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' THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1912. i'H
m.With the Clubwomen !
Cnortant slop in olub work
that taken Friday, when
connection with the women
"2 tbo State Federation the
Wrtoen of tho city organ
iV (jj, winch is to bo known
jkBwoc Cross. Tho immediate pur
JKr iho organization is to securo
relief' f5r tho Greek sufferers
B'tbc present war, but tho ultt
ftpojo j'5' t al,-v themselves with
JjBLcaii club women, and lo keep
Xfcf club work. The preliminary
iM Itr-M t Iho V. W. C. A.
flfcj .1 meeting to perfect tho or
jKuiyjll i,o held there next Sun-
iXutten "onJ oC tl10 roulc women
Rtonificd a desire to form tho
SHglon, Meantime. tho seven
jEorer of the affair, Mrs. R. J,
Wfcyixi. K Ciimbam, Mrs. Alice
Mrs. Mary Shortis, Mrs. D,
Vu B11d Mrs. Domotrindes, to-
lEith fcw oi tll local club
n j0 among thoir country
Khdc the coming week to securo
tho immediate relief. Aa
iHfrtho Greek women do not speuk
fB,icir JauRhlcrs K alous
Sir the ost vital programme of
Literary club for the pros
that outlined for next Fri
KlnooD, when the subject of so
Stterment work as carried on lo
En bo presentod. This is Ibe line
M&Uone which tho club has boon
jKj' for vesrs, although, no one
Ffcij boon in existence in the
BL rears which does special work
welincs. Tho Ladies' Literary
fostered tho work of several
Rfejtitntions, giving financial aid
Sj" a3 a club, and. through its
Bul members, helping in the ac
Kjrt of the organization. The
IBJJthsse various institutions "will
jwored at Friday's meeting, Mrs.
Wwill idling about the "Free Kiu
flpt and Neighborhood House,"
J. Hayward giving a talk on
PlaygroiindE, J 7 and Miss Mary
sEs recounting the success of the
jK W. 0. A- The musio will be
,Kil by Mrs. 0. L. Chapman.
Xromeii of the TJ. of TL hold an
JhMtinp on 8aturday in tho kin
Eearoom. About 125 ladies wero
(TiThe musical part of the excol
Kpainme. under tho direction of
jtJWand, consisted of violin so-
a duet by Owen Bartlott and
Wasion, two vocal numbers by
BLkrr Haiph and one selection by
iEdhe quartette, Mrs. Torild Ar
itpve a very pleasing and in
Hfrl talk on her roceut visit to
M!r of Floronce. Her lecture was
Biftd by maps and pictures which
broueht back with her. Tho
Stafor tho day wero; Mrs. Byron
fcjfi,llrs. Georgo Coray, Mrs. R,
Vto, Mm. Harold Goff and Miss
BlAdics' Missionary society of
Congregational church will give
Mowing programme on Sunday
November 17 :
KirMlan's Call to Be a Herald of
p-L H Page.
KUen Have Responded to This Call
-Srlcctcd by quartette composed
Vs Korthen, Scobtc, Shields and
Elttltude Toward tho New China
kH E. Ecobee.
io!o Joseph Slmpkin.
mry Difficulties in Africa Mrs.
PIrs. Don MacDonald.
jiffflkr semi-monthly meeting of
JM lection of tho Ladies' Liter
lojfili be held "Wednesday aftor
we clubhouso at 2 o 'clock. Mra.
reabody, the chairman: Mrs. W.
Wp.Mrs. C. C. Daly, Mrs. J. W.
N Mrs. F. S. Murpbv aro tho
Wjlte in charge, and tho following
fcme has been arranged:
it,2a I1: J- Cuitis, Mrs.
erlanjl. Mr, Ash worth.
"wori, "UugueiiotB" . .Mcyci-bcer
S llrs. Snyder.
Plumrnor and Mr. linslsrn.
Tas Rhlncsold" Wagner
1 hranch of the Needlework
organization which has done
I work in patt years, hold
election of officers during
and placed its work on u
i tor the coming year. The
wal is Mrs. L. L. Swift, an
Jc worker for tho guild. Mrs,
mo vrp.s ro-clccted vico pros
Charles W. Watson was
inado treasurer and Mrs. ,1. F iMar
shall fL'c.rotary. Th0 work of distrib
uting clothing will continue fur Iho
Present, lh urticlcs having been ca1.it.
Jogucd nnrl apportioned at lb0 honlb
of Mrs. W. C. Lynu on iMonduy and
Tho regular November incut ing uf
tho Spirit of Liberty chaptor, Uaiigh
ti'io rl iho Aiuuricau Rovolntion, was
held Thursday afternoon at lite homo
of Mrs. (.Irani, Hampton, wilh Mrs.
Koseoe jM. Jireedon an chainnun of Iho
attenioou "a progrimmic. The main
topic of tho afternoon was " Industrial
lidunttion," and it. was prison ted in'
an intorostiug talk .1,.y ,J. Leo Fair
banks, instructor of art in the eitv
eehools. Th( inimical uumbors wore'
tendered by Mrs. .luul; Tavlor aiid fol
lowing the programme toa" was served
by tho hostess assiutod by Mrs.
Tho Ut alrW'oman's Press club held
an interesting meet ting nl the bish
ops' building on Wednesday evening
Andrew Jenson lectured on the subject
of '-Tho Holy Land" with stcreo'pti
con views. Mr. Jenson is a speaker of
experience and was thoroughly appre
ciated by his audience. "Tlio Holy
Temple," words by Mrs. Mary T. Kelly
and music by Prof. J. J. Dayucs, was
beautifully rendered by Mrs. Delia
Dnynes Iiillcs. The composers accom
panied. Tho histori' section of the Ladies'
Literary clu.b will meet on Thursday
next at the usual hour and in tho con
tinuation of the 6tudy of American his
tory will take up the "Sottlcmcnt of
the Thirteen Colonies." Mrs. San ford
and Mts. Bcttles will present the two
topics, "Purpose of Nations Colonizing,
Purpose of Colonists, "Religions and Po
litieal Ideals," and also 7Early Strug
gles. ' '
There will bo a spocial moetiug of the
City Association of Clubs on Monday
at the parlors of tho Konyon hotel, ami
immediately fqllowing that will bo the
regular meeting of tho Civic club. The
topics to be presented at tho latter arc
"Tho Minimum Wago Scalo, Work
men's Compensation and Employers'
Liability Act, ' which will be discussed
by J. W. McKJnnoy.
The interest of many of the club
women has centered during the past
week in the meeting of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy in "Bal
timore, which has lasted since the
first of the week. Mrs. Sol Siegel
of this city, who is spending some time
in Baltimoro, was the representative
of the local chapter at the national
The Home Economic association will
meet Tuesday, November 26, and
Wednesday. November 27, to discuss
problems in home economy in relation
to the homo and school. All housekeep
ers who aro interested will bo welcome.
Tho placo of meeting, together with
the programme, will be announced later,
The next meeting of tho Woman's
Republican club will be the annual
meeting for the election of officers,
and will meet on the first Monday in
December with Mrs. William Shill, 353 i
South Second West. Mrs. Shill will j
bo assisted, by Mrs. William Strickley
and Mrs. Rasmusson.
The Wasatch Literary club will
meet noxt Tuesday with Mrs. E. Stock
man at 78D Eighth avenue. Mts. E.
nawxhurst will read a paper on "Char
ities of New York," Mrs. Mays will
speak, on "New York City Art Gal
leries" and Mrs. Earl Higaon will re-vie-vv
Tho poets' section of tho Ladies'
Literary club will meet Monday after
noon with Mrs. Oscar L. Cos at 272
Wall Etreet, on Capitol hill. Miss Lin
da Jes&up wilt present tho chart of
tho circlos to bo used in the study of
"The Divino Comedy."
Tho tourist section of the Ladies'
Litorarj- club meets Tuesday uioruirig
at tho clubhouse to continue in tho
study of southern Franco. Mre. G. B.
Wilson will present tho pub.icct of
"Limoges and. tho Porcelain Indus
try." Tho Erowning section, of tho Ladiec'
Literal v club will meet next Saturday
with Mrs. iT. C. "Woeter at tbo Braus
ford, and prcccdiug the literaTy pro
gramme with the usual luncheon, will
continue "The Ring and tho. Book."
Tho Clcofan will meet next Wednes
day afternoon with Mrs. W. C. Mc
Donald at 200 First avenue. Tho topic
of the aftornoon, "Tho Middla Me-
KiLjkhj are as well as your stomach, n
IT M EXCEPTIONAL T
1 lilf uim m
I JHRL. stomach ills
ft mM To keeP the hody in tllQ
lr 06'R"' you must keep the stom
S BmSSH ack strong a ad tho bowels
ft ' SB regular. For this particu-
II I?' Sra"Cli BITTERS
ft,BS Jl; tones, strengthens, in-
ftLSsl vionltes' Kefips thc ap"
B:TOlS'jtIij pctite norma1, b 0 w c 1 s
ftWSflBSij- open, prevents Malaria,
ftK'Pj Vcvev and Ague and
B-HIpS wfliHTflws HEflLTH
ftT USED SUOOESSPULLY FOR 60 YEARS. O
! KEEP VOUR LIVER fllHD 30 FEET OF BOWELS
GLEAN WITH DELICIOUS "SYRUP DF FIGS"
Honjoves J'oul gases, sour bilo and the clogged-up waste Avithout
gripe or nausea No headache, sour, bilious sLoiuaeh,
coated tongue or constipation.
Primitive folks did not need laxa
tives. They lived outdoors, ate; plonty'
of fruit, and all of their food was
coarse. Wc modern people aro differ
ent. Wo exercise too little, eat Jittlo
fruit, and our fond ir loo line- too rich.
Wc simply ean't have our leu yards
of bowels clogged up, livor choked
with sour bilo and stomach full of foul
effete mattor and feel well. H means
that thc food aud waste retained in tho
stomach and thirty feet of bowels fcr
mcnts decays. The decay creates pob
sons, gases and acids, and'thosc poisons
aro sucked into the blood through tbo
very ducts intonded lo suck in the nu
triment. Then wc have sick headache,
beeovic dull, biliou?, tongue coated,
nervous, meals don't digest, aud wc
feel, miserable all over. So wo must
make our choice. Wc must live like
dicval Period in Germany," will l?c
preseuted bv Miss Alico Wolla.
The art. section of the Ladies' Lit
erary club will meet Wednesday at
10-30 at tho clubhouse and will lake
up tho study of Bcruini and Cauova,
Mrs. E. O. Lee giving the topic. i
The Women's Missionar3' society of
the First Presbyterian church will
meet on Tuesday, November 19, with
Mrs. A. Campbell, 241 South Twelfth
East street, at 2;H0 o'clock.
Mizpah chapter No. n, O. E. S will
hold a special mooting Friday evening,
November 22. at Masonic temple for
initiation. All members of tho order
Tho members of Lynds chapter, .0.
E. S., will entertain their friends at
an affair next Thursday evening, No
vember 21, at the Ladies' Literary
Tho members of Lynd chaptor No. 1.
O. E. S., Kill entertain at the Ladies'
Literary clulb rooms on Thursday even
ing, November 21.
Ten cars choice Utah and Idaho po
tatoes at right price. Yogeler's seed
Sale and supper Wednesday, Novem
ber 20. Sale, -3 p. m.; supper, 6:30 p. m.
Units- hall, 13S South Second East.
Thc Jewish Ladies' Aid society will
hold a bazaar on Main streot, south
of Walker Bros, dry goods store the
week beginning Monthly, November 18.
Weather forecast for Salt Lake City: Fair
Sunday and Monday,
Comparative weather data at Salt Lako
City November IC. 1911':
ITiffhest temperature today was !50 dn
RToes: highest in this month since 1S74
was 74 degrees; lowest last night was 315
degrees; lowest tills month since 1 S7-4 was
2 dosTees below zero: mean temperature
for today was 42 degrees; normal was 40
degrees; accumulated excess since thei
first of tho month Is 42 degrees; accumu-!
lalcd deficiency since January 1 is 316 de
grees. Relative humidity at G a. m. today was
64 per cent; relative humidity at 6 p. in.
today was 57 per cent.
Total precipitation for the twenty-four
hours ending at 6 p. m. was none; total
for this month io date was 1.01 inches;
accumulated excess for this month to date
Is .25 of an inch; totul precipitation since
January 1 lo date is 17.70 InohcH: accumu
lated excess since January 1 is 3.00 lucluis.
Sun rises at 7;1S a. m. and sets at 6:08
p. in. November 17, 1D1U.
. p i
Stations. p" "2
? V aft g?
I : . ; " i
SALT LAKE I 4ul 50 S5 .0(1
Bolso G2 54 UG .00
Cheyenne. 30) 42 26 .00
Chicago 424 44 34 .00
Denver 3(i -12 30 .00
Des Molnco i6 ....
Dodge City 3S 44 34 .00
Duluth 0l 40 32 .00
Duraiisro 421 ol 2G .00
firand Junction 40 r.6 32 .00
Uavro 50 151 1i5 .00
Helena 3 44 23 .00
Huron 3 HO 2b .00
JacksonvlUu 0 KS 44 .00
Kansas City 46 GO 36 .00
Lundor "S 40 26 .00
Los AllSQlCB 4 S4 62 .00
Modena 42 52 . 0 .00
Moorhcad , M 4 ifi .00
Now Orleans 0 40 .00
New York 38 44 3S .00
North Piatt, 36 46 24 .00
Oklahoma 44 GS 44 .00
Phoenix 72 78 42 .00
Pocatollo 40 .... .00
Portland. Or !8 i0 .00
Ttapld City 32 B0 23 .00
san Di'fgo".v..:::::::: so s m :0o
St Ijuio r 40 G4 38 .00
St! pan :S 3- -00
San irroncisco 00 61 GO .00
Seattle P M
Sheridan f -00
Spokane 0 36 .00
Tonopah 44 R0 36 .00
Wawhlngton 40 48 36 .00
XVlHlHton f 5s
Wlnncmucca .... M -w
WOMEN WANT PLACE
ON SCHOOL BOARD
An informal discussion of tho ad
viHability of placing men on tho city
scliool board of education took place
Friday afternoon at a mooting of about
forty members of tho association of
women's dubs of this city in the Haw
thorne school building. Tho aontiment
expressed was that women should bo
fiven placon on tho board, nnd that
The usual objections raised to tho pron
onco of women on tho board were with
out basis and in many instnuceo frivo
lous Tho club women rcsonted any in
Miiuution that they might bo unquali
fied for tho ponition.
V definite decision as to nust what
action will ba taken in regard to tho
matter will bo reached Monday after
noon, when a mass meoting of women
will tako plnco under tho auspicefl of
tho City Association of Women's olubs
at. tho Kenj-on hotol, beginning at 2
o'clock. Those prominent in tho move
artnie that if women party compose
the board, tho elements of politics and
religion could bo wholly eliminated
from tho administration of public school
A1J womon oC tho city aro invited to
attend Monday afternoon's gathering.
primitive folks, elso Wc must lake ar
tificial means to move the excess bile
and waste matter on and out of the
The bafc-st. most harmless ami ef
fective .stomach. livor and bowol
cleanser and regulator for men, women
and children is delicious Svrup of Figs,
which doesn't irritate, gripe or weak
en. Its effect is tho effect of fruits. It
is composed entirely of luscious figs,
senna and aromatic.s. Don't think you
arc drugging yourself Syrup of Figs
cau be constantly used without harm.
Ask your druggist for "Syrup of
Figs and ISlixir of Senna," aud see
on the label that it. is prepared by The
California Pig Syrup Company, This
is thc only genuine the old reliable.
Iiefusc, with contempt, the so called
"Fig Syrup imitations sometimes offered
to deceive yon. (Advertisement.)
"LIFE AFTER DEATH"
SUBJECT OF LECTURE
Airs. Marie Barnard .Russule, official
international lecturer of the Thoo3oph
ical society, will lecture to thc Salt
Lake public next Tuesday evening in
Unity hall upon the subject "Life
After Death Occultly Considered."
Mrs. Mlussak is a. present touring the
Uuited States anu Canada, giviug lec-'
turcs upon theosophical subjects, Sho
is recognized throughout the world as
being otie of theosophy's greatest ex
ponents and the coming lecturo prom
yes to bo interesting, iu view of tho
fact that she claims to have demon
strated tho facts upon which her sub
ject Js based. Mrs. Russak is a C'ali
foruian bv birth and in her early life
rose rapidly to a high place in the
grand opera, after which sho married,
and much of her subsoquenfc lifo has
been spent abroad. She has for man'
years been engaged in the study of
theosophy, not only in India, but also
in other countries where students
gather for research.
At the election of officers of tho
women 's auxiliary to tho Progressive
party, tho following wero elected:
Mrs. W. H. Wilkinson, chairman;
Mrs. L. M. Crawford, vice chairman;
Laura A. Had Icy, secretar; Mrs, La
Bollc D. Savage, treasurer.
Executive committee First ward,
Mrs. Lavina Livingstone; Second ward,
Mrs, Eunice Broborg; Third ward, Mrs.
James A. Jones; Fourth ward, Mrs. "Nan
Richardson; Fifth ward, Mrs, Cluudo Y.
Advisory board Wosley K. Walton,
Fred Sweet, J. H. Turner, Orson H,
Hewlett, O. C. Nolson.
Shoots Divorced Wife.
STURGIS, S. D Nov. 16. Ed Gantz
of Sturgis shot and seriously wounded
his divorced wife and thon shot and
killed himself last night. They had
On the Stomach
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Bemove It
and All Other Forms of Indi
That awful feeling aB though there
were a, heavy weight on your stomach
as though you had swallowed an
enormous lump of lead is caused by
the failure of j'our stomach to
thoroughly digest your foodo. You
may have eaten too fast or too much.
Yoiir stomach may be overworked
and tired out. It is to woak to pro
duco enough of tho digestivo juices
necessary to lako proper care ot! tho
food. CiascH form and cause all sorts
! of agony. The 3tomach demands more
' pepsin, hydrochloric acid and other di
gestive agents which it is unable to
Medicines are not only worthless in
cases of this kind but are actually in
jurious to the whole system. It Is
sheer lunacy to ponr a lot of vile stuff
into the Btomach drugs that have no
digestivo power whatever.
Stuart's Dv8popsia Tablets contain
ingredients tfiat not only bring quick
relief to indigestion sufferers, but actu
ally digest the food for the stomach.
One of these little magic tablets taken
after each meal will rest tho stomach,
revitalize tho secretory glands,
strengthen the muscular walls in fact,
tone up the entire digestivo system, s
No homo should be without Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets constantly on hand.
Tney stop all forms of mdigostion,
such as sour stomach, belchings, hoart
burn, dizziness, burning sensation,
brash, etc. Aftor a brief course of
treatment your appetite improves.
You enjoy your food moro. You
awa"ken overy morning with a hajipy
disposition. Lifo looks brighter, lour
brain becomes clearer and your eyes
sparkle with thoir old tima snap and
twinkle. You aro practically a new
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablots aro sold
by all druggists, at 00c a box. (Adver-tiscment.)
I $5000 I
For a Rock I
io mm ESTATE
Jury Decides Against Those
Who Would Break Will of
Mary P. G. McKean.
.Holding Iho contention of the plain
tiffs to be unjustified by tho evidenco,
a jury in Judge AT. L. Ritchie's division
' of thc district court yesterday brought
in a verdict by which tho will of tho
lalo Mary P. G. McKcnu, leaving her
f)0,000 estate to Tbcadore and Ruth
McKean. will stand unbrokeu.
Through Oscar W. Moylc as adminis
trator, the disinherited children brought
suit to break tho will, alleging that
the favored children had poisoned the
mind of the mother and had used un
due influence to persuade her to disin
herit the other-?.
Witnesses testified that Ruth and
Thoadoro McKcan had assumed a sort
of protectorate over their mothor short
ly before her death and had excluded
the other children from normal relation
ship with thoir mother, enforcing an es
trangement. The contestors also sought
to show that tho mind of Mrs. McKean
was enfeebled and irresponsible during
her last days on earth and that she was
not in condition to have made a just
and reasonable disposal of her property.
Tho case has been on trial in tho dis
trict court for more than two weeks.
In Railroad World
New Official Arrives,
AV, T, Maddox, recently appointed as
sistant general manager of the Utah
Light it Railway company, arrived In
Salt Lako City late last night and will
assume Ills new duties In thla city to
morrow morning. Mr. Maddox has had
much experience In steam and electric
railroad work and cornea to Salt Lake
City highly recommended by the Pacific
ISlectric company of Los Angeles, tho
superlntondency of which he resigned to
Rate Is Announced.
Tho passenger department of the Den
ver & Rio Grande yesterday announced
a one-fare rale for the round trip to
places near Salt Lake City for tho
Thanksgiving holidays. Tickets will bo
sold November 25, 26 and 27, with a re
turn limit of December 2. Tickets to
outside points will bo sold a day earlier.
Rates are offered by all of tho different
roado entering Salt Lake City for the
Current for North Ogden.
Tho Utah Light & Railway company
; will furnish power and light for North
: Ogden In thc near future, according to
j Hyrum Groesbeck, who was In this city
yesterday making arrangements for tho
necessary materials for the extension
of the line from Ocden. a dlstanoa of
two and one-half miles. Tho cost of
the improvement Is estimated at
Says Business Is Good.
Charles IT. Schlacks, first vico presi
dent of the Western Pacific; T. W.
Wyclie, chief engineer, and TL W.
Adams, freight traffic manager, for
the company, arrived In Salt Lake City
yesterday morning nnd will leave today
on their return to their headquarters in
San Francisco. Mr, Schlackw reported
both freight and passenger business to
bo increasing satisfactorily and said
the road was nover in so good condition
as it Is now.
Gem Stats Prosperous.
WL H. Bancroft, vico president and
general managor of tho Oregon Short
Line, and F. 1L Knickerbocker, assist
ant gcnbral managor of the road, re
turned yesterday from an inspection
trip over the lines In Idaho. They re
port a great business In the Gem etato,
saying that farmers aro busy loading
otock all along tho line.
Menu Cards Issued.
Attractive menu cards were Issued by
tho passenger department of the Denver
t Rio Grando for the Colorado college
football Gonad that camo hero over that
lino yesterday. Tho card la In tho col
lego colors and In addition to tho menu
contains tho Itinerary of tho trip.
An announcement was received at tho
local offlco of tho Missouri Pacific that
the company had just established an
agency in Seattle.
FORMER SALT LAKER
TO RESIDE ON COAST
P. R. Ferguson, auditor of tho Rocky
Mountain Bell Telephone company, for
Boveral years, and auditor of disburse
ments for tho Mountain States Tele
phone & Telegraph company since its
organization, is in Salt Lako City on
his way to Los Angeles, where ho, will
mako his homo -and engage in private
business. Mr. Ferguson moved from Salt
Lake City to Denver aftor tho organiza
tion of the new telephone company, but
found that hiB health was becoming im
paired there and resigned from the serv
ice of the company to move to a lesser
Mr. Ferguson put In yesterday greet
ing hie many friends hore and expressed
j regret that he could not again make his
homo in Salt Lako City.
Mrs. Forguson and her daughter, Inez,
are with M'r. Ferguson. Thoy aro guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Goorge Y. Wallace. Mr.
Ferguson leaves for L03 Angeles this
afternoon, whoro his son is now living..
Mrs. Forguson will remain in the city
for a week or bo. Miss Francis Fergu
son expects to bo in Douver for sorao
Pear Raynor Will Die.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 16. Senator
Isador Rayner of Maryland remains in
a critical condition at his home bore.
Ho spent a fairly comfortnblo night,
but physicians aro fearful of a sudden
chango for tho worse
Ell H I m I HI US IHWiai RimiBlBUBt JB1 w 1
,Ilfu of ll
dltlon leading sooner or later to partial or total baldness. Hair that conies out I
on tho brush or comb In dead hair, and It fall 3 out because the follicle Is diseased , f
and the hair is not being supplied with proper nourishment. Every hair that .
falla out Is not repluecd by n now one. If the follicle In astrophlcd It will neve '!
grow another hnlr. The jpot rcinalns-buro and if further loss Is not checked the 1 1
hair on the head becomes distressingly thin or there may bo total baldness.
In nlnoty-nlno instances out of u hundred, it is dandruff that causes thc low iH
of hair. Scientific research now develops the fact that the distressing aeumulutlon r
Icnown as dandruff la due to a jcrm which burrows down Into th follicle mid da- I JH
stroys thc life of thc hair. This Is what maltes the lmJr come out.
There is but one way to overcome this trouble. An occasional shampoo wont I
do u, as that only cleans the scalp and does not reach the real cause. The dan
drurf must not only be eradicated but the germ destroyed, by regular and Intc'li- '
gent application of Newbro's Herplclde. Insist always upon having genuine (
Herplclde, the flr6t and Original Dandruff Germ Destroyer.
By Keeping the scalp free from dandruff, clean and healthy. Herplclde check
the loss of hair. Newbro's Herplclde male8 tho hair light, fluffy, luxuriant ,
and beautiful. Possessing a delicate fragrance, Herplclde commends Itself to
of '"life3 rcfine,ent. who have a well-developed appreciation for thc good ihln3s
Send 10 Cents for Sample Bottle and Booklet to THE HERPICIDE CO., Dept. I
S, Detroit, Mich. I
Applications obtnlned at the better Barbershops and Halr-DrcMlna Parlors. J
In two aires, 00c and $1.00. Sold everywhere under dealcr'c Guarantee 0r money kH
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decoration of your home. 'H
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FOR MRS. KNOX HELD
Funeral services for Mra. Mabel
Elizabeth Knox, wifo of John D. Kno,
who died at Winnoniucca, Nov., No
vemToer 12, woro held at tho funeral
chapel of Ebor W. Hall yesterday at
3 p, m. Tha R-ov, B. F. Brousou con
ducted the servico and preached tho
Music was furnished by a trio. Tho
songs woro "Fac.o to Face," "Abide
With Mo" and "Sometimo Wo Will
Understand." Tho pallbearers were
three Westorn Pacific railroad con
I ductoro and three members of tho
! Loyal Order of Moose. Interment was
in Mount Olivet comotory.
j MEASLES PREVALENT
! IN SALT LAKE CITY
Moaslos assumed almost an epidemic
during tho week just ended, according
to the weekly report of the city board
of health. Forty-three cases were re-
fiortcd during the week. These, with
wenty-fivo cases of smallpox, four of
diphtheria, threo of chickoupox. two of
scarlet fover nnd ono each of typhoid
fever and mumps, brings the total CAseti IrH
of contagious . and inioctious diseases LlH
dovelopod during tho week up to eov- fiH
There wero forty-six births during 'fH
tho week, thirty being boys and sixteen ,
girls. Of deaths thero wero fourteen, IH
ten boing males and four femalos. Nino jH
bodios woro brought hero for. burial. TBH
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