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BPMMPAY MOMSEffl, SEPTEMBER 14, 190-i. THE SALT LAKE TBIBUftTE. " PAGE ELEVEN
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'WRITE THEFO U R CO-ORDI-lEis
of uTc A. A. S. Rlto of Free
t?Rhold stated meetings the third
5iir In wch month at Lnlty hall.
iw Second East street. Sojourn-
KwiJuamS lynch. :t icg.n
-4Krdan Lodge of Perfection No 2.
aWALTER SCOTT. K. C. C II..
CTmm Lowo Chapter Rose Croix
0. RHOADES, K. C. C. H..
MjMger Salt Lake Council KaUosh
'FRED CLEM SCHRAMM
kiMtt of K. ITtah Consistory No. 1.
?it6pHER DIE1IL. 33deg
Registrar for All the Bodies.
SSfeGENTA-" LODGE NO. 3 P.
i fiCA. M. At Masonic hall, fltst
N?Kay of each month. Members
Relator lodges and sojourning
XImSkP SHERWOOD. W.M.
tfcc. PHILLIPS, Secretary.
'TCH LODGE NO. 1. F. AND A
v ''onlc hall, second Friday each
5?WUembors of sister lodges and so
gijbrethren In good ndlnln-
fcmiAii LODGE NO. 2. F. AND
1 Kisonlc hall second Monday each
Members of sister lodges and so
"brcthrcn In good standing In-
JAMES II. BROWN. W. M.
1 flyTOPHER DIEHL. Secretary.
atmLAH TEMPLE, A. A. O, N. M.
LWcdncsday of each month. Ma--liMrat
S p. m. All nobles sojourn-
SeC. F. JENNINGS. Potentate.
W I. 0, O. F.
S KtyToDGE No. 17. I. O. O. F..
fcry Wednesday night at 8 o'clock.
tip. temple. Visitors welcome
Bt H. J CREAGER, N. Cr
folTH. S--lzry. yjC
pTF TEMPLE DIRECTOR"! :
Eato lodges meet as follows:
edge No. 1. Thursday,
kku lodge No 2, Friday.
Hodge No, 3, Monday.
WIedce No. 9, Thursday,
(rise lodge No. 15, Wednesday,
p'lodge No. 17, Wednesday.
;Iodce No. 22, Monday,
h jmcampment No. 1, second and
tRule encampment No. 1, first
Rebekah lodge No. 1, second and
ifRebckah lodgo No. G, first and
DDMEN OF THE WORLD.
BINE CIRCLE NO. 41 MEETf
jesday, S o'clock, at I. O. O. F,
R MAPLE CIRCLE NO. 10S
rery Friday night at I. O. O. F.
jjxAL UNION OF AMERICA
3REEN LODGE NO. 151 MEETS
raday at I o. o F temple.
9, B -.V . xai A YO. P. M.
OUGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
iTHE MYRTLE LODGE NO. 1.
mday, K, of P. hall.
f H A. JOPLIN, C. C.
HOMPSON. K of R. & S. uS96
LT-; LODGE NO. 23, K. OF P..
cry Tuesday evening, S o'clock.
u MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3.
baredny evening. K. of P. hall.
j?3I.-SALT LAKE TENT NO. 2.
Mrsday. L 0. O. F. hall. Vlslt
HES OF THE MACCABEES.
rfLAKE CITY IUVE NO.
f"' flrnt and third Tuesday, S p
'0, F. hall
ERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
'LAKE AERIE NO. G7. EVERY
tjp. m.. A. Q. U. w. hall.
L1LY LODGE NC. 2. FIRST
d Tuesduy, R r. m., A. O. U. W.
COUNCIL. 1517. 2ND AND 4TH
iy Jennings block.
gPXES 'kckd? RCge"U
BROTHERHOOD OF AMER
'? LODGE NofTsTvlEY'lST
ghuraday. L Q, p. p. temple.
I Rates to Eastern Points
Sf a?ply vIa the Nickel Plate
w. Us Lastc-rn connections to all
itfc?.W York Ncw England and
in w ,Thrce ivans to
v' F'ndln'. Cleveland, Eric,
S?6.W rk and Boston. Stan
Win nent on all trains. Meals
P dining-cars on American club
gBins In price from 35c to $1 00
-if .f00 GOc T1,c Eastern ter
i&ii ,ckel Plnte roa1 ftrt
Sf t0, tC,n m,,lut from all
hrt. nhl? fl,0ck8' and tll(f service
f for 6t-f,a- No excesa fare
hart- I For Particulars
grles E Johnson, district pns-
Scr Vr,0m I0,5 Century bulld
tSlon.Ch,CUB llCPOt' La
JIa Oregon Short Line,
and return ,. V no
Sh P..H lurn v,a Chicago 4S.75
fnd Wm!,U,11 "Pero via Union
"id abash lines.
.on sale Tueadays and Fridays
Icket nn?60? for Particulars.
Vim 18Tth' v,a - s- L- Iiound
K5d S?n.He,rmUaBe 111 sden
m nQ tnl trout and chicken
Trstaiie's Ogdeo Boreaol
V. 24S6 "WASHINGTON AVE. TELEPHONE 111. S
g Hvortlsine Eates Fnrnlohed on Application. S
"' '"" "" ' ' "' "inniw i mi i i ll li li I t III 11 ' W I il 4 'i'
ARRESTED IN IDAHO FOR
STEALING SHEEP IN UTAh
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Sept. 13. Joseph Walker,
charccd with stealing: sheep, is under ar
rest at American Falls, Ida., and will he
brought to Ogden for trial.
The chase began some weeks ago, when
a number of sheep disappeared from T.
H, IJallantyno's ranch, near Monte Chrls
to. Walker was suspected and suddenly
disappeared. During the races hero on
Labor day "Walker was seen at the track
and the Sheriff notlllcd, butt, as Mr. Bal
lantyno could not recognize him nothing
was done. -
The following day the same man was
reported at the slock yards and Deputy
Sheriff Bclnap was sent down to Inter
view him. Walker was found, but when
the Monto Chrlsto affair was mentioned
he pulled a gun on the officer and aald:
"I know what you want me for. It
Isn't that sheep business. If It was 1
might go, but you want to send me back
to Kansas and I'll die llrst. It's you or
me for It right now, and you had better
drive on. I'll never bo taken alive."
Bclnap drove off and Walker crossed
the tracks, stole a bicycle belonging to a
switchman and rode south. The switch
crew Jumped onto their engine and
chased the man to Thirtieth street, where
ho left the wheel and entered a barn. As
tho railroaders attempted to surround
him Walker again pulled his gun and
drove them away and disappeared. Sun
day ho was seen at Promontory, which
put the ofllcers on the trail.
Bclnap reached home tonight with two
prisoners Instead of one. Besides Walker
ho brought home Ralph Douglas, who
was arrosted at the request of the Sheriff
of Salt Lake county for robbing a barber
ahnn ATiimiv flnii(lnq tn nlrlfrfl nn
Tho Ogden sugar factory Is ready for
business and will begin at once on tho
season's run. Tho factory will begin re
ceiving beets Thursday and begin cutting
Monday or Tuesday.
Josephine, the infant daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Shaw, died yesterday.
Tho new theater at Utahna park Is pro
gressing rapidly and will be opened to tho
public on the evening of Monday, October
17. Tho scats and all other necessaries
for the interior furnishings have already
been shipped and will be put In placo
just as soon as the building Is ready.
Logan Is to have n vaudeville theater.
W. B. Sawyer of Ogden left for Logan to
day to complete the arrangements for
opening tho house on September 25.
Miss Ray Taylor has gone East to at
Maurice Sullivan of Denver and Minnie
B. Brown of Salt Lake wero married to
day by P.ev. Sir. Cushnahan.
Harry Moss, charged with Involuntary
manslaughter, was arraigned before
Judge Rolapp and pleaded not guilty. An
immediate trial was demanded by his at
torney, II. IT. I-Iendcrson. but aa Judge
Maglnnls, associate counsel for the de
fense, was absent, this was denied.
John Bottomor. who attempted the life
of P. T. Smythe. also pleaded not guilty,
but the date of his trial was not set.
James Wilson, charged with grand lar
ceny, was granted a continuance.
C. E Reld was sentenced to eighteen
months In ihe penitentiary for robbing
u man named Bond of $25.
W. B, Wilson's new hotel at the Her
mitage, In Ogden canyon, Is to bo rushed
to completion. The llrst logs were laid
today and work will continue all winter,
to be ready for the spring opening.
The Opal club of Salt Lako gives tho
last excursion of the season to the Her
mitage next Sunday.
Dr. J. H. Epperson Is back from the
Knights Templars conclave at San Fran
cisco. The doctor was Just one train be
hind the one wrecked at Law-ton.
Mrs. Matthew Gait, who was one of the
AT THE HEALT HOTEL.
WTicn you come to Ogden, opposite 'ho
Union depot. Tho celebrated Ostormoor
telt mnttrcssrB in every room. Samplo
.nm nnd enfo ?n ornnTtlon
Rt Healy House Safe.
Under new management. First class In
tvery respect. Courteous treatment.
Lunches put up to order.
J. JENSEN & CO.. PROP
TiriTrTTTrrT i i illil iiid 1 1 lib illi I I hwj'.hwlj
I DRINK B
NATURAL LITHIA WATER, I
"Makes everything Good." B
F. J. Kle8cl & Co , Ogden. 1
Rleger & Llndley. Salt Lake, Dls- i
II llMI I I 1 1 I I 1 1 I I 1IL--H IVTO. II II
J. J, 8RKJMMITT. ,
MONEY TO LOAN.
HOUSE3 TO RENT.
Phone C22-Z. 2403 Washington Ave.
I THE ASSEMBLY SALOON
3 AND CLUBROOMS
3 Dining car ana Pullman porters' B
J haSuuartors. H9 25th st. 'Phono 1
GKO DOVER Prop.. Ogden. Utah
The only first-class liquor store In the
city. You can t miss lL Dlnplay of ducks
B. F. LIVINGSTON, Proprietor.
S42 25th otrcet. Ogden, Utah.
? Ogaen'a Uncut cafo. Lamp's beer o: )
t drauKht 245 Washington Ave,
( l.BrODDM Sr PATTISON, Prop.
It's Easy When You Know
Ylicte to nnd it, the old rcllubld trans
fer Lotuiiany; when you urc in a hurry' tn
catch u train, attend a theater.
ALLEN TRANSFER CO.
Albcrn Allen, Manager.
Phone 22. tn 25tb oreot
W D. BLOSSEIU J. L. liLOSSER.
your Uilrst Parlor. U77 Washington aye.,
ictlms of tho Lawton wreck. Is not se
lously Injured and will proceed on her
ay to San Francisco.
Marriage licenses wcro Issued today as
follows: David Chamberlain, 21, of
Provo. and Mary A. Bltton, 20. of Rlvcr
aldli, Ida.; Francis A. Pearce. 20, and
Helen Nalsbelt, both' Qf Ogden: Joseph
A. Batchclor. 20, and Laura Wheelwright,
20, both of Ogden; Nlcklous J. Kcli, 24. of
Salt Lake and Mary E. Sullivan, 21, of
Ogden, Thomas W. Read. 57. and Esther
Ogucn, 42, both of Ogden.
J. S. Coj-lew has returned from his
The second day'a session of tho State
Federal Ion of Labor was occupied prin
cipally In the adoption of a constitution.
The committee appointed to draft a con
stitution reported a constitution almost
identical with that of the Wisconsin
State Federation. This, with a few
amendments, was adopted.
Following the adoption of tho constitu
tion came the election of officers, which
resulted as follows; President, J. P.
Lavery of the bridge and structural Iron
workers; first vlce-prpsldcnt, Grant Sy
phors of the lathers. Ogden; second vice
president, Harry Lawrence of tho plumb
ers. Salt Lake; third vice-president, A.
W. Charter of the Western Federation of
Miners, West Jordan; fourth .vice-president,
J. J Jones of the boilermakers. Og
den. llfth vice-president. Caeser Anton
lono of tho mine-workers, Castle Gate;
secretary and treasurer, C. L. Spiegel of
tho tallora. Salt Lako.
A spirited contest arose between Park
City and Helper for the placo of holding
the next convention, which occurs on tho
second Monday of September, lt05. Tho
ballot showed a tic vote, but Presldont
Lavery cast the deciding ballot in fnvor
of Park City.
Policeman Ezra Farr today, recovered
two of the bicycles that wero reported
stolen a few days ago.
The Utah Construction company toda'
began work on some extensive Improve
ments on the Union Pacific track between
Ogden nnd Uintah. The roadbed Is to be
widened and tho track reballasted be
tween the two points.
The special train bearing the Melroso
and Sutton commandories, Knights Tem
plars, which was wrecked at Lawton,
reached Ogden at 12 35 tonight. There
ore In the party about 125, a number of
whom arc slightly injured, but nono Borl
ously. William Scrannage and W. E.
Chamberlain, both of Boston, are suffer
ing from slightly bruised feet and Con
ductor Baker of tho dining car Is bruised
about the legs. None of the Injured,
however, left the train nnd all will go on
East. A few more of tho Injured will ar
rive tomorrow forenoon on another spe
cial. Those already here say that none of
thoce following aro seriously hurt.
FRUIT SHIPPERS UNASLE
TO GET ENOUGH CARS
Special to The Tribune.
BRIGHAM CITY, Sept. 13. Those en
gaged In shipping fruit from here cannot
get empty cars fast enough to supply the
demand, and although so many carloads
have been sent out, hundreds of bushols
of line fruit will fall to the ground and
Last Saturday, as the little six-year-old
pon of Mr. and Mrs. John Rockwood was
riding along First West street, his horse'
became frightened, started to run, and
the little fellow fell to the ground, strik-.
Ing on a rock and cutting a deep hole In
the back of his head. Ho was stunned
and for some time could not stand. E. A.
Box, who was passing, caught the animal
and assisted the lad home. Dr. Rich
dressed the wound, and the next dav the
boy was up and doing well.
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Mortensen lost their
baby last Friday. Summer complaint was
the cause of Its death. The little one was
laid to rest Sunday. Tho services were
held in the First ward meotlng-housc,
Bishop McMaster presiding.
James Nelson, who lately returned from
a twenty-seven months' mission to Den
mark, gave a synopsis of his experiences
while away on Sunday last.
Councilman Andrew Funk returned last
Saturday from the World's fair, where he
has been visiting for two weeks. Mr.
Funk speaks well of everything, especially
tho Utah exhibits. He says It Is the
world's wonder, but two week3 13 too
short a tlmo to spend there.
Mrs. Maud Rich has gone to Chicago to
study domestic science.
Tho music-lovers of Brlghnm are greatly
elated over tho prospect of hearing Nan
nie Tout at the Tabernacle Thursday
A partnership has been formed for the
manufacture of slioes In Brlt;ham. Joseph
Jensen and S. N. Lee furnish the capital
The now concern Is now ready to bo
launched and will start up In a few days
in the building built for and used In manu
facturing woolen goods In (he davs of
WINERY IS DESTROYED.
Largest One in California Is Burned,
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Sept. 13. The
Natoma Vineyard winery, fifteen miles
northeast of this city, on the American
river,, together with the fermenting
plant' and distillery, burned to the
ground tonight. The Natoma winery
was one of the largest in the State and
the loss probably wll reach J300.000.
Chief of Uruguayan Rebels Dead.
MONTEVIDEO, Sent. 13. Gen. Parlco
Saravln, the chief of tno Uruguayan revo
lutionists, Is dead, and peace negotiations
have been begun.
Is Peach Day at Brigham. Round
trip only $1.25, via O. S. L. Leavo Salt
Lake at S a. m. Free peaches, free wa
termelons, free cantaloupes. Special
Mrs. Deuman Thompson Critically 111.
WEST SWANSEY, N, H., Sept, 13.
Mrs Denman Thompson, wife of tho vet
eran actor. Is 111 at her borne here, and It
Is feared she may not recover
NIP IT IN THE BUD.
First Appearance of Dandruff a Foro.
runner of Future Baldness.
That such ui tho case ha bcon conclu
sively proven by scientific research. Prof.
Unna. the noted European skin specialist,
declares that dandruff la tho burrowed-up
cuticle of tho scalp, caused by paraBltc.i
destroying the vitality In the hair bulb.
The hair becomes llfplesa, and. In time,
falls out. This can bo prevented.
Newbro'n Ilcrplcldo kills this dandruff
germ, And restores the hair to Its natural
80ftncs. and abundnnoy.
Hcrplclde Is now lined by thousands of
people all satlBlled that It Is tho moat
wonderful hair preparation on the market
Sold by leading druggists, Send 10c In
Btumpa for aamplo to Tho He-plcl-io Co
I ONE 1
I Day's Happenings m Utah. J
B. Y. UNIVERSITY OPENS
WITH LARGE ATTENDANCE
Special to Tho Tribune.
PROVO, Sept 13. Tho cntranco exam
ination of tho Brigham Young university
was held yesterday. The opening exer
cises wcro held this morning, and tho at
tendance was unprecedented In tho his
tory of tho school.
W. II. Duscnbcrry 3pokc on behalf of
tho board of directors, Prof. E. S. lllnk
lcy for tho faculty and G. Llndsey for tho
ntudent body, while Mrs. S. L. Chlpman
spoke on behalf of the patrons of tho In
stitution. The three-story building that Is to be
devoted to preparatory and domestic artH
Is expected to be completed in tlmo for
tho dedication, October 17.
The new, two-story blacksmith shop Is
fast being lilted up with Its equipment,
forges and other tools, etc.
Four now professors have been added,
and It Is expected that fully 1C0O students
will be In attendance this year.
J. W. Smith Is back from tho East and
reports having had a good tlmo at the
Mrs. Charles Beard and Miss Blossom
Beard returned from a long trip in tho
The following secured licenses to wed to
day: Morgan Skinner of Provo Bench,
aged 2S. and Alice Johnson of Provo, aged
24; J. E, Evans of Spanish Fork, nged 26.
and Eliza M. Markham of Spanish Fork,
A daughter ha3 been born to Mr. and
Mrs. Andrew Johnson.
The Provo public schools opened yes
terday. Superintendent Rawllngs reports
that there is a large Increase In the at
tendance over last year. Thcro were 148
new betrlnncrs. The enrollment Is as fol
lows: Franklin school, 411; Macser, 356;
Parker, 336; Tlmpanogoes. 261; total, 135S,
Leo Bell Is the Provo agent for The Salt
Lake Tribune, at 176 Weat Center street.
All business nnd deliveries attended to
personally. Insuring prompt delivery and
courteous treutment. Persons wishing to
have Tho Sunday Tribune only can have
same delivered to their homes.
Assault With Deadly "Weapon.
Special to Tho Tribune.
JUNCTION, Sept 13. Fenton Reynolds
of Marysvale was held to answer to tho
higher court last Saturday by T. C King,
Justice of the Peace of Kingston, on tho
charge of committing an assault with a
deadly weapon on August 19, at Marys
valo. by shooting at and wounding John
Reynolds had a hearing before J. F.
Glbbs, Justice of the Peace of Marysvale,
about ten daj's ago, and was discharged,
but the County Attorney didn't think tho
court was Justified In discharging the de
fendant under tho evidence and filed a
new complaint before Justice Stoker of
this place. The defendant took a change
of venue to Kingston, with the abovo
TRAILING TRAIN BANDITS.
Man Hunters Believe Canadian Paci
fic Robbers Are Corralled.
VANCOUVER, B. C, SepL 13. Tho
posso In pursuit of the train robbers aro
scouring the country near tho border
towns. They believe that the robber3
slept Sunday night In a deserted cabin
near Lynden. Wash. All the cabins In tho
district aro being visited, and the police
aro patrollng logging roads and trails to
Intercept the robbers If they attempt to
Part of the posse, under Chief Constable
Campbell of the provincial police, thought
they found a traco of the bandits today
near Ferndalc, south of Lynden, and
Campbell wired tonight that he believed
he had the robbers trapped.
A party of the man-hunters got news
near Belllngham this afternoon that two
men answering the description of tho rob
bers, and carrying rllles, were seen going
west, while the third man, the leader, was
trying to break through the guard on tho
south toward Seattle
Fearing that the men going west would
mako for Point Roberts, several officers
havo been sent there to prevent the es
crpc of the men In fishing boats. The po
lice are certain that tho men havo not
gone farther south than Belllngham.
A telegram from Blaine tonight says
that oftlccrs have been there searching
cabins and logging camps, without Undlng
a clue The rewards offered by the Cana
dian Pacitlc railway, Dominion Express
company and tho British Columbia gov
ernment for tho capture of tho robbers
now aggregate $7500.
McCoy's livery stable for carriages i
and light livery. Telephone 81.
POPULATION OF OREG0N.
Figures of State Labor Commissioner
Show Large Increase Since 1900.
SALEM, Or.. Sept 13. According to the
figures of State Labor Commissioner O.
P. Koff, the population of Oregon Is at
present 470,024, against 113.52G In 1300, an
Increase of 5S.1SS. In making his computa
tion the Commissioner found' that tho
number of children of school age who arc
not .attending school Is Increasing at an
alarming rate. The Legislative Assembly
In 1M3 made a law compelling tho attend
ance at school of children under the ago
of 14 years In order to correct this evil,
but Commissioner HofTs statistics Indi
cate that no apparent effort Is being made
to enforce the law.
O jBl. & T O 22. X -A. a
Beara tho B Kind You lla Always Bougft!
Marks a New Era.
EL. PASO, Tex.. Sept. 13.--The Mexi
can State department, certified to the
United States District Attorney here
that tho court order extraditing Vance
Fulkeraon has been approved. Thla is
the llrst Instance on record of the re
turn of a Government official from
Mexico for embezzlement by the Mex
Baltic Squadron Has Not Sailed.
BERLIN. Sept. 13. The Tagcblatt's
St. Petersburg correspondent tele
graphs that the departure of the Baltic
sauadron has at tho last moment been
deferred for several days, apparently
to await news from the far East. The '
fleet will remain for the present at
Condition of Treasury.
"WASHINGTON, Sept. 13. Today's
statement of the ircanury balances In tho
gvneral fund, exclusive of the JIW.OOO.CW
gold reserve In tho division of redemption,
shows Available cash buhvnee, JUS,210,974,
I PARK CITY
5 2i N Main Street. Telephone 75.
PARK MAM FINED $5 FOR
BEATING ANOTHER MAN
Special .to Tlo Tribune.
PARK CITY, Sept. 13 A lively row oc
curred on upper Main atrcet last eve
ning botween Lawrence Cantwell nnd
Robert Kclaer. Cantwell's wlfo runs tho
Parlor restaurant, where Kelscr Is em
ployed as a dishwasher, and during tho
day somo kind of trouble aroso between
the two, but was passed over at tho tlmo.
About 6 o'clock last evening Cantwell
caught Kelser out In the street In front
of tho restaurant and at once bcean to
nbuso and to beat him. Kelscr is a crip
ple and could make but little resistance,
so that by the lime an officer arrived ho
was badly bealon. Cantwoll was ar
rested upon tho charge of disorderly con
duct and lined 55, which he paid, and this
afternoon Kelser appeared bofore the City
Justice and swore out a warrant for Cant
well's arrest upon tho charge of assault
and battery, alleging among other things
that Cantwell had cut him In several
places wltji a. knife.
This Is pay week In the camp, and as
a result the streets and business houses
nlng and the entire camp has been very
active In fact, this Is the liveliest day
Park City has witnessed for several
Mr. Murray, the now pastor of tho M.
E. church at lhl3 place, has moved his
family here and Is now located In the par
sonage. John L. Pecry loft this afternoon for a
month's visit to St. Louis and other
Mrs. W.. D. Sutton came home this
morning from a visit of several days in
Salt Lako City.
Rev. G. F. Cook came out from Salt
Lako City yesterday and !o spending a
few days visiting friends In the camp.
Dr. and Mrs. II. C. Miller of Grand
Island. Neb., arrived In camp thl3 morn
ing to remain several days, tho guests of
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wectcr and Harry
Mrs. Sophia Nielsen came home this
mornlnc from a visit "of ten days In
Hyrum and Mcndon.
To Be Married in Logan Temple.
Special to The Tribune.
AMERICAN FORK, Sept 13.-E. E.
McBrldo of this placo and Mrs. E. Ellgcrt
son of Star Valley. Ida., wll! be married
In tho Logan Temple Wednesday. Sep-
How does it happen that
all gDod tea comes to Schil
ling? It doesn't; not all; not all.
Your grocer relurnt your money if you icn't like
g rq ma rm
New Way to Sell Medicine.
F. O. Schramm Gives Guarantee Bond
With. Mi-o-na, Nature's Cure for
F. C. Schramm made arrnngementu
to sell Ml-o-na, the marvelous digestion
regulator, In a hew and hitherto un
hoard of way, furnishing a guarnntee
bond with every package.
In purchasing a 50c box of Hi- j
o-na, the purchnsor is requested to
have this guarantee signed hy F. 1
C. Schramm, as his personal agree
ment to refund tho money on re
turn of empty box if jili-o-na fails
to euro dyspepsia and all stomach
F. C. Schramm will give the above
bond with every GOc box of Ml-o-na he
sells. You run no risk In buying Ml-o-nn.
Every one who is troubled with dys
pepsia, headadhe, distress after eating,
dizzy feeling or loss of appetite, or who
is losing weight and In a rundown con-
dltlon, should take the guarantee bond '
to F. C. Schramm and commence the '
use of Ml-o-na at his risk, remembering
that the treatment costs you nothing
unless it does all that is claimed for It. j
tcmbcr 21. Immediately after tho mar
riage they will proceed to Star Valley,
whoro thoy will make their homo for a
short tlmo. thon returning hero to stay
Dr.- J. Franklin Noycs nnd Mrs. J.
Franklin Noycs returned from a two
weeks' visit to tho St. Louis fair. They
also visited other points of Interest in
Georgo D. Robinson, Jr., came homo
yesterday from a "month's stay at Gar
land, where ho was engaged In the lab
oratory of tho sugar factory located
Jed Bnrratt camo In from eastern Utah
yesterday, where he disposed of hla herd
of shoop which ho was grazing there. Mr
Barratt says It Is his desire to retire from
the sheop business.
Miss Julia Brown left for Provo to at
tend tho Brigham Young university.
I if You Need 1 l
Visit only a roliablo optician, i j
"Wo are acknowledged reliable fj
in all our departments. J9
Our opticiau Is a graduate. 1
Tclephono 65 for tho correct
&ss LAiiE &rr r(
I FOR NINETEEN YEARS jjl ;'fH
h iTohaToa.irtathtanruofbloodpokonaspcclalty u '
7i Primary, Scc:ndiry or Tartisrj Dtcod Polnn m
(4 Permanently Cured. Yon can bo treated nt A , .
4 homo under &nmo ftunranty Capital &CO.000. Iij H
g Wo solicit thotr.ostobsllnnto cns. Wo Imvo T 1
n cun.nl tliu worn cases in 1.1 to 'JS d.iyn. Jf yon 3 t H
a bnvo taken mercury, loJMo pnt&nn and still H H
A bnvo riches nnd painn, .Mucus Patches In Ijj lH
'A Mouth, 8oroThro.it, Pimplos. Copper Colored W lill
Spots, Ulcers o-j any part of tho body, Hnlror fjj lol
fl Eyobrowa falling out, writo for proofs of HI ll
w cures. lOO-paice Book Free. W jH
COOK REMEDY GO. 'H
H 310 H1S0SI0 TESPLC, Chicago. 111. g
jLlQUOZONE FREE! j'H
Any sick person who has never used l j
J l.lfjuozone should write the Liquid rj 1 1 1
i Ozono Co.. AM-iCO Wabash ave.. Chi- fl kS.
' cugu. They nill send you an order on ti klH
your druggist for a &0-cent bottle free, fj flttH
: If you will atato tho disease to b U ftflH
, treated 2-H. G. F. E. 2 rH
r-iMWtnningjfnir.t.TJ v-.vj.Tryr7fr.. Mil
I O A ' i 500 Scho1 Caps, SOc values, for boys
Barton s 25 p
j m :-. Boys' Felt Hats, regular $1.50 "
I : M0f s,.d,.?r?r!-... ........ $1.00
y " 300 pairs Boys' JKnee, Pants, 75c '
j ONE PRICE TO ALL. .13-47 MAIN STREET. '
' Tq INAUGURATE THE l
And to Induce you to come and inspect our immense stock of plain and nov- W 'ln !
IJly city suitings, we shall make an unusual offering. We Invite you to Inspect icWv ' jjl
jaBS&3l lines of dress goods from the low priced, Inexpensive qualities to the very LBuS!Ea 'H
pppE nobbiest of novelties. Every piece of goods in our dress goods department fljpf
was purchased this season; consequently you can depend upon Its being nb- fi$fpp9
l"! solutcly the latest on the market. With regards prices, you know by ,-our ja'W'f
former dealings with us that we have never been undersold, and It Is' our prs-sry
lUlL. 1 policy to give you the benefit of cut prices right from the opening of the sea- H J
jafflglll son- jkEJ
W . For Four Days Jpj H
feg7 WITH EVERY $1.00 PURCHASE IN ANY DEPARTMENT IN THE I'mUrt '
yJfUyi HOUSE, INCLUDING OUR NEW SILK AND DRESS GOODS DEPART- LliiJJ '1
MENT, WE WILL GIVE gUul
W3i if lfif In Gold Saving Stamps y 'H
ffll f JiUll FILL YOUR BOOKS
ijPj With all Men's, Ladies', Children's and Boys' Shoes and Oxfords. All Com- ba il
fry forts, Blankets and Quills. With all New Fall Millinery. With Hosiery and fe3ZEi ll
i V Underwear, All Suits, Skirts, Waists and Corsets. All Necessary Notions J R gl
fa-f7 Neckwear, Collars and Novelties. With all Laces and Fancy Goods. With jTfflfrfjf
j-i o.ulfjJJ Towels, Linens and Domestics. All tho New Gloves, and anything in our (fzrvBGft ll
Men's Department. m ''1
tSf For Four Days m 'il
n-,. $5.00 in Stamps With Every $1.00 Purchase. ;H
, ' Bartling's 1
New York Cash Store yg