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,Mj 'Attorney Outlines
Xo Secure Reforms Al
Jjed to Be Needed.
I I 'i. JJe Tribune
J vov. lo. Another protest
vycar franchises for public
gallons oneratlns in Osden
d bv Judge A. W. Akcc, one
Jallve candidates for dls
t tlic recent election and a
he David & Wobcr Counties
ny In a communication to
Fell and the city commia
e 4ceo has outlined several
let In ills opinion, should
to bv the city authorities
ampanles now soeklnp: fran
atcnslon of present frnn-
ejotlenal casea would Jud?e
ver of cxtendhifr tho life of
over a period longer than
yt&rr. He would establish
Icht to fix schedule of
change the same, proof of
unreasonableness to he
;cntlon that the city should
jervicft corporations to nro
c sr.rvlce at a reasonable
ea declares that wore such
orporatcd in the franchise
ntuln States Tolcnhono A:
mpany the people of OprJen
compelled to pav such hlph
poor telephone service as
hod. As a final demand he
Bit corporations to pay into
sury nn annual per cut of
s for tho use of the streets
On tills point he writes:
not a city, commissioner
:ouncllman in the state
permit one or these dud
corporatlono to construct
illway or a lino of tclu
clesraph poles or electric
over his private properly
no compensation. Why.
Id these corporations be
lo talco and use public
tlioul compensation. The
hlph has often prevailed
cers bcinp furnished free
on or free lights or telo
:chan$:o for the use of the
the city is most vicious
not be tolerated.
1 second formal protest rc
ie city commissioners, the
Ify bureau directors havlnp
lied a communication in
ion was raised to granting
r a period longer than
iHT" UP TO DATE,
a Will Have Unique Torch
n!on Wednesday Night,
i0v. 15. A modern "torch
In which special red fusees
: the old coal oil torch, Is
features arranged for the
ory exercises on next Wed
tiff. It Is on Unit nisht that
Ozden lodgo NTo. 710 will
visiting members from prac
lodsc In Utah and several
irrlvnl of the special trains
Wednesday evening, tho
w In line with three bands
Washington avenue, where
111 be supplied with a rcd
rnc line of march Is north
ihlrd street nnd. countor
ck to the new club house on
addition to tho torches,
red railroad fusees will be
umlnatc tho street and avc
lilcli the line wfll pass.
s which will take place
rade on Wednesday evening
te-s of the order only. Tho
Ion will be held on Thurs
n and a grand ball in the
or. Thursday evening. In
l disappointments tho com
ir;o of arrangements for the
ive made satisfactory prog'-
?MM GAIN FOR OGDEN. I
'cf6hort Line Shopo at Poca
jKWi He,Po Junction City.
jH Tio Tribune.
R,Y; 15- As a result of the
wictloii of the Oregon Short
FteSt-ifo'' 5?P,n 18 panting
iV. lrl9fortune. Tho
milt ?ldcd not rebuild the
Enj!nine 3.nd lht 0,ltlrc toe
Et?'?!,' Painters and millmcn,
Ptu ulnrtJ'. bavo been trans-W-Wio
chops here. All of tho
KtaiSii8 Previously turned out
rfS ri 5hops wil1 1)0 doro I"
V..ei nex.1 fc,v months.
li; tlructl"" of l"c shops at
Hhlunui . V0rk na Piled "P at
BAu In lhcJoca J'nrds are filled
biln"6 .cP'-'lr. Tho car
liAUfh- ,E,SlUly remodeled to
hta p Kp.a.cc for the ln
dSnW'Lc wnll must be car
sntiK the next few months.
Won Youth Honored.
tlh Mv?d 1,10 P'8lns an
r. iow i lc.',r son- Lieutenant H.
Vtlyned at KorL II. G.
Wnc,'S!iorshlP ln lhe United
toil S em; 01 WcBt Point.
Honor ,lc.r lb on,-v -n ycars
as an (jnUul nrrcd on him
j ,!1 "tlon of excellent
" good record oa an of-
0wiin5T"Atu thc rcQUest of
thni 2 .s. bcon rctill"cd to
MWl of n rvIl,cJ1' artcd In last
iBfii contif,,r,;lnt ',venue gambling
WoVi",,"lu. until Monday morn
"g. tho proprietor
Mm nr. -of 11,0 ,ncn nr-
S t,.Iorhv""Scralch ! Scra tch 1
lKi2aTiv ? 0'lne"t- ft cures
!Bir a"y akln itching. All drug-
fcUUoifidt? chroic dyspepsia
JMl"o liv.r6 u.lcla 25 cents per box)
ilmer. ton6 the stonuich. curb
Church Will Aid Weber Slake
in Carrying Out Better
Special to The Trlhune.
Jn fund nracllciHy complete, the .Mor
mon church authorities in charze of Vc
nrenKi0 K,'0UndE ,n thltTclty arc
PX 'S n Vnn work eft'lv in tho
KJi J 1110 improvements which havo
been under way for the past two vcars
Is? i'wn 512.000 have already bcn ex
pended hut to complete thc parking of
the extensive grounds and improvement
nn i!?Mi.iIbc;"ac ? bndinsr will require
an additional outlav of 510.000.
r.fI,r an, "sreement made with the
pcnernl authoritioo of the church, the
? S e.t?b,nBclo committee, composed
ha ?ntWThn Watson, of tho thrca
f' ,i n Wobcr county, were to rccelvo
ul Pmullie "0,.lcr;il funds S4000 when ?6000
.be.en, raj'cd in thl? city- Th ler
oi ? i l 1?ow Practically completed
and the whole fund will bo avallablo by
the time w;ork is to bo started.
n? th? pnst yRHr several hundred
!all,icarfh ,iave becn dumped in thc
fb Vr,CJ.c SfVarc t0 Provide material
IZ riiiis,n,;,,ne surfacft uo to the prop
Also, aP 110,1 fcncc has been
erected around the cntlro grounds and
otrier improvements made- It is thc
purpose of thc committee lo spend thc
rn)u c!, of t,,clr "vaJlablo funds in
cycling the ground. laying out walks
and flower beds and installing two or
!lircLf0Unt:t,m,s- ,U is estimated that
tno contemplated Improvements for the
tabcrnuclc building will require 52000 of
in I".n. ' i!,.J.a,,d,t,Pn 10 KOn,c remod
elling the building will be complctclv redecorated.
BURGLARS HAVE GRUDGE.
Time After Time Select Store of L. H,
Becraft for Their Operations.
Special lo The Tribune.
OGDISN", Xpv. If,. For the second
time within the past fow months, bur
S'ars entered thc repair shop of tho L.
K. Becraft company at Grant avenue
and Twenty-fourth street last night and
secured tools valued at more than $100.
u hey selected only tho most expensive
wrenches, dies and machine parts. Tho
robbery was not discovered until this
morning, when workmen found that, an
entrance had been gained bv breaking a
window at -the rear of the shop.
Only for thc facL that a strong steel
door separates thc two apartmcnle, thc
burglars would have entered the store.
Marks made by chisels and drills were
found on this door, but it had" not been
opened. In addition to tho two success
ful robberies, no les than four attempts
have 'TDeen made to burglarize tho Be
craft storo during tho pasL six months.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN-, Nov. Jo. After a week's work
at Promontory Point, Robert C. Laindy
has returned to Ogdcn with tho report
that the prospects of securing an ade
quate supply of fresh water for domestic
and Irrigation purposes are encouraging.
Judge H. IT. Henderson and other Ogdcn
people arc Interested In a project which
contemplates the establishment of an ex
tensive orchard op tho west, or Saline
side, of the point. If thc supply of water
Is found to be available the modern sys
tem of piping water to Individual trees
will be installed. Concrete walls will also
be placed about thc shafts to prevent
seepage of salt water.
Follow Salt Lake Plan.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Xov. 15. Thirty members of
the Utah Credit Men's association, in
cluding four members from Salt Lake,
attended a luncheon at thc Weber club
today. The matter of establishing an
office for the Ogden branch was dis
cussed and definite action will be taken
at a meeting of the directors of the
state association next Tuesday. Tho Og
den credit men will hereafter follow the
Salt Lake plan of holding a luncheon at
least once a month.
Much Oash for Fanncr3.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Nov. 15. This was tho flrfct
beei payday of the season for the Amal
gamated Sugar company and several hun
dred Weber county farmers received their
money for heels delivered up to November
1. Tho amount paid out today exceeded
5100,000 and there remains yet to be
paid out about half this amount. Muny
of tho farmers succeeded in disposing of
a largo slice of their sugar boot earn
ings bv calling at thc office of County
Treasurer Alma D. Chambers, where thc
taxes are being collected.
Journey Restores Health.
Speolal to The Tribune.
OGD1DX. Nov. T. John G. Willis, for
mer member of a local firm of attorneys,
has returned to this city after several
months in Europe. Uo arrived In New
York early In the month, but spent ten
days in eastern cities. During his travels
Mr. Willis visited Greece. North Africa,
Spain. Italy. England and other coun
tries, spending a major portion of Ills
time In thc Mediterranean countries. He
was successful In attaining the primary
object of his trip Improved health. He
lias gained twenty pounds In weight.
Special to Thc Tribune.
OGDEN, Nov', lfi. Alter several weeks
in thc custody of Sheriff IS. IS. Harrison,
Leon Fan-, who shot and painfully In
jured his Iiroihor-ln-law. Arthur b.
Shrceve is to be given his liberty to
morrow.' No complaint has boon filed
awilnot the man and a Mr. Shrceve has
nractlcalh' recovered from his injury thoio
Ie said tb be no desire on tho part of
himself or others to punish Mr. 1'arr.
Tho latter blames overindulgence in
whiskv for his rash act nlid declare
thtit h'c will touch no more liquor.
Sues for Commission.
H s Wales brought suit In the dis
trict court yesterday against tho Uiiyld
riournonvillc company to recover 5o.
algcl I to be due as his communion on
the sa c of a paU-ntcd gas generating and
compressing apparatus maniif.icturcd by
in. defendant company. Ho dccmics
that he c cred into an agrcument with
t o company to handle Its product In
Utah on i commission basis. The com
nanv Is charged with breaking this con-,
tract bv making a sale within the state
without allowing Wales his commio-sloii.
ilOYS 6lVEf4 AWAY
Man Different Ki ds to Selecl From
RE WITH A $1,00 PURCHASE
Lw It Savjs Your Hard Casi
r ;3lH Wo Fivc-Foot Hall Clock. Noxt Clock Given Avruy
j on Docombcr l. Tickcta With Each GOc Purchnuo,
NATURAL TEA liMTiG 60.
-10-17 West First South.
i L z
HEW FIGHT OVER
Special to Tho Tribune,
j LEI 1 f, Nov. 15 Thc Lchi postofficc
i light has ausumcd, a now phase since
the recent election. Any appointment
niado after March -1 necessarily will be
of a. Democrat, and nearly every other
Democrat In town has his lightning rod
Up. Among tho more prominent ones
mentioned are Elmer Pctcr.son, C. W.
Earl. Joseph Anderson. Francis Child,
D. J. Thurman. Mre. Hachel Anderson.
Hyrum Ewma and Thomas Thurman. At
prcccnt Joseph Anderson and Elmer
Peterson are showing the most activity
and both aocm sanguine of ultimate suc
cess. Peterson is a new recruit to thc Demo
cratic faith, but is relying on tho influ
ence of his fathcr-In-law. Senator Abel
John Evans. Ho If circulating a peti
tion among the local citizens for signa
tures. AndcrFon Is the chulrman of thc local
Democratic committee and has done some
hard work for tho party during thc last,
four years. Peterson and Anderson, it Is'
said, agreed to leave tho matter with the
local executive campaign committee. An
derson claims to have received thc in
dorsement of fourteen out of tho six
teen members and his friends are now
busy getting tho signatures of the gen
Thurman Is an attorney and a brother
of the Democmtio state chairman, S. It.
Thurman. and it lit thought that should
he decide to ot Into the fight in earnest
he would stand a good chance of success.
HAWLEY TO RESIGN
TO BECK SENATOR
Special to Thc Tribune
BOISE, Idaho, Xov. 15. Governor
James H. Hawley will resign as gov
ernor of tho state of Idaho, Lieutenant
Governor Lovris II. Swectscr will be
come governor and will forthwith itp
point Hawley senator from Idaho to
succeed thc lato Weldon B. Hcyburn,
if the negotiations that aro now under
way go through without a hitch, and
thoy probably will. Lieutenant Gov
ernor Swectscr is figuring promincut
y in the conferences. He counseled
with Governor Hawloy this morning
and this afternoon thc important con
ference of tho negatiations oak place
at tho governor's apartments in thc
ucw state capitol buildiug. It was an
nounced hero tonight tho resignation
and appointment would bo made in all
probability tomorrow night,
"I have been called to Boise in con
nection with tho senatorial situation
and held conferences relative to it with
Governor Hawley this morning and
this afternoon,' ' said Mr. Swectsor.
"Tho situation lias been carefully gone
oyer and reviewed from all angles.
Should Governor Hawley resign as gov
ernor and by virtue of that act T 'bo
c,orac governor T will most cortainly ap
point Governor Hawley United States
senator to succeed the late Weldon B.
Hcj'burn. 1 believe that it would bo
for the bcs; interests of the state of
Idaho for Governor Hawley to fill the
vacancy. A Democrat will be appoint
ed and in my opinion the governor is
the Democrat who should bo named."
FOR TOM IDSRO
Special to The Tribune.
BOISE, Ida., Kov. Jo. Congressman
Burton L. French was interviewed here
today and announced that he would be
a receptive candidate for thc , short
term scuatorial vacancy lo succeed the
late Senator Weldon B. llcyburn. He
declared thatt while ho would not light
ly throw aside tho commission just
given him by tho pcoplcr through his
ro-election as congressman, still he is
not inseusiblo of the demand made
upon him by many of his friends in all
parts of thc stato that ho should ac
cept the election as successor to thc
"T could not bo unapprcciative of
the honor of an election by tho legis
lature to this position." stated Con
gressmau French, ''but at the same
time I am not unmiudful of tho honor
done mo by tho people of thc state in
my re-election as representative in con
gross, t cannot lightly throw aside
this commission just given me almost
beforo the commission itself can bo is
sued and T am not prepared to do so
but, on the other hand, I cannot fail
to appreciato the request made to me
bv many friends throughout tho state
that iny name be considered in con
nection with tho bcnatorship. On this
latter question T prefer to make no
statomcnt that would be final at this
SPOKANE, Waah., Nov. 15. Jubilant
over tho announcement that 472 new
ranges wero organized in the last year
and that tho unxpected assets now reach
approximately $100,000, tho national
crange, now 'holding Its forty-sixth animal
conclave here, has decided to doublt Its
efforta next year toward organizing
granges In states not now represented.
Ts your husbnnd cross7 An irritable,
fault finding disposition is often due
to a disordered Htomach. A mau with
cood digestion is noarly always good
natured. A great mauy have been per
nianentlv cured of stomach trouble by
takin Chamberlain's Tablets. For sale
by all dcalors. (Advertisement.)
MATH IS MENTIONED !
W D. Mathli), a well known druggist.
Is an applicant for postmaalor of Suit
Lake City. Many prominent business
I mon of Salt Lake have, signed a petition
! asking that Mr. Mathla bo named for
I nMathonihnh Thomas, recently Demo-
' era lie candidate for congress and more
r-roitly mentioned as a possible candi
date for United States dlstr ct attorney
1 for Utah authorizes thc wtatemcnl thai
he is not' a candidate for any fed era ap-oointmonl-
Mo nl(l thl,t 110 appreciated
(he kindness of friends In Higgcstlng his
name for tho phu-o, but he would not
be in a position to accept tho appoint
jnicnt wore It tendered him
MAJOR PORTIOI OF
Special to Thc Tribune.
PROVO. Nov. 15. Following arc the
Justices and constables elected In Utah
county to serve during 1.113 and '1014:
Alpine F. D. -Strong, Justice! Martin
Hanson, constablo (R)
American Fork- William Hunter,' jua
tlco of tho peace; Samuel Dcanc, con
Benjamin Charles E. Hawkins, Alma
Hone (R). '
Clinton John Obcrhaiialcy and James
Col ton J. If. Lcautcaud and Lyman
Elbcrta F. W. Studcbakcr and S. A.
Fairfield D. h. Thomas and Lehman
Goshen William Finch and Samuel
Highland Charlc3 T. Greenland and
David H. Adamson (R).
Lchi Gcorgo Beck and Joseph Cool
Lake View W. J. Taylor and Parley
Lake Shore Joseph Francla and C. II.
Provo E. L. Jones and Wren Wil
Payson Thomas IT. Wilson and J. TI.
Pleasant Grovo Mons Monson and
Lewis Dltmorc (D).
Provo Bench Jorgcn Hansen (D), and
Andrew NIelson (R).
Pleasant Vlow Joseph B. Walton (D),
and Scott Allrcd (R).
SprlngvIIlc S. D. Johnson and Mcll
Salem S. F. Curtis and John Bed
Santaquln Edward Bennett and J. W.
Spring Lake Woodscn Perry and Clar
ence Mooro (D).
Spanish Fork Nell Dahle and Joseph
Thistle John Thorgcsen and John W.
Tucker A. S. Voorhces and W. IT.
Vineyard William Blake and Melvln
Map'.cton C. M. Bird and W. I. Hol
Special to Thc Tribune.
AMERICAN FORK, Nov. 15. Two
men were seriously Injured and another
badly bruised this afternoon when a
scaffold In the gymnasium of thc new
high school building here collapstd and
threw the men working on it lo tho Moor
below. The men wero working on the
celling of thc new gym when tho havy
planks holding them gave way, pre
cipitating them to tho floor, with the
scaffold on top of thorn.
Henry Erlckson of Lchi suffered se
vcro bruises about the head and a com
pound fracture -of the ankle. He was
taken to Lchi in an automobile. Doc
tors fear that it will 'bo necessary to
amputate his foot.
Albert Ludlow of Spanish Fork re
ceived what may prove fatal Injuries.
One of thc heavy timbers struck hlm
on his spine, paralyzing tho lower part
of his body. He was taken to his home
In Spanish Fork tonight in a serious
John Buckley escaped more fortunately
than thc other two. He suffered a num
ber of painful, though not serious,
bruises. ITe was able to return to work
a short time after tho accident. Ho is
a resident of Provo.
ONE YOUNG PAINTER
OF TOWN RESTRAINED
"We'd appreciate It very much, uer
gcant, f you would lot us go ahead," said
a polite youth wearing a TJ, of L badge
who was caught painting advertisements
of today's football game upon the pave
ment of the business district and taken
lb police headquarters by Patrolman
Kcddington this morning shortly after 1
"Well, I guesB you cannot have my
consent to go ahead and smear thc town
with that stuff," said Desk Sergeant
William Keyting. referring to the can of
rod paint In tho young man's hand.
"What I'm debating in my own mind is
whether or not to lock you up." The
youth sobered, but did not flinch or lose
any of his politeness under tho lovel gaze
of the officer. At last he was permitted
to go. without hlu pahrt'.
That there were other landscape ar
tists abroad, however, was made evident
by the appcaranco of numerous slogans
on the pavements.
CITY OF SALT LAKE
WILL BE' REPRESENTED
The Commercial club board of gov
ernors will send a coinmille to San
Diego lo mako arrangements for hav
ing Utah represented at the Pan-American
exposition In that city In 1T15. Thc
board met yesterday afternoon and ap
pointed the following for this purpose:
E. D. Woodruff, Frank B. Stephens.
Edgar S Hills. F. S. Murphy. O. C. Bee
hc. W. V. Rice and. Secretary Joseph E.
The board also acted favorably on tho
application of B, IJ. Nymcycr for resi
NOT SALTS AND
I f Constipated, Bilious,
Headachy, Stomach Sour,
Get a 10-Ccnt Box of
t You men and. women who can't get
reeling right who havo hoadache.
coated tongue, foul taste and foul
breath, dizziness, can't sleep, aro bil
ious, ncrvou3 and upset, bothored with
a sick, gassy, ditordered stomach, or
havo backache and feel worn out.
Are you keeping your bowels clean
with Cascareta, or merely forcing a
passageway every few davs with salts,
cathartic pills or castor "oil? This is
Cascarets work while you aleep;
cleanse and regulate thc stomach, rc
move thc sour, undigested and fer
menting food and foupgascs; take the
excess bile from the liver and carry
out of thc system all the -f.onstipatca
waste matter 'and poieon in the intes
tines and bowels!
A Cascaret touigbfc will straighten
you out by morning a. 10-cent "boi
from any drug store wil keep your
stomach sweet, liver and bowels regu
lar and! head clear for months. Don't
forget the children. They love Casca
rets because thoy taste good do good
never gripe or sicken.
ONE DAY OF GRACE
After today taxpayers not yet paid up
will be classified as delinquent and will
be assessed the extra cost of printing the
Yesterday was the last day, strictly
speaking, on which thc taxes could be
received in regular order, but County
Treasurer Fred Bassett will not refuse
any offerings today.
All yesterday scores of belated persons
haunted tho corridors in front of the
treasurer's office, patiently waiting their
turns to pay.
DEMOCRATS TO HOLD
Democrats from all parts of the state
will attend a big Jollification lo be held
at Logan next Tuesday. Several promi
nent Democratic orators will address the
gathering. Thc Democrats of Cache
county have more occasion for jollity than
those of other parts of tho state. They
will not only celebrate the national suc
cess of the Democratic party, but also
the success of tho Democratic ticket in
Cache county, where the Democrats car
ried the county for tho state and national
tickets and elected every county officer
FORM A LAW FIRM
A. M. Cheney, John Jensen and Frank
E. Holman havo formed a law partner
ship, under the firm name of Cheney,
Jensen & Holman. Mr. Cheney and Mr.
Jensen havo bcon engaged in the practice
of tho law ln this city for several years,
under the firm name of Cheney & Jen
sen. Mr. Holman has been associated
for somo time with Judgo C. S. Variah
of this city in the practice of the law.
MRS. BRODBECK TO SING
AT Y. M. C. A. SOCIAL
Madame Sophlo Brodbeck will sing two
selections at the V. M. C. A. social this
evening. Other numbers on the pro
gramme arc: P. W. Brown, piano solo;
C. B. Kent, vocal solo; G. Frederick Jar
rad, piano solo: MIso Alice Pruhs, piano
solo: Perry Liddlo, piano solo.
Tho students' council will have chargo
of the programme.
Funeral services for William Maddlson,
69 years of age, who died at a local
hospital Thursday of cancer, will be held
at the funeral chapel of S. M. Taylor &
Co. tomorrow at " p. m. Interment will
bo in tho City cemetery. All members
of tho Thistle club are requested to be
New School at Draper.
To tako part in the dedicatory exor
cises for the opening of tho schoolhouso
Just completed there, Governor Spry, A.
C. Nelson, state superintendent of pub
lic instruction, and Dr. T. B. Beatty went
to Draper yesterday afternoon. The now
schoolhouso is a model structure.
Surety Company Entors.
The Illinois Surety company of Chicago,
of which former Senator Albert .1. Hop
kins Is president, has becn given permis
sion to do Insurance business ln Utah
by State Insuranco Commissioner Willard
BUSINESS MEN TO AID
-IN HARVEST OF BEETS
Special to Tho Tribune.
BILLINGS, Mont., Nov. 15. Business
men of this city are planning to help tlc
sugar bcetgrowers in this section to har
vest tho beet crop before freezing weath
er. It is estimated that ahout 50 per cent
of thc beets is still ln tho ground and
it ts hoped to save several thousand tons,
A committee ha charge of arrangements
and it Is planned to set aside one or two
days 4iext week when citizens of Billings
will turn out and help in the harvest
without chargo to tho farmers.
Ettor Trial Adjourned.
SAIEM, Masa., Nov. 15. Owing to thc
continued illness of W. Scott Peters,
counsel for Arturo Giovannitti. the trial
of Ettor, Giovannitti and Caruto for the
Anna Loplz'zo murder, was again de
layed today and postponement taken un
HeadL Aches? Go To Your Doctor L
Headaches. Headaches- ' Headaches. Headaches.
Biliousness. Biliousness- Biliousness. Biliousness.
Constipation.' Constip&tioru Constipation. Constipation.
Avar's Pills. Ayer's Pills. AVer's Pills, . Ayer's Pills.
If your doctor says this is all right, remember it ! &S;frfc
Ouc of these soeu kinds will suit
(not boot") you.
Aberdeen Black Hawk
Castle Gate Clear Creek
Your Vnclo Sam Buys one of them.
I 08 Main St., GG5 So. 1th Weal.
'HEST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.' 1 I
MRS.WiKsr.oWs Soothing SVRCP linn beca 1
used for over SIXTY YEARS bv MILLIONS of 1
MOTIIKRS for tuclr CHILDREN WHILE I
TBKTIIING. with PERKKCT SOCCESo. It I
SOOTHES llic CHILD. SOFTENS the GbMS. g
ALLAYS atl PAIN ; CUKES WIND COLIC, and .
is the best remedy for DIARRHCEA. It is at
solutelv harmless. Be sure and ask for 'Mrs.
Winslo'w'a Soothing Syrup." and Ukc no olh
kind. Twcnty.fivccentsa bottle.
T( RSaS CM.chfe.tcr'a DUmoniV Ure aiJnA.
UjrSC& 1'IIU la KJ nrl Uold aeUlijf$J7
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