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I 8 p llS or nvaon Every Sick anl Afiling Working' Girl l "
PSpj vSPuff! II 'H JTV fun,l''b s t,lcse STbrls that Mrs. Pinkbam holds out a helping hand, and extends a cordial invitation JflifaOLV ill i II iJI
l pffiSft) yffijlb: t3beU $s NsCot: correspond, with hor. Her long: record, of success in treating woman's ills makes her letters of liltlilllla&'rlw ' K II ' '1
5 "-:?!?P!nsiSjr sJJMMj Ai!i((Mujy JvmS. ad-vice of untold value to every ailing working: girl, and. from hcrvvidc experience-and. skill shoquickly V 1 lull I SvJ . M NkiI 11 l ' "'
t fCXT? gpto U4J Hi points the way to health. Her advice is free, and all letters are held by her in the strictest confidence. IJy0 JlwU 1 mhltSa iHUilh'H
''''MM-W Pf rT'VfTv 'Xj. -A.dd.resi, Mrs. Pinlcham, Iiynn, Mass. Don't put of f writing her until your health is wrecked. 77 Iffhf Wfngm I II I
1 IflllO KftwjI WPffflriaa Givs who work are particularly susceptible to female ills, especially whenxtoliged to stand on their feet from w I rI llfJ III! 'H
i idzra' gQgf!f 2? tfjr-r-lffl WyimurfTmf morning untU night. Day in and day out, month in and month out, the year through, the working girl II 1 1 1 jmtff nK$L' Kf mi'llif
W&lfihi$wi Hf4 yCZl EiJff JT J jRiug wR toils ; she is often the bread winner of the family, and must work that others may live; whether she is siok (j J ftxF&n Ew i iilillli'H
p jpf wfjjtlft v "K -ragg Mil r WC' wneer. ram3 sesi whether it is warm or cold she must get to her placo of employment and lljliRk 11 ill ''1
( " llfl: jo9 r 'S jtatm'm Among this- cllss the symptoms of female diseases aro early mariifesb by weak and aching backs, pain in the s&i! ' lllj f 111
' I i 1 &W3)(oo ( i v-lLiyK lower limbs and lower part of the stomach; in consequence of frequent wetting of the feet monthly "periods frulMill'J, ull'llli ' '1
' U xOTcrWtf' o mi fflmT--W become painful and irregular, and frequently there aro faint and dizzy spells, with loss of appetite, until tU Mt fif IMWrM r'H IIi 'l
! '"-cSlfo 0 0$0'00nVt0o, 0ojjtk -Sjrw TiMffMHHu I life is a burdeu and it is hard work to drag about. All these sjTiiptoms point to a derangement of the I j I mIMM jJffl NHII
""g if ff ! !- female organism, and if taken in time can be easily and permanently cured. jj I (Sj jfjl' I 1 '
I WJmiW 1 Lydia B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, j jmf l I I
j .-"f?H" 1 wsh to tbapk you for the wondcrf ol cure you have discovered "Seeing so many women and girls being helped "by your mcdi- j I ' i l n ! jj '
S&Mrl?. I Jr oco0pIPe fffeF for Buffering gjrls. I am a -working-girl and do not believe there cino I thought I would try it. 1 was very irrogular in regard to N Vfi)) jft 4 1
P BES SI'fiSK I foo00 o tKIBIS HS77Tr s a ffirl of y ago in the country who has Buffered more than I menstruatiou, and had had no menses for four mont&s. J! I u ulry''A''& I 7 iH I'M
Ll mmlf fpd oJ nMlSul' iST have with female disordors. " I obtained a bottle of your medicine just to hoc if I could cure I I j? FJ ttff I I 11
'fi I P)Ra (Sc2a2r YMm tiMW JiMs&y " Although ovor so mauy physicians with their various remedies mysolf without going to a doctor. One bottle gave me great relief, J fi llfjjff ft IWSy S I ' 1 1
iV i vn, SiilraB PSrJ IwfeiS fl'?! Z&8&& wore tried, nothing sccmo'd to relievo mo of the terrible paina, and and ;now I am a different girl altogether. f Y nXjjjJhlj) , i
V ! 411 co)n A M it soemcd as though there wns no help for me, until I was finally " I will never be without Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable "i Hl rlmH M ' " ' IH
V !? -O? 'A 'y liK Mr persuaded to trytydia E. Plnkham's Vcpetablo Compound. Compound, as I know I would not be working to-day if I had fll7. MrSS'V 'I I ill 1
ly ijW.Vi L m W SaeM tffi "II "'orkod liko magic, for I had scarcely finished the second not used jour medicine." Miss L.UJIO. Riem, Standard Tea & I jf J lj n.j2t mifiW t ' i - i I ! 1
f IVv )l I iL Sm fli bottle when a groat change was noticed in my whole goneral Grocery Co., 7G0 Mass. Avenue, Indianapolis, Ind. $ A- j J nJjlM in ' ' ' !
,.Ji j)?hL v (((jh& o wi health, and in the three months time I felt like a new person." 7ls l tho woman trho lias lalth in 3Z3ZT t . j ylMnTinftf f 1 7iB ! '
L f J IiXDIA E J11'8 "VEGETAJ3UE COMPOTTCTO. rg : j j l
IN WADE TRIAL
Tte Jurors Now Heady to Hear tho
? Cas3 of tho Han Charged
ir. If, Al-ood, Murray. --
DS f'rR. L. Shannon. Salt Lnkc.
fj J.J.Toronto. Salt Lulce. -
V' P-IJ. Sharkey. J:ilt Lake.
William Qui-k. S.ilt Lake.
Gwrpe C Tripp. Murray.
"-D3Vl(l Cauifron, Salt Lake.
b Jo'cph S. Drake, Salt Luke. -4-
jj ftrl A. Uk. Salt Lake. 4-
Kt"LT three motv jurors are needed
II to complete tin- iKinel In the trial
J of James II. AVade, charged with
murder In the Urst degree for tho
!:g of L-H yum You, a Chinese
i.t AHaon December 19 last. Five
inm'- Jurora were secured yesterday,
the above nine men were in the
PJp &hcn court adjourned last even
this morninp. Before adjourn
IM1' (he court made an drder calling
IM"r StCtal xcuiiv of tnlrty talcy-
! .;ll!ue,, 10 cwvl I would not be
J-S ia. 1 wi tronbleU a jreat deal nltli
B'M ted bc-iJarlie. Xotr slnco taklnj
JtUCcjCathirtlc 1 faM vrr morb oottcr
r:o.mrnend tl",m to r Clouds
"WOilorn Mill Ko. 2. Ktll r.lror. Mui,
ils ei for
8liJ?' r Otl!, IDo, a.-. Me. N.qr
iMli a ,,'l!y ChCO or N.Y. Got
men who will appear in court at 10
o'flock a. m. today.
There la but little Interest bclnpr man
ifested thus far In the case. "With the
exception of tho court offlcors and at
torneys In the case, there have been few
others present at the proceedings. Sev
eral Chinamen, friends of the murdered
cook, were the only interested specta
tors present yesterday. Were It not
that most of the taJesmon examined ex
pressed themselves as somewhat biased
in favor of the defendant because the
deceased belonged to on Inferior race,
the jury would have been completed
Of tho venire of forty names made re
turnable yesterday morning-, thirty-one
were served by tho Sheriff and ap
peared in court. Out of this number
six were excused upon their own mo
tions, two were disqualified, four were
excused for physical, disabilities, and
two were exempt, leaving seventeen
that were sworn and accepted upon
their voir dire examination. With four
talesmen left over from the day before,
the attorneys yesterday hail twenty
one to work upon. The five last-named
Jurors above were accepted to try the
case, and the remaining sixteen were
disposed of as follows: Two were chal
lenged for cause by the defense and
four by the Stale and excused; the de
fense used its fourth, llfth, sixth, sev
enth and eighth peremptory challenges,
and had live men excused; the Slate
had five jurors excused upon its fifth,
sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth per
emptory challenges. The special venire
drawn last evening consists of the fol
Orson J. Guest. J. A. Frltsch, Wil
liam J. Barknmn, Albert Shaw. Wll
lard G. By water, Thomas M. Gillespie.
John Lynn, George Hampton, H. C.
Wallace. E. M. Weller, Millard J. Mlck
olsen, A. J. White. A. L. Slmondl,
George A. Crabtree, Adolph Bergen,
Lester D. Freed. C. E. Offcnbeek, Wil
liam H. Burton, George CaJder, Sylas
T. Lake, John W. Snell. Sr.. John
Brown. John Schneider. George Can
ning. W. W. Cluff. Jr., Max Hanaucr,
Palston S. Free. William H. Clayton.
Jr., Henry B. Prout, George It. Shel-ton.
REHEARING IS DENIED
IN ASSESSMENT CASE
In denying thq petition for a rehear
ing In tho case of the State of Utah,
ex rel. Salt Lake City vs. Benjamin 11.
Eldredge, County Assessor, and Salt
Lake county, the Supreme court yes
terday for the second time decided that
the County Assessor has the authority
to make the assessment on all prop
erty wholly within the confines of the
i-ounty. The suit was originally
Cases Set ior Today. 4-
DISTRICT COURT. -f-
-f- DIvIhIou No. 1 Judge Hall.
-f- Probato call. 4-
Division No. 3-JudKO SteirarU -f-
-f- No court.
Division No. 3 Judge Morae.
State vs. .T. II. Wade.
-f Division No. 4 Judgo Lowls. -f-
A. S. Leonard vs. F. O'Reilly
t et aJ.
-f Civil-division JuUgo Tanner. 4-
-f No court.
. ' '' ''''I
brought in the Supremo court by the
City Attorney of Salt Lake, to enjoin
the Counly Assessor from assesHlng,
under Sec. 2&12 of the Revised Stat
utes, certain street railway and other
property heretofore assessed under the
statute by the State Board of Equali
zation. The statute in question was
held to be in violation of the Consti
tution by the Supreme court, and there
fore invalid. The petition for a re
hearing of the issues, denied by the
court yesterday, was filed by the City
Attorney the fore part of the week.
COURTS NOT TO COLLECT
"It Is indeed a very bold undertaking
for a gambler, a violator of the law and
morality, to seek the aid of a court of
justice to enforce his claim founded
upon his own nefarious transactions."
This is the essence of an opinion, per
curiam, handed down in the Supreme
court yesterday in the case of R. E.
Collet, appellant, vs. Paul Beutler. The
action grew out of a poker game, dur
ing which the defendant borrowed pok
er chips from the plaintiff to the alleged
amount of $05. The plaintiff brought
the action to recover 505, alleged to
have been loaned to the defendunt on
December 13, 1901, at Richfield. Utah.
At the first trl:d of the case it was
not brought out that the suit was to
recover on a gambling transaction and
Judgment was rendered in favor of tho
plaintlfT. The defendant was later
granted a new trial, at which all the
lacts were brought out and the court
rendered judgment in favor of the de
fendant. "No cause of action," and for
costs. The plaintiff thereupon prose
cuted the present appeal.
The opinion of the Supreme court not
only upholds the decision of the lower
court, but goes further and says that
when the nature of the transaction was
brought out, the court ''ought to have
directed tho enforcement of the crim
inal laws, as to all of the offenders, in
addition to the judgment it rendered at
tho second trnal. Courts ought
not hesitate to protect society from
POWER OF CLERK OVER
Under the law the Clork of the Dis
trict court has tho right to designate
the publication in which estate and
legal notices" shall appear. Thin was
the ruling made by Judge Hall yester
day In sustaining tho demurrer filed by
the defendant in the mandamus pro
ceedings recently Instituted by tho
manager of a certain weekly paper
against County Clerk John James. The
action was brought to compel the Coun
ty Clerk to order a probate notice pub
lished in the plaintiff paper. The de
fendant was represented by the legal
firm of Powers', Straup Llpman,
who argued that the clerk had ordered
the notice published in another paper
and that pi-ocecdlngs in mandamus
could only be Instituted where an offi
cial refused absolutely to perforin a
duty required by law. It was also Bhown
that the plaintiff petitioner was In no
way Interested In the estate in ques
tion and that the refusal to publish the
notice in tho plaintiff paper was not
made to the petitioner, but to a party
interested In1 the estate.
The motion of the defendant for a
rehoarlng In tho case of Leila Reed vs.
Charles Reed was denied by Judge Hall
In the District court yesterday. Tho
plaintiff recently secured a divorce from
the defendant and was awarded ali
mony in the sum of 570 per month. A
second hearing was desired, It Is under
stood for the purpose of having the
amount of the alimony reduced.
Petitions for rehearing were denied
by the Supreme court yesterdaj' In the
caseB of Henry Wells vs. Utah Con
struction company, appellant, and
Uhrle U. Hlskey et al. vh. the Pacific
States Saving, Loan and Building com
A man can't work right with a lame
Takes all the life out of him.
Doan's Kidney Pills make lame backs
At any drug store, 50 cento.
KEEP TOUR EYE ON CASTTLLA.
Sheep King Pays
a Very Heavy' Fine
Pleads Guilty to Charge of Conspir
acy to Defraud United State3
of Public Lands.
PORTLAND. Or., May 3. Tho cases of
diaries Cunningham, tho eastern
Oregon "sheep king"; Glen 31. Sol
ing, Shelley Jones and Dallas
OUara, charged with conspiracy to de
fraud tho United States Government of
publlo lands, were brought to an abrupt
and unexpected conclusion by pleas of
guilty 'oZftg inado when theo dofondanto
wro arraigned In thr. United States Dis
trict court hero this morning. Murk
Sliackleford was tho only one to plead not
guilty, anil Ids trial commenced this after
noon. ICate James was discharged for
want of probable cause.
Cunningham, us the ring leader, was Im
mediately sentenced to pay a lino of JS0CO.
Tho others, being considered only tools of
Cunningham, wcro let off with a line of
5100 In each case. Nono waa sentenced! to
a term of Imprisonment.
TIicho convictions aro tho direct out
growth of tho trials of Asa Thomson, re
ceiver of tho La Grando tOr.) land office,
lost fall. During1 his trial tho defendants
In the present case, who were witnesses In
tho Thomson case, made admissions whllo
on tho stand which placed Inspector A. R.
Greene of tho Interior department In pos
session of tho evidence necessary to con
vict. A few weeks sub?quont to the Thom
son trial Cunningham and the others were
arrested. It was supposed from the start
that they would light conviction to tho
blttc'r ond and all tho prospects were fa
vorable for a long-drawn-out legal battle,
oven If conviction was eventually obulru d,
of which there was considerable doubt,
owing to the result of the Thomson ca.c.
IN CAULDRON OF
CHICAGO. May G.-Maklng a
misstep while walking on the edge -f
of a vast cauldron of boiling metal, s-
Halney Anderson, an employee of
the Illinois Steel company at South -f-
-4- Chicago, clung for life to .the edge
-f- today while his feet burned off. -f
-f- Then, his strength gone, ho slipped
-f- with a shrlok Into the seething 4-
mnjs below. In a few monu nts 4-
his body wns literally consumed.
Navies of World
Undo Sam Is First in Battleships
Hussia Has Ono Submarine
L ONDON. May o. A Parliamentary
return Issued this morning giving
the number of warships built and
building of tho seven strongest
navies In the world; credits Russia with
only one complete submarine boat.
This is of, 175 tons and was launched
in 1001. Russia' l.s credited, however,
with fourteen others in courso of con
struction; but a footnoto points out
that it is uncertain whether all of these
have actually been commenced.
The United States comes first In bat
tleships, with thirteen. Including the
Idaho and Mississippi in course of con
struction, followed by Great Brltahf,
with twelve. The latter Is constructing
seventeon armored cruisers, against
eleven for tho United States; the third
in order being France, with nlno ar
mored cruisers building.
Crookedness Alleged Vm
Two Consolidated Stock Exchange j i
Firms, New York, Suspended lit
From Board. , 1 ' '
N'EW YORK. May o. The suspen- i j ' '
slon of two Consolidated Stock J
exchange firms, Longtry, Hale & ii ,
Co. of Boston and New York, and 1 '
T. H. Lcary & Co.. was announced to- ' I'
day. and T. IL Leary and J. 3?rank l i j'1,
Hale, exchango members of those '.two j ,
firms, were expolled from tho Consdll- 5 jl1 iH
dated exchange, on charges of irregu- 0 j
larity In transactions. This action fol- jj ; jl
lowed a long session yesterday of a IM - i
committee which for nearly a year has ,i ', I
been Investigating the business of tho I'f, 'I I
! members of the Consolidated exchange. , I j,
Last night J. F. Hale was arrested on : ' I ' 'H
a charge of larceny of a customer's se- i I i
curlties. Thomas E. Martin, the com- I J fl
plainant, charged Hale with havinrr j'' ,
stolen bonds and stocks valued at ?7500i, '5, ' ',H
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M Enw 0 m feaF many of them deplore the U, ,(
loss of their girlish forms I 1 ;1 I
jr aftermarriage. The bearing ij i ,
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great liniment always prepares the body for the strain upon it, an$ j' ' I
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danger of child-birth, and carries the expectant mother safely through i - 'rM
ihis critical period without pain. It is woman's greatest blessing. j I ' 1
Thousands gratefully tell of the benefit and relief derived from tho J ' j ,
use of this wonderful j, ''m'H
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druggists at $i.oo per WMWmWSr S 'H
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