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W THE PROVO HERALD
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B PROVO . UTAH
H TJTAIT STATE NEWS
Hb' Kphrnlm has an epidemic of gear
HHH', let fever, though up to date only onu
BHBi'' caso hns proved fatal.
KW Ogdon capitalists nro dUcimnlnK
HI tho advisability of establishing a
HJH woolen mill In that city.
HffiB The roof of tho pool room of tho
HvS Clark building, In Park City, caved
HbVkj In one night last week from the
H6 weight of snow,
BK It is tho Intention to fill every avail-
1 able placo In Salt I-nko City with
HMBf flowers for the 0. A. IV encampment,
HHk to bo held next August.
tvf Eight rcslduntB of Utah will bo
Hffip named ns mcmberH of a statn dairy
HJflR and pure food bureau If tho bill creat-
Vflf I lng Bitch bureau becomes a law,
fl Tho officers of tho Fruitgrowers' bb-
Pjf w! foclntlon formed at Wlllnrd aro bitBy
Mil m'l at work selling stock, so as to get tho
Sf S necessary amount beforo they Incur
FE R poratc.
JH M Word comes from Kansas that n
HR m ' great number of tho IG.OUU old sol-
SnqK liters now living In that stato will bo
DH in Halt Lako City to attend tho 0. A.
EuS U. encampment next summer
dKjl The preliminary hearing of John W.
IB8 Att, on tho chargo of murder com'
Bgj mlttcd at Logan, wan again pofct-
IVS ponod last week, at tho ronitcBt of tho
KjM attorney for tho accused man.
Kfljl Tho river nnd harbor bill, reported
RHK to tho house, authorizes a survey of
JHflJI Grand river, Utah, from Its mouth to
H; Moab; also a survey of Green river
Nljflff1'. from its mouth to Green river.
LjjHJ Tho Cache county poultry show,
Of Jh held In Logan last week, was an mi-
fHl qualified success, between COO nnd
PJtHJ! 700 birds, embracing all tho standard
ijUk varieties, being cntored In competl
llf f ,lon-
tlfS'" Jack Lex was stabbed by John
Mjlf Sweeney during au altercation bo-
Nflf , tween tho two nion In Salt Lako City.
UBm1 Lex wan struck on tho top of tho head
gfjfcjlf with an open pocket knife, but wan
H9f not dangerously Injured.
I Ilnrvoy Sundrup, of Kphrnlm, was
HI chopping wood with an ax, which had
Hni recently been sharpened, and, ns ho
HU raised it, ho slipped on tho Ico, tho
HI " ax falling down on his foot, partially
Hflf se vorlng two of his toes.
Adrian Woolley, tho 12-year-old sou
Hfll of Docket Clerk Woolley, of tho house
HEW j of roprosentatlves, met with nn no
BBJ cldent at his homo In Ogden, by
RBgj which his left leg was broken bo-
SHU? tween the thigh and kneo,
BKjr Tho National Warehouso ii Storage
hB, company has completed Ita organlza-
BJB. tlon In Chicago for tho purposo of
BEIi . storing tho clip of tho western wool-
V nrowen., which will bo cheering news
HBV to tho Utah wool growers.
WJ1;4' Joseph Stratford and his wife Kllza-
(HXj betb, both long tlmo and highly ro-
IHH! fpeck-d rosldcntn of Wcbor county,
IHU'" wore burled on tlip samo day In Or-
R' den last week. Mrs. Stratford died
!JBJK two days after tho death of her hus
HjK Virgil Anderson of Spring City waa
QHR' badly Injured whllo working In a
DHlf saw mill last week. His leg was
Wffe caught 'In some way between a car
IjHJft rlage and a pllo of lumber, and as tho
Hjf horso took a stop forward his leg war
IJBB badly broken,
Hfij Prcsldont Joseph P. Smith of the
IflBi Mormon church nnd a party of twelve
1B IeTt Salt Lako City on February 17
SHf' tor a trip to tho Sandwich Islands
HS Tho en tiro trip will roqulro about six
jE weeks, most of tho tlmo being con
HKi sumed In traveling.
BV William McAndrowB, 40 yenrs old
HBp a minor, iccently employed at. Grants
Vtl vlllo, committed sulcldo In Salt Lako
BBf'' February 20, taking n compound oi
HBuT, chloral, bromldo and morphine. Do
HBW' spondencj- after a protracted spre
HJf was responslblo for tho deed.
In In a shooting affray at ScoHold
HEf Matt Lester, n Finlander, shot Aleck
Ji,' .Wilson through tho hand and John L
flHT 'Wilson was shot In tho leg. Ilotti ol
tho Injured mon wera attempting to
HHi prevent Lester from shooting n Slav,
flNf, with whom ho had been quarreling.
Ul F"' Lorenzo Strocbol, aged 3G, em-
M S. ployed In a hotel In Ogdcn, committed
Ha I, lulcldo Inst wok. cutting his throat
HS with a ra"r, being dead when ho was
HU llscovcrc-J. Tho cause of tho sulcldo
HB C Is said to have been unrequited lovo
Hij tor a young woman employed at tho
ft K' antcl.
Hi) p'-i Dr. Uonry Hopkins, of Kugono, Ore.,
I ! ' a veteran of the civil war, died from
BJI f heart dlseaso Just after coming out
Q t. of tho pool In tho Sanitarium In Salt
Bmg? Lake City. It Is understood tho doc-
f!Jw' tor overtaxed his Btrongth whllo In
fehl:i.. "IS. hath, death coming as ho was
Bfi Charles. Caatle, a horse trader, has
fl been arrested In Salt Lako City, ao-
Hj & cused of tying n ropo to n balk)
T I horse's tonguo, fastening tho ropo to
K .?- another horse, and tearing off a pap
mr Hon of tho tonguo of tho balky horse
Bf Castlo denies tho chargo nnd will
IIE stand trial.
HKr. It has developed that Mrs. May
flfl-lj Hedge Wood, who died In Salt Lako
Hr&I City under ssuplclotis circumstances,
HJlfi; :ommltted suicide, taking morphine
hK tablets. Au Investigation dovelopvd
HH the fact that this was the third at-
HJKr' tempt tho young woman had inodo to
HHS3.' end her life.
HgfcF-' T1o "ews comes from Tucker that
HBHt a largo number of horses have been
HHk inowbound In Spanish Fork canyon,
HJukk as u result' of the heavy snows, and
HtaBrnt that twolvo of the animals have
HjnHB starved to death, nnd It Is feared tho
DjB loss will be much heavier boforo the
tBK1 snow disappears.
BlWSbt Jchn IafDUS a Bctlon hand, whllo
r jF'viij neated on a snowbank watching a
H- ' k freight train pass by, near Park City,
JrH)' r"d down under a car and was badly
Hft'5"'. Injured, one leg and an arm being
Hf. badly nlashod. The snow on which
HJjL l-m was seated beg&n to slide, cails-
KRm - lNt 'the accident.
KM. "'m'ool growers of North' Sanpetn
k,v hr sold wool to tho amount of
HEftf J200,fi()0 within the past few weeks,
Pf'' tie price Averaging about 16 cents.
HT(f Br half of this amount was sold by
J ' - Fbuntsln Orean wool grower, whllo I
MMMhlug; like 2,000 pounds ciiao I
ra Mt. FUUMt. I
OUT TIE CHEEKS
Frenzied Mob Tries to Revenge the
Murder of Policeman by Greek
in Packing House City.
Two Doys Shot and at Least Eight
Persons Injured by Heavy Mis
siles, While Thirty Buildings
Were Partially Wrecked.
Omaha, Nob. Following a ha
ranguo at a mass meeting nt ths city
hall In South Omaha Sunday after
noon,' nt which two members of the
stato legislature and an attorney were
tho principal spenkers, a wild mob of
800 to 1,000 men started for tho
Greek quarters to avongo tho death
of Patrolman Kdward Lnwcry, who
was shot nnd killed Friday night by
a Greek whom ha hnd placed under
arrest. Ucforo their thirst for blood
bad been satisfied two boys wcro shot
and nt least eight persons had been
Injured by heavy missiles, which tho
crowd used us weapons, nnd not less
than thirty buildings wero partially
demolished. Tho Injured boys aro
Frank Swneonoy and Joseph Gamble,
each about 15 years of ago, who re
ceived part of tho contents of n shot
gun fired Into tho crowd by tho mad
dened Greoks. Tho other persons
Injured wcro nil forolgnors, and after
their wounds woro dressed they wcro
tent to their homes.
INDIAN RUNS AMUCK.
Noble Redskin Creates Reign of Ter
ror In Cincinnati,
Cincinnati, With an car-spllttlng
war-whoop, nn unidentified Navajo In
dian war chief ran amuck In tho
'Union station hero Sunday nnd bororo
ho could bo overhauled ho had fatally
.tabbed Mrs. Anna Dovord of Hunt
ington, W Vn., nnd Max Meyers of
Cincinnati, and Borlously wounded Jo
oph W. Gordon of Cambridge III,
Tho Indian, with four Sioux war
chlofs from Kansas, had alighted
from n crowded train. As tho pas
sengers alighted from tho train the
Indian, with n yoll, drow a long dag
gor and started 'through tho crowd,
.sla&htng right and left. Mrs. Dovord
was nearest to tho Indian, walking
up tho platform with a child In her
arms, llcforo bIio heard tho warning
cry raised by passengers, tho Indian
lad burled tho dagger In her back and
then slashed her across tho body and
arms, llcforo he could bo overpow
ered, tho crazed savage hnd also Blab
bed Meyers nnd Gordon,
CLARK TO FIQHT TRU8T.
Montana Millionaire at Head of Pow
erful Powder Manufacturing Co,
San Francisco. Hacked by tho In
terests headod by Sonator William A.
Clark of Montana, a powder manu
facturing company, beginning operations-
with a capital of $3,000,000 will
rhortly erect n plant In ono of tho
bay counties nnd ongago In active
competition with the powder trust, ac
cording to n statement made In this
city. Associated In the enterprise, It
Is Bald, will bo John Ilermlnghnm,
formorly general manager of tho Du
lont Nomours I"owdor company; J. A.
Folgor, head of a local mercantile con
cern, and forirrr Jtnto Senator Chns.
M. Ilclshaw. 1. - plant, It Is believed,
will bo located in tho vicinity of Au
lloch. Tho powder trust operate nu
merous factories In this state, nnd
sevonil of those nro located on the
shores of Snn Frnnclsco bay
Jockey Finds Fortune.
San Francisco. John Douglass, a
21-year-old boy employed nt tho Manx
hotel in this city, has received word
from a Now York law Arm that ho Is
named lu tho will of Colonel G, H.
Wfirllold, recontly deceased, as tho
Inheritor of $32,000. Douglass for
morly was n polo pony Jockey, nnd
rodo for Colouol Wnrflcld. who bo
eanio attached to the boy and kopt
him In mind when druwlng up tils
will. Tho lucky youth says that he
will travel In Kurope for n time.
Douglass' father Is C. K. Douglass,
an nttornoy of Los Angolos.
Cannot Collect Gambling Debt.
Carson, Nov. That a gambling dnb"t
ennnot bo legnlly collected In this
stato was In effect tho unanimous de
cision of tho supremo court of Nova--thtr--)-tt
u.-tfraA.UM'.l Imvrr coiirL
In tho caso of Ilurko & Co. of Gold
field versus Hamilton Iluck. Tho hit
ter had glvon Ilurko a check, tho value
of which he had played nnd lost noon
Knmcs. Tho following morning ho or
dered tho bank to refuso payment
upon tho check. Ilurko & Co. sued tho
bank nnd obtained Judgment
Lives of Thirty People Endangored
by Fire In Nevada. Town,
Lovolock, Nevada. Proporty valudd
nt 10.000 was destroyed and the lives
of thirty people endangered by a flro
that raged In the business portion of
Ixwclack Rt 3 o'clock Saturday morn
ing. The blaze, duo to an oxplodlng
gasollno light machine, broke out In
tho Stag Inn, n saloon, aud quickly
spread to tho Frauklln hotel, 'tilled
with sleeping people. Hair a. block of
business houses wero destroyed beforo
tho volunteer tiro department got tho
tiro undor control.
Woman Brutally Murdered.
Detroit, Mich. Mrs, Francos Rich
ard, aged 6S, was found murdered in
her home on Sunday, Thoro wero
throe gashos in her throat and faco.
Within a few Inrhes of the bed, where
It lay on tho door with a large blood
covered butcher knife beneath It, was
a lighted lamp with a piece of paper
over the chimney, so arranged that
it would take tire and lsnlto the bad
clothing, The timely visit of a neigh
bor, who discovered the crime, pre
vented . blaze Frank Blalk, aei
it, Is locked up,
PRESIDENT HOT AUTHORIZED
TO PERMIT ABS0RPT10H
8ueh Is the Report of Committee Ap
pointed to Investigate Merger of
Tennessee and Steel Trust.
Washington. I)y a voto of three
to two, tho sub-committee of
the committee on Judiciary, which has
been Investigating tho merger of tho
Tennesseo Coal and Iron company and
tho United States Steel corporation,
on February 20th decided to report to
tho full committee, that tho president
was not authorized to permit tho ab
sorption. Tho committee found nlso that Prcs
ldont Iloosevclt was equnlly unauthor
ized to direct tho attorney general not
to Interfere with tho merger and not
to enforco tho federal statutes against
It. It was decided also that as both
companies woro engaged In Interstate
commerce, the absorption was In vio
lation of tho Sherman nntl-trust law.
It wns found that tho effect nnd pur
poso of tho absorption were to monop
ollzo tho Iron ore supply of tho coun
try and generaly to eliminate tho Ten
nesseo company ns n competitor of tho
United States Steel corporation.
Tho Inquiry wns conducted by a sub
committee of five, Messrs. Clarke of
Wyoming, Klttrcdgc, Dillingham, Cul
berson and Overman. Tho first thrco
of these nro Republicans aud tho last
two Democrats. Senator Klttrcdgo
Joined with the two Democrats In
making tho majority report. No mi
nority report was mado by Senators
Clarke and Dillingham.
Starving Chinese Found In Sealed
Dox Car In California Town.
Snn Luis Obispo, Cal. An organ
ized plan to smuggle Asiatics Into this
country mny be unearthed ns a result
of tho discovery of twenty-two Chi
noso In a box enr In this city. Tho
most peculiar featuro of tho dlscovory
was that the Celestials wore In a
bonded car, scaled with tho, govern
ment stamp, Tho car was billed from
Algiers, a town near Now Orleans,
whero it loft on February 10, and was
billed to San Francisco. Owing to
numerous landslides and washouts,
tho car was delayed on tho const di
vision of the Southern Pacific.
Whllo passing tho scaled box car In
tho yards on Sunday, Conductor Pago
heard voices in it. In response to a
question who was In tho car, ho re
ceived an offer of two dollars for a
bucket of wator In tho pigeon English
of Chinese Tho sheriff's nfllco was
notified, tho seals broken and twenty
two halt-starved Chinese tnken out
All hnd largo canteens, but which
during tho long Journey hnd been
drained of every drop of water.
TAKE CRACK AT HARRIMAN.
Oregon Senators Charge Railroad
King With Preventing Develop
ment. Salem, Oro. Kdward II. Hnrrlman
was given n verbal flaying In tho Oro
Fon stnto sennto on Friday, after
which that body adopted a resolution
proposing tho amendment of tho
stnto constitution so that tho state
may own and construct railroads.
Tills resolution has already passed
tho house. Hl
Senators charged Mr. Hnrrlman
with preventing tho development of
central Oregon, charged him with
using obstructive tactics when tho
Hill lines wcro building tho Spokane,
Portland & Seattlo railroad (North
Dank road) down tho Columbia river,
nnd accused him of considering cen
tral Oregon his private domain.
Printing Ollts Must be Reduced.
Washington, Constant and unin
terrupted growth of tho cost of pub
lic printing hns Increased this ttom
of public expense from $200,000 In
1840 to mora than $7,000,000 In 1905.
according to tho report of the print
ing Investigation commission created
four years ago which has submitted
to congress n report covering Kb ex
tensive Inquiry. Savings of moro
than a half million dollars a yenr aro
bolng effected, nccordlng to tho re
port., ob tho result of legislation rec
ommended from lime to tlmo, giving
the Joint committee, on printing cer
tain powers of supervision.
Convicted of Kidnaping Millionaire,
nolllngham, Wash, After being out
twonty hours, tho Jury at Mount Vor
non declared Leo Dezemcr guilty of
kidnaping for tho purposo of holding
for ransom. On tho evening of Octo
ber 10, last, Ilezonier held up Edward
English, a millionaire loggor, on tho
county. Tho logger was forced to
drlvo into the woods, and was then
orderod from bis carriage nt tho point
of a pistol and bound to a tree, after
being cporccd Into writing nn order
to his wife, to pay bearer $5,CO0.
llcforo Mrs. English could secure the
money, her husband escaped,
os Angeles to Have Divorce Court.
Los Angeles. Los Angeles county
Is to have tho first -dlvorco court In
California, If not In tho country. Ar
rangements wero cohiplotod for it at
a conforenco of Judges of the suporlor
court. Judge James Is to bo tho first
Judge of the dlvorco court, and will
take his seat In that capacity May L
He will dovoto practically all of his
tlmo to (ho consideration of dlvorco
matters. Ills term lu that work will
rontlnuo for one year, when anothor
Judge will tako up the work.
C. M. Garnet, who attempted ,to
blackmail Lawrenco M. Jones, a Kan
sas City merchant, out or $7,000, has
confessed that ho Is Robert Benjamin
Illedsoe, and that he lived on a farm
five miles north of Dallas, Tex. Ho
has a wife nnd two children living
there now, he states
Dripping with blood from self-ln-tllcted
wounds, nnd with an American
flas In one hand and a razor In the
other, Edward McGann committed aui
clde by cutting his throat in full view
of a hundred school children as they
vere raikine their exit (rem a school
house In Ricbmond, Ctl
llS DEATH TO
THE RACING CAME
Governor Gillett of California Signs
the Anti-Race Track Gambling
Dill After Due Consideration.
New Law Goes Into Effect on March
10, Violation of Which Is Punish
able by Imprisonment for a
Period of Not Lets Than
Sacramento, Cal. Governor Gillett
signed tho Walker-Otis nntl-rnco
track gambling bill on Friday, which
will havo tho effect of closing tho big
tracks at Emeryville nnd Arcndla.
Tho mcasuro was sent to tho gov
ernor on February 10, after having
been passed by both houses with prac
tically no opposition. Under tho law
I ho chief executtvo has ton days for
consideration of all bills Bent htm by
tho legislature. Friday was tho
:ilnth day since ho received tho Wal-kcr-Otls
bill. Ho Ha Id that he took
tho bills In their order on his tllo
ns Is his custom.
Tho signing of the bill by Governor
Gillett sounds tho final knell of tho
pool selling at tho race tracks In Cal
ifornia, as well as wiping out tho
various pool rooms which havo
thrived both openly nnd secretly In
all parts of the state
Violation of tho new law, which
goes Into effect ten days from date,
Is punishable by Imprisonment In tho
county Jail or prison for a period of
not less than thirty days and not ex
ceeding one year.
Tho bill passed both houses by
overwhelming odds, tho assembly vot
ing 07 to 10 for Its passage whllo
tho senate sent It to tho governor
for slgnnturo with 33 ayes against
but 7 noes.
INVITE WORLD TO TAKE PART.
Foreign Powers Asked to Take Part
In Conservation of Resources
Washington. So thoroughly Im
pressed Is President Roosevelt with
the necessity of conservation of the
natural resources of tho world that
on Frldny ho directed Secretary of
Stato Bacon, at the suggestion of tho
National Amerlcnn Conservation con
gress In session here, to extend n for
mal Invitation to foreign powers to
participate In nn annual conference
to dcnl wit hthls Important problem,
to bo hold nt Tho Haguo noxt Sep
tember, Tho announcement of tho proposed
International gathering wns made by
President Hoosovelt following n
luncheon which he gavo In honor of
tho commissioners from this country,
Canada nnd Mexico, who nro In at
tendance upon tho American Conscr
atton congress. In addition. Embas
sador Dryco of Great Ilrltnln, Sena
tor Knox nnd others woro present.
Senator Knox, who is to bo secretary
of stnto In Mr. Tnft's cabinet, Is lu
hearty sympathy with tho Idea of n
world's conference All of tho forty
llvo nations represented at Tho
Haguo peace conforenco will bo in
vited to participate.
RELIGIOUS WAR IN NEVADA.
Two Auttrlans Shoot Into Crowd, But
Prove Poor Marksmen.
Ely, Novndn, What Is formed tho
.ntervcntlon of providenco alone
saved moro than twenty men, women
and children from being slaughtered
In this city Wednesday night, when
Miko Itnklsch and Nick Evnnosvlch,
Austrlnns, Btood In tho doorway and
opened flro upon a crowd of merry
makers In tho homo of John Krompo
tac. After tho shooting twenty-two,
bullet holes were counted In the walls
of tho houso, yet with all this shoot
Jng but two persons wcro wounded,
Tho shooting.' Austrlans woro
among thirty who hnd been Invited
to a social gathering, Thoy nro snld
to havo bocomo nngered when boiiio
ono In tho party accused them of bo
lng members of tho Greek Catholic
Reprieve Came at Last Moment.
Lincoln. With only nn hour to
llvo, undor tho terms of tho death
warrant read to him, It. Mead Shum
way was reprieved by tho supremo
court Friday aftornoon and a stay of
sentence granted until March 5.
Shumwny was condemned to die for
tho murder of Mrs. Sarah Martin on
September 3, 1907. Tho reprieva
-tttrs t rtmi-d-m)d"r tli.i rhawlrc mmto.
In affidavits that onq of tho Jurors
Who sat In tho caso committed biiI
ride becnuBo of remorso over his ac
quiescence lu tho death pcnnlty nnd
n further affidavit that Shumway wns
struck on the head when n boy and
that his mind was affected In consequence.
Kansas Legislature Passes a Drastic
Topeka, Knn. Tho sennto has con
curred In tho house amendments to
the absolute prohibition bill. The
bill will bocomo n law whon signed
by the governor nnd published. It Is
Iho most drastic prohibition measuro
suggested, as it provides that physi
cians cannot prescribe liquor nnd
that druggists cannot Boll Intoxicants
for any purposo whatever. Governor
Stubbs Is known to bo In favor of tho
Remorse Over Misspent Life Causes
8L raul. Holder Ilrayton, cashier
In tho offices of-the Northern Pacific
railroad land department, died here
Friday as the result of a sKot fired
by himself Thursday evening In his
rottnge on Whlto Dear lako He left
a letter for his fiancee, Miss Kout,
of this city It bocame known after
the suicide that Ilrayton. who was a
trusted employe, was short several
hundred dollars In bis accounts Bray
ton left the following note "Tots is
, the end of a mltipent lite, Attach no
blime to any one,"
NEW 8TRENQTH FOR WOMEN'8 '
How to Make a Bad Back Better.
Women who suffer with backache,
bearing down pain, dizzy spells, nnd
i that constant feeling ,
jg& 15,7BM of dullness nnd tired-SC-tI8B
ness, will find hopo
.oflLl3 '" I'10 advice of Mrs.
LUM Wdk Mary HInson of 21
VmlfWIB Strother St., Mt.
rrk strrtlB. Ky. "Had
i ' ,3 I not used Doan's
. ! f T1 Kidney Pills I be- '
Ilovo I would not bo living to-day,"
Bays Mrs, HInson. "My eyesight was
poor, I suffered with nervous, Bptlttlng
headaches, spots would dance before
my eyes, and nt times I would bo so
dizzy I would havo to grasp some
thing for support. My back wns so
weak and painful I could hardly bend
over to button my shoes nnd could not
get around without suffering severely.
Doan's Kidney Pills helped mo from
tho first, nnd I continued until practi
cally well again."
Sold by all dealers. CO cents a box.
Fostcr-Mllbtirn Co.. Iluffolo. N. Y.
Musical Note, Slgnor Harmonetti Is
at Present Engaged In Composing a
"The young mnn Is smitten with you,
Jeannttc. Ho pays you radiate happi
"And he also snld you radiate
"Dear mo, how funny."
"What's funny, denr?"
"Why, ho must think I am a radia
tor." The human rnco hns traveled far
nwny from Its beginnings when tho
flguro eight Is considered to bu tho
standard form In woman, and a "rat"
makes many a mnlo heart beat
When worthy men fall out, only
ono of them may be faulty at first;
but If strife contlnuo long, commonly
both becomo guilty. Fuller.
, 1MI.1N tHIIinil IN O TO 14 DAYS.
l'A70 UINTMKNT U suanntn-d to cum anr raw
nt Itrlilnn. illlnrt. Illi-lInK or rnxrwllnf Mm Id
C to II daya or luonuy ri-fundM. 60c
What you call temper In your wlfo
you call temperament In yourself.
.lltt-n'a root-KuM-.fi I'owilrr
)(irtwtU-n,w-atlnir fret, t-lTrOnMantrrllef. Tha
original jHiwdur fur the feet. ' at alt liruwUti.
A woman probably feels bluo when
sho Is green with envy.
Mr. Wlnalnw'a boothlno; rap.
For ctilldrf a tcvtbiotf, aoftras thei?urQi,r6durfi li
Tho common people bollovo without
PHYSICIANS CURE SKIN
WITH SIMPLE REMEDY
Noted Eczema Specialist Comments on
a Proven Specific for Skin Diseases.
Physicians everywhero contlnuo their
pralso for ordinary oil of wlntergreen
In n wonderful specific for I'czemannd
other itching Bkln diseases. This liquid,
puro nnd clean ns water, externally ap
plied has Instant effect. A few drops
on the btirnltiK. ltchltiK sore cnunrs In
stant rcllrf. nnd Bliort continued use
gives n complete cure ,
Dr. C. II. llolmen of Silver City. Miss.,
Ik ho rntlnuliiKtlc nbout tills remedy
I). D. 1). Prescription that lie declares
In n letter to the D. D. D. Company of
ClilcitKO tlint (hi" nrt-nt rrmrily la n
rtrnr it npri-lfii for Irmn na la iiilnlnr
tor innlnrln. "I liavo been ualtiK your
I). D. D. for four yenrs with Brntlfylng
results." writes Dr. Holmes.
There nre thousands of ether physi
cians who use 1). D I. Inscription, tho
oil of wlnterKreen specinc. D. . D.
cures nnd It Is so clean tn use. If wo
did not Uiioit what I). I). I), will do we
would not recommend It to our friends
Not Worth Bothering With.
Patient Doctor, I've got n pain cov
ering n spot Just about as lnrge as n
half dollar I should say, right under
I my left shoulder blade.
I Doctor Humph! If tho pnln nrea Is
I no larger than that It Isn't worth
bothering with. Wait until It gets
about tho bIzc of a two-dollnr bill, then
I como around nnd boo me. Illustrated
His First Practice.
Tho old fat titer stood In front of tho
"Human Frog" In the museum. "How
did yeott ever find out jeotl wero n
contortionist?" ho drawled, curiously.
'"Shi" whispered the contortionist.
, "It's u secret, but I onco tried to dress
In tho upper berth of n .Pullman
How Lorella Was Interested.
While tho visitor told how ho had
ridden 30 thrilling miles on tho cow
catcher of n locomotive, five-year-old
Lorella listened nltenthely. As ho
concluded, sho usked: "Did you catch
tho cow, Mr. Illank?"
No bat infill droit in Gnilielil Tea. N'n
iire's lavtive it Is eeiiipn-ed nliull) of
chilli, oui'i't, lieultli-tiiviiiii Herbx! For ron-,
utip.ition, lier nnd kidney troubles.
It's a good thing to havo opinions
nnd It's a better thing to keep the lid
on them somotlmes.
o.M.r im: "intoMo qi'imm;"
That la 1.AXAT1VK IIIIOMO OUIN1NK. I eok fm
thn alirnaturo of K. W. OltoVK. UmhI IIiu Wurlit
iri-r tu Curo a Cold In One l)ar. ftc.
Somo men have no excuse for being
eobor when the lid Is off.
W. N. U., Salt Lake City, No. 9, 1909.
Wc know of no other medicine which lias been so suc
cessful in relieving the suffering of women, or secured so
many genuine testimonials, as has Lydia E. Pinkham's
In almost every community you will find women who
have been restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound. Almost every woman you meet has
either been benefited by it, or knows some one who has.
In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., arc files con
taining over one million one hundred thousand letters from
women seeking health, in which many openly state over
taking Lydia L. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has saved
many women from surgical operations.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is made ex
clusively from roots and herbs, and is perfectly harmless.
e The reason v.hv it is so successful is because it contains
ingredients which act directly upon the female organism,
restoring it to healthy and normal activity.
Thousands of unsolicited and genuine testimonials such
as the following prove the efficiency of this simple remedy.
lerlvcT"ro.nlrlmtarr,m,,1,0 VAlhUo. uw tho benefits to l,o
JSJv!0- arC s"ffer,inS fr those distressing ills
peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of these facts
Compound to restore their health.
For DISTEMPER lr
V I A vX -. . . & Cotnrrb.nl Fever
2 SPOHH MEDICAL CO., ttMS& GOSHEH, IND., II, S, 4.
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men of Provo. "
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Fruit and Produce. I
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Watches and Jewelry
John T. Taylor,
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Waikins ft Bcrch '
835 So. Academy Avenue, Provo
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Provo City, Ufah
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John IV Twelves
JOS, T. rAR.RXIV. Cfcihief.
General bankinf? bmlness transact
Safe deposit bote for rent.
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And gut tlicm to itgurc on
wiring your liottse for elw- !
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Alva Nelson, Aw't. CashisM
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