured by
RE-NO-MAY FOOT POWDER. Wo will
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Ji'iiil M cents to the Re-Nb-Mny Prepara
tion Co., Dept. T, G2S0 Pago avc.. St. Lou la,
Mo., for a box of this wondcrXul curative
. Samples for tho asking- and 10 cents to
Scprcscntatlvco wanted everywhere.
SSk Diamonds jl
I We heliovo everybody loves
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cured; and prices satisfy all w
buyers. 1 JM
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hi n i i i in i i i i innrmri i i i i n nrrrm a 1 lH
The SULLEN I
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Headquarters for mining men and stock- '- j WmmM
men. RATES J2 A DAY AND UP. I WM
The Largest Selling Brand of i
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Any elck person who has never used I '' TtMMM
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, cago. 1'ncy will send you an order on W KMBm
I your druggist for a &0-cent bottle free. H ' tMMBM
it you will stato the dlxe.ise to be Bj 'JH
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