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f " ----- THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1912. 7 ii
pi'lcian Says Vast Majority
i White Plague Victims
. Here Tourists.
rpRS A SANITARIUM
jgs o Correct Impression
jt "Lungers" Are Prod
uct of Beehive State.
fusing1 Uia proposed tuberculosis
fam which health officials will
Men the next legislature. Dr. .V.
&on has written a pointed letter
i'Tribunc 'The Ogdcn physician
that with fow exceptions deaths
licnsumpUon In Ulu.li occur only
f' those who come hero for their
He declares that the state Is
ifrom tuberculosis in so fur as the
t 'original'"? here.
i tie Editor: It scms to me that,
isscallon of Br. S. G. Paul pro
ij a tuberculosis sanitarium
U receive the hourly support of
4jkcs throughout the slate.
nture. however, to call at ten -tootieortwo
ltcins in his c.ccl
recommendatlon lost it be mls
Bjlood bv those living beyond
ffiountainfl. namely: "Here in
iafce scores of deaths have oo
ti this year from tuberculosis.
do occur every year. The
its of spreading thn dlscao have
rued 109 per cent In tho last ten
HtEcn years, and no additional
surra to copo with it hae been
I Naturally Exempt.
lis manifest, according to the '
t, tliat tubcrculsois (consump
Bidrighiates in flub, and rcci
7mb Fait Lake City, and that Hie
IMkm of tho great white plague arc
liibfr from year to year -which.
D who lmou', is just as mnnl
ytfliat the doctor did not moan,
it repeat a trlto proposition when
j that all this mountain region
nlunUly exempt from tubcrou
i and that never a case. I do
jnt it too strongly, of that dis
!las liad Its origin here, unless
ras the result of sonic unusual
lliposin? environment, or pru
i tendency, and these can prob
be counted on tho fingers of tho
it fsctff seem to be. at leasl in
Mi of my professional activity,
Ifhe Fiinilary reputalion of our
attracts the longing eyes of the
Ahi from everywhere, and they
never the mountains lo us seek
fcelp. They 50 to Denver and
it llko places, for their name Is
II They come too la to and so
s iw3y Into life's final abode,
t their death lists Increase our
of mortality thoigh I hey are
Ueccnt comers. They brought
te'J; of disease wilh them, and
'rh.sr?c ourselves isith the har
: of death.
m Soon Perish Here.
'Wfcinlcro-orsanlKnis of disease find
tne & sifrile feeding ground and
rjB.Tcris1i. and eo our splendid hy
0k reputation goes abroad, and
HWbrttd Imnds reach out lo us and
j'B.Pithcr them in. In constantly
I Stomach 1
MM you have a weak H
Mt 8omach use m
Malt Wto5sk3f I
iMJou havo stomach troublo I
.yonr food does not digest
mtj? well Duffy's Pure I
WhiBkey, if taken no di-
beforo mea8 willotimu- j8
ML 'raueout surfaces of tho W
K5 l Bnd act5v'ate th I
RlS.I'tllwti,b' smears. IE
Kfclti,1.0Q a l- foul,,, jffl
m M YKCkj Ox, Ixht&a, H. Y.
m younger you J
mt more ffl
'fan save in i rfgfpl
iflBSr aiS for tlckcta between Mow
lKUni W'1' Ent'llfih, Irish. Con
'UttoLz. '"'iten-ancan Points. Su
URt 8eldatlon' Excellent Culolna.
llB'aBehl . APPlv or Reservation
w feLnc0r Uni or HEN
'W11 acaeral Affeat
CHEER UP! IF IFJDW, BILIOUS,
SS,S,,,1'10 CCIllS Never ffripo or sicken.
"CASCARETS WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP.",
augmenting numbers they conic to
us. because the, world is moro and
mores writing und tulUJnw of our '
salutary climato and freedom from
the bacillus that is the origin of tho
great wliilo plague
And so 1 think tbat Dr. Paul had
i ho hcaUb-seeltcr in mind Instead of
the native or 'the "olrl-tlincr" wlmu
he proposes a sanitarium for the
lunger, ' though our own would not
oc turned away even If they are
sporadic and seldom met with. Every
person Infected with tuberculosis Is
a menace to the public and mav put
a community In deadly peril, bill ho
s human and seeks this haven of
hope for rollcf and deserves not only
our sympathy but wisely directed
he p. Ho should bo placed where he
A will have all the comforts of homo,
and at tho same time relieve the
apprehensions of the public.
Should Belong to State.
T believe If properly explained lo
the governor and the legislature that ,
tbls winter will witness tho con- '
summation of tho undertaking. Tho
sanitarium should belong to tho
whole state, and T don't mind saving
in parenthesis (hat Ogden Is situated
just rlfcht for it, and patients might,
bo received from our sister states not
so endowed, so that the institution
would be practically self-sustaining,
-. S. CONDON, of. D.
Sanfa Cruz, Cal. Carl 0. Kralzen
stein, manager of tho J. G. Tanner
Dm Store, says: "We hare Bold
Foley & Co.'s medicines for tho past
twenty rears and havo yet; to hoar our
first complaint of a dissatisfied custo
men. Our experience shows us that
Foley & Co.'s aim has always been to
make health ,xiviiijx aDd hcallh main
taining remedies." Schrannn-Johuson,
Mineo meat Ladies' Aid society
Ili 07 church. Call Wasatch 2298 or
Wasatch M25-.T. Church open all day
ONE GOOD JOB BRINGS TWO.
That's why the Century eontinuoa to
grow. Century Printing Co.. 50-57 PoaL
offloo place. t (Advertisement)
Ten cars choice Utah and Idaho po
tatoes at right price. Yogclcr's teed
II A GRAZIIUG CASE
Holding Is That a Permit to
Graze Sheep Is Not
The verdict of tliu Jury yesterday in
I he case of the United States vs. W. C
Preston of American Fork in tho United
States district, court, was watched with
interest by forest service officials and
by tlioso who arc Interested in the graz
ing of sheep or cattlo on the national
forests. Tho outcome of tho trial Is
considered a victory for the officials of
tho Wasatch forest. In substance the
jury found that a permit issued to a
man for grazing sheen on a forest ro
sorv'o is. not transferable but is for his
own benefit, and that he cannot enter
Into an agreement by which ho bencrits
a non-holder of a permit without losing
his own right to graze sheep or cattle;.
Preston was charged with having
grazed sheep on the Wasatch forest
without a permit. He claimed that, he
had sold tiu- sheep to Ilubcr brothers
of Midway and Joseph C JngcrsoU or
Amciicuu Fork, who warn holders of
permits. lie contended that the sheep
wcrr their property and wcro gnuscd by
them. The .lury concluded that the wilo
was not valid, that tho sheen weru thei
property of Preston and that lie was
grazing Ihcm on tho n-aorvo without a
permit. They fined him ?2Sfi and cos Is.
ns damages to the reserve through tho
unlawful grazing of his sheep. Hubcr
brothers and Insertion, who held per
mits, violated their rlgnts. and therefore
loso thulr right to graze sbecp on tho
r"Vo have been trying lo settle thin
matter for fifteen months' ald b. II.
Clarke, supervisor of the Wasatch na
tional forest, last night. "This was a
test case. The verdict of tho .lury up
holds our contention thai a permit Is for
the pnraonal benefit of tho party to
whom it is Issued, and a misuse of it.
.iu.Mi as the caso In question, invalidates
.When everything goes
wrong and the future look
black, instead of moping
around go right to your
druggist and ask for
You will find this a short
cut to happiness, because
they will remove the cause
of your trouble which is
nothing more than a slug
gish liver. At your drug
gist sugar coated or plain
Mrs. Marie B. Russak of India
Declares That Thcosophy
Solves Life's Mystery.
airs. Marie Barnard Huusalc of Adyar,
Madras, India, international lecturer for
, the Thcosophlcal society, addressed an
audience that filled Unity hall last even
ing on the subjoct of "Life After
Death." She dealt at length with the
subject of reincarnation, citing instance-?
of cases which could only be accounted
for by the reincarnation theory, and giv
ing thcosophlcal doctrines relating to the
subject. A woman of plcasrng person
ality and a fluent speaker, she held her
auditors attcntallvc throughout her lec
ture. "In all that concerns the philosophy of
this life and our post-mortem existence
there Is an ever deepening interest on
tho part of the world in goncral," said
Mrs. Ruasak. She mentioned the recent
successful plays, such a the "Servant In
tho Mouse" and the "Passing of the
Third Floor Back," tho numerous books
whose themes arc similar, tho clergymen
who arc dealing wtlh theosophical ques
tions, as Instances of thn growing inter
est in this bra.nch of thought.
Mrs. Russak told of her study of thc
osophy for the past twenty-flvo yars.
She described her doubt In the theory of
reincarnation at first and later of being
convinced that it was tho only explana
tion of many of the mysteries of life
Relative to the question of "What docs
thcosophy teach of Die after death?" Mrs.
Russak said in part:
Many religions and sects leaoh of
heaven and what to them sceni to bo
the sum total of all existence after
death, and thcosophy docs not take
away this belief, but enlarges and ex
pands the teaching into the details
of life in the different grades of heav
enly exlslence. It also describes the
Intermediary slates and conditions.
As human beings we are so thor
oughly Immersed in the physical that
we very naturally think these physi
cal bodies arc the only ones wc wear,
where, as a matter of truth within
us there are subtler bodips, and when
siiloep at night wc are using one of
those subtler bodies the astral bcxiy
on the astral p'anc. '
The astral plane is not the heaven
world. The difference between the
two planes Is very great. One Is a
plane where the keynote of being Is
emotion, tho other is a plane whore
the keynote of being Is mind. The
astral prepares thj soul for heaven.
In the heaven world wo build into
ourselves the spiritual capacity for
the next life on earth.
The lecture was given under the aus
picea of the Salt bake branch of the
Thcorjophical society. Wcnworth Rico,
president of the Salt L,akn branch, who
has been a student of thcosophy for
twenty years, and Is conversant with tho
science in all Us branches, introduced
Mrs. Russak to ber audience. The noted
woman lecturer recently made a lecture!
tour of IfUpland and Is here rn mute to
Los Angeles, where tho society head
quarters aro located.
Twinges of rheumatism, Lticliacbe,
stiff nint3 aud tihootiu pains all show
your kidneys nro not; -working right.
Urinary irregularities, loss of sleep,
nervous ncss, weak hack and Boro kid
neys tell tho need of a good rcliablo
kidney medicine. Foley Kidney Pills
aro tonic, strengthening and restora
tive. Thoy build up tho kidneya aud
regulate thoir action. They will give
you quick roliof and contain no habit
forniinfc drucs. Safo and always, suro.
Try them. Bchramm-Johnaon, Drugs.
BUSY MING UP
Board of Health's Plan (o Use
Score Card System Mas
Sinco the announcement of tho board
of health that it shortly would apply tho
score card system to all public eating
places, butchor shops and grocery stores,
scores of cafes and small restaurants
against which the contemplated action
was directed in particular, have greatly
Improved their premises, according to Dr.
S. G. Paul. Dr. Paul yesterday accom
panied Mrs. P. N Cool:, pure food In
spector, about the city, visiting most of
the smaller eating places.
They found the proprietors busy In
manv places with renovations, improve
ments and cleaning up processes, such
us would become Imperative If thny were
subjected to the scoro card system. The
announcement of the new system, in It
self has hud a good effect,
The board of health expects to Inau
gurate tho score card on restaurants
within the next few days, or rh soon as
tho score curds can be printed.
Dr. Plununer Speaker.
Dr. Charles C. G. Plummer will be
th locturef tonight at the .Initial win
ter meeting of the Senators club at Its
) quarters In Odcon hull, the programme
to open at o'clock.
Greatest Sale In PawtQttovmQim knaa 1
Piano History wl MOlSCII QL Mlhllll 1
Three years to pay for a Piano! w
Bo you need more time? H
l)lJ I 1 jJBfliBjBk. 'yl; -y V "Bring your pocketbook big discounts for cash. Never in the his- H
J (BHp8BA toi7 of Piano selling have you heard of anything like this. Pianos of H
I (cwlf-Hvw: ""vk very make are included among these pianos 3uch makes as Weber, H
) wr3iSmBm V Evorett, Steinway, Kranich & Bach, Ludwig, Hardrnan, Pease, Harv- H
I ImlP1 J ard' Nelson' Rllssclli Gerhard, Peerless, Harrington, Stuyvesant, Smith B
f Hffl. aL XJ & Barnes' SfcronDer Hoffman, Willard, etc., etc. H
BPSifcH3Li i Today is the day for you to lay everything else aside and make it H
' J r a-special orcler of business to attend this sale of new and used H
"iU. V ou Lave nk a P3,110 a-nd- want one a good one at jfl
I AJ smfMx " little cost; this is your opportunity as never before have
"John, we can now buy a 1' I
piano, for we have 3 years to s ' jlR. I
pay for almost any piano H
carstenseni& anson co. Offer In wK'JHvS' o' 'W- I
Pai2te a Nut Shell PB I
IOiUy tlioso on hand (less - ii3Seff U H&J&nin
than 10 of them) will bo sold
at the remarkably low price of , - , , . , H
jV&l isv .ink jr. I There are a number of new sample instruments and instruments that have been H
ffl 3 taken in exchange for our new Pianos and Pianola Pianos. They are so fine they can H
w3m 9jr $Jr 1 We are making a special low price on them because they must be sold. Our great H
WkW$ 1 holiday stock is coming in and we must have room to take care of it. H
JLikJo. jn or(jer -j;0 ciose out these Pianos quickly we will give to every purchaser free Hj
nioSy.5 a 58,00 I their choice of six different 'styles of lady's or gent's gold watch, guaranteed 20-
vear case an(j vaiue(i at $25 each, on payment of $35 or more cash at time of pur- H
CARSTENSEN & ANSON CO. chase. Buy your piano now for Christmas. H
7 riesidf otfL ySour Both Casli smd Time Buyers H
IwTich "wirtShaso sat 3298 Do not miss this great opportunity. If you are ever going to have a piano in
YouuSiy8d!iwM one ofhefo your home get it during this sale, when you can save from S75 to $175. Now is the M
pianoa to my house, and if per- time for the spot casli buyer vfho has been waiting for just this kind of an oppor-
cnascyitatl3factory 1 wm pur" tunity. The time is NOW and be on hand" today. It will pay you if you are not H
I prepared to make a full down payment. Come in anyhow, bring $1 with you and H
Namc I we will set aside your .selection until you are ready for it. If you live out of town II
Addrcss I take the first car or train for the city today. Remember, we refund fare, both ways, M
" xJ to out-of-town buyers within 200 miles of Salt Lake City. H
The Home of Steinway, Weber, Steck PIANOLA-PIANOS. POPULAR SHEET MUSIC-Sc and 10c per Copy I
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arSfH.SH. & AltSOU to. HSTTcnra5 I
In Railroad Worltl
: : ,
S. M. Shattue Dead.
Smith ?.. Shattue, traveling passen
ger agent for the Baltimore, Ohio &
Southwestern 111 II road, is dead, accord
ing to information received by local rail
road men yesterday. Tie died at Sallda,
Colo., last wcelc of heart disease. For
thirty years 3Ir. Shattue had mado fre
quent trips to Utah, where ho was .wide
ly known, llo had friends also all over
Mr. Shattue was GO yearn of ago and
lived In Denver, where he leaves a wid
ow. In point of sorvleo he was the old
est passenger man in tho west. Ho was
a Knight Templar aud member of Uio
351 Jcbel shrine of the Masonic order.
Official Notice Received.
A, B. Appcrson. general superinten
dent of the Utah lines of the Denver &
Rio Grando railroad, yestcroay received
official notice that the contract had been
awarded for building the detour trade of
that road around Soldier Summit to tho
Utah Construction company. Jt Is un
derstood here that work will commence
Mr. Appcrson left yesterday for Sol
dier Summit, to supervise, preparations. It
Is Ids Intention to have the track built
lus rapidly as possible. It will probably
bo ready for operation before next July.
Mr. Appcrson -was accompanied by S. V.
Derrah, assistant general freight agent.
Before returning lo Salt LaIco they will
probably make an Inspection nip to
Ralph Blake, clerk Jn the city passen
ger department of the Oregon Short. Lilnc.
has returned from a vacation of two
weekt In California,
A. 3L Stephens, commercial Hgeiit for
the Frisco lines. 1b In Salt lake- for a.
short business visit,
Churlus A. Walker, general agent of
tho Northwestern, went to Idaho yester
day on business.
Tho L-lts' special lo Ogden will leave
this afternoon at 5:50. Provision bus
been mado for -'00 passengers, who will
go lo the Junction city to attend the
dedication of the I211' cw tomple.
Beginning December 1. thcChlcapp &
Northwestern will have through standard
sleeper service between MJuneapo Is and
Los Angeles on the Los Angeles Limited.
Guy S. Anderson, chief clerk to A. B.
ppprson, has returned lo his office after
a vacation near rtlchllcld.
Convalescence is sometimes merely
apparent., not real, and especially is
this true after such diseases aa pneu
monia, typhoid fever and tho grip. To
loako it real and rapid, there is no
other tonic so highly to bo recom
mended as Hood's Sarsaparilla.
This jrroat medicine eleansos and ro
nows tho blood, strengthens all the or.
gana and functions, aud restores health.
Take Hood's. (AdvertiseinoutO
HE MAN IS LOWEST
ON SIDEWALK BIDS
G. A. Heinan 1b the lowest bidder for
the contract to lay a sidewalk along the
south (ldc of Second South street be
tween Second and Third J5ast ntreets,
aud probably will bo given tho contract.
Bids for tho work wcro received and
opened by tho city commission yesterday
and referred to the city engineer for tab
ulation. Neman's bid wus ?U2-'.Sl.
Tho laying of a sidewalk along the
block In (lueJ-tion will scttlo an Issue that
has bothered tho city fop many months.
A sidewalk has been laid in Ihe past,
but for vaiia.tlon of grade and general
nonconformity it. Is said to by the cham
pion bit of sidewalk In the city. Suit
against the city has been threatened on
several occasions over the condition of
be suspicious Tfpnjj
Any sore that is obstinate or slovr in healing should cause suspicion and
put the sufferer on guard. Many an ulcer which could havebeen cured if
it had been propcrl treated, in time. Ita3 been allowed to remain open un
til it became infected with some degenerate poison from the outside which
made it a malignant, eating sore. jMost old sores come from an impure
and polluted condition of the blood and can be healed if the circulation is
cleansed and purified of the predisposing cause. To attempt to cure a
chronic ulcer with salves, washes, lotions, etc. ia trifUngtli what may
become a serious condition. S. S. S. heals chronic ulcers ina perfectly
natural way. It goes down into the blood and removes the imputies and
l in i , uiorbid matters which are the means of keepTC the
ft 'rnri ' rim" .em. 1 pbiceopen; then the ore is bound to heal. Not only
? 1 does S. S. S. cleanse the circulation but it restores its
I feac uietFo ltef7 I bealing powers, and aids in promoting the necessary
Hi i nf qualities for good health. S. S. S. builds new flesh
tissue from the bottom of the islcer to the outer skin
and makes a permanent cure. Book on Sores and TJlcers and medical ad
vice free to all who write aud request same.
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