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1 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY 'MORNING, DECEMBER S. 1912. 3
i OUWCES RIGHTS
l ) RUSSIAfU III
d Duke Michael Andro
: i Prefers Life of Retired
PBTOKSnntC. D(5CT7. lCmi)cror
iujd members of tho Imperial
fuu aro greatly upset by the dctcr
l in of the cniiieror'sj only broilier,
. jDnltc Michael Ainlrovltch, dofl-
to renounce hlH rights of aucceaalon
f throne. Tho morpanatic marriage
ttod in 1010 by tho grand dnko with
l' rorceri wife of a brother officer was
h ly blessed by tho birth ot a muii.
;'evcnt piotnoted Grand Puke
jJCil 4'8 ('cc'Elon. Ho wIhIicm to retire
V".; iprlvato llfo of a country gcntlc-
tsButnlng the tltlo of count in order
J by domestic bllan far from tho at
I ero of tho court, for which ho never
, "y predilection.
7omperor In oppoHcd to this Ktop.
to more becauue of the recent 111
if his only son, Crown Prince Alexia,
ihas revived feara for the suceea
I . r
tSonH of tho lalo Grand Duke Vhid
ivho would become- tho next candl
Mfor tho throne, unhappily ahare
father' hilcnso unpopularity. All
V B of well-informed Russlana. in-
(regard tho possibility of their aa-
(j tho throne as disastrous for mo
J Sfeowuncr TSmproFa Marie Is so in-
I ll i at the action of tho Crand Duke
' el that she announces that she'wlU
rtuni to Kussia unless he chaiiKos
I rid. Such a change would Involve
it Ion. of tho morganatic marriage.
,j Former Ncvadan Dies.
I liAND, Cal . Deo. 7. "William J.
rfleld. former .stale senator and
) rer of Xevada died today at San
Ml o. where ho had been living for
ll MAKES A STATEMENT
yjBilu'avs advise )coplc who have
. or bowel Lroublo to seo a doc
Btit to tlioso who do nol. wish lo
Mftwe. will buy: try tho mixture of
jlKbuckthorn bark, plycnrino, etc.,
"nKva Atller-i-ka. 'Phis bimplo now
-; is so powerful thai .IUST ONT
Mt usually relieves sour sfoiiiach,
MMthn utomach and constipation
; CIiV. Poo)lo who try Adlcr-i-W
surprised al. jIs QUICK action,
.al&lfolathis, Druggist, .'524 So. lain
Dr. Ting- T. Wong Makes
Statement at Educational
Meeting in Washington.
WASHINGTON'. Dec. 7. Chinese stu
denta and others entitled to entry to the
United Stales arc treated with contumely
and disrespect, according to Dr. Ting T.
Wong, chairman of the Chinese LJoxcr
Indemnity fund. Dr. Ting. In addressing
the federal school men's club, made this
statement and thereby Iia.s croated today
a discussion In educational circles In the
Dr. Ting declared tho examinations o
bin fellow countrymen were close to
barbaruiiH. Ilo urged. If they worn to be
scrutlJdv.ed on landing here, that tho ex
amination ho Hindu In private, and not
In the view of the crowd. This, ho Inti
mated, was duo his pcoplo because of
their advanco during the last few years.
Ton yrurj imo. ho Bald, his country bad
been backward, but thai this fault was
"Ton years ago China had only two
government nchools." he said, "and those
were scarcely worth the naino of schools.
In ll'lO wo had 5". 050 schools. l.tiftn.SS-l
pupils, S9.76U touchers and sixty-nine
boards of education. "
Tho Chinese educator will he regarded
as bring well fitted lo discuss I ho public
educational .system of his counttry from
an occidental viewpoint, for bo was crad
uated from Iho university of Virginia
and Is well versed In tho educational sys
tem of tho United States.
CALIFORNIA IN THE
SACRAMENTO, Cal.. Dec. 7.- "Roose
velt carried California by J 74 votes, al
Uioupli ho will havo but eleven of the
state's thirteen eleclornl voles. Tho
other two will be east, for Wilson.
Thoso figures arc final but; will not
bo mado official uutil tho returns from
Los Angeles county havo been formally
audited by Secretary of Statu .lordan.
Jordan announced today that ho would
certify tho result to the governor im
mediately upon Iho completion of
that audit next woclc.
Tho T?oosovoll pluralitv is based on
tho totals of the two electoral candi
dates Tocoiving tho highest vote. They
wero A. .T. Wallace, Republican, 2SG,
610; Thomas Griffin. Democrat, 2S:i.
U'G. Griffin Tan 78." votes ahead of
li. V. Del Valle. tho other Democrat
elected, who, in turn, wn:t but three
votes behind "Ralph Bull, tho eleventh
successful Kopubliean. Tho high man
of the two defeated .Republicans ran 57
votes behind Del Valle.
)j w There Is But One Disease
elfci Congestion; There Is But
spills One Cure Circulation
n lY-NEW-LIFE" Supplies That Circulation; Relieves
Congestion and Restores Normal
ty-NEW-LIFE" relieves localized pain j'niiucdialclv. because llm 13 al
always caused by coug-ostcd blood vessels pressing on tho tonsil ivo
PjJ'ctls of ncople continue daily to lake advantage of tho free detnonstra
8 ci en by tho Uamilton-Beat-h Sales Coinpanv at their offices, 12i5
raY"EW:LIFB" F0R YUR BHEU3IATISIVI "Rheumatism ivlitcli
nW9s mtense pain by tho congestion of tho blood vessels around tho joints,
JiMa1 "orvos of tho body. Tho blood has become thickened with uric
GfllK Ut-'11. and these iminrities tend lo accuiuulato at every twist and
m tho arteries and veins. Mnnv will testify to the immodiat'o relief and
ff jmo euro given by "Try-New-Life."
LltYNEV'LIFE'' F0R CONSTIPATION Const ination is caused bv cou
li?ion and muscular weakness of Iho largo intestines. Drugs temnorarilv
,111c conpostion, but incrcasp the muscular weakness: hence, tho eac
tvorso instead of bettor.
Klinent by "Try-Xew-Life " ifc- moro logical and moro effective. V,r
& RaP the abdomen up the right side, across tho top and down the left side.
yscles ol the larco intestines are exercised nnfl strencthencd. the flow of
lMnf-roaiS-c ' tllc loni,Il't bowel is stimulated into action. The massage
IV8ll:ition is rcconiiiieuded bv phvsicians of all schools, physical culturists
KY'NEY'IJIFEi 0R INDIGESTION Weakness of tho stomach
lErS or,l:l( :kTC "'ood proveuts direslion and causes endless pain and sick
IB; . -irv-cw Life relieves immedialoly bv increasing the flow of blood
Mtonuirh. Regular trentmenls tend lo oxorciso and strcngt.hen tho muscles
Etotnach, thus prcveulmir thc recurrence of indigestion.
PY-NEW-LpE' FOR OBESITY Excess fat is evidence of two incorrect
jiioust lack ol exercise and improper assimilntion. Fat; vicoplu are usually
jpjooauso the blond enertrv has gone into fat instead of into muscle. Tho
V lies in eating less lat-ProduHinr food and talc i no- more exercise, but or
..lornis of exercise are difficult almost impossible for a fat person, vi
a mr irpalnieiil. benig Piissive exorcise, is exact Iv what is romiired to re-
WhCSro W1 ' strong muscles, persistent vibratory massage
U;1,11,11'' F0R NERVOUSNESS-A condition usually brought
mt In a rtroiiuotis mode of living and lack of suflicieut mcTtlal and phvsi
J tfWnml Si r 1S n ,ncrt'aso firciilntion, bringing nourishment, to thc nerve
q VjjntltI stimulating tho nerves, thereby restoring normal conditions.
Sm?El;:LIE', Ff.CiEfL MASSAGE-Wile accident 0r severe ill
nKJu? llii,,r ,rrpmt'dmllo murlvs, wrinkles, cc.cma. eruptions, black
WM , n 0,r.s'iHowne.:s, may all be prevented or removed, and replaced by
iU&W1 VlMh- U wth.rtV'p 'V of ''cillk that cannot bo successfully
l Wi' -MI tins is possible through vibratorv massage.
: KSnS0?, 0T?1IER,AMENTS-Spa,;e will not. permit a com-
, R,u1Ut,not ot all thc uilmenls in which v brat on is of untold vilue
.bladder trouble, eatarr.ih, dandruff, deaf nesJ. fa lin J l.uir Inr
Lcadache, kidney disease, lumbaeo, neuralgia pan ffl bc Sfcn lcopl
kt Knltlr"08 "T" P-iirSievo,andninS&
tjSls?'IVe "Tr.--cw-Lifo" a trial! A demonstration will cost von noth-
M)l r home, tree ot charge. If you live ou s do of Salt Lakn fin-
r r i Wm 7l V), a,V(;l' wo )vill Kindly se.ul you free literati ro, f illv explain
f 7 womlnrfui hU)o milcillll(J au(, Hs UHC lhoroilhlv t() ; um explain-
W. Jhat can be a more practical, or a more acceptable gift than
rry-New-Life" for a Christmas present, neatly incased in a
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Dr. Hartman Speaks About
Catarrh of the Lungs
j 's t m
S. B. HARTMAN, M.D. rc;ichC(l tho doc
Columbm, Ohio. lor.a cars AjJ!
soon as ho heard what peoplo were say
ing ho was very quick and emphatic ju
his denial of auv intent on his part to
create such an impression.
No, said the Doctor, 1 do not claim
lo havo an'y magical cures. I do not
claim to havo a euro for anything.
Judging from tho number of letters T
receive, Lowcver, concerning Mrs.
J'ibcrleiu's cao, from pcoplo who have
similar complaints, 1 should judgo that
catarrh of tho lungs is very prevalent.
The number of jioople afflicted aro in
creasing. In spile of thc strenuous ef
forts of health boards catarrh prevails
inoro and more every year. o
No, I do not claim to have a mir
aculous cure, f only recite sonic of
Iho things the people tell mo who lake
Pe-ru-na. The case of 11 rs. Eberlcin,
for instance. .She was apparently dy
inr of catarrh of the lungs. Her phy
sician had told her so. Many peoplo
who had seen others die under similar
conditions thought her to be dying.
She commenced taking L'e-ru-na and re
covered. Now, I do not undertake lo explain
her recovery. certainly do not un
dertake lo say that Pe-ru-nn will cure
anybody in the lasl stages of catarrh
of " the "lungs. J make no such claim.
But I do undertake to say this. As
long as thoro is life there is hope. Tho
doctors are liable to be mistaken. They
often condemn pcoplo to die when they
do not die. Thoy say. "Mrs. So-aml-So
cannot live twenty-four hours, and
then Mrs. Ko-and-So gets well. They
say. "jlr. ho-and-So has not a ghost of
a "show of living,"' but Mr. So-aud Ho
gets well. Now, what is it that cures
Every doctor knows that it is the
vitality of thc patient. The last, grain
of vitality was not exhausted, just
enough vitality left to make ono moro
struggle, and tho disease was overcome.
Now, it may happen that Pe-ru-na is
taken at tho critical moment in the pa
tient's struggle against disease. The
HIM CLUB BIDS
FAREWELL TO TUFT
(Continued from Page One.)
horse, turned out to bo .a Hull Moose,
and the two men huiiKiiig on his Hank,
Adam Bcdo and John JJarlan, wore said
to be tho "Truth Tellers." "Do they tell
tho truth?" inquired Saul. To which
Correspondent Champ Clark replied,
"Say, ailyt'-r. you're not a lting; you're
the court jcsler."
Krcsh from the battlefield on Ills horse.
Correspond cut Walterson reported that
as ho left thc Held thc Democrats of the
holism wore trying to arrange the tariff,
schedules, "and the carnage was fright
ful." Through hl Khuisos, Saul dis
cerned I ho general on the Hull Moose,
dashing towards thc large general seat
ed on the putting green, followed by the
tfiinls cablnel. Saul's inquiry as to the
Identity of the nine men surrounding
Tafl, waa answered bv tho explanation
that they wero his cabinet, "who will got
into the battle alter it is over." "What
was at tlrst supposed lo be "-the dawn
of da," turned out to be 'ol. .Mm Ham
Lewis, and an "engine, of war.'" to Kaul'a
ancient eye was only C5ov. llliam John
son. Kvpii ids old friend. "Joan of Ave."
was really Albert J. Heverldge. disguised
aa "Mary of the 'Vliu-clad Cottage."
Saul Looking for Job.
Tho arllon progresHcd until (ho Bull
Mooso and 1th followers were lleeing and,
Iho man with the golf stick was prepar
ing to leae the green. The battle was
soon over ami Paul stavted post haste
for Washington to scclt a job. declar
ing that he had been a "lifelong Demo
crat since the battle ended."
Ono of the striking features of the
evenings onlertalninonl was a ronditlon
i 001IP"lo act or the tuneful opera
of 'Carmen" by the vocalists of the club.
In full costume. This was thc famous
act of the bull light, only it was ren
dered with stranger characters than
Hizet ever dreamed of, and oven thc bull
was replaced by a full-grown Bull
Moose. Entered Don Jorgo Pcrklnsario.
champion Bull Mooso trainer of the
world, who announced that the Mexicans,
t red of bull fighting, wanted a sport
that had some rnl hot tamales and chile
con came in it, which meant a Bull
Mooso light. President Gnrthe. after a
whispered conversation with President
Taft. announced that "the president' of
the united .States assures mc that you
can have him (the Bull Moose) and wel
come." Carmen appears, "history's gay co
quette." as "Popular Applause. and
sings. "To win my smile tho greatest
statesmen pause; but when mv glances
scum most fair, then have a care, be
Bull Moose Enters.
Tho Bull Moose, pawing and snorting,
enters, and then In order the toreadors
arc introduced and Invited to explain
their methods of nltaclc. Don Roberto
La Kolletlo replies: "If I had got a
chance to catch my, breath, I'm suro I
could hnve talked tllc brute to death,"
but hastily retires Into the group as the
Bull Moose makes a demonstration.
Toreador Don Champ Clarklo sang:
"I know tho way to get that Moose so
"Why don't they turn Bill Bryan looso
If thoy did that, I'd have a good ex
cuse For saying. 'Go it. Bill; go it Bull
Then they sang "Cannon."
Carmen But whore's Don Taftlo?
That's thc mun I'd. call by far tho
worthiest matador of all.
Don Jorge Don Taftlo's a good fighter,
Too good for any rough and tumble
Frank and forbearing, Inclined to show
A liberal mind lo an ungenerous foo,
This llttlo message he has paused to
"I'm busy now. lot Hides run tho fight."
Vet he's the kind qf man J hate to seo
Fonder of duty than ho Is of mc.
Then the climax. Don Wooilrow tinging
and waving his blade asserts:
"I'll bowl him over with classic lore,
Unes of I3urlpldcs, phrases of Soph
ocles, Pluto and Plutarch at him I'd bellow
Oratory In all its glory Til hurl at blm
with might and main;
IIo'll get no chance to tell tho story
I'll never lot him explain."
Whereupon he turns upon tho Bull
Mooso. who falls and la dragged off bv
yto B. P. C A., while Don Woodro'w
patient may havo been losing ground
day after day. At last the fight seems
hopeless; death inevitable. Homo ono
suggests l'e-ru-na. Tho patient takes
it without any hope. Tho mndicino ac
tually does infuse new life into tho cir
culation. They feel its genial influ
ence as soon as it is swallowed. This
constitutes the turning point in their
disease. The little assistance which
Pc-ru-na gives Xature at this import
ant point -turns the tide of affairs in
favor of tho patient.
Not that Pe-ru-na cures incurable
diseases. Is'o, not at all. Jhit Pe-ru-na
does lend a Tittle niuch-nccdcd as
sistance at a time when a feather
weight on one sido or tho other of tho
balances turns thc scales in favor of
or against thc patient. Scores and
scores of times Pc-ru-na has como in
tit these critical moments anil saved pa
tients from imminent death. At least
it seems so. 1 have bushels of letters
reeitinjr such things.
Pc-ru-na is a diffusive stimulant.
It stimulates the circulation. It
causes a warm glow of health to per
vade tho mucous meinbraucs of the
body. The mucous membranes of tho
stomach, alimentary caual, kidneys,
bladder, lungs, all tho mucous mem
branes aro apparently revivified, ro
,iu dialed, rc-endowed with the glow of
health. That is what Po-ru-na will do.
And this often saves life. Thoro can
be no doubt of it.
Wbothor the easo bo one of catarrh
of iho luucs or any other chronic
prostrating illness, tho right stimulant
at tho right time, in tho right doses,
does tho work, .fix-plain it as you may,
such things arc happening every day.
T prefer not to uso the word cure,
f do not like the sound of it. T do
not like tho idea that people generally
attach to tho word. But that Pc-ru-na
helps Nature, aud helps Naturo some
times when she is sauly in need of
hell), that I know to bo the truth. That
T do not hesitate to proclaim. That is
exactly what occurred in tho case of
Mrs. Eberleiu, tho account of which
has caused so much comment.
If T or a n 3 of my immodiato rela
tives had catarrh of the lungs, IVni
na would be given a thorough, trial, J
assure you. Thai beiug tho case, T. can
couscieiiliouslj' advise any ono clso to
do tho same.
Pc-ru-nu, Mm-a-lin and La-cu-pia,
manufactured 1)3 tho Pe-ru-na Com
panj", Columbus, Ohio. Sold at all
SPECIAL NOTICE Many ncrsons
inquiro for Tho Old-timo Peruna.
They -want tho Peruna that thoir
.Fathers and Mothers used to take.
Tho old Poruna is now called Katarno.
If your druggist or dealer docs not
keep it for salo write tho "hTatarno
(.'otnpaii3 Columbus, Ohio, and thoy
will toll you all about it.
lurnn to Miss Popular Applause, who
greets him, "Woodrow, I'm youro for
four long years, per haps."
Farewell to Taft.
Tho farewell to President Taft was
(ouchlngly conveyed In tho vorses en
titled. ''On thc Ohio," set to the music
of "Moonlight Bay," rb follows:
By the old Ohio shore,
There's a town.
lanious sinco tho days of yore
Cincinnati good old station-
For the leader of our nation
"Walls with welcoming ovation.
On tho Ohio
When thc moonbeams shine,
On thc Ohio
And eleelric Ughtn on Vino stroot
Aro all aglow, i
Or If on tho Bhlno
You should chance to he,
Won't you think of un in Washington,
We have met
Whore the broad Potomac Hows;
Wo will lose tho friend that goes.
When to Fountain square you wander.
Won't you sometimes pause and
On tho friends so distant yonder
From tho Ohio?
Tho guests included President Taft.
Secretaries Knox, M'ucVcagli, Moycr,
lusher. Wilson and ICagel, Attorney Gen
eral Wlckcrsham, Postmaster Cenoral
Hitchcock, James Bryce. British embas
sador; Count von Bernstorff. German em
bassador; A&soiiato Justice Pitney, United
States supreme court; Speaker Champ
Clark. Governor-elect Louis li. Hanna of
North Dakota, Senators Dixon of Montana
and McCumbor of North Dakota: Repre
sentatives Bartholdt of Missouri, Burleson
of Texas, Camion of Illinois, Dalzcll of
Pennsylvania. Iongworlh of Ohio, Mo
TClnley and Muddcn of Illinois, Underwood
of Alabama: former Senators rrazier of
Tennessee. Piles of Washington aud Scott
of West Virginia; Josephus Daniels,
Raleigh News and Observer: former Gov
ernor Francis of Missouri, Sccretury
Hlllos: Herbert C. Hoover. London, ling
land; Louis Rowland, Indianapolis Nows:
Jamos Keclcy. Chicago Tribune; William
G. McAdoo, New York; William F. Mo
Combs, New Jersey; Consul General
Mnnsfield, Zurich, Switzerland: Repub
lican Committeeman Mulvane of Kanifas;
former Mavor Pholan, San Francisco;
Minister Pezet, Peru; Glllct D. Raluc.
Memphis News-Scimitar; James A. Rook,
Pittsburg Dispatch; Victor Roscwatcr,
Omaha Bee; William F. Saunders, St.
Louis; Albert Shaw. Review of Rovlows;
Written on Faces
Tired, Aching Feet
A TIZ Toot Bath Is One of tho Joys
A Free Trial Package Proves It.
No comfort anywhere. Swollen feet rob
tho day of all Its sunlight. But It's a
TI5S foot bath tonight. Tomorrow is oil
smiles and floot footcdncss. TIZ Is a
wonder to draw out all thoso acid poi
sons that sag down Into tho legs and
feet. TIZ shrivels a hard corn Into
nothing, drives away bunions, rinluoo
your foot to fit your nhoes and enables
you to run llko a deer or stand and drill
like a soldier. Get a box of TIZ, 1'fi cents
at any druggist, department or general
Moro, or send to Walter Luther Dodgo ,
Co,, I2'J3 S. Wabash Ave.. Chicago, 111..
for a froo trlnl pnekuge- Not to try TVS,
Ih to Invito misery. Don't wasto time
with substitutes, (AdvortlscmonL) I
I Packard "38" is Here! I
I It Compels Attention I I
The latest advance in motor car engi- I I
neerinfi is being shown in Salt Lake City. i
If Exclusive features of far reaching l
if import are embodied in the smaller 1
If six-cylinder Packard ii
jg With a positive electric self -starter, left drive j H
s reaches for, the first time its adequate de- l I
3 velopment. .A new device distinctively I) I
Packard places all controls on the steering' i
column. This means complete mastery I;
of the-cars fromithe driver's seat
t Electric lighting and a separate gj
!1 1 ( high tension magneto ignition ' "a, PJ.
v The sum of these improvements is to be i
. found only in the Packard "38." In the essen- pi H
fi tials of convenience and comfort, this car i H
is the 1 criterion of the present and an
f assured standard for the next two years ;
f! " The Packed "38" Line 1 I
J Touring Car, five passengers. $4150 Landaulet $5300 j
& Phaeton, five passengers 4150 Imperial Limousine 5400 g
. Jf Phaeton, four rassengers .4150 Brougham - 5200 1
1 Runabout 4050 Coupe 4500 N
v Limousine....... ,...5200 Imperial Coupe 4900
). Requests for demonstrations are being booked
i Utah Motor Car Company I I
f 12? South State Street
fJ. 13. Slowart, Birmingham Ase-Herald;
riofor C. Sullivan, Chhraso; Colonel Rob.
ort Thompson, New York; F. .7.
Thompson. .Mobile Kogislor, and Hugh C.
Capo Cod Oystem.
Celery,. Olives, Radlahcs. Salted Ztuts
Clear areen Turtle.
Polomac Bass Marguerite. Cncumbera.
Si cetbroada Braise, Florida Peas.
Stuffed Roasted Quail.
Ices in Fruit Forma.
Coffee, Clgirs, Cigarcttea.
TTaut Sautornc. '
roct & Chandon, Imperial, Crovn Brut.
Brother Is Dead.
A telegram was received by Mrs. 17. A.
Fltzpatrlcl; of tho l-a. Franco apart
ments yesturduy notifying her of the
death of her brother, James J. Crowley,
at New Orleans. Mr. Crowley Ih survived
by another slattir. Mm. U. I. llcffner, und
a brother, "William A. Crowley, who live
in Ogden. Thc body will bo brought
here for burial niid thc funeral arrango
ments will I)o announced litter.
Kenneth E. Bordauio Dead.
Kounelh Kahi'i Kordaioe, .'.-yrai I H
son of Alfred Uurdauic. died ut Wi in JM
lly lioinc yoterduy of VMuiniioiiiii. aft' ' jH
an Illness of four oeh. Tlw l u- H
will be held Monday uftorii'xwi H
o'clock from O'Donnell t Ci.'s uiidi-r.il M
lug: parlori. Inturmuul will bu In Mount H
Olivet cemetery. H
Attention Modern Woodmen.
(iiiest all Jiii-mbora possiblo to atti-n I
muotiui: Tuesday ovening to assist n
tho Avork of initiation. S- wluirp. i'
order ol1 ('ouneil. (Ad t'rtisci.icnt.)
Find Out Your Disease Free This Week 1
A Thorough Free Medical Examination to All Doctors! W
Erery slolc person Is rlUHy lntfroteil tn knowlnjc Iho nxact naturo o! their diaeue ami the CHfJRF I F 1
probabilities ot a r-ormnnt cum. It Is presumed tlmt If 7011 aro rick ?uu nro Inking: OrlVJlVLiO h I h' W H
P mtllcaj trratnlnnc. Don your doctor tell you frankly what your trouble Is or does ho i I M H
ovilo your UR.tlont? Dooo he kuon how to tre.it your lroublo and giro you relief? or vZ. a I wtfv. m 1
doe.t ho ctperlmcnt with flnt on thins, then anothor? Aro yuu gutting rciculu from lii CUADCC I tifja;, 5E?-, H
troattncnl or do you ity tho limn or set worse? Atmner thono qucllons for youraelf OllUlvtliJ Ij JJ""?
look at tho lautler In n u'.rlctty business UrIiL You arc paying tor a euro: but wlut m 15 Vr1 jl
aro you Retting for tho money? MaUu no mlslaltc. I 249 I 9 1
If you wilt to l(iior all about your trouble what It I. If and lion- It can be cureil fl . 2 1 VM&.i' M H
nnd what It will cost DUS. SIIORKS offer a KRi:i: uicOlcnt ciamlnallon nnd PRUIS AO- B Main Iti-VV
Y1U13 to all who apply THIS WKHIC Trlcra low nnd payuicuta cosy. CAll today. q"" g jT Ta
We Treat AH Chronic Diseases I SaTtLake J 8
I)r, Shores nol only treat Catarrh, but, they treat Nertou nitrates, Kidney and Liver B City 1 Mpfe
Vhtiitcs, Qladdor Troubles. Heart DtucAse.es. Rectal Disease.. Chronic L)liumi of Wonien SSjaSH fefiSS f?
and Chlldrnn, N'ervoin Doblllty, Skin and lllood UIiciscj. .Uthrna, Consumption. Chronic t"" - - IIIIIIJ
Dronchlal and l.unj; Troubled, Sciatica. Rheuni.itlnm, Hny Fcvvr. Neuralgia, Ilyatcda. ttTttt O 1 to & liven'na, 1 10
Deafnc), i:ar Dlccaccf, Coltro. Kpllcpsy, La (Irlppe, Varlcoo Vclnit and all forma or 110 UJC K-inilai 10 r. ' ' H
Nervous. Chronic and I'rlvat Dlecascs thnt are curable. Call or write adTlco free. . - - ' "
DRS. SHORES, Specialists I JtZt!
No one but an Asthmatic ran ),c publmbcd many ietimonUti Uom veil- JJJJJJJJ
Drs. Shore? IiaTe spent many years In tho t-tinly nnd npprwlato tho terrible dls- known aud iHbIo IP VIn.,"aa,J ,i iH
treatrornl of Chronic. Nervous and Trlvalo UltoasM of tr- of thl dUce. GaiP- r.ureJ of Catarrh. A""1"?; chronic
Mm. Women nnd Children. Thry havo lrtrJ over ICO.000 l!T. nothrrln feci nrf. alt- i!ar Nol. It y ,ror 3 U.B M
ciin. In thi pat SO yoara, an experlenco rarvly ever IHE up In bl all nlsht, are Ailment, why not como anu w m
Brantod any apcelallaU. and havo glesncl tlierertom In- a few tno l"Tllilo tora who euro. H
fortnfttloa that la lnMluablo to alcV people. Tliry would tormonta of an Ailhnmtle KldneV. H
not Mtempt to treat Scarlet Forer or Diphtheria at any jufferer. If you aro an Aath- H
price, not bcame thy don't know how, but became victim let not anothor Trouble. Tain io tho IJaelr. Burnlnc or H
they UtLr not nlvcn It the thought and coastnnt atudy day pan until you try our SmarttB- jien urlnatlne;. I'uffinRii under m jH
that, other doctors hare. and. In short. It U not In thlr wonderful IrPatrnent which tho UlrJ- ,,d ibcto wanilPKa. Brloc a H
line of irxclaltlra. Every moment li clven to atudyinc lv" lmot Immediate w liranlo of urine- find uti U Icatga " H
CHRONIC and NERVOUS DISBASKS. Thoro Is where they llff and laatlng benefit. RV-rortm I LaLI
excel and there Is where they ran serve you better than jLSclXtait HH
nost anyone else. Don't bo a permanent lsvaltd. TT rT . . . 4. IH
liome lreatmeni This ernictlon often bafflea the sl.111 or M HH
Thc.hnow what cauBea Catarrh. They know how to rM. Wi0 Ulc J''uuat our methei anl I LH
cur. It. They know what cu.es Stomach Trouble. They tltteS. Write of the spec 'u bo c tha? 1
know how to CORK It Instead of nierely relieving It. Jt 0u live out of town send matter VtC has tolled to cur. you. It I
They have atudlcd tho Lltr. the Kidneys, the Uars. the Ior free eymptum lIsU " JJith y Jr lime to consult us. Wo show 1
Throat and the Lunjrn. and they Unow what to do for It. nl snlaln our method ot treat- H
thwo troubles. If you area chronic dl.rwe sufferer and CTVYftfl K TU DAM? r cb.erU r ,,ri?- H
ant Ihu best Ireitmcat. YOU CAS DKI'KND ON DRS. olUlYlALri DAL) I nt frcB 01 cn'-8- S HH
SHORK8 A. SHORHS. They aro each regular arraduatai 1r vn A.tTt.t, nA . 1 We taainUln a HH
and are duly Ilcenird br tho Utah Medical Board to h,'r4.i2U Mtimr doVt - separata depsrt. HH
pracllco raHlclne and turnery, and r strictly reliable. SlVc?l treutmeuL CaLmh MJI E ItJ weDt for 'ihe lrc1" I Haal
They will tell you honestly ir and HOW you can be t Iht slomnch Is a most Iwl K. Pi mt nd euro of
cured, and exactly what It will cost, and If your case Is f .Vlmn' and n be ' 1 a epcUI diseases 9 HH
cant call. Advice free. o tho atonweh la ln. inrlnE prlT,cy and strlc est Bdac
. . curabl. Doa't neglect slora- Remoralmr tint Drs. Wiorca offer you AIJj H HH
W O T 17 TSJ VTtrt, tlr,l.out. flcklr women. uf- a.-li and llv.r trouble. Coa- that olhcra can offer you-and bcsldcJ saar- aLH
Y 1M U, 1 . ,erlnB frola pfeullr , ,10 uIl , .lo-tor. who know anteo ou lower f;- "lcr terms. abMlu o
r. find Drr Shores Treatment prompt and wonderful how to cure-Stop experl- reliability. t'1 K'r'M11 ",p'V.T. fl
In multJi. Oct busy and Kst mcutlnc. tou know wVo -x-i aro jeHD H