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0' iLdA Y MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1DU4. ' Lfl
THE SAM? LAKE THIBUTE. page elevev ' f
nthii meeting tomorrow (Moil
i ;soni'. - o'clock.
ffiffifiTOPHBR DIEHL. Secy.
or ; rrrHK FOUR OO-UKJJI-
?'?h( a A S. Kite of Free
1 .0j Mfttcd' mcetinss tho third
' J h'J month at Unity hall.
KxCd "street. Sojourn-
l ffiSSco CCO.X
t j yRBD CLEM BCHRAM
' 9 - v of K. I'tah Consistory No. 1.
rl irw LODGE NO. 1. F. AND A
uCu hnil second Friday each
Tft iffs'of Sr lodges and so-
Br W5. Secretary
:tj RIAU LODGE N'U. 2. P. jVM3
i Sic 1 all second Monday each
iSbers of sister lodges and so-
1 Jtj i. K-MhrOT In good standing ln-
'bS P JAMES H BROWN. W. M.
-rrn?HER DIEHL. Secretary.
Eo2 JTTvH TEMPLE, A. A'O. M.
h VvdfiCEday of each mem... Ma--Tl
SalS P ni. All nobles sojourn-
iC. F JENNINGS. Potentate.
fe KOWX. Recorder
riiUr I 0 O. F.
ieUTT LODGE No. 17. I. OO. F
SurVwlncsdny night at S o'clock.
1 H. ttnple. visitors welcome.
Vs , II. J. CREAGER. N. C-.
S g smith s -" y
fb F TEMPLE DIRECTOR! :
u, au lodges meet as follows:
u 1 Wee No 1- Thursday.
iS I ledge No. ,2 Friday.
! Xx toss No, 9. Thursday.
nra lodge No. 15. Wednesday.
?S h& No; .17. Wednesday.
' ?! 2c W No 22. Monday.
I : ENCAMPMENTS.
w! bib ftcimpmcnt No. i. second and
- u iTKStliys.
pL, kz ?.at encampment No. 2, first
cJBJbio-h lodge No. 1, second and
:,tu daRebckah lodgo No. B. first ana
FOODJIEN" OF THE WORLD.
ODBiNE CIRCLE NO. -11 MEET?
jS 'T?.s&r. s o'clock, at I. O. O. F.
m MAPLE CIRCLE NO. 103
'jBcrtO- Friday night at L O. O. F.
KENAL UNION OF AMERICA.
'&! at I. O O. F. temple.
.! ( E V.'. MAYO. F. M.
J LE. JENKINS. Secretnry.
J ENIGHTS OF PYTHIAS,
i imTHE MTRTLE LODGE NO. 1.
a rHtt&v, K. of P. hall.
:5a li K A. JOPLIN. C. C.
ITH0MPSON. K. of R. & S. uS33
) i0LN LODGE NO. 23. K. OF P..
T Itttry Saturday ovenlnif, 8 o'clock.
EST MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3.
iHiraday evenlnp, K. of P. hall.
RIGHTS OF THE MACABEES.
at i Z M.-SALT LAKE TENT NO. 2.
0 Ttarsday. I. 0. O. F. halL Vlalt-
Tj 1DIES OF THE 1LACCABEES.
EJ LUCE CITY HIVJE NO T
o Qp1"11 and tblrd Tuesday. 8 p.
vji ' a '
ATZRNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
LAKE AERIE NO. C7. EVERY
P 4 Tuesday, 8 p. m., A. O. U. W.
!0W.IL' 2ND AND 4TU
i W Jennings block.
invr0H'A JOPLIN. Regent.
FUK0THERH0D OF AMER
tUA feDGENO. 78. EVERY 1ST
rureJay. L 0. p, p. templo.
; HOUSE CLEANING.
WALL PAPER, CAR
ffccO ?rVx?. Nat,al House
L: ' in Main et. ilSW
SUPPL1ES AND COI-.
I Isttr.i?.6 4fock of latest chando-j-Mt.
Elec Co., 45 E. 1st So.
L'cufiaeM - M- PERKINS,
. BICYCLES STOBED. '
'thE? WTJ? AT OSBORNE'S.
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VouViS, ANYTHING UNDER
V"r nniSS. V0 k10w- wo will tell
11 o ",rreo lf wo fall, 10 to S
2aa"t T Arnold-Dlcksou
L Third South street, 'phone
nfe-F AND FUTURE
hi'W&nW1,' 10 ceo1"! attend
Pme- a?J. rt.u! mcct'nS3: every
pfela: A,iBP,r,,t meeting Thura-
jas1 fh'.rd South. ' b&q
: here to stop.
L5 8. 1"9"S PAUL HEIN.
Co. Ul Ho., 260 room3. rate3 oj
AaSS.?1- M'KIM. CARE
r Ataoo. 7 a. Main. Tel 1720-Z.
s frikine's Ogdeo Bureau
S 2486 WASHINGTON AVE. X TELEPTrnw? 111 i
Advertising Rates Punched on Application N J
AT THE HEaLY HCTSL.
i-?in 5ou .conlSLto Ocdcn. opposlt 'ho
Union depot. The celebrated Ostormoor
si-it mattrensrs In every room. Sample
"" ml n rrnnortlon
MONEY TO LOAN.
HOUSES TO RENT.
'Phone C22-Z. 240S WaahlnRton Ave.
IXJ- vi ii ivnin-im m inii'wjmuT.
g DRINK '
P NATURyvL LITHIA WATER.
f "Makes everything Good." 1
f F. .T Klesel & Co.. Oj;dcn.
C RlfKcr & Llndley. Snlt Lake. Dls I
U 'ihiitorn jj
a iJ. 11LOSSER J. L. BLOSaErt
-Tour thirst Parlor. 2177 Wnshlncton dve..
iM mm TS8KETS.
If you -vl3h to buy or sell a ticket,
SEE J. C. BAKER. THE OGDEN
TICKET BROKER. Onty mombor of tho
Guarantee Association In Ocdon 1S7 2Gth
6L. one block from tho Union depot. Tele
SHIPMENTS OF SUGAR
Spoclal to The Tribune.
RICHFIELD. Oct. 9. Tho dicing and
shipping of sugar beets In this county
has been suspended until October 17, upon
orders from tho sujrax company at Lehl.
the beets havlnc boon received at tho
factory in greater quantities than thev
could be handled. To dato about 120 car
loads have been shipped from this coun
ty, making in tho neighborhood of 3000
tons. The yield has been a llttlo disap
pointing this season, owing to a blight
which has stunted many of tho boots,
but It Is probablo that last year's yield of
75CO tons will bo exceeded, bocauso of
the greatly Incroased acreage this year.
In all of tho districts which have pro
duced boots in forinor years tho acroago
was lncrensod this year, and tho now dis
tricts of Annabolla, Joseph and Glenwood
are sending in beets this season.
Nelson Baker left for Arizona yoster
duy to tako chargo of tho erection of a
big milling plant for a company at Cher
ry, about twcnty-olght miles from Prcs
cott The mill will have a capacity of
100 tons per day and is to be a cyanido
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Christcnson left
for Preston, Ida., yesterday to visit a
married daughter, Mrs. Clara Dally.
, John Meteor started to Salt Lako Fri
day, going in his buggy. Ho has a flno
horse that ho did not care to leave be
hind. A carload of riding horses, accompanied
by rangers, wont south Friday for B. F.
Saunders, tho Salt Lake stockman. Tho
outfits aro for the purposo of fall round
ing up of stock.
Mrs. Ruth Haywood of this city is
quite III and her recovery 1h not expected.
She Is over SO years of ago and suffering
with stomach troublo.
"Will Take Charge of Idaho Mine.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PARK CITY, Utah, Oct. 9. Jerry
Harrington, who has been foreman of
the Quincy mine for several year?, left
this afternoon for Bellevne, Ida., where
he will take charge of tho Galena mine.
IMr. Harrington has leused the latter
property and believes that he hay se
cured a flrst-clata proposition.
"Arizona" will be played at the
Dewey theater tomorrow night The
company 13 said to be a strong one and
there Is no doubt that Pork City the-ater-goera
will receive a real treat. The
new orchestra will play for the first
Among tho Parklles who returned
this morning from Salt Lake were no
ticed the following: G. "W. Gulliver, A.
R, Weeter, R. T. Kimball, John Kelly,
Mike Fitzmaurlce, Mrs. J. L. Durkln,
Mrs. E. P. Evans, Mrs. Zach Evany,
Mrs. Alex Glbsou, MIsees Maud Gray,
Claudia Schmlerer, Florenco Clark,
Agnes Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
- N. W. Sonnedecker came up from the
city this morning and spent the day at i
the Silver Bell. The work at this
property Is progressing well und the
owners arc more and more encouraged
at the outlook.
p. J Wcstcott came out this morning
with the Kearns-Keith payroll and will
be busy tomorrow paying off at that
George Barton of Kaysville Is In tho
camp looking after hip Interests here.
' - -
wears them out. Fels-Naptha
with cold or warm water doubles
J E. DARMER, LAWYER, OFFICES
18-18 Commercial block. 'Phono 919-Z.
NEW OR 2D-HAND, CAJSH, TRADE
or terms. Sorenscn-Stoutt Co.. 18 E. Znd So.
THE UNION PACIFIC LAND COM
PANY. Annual Meeting.
The annual meeting of Uio 3tockholdors
of tho Union Pacific Lnnd company will
ho held at tho office of tho company in
Salt Lako City. Utah, on Tuesday, October
n ISO! at 11 o'clock a. m.. for the eleptlon
of ilx directors of the company, and for
tho transaction of such other lulncs9 as
liny legally como beforo the meeting,
may ,c""ljrAX(1R:x miLUAR. Secrotary.
Dated August 31. IDOL a1328
I WoULD SHOOT MAN
THAT SLAPPED HIM
Special to Tho Tribune,
OGDEN, Oct. O.-Tlm Halahan was ar
rested today by Officer Foikor, on the
charge of carrying concealed weapons.
Halahan got into an altercation with a
bystander in a T;wcnty-nfth street saloon
anil tho latter slapped his face. He went
out and came back a moment later with
v, r1vo.,iyor. with tho evident intent to
snoot the fellow, but tho bartonder ob
served tho movomcnt and called the of
ficer. Florenco Roborts comes to tho Grand
Hi .ye2!nR: ,n "Tcaa of tho D'Urbor
viiies. a he advanco sale is very largo.
The Woodmon of the World aro pro
paring for a big celebration Thursday
eonlng. The feature of the programme
la a mock trial, with Judge Howoll on tho
bench and Attorneys Murphy and Hal
vorson prosecuting and Chez T. R. O'Con
The police today arrested several parties
for riding bicycles on the sidewalks.
Word received today from Butto states
that the condition of William Nowoy. who
accidentally shot himself In that city Fri
day la serious, it wan not thought ho
would survive through Inst night, but ho
rallied somowhat today and the operation
will be performed.
The police tonight unearthed a cacho of
a lot of personal effects on West Twenty
eighth street near tho Weber rivor. Tho
stuff was dlscovored accidentally and evi
dently belongs to some Austrian as thcro
were some lotters there bearing an Aus
trian name. Thero was a larse amount
of clothing and bedding.
CLARENCE L. CLAYTON
DIES IN PLEASANT GROVE
Special to Tho Tribune.
PLEASANT GROVE. OoL 9. Clorenco
Lo Roy Clayton of this place, who has
been 111 for thrco weeks with typhoid
fovcr, died at 3 o'clock this morning. Ho
loaves a wifo and ono child.
Mr. Clayton was 26 years of ago and
formerly of good health and robuat of
stature. Until about a year ago ho was
a resident of Shcron. a .small placo on
Provo Bench, when ho located hero. Ho
carried ?1CG3 lifo Insurance, having only
taken It out about four months ago.
Ono hundred and fifty people attended
conforonco In Salt Lako and tho Stato
Isnao Whlto, a roaldent of Idaho and
formerly of Ploaeant Grove, spent yester
day hero visiting his mother, brothers and
slstors, whom ho had not scon for about
Heavy showers this cvonlng will llkoly
stop tho boet-dlgguig for a few days if it
continues much longor. Pleasant Grovo
is now supplying tho Lehl Sugar factory
with about four or tlvo cars dally.
Pleasant Grovo'o wheat product this
Fcnson will noarly doublo that for tho
past several years.
Tho Pleasant Grovo poatofflco Is being
removed about ten rode farther south on
Main street into tho new building recent
ly erected by J. E. Thome.
N. A. Jcnson has opened up a now
butcher Bhop In the new building of J. E.
Mrs. Fred Rlgby, wife of G. F. Rigby.
the druggist, has moved to Salt Lako, and
Mr Rlgby will follow when ho disposes
of his drug store and fixtures. A Lehl
druggist 1b figuring on purchasing tho
stock and opening an up-to-dato drug
D. N. Adamoon, saloonkeeper, has peti
tioned the City Council to rnlso the-liquor
license to $1200 per year, payablo In ad
vanco. This is an unusual clrcumstanco
for n saloonkooper to ask for tho Ilconso
to bo raised $200 per year, but when It la
understood that another person Is figur
ing on opening up another saloon here,
and It Is to keep him out, tho object la
BLUE POINT PERFECTO CIGARS
Sold strictly on their merit. "Whlt
aker & Dallas, manufacturers.
Voters of the American ticket should
register on Tuesday or Wednesday from
8 a. m. to 9 p. m. This Is Important. '
Asked 1294 Cheeso Questions.
SHEBOYGAN, "Wis.. Oct. 9. The rec
ord for asking questions, foolish and
otherwise, was broken In the Circuit
court here today by two attorneys, who
asked 1294 In three hours about some
You Will Find Comfort
In our Night Shirts nnd Pajamas,
tho cloths soft and comfortable.
I BROWN. TERRY &. WOODRUFF CO.,
ICG Main St.
American party voters, avoid the ruh
by registering early on Tuesday and
Bad Tenants Evicted
and rent collected. Merchants' Pro
tective Association. FranclB G. Luke,
General Managor, Top Floor Commer
Did You Ever Notice
That unusunl shade of whlto we pro
duce on shirts, collars and puffs? No
other laundry in existence can dupli
cate It. TROY LAUNDRY,
The Laundry of Quality.
lfiC Main St.
Phone3, Bell 192, Ind. 192.
Voters of the American ticket should
register on Tuesday or "Wednesday from
S a. m. to 9 p. m. This Is important.
Papal Delegates Depart.
ROME, Oct. 9. Archbishop Aglus. papal
dolegato to tho Phlllpplno Islands, loft
Rome today for tho United States and
the Philippines Ho was accompanied to
tho station by Archbishop Chapcllo and
Father Sorlgnnc, both of New Orlrann, a
number of Filipino students, several prom
inent clergymen and laymen and other
potable people. Count Sontuccl will go
with tho archbishop to the Philippines.
. There's plenty of humbug
in tea; not one ounce in a
ton Schilling's Best.
Youx gsocst icluini yuur mon.y If you don't WcelL
HAVE BEEN ARRESTED
Special to Tho Tribune.
EUREKA, Oct. 9. ShorifT' Cronln last
night arrested Charles Tracoy and Frank
Kearney, who will bo charged with bur
glarizing the rcsldcnco of Nicholas Bubb
on Lcndvlllo row. Last ilEht, when the
family returned from a brief visit with
a neighbor, they found Tracoy In tho
house Mrs. Thomas, a daughter of Mr.
Bubb. tried to prevent tho man from leav
ing the house, but was roughly pushed
nsldc Mr. Thomas arrived homo Just as
thei mnn was leaving the houac, and as
soon as ho realized what had happenod ho
started In pursuit of tho fleeing burclar.
Tho latter had all tho best of tho foot
race and wao soon lost In tho darknesw,
Tho matter was promptly reported to
' Sheriff Cronln, who began searching for
tho man, having been furnished with a
fairly good desorlptlon of him. Two men
wcro arrested' and ono of them was Iden
tified as tho thief. Both woro pluccd in
Their room at one of tho hotels wno
searched nnd a bunch of skeleton keys
was found. The two men havo boen trav
eling around tho country together, ma
king their living by soiling noodles from
house to house, and a largo quantity of
needles was found In tho room whero they
were staying. Ono of tho men la a "hop
fiend" and, aftor being placed In Jail,
begged piteously for his ,,aopc,,: which
tho Shorlft refused to kIvo him. The
County Physician wao afterward called In
to prcscrlbo for him. Tho two prlaonora
will be given a hearing tomorrow.
Olllo Baker and Mlsa May Openshaw.
both of this" place, were Joined In mar
riage nt Provo yesterday. Tho coremony
was witnessed by the groom's mother
Mrs. Dora Kahl of Pocatello, Ida., and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Beano. Mr. and
Mrs. Baker will roturn to Euroka In a
Mr and Mrs. Bert Hawks roturned to
Eureka today from Salt Lake. The cou
plo wan Joined in marriage at tho capital
Tho Ladloo' Republican club met last
night and elected tho following officers:
Mrs. E Glllls. president; Miss Bertie Hcn
riod, secretary; Mrs. II. F. Fullrlcdc.
treanuror. Tho club will moot at tho Re
publican hoadquartcrs on Main strcot to
morrow. At the Council mooting hold last nlsht
tho bond of tho now Councilman. William
F. Shrlvor. was filed, and that gentleman
took up tho duties of tho office.
Charllo Brown and Josoph Allon re
turned yesterday from a prospecting trip
in Iron county. They located some prom
ising mlnoral ground.
Special to Tho Tribune.
SUNNYSIDE, Utah, Oot. 9. Miss Llzzlo
Davis nttompted suicide last night by
taking poison. 8he seemed to bo In good
spirits when Bho loft Mrs. Harrison's,
whoro sho had boon visiting a young lady
frlond until about lO'lo and on her ro
turn to hor homo sho took nn overdoso of
strychnino Dr Davis was called and
soon had her out of danger. Despond
ency was tho causo.
Mrs Eva Hart b sovon-wcok-old baby
died Inst night of cholera Infantum. Fu
neral will bo held In Ogdcn tomorrow,
J. A. Harrison and William Hill aro
making a political tour of tho county this
week In tho Interest of candidacy for
County Commissioner and Sheriff respec
Tho strlkoro arc all leaving Strlko Town
now as fast an thoy can obtain tho money
to got away. David Wilson, tho local
secretary, and others left last week and
It Is expected thoy will all bo gono In tho
course of a few days.
Movod to Parte Unknown.
Spocial to Tho Tribune.
AMERICAN FORK, Oct. 9. Fred
Blakemoro and family havo moved from
Amorlcan Fork to parts unknown. Mr.
Blakomoro was proprietor of tho City
LoRoy Sholloy, Edward King and Alon
zo Cunningham returnod from Mack.
Colo., yesterday, whoro thoy havo boon
for tho past month, engaged in complet
ing tho Asphalt railway.
Dr. Noyes of this placo removed a largo
tumor from tho neck of Hober Sykos, Jr.,
of Amorlcan Fork.
Lafotto Robinson and family and Hy
rum Robinson and family, both of Ka
nab, Utah., who havo 2on visiting Amer
ican Fork for tho past week, roturned
Miss Jenr.Io Eastmond of this placo,
who is attending tho B. Y. U. nt Provo,
gavo a fruit festival In honor of tho sec
ond year normals, during tho latter part
of tho week.
Got a bad back?
Tired all the time, no rest at night,
urinary weakness, dizzy spells?
Doan's Kidney Pills will cure you In
Salt Lake County Convention.
A mass convention of all those citi
zens of Salt Lake county who are
qualllled electors and who advocate
the principles of the American party of
Utah, viz: the elimination of church
interference in the affairs of state and
the freedom of the public schools from
sectarian control, Is heroby called to
meet In the Salt Lake theater on Mon
day, Oct. 10, 1901, at the hour of 2
o'clock p. m., for the purpose of nom
inating candidates for the following
county olllcos- County Commissioner,
long term; County Commissioner, short
term; Shorlff. Attorney. Clerk, Treas
urer, Recordor, Auditor, Assessor, Sur
veyor, three members ,of tho Stato
Senate, ton mombcrs of the Houso of
Tho members of the convention from
Salt Lake City will also name two
candidates for city JudgOB, one candi
date for City Justice of the Peace, ono
candidate for City Constable,
Tho members of the convention from
the county outsldo of Salt Lake City
will also name one candidate for
County Superintendent of Schools.
All qualified doctors in sympathy
with the American party movement
are Invited to be present and partici
pate in the proceedings of the conven
tion. By order of the Salt Lake county
committee of the American party of
Utah. GEO. L. NYE, ,
A. C. REESE, Chairman.
Salt Lake City, Utah, Oct. -1. 1901.
War Causes -Consul's Return.
WASHINGTON. Oct 9. Edward V.
Morgan, United Slates Consul at Dalny,
who nevor was ablo to lako his post be
cause It was in the midst of the theater
of war. haB cabled tho Slto departinont
from Shlakwan for permission to roturn
lo tho United States and this has boen
Signs of Improving Trade
LONDON, Oct, 9. Tho Improvement of
tho last week In September In tho stock
market was well maintained last week,
and confidence appeared to prevail that
tho bolter conditions will continue Thoro
ero many signs of Improving trade. (
COSTS NOTHING IF IT FAILS
F. C. Schramm GIvos Gunranteo Bond
Witk Ml-o-na, Nature's Remedy for
Read the following plain and posi
tive guarantee that F. C. Schramm
gives with every box of Mi-o.-na that he
X GUARANTEE BOND. t
T F. C. Schramm hereby agrees to ro-T
I fund tho money paid for Ml-o-na onT
dictum of empty box, lf tho purchaser!
4. tells me that It has failed to euro dys-X
4 pepsin or stomach troubles. This guar-X
.j-antce covers two boxes, or a rnonth'sX
-t-lroatment. Price, COc per box. X
4- (Sluncd) X
--HH-H HUH -r-H-4H-4H"HH-
Ml-o-na is tho only remedy for dys
pepsia 'that la 6old on a plain and ab
solute guarantee that it will cost noth
ing unless It cures. Begin Its use to
day with the knowledge that F. C.
Schramm will refund the money If it
This is the strongest Indorsement that
he can give to Ml-o-na that he be
lieves In It so thoroughly that ho will
return the money lf it docs not cure.
L O. O. F.
Oqulrrh encampment No. 1 holds a reg
ular meotlng tomorrow night,
Tuesday night Is tho Umo for a regu
lar cantonmont of Canton Colfax No. 1.
Patriarchs Militant, and every ohovaller
Is oxpectcd to bo present.
Golden Rulo encampment No. 2 will hold
a special mocUng tomorrow night. Thcro
Js work In tho patriarchal degroo and It
Is oxpectcd that overy mombor of tho
union dogrco staff will bo promptly on
G. A. R.
Jamos B. McKcan post No. 1 will havo
n regular mooting tomorrow (Tuesday)
evonlng, to which all comrades aro In
vited. As thlQ lo the first meeting of
tho month, thcro should be a general at
tendance of tho members.
P. N. G. Club.
Mrs. R. Berryman of 25 South Fourth
East stroot will ontcrtaln tho members
of tho P. N. O. club at hor homo noxt
Thursday afternoon. .
Mrs. W. T. Hills ontertalncd tho ladles
of tho McKcan corps and their friends
last Thursday. Mrs. Cooper. Mrs, Cook,
Mrs. Curtis and Mrs, Conoly assisted In
Ladies of tho Maccabees.
Banner hlvo No. 11 held a very pleas
ant mooting Tuesday last. Tuesday eve
ning a very pleasant gathering mot with
Sir Knight and Lady Ilanchctt to bid
them good-by beforo their doparturo to
their now homo in California. Music,
Blnglng and recitations woro tho features
of the ovenlng. Tomorrow a social will
bo given at tho homo of Lady Lafovor,
1C West Seventh South, from 2 to 6 p. m.
All Maccabees and frlonds aro respect
Knights of Pythias.
Thcro will bo work in the Knights' rank
at tho convention of Calantho-Myrtlo
No. 1, two candidates bolng In waiting. A
largo attondanco Is requested to welcome
tho new Knights. It Is oxpectcd that a
number of Knights from Murray will bo
present. All Knights aro welcome.
Woodbine circle No. II mot In regular
form with Gunrdlan Neighbor Conloy In
tho chair. All officers wcro present, with
a vory good attondanco of Nolghbors.
Thoro woro visiting Nolghbors from Salt
Lake and Silver Maple circles, who wcro
welcomed with the circle honors. Wood
blno has concluded to give a baby show
on Tuesday evening. Octobor 18. Thoro
will be prizes given to all Woodbine babies
present not over C mouths old. Tho
handsomest, the homeliest, tho fattest and
tho leanest no matter how cross dr how
good-natured, every baby will got a
prize. Thoro will also be a Juvenile pro
gramme which will bo very nice.
Tho Royal Highlanders will meet in
socrot session tonight In hall No. 1, Labor
temple, during which Umo a number of
refugees will bo tukon across tho draw
bridge and placed safely on tho Insldo of
tho castle Plans are now being formu
lated for another open meotlng to bo held
somo tlmo this monlh. It probably will
bo a dance. Any visiting Highlanders In
tho city nrc cordially welcomed to our
A well-atlonded mooting of Utah lodgo
No 3J5 of the Fratornnl Brotherhood was
hold on last Friday night. Arrangements
woro completed for the card party to be
glvon by the lodgo on Friday evening.
October 21. Brother Hose, treasurer of
Reno, Nov.. lodge, was a wclcomo vis
itor at the meotlng and mado a very in
teresting talk under tho good of tho order.
New applications for memborshlp aro be
ing recolvcd at every meeting of the lodgo
and Its steady growth this fall and win
ter Is assured.
Women's Relief Corps.
The rogular meeting of J. B. McKcan
W R- C. will bo held Wednesday after
noon. October 12. In tho hall.
"That'Good Feeling "
Accompanies every package we deliv
er The Quality of work Is there to
glvo it. TROY LAUNDRY,
The Laundry of Quality,
1G6 Main St.
Phones, Bell 192. Ind. 192.
"HOME IS TOO LONESOME,"
Wrote a Girl Who Had Been Deprived
of Hor Roaui.
PQTTSVILLE, Pa., Oct. 9. Theresa
Medlar, the 17-year-old daughter of
Mr. and MrB. Joseph Medlar, of St.
Clair. Mo., disappeared from homo,
leaving the following note: behind:
"Good-bye; home is too 16ncsome; you
havo deprived mo of gentlemen callers.
I can't stand it any longor. and havo run
away. Forglvo your Teisie."
Mr. Medlar stateB that he objected to
hlo daughter attending dances, and
thought she was too young to receive
the attention of gentlemen.
Tho young girl has loft no trace ay to
her whereaboutt', but It la believed sho
has gone to Philadelphia
Chief of Police Hiram S. Dnvles and
the constabulary of the entire lower
county aro working on the case.
It Is feared that tho girl has been en
ticed from he.r home, for hor parents
have been informed that iho received a
mysterious lolegram several dayy ago,
tho contents of which sho declined to
dlpclosc to her most Intimate friends.
Miss Medlar Is both pretty and accom1-pllshed.
I Matches, 1 doz. box 10c Canvas Gloves 10c 8 l
Tooth. Picks, a bos 2c Belts 19C " j
Lamp Chimney 5q Children's Hose . . . 10c 'll'l
Calico, all styles 5c Bleach Muslin . . ,7C mH
Torchon Laco 5c Bowl and Pitcher 95c ll
Meat Platters 10c Red Table Cloth., .. , 22c I
Buy Your Tinware, Graniteware and Dishes from Us. 11
Cin to USc
We've got just the kind of shoes
for your particular feck Just the
right length, just the correct
width, just the right sort of In
step arch that your feet require.
FITTING FEET IS OUR BUSINESS.
Ben Davis", PresL Aaron Levitt, Secy
238 and 240 Man. Both 'Phones 605
If You're Troubled I
'I with dofectivo oyoslght, OUR 1
I BUSINESS Is to correct It. Wo
' test your oyea free, mako glasses w
;T that nt correctly, and guarantco tjj
i iiatlsfactlon. Will others do as ja
tj much? w
f Corrector of Defective Eyesight. W
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TO KEEP IN GOOD TRIM
MUST LOOK WELL TO THE
CONDITION OF THE SKIN.
TO THIS END THE BATH
SHOULD BE TAKEN WITH
lai Ar'SaitoTELV PURE
From this date I will not be responsi
ble for any debts contracted by my wlfo,
Mrs. Helen Otto. JOHN OTTO,
October 10, 190-J. b3
Local forocast for today Fair.
Yesterday's record at tho local offlco of
tho weather bureau:
Maximum temperature C7 dog., mini
mum temperature. 19 dog., mean temper
aim c, f3 dog., which is 3 dog. below tho
Accumulated oxcefs of tomporaturc
since the first of tho month, 4G dog.
Accumulated excowj of tomporaturc
slnco January 1. 2C dog.
Total precipitation from 0 p. m. to C
p. m.. .0-1 Inch.
Accumulated deficiency of precipitation
slnco tho first of the month, .27 Inch.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
since tho llrat of January, 2.1G Inches.
R. J. HYATT. Local Forocastcr.
Five days are set apart for registra
tion days this year. They are October
11, 12 and IS, Novembor 1 and 2. No
one can vote unless he registers. Old
registration Is void. Complete new
books will be made up. Register early.
Apply to American party headquar
ters. Atlas Block, for 'Information about
Prize for Air3hip-Makors.
PARIS. Oct. 9. Under the auspices of
the Aero club of France M. Henri Dc-fc-sch
and Ernest Archdeacon have
founded a grand prize of $10,000, to be
awarded the first aerial appliance float
ed by gas lighter than air which will
moke the return trip at least two-thirds
of a mile without touching ground
Is one where Iicalth abounds.
With Impure blood there can
not be good health.
With a disordered LIVER there
cannot bo good blood.
revivify thetorpld LIVER nndrestoro
Its natural action.
A healthy LIVER means pure
Pure blood means health.
Health means happiness.
Take no Substitute. All Drugglst3.
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Corner Main and South Temple Sta., '
Salt Lako City.
J0SE72I F. SMITH. President, JJJH
WILLIAM B. PRESTON. VIce-PrcBldont tM
CHARLES 3. BURTON. Cashier.
HENRY T.i M'JGWAN, Asst. Cashier.
GENERAL 3ANKING BUSINESS. '
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ESTABLISHED 1S7Q 'Jl
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sem, the coldor the I ,
ws&ther ih mors I ll
the coal business i '
warms up I
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,5 A POSITIVE CURE
Af?v - 1 tho Blcdd-rond Dlwunxl Kid. H
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11 f? 3 M worst cams of Gonorrhoea IH
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Mm VACOTJMCAP H
ipli CURES BALDrJESS ll
OENT ON TRIAL IH
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Iri Thousands In nso, uotono fall- .H
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