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I THIS SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1912. 3 SI
liiieg That Gradin 011 Thir"
iXjIienth East Street as Planned
JaLinmission Holds Plans Can-
iMiiot Be LegaIIy ChanSed
Because of Contract.
conttovctry lin arisen between the
fL (0mmlElon and nuvcral residents of
' jfcltrenth East .ireet relative to tlic
iMuste oi Krado r lllilt t,,0,"olIE,,farc-'-imIE
property ovnors' lcd b-v AV- S' I,Ic"
Siawliy. aIleR0 tI,at thc rIninlslonci's
&XT( trratetl a potition nuking for a
Ac?e with scantcourlc3j
TeBli a comniiinlcAtlon to The Tribune,
''-fr McCarthy pays that "in response to
I ifctan&l written protest of nil the In
stated taxpayer?, the commission has
-Ei'tf'ed its Intention to practically ruin
Xcf"tlie finest resilience HtreetP In the
"Cr ly carrying nut their original plan."
An Xli petition referral to by Mr. McCar
MRBkrwas tiled with the city recorder on
IKwtmbtr IS ami after presentation to
IHK wmmlnfllon was refcrrctl to the atrcct
Tt. tpgners of Petition.
petition s ,lgncd with the follow-
iLjBftiricii H. .Shormer, Mrs. Nclllo O.
Smimtr, .1 U Craig. Mrs. Maude I.
Writ U i. Burton. Ella M. Burton, J.
'XL Thomas, Miu. J. M. Thomas, T. W.
'-iBicf Mrs V W". Cluff. I.eonu W. Mc-
I I tEtfcy, IiiHIe M. Harris. M. F. Ffoutz.
, uTjfcrice SllcfcJ, Isaholl D. Stlefel nnd W.
.TficCarlliy. t , , r ,
SwOa October 1 Commissioner Morris
lide the following motion, which was
' ,M" unanimous vote of the
OjJMcTiIfliloii, Mayor Park being absent:
tHn Hie niHlier of petition No. 1209
Cliarlcs E. Shcrmnr et ul,, asking
371 certain changes In the plans and
Btdfleatloiis under which contract
ipiilKtr curb and gutter extension No. 21
lyjiCai been awarded, and also for the
rL. Wcttallon of a new paving district
164 "racing a portion of district No.
ft I bfAo report that I havo Invea
IntilBt'pttd the same and Ilnd that such a
timltlanRc cannot be inado Iegully; that
Jhrroulrt Invalidate the contract which
rt,-'Wtfi been let for work on curb and
1 te. rolltr extension No. 21 ; that It
tr.Uaou!il Involve tho city In damage
TMiflJlmji for Interrupting the work al-
.;.sdy begun under this contruct; that
nuiiu Ait would not be. acceptable to prop
ll!llllWy owners sought to bo Included
t "mtoHld new district. It was origlnal-'-fif
proposed by petitioners that they
itdtarfMold assume all expenses of the
TMpropoje( change, which they are now
" u 'Wiwllltaff to do. Under the clrcum
udtojlwUECcj I move that the petition be
JJjMtte With Protests.
iteilCttrb and gutter extension 21 was ad
at tiBfUiJ from April I) to May 21. During
Jt Urae there were received In tho of
''I,,T7?H of the city recorder protests from
.ciwty owners repn-Hentlng a total of
,ftn(BHlOi ft- The extension Included 19,
iMjflKo feet, and tho amount necessary to
rWtti in.in.16 2-3 feet-
'".'gAilvcrtlEeincnts to contractors wore
D1 Jka publlahed and the contract let for
work which Is now under waj'.
:, tm'imSonc of the protcslnnta to the original
-a-) w of Intention Is represented In the
ZIL-zXl f Protestants who petitioned for a
Ww on September 2S.
r CCflBfrc(mK to the receipt of. tho written
i lgtot of Htptember 8 the property
,nn)QBntrs held a meeting with tscveYnl of
lad'!S' Dysentery, Diarrhoea,
34 CHOLEilA MORBUS
' tt;',mE,a?a'',, Ready Relief taken Inwardly
L&iw iintr will In a few moments cure
? t-J 1W5S' sPftins. Sour Stomach. Nausea,
, ' JMPtlrn, Malarial Fevors. Sick Hcad
"l: 'Sv Flauloncy and all Internal
'ilL 3Kienially for Rheumatism. Neuralgia,
VjBJiur, Sprains, Bruises. Mosquito
otlngs of InsectH. Sunburn. Burni:.
Wtache, HcadRche. Pains in tho Bade
-w PPlIcMion of
jjjf SWAY'S READY RELIEF
-iafc?l? Pwt or parts affected will lnntontly '
fVe and soon cure the sufferer of theso
-Pnts. Sold by all druggists.
flHUvB "ADWAY i CO.. NEW YORK.
3l Vvr ompha?iscJ tho
PKujj pl 1T,oLllin" is 100 Kool for
""finKiB t" ' 'JrV'icC' C00 aS 'fc J
IWHBiMalu st, 655 So. -1th "0..
,ily spaced front Made
iff id-Cte striped Madra&-ex-
' ? A 8mart 2 fo
J-Fr,ftabody & Company, Troy.N.Y.
CUM IF UBS OF
BUU 9 YEAR
Express Companies Protest
Against the Proposed Re- '
duclion in Rates.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 0.-A nt Ioko ot
$33,000,000 a year In the revenues of the
oxprcbs companlea mid the railroads
would result from putting Into effect the
express rates proposed by the Interstate
commerce cominipslon, according to llg
ures submitted by the companies to the
Thin loss, It was estimated, would be
divided between tho express and the
railroad companies'. It wa asserted by
counsel for the express companies that
the commission's rates practically woula
put their clients out of business.
"Walter D. Hlnes, representing the
Adams-American, Southern, United
States, and Wells-Fargo companies said
the present rates would cost tho express
companies 5.S7 cents on every dollar 're
ceived by them, "thus destroying all
profit and producing an enormous deficit."
Tho dcllclt. ho tfald, for tho companies
he represented would total $6,743,622
annually, measured by the present vol
ume of business. According to Mr.
Hincs's figures, "tho proposed rates mean
a reduction of not lefs than 11 cfints In
the total revenue per package on the
express business In the United Slates."
Several representatives of shippers
were heard. Including I. I. Brown of tbo
California Commercial association.
Ticlilinr; in llio throat, botLrscnoss,
1of.s of voice, indicnto tho neod of
Ballard's Horcliound Syrup. ' It
cases tho lunfts, quiets the cough and
restores health in tho bronchial tubes.
Price, 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle.
Sold by Schramm-Johnson, Drugs, five
good stores. (Advertisement)
The ladies of U10 First Presbyterian
church will hold rummago sale Friday,
October Jl, in church pnrlors.
thi commission and after an Investiga
tion agreed that they would cccuro re
leases from other properly owners to se
cure the city agalniit damage suits anJ
would jointly bear the cxponae ot mak
ing the change asked for. On this basis
the city agreed to accede to their wishes.
The cost of the change is estimated
to be about ?5000 When the petition
waa presented for tho proposed change in
grade nothing was dona by tho protest
ants to protect the city or to bear the
expense of the chango In grade.
Mr. McCarthy's letter in full Is as fol
lows: Editor Tribune: For the
tion of. and an a warning to, othei
citizens and taxpayers who may con-
template petitioning the pres en . clt
administration 'or street lnipiove
monts. T desire to recite some facts
concerning the action of the city
commission and their engineer with
reforonce to the grading and gutter
ing of Thirteenth East street, be
tween Second and Third South
Notwithstanding tho fact that in its
improvement. Thirteenth East will re
quire very Utile grading, tho taxpay
ers alone that street arc, without
protest, participating In tho expenso
oC the extremely heavy and costly
rk being dono on streets west ot
them which aro Included In 11 e grad
ing and guttering district under discussion,
Object to Grade.
Botwccn First and Second South
streets there 1h a seven per cent
-nule- at the summit tho city en
gineer proposes to establish a. street
grade two and four-tenths feet above
thlcvel of the .sidewalk, tin" forc
ing ill tho drainage fm twenty-four
f"ot of parking out to tho sidewalk
converting it into a waterway.
Four thoroughly competent, woll
known engineers, three of whom arc
entirely disinterested, have pro
nounced I his the most absurd engin
eering proposition that hus coma to
"'fn'ordcR'hat they might personally
inspect the street and hear tho tax
pavers' protest the commission was
fibbut a month ago Invited to attend
a neighborhood meeting which they
declined to do. doubtless for the rea
son us expressed by Commissioner
Morris, that it was "out of order
for taxpayers who are paying hh
salnrv to make such a request they
shmifd appear on bended knee before
Holds Error Admitted.
Mahomet went to tho mountain 1 and
at tic meeting it was admitted by
the commission that the Propose,
grade Is wrong and that work would
bo suspended until correction could bu
mTluin tho water mains were uncov
ered and lowered about two feet In
stead of four to conform to the prop
er "rade. In the interest of economy,
to avoid duplication of work and con
Mnuei t expenso tho attention of
Commissioner K'orns was directed to
tho fact that tho mains should be
further lowered but the recommenda
tion waa Ignored and the trenches
Sees Trouble Ahead.
Tn response to the formal written
pro est of all tho Interested Uucnay
iu the commission has expressed Its
Intention to practically ruin one of the
nnest rcHldonee streets In tho city
,v cirrylnsr out their original P an
whleh will icavo the sidewalks on the
JMIkV Hide of the street below tho
dway level, convert the walkn Into
1 -nttor which will carry .111 tua
dra'lnagc from the parking and Ie
Htroy tb nutiiral beauty of tho
hi vet The gr-dn from curb to uhle
va.ni will be approximately ten per
ocnt dwn which Messrs. Blossom an
Morris solemnly aver water will not
run How our aln engineer and
commissioner of public work Intend
overcome this law of nature was
I "ru USsouri' walnr ,1W -eks its
I level and 1 assumo we may be panl
" onod for differing with theo learned
gentlemen when we claim It v.M do
Gutters Not Right.
neoner glitters than those thev in
tend to Install have in the past foiled
. m w Aff flood waters and basse-
iSint dawiS '"U1 e'"'c"a
to the city.
The complaining ta-xpuyerr ; havft
Oliiet cY'ni, , Liter if the commla-
i in whiter a aRatUig rink.
I a"1 In ,,n-cr Tour rfPerlfully.
j W. M'CAKTHY.
Suit Brought to Test the Right
of the Government to En
force Publicity Law.
POINTS IN PAPER FILED
Violation of Constitution in
Abridging Freedom of the
N'EAV YORK, Oct. P. Suit to tst the
right of the government to enforco tho
federal lav of August 24. 1012, requiring
newspapers and periodicals to publish
their circulation figures twice a year and
Imposing other publicity requirements, !
was filed in tho United States district
court hero today by the Journal of Com
merce and Commercial Bulletin company,
publishers of the Journal of Commerce.
The suit Is directed against Postmas
ter General Hitchcock, Attornoy General
Wlckersham, United States District At
torney Wise and Poutmaatcr Morgan ot
The petitioner charges that the law
Is unconstitutional and prays for a tem
porary Injunction restraining its enforce
ment until llnal adjudication.
Publishers Behind Suit.
Buck of the action, according to Rob
ert C. Morris, of counsel for tho com
plainant, is the American Newspaper
Tho petition alleges that upwards of
25,000 newspapers and periodicals are af
fected by the law. It charges that the
law Is void, because it violates the con
stitution of tho United States and par
ticularly the first and llfth amendments,
and abridges the freedom of the press.
Tho law Is characterized as of no bene
fit to tho postofTlco department or any
other department of tho government, In
asmuch as obedience by tho neriodlcats
and newspapers would not "aid or assist
In tho operation of the poKtofflce depart
ment or In the carrying of the malls or
the regulation thereof."
With reference to that portion of the
law which requires that all printed mat
ter for which compensation Is received
shall bo labeled "advertisement," the peti
"All such matters are matters of busi
ness arrangement or of favor or other
wise between your complainant and Its
advertisers; and such provision of tho
act Is not necessary or proper to assist
the government or any department or
official thereof to carry out or perform
any power or duty Intrusted or granted
to tho United States by the several
states under the constitution or other
wise." It 'Is charged that tho law. if on
forced, would result In the confiscation ot
the property without due process of law.
"It Is noL within the power of con
gress." tho complainant continues, "to
exact said act; and It is an usurpation
by congress of powcr3 expressly reservea
to the states, and is legislation affecting
matters with which the several states
of the United States alone have the right
WOMEN PRESENT AT
Members of Ladies' Literary
Club Listen to Talk on
"Ancient Utah" was the Kubject ot an
address by Dean Byron Cummlngs of the
TJnlversltj' of Utah, delivered before tho
history section of the Indies' ."Literary
club at the university museum yesterday
Dean Cummlngs recently returned from
sovcral months' explorations of the
ancient clilT dwelling region In San Juan
county, Utah, bringing with him scores
of interesting specimens representing the
fruits of his investigations.
Illustrated by these Kneclmcns, the lec
ture was exceedingly Interesting luvd was
particularly apt; Inasmuch as tho history
section recently embarked on a study of
the ancient history of America. The
speaker traced in a comprehensive way
the significance of his discoveries, show
ing that beyond doubt the pret:cnt-uny
Ilopl-nioki Indian tribes descend direct
from the cliff dwellers of the paleolithic
and neolithic ages.
Dean Cummings now la engaged in
setting up the rellca collected by him
during the Pu8t summer. Moat of these
are being Installed at the university
museum. They Include backets and pot
tcrv of exquisite workmanship, blankets,
sandals, woodenware. products of the
ancient, weavers and llko specimens bear
ing strikingly on tho history of tho early
trib-'H In that region. In ono Jar w.in
found Indian corn and beansi supposed
to be more than 1000 years old and yet
lu perfect condition.
ttw tho lecture the Jadlca enjoyed
Irnch at the university cafeteria and
afterward Inspect ed the girls' dormitory
under the direction of Miss r.ucy Vun
Cott Tho dormitory is proving to be
a. groat yucccss. More girls have ap
nllcd for rooms than mn be accommo
dated aud two new rooms have . bcon
:,dTomorrowltlnIght nil tho members of
tho university faculty and their wives
iril, give a dancing party in the
blv hall in the Museum building The
dance will be given in honor of tho new
members of tho family.
is Clogged up
CARTER'S UTTLEMpJNw ,
UVER POLS n!
BrfE6w, mi Skfc Bstfafa.
5RA1X PHI. SEUl 1MB. ttMl rflJOl
IE ALLY DOES" PUT STOMACH 1
ORDER AT Oih-PAPE'S DIAPEPS1
Time It! In Just Five Minutes There Will Be Xo .Indiges
tion, Sourness, Heartburn, Gas or Dyspepsia.
Do somes foods you cat hit bad: !
tasto rrood but work ball.y; ferment
into stubborn lumps and eaiio a sick,
sour, r:i?sv stomach? Now, Mr. or Mrs.
Dyspeptic, jot this dowu; Pupo s Dta
pepsin digests everything, leaving o.th
inc to sour and upset you. io diner
enco bow badly your stomach is disor
dered, you cet bappv relief in live
minutes, but what pleases you most is
that it btrcucthens and regulates your
stomach so you can eat your favorite
foods without four. .
Most remedies give vou rchet some
times they arc Hlow, but not sure. Ui-
I BENJAMIN R. PRATT
DIES OF PNEUMONIA
Benjamin It. Pratt, '24 years of age,
artist 'and musician, died of pneumonia
at tho family home. 1003 East IN with
South street, at 11:30 a. m. yesterday
Mr. Pratt was brother to "Viola Pratt
Gillette, tho famous opera singer now
touring in Alberta. Can., with the Gil
bert Sullivan Opora company, lie
is also survived by his parents, tour
brothers and another sister. Thov are
Milando Pratt and Elizabeth it. Pratt,
parents; Charles It., Fredrick L. and
Orsou M", Pratt, all of Salt Lake, nnd
Milando Pratt Jr. of New York, broth
ers, and a sister. Mrs. Lcona Bcrgenor
of Brooklyn, N", Y. .
Funeral services will be held in tne
Fiinigration ward ehnpcl at 2 p. nu Sun
day. Interment will be in the City ccni-eterj'.
C H Fisher was yesterday appointed
receiver for the Wasatch Supply com
pany bv Judge George G. Armstrong In
the Third district court on the petition
of Atha Williams, president of the con
cern. Bond was tlxed at 51000. The re
ceivership is the result of a suit filed
against the company by the Merchants
bank for the collection of a promissory
noto for WOO.
TESTED MB PROVEN
There Ib a Heap of Solace in Being
Able to Depend Upon a Well
For months Salt Lake City readers
havo soon the constant expression of
praise for Doau's Kidney Pills, and
rend about tho good work they havo
done in this locality. what other
remody ever produced buch convincing
proof of merit?
Karoa Searle, 1815 Lake stroet, Salt
Lake City, Utab, says: "You may con
tinue to publish the testimonial I gave
in favor of Doan's Kidney Pills somo
years ago. This remedy did rac a great
doal of good, and I am, therefore al
ways pleased to praise it. Backache
annoyed mo off and on for a number
of years, and T was uuablo to get re
lief until I commenced taking Doan's
Kidnev Pills procured at Schrnroin-
Johnson's Drug Store. Many people -havo
sought information of rac regard- ,
ing Doan's Kidney Pills, and T have
always advised the use of this remedy
when tho opportunity has occurred.1'
For sale at Scbramm-Johnson 's drug
store, Salt Lake City, Utah, and by all
dealers. Prico 50c. Fostcr-Milburn
Co.. Buffalo, X. Y., sole agents for the
United States. Remember tho name
Doun's and take no other.
Easy to End
Just Breathe Booth's HYOMEI
Kill the Germs and Soothe the
Inflamed Membrane Start
Don 't bo prejudiced. Thcro is not a
particle of roorphiue. cocaino, . or any
iniurious or habit forming drug in IllO-
1 Tt'is made ot Eucalyptus and other
crand nntisopUcs. It will greatly re
ftovo the misery of catarrh or any af
fliction of tho nose and throat in live
minutes. . ... t, irv
No stomach dosing just breathe ill
OME1. it gels at the catarrh, germs
and quickly destroys them.
AK. for HYUMfir. (pronounced TJtgh-o-mo)
outfit. It only costs $1.00, and
consists of :i hard rubber pocket m
hnlor. which can be curried in vest
Socket, a boltlo or. HYOMEr, a medi
cine dropper, and simple directions for
uso. Extva bottles ."0c.
Leading druggists cverytvhoro sell
HYOMEI, which is guaranteed to end
catarrh, coughs, colds aud croup, or
Tf you could go to the bucalyptus for
cstn of inland Australia you would
onieklv get rid of catarrh. Booth's U
OMLE1 brings the identical air of tneto
forests direct, to your home. It is 11
most wonderful catarrh remedy. Ask
Sehramm-Johuson 5 stores about it.
I DENVER a BIQ GRANDE
BACK EAST EXCURSIONS
Oct. 11th. Limit Oct. 3ttt.
Oct. 10th. Limit Jan. S1L
Nov. 23rd, 25th. Limit Jan. 31st.
Doc 21st. 23rd. Limit Feb. 28th.
Denver, Colorado Sprlnna 522-50
Omaha, Kansas City 540.00
San Francisco S4O.00
Low rates to other eastern points on
Stopovers. Diverse routes.
8TEAMSH IP TICKETS
To all parts of the world.
SOI Main St. Phono Waoatch 2529.
apopu.in is quick, positive and puts
your stomach in a healthy condition I
so tho misery won't come back.
Yqu feel different :u soon jis Dia
pepsin coniM in contact with the
stomach distress just vnnishos your
stomach gets sweot, no gases, no belch
ing, no eructations of undigested food,
your head clears and vou feel fine.
Put an end to stomach troublo bv
getting .1 large fifty-cent case of
I 'ape's Diapcpsin from any drug store.
You realize in five minutes how need
less it is to suffer from indigestion,
dyspepsia or any etomach disorder.
0. 3. L RAILROAD
Stockholders Retain Board by
Vote Taken in Offices of
The annual election of directors of tho
Oregon Short Line Railroad was held
yesterday aftornoon In the office3 of
W. H Bancroft, vice president and gen
eral manager of the company. Parley
I WIUIamB. general counsel for the com
pany, presided at the meeting and the
stock was represented by Alexander Min
or, Hecretary for tho executive committee
of the Jlarrlman Unci, X. M. Loomls, gen
eral counsel for the Union Pacific, and
local stock hoIdniH, the stockholders pres
ent holding proxies for the others.
Fifteen directors, all of whom have
held tho same position during the past
year, were elected at yesterday's meet
ing. They are Oliver Ames, Gordon M.
Buck, Samuel Carr, Mavwcll Everts. Rob
erl U Gerry. Man-In Hughltt, Otto H.
Kahn. Julluts Kruttsclmltt, R. S. Lovott,
W. S. McCornlck, Oliver W. Mink 1Y11
llam Rockefeller. William Ci. Rockefeller,
M. Shlff and V. V. S. Thorn".
Mrs. A. B. Tabor of Cridor. Mo., had
been troubled with sick headache for
about five years, whon Bho began taking
Chamberlain's Tablets. She has taken
two bottloa of them and they havo
cured her. Sick bealacho is caused bv
a disordered etomach for which these
tablets are especially intended. Try
thorn, get well and stav well. Sold by
all dealers. "(Advertisement)
Delegates Are Selected,
Governor William Spry yesterday ap
pointed olght Utahns as members of a
committee of ninety. nine from all over
the United States to co-opcrato In the
preparation of proposed hills for con
gress to effect the establishment of tu
berculosis hospltoJs In the southwest. The
appointments were ma do at the request
of the governor of Texas. Governor
Spry will art aa tho chairman of the
Utah committee, which Is composed of
the following: Reed Smoot, George Suth
erland. Joseph Howell, Dr. T. II. Beattie.
Dr. G. B. Harding, W. W. Armstrong,
Charles "iV. Nlbley, Mrs. Adolph Simon
and Mr3. Emrna Empcy. j
CLARK CAIWHS 1
Speaker and Governor Wilson
Greeted by Great Crowds'
in Missouri and Illinois.
ST. LOfiS. Oct. 3. Kprak-r Chump
Clark and Governor Wood row Wilson
campaigned together today In Ullntjla and
Cheers and creat ontliusktr-m greeted
the two men aa they appeared In Spring
field, Granite City and East St. Louln
In Illinois and al St. Louis in Missouri.
Tho crowd at the fair grounds In
Springfield woa a big on. The gover
nor's voice wit woak and lie could not
rarh the outer extremity of thj throng
that faced him.
"M- thougth about hof.i Mr. T.-rft and
Mr. Rooscvolt," said the governor In Ills
speech at the fair grounds, "hi that of
entire rewpect, but these gentlemen havu
been so Intimately associated with the
powers that have been determining the
policy of thl3 government for almost a
generation that they cannot look at the
affairs of the United States with tho view
of a new iige and a changed bet of cir
cumstances They arc unable to speak;
they sympathize with the peoplo; their
hearts no doubt go out to the great
masses of ifnknown men in this country;
but their thought is in close habitual an
soclatlon with those, who have framed
the policies of this country during all
TAJFT IS GRATEFUL
FOR BATTLE WAGED
SAX FRANCISCO. Oct. ?. lreMdnt
Tuft has taken cognizance of the political
situation hi California and his opinion Is
expressed In a telegram received today by
Gustavo Brrnner, chairman of the Re
publican state central committee. After
the 6tate supreme court ruled that the
presidential electors selected by the
Roosevelt wing of the Republican party
were entitled to the party designation on
tho ballot, f.hstlrman Brenner sent to
President Taft a telegram setting forth
the conditions that confront the Taft
wing of the party. In response, President
Gustavo Brcnnor, chairman Repub
lican state central committee of Cali
fornia: Your telegram received. 1 thank yuu
for the kind wordn of tho Republi
can stato central committee. 1 am
sure if tho regular Republicans are to
be denied the right of franchlKtt
through unjust action of tho machine
now tn control of California politics,
their indcfonslble conduct must nltl
matelv react to their Injury.
Whatever you do. I shall be grate
ful for vour support.
William Howard taft.
IN SAN FRANCISCO
SAN FRANCISCO, OcL fl. Governor
Juduon Harmon of Ohio, and the party
that accompanied him to San FranclBco I
to aelect the Ohio site at the Panama-Pacific
International exposition, wero wel
comed formally today.
After visiting Mayor James Rolph, ,lr.
the party went to the exposition grounds,
where preliminary Investigation wax
made by the governor. Selection of the
site will be made tomorrow.
DIE OF 300 SALT )i
LAKE CiTFIGHTEBS pi
Mr. .Robert Reid. Soldier of 1
Experience. Tells oC . . j
Events to Plant Juice Man o jij
On of Hull Lake City' 300 young men j '
who look pnrt in Old Spaulsh-Amrrlnin t
war wan Mr. Robert Rld. whoao homo , 7
Is at i'l South Fourth Kl. He was a '
member of buttery U. Hsht rtl!Icry J j
Mr. Raid has a fine military record. H i U
served with distinction under General t ' m
Gr.nt in tho Philippine during tho cam- j 3 fl
palgn of 1S0S nnd H hus cxperi- ) 1
cncwl tots of IhjI tlmeM amil sholl, smoko ri
and roar. Mr. Rid is now an enthusl- i
al on P;nt Juice, the new tonic which ay
is crtattiig wldosprad intereat through- Sll
ut th country. I'm- .1
"TUk Plant Juice is the finosl thing I I. 1
have rvei known to build ji man up. 1 j
take the ma!n"tn out of him and i-leuit ; C j
him out gem! Sine tho wnr dayf t i j
I havu BUTfri'-i .:th dyspepnta and other j - 1
stcmnrh trouble:. It has been iomethlng ff. i
fieros at tlmoi'. I have never found any- i: !
thing to give such nulck relief as Plant ' S -1
Juice. It Is the right kind of relief, too. i .a
for one can feel that it Is removing the .-. . .j
caue of the troubles. It has tone! mo ;i
up nnd mnde me fel fine. I am rwiom-
mending it to all my friend." ft
i'eopl.; in all waller of life find Plant fl
Juice quickly effective. Its cleamtns ,j
corrective nnd curative effects arc mar- ',, '
vclous. It Is an absolute specific for nil ,; l
deningcments of stonfach. liver, kidney
and blood. No matter if chronic or of J'-S' i;
long standing, you will find relief in r-.k ',
Plant Juice. Those who arc debilitated. L
run down, nervous, dyspeptic, constl- jv 1
pated, suffer with rheumatism, catarrhnl ft. a y
troub'es, are bilious, or have liver or ai
klndi'V complaint, xhould loso no tlm m'
In taking It. See the display and talk . ?.
with the Plant Juice man at Schramm- ! i-
Johnson's storo No. 5, Third South and ; '
Main. (Advcrtlsem'nt.i '
Itch! Itch! Itch! I
The vij ry lirst drops of D. D. D. Pro- Lis 1
scrlptlon for Eczema stop that awful Itch V,i ;
InKtantly; yes, thi! very moment D. D. D. '";' jr, ,
touches tin. burn'ng skin the torturo
ern.sos. A 5c bottle proviis It. , kit 1
D. D. D. baa b"en known for yean aa ! j
the only absolutely reliable eczema rem- ij? 5''
cdy, and nil druggists kjep it. p y
Go to them If you can't come to us
but don't accept tome big profit Hubstl- '
U vou come to our stor. ve aro f 28 1
certain of -.viut L. 1 D. will do for you ,p f
ttnt wtt offer you n full hIu bottle ii iLm
this guantnteolf :ou On not find that ,m .
It takes away the il h AT ONCH, It zosla Jbaj
yon not a :. nt.
Schrumm-Johnson Drug Co. mu
JOHN P. CHAMBERLAIN ffi
IS CALLED BY DEATH M
John P. Chamberlain, L yoars of ape. r
dh'd at tho residence of his daughter. 'fo; f
21C Fust Third South street, yestorday ;, t
at 7;:i0 a. m. Mr. Chamberlnln hail bvn r"
a resilient of this city for tho pant two
months, lie was formerly of Nt-w York.
Mr. Chamberlain Ik survived by u j.-V;
widow and a daughter, Mrs. C L. Kings. : my
ley. both of this city. Funeral ervlcs j
will be held at the Mnsonle temple to-
morrow at 10 . nt. and will bo pilvate. ;' x
Jntorment will he In Mount Olivet ' ,
I Cold Coming? Go To Your Doctor
You may cough tomorrow! Better be prepared for it when it comes.
Ask your doctor about keeping Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in the
house. Then when the hard cold or cough first appears you have
a doctor's medicine at hand. Your doctor's approval of its use j
will certainly set all doubt at rest. Do as he says. j.
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