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I ftlaioma City to
Celebrate at Fair
; 15,000 population.
tn Tfco Tribune.
May 7.-OWahoma Cily. tho
Sfin iho territory of Okla-
t', defied by having a .pccial
M world's fair. September o
oleoma City claims to
iftSicotdy. 'SSSSmbir 5 from the
lRp,,D5f London head of th6 lare
IKj Jiyor LSrid njre not considered.
tKnthrv Is JuBt llftcen years old.
tlttS3 ?,n in lecs than a night on
tEfP rocnlng of the now terrl
llFJtie oi ilc CP"1,"6 Anril. 1SS0. Tho
m$ SVoxWSI? 16,000 inhab-
jE-3 t,irn In the celebration of
SttTj W tho fair, which la styled
?E City World's Fair Affair,
Wfoliboraa u n(1 co-oporatlon of a
Wrom "tho town. Miss Miriam
7 Pfl 'rho hag been selected by
oaAiuccn of Oklahoma City.
TnfBlxtNn of the bluest cities
SBSJ? States have been lnyltod to
the Prettiest young ady In
to attend tho exposition on
Wjw maids of honor to Queon
WPnWiudson recently vteltcd Wash
iMP KlcJ an Invitation, through
eRoS?eveh, foruMlB8 Alice
IB?, to take part In tho Oklahoma
I llJrSdal dny ceremonies.
M PRINTER FROM
Ly Volume Containing History
kxokees in Ouly Aboriginal
language Having Alphabet.
41'to Tho Tribune.
?, LOUIS. May 7. More of a curi-
'eslly than Hebrew or Sanscrit
tie the letters of the Cherokee al
phabet, the Invention of a Clicro
Ttiun. For a number of years a
rtjifr bos been published at the
blo'th" Cherokee nation, In both
teh ir.d Cherokee, the only Chcro
'tjpa in thj world being In use In
tithls type a book has been pnnt
jlnag the romantic history of the
fcu Territory tribes, from the time
removal from the older States
tiii fertile Territory, which the
friMHgtat" Government had set asldo
ijjwiereicluslve use and occupancy.
book itself Is a curiosity, since
KViDted In the only Indian lan
Ijfctivlng an alphabet and Is fresh
IKiht only Indian type in existence.
SiEtttk Is a part of the Indian Terrl
W interfiling exhibit at the World's
I K ltd all visitors aro privileged to
It. so long as they do not take it
Wp lie Territorial pavilion on tho
-Ka! of States.
combe, Veteran Politician
he State, Joins tho
, May 7.-A. D. Bal
i, prominent In State and
nal politics, for eleven
; publisher of the Omaha
, and for fifty years
ivlth the development of the
I at his home In this city to
been, pccordlng to his own
a Republican for fifty years,
en one of the organizers of
and having cast his first vote
Hale, the "Free Soil" can
President, In 1852. He has
imber of Important govern
e and city offices.
'fflfcltt CALL FOR
J BEPTTBLICAN PRIMARIES
""jlfcStimbllcan electors of Salt Lake
m Utah, will meet in their rcspec-
districts on Monday, May
"fK?.1,18.,0'010 m- for tho pur
M?llDB,.d.eleBatea t0 the Repub
rXu iuddal d,3trlct convention,
1 b.e held at Judee Morse's
?,a,,lli1 county building
City, Utah, on May 16, 13W
fiBts No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. 8 9 10
.MW' M' 22' 27 28. 29, 32. 33, 3S
47' 48' 49' 51. G3, 54, 6?:
Iff tack ' "e eatltled to two dele
14' 15- 17 19 21, 23, 24
AW? !' Si 6Cl 73 75 76 77
llK? vd l?,one legate each.
JBSS8?,111 to,one delegate.
EfS ' S3, 61 and 65 are consol
aro entitled to one delSatl
B'KJ5- 65' 70 and 71 are consoll
.lfld. 7J nre consoll
I jBStiJ ? ilS? t0 ono leeate.
I KSkT y recommended that the
I iKitrirt Lnoin1" airman in
I SatTto 11? ioSthr;e citable Re
I w.tot totnl Juaees of the pri-
I 5 an' ,"n th0 nam and
Mnbebl hnu"onB voL!ns: that
il held oL f nd .thc PrIrna-
m W fn wecn lhe abovo rnen-
i s7ven tho entltled t0 t
II WMr of : th 11(1 opportunity.
H WU. the epubUcan County
m 'I: J U. ELDREDGE, jr
I P BURLINGTON ROUTE.
yjllS5 return, $42.50.
yTna SL Lou,s'
fi iuhSl THUrlat S,eeP"
St. Mark's cathedral; the Very Rev.
James B. Eddie, B. D., dean. Fifth
(rogation) Sunday after Easter. May S,
1904.-7:30 a. m holy communion; 9:45
a, m., Sunday-school; 11 a. m., morning
prayer and sermon, by the Rev. C. E.
Perkins, rector of SL Paul's church; 8
p. m., evening prayer and address. The
public Is cordially invited to attend tho
St. Peter's chapel. 3 p. m., Sunday
school. St. Paul's church, Main and Fourth
South streets, Rev. Charles E. Perkins,
B. D-, rector. Services: 8 a. m., holy
communion; 9:45 a. m., Sunday-school;
11 a. m., morning prayer, with an ac
count of the recent missionary confer
ence, by Very Rev. James B. Eddie,
dean of St. Mark's cathedral; S p. m
evening prayer and sermon by the rec
tor Strangers and visitors are cor
dially welcomed. All seats free.
St. John's chapel, Perkins addition,
the rector of SL Paul's mlnlster-ln-charge.
2:45 p. nv, Sunday-school; 4
p. 'm., evening prayer and sermoji by
Rev. Charles E. Perkins. A cordial wel
come to all.
First Methodist Episcopal church, on
Third South, near Main street; Benja
min Young, pastor. Services at 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m., morning topic, "No Night
There"; evening, "The Tragedy of Gil
boa." Epworth league at 7 p. m.; Sunday-school
at 9:45 a m. All are cor
Illit M. E. church, Nirth East and
First South: D. M. Helmick, pastor.
The Rev. L. R. Bailey of Liberty Park
church will preach at thc 11 o'olock ser
vice. No preaching in the evening. Sunday-school
at 10 a m., Benjamin Trapp,
superintendent. Epworth League at 7
p. m., D. E. Carter, president. A cor
dial invitation to all. Seats free. Ladles'
aid will meet with Mrs. U. U. Hlskey,
934 East Second South street, Tuesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Liberty Park M. E. chuch services.
Sunday-school at 10 a. m., A. Tracy, su
perintendent; preaching at 11 a m. by
the Rev. J. H. Worral; Junior League
at 3:30 p. m Mrs. George Kune, super
intendent. Song services at 5.15 p. m,;
preaching at 5:30; Epworth League at
6-30. A cordial Invitation to everybody.
L. R. Bailey, pastor.
"Waterloo M. E. church, Richard
Wake, pastor pro. tern. Services 11 a.
in. and 8 p. m.; morning subject, "The
Chief Purpose of the Gospels" evening,
''Faith, Mainspring of Human Life."
East Side Baptist church, corner ot
Third South and Seventh East; F. Bar
nett, pastor. Regular services at 11 a.
m. and at S p. m. The ordinance of the
Lord's supper and hand of fellowship
to new members at the close of tho
morning service; Sunday-school at 12:15
p. m.; Young People's meeting at 7 p.
m. General prayer meeting on "Wednes
day evening at 8 o'clock.
First Baptist church, corner .Second
South and Second West, the Rev. D. A.
Brown, pastor Preaching at 11 a m.
and 8 p. m. Communion and reception
of members at morning service. Sunday-school
at 12:15, F. J. Lucas, super
intendent. B. Y. P. U. at 7 o'clock p.
m., subject, "Crowns Trodden Under
Foot," leader, Miss Nena Williamson.
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock regular
prayer service. A welcome to alL
Rio Grande Mission .chapel, Second
South, between Ninth and Tenth West
sunaay-scnooi at iu o ciock a. m.,
George Paul, superintendent. )
Burlington Mission chapel, corner of
Indiana avenue and Navajo Btrcet
Sunday-school at 3:30 p. m., G. J. Ba
dertscher, superintendent. Friday even
ing service at 8 o'clock.
Central Christian church, corner
Third East and Fourth South streets,
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. by Dr.
Plnkerton. Subject of morning sermon,
"What Lack I Yet?" Bible school at
12:30 p. m.; Christian Endeavor at 6:45
p. m. Junior Endeavor at 4 p. m. Tues
day; prayer service Wednesday at 8 p.
m. All are invited to attend these ser
First Church of Christ, Scientist, 336
East Third South- Sunday-school at
9:45 a. m.; church services at 11 a. m.,
subject, "Mortals and Immortals." Each
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock a meet
ing Is held to listen to the testimonials
of healing of both sin and sickness. All
are welcome to these services. Free
reading-room open dally from 10 a m.
to 5 p. m., In rooms 607608 Scott
Strevell building, 163 Main street. Tako
Our Savior's Evangelical Lutheran
church. Fourth East, between Fourth
and Fifth South. Sunday services at
10:30 a. m. In English, and 4 p. ru. In
Norwegian. You are cordially invited
to attend. A. G. II. Overn, pastor.
Westminster Presbyterian church,
Fourth West between First and Second
South, Rev. John Rlchelsen, pastor,
residence 120 West Seventh South, tel
ephone 126-x. 11 a. m., preaching by
John C. Lincoln, principal Gordon acad
emy; 12:15 p. m., Sunday-school; 7 p. m.,
Y. P. S. C. B, prayer-meeting; 7:45 p.
m,, preaching by John M. Buyers;
prayer-meeting Wednesday 8 p. m.,
John M. Buyers, leader.
First Presbyterian church, corner
Second East and Second South streets,
William W. M. Paden, D. D pastor,
John C. Lincoln, assistant Morning
service 11 o'clock, "A Good Report
Maketh the Bones Fat"; Sunday-school,
12:30 p. m.; Junior Christian Endeavor
r-oclety, 4:00; Young People's meeting',
0:30; evening service, 7:45, "Wakeful
ness." A cordial invitation la extended
Southwest Mission, corner Second
West and Mead streets Sunday-school,
4:00 p. m.; evening service, 7:45; preach
ing by Dr. W. M. Padcn.
German Evangelical service at the
East Side Baptist church, corner Third
South and Seventh EaBt; preaching 3
p. m.; no Sunday-school. All our Ger
man friends, strangers and children arc
cordially invited. Rev. G. A. Zimmer,
Our Savior's Evangelical Lutheran
church, Fourth East between Fourth
and Fifth South. Sunday services at
10:30 a, in., In English, and i p. m. in
Norwegian. You aro cordially Invited
to attend. A. G. H. Overn, pastor.
First Congregational Public services
at 11 o'clock, sermon by the pastor,
Rev. Elmer I. Goahen; Sunday-school,
12:30; young people's meeting C:15. Pub
lic cordially invited to all services.
Phillips Congregational church. East
Fifth South and Seventh cast, Rev. P.
A. Simpkln, pastor. Services this day
11 a. m. and 7:45 p. in.; morning sermon
and communion service with reception
of members; evening sermon, ;,Thc
Way Into the Kingdom;" Sunday
school, 12:15; C. E., 6:30; preaching ser
vices each night of next week at 8:30.
A cordial welcome to all these services,
Blight's Disease and
SAN FRANCISCO, May 2, 1904.
To the Women of Salt Lake City:
Some of you have loved ones stricken
with Brlght's Disease or Diabetes. Let
ino give you hopo. I can speak because
I know. I was stricken with Diabetes
myself. Only diabetics can understand
the tortures the hopelessness. I went
to the Women's hospital (one of our
best). They told mo I was Incurable. I
grew worse (sugar was 11 per cenp and
went to the Cooper Medical college for
examination. Same verdict Incurable.
Thoroughly discouraged I went home to
die. A Mrs. Clark, then living at 1013
Larkln street, called to tejl me there
was a euro and where to get it. The
third week the dreadful thirst dimin
ished. I began to sleep better and in a
year I wns perfectly well.
I have a largo boarding house on the
corner of Powell and Sutter. One of the
bo'arders is William White, formerly
Deputy City Assessor. He had to give
up his position due to Brlght's Disease
had been In both St. Luke's hospital
and the Waldcck sanitarium without
result when I learned what the troublo
was and told him he could get well. He
was swollen with dropsy, albumen was
heavy, heart was Involved and he felt
sure he could not recover. In a month
he began to mend and is now perfectly
Well. To the women of America I want
to say that Chronic Brlght's Disease
and Diabetes aro positively curable.
MRS. KATHERINE MATTHEWSON.
The above Is strictly true.
The above refers to the newly discov
ered Fulton Compounds, the first cures
the world has ever seen for Brlght's
Disease and Diabetes. We arc the oole
agents. Ask for pamphlet.
F. J. Hill Drug Co.,
Salt Lake City.
NEW LIBRARY BOOKS.
Tho following thirty books will bo add
ed to tho public library Monday morning,
May 9. 1901:
Barry Cardinal Newman.
Dcs Echcrollea Memoirs.
Hill Juniper Hall.
Hitchcock Louisiana Purchase.
Homans Self-Propcllcd Vehicles.
Ilulbort Pioneer Roads, vol. 1.
Hume Love Affairs of Mary Queen of
Kent Beginnings of Hebrew History.
Library of Congress Blblloceta Filipino;
Report Librarian, 1903.
Montague; Trusts of Today.
Smith, Ed. Eighteenth Century Essays
Steffens Shame of tho ClUcs.
Vlllard Memoirs, two volumes.
Wagner By tho Fireside.
Ward Problems and Porsono.
Blundcll Christian Thai.
Burgin Shutters of Silence.
Brown Curious Book ot Birds (Juve
nile). Harris Little- Union ScouL
Jcnks Dcfonso of tho Castlo (Juvenile).
Kingsley Singular Miss Smith.
Orcutt Robert Cavellcr.
Sherwood Story ojf King Sylvaln and
Wharton Descent of Man.
Whltson Rainbow Chasers.
AMERICAN FORK AND RETURN
Via Salt Lake Route, Thursday, 1
Special train will leave Salt Lako 7:30
p. m., arriving at American Fork at
8:30 p. in. Dancing at famous Apollo
Special train, returning, leaves Amer
ican Fork after dance.
Members of Congregation Montefioro
will please meet at undertaking parlor
of S. D. Evans today at 2 p. m.. to at
tend to the funeral of Mrs. J. Rout
bard. G. M. LEWIS, Sec'y.
Both Missouri and Pennsylvania have
displays of live fish In the Palace of
Forestry, Fish and Game at the World's
fair. The collections include all the
species of fish found in the streams of
those States and fill thlrty-flve tanks
and ono large pool.
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