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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH WEDNESDAY NOV 10 1909 I 9
WANTS TO WHISll I
SAYS LOCAL MAN
L E Anderson of Annex I
Apartments Becomes
Cooper Convert I
SUFFERED YEARS IS WELL
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EXPRESSES STRONG BELIEF IN
EASTERNERS THEORIES II I I
The young COOJe1 stomach man who
fs loeetlng the public at the Smith drug I
stOre at the Busy Corner had a stren
uous time time yesterdAY An endless i
stream of humanity flowed Into the store I
to have him explaIn his theories and medi
cInes and most of the time It was a
dl1fkult matter to get within speaking
distance of him
Among his callers were some pnthusl I
ast on the subject of his treatment who
la become convinced his claims arc I
genuine Several of these persons ex
pres31 them elves toretbl In explain I
Ing the reasons for their belief In the
IDJ I Among them was L IL Anderson
u J lives at No9 In Uta Annex Apart I
D1fots Salt Lake City He said
1 have been a V1y sick man for a
nllmbtr of yt Irs ffing from stom
a i II trouble I had nr desire to eat as
crv meal n muttr how light or
arfftJlIy preldj was sure to be fOl l
d by a tJTlble pain In the stol11ac11
I d Conltanth fufferlng from gas on
tur stomach unt this at times amounted
t tnp worst kmtl of torture I had a
hradaeh almo 1 ollstantlv to such 1m
extent that I fflt as though Ii steel was
drawn tightly around my head I felt
L 1 sPd all lilt tim and iad 11I1Td
hfuI imnent for years 1 belive
A trd tverytffluig HI tI < Ctora could think
i rnhmg hut ull the mediein tailct
T t s the 1i1htest improvement All
f JTf dourmrnt took hold of 1Ilt I
f ntl 1 feared I would have to give i
till posItion 1 held I
N lIly a month ago I leaned from
1 IIls about Cooper and his medkin I
I 1 < persuaded to give them Ii trial and I
1 gin taking one of his preparaliolls For
a ouplt of week I could notice no change
ut dwr that he effect of the treat
JIIIt Iwgan tel show My appetite be
I 4r stronger and I had no pains after
l U t now get up In the morning after
a sound shoep feeling aa I did when a
J have 110 more headacllp can eat
rN good meals a day and feel gO cheer
f 1 that I want to sing or whistle most
l tilt Urn I go to business work hard
1 tt a Cpar brain and come home at
IM fPliD glad that I am alive Pee
t mnot completely understand what
V S I1lptlkme does until they try It
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I In the circulars lis I
tributed by Franks I
1lotliing store an I
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nouneing their removal I
sale it is stated that I
HIoualh shirts viII
he sold for In ccnts
This is a trlographicalI I
rlOl and should ICal I
79 lltS lt the latter
Ilie only will they be I
sold II I I
s Franks Clothing I
Store I
s East 1st St South
The nlan on Sixth
SOUth vas the latest to
add his testimony
We s1il it was better
coal He says its the
best
Blue Wagons
Bring it r
Western Fuel Co
Critchlow Fischer Kittle
Cable Address uWesfnco
Phones 719 73 Main Street
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Mens Fall
Suits
Uri trI bClIt tatiria best pat
tCroKbtlIt qunl1iIe
Wear your suit anti enJny It wiiiir I
youre myluw for 1tlIlr InymCnt
plan makes it 4Sy tu dress rjglU t
100 a week
400 a month
Western Outfit Co
TilE QUIIn STOltE
ca Stnte St OIIollte linut ford
mcP6Larnp
ae aaUeorfts bright and atudy lIrbt aim
Ie coDtructlon and absolute aafety nasla
test lmproyed btlrucr Made ofbrs through
sat and nlccI llatcd Bnry lamp wanaiztcd
Writ to nCA reSt sgency tf not at your delQa
totmNENTl OIL COtPAUJ
rn
See Franks removal sale ad on
page 111
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Men Are as Helpless as Ohil
dren
When Tnken Suddenly Illllerc Is n
COJJunouSeulle Safeguard
Big strong man is as a helpless In
fant when ne Is sUddenly m The
sturdiest chap In town usually loses his
selfcontrol and Is utterly unable to
regard his condition with the common
sense that characterizes his every day
actions
For example He comes home tired
eats a heavy dinner and sits down to
read and smoke away a quiet evening
Suddenly he notices a weight on his
stomach then sharp pains around his
heart and a feeling of suffocation
Thought of heart disease rush over
him and In hb agony he fears the
worst
His trouble was acute Indigestion
brought on by overloading his tired
stomach
A couple of Dyspepsia Tablets would
have given him Instant reliefwould
have saved him hours of suffering
Carry a package of Rexall DyspepsIa
Tablet In your vest pocket or keep
them In jour room Take one after
each heavy meal and indigestion will
not bother you
Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets remedy
stomach troubles by supplying the one
element the absence of which In the
gastric juices causes Indigestion and
dyspepsIa They aid the stomach to
digest food and to quickly convert It
Into rich red blood and material neces
sary for overcomIng natural body
waste
We know what Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets are and what they wilt do Vo
guarantee them to relieve indigestion
and dyspepsIa If they fall we will re
fund your money Three sizes 2
cents 50 cents and 100 Remember
you can obtain Rexall Remedies In Salt
Lake City osly at our storesThe Rex
all Stores Smith Drug Co Inc The
Bus Corner Smith Drug Co Xo 2
106 So Main St and Druehl Frank
en 271 So Main St
FLORISTS
E A tAIBOURNE FLORAL CO
Xo S South Main with lIesHorne
Drug Co Leadl1g Florists on funeral
designs Phones 371
RICHARD E EVANS 6 SO MAIN
St Both phones 961 Residence 1472 In
diana avenue
WALTER W KING FLORIST
214 E 2d South Phones 37 Specialist ori
funeral desIgns and everything floral
WANTEDMALE HELP
ANTEDFlrstdass clothing sales
man Franks 2l East 1st South
FOR SALEMISCELLANEOUS
SALEEnUre store fixtures 111
eluding burglarproof safes cash regis
ters office desks shoW cases and wall
cAReS Another party hits leased tho
building and these must be sold nt once
Come tn and make us an offer at 212
South Stlt str et
A CLOSE SHAVE
Many of Them Happening Every Day
but Soon Forgotten
Close shaves would be of mdre frequent
occurrence but for the tender faces of
many men which wilt not permit of shav
Ing often Heretofore nothing has been
saId In these columns about polam 1
new skin discovery In connection with Its
use after shaving Its publicity and sales
have been confined almost exclusively t
Its remarkable properties as an eczema
cure It stops the itchhfg at once and
cures the worst cases In a few days
While the application of poslam after
shaving Is one of Its minor uses such as
for pimples the complexion etc shavers
wilt find It a revelation as It does for ab
rasions roughn1ss and severe scraplngs
What It does or all manner of skin dlffl
cultieshenls and cures In a few hours It
Is the only article possessing real anti
septic and curative value that has ever
been exploited for this purpose and will
s othe and tone up the skin as no toilet
preparation could possibly do
Poslam can be had for fifty cents at any
reliable druggists particularly the F J
Hill Drug company who make a spEclalty
ot It Or the Emergency Laboratories
No 32 West 25th street New York City
will send a trial supply free by mail to
any ono who will write for It This Is suf
ficient to show results In 21 hours
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Liquor Co
Wholesalers
Snit Lake City
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The New Halt Lake
SUBWAY
ViII Be Opeii Soon
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Ne mans
Monoxide
Tooth Powder
and
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Tooth Paste
° The Wizard of the Teeth
Can be bought at present at the
following stores
DouU Drug Co
GodbePltts Drug Co
Hill Drug Co
Halliday Drug Ch
F C Schramm Drug Store
Smith Drug Co
i SmithBailey
I Drug Co
Wholesale DistrIbuter
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Beware ot Substitution and Substl
tutors
WHAT IS HYOMEI
You Haye Heard About the Catarrh
Cure F C Scl1ramm Guarantees
Hyomel is a wonderful antiseptic so
I powerful that it promptly destroys germ
I life yet Its action on the mucous mem
I brane Is extremely soothing and healing
It relieves catarrh In five mInutes It
cures In a few weeks or money back
It Is made chiefly of eucalyptus and
eucalyptol taken from the eucalyptus
forests of Inland Australia The medi
cal profession knows that eucalyptus Is
an absolutely certaIn germ destroyer
and with the active principles ot eu
calyptus as a base Hyomel is made
more efficient pleasant and quick act
Ing by the addition of Thymol an anti
septic and disinfectant largely employed
In the Llsterian System Guaiacol and
other Important medicinal agents are
also included In the Homel formula
which without doubt Is the greatest
destroyer of catarrh germs the world
has ever known
Hyomel Is a powerful penetrating
antiseptic that Is pleasant to ue It
does not contain a particle Of cocaine
opium or any habitforming or Injuri
ous drug
No dosing the stomach when you use
Hyomel Just breathe It In through the
small Inhaler that comes with each out
fit Sold by leading druggists eve
where and in Salt Lake City by F C
Schramm 100 for complete outfit
MIONA
CUres IndiQestion
It relieves stomach misery sour stm
acb belching and cures all stomach dis
ease or money back Large box of tab
lets 50 cents P11g ftsin all toVrIli
f
Mulletts Clothing Store
Bigger and Better Than Ever
Get in the Wear Mullett
well dressed Clothing Company
circle clothes
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fA great many men prefer clothes that are
distinctly different in style Ve are prepared
to please such men Ye are shoving distinc
tive Millie Clothing ConlpallY Inodels for
this Fall Theyre mighty pretty suitsthe
newest out
15 20 and 25
Shoes that are right350 to 700
ffVatch our show windows Friday and Sat
urday specials every week
Mullett Clothing Company
FRED A ShADE reltldlnt
Half block west from Main on Second South
Our mall order department 18 always in rorkIng order
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An Entirely New Limited Train
CHICAGO to NEW YORK
IN 22 HOURS
New York Central No6
via
Lake ShoreNew York Central
Leave Chicago 1015 A M
Arrive New York 915 A M
Effective November 7th
etlibrary car standard drawingroom sleeping cars
observation car dining car electric lighted throughout
valet maid manicure stock reports magazines and news
papers No coach passengers All trains from the West
and Northwest arrive in time for this connection
ALL OTHER TRAINS UNCHANGED
CHICAGO tONEW YORK
11 trains
a day t
Lake ShoreNew York Central
AU trains depart from La Salle Street Station the only
railroad station on the Chicago elevatd loop and arrive
at Grand Central Station the only railroad terminal in i
New York City
Erwin Tears Warren J Lynch
General Jlot Pns ener
FnssenrTfflc3lgr
Delulrtmeot
1017 17th St DenCr Colo Chlenyo IL
Expert Kodak Finishing I
Shlplerg commercial photographers
151 South Main st second floor
Job White Is hele agaIn Its time
Been away three months Independent
p1one 326
Removal Sale
Big reductions In WallPaper and
Framed PIctures Vlll move Jan It
G doors north of present location to our
new istory building
UEO W EBERT CO
67 Main
A FRENCH AEROPLANIST
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Count De Lambert the French aero
pianist who starting from the nro
drome at Juvlsy In a Wright biplane
hew to Paris an airline dlstanle of about
a dozen miles then after maneuvering
over the city at an average height of
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410 o t h as lrlded r rlcs to 1 i
feet When he passd scera1 hundred feet
I above the Effe tnwll whose heIght is
9tH fet lhC official time of the flight
I wAs 4939 Tn above picture shows the
count just about to start for Paris hold
ing the levers of the steering gear
INDIAN IN AMBUSH TO KiLL
FATHER TIME ON COLD DAYS II I I I
Unglo an Indian is disconsolate
and he has joined the ranks of the
wobegone all because he escapej
from the city jail Iinslo for three
successive winters has been a familiar I
figure about the corridors of the city
jail But he escaped yesterday there
fore in his heart Is unutterable sadnes
With the Increasing sharpness of the
nights warning shoes and vagrants
that winter Is waiting around the cor
ner for a good chance to nip them with
cold the human birds of passage are
beginning to throng the police court
and show signs or pleasure according to
the length of their jail sentences
Tbose who get one month smile and
thoRe who get three fairly beam theIr
approbation
Iinglo who has been given days and
hours and other Inducements to get out
of town does not want to go He has
his eye upon the warm city jaIl with
three squares a day
So he allow himself to be arrested
I and brought befon Judge Bowman He
was recognized as one of the regu
lars and it was Immediately surmised
that he was trying to break into jail
Although no one woulil have stopped
him If he had tried to escape lInglo
just stood around with a hopeful ex
pression on his face
One of the officers of the police court
told Minglo what he thought of a
worthies nogood Indian who wanted
to Impose the expense or hIs keep upon
the city 1IInglo still looked hopeful
The doorway was clearly pointed out to
lIInglo and his case was not called
After the other prisoners had been led
away 2lInglo sat still looking hopeful
on the end of the prisoners bench
FInally everybody had filed frdm the
court room except Clerk George Gutch
I The clerk saw the Indian still Ittlng
I there Picking up the complaint cluug
ling I Vagrancy against Hnllo Gutch
I wrote across the complaint for a rec
ord Escaped Minglo left the court
room still lokinl hoplflll
1 FLIES AGAINST A GALE I
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Hubert Latham who playing t t WON Illmdrod miles an hour
In a gale at Blackpool England demonstrating th lapablllties or the aeroplane
In the hands ot a daring pilot In a monoplane LatLm battltd with a gale blow
hg thirty milEs an hour and tWic lirled tilE cou c The machine at times
seemed to stand still In the all At time s when tie machine came In the wind Its
speed was from eighty to one hundred EltI ten miles an hJur
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1 I UNIVERSITY NOTES I
Miss Maude May Babcock director of
the University of Utah Dramatic club
has partially arranged for the trials of
the casts which will present Trelnwnej
of the Vells The first trout will be
the coming Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock
and will be on act I The second cast
will have a trial at 4 oclock on act II
The third cast will have their trout on
act IV at 43 oclock On Wednesday
the fifth cast wlll rehearse the second act
In order to stimulate research work In
medicine the university of Chicago In
affiliation with Rush Medical college Is
offering four scholarships each year for
the beat theses on medical research
Three fellowships will be given to under
graduate students and one to graduate
students ThE undergraduate fellowships
will be for iSO 120 and 00 The gradu
ate fellowship will be for lSO Students
of the UnIversity of Utah have been
asked to send their theses to the dean
of the Rush Medical college
Girls of the university will give their
annual dance of the year on Nov 19 ThIs
Is one of the bIggest dances of the year
The faculty Is making preparations for
the biggest get acquainted dance of
the year at their annual complimentary
dance to be given In the museum build
lag Friday nIght
CHICAGO AND RETURN 5500
Via D a R G R R Nov 1617 Good
Returning Dec 15
For the st1ut U S Land and Irs
gutton Exposition and National Live
Stock Exposition Dhorsc routu
SWfefH Thr further parUoulars call
at CiTy Tick t Office 01 raln street
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r I INCORPORATIONS 1
The Oak Creek Orchard company of
Salt Lake filed articles with the coun
ty clerk yesterday with a capital stock
of UOOOO The officers are J E
Ray president Clinton D Ray vice
president Web Green secretary M
E Ray treasurer These with S A
Greenwood are the directors The
company takes over 480 acres of land
In full payment for the capital stock
Articles of Incorporation of the Xlp
and Tuck Mining company were tllcd
with the county clerk yesterday The
capital stock Is 250000 Headquarters
are In Salt Lake OfCcers are J B
Case of Abilene Ran president C H
Thompson of Salt Lake vice president
IL P Clark of Salt Lake secretary and
treasurer These with J I White of
Salt Lake and George Weston are the
directors The company takes over
eIght claims In the Brat1shaw mining
district Beaver county
Thc Owl Drug company Incorporated
yesterday by filing articles with the
county clerk to carryon a drug busi
ness In Salt Lake The capital stock
Is 25000 Orrtcers are Walter IL
Dayton presIdent and manager Thom
as Freed vice president Newell Bee
man secretary and treasurer These
with Edna B Dayton and Damaris A
Beeman comprise the board ot t1lrec
tors
The Western Trading and Operating
compan of Pierre S D qualified to
do business in Utah by flUng a COP
of Its artlo1es of Imorporatlolj with
the secretary of stnte yesterday
George II hall Is prsidcnt w and Emily
Han Secretary or the company James
Ingebrotson Is named as the agentfor
Utah
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EDIBLES ARE INSPECTED I
State Food Commissioner Sends
Deputies Into Many Iso
lated Communities
WlIlard Hansen state food and dairy
commissioner within the net week ex
pects to receive reports from his deputies
wh have been working throughout vari
ous portions of the state on the sanitary
conditions prevailing In many sections at
establishments where food products are
prepared Heber C Smith one of the
deputies of the department who went to
the southern part of the state over two
weeks ago Is expected back the last of
the week according to letters which have
been received from him 1t the office
Mr Smith has gone Into several die
trlcts which are some distance from the
railroads and according to the reports
which have reached the commissioners
office the residents or these districts
have been pleased to have a visit from a
f prtsentatlve of the state pure food
bureau such visits having been feW In
pat years
Simon Hansen another deputy who
has been working over a portion of the
ache alley during the last week also Is
xpet d m soon with a report The
Commissloner will continue the Inspec
tions until the entire state has been coy
ered thus accomplishing a task which
has never been done In such a short space
of time The work Is expected to be tom
pllted during the next two months
It IS expected m the near future to In
spect certain establishments which have
ben visited during the tall and ascertain
whethEr or not promises to clean up these
place have boon kept If It Is found that
suCh Is not the case prosecutions will fol
loW
BOOST TURIEY PRICES
Farmers and Dealers May Ask as
Much as 30 Cents a
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Found
It must be with some pride that KIng
Turkey struts about the yard these days
even though the calendar for Novembpr
spells his downfall He will be worth
more dead than his brothers were ally I
or dead last year
In 1905 the Thanksgiving bird was rated I
financially at 2 cents for every pound
he weighed This year the prediction Is
that he will be worth at least 0 cents a
pound dtuing the Thanksgiving season I I
Although the turkey market for the
Thanksgiving trade has not yet opened
the forecast places the retail price at 30
cents a pound This price Is based on the
eastern wholesale market quotations
which have bEen announced in advance
and which govern the local market The
price last year reached 273 cents al
though It dropped to 2 cents and only tn
one or two Instances went to 30
It Is believed that the Utah valley will
supply a sufficient quantity of turkeys
to supply the Salt Lake market and that
the eastern market will not be called
upon until the Christmas and New Year
trade Cache valley reports a good sup
ply but the turkeys for Salt Lake will
come principally from Elsinore Mr Pleas
and Ephraim Gunnison Payson Span
Ish Fork and Lake ShorE
DIED
YIDSOXAt the residence No 21S
East First South street Oct 9 of edema
of lungs James Davidson aged 43 years
Funeral notice later
JAMESAt the resIdence No 44 Fifth
avenue Waterloo Nov 9 of scarlet fewer
Beverle F James daughter of Mr and
Mrs Frank James aged 18 months
Funeral private Interment In Mill
Cresk cemetery Wednesday afternoon
HARDYAt the residence No jjj South
Seventh East Nov 9 of typhoid fewer
Alice Y Hardy daughter of Mr and
Mrs Leonard G Hardy aged 21 YEars
11 months
Funeral services will be held in the Sec
ond ward chapel Thursday Nov 11 at 11
a m The remains may be viewed at the
residence on day of funeral from 90 to
1030 a m Interment In City cemetery
Friend Invited
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
EBER W HALL Undertaker EnThhlm
er 1M So W Temple Both phones 1019
FUNERAL NOTICE
Funeral services for Fisher S Harris
will be held from the Masonic temple at
2 p m Wednesday No 10 The remains
will lie In state at th Masonic temple for
aU friends to view from 9 a m until 2
p IU Wednesday

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