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DE6EBET EVENING MWSi THURSDAY OCTOBER 2 4 l1 Ol
HE BEST BOOKS
r FOR NATURE STUDY
I I Di S1 University Places Order
For Choice Collection
ATlHAIl SCIENCE L1BIUKY
First liittitllniMit of llunlu Iliitiutiul
PIT Hi Lute Izru 1 < > lark Ordered
JodarHundred of Volume
The first Installment of books reNo
leenting the Clark Library of Natural
Bclcnrc the tflft of tho late Exra T
lark of Fiirmlngton was today or
dered from New York for tho Lntter
day Paints University
The books arc to bo used In the de
partment of biology and natural hib
Itory Thiy are In general the best
iwol < n published on tho respective titles
Shcy repri tnt Some recent worka on
forest trees and on birds ale not In
fcluded because new editions of these
oaks aro known to bo printing and
hey will shortly be included
The library Is not what might be
palled a popular one though most of
ho books should be delightful reading
U or any lover of nature The books aid
ntemled primarily for the useof stu
lents and investigators nod for thin
turpose they are admirably adapted
eprescnting the highest authority In
mturnl science Alone with the col
ectlon ot similar work already In
lossesslon of the Institution this pur
haso will put the department library
ully abreast of the times In thcw
Incs of research About onethlid n3
any more books of like nature will
rty be uddocl to this collection from I
he lark library fund Following Is I
he list thus far ordered
> Itlversldc Natural History Klnssley I
I volumes
Cambridge Natural History Harmor
Bhlplcy 10 volumes
l Ueo aphlcal Distribution of Animals
Wallace 2 volumes
> Textbook of Zoogeography
ard
Uencrnl Physiology Vcrwot n
n Animal Behavior Morgan
Habit und Instinct Morgan
On the Sense Instinct and Intclll
enco of Animals Lubbock
Movement Marcy
i Colors of Animals Poulton
If Animal Lifo as Affected by the Na
t rnl Conditions of Kxlstcnce Lemper
Synopsis of tho Families and Genera
if Hymenoptern N of Mexico
CTextbook of Zoology Parker Has
Evcll
SForms of Animal Llfo Kollcston
Jackson
i SfctQcneral Principles of Zoology Hcrt
i Wiff 8 Field
J J i i f nnlol1l y of Yertcbratcd nnd of In I
I frtebrated Animals Huxley
Animal Life Jordan Kellogg
ITcstbook of Comparative Anatomy
Suing
Handbook of Invertebrate Zoology
Brooks
ICtomparatlve Anatomy of Vertebrata
C Wlcdershclm
fpinparatlvo Comparative Anatomy
gcnbanr
aboratory Course In Invertebrate
i < elogy Bumpus
fA Course of Practical Zoology Mar
IYfr 11 Hunt
i wiDlsacctlon of the CatQorham
0
ySOffcr
t t fAnalomy of the Frog Eckcr Has
1 J am
Cpmpnratlve Anatomy of Vertebrates
> owe
fComparatlvo Physiology of Inverte
SVratesanraths
r PCompntatlvo Anatomy and Physl
fologyBell
rt lTextBook of the Embryology of Man
guild Mammals Hertwlg
TextBook of the Embryology of In
x Brtebrata Korschclt Kelder
IComparatlve Kmbryologj1 Balfour
Irliu lilies of Blalogy Spencer
Who dllIertwl
lExpcnmcntal Morphology Davon
jpert
TextBook of Morphology Hertwlg tt
Mltrk
u The Cell In Development and Inherl
t nce Wilson
sUeogrnphlCl end Geological Dlstrlb
titian cf AnlmalsHellpiim
IMIerptamlsts Vatic Mecum Lcc
Natural History Its Ure and Irog
rei 8 in Hrltaln Nicholson
From the Gre ie to Darwin Osborn
Gesfhlchtc du Zoolocle Carus
ToumIatlona of Zoology II rooks
kVovage of the Beagle Darwin
Naturalist on the Amazons Hates
Naturalist In Nicaragua Ilelt
Naturalist on the Ia Plata Hudson
l 81ays on Heredity Welsmann
I Origin of the FittestCope
The icrmPlafiu Wclsmnnn
Materials for the Study of Vailatlon
Daleson
Statist nl MethodsDavenport
The Hares of ManIc chel
LOrlgln of the Aryans Taylor
Man Before MetalsrJolly
Prehistoric Times Lubbock
Mental Development In Animals
IBtomancR
Mental Development in MonIlo
jnancs
human and Animal Psychology
Wundt
Textbook of Physiology roster
Anatomy Descriptive and Surgical
tlrRThl
The Human liodyMrtln
The Human Bpecles Quatrefages
4The Vertebrate Skeleton Beynolds
Mnmml of the Vcrtelirntos Jordan
Mammals Living and Extinct Flow
I tr A Lyddekor
Io 0teoliigy of the Mammalia Flower
The C ItSt George Mivart
ajMnmmals In their Ilclatlon to Ill
xn I TlmesPchmlJt
Bynopls of the Mammals of North
erlfi the Adjacent Seas Elliot
rAl rd Life Chapman
iyelcg of ihe Haven Schufeldt
s Xey to North American lflrdt Cones
2hl Dfelipincnt of the Frogs Egg
rgan
Fishes Living and FoocllDean
American FlshesGoode
The Variation of Animals und Plants
under Domestication Darwin
The Protozoa CakU
The Structure and Distribution of
Coral Heefs Darwin
Structural and Systematic Conchology
Tryon 3 volumes 140 plates
The Croynsh Huxley
A History of Crustacea Stcbblng
Htrueture and Habits of Spiders n
erton
Manual of North American Dlptcra
Vlllliton
Chfsincatlon of the Colcoptcra of
North America LePonte Horn
AnA tlces nnd Wasps Lubbocl
Guide in the C3mmoner Buttorllleji cf
tb Nofhern United States and Canada
udder
Coiulc ut of Odonati of Vlclilty of
PllladiJcMaCalvert
F > iirMi Catao > nnd BIblloariphv
of the Neuropterold Insects of TeInPN
Aiit rlenUullke
Manual of the Study of Insects
Corujtlock
Textbook of Entomology Packard
Inwrls Hyatt ft Arms
KtOiu Ic EntaniologyinIth
Uiluln and Metamorphosis of Iu < cot3
Ltbock
Pliuroi jc rollectlnjr I Pr
knlng Intcpttintity
Aianne Amcrlone ScptenlnomlU
Spiders of the U SlIentz cd by Bur
gess
Tho Craspedofomatldae of North
AmericaCook Collins
Morphology and Classification of the
Panfopoda Kcnyon
Monograph of the CinEs Myrlapoda
Order Chllopoda Newport
Anlnnl Parasites and Messmates
Van Benoden
Anatomical MetliodR Whitman
Tho Art of Taxidermy Bowley
Jellyfish Starfish and Seaurchin
HonmncH
Mosrjultocs Howard
American Naturalist
Hnndbuch tier Pnleonlologle Van
Zattcl
Pracltcal BlologySedgwlck Wil
son Writing on the Entomology of North
America Say
Die Myrlapoden Koch
Die Myrlapoden Gattulng Llthoblns
Koch
The Formation of Vegetable Mold
Darwin
Natural Inheritance Gallon
Taxidermy and Zoological Collecting
Homaday
Naturalists Assistant Klngsley
Methods of Stud In Natural His
tory Agapsls
Elementary Instruction In Practical
Biology Huxley Martin
Natural History and Antiquities of
Selborne White
Zootomy Parker
The Structure of Man Wledershdm
Elementary fllologyParkcir
Outlines of Zoology Thompson
Growth of the Brain Donaldson
Ihjlology of the Scntea McKen
dtlrk Snodgras
Butterflies of North AmericaEd
wards
Anthropoid Apes Hartmann
Butterflies of Eastern United State i
Frrnder I
Natural History of Plants erner Si
Ollva
Mission Bclentlflnue an Mexlquo tt
POtts Amerlguc CenlraleSnussure
Humbert
On the Chllopoda of North America
Wood
Unk < nilae of the united StatesLea
Fnrsill Polyzoa Gobli Horn
fins From Western Africa Cassln
Molanllae of United States Lea
Pedlpalpl of North America Wood
Guide to the Study of Insects Pack
Anl
AnlDie Myrlapnd tier OstUngnrlchan
Monarchic Lattel
Butterfllto of North America Ed
ward 3 volumes
AntnroiKild Apes Hartmann
Butlerllle of the Eastern United
Stnte French
Natural History of Plants Kerner t
Oliver < volumes
TcttBook of BolanrStrasburger
NoM Pchnck
Students T tDook of Uotbr I
Vines
TextBook of General Botany
Behrens
Practical Physiology of PlantsDur
win Acton
Das PllanzonPhyslologltichle Practl
cum Dctncr
Experimental Plant PhyslologyMc
Dougal
Practical BotnnyStrnHburger
Instruction to Botanyfipnldlng
Practical Methods In Microscopy
Clnrk
OutllncB In Lemons In Botany Newell
Structural Botany Gray
KlemenlH of Plant Anatomy Greg
ory
Comparative Anatomy of Phnnero
gums DoBary
Botany Bessey
Structural nnd Physiological Botany
Thome
Lecture on the Physiology of Plants
Sachs
Outlines of ClaMlficaUon and Special
Morphology Gocbcl
Morphologic der PflanzenIax
Handbook of Systematic Botany
Warmer Potter
Field Forest and Gard n Botany
Gray
Manual of BolnnyGray
Hynoptlcal Flora of North America
amy Watson A Ilobliuon
Manual of tlu Botany of the Itocliy
Mt llcglonCoulter
Fern1 of North America 2 vols1
Knight Eaton
Our Native Yarns nnd thtlr AlllcB
UmlcrwoQd
llcroscoplcal Rxamlnatlona of Drink
ing Water Mncdonald
Comparallvp Morphology and Biology
of Fern and Bacteria DeBary
Handbook of Cryptogamlc Botany
Long Bennett Murray
Fertilization of Klowvrn Miller
Power of Movement In Plants Dar
win
Chapters In Modem Botany Geddas
Flowers Fruits and Leaves Lub
bock
Lchrbuch tier Pflanzenblologle Lud
wig
wlffTen New England BlosHoms and
Their Insect VlsllorsWoed
Cultivated Plants and Domestic Ani
mals Huhn
Scientific Lccturca Lubbock
Excursions Thorcau
First Lesson III Natural History
Agnes
Animal Life on our Sen Shore Hell
prln
History of Botany Sachs
Botanical Colliuors Handbook
Bailey
Origin of Cultivated PlantsDeCnn
doPe
Movements and Habits of Climbing
Plums Darwin
Elfeel of Cross and Self Fertilization
Darwin
Different Forms of Flower on Plants
of the Orchid Darwin
Various Contrivances by Which Or
chids are Fertilized by Inwcts Dar
n
Power of Movement In 1lantsDar
win
Physiological Botany Goodalc
British Wild FlouorsLUbbock
Lectures on Bacteria DeBary
Microbes Ferments mid Moulds
Troycsitnrt
Floating Matter of the Air In Hcla
taut to Pollution and Infection Tyn
dall
Trees of the Northern United States
Apgar
Tieos of Northeastern AmericaNew
hall Woods of the United States Sargent
An Introduction to the Study of the
DiatomsMills
Nature Study Juckman
Hlstolro des Pinnies Flgulcr
On California Mosses Legiiuereux
New MossesJames
The Myrlapoda of North America
Wood
Fucolds of the Coal ornlntlollLes
quereux
Flora of the Coal Period In the United
StatesWood
Cyprlnldac of Pennsylvania Cope
Proceedings of American 1hllSoc
Grasses of North America Beal 2
volumes
Dictionary of Botanical TermsCro
tier
Laboratory Exercises In Botany
Zimmerman
Botanical MlcroTcchlaue Zimmer
man
Plant DissectionArthur Barnes
Coulter
Geological History of Plants Daw
son Vegetable Histology TablesPen
hallow
Introduction to the Study of Fungi
Cooke
FunglCooke
Microbes Ferments and Molds Trou
erlnrt
Bust Smut Mildew and Mould
Cooke
Deiinlds of the United States Wolle
Dlotomnceao of the United States
Wclle
Fro haer Algae of the United
Stntea Wolle 2 volumes
Diatoms Edward
Synopsis of the Bacteria and Yeast
Fungi Grove
Handbook to the Tolertlon nnd Prep
oration of Algae and Diatoms Nave
The Microscope In Botany Behrens
Geological Biology WHIIami
The True sesHaeckeI
Economic Botany Archer
Domestic BotanyJ8mith
How to Know tho Wild Flowers
Dana
How to Know tho Ferns Parsons
Evolution of Plants Campbell
Origin of Floral Structures Hcnulow
Origin of Cultivated Plants DcCan
dolle
Fairyland of FlowcrsPratt
Scientific PapersGray
Practical BactcrlolosyKanDinck to
DIlIol
Manual of the Mosses of tho U S
Loociuprcux James
Familiar Flowers of the Field and
Garden Matthew
Fofsll Plant Scward
Xntme and Man In America Slinler
Methods In Plant Histology Cham
berlain i
Earth anil Man Guyot
Nicholson Anlnt Life History of tile Esarth I
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G0LD 131ST
rriVtt the cdSc tU4 ani clean wlthoat Injury to
Ux litrteln wnrwv
u llCJMWMk ft hud ircrk wthwt CM Dull
Fer trtsttit occnomr taj 6ur lul r ektffc
TKC H K FA1RDA COKPAIiY Old
Insomnia
Ncrvcraclcd weary and
heavyeyed the head that
seeks repose finds only
ceasless tossing and fever
ish unrest Strange fancies
vague forbodmgs fill
the mind with harrowing
thoughts until morning
brings its rasping headache
irritable temper and loss of
appetite Rest the nerves
build them upan
gentle restful refreshing
sleep will be yours
My createst trouble was sleepless
acre I was nervous and rcitlcss and
would toss and roll for hour Had
no ambition and had to abiadon
business One bottle ol Dr Miles
Nervine put me on mrect 1113111
SIMON A GIBSON GcorCClolYn J1Is
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Dr Mites J
Jt
etvine
gives that sweet sleep so
grateful to body and mind
Sold by druggists on guarantee
Dr Miles Medical Co ElUiart lad
Imlnht 1Jalrilin
are eagerly studying the problem of
baby feeding Borden jagl Brand
Condensed Milk li recommended by the
leading family physicians It is always
lafe and reliable Send Ipc for Babys
Diary it Hudson St N T 1
In nnafnla and most womens ail
tnenlr the digestion Is wcrk the mik
Ing cf color flesh and strength out of
food Is Imotrfect so that tile patient
li weak vun nervous anti drspcpuc
This ronJIMuii can bo corrected by lak
Ins a co iho of HEllBINE prce rjn
rorts 1 C M I Drug Dept
NEW CATALOOUr OF
CHUHCH WORKS
Just Issued by the Dei e ret New Ben
for a free copy Special term to deal
n acenU and canvassers
There are thousands of pcfcpie BUf
ferine untold torture from piles be
cause ot the popular Impression that
the > cannot be cured TABLEBS
UUCKFYE PILE OINTMENT 111
care tfciin nnd the patient wilt remain
ofGd PrIec M cents jn bottles
Tuber H rents 2 C M t Drug Dept
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t IdJ u uhhlr
If you VM to tee the unequalled vol
ume of unlmpeatriRlili testimony in
favor of hoods Sariparlllt you would
upbraid jwirwlf for so long delaying
to take thiS efferthe alterative and
tonic mtxllolne for that blood disease
from which you lire suffering
It cradlratfs rrrofula und all other
humors and cures all their Inwnrd anil
outward 00crS
Take Hood 2
fiG PRUNE
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CeredJ
A delicious food I
drink which as a table
beverage is preferable to
coffee and tea
The nutritive and delic
ious properties of California
figs prunes and grains arc
retained by our special pro
cess of manufacture and
are fully extracted by
boiling
from 5 to 154Z
10 minutes
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REPUBLICAN CITY TICKET II
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Mayor
RZUA THOMPSON
Auditor
AinaiiT s ImlSlm
Treasurer
IlICHAItD It WHITTEMOHK
Itecorder
JOSKPH 0 NVST110M
City Attorney
OEOIIOU L NYE
City JudecM
CimiSTOIHBU 11 Dim IlL
HKNHV 8 TANNKH
FOR COUNCILMEN
PIIIST MUNICIPAL WAnD
1rank J Hewlett
Arthur Bohlnton
J J Thomas
SECOND MUNICIPAL WARD
Charles Cottrtll Jr
ISdwunl J Hardley
Willis E Vlgus
THIIID MUNICIPAL WARD
Jonathan 10 Openshaw
lUahard Papwortlt
David L Davis
FOURTH MUNICIPAL WARD
William II Hutchlnton
John Sharp Jr
W C Silence
FIFTH MUNICIPAL WARD
Alexander A Robertson
Arthur J Davis
John S Davcler
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For Mayor
J l rBAIlT
I For I inlr
18 I LN
I Ior in HIIer
It P JllltItlS
For Auditor
D A 8WAN
For City Attornsy
F fl STEPHENS
For City Judgea
MORRIB 80MMBR
M THOMAS
FOR COUflCILMEN
FIRST VRUCLNeT
Jo T Brlcp
C E Street
Win Naylor
SECOND PRECINCT
T C Lewis
N H Glenn
Ilodniy C Badger
THIRD PRECINcT
F S Feriutrom
Ilonry Arnold
It H Davis
FOURTH PRECINCT
II A Hartonstcln
W J Tuddenlmni
Frank R Snow
FIFTH PRECINCT
M B Bowles
T A Williams
Ira H Lewis
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1 H 7 1 I 7 Arc WalkOvcr 350
I W II YAre shoes so much at superior to
same price
Because cur factory turns out 11000
PAtHS OF SHOES PER DAY which
enables them to give the maximum
I Quality at tho minimum coot
I 1 it BECAUSE wo nay moro for our
I 1k t WALKOVER I3M SHOE than Is paid
for any other J30 shoe sold here Wo
I know whorcof we speak
I I BECAUSU tho factory guarantees
every pair turned out and must keep
up quality to protect themselves
RESULT IS WALKOVER J3W
I FHOK ARK FULLY EQUAL IN ALu
451 WAYS 10 MOST SHOES FOI
I WHICH YOU HAVE BEEN PAYING
I 1 J500 IN TIllS CITY UNTIL WE
I OPCMD LI
jl WALKOVER 350 SHOE STORE
II = 59 SO MAIN SALT LAKE CITY
II JONES HARDING Proprlotors
iWII II1 r
Lowell Extra Super Ingrains
This liranJ of Ingrain Carpets has been made for upwards of one hundred
year and Is the highest standard in design coloring pnd quality malnufac
lured The goods are wound on n hollow Mick which Is a trademark pro <
tected by letters patent and Is a guarantee to the purchaser
MANUKACTURCD BY
BIGELOW CARPET COMPANY
NDW YORK
Ask your dealer for Lowell Ingrains
A TIMELY TIP
China Dinner Sets >
W pieces Carlsbad Mt plain white EJI
Hanland 100 piece set Fine Hose Decorations
2 t3 r kJ
102 pieces French 21HS chlnn two decorations
JUST ONE OF MANY
Jood stoves Is Ihe NEW CENTLUY
Hi > T BLAST It Is an extra well made
soft coal stove nt J1200 JHOO and
J16CO It Is sure to j loan1
SCOTTSTIinVCLL IIDWB CO
GARDNER DAILY STORE NEWS
4P1
HOW ABOUT UNDERWEAR 7
These lino days cant hold out much
longerThen
Then when cold weather sets in youll
bo in a hurry for your Underwear
Better come now while stocks nro full
Choosing is so much bettor
lOc will got you u good garment in
fleece lined or camels hair
7oc will get you a good garment in
natural wool or camels hair
100 will gel you n fino natural wool
or fancy mixture
SlGO and 200 will get you lhos >
great values in natural wool Shirts with I
doublo front and back Drawers with
double sent
i0 and 125 will get you tho best
values in flow lined
25c 50f 75c100 will get your
boys Underwent
ONE J P Gardner I 130138
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PRICE Gardner MAIN ST I
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SALE m PIANOS
NEARING END
D 0 Caldcrs Clearing Out
Sale Good Pianos Account
of Store Alterations
hawing to a Cloic Numerous Ciroat
lulgnlul In tlio lost Jinked
I of Jlitnos
Mill On Ilniul TIKUK Intrrr lcil
Vuulit Do Wel to Iiivcmlgiilo
HOUII 1nt 01
ouii 11 lnjiiiflll
luml SO i All
We hcaltrito to tell you tho number of
Instruments that have been sold since
the opening of this great sale this num
ber In so large that we tour It would ho
1 lit subject for unbelief Biilllco to
Kay that the business dune up to date Is
luay inJ Lifyuncl our expocialton io
Jay and Kriday ate tho last days of
i Ho
le
Good goods good pianos at sleep cut
prices appeals to panos I >
nro Interested the purchase of an in
strument This Is what our putix > ns
have found ut this sale and they were
quick to take advantage of It
It w nhuys been the imrioaj of
this house to handle only olb of
strictly reliable character the very
cream of th piano market such IIH
StHnway Klmball Mason
Hamlln Bohr Bros Sohmcr
Vote Sons und other good makes
Wo hUH on hand Btlll I number of
fine cabinet grand uprights beautiful
8tlcs they are new but some of them
are HOG mylef and two or tha iiiniiu
facturers tnmplo pianos They are life
In every way nnd retail lefjularly at
WG and io to COO and 1GJO Blo
pries m 313 U7 to 38 These are
great bargains In the best makes
Terms J25 cash MO per month buys
them
Three good standard made upright
pianos In plMn cases Interior first chi
Oc 1rglith oak one mahogany a f
ho other French walnut case fonna i
lirlcra 1325 350 and J3I5 Sail rrlcv
m 1218 to JM7 Terms fl5 to SO
rash 7 to no per month buys them
Some liopworn upright pianos of U
pendablo quality to be cleared out at
prices raiiKlnis from ICO HG to J
Tcrma to suit
Wo will shin olanou anywhere to re
liable people on the nsy payment plan
the first cash to
Ihl Irst pymnt accompany
thi rrdcr
Occd square pltnK rill right toe
practice purpose will be cleiiil nut
at 3 45 50 to SCO worth twico tlu
many 6 COO S4 per month buys
them
themcw and used ainct orcani wjith
75 to 110 Sale prices 125 35 J 4 CO
them to so tG cash 3 to 4 per month buyq
ttem
We are sure thesa great barffainn In
pianos organs and pianoplnven will
nil go quickly If Interested in inrly
call will repay you to aecue IUJ
choice
Store open every night until 03
D 0 CAKDKR 8 SONS
tt nnd 47 West First iJouth
A SCIENTIFIC BREAKFAST
Rightly selected food will cure moro
than half the diseases Try t scientific
and healthy breakfast Fruit of some
kind preferably cooked n tilsim of
GrapeNuts with cream two soft
boiled eggs Put two eggs In I tin pliit
ItP of bollng water cuver anti sit oiT
for nine minutes Whites will then be
tic co f IsHiry 01 CPRli mvJ most 01
Iy dlp fte I Ore slice of iireid with
butter cup of Iobtum Corenl Food
Coffee
On that MkfaRt you ran work lllt
a hors nail be pf fleetly nourished un
til noon Your nnrvou troubles heirt
Plpl ton stOl Ilh and bowel trou
IM tfdney coiDDlalnik and varionx
her disorders Mil irrnJuaIlY disappear
und linn pftlld health nil ret In
Why V < > hn < yr > Lhl ben liv
ing on jvxirly selfoM tnoS hit li food
that docs not contain he required ole
niiit tIme body weds That sort nt
rooJ nnd coffee 1M ha direct or InJi
reel cause of more than half the Ills
he h nan IxxJy aciulrM
JrapoNut Is I rTfwtly cookrl
food md bitli that and Pontum Fond
Coffee contain fine microscopic parti
I ca of ihorji at j of ptah oldalnM In
n nattral wuy trtm the grains of th >
field and by scientific fowl expert In
c Into fotd inj dtlnk TMt
elrmfiit Jolld with UK lbtilii In food
to make Cray matter which IB the
lilllnjr of tht brain oHH and the nerve
tfiitrrw IUI over the human body
A man or woman thus fed la sclcn
irclally fed and niidly grows In vigor
and vitality nnd worrier capable f > f
condiitmif Micrt fiilly UH nlfalrit of
life To produce A prtNt tody and 1
money wullnaf Irlr the body mtt t
Imvc UK rlht Xlid of fod anti tin
t xrirt food specif lift knows now b
snake It That IK OrajNut and Pos
mm Cereal Jool Coffee prMJueod At
tt mule frort fa tripi of hi Postum
Cfreal o LU nt Bol rPJ Min
lectures on the Vertebrates Cope
The Cut Anatomical Technology
Wliclcr Gage
An Introduction to EntoniotogyIGN
by Spence
Kalserllchen nkademle tier wlsen
echo non Naturirwlssenschaftllche
Clause IxvlllDentehrlfttn
Klnfuhrunpr In die Kentnls der In
sorlitcn Kolbo
wrt
Charts of North Amerlnn Irf
UAlHruLlNU CONTEST I
Faintly Trouble g Aired hi llio Follce
Court Yesterday Afternoon
In police court yesterday afternoon
Charles Frazier was tiled on the dliargs
of assaulting Maud Draper n fourteen
year old girl I was another cane of
a neighborhood row In which the wit
noises tried their best to air all the
controurslcs participated In by two
families According to the nltneccos of
the prosecution Mrs Frazier and Mrs
Draper were lighting nnd Mr Frnzlei
stood looking on und encouraged tht
women to do their best Mrs Draper
It seeing was getting the worst of I
anti Maud rushed In with a broom stick
to take her motherd part when Fra
tier seized her und threatened to Ml
her If she did not let the women I art
It out
Mrs Frazier was placed Upon his
stand for the defente and declared that
her husband did not touch Maud She
said she anti Mr Draper were lighting
and that she had Mrs Draper by lbs
hair trying to hold hdr down In an
swer to Mr Schuldcr slionid stie was
able tq aw Maud and her huchana
and pull Mrs Drapers hair fit the
i
fame time i
How could you do It 7 asked the I
prosecutor I
Come up hero and I will show you
volunteered th woman
Mrs Frazier further declared that
although Mrs Draper was I lilRgoi
woman than herself she understood
that chic Mrs Frazier got the best of
tho fight
Frazier was discharged
n n
HONOU EXALTKU IIULEK
Lester 1 Freed Ulven Llfo Jlcmler
shIll Curd by Elks
At the meeting of the Elks lodge last
night Exalted Hulcr Lester D Freed
was presented with 1 life membership
card by James C Lear In behalf of tho
ofllcors and members of the order The
compliment was paid Mr Freed us tin
expression of his services for the lodge
during the carnival Mr Freed respond
ed in a few appropriate words The
card that was given him Is of silver 01
gold and on one side I an elks head in
relief nnd the dock with Its hands fixed
at the hour of 1 On the silver surface
are engraved the words Presented to
Exalted Hulfr IeFtrr D Fifed by tht
olllcers nnd mcmlcrs of Salt Lake lodge
No i5 1 P 0 K for his faithful and
efficient services for the good of the or
der
derAfter
After this ceremon ICcnry Newtll
nnd Dr 1 A I Franklin took out life
membership cards and the following
new members Joined the order Henry
Elegel Ellis Freed William Itarnttt
B C Hammond Clarence C Christen
Copp sen A Dublr J A Graham and A W
FKMALK SIIAltlEH
Secured Some Goods From the PCGJI
Cash Store
A woman giving her name an Mr
Anderson who asserted herself to l > t
the wife cf a Bio Grande Western engl I
necr Induced Manager Langton of tie
Peoples Cash store to let her have up
on credit a bill of goods amounting to
IMi Tlc woman presented n noiu
purported to have ben written by ou
ert Haslam recommending her 3 being
bln
good pay This note however Mr
Haslim dl 1 not write and now the shier
dorrol lwI deputies are looking for Mrs An
CHRISTIANS OFF
FOR DENVER
I
VI M C1 A Team to Play tho D I
W CS Eleven
GAME SET FOR SATURDAY
Over Tiv nlFT vo Hundred Pound
Of ruotbiill ftiniinr Joins I 0 t1
onuto JIcsruIoilrbc LutUI
Tonight the Y M C A football team
will Icavo over the Wo Qrando for
Denver where the boys will make an
Wheel
effort to vanquish tho Denver
clubs crack team Fourteen knights
of the gridiron arc going to the Colo
rado metropolis and they fully expect
to bring back tho scalps of their an
tagonists I weight counts for any
thing they certainly ought to bo suc
cessful for the team aggregates the
weight of 2250 pounds Fat Schuler
Is the giant of tho team and when ho
bucks tho opposing line something1 will
have to give way or be crushed tat
weighs 210 pounds and marvelous a It
may appear ho Is about as speedy as
any of them
The boys leave ut 820 p in In charge
of Manager Porter and Secretary John
Axton
During the last ten days the Chris
tians have been working faithfully to
put themselves In first class physical
condition for they realize they will have
n hard fight on their hands Manager
Porter SIS If they lose It will be a big
victory for the ColorndoanB Tho team
was put through 1 good practice last
evening on tho Fourth South and State
street grounds
Following arc the men selected by
Manager Porter Their weight and po
sition are given
Player Poslllon Weight
Klllott 133
Allen fb 110
Kuppler lhb 1G5
MrAndrcw rlib IC5
Scare ib IK
Webster re ICO
Margetts le < l > 0
Smith lt 165
Carman or 1W
Boultman rt ICo
Schuler lg 240
Hill or 1S5
Livingstone tg 380
Jennings c 170
FOOTHAhb TOMOimOW
Olympian ali Wilkes Klevcns Will
Meet on tho Gridiron
Tomorrow afternoon at the High
school grounds there will be an Inter
esting game between the Olymplas and
Wilkes football elevens Both teams
arc well up In the game and the fight
promises to bo a warm one
The teams will line UI as follows
Olympia Position WIlkes
D Murpehy LIXB Young
Burgess UTH Mose
Christensen IG7l Peacock
Wilkinson Center H Hogan
Hardy RGL Armstrong I
Hymes RTL Crawford
E Murphy REII Doolan
Wlscomb Quarterback Hannen
Kvnns Lhl1lGardner
Wntrous ILIILSimmons
Cox Fullback Simmons
nlijhnnl Ten M Hit Record
John Sharp Jr local representative
of the N C A received word yester
day from A 0 Bntchelder of the
board of control statin that the record
of William Vaughan for ten miles ui
paced had been allowed nnd would bo
diilv recorded VaushanB time was
2123 25
Poorflnnio nt Ofiilrn
Five members of the alleged famous
aleset
Portland baseball team drifted Into
Ogden yesterday anti with the assist
Race of four local men playvd a game
with on Ogden nggrcgnjton The visit
ors won the game by n score of nine to
live The Portlandcrs left last night for
tho Hast nnd there will be no sales
here tomorrow and Sunday
game Following Is the line up in yesterdays
VKden Portland
NnBil I t Bradley 1 t
Flake s I Diesel s B
Hauson c Tinker 3 b
Borchers J Brown c
Clark 1 b Burns 1 b
ninth 2 b Saulsbury 2 b
Ingcbretson 3 b
Imebretlen Bnymond c f
Hansford c Ingle p
Kvnns r f and p Beltzer r t
OUTSIDE EVENTS
3iOIUtlB IAitiCtCCiflflN1S
Jockey Alexander UHCII all Three
Hornes Wcro Killed
New York Oct 23A chapter of ac
cidents marred the racing at Morris
pary today Alexander Olgen one of
the jockeys received
Injuries which
InJrlls reo
suite In his death n few hours later
two horses were killed outright and
one was so badly hurt that It had to
be shot and three other Jockeys had
narrow escapes
In the first race King T fell nt the
water Jump directly In front of the
grand stand and broke hits neck
Barry tho Jockey escaping Injury
I was in the fifth race that Olsen
met with his fatal mishap When he
was picked up It was nt once seen ho
was most seriously hurt und when
taken to Ponlhnm hospital the sur
goons found his skull badly fractured
skul b11 trlclured
He lived until 7 oclock tonight Olscn
was 18 years old and was riding Tim
rding
othy Foley for J K > > Anderson i
i
Just after the start Timothy Foley
was crowded Into the fence and went
down The field went on all when
rounding the far turn Johnny of Na
varre with Cochran up qverstrod >
himself nnd twIsting a qertrod
a complete somersault Councilman
Tom J Callahan riding fell over
Johnny of Navarre The latter horse
Inter
was killed and
kl1 Councilman Tom was
so badly hurt that ho had to be WRI
The Jockeys mnrvelously escaped nnd
walked back to the stand tsnp
Fou ht Flflren Ilnundn
San Francisco Oct 23Younp Mow
nu of Chicago was awarded the dc
cuba over Toby Irwin of this city at
tho end of the fifteen
round of
ent
ten n
glove contest before the Reliance club
of Oakland tonight
Both
tonIght men put un
n good scientific fight Mowatit
o FcenUnc tht but Ioat was
on the aggressive throuchout There
was no knockdowns and neither man
showed any signs of hard punishment
Hair Mile Ilccord Goe
Memphis Ten Oct 21Thc worlds
trotting record for A halfmile race
ith other horses was broken this tce
Jernoon nt Billings park when Audo
bon Boy went halt n mlln In 100
This fiat a accomplished In the
first race a ztt clw pacIng event un
cau pdn
der what Is known a ih Memphis
Man The first htal at one mile was
on
won handily by Audobon mie D6n
Monlcal securlnc second place AUdo
bon Boy mai
ra h 00 pace In
end heat htu tht
Iwaf wihI WiH It a mile anll
eighth nne 11a b 1 mie 11
Non htichrno3j Iwo lengths from
In the last
hut
halfmllf itilt lt Htlttnr from the
tiUtlOtJOi W ent t 11 tht kitine ln ot J J
fttdttut tl front anti on In
thc sort < ni
e f
Irt ft
breaking the flHhlon In 1Ot
ling rcCOrh worWI 1lng autl trot
Oi rsbroU ht Th
attenipt to Alhtt out for
au to I
tn t r his rocord
ot
Aftr fcord
203
r
Civirg thi
th Iivlnl ll horse faN ex
ciciBe aot
J9 ntel irli r lent him
1111
net atity
at IY
aI lp fl
II IiIIhanl51 h
running hors5 IlnlIOIl by two
horsI Vti
111 111 3 s < lh the uortr half In 1
thc timreuunrtma In 1331 and the I
wire WU nllhl j iii Ol
IJ bit
tnt Aler
dlmoUu1tlflc
qIM
dJimountng LttTiourieed
that
hlltr wns nnt tt hui Iinnullce that toe he
would try
wtuldtr1 again IJ1 jurdl
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
ThiUOlJhiett fur hi strict of Talks
tll
1nt1r J UtlOIN tf hI given tomor
row ngbt at nwlll Hal by Ir
Ig1hiart is 1Lu
luII Kipling and the
1eti1O uili Ie I111Inl
l Uultlt1 by resdlrmjs
tr n Itll IturleR arid pms I rtrlJ
Mr n I 1 L swakl leave to
Oawa1IMe
dAY tpr 4 IU atHn trip
C
irs 1 O ltbuyl leaves
IhR today to
visit titth relatIves in Maine to
t
Mrs Tbmal nit Jr of hivrumisout
ICVIIUton
is Vlsltlns her sient Mrs J T Keith
MUs fiwrelf Urcyer who hiss been
Isttng the 1hiee Btrkelhw leaves
liCI wet k for Im hotnc in lenve
Mrs linday n Rogers and her
mother MM uanu won have ms
UrneU from r
tared California nod are lUying
temporarily at the 4 Knutsford ltJlg
Miss aiargaret Phillips line returned
from a Mwant MU In South Dakota
ORDINANCES AilHOVEI
Mayor Tbompwn hiss approved an or
dlancowulrlng the city treasurer to
furnish to the
recorder I lint of prop
erty oWIrl In any district In which
Improvements by loral assessment may
be contemplated Also the ordinance
levying a iWewalk paving tax on tho
cast side of First lat stieet from
South Temple to First eleet First
from State to A
TO PREVENT DIlllTIIKlUA
A decision has oen reached by the
state beard of health to establish a
laboratory here for the Inspection of
diphtheria caws after their diagnosis
It Is qxmtted that
this move will lie a
means fh ameliorating diphtheria con
ditlotm In this city and may prevent
mOnfRtl results of the dread dis
ease ns well al dlitnm from others
ISKIKMATIUX WAXTBD
0 A Newton of Clyde etreot Derby
Road Liverpool England Is very anx
Iou to hear from or learn of the
whereabout of his cousin William
Newton h left Bnpland for Salt
Lake Cltr about
Lke Cly abut fortyflve years ago
anti age If hung must be about 70 years of
A nlcll Snulh Afrlrati Stnro
0 It Larson of Bay Villa Sundays
<
ncr Ca p Colony conducts n store
typical of South Afrka nt which can
bq purclF anything from the pro
verbial needle lu di anchor This
store Is situated Ir a valley nine miles
teem thf Maun railway station and
about twiuif miles from the near
est town Mr L wn says 1 nm ta
vcred with the custom of farmers with
in a rddlus of thirty miles to many of
whom I hive supplied Chamberlains
remedies All testify to their value In
n liqusebold where a doctors advice Is
almott cut of question Within one
wile o nr store the population Is per
haps tlxtr Of these within the past
twelve Juonthi no less titan fourteen
have bcD absolutely cured by Cham
ltelIlnt Cough Remedy This must
dregslst5 Wfly fc < a iccorJ For sale by nil

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