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J SAJDT LAKE CITY, SUNDAY MORXTNG, AUGUST 14, 19C4.
iiprimiii nriii mi i ii l ui a (1 U ST
Eht, by S S McClurc Co )
Kfdrawn his number In the
Eformcd to speculnto on the
Brim o the shli a privilege
feat him ?1, and gave him
Rjjn tea Frederick Baddlng-jfrsmoklng-room
2ic to whero hi3 wife "was
;r stcamer-chalr. snugly
jalnst the fresln breeze
tn the sea by a heavy
Ho tossed his cigar over
sat down beside her. She
ttractlve woman; even at
nly a few women retain
oks, and he was very fond
ve been thinking about the
ie said. "Tbey; arc Just
l smiled. He knew his wife
he had been expecting the
! his immigration bill ever
lip left Rotterdam. One
heir trip abroad for the
Vwwvn his rioslre to cather
Material In support of the
jit he Intended to introduce
Rtvsesslon of Congress. He
mlmself when he thought how
-pints they had met during
-flk Surely their had been
Cecil at London, and none
Ekssy circles In Paris, and in
Krlonds they had not found
Fy extent either In the inusi
ppears to bo a heavy steer
(he said. There had been
wcr than, second cabin on
)yer from New York,
ihdred and sixty," she an
rjlBhe was of good Yankee
itd took a just pride In llg
f. Ian omen or -a coincidence,
htly. . ' It Is just the size of
ily in tho district last fall."
forgotten that," she replied,
ertninly was of interest.
n. Frederick Baddlngton was
!of Congress. There are Con
cho have been abroad sev
He had been one of that
nber who spend their sum
iinerlcan resorts, not assum
rjktpowlcdge of foreign condl
ret hand is necessary in the
!fc making national laws,
ilngton Mrs. Baddlngton was
alzed as a political factor.
(uue 10 ine skiului niajiu.jii;
fcr husband, who made It ap
81h his honif the conBldera
lUIcal matters was ruled out;
i) Pre v.'as a perfect domestic
fi Sing as to the real part
jils wife In his political ca-
ti ton had been well aware of
J 1he entered the transitory
d city and State politics that
I Ithe way for his seat In Con-
:f (man of university training
i liured tastes, he would have
I 'energy to his private busl-
burled his talents in his own
(definitely, had not his wife
icm elsewhere. At the time
)j. yo write he was, In many
fa typical representative of the
57 wt In his district, not a poll-
(l the common acceptance of
; ibut an honest, conscientious
' Slsuccessful In business, and,
Hi', well posted as to the
Ijira in lua pari, ctl hit
cntleman In society, and
having fair literary ot-
discussion' of the subject
ted at that point by tho
ie dinner bell, and It was
e following morning, as
on their after-brealrfast
hat It way resumed1,
(vn In the steerage before
J." said Baddlngton, as
the end. of the promenade
mid look to tho steerage
o lost Interest in tho gray
sea, from which the fog
Ing. "What did you find?"
a sorry lot," he replied.
ts bill, even if It was do
not half strong enough."
ofs bill bad aimed at a
Ictlon of Immigration, but
to pass the last Congress,
olltlcal reaeons, and portly
' falluro of the "Western
(ET;ii se us importance.
(IjMMUington's district tire senti
n 8,tro"ETl' In favor of It.
Wftaa pointed out tho opportu
?rre the Senator had
'JSR ? nl8unL A more vigorous
TKii 010 facts at nla ctm
, compel o. favorable hear-
K?CH' might mean as an ul
iK election as the Sen
JnKh ,f r thes-' reasons it
IBind ? Mrs' Bddlngton that
ftHG lh avilast rlously In-
IK VfiV0 the dlacunslon as
HW "5herc they could look doi-n
"OF WAT ABB YW77mWG?2T CTEP
upon the mass of unwashed and un
kempt humanity on the lower deck.
"The doctor took me with him on his
rounds' this morning," said Baddlngton.
"There are at least a dozen.' nationali
ties, and many families appear to be
"If that could be shown, would they
bo allowed to land In New York?" Bhe
"Certainly not," he replied. "Of what
are you thinking?"
"Of your -future."
"Thank you. And your plan?" He
knew that she had one in mind.
"When we reach New York you must
turn, back as many of those people as
possible." she said. "The newspapers
will send men to Interview you, and
you will talk. It will pave tho way for
your Immigration bill."
"Mary, you are a born politician," ho
said, with spirit.
"I am your obedient wife," she re
plied, and left him to think over, what
she had suggested.
While Baddlngton was not a politi
cian In the common sense, his power of
political perception was entirely good,
and the longer ho considered his wife's
suggestion, the clearer he recognized
Its feasibility. Now that h? was pre
pared to make a systematic study of
the steerage, he regretted his Inability
to speak any but his own language, and
I... 1- - T 1 1 Win
in ins iiecesMsuy in? iuuiwu. u.uuui mui iui
an Interpreter. He found one In tho I
person of a Chicago man, Frank Lou
ber by name, a genial fellow, somewhat
past the prime of life. They became
good friends under the advances made
by the Congressman. His wife was ob
servant, but hold her peace for a couple
of days. Then she asked her husband
for a report of progress.
"We are progressing capitally," he
told her. It was late In the afternoon,
and their chairs were set forward,
whero they could watch the setting sun;
for the ship was In the Gulf stream,
and tho sea was a mass of undulating
color. There were young people prome
nading the deck, and friendly groups
were looking over the rail; whtlo from
the steerage below there came the
sound of laughter, and of wild Assyrian
The lower deck swarmed like an ant
hill, for the comber dullness of the flr9t
storm had been cleared away by the
sunsnine, which whs reuecicu m iu
blight headdresa of the women, and the
fantastic shirts and vests worn by tho
men, Thero .was a deckhouse well for
ward, and this was now crowded with
Immigrants, seated with their bocks to
tho wind, while In tho midst of them,
on a great coil of rope, a young couple
sat simply, with arms about each oth
er's waists, In tho ecstasy of a happy
courtship. Perfect health was stamped
upon their faces. All else about thorn
bespoke absolute poverty.
"If cleanliness Is next to Godliness,
they are the most God-forsaken people
that I have ever seen," the ship's doctor
had said to Baddlngton. The Congress
man repeated the statement to his wife,
and added: "They don't know the first
thing about sanitary laws and fully half
of them will be upon the State within a
month after they land."
"If thoy land," suggested his wife.
"Yes, if they land," ho corrected,
Baddlngton was a systematic worker,
and on the fifth day he had made such
progress in his Investigation that the
first draft of his proposed immigration
bill was written. It went oven farther
than tho Senator's had ventured, but
with tho data that he would have at
hand, ho hoped to bo able to carry It
through to a triumphant passage.
Aided by Louber, he was now at work
on tho subject of wages paid to tho Im
migrants In their own country. He al
ready had found that If they were will
ing to work for double, and. In many
cases, for quadruple what they had rer
celved In their villages, the rate would
atlll bo so low as to prove a menace to
American workmen. If he could learn
something more definite- of their ante-
cedents, It would aid his object greatly.
It was at this point that he rriado an Im
It was on a Saturday morning, and
going Into the ateeruge with Louber ho
found the Roumanians two hundred or
more Jews gathered aft, as far away
as possible from their fellow passen
gors, for worship. For tho time being
the place had become- a synagogue, and
In the absence of a rabbi one of the
elders was reading from the Scriptures.
His head, a type of tho raco. was cov
orod In port by a little round hat, and
! a silky beard, streaked with gray,
reached nearly to his waint. The atti
tude of the congregation was peculiarly
devout, and the faces of the men were,
for the moment, lifted above the sordid
surroundings of the dingy, littered deck
to a higher spiritual plane. In which
there was both pride and a hope of the
"Clannish people." suggestod Bad
dlngton, as they stood a little apart,
watching tho service.
"They came from tho eamo village,"
replied the Chicago mail.
"Indeed!" said the Congressman.
"How did that happen?"
"They have suffered both from taxes
and persecution, and the people of tho
village have been raising a fund for a
year, to pay the passage of these, the
most unfortunate, across- the Atlantic."
"So they land as paupers!"
"Not exactly. They go to friends who
left the village a year ago, and who
have been saving from their earnings
against. the time of tho. coming of these
people. . But that Is not tho point,
Thes Roumanians havo tramped
across Europe to Holland, three month3
I by the way, footsore by day, and un
' sheltered In the open country at night,
in order to reach Rotterdam and take
passage upon this boat." .
"You arc certain that they tramped
across Europe In order to immigrate?"
"Their chief men have told me In their
own tongue, and they do not He," re
Baddlngton returned to th3 saloon
deck for reflection. The plcturo of
those believing people turned back at
New York, after their weary weeks of
tramping, came back sharply before hie
mind. Ho could not get tho women and
the children out of his mind, and he
came very near stating the case to hla
wife for her Judgment upon It
But his wife had met a nobleman
traveling incognito, and dragged him
away for an Introduction. In the even
ing he rejoined Louber, tramping tho
deck for his after-dinner cigar, and af
ter a turn or two on the loe side of tho
ship he brought up the subject of the
"I can't get those Roumanians out of
my mind," he said. "It was only a few
miles from Rotterdam, at Delfshaven,
that the Pilgrims first set sail for
America. What was It that Influenced
these peoplo to go there?"
Louber stopped short in his walk and
faced him. "Mr. Baddlngton," he said,
I wonder sometimes Just how well
you native Americans understand your
own country. I am a German, by birth,
and while that country Isn't a criterion
lie k m
Zwy ?j?&JzycAf His
for oppression, I have gained: soma
knowledge of the conditions of tho peo
ple In other lands. I want to tell you
that where the United States Is bes-t
known Is not Berlin and ParLs, but In
the hills of Roumanla, the villages of
Armenia, and the desert of Syria,"
"I don't bellevo that I quite under
"You have heard of the ancient cities
Baddlngton smiled. "I have some rec
ollection of them," ho replied. "I was
a pupil at one time In a New England
Louber did not heed the answer. "Tho
United States Is the rofuge to which tho
oppressed of every land are looking,"
he said. "They don't come to you to
overturn your Institutions. Thoy come,
asking only for the right to satlsfj'
their hunger, to give their children
something better than a life of poverty
or dishonesty, to find a peaceful resting
place before old age forbldn them to
wander farther. Dirty? Of course,
they are dirty, sir. They've b?en In
the dust so long that every sentiment
but love of family and faint ambition
has been stifled within them."
Ho spoke with uuch real eloquence
that Baddlngton felt hla blood stirring
only as It did when he threw himself
Into the arena of debate in Congress
"You Ky that thoy have ambition," he
said. "How can you prove It?"
"How can I prove It? I know It, won
when I don't realize a tenth of the am
bitions that exist among them. "What
are the ambitious of tho first cabin deck.
I am going back to my business; you to
your politics. Mr. Slcdcor over there 1b
L- " "
a Judge. Dr. Mycr can afford to leave
his patients whenever he wishes to go
abroad. Jones, who throws away his
money In tho smoking-room, made it In
the silver mine;?. They are all prosper
ous and know to what they are return
ing. Now look over the rail at the
scene down there In the twilight Do
you see that young couple on the coil
of rope? They have been together for
the greater part of three days, It looks
absurd enough on the face of It, but
they are only anticipating a happy home
In the land that they have never seen.
"Look at the old man still trying to
read hie book. I was talking with him
this morning. He lo a scholar, but an
Armenian, and he saw his wife and
daughter murdered in Turkey. Then
look at that brown-sklnnf-d lad looking
at the sea. He told me that his sister
was thrown Into prison for repelling
the Insults of a tax collector In Rus
sia." He paused for a moment and snapped
the thumb and forefinger of his right
hand vigorously, as though the action
relieved him of the tension under which
he was laboring. "They come to you In
their Ignorance, knowing far more of
your lrtnd and your customs than you
dream," he, continued. "They are not
cultured, and err because they still cling
to their own customs. But I tell you
that at heart they are safe. Thoy will
and their children will become the real
"But your proof?" asked Baddlngton,
"I came over in the steerage myself
forty-five years ago, and both I and my
sons have fought for your flag since
then," replied Louber, and walked away
Baddlngton paced1 the deck alono for
half an hour. He was beginning to re
gret not having completed his education
earlier in life with a study of European
conditions. His data on the American
side of the Immigration question were
sound. He knew the dangers of a low
ered standard of wages, the relative In
crease In pauperism and crime due to
the foreign element, and the undesirable
quality of certain "machine mado" citi
zenship. Y'et there now stared him In
the face this other side of the question
the pilgrimage from Roumanla to nearly
that same port in Holland from which
his own honored ancestors had set eail
for the same land of refuge nearly three
centuries before. The first mate, who
met him once on his solitary promenade,
told him that the ship mjght sight land
before another night, and this warned
him of the necessity of a speedy decision
as to the course that he should follow
when New York was reached.
A ship bound from America to Europe
sails at night Into the cold East, but
homeward bound again It seeks at sun
set the golden West The mate's pro
phecy came true, and by early evening
there was land hard ahead In the yel
low haze that hung over tho sea. Every
body was upon the docks of the ship,
and the Congressman and his wife stood
with others looking over the- rail Into
the changing West
"Fred, there was a burial at sea this
morning," Mrs. Baddlngton said, sud
denly. "1 had not heard that," he replied.
"It was a child In the steerago, ill
Blnco that day of the storm," she said.
"A priest read the service and they
dropped the body Into the sea In a saok.
Tho mother fainted, though she has five
poorly clad children left It was an aw
ful thing!" .
The Baddlngtono had lost their only
son when a child. Tho Congressman
understood why the Incident had so
deeply touched his wife.
"I have been thinking that It will bo
a great disappointment to many of these
people to be Bent back," she continued.
"I inquired about the woman who lost
her child. She 1b going to her husband,
who settled in Syracuse six months ago.
Isn't it possible Just possible, you
know, that we may have ben hasty In
our conclusions? Aro either of us, Fred,
great enough to bo the judge of all these
It was a real effort for her to make
this speech, but she was bound to do It.
because It seemed right for her to do so.
The death of the child had changed her
whole view of the question, and If her
husband still desired to carry out the
plan that she had urged upon him, ho
must do It without her further aid.
"After all, if these people were really
prosperous and happy, thoy would not
vnmo tn ns nnd there would be
no need of Immigration laws," he said,
bo kindly that she looked up Into hlB
"See them now," she replied, directing
his attention to the deck below. "You
would hardly know them for the peoplo
who came aboard the ship."
Tho steerage passengers had cast
away their remaining rags, and were
dressed in clean and not unattractive
garments. They had swarmed forward,
and were hanging over the rails, their
faces, too. toward the west. They
crowded the bows, and the lovers stood
arm In arm on the vantago ground of
their coll of rope, chattering loudly, re
gardless of the rest of thelr'world.
The outline of the land grew moro dis
tinct, until the islands of tho outer har
bor stood revealed. A wild shout rang
out from the lower deck, and a Jew with
a flowing beard and a round velvet cap
threw his hands straight above his hoad
and began to recite from tho Scriptures.
Tho young man whose arms was about
the girl suddenly discovered that his
coll of rope was a rostrum, and prepared
to address the peoplo below him. He
clapped his hands, and the wild murmur
of the throng gradually became hushed.
On the deck above, Mrs. Baddlngton
had Just aBkcd her husband what steps
he had decided to take against tho im
migrants, when she paused to llBten to
the curious rounds coming from below.
A few voices were wavering In a song,
gathering courage as other? Joined them,
until from the unintelligible chorus
there finally came the clearly defined
strains of a well-known air.
"Do you hear It? Do you hear It?"
asked Mrs, Baddlngton, excitedly.
"I hear it."
"Trey are trying1 to sing 'America.' "
The CongT&ssman had been tearing a
slieet of closely written paper into small
pieces. "'Mary, thereoee the first and
last draft of my Immigration bill," he
said, as he threw It from his hand.
The pieces fell In a tiny shower upon
the hoods of the steorage-
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Somothlng that foreign outlaws should
bo mado to underatind. ROBERT.
Vacation brings Idyllic thoughts of eaoe
By placid lako beneath the swaying trees,
Or roaming ovor meadows' glorious
Or mountain's oratcn with rills betweon.
Let's hlo away. Thlo partrldgo-berry
With Its twin flowors will form a wreath
About onr FIRST whoa primitive wo
And sco tho clovor ovor all thG heath.
Iti Gothic trefoil and Its crimson TWO;
Amid tho wilder FINAL of tho woods
Behold tho golden dandelion BtrayB,
And corcopBls with Its yellow r.aya
Wliich spring above tho THIRD llko rosy
And there's tho larkcpur heavenly blue.
And yondor soo those crimson mush-
My poncll cannot paint them but why
Porfcct and rich as cut from garnet true,
And held In sunlight Smooth as pearl
And underneath carved In .rich ovon
Ono lino from edtfo to stem, all flaw re
moves. This branch of maplo, dead and fallen
But llchon-dccked, as If a perfect showor
Of butterflies hus cho.son It to crown,
Whon weary in tholr liappy noonday
That dollcately purplo labiate fiowor
Go tarry In thoso rogions of delight!
A. L. S.
2132 A GEOGRAPHICAL HOUSE PAR
TY. Tho capital of tho United Statos was at
homo on his estate, a city In Ohio, and re
ceived the following Invited guests. Thoro
waa tho Virgin Queon, a city of New
Jersey, and In attendance on hor, as us
ual, tho capital of North Carolina. It will
bo seen that it was a rather motley group,
for thero wero presont a city of Prlnco
Edwards Islands, nnd his great antago
nist, a town In Tcnry county, O., and alao
that old-tlmo wrltor of hymns, a county
In Wost Virginia, and tho Iron Chancel
lor, tho capital of North Dakota, The
army was represented by tho old African
general, a city In Missouri, by that dash
ing cavalry olllcer. a county In Nebraska,
and that Indian fighter, a county In In
diana. As If to soften tho asperities of
war by tho comforts of religion thoro
were also presont the capital of Minne
sota, and tho two Apostles, a city In Now
Brunswick and a city In Canadn. Tho
host had several guestB who had hold tho
same oxaltud post aB himself, two of
whom, a county In Washington and tho
capital of Nebraska, had suffered a mar
tyr's death, another was a city of Ohio.
Of explorers thoro wore that African
traveler, a county in Louisiana, tho
French Jesulle. a city In MIchlaan, and
tho old frontiersman from Kentucky, a
river In Iowa. An If to settlo all vorbal
disputes which might arlso, thoro woro
firoBont tho two lexlcographora, a county
n Mississippi, and a city In Massachu
Emblem of purity,
Yot for a surety
I am not spotlcso though dainty am I;
Whlto as the fleecy snow,
Brown as a nut I grow,
Changing my name us tho soasono go by.
Long ugo, royalty
Only laid claim to mo.
Now I am used by tho rich and the great;
Many n3plre to me,
Look at me longingly, '
Yot I am small and of louiy estate.
Beauty my horltage;
Too faint my courage Is;
Pass I my lifetime alono and In fear.
M unkind lnuIdlouH
Treacherously rob mo of all I hold dear,
E. E. a
The great campaign begins. Already ths
principals havo entered tho arona and
donned their Rauntlets. Manly foes thoy
look as they face eaoh other: each cour
ageous to the backbone, with norvea of
steel, and recordn of which thoy may be
justly proud, with civic virtues undenia
ble. Purkor, tho incorruptible Judge; his
opponent, tho ardent advocate of tho
sirnnuous Jlfo, await tho "crack of the
Already the Impatience of the spectators
becomes manifest, as here and thero loud
buzzahs and shouts aro heard: "Three
choors for tho Democratic Party! PUP!
hip! hooray! for tho TWO." "Down with
tho strenuous life." "Bully for tho Btronu
ouh FIVU," and "Hooray for Parker and
Tho THREE of tho Whlto House are sel
dom open to FOUR, as tho SIX of tho
Executive should not be Intruded upon,
but during a Presidential campaign tho
ouetom Ie modified.
The attitude of tho present Incumbent
of the Whlto Houbo toward "Trusts" may
provo an Ineroolblo SEVEN on his poltl
cal chaructor, and lead to his cortaln ojco
tlon. But many will rely on tho EIGHT
methods of his supporters, who dub thom
nclves his ' Dog8 of War." Othor can
NINE appellations thoy will hurl at their
apgrcseors, who may bo obliged to take
ovon Teddy .Tone's scalp, before thoy may
hope lo "turn tho rascalB out."
A small coasting schooner was rounding
Tho skipper was watching for rock-reef
The passenger lounged In tho shodo or tho
With a suit of whlto duck, and a Panama
Then up rono a cloud-billow, darkening
And tho Btorm-Bpuit called on tho wind
for a blast.
Tho first Htraln was shrill; "Bis1" Tho
second was shriller;
"TWO!" Down camo a sail, and envel
oped tho tlllor.
Tho Dnssonger, roused from a dozo, had
Renrnrk that tho skipper waa "mad
THREE a ONE-TWO "
Tho ond of his Bcntonco was novex qulto
With a crash and A SHATTER, tho ves
Hel was beached.
All sared. though tho soboonor will nocd
But the passenger puts on a martyr's own
Ho lost his now ONE on that tragical
Whorcat ho la mad, though tho ONE-
TWO la not. H
M. C. S. H
2130. HEADINGS. H
I am pain. Glvo me a beverage nnd 1 H
am what a Manx cat has not. Glvo mo IH
a vcgotabln and I am a vexel, Glvo mo H
a bird and an InBect and I am a place of H
r -"n"mcnt and what one can get out H
ETHEL PAYNE. B
2137. TRANSPOSITIONS. H
From enrly English history H
Wo full mnny a talc. IH
Ono tells of how a fair-haired slave 1
In Rome, exposed for sale, H
Was seen by good Popo Gregory, H
"Who aokod tho prisoner' nation.
"Not then, by was H
His Highness' exclamation. 1
Let not soma modern '" say H
Tho legend Is not truo! jH
I'd rathor far believe In all H
The old myths Wouldn't you? iH
M. E. B IH
213S. CHARADE. ll
Tho judgo seems ONE as cold as TWO IH
When meting TOTAL to a sinner, IH
Excopt when it 1h proven true IH
That erring ono's a young beginner, . Ml
And then ho melts with tondorncsd IH
That Hecks the erring ono to bless. IH
An attractive and pleasing prize will bo
given for each of the following:
1. The best lot of anowers for tho month.
2. Tho beat list of geographical names IM
answering No. 2122.
The solutions whether ono or several
each time arc to be forwarded in weekly
Installments, and full credit will be given
each competition when tho awards oro
mado. In caso of doubt, neatness or other
special merit of ono of tho nearest com
plcto lists will count
2123. Flowers, lower, owe. u
2123. Olive, live. -
2124. Sllont, listen, tinsel. JM
212S. Form, from.
2123. Blown, low, O.
Tho tbreo rcqulsllus of facial beauty aro '
rounded foatures, absence of winkles and a i
Hno complexion, and she Is a wtee woman. 'iH
bloBsed with thooo favors, who -will atrivo j
by every means to preserve, or, If loat, ro-
itore them. t JH
Dr. Charles Flesh Food, tho greatest of JM
bcautlllers to-day, Is tho result of ycais of, j jH
rtudy and experience by Dr. Ofcarle. a
physician of high standing In his profession.
nnd his preparation la tha only ono In tho i
world recognised and Indorsed by tho mcdl- j
cal fraternity. It Is positively the only
preparation known to science whloh with.
oat tho uso of medicines and tonlca -will fH
round out tho hollowod, thin cheek or ftH
icrawny nock with Arm, healthy flcah. For
removing- wrinkles from tho face, neck and ElH
hands it acts llko manic oao application
often showing a decided Improvement, w- fi
pcdally when tho furrow la dep.
For developing tho bust or to mafco the jjl
brcra at firm, largo and beautiful, nothing xjH
can equal it To prevent tho breast from 11
shrinking, mothers should alwayo uso Dr 3
Charles Flcoh Food after weaning baby. It nlH
vrlll also restoro a boaom to Its natural con
tour and beauty lost through thl causo.
Wo earnestly warn ladles to avoid sub
otltutos of Dr. Charles Flash Food, Bo
that tho namo and portrait of Dr. ChzrJeit
Is on tho box before purchasing. Wo also 11
warn ladlc-n not to uso any other cream on llH
the fftco. as Dr. Charles' Flesh Food Is guar jH
onteod not to promote tho crcsetli of hair. IjH
od Dr Charles Flesh Food Is $100 a box. but IH
to Introduce It Into thousands of new homes
lta proprlotorB havo decided to send two (2)
boxes to all who answer this advertisement
and nond them $L00. All packages aro sent ilH
in plain wrappere Hl
On sale at F. J. Hill Drug Co., COc a box.
Also other druggists and department ftH
pTTTpc? A sample box Jest enough to 1i
j convince you of th grnt 11
jnorlt of Dr. Charles Flesh Food win b
oent rrw for 10 cents, which pays for corJ lll
Qt mafllnff. Wo will also sond you our 11
IIlUBtraXod book. "Art of 3lajac," Widen ffi
fion tolas all tho proper movoruonta for mns- jH
easing tbs faca, nock and arm, and full
(Jlrcctioaa or dovoloping tho bust Addri
OR. CHARLES CO.. 108 Fnlloa St.. fegYcrU !
FIRE! FIRE! FIRE! I
and thero goes your property. Insured"'
If vou are, you have an anchor to tho ffl
windward. No? Well, this ought to start ffiH
you to thinking. Better think now, be-
fore tho flro comes. You know nbout "the diH
Btltch In time." Take the stitch today by nB
aeolne us. irll
HOME FIRE INSURANCE II
CO. OF UTAH, II
6 SO. MAIN ST. H