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f 6 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MOENIN, JULY 10,1907.
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III Buster Brown
111 Gives Reception
1 1 in Calif ornlao
1)1 STOCKTON," Cah. July 6th, 1007.
I! THE BROWN SHOIS CO..
hm St. Loulw, Mc
r Gentlemen: My reception here, tor Ed.
k ! Punno (The Shoe Man), was a rib-roaring
R success Mr. Dunne, Jr., and I. with Jack
I, Ryan (your representative), drove until
1 1.00 p. in. During that time I visited
j twelve to fifteen larpe schools and Invited
nil the children out to the reception which
H I pulled off In front of Ed. Dunne a storo.
II i The street wns blockaded with men, wo
II ' mMi and children for half a square. They
li i were hanging1 out of the windows and mu
M : conies on both aides of the street. It took
three or four officers to open n way to
let streot Cars go by. 1 talked Buster
J Brown Shoes for boys, for girls; White
IIouso Shoes for niftn. for women, and
other Star-5-Star shoes, for about half
an hour, with the usual success. Every
kid cheered lustily for Buster and Tlge,
' and promised from now on to wear noth
, ing but Buster JJrown Shoes. I gave out
ft about 1000 Souvenir Pins, when the jam
f became so great that the smaller children
were getting squeezed voiy badly, so I
( was asked by an officer to stop; Mr.
iS Dunne had a number of photos made of
1 the crowd; they will write you concerning
a tic reception and send you one. Mr.
i H Dunne seemed well pleased with the ro
'H suits of the reception. Pie has an im
"B nion.se shoe store, filled from top to bot
3 torn with shoes. They do an Immense
business. T wish you could have seen
J the crowd today. I think it numbered
I 5000 people. Thev -vcro the noisiest crowd
9 I've had for omc time, but everyone
a sremed to understand all 1 said about
Buster Brown Shoes, for they all an
swered promptly when 1 drilled them on
ho line. There was nn awful scramble
after the sjouvenirs. I am glad to know
tuat von have decided to have Buster and
Tlice'at our exhibit in the Manufacturers
Building at the Jamestown Exposition af
ter July 10th.
P S. S210.000 was certainly a'blg gain
j v-e made In shipments for the month of
June, over the same month last year
j. the biggest of any shoe manufacturers In
the world. Also glad to note our gain of
over a million dollars Tor the six months
ending July 1st, over the same six months
I Talks Oo Teeth
By B. I. REX, M. D., D. D. S.
I "PAL5E TEETH"
"False TeeUi.' so-called, are better
.".an no teeth at all. biit that is about
a I1 that can be said for them.
A .great many people are wearing par
,. a! plates in liou of anything hotter who
. ould do without these plates entire, and
have all the teeth placed in their jaws
by our Alveolar method, if they but
H knew about it.
And the purpose of these talks Is to
flf "H them about this the most remark -D
b!e of all discoveries in the science of
H If we. can excite their curiosity up to
Hj t ie point where they will come to our
HH office for proofs, the rest will bo o?ujy.
M (Consultation and examination of "teeth
KJ absolutely froe.1
A jilate is an abomination and no man
or woman would v.'car one for a moment
Hj if they knew of a substitute.
But the average dentist can't suggest
j THERE IS ONLt ONE ALVEOLAR
METHOD AND "WE OWN" THE RIGHT
HB TO USE IT.
All we ask is that there be two or more
teeth in either jaw tight or loose ones.
If they arc loose we will tighten them
H another process known only to us. That
dreaded disease, .Pyorrhea commonly
known as "Rlggs disease" which causes
teeth to become loose, has no terrors for
us. We cure It.
Did you ever hear of another dentist
who would guarantee to cure it? We
Hj never have.
The rocess wc use is entirely different
from anything ever thought of before.
By it hundreds of patients of ours who
' liavo had full sets of artificial teeth, up
per and lower, placed in their jaws with
out plates, which look, feel and arn prac
uraliy NATURAL teeth, will testify that
the method we use IS possible and prac
tical and a godsend to a plate victim.
We have overcome the doubts and de
nlals of the Ekeptics.
Every step that science has undertaken
has been blocked by the scoffers. But
"The World Do Move."
Dental science has advanced slowly:
more's the pity, for in no other branch
has there been greater need of advance-
Mn eat that they may live, but thev
can't eat without the proper tools.
If you wear a plate and are tired of
the- miserable thing, and havo a few
teetli left, WE ARE AT YOUR SERV-
"Try us and be convinced" is a well
worn saying, but it fits thin case exactly.
REMEMBER In addition to our
Specialty of Alveolar Dentistry (Restor
Ing Lost Teoth), we are experts In every
branch of dental work, viz., porcelain,
gold and silver fillings, crowns, remov
able work, correcting Irregularities, ' etc.
Specialists In each branch of dentistry at
Dr. Rex has published a book entitled
ALVEOLAR DENTISTRY. It Is worth
reading by everybody, but to one who
has teeth I? Invaluable.
If you cannot come to the office, send
for this book, which Is free to you.
The reading of It has brought us pa
tlentc frcm the four corners of the con-
I REX DENTAL CO.,
Hj 107-8-9-10 Mercantile Annex,
j Over Walker's Dry Good Store,
H I Dayoes-Romney I
H I Music Co., 1
I S-27 East Flret South
Judge Dnnne Also Continues
Hearing of Application
for Release ou Bond.
CONVICTED MAYOR STILL
IN. DEFIANT MOOD
Formally Answers (o Other In
dictments Upon Which
He May Be Tried.
SAN FRAXCISCO, July 9. Judo
Dunne this morning refused to admit
iMayor Selimir.z to bail and denied him
the privilege of visiting his attorneys,
When SchmiU appoarec'l iu court ho
was self-possessed, ns defiant and ap
parcnth' as confident as lie was" yester
day. Tie, eanic for Iho double purpose
of asking for bail and answering tnc i
indictments charging him with accept
ing bribes from the gas company and
the United Railroads. Tn the first ho
failed. Tho second was a. formality
and was carried through without; inci
dent. Attorney Drew offered his motions
TO' set aside tho indictments and to
stay the proceedings. They are iden
tical in terms with those filed in the
! other cases. Thon ho offered a stipula- '
tion that all tho proceedings taken be
fore Judge Lawlor in tho gns, trollev,
and tolephono cases should be consid
ered as if made on behalf of Schmitz.
This Attorney Johnson readily agreed
to. but instead of liling a wrilten com
pact ho thought that the same end
could bo accomplished by an oral stipu
lation which could be incorporated in
tho record. Attorney Drew consented.
Johnson then moved that all the
motions be submitted for decision, and
Judge Dunne announced that, a con
tinuance would bo granted for one
week for the purpose of enabling him
to look over the record. After this had
been agreed to Attorney Fairall added
to the other motions "another asking
that the entire proceedings be stricken
from the files. There was no objection
and it was incorporated.
Bail Is Denied.
Then came Schmitz 'k application for
release on bail.
"If your Honor please,'' said Drew,
"we also have an application for re
lease on bail."
"Tho defense served formal notice
at my office yesterday afternoon," re
plied District Attorney Laugdou, "of
their application and affidavits. I was
absent ,aud did not receive the notice
until ten minutes before 10 o'clock this
morning. T have not had iime, there-"
fore, to make the counter showing I
desire. Will your Honor give us until
tomorrow morning to do so?"
"The application may go over nntil
that, time," replied the court.
"But, remember, your Honor," re
torted Fairall, "wo gave notico in
open court yesterday."
Judge Dunne made no comment, and
tho application will not be heard until
"Will your Honor permit Lho de
fendant to come to our offices today?"
"No," replied the court.
"You refuse then, to let him come
to our offices?" persisted Drew,
"""The application is denied," replied
"But, your Honor, tho business is
very important. Wo have about twenty-five
other indictments for which to
prepare," declared Drew.
"It is not necessary for him to bo
present in the preparation of legal
papers," was the court's comment.
Schmitz left the courtroom with his
attorne3's on his return journey to the
county jail, where he will havo to wait
until "the papers for his appeal are pre
pared. They are now in the hands of
a printer arid will be ready Saturday.
NEW CONCERN AT OGDEN
Wright-Dlnwoodey Furniture Company
riles Its Articles.
The Wriglit-Dinwoodey Funituro
company of Ogden filed its articles of
incorporation Tuesday with the secre
tary of State. The capital stock of
the company is $200,000, divided into
shares of the par value of 51000 each.
The officers and directors are; President
and treasurer, W. C. Wright; vice-president,
Edyth E. Dinwoodey Wright;
secretary, Angus T. Wright.
The Ibex Gold Mining companj- filed
with- the county clerk Tuesday an
amendment to its articles of incorpora
tion. The amendment changes thd
placo of the company from Salt Lake
to Provo, and increases the capitaliza
tion from $250,000 to $1,000,000.
The Doctor Away From Home When
People arc often very much disap
pointed to find that their familj- physi
cian is vaway from home when they
most need hie services. Diseases liko
cramp colic and cholera morbus require
prompt treatment, and have in many
instances proven fatal before medicine
could be procured or a physician sum
moned. The right way is to keep at
hand a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. No
physician can prescribe a .better medi
cine or these diseases. B3' having it
in the house you escape much pain and
-.uffering and all risk. Buy it now; it
may save life. For sale by all druggists.
Royal bread is tho clean, crisp, well
bakeci broad and every loaf bears the
Ask your grocer for it.
It's a Good Time Now
To see us about that Wallpaper or
Fainting. W. A. DUVALL,
Both phones. 110 W. 2d So.
S. D. Evans,
Undertaker and Embalmcr. has removed
to new location, 48 South Stato.
Country horse races July 30 at
Dr. W. M. Til'im'un,- dentist, 210
Brooks's Arcade building, opposite
( Knutsford. ty
S reputation is safe wfren lie
Hi A I I deffi's Ground Chocolate. Se
tlSsp fg may besne tftat its delicious
WmJ fragrance VJill please the most 0 j
I r H exaciziest, WitlL Ms own - j
g ' A Ixedrinla i
(jT88 I GMrardeUffc I
1 GMrardeiSf Ground Choeolate
3 SOLD EVERYWHERE. 'i
I 1 Pound Cms 35c, Pound Cans 20co
1 . .- Sii-Ji , j
I Includes Everything in
I SemnieF Millinery.
I All trimmed hats are I
I Hat shapes and mater- I
t ials are being closed out
1 regardless of cost. f
i "Get Acqilainted,, with
good styles in millinery
1 at little cost II
116 S II M St I
Our entire stock of high grado and low priced field glasses on sale at
greatly reduced prices. Baush & Lomb glasses not included. $5.00
buys an achromatic glass, 6 power usually sold for $10.
MAIL ORDERS: Storos: (
JM? Colombian Optical C SSSffi' I
mail or express, Kansas Oity, ?
raSlpit no't 259 Main St., SaEl lake.
tory will pay return charges and refund the money. ;
FAW&.jyirw.rM ,u mmi'-rrttmw-i ti hiiTnaTTl fTT'l II i "Til I I ' Hi
j INDIAN SALVE!
a WORKS WONDERS. J
n Plies and Blood Poison speedily and S
jfj permanontly cured ly INDIAN'S
J SALVE, the only remedy Indorsed by J
S the medical fraternity. If you have
H tried other remedies and failed to ac- I
0 complJsh any good, write to us. Tour B
Q money refunded If It does not' do alia
Ej vre claim. LJ
0 INDIAN SALVE Is purely vegetable, ffi
Sj non-poisonous, and can be taken In- 'ft
H ternally as well na applied externally, ffl
h Sent prepaid under plain sealed S
jfi wrapper upon receipt of $1.00. VA
a On aale at all Druggists and Dept- u
1 ment Stores. " pj
?1?01?'S? A 6a,mPltJ ox. Justa
i Lifili enu&li to convince you.fi
2 -A"'-i-Bi-i of the great merit of Qj
1 Indian Salve, will be sent FREE for n
'1 10c, which pays for tho cost of mall- t
i lmj. With this sample we will also ri
H send you our booklet and testimonials. B
' Write today. Address: a
ffl INDIAN SALVE & REMEDIES CO.
is 922 Gates Ave. Brooklyn, N. Y. H
Tor Salo by P. J. HILL DRUG CO. H
If It's Made of old,
We Make It.
U mo iouiH main imrx. IA Cfy
V? r SAUT LAKE CITY, UTAM. 7 j
BELL, 2153-Y. IND., 13B1. j
PHONE US. j
j BUT IN
. Wesfsninster Heights
THE MODEL SUBDIVISION
! ON THE EAST BENCH.
J Special low round trip rates are in effect to the east via the mm-
jjj&jr Chicago Union Pacific North Western Line, over the only Mm a
p double track railway betveen the Missouri River and Chicago.
W TSie Jamestown Exposifioa M y
ffi Round Salt Lake City t0 Norflk Va daily, return limit Jjf
I &SBir55 with return limit December 15, 1907. Tickets may read mmk
Ja''"38 oneway via New York City and Boston at a slight gm' Xr
Bo P. O. E. Philadelphia WMiSf
' Round trip to Philadelphia, Pa., account B. P. O. E. Eg31 ,
Meat's, Women's Cbildren's Dependable Clothing T
We guarantee every garment we sell J
I Wo gladly extend credit to everybody during this sale. We can also assure "
.you that our prices during this sale are cheaper than you can find in any of the cash j ?
stores. In connection with this, you have the advantage of paying us in
1 L00 ' WEEKL PAYMENTS , J
I $30.00 Suita now $20.00 $12.00 Skirts now $8.00 T
I $25.00 Siuts now $16JS6 (EKCkNllj $10.00 Jackets now. . . .$6 )
j $18.00 suits now.. ..$i2.oo MgT A LLMEMT CO $6' Waist5 nowIL0li
1 $15.00 Skills now . . . .$10.00 1WS 1 $4.5o silk Waists now. .$3.00f
g 7-i WEST SECOND SO. )&
tAll parties in Utah, Idaho and
Wyoming desiring to make any 3
change, improvement, or suggestions j
pertaining to their credit rating in a
our new Rating Book now heing J
compiled should 'address the Bating f
Department of this association at 4
once. (All communications must bo
in writing.) "Until hook is pub- 1
lished our offices will he open daily 3
(holidays excepted), 8:30 a. m. to W
6:30 p. m. Mails opened six times tj
daily. We will take pleasure in re- n
cording your payment the exact i
time of its arrival. Remit by ?. O. j
order, express money order, bank i
check, registered letter, or call and :J
get our receipt. N
! Merchants' Protective AsseeMroit,
Scientific Collectors of Honest Debts.
I Publishers of Credit Rating Books. Rooms 77, 78, 93, 94, 97, 98, 99 and j
i 100 Commercial National Bank Bldg., Salt Lake Oity. Francis G. Luke, l
General Manager. "Some people don't like us."
I tyi ,LJIL '"r3 When visiting Saltair a
I I tJ: 1 Beach, Lagoon or Salt
T Palace, ask for our S'
J jS j "American j
im Beauty Beer" j
I IMSsp Its ever increasing popu-
y SiffiEipHi I larity proves superior qual-
! e Brewing j
I 11SP- j J.MORITZ, Gen '1 Mgr.
M Owing to our increasing trade we are putting in another ovon. Six '
more delivery wagons are bcinj? made. With this now equipment we
S will be able to handle our increasing business. I
I BAKERY ON NINTH SOUTH BETWEEN I
I FOURTH AND FIFTH EAST j
I OPEN FOR PUBLIC INSPECTION. I
The Tribune Giyes Your Wants llie Largest Circulation '
McCORNICK & C0n
Salt Lake City, Utah. A.
ESTABLISHED 1B73. 1
WALKER BROTHERS, ll
(Incorporated.) , ; ll
ESTABLISHED 1659. -
Capital $230,0 K
Surplus .......... IOjO 0
Absorbed the Salt Lake b'ranch of Weli S
Fargo & Co.'s Bank. i '
Safety Depoclt Boxes for Rent. ) r
Travelers' Lettera of Credit Issuetfrf 1
Available In All Part of the World.f
WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT. J
R. G. DUN & CO., 1
THE MERCANTILE AGENCY!
GEORGE RUST, General Mananar.;M
Idaho. Nevada. Utah and WyomlrM
Office In Tribune Bldg., Salt Lake Clfl
ESTABLISHED 181. 189 OFFICM
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST. 'M
"Ur. S. TIi'CORNICK, "W F. ADAS
UTAH NATIONAL BAN!
Salt Lake City, Ut2h. H
Para Interest on Time Deposits, jjl
Safetv Doposlt Boxes for rent. . -jW
JOSEPH NELSON. THOS. R. CUTLEW
I i, u 0eal Estate j
y NCC?eAT) "j If
ESTABLISHED 1S89. (l
Capital. $1 0.000 ; Suriilus. 850.000.
Special attention given to the crtrjlft
lection of rents, payment of .H
and the care of property for non-wtt
dents. 251 SOuTH ggfjgaj
ESTABLISHED 18S9. lli
UTAH COMMERCIAL AND i ?e
SAYINGS BANK. i
WM. F. ARMSTRONg.NPreR.WentMh
Commercial banking In all Its branch
Four per cent Interest on savings aeP0l(.,
J. E. COSGRIFF, H. P. CLARrd &
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH 5
COMMERCIAL NATIONAL B4J
An Exponont of Conservatism ComBin
j. J. Daly. W. p. Noble. Vlce-Presldeg H
National Bank of the Repnbl
X thoroughly modern safy'"3tlthPt
ment conducted In connection with w
bVnk. Safe deposit boxes for rent. u.
Frank Knox, President: Jame .
Murray, vice-president; F. o,. j,
"capital paid In. $300,000. Interest pj j
on time deposits. , , '
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DESERET NATIONAL BANK t
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lake City, Utah. j
Capital, $500.000; Surplus, $25O,00O. M
US. HILLS, MOSES THATCHg;; 1
President. vice fg. W
H' S' YCashPer. ' pnshji 1
stfc f Deposit Boxes for Rent. r