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2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALD REPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY AUGUST 29 1909
BEST BESTREMEDY BESTREItIEDY
REMEDY REMEDYFor
For WomenLydia E Pink Pinkhams Pinkhams Pinkhams
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successful remedy for all kinds of offemale offemale offemale
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PRINCIPAlS FOR FORSCHOOLS FORSCHOOLSNAMED
SCHOOLS SCHOOLSNAMED SCHOOLSNAMEDAssignments NA 1m 1mAssignments
Assignments as Made by bySu bySuperintendent Su Superintendent SuPerintendent ¬
perintendent Approved ApprovedOther ApprovedOther ApprovedOther
Other Business BusinessAt
At the special meeting of the board o oeducation of ofeducation ofeducation f
education yesterday the following f < as assignments 8Signmentll asalgnments ¬
signments > > of principals for the cit citschools city cUyiChool cityschools
schools as made by Superintendent D HChristensen H HChrtetensen HChristensen
Christensen was approved Bonneville BonnevilleJosephine BOflDevtlleJoeephlne BonnevilleJosephine
Josephine Chambers Bryant Grace E BFrost EFrost EFrost
Frost Emerson llry liar Dyaart Franklin FranklinF
F N Pouieon Fremciit W D Prosser ProsaerGrant ProsserGrant ProsserGrant
Grant W J McCoy Hamilton W W WBarton VBarton V VBarton
Barton Jackson E B Hallock Lafay Lafayette Latayette Lafayette ¬
ette J H Coombs Lincoln Evelyn Reil Rellly Reilly Reilly
ly Longfellow Elizabeth V Fritz Lowell LowellWilliam LowellWllUamBradrord LowellWilliam
William WllUamBradrord Bradford Onequa Mark C CBrown CBrown CBrown
Brown Oquirrh L M Qualtrough Pop Poplar Poplar Poptar ¬
lar Grove H J Stearns Riverside RIYer tde D R RCoombs nCoombs RCoomba
Coombs Sumner Etta Powers Union AB AB A AB
B Keoler Wasatch Oscar VanCottWashington VanCott VanCottWashington VlinCottWashington
Washington H B Folsom Waterloo JE JEH EH E EH
H Scott Webster F D Keeler High Highschool Highschool Highschool
school George G orge A Eaton EatonThe EatonThe EatonThe
The board had met for the purpose e of ofapproving ofapproving ofapproving
approving the assignment a of principals principalsbut
but also acted upon the nominations o oapplicants ot otapplicants ofapplicants
applicants for the state school of edu education education education ¬
cation Three of the nominations werefor were werefor weretor
for the secondary training or preparatory preparatoryschool preparatoryacbool preparatoryschool
school as 8 follows Marguerite and Beatrice Bea Beatrice Beatrice ¬
trice Dowdell 6M First avenue Samuel SamueSmith SamutlSmith SamuelSmith
Smith 56 East Ea t North Temple street streetFive streetFive treetFive
Five nominations were made for schol scholarships acholarships chotanblps ¬
arships in the college department of the thestate thestate thestate
state school as follows Earl VanCott
1728 South Main street Edith Walker 654South 654 654South 6S4South
South Sixth East street M MarieScobbe Marie MarieScobbe MarieScobbe
Scobbe MS S South Sixth East street Cora CoraMore CoraMoreton CoraMoreton
More Moreton ton 7B East Fifth South street andDatele and andDaisie andDalsle
Daisie Harrison 73 S street streetIt
It was also decided to put a carpet on onthe onthe onthe
the floor of the school board roomPASTORS room roomUnion
SPEAK SPUKAT
AT A BANQUET BANOUHI
Union Services Will Be Held HeldToday HeldTOday HeldToday
Today and AssignmentsAnnounced Assignments AssignmentsAnnounced AssignmentsAnnounced
Announced AnnouncedBishop
Bishop Joseph Berry of Buffalo who whois
is presiding p dln at the annual session of ofthe ofbe ofthe
the Utah Methodist Episcopal mission missionnow
now being held in Salt Lake walt w the theguest thet thegvest
guest t of honor at a banquet held at atoclock atIi
Ii oclock last evening at the Liberty
Park M 1 E church Covers were laid Jaidf laidfir
f fir > 1 r 100 The guests ffUe ts Included the theMethodist theMethodist theMethodist
Methodist pastors from all parts p r of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the state who are in Salt Lake attend attending attendIng attending ¬
ing the session of the mission and a afew afew afew
few other invited guests guestsAt
At the banquet Rev Dr F B Short ShortDMtor Shortpa Shortpastor
pastor pa tor of the First M E church of ofSalt ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake was toastmmter to Responseswere Responses Responsewere
were we made by Bishop Berry B rry Rev HJ II IIJ
J Talbot superintendent of 0 the Utah Utahmission Utahmission Utahmission
mission Rev G W V McCreery of Qg
den Rev G W Work presiding elderof elder elderof
of the Richfield district and Rev D DM DIl DM
M Craven pastor of the Liberty Park ParkM
M E church churchThe ch churchThe urcb urcbThe
The annual session of the Utah mis mission misslon mission ¬
sion will probably come me to a close this thiseventa Ualspellln thinevening
eventa evening when BishoP Blsho Berry will make makethe makethe makethe
the assignments of pa pastors ora At yesterdays yes yesterdays yesrdaTs ¬
terdays session reports were receivedfront received receivedfrom receivedfrom
from all of the th reJrt8 standtnrcommittees standtnrcommitteesMost suutdlair hI Committees CommitteesMost onam1tteeJt
Most t of these wore weepp p pu silly r iy formal and andaroused androused Rd RdroWled
aroused but little discussion dJ At the theOpening theOpenlllg thebpening
Opening of yesterdays forenoon meet meeting meetIng ¬
ing Bishop Berry urged the importance importanceof
of the midweek prayer service andasked and andasked andked
asked ked the pastors to urge a larger largerattendance largerattendance largerattendance
attendance at this service The sta statistical IItati statistical ¬
tistical ti tical report of the mission showing showingthe
the work of the church in Utah during
the past pa t year was submitted A com committee committee committee ¬
mittee was appointed to select the next nextmeeting nextmeeting nextmeeting
meeting plac This committee wlU willmake wlUmake wlUmake
make its report to the superintendent superintendentof
of the mission some time before Jan 1 1The 1The 1The
The annual love feast of Methodist Meth Methodist Iethodlst ¬
odist church in Utah wiV Id In Inthe Inthe inthe
the First Methodist church clock clockthis clocktbls clockthis
this morning Rev David W V C ne mewho newho newho
who it is expected is to be siren ITen charge chargeof
of the Miff M I E church of Salt Lake Lakefor Lakefor Lakefor
for the coming year will preside at atthe atthe atthe
the love feast feastAll fealtAll feastAll
All of the Methodist churches in thestate the thestate thestate
state will hold union services at 1045 1045oclock 1045oclock 1045oclock
oclock at the First M E church of ofSalt ofSalt ofSalt
Salt Lake Bishop Berry will deliver deliverthe
the sermon at this service In the theevening tbeevening theevening
evening a mass meeting of young po pople popIe pople
ple will be held at the same me church churchBishop churchBishop churchBishop
Bishop Berry will speak at the meet
ingREPUBLICAN Ing IngREPUBLICAN IngREPUBLICAN
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REPUBLICAN CITY CITYCAMPAIGN CITYCAMPAIGN CITYCAMPAIGN
CAMPAIGN TO OPEN OPENi
i < i > The city campaign will be beopened 4 4opened < t topened >
opened by the Republican city citycommittee eltycommittee 0 0C
C < U > > committee this week when there therewill Q Qxs Gwill
xs > will be a meeting of the committee committeeto 0 0to 0to < >
> to arrange for a convention for 0 0the 0the < S Sthe >
< the nomination of candidates candidatesThis < >
< > This meeting will probably be held heldFriday 1 1Friday Ec
c < > Friday evening the time and andplace andplace 8 8place <
< > place to be decided within a day dayor G < >
g or two 4 4INSANE CGGOO >
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INSANE MAIS MAN IS WANTED WANTEDJoseph
Joseph Kenworthy who threw a stone atonethrough stonethrough stonethrough
through the glass door of the office ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the postofflce inspector Thursday Thur clay afternoon after afternoon afternoon ¬
noon is wanted in Evanston where he heescaped heescaped heescapedfrom
escapedfrom escaped from the state mental hospitalabout hospital hospitalabout hospitalabout
about three months monthsSheriff ago agoSheriff agoSheriff
Sheriff Joseph Sharp called the Wyooming Wyo Wyoomlng Wyoomlng
omlng institution at Evanston Evan ton by tele teterphone telephone telephone
phone yesterday and the officers there theretaid thereId theresaid
said = Id they would send a deputy for Ken Kenworthy Kenworthy Kenworthy
worthy immediately In this event the thecharge thecharge thecharge
charge of insanity preferred againstthf against
the th man Frldav wlllbe dismissed
Vital Strength Strengthcomes
comes from proper properfood properfood properfood
food If you want to be beready beready beready
ready for opportunities opportunitiesfood
food that is quickly ab absorbed absorbed absorbed ¬
sorbed by the blood andstored and andstored andstored
stored up in the brain brainnerves brainnerves brainnerves
nerves and muscles asvital as asvital asvital
vital energy must bemade be bemade b bmade
made a part of your reg regular regular regular ¬ I
ular routine routineSuppose routineSuppose
f fSuppose
Suppose you tryGRAPENUTS try tryGRAPENUTS tryGRAPENUTS
GRAPENUTS with withcream w withcream th thcream
cream for breakfast breakfastEat breakfastEat
Eat slowly and note the thecomfortable thecomfortable thecomfortable
comfortable feeling ofvitality of ofvitality ofvitality
vitality that stayswith stays stayswith stayswith
with you till noonTheres noon noonTheres noonTheres
Theres a Reason KeasonEead ReasonRead ReasonRead
Read The Road toWellville to toWellville toW
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ULCERATED100IH UlCERATfD 1001H CAUSE CAUSEOF
OF YOUNG YOUNGOILS GliiLS DEATH DEATHBlood
Blood Poisoning in Virulent V1l1 ent FormTakes Form FormTakes FormTakes
Takes life of Little Amy Gilles Gillespie GillesI
I pie pieDentist Dentist Exonerated ExoneratedBlood
Blood poisoning in its most virulent form formsetting formsetting formsetting
setting In after two ulcerated teeth had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been pulled last Tuesday Tu 8day caused the death deathof
of little 6yearold Amy Gllleaple at B Boclock ftoclock aoclock
oclock yesterday afternoon She was the thedaughter thedaughter thedaughter
daughter of Mr and Airs Irs John S Glllee Gllleepie Gillespie
pie of 819 West North Temple street streetMonday streetMDnday streetMonday
Monday the little girl complained for thefirst the thefirst therlrst
first time of a badly ulcerated tooth toothWithin toothWithin toothWithin
Within a few hours the entire left jaw jawhad jawhad jawhad
had swollen abnormally and the ulcera ulceration ulceration ulceration ¬
tion had spread to several teeth Tuesday Tueedaythe TuesdAthe
the child was in a critical condition from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the pain and was hurried to a dentist dentistwho dentistwho dentistwho
who extracted two back teeth and relieved relievedthe
the swelling temporarily Wednesday the thechild thechild thechild
child was critically ill and Dr A S SBower SBower SBower
Bower was called in He pronounced the thepoisoning thepol8ontng thepoisoning
poisoning due to the ulcerated teeth and anddeclared anddeclared anddeclared
declared that the blood had been infected infectedbefore Intect Infectedbefore d dbetore
before the teeth had been extracted thus thusexonerating thusexonraUng thusexontrating
exonerating the dentist t from all blame in inthe Inthe inthe
the case caseThe caseThe caseThe
The little girl grew rapidly worse and anddied anddied anddied
died after terrible suffering late yesterday yester yesterday yesterda ¬
day da afternoon at the family home The Thefuneral Tbtfuneral Thefuneral
funeral will be held from the home tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row afternoon atterB on at 2 oclock Burial will be bein beIn beIn
in the City Ct cemeteryI cemetery cemeteryNEW telY t
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I I I NEW INCORPORATIONS J I
Twenty mining claims near Binghamhave Bingham Bingnamhave Binghamhave
have been consolidated CO under the title of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Bingham Mining Milling company companywhich companywhich companywhich
which filed articles of incorporation with withthe withthe withthe
the county clerk yesterday ye terday The capital capitalstock capitalstock capitalstack
stock is 1000000 in shares of 1 each of ofwhich orwhich ofwhich
which 500000 are held as treasury stock stockThe stockThe stockThe
The claims are the Pony Clam Sunny Sunnyside Sunnysid Sunnyside
side Rambler Rambler Nos 1 2 and andPort X XPort 3 3Port
Port Arthur Port Arthur Nos lr 1 2 and andJupiter S SJupiter 3Jupiter
Jupiter Old Cabin Last Time Last Ln t TIme TimNo TImeNo1 TimeNo
No No1 1 Calendar Calendar Nos 1 2 and 3 3and 3and 3and
and the Lone Tree These are valued at
125000 In addition to these claims the thecompany tbPCfmpany thetympany
company takes over 198 acres of unpatented unpat unpatented unp t tEnted
ented lands MO OO acres under mineral loca leeetion location location ¬
tion and 113 acres patented on option optionOfficers optionOfficers pUonOfficers
Officers are John McDonald of Binghampresident Bingham Blnghampresident Binghampresident
president Otto E Parsons Bingham vice viceptcsident viceplHildent Icepresident
president James E Smith Bingham Binghamsec Binghamsecretary sec secretary secretary ¬
retary and treasurer These with Carl B BFerlln BFerlln BFeriin
Ferlln Herman V Carlson Carl on Francis J JMallett JMallett 1Mallett
Mallett and William S Dalton compose composethe OOjDP oojnpouethe III IIItbe
the board of directors directorsREAL dlrectonr dlrectonREAL directorsREAL r
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS TRANSFERSEmily
Emily P Weber rt t > t al to Charles EStarna E EStarna EStarOll
Starna part of lot 7 Jock II IIplat IIplat
plat A AHugh 15190 SMO SMOHugh MII MIIHUAh
Hugh Anderson et al to PierceAnderson PierceAn PierceAnderson PIerceAnderson
derson Realty company part of 1 lot lotS lotblock t tE
S block M plat A 1 1Hannah 1Hannah 1Hannah
Hannah Anderson et al to PIerce FierceAnderson PIerceAnde11lOn PierceAnderson
Anderson Realty company pert of oflot ollot oflot
lot S block K N plat A 1 1Aaron 1Aaron 1Aaron
Aaron Garskle et aL to C E J Rice Ricelots RI RIIota Ricelots
lots 9 and 19 block 4 East Park Parksubdivision ParksubdiVision Parksubdivision
subdivision M MSalt 1 1Salt 10Salt
Salt Lake Security A Trust company companyto
to Aaron Garside southeast part of ofblock ofblock ofblock
block 1 itt1 plat D 10Annie M MAnnie 18Annie
Annie Lewis to Fred Oatllng part of oflot ollot oflot
lot 2 block 64 4 plat C 1869 1869Moses 1 1M 180AMoses
Moses M Hallett to William Butter Butterworth Butterworth Butterworth
worth half interest in lot 2 block blockK blockplat
K I plat A M2B9 M2B9George 10 10George lela9George
George W Clayton estate to William WilliamButterwortli W1111a1RButterworth W9111ataButterworth
Butterworth half interest in part partof putof
of lot 2 block l 85 plat AElijah A 1t 1tElijah l 9Bt 9BtElijah
Elijah Thompson Thomp on et aL aLto to J Walter WalterEllingson WalterEllingson WalterEllingson
Ellingson part of lot 12 block 17 17plat 11plat 17plat
plat A AMaria AMaria i iMarta
Maria 1 L Mlllard to AshtonJenhlw ABbtonJen1fh1tllcompany AshtonJenkinscompany AshtonJenhlwcompany
company part of lot 4 block Si Siplat Stplat 9lplat
plat A H HSarah 1JSarah 17Sarah
Sarah A Garr Burton to Kimball KimballRichards KimballRichards A ARichards
Richards Iou 78 and 79 block 3 3Burton 3Durto 3Burton
Burton place placeJohnHewm I a JI JIJobll litJohn
JohnHewm John Hewitt it wttt to James W WbrraH WbrraHiota Worranlots rotTalli
iota 6 and p I fe block 12 J Oakley OakteyPioneer i iPioneer iPioneer
Pioneer Roofing RoofingFurnished RoofingFurnished RoofingFurnished
Furnished laid and guaranteed by byLAMBERT byLAMBERT byLAMBERT
LAMBERT PAPER CO COMARRIAGE COMARRIAGE
0 0MARRIAGE
MARRIAGE LICENSESAlexander LICENSES LICENSESi LICENSESAlexander LICENSESAlexander
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Alexander Brown of Salt Lake LakeAgnes lAkeABnea LakeAgnes
Agnes Donaldson Barclay of Salt Lake LakeJames lAkeJames LakeJames
James L I Johnson Jou of Salt Lake LakeMaud LakeXaud LakeMaud
Maud Justesen of Salt Lake LakeRalph LakeRalph LakeRalph
Ralph Draper of Salt lAke LafceLillian lAkeLWlan LalteLillian
Lillian N Edgar r of SaltLake SaltLakeFrank Salt Lake LakeFrank lAkeFrank
Frank C Tuney of Salt Lake LakeTheodoaia IAikeTbeodOllla LakeTheodosla
Theodoaia M CoM of Haigler Neb NebHorace NebHorace NebHorace
Horace I Bettts of Englewood CaL CaLMay CaLMay CalMay
May F Brown of Providence R I IWinifred IWinifred 1Winifred
Winifred Huggett of Salt Lake LakeEtta LakeEtta LakeEtta
Etta Weaver of Salt Lake LakePerry LakePerry LakePerry
Perry A Houston of Junction City OU KanFrances Kan KanFrances KanFran
Frances Fran L Heldy of Junction City CIt KenMiss Kan KanMia Kanr Kan1I
r
Mia 1I III Esther Allen will open op her vio violin vi0lin violin ¬
lin studio for the fall term at Harnmoitf HarnmoitfHall Hanuno HanunoRan
Hall corner Third East and Third ThirdSouth TklrdSouth ThirdSouth
South Wednesday Sept 9 Bell tele telephone telephone talephone ¬
phone 4392 4392Miss 4atl 4392Miss
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Miss l 1 8 Ada E Bentleys private privatasebOI privatasebOItor school schoolfor
for grade and high school pupils will willopen willopen willopen
open Sept 8 8For aFor 3For
For further Information address Gor Gordon Gordon Gordon ¬
don Academy Bell telephone 118 118e 118Annie 115Annie
4 4Annie e
Annie Beaant is to lecture in Barrau Barranhall Barrauhall Barrauban
hall on Sept 7 I 1909 on the subject of ofTheoaophy ofTheosophy ofTheosophy
Theosophy Its Meaning and an Value ValueMrs ValueAlva
Mrs 118 Besant is known throughout the theworld tbeworld theworld
world for her oratorical ability her herwonderful herwonderful herwonderful
wonderful ki kleaa as and her compassion for forthose fortboiJe forthose
those who suffer sufferTickets sufferTickets sufferTickets
Tickets 55 5 cents on sale at Nortons Nortonsbook Norronsbook Nortonsbook
book store 27 Fast Third South and at atDeseret atDe8eret atDream
Dream t News book store storeThief storeJ storeBURGLAR storeOUCAR
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BURGLAR IS ISSCARED SCARfD AWAY AWAYThief
Thief Steals One Bracelet From Home Homeof
of C Armiston and Makes His HisEscape HisEscape HisEscape
Escape EscapeThe
The residence re k1ence of Clark Anniston of No NoShelmerdine Noi
5 Shelmerdine court was entered at about
10 oclock Saturday night by an unknown unknownman
man and a gold bracelet was stolen stolenThe stol4mThe stolenThe
The family left their home at about 8oclock 8 Soclock 8oclock
oclock to do some shopping As they en entered entered entered ¬
tered the house about 10 oclock Mrs MrsArmiaton MrsArmleton MrsArinisten
Armiaton saw the feet of a man disappear disappearout
out of the bathroom window She notified notifiedth notified notifiedthe
th the ponce and the patrol wagon two twomounted twomounted twomounted
mounted men and the motorcycle police policeman pOliceman policeman ¬
man hurried to the place Upon Investi Investigation Invealtlon Itnvesi Itnvesigatlon ¬
gation tlon it was found that the burglar had hadJust hadJust hadjust
Just started at t his work and had only onlysecured onlysecured onlysecured
secured the bracelet braceletEntrance braceletICntrance braceletEntrance
Entrance to the house was secured securedthrough securedthlOlsh securedthrough
through the bathroom window windowBANKER windowBANKER windowBANKER
BANKER DECLARES DECLARESWIZARD DECLARESWIZARD DECLARESWIZARD
WIZARD IS BETTER BETTERContinued BETTERContinued BETTERContinued
Continued from Page 1 1sentatlves 1Hntatlves 1sentatives
sentatlves of the vast Standard Oil In Interests Intere Interests ¬
tere terests UJ have financed Mr Harrirnans Harrirnansambitions HarrlmanstIomf
ambitions ambitionsennd tIomf and pledged success to his ven ventures ventures ventuma ¬
tuma tumaI tures turesI
I came here today said Mr Schlff Schlffon Schlfton
on a personal visit not n t on business businesswhich buslnesswhich businesswhich
which is but another way of saying that thati thatbe
he i was anxious in his own behalf to see aeelust seejust seeJu
lust Ju t how ill Mr Harriman is Mr II Schiff
departed outwardly satisfied and spoke spokewith spokewith
with a ring of sincerity In his voice I Isat Isat Isat
sat on the porch with Mr 11 Harriman he hesaid hpsaid hesaid
said and to me he seemed cheerful and andjtofr andt
t of at all a dangerously sick man I did didnot didnot didnot
not talk business with him It has been beenreiterated beenreiterated beenretterated
reiterated that what Air Harriman needs needsmore needsmore needsmore
more than anything else is rest restLITTLE natLITTLE restLITTLE
LITTLE CHILD IS DEAD DEADSon
Son of Bishop Woodruff Dies of ofWhooping ofWhoopfng ofWhooping
Whooping Cough CoughJust CoughJust CoughJust
Just before midnight last night after afterjattljng1 afterbattijng afterbattijng
battijng for three weeks with a severe severecase severecase Overecase
case of meningitis and whooping cough coughhe coughtbe coughthe
he ISmonthsold son of Bishop Blahopand and Mrs MrsCharles MrsCharles MrsCharles
Charles S Woodruff of the Thirteenth Thirteenthward
ward gave up u the struggle and passed passedaway passedaway passedaway
away awayAn awayAnettort awayAn
An Anettort effort had been made to save thelittle the theIttle thetittle
little ones life by removing romovlnghlm him from fromthe fromthE fromthe
the city to the tl ° rountrv The ThefRther father and andmother andmother
mother camp ramprd i for II some days on Cotton Cottonwood Cottonwood Cottonwood I
wood creek near the old Walker farm farmut farmbut
but > ut the i ibUd ld grew rapidly worse Ar Arargemers AIralgemnts Arraegemersts I
argemers for the funeral will be made madetoda madetoday
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NEW SKIN REMEDY REMEDYSTOPS REMEDYSTOPS REMEDYSTOPS
STOPS ALL ITCHING ITCHINGSkin
Skin Troubles of f Adults and nd Infants InfantsQuIcklyCured InfantsQulckIY InfanteQulckly
QuIcklyCured QuIcklyCuredWhen QulckIY Cured CuredWhen CurcdWhen
When it t la known that poslaro p Bf1m the h new newskin newkin newskin
skin discovery dfse very will stop tha t a torturous torturousItching t torturousitching rturousItohlI
Itching ItohlI g at attending a 8ndlnl eczema wlththo wi whir tho first firstappUcatlou tlrstappleatloa firstappltcatioa
appUcatlou and bring IH1tt Immediate relki relkiand r ralieiand tld tldand
and comfort oornfortto to sufferers from all skin skintroubles skiDtroubles skintroubles
troubles Its merit will be appreciated and anaits andIts andits
its wonderful success understood On the thetender thetender thetender
tender skin of chafing Infants jjoelaro jjoelaronay lOEIlamay poelarrracy
nay ay be used with soothing and beneficial beneficialeffects boneftelaJeffects beneficialeffects
effects It is applied externally and its itsremarkable Itsremarkable itsremarkable
remarkable healing powers begin at once onceAH onceAll onceAll
All skin diseases cJIHe Including eczema acne acneherpee acnehilrpee acneherpes
herpes rash tetter etc yield immediatey immedi immediately ImmediAtely ¬
ately to poslam po Iam Occasional applications applicationsin
in small quantities will ill quickly banish banishpimples banishpimples banishpimples
pimples hives blackheads blotches and andwill andwUl andtval
will relieve and cure Itching feet scaly scalyscalp scalyealp scalyscalp
scalp humors etc A special SQeent SQeentpackage IiOCMlntpackage 50centpackage
package is t prepared for those who use useposlam uepos1m usepoelarr
poslam for these minor skin troubles troublesThis troublesThla troublesThis
This as well as the regular twodollar twodollarar
jar ar Is on sale at the F J Hill Drug Co Coand Coand Coand
and other leading dogr do ug stores in Salt Lake LakeCity LakoCity LakeCity
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the Emergency Laboratories 31 pest pestTwentyfifth West Westrweatyflfth Westrwentytifth
rweatyflfth Street New York YorkHelds YorkHeld YorkHelds
Helds band b nd at Liberty Llbertypork park this thisafternoon thisafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon afternoonLawn afternoonLawn afternoonLawn
Lawn Mowers 26 6 per cent Off Z C M I ILatnoreaux ILamoreaux ILamoreaux
Lamoreaux tune pianos Forest 280K 280KHelds 3IOKJ 3IOKHelds 830KHelds
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Helds band at Liberty park this thisafternoon thIsafternoon thisafternoon
afternoon
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Have a bottle In your medicine medicinechest medicinechest medicinechest
chest you may need it any mo moment moment mowent ¬
ment during the month of Aug August Augnat ¬
nat ustOnly Only 25c a bottle bottlePrescriptions bottlePre bottlePrescriptions
Prescriptions Pre s c l i p t Ion iii carefully c and andpromptH andpromptl andpromptly
promptly filled filledour our ur charges are arealways arealays arealways
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Another great economy has been effected in electric light by the inven invention invention invention ¬
tion of the new Tungsten lamp It is built like the ordinary carbon in incandescent incandescent incandescent ¬
candescent in every respect but the little wire filament inside i ide the bulb bulbwhich bulbwhich bulbwhich
which is made of a rare metal called Tungsten and radiates two and a ahalf ahalf ahalf
half times as much light with the same amount of current It there therefore therefore therefore ¬
fore cuts light bills in two or gives igives more than twice as much light for forthe forthe forthe
the same money moneyHouseholders moneyHouseholders moneyHouseholders
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bills should sho ld not fail to experiment with Tungsten lamps for their ownsatisfaction own oirnsatisfaction ownsatisfaction =
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Will be the last day on which you can canget canget canget
get your name and address among the theregular theregular theregular
regular listings in the October issue issueCall issueCall issueCall
Call Main 1 ask for City Contract De Department Department Department
partment and place your order forBell for forBell forBell
Bell Service NOW so that your name namewill namewill namewill
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Weather Forecast for Today TodayFAIn TodayFAInA TodayFAIRRDNER FAIR FAIRA
A fine lot of Mens Soft SoftShirts Shirts to be beworn Mens Fine Dress Shirts pleated and andplain andworn
GA GARDNER GARDNERREMOVAL RDNER
REMOVAL worn with separata collar a complete completeline txnn p plain front separate or attached cuffs cuffsthe cuffsthe GARDNER GARDNERREMOVAL
the seasons handsomest patterns These Theseshirts The e REMOVAL REMOVALSALE
5 1 line except aieee ifc 1 and lit 1 light and andmedium
f shirts are for men who want a really reallyfine reallymedium SALE SALEA
rose rro rr rrI medium colors Regular HM < 1 1e ff ffvalues 00 fine article Regular price 2 < 1 160 l Gf Gfie 60 k k1e f
I values now pJLUU removal price priceFinal pricer9 ie plDU
Final r r9 r9r Clearance of Men s Suits SuitsA
A Big Lot of Suits to Choose from at Only OnlyThis
5 Five Dollars 5 5This
This is a monster bargain bargaina a genuine snap snapvalues values that cannot possibly be duplicated It is our final effort to clear clearup 01811up oleriLrup
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up our stock of Suits before removal The colors are medium and light only onlyYOUNG on1yYOUNG onlyYOUNG
YOUNG MENS SUITS 490 YOUNG MENS SUITS 390 390A 390JptQf 390Alot
Alot A lot JptQf of several dozen Young Mens Suits light colors A big variety of Young Mens Suits some of which sold soldsixes soldallots ld lds
> sixes s s 32 3 1 33 34 and 35 only 16 to 19 Many are values regularly up to 15001 1500 all light colors siaei IeI 32 30 34 34that 34l 34that
that sold regularly l up to 1500 15 Final Clear l A fat and 35 only l 16 to t 19 Final Clearanceante Clearance Clearanceance
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The Sale Begins Tomorrow T omorrow Monday Morning Morning25c Q 5Q 5 9 925c
25c Boston darters Gart Garters20c rs 20c 20c50c ON a 225 Kid Gloves 175 17550c 17550c
50c Suspenders 40c 40c3oo R 6 350 Felt F i oft lt Hats H 275 27535c 27535c
35c Hose 25c 25c75o 100 Suspenders 75c75i 75c 75cV0
75o 75 > Neckwear N 55c CN t ST s511 V0 O Auto Duster 275

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