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Bl 2 The Aatp Sake Tkebtjnb. Thxtrsdat Moeotqtg, February 4, 19G4. J,
B GOOD COUNTY ROADS H, i Commissioners Adopt Stand- ' : ard Grade for Highways. ! SLAG TO BE USE9 IN PAVING B Output of Smeltsrs Better Than B Gravel sr Ston j. - . Uniform System Established for the 'Entire County and Large Sum to H 1 Be Expended This Year. Hi i H ', A movement for better roads through H Salt Lake county has been successfully n Inaugurated by the Board of County V ' Commissioners. A resolution has been H , unanimously passed adopting a stand- B I ard grade for all of tho roads In the H county. The Commissioners arc alt In H favor of better roads In the rural dts- H trlcts, and havo been working upon the H matter for the past year. The science H of road-building has been carefully H studied by Chairman Anderson, as well H as by Commissioners Standlsh and "Wil- H In their experimenting the Co'mmls- sloners have found that graveled roads I' do not pack and do not stand the wear. II The broken stone used for macadnnilz- I' Ing Is quite expensive and does not last 1 or pack as hard as the material used 1 by the Commissioners. The Commis- I 1 sloners learned from one of the public 1 t journals that slag was far superior to It , ', broken stone for macadamizing roads, I and they at once entered Into contracts I I for the purchase of all of the slag of I , the dumps of the Domingo and Old Ger- I mnnla smelters. They have used U.e I , slag In making roadbeds and find tha I 1 It Is far ahead of anything that lias II ever been tried In this region. It pack.. F solid and wears like stone. I The standard grade that has been r ' adopted not only affords good, hard I roads, but they have a perfect druin- Jl age and ample provision la made for f good sidewalks. The standard adopted ' is for four, six and eight-rod roads. ' ' as the traffic and settlement of a cer- tain locality may demand. The grado Is the same In all cases, no matter what the width of the street may be, and the j roads must nil be constructed on this 1 standard. ; The four-rod roads have eight-foot j sidewalks on each side and the road proper Is fifty feet wide. The fence I line Js taken as the standard grade, L' , and from the fence to the curb the , sidewalk slopes four Inches. The plan J adopted provides for either culverts or 'i ditches next the sidewalk. In either it, t' event, these are twenty inches below ! the outer edge of the sidewalk, or twen- l ' , ty-four Inches below the grade line. The roadbed, then. In the case wlth- out the ditch, slopes up toward the f center on a curve of 60 degrees. At 1 . j 9 feet and 3 Inches from the curb the ' ' road Is on a level with the grade line, I , and at the center of the road It Is 9 ' 'i Inches above this fence line. The 16 ' feet in tho center of the road Is ma cadamized with the slag capping. The j plans provide for the setting of tele- ' graph and other poles on the outer , : ( edge of the sidewalk, or 25 feet from ; . the center of the road to the outside , ! I of the pole. Provision Is made for ' J shadd trees by allowing them to be set j ' in a strip of two feet wide along the i' outer edge of the sidewalk. The slde- , i ' walks may then be paved In the center ii as the abutting property owners get I , around to it. A few of the roads in the southern part of the county have already been i 1 ,, constructed along this grade. Lower . j 5 State street has been paved with the slag, as well as roads at or near Bing ham Junction, East Mill Creek. Sandy i . and Crescent. They are all giving, the . (. , best of satisfaction. At present the j , roads become packed by the teams J passing over them after the slag has If ,, neon placed, but it is the Intention to 4j ij get a steam roller in the near future a ij and pack the roadbed at once. 1 ' The Commissioners are also making S great Improvements in the bridges of f ,i the county. They are going at the j whole matter In a systematic manner. , All bridges put in during the past year , have been built In a most substantial . I way, with heavy rock abuttmenta. The I work Is no doubt costing a trifle more i 'J I , than was the case heretofore, but the ,1) better roads, which will outlast the old roads ten times, are sufficient Justlfl- i j cation for the expenditure. About $42,- j 000 was spent on the roads of the county : last year, and a much larger amount t ft,, will undoubtedly be spent during the j coming twelve months. ; MANY DEATHS. J j j- JANXTABY SHOWS AN EXCEP- I' TIONALLY HIGH DEATH j , BATE, j , :1 The report of the Board of Health for ' 8 ! tht 1X100111 of January shows a mortality In Salt Lake City of 81 persons, 43 rrialcs ,fi, and SS females, equivalent to a death rate - : of 12,95 per 1000' ns compared with CS M k' deaths for December and 50 for tho same ft month of 3S03. All of the decedents wore ' I whites but one, 27 were natives of Utah. ft I wcrc slnSlc- ad 24 were under 5 years I I j . There were 14 deaths from pneumonia 111 aurtng the month. 7 were duo to Brlcht's ; Ml -i .vLoase',7 ,rc3uItcd various forms of ! Ill Q tuberculosis, there were 4 each from dls- I I t j eases of the heart and digestive organs, i H 3 aiiH.G resulting from external violence. In iThc blrths reported during tho month ' decreased 1G as compared with the prc- I ceding month, 131 having been reported. 5S h "llea and 73 females, all whites. Six stlll- y blrtha were also- reported during tho month, but iiro not Included In the birth ill H or death rate, fl . Seventy-three cases of contagious and 1 j 2' infectious diseases were reported during H Hi lf ,mnth, as follows: 13 cases of dlnh- I ihcria. with 2 deaths; 5 cases of scarlet U I eveC; z cas4s ot typhoid fever, with 1 f death; 8 cases of smallpox; 23 cases of , j ' I Slh ffaSy? Ca3CS l whoPnS,cough. I it t Alleged Embezzler Caught. 1 1 I r.001111 Bluffs, la.. Feb. 3.-Lcc P , ' T?. Ford: 9??hlcr of the failed bank of Hl i n Aitamont, Mo,, accused of embrzzllnir I J21.000 of the bank's funds, has bJscn f enp- THE LATE MRS. C W. CLARK " iMwtTm t.2tssf J) Mrs. Charles "V Clark, daughter-in-law of Senator Clark, who died quite recently In New York city while her husband was breaking records for fast railroading In the West trying to reach the side of his dying wife. The cut Is from a photo taken shortly before her death. jDIBHL'S BAH. James Hall. C..?or black. I. 'Mspuip, r -.!':-U lick. V- re inik : him n . V CR llC?i I.a4. i K :iJ judse , i LuL him go. Charles Graves Ditto. Tho. officers had various ways of deter mining that Mrs. Whltecotton was drunk on tho night of February 2nd. Officer Sullivan discovered her fntal secret from the way 8ho walked and talked. Offcer Johnson learned tho startling -truth from her breath and her actions. Mrs. White cotton, herself, seemed to be tho onlv person In the room who had been kept dark regarding the matter. Even after the patrolmen had borne their testimony she insisted that she had not drank a thing. Her protestations were belled by the tremor of her head and limbs, which Indicated that she wns on tho verge of a collnpse. Officer Sullivan said that she had a bottle of alcohol concealed In her bosom when arrested. . Proof was unnecessary In the cases of Mesdames Amelia Dudley and Mary Con nors, who. in company with Mrs, White cotton, were arrested at the domiollc of John Fredericks on West First South street during the progress of a social function of more than .ordlnarv voclfer ousness and strenuoslty. The other wo men pleaded guilty to drunkenness, and the cose of disturbing tho peaco which had been filed against them was dis missed. All three went to Jail for fifty days. a John Frederick?, whoso seraglio was re sponsible for the disturbance, was charged with keeping a disorderly house. One of tho officers mado the Incrcdlblo statement that Frcdorlcks wns sober when arrested. "I tried to keep tho peaco there," ho said. "I tried to keep everything quiet and nice; in fact 1 put ono of the parties away from there." "Well, what is you plea?" demanded tho court. "Oh. I guess I'll plead guilty," re marked the prisoner, with remarkable noncholance, adding, sotto Voce. "I might as well because I'll be convicted, any how." ' "I had Intended to glvo you a very se vere sentence," remarked tho court, "for I am determined that these disturbances must be stopped, but you are an old man. and I will glvo, you the same as tho others. TO 'CUBE A COLD I2J ONE DAY Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money If It falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature on dox. 25 c EXILE FBOJI GERMANY SUICIDES IN TEXAS .San Antonio, Tex, Feb. 3. It has developed that Paul Stern, who com mitted suicide here yesterday, fled from home two years ago on account of hav ing fought a duel while a Lieutenant In the German army. He was of a wealthy Jewish family of Berlin and recently pawned vnluable diamonds here In order to make a trip to Mexico, He returned without funds. He is said to have speculated heavily i In Mexican gold mines. WELL POSTED A California Doctor ith. 40 Years' Experience. "In my 40 years' experience as a feachcr and practitioner along hygienic lines" says a Los Angeles physician "I have never found a food to compare with GrapQ-Nutg for the benefit of the general health of all classes of people. I have recommended Grape-Nuts for a number of years to patients with the ! greatest success and every year's expe- ' rlence makes me more enthusiastic re garding Its use. ' "I maite it a rule to always recom- 1 mend Grape-Nuts and Postum Food Coffee in place of coffee when giving my ' patients Instructions as" to diet for I , know both Grape-Nuts and' Postum can be digested by any one. 1 "As for myself, when -engaged In , much mental work my diet twice a day consists of Grape-Nuts and rich cream. I find it Just the thing to build up gray matter and keep the brain in good working order. "In addition to its wonderful effects as a brain and nerve food Grape-Nuta alwayB keeps the digestive organs in , perfect, healthy tone. I carry It with me when I travel, otherwise I am al- i most certain to have trouble with my stomach." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek. Mich. Strong Indorsements Jlke the above from physicians all over tho country i have stamped Grape-Nuts the most scientific food in the world. There's a reason. 4 ,.??,00? lrJ eacb J)ackagc for the famous little book, "The Road to Wellvllle." i REBELS MARCHING ON UBUGUAYAN CAPITAL Buenos Ayrcs, Feb. 3. Dispatches from Montevideo, Uruguay, announco that tho rebels under Gen. Aparlclo Sar alva arc now only four leagues from tho cunltal. A great panic has seized the residents of Montevideo and the Argentine Govern ment has decided to send the cruiser Vuevo do Julio there to protect tho In terests of Argentine citizens. The cruiser will sail at dawn Wednesday. ENTERPRISING NEWSPAPER MAN ARRESTED IN TAP AN Toklo, Feb. 3 Jack London, a writer who went recently to Japan for tho pur poro of reporting events In connection with the threatened hostilities between that country and Russia, has been ar rested and Imprisoned at Shlmonosekl. Ho Is charged with photographing Jap anese fortifications shortly after his ar rival at Shlmonosekl, an Important stra tegical point commanding the entrance to tho Korean strait h " R TTTI There are a great many hungry hearted women who would attend a baby sale If babies were ever offered for sale, because there are a great many wives who love children and have been told by physi cians that they can never hope to nurse a child of their own. Some of these women who have used Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for the cure of womanly ills have been made happy mothers as a result of the cure of womanly disease and the building up of the general health. Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong and sick women welL It establishes regularity dries weakening drains, heals inflamma. tion and ulceration and cures femaie weakness. tlon about my ce. says Mrs. Maty i.e Finn nry of Drydcn. Va. i was troubled with female wcaWa and pains. Received nnswei . from you. advisini; me to take Doctor Pierce'g Favorite Prescription and 'Golden Medic Dll covery I topic two bottles of 'Favorite Pre senption-j and found It did me good. I had been married four years and had no children- u?Z wy Uint Hr .hou5 is b'scd with o little baby boy. born July ioth. by the help ol b&)y 70Ur medicine- 1 your medicine "You can publish this letter If you wish." F.EI?- PF- p!crce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stomps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps for the book in paper covers, or 31 stamps for the cloth bound volume. Address Dr. R.V. Pierce Buffalo. N Y. ' , MEN ARE HELPLESS IS CHILDREN I When Taken Suddenly 111 Hero Is a j Coramon-SenB Safeguard. ( Big, strong- man is as a helpless ln- I funt whon he Is suddenly ill, 1 The sturdiest chap In town usually I lose3 his self-control, apd Its utterly un able to regard his condition with the common sense that characterizes his every-dny actions. For example: He comes home tired, eats a heavy dinner and sits down to read and smoke away a quiet evening. Suddenly he notices a weight on his stomach: then sharp paln3 around hl3 heart, and a feeling of suffocation. Thoughts of "heart disease" rush over him, and In hie agony he fears the worst. The family doctor Is summoned, and after a careful examination leaves a medicine that brings relief. In a day or two the man Ir. about his business, weak and still unrecovored from the effects of the pain and the shock to hlB nervous system. His trouble was acute indigestion, brought on by overloading hla tired stomach, A couple of Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets would have given him Instant relief would have saved him hours of suffer ing and the cost of a prescription. A wise man should prepare for such emergencies Carry a package of Rexall DyBpepBla TabletB In your vest pocket or keep them In your room. Take one after each heavy meal, and Indigestion can never bother you, Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets cure Ptom nch troubles by supplying the one ele ment, the absence of which In tho gas tric Juices, causes Indigestion and dys pepsia. They enable the stomach to di gest all kinds of food and to quickly convert Itjnto rich red blood. Wo know what Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets are and what they will do. We guarantee them to cure indigestion and dyspepsia. If they fall, we will refund your money. Price 25 cents per full package. Sold only at our store or by mall. Druehl 5c Franken 'Drug Store, Smith Drug Co. j Bad for the Eyes j Thcr9 are a good many things 1 3 that hurt the eyes, but thcro's notn- I M lng moro detrimental than a pair of I Iglaases that don't flL You can ruin H your eyes with tho wrong glansea. H Go to a skilled optician and havo m m your eyes tested. Rushmer Is H I skilled, and besides, ho Is reliable. H j RUSHAIER'S OPTICAL PARLORS 1 I 73 W. 1st So. St. I j 'Phone 1763-E. j THINK THREE CROWN I fi VThen you think of i j Baking Powder. I I "THREE CROWN" means hlgh-l ! est quality ffi I This trade mark on every can. g HEWLETT BROS. CO. Better than any Eastern make. "Will cost you less money. Ask your deal er for them. Look for our trade mark. Utah Bedding & WVg Co., Salt Iako City, Utah WALKER'S STOjjr c:to $20 ho $37.50 Womei'jri Suits $9.75. Just ; I Fifteen of Tfeem. :: . I i; A FEW OTHER SUITS REMARKABLY UNDER PRH$p Sopae-will do for spring, but most are li'fi ijSSk T1 ; ' " tl snits yon'll first need when the heaTy- ' ifeill Vftll ' ' -- whiter coat is doffed which time isn't so illBN! llYllI '' :i very far off. Every one offered is a late Jplfi'T1' 11! !s - Btyle. .Here's as just description as-words jjfj :: . One. lot. of fifteen suits black, navy ! llilP w - blue, brown mixtures and black and gray twW 'f mixtures, long coat styles. Until now $20 mW i'lWI t up to 37.50 each, choice today and while i vllllfff, lyWUmA 4(,ja X t.e7laSt-,7, 'JSKJmI I One suit of mannish cloth, strictly ffM 7. X tailor style, eton coat, silk lined; 55 suit WSmhPMi y I One black twinecloth suit, handsomely I H Ifflfflpr f m ISr .? a :: trimmed with black lace over white silk, jJ 1 II wj p ?W 1 t eton jacket, broad black silk girdle-belt, i I. iffl j I t silk drop skirt. Imported model and mn" t Priced regularly 125, now 65. I I . iB L ) One fancy mixture zibeline suit, long JIl lM f H t coat, cape shoulders, effective button trim- IjJ j jSMffljP lSf3l ' " $ ming, silk drop skirt; 85 suit, for 35. ' t One tweed suit, long coat, tailor style, 'M ml J.lE'fl1 covered buttons, 55 suit, for 25. "IHHu t One navy blue broadcloth suit, zibelene S J trimming, skirted blouse has bands of g ' i Si I black satin, silk lined thruout, drop skirt, &zrff ' j Jgj t new broad sleeves; 95 suit for 37.50. w 7 fe 4 i iHftni jHgjj 5p Some 50c and 75c Cor8ets--25c. i Greatly Cheapened Prices on ChUdrnm T Broken line of sizes, straight front models, long X HoSierV 4; and short, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, If the lot lasts A wGnmd lot of chUdrJs' rlbbed black ajJS& so long, Instead of 50c and 75c a pair 25c. -f-stockings these sizes only, 6 to 7 and i. I II I I I till I I n l I I t m i i i i " i sel1 alwa'3 at- 16c and 20c a pair, for clearance HJRiSm f lt"IIIIMIIIHIIHH)ttHII)HHItl day, Friday, Saturday-three pairs for 23c or esc&ScKSei -f i a. ! . . X Children's fleeced black cotton stockings, KimG, B5 4- JC and $ I frlannellatte Dressing 4 weight and heavy, all sizes; Instead of 35c a pair, limfifet f nsvrrros ISr 4-Pairs for 50c. one pair 17c. f I Kimonas Up to $2.50 for $1. x UMJ , Jf , . 1 rfl vruiv f n ! Children's Handkerchiefs-5c Eocfc, Jkho X Good variety of women's flannelette dressing ... . . t. . .TT f sacques, mostly dark colors, sizes 34 to 42- regular 76c-- white hancikerchlefr and the pretty cetetjM: f and U kinds, Thursday, Friday: Saturday, choice 35o -- border kinds sold regularly at 6&c, Sl-3o and Kfltidum, T each. Thursday, Friday, Saturday one priced 5c for aar. ai'TB T Flanelctte long klmonas, dark and light colors, all " t M I H I I I H I II H I I MHHHff k i B!"!'.n:75.tt2-50resular' three days ch0,ce-?1 :: Women's Turn-Ovr Colhn- fe X ' - Half Priced. fcT 4- Crocheted Shawls Half Price. T Dainty ones of swIss with pretty embrelieilp' s3 i" . . . , , ,..,, and faggotting, all white and colored edges, t A lot of several dozens, both silk and wool, black many In the rich Persian effects; every saap oi. faaRL X 2 ' rettl coIoI3' J2 to -50 regular, Thurs- 4 over collar, 35c up to $2.25 each, Thursday, XWiMUmm X . . day Saturday-HALF THESE PRICES. Saturday -HALF PRICES. mtk tf III , i I , m I illiff ntnMtMIMtMHlllltffg i tH 1 I H I H I I I I I II H ))) n n w,, . .. , n , , iiiHlMimij 1 Unequalled in Purity I KiNOSFORD'S OSWEGO SILVER GLOSS and OSWEGO CORN" STARCH. 'ABB MANHOOD RESTORED ,,,Jp PQ This srrcni Vceeiablo Vltallxer, tbo pntcriptlon ot a lanwoi rts i&flM W fK qcilcklr enre jon ot all orrroat or dlie&M of Lbe jtenanvUra orfaK .7L MP , VlH "005 Inaomnla. Pain. In tho Back, ScmlnnJ tmlolow. J tjTJcSWtv.' Hut (fmwHl Pimples, Unntneu to marry, ExbaotUai Dralat, VfrfWSMfJij SMI potion. It Ktopa all los4 br dj or nUrhL Pn5mlorJlT. wbM. " illlSiSBL. "Mp flpermatorrbcea and all tho horrors of lrn potency CT7PIDJW LrSS?Hi"Mi? I theWdnoyu. CrCPlTDKIVE Btrcnytbmii and rwtorot. Ttxo renon niffcr2r. arL.B2wwrtJB.Uli li bocOM ninety per cent, arc troubled with Proiatltl. OT7PID13E U j5SSMKfl'b to euro without an operation. 6,000 tftUmonlata. Jl -rrixxen kuuuM rWca ad YtSZm)limmSu. boxtt do uotnct a pormanont cure. 81. OO a bor; air forloJO by miu. Band Whirn kutlmouUJa Addreu D. VOL AUEOIGIX CO,, fiu FraDclae, CaJ. iBIlZ, GODBE-PITTS DBTTG CO Salt Lake City. Utah. Aetct WffiJ- DID YOU GET A MAN0G t . t our Qsing Out Sale of the Daynes Music Company stock of Pianos, I if Organs, and in fact, everything in the music line, which we have been sell- j t? I m f le,ss factorY' cost? We now have several used pianos which must 4& ! I be closed out at once, as follows: One Geo. Stock & Co., only $90.00: fT X " one(Steinway & Sons, $125.00, and many others, together with our entire i ! stock from the old stand. Everything Marked in Plain Figures. Carstensen Anson Company, ing 1 t Temple of Music. -if I ' 74 MAIN STREET. OLD STAND OF DAYNES MUSIC COMPANY.