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f THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1913.
-'4 :i(p-noM San Antonio, Tex., comes the
' ILl announcement made by 3ars. 3. W.
iiH J" Houston of the engagement of licr
W A daughter Gt-l'cllc lo JIarold Brans
OV fonl Lamb of this city. The an-
i nounccment Is no su17nl.se to the local
"3 frloiids of the two young people, as It
. ' j y,-ai understood It was delayed hy the
death of her father In the early winter,
I.N the plans being to make the announcc
s ment aL the holiday time. The niar
' ' Tinge, which will 1c a quiet ono, on ac
- count of the recent bereavement, will
$ take place In May. Mr. Lamb, who has
itiV ' been In Pasadena visiting hla uncle and
' 1 aunli Colonel and Mrs. Edwin F. Holmes,
3J1J has .gone to San Antonio to visit his
SfeJ Major and Mrs. Charles Crawford of
Fort Douglas entertained the officers and
ladles of the post Tuesday evening at a
i)C3UtIfully appointed reception at their
11 'quarters, the affair being in compliment
' 'l to Captain and Mrs. A- P. C':uad of the
"4 ordnance dcpartmenl, who were guests
Lyi of the Crawford's on ihoir way to Manila.
Mrs. Ca-sad Is a sister of Mrs. Crawford.
I'll! The rooms wore all bright with sweet
iicas and snapdragons, and were biil
u Ilantlv lighted during the affair. Asslst
!f jnu: the hostess were- a number of the
, J? friends 'In the regiment. Mrs. Graves pre
siding at Iho punch table, Mrs. John M.
Moose at the eoffco urn and a number
E15 nf other friends serving. Among them
were Mrs C. C- Smith, Mrs. John De
IW Mrs Burtt, Mrs. A. O. Seaman,
Mrs. B. P. Jonson, Mrs. John M. Craig,
Mrs. Henry M. Nelly, Mrs. It. C. Ditto
gini Mrs. Glover.
Many of the young people are looking
forward to the military affair of to
TrB morrow evening, when the young men
of the First battery. N. G. I., will enter
ic tnln their friends at the Hotel Utah. The
, governor and the officers of his staff
iTj and their wives will all be there, and also
iUjj the officers of the Salt Lake and Ogden
N'4 high schools, as well as the guard offi
1 cere. The commltteo in charge of tho
effalr are Captain William C Webb,
s Alir R. Thomas. Curtys V. Clawson, Fred
Guniliy. Paul Billings. Bert Webb. Mar
T03 Ehall Brecdcn. Jr., V. J. Abbott, Donald
'.ill Corny, Leland Dean and others.
i Mrs. W J. Seely entertained the ineni
4 jl1iers of tho O. D. O. club pleasantly yes
'hii $ lerday afternoon at her home, when, after
j L an informal musical programme, a dc
Iioi; llclous tea was served, Mrs. 15. K. Sodcr
ci' j lorg assisting the hostess. The others
S present were Mrs. B. II. Roberts, Mrs, C
?ailH J. Allen, Mrs. K. Chrlstcnsen, Mrs. G.
r&j A. Robbins. Mrs. M. Tuttle. Mrs. C. Nel
S, i son. Mrs. IT. Frant::, Mrs. L. G. Kelly
and Mrs. C. F. Dean. The members have
Vi decided to give a dancing party Saturday
H evening for their friends, to which Invl
Luff j , tations have been Issued.
"JAj Dr. Maria L. Snnford of the University
i of Minnesota will be here on Monday
iW&M ncxt an1 w11- S'Ve an address that even-
. t Ing under the auspices of the City Asso-
elation of Clubs. Professor Sanford was
ono of the most entertaining and thrilling
. g; speakers at tho San Francisco biennial,
TT holding an linmenso audience with an
'i address on "Moral Power In the School-
ia room." The subject and the place of
M Professor Sanford's lecture will be an-
nounccd later. t
The Tennis club was the scene of a
'. pleasant though Informal affair last cven
'j Ing, when Miss Iiot-amond Hltchlc enter
1 .' talncd a few of her friends at a bowling
''JJ party and dance, with a supper following.
' I 'Mm. Louis D. Gordon assisted Mrs. Mor-
5ri lis h. Ritchie in chaperoning the young
i Mrs. Nelly, wife of Lieutenant Henry
M. Nelly of Fort Douglas, received a wire
cd oi yesterday from Lieutenant Nelly in Par
fl f kcrsburg, W. Va-, announcing the death,
jrttral . .
' Stdn of Beauty Is a Joy Forever.
t DiR' T' P-0"51 Gouraud's Oriental
U Croom or Magical Boautlflor.
HI'J. StJ 5s. Rcmorco Tab, Pimple.
kjf wSeZ iSVV Krccklet. Moth TatcheJ,
JriM tStv and every blemUh
jfHm Ik&-- ti MA n te&Jty. and de-
mLfl r Ntf? i-GB'9 7te7 nc$delecUon. It
NH S3C3 i?' 7r ftSV liwetood the test
" 3 3 o j Ay ' TtW7 and
."' '3 T J is eo ijrinle we
9- n 1 ti proper! made.
o TO. of Accept no counter-
a.- -i f?Wft"-t(jvyQ V rixme. Dr. Ii. A,
9' ' rVit 7' f-f F 1 Sayre ld to a
' bPr llf I l of e haut-
I VW' J too tft patient):
h ( 66 T Xsw "As you ladles
H v mS W J. 'HI U3 thcn,i
-' a;?' . I rcconiineno
-'rJonrnud'H Cronin' a the lent birmful or nil Ibe
y!sMtri.iratlor.5." -For exle by all drocrle s1"1 fancy
ft Ooodj Dtaler In the United flutes, Cenade, nd Europe,
jjtf ) fCBOJ.HDPKIKS 4 SOH, Props.37 GrUones ZU.H.
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- Eczema ?
tf.t t V'c have had so many inquiries lately
Regarding Eczema and other skin dls
taecs, that we are glad to make our an
.swer public After careful investigation
2 have fotuid that a simple wash of Oil
"T wintergreen. as compounded In D.D.D.
.m rrejcrlptlon, can be relied upon. Wo
S would not make Ibis statement to our pa
a ;'rons, friends and neighbors unless we
4 wrj sure of It and although there are
,l many so-called Eczema remedies sold, we
3 -oureolves unhcsltatinglv recommend D.D
i D. Prescription.
1 1 11 " llU0 u,,r store today and let us
1 ,eH you how we back otir opinion with
money-back guarantee. Ask us also
vT-l allt 1:-I- Soup; It helps.
ncnrainm-Johnson, Drugt?. five stores.
ir Wfi4 6rizJ?llc Houston, the second daughter of Mrs. J. W. Houston, and
iiarom Bransford Lamb, whose engagement is announced this morning.
Photo by Olscn & Griffith.
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from t-phold fever, of his only brolhor,
Charles Mv Nelly. Mr. Nelly, who was
tho administrator of his father's estate
and manager of tho business, leaves a
wife and two small children. He was
less than two years older than Lletiten
A pleasant affair of Tuesday evening
was tho party given in honor of Roy
Madsen, who leaves shortly for Great
Britain The decorations were In the
national colors. Games and music wore
enjoyed and a supper followed. Those
present were Misses Nellie Madsen, Clara
Chrlstcnsen, Vera Bennion, Augusta Pe
terson, Miriam Cohen, Bessie Smith,
Bthcd JCdwards, Mary Nichols, Rose S.
Votterll, Aenone Smith, Llla Folsom, El
va Smith, Leono Davis. Naomi Hendry,
Alberta Sonnedccker, Helen Sonnedeck
or, and Elder Roy Madsen, Dr. J. E.
Mellstrip, Ralph Dobson, William Eaby,
Marlow Crabtrcc, F. F. Nlcholls, Frank
Duncan, Ben Harvey, Harry Cox, Leon
ard Ijaughlln, Morgan Anderson, Prof.
Herr Freil Weisgerber, 7J. A. Busby, Os
car Vcttcrll. Gus Hoglnnd. J. Chester
Madsen. Richard Smcad and Bishop Alma
Mrs. P. W. Dunyon will entertain the
Thursday afternoon card club today at
her home, and In the evening Mr. and
Mrs. Dunyon will entertain at cards for
Mrs. E. G- Gowans of Ogden.
Mrs. George Francis Stleltl will enter
tain a few of the ladles Interested In her
work to moot Mrs. Alice Stebblns Wells
today at a luncheon at the Commercial
Ernest II. 1 1 1 1 1 will erilcrlain a few
friends at an Informal dancing party
this evening at tho Ladles' Literary club
on Third East street.
Mrs. E. S. Wright spent yesterday in
Ogden, having gone there to attend the
annual gathering of tho Daughters of the
Mrs. B. W. Bradley left yesterday for
her home In Cheyenne after a stav of
a week or fc'o In this city. Her daughter,
Miss Dlckcrt, will join her later.
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Wllklpson left
yesterday for California, to lie away sev
There is no hotter mcdiciuo mado for
colds than Chembcrlain 's Cough Rem
edy. It acts on nature's plan, relievos
tho lungs, opens the accretions, aids
expectoration, and restores tho system
to a healthy condition. For sale by
all dealers. (Advertisement.)
I WEATHER FORECAST?
Kor Holt Talo City: Locnl enow Tliurediy. Fri
day jirohflltly fulr
Coiiipnr.illvc jc.Ulior data ut Suit LaUo Clly,
Kolirunry 26, lOl.t:
' Hi'ijlu-al ti'inporalurc-. ZS: lili;licst In tills month
lrnjo lSTI. i!5 ; lowiyit Inpl nlKht, 2fi; lowcat tlila
month vlnco 1ST), 13 ilogrcvs tiolow zero; mean
for toiliiy. ,10: normal, axicinniil.itcJ deficiency
slneo Junuury 1, fiS decrees.
Total prfoliilutluii (or tlio Iwonly-four hours
cndlni; .it ti p. 111.. .IS of an Inclr, totul for ttil u
mniitli to dati l.'!5 lltcliw; accumnlatcil exewm for
tlilr. month to (Into, .10 of r.n inch; total proclpl
tiillnn slm'u January 1 to datr. ".17 Inches; ac
cumtilittcd iluflclancy idnco January 1, It of an
TI10 nun rises at 7:03, xnls ut tl-lC today.
This Shampoo Best
For Home Use
"Every woman prizes luxuriant
hair," says Mao Marty.11, in Lho Phil
adelphia 'Union, "and many find that
much depends on shampooiiifi. Various
preparations arc used i'or this purpose,
but few are free from injurious in
gredients, and the result is thin,
straggly hair and itchy scalps,
"A simplo and inexponsivo shampoo
mixture can be made at homo hy dis
solvinn a teaspoon l'ul of canthvox in a
teax'tip of kot water. This is poured
on tho scalp and rubbod until lathering
freely, thou the hair rinsed carefully
''Nothing- so quickly promotes a
healthy condition of the scalp as 11
canthrox shampoo, and its use is cer
tain to produce t'iosMy luxuriant hair.
Care should bo taken "to ,'cl an original
package of canthrox,"
' ( Advertisement.)
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TAKE PERUNA FOR
COUGHS AND COLDS
lffpSi If 3'ou used
WMj Porumi at tho
WmW&-&m even- cold vou
WM&MMi$M -oufd then 'ap-
MWiW Preciatc the val-
kH! "c tn3 Great
remedy. Do not
B the5 cold so that
g-,Sjt it docs you no
rcruua used in
p the beriinninr; of
S. B. HARTMAN. M. D. couh entirely.
Columbus. Ohio. cs. I mean
what T fa. It
prevents a cough. A cotigh is an ef
fort to expel catarrhal discharges in the
bronchial tubes. There would, bo no
catarrhal discharges in Iho bronchial
tubes if Peruna was taken at the be
ginning of a cold, therefore there would
bo no cough. Don 't you catch the
After the cough begins Peruna will
stop it jiist as quickly as it ought to
I bo stopped. To stop a cough before
all of the expectoration has been re
moved is to do great injury. After the
expectoration has ben properly re
moved tho cough will stop itaolf. That
is the only proper way to Btop a cough.
Occasionally a cough depends upon
an irritable condition of the lnrynx or
bronchial tubes, in which there is little
or no expectoration.
The problem of stopping such a cough
is a slightly different ono. Even in
those cases Peruna ought to be taken,
but sometimes it is necessary that local
treatment bo added.
r But in any case Peruna is nooded.
You do not have to stop to writo me.
Get Peruna at onco and commence
taking it. You can get rid of that
cough sooner I. believe than in any
Should you wish to consult me at any
timo while you are taking Peruna you
are at perfect liberty to writo me. Your
lettorri will be held strictly confidential
and you will roceivo prompt answor.
I want to stop that cough of yours.
I want to stop it 'before it really be
gins. I want to stop it before it has a
chauco to injure your lungs, an injur'
that you may not recover from during
your whole life. Yes, I do. You do
your part. T will do mine. No. 54.
"Twenty years' peace, with such an
Increase of population and resources as
wo liavo a right to expect, added to our
remote situation from tho Jarring powers,
will in all probability enable us, In a just
cause, to bid defiance to any power on
earth'; and such were hla thought and
purpose from tho first. "I want an Amer
ican character;" ho cried, "that the
powers of Europe may be convinced we
act for ourselves, and not for others."
He had bcon given charge or a nation
In the making, and he meant it should
form, under his care, an independent
NOT A SENTIMENT.
It was thus he proved himself no senti
mentalist, but a statesman. It was stuff
of his character, this purpose of Inde
pendence, lie would have played a like
part of self-respect for himself among
his neighbors on the Virginian planta
tions; and ho could neither understand
nor tolerate the sentiment which made
men like Jefferson eager to fling them
selves Into I2uropcan broil. Truly this
man was the first American, the men
about him provincials morely. dependent
still for their life and thought upon tho
breath of tho old world, unless, like
Hamilton, they had been born and had
stood' aloof, or, like Gouverncur Morris,
had divined Europe in her own capitals
with clear, unenamorcd eyes.
Fortunately affairs could be held stead
ily enough to a course of wise neu
trality and moderation at first, while
France's revolution wrought only its
work of internal overthrow and destruc
tion; and while things went thus opinion
began slowly to cool.
BETTER JUDGMENT PREVAILS.
'Twas plain to bo seen, as tltc
months went by. that the work
being done in Fiance bore no real
likeness at all to the revolution in Amer
ica; and wise men began to sco It for
what It was, a social distemper, not a
reformation of government effective
enough us a purge, no doubt; inevitable,
Eerhaps; a cure of nature's own devising;
ut by no menus to be taken part in by
a people not likewise stricken, still free
At first 'Washington mh! a few men of
like insight stood aln. ?t alone In their
cool self-possession. Every man of gen
erous spirit deemed it his mere duty to
extol the French, lo Join clubs after their
manner, in the name of tho rights of
man. to speak everywhere In praise of
tho revolution. But by the time It be
came necessary to act to declare the
position and policy of the nation's gov
ernment towards France iu sober sec
ond thought had come, and Washington's
task was a little simplified.
The crisis came with the year 179.1.
In 1792 France took arms against her Eu
ropean neighbors, let her mobs sack tho
king's palace, declared herself u repub
lic, and put her monarch on trial for
ltls life. The opening days of 171'H saw
Louis dead upon the scaffold: England,
Holland, Spain . and the empire joined
with the alliance against the fevered na
tion; and lho war as It wore spread sud
denly to all the world. Would not Amer
ica succor her old ally? Was there no
compulsion In the name of liberty?
Would she stand selfishly off to save hcr
Feir from danger?
There was much In such a posture of
affairs to give pause even to imperative
men like Washington. Those who fa
vored France seemed the spokesmen of
the country. The thoughtful men. to
whom the real character of the great
revolution over sea was beginning to be
made plain, were silent. It would have
required a veritable art of divination to
distinguish the real sentiment of the
country, upon which, afler all, the gen
eral government muet depend. "It is on
great occasions only, and after time has
been given for rool and deliberate) reflec
tion." "Washington held, "that the real
voice of tho people can bo known": but
a great risk must be run In waiting to
The measures already adopted by the
government, though well enough calcu
lated lo render It strong, had not been
oqtiallv well planned to make It popular.
The power lo tax, so Jealously withheld
but the other day from the confedera
tion, the new congress had begun
promptly and confidently to exercise upon
a great scale, not only laying duties upon
Imports, tho natural resource of the gen
eral government, but also Imposing taxes
upon distilled spirits, and so entering the
fiscal field of the states.
Not only had tho war debts of tho
3tates been assumed, but a national bank
had been set up (1701), as if still fur
ther to make tho general government
sure of 0 complete mastery in the Held
of finance. Jefferson and Randolph hart
fought the measure In tho cabinet, as
many a moderate man had fought It In
congress and Washington had withheld
his signature from It till he should hear
what they had to urge. But he had sent
their arguments to Hamilton for crit
icism, and had accepted his answer In
favor of the bank.
GREAT MEN DIPPER.
Jefferson and Randolph had challenged
the measure on the ground that It was
without warrant in the constitution,
which nowhore gave congress the right
to create corporations, fiscal or othor.
Hamilton roplled that, besides the pow
ers explicitly enumerated, the constitu
tion gave to congress tho power to pass
anv measure "necessary and proper"
for" executing those sot forth: that con
gress was Itself left to determine what
might thus seem necessary; and that if
it deemed tho erection of a bank a
proper means of executing tho un
doubted financial powors of the govern
ment, the constitutional question was
13v accepting such a. view Washington
sonctloned the whole doctrine of "Im
plied powers," which Jefferson dr-nnn-d
the verv annulment of a written and ox
pllclt constitution. No bounds, Mclferson
helloved, could be set to the aggressive
sft'iRp of congressional prottmslon If the
two nouses were to be given leave to do
whatever limy thought cMcdlout In ex
ercising their power in any case great 1
and commanding powers. No man could
doubt, In the face of such measures, what
the spirit and purposo of Hamilton were,
or of the president whom Hamilton so
PARTY LINES DEFINED.
Strong measures bred strong opposi
tion. When the first congress camo to
gether these seemed to bo no parties in
the country. All mon seemed agreed
upon a fair and spirited trial of tho new
constitution. But an opposition had be
gun lo gather form before Its two years'
term was out; and in tho second con
gress party lines begun to grow definite j
not for and against the constitution,
but for and against an extravagant use
of constitutional powers. Thore was still
n majority for the principal meaauros of
tho administration: 'but the minority had
clearly begun to gather force both in
the votes and In the debates.
'The reaction was unmistakable. IDven
Madison, Washington's stanch friend
and Intimate counselor, who had at first
been his spokesman In the house, began
to draw back llrst doubted and then
opposed the policy of tho treasury. He
had led the opposition to tho bank, and
grew more and more uneasy to nolo
the course affairs were taking. Tt looked
as If the administration wero determined
of sot purposo to Increase the expenses
of the government. In order that thev
might add to tho loans, which were so
acceptable to Influential men of wealth,
and double tho taxes which mado the
power tho government eo real In the
eyes oj tho people.
PRESSING BACK THE INDIANS.
Steps wero urged to croate a navy to
-SnTln-fi" a,rm-vfw'- Permanent or
ranlzat.ion and equipment; and the pres
ident Insisted upon vigorous action "at ,
tho frontiers against the western In- '
Sin11!: Th,s vva, part of I,,s cherished
S?i S MTt. w,afL,h,ls wa' ot bulling the
vision that had lomr ago coma to him,
of a nation spreading Itself down the
western slopes of tho mountains and
over nil the broad reaches of fertile land !
that looked towards tho Mississippi; 1ut
to many a member of congress from the
uulet settlements in iho enst It looked !
like nothing hotter than a waste of mon !
and of treasure. j
The president seemed even a little too
imperious In the business; would some
times corno Into the senate In no temper
to brook delav In the consideration and
adoption of what ho proposed In such
matters. When things , went wrong
through the fault of tho commnndors he
had sent to the frontier, he stormed In
a sudden fury, as sometimes In the old
davs of tho war. scorning soldiers who
must needs blunder and fall. The com
pulsion of hl6 will grew often a little
irksome to the minority In congress; and
the opposition slowly pulled Itself to
gether ns the months went by to con
cert a definite policy of action.
Salt Lake Statistics
James iMward Noliln. Stockton, Cal., anil Call;
crlni) OMiolly. San Krnncloco.
Walter M. Otlmcr. MtlropolU. Nev,, and Bcaslo
W. C'OKAlli Suit Lake.
0?nr W. Taawaters, Llndale. Utah, and Elvon
Un Amlomoii, Leamington. UUli.
Kdward II. Vui Horn and Maude Rlchardi, botb
ot Sail Lake.
James K. Works. Delta, Utah, and Hazel Huff,
Peter W. Stam, Jr.. C5 Slilh avenue, bo-.
Walter Pluaib. JudKc Mercy hospital, itlrl.
William H. Poil, 527 Chlcaso meat. loy.
Warron K. DuBols. :9 East Fifth South street.
Slioik-rlck Pulloy. CPS North Third West Btroot.
Wlllard Hendrlx. S20 Lincoln ai-mii. girl.
William U. Bowcrlne, 520 Weat First North
February. M., 1313, Jumcs 15. Sharp. Fori Douit
la?. ar,pd 30 yearn, ihrce.ia ot ho llxcr.
February "J4, 1315. Maaa Saho. L. P. 8. hospital,
ajod C month, lobar pneumonia.
February 21; 1313. James Wallls. county In
firmary, ascd "1 year, ncncral dohlltly.
February 23. 1913. Henry Wattom, 133 South
Klr.hth Weal ntrcot. aaed 85 years, cardiac valvu
February Z1 1313. Jon v Clirldtonspn, U D. S.
hospital. uuM 10 years, scneral perllonttlu.
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Eg 28 baxs of "Bob White" 1
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D 25c bars of Wool soap 20c whisk brooms 10c HI
H for $1.00 15c can opener -
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20c to 26c papers will go at 15c
25c to 30c papers will go at 17V2c IH
35c to 50c papers will go at 25c
Ingrains, 25c, 35c; permanent duplex, 65c. Specials and indepond- IH
onts cut in half.
133 1-3 per cent discount on all framed pictures.
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Heal Estato Transfers.
H. C. EdT.-ards to Alda M. Kdwards. part
ot lot 2, block 2?. Hint O t 1
Alda M. Kdwards and othors lo Louise K.
OttcnDlcta. pjrt or lot 2. block IS, plat
O , 8.ECO
ncssic Waterman to H. L.. Deacon, Sr.. part
of lot 5, block J15. plat A l.SW
Charles M. Trcsoda to Howard S. Slowe,
part of lot i. block , plat B 100
Margaret E. I Howard to Marlmio Broder
ten. part of lots 39 tad -40, block 2. Wood
manMio subdivision ........................ 10
Eva M. Cain and others lo J. H. Pase.
lots 11, 10 and S, block 1, ClUe'i subdi
Eva M. Cain and husband to Hubbard Ia
vesttnont company, part of lot C, block 92,
plat C 5
Charles I. Smith to Hubbard Investment
compxnr. lolu 9 to 20, block 1, Lyndalo
Karl Splnor and wife to MoKellar Real
Estato ft Investment cornpanr. Iota 33
and -JO. block S. Homeilto addition ....... 10
Equitable Loan El Investment company to
McKollar Heal i:tate & Investment com
pany, lots 33 and 40. block :, HomeSite
II. H. Forhunh and wlfo to W. R. Roscoe,
part of lot 7. block 21. plat B 10
A. E. mthoroy and wlfo to Waltsr L- Kirk,
part of lot J, block C6, plat A 10
Louisa K. Ottonsteln and others to Erneil
H. 11111. part of lots IS and 39, block 2.
8tcer subdivision 1.600
Executor's deed John C. Sharp estate to tbo
Uewiret Savings bank, part of lot 2. block
75, Pint A fiS-50
Robert Harl:ni-.a to Hester H. Shup. part
of lot r. block 1J, plat D 15.000
Marie Morrlu and others to John L. Groo.
part Of lot . block 2S, plat F 500
Hubbard Investment company to FreJorlck
Gilbert, lota 9 and 10. block 1. Lyiidate.. 10
Cathcrlno S. Williams to Annie M. Brad
ley, part of lot 6. block 32. ten-aare plat
An'nle E. Hanon to Bertha A- Ireland, lot
35. block 2, Coals and Coram'B subdlrl
I slon 1-t30
Is Good H
And with what wo have to of-
fer wo aro confident that your
judgment will not mislead you.
Tho Christopher, Jr.," eye- jH
glass mounting is the inevi-
tabic choice of
People That I
337 Main St. H
MDO "OratiU mother used it for her
. IflnO. babies, Mother used It for her
WIHI nWQl'ablcs, And now I am usinc It IB
onnTUiiin for ,n" hnhy" Su ,pole ,llc iiH
oUUIntnu .vouaciiioth'.r. TTueiGencratlcai.
QVRIID U Soothes the Child. It Softens
OinUr the Gums. It Allays thu Pain.
FOR It Relieves Wind Colic. And it
HHIinRPN i the Brt Remedy for Infontilo
TrHfuiurl Diarrhoea. Favorably known
ICEl Hlflb and sold all over the world. j
Special Weather Ohservation. '
Ofr account of untisua wentlter con
ditions existing over the frr eater pan of
tho country, with the storm center ap
proaohlng' from Alaska, the United States
weather bureau at Washington ordered
a speclnl observation In thin city yes- 1
terday forenoon. It 1b probable that the
majority of stations ln this country are IH
taking .similar observations to enable the IH
national forecaster to keep ln touch with IH
tho storm movement. The Alaska storm
center, which Is reported to be moving
In this direction, was first discovered
the first of the week, and was spoken
of In tho national forecaster's general
Dr. W. W. Trapp Dead.
Dr. Wllllan AValter Trapp, 3S years of '
ape, a physician of Hemct. Cal., died in H
his room ut the Galena rooming house
yestcrdav morulnj; shortly after 7 o'clock.
of organic heart trouble. Dr. Trapp was
in poor health when ho came here, a 1 rout
ten dayu ago. Ills condition became
alarming vestcrday morning, and Dr. H. H
U. Spmgue was called, but the man-had '
died before the doctor could reach his IH
room. Word was sent vesterduy to the IH
widow, Irs. AV. L. C. Tnipp, living In
llemet. Cal. , H
"V7E recommend the Royal H
''I'll y Baking Powder as superior
to all others. It is indispensable
1 for finest food.'5 H
hEm United Cooks and Pastry Cooks
WSim Association of the United States.