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I 1 l ; 8 Requires Treatment Which Acts in Harmony with the Female System. j ll 9 j
' it ijfi ' llliiiliiP great manV women suffer with a form of indigestion or dyspepsia winch does not seem to yield to ordinary medical T W rsgaM ' I
i ; TaS trCtment' "C tne s)'mPtoms sec'm to be similar to, those of ordinary indigestion, yet the medicines universally pre- JMi 'jB '
l ir-i t5P rr Mrs. Pinkham claims that there' is a kind of dyspepsia that is caused by derangement of- the female organism, and if il $1 'SBmW
I '''i j'K 1 fcBraiSi81 which while, it causes disturbance similar to ordinary indigestion cannot be relieved without a medicine which not only acts (!n .Gpr". jyj 1 wltlllUmm I
, j,' 'f'j'J SSIilTn VSAi 35 a stomacn tonic, hut has peculiar utero-tonic effects as well; in other words, a derangement of the female organs may have I i-BilffiHB
! "jj jj'fj v)ML flfife;!$ suc'1 a disturbing effect upon a woman's whole system as to cause serious indigestion and dyspepsia, and it cannot be relieved ajTjk jLe v:jllf il HmI "I
J j! f V without curing the original cause of the trouble, which seems to find its source in the pelvic organs. As proof of this theory, '
j I" ij 'J fJ l Vs SL WC Ca attentl0n t0 tne Otters from Mrs. Maggie Wright and Mrs. Emma Sawyer, who were completely cured by the use of jsjJPC ii!'JSHB
'-: iff lvso!P Lydla 6, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound j j
1 I 'i'iI vi " Deak Mns. Pinkiiam : For two yoars I suffered more or llks with dvs- "Dear Mns Pinkiiam: I wHl write and lot you lenow how xjfeS !
t m '1 -"I llKvi' t ' WAtTA Mwk pepsia which so degenerated my entire, system that I was unfit to properly much good Liyditt E. Pinkham'S Vegetable Compound has JLmTIS gyg4Vjllq J
1 ' i''s- I fflWMimll&b attend to my daily duties. I felt weak and nervous, and nothing I ate tasted dono me. I cannot; express the terrible suffering I have had to fTf ''m B trfp ) X-Kt
1 ' 'if - i wjyfcti I Vi'n"fwl?J good or iclt comfortable in my stomach. I tried several dyspepsia cures, endure. I was taken last May with nervous prostration, also had lpA B fcrr---.f
T fl 1 1 'll1? "JU--" but nothing seemed to help mo permanently. I decided to givo Jydia E. female trouble, liver, stomach, kidney and, bladder trouble. I was 7K- ft OfelMfS
I' "U !&5I!S VT- v Pinklmni's Vegetable Compound a trial, and was happily surprised to in a terrible condition. fam MVWm '
, '! i s Jf&rftft V W WS. find that it acted like a flno tonic, and in a few days I began to enjoy " The doctor attended me for a year, but I kept getting worse. Ja3 lM&'MaMi
I ' ! ffilffi45g2& X AvV vlV and properly digest my food. My recovery was rapid, and in five weeks I got so I was not able to do any work. Was confined to my bed mS&lk n llwsnuuil '
woman. Seven bottles completely cured me, and a most of the time, and thought 1 would never be able to do any- yC1 KwlpfeKSw'Kvwim Mr
i !, j? '55311 ,L aHPS&33ftCTfo. dozen or more of my friends havo used it since." Mbs. Mag- thing. People thought I would not live. I decided to try your fKfeSS?; ffifW V
j ! ,. HHwK oie Wbioht, 12 Van Voorhis St., Brooklyn, N.Y. medicine. 1 have takontwelve bottles of elc Compound W1! j
I I , ,1 j M?SiiTrwjS-, v BHfecKW fapneifl FORFEIT It, wo cannot forthwith pnxlnco tho orlff-1 more than it is recommended to do. VSBBlTI'i Imffl wfc
j :j liWk Bl. I Lydla E.MnkhnmarRdiclno Co.. Lynn. Maw. and urge them to try it. " 2klB8. Emma Sawter, Conyors, Q KBB$M iM if
1 ' 'i?J jSBBV Many woineii whose letters we print -were utterly disco uraged, and life lacked. rfjMliU )i
' Ji'Vl fjyggSv lHHil aH joy to them when they wrote Mrs. Plnkham, Lynn, Maas., without charge of f5PfM mSN 2
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Ip jj JURORS ABESEGORED,
V RICE TRIAL BEGINS
; i , Witnesses for the Prosecution. Givo
i I Evidence Against the Defendant
I in the Case,
N 'j 4- -r 4r4f -r
)' ; William Quick City
; ,1. -f David B. Jone? Union
Ij, ; j -f IIIIo Andrusi ......Big Cotonwood
i .1 W. P. Gillespie City '
'3 ,i -f W. H. Atwood Murray -f
i r 'i 1IJ'rum s- Scofield ..' City
It i John Robiiifc-on City
h , ! ( George T. Marsden City
V , i. j 4 Frederick W. Walker Union
J ' j Jonn s- Kd wards Sugar -f
T ',,!;; -- T. H. Latimer City -f
, ' I L W. S. Barnes City
I '(&'' TpARLT yesterday forenoon the
( ' '') i W panel in the John Rice murder
i ) cat?e was completed and the
, j remainder of the day was
i , ' Af devoted to the introduction of testi-
I , j; mony. Eight witnesses were called by
i (( i , ' ',f the State and a fair start was made.
j ; J i j Assistant County Attorney Whitaker
f"tj ,jl l ,! 'J j gave a brief history of the case and-
I , the facts leading up to the murder in
Ji i! j'; the opening statement to the Jury for
i ; ) the prosecution. The State, he said,
jj ' , . would attempt to prove that ther de-
t, i , i.jj fendant, with Abe Hunter and George
ii ' ft W. Muncey, went to a grunary situated'
X i X at about 628 WesL Xovih Temple
Tu p on the evening of the murder; that
U i) ! !j , there they prepared masks for their
j jjl , i;1! faces, and about S o'clock went to Fred
U i; i i1 j Keutlcr's cabin for the purpose of rob-
; j jl , ; bcry. Mr. Whitaker said that the wit-
jj . ,il jj ' '' i newes for the State would testify that
" i-' i the men had been seen about Beutler's
i Yl j)lace, and that they were heard. V.hll'e
K I fumbling, at 'the door. With - this, ovl-
u I ' dence and the' confession of 'George"
if ' ' i Muncey theState hopes to prove its
l II ' i case. ' ;
i! ' t County Surveyor Joseph B. Swenon,
m . t j , , -who had prepared a diagram of the
v H ' 1 cabin in which the old umbrella-
4 f j maker was killed and" of the surround
i"gs near 1-18 West Temple street, was
-ji the flrst witness called by the State.
i ; V He explained the locations about the
V t1!' scene of the old crime and testified as
i j r, to the correctness of his diagram,
r, ji. f ' T. E. Taylor, the llrst witness in the
ij ;;j afternoon, avos called for the purpose
f j , of describing the premises at and about
,( !' , , 1-1S West South Temple street, and the
I A i) changes that have been made since
fl ' r i February 'lo, 1897, the date of the
r I ''ji crime,
fl t Attorney J. M. Hamilton, for the dc-
; ' fendant, questioned the testimony of
ji ' ' i the next witness, Deputy Sheriff W. B.
Rr i 1 j Booth, who said he had walked from
U j . t 1 1 the granary on North Temple street to
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I ( ' " : ISpecial Salesf I
H'(i,'J' I Every Week
it'll' III' I China I
Wd'tf' k 1 Crockery 1
mm( I 11 ' 1 Glassware
Hhl'H '',!' , I Enamel Ware 1
Bi , f:ji 1 Household ?oods I
Hf ' ' I ' I Watch Our 1
l I If Prices Talk. 1
H j i' I s. u Fays to Trade J 1
,ij 1 I Great American ImporiiiifiTea Co
the Beutler housa in loss than thirteen
minutes. On cross-examination the de
fendant's counsel tried to get an ex
pert opinion from tho witness on
whether a man bent upon committing
a crime "would walk slowly and cau
tiously or fast and impetuously to
the place of operations. The objection
raised by District Attorney Smith to
the question was sustained by the
Dr. W. F. Beer, who performed the
autopsy upon the body of Beutler, tes
tified that there were slight dlscolora
tions on the- skin of the throat and that
there were abrasions of the larnyx and
posterior portions of the mouth. From j
the abnormal condition of the brain he j
said that In his opinion Beutler had .
died from apoplexy, induced either by i
fear or strangulation, or both.
Other witnesses examined were .T. A.
Silver, E. D. Holt, Patrolman R. L.
Shannon and John Eslinger, who was
captain of the police force at the time
of the murder. The officers testified
to receiving word of the crime about
S o'clock In the evening. They found
Beutler lying on the floor of the room
with his throat choked with a rag. The
condition of the room indicated that a
scuffle had taken place Court ad
journed until 10 o'clock this morning.
The case- will likely take several more
days, both the State and the defense
having subpoenaed many witnesses.
SUES TO RECOVER
BIG SUM OF MONEY
Attaachment proceedings to recover a
total of J18.0C9.1S and Interest were be
gun In the District court yesterday by
Thomas C. Cairns against the Portland
Cemciit compaYiay of Utah, Limited.
The complaint of the plaintiff contains
seven separate causes of action. Cairns
alleges that he was employed by the
defendant company as general man
ager at a salary of ?250 a month, and
for services rendered In this capacity
from June, 1903, to June, 1901, claims
that the company is Indebted to him In
the sum of 527W). He claims that. while
acting as general manager- for two'
years prior to May, 1901, he was to rtf
icelw.' under agrecoment, 10. per cent of
ithe net earnings of the company over
and above 6 per cent, and on-this score
'asks Judgment for $2891 .-16. , For 293
shores of the capital stock "of" the com
pany, alleged to hsuve been transferred
by the plaintiff to the defendant in 1901,
CalrnVasks for $7100. "F6r" rffoney spent
in traveling expenses and in making
expert examinations for the company
he asks for $1339.72. As owing upon
GSG shares of capital -stock transferred
to defendant in July, 1901, the plaintiff
asks for $2400. As dividends upon 414 1-3
shares of stock owned by the plaintiff
he claims Judgment' for $1000. The total
of the judgment asked Is $18,009.18.
4- Cases Set for Today.
-f Division No. 1 Judge HalL -f
f Propatc call. ' -f
Division No, 2-Judgo Stewart
Whltworth vs. Salt Lake Hot
Springs Sanitarium company.
-f Dlvlnlon No, 2 Judgo Morao. -f
-f State vs. John Rice.
4- Division No. 4 Judge Lewis. -f
Hoskensen, etc., vs. Sharp. -f
CITY COURT. 4-
Civil Division Judge Tanner. -f
10 a. m. Lamotte vs. Mahoney. -f
Neuhausen, boy to C. M and Julia, 12C5
East First South, June 3,
Orcm, boy to F. M. and Ora, Ninth and
G Htrcctsf, June 1.
Wor.slcy. boy to F. H. and Eva, 721 South
Main, Juno 7.
Swcctmnn. Infant of Walter, 202 West
Third South, June 6.
Walter JorKensen, Salt Lake City.. . .38
Dorothy Hansen, Salt Lake City... .20
John H. Henrlkaon, Newton -'c
Anna A. Whltmark, Salt Lake City. .,19
Suit to recover $133S.4S, alleged to be
due on account, was filed yesterday in
the District court against P, A, .Spren-
W S. RANDALL," said tho Judge.
Ja Soon you here so very often, ,
Seen you often and you'vo told
You would stay away for ever.
Stay awav from beer and whisky.
Stay away from this police court.
Now again you come before me
C'omo before mc with the story
You won't ever look upon tho
Wine when it Is red or whisky.
Prime and mellow bourbon whisky."
Aged In yean Is L S. Randall,
Aged Is his tongue and agile.
son of this city by the Gimnich Furni
ture Manufacturing company of Ken
tucky. The plaintiff sasks also for In
terest on the above amount at S per
cent from August 23, 1903.
Becnuse her husband said that ho
liked to see people suffer and that it
would do him good to kill her, Mrs.
Hattle C. Marshall alleged. In a com
plaint for divorce filed yesterday, that
she was compelled to seek refuge with
her mother and feared to return to her
home. The defendant, Carl B. Man
shall Is also charged with being an
habitual drunkard and with failing to
provide the plaintiff with the common
necessaries of life. The couple were
married In this city only a few days
more than two months ago.
In the condemnation suit brought by the
Oregon Short Line Rallwny company
against Harry C. Hill ol nl., which has
been on trial before Dlstrlct,JiHlge Stow
art. the jury was Instructed yesterday to
return a scaled verdict at 10 o'clock this
morning. The-action Is brought to con
demn a lot on Third Wc.it street for the
i proposed new passenger depot. The de
fendants claim tho property la worth not
less' than $25.C00.
Via Burlington Routo
To the World's fair without change.
The Pullman palace car that goes via
Burlington route leaves Salt Lake dally
3-16 p. m. Call or write and get par
ticulars. R. F. Neslen, Genl. Act 79
West 2nd South St.
Beautiful Castilla Springs
Hotel now open. Rates $2 per day
and ip. Table d'hote meals, 50 cents
Popular-price cafe. Special rates to
families and parties. For excursions
and further Information address J
Myers. 57 South State. U. F. Vail'
T o' II hangs upon its middle
Wags at both ends, and when started,
llo can go away and leave It,
Leave Jt to Its own dovlces,
Being sure that all the tlmo ho
Is away It will not full him.
For he's never heard the adatcc
"Speech Is silver, silence, goldon."
. Deaf ho Is and eko It secmcth.
1 Cannot hear himself when talking,
Can't imaglno that tho others
"Long the lane without a turning."
So when he his spiel concluded.
Said tho Judxe, "Depart from out theso
I "Precincts Don't return or else you'll
I Get It In the neck or pocket. '
Over a Killing
Murder of One of Their Number
Is Toasted With. Pleas
ure. N' 15W YORK, June 9. An aston
ishing exhibition of joy has
been noticed among many of
the acquaintances in Harlem of
Myles B. McDonnell over- the murder
of ithc .former Aambler .,ln Albany.
' Along East One Hundred and Twenty
fifth street, In the saloons nnd resorts
where tho man was well known and
feared, his death was toasted and It is
even reported that some of the cronies
of George Price, who was killed by Mc
Donnell In 1900, got up a dinner in cele
bration of the event.
The gamblers never forgave McDon
nell for shooting Price, although he
was acquitted on the ground of self
defense, lie has been mixed up In a
score of lights and In one Instance Is
said to have cut an ear from a man
he accused of swindling while employed
In his gambling house. The ear was
nailed upon a wall of the room. His
trial revealed the Inside fact3 regarding
gambling In Harlem and caused the
closing of many notorious places, much
to the discomfiture of the proprietors
and hangers-on. That they have lived
to see themselves avenged has, there
fore, caused them much Joy.
Wasatch Summer Resort.
Particulars write Alklre, Wasatch
hotel, via Sandy, or come see.
Levi I Leiter Dead
at Bar Harbor
Weil-Known Chicago Man Victim of
Heart Failure at Maine
BAR HARBOR, Me., Juno 9. Levi
Z. Leiter of Chicago died of
heart failure, today at the
Vanderbllt cottage In this city,
which the Loiters had taken for the
season. Mr. Leiter had not been well
for a long time, but up to yesterday he
was able to take his usual drive. A
weakness of the heart developed short
ly after midnight and death occurred
at 3:40 a. m. Mrs. Leiter and two
daughters were by the bedside at the
Mr. Leiter was seventy years old.
He was the fother of Lady Curzon of
Kedleston, wife of the Viceroy of In
dia, of Miss Daisy Leiter, whose beauty
has been the subject of note in English
court circles, and of Joseph W. Leiter,
speculator and Investor.
As soon as It appeared that Mr. Leiter
was seriously ill messages were sent
to the son and today other members of
the family were" notified of the death.
It was stated today at the Leiter cot
tage that pending the arrival of Joseph
Leiter the time of the funeral would
not be settled. It had been decided
that tho service would be held In Wash
ington, D. C. The Leiters are well
known, here. They have been among
the summer residents for a number of
:THE SALT- LAKE LODGE OF
. . ELKS
Have chosen THE SAN PEDRO LINE
as the official route to PROVO DURING
CARNIVAL WEEK. '
Bankruptcy Petition Piled.
BUFFALO, N. Y.. June 9. A petition
In voluntary bankruptcy was filed this
evening against the Anderson company,
which hog-been conducting a large de
partment store in this city. The lia
bilities. It ,1s suid, will amount to be
tween $500,000 and $G00,O0O. The capital
stock of the company is $300,000.
Want Rehearing for Moyer.
DENVER. Juno 9. Attorneys for tho
Western Federation of Miners are prepar
ing an application to the State Supremo
court for a rehearing in tho case ot
Charles H. Moyer. president of the West
ern Federation of Miners, who Is held a
military prisoner at Telluride by order of
ier Alarm Clock
Was Behind Time
Girl Attempts Suicido Because Sweet
heart Failed to Keep an Ap
pointment. CHICAGO, June 9. An alarm clock
has given the signal for Nora Col
loway, a 20-year-old working girl,
to jump Into the lake in an ef
fort to end a life of misery. The girl
had set the alarm for tho exact moment
which she thought Allan Johnson,
whom she loved, 'was to marry another.
Taking the clock with her she walked
out to the pier and waited. She had
written a farewell note to her sister 1
and was prepared to die. Finally the
alarm sounded and the young woman
leaped into the water. But try as she
would she could not sink. Her flaring
skirts buoyed her up and her attempts
to get her head under water were in
vain. Her splashing was heard by two
men, who procured a boat and rescued
her, despite her resistance.
After Miss Colloway was taken from
the water she learned that her alarm
clock was two weeks behind time, for
her sweetheart was married a fort
Loss of Appetite.
A person that has lost appctlto has lost
something besides vitality, vigor, tone.
Tho way to recover appetlto and all that
goes with It Is to take Hood's Sarsaparllla
that strengthens the stomach, perfects
digestion and makes eating a plcaauro,
Thousands tako Is for spring loss of ap
petite and everybody says there's nothing
else so good as Hood's.
LEADVILLE, Colo., June 9. A heavy
snow storm began here at G o'clock this
morning and at 9 o'clock there were
four Inches of snow on tho ground.
Woman h lie
on lie Scaffold :
Murderess of Rosle Salza, at Lodi,
New Jersey, Must Pay tho ,1
N. EW YORK, June 9. For the flnt !
time In forty years a woman has
x been doomed In New Jersey
through the refusal of the(court
of pardons to interfere with her death ; i
on the gallows for murder. Mrs. Anr.t
Valentine, who killed Mrs. Rosle Salza
at Lodi. N. X, last March, will be the
victim, and she will probably be c- i
cuted June 1C at I-Iackensacks, N. J. '
At her trial Mrs. Valentine confessed ;
her crime and said In open court ibt j
was ready to die. She said that the ,j
Salza woman called her vile name3 and
in a frenzy she stabbed her tormentor 1'
seventeen times with a long-bladed 'L
carving knife. V.
Got a bad back? j
Tired all the time, no rest at night, I
urinary weakness, dizzy spells?
Doan's Kidney Pilla will cure you In '
a jiffy. ' J
Wal. Paper. .,
Some elegant new decorations Just
received. We are up to date with our 4
orders. Our workmen are always th? i
"heart. Including paint and painters.
W. A. DUVALL.
Phone 1H5 K. 124 W. Second South.
Plato Brings Big- Price.
PARTS. June 9. At a sale of ths
Gaillard collection a large plate from
tho Faenza factory, decorated with
flowers on a blue and yellow back- '
ground, which belonged to the King of
Hungary Mathlas Corunth who ruled
prior to 1 190, has been sold for SIO.SW.
It was knocked down to an unknown
i Sale Ten Million h
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fflk PHEVEMT ALL , S gMWEB BOWEL TROUBLES jl
i There is so much choice in this lino that every lady's Tho heavy sale of low shoes for wo 3r I
3 taste will find expression, styles that you seo embodied did not exhaust the stock prepared for ibecause weh d N0RrICA--3 swell styles of nico hand-sewed, Ii
in higher grade sorts. Three-button patent colt Oxford, "fft much more -largely. than ever before. We knew tur Oxfords, made neat toe, patent tip; also 3 nico jjf '
ipg neat patent or kid, plain or fancy patterns, a lino of 9 anTwithal0"!? bi S Co1' comforta- Strap sandals 1 or 4-strap styles, value S2, at. . .$1.45 &
jrj strap sandals, S3.50 sorts, these and others at. .. .S1.05 econom ca . ' ffT jl
life! ' ' THE ELE-N A woman's India goat Oxford with nnt - JSAT jl
$g "WEIHART & GARDNER Women's famous $5 Ox- nt tiP ncat styl te value S1.50, at . .;. , ' Tho Supreme Oxford at S2.45 for women lias S3.50
jfe ords at S3.86 worth of actual value; guaranteed patent colt vamps, in m
ffefeJ'KS5?i?:fW 'low cut button offects, Gibson ties, kid, with large SkIH
& ira w?J?.iSg; liTnwPlmtf i
Jjjjj eyelet ribbon tie offects. Hand-sewed, welt Oxfords, I a I j iWj0f ! H l( B in ttm 0xfords- Then a smart one in the new open- W flf
J iS?ftffi?"ttato,lIta,1,, . UMKl -Pttvaml,sdl. Tfceso Just a Mnt of this - 9j 9