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f - , THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING-, JUNE 29t 1911 7 ,
If m GLAND
Kggobt of Washington, D.
Bks an Inference at Med
I SOME EXPERIMENTS
ILgne Physician Predicts
La of Laziness in Coun
ffywiig' to Hookworms.
fo'OEDES. Cal., June 2S. "Diat
Per Ie mysterious and freuk
gland, in combination with
t& of various diets, may exert a
kftienee for large or small fam
Lone of the interesting infer
EiffD from a scientific narrative
Emcents conducted with iinice
thread 'oday before the Amer
Ljicsl association by Dr. Iteid
KYfisbinRton, D. 0.
foejie iu Ifiziness in this coun,
ifoiha hookworm also was pro
SirDr. John Colbert of Albu
iX.'M., as a result of the lato
I rfTolutioii. Dr. Colbert, who
gd as sn expert, in hookworm
i' declared that ex-rcbels af
ith it had crossed over into
j(dStates to work on railroads
gi hjnds. Whether they work
lH saicl. they would spread the
iTrorm. He added that hi re
j his warning the railroads
measures io reduce the dan
StfKtiOD. jjg Bemarkable Effects.
i uperiments with the thyroid
Furat diets. Dr. Hunt said ho
(irfd remarkable effects. He
j-erouM of four mice for u
rfioor months, and found that
rcr rfcriitv 'depended upon the
L idleness of the gland,
tjap of tho rodents was fed
Lfcl and liver. This stimulat
vity of the gland and at the
fc four months there were no
ko'ad group, to which crackers,
B.C2Z3 w,ere fed, increased to
W'sinie period. Cormncal and
felfly reduced the birth rate
fclerouD of lour mice fed upon
libit had sixty-nino young in
n'tls 'Compared to the niucty
ferf of the second group,
fclile experiments would pro
jpir, results among nil animals,
ffomans, Dr. Hunt did not say.
Ufoses on Hookworm.
EEf Dr. Colbert's paper, there
Etr addresses on the subject of
fcrenn. Dr, E. E. EndicoFt of
pCSL, declared that tho hook
ffrtlicm is widespread among' the
jaltbc deep mines of northern
pt'Dr. Herbert Gunn of San
0S THREE ,
gOormicka and the Other
Kgons Elaiuo; Most Dis
Ped Women Poor.
SttoJ0,nen 1,1 ' C','l"aS0Of were
BlScrtythte completIon of
Bi ain( CormlQk. $2,505,000;
trit "'""MOO, Thlff is the
HgtU, Property only, stocks.
5Etafe'?h listed a ono of
JKL1' H i1''on,t:lll believes
JK? toller?? Ste ,bU-'
BSl11?,' Vaeu?aa a
S It TLean-lioliJlnK power of
fB.Jrtvafr , rt of the wealth
gRjSon hB' nd whether a
Wy Vho,,,d m,t b,i held
SR?'h or fci,Jhio1?; 60 that the
.dE.klv nn1 .individual would
K,V?ePK!Bure Slven arc
K7 Jane Addams has
End Bowel Misery
With a 'Cascarel'
Never Any Headache, Biliotnmesa, In
digestion or Constipation No more
, miserable, days after this.
cin?15 TtehrftX f- the-,?e?tl medi
fmiPd iuf?th5rtlc ?lU 18 ol(l fash
ioned. Salts 'and castor oil belong to
fornImn?ther- stime-- Tl10 modern oJ
tor deals mildly. Cascarets are effoc
tive, yet gentle. They don't irritate
or gripe. They don 't, like cathartS?
waste the digestive fluids. luar.c,cs
Cascarets do only what some foods
will do, what some fruits will do, what
exercise docs for the bowels. Their a c
tion is natural, not artificial. Jf you
live outdoors, exercise a great deal, and
avoid rich foods you don't need them
Otherwise you do.
.The most helpful laxative ever de
vised is Cascarets. They are cin lv
tabjets, pleasant to takc. Then, tS
are convenient Tho ten-cent box fits
the vest pocket or the lady's purse.
That is a vital point. The time to take
a laxativo is the minute you suspect I
that you need it. Don't wait till you
got home; don't wait till night. One
Cascarct taken any time, makes you
tccl great and they coat only 10c per
I rancisco said he had treated a college
student who had contracted the disease
while working in the mines durlne va
cation. The importance of - checking tho
spread, of the disease on the Pacific
coast wns urged.
Practically all of the "thousands of
delegates attending tho convention were
present tonight when Dr. John E. Mur
phy of Chicago, the now president of
the association, held Iiib official recep
tion. Shrine Auditorium, where the re
ception was held, was pneked with visitors.
v Moose, Attention.
All 'Moose and ladies are cordially in
vited to the Moose social, and dance at
the Moose club room's, 222, South "West
Temple street, Thursday evening. June
20, at S o'clock p. ni. Tell the brethren.
S; B. WELSH, Secretary.
TVhittler vs. Seymour, Motordrome,
IEATHER FORECAST FOR THURSDAY
liber forecast for Salt Lake City and Utah: Fair Thursday and Friday.
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ft- ai, i?US. Department of Aariobltu&e.
gfesaagg ssji'o'f tfq - SA e3,gl
BRiiJ,nM13'"0roBBhpolntof ejuolti.' (
KSlh2,'l',rMll,W! O c,aar! Q part,! ;
lrjni fj)onow (gj report mlwlng I
ftour rolcfnII.Jf.lt eaoAlmOl iaobj . .
1 lunllea cor hour or more. i I ,
K"ftl9l.lhr d0ta al SaU Lak
B51 mpcraturc today wns 7S
Ktt nff08' Tlle lowest tem
month .was r,s decrees; the
krto?n eniperaturo for todnv
B;iht- in,.,, l. of Ul? month Is
Kg-ted excess since
V BOYCOTT ON SCHOOLS
ST. PETEHSBURG, June 28. A diB
patch from Warsaw states that the con
gress of the national Democratic party
has decided to discontinue the boycott
of .government schools in Poland.
The boi'cott was inaugurated in 1905
when the hope of obtaining autonomy
for Poland was widely entertained. It
was enforced vigorously and in many
instances Polish youths who continued
to attond the University of Warsaw
were fired upon.
Por several years there has been an
increasing agitation against the boy
cott on tho ground that it deprived
thousands of the means of an educa
tion. The National Democrats form a ma
jority of the Polish representation in
The relative humidity at b a. m. today
was 03 per cent; the relative humldttj
at i p. in. today was 31 per- cent.
The total precipitation for tho twenty
four hours urulim; at G p. m. was none.
The total for this month to date la .W
of an Inch; the accumulated deficiency
for this month to date Is .30 of an Inch,
the total precipitation since January
to date Is S.10 Inches; the accumulated
deficiency since January 1 Is -5b or an
'"sin rlHcs 4:58 a. m.; sun sets S:0i p.
m Juno 29. "
no taxable personal property, and "L
Flasp Yoiinf,', superintendent of schools,
; schedules hut $Q0.
Apply for Liquor Licenses.
Thirtv-seven applications for Hauor
licenses will eomc up for action before
the Third district court this mornlw? at
n o'clock. Most of the apnllcatlons arc
for relnil and drug store licenses,
Prompt Relief --PcffmaBsnt Core
LIVER PILLS ajjMO I .
iui. Purely rcgd- AMmTr ?
fVtr1' Mm cartek
Hctnon improve tko core pi caw n bngtitea
MAX MILLER ENTERS
IT GUILTY PLEft
Man Charged With. Impersonat
ing Officer Arraigned Be
Max Mllleiv w-ho was arreatGd Ttyjsday
evening by the local government au
thorities was arraigned yesterday morn
ing beforo United States Commissioner
Charles Baldwin. The chargo against
Miller Is that of Impersonating a secret
Borvlce ngent and obtaining- funds by mls-"rn-escntntfou.
His ball was fixed at
.51000, and In default of payment he was
remanded to tho marshal and . lodged In
the county jail. Commissioner Baldwin
win conduct the preliminary, hearing Sat-
It Is alleged that Miller recently repre
sented himself to Nelson B. Hllemnn and
John M. Sparks of this city as a govern
ment agent dealing inhor8es. Hlloman
claims that Miller said he was expecting
'00 head of horses fts a commission on
certain .efforts, and that If ho (Hlleman)
would give over certain property ns a cor
ral tho two would become partners In
the conduct of a horse dcnllnj,- business.
Sparks Is said to have told tho authori
ties a similar story and avers that Miller
obtained several dollars from him on the
strength of the misrepresentation.
The local authorities say that the grand
jury of Cotorado has Issued an Indict
ment against a man answering Miller's
description to the lotter on a similar
charge. Miller yesterday admitted to
Commissioner Baldwin that he formerly
lived In Colorado.
ACCEPT HOUSE PLAN
WASHINGTON. June 2C The senate
committee on census today agreed to re
port the congressional reapportionment
bill without amending It, providing for
3 representatives, notwithstanding pos
sibly all the committee members had ex
pressed themselves ns opposed to the
The bill provides for forty-two repre
sentatives over the proscnt number, and
was framed so as to prevent a decrease
of the membership from any state. Threo
of the ten members proscnt Senniors
T,a Follette. Dupont nnd McLean voted
In the negative; but, whllo expressing
disapproval at the Increase, the other
seven decided to allow the! house to have
Its way In a. matter so peculiarly per
taining to Its own affairs. The report
will be withdrawn for a week to give
Mr. La Follette time to prepare a mi
nority report, which will be presented
by Senator Bailey.
FOB GOOD FISHING
Take Oregon Short Line Yellowstone
special out of Salt Lake Saturday night,
reach Snake river on the Yellowstone
brancli early Sundaj' morning, fish all
dav Sundav. start back on Yellowstone
special Sunday night and arrive Salt
Lake earlv Monday morning, hap 03 and
willing to work. Special low rates on
J11I3' 1. 12 and 22. See agents for rates
and further particulars. Cit' ticket
ollice Hotel Utah.
Whittlcr vs. Seymour, Motordrome,
WEATHER OBSERVATIONS AT 6 IM.
Temperature. -3 h;
O B V .2 2.
a. oz xi jr f
Stations. ? S sg
- I ?1 :Z 00
5 : 3 .pi c3
SALT LAKE. 7S 2 78 Tl l' .00
Boise GG 8 72 50 10 .0-!
Calgary 01 "4 "06 50 S .AO
Chicago . .... til 0 00 50 12 ,00
Denver 91 CM 60 1 .00
Des Moines ..J 7fil ;fi 78) f2 81 T
Dodge City .. 110 l 0-1 04 22 .'GO
Duluth -K 8 00 -10 10 .00
Durango . ... i SO 4 8 ,00
Edmonton ... .... 02 !4 S .00
Cir. Junction 90 I !I2 5S S .00
Havre 72 2 5S 14 .10
Helena 02 2 08 51 12 .02
Huron 7S S 82 52 21 .71
Jacksonville . S2 2 91 72 II .00
Kaniloops ... 71 2 78! 54 0 .00
Kansas City .. 8G 01 80 6SI 181 T
Lander 78 0 76! 50 If .00
Modona SO 1 S2 52 21 .00
Moorh'cad .... 00 0 OS 40 10 .34
New Orleans . 80 0 86 76 4 .02
New York 82 M4 .SS 08 10 -.00
North Platte . 90 '12 , OS 00 6 .04
Oklahoma ... 94 0 98 70 24 .00
Phoenix 104 4 164 72i 0 .00
Portland. Or. . 58 2 62 52 4 ,00
Prince Albert , 541 1 68 44 14 T
Rapid City ... 80 S 00 50 4 ,00
Roseburg .... 08 2 OS 52 10 .01
San Diego .... 64 0 60 60 S .00
fit. Louis 80 2 86 66 4 .00
St. Paul 06 6 OR -16 12 .00
San Francisco 62 0 60 .10 U ,00
Sheridan . ... 76,-10 78 54 8 ,00
Spokane ..... 04 t 64 48 4 ,00
Swift Current 08 0 70 54 20 .20
Washington . 82 6 90 68 4 .00
Wllllston .... 70 'i 78 54 IS .01
Wlnnomucca . 70 8 7S 46 S .02
Winnipeg ... 62 2 70 40 14. .00
Indicates rise In temperature.
A fall In temperature.
T Indlcutes tracts
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give better values to my customers. ' . B
"I can handle more customers in the same time and- SfM 1
in the same space divide my running charges among S III
. more sales and take a smaller profit on each sale. fl IS
"My business is systematized. I do not rely upon BS i
' memory. I have no leaks. I know where my money '8 ill
.'.comes from and where it goes, therefore, I control my S '
"Because I have an automatic record 'of every penny B B
I receive, I know where I stands do not over-estimate PH 1 '9
my buying capacity; carry no more stock than my SB llfli
capital justifies; take my cash discounts; sell my goods 8 11
for less and still make as much money as formerly. , j kH S
"My store is a safer store to deal in. I guarantee H flf
every sale give you a receipt which protects you against pf8 H
any dispute or misunderstanding. . , SB k 111
. "My clerks can be relied upon. With an automatic lwfl
and indelible history of every purchase,' I know what you BM -11
. paid, when you paid it, and to whom it. was -paid. ' Mk '
"A five-year bid child can buy here and the' receipt M
-...guards. you as thoroughly as though you came yourself. H If
-The National CaTsh Register is .a good thing for me, a Jil
good thing for you and a good thing for: my employes. J
"It makes me more systematic, therefore 'a better B ll
"It makes you certain of the lowest-, prices and the . iP II
best possible treatment. ' v. ; W-'m 3
"It places my clerks above suspicion. lMHBf M fi
iItmmifirs.piir.r.elations miirfi-prciUable and more agieaTble.0 y" PjMplrMi f, 1