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; The Salt Taktc Tampans? Wednesday MoesTjstg, JtonE 1, .1904.
I Woman Selects'
Her Own Coffin
' Noted New . York Physician lain
- Away in Casket Which. She
Had Picked Out
! lkTEW YORK, May 31. Dr. Anna
, l E. Park, said to have been
I the llrst woman admitted to
medical practice In Now
York, Is dead at the age of 7-i.
1 . Threo weeks ago, when In perfect
health, devoting herself to the care of
a number of charity patients whom she
had attended ever since her practical
retirement several years ago, she vis
ited an undertaking establishment and
Ii ioia me manager sue wisneu 10 ar-
rango for her funeral.
The undertaker, who knew her, was
startled. "You are perfectly well, doc
tor," ho said In protest over her hurry
to select a coffin.
I "I am well now, but fear tho end of
my labor Is near," replied the aged
woman. She chose a casket and robe
1 with care and arranged the details for
( her funeral before leaving the shop. A
I daughter of Di Park resides in Los
I Angeles, Cal.
I; Hair Specialists
For ladles and gentlemen. Miss Char
lotte Liyngberg and Miss Carrlo Iea
J ker. Formerly with Dr, Nell C. Brown,
j now at 417 to ill Constitution build-
j Ing; 'phone 2093-X.
II Soldiers Pursue Outlaws.
J MANILA, P I., May 31. MaJ.-Gen.
Wood hns returned from Zamhoanga,
inland of Mindanao, whero he has been
organizing a punitive expedition dla
4 patched In pursuit of the dato All and his
band of Moros from the Rio Grartdo, who
on tho 12th Instant surprised and massa-
I cred flfty-thrco Fillpjnos. men, women and
children, employees of tho Government at
j Camp Overton.
FAMOUS FRENCH ACTRESS.
Rejanc, the famous actress, has come out victorious In the llrst of the va
rious suits growing out of the divorce proceedings brought by M. Porel, her
husband, director of the Vaudeville theater, against her. M. Porel engaged his
wife to play In a series of pieces, and he alleged she has violated the contract
by not making a suitable change of programme, claiming $20,000 damages. The
court did not discuss the domestic aspect of the case, holding that Mme, Rejane
had sufficiently performed her contract, and gave costs against the husband.
j I IbK fflSSlS feSPUl I , -' battery must bnvc vitriol to act upon the
I BffjflPjl ,ither things and produce electricity.
y SSSv!! the other things to make thinking possible.
j 'A normal Brain sIiotvs 6 per cent of Phosphates while the brain of an insane person shows less, in
I one case only 2 per cent. This proves Brain-power and Nerve-force depend upon the quantity of Phos
phate of Potash the system assimilates from food. '
Certain parts of -Wheat and Barley contain these elements in their most effective form, but many
cannot digest enough to feed a busy Brain up to its FULL working capacity,' nor can they digest the
dead Phosphate of Potash taken from' the drug store. (Note WHITE FLOUR does not contain these
Phosphates, because they grow in the dark parts of wheat which the miller leaves out because of its
color. This explains why white flour is useless to restore Brain and Nerves.)
In GRAPE-NUTS food these elements are presented in the most liberal proportion, and in such
form any one can digest and assimilate them. .
' QOVERNMENT ANALYSIS proves GRAPE-NUTS THIRTEEN TIMES readier for assimilation
than oatmeal, and THREE TIMES more digestible than the average wheat food. This proves the val
H uable food elements of GRAPE-NUTS are ready to change into Brain-power and Nerve-force with least
delay and least tax on Liver and other organs.
H Also it explains why GRAPE-NUTS is acknowlegcdthcmost.scienliflc-Brain and Nerve food in
existence, which can be proved by trial. ; ' ;:y
j Copy of this greati Government Food Test sant free by Postum Ceraal Co., Ltd.,
HI Battle Creek, Mich., largest makers of Pr Foods in the world.
'The Food that Brains are made of."
wffimBniop is kercblMl i
W 'ft'riy A mother's health is reflected in her child. 82
El VT MiW A sickly woman cannot bring a healthy child into the world. In fact the KB j
M X. jJ XL health of hundreds of thousands of women is undermined by menstrual irregular- wgk j
fisv TjcfeTV ities bearing down pains and suffering from all kinds of female veakness that it is fig
YlY Ji impossible for them to bear children at all; but Wine of Cardri is working wonders WL -
jyyJJ) for American women in correcting the troubles which cause barrenness. MM
Jmf- 1TvyW?i$ -jlf Wine of Cardui strengthens the organs of womanhood and makes child- fg
iMM A fvO J$ bearing possible for every wife. It makes her desire a child, because it makes her 9
WKM W I IvT''TftV a perfectly healthy and normal woman. It cures menstrual irregularities, banishes HH
WKm U NALv V V l the pain and relieves the suffering of bearing down pains, eradicates leuconrhoea M
6 RrvJs. J Wine of Cardui is a medicine that any woman can take with benefit in the Qfi
MM WMfflKir. privacy of her home. It fits her for every duty of life. Will you commence the fc
ff j) treatment today? All druggists sell $1.00 bottles.
SllSfe- 'twj.r. .-rfc I was without children during thf first six years of married life, srifferinff with painful ffl
JF fLj ylLl periods and other aches and pains. I was a poor excuse for a wjfe, as I was not ablo to bo op MM
jmffmTF v more than half tho time and daily grew weaker and weaker. MR
jmBgm ' fr' A . Wine of Cardui clianged mo into a different woman in fire snort monLh3t mado mo mMx
MjBSftf 1 I j I -1 robunt and strong, ready and willing to assume sTriS a lf
'iWmmm It I W Vr,S the burdens and duties of married;, life. I am 'rf , Kca&a lnU SaiH
WHl I J v today blessed with a fine baby who is the pride 'vW. JUtAf ' r?& jjZW
lv 'fl L aV I of our home and this is all due to your medicine. ,,, W
HAVE THEIR INNING
Clever were the exercises given yes
.terdaj' afternoon in the Salt Lake The-
titer by the '01 Normal graduates.
Songs sparkling with wit, suggestive
scenes and clever drills were among
the features of the programme. It
began with a speech of welcome In
which President. Worlton extended
greeting to all present and warned the
Juniors and profs alike.
The llrst scene, entitled the beginning,
was most comical. The sights attend
ing registration were represented.
There were grandmammas with their
sons and daughters Just in from the
country. Attired in high-waters with
red bandnnna handkerchiefs around
their necks, and clad In papa's swallow
tall coat were the boys, while the
girls, with their hair done up In pig
tall bristles and wearing red flannel
skirts prover their equals in every re
spect. Awe-stricken and with wide
open mouths did these freshles and
their grandmamma's listen to the
wnoiesome acivice poured out hy the
wise professors, who were all declaring
the advantages to be gained by regis
tering. The forest scene, in the second act
was exceptionally beautiful. Girls clad
In red bonnets and boys attired In the
spring suits mado up the zoological
class out on a search for bugs, bees
and beedles. This part was followed
by a drill and song by six girls clad
in yellow and black gowns.
The scene representing the bache
lors' apartments and the pleasantries
connected with working through school
though extremely Jolly was tinged with
a streak of reality. Jim was Ironing
his trousers. Bill was washing his Sun
day shirt, Sam was off in' the corner
eating a crust of bread and doing a lit
tle geometry on the side. Harold was
declaiming his commencement oration,
while George was kindly reminding him
that some one else wanted to study.
The act ended with a drill, one of the
most pleasing parts of the programme.
The boys, clad In shirt waists, and the
girls, attired In white duck suits, went
through the most Intricate combina
tions and formations with sUch skill
that the. house would not cease its ap
plause until an encore was given.
A solo by Miss Ruth Dalqulst was
enjoyed and roundly applauded.
The next act opened with the. stu
dents lined up on both sides of the stage
and as they sang others behind a screen
acted those familiar scenes so often
seen at the hill school. J. JI, "Carlson
followed with some advice to the jun
iors. How he did exhort the coming
pedagogues to prepare themselves for
their work of self-sacrifice, to assume
an Imperious strut and always wear a
''Johnny dear" expression! He con
cluded by smoking the pipe of peace
Avith the junior president, to whom he
continued to pour out limitless advice.
The programme ended with a farewell
song which was given by all the mem
bers of the class.
FOR TREASURER CARBIS
County Treasurer Carbls has ap
pointed the following to assist in the
work of getting out the valuation no
tices for this year: airs. S. D. Sander
son. A. J. Cushlng, Jr., Theo C. Ray
bould, Fred Taylor, Enos Hoge, A. C.
Sadler. H". S. Anderson. K. C. Woollev,
M. M. Beaver, C. L. Ilannaman. A. L.
SImondi, A. R. Irvine, Lydia Weller,
George Thackrah and William Lange
backer. The men are to receive $3 and
the women ?2.50 per day. The appoint
ments were confirmed by the county
The commissioners also eonfirmed
several appointments made by County
Recorder Mceks. Joseph II. MacKnlght
has been appointed an assistant In the
onlce to take the place of Fred Jao.ucs
who has been promoted to the position
of second deputy, to 1111 the vacancy
.caused by the resignation of H. O.
Young. The other appointments were
made simply to readjust the office force.
Mr. MacKnlght'a position pays S75 per
month and Mr. Jaques as second dep
uty will draw ?S5 a month.
TWO MORE CHINAMEN
WHO ARE NOT WELCOME
Two Chinamen were busy yesterday
morning telling United States Commis
sioner Twomey how they happened to
be on earth. Ye Get. who wants tp
stay, claimed that he had a right to be
here because his father, a Chinese mer
chant In San Francisco,. brought "him to
the United States as a member of his
family. He was given until July 7 to
get evidence of the truth of his state
ment. Tai Howe, also charged - with'
being unlawfully in the United States,
alleges that he was born In tho United
States and went to China on a visit.
;Hls hearing was continued until June
1 A Good Doc-
1 tor and a Good 2
g Bragglst. S
3S Ono Is necessary to the other,
TOfl ,r( t'10 (cst resl,,ta fr0 10 be
(Jjl No matter how skillful a phy-
sloldii may he. how well the Jk
mtdlrliH- he prescribes Is suited yKf
to tho cants his best efforts are fflt)
set at naught, if a careless. In
competent druggist put3 up tho
Bring your prescriptions fj
here That Is tho surest guar- W
gfi antce that they will be com-
R? pounded as your physician
Kftn wishes them to be.
Drueh! & FranRen, f
H DRUGGISTS, W
Southeast Corner Main and X
Third South Streets, Salt w
raw Solo Agents for the Rexall mm
jL Remedies iK.
i TRUSS a
I SHFETY I
The Important thing In buying a fSt
J; truss Is that the right one bo se- I
lectcd and that It be rightful fitted 1
R "We can give superior service in 1
I fitting of trusses because we have I
B a large stock of the latest and beat H
H ones and make a study of fitting 1
H them. The better service costs a
j nothing extra. Wc have trusses
from $1.50 to J-'j 00. H
I DRUG COMPANY I
Is to buy where you can buy the best
goods for the least money. I sell honegt.
reliable Jewelry. Watches. Diamonds and
S? WreKSVS bU'
. THE JEWELER,
75 East Second South Street, botween
Commercial and State Streets
SALT LAKE TURF
California and Eastern Bacoa.
sIt's the Salt
kES0 Lake Stamp
X That Makes
flJM. 167 S. Wemple
V&aSgg2Sai 6alt Lake City.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
V S I Oeoloxical Survey. Washington, D.
C May 2b. lMt. Sealed proposals, in
duplicate, will bo received at the office of
.,e-r.Lnltutl States Reclamation Service,
at Reno. Nevada, until 2 o'clock p, m..
"H"y m1, for t,lc construction of about
37 miles of main distributing canals, in
volving about 1,500.000 cubic yards of
earthwork, with diverting dam, regulating
gates, spillways, falls, wclrs and bridges,
vthc.d,VGrslon and conveyance of about
liflO cubic feet of water per second from
Carson River at a point about A miles
west of Tveetvllle, Nevada, to Irrigable
'ands In Carson Sink Valley Bids will be
received on (A) Excavation and ombank
ment for one or moro divisions or all tho
work. (B) Ileadworks. (O Falls, snlll
ways. weira lateral hcadKatcs. and flpo
drains. (D) Highway bridges. Specifica
tions, form of proposal, und particulars
may be obtained after Mav 20, 1&01 bv
application to U H. Taylor. Reno. 'Ne
vada, and to the Chief Engineer of the
Reclamation Service, Washington D C
at whoso offices tho plan3 may be Inspect
,ia,ch ,b,,1,mst accompanied by a.
certlded check for $1000, payable to the
Secretary of the Interior, ns a guaranty
that Uie biddors will., if wjcccSsful
promptly executo a satisfactory contract
Jtnd fumiah bond in tho sum of 20 per cent
lh, flUithfnl P"-f"'-nanco of the work.
Tho right Is re.snrved to reject any or all
bids, tn walvn technical defects, or to
accept, ono part of a bid and reject, the
other, as tho interest of the sorvlca ma"
require. PropoHaJs raunt bo marked
'Proposals . for Distributing Canals
'fruckce-Carson Project, Nevada.'5 Bid
dors are invited to bo prcHont, Thos.
Ryau, Acting Secretary., - 33
TOR READERS OF THE
I ....SALT LAKE' SUNDAY....
j TEN GREAT STORIES OF 1
j Animals, Natmre aed The Sea. ;
j Short Stories of Lifa ;
s Ont Doors by the Bast
Authors of the Day.
Don't mlsB these fiction, gems. They go with the greatest '
Sunday newspaper ever published in Utah, and without extra charge.
IThey breathe the fragrance of tho field, the forest, the salt "breezes
of the ocean and supply tho "touch of nature that makes the whole
world kin." Here is the list:
"PARDNERS," by Ellsworth Kelly, June 5. I .
j "THE ORPHAN," hy Frank T. Bullen, June 12. D j
i "BIOGRAPHY OF A BEAVER," by W. D. Hulbert, June 19. j
I "THE SMUGGLERS," by Albert Sonnichsen, June 26. i
"LOST," by "W. H. Boardman, July 3. j
"TWO OF A KIND," by Ellsworth Kelly, July 10. ' J
"CALL OF CAPTAIN RAMIREZ," by Frank T. Bullon, July 17 '
"KING OF THE TROUT STREAM," by W. D. Hulbert, July 24
"THE MUTINY," by Albert Sonnichsen, July 31. k!
j "THE MINISTER," by W. H. Boardman, August 7. j
I m--W aVes Labr Temper, Time I
H ffl IilKht heart, llffht work ond whiter muslin aro tbe
II T haPPycomblnation3ofcondlUoDathatfollowthousoof if
I Pmlt K3lNGSFORD,s 1
I If I I fjll? SILVER GLOSS STARCH I
M tfli I ! .bocaaf It never dleappolnU-never vorica I .
I Iff I M S-'Ar-e InnnalUypr rojuilts. Mnkci tbe masltaUrm,
mil if MiKSW ,e,ft,,Uo aa dlrurwlatlvo; keeping It clean I
Mil i ft' IQlai '?n?rnndrequlrtnglofl8laborattholroalnir. P
M II , nVWv poenpest because pureu A otarch that has N
nil y S 'fiy) bodytolt Sold by oil dealers. I
' 'Lf.i ,, , ..,.,11 1 I oav,CGO STARCH FACTORY, OSWCCO. H. Y. H
11 The Gin Rickey season is on, nnd our stock is replete 1
with the finest gins, by case, bottle or barrel. Tom, B
Plymouth and Gordon gins always the best of every- ?
M (thing. my
'i RIEGER & UNDLEY.
j "The Whiskey Merchants." I
I At ! NOW! j
I m s I FOR YOUR STRAW HAT. I
1 r5HIf AF1 C I Don,t try t0 l00 Pleasant in last
I OOl lUII 3 I yftar,s sirav? hat- You can't do it. J
1 1 1110 straw hat weather has sent men I
H G scrambling here for straw hats. H ;
1 fOPi W. luckily we had our straw hats all 9
E sJ9iLj & i ready. Today every new style is here. jj
I I The smart- hats this season are iho a s
I H new shapes in Sennet and Split g s
PJJUHjgJg Straws, Mackinaws, Milan Braids,
; We have all widths of brims and heights of crowns. Come here i J
with your straw hat notions. M
j We start our straw hats at 25c and go by easy steps up to S2,50. I -j
BARTON CO., n
ONE-PRICE CLOTHIERS AND HATTERS, 45-47 Main Street.