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P 12 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 9, 1906. IB
1 i " - . - ' ' ' i "
If ' iiljl President Roosevelt Speaks
( j j Plainly in a Sermon at
' I ' Oyster Bay.
! . ! CANNOT UNDERSTAND THE
, NEGLECT OP CHURCHES
j i jj Rielies Have Their Place, but
j : j Must Not Supplant Spir-
! hi itnal Wealth,
'. I ' i. OYSTER BAY. Sept. S. In an ad-
1 ,i I,1 I dress at the bi-centeuary celebration of
I '; f the Christ EpiscoDal church hero today
, ;i President Roosovolt talked of the necea-
II 1 ;, mi sity of religion and clean living for the
I ' ' p tvelfaro of tho Nation.
I ' ' V-"- cannot understand any American
I , I ! ' ' citizen," he said, "who has the
I jj l faintcsr. feeling of patriotism and devo
j j r ' tion to his country failing to appreci
i , ! j ato tho absolute essential need of re
I ' i ligion in its broadest sense, to tho wel
Ij I ) I fare of this country.
I fi ,) "If it were not for tho fact tnat
' , ' 1 ; in our villages ami towns a3 the' have
Hi ' . ' grown up, tho churches have grown up
I i ' i j In them and in tho churches men whose
I . i, : work is not for the things of tho bodv.
I. ; I; but for the welfaro of the soul, it would
D! , not bo tho Nation that it is, because
H. ij the Nation would not be a fit abode for
It !.j civilized man."
I' Ho said that our material foundation
l ' J of wealth was but a baso for tho spir
I . "If itual growth of tho Nation, and while
Dj : i'c the material ought not to bo disregard
s' , ..'jj, ed, its real object ought not to bo lost
I; sight of. Tho mission of the church
' was not to work in the interests of one
j' ' ; jj sect, but for humanity as a whole,
j J! Christianity Is Vital.
If jj "I wish io emphasize tho vital im-
' j:j portancp to this Nation of our people
1 ( , peiug taught to realize that Chnstian
f i. j ity manifests itself in the conduct of its
I j. most humble professor. "
: j Ilero the Prosidcnt read several
j'; f' verses from tho Bible to point out that
not tho hearers but tho doers of the
! word wero the tnto followers of Christ.
! i , On tho subject of riches tho Presi
! ; j dent said:
I ' " j "Thero is nothing I abhor moro than
, ' the telling of an untruth, whothcr un
.' jf conventional untruth or not, and I
. f would on no occasion be understood as
j : affecting to deprccato material well bo
I , iug. To tell men to disregard riches
i Jt entirely is to preach to them a doc
trine which it is impossible for them
j f to livo up to, but which the preacher
! knows perfectly well they will not try
to livo up to. But put riches below
j r.-jj. things of tho soul. Give to tho
; '. ; body what tho body is entitled to. Tho
J j multi-millionaire is not a harm, but a
. good to tho community if ho appreci-
j atcs that ho is only a trustee- for that
i ' groat wealth tbut ho is a trustco for
f tho causo of goodness."
j Tho Presidont emphasized the neces--I
. sity of every man being thoroughly
v Eclf-supporting as a basis for spiritual
, j j. life, lie concluded that tho sentimont
i '1 of tho only life really worth living
.j.f'i wa3 one that made otuers better bo
!,' causo it had been lived.
I t '
j ); Held's Band at Liberty park today.
I) : REJECTED SUITOR STABS GIRL
j : ' .j: Murder Oroates Groat Excitement in
i i' Littlo To-wn of Hungary.
I '-j' . BUDAPEST, Sept, S.A. terrible murder
j has created great emotion in the little
j f, town o Balaton, Hungary. Two brothers
i , L named Bela and Pista PIstatJowich fell
' I in love with tho same woman, a beautiful
l 'Iff Slrl of 17. Both proposed to her on the
! !;i B&me day, and tho girl choso tho elder
I J ', jtfl one, Bela.
,i , i ''Hi A few daye ago, on the ove of their
i . 'V marriage, tho young couplo wero out
I J .' . fi walking together, when tho younger
f ! a brother stepped ont from some bushes by
' ' r.?' the roadsido and, In a solemn tone, asked
! Xjj. the girl to reconsider her decision. This
i i!$ sho refused to do, whoroupon Pista drew
i i knife and plunged It Into the girl, who
I (i fell dead.
A terrlblo struggle took place between
the two brothers, ending In tho defeat of
j A tho unbappy fiance, who was wounded.
! ih TIo murderer then fled and, In spite of
T, all efforts of tho gendarmes and tho vil-
; (? lagers, has not yet been found. It is
i. Hij bolicved that tho wounded man may rc-
- j 'J cover.
IR? Town of Many Languages.
'I' Thcro aro few cities in the world hav
i L ng moro newspapers and of such varied
j.J' tongues than Buenos Ayres. Altogether
I , ! Uio number of dailies, weoklles, monthlies
life and irregulars published In tho republic
I l fluctuates about 180. Besides, of course,
i )' 11,0 "notional" language, with Its wide
'.f divergencies from Spanish, there are pa
id lers published in Castllllan, in Catalan,
t , In Italian, French, German and English,
: V in Basque, In Norwegian and In Danish,
."r-! 5l Arabic, Syrian, Hebraic, Servian and
I, i -. I in several dialects, whllo In tho Chubut
'',' territory the Welsh organ ha3 consldcr
I1 ' i ! able Bale nnd Influence. Buenos Arc3
, f ll Herald.
Nono of tho great singers is moro
f;enerous toward thoir younger col
eagues than Mme. Melba, who is com
ing to this country noxt winter for a
few concerts, under the management of
C. A. Ellis or Boston, in addition to her
appearances with the Haraniorstein Op
era company of New York. Sho has
launchod more than ono on a success
ful career through her kindliness and
great influenco in tho musical world.
Two of her proteges will be in Amer
ica this winter, Mile. Parkina, an Amer
ican girl from Kansas City, whom Mel
ba introduced to hor own town, and
Mile. Donalda, a Canadian girl, who
will be in tho Hammersteln company
through Mme. Melba.'s influence. The
great singer is unsparing in her pains
to help young people along. In June
she organized a concert in London for
a young Australian contralto in whom
she had faith and played the accompa
niments for the girl. This gave tho
singer not only a tremendously auspi
cious launching in London, but what
was probably as welcome, it insured
her very substantial financial returns
from the concerts, for tho moro an
nouncement of Melba in Ldndon means
always a crowded house.
Emillio Gorgoza, the famous baritone,
will be heard in a rocitnl at the Pres
byterian church on the evening of Oc
tober 10. Tho second appcarnnce of
Gorgoza in tho city will be ono of tho
musical events of the year, Last year
he toured with Emma Eames and re
ceived flattering press notices wherever
he was heard.
Miss Shaunah Cumming tho well
known soprano, a sister oi Mrs. "Wil
liam AVtzell of this city, will be heard
in a recital in this city next month.
Miss Cumming is making a transconti
nental tour and will givo a number of
concerts along tho coast.
A great doal of interest is being
taken in the "Wedding Day," to be
given by tho Homo Opera company, be
ginning with a matinee performance, on
Saturday, Prof. McClellan has been in
chnrgo of the muBic and says that a
treat is in storo for the public.
Miss Mary Olive Gray proscnted hor
pupil, Miss Ella Dyer, in a vorv pleas
ing recital Fridav evening at the Con
gregational church. Tho work dono by
the young pianist was excellent and
she was well received. Mrs. Marie
Gerrans, who has recontly returned
from Paris, was the vocalist of the
Miss Emily Larsen will sing at the
morning service at tho First Fresh1-
tcrian church todaj.
Mr. Sharp will sing tho offertory at
St. Paul's church this morning.
Miss Edna Duncan has opened a vo
cal studio in Boise.
A special musical programme will bo
given at tho Ladies ' Litorary club on
tho afternoon of September 14. Those
who will appear on the programme aro
Miss Cecilia Sharp, "Willard "Wetho and
n n .
The members of Hold's band havo
been the recipients of many congratu
lations from their friends over tho ex
cellent programme they furnished at tho
Irrigation congress, in Boise. During
tho past season tho band has accom
panied tho Utah Manufacturers' associa
tion on its various excursions.
Tho last of the popular band concerts
given by Held's band will take placo
this afternoon at -1 o'clock at Liberty
Eark. An excellent programmo has
The history section of the Ladies'
Literary club will meet at the club
houso Thursday morning, September 13.
at 10 o'clock. Mrs. Byron Groo will
five tho topic, "Tho Supremacy of
facodon." Tho subject for onc-rainute
talks will bo "Demosthenes."
The Ladies Literary club chorus will
moot Friday afternoon at Mrs. William
Wotzell's studio. A full attendance is
Tho following programmo will be given
at tho Ladies 1 Literary club on Friday
afternoon: Piano dubt, Arthur Shep
herd and Miss Sharp; fiuto solo, Mr.
Fleishman, accompanied by Mr. Shop
herd: vocal quartette, mixed voices.
Tho Spirit of Liberty chapter, D. A.
P., will have a meeting Thursday after
noon, Septembor 13, at the home of Mrsi
Georgo Y. Wallace at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs.
A. ,T. Hosmer will havo charge of the
Compassion for tho Hen.
Soma of tho lust flight of statehood boom
ers from Oklahoma, preparing to jfo homo,
wont into a cheap restaurant on Pennsyl
vania nvomie, in Washington, tho other tday,
to got brcnkfnst. One of tho party ordered
Lolled oggs nnd ono of tho oggs was bad.
"llerof" ho shoutod to tho waiter. "What
kind of a deal is this I I como In lioro and
order boiled oggs bocauso I think hoilod eggs
is tho only thing you enn-cook in that kitchen
without your cook gotting his fingers in it.
nnd ono of tho eggs Is bad. Tako it away I
Git it. outon my sight or I'll "
"Jim," interrupted ono of his companions,
"you nro makin' a hoap of fuss you should
not bo doin'. Ain't you got no bowels of
compassion. Jist think of tho poro slok hen
that laid that thcro egg and bo ashamed of
yourself." New York World.
Ill M IP D niQVA DECEPTIVE
i , l Mercury and potash are very deceptive treatments and the blood poison
J j( j tj j eufferer who depends on them for a cure is sure to be disappointed. These
) ' A ; l minerals will remove the external symptom's and shut the disease tip in the
, i A system for a while, but the trouble will surely return and the loathsome
' symptoms of sore mouth and throat, copper-colored spots, falling; hair, sores
' i ! A and ulcers etc., will be accompanied by the disastrous effects of the
, j f . treatment. The continued use of these strong; minerals will completely ruin
I j! the health and weaken the system to such an extent that the original
. (8 disease often becomes incurable and sometimes fatal. Mercury
I and potash eat out the delicate lining of the 'stomach and bowels,
, jj destroy the gastric juices, producing chronic dyspepsia, cause mercurial
. i! Rheumatism, salivation, and where they are taken in large quantities cause
'4 J necrosis or decay of the bones. S. S. S. is the only remedy that can cure
H i' Contagious Blood Poison surely and safety. This remedy of nature, made
)(; entirely of roots, herbs and barks, antidotes and destroys the powerful virus
; f the disease and by purifying the blood of every particle of the poison and
f, j ennching and strengthening this vital fluid it removes every symptom
H' I 1 ,:j ifk and leaves the body in a strong, healthy con -
, i ) dition. When the blood has been purified
it -I; "; Cfe ril w S" S' S tlie curc s comPlete. and not one
jJ j' i UA JP jiL vestiSe thc Poisoii is left for future out-
1 ihi 9 m& 9 breaks. Do not waste valuable time, and dain-
:' ' ll-j PURELY VEGETABLE. a&e health with the mineral .treatment,
1 S: v but cure your case with S. S.S., an absolutely ;
, !j , :j safe remedy. We offer a reward of $1,000 for proof that S. S. S. contains a
. j' 1 1 Si particle of mineral. Book with instructions for self treatment and medical ad- ,
H M !' I ViCC With0Ut Charge ' THE SW,ST SPECIFIC G0.9 ATLANTA, GA
'It! 1 1
The Fall and Early Winter-Months Are the Most Dangerous in All the Year to Sufferers From
Catarrh, Asthma and Lung Trouble. This Is the Season When Consumption Begins Its
Carnival of Death And Picks Its Victims From the Ranks of Catarrh Sufferers.
IF YOU HAVE CATARRH NO MATTER HOW MILD DO SOMETHING NOW.
DON'T WAIT UNTIL THAT COUGH BECOMES INCURABLE, DON'T WAIT UNTIL YOU SPIT UP BLOOD
BEFORE YOU HEED THE WARNING DON'T WAIT UNTIL YOU LIE AWAKE NIGHT AFTER NIGHT
GASPING FOR BREATH AND COUGHING YOUR LIFE AWAY BE UP AND DOING EE CURED NOW
TOMORROW MAY BE TOO LATE.
DRS. SHORES CURE OATAARRH IN ALL ITS FORMS NO ONE CURES CONSUMPTION IN THE
LAST STAGES KEEP THIS IN YOUR MEMORY AND COME TO DRS. SHORES AND BE CURED.
ijfii W You Have Catarrh in Any Form,
llllpfl However Mild, Attend to It, Now
QggjJ fT A few treatments at this favorable season means a Cure Delay
jHHL. i means great suffering and large doctor bills, and possible death. People
(Ji . v;k Iiavo een deceiving thomBolvos with tho thought that the "Mild Ca-
dtm IwT ' tarrh" and "Slight Cough" will "PASS OFF" should remember that very
ASMBfew. BLsL 0ften 1110 PATIENT ' 'PASSES OFF" with it. A littlo troatmont NOW
Mi!BlMEflQT&k Ifftl ls cll0',PQr tlian tlie undertaker will be thiB winter. Don't Neglect the warn-
fjmff in8 don't try to put out a nro by adding fuel to the flame3 DON'T
EMbJ IMPOSE ON NATURE BE CURED NOW while the time is favorablo,
MiliiS' the conditions are curable, and the prices for treatment lower than they
25ipP5aj$ ' ever were before or ever will bo again.
mimcmA $1 a Treatment or $15 for a Cure for AH Catarrhal Diseases
r,,,-. mlm,.m Including Catarrh, Asthma, Hay Fever, Lung Trouble and Deaf Cases that
HOME TREATMENT CURES a curable to all who apply at once. Tills Special Offer will soon be with-
drawn, but all who apply in person at Drs. Shores Offices THIS WEEK will
be treated for any Catarrhal disease for 51 per treatment or $16 for a guar-
To properly administer this new entarrh anteod ClU'O. Don't delay COME AT ONCE AND BE CURED,
treatment at home, Drs. Shoros hare se-
curod tvro kinds of instruments for use of
thoir patients who cnu not call ut tho TiT-jri mirm i m i vm Trrrm S&Mt?$l!&t!
oiTlce. Ono for cleansing nnd rendering ft TREAT AND CURE
the momhrano antisoptic. nnd ono for nd- Jf 3S3
ministering tho curative oils direct to CATARRH Donfnesc, Nose and . iSfWSffWrn
tho dloeoscd niombrones. Those two in- Throat Troubles, Eye and Ear Diseases, felftY YjteSsslWwAi
struments aro given FREE with each full Bronchial and Lung Troubles, Asthma,
course of treatment, and tno entire course, Stomach, Liver nnd Kidnoy Disease?, SasBKiBl
Including instruments nnd medicines to Bladder Troubles, Femnlo Complaints, PlSS
comploto a cure, ia $15 only. Remember, Chronic Diseases of "Women and Childron. tTv MJ&mM
this does not moan $15 a month, but Heart Diaen6e, Norvous Diseases, Ohorea dSsffimMt
for n cure. Thoro ia no more "treat- f St. Vitus' Dance), Rickets, Spinal Trou- Z5! VflV -
ment by tho month" for catarrh. 6inco bin. Skin DiBeases, Sciatica and Rheum- teSk,.
this 'new discorory cures quickly and tism, Diseases of tho Bowels, Piles, Fis- SSj,
"'rely. tula and Rertal Troubles. Goitro (or Big
Keel;), Blood DiseaBcs, Tapo Worm, Hay WuZfZiSl
Fever, Hystorln, Epilepsy, Insomnia, etc., S9vmffJlyX SKbiJtSaLrf
DANGER SIGNALS. Di"eaS. NorvouB, Privat0 flnd LjjE
Aches and Pains Aro the Danger Catarrh of the Stomach. Mgl
Signals That You Aro Sick and . Catarrh of tho stomach is usually caused iPglilaEPifv'
by swallowing poisonous mucus, which 4r
"Moorl Trnntmnnf drops down from the head and throat at 7 "TSgv-
ieea iroatmcnt. night Qll!ckly curod nt itno cost hy r
Read the following symptoms over care- Drs. Shores' famous treatment. T2ILGLJrlLflHQBiHRj
fully, mark thoso you feel in your caso, "Is thero nnusen ?" '
nnd sond or brine them to Drs. Shores, "Do you beloh up gnsl" Tlr - n
and they will toll you freo of charge "Aro you constipated!" SlffltTlP I JIAS WT VlOll
whether or not you can bo cured. "Is your tongue coated!" lAvJLilW VUl Wo JU V irlclll
mi, --..j ,7 tm,.; "Do you bloat up nftor eating?" .
me 5.oan ana inroat. 'Is thero constnnl bad ttl3t0 in tha IF YOU LIVE OUT OF TOWN
This form of catarrh is most common mouthl" TTirvfmn c,,.. . P. .
resulting from neglected colds-quickly Now is the time to bo permanently WDITC fl. S bll0res & Shores for
cured with little cost by Drs. Shores' fn- cured. Drs. Shores aro curing hundreds Will I P tlleIr new Symptom list
mous trcntment. ovory week. !f XlllJJ and get their advice frOO.
"Ia your noso stopped upl"
"Is your nose soro and tender?" . . ,
Sat?5sF WEAK MEN PAY WHEN CURED
"Do you sloop with your mouth open?"
You can be easily cured now don't let -
It run into complications. ' Contracted wl i i nt j u nr t
Tho Bronchial Tubes. DJsord.rs "Weakuess" Is and Haw We Varicocele
"Whon catarrh of the head or throat is Ro sum your euro is . CUTS It. ' Absolutely palnloss
neglocted or wrongfully treated, it ex- thorough. Not ono ,, , , f .,. f nf
tends down tho windpipe into tho bron- of our patients has So-called weakness in men is merely treatment that cures
chial tubes, and aftor a whllo nttacks tho evor had a rolapso nf- a.6ymptom of chronic Inflammation' In completely. Invcstlgnto
lungs. Quickly cured with littlo cost by ter being discharged as tll0 prostrato eland, brought on by our method. It ls tho
Drs. Shores' famous treatment. cured, nnd wo euro lu , . .. . ix, i
"Have you a cough?" less time than tho or- rly dissipation or by tho Improper only thorough i, lon-
"Do you tako cold easily!" - dlnary forms of treat- treatment of some contracted dis- :inr r.mninv,i
"Havo you pain in tho side?" ment rcqulro. oase. A comploto and radical cure Is u'seaso ncing cmpiocu
"Do you raise frothy materials!" theroforo n question of restoring tho .
"Do you spit up littlo choosy lumps!" Sresciflc porstrato gland to tho normal stato,
"Do vou feel you aro growing nn(l t,,la wo accomplish promptly and Spermatorrhoea, Lost
weaker V' tSIOOa completely without tho use of Internal Manhood, Somlnal
Don't risk ncglocting the6o warnings Poison. remedies. Our treatment ls a locnl WenknnHn Rtririum
stop tho disease before it reaches (ho Vn ,,nT1(.ornR TnlnAP ono entirely. It ls original and scion- " , 0"8'. V , ' ,
lungs. unnserouB minor- tlnc ,,,1 UJl3 bccu provon absolutely Skin nnd Kld-
OaMrrh nf tho "Pare ?i8 ,Zn nTorior effective by thousands of testa. Wo ney diseases, etc., are
uatarm or tno .bars. to tho Interior but nro convinced that by no other moth- ,, i. u
Catarrh extends from tho throat along harmless blood cleans- ods cnn ful, and prmanent rc8t0ra- a,S0 amons tho dla-
tho oustachinn tubes into tho onru, caus- ,nE remedies mat re- tlon of strength and vigor bo accom- eaE0S a euro to stay
ing partial or complcto deafness. Qnicklv ftor? lUe ,nst P0'80" pllshed. cured.
cured with littlo cost by Drs. Shores' talnI-
famous treatment. " '
oipl?sSxr;. MS. SHORES & SHORES,
"Is your hearing worse when you havo Houston Slock, 249 South Main St., Salt Lake Citv.
a cold?" J
iXXVT 0FFICE HOURS-Week days, D a. m. to 5 p. m. Evening, 7 to S p. m.
euro you. j Sundays and Holidays, 10 a. m. to 12 noon.
WHITE GOWN FAMINE
Laundries Unable to Satisfy Demands,
Women Hold Indignation Meeting.
SARATOGA, Sopt 8, A white frock
famlno ia causlug a lot of anguish among
tho ladles staying at the big hotels. Tho
lnck of adequato laundry facilities Is re--sponsible
There arc only three estab
lishments in town, outsldo Ot those con
ducted by tho hoading hotels, and
nono of them has facilities to supply
tho demand. Tho result is that young
and old Indies who arc in tho habit of
changing their v.'hlto linen and lnce
gowns two or thrco times a day have
been compelled to resort to fabrics of
color or get through tho day with ono
Tho laundryniou nro very prolific In
their promises of Immediate delivery, but
such a promiso is a good deal In tho
uaturo of a Joko, as It requires from
three days to a week to Insure tho re
turn o ap article sent them for re
furbishing. So iudlgnant aro tho ladies
at tho Grand Union and United States
hotels, who by reason of the over
worked condition of tho laundry
brunohes of those establishments have
been compelled to send their white goods
outside, that thdy held an indignation
meeting today and sent a delegation of
husbands to talk matters over with the
independent laundry people.
One of the laundrymen who was ad
vised of tho anger of his fair patrons
and of the intended visit of thoir hus
bands and sweethearts, asked the police
department today to sond around a
couple of men to prevent damage to
himself and to his plant. A number
of women, convinced that forco will not
end tho white goods tragedy, have under
taken to do their own laundry work, par
ticularly the small pieces. In almost
every window fronting on the streets or
In the courts of the big hotels filmy
hundkercblefs and dellcato articles of
i feminine wearing apparel arc to be seen
plastered against the window pane dry
ing. Twice a day a freight car full of white
frocks Is sent to Troy upon the guar
antee of the laundries thero that they
will be returned ready for another cam
paign within twenty-four hours.
Doubtless as Good as MoBt. i
A remedy for baldness lias recently been
found by a learned Egyptologist- inscribed in
a pxpyrus. It Is said to liavo boon U3cd
by Mug Chnta, the second sovereign of tho
First Dynnsty. Tho recipo is ns follows:
"A mixture of dog's paws, dates and nases'
hoofs, ground up and cooked in oil. The
head la to bo rubbed rigorously with the
preparation." Tliu Family Doctor.
ACTS AS A MEDICINE.
i . Wherever applied, Its healing and nourishment ia instantly nbaorbed S
b7. the pores. It strengthena and builds up the tissues nnderlvina' tho
ekm and Firm, Healthy Fleah Is the remit. uuucnying tno
R. CHARLES FLESH FOOD Is no new experiment. It haa been
in use for more than fifty yeara and during that time thousands of trome2 I
j and men have nsed It with entire (satisfaction. women t
I aT?3?titiB not to ,be claesedwIth-Cold Creams" and other thimra of Uka i
;, superficial potency is proved by the fact that it ja prescribed by leading
,; physicians and used In hospitals for thenntrition of invalids whose stomach!
', arc too weak to digest food. wa8tM S
': fc, hDIV CFR- S. WySHFOODeiionia b ed hy every woman who
j- haa the least desire to be attractive. It is the only preparation that will
Kh a H?!lowed- Sin ,cheekl "rBCwny neck witlTFIrm, Hnlthy
d!ep thenfurrowra Wr,nk,cs from face and hands, no matter how j
"P FOR DEVELOPING THE IMMATURE BUST or to make the breaat
5r?'i f rgC ad beaut,.ful Hng can equal it. To prevent the breaata from
PrKHnAtrV'W?fn,n.?,ba1by' mothers ehould always uae DR. CHARLES
. f'LSSrl FOOD. It will also restore a bosom to its natural contour and i
Ji beauty lost throuch nursing and sickness. . i
ON SALE AT F. J. HILL DRUG CO.,
i The Never Subetltutors at B0c' a Box. '!
Ji BPECIAIj OFFER. The regular price of DR. CHARLES' FLESH
, FOOD Is 51.00 a box, but to Introduce It into thouoanda of new homes
i The F. J. Hill Drug Co., of Salt Lake City, will Bend TWO (2) boxes to S
J all who answer this advertisement and send 'them 51.00. All packages I
are oent In plain wrapper, postage prepaid. (
!' FEE A S,?mP,J5Bo3Frri,22 tpovzb to convince you of the ereati
-in lHt f ?R" C?X,RLB:f, FLESH FOODviH be aenffree
for 10 cents, which pays for coat of maili.g. With this aample we will alao
aend you our illustrated Book,' "Art of Mawage," which contalna all the
, proper movements for Massaging: the face, neck and anno and full directiona i
) for developing the bust. Address
THE TRIBUNE Gives tke People. Wants tte
j G-AKDJiiK a TODAY STntBj
I caPr-tiCHT Hot bvthc BOiTgW. cuoww Co. CUl0. ''TTflil
J School tmie will soon be tere7w7b
wish for your little men to study well when j
j If the boy is fitted out in a nice Suit and fl
! tilings he will feel better and can learn MsM
j Don't get the idea that to dress the hyM
I cejssary to dress him expensively. Quite 3
if you bring him to the Gardner store M
Eor $2.50, $3.50 or $4.00 we can dress youfl
j in a good looking School Suit. If you
$6, $7.50 or more, we can give him a suit thjJ
well on Sunday and will be serviceable whenlB
I on for everyday. "We have everything z,M
! except shoes. !9
price. I R GARDNER, 1
I The Quality Store. M
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