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MW pi, NU'k OP J-AC.UAPNTlx
B f Vou 4re Pleased
B . Thnn we am natlnflnd, for your naUs-
H faction In tho measure of our success.
H . . We hv pleased no iiuiiv i .ipl. for
no many yoars that our reputation for
H ." ess and reliability Is established
B salt Lane city, uratt
Why She Liked Shop.
H They bad been talking tha
H of fully ik to the doien, thoae two
h fair young datnaela, and the aubject
l of their converaatlon was, or eourae,
H Mi" and witty saying, the charmi
H oi manner, and the other admirable
H trails or character poaaeaaed by their
B respective sweetheart.
H "Don i you iik lo iiavc anybody
H talk shop when thay to see
B you"" gurgled Mary.
H "Indeed, i do, Who's bean talking
H "Oh, Charley, of course, lie's a trol-
H ley conductor, you know, ami nearly
H (hit) time lie COtnee to see me he goes
H on with Ills shop talk."
H "What doea he say?"
tLfM "sit closer, plaaaal" Philadelphia
frM Round trip rates to California. $r0;
H pood for nix niontlis retitrntnu; three
'Mm daily trains. If Inleresteil write
mW OBOa to K. C. Kerr. I). 1'. A., Sail Lake
fl City, tor any information about re-
H toil:, and hotels. Ask for booklet.
H Feminine Resource.
LuW Mr. D went to Hie club, leaving
Lm Ufa, l wiib a lady friend wfcoe
MMM abilities as a aoandal monger ami mis
mW oUaf-makar were pre-eminent. When
H he n turned be just poked ibis head
H into Hi" drawing room and .said, with
tMiM a algfe of relief: "Thai old cat's gone.,
H I supixise'.'"
H i-(n an Instant there was a pro
mW found silence, for as he uttered the
H last word ho encountered tho stony
mW staro of Hie lady who bad been In bis
'kM mind. Then his wife canio Lo tho rea-
flMM "Oh, yen, dear," she said. "I sent
MMM it to Hie cats' homo in a basket this
H morning." Tit-Hits.
H A Helping Hand.
flMM Mistress (hurrying frantically).
H "Mary, what time is il now?"
UtM Maid: "Half past two, mum."
1 Mistress: "Oh, I thought it was la
M ler; I still have 20 minute to cuijCu
H the steamer."
im Maid! "Yos, mum, I knew you'd be
iM rushed, so I set the clock back 30
iM minutes to give you more time."
Um Beaver by auto. You can now buy
D round trip tickets from any station
flMM on the Half Lake route to Heaver by
1 uutomoliiie from Mil ford. Ask near
1 est agent for full particulars.
ftMrn Another World's Record.
f-fM ' Speakiii' 'o closetlsted corpora-
ftiM ion;," lailiailiafi Jed Spearman as lie
ffMM Iwlpfd himself to another handful of
fLfM aruncs, "reminds me o' th' 'speriencu
UfM 1 had with tli' slUdno route' In 78,
f-fM "Mandy an' me was takin' Hi' train
f-fM to go an' visit her tolka, an' wbeu th'
wMMMM Inline come along a dOggOBi big bOl
UtM cinder Hew light plum into my e e.
H "Well. 1 had a ter'hle painful time
UJM -with that eye fer 'bout a week UUkl
I lin'h had f go C a oe'list an' have th'
Uu cinder dug out.
UJM "And, do ' think that measly rail-
H road w'd pay my doctor bill 'r eny
UJM "Not them. Whan 1 went C see th'
M sujk r'lcndent 'liout it he threatened
UR i' have me 'ratted let alaalln' coal."
H Small Dash.
UJM Speaking of Arctic actlvitiaa, not tc
UR forget anyone, tho printer would tig-
UU ure It out that Walter Wellmau made
B just about a ;i in daah tor the iie.
Uu Burlington Hawkeye,
1 Sweetly Put.
UU Myrtle And you narar tire of push
B lug my boardwalk ohatrf
U Jerome No. Indeed. 'in Hie con
U I ra ry, I teel as though I tun carrying
glfl overyi hing In tore me,
Um Myrtle -Why, 1 tun not everyihing.
IH Jercni I' :i you are everything lo
UfM ma Hanhaniti
ffM Quite Natural.
H Htronson - -What, did that pretty
H salesgirl say wlien you stole a kl:iv?
H Johnson Stie said. "Will that be
Pjk all today'.'" I lost i in Poet,
RH Men seldom gossip because Hie;
iH ran keep informed ooncrninK nil Hie
B Kcaudals tiy merely sitting around aud
H UsUenliig to Ui'e women.
glB Of Course.
H "I am looking for a husband."
H "How would 1 do?"
B "But you' are married."
"All husbands are." Houston Post
H New train to California via Salt
H Lake route leaves Salt Lake dally
ARE TALKING IT OVER
DIPLOMATS FROM CENTRAL AM
ERICAN REPUBLICS MEET
NIGHTLY FOR DEBATE
Prospects of the Little Nations in the
South Are Earnestly Threshed
Over by Unofficial Junta
Which Meets in Cite.
Washington. The Central Ameri
can junta, composed of diplomats and
patriota from the live turbulent little
republics on the neck of land between
Yucatan and Boutb America, is one
of the latest acquisitions of the capi
tal of the United states. While i: has
been meeting regularly ever since
Secretary Knox sent Ids famous let
ter to President Zelaya of Nicaragua.
telling him to he good, it litis man
aged to shroud itself in mystery. The
.junta is working steadily on plans
that have lo do with the future of the
little states washed hy the Caribbean
It is unofllclal, bill voceferous. Its
sessions are held in I lie cafe of a lead
Ing hotel much frequented by South
and Central American diplomat! and
the policies of the Central American
states are threshed out, dally and
The junta Is the clearing house for
all information that leaks unofficially
from revolution-torn Nicaragua and
Hie diplomats have framed up a half
dozen new alignments of the five re
publics, each with a view to Hip
equitable distribution Of the balance
MUST SHOW EFFICIENCY.
Plan by President to Improve Person
nel of Diplomatic Service.
Washington. To Improve the per
sonnel and efficiency of the diplomatic
service and lo encourage secretaries
of legations to qualify for promotion
to the rank of ministers, l'resident
Taft has approved a plan suggested
by Secretary Knox, and he published
It Sunday as an executive order.
The new project provides for a
board Of examiners to pass upon all
applicants for appointments as secre
taries and prescribes the standard to
Murders Wife and Babes.
Cleveland. O. One of the most
brutal crimes In the history of Cleve
land was perpetrated on Saturday,
when Aloie Mangino, for whom the
police are now searching, killed his
wife, .Josephine Mangino, her daugh
ter, Annie Luplea; her son, .linimy
Luptea, and then fatally wounded her
baby, who is now dying In the hospital.
According to the story credited by
the police, Mrs. Mangino had sold tho
(house, which was left her by her
first husband, Qulaeppa Lnplc.i, who
was shot In a street fight two years
ago. FYotn the sale of this house, she
was reported to have realized $1,700.
Mangino wanted the handling of the
Boy Started Fire In Mine.
Cherry, III. Testimony introduced
at the coroner's Jury In regard to the
Cherry mine disaster (ended to show
thai the lire was Started hy Mai Fran
cisco, an Inexperienced boy of fifteen,
who was working in the mine !n al
leged violation of the child labor law.
The boy left a loaded car of hay near
a torch, and the hay caught fire from
Carnenie Joy Riding.
New York. Andrew Carnegie, who
a ills famous annual "Forty three"
dinner at fits Fifth avenue palace Fri
day ni ht. was taken to a police court
Saturday on the charge of exceeding
the speed limit in his automobile, Mr.
Carnegie declared he had no money
witli lilm. but would pledge his million
dollar home for his appearance, and
the judge permitted him to go.
Strike Threatens Fifty-two Roads.
New York- At a conference of the
Brotherhood of liailro.ul Trainmen on
Sunday, Ciaml Ma: ler Lee and First
Vice President htUXdOCk were- named
as a committee to decide Whether Hie
men shall go out or remain at work
In case the demand thai they soon
will present to fifty-two wesiern rail
roads for a 10 per cent Incr a: ie 10
pay is refused. It Is aajpaotSd thai
the filial ia.heduie (r grievances will
be In the bands of the railroad man
agara Tbureday or Friday.
Pitched Battle Between Portuguese.
i i bon. Rivalry batwaea the inhab
itant! of the two I'ortnguese villages,
Alquetdaa and Pedrogram, has ended
in a plashed battM, resulting In many
casualties. The inhabitants of the
rival village met at a fair, .held at
Adoirelne, and a regular faction Rght
ensued, many being injured on both
sides. The people of I'ellrogratll were
defealed and driven out of the town
in which the fair was held. In the
hope of retrieving their defeat, the
Pedrogram villagers ambushed their
enemies aud a number were killed-
8lmple Remedy That Anyone Can Pre
pare at Home.
Most people nrc more or less sub
ject to coughs and colds. A simple
remedy that will break up a cold
quickly and cure any cough that Is
curable is made by mixing tWO ounces
of Qlycerine, a half-ounce of Virgin
OH of l'lne compound pure and eight
ounces of pure Whisky You can get
these in any good drug store and eas
ily mix them in n large bottle. The
mixture is highly recommended by
the I, each Chemical Co Of Cincinnati.
who prepare the genuine Virgin Oil of
Pine compound pure for dispensing.,
THE NEW DISH.
" T-! -j r 1
"What do you call this Ice pud
ding?" "Well, sir. It used to be called Ice
pudding, but now It Is known as the
north pole, or tho Cook's Surprise."
May Paste Million Posters.
Artists, billposters, printers, paper
manufacturers and tuberculosis fight
ers are all united In a gigantic crusade
against tuberculosis which is about to
be started under the direction of the
National Association for the Study
and Prevention of Tuberculosis. In
addition to the gifts of free space on
billboards and free printing of posters
made by the Associated llillposters
nnd Distributors of America and the
Poster Printers' Association, several
hundred paper manufacturers have
given paper for the posters to the
value of several thousand dollars, and
artists from all over the I'nited States
are contributing sketches for posters,
free of charge. Tho local, state and
national anti-tuberculosis associations
will see that the posters are placed
in cities and towns where they are
The posters are nine feet long and
seven feet wide and will be printed In
several colors. If sufficient paper Is
procured a million will be pasted up.
The value of these various contribu
tions would reach fully $2,000,000 if
paid for at commercial rates.
There All the Time.
It is told of Dr. Thorold that he was
once asked to give awny the prizes at
a school belonging to tho London
In the course of his opening address
lie gravely asked the children, "Which
was the largest island in the world be
fore Australia was discovered?"
Whan the youngsters gave it up, he
said in the same grave wjiy, which
made them laugh all the more, "Why,
Australia, of course; It was there all
Sentiments for Husbands.
"When a man really loves his wife
he ought to Combine all his nicest
sentiments toward other women Into
one big sentiment for her.
"He should show her the respect he
feels toward his mother; the polite
ness he shows other women, and the
responsibility he feels toward his sis
ter. "To nil of that he should add the
great love he should feel for a wife."
RESULTS OF FOOD
Health and Natural Conditions Come
From Right Feeding.
Man, physically, should be like a
in rfectly regulated machine, each part
working easily In Its appropriate place.
A slight derangement causes undue
friction and wear, and frequently ruins
the entire system.
A well-known educator of ltoston
found a way to keep the brain and the
body In that harmonious co-operation
which makes a joy of living.
"Two years ago," she writes, "being
In a condition of nervous exhaustion, I
resigned my position as teacher, which
I had held over 40 years. Since then
tho entire rest has, of course, been a
benefit, but the use of Grape-Nuts has
removed one great cause of Illness In
the past, namely, ooaetlpaUoa, and Us
"I generally make my entire break
fast on a raw egg beaten into four
spoonfuls of Grape Nuts, with a little
hot milk or hot water added. I like
li extremely, my food assimilates, and
my bowels take care of themselves. I
find my brain power and physical con
dition much greater nnd I know that
the uee of the Grape-Nuts hus contrib
uted largely to this result.
"It la with feelings of gratitude that
I write this testimonial, and trust It
may bo the means of aiding others In
their search for health."
Look In pkgs. for tho little book, "The
Road to Wellvllle." "There's a Reason. "
Kvrr rrnd the nbovr Irttvrf A "
one Htirura from tlmr lo Him . I In ,
in .- t. miiin , true, and full of human
One Dye for All Goods,
lip to quite recently, wool, silk nnd
cotton ench required a separate dye.
An enterprising chemist has now per
fected Dyola Dyes which color all
goods with one dye, producing snme
results. Ask your dealer. If he
has not stocked thorn yet, send 10
cents to Dyola, Burlington, Vt., stat
ing color desired and we will send
same with color card and book of
Taught by Experience.
' ,!o the jury returned a rardioi
Without leaving the courtroom," said
"Yep," answered llroncho Bob.
"That's the wny Crimson Gulch .juries
always do nowadays. The boys have
had so much trouble that they stay
where they are instead of taking
chances on getting separated from
their Imts and overcoats."
H.WK voir a cortui. or coi.n?
If go inki' at otire Allen I.uiik BaImmi una ivntrti
ri-siiits. sinipii'. vit... , ii. ,iivi AUdeaJan. 1'upu-
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A giggling girl is apt to become a
Dr. Pleres'l Plasnilt Pallet! ragvhtta nnd Invltf-
ornti' Momacb, lire? una bowels. Suicur-coutiMi,
tlm Ki-iimili's. Kusy In liikr as candy.
It Is usually costly to follow cheap
BACKACHE IS KIDNEYACHE. jf
Usually There Are Other Troublea to
Prove IL w
Pain in the back Is pain in the kid- M
neys, in most cases, and it points to ffi
the need of a spe-
J4 move and cure the
gggMvgaaW. congestion or in
f WfE&Jmjn tlammatiou of tho
ViaWJggligaa terfering with their
fTTjV i ! T Thompson Wat
IJJAIIf ' kins, professional
TSOT4r nurse, 420 N. 2:ird
w'a St., Parsons, Kan.,
snys: "For some
time I was annoyed with sharp twinges
across the small of my back and Ir
regular passages of the kidney secre
tions Since using Doan's Kidney Pills,
1 am free from these troubles."
Remember the name Doan's. Sold
by all dealers. F.O cents box. Foster
Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
As an eye-opener, what's the mat
ter with an alarm clock.
Sn? jPn linniiiiiiiiii For Infants and Children.
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vital things in a lamp; these , vits of the RAYO LAMP are
K" perfectly constructed and th re is nothing known in the art ol
- lamp-making lhat could '!! to the value of the RAYO as
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