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J THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING; NOVEMBER 17, 1912. .... n M
Ejay Services in
Salt Lake Churches
WELCOME TO ALL SERVfOEsl3XTENDBDT!LL
i couth Seventh East si root
p Tliorcll. pastor. Sunday
rice and Sunday school at
''Vrnchlne at 7:30 p. in.
rice Wednesday evening.
Y V7. 0. A,
vrTur services this afler
rlocl:. Contincntul Hank
Ktlonol. Miss Robinson.
McKinslrv. Vocalist, Miss
Violinist, Morris Andrews.
yTw. 0. A.
Robert M. Stevenson will
t j o'clock tills afternoon,
orchestra will furnish music.
Ccr atC:30p m Tuesday
710 S p. m. All men cor
t0 these services.
; CIIURCn, 13S Second
Frederick M. Ilennetl. min
, at 11 a, m. Sermon, "The
t JudgmenL" Mrs. Joseph
o will lie the soloist. Sun-12-15
o'clock. All cordially
I0NAL BIULE STUDENTS
;Aylll meot In Labor tcm
ok this afternoon. TV. II.
fAnse-lc will deliver the
lenomlnatlonal. No collee
welcome. ristian Scionco.
day sermon, "Mortals and
IRCH OF CHRIST, SC1EN
t Third South street Sun
l o'clock a. m and S o'clock
v ecIiooI 9.45 a. in. The
'enlng; services are held at
TORCH OF CHRIST SCI
isolldated Music hall, In
ith street. Sunday services
&ai to Her Fat Sister
fLtttor: On the Fat Woman's
F. Just out of tho bath in -iHloivlaEr
and hungrily awaiting
Hr gong with the appellto and
ttit- stevedore. And such a bath
rf-you remember that before I
! that 90 pounds excess weight
ed to do a tubful-ol'-me-and-a-K-Titer
and that I had to put
tough several "rinsings" to get
ii ticess soap.
r. da. what a daily misery
miy uathlntr used to bo when I
L Bat now that I have gotten
rtiit excess "displacement"
1ST nanio from "Ava Du Poise"
E'trical Betty," I cannot only
nil bath In real water, but can
if otto back.
H tt&r, don't forget to follow
L-dua formula 1 jjiivo you you
Ileitis, i oz. Marmola powder, I
vt Aromatic and 3J ozs. Pepper
Wir, a ttaspoonful after meals
pa to sllmness, but don't let
Itco forln the lead and remem
t It will Improve your digestion,
tsh and complexion and you can
ki too like, be ns lazy as you
Jtf keep on gettlnc: thin. Give
jipenlsteiit trial and in the end
I inn as did your
' Slim Ma do BETTY.
Ire Stores P
Phe new jj j
'wPl has been in since No
jy y-ncl reports J'iuc busi
Ymln the start.
S? TYPEWRITER EX
:E 00- studied a long
wc making up their
Ml ,nvc from their pros
Mf floor location lo the
B001' Mercantile Arcades.
Pally concluded tlioy
Hft Jiiore business in a
JM? 'Hip third floor of the
Hank Building the
l Business" tliaji on llio
Joor Mimcwliero else nt
Ulc -eiiL Thoy will be
w biiilrlis Soon.
S 1 .PUTNAM, MERCHANT
fi H" it has increased its
?b?5.Y8,' 0LTHES SHOP
!Sf&E0 KE- JEWELERS
1 nas been rushed over situ
ttin move soon, '
fS!l9la5 for ricBirablc con-1
0Q made at office of
rhono Wasatch 5888.
win'l " m' Su"ay school Dj-in a. m
n'St,11; '"""B aei-vluc 8 o'clock
All are welcome lo theso church svlcJs"
JlunUCv,'F roo,l,,S 1,1 11,0 Walker banlc
Duiidin?. Main and Second South str..' is
oba,.nedhrlal,nri Sdc,,cc m'''lll" ft
Fnii s, AnlnVCn J VUrl, Soul1' a"' Third
ivast streets Charles H. xeo. nastor
residence. 207 East Fourth Sou h street'
Sunday sorvlces, 11. a. m ami 1 n ,
Iiglon. Mgiu, "listhor." (The Velor
I'.Si nni 1 a1S80VIalio will meet with
PnLnvv!.1' f Hch001' 10 a- m-: Christian
SCayniEht.P- prayor "1Cellnff Wed-
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CIILTRCI1
Coiner of I-ourth East and First South
streets: Isomer 1. Goshen, j)astor. Morning-
serv-ice at 11 o'clock.
rm-nmr c MTODIST EPISCOPAL
L.U1)RCII, Second East and Second South
streets, Francis Burgottc Short, pastor.
Preaching, 10:4H a. m. Sundav school.
12:4a p. m.. Earl Klbhy. superintendent.
Kvenincr service, 7:o0 p. m. FoIIowIiik
the gospel hymn service, the pastor
wl 1 aellvor an illustrated lecture on
I niestlne. Ho has secured filtv good
photographic views from a friend, who
took them rlgli.t on Ihe spot.
nf&9P METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CIIDRCH. corner of Galena and South
fourth East streets. Martin Thomas,
pastor. Sunday school, 10 a. m.; F. A.
Iveyworth, superintendent. Epworth
league, CMS p. m. Preaching service,
i :o0 o clock. Prayer meeting Wednes
day evening at 7.30 o'clock. All ure
AZrl METHODIST EPISCOPAL
CHURCH, near the corner of Eighth
est and Third South streets. Martin
Thomas, pastor. Sunday school. 10 a. m.:
Daniel Colvlough, superintondent. Preach
ing services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
A. F Kcyworth will have charge of the
evening scnvlce. Prayor meeting Thurs
day evening at 7.-:i0. A cordial Invita
tion Is extended lo all.
LIBERTY PARK METHODIST EPIS
COPAL CHHltCH. corner Eighth East
and Ninth- South streets (reached by
either the Ashton Avenue or Sugar House
car lines). The Rev. D. E. Carter, pas
tor, residence, S3S Chase court. Sunday
school at 10 a. in.. H. C. Scott superin
tendent. Preaching at 11 a. m.. subject,
"Crises In the Christian Life." Class
meeting, 12 noon, led by the Rev. D. B.
Scott. Epworth league at (5:30 p. m..
followed by preaching ngaln at 7 30 p.
ni., .subject, "Studies In the Bool: of
Genesis Noah's Fall.", Midweek praver
meeting "Wedncsdav at 7:30 p. m. The
cluirch extends a cordial invitation to
all these services.
ILIFF METHODIST CHURCH Ninth
East and First South streets. Ransom
P. Nichols, pastor. 9:10 a m.. Sunday
school; C. L. Jaoobson, superintendent;
II a, m., preaching by Mr. Nichols; 7:15,
evening worship with sermon by the
ST MARK'S CATHEDRAL. First
South street between Second and Third
East streets. The Rt. Rev. F. S. -Spalding,
bishop; the Very Rev. S, P.. Colla.
day, dean; tho Rev. D. K. Johnston,
canon. Holy communion, 7:30 a. m. Sun
day school, 9Mi5 a. m. Morning prayer
and sermon, 11 o'clock. Adult Bible
class, 12.15 p. m. Evening prayer and
address, S o'clock.
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, Main and
Fourth 'South streets Holy communion,
8 u. m. ; morning prayer and sermon by
the rector, tho Rev. Ward Winter Recso,
at 11 o'clock. Evening prayer and address-
at 8 o'clock.. Sunday school at 0:45
a. m. All setita are free and everybody
welcome. Special music under direction
of Hugh Dougall
ST. JOHN'S CHAPEL, Ninth East and
Logan avenue Sunday school, 10 a. m.;
morning prayer, 11 o'clock.
ST. PETiDR'S CHAPEL, 057 North Sec
ond West Sunday school, 9M5 a. ra.; ev
ening prayer, 7;3u o'clock. (
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
comer of South Temple and C streets.
Preaching; bv Dr. R. M. Stevenson.
Morning service at 11 o'clock. Subject,
"Let Him Become a Fool." Evening
sendee at 7:15 o'clock Subject. "Jesus
Took Him by the Hand." Sunday school
at 12 30 p. m. Younc People's meeting
Sunday night at 7 o'clock. Midweek
services on Wednesday evening at S p. m.
Everybody cordially invited to all these
W BSTMI NSTER PRESBYTERIAN
Cni'RCM. Fifth South and First West
streets. Robert Asa Smith, pastor.
The communion of tho Lord's Supper will
Iia iwilahrfi I nrl In thrt Tl I Oril I 1 IT n 1 Jl n'olOpk.
ill which llmo tho pastor will preach on
"Christ's Vision of the Church." There
will be a reception of new members, and
a baptism of children before tho sermon,
livening service at 7:30 o'clock, ul which
time the pastor will preach on the sub
ject, "The Weapons or tho Church.'' Sun
dav school at li:15 noon. Y. P. S. C. E.
at 0:30 p, m. Midweek servlco Wednes
day evening at S o'clock.
T II E T IT I R D PRESBYTERIAN
CHURCH, corner Eleventh South and
Eleventh East. Frank O. Leonard, pas
tor. Morning servlco of worship and
preaching: at II o'clock; subject. "Homo
Mission Vision." Sunday school. 12:lo.
Y. P S. C. E. at CMS. Evening song and
preaching scrvloo at 7:.'!0; subject. "The
Proportions of lleavon." A hearty wel
come to all.
JMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH.
Fourth East and Second South street:!
Loul3 S. Bowcrman. D. D.. minister.
Hours of worship. 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Moriilng subject, "Mary and Murthsi
Evening (second in series, "Reasonable
Answers to Reasonable Questions).
WliaL Is Saving .Ftilth?" Baptism at
the ovenlng service. Good gospel music.
Blbln school at 12:20 p. in., T. Ben Drown,
superintendent. Young people's meet ng
iiL 0:30 p. m. Training dims Wednesday
m-onlng at 7:30 o'cluHt. Prayer mid ochil
service at S:lo. You are cordially In
vited to ail of thrse. services.
RIO GRANDE RAPTTST rilHlU'll.
Second South near Ninth West B. 1;
Rronson. minister. MIsh Frieda A. DreH.-ol.
missionary. Manuel Porter. Blblo school
superintendent. Bible school at 10 a. in.
with cIhkhos for all ages. Morning woi
ehlti at 1 1 : 1 r n. in., with sermon. thi
Ingredients of C.rnc." H. Y. P. P. Junior
til a P- m. and Senior at 0:30. Hvonlng
Horvlco at 7:30. Sermon on "Tin- liltr
Ant and tho Waek Heart." followed by
baptismal service. Special music at both
.'lorvlccs and good roiigroRutioiial sing
ing. The Book of E.vodus wlh be con
tddoivd In midweek" si'i-vlce V. ednesdny
evonlng. 'readier training class after
ward. Come, for you are welcome. Jor
dan brldgu car.
LINCOLN STREET BAPTIST CHAP
EL, corner Lincoln Hlrm-.t and Ninth
South Rev. W. B. Stewart, pastor, bun
day services: .Sunday .school, 10:30 a. m.;
Young people's service. GMfi p. m.; preach
ing service 7:30 p. m. Prayer meellng.
Thursday. 7:30 p. m.
BURLINGTON BAPTIST MISSION,
corner of Imllana and Navajo streets
Jarr-d V. Cody, iiilniator; Miss Ada L.
Shepherd, missionary. Sunday school at
10-30 a m., W. Id. Sanderson, Huperln-tend'-nt:
Young people's mcHing at 0:30
p. m. Preaching service at i:.0 P. m.
prayer mooting Thursday night at b
SWEDISH LUTHERAN CHURCH
Corner of Second South and Fourth East
strata: Erik Floreen. . pastor. Sundn
school 10-30 a. m. Servicey S p. m. Mect
lnrr nf the , Ladles' Aid Thursday .afternoon
afthe hoino of Mrs, C. 13. Wall, 500 South
Eighth East street,
GERMAN LUTHERAN. ST. JOHNS
jciIURWT. S'Vcnlh South and ( blato
,J 1 WINTER RESORTSB
"THE CENTER OF ALL WINTER
ATTRACTIONS AND SOCIAL
CLOSE TO THE BEAUTIFUL SURF
LONG BEACH, CAL.
The most superbly situated hostelry
In all America. Affords'luxurlous ac
commodations for 400 guests and S
noted the world over for Its excel
lence in cuisine and thoroughness of
HOTEL VIRGINIA Is oasllv accessi
ble to the FAMOUS VIRGINIA
COUNTRY CLUB, maintaining the
most picturesque golf links In the
west. "Winter bathing, yachting, ten
nis, horse lmd riding, scenic roads
for motoring and every outdoor sport
and recreation. Write for descrip
tive folder and rates to Carl Stanlev,
ONE BLOCK NORTH OF HOTEL
The Geneva '
419 West Broadway, Long Beach, Cal.
Two and throe-room apartments,
elegantly furnished, private baths,
steam heat and every modem con
venience. Wide verandas, sun par
lors, llowers. Even' apartment a
"Little Home." Equablo winter cli
mate. Moderate rates. Wrlto for
rates and reservations.
streets William J". Laiikow, pastor. Sun
day school at f)-20 a. m. Services at 10.30
a. in. Concordia meets next Tuesday at
7.--15 p. m.
DANISH LUTHERAN CHURCH, cor
ner of First avenuo and E strcot John
Lund, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Services at 11 a. in. and 8 p. m.
The state board of health will rec
ommend a measure to tho forthcoming
legislature providing for the establish
ment and maintenance of a state tu
berculosis sanatorium. It "will endeavor
to arouse gone1"1! pulblic interest in tho
project, as such a sanatorium is ro
rrafded by the board a necessity for
the safety of tho general public and
for the proper earo of thoso afflicted
"A memorial was presented lo tho
legislature of Tflll ashing that a com
mission bo appointed to investigate and
report on tho proposition." said Dr.
f. B. Beatty. sccrctarv of the board
of health, yeblcrday. ''But sufficient
public interest has not, yet been
Largest Resort Hotel In the West.
WILL OPEN NOVEMBER 23RD for
season of five months. New European
Plan Dining Room. Lawn Golf
Course and Tennis Courts havo been
added to the many entertaining fea
tures of the grounds. Hotel Green Is
noted for Its cuslne and high social
patronage. For colored booklet and
rates wrlto DAVID B. PLUMER, Mgr
r- MOST SCENIC RIDE
pP3trfr IN YOUR AUTOMO.
Ifiiflfil BILE IN SOUTHERN
LOS ANGELES TO
SANTA MONICA, BY THE SEA.
Noted for Its excellent table and
unexcelled sen-Ice. Overlooks tho
ocean and tho Silver Pallisades. Write
for folder to G. II. Sapper, manager.
OWN A WINTER HOME AT
On main lino Santa Fo railway bo
fwecn Los Angeles and Saa Diego,
the mccca of the California tourist.
Home of tho BEAUTIFUL STRAT
FORD INN, overlooking the ocean.
Finest roads for motoring in tho
southland. Every outdoor sport and
amusement. Write for colored folder
and full data pertaining- to our beau
tiful home sites. South Coast Land
Co., Kerckhoff Bldg., Los Angeles.
Merchants, professional men, clerks,
accountauts, chauffeurs, stenographers,
department managers, business special
ists can obtain now opportunities,
greater efficiency by the daily study of
THE "WANT ADS.
aroused in tho matter. Peoplo of tho
slate do not realize that thoro is an'
danger here. At tho present time there
is not, but tvg ivaut to keep that con
dition up. A numbr of. states havo pro
vided for tho erection of a tuberculo
sis sanatorium, and Utah, boing a
mountain state "whore those afflicted
with tuiborculosis aro less likely to
seek reliof, needs such an institution. "
DETERMINED TO GIVE
SCHRANK FAIR TRIAL
MILWAUKEE. Nov. 1C Cognizanco
of insinuations that officials of Milwau
kee county -worchuiTying John Schrauk,
confessed assailant of Thcodoro Kootrc
velt, through tho form of a hearing
without giving hint a fair trial, was ta
ken todaj' by Municipal Judge Backus.
He directed that the five alienists "who
arc examining into Sohrauk's mental
condition continue their observations
until such time next week as thoy arc
convinced thero is no possibility for an
error in the judgment they shall form
as to his mental responsibility.
"All Is Well That Ends WelF
t Along with dyspepsia comes norvousness, sleeplessness and gon- A
oral ill health, Why 7 Because a disordered stomach does not permit -
the food to be assimilated and carried to the blood. On the other hand, H
the blood is charged with poisons which come from this disordered
digestion. In turn, tho nerves are not fed on good, red blood and we
seo those symptoms of nervous breakdown. It in not head work that
does It, but poor stomach work. With poor thin blood tho body is not
protected against tho attack of germs of grip bronchitis consump-
tion. Fortify tho body now with
Golden Medical Discovery I
1 an alterative oxtrnct from nntlvo medicinal plants, prescribed in both liquid H.
' and tiblet form by Dr. K. V. Pierce, over -10 yearn ago. J
i Moro than 40 yenrn of experience has proven Its nnperlor worth m an In- H
i vlirorating etomach tonic and blood purifier. It invigorate! and regulate
A thn Btotntich. Ilvor and bowclo. andthroiiKh them tho whole synlcin. It can
I now nlfo be had in BUtjar-coatcd fciblot form of moat dealers In medicine.
P If not, fiend 50 cento in one-cent stamps for trial box to Dr. Pierco'e Invalids' H
u! Hotel and Surnical Institute, Buffalo, N.Y. , I
TPitg Common Sense Medical Adviser 1 ,
re A BOOK OF 1008 PAOES HANDSOMELY BOUND IN CLOTH TREATS I
PHYSIOLOGY, HYGIENE, ANATOMY, MEDICINE AND IS A COMPLETE I
HOME PHYSICIAN. Send 31 one-cent stamps to R. V. Pierce, Bulfalo. N. Y.
I MOST CErttROUS cFV&l Til 8 CT3EPJigll MI'UL & 9 MAIN ST) I
CREDIT SEimCEjiW I"1" 1 " mrMk VIM " WMjm NOglH f JZ.CM.il
Ten Facts About the S - I
Universal Range 1 I
9 1. It is mado of better materlala fffri , ran uUwflV 2 '1
than others. MAD JS&S ' H
j 2. Its workmanship In better than y" oLD pi W I
j S. It la moro economical of fuel Iffifrrgf ' TTSm C fill 4 l H I !H
J than others. j'.f fciuUi lWM r Vgffi'&W B I I
I 4. It haa absolutely perfect draft,, mmt WMfflltl ill 1
5. Tlio top. Is polished and needs ?itJJ l! 1 1
I C. It will heat moro water in lcgsfeg IT I
7. It bakca better and more even- p
I S. It lias more special features 1 f ' "
I 3. It elves more years of service ' w 111 FLANGE tflx
I than ethers. ff' AftHAMTKET VrA. I
1 10. It will last a generation or STANDARDFURN. CO. Mrj e$ H
For this reason it Is gradually, but surely, snporsedlns every other lilKh Tl.Q Hniuofool iSftt 5U"o tioolnrl ! '1
Is or low-crrade range and is now generally recognized ns the best ran go made. B llt UlliVclodl Belli LSldol IlcdlCI I .
1 In no public competition has it ever been beaten. It is, in fact, in a class FOR COAL ONLY 1
of its own and unrivaled. As tj,e n!nno indicates, this heater Is a 1 H
I TO SITM UP, IT IS THE BEST IN THE TVOItI,D TODAY. cnx?,2,l,5?, ) H
and smoke out of coal and turns coal Into I
Credit Extended $5.00 Down $1.00 a Week. te?ns"aw I
! y t j 0t)lcr heaters generate from one kind
I of fuel. No matter what kind of coal ffl
- yott burn In this stove, yon will got good
-.mr. nn ,r . results v.'hether you uso tho commonest ff
Regular $55.00 Value mmmmmmmmzm $5 .00 r'SSftTS t
W heater in less tlm" a Scason"g 1
Conslstlnn of n $30,00 Continuous Post Brass Bed, $15 Mattress and an feiS, jjac
All-Steel Spring biggest value In Salt Lake. V MH I 'H
This Is a continuous post Brass Bed, as illustrated, with 2-lnch brass -J . fl , '
tubing, high quality, bright or satin finish, full or thrcc-nu.irters size; a I I
utrlclly sanltarj" nll-steol spring, woven wlro top, coll supports: and to malec tA(V fmk5S 11
this all tho more attractive, this week wo will lncludo oitr "American" Felt (pUSl, SliH ( fiE2& ' 1
Mattress, which will cost you S1G In the ordinary channels of trade, felted "xWfill j5Tt kl
j cotton, roll edge, fancy tick Positively tho 43ffi4f"fe O P xtlatH. J P il
I greatest Brass Bed proposition In Salt Lake. 3$ BfaCT) XJ&&sSSSZ X
Complete, special price , ; "Sill I
Terittss $5a00 Cash; T5 C VVeeJtCly This pretty fumed oak bungalow tablo. B (11
, . . .. . , - , . with ton IS inches In diameter, extend- U)
Your promise to pay has the purchasing power of cash here we want jn " to ( feet; massive base: built on I
your name on our books. These terms show you how little you aro expected plain Mission ' lines. Specially featured H
to pay and gives you almost a year to pay for this splendid outfit. We want this wook
j you to get acquainted with the excellent methoda of this firm. at. .... . . . . - jj
I FREE TO THE SICK. RHEUMATISM. EPILEPSY. & m'Sn. 7n I V
Drs. Slioro A Shorej offer it thorough. It 7ou (iro hobbllnR nbout with rliou- Wo mo especially tuc- inanauorailo under no fancy 1 i
medical cumlnallon ani oipert ndvlco mallo JoInUi, or auacrlns torHiro troni cessful Jn trcatlns: Kp- title. Wo do buslnces or C
free to all who pplr thlo weolj with ca- inflammatory rheumatism comn and lot Itcpsy nnrt Invito tho our own namo. aad you can J 1
tarrh or any chronic, norv-ouii or prlrato ua oxptaln our theory and treatment lor most difficult eaiM. always meet Drs. Shares faco fa '
dticaso of Trliatovor nature, to aliow tholr Uila palntul affliction. It Is poniowhat Our treatment li o to face. When wo tuko your I .
pood faith and nklll and to cmblo tho dlfforent from othor tratracnU, and blessing to thoso suf- cajso wo nuko an lionnt or- I 1
oleic to find out exactly what tholr dls- cures when others fall. It will pay you ferine with this tcr- fort to euro you. Established I ;
eaen la and if and how it can bo cured, to InTcsiljrato. rtulo llJao. twenty years.
CATARRH, DEAFNESS AND EAR J ECZEMA.1 txlt H 11
NOISES. TMi tffictlon 0ten baffltj tho skill of the. n lal U '1
Why not try Uio treatmont that curtnl We regUir doctors and trios tho patience of DOCtOI"S fM VM
Imvo pnblli'hed many tcattmonlals from well- . v . B. & H f
known and relMhlo people who havo been curod Pclallat9-lut our methods havo proven curknnc f P 'U
of Catarrh, Asthma, Ocafncov and Kar Koluaj. ouccosatul Id so many case.1 that, no mattor uriUlvllO a M. II' 'iil
If you ntlffcr from any Chronic Allmnnti, why who haa fallod to euro ymi, It la worth your 8 il
not coma end nta tho Doctors who curut Get tlmo lo conault ua. Wo ehon you charts (( 9 H$S I iiil
buny and Rot ttoII. and explain our methods of treatment free. av. li iiH
I ASTHMA. I " j KIDNEY AND LIVER. SHORES W) , 'M
No one but an Asthmatic can ap- HQIIlf?F Troublcj,' Sallow Complexion,
proclate tho terrible dl.treja of Patn In Back Burning or Smart- 249 y WV 1
' rtimire1 '"S when urtnatlnnr. Pufftness un- "SS? ii ' ikkl
this dlneaeo. Gasping, amolhor- wUWtO Jr tho Eyes. Hoed these warn- Mj,n 6t il I
tr.g, panting for breath aufforcat- - BBHii 'nRR. Bring a. namplo of urln OVER Tltn I I' bH
lnK feeling. .Utlng up la bod .11 BY MAIL and hare U tcaled froo. itc STORK. W H
night, aro but a fow of tho tor- mniTr WUMUN. . I J
rlblo tormonta of anAnlhmxltc fftJtl I I Lnm"r .L'lv.f 'Z ru L. ttJgZll aH
. woman evory caro In glvrn to City, yiAji.iJ&Uj2Z5i'Z bbH
sufferer. It jou aro an Asthmatlo Weak, tlred-out. nlckly woraon. 1 bIH
victim let not another day paai If you live out of eutforlng from tho Ills peculiar to 35l!l 1 bH
until you tr our wondorful treat- lavrn for free symp- tho sex. Drs. Bhorea' Treatment i .H
ment which" gives almost lmroo- torn IUL t prompt and wonderful In ro- TTOTTT? 1 9 to 5 Evenings, 7 to E, 1
dlato relief and lastlne boneflto. siiu. xiuuno Sundays, 10 to 12. I H
all chronic DISEASES PROMINENT SYMPTOMS OF CATARRH ' M
UmZu,lcJ:i THE HEAD AND THROAT. Don't risk n-BlccllnB these w.mte.u-.top H
ney and Uvor Dlioasea, Bladder This form of catarrh In most common re- ia ",,,oas, ''fioro It roache the lunpu ,
Troubles, Heart Disease, Iloctal Dlseasei, suiting from neglected cold quickly cured OF THE EARS.
Female Coinplalnta, Nervoui Debility, Skin with llttlo cost by Dm. Shoroe' famous treat- Catarrh rxlendu from Uio throat along th-
and Blnod Trouble, Asthma, Chronla Bron- ment. eusuchlsn tub& Into tho ears, canning par- f
ehlal and Lung Troubles. Aitbnit. Conoump- Jn your head stopped upt tlsl or romplcto deafnesw. '.H
tlon, Delation. Hheumatlnm, Hay Fever, Nou- Does your noio dlfchargo! Is your hearing falling? 'H
ralgla. Hysteria, Deafness, Bar Dlscasen, Is ycur nojo to to and tender? Do your cara dlttcliargoT ' bbbI
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York and all Scotch. English, Irish, Con
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perior Accommodation, Excellent Culalno,
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DERSON BROTHERS, donorai Acontn.
Tar Baby MInlntr Company, princi
pal place of business 32:.' Atlas block,
Salt Lak City, Utah. Notice Thero are
. delinquent upon thn folio whiff described
Iatack on account of assessment No. 2,
levied on the 2nd day of October, 1012,
the nevenil niuountu set oppoolto the
namos of thn respective nlmivholdor n
No. Name. Shares. Amt.
15 Child, W. H 2L350 5S.12
2.S7 Erlckson, Emll .... 500 1.25
234 Fltztrtbbun. Wm. .. 2.000 G.00
2'U Grocn. C. It. ,.2-1,152 60.33
292 Grejsn, Zlna W 40,500 101.25
2S8 Green. 31. Victor. .. 5.000 12.50
2J0 Groon. Dorathy E.. 6.000 12.50
239 Muasor. Jon. "Vr 2,000 5.00
240 Mussor. Jos, W 1,500 3.75
311 Mussor, Jos. "W..... 1,000 2.50
212 Mussor, Jos. W 500 1.25
115 Nollson. M. C 1.000 2.50
10 (Bal.) Porter. S. S.. C.900 17.25
244 Pullman, John 1,000 2.50
54 Stocum. R. H 1.000 2.50
Co Stocum. R. H 1,000 2.50
56 Stocum, R. H 1,000 2.50
133 Stocum, C. C 1,000 2tfi0
272 Sears, Isajio 200 .50
9 Trimmer. V. "V 2,400 8 00
11 Trimmer. AV. V. .. 100 .25
2fi0 Tollon, Domenck ... 900 2 25
And In accordance with law aiid an
order of tho board of dlrootora mado on IIbbI
the 2nd day of Octobor, 1912, ho many llH
shares of each parcel of stock iuj may b, HbbB
uecetsury will bo, .'old at the principal HbbI
office of tho company No. .'122 Atta bbB
block. Salt Lake City, utali, on tho 2nd bH
day of Dccembor, 1912, at 2 o'clock H
p. in. to pay tho delinquent assessment. SibbI
together with the cost of advertising und UbbI
expenso of nalo. IjbbH
F. F. HINTZE. flf.BH
ACCOUNTS SOLICITED. Ifll
National Bank of the Republic
A thoroughly modern saylngo depart- ! bbH
ment conducted In connection with this '
bank. Hafo deposit box'cE for rent. U. S. ' 'H
Frank Knox, president: James A. Mur- -(ibbH
ray, vloo president; W. F, Enrls, cashier; F'Bbbs
E. A. Culbertson, assistant cnshlor, ;
Cnnltul P'll In JCOO.OUO. Interest paid) mmmM