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The Slim Figure Again.
The slim silhouette for nnother
Reason that is the latest Paris
edict, says Woman's Home
" Companion for Deeember. The
biff, famous couturieres to-day
are tyrannical only about this
one filing. They insist upon
designing the most effective
gowns for only the slim, svelte
figure. The large woman with
- broad hips, full bust and pro-
portionately large waist is ap
parently regarded to impossible
to 'consider. In all other ways,
1 these Parisian arbiters of fashion
are becoming less and less rigid
in their dress edicts and this
season, more than ever before,
the costumes displayed show an
infinite variety of styles.
On a number of points, how
ever, the largest establishments
all agree. For instance, shoul
ders are still narrow, skirts are
round in length and fall straight
in line. Sleeves are long and
narrow for the street, but both
elbow length and long for indoor
wear. The transparent sleeve i
is not so much seen. Waists
definitely define the normal
waistline. If there is any de-1
viation from this, it is the waist-1
line raised a trifle rather than
lowered. Draperies are greatly
used, but the narrower they are
the mora fashionable. Coats are
seen in all lengths. Dreeoll
favors the short suit-eoat. Sep- i
rate coats are invaribly long.
F.or that Dull reeling after Eating
1 have used Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets for
sometime, and can testify that
they have done me more good
than any tablets I have ever
used. My trouble was a heavy
dull feeling after eating. David i
Fkeeman, Kempt, Nova Scotia.
0 -v These tablets strengthen the
Btomaeh and improve the di
gestion. They also regulate the
liver and bowels. They are far
superior to pills but cost no
more. Get a free sample at All
Dealers and see what a splendid
medicine it is. l
A HAY FAMINE CONFRONT8 US.
Never in the history of Utah, or her
sister state on the north, has the hay
situation been bo serious. A short
age stares us in the face. It is the
duty of every citizen to think serious
ly, and quickly. Everything must be
done without delay. The consumption
of hay In Utah is much greater than
the production, and though at a late
date I may discuss a remedy for this
condition. It is my purpose at this
time to urge the people to take ad
vantage of the one alternative left.
Now thep ropositlon is this: There
Is a goodly supply of beets in the
country, und according to tests made
at the A. C. experiment station, there
1b much more nourishment in a ton of
beets than in three tons of hay.
Act quickly before the beets are all
sold. (Bee Bulletin No. 101, A. C.)
" 11. W. DALTOM.
, Willaid, Utah.
Stung For 1 5 Years
by Indigestion's pangs trying
many doctors and $20U.U0 worth
of medicine in vain, B. B Ays
cue, of Ingleside, N. C, at last
used Dr. King's New Life Pills
V and writ0H they wlu)11' curotl
' him. They cure Constipction,
Billiousness, Sick Headache,
Stomach, Liver, Kidney and
Bowel trouble, 25c at all drug
Wreck in Bear
Last Friday afternoon at the
head of the Bear River Canyon,
a collis8ion caused by the engi
neer and fireman of light engine
592 failing to comply with
orders, resulted in the death
of fireman Lon F. Milford and
in severely scalding Wm, Knoll,
the engineer, also badly bruis
ing up engineer R. G. McGinn
The locomotives were wrecked,
cars somewhat damaged and
traffic delayed for about six
hours. The remains of fireman
Lou F. Milford were taken to
Logan and engineer Wm. Knoll
was taken to the L. D. S. Hos
pital. He is favorably recover
ing. An inquist was held before
Judge Briugham at Logan Mon
day and the jury returnad a
verdict that the deceased came
to his death thsough a failure
to correctly interprit orders. -
Lot king One's Best
It's a woman's delight to look
her best but pimples, skin erup
tions, sores and boils rob life
of joy. Listen! Buckleu's Arnica
Salve cures them; makes the
skin soft and velvety. It
glorifies the face. Cures pimples,
Sore Eyes, Cold Sores, Crack
I ed Lips, Chapped Hands. Try
it. Infallible for Piles. 25c at
' All Druggists.
HE WORLDS liHEATES f SEWING MACHINE
L LIGHT RUNNING &
Jfyon want eltlicraVihrmlnii Shuttle. Ilottiry
Hhuiiluor usiiiKi"' Thread chatnmlie
Hewing Machine write to -
THE NEW HOME 8EWINQ MACHINE COMPANY
Many -cwii'K MKkiaMSN made lo cl' r-grille ol
duality, but the Km Home i SMS. u well.
Our guaranty rti run out
Hold liy nut!iorlcd drnlem only.
I 'in. ..Mi BV
E. E. Brenkmanti,
M proiiii-tly obtained In all eountrlt-fl, or NO Ft C. I
THAOI-MARK, CvU and . . I .; I.I n regla- BJ
I tnnl. !. ml Hketi-h, Model or I'lmln, for rr- PS
report on patentability. ALL BUSINSSS BJ
STItlOTLV CONFIDINTIAL. Patent i-mi'ltua
exclufivuly. UnrpuwliiB referrn- s.
Ml Wideawake Inventory ihould hare our hand-
book onllowtoobtam and Hell patiiits.Wn I In- SJ
S ventionawlllpay.lluwtogi'tapaiiii- i.utidc rM
fl valuable lufoiiuation. Bent tree lo any addteia.
Id. swift & co.j
501 Seventh St., Washlnpton, D. C.J
u3b wKm &-jr
n. o.. HoQsJI Pt:rDM in &'
Mrs. Caroline Chapman, mo
ther of D. C. Chapman, return
ed to her home in Salt Lake
Tuesday after a few days' visit
in this city.
Miss Anderson of Mai ad City
is learning the switch board at
the central office of the R. M.
B. Tel. Co.
Miss Hazel Carlisle has enlist
ed with the B. M. & P. Co. as
lady clerk to help tho firm
through the holiday rush.
Good home for sale in Oar
land. Easy terms. Apply to
Thos. Wise, Owens Meat
Market, Garland. o9-tf
Mr. and Mrs. H. Boyd are
rejoicing over the safe arrival
of a charming daughter that
came to their home Sunday
morning, Nov. 28th.
For Sale 5-roomed house
with pantry, closets and bath.
Inquire of Eph Coombs. n6-tf
For ladies' furnishings hats,
coats, suits, waists, skirts,
hoisery and underwear, it will
pay you to call at the Henrie
Millinery Co. opposite postoffice.
Everything new and up-to-date
Three weeks ago the wife of
Ludvig Larsen gave birth to a
pretty little girl, but the editor
only learned the news yesterday
and Ludvig is our ward teacher.
JUST RECEIVED A line
liue.of Men's and Boy's Suits,
Hats, Shoes, Neckwear ami
gtneial furnishings. Call and
see the goods. We can save
you money. The Foulger Co.,
North Main street. It
The November issue of the
"Womaa's World," " ' I
ami ably editeu n djk i
Williams of Chicago, one of the
best American writers, came to
our desk a few slays ago. It is
a splendid paper.
The peculiar properties of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
have been thoroughly tested
during epidemics of influenza,
and when it was taken in time
we have not heard of a single
case of pneumonia. Sold by
Frank Searle returned Wed
nesday from Salt Lake, where
he went to take his wife out of
the hospital to the home of her
aunt. During his absense Garry
Searle, his brother, has been
taking his place as bar tender at
Hie Club saloon.
Many persons find themselves
alTected with a persistent cough
after an attack i' Lnflucnsa. As
this cough can be promptly cur
ed by the use of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, it should not be
allowed to rain n until it be
comes troublesome. Sold by
W. H. Crandallof Ogden was
in town on business yesterday.
Mrs. Andrew L. .lensen of
Briglmin City is the guest of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Osro
A sprained ankle will usually
disable the injured person for
three or four weeks. This is due
to lack of proper treatment.
When Chamberlain's Liniment
is applied a cure may be effect
ed in three or four days. This
liniment is one of the best and
most remarkable preparations
in use. Sold by All Dealers.
John H. Craghead of the Box!
Elder Booster was soliciting
subscriptions for that paper
here Thursday and Friday.
Snorial Sal Underwear
jpeCiai Oaie & Hosiery
at a big discount for 1 week, j
commencing, Monday, Dec. (ith.
Don't buy till you see our ex
cellent line. Henrie Millinery
Co., opposite Postoffice. It
Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Anderson
and daughter Ollie went to
Brigham Wednesday to attend
tho grand ball given by the
Ladies' Civic League at the
Academy of Music. The dance
was a grand success and a fund
of $.'15 was secured by the League
which was turned over to the
high school to defray tho ex
pense of establishing a gymnasium.
Comet In Moving Pictures.
The changes In progress in a comet
are now shown on a screen In mov
ing pictures. Morehouse's comet was
favorably situated for observation In
England during last autumn, and as
this body gave an unusual opportu
nity for studying changes, the As
tronomer Royal had photographs made
at frequent intervals so as to obtain
a cinematograph record. One series
shows the alterations that took place
In a period of about nine hours
V wotiltl be plenvrrt pa have our resrt
i-rs, and the public irciirmllv , send It-
iteh items of new n may OMM mule
t'u-ir observation. l.ltfB as births, death-
i linden, goings and ctuninjri, etc
n Ihlnps transpire thitt we may oxer
In, hence we ak you to assist tl: It
hi- matter that we may be able to pstll
M.l. the news
l B. Checkoffs, Prop.
Shaving, Hair Cutting, Sham
pooning and Massaging.
Next door to Oar. Harness Co.
Agents for Brigham Steam
Boyd and Francis
Fine Candies, Ice Cream,
Soda Water, etc.
Oranges, Bananas and
Fresh Fruit in Season.
tttttt WWWTW TTTTTfW
The Owens Hotel
E. E. BINGHAM, Prop.
Garland, --- Utah.
n,c Double 75c and Up.
Rooms singlo r0(. and Up
Cafe serves half orders which
makes it reasonable.
Free directions on
circular and inside
A Womans Friend.
I Mail Orders prompt- f
ly rilled. I
Layton Drug Co
Layton, Ut. I
John F. Merrell of the Mer- 11
roll Lumber Co., Brigham, was ffl
in town on business yesterday. lH
The quarantine flag is up at Hl
A. I. Orover's residenco and we ITsaaa!
were informed that' his children H
have the small-pox in a mild 1H
:form. Yesterday Marshal $H
Bingham hoisted a Mag at the m M
Excelsior Hotel, one case of a'!
small-pox is reported there. JfiH
Changes Hands. ,H
E. A. Kent has sold out his 11
livery business to W. J, Fife of &H
Oarland. Tho trausfer of tho fal
stock was made yesterday and I
the new proprietor assumed tho 11
reins at once. The barn is own- H
ed by W.T.Hudson but Mr. Fife H
takes over Mr. Kent's lease and H
will continue the business at the lH
old stand. Tremonton Times. H
Alone in Saw Mill at Midnight M
unmindful of dampness, drafts, H
storms or cold, W. J. Atkins H
worked as Night Watchman, at jJ
Banner Springs, Tenn, Such H
exposure gave him a severe cold H
that settled on his lungs. At H
last ho had to give up work. He H
tried many remedies but all fail- i
ed till he used Dr. King's New M
Discovery. "After using one M
bottle" he writes, "I went back t
to work as well as ever." So- IH
vere Colds, stubborn Coughs, M
Inflamed throats and sore lungs, !
Hemorrhages, C r o u p and H
Whooping Cough get quick re- ,M
lief and prompt cure from this M
glorious medicine. 6Dq and M
$1.00. Trial bottle free, guar-
antecd by All Druggists, fl
Summer Nut Healthiest Time. B
A mi !!.. the . In-, isl.etl beliefs that U
we are now aHked to give up is that B
of the hen 1 1 hi ii i to- s of the sweet sum Ba
inert imc. It may tiring peace, health - M
and joy to some, but there are others Ba
with whom It does not apree. Any Ba
given -.i--n.ii : el hot uir, say the uu-
thoiilles, - . ;n .. lest) oxygen than Ba
cold air, and oxygen Is life. Then the M
body Is also weukoned by any great Ba
amount of persplratiou. As for sun- BJ
bum, which was formerly regarded as BJ
the bIkd manual of health, we are told BJ
that It Is merely a kind of paint cover- H
ing up often a bod physique, and It is H
an injurious paint at that. Heat, it BJ
seems, relnxes the minute blood ves BJ
sels of the skin, and this results In a H
sIowIhk of the circulation, which af- BJ
fects not only the skin, but the brain. BJ
AccounMnr) for It. BJ
Outgoing heads of the government flj
departments MNBCllo M make a lew
'peitqnal" promotions tpon the eve
of their cVparttf" 'it n clerk it. 'he flj
drptitn-ent of ngi-lriilture, believing
that Secretary WtleO would go the
ry o, the re.it of Hit HOOMVtlt cub-
Inei, ventured to ajiproach hliu with
llttli- plM for special recognition.
"I have been in th- rleiiartment B
uliitL- : time ou were first made B
s.-cii' v. I.- " fvi' Cera began.
"I knew It 1 know It," tho SOOTO
ur Mid, waving lli' w.v "Kvery
0IU. i , in a v-:iy patient and
mijit -i. mj." Httrpsr'i eekiv. I
H. BOYD I
DRAY AND TRANSFER. I
Dealer In I
ROCK SPRINGS COAL. I
Bell phone No. 39 red. fl
GARLAND. UTAH. 1
aj Pi Tn,.uE Marks I
rWU Ba Designs
'TTTV CoPVniGHTS Ac.
AiiTone undlng a ikslcb sad dencrlpllon may
oittcklr ucarUlil our opinion froo wlmtlier an BJ
invention Is probnlilr patttiitulilu. I -n-uiunlca-
t?on. iUlctlT ioii55ent fil. 1IAN0B00K on Pat.nU
Mitt fret). Olilel Biiencr for se-i-r-i.' piilfiiin. h
I'atenu taken tbrouvli Munu & Co. reculva
peciul nu(k, without ennrge, In tlis
Scientific JHmcrican. I
A taandiomalr lllattralad waaktf. Larceat trtr-
oulaUon of mv Mlwtlafloaras. $$? B
rear : foar aootb. L aV)l4 1vP,w,,,Jf,,,5'