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! GBBroH THE SA1T LAKE miBOirj!. P"" . 1
II 1 I I I i l
I j t T I TTTTTT1 I T T Y T ? T J T T T T r V T"
i Harvard Mid Offers
rTe!is How Football May Be
!, 1 Changed With Benefit
i to theGame.
Would Have tho Hon. Lino Up Four
Yards Apart More Individual
j and less Team Work.
I In an open letter to Walter Camp, chair
man of tho football rules commltteo at
Now i-Iavcn, James Mott Hallowcli, a
) Harvard graduate and Boaton lawyer,
' j makes somo auggcstlons of chango In
, football rules, with tho Idea of securing:
tho open method of play. Tho letter ap
pears In tho Boston Herald. It saj-3 In
"Roughly grouped, tho faults with tho
j present collego game, as voiced by cur-
i rent criticism, aro as follow?:
! "First Tho element of concentrated
bruto forco Is allowed to play too lmpor
! tant a part In the winning of games, Tho
, efTort now of a .successful coach in to
ij weld eleven mon together into a com-
I lnct battering-ram. The batterinqr-rnm Is
i directed by the quarterback at tho moat
vulnerable points In tho opponents' de
fense. Tho team which In Its machlne
llko regularity most resembles a pile
driver can win nine times out of ten,
"Second This mamlmhdng the element
of brute force limits tho possible play
era on an eleven (with tho exception of
, it few positions) to a comparatlvdlv mnall
number of undergraduates, to wit, to those
weighted down with the most beef. Tho
i light, active, wiry tnun, whose brilliant
tackling, running and dodging mid fas
cination to tho scene, has llttlo place In
the modern rush line
"Third Moreover, the value of bruisers
I of. sufllclent r.iusclo anil avoirdupois is
now so unduly emphasized and the Mipply
of rcqulslco material Is therefore so lim
ited th.it a nromlum Is placsd thereby on
an undesirable foaturo which now exists
( to a great extent, to wit, on efforts to
rake over tho preparatory schools and
J scour tho country for suitable material
i "Fourth In order to weld tosether the
different parta of this humanized pile-
( driver, tho undergraduates who aro se
lected to form a part of the machine are
t by tho dlfllculty of tho problem required
I to put on amount of time, practloo and
, study upon it wholly disproportionate to
the Importance of the game. It ought
i to be an athletic recreation, it is now
almost an athletic business
"Fifth Tho game - developed bv tho
above method Is so massed that k be
comes stupid and uninteresting. I still
I remember with thrills of delight, although
i . a backer of the crimson, the days -when
'Snake' Ames and your own white-haired
Laurie Bliss and McClung used, like
winged Mercuries, to carry their colors
I on to victory while thirty thousand peo
ple rent the air with thundering, spon
taneous shouts, only excelled In electrical
effect by tho brilliancy of the play before
them. Now, Instead, when I witness a
big game, I ece -1100 pounds of beef shov
ing each other around the field a few
' yards at a time, whilo carefully In
structed undorgraduates. under mathe
matical leaders, cheor on tho hoterogen
i cous pile in order to put spirit Into it.
Moreover, it Is difficult even to sco cither
!l how tho plays are executed or how they
"' i arc stopped.
"3lxth and last The present method
eliminates tho undergraduate to an un
fortunate extent nnd turns the game into
a contest among coaches. The mechanic
who can produco tho finished machines
l which now play the big games of tho
year must not only bo a skilled master of
his trade, but must have under him an
able corps of superintendents and second
"These abuses cannot. In my opinion, be
- prevented without a radical chango in
" iho rules. Tho rules must be changed,
I and this power lies in the hands of your
j committee. '
I , "The field Is now marked off by flvc
i yard llnetf running across the field. Lay
I out similar lines running lengthwlso down
the ileld. but only four yards apart. Pre
serve tho same rules as to off-side play
which exist now, but also provldo that
when the ball is put in play after a down
the men shall not line up In oloso forma
tion as they do now. Instead, pass a rule
enacting that at tho moment whon tho
l ball is put in play only one player on
i tho samo team Bhnll be standing In any
t (iiio of the quadrangles formed by theso
lines. Two umpires on each sldo could
j ' easily sec that this rulo was observed.
Other rules regulating the method of put
sing the ball Into play, and. possibly,
Iho position of tho, backs, -would likewise
I have to passed; but theso aro mntters
I of detail vhlch undoubtedly could bo
worked out. With the field thus broken
til up "when the ball Is put In play, and tho
i losslbllltles for long passes, quick, dodg
, Ing runs and brilliant tackling In tho
U cpen. the Importance of mere avoirdupois
, 1 would bo minimized, nnd bruto shoving
ower ought to be of less Importanco than
.ridlvldual brilliancy. The gamo would
1 lie open to tho men who ought to plav it,
I J -to the lightweight mon of nerve and dash
, J and skill, and whoso contests exceed in
interest thoso of the present beefy con
glomeration by about as much as a raco
: botween thoroughbred horses exceeds in
'I interest a race botween steam rollers." '
I, ' jj PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE,
j j Tacoma, 5; Son Francisco, 2,
;! SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. I. Los Angeles
! ' had tho situation well In hand today up
t ' J to tho Govcnth inning, when Tacon(a made
(J threo two-baso hits in succession, aftor
3 two men had been, retired and flvo of
I Fisher's men scored enough runs to give
them the game. Joo Corbctt pitched for
' Tacoma, Scoro;
I R. IT. 32.
Los Angeles , ..100 001 000 2 3 1
Tacoma 000 000 C00-5 9 1
" Batteries Jones and Eager; Corbctt and
Grnham. Umplro, McDonald.
j ' Living Graduates of Yale.
H' ' NEW HAVEN", Conn., Doc. -.Tho dl-
H rectory of living graduates of Ynlo shows
H ? j that 12,CGo graduates of Yalo university
H' ' tro alivo. the leading department twslng
f tho acodamclc with 7025. Occupations aro
1 , , glvon of 06 per cent of tho graduates, dl-
k vided as follows; Agricultural, 254; art
I ' i and music, 156; education, US9; onglnecr-
I Ing, S4D; finance, 1133; Journalism and lot.
ters, 300; manufacturing, 1171; rnedlclno,
T 1151; mercantile business. 037; clergymen,
11-il; transportation, 051; unspecified, COG,
l CONTEST BEGINS
20,000 Spectators See
Madison Square Garden
Scene of International
California Mode Only Chango in
Team of tlio Eighteen in
-NEW YORK, Dec. C Amid a roar of
appjauso from nearly 20,000 spectators in
Madison Square Garden, tho contestants
In tho twelfth International six-day bi
cycle race responded to tho crack of tho
starter's pistol, fired by Congressman
Timothy D. Sullivan, at llvo minutes
after midnight this morning.
Tho cheers that hailed tho start con
tinued until several laps hart been reeled
off, the backers of tho various contest
ing teams shouting themselves hoarse.
Tho foreign contingent this year is the
largest that has over started in the race,
and it was the general opinion of tho ex
perts who witnessed tho start that tho
native champions will have a hard tlmo
holding their own.
Eighteen teams started, tho California
team, consisting of tho Downing brothers,
being broken up, Carl Llmberg. of San
Joao, bolng substituted for Burton Down
ing At tho ned of tho second hour all tho
riders had made -19 miles.
At two minutes after two o'clock King
was lapped In a flcrco sprlnL led by "Wnl
tbour. Throughout the last hour thoro has
been continual sprinting, led at various
times by Munro, tho Bedells, Root and
Gougolts. riding at terrific speed, flow
over tho lino In the lead at tho first turn
around. Almost on oven terms wero
Vandcrstuft and Samuelson, second and
third" respectively. Moran led at tho end
of the second circle and at tho end of the
fifth lap of . half-milo Walthour was
The record for tho first hour was:
Dussot-Malzan; Walthour-Munroo; Rut-1
lor-Moran; Palmer-Agraz; Samuelson
Wllllams; Mayo-Newklrk; Bedell-Bedell;
Root-Dorton; McLean-Bowler; Caldwell
Hooper; Kcognn-Logan ; Krobs-Vofter;
Downlng-Limberg; King-Ross. 21 miles, 3
Tho record for tho first hour is 23 miles,
3 laps, made by Gougoltz-Kascr In 1M2.
Samuelson led at the tenth mllo In 21:03.
At fifteen miles Caldwell was leading In
At twonty mllc3 Bowler was leading in
Thero wero several spills.
Big Champloe las
a fafa Angel
Street Urchin Follows Jeffries Show
in Vain Hope of Get
ting a "Job."
James J. Jeffries has a guardian angel.
For the past threo weeks the big "champ"
has been followed from town to town by
a ragged little street urchin named Henry
Meyers, whose one ambition Is to becomo
a mcmbor of the "Davy Crockett" com
pany, of which Jeffries Is the leading
man. Tho lad has mot with a sufficient
number of rebuffs to dlshcarlon a stouter
and mOro hardened heart, but ho gamely
"sticks" and hopes that somo day ho will
bo allowed the honor of carrying the
gonial champion's elfecls to and from his
dressing-room. Jeffries takes quite an In
terest In tho lad and although ho has not
yet found a rolo suitable for tho street
urchin's talent, he frequently tosses him
money to help defray tho expenses of his
It waa In Spokane that Meyers mado hla
first call upon Jeffries and asked to be
alloworiafto Join tho "show."
"What can -you do?" asked Jeff with a
smile, as ho surveyed tho ragged child
of tho street, whoso air of seriousness Im
pressed tho big-hearted pugilist.
"Oh. I kin do most anything," replied
tho lad. "I want to blow wld dc show
and Bell song bo6ks between acts."
This evoked a laugh from Jeffries, for
thoro Is no singing in "Davy Crockett,"
except when tho "champcon" himself
takes occasion to tear off a few notes In
his dressing-room. Ho explained to tho
lad tho plan was hardly feasible, but
promised to let him know if any musical
specialties wero Introduced Into the play.
Bofore leaving he gavo Clio youngster a
dollar and told him to get something to
eat. Tho following day JefTrlos left tho
Threo nlghtK later as Jeff was sitting
in his dressing-room waiting for the cur
tain to go up, In a city moro than 100 miles
distant from Spokane, the same scantily
clad urchin made his way past the burly
"Bupcr" at the stage door, and sought
out tho "chamn."
"By the shades of Jack Munroo! How
did you get hore!" exclaimed t,ho sur
"Oh, I blow in from Spokane on a rat
tler," replied tho urchin, meaning that ho
had como to town on a freight train.
"Say,", ho continued, 1'hos you sprung
any uv dose musical specialties yot?"
"Not yet," Teplled Jeffries, "but wo may
before long. 1 hoard the manager toll
ono of tho stage hands last night that
he'd hear eomo music if thero wore any
The youngster looked keenly disappoint
ed and turned to go away. Jeffries tossed
him a coin and promised to use his In
fluonco to havo the musical specialties In
troduced. At the next town the lad mado his ap
pearance and alnco then he has missed
but one, stop during tho tour. IIo arrivod
in Salt Lake a day late, but lost no tlmo
In seeking tho champion and inquiring
about tho chances for a Job.
"Why, hollo Chlmmy." exclaimed Jeff
ries when ho saw his faithful follower,
where wero you last night?"
"AW. a big stiff up at Ogdon chucked
mo off de passenger an' I had to mopo
aroun' all day an' come down on do
Yesterday afternoon an Joffrlos and a
party of friends were sitting in the ro
tunda of the Kcnyon hotel, someone
aekcdr "I -wonder who that kid la, I've
seen him hanging around tho hotel all
"Oh, that's my guardian angol," ropllod
Jeff with a sniile, and then ho told tho
To a Tribune representative tho young
ster mudo tho following statement:
"Mo name is John Ilonry Meyers. I am
lookln' for a ohuiico to Join do show, but
dero ain't no opeuln yet. 1'vo como nil
do way frum Spokuno. I'm going to sell
song books botween tho acts as coon as
Jeff puts on do muslknl speci-a-, yos, dats
"Where do I sleep? Oh. most any plncn
wat's handy. Eat? Why, I has my
hobbles wen T'vo got do mazuma and
when I'm oroke, I mooohes."
P. N. G. Club.
Mro. C J. Geary will entertain tho
members of tho P. N. G. club at hor
home, 7-IC East Socond South street, next
Frntornal Union of America.
, Evergreen lodge. No. 15 on Monday
ovenlne, November 2S. elected officers
for tho next rerm as foliows: B. W.
Mayo. F. M.; Sidney Chnlkor. secrotary;
H. E. Rawllngs. treasurer; P. Chrlston
aen, Justice; Mrs. Rugc, truth; Mrs.
Frees, mwey: Mrs. Smlthon, guide; Mrs.
Johnson, protoctor: Mrs Sugden, guard;
Mrs. Falsom, sentinel, and Fratcrs A.
Smlthcn, Harper and Sugden, stowarda.
Tho ovcnlng pasaod very pleasantly, as
a largo number of tho membership was
present. A good tlmo Is looked for Mon
day evonlng, Decembor C, aa tho com
mlttoe is preparing a fine programme.
Tho lodge will glvo a card party Mon
day evening. Docombcr 12, when a grand
good tlmo is guaranteed, as Fratcr Mrs.
Morris is chalnnan of tho committee hav
ing tho party In hand.
"Women of Woodcraft
Salt Lake circle B9, Women of Wood
craft, at their last meeting, hold Wednes
day evening. November 30, olocted tho
following officers to servo for tho en
suing term. Guardian nolghbor, .Tano
WInahness; advisor, Anna Miirnano;
clerk. Mary Bero; banker, Rose Ward;
magician. Annlo Forester; attendant,
Jessie Mahlln; lnnor sentinel, Ida Cllft
Hill; outer sentinel. M Thall; managers,
Jennlo Morgan, Elizabeth Shea, M. Bat
con; musician, Katie Canning; captain
of tho guards. Theodore Hoppenbcck.
Five now applications wero read and
three Initiated. Salt Lako clrclo Is in
lino for tho banner.
There will bo regular rovlew of Salt
Lako City hlvo. No. I, on Tuesday
evening. December 0, when every lady
13 requested to bo present, as tho an
nual election of officers will take placo
for tho year 1005.
Woodblno circle. No. 41, mot with
Guardian Neighbor Conlcy in the chair.
All officers and guards wero prcsont.
Thoro wero four cards presented for
membership and ono Initiation; also nom
ination and election of officers. Tho of
ficers elected to tho different cliairs wero
as follows: Guardian neighbor, R. E.
Rogers; advisor, Mrs St. Clair; magi
cian. Eunice Broborg; musician, Mrs.
Nccdham; clerk, Ida J. Thompson; bank
er. Mrs. Don; attendant, Mrs. Brandel;
ii-nor sentinel, Mrs Algor; outer sentinel,
Miss All; managers, Miss L. E. Parsons,
Mrs. A. O. Wood and Mrs. Saddlor; past
guardian neighbor, Mrs. M, E. Conlcy.
Visiting neighbors from Salt Lake and
Silver Maplo circles wero -doomed by
tho clrclo honors.
W. R. O.
George R. Maxwell, W. R. C. will hold
Its regular meeting on next Wednesday
aftornoon, at 2:30 sharp. Annual elec
tion of officers will bo hold and every
member is requested to bo present.
Order of "Washington.
On Wednesday evonlng. December 7,
tho members, together with their friends,
are invited to attend an Informal danco
mill simrwsr. Thoro will bn nlentv tn nut
and good music. Members admitted froo
Boyal Neighbors. I
Thero will bo election of officers at
tho next regular mooting of tho Royal
Neighbors of, America. December 9.
Every member la requested to attend.
At the meeting of Utah lodge. No. 3G5,
of the Fraternal Brotherhood, on Fri
day evening, the following officers for
tho ensuing six months wero elected.
Past president, George L. McKecvcr:
president. William li. Jenkins; vice-president,
Mrs. Mary E. Sloan; chaplain,
Mre. Eva C. Penrose; treasurer, J. m.
Butler; secretary, Knthorlno C. Harper;
sergeant. E. C. Penrose; mlstrcss-at-"arms,
Georglana V. HIgglns; Inner door
keeper, II. J. Blnch; outer doorkeeper.
D. B. Davles, physician Dr. J. N. -Harrison;
musician, Susan B. Davles; trus
tees. John James and Joseph J. Whlt
nker; finance committee. E. LeRoy
Bourno and H. S. Harper.
Eagles Elect Officers.
At a well-attended mooting of Salt
Lake aerie. No. 07, Fraternal Order of
EagleB, tho following officers wero elect
ed for tho ensuing year: Worthy Pres
ident. A. G. Mahon; vice-president,
Georgo D. Tuman; chaplain, W. II. Lud
dlngton; secretary. A. Bernstein ; treas
urer, Del Wilson; conductor, V. J. Sow
adzkl; inside guard. John S. Ebort: out
side guard, A. J. Pfcffer; trustees. Al
bert Here. D. C. Staloy. P. II. Rllev;
physician, Dr. Alralt Lowls; musician, P.
G. A. K.
Georgo R. Maxwell post. No. C. G. A.
R.. will moot at their hall in Federation
building on Thursday, .December S, at
C p. m. sharp, for tho purpose of nomi
nating officers for tho ensuing year A
good attendance of comrades is desired.
The Grand Army ball and card party
to bo given by Georgo R. Maxwell post.
No. 0, will take placo Thursday. Decem
bor S. 1001. at their hall li) Federation
building, corner Fourth South and Statu
Ladies of the Maccabees.
Banner hive will hold their regular' re
view on Tuesday. December C. All mem
bers aro requested to bo present as tho
annual election of officers will be held.
Lady Burton's namo was Inadvertently
omitted last week ns one of tho ladled
who assisted Mrs. lllckey at her social.
Thursday evening at S p. m. tho hlvo
will givo a card social in thoir hall. All
Miiccabces and friends are cordially In
vited. Improved Order of Red Men.
This, the oldest fraternal organization
of puroly American origin, ban increased
its membership 03,000 during the past
year. Its phenomenal growth Is partly
due to tho Indorsement and support of
'prominent members of other popular fra
ternal orders, and mue.t therefore be
highly gratifying to tho chiefs of tho
great council of tho United States.
Everywhere that tho Red Men aro propa
gated from tho paloface world. Masons,
Knights of Pythias and Odd Fellows
glvu It tho warm hand of friendship and
r.tslst in tho establishment of now tribes,
as is demonstrated at this time in Salt
Lako City. Ordinarily tho Improved Or
der of Red Men does not solicit mem
bers, but as tho great council of tno
United States is being urged to increase
tho membership in Utah sc that a State
great council (grand lodge) may bo In
stituted In tho near future, a representa
tive of th-2 great council. Col. J. Q. Al
bright, tho deputy great lncohonoc, Is
crgnnlzlnc now tribes. Ono was estab
lished but a short tlrno ago, and on ac
count of tho steady Incrcaoo of Its mom
bvrs nnd through tho solicitation of
prominent citizens. Col. Albright has
concluded to organl?,o another, to bo
christened Tawawa, No., 4. In ordor to
WB? "WALNUTTA HAIR STAIN"
TDfR?&4nrjir aS worry or sicKnoos han brcnght,
& ,VIAK,i you white hairs or if niiture has boon un.
Kind in giving you ha.Ir of an objectionable color, itS
fj can bo romediod with Walnutta Hair Stain. Thia
vrich and harmless stain restores Cray, strcaRcd orr
(3 bleached hair or board inotantanooualy with no ovil offoctin
M and tfivoo any shade from light brown to black. Does notRI
H wash or rub off contains no poisons and ia not sticKycV
&or greasy. iff
To Convince Yourself ?J&;LiZfZ&Mtt! M
S. Made by dio PACIFIC TRADING CO , St. Loui, Mo. A
, - 'OR SALE AND GUARANTI5IID UV
I-nJUL, DRUG CO., f
2 Corner Opposite PostofHce, e0
Salt Lake City. -egS
facilitate iho work of obtaining deslr tblc
matorlal for tho Tawawa, a standing
committee has bean chosen who will de
cldo upon tho desirability of applicants
for charter membership. Palefaces wish
ing to fratomlzc with" the Improved Or
der o Red Men will confer with either
of. tho following named gcntlemon of tho
commlttoo- Archibald G. Mahan. chair
man ; Charlos I. Douglas. Judgo AV. R.
White. Charles P. Jonnlngs, Frederick
AV. Gardnor. Joseph Sands. Ebor YV.
Hall. William H. Carter, Charles M.
Went, Jeane Do Bo.uzck, John N. Court
ney, Lewln M. Law, Georgo V. McCon
aughoy, Addison McCur'aln, Ernest
Randall. William B Kelly, Walter
Schmleror and Harry W. Branch.
Tho Tawawas will bo Instituted on tho
night of December 12. osslstcd by tho
already famous degree team of tho Mo
hawks and Woohakocs tribes. A per
ocr.al notlco will bo given later to each
of the hundred or more members. Quali
fications necessary to become a member,
visible means of support, sound in body,
mind and limb, qualified citizens of tho
United States, from tho ages of 18 to
The regular monthly meeting of tho
Vetoran Volunteer Firemen's association
will bo held at thoir hall, Tii. Canyon
road, on Monday evening, December f
at 7:30 p. m, A full nlttendanco of offi
cers nnd members is requested; also all
members of tho Firemen Mortuary Aid
a.soclatlon, as rules and by-laws will
bo presented for acceptance to govern
the association. All old volunteer flro
mon aro always welcome to como to our
Fall River Mills to Start Monday.
FALL RIVER, Mosb., Dec. 4. It is an
nounced 'that all tho Full River mills will
bo started again on Monday. Tho man
ufacturers will attempt to break tho
strlko by bringing In operatives from
other towns. Tho union ofllclals claim
that tho mill-owners aro making offers
of higher wages than those which pro
vailed before the proposed reduction. It
is understood that tho mill agents have
requested that additional pollco bo sent
when the mills start Monday. Tho strik
ers havo been orderly up to this time.
Celebrate Anniversary of Reform.
ST. PETERSBURG, Dec. -1. Tho cele
bration of tho fortieth anniversary of tho
reform in the administration of Justice
in Russia was celebrated In St. Peters
burg and Moscow today by a meeting of
legal bodies. Resolutions wero passed to
the effect that the reforms could not b
regarded as entirely satisfactory so long
as guarantees of tho Inviolability of per
son and domicile, as well as freedom of
tho press and opinion, aro withheld.
Backed "Wire House" and Lost.
NEW YORK. Dec. A. Wall strcot gos
sip has It that "A!" Adams, tho ox-policy
king, has lost $250,000 during tho past few
weeks backing a "wire-house." which is
euphemistic namo for a bucket-shop Ac
cording to tho talk In tho financial dis
trict, Adams intends to contlmio to "play"
against tho patrons of tho house, and
expects to' recoup when tho first flurry
In tho market comes
Secretary Taft to Sail for Home.
PANAMA, Dec. I Secretary Taft will
sail for tho United States next Wednes
day, but will stop at Kingston. Jamaica,
to look Into the question of securing la
borers there for work on tho canal 1
Could Afford to Bo Calm.
"Put yourself in my plnce, young man
Would you want your daughter to marry
a penniless youth?"
"Put yourself In my place, sir. Would
you want to remain a ponninless youth
when there aro rich men a daughters to
"You confess that you'd slmplv marry (
my child for her father's wealth?"
"And you confess that you withhold
her from me simply because of my pov
erty?" "What other reason do I nedd?"
"What other reaion could Inlluencw
"This talk Is quite useless."
"Wo havo nothing to gain by It."
"You tako it philosophically."
"Why, shouldn't I? Your daughter and
I were qulotly married a month ago "
"Good gracious!" Chicago Journal.
Let it be neither weak nor
Btrong, at least good, if pos
sible fine, and brewed by one
who ktiows how.
5 APPETIZING TO !j
j LOOK AT, SWEET k
$ TO THE TASTE
I BREAD. SATIS-
I FACTION OR
i MONEY BACK. ft
CALIFORNIA AND EASTERN
And All Sporting Events.
23 W. 2nd South.
The St. Nicholas Hotel
Is now open. European rates, 75 conta
a day and up. Corner West Second
South and West Temple, over F. J.
H1U Druff Co,
W. L. BOUGLAS
"IUDGAL" ' '
And many other well-known,
S3. 50 and S4.00 shoes for
i mon and women, now on
BEN DAVIS. Pres.
AARON LEVITT, Secy and Trca
23S and 240 Main St. Both 'phones 695.
Good Whisky Pleoai No iraisc. Sold
by ROPKR & MAYER, "Tho Zang." 2d
2S W. 2nd So.
li yon carry a Loyson
watch movGF&aM you
I know whera yea'ro at, $
I but If you dn't yon'd j!
bstter 'phose 63 for
I th.Q correct time. - I
ALT " LAKE. CJTY
DIDN'T-III'RT-A-BIT BOY. f
a Here ore my prices for first- ?
9 class DliNTISTRY: ft
j Full sot tooth jr. oo fjc
i Gold crowns or bridges G im
i Fillings. 50c to i it) ;
Extracting Painless. f
5 DR. WEST, DENTIST.
3 3-d MhIii Ht. Tel. 1G?J-Iv. g
fR Wo havo Just re- S
BJ celvert a papor of ?j
yi unmounted diamonds that wo can -
H pell at unusually ' low prices, In l
m finest quaiity. which wo will do.
El Plcaso call and look at them at jj
fig once, as they will movo fast. Man- yi
Bp ufacturo all lrlnds of Bpoclal dc- H
pn eljms to order. Make over old Jow- 1
eg clry Into up-to-dato designs or ox- t
81 chantio for new, or buy your old x
S3 cold. u
2D0 So Main St. gj
CEREAL FOOD COFFEE
fpSPEgSn? Youa. middlr-
S H f 5 S W AGED AND ELDER
PI V fj fl? p LY. If you aro sexually
lit Itfg i woak, no rnattor from
f ft (I F la? n RjWhat causo; undevel
r A3c&-U9wl oped, havo stricture
S. ntYr '.: -i mg) varlcocclo. etc., MY
PERFECT APPLIANCE will cur you.
No drucs or electricity; 750.000 cured and
Jovelopcd. 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Send for
free booklot Sent scaled. Guaranteed.
Writo today R C. Emmet, 233 Tabor
block. Donvcr, Colo.
p& Eighteen shopping (laytJ M
vwSg ' till Christmas. ttH
I f? But l3eforo yu think
I r), about Christmas presents'
CWK Let's get lhat Winter -Ifl
Ww W'ff'-'-''' Suit off your mind. 'ffl
! fe--:' --' Come i ii an (3 choose tho
I NfpJ-; . :'':''f the matter of price.
.V'.', You'll have more left fl
for "the, other things than II
r- wk ' 1 : Because all our suit II
s lajS'-iT n's? from 1:110 Irln(1 down, 9
lli ook 15ko m0l"e than w0
WM't What we've said about il
: ' l&M Plenty of handsome B
i MS gifts for Men and Boy8 B
when you are ready for B
I Sce Jo Fo GARDNER mSn!S
TlTif QUALITY STORE -B
puts a piaoofein.
l 310 la all wo aok asr-tls&'flrt !
f payment oa a $250 Piano, and. 58 S
j per month thcraaftor p&yn tho ,
i balance. Thla Piano, tho Rem-
f brandt. Id a beautiful lnotrnmont,
1 fully uuaranteed for ten years, c
S EVERETT BEAIiEHS. j
I , )
Carstensen & Aruon o. I
K Templo of Mualo. f
,.?4 MAIN STREET.. J
Successors to Daynea MubIo Co. S
j-IT FEEDS 1
j THE SKIN j
Ward's Massage Cold Cream ia I
I not only a delightful application J
i for any redness or roughness of i
! thr akin, but 13 essentially a skin V
food. It feeds the delicate llRaues j
and rounds out the face, arms or I
bust, it Is a massage cream, a s
skin food and a healing appllca- fet
SM tlon all in one. y
Daintily perfumed. Try It. ?
jl In ax at 25, CO and 75c i
) Paytosi Drug Co. j
Cor. "nd So. and Stato St. Tel. C52.
3 Consult our Nursos' Directory. rj
"BEST OF THE GOOD ONES."
Guaranteed to Bo Absolutely Pure
Hewlett IBros. Co.
For Toilet and Bath.
It makes tho toilet somothlnt- i.
I (JNION ASSAY OFPICE,
M. S. HANAUER. Manaee
Removed to 153 South W. TeraDlo "
SAMPLES BY MAIL -.D EXPRESS
IU recelvo prompt attention. AuMytlcnl
work a .pucralti:. Bend for. prl uJL
BE "WTSE j
as an old owl and don't forgot tbs-djB
laccs of your plumbing
NEGLECT OFTEN CAUSES &rjff
acctors bills and funeral exponsei. H,
"Wo can savo you a v, holo lot cf riE.
expenditure by having your plurabktBj
tended to as ."oon as needed ReaeslE
a stitch in tlmo saves nine, W.tK
lists In our lino, do tho best of r.-xlcjK
at reasonable prices.
L M. 51IQLEY & Cff
HONEST PLUMBERS. K
Electric Wiring and Flxturu.
103 E. 1st So. Ind. 'phone, 752: BelUOS
1, jjoaltlvo and pormancnt c'f'.H
dn2iennes3 and tho opium u-'tB
Thero la no publicity, no sickness.
trsatcfl as privately as at
homes. The Kceloy Institute, si I'-'JH
Temple, Salt Lal:o City, Utah. jH
v FOn HUIE7EM YEARS .H
Prl-ntry, Soocnilory or Tertiary B!d .H
Porniancntly OurcJ. Yon can l-o t't.:1IH
B homo unaor samo gnarcnty Orl'iTjB
C Wo solicit tho moitobotlndtoMMM. "JfB
cared tho worst caso3 In 15 to'Ji dart,
I hovo token moreury. iodiJo potwh "t:, jH
, bavo iwhwi and paloa, Mueu l.tiJB
J. Mouth, tforo'niroat.IMror.CXrP:-fJ!M
Spots, Ulcora on nay partof fhoboaj,
j Eyobrown KUIdk oat. writo for JW1
2 caros. 100-pnzo Book Free. 'iBt
WjQK REMEDY CO. jMi
E 310 masojtio 7EanACi2B
Scott's Sany-Pepsie Mm
x A POSITIVE CM
F. J. HILL DRUG CO.. Salt 3
208 MAIN ST. Kg
California and Eastern races. nEl
wiro for all sporting ovents.