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your favorite piece of Jewelry: a dia
mond of the first water. We tuggett
that we have had long experience In
eupplying thoae In need of such
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Sena sketch sad aVseriatiea of your favestlee.
Harry J. R..in..0. Alt.,, .1 Uw is. Solicitsr
el 'slants, MM Jssg. Isildbf, S .11 Lake City
FIRST AND LAST APPEARANCE.
Only Occaelon on Which Caaey Waa
Admitted to Parlor.
An old Irishman named Casey made
m lot of money as a contractor and
built a fine house for his children.
The sons and daughters were much
mshamed of the plebeian father, and
Caaey wan always kept In the rear
of the house when they had a party
or a reception. One day Caaey died,
and there was a great to-do about it.
The children had a fine cofim. with
plenty of flowers, and Caaey waa laid
In state in the parlor.
That evening an old Irish woman,
who had known Casey when he was
laborer, came and aake I to see the
face of her dend friend. They con
ducted her to the par'or.
8he walked up to tho coffin, took a
long look, and said:
"Faith, Casey, an" they've let ye
Into th' parlor at lasht."
130 California Round Trip.
If contemplating any coast tour,
write at once to Kenneth Kerr. D. P.
A., Salt Lake Route. Ki9 S. Main, Salt
Grizzlies Eat Violets.
In one locality the grizzly of the
Rockies Is found eating the fresh
sprig of the dog-tooth violet and the
green leaves of the spring beauties,
says Fur News, while a few hundred
miles further on, to the north or
south as the case may be, the grizzly
doesn't touch them.
Instead he may be discovered
munching at the young shoots of the
shooting star, down In the Bitter
Root mountain country, for Instance,
among the towering peaks of the
higher Rockies. Upon this question
of locality which is often overlooked
or even ignored by nature writers.
Ilea the solution of many warmly dls
puted points between those who tell
the public at large all about nature
and its animals.
$30 California Round Trip.
1 If contemplating any coast tour,
write nt once to Kenneth Kerr, TA P
A., Salt Lake Route, 1G9 S. Main, Suit
First Freedman in the Army.
5 The first mutiter of f elmen Into
the United States army occurred on
November 7, 18(12, at Gen Saxton's
headquarters In Beaufort, 8. C. It was
i on the first anniversary of the cap
ture of Port Royal and at the time
of the organization of the department
of the south. ?
Capt. James had his me.i drawn up
In line and as he read 'lelr names
from the roll each man answered
"Hern." Then with uncovered heads
and right hands raised the men took
the usual oath of allegiance, which
waa administered by Oen. Saxton.
Thin simple ceremony over, the newly
made soldiers marched back to their
camp. Southern Workman.
Said Uncle Silas.
When a woman goes downtown
ahoppln' she may not buy a blessed
thing, but she'll alius come home with
a fresh lot ' gossip to entertain the
other wlmmen of the neighborhood.
Los Angeles Express.
Waa Determined to Die.
Fearing arrest by the police, a Ger
man named Herman Graff at Mar
seilles, France, recently, opened the
veins of both wrists with a knife.
Finding that deuth wis not coming to
him with sufficient rapidity, he fas
tened a cord around his neck and
hanged himself, but the cord broke,
and he seized his knife (.gain and
made a terrible gash In his throat.
Even this did not end his life, and us
ho staggered about the room he heard
the police coining upstairs after him.
He then opened the window and threw
hlmsolf out, falling from a height of
three stories and breaking his neck
on the footpath below.
$30 California Round Trip.
If contemplating any coast tour,
write at once to Kenneth Kerr, D. P.
A., Salt Lake Route, u;:i S. Main, Salt
V Almost any millionaire would be
willing to give up a large percentage
of his fortune If he could tell the dif
ference between a masterpiece and a
"Always climb up and never go
down thut la the way to gain a
crown, and make your life work
greater. Something like this the
moralist said; the youth replied, as
he ahook his head: "I run an ele
vator "Walt Mason, In Kniporla (lu-tette.
In the Lion'a Den.
First Martyr (to second dlttol
Well, old chap, there's one consola
tion there won't be any afterdlnner
speeches . The Sketch.
Senora Castro, wife of the former
president of Venezuela, has been re
fused admittance Into Venezuela.
The cabinet has decided definitely
that th Spanish fleet shull be recon
structed. The work will be entruste 1
to British Anns.
Advices from various north and east
Texas points are to the effect that
heavy frost April 12 seriously damaged
the fruit and corn crops.
Rev. C. W. Kldredge of Cincinnati,
while delivering a speech In favor of
the "dry" at Adelphl. a small town In
Ohio, was given a shower of rotun
Richard Stedmnn, a deputy warden
In the Alberta penitentiary at Kd
inontori. Alberta. waB killed by a con
vict, who s'ruck Stedman on the head
with an ax.
The Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe
Railway company has asked the Kan
sas railroad commission to allow the
r ad to Issue seventy-three million
dollars worth of common stock.
Charles Dewes and Moses Ltinlr
were blown to atoms when the nitro
glycerine factory of the Independent
Torpedo company at Gordon, III..,
was destroyed by an explosion.
An investigation conducted by thr
Des Moines (Iowa) Tubercular asso
elation has resulted In the discovery
that six out of every ten children ex
amlned ar Infected with tuberculosis
President Taft has Instructed Di
rector North of the census bureau to
disregard party lines In securing hult
able men for supervisors and other
appointive places under the new cen
John Bullette, a wealthy Indian
landowner, widely known throughout
Oklahoma. Texas, and old Mexico,
was assassinated while sitting at h's
derk in his office at Claremore, Okla
homa. Colonel Moses Gibson, who served
In the confederate army during the
impHign In Virginia, committed sui
cide at Louisville, Ky., by drowning
in a bathtub, after slashing his wrists
with a razor.
That a combination of silk Indus
tries In southern France, represent ik
$10,(100,000 of capital, will transfer lis
plants to this country, is stated by
.lean Dnplan, head of a large silk dye
v.ihA nt llazleton, Pa.
During March, 4.783 settlers from
the United States entered Canada at
North Portal, on the Soo line, with 72(i
cars of effects. During the year end
ing March II, the total was 19,099 set
tiers and 1,759 cars of effects.
Mrs. Blanche O'Neill, once a well
known opera singer, is in a Provl
denee. R. I., hospital, under tr-atnient
for Illness said to be due to hunger
and exposure. The woman h:w been
living In poverty for several years.
A vacancy us chaplain In the navy
will be filled by the appointment of a
minister of the Methodist Episcopal
church, and Secretary Meyer will
ask the board of bishops soon to meet
In Richmond to nominate a candidate.
Stanley Ketchel, who has been
matched to Unlit .lack Johnson for the
aeavywelght championship of the
world, will fight the breach of prom
Ise cise brought against him by Miss
Elizabeth I Ion man of Grand Rapids
Seven young farmers from the town
of York, Minn., were lodged In tall last
week charged with trv ng to black
mail Dr. D. Beckman out of $G,000, the
alternative being the burning of the
Beckninn residence and the kidnaping
of his son.
While attempting to cross the Pa
rifle Electric tracks near Pasadena,
Cal., In an automobile, Mr. and Mrs.
H. B. Hoffman of Pasadenu were In
lured in a collision with a car. Mrs.
Hoffman died fifteen minutes after
The Japanese government Is nego
tiating with an American builder of
submarine boats for the purchase of
plana and specifications for u new
type of submarine of smaller model
than the type now In common use, but
of double speed.
The strike of coal miners at the
Port Hood, N. 8., mines ended fruit
lessly last week, 350 mlnerB who had
been out for several weeks returning
to work under conditions which were
practically the sume as those existing
previous to the Btrlke.
Steps have been taken to hasten
liiul adjudication by the Kentucky
I'ourt of appeals of the test case to
determine the status of the Latonla
lockey club. A decision by that body
is expected before the opening day
or the ltonla spring meeting, Muy
John Craig was killed In his home
at Roaring Fork, Va , and his two
sons, aPtrlck aud Arthur, aged 9 vud
12, respectively, were arretted
charged with the crime. It is said
Craig had been brutally treating the
boys and that while he was asleep
they Bhot him.
Marian Grey, the youthful matri
monial agent, whose manner of con
ducting the "Searchlight" club, at El
gin, III , led to a sentence of one year
in prison, miiBt serve her time The
young woman appeuled. but the court
or appeals has affirmed the decision of
the district court
According to the offlclul report of
the depurtment of foreign affairs or
Jupun, us unnonmed 111 the consulate
general in New fork, 307 more Jap
anese returned to their native coun
try from the United States and Ha
waii during March llian entered die
UtStea and Hawaii.
Max Johnston, the foreman of an
Bnjrlilh lliclfry In St. Petersburg, was
brutally murdered by men In his em
ploy The workmen were dissatisfied
with the Easter gratuities given them
hy Johnston. They pinned him to the
mound with a heavy bobbin and beat
Liini to death with ropes.
SAVING PAINT MONEY
!t Cannot Be Done by Using Cheap
Material and Cheap Paintera.
In arranging for painting, a good
many propeiiy owners try to aave
money by employing the painter who
offers to do the Job cheapest or try
to save money hy insisting on a low
P Iced paint. But no property owner
would run such risks If he realized
what must be taken Into conslderu
Hon In order to gi t a Job that wll
wear and give thorough satisfaction
No houseowner will go wrong 01
the painting question If he writes Na
tlonal I.ead Company. 1902 Trlnlti
Building, New York, for their House
owner's Painting Outfit No. 49, which
is sent free It is a complete guld
lo painting It Includes a hook ot
color schemes for elthei evieilor or
Interior painting, a book or specifics
lions, and an Instrument for dotodflnp
adulteration In paint materials.
Nearly every dealer has KallOaUM
Lead Company! pure white lead
(Dutch Boy Painter trademark ) If
yours has not notify t oral Lead
Co., and arrangement v ill be made
for von to en M
"Why didn't you come around ear
lier? Tho snow is all melted away."
"Dat's Just my luck, lady. Every
time I feels like workln' do sun comes
out and does me out of a Job!"
Grief That Kills.
"My poor boy," said the beneficent
old clergyman, who had encountered a
young waif sobbing in the streetc,
"what ails you? Some case of dire
distress has touched your heart
chords, no doubt."
"No," sniffed the lad. "you're clear
off your base, old kazzozlcks. Me an'
Snippy un' de rest of de fellies tin
canned the mangy, old yellow cur up
at Schwarz' grocery, and while old
Schwarz an' de gang followed the
dog, I sneaked back to the grocery to
swipe dried apples. De Fldo chased
into Schmltt's orchard and de gang
cribbed de swellest peaches you ever
seen, an' then dey smoked grape-vine
cigarettes and set the burn a-lire. I
made a sashay into de apple barrel at
de grocery, an' de delivery boy pasted
me with a bed-slat and It hurts yet,
and 1 didn't get to see de fire, and
dldnt get nothln' to eat, and I wlsht
1 wuz dead- dog-gone It all!" The
When Courage Failed.
"Duke," said the heiress, eagerly,
"did you see father?"
"We talked about the weather."
"What? ljo.se your nerve again?
Why don't you brace up and talk like
a man a subject of a king on whose
domain the sun never sets!"
"Can't," moaned the duke. "All the
time I was hi your father's office he
kept grinning at a big painting."
"The battle of Punk, r HI1L" Lip-pimou'e.
What Charlie Had.
Several of the scholars had returned
to Sunday school after being absent
some weeks on account of illness. "I
had the measles," suld one little girl.
"I had the mumps." said another. "80
did I," said a third. The superintend
ent heard them, and. addressing a
curly-headed boy said: "Well, Charlie,
you were absent, too. What did you
Charlie's face flushed. He thought a
moment and then sang out In high
treble: "I had a little brudder!" Delineator.
"COFFEE DOESN'T HURT ME"
Talea That Are Told.
"I wub one of the kind who wouldn't
believe that coffee was hurting me,"
says a N. Y. woman. "You Just couldn't
convince me Its ubb was connected
with the heart and stomach trouble I
suffered from most of the time.
"My trouble finally got so bad I
had to live on milk and toast almost
entirely for three or four years. Still
I loved the coffee and wouldn't believe
It could do such damage.
"What I needed was to quit coffee
and take nourishment In such form as
my stomach could digest.
"I had read much about Postum,
but never thought It would fit my caso
until one day 1 decided to quit coffee
and give it a trial and make sure about
it. So I got a package and carefully
followed the directions.
"Soon I began to get better and was
able to eat carefully selected foods
without the aid of pepsin or other dl
gestants and it was not long before I
was really a new woman physically.
"Now I am henlthy and sound, can
eat anything and everything that
comes along and I know this wonder
ful change is all due to my having
quit coffee and got tho nourishment I
needed through this delicious Postum.
"My wonder Is why everyone don't
givo up the old coffee and the troubles
that go with it und build themselves up
as I have done, with Postum."
Easy to prove by 10 days' trial of
Postum In place of coffee. The reward
"There's a Reason."
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one appears from time to ilmr. They
re genuine, true, and full of human
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as with joyous hearts and smiling (aces they romp and play when in health and ! " M
I how conducive to health the games In which they Indulge, the outdoor life they J M
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nature, only those of known excellence should be used; remedies which are pure I . I
and wholesome and truly beneficial in effect, like the pleasant laxative remedy, M
Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co. jl M
Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna has come into general favor In many millions of II M
well Informed families, whose estimate of its quality and excellence is based upon H M
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and Elixir of Senna always has the full name of the Company California Fig M
Syrup Co. plainly printed on the front of every package and that it Is for sale In I
bottles of one size only. If any dealer offers any other than the regular Fifty cent 1 M
J size, or having printed thereon the name of any other company, do not accept It. A
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GOING THE PACE.
Tortoise What, have you started a
Snail Yes, one must move with the
times, yon know.
Intruder Among the War Dogs.
Prof William Lyon Phelps of Yale
went to West Point last fall to lec
ture. He was lecturing in the chapel,
the cadets were rigidly paying at
tention, erect, eyes front, each man
a ramrod of military etiquette. An
Irish setter entered the chapel door
and ambled snlfflngly down the aisle
and up on to the platform. The ca
dets houirmed under the eagle eyes of
their oiilcers but not a man smiled.
"Hilly" noticed the strain. He looked
down at the dog wagging its tail benev
olently on the rostrum. "What!
How's this?" said Prof. Phelps. "A
setter? Why, I expected to see noth
ing but West Pointers up here."
Yale AlumriT Weekly.
A story in which Webster Is said
to have figured: The statesman was
once asked by a woman at a dinner
given in bis honor, how he varied in
his eating and what he generally ate.
"Mndam," the answer ran, "I vary In
eating In this respect; sometimes I
eat more, but never leas."
They Deserve It.
8he t horror-stricken) That's my
new spring hat In the chair there!
What are you doing, John?
He (meekly) I am sitting on the
Do not force vumelf to take offensive
(and luiriatull drug -take (iartield Tea,
Nature's Herb laxative; it overcomes con
stipation, puriiicH the blood, brings Health!
Occasionally a man listens to an hon
SBt opinion because it is so different
from his own.
Mrs. Wlnalow's Soothing- Hjnp.
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have found the right thing at last. My
face was full of pimples and liiack-hradev gH
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continuing the use of them and reooaav H
mending them to my friends. 1 feel fine) H
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have a chance to recommend Caacareta."
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