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I ' THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING-, NOVEMBER 17, 1908. 5 !H
wS"J city 01tIzen n
rflord to Ignore.
- ;IQNALi NO. 1 comes from
f0fse rctions. They 11 warn
? W are sick. Well
.,to n clear, amber fluid.
' I cand out a thin, pale and
HMrk red, ill-Bnielhnc urine,
'Jiicnt and 'irregular of pasa-
; ctrKAL NO- 2 comes from
PlSk pains, dull aud heavy,
Sf acute, toll you of sick
f? a, wam vou of tlie approach
'jffiei ami Bright Js dis
fl&n' Kidney Pills cure sick
i cure them permanently,
Lako City proof:
I,, j Steven, liviuc at 1121
lJT-'x Sooth street, Salt Lake
n'? "For over thirty
fScrwl f rom kidney complaint.
1 t c been times when I really
f.ut I would havo to mvo up.
V nchcd almost constantly, the
S"cre irrcEolar in action and
5 from headaches, borne often
iw I could not attend to my
Sties. A last I learned of
ttdnev Pills aaA procured a
fr J. Hill's drug- store. I am'
l,Lg better than I have m a
S ; and trust that others may
Jiit curative powors of Doan;s
iVnigthroneh my indorsement."
r? b? nir dealers. Price 50
?o5ter-Millburn Co. Buffalo
fc& sole agents for the United
j-lxr the same Doan'a and
a other. '
fcABE AGENTS FOR
:,' Onr customers say
EMEfTr DEP'T, OPEN AGAIN.
liver moves like
1 But Rexall
Liver Saltz stim
ulates it, gets the
organ to working
!r means rich blood plcnty
i mcaus health. 50c.
il & Franken
asl side not on Lho eornor.
0 and 1SB; hid. 100.
for what you waul. Wc
Htbfi aU that is needed to
jour watch keep per-
r workmen, arc nil ex
ftUt your service.
fe dealer for it, or
p otter phono.
j 1. O'Brien
tl Sles Agent,
HUNDRED PER CENT
Of SUSSH1 yoiDAT
Weather Warms Up Somewhat,
the Mercury Reaching 57
frx-M' m-m-i i n 1,1 :; : : h..;.
j MONDAY'S TEMPERATURES.
4- Minimum 32 decrees 2
V Maximum 57 decrees 4.
T t- -J
.- Forocast: Tuesday, partly cloudy 4.
I and warmer. JL
k-k-h I'M : 1 1 h-i-i-x 1 ; : 1 11 1.
The weather warmed up somewhat
Monday, the mercury reaching a maxi
mum of 57 degrees. The minimum tem
perature was tho Bamo as on the preced
ing duy. thus making tho mean tempera
ture 44 degrees, which was 4 degrees
above norma. There was practically 100
.per cent of sunshine Monday, and tho
day was an ideal one.
High barometric pressure prevailed
Monday over the Rocky Mountain arid
plateau regions, eastern slope, and mid
dle and. lower Mississippi valley. Areas
of low pressuro are central over the Brit
ish Northwest Territory and tho Lafco
region. Temperatures are below the nor
mal over the Gulf states. Light precipi
tation occurred In tho Lake- region, and
on the north Pacific coast.
Accompanying the eastward movement
of the high pressure area, partly cloudy
and warmer weather will prevail In thlB
Monday's meteorological record at the
local station of the United States weather
bureau for the twenty-four hours-ending
at G p. m- was as follows:
Temperature at 6 p. m 40 degrees;
maximum temperature. 57 degrees; mini
mum temperature, 32 degrees: mean tern
pe.rature, 44 degrees, which Is 4 degrees
Total excess of temperature since the
first of the month, 29 degree?.
Accumulated deficiency of temperature
since January 1, 510 degrees.
Total precipitation, none.
Total precipitation since first of month,
none, which Is .76 of an inch below nor
mal. Accumulated excess of precipitation
since January 1, 4.36 Inchc?.
Relative humidity at 6 p. m., SO per
MIn. ' Mln.
Atlanta 32 New Orleans 40
Bostou ' 30 New York . 29
Charleston 40 Norfolk 34
Chicago 26 Omaha 2fi
Cincinnati 32 Pittsburg 22
Denver 26 Pocatcllo 24
Duluth IS Portland, Or 46
Galveston 50 St. Louis 32
Grand Junction ..26 SL Paul IS
Helena 22 San Francisco ...50
Kansas City .28 Spokane . 31
Little Rock 34 Washington 18
Los Angeles fill 'Winnipeg S
Colds and Croup In " Children.
"My little girl is Bubject to .colds'
says -Mrs. Wm. H. Serig, No. 41 Fifth
SI., Wheeling, W. Va. "Last winter
she liad a sovere spell and a terriblo
cough, but I cured her with Chamber
lain's Gough Eemcdy without the aid' of
a doctor, and my little boy has been
prevented ma 113- times from having the
croup by the' timely uso of this syrup.
As fopn as ho shows any signs of croup
I give him Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy for three or four days, which pre
vents the attack." Thi3 remedj' isfor
salo by all druggists.
GOOD FIRE DRILL SAVES
CHILDREN FROM PANIC
LITTLETON, Colo., Xov. 16. The
successful execution of the fire drill
which had. recently been inaugurated
averted a panic in tho Littleton school
and saved 300 pupils from probable
jnpiry or death when flames broke out
in' one of tho class room?.
The stuffing of a pupr into a heat
radiator gave origin to tho blaze. 'I he
flames bad broken through tho wall
before discovered. An alarm was im
mediately given, and tho rinses
marched "out of tho building as orderly
as though nothing bad happened. Tho
firu was extinguished with but littlo
damage. The building is both for tho
graded and the high schools, and fully
.100 children of all ags were in their
class rooms ut the time tho Are was
PREFERS SUICIDE TO
DISGRACE OF ARREST
SPRINGFIELD. 111., Nov. 16. Ealher
than sutler the disgrace of arrest on a
charge of forgery, Kollo T. Sturgis, ono
of the state's chiof witnesses against
Abo Kavmcr. alleged lender of tho
Springfio'ld rnco riots, shot and Killed
himself vesterday. At t.hc time of tho
rare riots Sturgis was a waiter iu
Lopt's restaurant, .the first placo
wrecked by tho mob, and was lnpired
in au effort to protect his .employer's
property. Ho also loft his personal
possessions in the destruction ot
Lopcr's place, aud his poverty led to
TEDDY DEEMS LETTER
NOT WORTHY OF ANSWER
"WASH LNGTON, Nov. 1 6.N0 com
ment, was mado today at tho hite
House on tho letter to the President
from tho New York synodical conference
nf the Evangelical Lutheran Church oi
America, ashing him to r.ecant his do-nuucial-ion
as "unwarranted bigotry
any refusal to vote for a candidate
for high office- because of membership
in IhoVItoman Catholic church.
It was intimated that the President
would havo nothing to say iu regard
1 to tho letter.
People whose blood is pure are not
nearly so likely to. take hard colds as
irp?v!d)riu'L'V sees into the reason.
Hood?s sJrsnparilla jnakes tho blood
pure? causing- healthy action of the imi
S'n.ob.an'e and pi vine Htrone tb and
tono to all the organs nnd functions.
This "rent medicine recover the sys
torn after a cold, aa.no other docs.
ATTORNEY, IN QUARREL,
j S1I00TSJ5USINESS MAN
SAN FRANC rSCO. Nov, 16. Hugh
CVVoill an attorney with, offices in the
I'aVific luilding. shot aud seriously
won ded Michael Fachter, a retired
hotel man. on Market street todag Jho
wn men duariellcd over n mtsmess
trYnciioii. Vaohtfir was .-immediately
r.kcn t" the central- emergency
uoaSftal Tfis wounds are not neces
haX fdlal. ' O'Neill is the city
f CALTJNDAB. f
h Mrs. Karl Schcld will enter-
v tain ten at a luncheon at her 4
? home Wednesday in honor of 4
r Irs. Edwin F. Holmes. 4
v Mrs. John Eeed will enter- I
tain at an informal luncheon !
j Thursday. .
i Tbo Regimental Bridgo club 4
v will meet this afternoon with
J Mrs. McClurc at the post.
-I Tho hop to bo given at tho
s post for Gen. Thomas will be 4
4 Thfirsdnv evening, instead of
4 Wednes'aay. 4
a 1 ,
4 The largest and most brilliant 4
4 affair of the week will be the 4
4 Charity ball, this evening, at 4
4 the Odeon. 4-
4 Mrs, . Hober M. Wells will 4
4 entertain at an informal tea 4
4- thiB afternoon at her home on 4
4 First avenue in honor of Miss 4
4 Dcssie Grant, who will, be mar- 4
4 ried November 24. 4
4 The Seekers Litorary club" 4
4 will meet this afternoon with 4
4- Mrs. W. E. Yancy, at 1203 West 4
4 Second South. 4
4 Tho tourists' section of the' 4
4 Ladies' Literary club will moot 4
4 at 10 a. m. at the clubhouso 4-
4 this morning. Papers will be 4
4- given by Mrs. M. A. Daughert' 4
4 'and Mrs. Moser. 4-
4 Thero will be a large dinner 4
4 at the Alta club this evening, 4
4 followed by the Charity ball. 4
4 Mrs. A. W. Scott will enter- 4-
4 tain Wednesday for tho first 4
4 birthday of her daughtor.
Mrs. E. P. Miller entertained eight,
tables at a bridge tea Monday after
noon afc her apartments in the Miller
flats, which were prettily decorated in
yellow and whito chrysanthemums. Mrs.
Miller was assisted b3' Mrs. Morton
Davis, Mrs. F. ,T. Oswald and Miss
Hazel Oswald. Prizes were won by
Mrs. George Rust. Mrs. C. H. Blanch
nrd. Mrs. Richmond Stinglej-, Mrs.
L. O. Miller, Mrs. William Bailey, Mrs.
W. R. WiKhtnian, Mrs. "Y. C. Boguo of
Denver and Miss Bnxrud,
Mrs. M. L. Barnes entertained
twnuty-livo at an informal reception
and musical Monday evoning in honor
of lier ' son, F. H. Barnes, and Miss
Maud Patrick, who will bo married
Wednesday. The rooms were prettily
decorated "in t he autumn flowers.
Mrs. Thomas Kearns left last week
for Senator Kearns's ranch at Santa
Rosa, ,Cal., whero she will remain un
til tho first of tho new year. Mr.
Kcarus will .ioin her thero for the holi
days. Mr. and Mrs- George Y. Wallace
will leave tho last of thq month for
St. Louis, where they will join Dr. and
Mrs. Tuttle, and go to Now 1'ork for
a short trip.
Mrs. W. E. Fifo lffc Monday evening
for Chcyouuo and Denver, where she
will spend a week.
Miss Grot fa Cosgrifl' is now at homo
to her friends at Nn. 40 the Brnnsford
Tho woman who has periodical head
acnes, backache, sees Imaginary dark
ipots or specks floating or dancing beforo
her eyes, hasgnawing distress or heavy
full feeling Mitomach, faint spells, drag-glng-downAeclIng
In lower abdominal or
pelvic region, easily startled or excited,
Irregulriror painful periods, with or with
out pMvic catnffrh, Is suffering from,
weakrufises nndaerangements thatshould
have eafiy attention. Not all of above
symptoi&a ace likely to be present In any
case at one Ime.
Neglocty5 or badly treated and such
cases yOften run Into maladies which de
mand te surgeon's knife If they do not
ftn medicine extant has, such a 'long
ap,rt nunrn"s, rprordot cures In such
rases aa Dr. Pierce's Favorite l're.ccrin
ilpq. JNo mealcino has such a strong
pro C5slpliui iidorf:mi-.iiLQl , orirh riiti
Bpyp,ral inrTlpntc; u-orth mnrf than any
Tinmpprof nrrllnar non-nrofepslonal t."?
ttmonlats. The very best IngredieritS
known to medical science for the cure o(
woman's peculiar ailments enter into its
composition. No alcohol, harmful, or
habit-forming drug is to bo found In tho
list of Its Ingredients printed on each
bottle-wrapper and attested under oath.
In any condition of tho female system,
Dr. Plerco's Favorite Prescription can do
onlv uood never harm. Its wholo effect
is to strengthen, invigorate and rcgulnto
tho whole female system and especially
tho polvic organs. When these aro de
ranged in function or affected by disease.
i the stomach and other organs of digestion
beromo sympathetically deranged, tho
nerves aro weakened, and a long list, of
bad. unpleasant symptoms follow. Too
much must not bo expected of this "Fa
vorite Prescription." It will not perform
miracles will not euro tumors no med
Jclnowlli. Itivlll ofteu prevent them, if
! taken in time, and thus tho operating
j toblo and tho surgeon's knife may be
Women suffering from diseases of long
standing, are Invited to consult by letter,
free. All correspondence is hold as strictly
private :ind sacredlv conlldentlal. Ad
dress World's Dispensary Medical Associa
tion, Dr. R.V Pierce, Pres.. Buffalo, N Y.
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser (1000 pages)
Is fiont free or receipt of 21 one-cent
stumps for paper-covered, or 31 stamps
for cloth-bound copy. Address as above,
i TEAT I
: ' WERE:
0 ou can anon lmvo coma in c
memory only if you so desire. e
; RED STAR CORN CURB
takes out corns every time. It o
. is a liquid and applied with c
j brush. We uurantec it.
; ? Price 25 Cents.
I Delivered anywhere. u
i : dayton mm CO. I
Cor. 2nd South and State Sts, 3
BiFor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
T il f
Bears tne v
m d Ose
l Ifv i" n
J For Over
Esact Copy of Wrapper. Te-;'c
J of New Models
! In Gowns, Waists and Coats
IOue lot of Broadcloth aud Satin Dresses. Special 1
$22.50 to $35.00.
Remarkable Values in Coats i
m Velvets, Silks and Cloths. Special prices $18.50 j
j to $50.00. I
( : One 'Day Sale
; J .25 dozen Blouses iu Crep-es, Laces, Nets, Silks
i j aud Mulls.
' Neckwear novelties and hosiery in all the newest
j 216 SOUTH MAIN St
Ife '31 A Mild and
WmSm WX,. Tonic.
j : tffMjm -
HS SALT LAKE CITY
j ' ! BREWING CO. j
! I - Phones No. 37. J. MORITZ, Gen. MgT. I f
8i Anson Co.
: Temple f Mmtc
: 75-77 W. 2nd So.
The Charlton Shop
OUTFITTERS FOR WOMEN.
122 SOUTn MAIN STREET.
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
Ben to specially notify their patrons
that they lmvo secured tho agency of
THE FA3SO CCRSET.
This Incomparable corset, known for
many years as tho vory acme of per
fection nmonc Corsetlccs In Europe
and this country, still retains all those
features which havo mad" It so de
sirable, while the lato models show nil
tho new Ideas conforming to tlia prcs
ONE PRCE TO ALL NEVER UNDERSOLD j I
Lower Prices: The Greal Af?raciions IWs I
THIS WEEK ! THIS WEEK ! THIS WEEK! THIS WEEK! H
i $1.50 wSetl!H!s- Ribbons. Ruching.
.Homstrtched CU?,NS- VAES AT . neck lensths
; - Bed Sheets. 'aT . cllk tilircla x for ,
i 21 yards long and ANoShn ribbon up to 7 Inch- New and pretty "
I 2i yards wide. The wwitp iriqm es wl,e anfl a va" Btylea' worth 40c a
best made. Limit point CUR- riety of other Btylea Uox of 6. neck ,
&J-to JZ- Stl l-KUi. on sqIq at- j
79c $6.80 , 25c 25c
THIS WEEK 1 THIS WEEK ! THIS WHBEK! THIS WEEK! 8 I
$8.50 and $9 $3.00 Torchon Laces. Ladies' Aprons I I
BEST 10c VALUES BEST 35c VALUES I '
r r, j Fancy quilted nnd DN SALE AT 3 1-3c AT 19c
In Bagdad, Otto- knotted, all covered
man. Brocade and with finest drapery Torchon laces, cd- Ladies' white lawn i ,
Duplex effects. All sllkollne. all iHIcd Ing and insertion In aprons, full length
tho new colorings with finest white a great variety of and width, embrol- h
and designs. Spe- cotton, all large patterns and widths dcrcd on bottom In , vM
clal for this week sizes. All go at, splendid 10c val- great variety of de- j VM
at a pair each ucs on sale at signs, 35c grades at , ,
$5.40 $2.18 3 l-3c 19c 1
A Gr edlbnan's Soliloquy j I
Man arlseth In tho momlng nnd run- tflj!nt. 1 k
neth his face for a credit at the store. j5jaL?ft'Jjf $
At noon ho passcth tho owner by and 'Bfml&sr fKu
5 sceth him not 'ffi Imk.
5 In the evening all memory of It is cut ICVS p )
$ down, dried up, and withered. fiw. lkn BHf 5 I
3 Verily, short Is the memory or man. ffiffi 5 '
1 Tie talketh In a vain shadow, paying pJsJtei5!4 !
5 many tlmr-s. "Yea, fear not, I will pay Of
5 thee." but dlsqulcteth 'himself not; he 52.- 5a4Vl flu
S heupeth up accounts, but cannot tell who a( ' y
2 can collect them. f 5 I
5 The days of an account arc threo score VOfi jf
5 years nnd ten; and Uiough some come to I b5t tr)
5 four score years, yet Is their age but ' v,i,zi!V IH
S sorrow and labor lo him that selloth the s
2 The memory of man dateth not hack to ?ft S Prl
tho time of a payment; as It wa3 in tho 4fyJ. S ss 5
5 beginning. It Is now, and ever shall be. m39Em3nk S Sr 5
And tho owner telleth the scribe to jW.JpgyKJs- 5 1 IH
j & charge it. ofC and it passeth away and is JWWff jff
CHARGED TO PROFIT AND LOSS. wPXy $
5 "Renuicscat in Peace." 3S- a
5 Until It is turned to 11s for collection. s
$ As red-vstreaks of honesty exist In cvorybodv, wo collect It the goods- g
g scIIt and the man with the streaks arc happy. 5
S Tho sun shone more brightly tho same day. 5
? MERCHANTS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION, I 1 H
5 Scientific Collectors of Honest Debts, here, there and everywhere. Rooms ji
S 77 to 100, Com'l Nat'l Bank Building, Salt Lake City, Utah. jj
FRANCIS G. LUKE, Gcn'l Mgr.
'TIs said "Some people don't like us."
J Tho above was contributed by thu Credit Man of a leading Salt Lake In-
f stltution. ?
i Boy an briqated Farm! I
! -40 Acres and Independence, ,H
CAREY ACT LANDS j
; Millard Co. Utah. Perpetual Wafer Rights. H
I Monthly m JZA fopvp Monthly ! '
Payments $W9v DO MjI c Payments j
Jf'50.00 down, balatioc in small monihl; pa.vments. ,
Buy a homo in this biautilul valley and insure your future ,
prosperil.y nnd liappiness '
"Wrile today for descriptive booklet. Office open evenings
7 to S. jj '
I Bratae! Irrigated Laiads C(Oc,9 ; H
Tel. rain 715. 623 Judge Bldg. Salt Lake City. H
; I I If Is a pacasMPe
$io a for us to extend j I
week ail erecl!t I
to everybody, becauso wo can safely
Vmi MPPSl guarantee every nrticlo wo scU. H
j : J VLtt -.LXL'VU you can drJSS the entQ family at
our store for 51 a wcels.
' THE MERCANTILE INSTALLMENT CO, ; 'H
74 W. Sccoud South.
I Ask your dealer tor fZ 1 ,
Royal Bread. MMb
I Absolutely pure ll I H
I and wholesome. j- Yfy ' H
Shipped everywhere. PtllP I
Royal Baking Co. th r