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I WHY NOT
jB n jo till IOKHlir Ojf the
B ltest l ; on tho market?
Hi In your next jrrorory or-
H ler, jrently but firmly in-
H Hint on
H bftlftg miit, and rvftiM
H all substitution.
Ent 'ruiuKofr tfwr A c,uapntlc
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To be married this spring?
mm You should give her that engage-
H fnentring atonct. We liavoinount-
H ed a lot of medium priced solitaire?
H particularly chosen for engagement
H rings, $25.00 and up.
HB - ""'W-'haik ft
JMJ SALT LAKE Cliy. UTAH
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HH Ik tlif newest, (own in Idaho.
HH It will be opened early in June
HH with alc of lots and SXOUniOtI
HH on Orcifon Short Lino new
HH brunch to ho completed to i h 1 1
HHJ point at the same time.
I I IDAHO
HfflJ The wonder state of the west,
HH has developed in the last five
HH years thousands of new acres
Hfflfi and homen. Do you wish to
HH livo and thrive in a really
I NEW TOWN
HHJ If so, ask ah. up PINO REE.
HHJ Merchant of till kinds atv
HH wanted there at once. Now is
HH your opportunity. Write for
HfflJ booklet, to
H W. H. Scott, Gen. Manager
H Pingree Townsile Company
H warn Pingree, Idaho ssbsBbI
H or Jas. F. Burton, Secretary
M Ogden, Utah
M THE SHORTEST ROUTE TO
H DEETH it only 6S miles from JARBIDGE
HjH and it on the main line of both the Southern
HfSfj Pacific and the Western Pacific Railroads.
HHHj It coat tiuiiilretln of dullara every year to
! k im TEST OUR 8ES0
HJMfl lUu wnsn r0U 'my ISSIS SOS can .lepaud
HfBfj tsar sonsn The QaalHy. write for our J
HfBfj Pru Dotortptiva Catalog.
KB POHTBR-WALTON CO., Salt Laka City
Hjnfl ! iii isaai i aii as mi
RUBBER STAMPS SjftHS
HjVH tin. Kutitier Type oiiltlu, and hiippliea In stook,
faffl Mull orclera receive prompt attention
fMJ SALT LAKE STAMP CO., Salt Laka City
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Hmfl At or About This Time.
HftV Why do they cull them ocean
HkV liners?" she asked
HftV They're getting new terms every
HfMfj lay." he sail, without looking "p from
BBJ '.be sporting pact, "I never heard It
BBJ before, lmi an ocean liner is probably
BBB a hot one. thai isn't fielded well and
BBB rolls into a puddle of something."
BftV She made no answer, but when ho
BBB had gone to business she phoned the
BBB doctor about him . Huff ulo Kxpress.
H At the Players' Club.
BBB One afternoon I'Yanels Wilson wus
BBB -sipping lime Juice with severul brelh-
BJBJ ti. of the buskin, when Johu Drew
HBff sauntered up to the group.
LftBm "Hello, Wilson," be said, "here you
H are again with your little coterie."
BBl "Yes," returned WHhoii, smoothing
M his vest, "and with my little vestry
H And pantry, too." Llppinoott's.
H Just His Luck. .
H "That's just my luck! Here Is an
H airship overhead, and I've got a stiff
H neck'" j.'liegendo Blatter.
Cornell President Sees Good in
Big Philanthropy Scheme.
Believes Congress Should Grant Re
quest for National Charter
Would Change Only One
Ithnra, N. Y In an addreni
before the Council congress on
Friday night President Jacob Oould
Sehurman of Cornell commended the
scheme for the Rockefeller foundation
for which congress has been asked
for a national charter. President
Sehurman devoted his entire speech
of neveral thousand words to this sub
ject and in summing up he said:
"I recognize that section No. 2 of the
hill, which defines the object of the
Rockefeller foundation, nuthorly.es and
empowers that foundation to do any
thing and everything which may pro
mote and advance human civilization,
thnt Ik to say. morals and religion, art
and science, manners and social inter
course, and all that concerns the po
litical, economic, and material well
being of Individuals and communities
This Is a vast field for the exercise of
"Hut iMr Rockefeller has conceived
a vast scheme of philanthropy, for the
benefit of his fellow citizens nnd man
kind Ills character, ability and or
ganizing skill are adequate guarantees
that he will carry out his scheme
wisely and successfully, with Incal
culable benefit and blessing to man
kind. It Is In the Interest of the na
tion thnt he bo given a free hand In
the exercise of his colossal benefi
cence. So long as he Is active or hit
influence remains It would be wise
and snfe to give the foundation the
tort of organization he d sires. Neith
er now nor hereafter docs It seem nec
essary to limit the scope of his benefi
cence, which Is coextensive with the
efforts of mankind to uttain a higher
"The only change I would desire to
see In the proposed bill Is the total or
partial (diminution of the method of
selecting trustees by co-operation. The
organization might well he left a close
corporation, If Mr. Rockefeller so de
sires, for a generation. Hut after that
time I am confident that It would Inure
both to the efficiency of the foundation
and to the public welfare to say noth
Ing of the satisfaction of the sentiment
of a democracy if the majority of the
trustees were appointed by the presi
dent of the United States, with the
advice and consent of the senate, or
selected by some other high abiding,
governmental agencies that may fairly
be regarded as representing the peo
ple of the United States, whose wel
fare is the primary object of the Im
mense nnd glorious benefaction"
A'RSHIP RUNS AWAY TO DOOM
Zeppelin II., Belonging to German
Army Post, Is Wrecked
l.imburg-an-der-Lnhn. The Zeppe
pelln II., one of the three di
rigible balloons of the German govern
Best's aerial fleet, ran away and wa?
destroyed The airship, which war
forced to descend here, owing to 8
storm, encountered while attempting
a return trip from llomburg to Co
logne, broke its moorings nnd without
a crew drifted in a northeasterly dl
rectlon. A half hour after Its escapt
the dirigible dropped at Wellburg and
was smashed to pieces.
Saves Train From Disaster.
Spokane, Wash Uecause the
engineer put on brakes after bis
engine struck a defective switch neui
North Yfcklma a Hurllngton passenger
train over the Northern Pacific rull
rond was saved from dlsuster. Kn
glneer Gordon of Hllcnsburg and Fire
mun Meyers of Pasco were killed.
GIRL IS HELD AS DYNAMITER
Suspected of Wrecking Residence Oc
cupied by Her Former Fiance
and His Bride.
Prairie City, la. Suspected ol
having exploded dynamite which
tore almost to atoms the mag
uiflccut $12,000 residence of Jesse A.
Quick, wealthy farmer, three miles
east. Miss Mary Guthrie of Carthage,
II.., has been arrested.
Occupants of the house escaped In
Jury. In the homo were Dr. Alexander
Hall of Colfax, a former suitor of
Miss Guthrie, and his bride, formerly
Miss Myrtle Quick.
At one time Miss Guthrie and Dr.
Hall were engaged to be married.
Runs for Ball; Drowns.
New York, April 25. Louis Rose, .
ten-year-old boy of Jersey City, run
ning valiantly to catch a foul tip In r
baseball game, fell head foremost Into
a shallow pond and stuck in the mud
bottom. He was dead when pulled
Frank Harry and Percy Honey
church, two young boys, were electro
cuted at Hutte while playing with s
Al. Haag, foreman of the blasting
gang of the Mlzpah at Tonopah, Ne
vada, sustained a broken leg when he
slipped and fell ten feet down a stope
Jim Anderson, a Goldfleld, Nevada
hotel porter, may lose his right leg
through accidental discharge of :ir
automatic revolver which he was
Despondent from 111 health, J. B
Hall, a prominent resident of Moun
tain City, IClko county, Nevada, killed
himself, cutting his throat from eai
to ear with a razor.
The cases of five Rtrlke breaker.
convlcted In justice court of carrying
concealed weapons at Tonopah, Ne
vada, has been opened on appeal In
the district court there.
During a drunken quarrel near Ely
Nevada, John Sucallch, an Austrian
was hrutnlfy beaten up by a gang ol
his fellow countrymen who are ufflllat
ed with a different religious faction.
It Is reported that the I. us Vegas &
Tonopah railroad will be extended to
Tonopah by the Clark Interests. A pe
tition Is being circulated by citizens
of Tonopah urging and advising the
The body of Harry Swarner
drowned with his team while at
tempting to ford the llumlioldt durlnc
March Hood south of Lovelock, Ne
vada, has been recovered and fully
Half u dozen Belmont miners are
In the hospital at Tonopah, Nevada,
suffering from arsenical poisoning,
due to contact wilh strong solutioni
which are being found In the ores be
tween the 1,000 and 1,100 level.
W. R. Fltts, justice of the peace of
Lovelock, Nevada, committed suicide
In Reno by taking an eighth of an
OUBOS of strychnine. Despondency is
supposed to have been the cuuse. He
was a man of middle age.
Two hundred nnd thirty-three thou
sand pounds of wool was sheared this
year by Adams and McGIll at the Hor
ton ranch, about a mile from the smel
ter, says the Ely, Nevada, Mining Ex
positor. The annual shearing of about
:!6,000 head of sheep was finished
That preliminary negotiations look
ing to consolidation of Ely Calumet
and Dly Resurrection have been en
tered Upon is admitted by large in
terests in both of those companies,
and the belief appears to prevail that
it will not be a difficult mailer to ef
fect a merger.
Ievy Tracy, a negro, 2S years old.
has confessed that he killed Grover
Ponds of Cheyenne while en route to
I hat city with a grading outfit. Tracy
said he and Ponds had quarreled over
the tatter's driving of one of the wag
ons und that Ponds fired twice al him
before he shot in return.
Master Mechanic Glynn of the Ne
vada Con. at Ely, Nevada, had a nar
row escape from death when a churn
drill rig toppled over and struck him
a glancing blow, crushing his collar
bone. Had he taken another step be
fore being struck, he would iindoubt
dly have been crushed to deuth.
With locations of nine-two oil
claims filed in one day there would
appear to be little doubt ill. ii activity
iu the old Bald of Emery county is to
be not much longer delayed. That, ac
cording to the Emery County Prog
ress, Is the record of one day's filings
In the office of the county recorder of
Edward Barrill of Fairbanks,
Mont., the guide who accompanied Dr.
Frederick A. Cook on his Mount Mc
Kinley trip and who made an affida
vit during ihe polar controversy that
the doctor had never reached the top
of the Aluska peak, declares that In
his opinion the Fairbanks party, head
ed by Thomas Lloyd, never scaled the
Heart failure caused the death of
Theopolis H. Sackett, a prominent
business man of Bozetnan, Mont. Mr.
Sacked hud been out fishing all day
and wus distributing his catch among
his friends, when on his way home
he fainted und fell, and expired
shortly after being taken to his resi
dence. Unless a compromise of some kind
is reached between tho Eectrlclans'
union of Butte and their employes
before May 1, a strike will result, as
the men have demanded a ralso of
50 cents per day and a change tn
hours by which their time will be
counted from shop to shop, instead of
from Job to job.
An explosion of gasoline in the
tallorshlp of Alenlns Bros., at Rock
Springs, Wyo., caused tho destruction
of the building occupied by them, and
also an adjoining building, causing a
loss of $:i,000.
James Hopkins, found wandering
and insane in Carson Valley a few
days ago, has recovered his mind in
Carson. Nevada. He lost his way
while walking from his home at
Placerville, Cal., and wandered for
days without food.
Doctor Now, Johnny, stick out your
tongue and let me see it.
Johnny Not on your life. The last
time I stuck out my tongue at you I
got a lickin' for iL
AWFUL BURNING ITCH CURED
IN A DAY
"In the middle of the night of March
30th I woke up with a burning Itch in
my two hands and I felt as if I could
pull them apart. In the morning the
Itching had gone to my chest nnd dur
ing that day it spread all over my
body. I was red and raw from the top
of my head to the solos of my feet and
1 was in continual agony from the
itching. I could neither He down nor
sit up. I happened to see about Cutl
cura Remedies nnd I thought I would
give them a trial. I took a good bath
with tho Cuticura Soap and used the
Cutlcura Ointment. I put it on from
my head down to my feet and then
went to bed. On the first of April I
folt like a new man. The Itching was
almost gone. I continued with the
Cuticura Soup nnd Cultcura Ointment
nnd during that dny the itching com
pletely left me. Frank Gridley, IJ25
East 43rd Street. New York City, Apr.
27, 1909." Cuticura Remedies are sold
throughout the world; Potter Drug &
Chom. Corp., Sole Props, Hoston, Mass.
Napoleon entered the clubhouse
with u frown a foot deep on bts fore
head, and a tamper not fit for publica
tion. "Millo tonnerres!" he ejaculated. "If
I ever play golf with liaion Munchau
sen again may I end my days on the
island of St. Helena."
"What's the matter with Muncli,
Hony?" asked Caesar, looking up from
his asbestos copy of the Congressionnl
"You get nothing but bnd lies all
over the links," retorted the emperor.
Where It Was.
"What are you crying about?"
"He throw ed a stone an' hit me
"Did he knock it out of your hands?"
"It wasn't In me hand, It wus In mo
Two street cleaning department '
men were having an altercation as
they were driving their carts side by
side along upper Broadway the other
afternoon. One was red-faced and
bulbous-nosed, tho typical "rummy."
The other was an adder-headed negro.
Both looked utterly disreputable.
"Get out o' my way!" yelled the red
faced man. "Don't cher know enough
to get outer dor way when you see a
"I'm more of a gem'men than you,
you big rum," retorted the negro.
"Youall drives a garbage cart, an' I
only picks up ashes." New York
"He struck n last gait when he first
went into politics." I
"And now?" r-aaj
"Now he is on the fence."
YinMpiitlon mime many virion rtWrae. t
N ' h .nniKlilv ciiri'd hy lioctnr Pleroa'a 1'leaaaoJ
I'.-i .' , ono a i.niiin', threii for cutliurtlc.
Always keep imagination under con
trol. The Army of
Is Growing Smaller Etc? Day.
CAPTF.R'S LITTLE jffiV
LIVER PILLS are mjjfcm'i
reapon.'ible they notfj B y
only give relief BcSSI CkDTFB
they i-rmanentlyWp ;J? j ' ""
cure 1'iiml.pa-jjSl ffir W,T.j.5
liont UM -dWJr"iTl R'So
tlicni fur "5p eSBBral I
Biliona- " f-
en, Indigeitian, Sick Headache, Sallow Skis.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
GENUINE must bear signature:
HOW TO MAKE IT v
Bend for Prospectus
HYGRAVITY OIL COMPANY
404 Story Bids. Los Angelas, Cal.
I ICTCy Y. Mir mill In Urn uiuu'ilni' only :, eenta
LIO I t u vw.nl iinil I.', par niuiiih for our boya
an, I utrlv s.-n.l nuvt in tlmi' for m.xl m.,mh.
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Delicately formed and gently reared, women ! arsfeir
will find, in all the seasons of their lives, as $m $l&'
maidens, wives or mothers, that the ono simple, jWHrT -$&$''
wholesome remedy which acts gently and Jfgpr SAv
pleasantly and naturally, and which may be "$Ef: .- j&l&&$
used with truly beneficial effects, under any W- T'.-" - ftKj
conditions, when the system needs a laxative. VfjXU I-'- '"A K'
is Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna. It is vV-V fSt
well known to be a simple combination of the 'Sw rt.;'ji " S
laxative and carminative principles of plants '-"l vvfisfl
with pleasant aromatic liquids, which are V'-VSJ 2
agreeable and refreshing to the taste and iV-VVl JSfflf
acceptable to the system when its gentle ilN''50a KJP
cleansing is desired. Vv. ' &'
Only those who buy the genuine Syrup of ,:-''t & I
Figs and Elixir of Senna can hope to get its . ;w fTl
beneficial effects, and as a guarantee of the p.J if -V
excellence of the remedy, the full name of the V'y '.nH j V-'V
company California Fig Syrup Co. is printed :jm f i V
on the front of every package, and without it '''MhiW v-
any preparation offered as Syrup of Figs and V & 'Ifflnfit
Elixir of Senna is fraudulent and should be $i&iiwMlllStf '$
declined. To those who know the quality of WifWllnVt----,
this excellent laxative, the offer of any substi- ," SrW?li
tute, when Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna V: V ''yI'LVCv
is called for, is always resented by a transfer ji -K f il Wk
of patronage to some first-class drug establish- v ;'; : V '''V ' IIavO tfj
ment, where they do not recommend, nor sell ?'i''"'"'V;'li,lli
false brands, nor imitation remedies. The genu- -V'.!. IIIbIj'!!
ine article may be bought of all reliable drug- : '''!&j ?'' 'WJj
gists everywhere; one sue only. Regular .' .-l;yfj
price 50 cents per bottle. Get a bottle today (;--T-.V""' ''vjij
to have in the house when needed. ' . '-ffijftfttfc " '.Bf" JJ
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