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THE OGDLN STANPARD-EXAM1NEK WEDNESDAY EVENING, UllUBfcK, IVZi).
1 TINTIG STANDARD
1 FEATURES TRADE
Provo Leads Cheaper Stocks
On the Salt Lake
The i-adlns in Tlntlc Standard VM
the feature on the " k
Mining fcxehnnge tins morning A W
SrtWOJ shares of th s , ock so . ,
trt prices ranging trom $J.0ii " ,
H 'Valker traded 4 00 sharp al W 00
with Silver Kins Con. wiling j
shares at $i 00 mm s,' "- -.
Silver KM Coal. 4ropgrtj 11
this morning, selling tft H - ,nJ
iH ''Among the cheaper stock's. Provo
H wjiSrf active tracing 11, J
u Bli Be Albion sold at 12.:. this
LB being a flight .hop from l-.M -.vy K .s
tltlon Columbus Rtaall sold at
mUc iron Blossom at 25c. Iron King
u lie, and Eureka Bullion at . "i.i
I (Quotations riinilslicd over private
wire ..f 1. 'I'"-1' 'v 1 v'
l , . Ics Building 1
Albion .' . 1S JJ
Amerl. n on. . . . .r -vita
Tunnel ", - ?
Bill Hill Jfl .,
Bullion ' r -Blaok
Columbus ftexnll dr
Crown 1'olnl 22 ' i i
Colorado Con 03 ' i
Central Eureka 01 ."J
' Cardiff 1.2a 1
Dragon Con. -JJ
Daly J - 2 S2
Baal Crown Point . .01 "
Kiw:t Tl'i. fal ": "' 1
Kast Tin. Con 07
Epreks Mines 02
i Kureka Lily 6 '"' -Kuroka
Itullioii " ' -nmma
Sliver 0 4 v -Umpire
i Gold Chain
.;r.iini 'enlral " J ,
Howell "''' ,'
Iron Blossom -'"
j ron King . . 1 1 - . .
I J udge Mining tfi
I Kennebec 1 -' '
I KcvKtoiie ' 1 .
I Leonora - ":
I lhl Tint lc 06 ' " ' .
May Day 00 .
Maliimot h '?o
Noiih .Stan 1
New Qulncy 94 ,-.
ipohongo 00 vi
riutus ;' '
Princi i on. . - '
itovo . 4
Halomu ; -01 .
BlCO Arg.Mil. lie . " I -, -
Rico Wellington . "" !"
Sells Pl -n2
Sll King. oal. . ..I T;. I SO
311. King Con. 1.02 I 0o
Sioux Con. . l'-
South Hcola t v"r
South Standard ... I
Silver Shield I s 14 1
Tar Baby 02 .0
TJntlC ff ntral "'4 .11 v
Tlntlc Standard . ... 2 7 8 DO
I tah Cons. . 1 ' OlVi
I'nclr Sam 00 t. -
I Victor Con "I
I 'nlon Chief 0 I flj
West Toledo W .05
Walker 2 !T,; J. 02
Wood lawn 0a 09
j Yankee 0214
Zumu 08 14
lialy West 4.25 5.00
Umpire I iopner 1 ",J
Opening .ii -.
I Y Albion 1 000 at 1 .
Col. Rex 1500 at A 1C.
ISnreka Bullion 1000 it so.
Iron Blotwoin 1000 1 25c.
l,ehi Tlntlc 1:000 at G0,
Siher Klnz Con. loo at $1.0f; 10(
at $1.02; io at ?i 03, Beller,ll
Istoux Con '0o0 at !c i
Tar Baby 1000 al 1 fi ' : 2800 at 2.' j
Tlntlc Standard 1500 at JJ.'.'J1
1 500 at $2 . ?
Walker 40" at $3.00.
Albion 10i"i -,t I2p.
Bast Tintlt Co.i 1500 at Jc,
Iron Kln 1000 d( L8c
May Day 1000 at cr .
iu-eka Bullion 1000 at
l'rovo .".000 a'. ..'"I-, hoti't ;u r.o.
Sells looo at lc; 8000 al l.c
Silver King Coal, loo at $1.7:,1J;
lOQ at $ 1 . 75.
Tar Baby 200 at 2c.
Tintic Central looo at i
Tlntlc Standard 7 50 at $2.03, 11 .'.0 1
' al $2.97H
UUb on. 4000 at i ', . i""o at
WOO" l lawn .".0 0 ;it Or.
U t M S1MA UR1T1BS
Amal. Sugar $ $ 13 .70
Amul Sugar pfd. ... 100 00 101.60
Con. Wagon 103.00 103 oo
'emcnt Sp-. . I-" "o l2s oo
I tan -Ida ho Sugar . 7,7.0
West Cache Sugar .. 100.00
Wyoming Sugar 10.00
Og. Port Cement PB.06
OkAaii Packing 15.0.0
First Kat. Bank 3l'."..oi
Security Btate Hank 146.00
IO(.l)f. I II ESTCM K M i:m i
Cattle Receipts 870; choice heavy
deera $S .ko ! . oo . ?..od steer? JT 00
) '.rS.00; fa"- sii-rn $5. 0096-0; cholcej
' i-odcr steer $t.00fl 7.00; choice cows
.nd bcltera $4.00C50; fair to sood j
ova and Ueilera J.oot. oo . utters
n iop'oi M; canner $J 00OS.MJ
hoice feeder cow t tun,:, on f;.t
oils $ 4 00 4 .".0 . bologna l.ull $ i . an
fg 4 00. veal calves $9 . 00 ft 10. 50.
Hogs Receipt? Z96: choice fat boss ;
175 to ::.o ihs . ItllSBOlS 00 bulk
' -if itales $11 5011 feeder hoi;.-
Sheep Keceipia 2Tr CbolCe lambs
f, ..M-,2 in nellipfn J on (h ) 75.
h ewes $4.0o&5.00; feeder lamb?
ft. R. Hampton. Kimball station. 2
Nevada larson, Preston. Ida., 1 ear
Tors il Keller. Preston. Ida.. 1 ear
n Paeklnc Co.. South omaha,
S'eb., 4 earn hogs.
K T. Cobabe. Peterson. 1 ear sheep
i Hon & FClatcd, Oxford. Ids. 1
Ci.llan & V'etste.l. Swan lnVte, Ida..
4 car:-" cattle,
.lack Pratt, Swan Lake, Ida., I ears
T M1TV M EAPOIilS.
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 27. Hour 2S
to 50c higher, in .jarload lot?, family!
intents nuoted at $ 11 .10 a Z . 2 5 a V.ar
rl in ?K pound COttOD sacks.
1 ' Hran $31 004 33 00.
BUTTER AM) 8SGGS.
CMICAi. Oct. 27. Butter firm;
Ksgs unchanged: receipts 4 163 cases.
Poultrv alle uneertleii; tow Ik gen
iral'rurf 24c; springs 2Sc, turkeys 33.
M AV i;K st . i;
NHW yORK Oct. 27. Bur silver
. and Mexican dollars unchanged.
ILL ST. LIST
Broadest Offerings of Week
Cause General Recession
In Quoted Values
NKW YORK. Oct. 27. United States
Steel was the outstanding feature at
the opening of today's Stock market, a
block of 2,500 shares hanging hands
at 88 down to nsU This was at
tribulcd 10 .11 -appointment by specula
tive int. r.sts at the failure of thr st eel
Directors t doclasa an extra dlsburse
iiient on th- common stogk. Tin indo
pendent steels were slightlj lower, but
mlrt. shippings, sugarsi and utilities
Were higher l fraction;-- to i l.olnl
Exchange on London was firm, prob
ably in anticipation of favorable ad
vi. e later in the day regarding indus
Tin- market became distinctly un
- ii fed during the morning, virtually
the entire Ust yielding to thr- broads l
nfTartitH .if Ihp week. Steels wore es
pecially vulnerable, reacting l to al
ii on! 3 points, and equipments, motor
oil. dhemlcal and paper ahart?ri eased
1 to 2 point. Tobacco and rubber
I Issues joined the recession and also
investment rails, the latter, however, hi
mod. -rat- il-'.KiXT Amoi.ii junior rails.
rVIsconsin CenCral won conspicuous for
Its 5 points los-. The !' per eeiit open
ing rate for call mone contributed to
;hf market - dullness iut tin- rale f.r
j British exchange coniinued i
s.-iinin pressure relaxed t mldd i
I when irregular recoveries were led b
'steels, oils and the cheaper rails. Cru
cible rallied two points and Mexii "
Petroleum and Texas ayd Pacific rail
way n pom', each. Elsewhere th'
irecovery was iSonflned t.. fractions.
l W yt IRK - l K LIST.
I t Las' Sale)
Aills-i 'balmers . 327,
Atherlcaii Beet Sugar 7.:v
Amorii an Can 33 4 n
American 'ar iv foundry 184
American Hide .v- L4aihi v pfd. . 58
American international Corp. .-
Ameri. in Locomotive '.'C
American Smelting Kfs. ... 58
A ni.'i ic.i ii Sugar 104
American Sumatra Tobacco ... 80
American Woolen .'. 7i'i
j Anaconda Copper 50
tl.. Sulf .v NV Indies 1 43i
I Baldwin Locomotive 118
1 Baltimore .v.- Ohio 48
Bethlehem Steel "U ' lu
JCiinadian Pacific l24-4
I Central Leather 3'j'
Icbantllcr Motors sj1,
Chesapeake A: Ohio 66
Chicago, Mil. and SI. Paul 42
Chicago, Jt. . A: Pae . 86
! huio Copper 25
Colorado I uel .v- Iron S8B
'oris Products S2 1 1
Crucible Steel 126
t 'ubs Cane Spgai 5 4 t
Gjeneral Blectrlc 13s
lOeneral Motors . . . 17
I Goodrich Co i'J-'.-i
Ircal Noi them pfd 86
:ircat Northern re Ctfs. . . . . .' 3 t
' Illinois Central '.fi
inspiration Copper , 43
I Int. Mer. Marine pi l 70
I international Paper !
iKennecott Copper 22
Louisville & Nashville 107
'MkxweH Mo torn 2
'Mexican Petroleum 1V3
1 Miami Copper . . . . , 18 S
M Iddle States Oil ..." 14
MiAvale Steel 38
Missouri Pacific 27
(New York Central 81
IN. Y.N II. St Hartford 32
; Norfolk & Western 9s U
N'ortbern Pacific SU
l. '.ilfomu I'rod A: Rel 1 1
'lJan American Petroleum 9U
1 I People's Gas 43 '
Pittsburg and West Va ; :;i4
iTttt! i tonsrillrla Lied t'riimcr ... I j
Rep iron & Steel 7G3..
Boj il Dutch, N. V. 7i 1
Sh-'il Tiars. Trad 50
Sin lair Con. Oil 82
Southern Pacific 98
South, in Railway 7; .. . 80
Standard Hi of J. jif.!. . . . . 105
SLudebaker ' 'orpot ailon 5."'-
Tcnncsaee Copper 9
Texas Co 51'-
TeXBS ft Pacific 2 5
Tobai co Products j . 65
Transcontinental ii 1 1 ,
Union Pacific 125
I". S. Food Products 4 7V
I". S. Retail Stores 4 58
U. S. lnd. Alcohol 82 '
United States Rubber . .... 75:i
United States Steel 87
Utah Copper , . 5 7,
Wcstlnghoubr' Electric 4 5',
Willys overland :'4
American Zinc; Lead and Sin. 11
l utle and Superior 18
,Caln.- Petroleum 26B
'Montana Power K3 i
ShaltUck Arizona 7
; Pure OfJ ' S8
( UK kGO LIV128TOCK.
CHICAGO, Oct. 27 (United states
Bureau of Markets) Cattle Receipts
11. n.iii- market slow, early sales stead)
t. strong: top yearlings 817.60: iulk
good .ind hoi...' f 1 5 5ol 17.-
25. issy kinds $9 . 00 14.25; good
she-stock shade higher IS.OOfi 10. 50;
medium grades steady al $5.85877.
50; eanners l 5oft3 75. bologUS Imlls
i 25 6 75; commoner kinds 5.25
A 6.00; veal calves steady $12...0fe'
13. CO. grassy calves 86.00tJ9.60;
sioikers and feeders st.-ady; rei ipts
weaterna 8000; market opening firm.
Mors Uecelpts i2,ooo, market
slow, market mostly 15 to 25c higher
than yesterday's aerage; early top
$13. so. bulk light and butchers $12 B
U 1! 35; bulk packing sows $12 850
12 40 pies mostly 25c higher; bulk
i -irable so to 125 pound pigs around
sheep Receipts 1 7,000; all grades
sheep and lambs strong at yesterday's
' lose; quality only fair: good western
lambs $13 00 top natives TJ ;i, hulk
nutixes $12. 60 '1 J .' 76; 'up ewes $7.
00; bulk natives 85.76O6.S0; feeder
lambs $12 75 13 . 00.
omaha. Neb.. Oct 8T. - (United
I States Bureau of Markets Hogs
Receipts 8600; mostu 10 to 16c higher
lining with udvaO) 8 lost, bulk mc
Hum and iighi butchers il2.6t'0
13.00, top $13.25; bulk, strong weigh
and packing grades $12.30012,60.
J Cattle Receipts S00. Ief steer
-iim, iii'aay BulK esirns , wwt
10.50; cows and heifers generally
Stead . 1 nspots stronger on good and
choice kinds; bulk of sales $5.7561
7.50; veals steady; sto ket mil feed
Sheep - Receipts 15.000; killing
grades fully 25c higher. In Spots
lower. feeders mostly 25c up. no
choice fat lambs bert; top Jll.25;
I bulk $11 7.". yearlings $i'".o. ewes
1 $6. 25; feeders active, mostly 25c up;
J reeding lambs $11.26
CMICAG'J. Oct 27 Potatoes
steady, receipts lift curs. northern
White socked and bulk $1,6541 SO
Minnesota and Dakota early nhlos
St ;;, mi; l.lal.o rurals $2'154
FLOUR RATE CUT
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn., Oct 27. ,
The Northwestern M.iWr- weekly re
Ivlew of the flour trade aaj
Til- main news of the week baa been
the annot neni of the shippingl
boards decision to reduce Ihf ocean
freight rale differential between wheat
jmi 11. on rrom twenly-fivt cents per
hundred pounds lo five cent.-. I his
but welcome announcement win
hdp in restoring Ameriba's export
fio.n trad, which has been ilmosl de-strovi-d
l. the hoard's pr- vlous :iction
1 it her w isi t he flour maTke) has be. 11
ti.t.-.llv hl'.l : a oil .is ,.ic- afraid of.
Mi. unstable wheat situation. Prices,
as vet show no effects from the farm-;
'eiV threat to hold their wheat for
three dollars .1 bushel and the f..r Un
crop news is generally bearish The
mills continue t operate at oboUl half
( Hit . .B M
CHICAGO, Oct. 27. Fresh advances
in the price of wheat look place to
a... r..r .,1 Olivine Which was
Chiefly ascribed lo notice taken of the
farmers' strik and to yesterday's
largo rural deliveries and tnis alto
was apparently a bullish Influent in
this connection attention was drawn to
the fact that the stock of wheat in
Chicago totalled only 700,000 bushels
Opening prices, which curled from un
rhang. ,1 ngiircj f. I '.' uglier. W. 1
followed by substantial gains all
arounfl. ana then something of i re
. ..in sympathtxed with the strength
Of Wheat., opening to i'" higher,
including December al to H8cJ
Afti rwanl the n trkel tended to sag. 1
)a:. were iirm Mi': other grain and
started ', to vac lilTh'T. lecemh.T
54, to 56c. Audit ions I gains were
, L.red ahd 1 moderate setback fjOlloW-
Provisions lacked support despite
the tip turn Hi cereals and higher pin
la lions on hogs.
MON IA M VKKI l
NUW M'KK. " t. 27- I nmc mer-.
Sterling: Demand. $3.47 7. cables
iVarcfe: Demand 6tf82c; cables
,; . -.,
Belgian francs Demand b..uc; ca-
Ides 6 7 5c.
Guilders: Demand 80v40c; cables
Lire: Demand ."..72c: cables i. 74c.
Ma,rkej Demand l.88c: cables 1.89c
. trecci 1 lemand 9 5 7c
New oiU exchange on Montreal
per ent discount
Time loans steady, unchanged.
Call monej steady; high 10 per cent,
few ' p. r cent; ruling rate 9 p. it on',
.losing bid 9 per cent; offered at 10
per cent; last loan 10 per cent.
( Hit VGO M rURESi
'. CHICAGO, Oct 27,
Open High Low Close
Wheat- : m
lUcc. $2.10V2 $2.12 $2.09 ?2 Ob ,
March 2.02 2.05 1.99 2 on
1 Dec. .S2T .S3 Si i .81 s
Mny .89 -68 -SS'i
; Oats . , I
Lee. .5 4TS 55 't l 4'
Ma 70 .i'"t 5-1 j9'i
Nov .... 23.75 23 50 23 50
!.lan. 25.00 25 25 24.80 21.90
Nov IS 1 . 19.50 19.85 ,
Jiin lo.'..5 1 6;97 16 7o 16.70
Jan. 1 4. SO I I 80 13 90 15.90
KANSAS Oin A ESTOI 1
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. Oct- 27. !
il nil'-il Stat-. 1 of Markets 1
Cattle Receipts 18,000; beef steers;
Slow, steady to weak: earllngs 51C.00; 1
1 8he-8tOCk and bUllfl mostly J5c higher:!
stock sales 10 to 50c Higher; bulk cows
an.l neiiers fu.uu'n s.vv; iew iu.s
$9.00 12 00: eanners strong to 25c 1
higher; bull! around $4,00; calves!
stej.l to strong; feeders steady. J
Hogs Receipts 7500; murket barely
,,ii . mbstl) around 25c higher than
yesterday's ...'rage, bulk medium and
heavyweight 12.75't;13 15. good arid
choice 130 to 160 pound hogs $12.50
c-i 12.80, k
Sheep Receipts Hi. 000. sheep and
yearlings' mostly 26c higher; western
yearlings S'J.50; ewes and fat lambs
steady; westerns $12. 50$ il. 60; feed
ins lambs slow. $11.25.
Ill . l M IRIU I
NEW YORK, Oct. 27. Copper nom-,
Inal; electrolytic srot .md founii quar
ter 1415C for small lote. pro
ducers not quoting'
j, Iron no mil nail unchanged
Tin firm; spot antl nearbv In. 75c.
Lead steady, unchanged.
Zinc quiet, unchanged.
Zinc quiet. U.cst St. Lous delivery 1
At London: Spot copper USS 7s
6d; electrolytic tin 261 17s Cd.
lead i.'3 7 6s 6d. zinc 39
1 lH PRU ES
CHICAGO, i 27 Wheat No. 2
hard $2. 1502- 1 6-
Corn mixed 85V8ic; No. 2 yel
low Mist 0 88c.
Oats So 2 white 54055c; No.
3 white 53 rn 54c.
s K-.e No. 2 $1 .7 6.
Barley 80c 'h 11 . o9.
' Timothy seed $5.00j6.5o.
Clover seed $12.00ty2
1 Pork nominal
1 Lard $19.60.
t Kihs $ In on lit 1 7 . 00.
, lt sit, Alt I.OWKK
1 NKW FORK; cl 27. Further-de-1
1 ollnea were recorded in the local raw
i sugar market when about 5500 bags
1 of Perus were sold to a local refiner
I at 7 cents c. 1. f., equal to 8.26c for,
s Refined was steady at 1112c for
Tjflne granulated. Futures were Inac
itlve and at midday December, the only
. month Irad'd in. WSS t t.oints loWer.
I NKW YORK.. Oct. 27. "Liberty
i bonds closed :
I 3s 92.96: first 4s 89.50; second
j 4s 88 .38; first 1 4s 8 9.60; second 4 '4
86.82; third 4 Us '..o.r.j. fourth 4 ' s
r H8.68. Victory 3s 9 6.16; Victory
ft Sll, I It.
I LONDON, Oct. 27 Bar Oliver 36d
' per ounce.
! Money and discount unchanged.
BRITISH VESSEL STRIKES
ROCKY BAY STATE SHORE
1 VINEYARD HAVKN. Mas. Oct 27
The British steamer Tinemorc
grounded on a rocky bottom while
coming to ambor at the harbor en
trance here in a foe last night The
ea was smooth and she was though:
to be. In no danger. The coast guard
eutter Acushnel hoped to float her ai
h.gh ;ide toda -
New Yoik City contain- 2750 iac
dres.-es and wai-ts.
d rests) and waists.
L UTAH'S FINEST THEATRE sb - - I I
BIG NEW SHOW BEGINS TODAY I I
"Oh pifFl!" cried the Duchess. "Your con- n
duct gives me a pain!" p
I For she'd gone stale on the pake 9 B
R Then : came : . V Links aiid aseball into her m H I
Su. when the fall revolution came, Her I lUM I f
Highness sneaked to the U. S. A. and went fcv$ !
to baking "wheats" in a beanery. Until $ WS j f J. A
Tut y-ou'l want to SEE the rest: a whirl- M. ' fl
wind romance of laughs, love and excite- j rf 9
Story by Harry Carr Scenario by Wells Hastings Directed by George Fawcett W
II prices: f orw on f4AL i '
gj - UJg&3 323 - 5:45
tasa w w 7 7:30 9:15 Hi
I PICTURES WILL BE SHOWN 'TIL 6:30 P. M. FRIDAY 1 I
iREPUBLIGAs SALLY AT 8 P.M. J. ADAM BEDE.J 1
1 AMERICA'S GREATEST POLITICAL HUMORIST, WILL DISCUSS NATIONAL ISSUES B B
1 BIG MUSICAL PROGRAM I
1 FATTY ARBUCKLE AND MACK SENNETT COMEDIES, 7 TO G P.M. H r
I Docis Open to Public at 7 P. M. i I
1 Admission Free Everybody Welcome
bjbjks . .
GERMAN CANOEISTS GO MOTORING
A freakish feature of the recent canoe regatta at Grtinrtti. Germany . the first to be help in the nei re
pcrjblic siin t the beginning o the war. was ilus canoe-shaped automobile. One of Uic competing clalia
Itirought ii mt and drew considerable attention with it.
PAUL TO RULE GREECE
IF PLEDGES ARE MADE
atui-JNS, Oct. 27. Instructions will
he. sent by the government today 10
Jft Right Off Without Pain
; I ft
-Doesn't hurt a bit'. Drop a little
Ereezone od an a hinx corn. ln?tant!
that corn stops hurting, then nbortiy
you lift il right off with finger. Truly:
Your druggist sell a tiny bottle of
I'reezone for a few cent?, sufficient to
, relto erery hard corn, soft coru, or
corn between the tu-. ami the cal
lu.sea, wKhOul soreness or irritation.
m fSSS i tmfSJJHBP
the Gretik minister at Berne to pre- j
.sent to Prince Taul. brother of thM
late King Alexander, the government's
condolences and tu Inform him :ha:
"California Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative
Accept "California"' Svrup Of Flja
only- look for th- name California on
the package, then you are sure our
! child ia bavlnc ite best and most
harmless phpic (or the 1111!" stomacn
" liver and bowels. Children love ll
fruity uste. Full uirection."1 on cacn
bottle. Vou must say California.'
he has been called to succtcd lo the
Owin to the present relations ex
isting between the Greek nation" and
:he hfuse of former Ki:i C9nsta.11
Tine, the minister is reciucal.'d to In
form l'rlncc Paul thnt. before !h.-rc
i offWi.il pro. la ma I Ion of hl a- -I
ession to'thr throbe, certiin guar
antees nillSt be civen
These Include the formal and "Ir
revocable" abdication of former Klrnr
Constantino, renunciation by Prince
fleorge. l,jke of Sparta, of all clsjnia
to the throne and recognition y the
new king of the lcKalit of the stale
of, affalra resultln? from the Salonikl
HAITI EN NATIVES KILLED
FOUND TO NUMBER. 2250
WASHINGTON, Oct. ,27 Natives
killed In Haiti during the five years
of American occupation numbered
I,2o0 in'-ad of 3.250 as prevlooal.
.ennounced by the navyileiSrtmeiit. It
wan dlseloHod si the opening public
;.jii today of the naval court of
ItljlOlry, r.cently appointed by Seer. -tury
Daniels' to investigate the eon
durf the marines in "tho island re
public. Brigadier-Genera! Harnett, fornic
eommandant of the corps. th find
Witness before the court, testified that
a mistake in addition had lul to U11
prroneons annoctic-ment. Major Kd
tnund EJL NtcCWKan atrachcl .0 the
CSSHatlf) rSCOTd office of the corps,
testified that only a very few of the
natives killed had nut failen 0 action
with the marine or the genarmes.
MRS. TKQMAS ,
WORD TO WOHEH
Tells of the Greafc Good Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound Did For Her.
Momce. iMich - " About a vear nf ter
my second baby wae horn f suffered
llllllllii'lllllJIIllHTIHTTl Wlt cul;::mess every
I !i!UaHiMcUJI morr.ing so thai i
I lflfl9MSHftH cot. id hardly get
IsJDBbI arotri -'. 1 had heard
1 from other women
t "', . aoout your medicine
EElB: and had read let torn
r about it so my lit: -
' p . ;,j bd got me Lydia
L ' i ,l:iiam's Yege
vi'f '''" I table Compound
j ylH il' which I took sect
efbksr Lng to directions and
. .' .. . . i m ahort time 1 was
entirely relieved. I also took the Vege
table Compound before r.iy last baby
came and am thankful to say that it
tiered my sufferings very much and I
shall never be without it at such times. K
1 have '"Id others of its great wortji
I and .shall keojton telling it. ' Mrs Lo. LR '
Tti '.ma.-', box 16), Worrice, Midi.
Women should not continue to suffer Iji
' Jav in and day out and drag out a sickly, Ija
half-hearted existence, missing three- YWt
fourths of the joy of living, when t!ia JK
car Cnd health in Lvdia L. PinkhanV
If yon would like free confidential an- or
vice address Lydia E. Pinkhain iMedidne
Co.. Lynn, Mass.
Wi, Tfie Laxaiive
For Quick Rettef
Grapolo does hot contain calemel. or
other mercury s-atts. It is purely vege
table, mild but positive in action, and .
absolutely harmless. The small, choc H
I tie -coated tablets arc easy to take. . btfl
and give a natural movement, with
out purging or griping. Price 25 cents.
The A. u afclntyre Drug Co Tw
The world producflon of graphite SfjL
has ben about 120;QOO tons.