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2 THE SALT' LAKE TRIBUNE, MONDAY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 9, 1907. f -p
SECRET AND FRATERNAL
SOCIETIES OF SALT LAKE
II. O. O. F.
' Salt Lake lodge. No. 2. had two candi
dates for Initiation last Friday night and
Will havo several applications tor mem
bership on Friday night, the ISth. It Is
probable that there will be degree work
nt the next meeting which It will be
pleasure- for visitors to witness.
Ofiulrrh encampment, No. 1, will havo
work at the meeting tomorrow night, for
which the officers ask the assistance- of
. tlo .patriarchs.
A cordial welcome as ever Is extended to
. visitors to witness the conferring of the
royal purple degree.
Golden Rule encampment. No. S, met
'last Tuesday and conferred the G. H.
I Canton Colfax. No. 1. P. M-. will havo
ono or two candidates to muster on
A'ertnesdny, September 1. and all the
hevallors arc requested to bo present.
l7tah lodge. No. 1. Is called upon to
niourn the loss of one of Its true and
lovnl members In the death of Dr. F. A.
i.angc. who passed Into the eternal
iodceroom Friday last. Funeral notice
win" appear In tomorrow's paper.
A regular meeting of James B. McICcan
Women's Relief Corps, will be held In
their hall In Odd Fellows' building Wed
nesday at 2:30 p. m.
Mrs. Elwood Bailey and Mrs. Mary
Dpdgo entortalned the ladlos of McKcnn
Corps Thursday afternoon. Over forty
members were present and tho ' time
.. passed with cards and music.
Modem Woodmon of America.
Great Salt Lake Camp 10071, as usual,
was the scene of a large and enthusi
astic gathering Inst Tuesday night- For
tho first time this summer, business was
put aside for the sake of social enter
tainment. The ones to whom wo are
t indebted for a pleasant evening are
Neighbors Crockett, Shelley and Wetcn
After this part of the programme was
finished, the State Deputies for the Roy
al Neighbors visited with us. nnd It
seomnd to bo the sentiment of the camp
' that we should havo this auxiliary.
I September 17 Is the date of our basket
social. The affair has beon entrusted to
Neighbors Parsons. Crockett and Weton
kamp. so that we are assured of some
thing good.. It has been 6tated that there
will be quite a surprise In store for the
members thnt night. What it Is the com
mittee steadfastly refuses to divulge and
there Is a great deal of anxiety on the
partj of the members as to what is going
Foresters of America.
Court Salt Lnko No. 1 hold lis regular
meeting Wednesday evening. September
' 4'. In Knights of Columbus hall. No. 21
West First South. The court opened at
S p. in., Ohlef Ranger E. II. Graham pre
siding. There was a fair attendance and
all offlcors were present. There were al
so two visitors present. Brother Ncbo, of
Golden, Col., and Brother McKay, of As
kon. Ponn. Brother Nebo. who Is an ac
complished musician, favored tho mem
bers with some very lino selections on
the piano and Brother McKay delivered a
. very Interesting lecture on fraternalism.
It Is the Intention of the Foresters to or
ganize a Junior Court of Foresters in this
city this winter, where all boys between
. the ages of 15 and IS years of age will
be eligible for membership. It was also
decided to give a social and card party
In the near future.
Fraternal Union of America.
Evergreen Lodge 151 will hold its rcg-
ular meeting tonight, and prospects are
that it will be well attended. It Is hoped
to Initiate ono or two candidates if the
certificates airlve. The evenings are get
ting cooler every week, and the lodges
anticipate large meetings hereaftor. Sev
eral of our most active mombors have
taken advantage of the excursion to Los
Angeles, among whom are Mr. and Mrs.
Frees nnd their daughters, Mamie and
Mabel, who will bo absent about two
weeks. They will visit their two sons,
Arthur and Emll. who are located in Los
Angeles. We wish them a pleasant
journey and a genuine good time. Tho
low rate of Initiation continues until the
. end of September- Members should take
advantage of this rate and secure as
many applications as possible.
G. A. R.
McKean post, No. 1. will meet on Sat
urday night at their hall In Odd Fellows'
temple for tho transaction of the regu
lar order of business, receive the reports
of committees and to muster any candi
dates whose applications have been rogu
larly acted upon.
Banner Hive No. 11. K. O. T. M., held
regular . review last Tuesday afternoon,
with a large number of the ladles in at
tendance. The ladies will hold a recep
tion for Lady J-Ianchett. who has recentlv
returned from California, at the homo o'f
Lady Rowe, 327 Earls Court, next Tues-i---.-'ernoon,
September 10, from 2 to 5
Loyal Americans of the Eepublic.
-Salt Lake Assembly No. 320 will hold
Itsregular meeting Friday,- September
13; Every member is especially requested
to be present as there will bo a special
business meeting. After nusiuens moet-
e wIM be a social hour with tue
- members and a few of their friends
' 'Women of Woodcraft
' 'Woodbine Circle No. 11 will hold lis
regular meeting Monday, September 3,
In Eagles' Hall, AH officers and guards
are especially requested to be there at 8
o'clock as there is special business to at
tend to. There will be several inltla-
'TV' Degree of Pocahontas.
Waneta Council No. 1 will give a card
I FAMILY FOOD
.Crisp, Toothsomo and Eequircs No
"A little boy down in N. C. asked his
mother to write an account of how
Grape-Nuts food had helped their fam-
" She says Grape-Nuts was first brought
to her attention on a visit to Charlotte,
1 where Bhe visited tho Mayor of that
city who was using tho food by tho
advice of his physician. She Hays:
"They derive so much good trom it
- that they never pass a day without
using it. While T was there I need
the Pood regularly. I gained about 15
pounds and felt so well that when I re
turned home I began using Grape-Nuts
.in our family regularly.
' "My little 18 months old baby Bhortly
after being weaned was very ill with
dyspepsia and teething, Shu was sick
nine weeks and wo tried everything. She
f .' became so emaciated that it was painful
1 to handle her and we thought we were
going to lose her. One dav a happy
thought urged mo to try Grape-Nuts
soaked in a little warm milk.
"Well, it worked like a charm nnd
AWJ she began taking it regularly and ini-
provement set iir at once. S'hc is now
. getting well and round and fat as pos-
1 sible on Grape-Nuts.
"Sometime ago several of tho family
j were stricken with LaGrippe at tho
same time, and during the worst stages
we could not relish anything in the
shape of food but Grape-Nuts and or
anges, cverythuig elso nauseated us.
t "Wo all appreciate what your famous
food has done for our family."
' There ' a Reason, ' Bead ' ' Tho Bond
to Wcllvillc," in pkgs.
party at their lodge room on Friday even
ing next, to which nil members and their
friends are Invited.
Degroo of Honor.
Star of the West Lndgo No. 3 will hold
Its next regular meeting on Thursday
evening. A full attendance of nil mem
bers Is desired ns there are several can
didates for initiation.
Ladlos of tho G. A. K.
The lndlos of Reynolds Circle No. 1.
G. A. R., will hold their regular meeting
Tuesday at 2 p. in., In Odd Fellows'
The Consumers Coal Co. 's stock goes
like hot cakes. Buy somo now whilo
it lasts. We supply coal to our stock
holders only. Stock cheap this week.
P. E. Lamar, 202 Commercial Club
bldg., Boll phono 1300.
Salt; Lake Photo supply Oo.
Kodaks and kodak finishing. 1-12
Coal, plenty of coal; also hay, grain,
feed and flour at the J. B. Henderson
Commission Co., 551 South State street,
former emplo3'ec of C. O. D. Commission
Co., who havo retired from business.
Eight prices and prompt, delivery guar
anteed. Samo old phone, Ind. 1698.
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH.
Instruction bogins Monday, Septem
ber 16th. Registration of studonts, Sep
tember 13th and 14th. Entranco ex
aminations, September 11th, 12th and
College, engineering, medical, law,
normal and preparatory courses aro
Tho Catalogue which outlines all tba
Collcgo work, the; Preparatory Cata
loguo which describes tho preparatory
and two years of normal preparatory
work, or an illustrated booklet of the
School of Mines, wDl bo sent froo on
UNIVERSITY OF UTAH,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Engraving and Embossing,
First class, reasonable and prompt,
now dono by Pembroke Stationery Co.,
on own promises. Do not let 3"our work
be dono out of tho city. Let us show
you our work.
Silt Lako Photo Supply Co., 142
Royal bread is tho clean, crisp, well
bakocl broad and every loaf bears tho
Ask your grocer for it.
Try the Vienna. Walnut Broad. Ask
your grocer for it. Fresh every day.
Mary Olive Gray, pianist, will regis
ter pupils on and after September 4 th,
at her studio, 445 South Main street.
J City and Neighborhood
CAPTAIN M'CASKAY of tho TwTnty
first infantry arrived from Philadelphia
Friday. He Is at Fort Douglas.
MRS. HELEN M. SMITH, wife of Pa
triarch John Smith, was burled Satur
day in the City cemetery. The funeral
services wero held at the family resi
dence. 263 South First West street. Apos
tles Smith and Whitney spoke at the
E. L. DAVIS of Tellurlde. Colo., has
purchased the Sherman resldenco at
First and Q streets for $13,000. The
building Is a modern frame structure and
tho dimensions of the property are 6x
10 rods. The deal was consummated
Saturday through A. Rlchter.
THE GRIFFIN WHEEL COMPANY
has brought Buit in tho District court
against Margaret H. Haslam and about
thirty other defendants to quiet title
to block 57, plat C. The company pro
poses to erect a factory on the block
JUDGE MORSE signed a decree in the
District court Saturday foreclosing a
mortgage for J2422.04 on part of lot 4,
block 73, plat D, and allowing on attor
ney's fee of $150. The foreclosure suit
was brought by the Pacific States Sav
ings and Loan 'society against Christina
D. CummingR et al.
THE LAST DAY Justice Holm held
court at Murray for Justice Durand, was
Friday. It would be well for him to
hold court more often. If he could fine
another bunch of Greeks about $150, as
he did Friday. The men .were up for
lighting, and not obeying the orders of
the court. Six of them were each fined
THE LADIES' AUXILIARY of the
mall carriers of Salt Lake had their
meeting at tho home of Mr. and Mrs.
A. Lewis at 521) East Eighth South. All
officers were present and after the meet
Ins an enjoyable time was spent. Play
ing cards was the feature of the evening.
The next meeting will be held at the
residence of Sam Meslan, 72 E street.
SENATOR ROBERT M. LA FOL
LETTE will appear In Salt Lnko Sep
tember 25 as the first number of the
University of Utah lecture course.
United States Senator "Pitchfork" Till
man Is a new addition to the course,
not announced when the original an
nouncement was made. He will appear
during conference week, October 7.
JOHN LA MOTTE of tho Bullfrog
Sloux Mining company was In Salt Lake
yesterday on his way from Baltimore,
lid., where he has been for several weeks
lasL past, enroute to his now home in
Nevada. Mr. La Motte has spent a life
time In the East, but last year came
West and made some Investments in
Golddeld, which have proved successful.
He will make the West his home In the
A THIEF, polite enough to leave his
name, stopped at the Cllft house Satur
day ovenlng at about 9 o'clock. Ho wont
upstairs and borrowed a small telescope,
with which he departed. Tho proprie
tress came running after him, and as she
called to him to stop, he turned on the
stairs and called back: "My name Is
Morrison. I am a man of the town."
Evidently he was, for tho pollco have
not found him as yet.
JOHN MURRAY was'stopped by a bo
gus policeman Saturday morning, when
he should have been In bed. The police
man said he had a warrant for Murray,
and forthwith proceeded to search his
victim, extracting, according to Murray's
story, about $100vfrom hl3- pockets. Then
the man marched Murray down the
street, leaving him waiting at a saloon
door whilo ho stepped inside. The police
man did not step outside, at least not
In Murray's presence, so Murray went
on a hunt, finally ending up at tho
pollco station, where he reported his
ROBERT J. WILDHACK, artist adver
tiser from Now York, a nephew of Kent
O. Keyes of the New York. Central llncB
In this city and L. J. Keyes, city ticket
nnd passenger agent of tho Harrlman
lines here, and son of W. H. Wildhnck,
auditor of tho Lake Erie & Wostern rail
way at Indianapolis, Ind., Is a Salt Lake
vleitor. Ho leaves tomorrow for his home
in tho East. Mr. Wlldhack has spent
several woeks in the mountain region in
tho Intorest of the newspapers and mag
azines which ho represents. He has
tnken a largo number of pictures dur
ing his visit. He expresses himself as
happily surprised and delighted at the
resources of Salt Lake City and that por
tion of Utah which ho has visited. Dur
ing his tour of the West, he has spent
several weeks In tho Nevada districts.
He is taken with Utah, however, and
declares that the camps which ho has
visited are tho best ho has scon.
I Operations pSKr
i When a woman suffering from t$k$' jBJIiSiA
ffl fomalo trouble is told that an opor- jMCT- CfPll7i$!
I ation is necessary, it, of course, VS't-'i wwcW'i
B frightens her, l; : jii&orrrrv
I The very thought of tho hospital, Y$;!$;? W7
i the operating table and tho knife V-;) N&W$'y
jl strikes terror to her heart. ift?
j It is quite true that these troub- W rf
1 les mn3 reach a stage where an ope- Q vr 1 IJV
ration is the only resourco, but a XjEs1 sa
great many women have been cured CyAjr--
by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable p.J'.-ofV.iJr 'Svi
I Compound after an operation haa -f'Cr -v- "bj
9 boen decided upon as tho only euro. MISS ROSE MOORE P
I Tho strongest nnd most grateful E
I statements possible to moke come from women who by talcing P
j Lydia E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I
I made from native roots and herbs, havo escaped serious operations, as H
I evidenced by Miss Rose Moore's case, of 307 W. 26th St., N.Y. She writes:-
I Dear Mrs. Plnkham:-"Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has "
I cured mo of the very worst form of female trouble and I wiBh to express y
I to you my deepest gratitude. I suffered intensely for two years so that J
1 I was unablo to attend to my duties and was a burden to my family. I
1 doctored aud doctored with only temporary relief and constuntly objecting I
H to an operation which 1 was advised to undergo. I decided to try Lydia
I E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound; it cured me of the terrible trouble )
n and I ojh now in better health than I havo been for many years." I
B This and other such cases should encourage every woman to try Ly- 8
H dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound before she submits to an operation. 1
I Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women ;
ES Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to
U promptly communicate with Mrs. Pinkham. at Lynn, Moss. Prom the jj
1 symptoms given, tho trouble may be located nnd the quickest and surest I
way of recovery advised. G
Dyspepsia Is America's curse. Burdock
Blood Bitters conquers dyspepsia every
time. It drives out Impurities, tones tho
stomach, roatores perfect digestion, nor
mnl weight and good health.
Itching. Wooding, protruding or blind
piles yield to Doan's Ointment. Chronic
capes soon relieved, Anally cured. Drug
gists sell It.
Doan's Regulots cure constipation
without griping, nnusoa. nor any weaken
ing effect. Ask your druggist for them.
25 cents per box.
For any pain, from top to toe. from any
caufo, apply Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc oil.
Pain can't stay where It Is used.
This is an ailment for which Cham
berlain's Pain Balm has proven espe
cially valuable. In almost ovory in
stance it nffords prompt and perma
nent relief. Mr. Luke LaGrnngc of
Orange, Mich., says of it: "After us
ing a plaster and other remedies for
threo weeks for a bad lnmo bnck, I
purchased a bottle-of chninberlnin's
Pain Balm, and two applications effect
ed a cure." For sale by all druggists.
Ten Years in Which to Pay.
If you secttro an irrigated farm iu
Southern Idaho, at tho great drnwing
on October 1, 1907, tho price per acre
is low and you will have ten years
in which to "pay for it. It will make
you independent. Send at onco for il
lustrated bookletj Twin Falls North
Side Land nnd Water Co., Milnor, Ida.
M'FARLANO IS LUCKY
Downing Thinks Handicap Is a
Joke; Clarke and Pye
On next Tuesday evening W. E. Sam
nelson and Hard' Downing will com
pete in a fiftj'-mile motor paced match
raco, in which event Downing is to re
ceive a two-mile handicap.' Samuolson
figures that after twenty miles of good
fa3t riding he will be able to kill off
Downing, buL the latter laughs at the
handicap as a joke and states that Sam-,
uelson had better take care that he is
not beaten two miles instead. Down
ing was out trying to bet $100 that Sam
nelson would not beat him that distance
and wants to rido winner to take the
entire purse, but Samuelson claims that
an accident might happen and ho would
rather have the purse divided 60 and
40 per cent. Samuelson has purchased
Walthour's fast motors and he figures
that these machines will carrv him to
victory. Downing, on the older hand,
claims that he can go as fast as Samuel
son behind any machine at the track.
Downing says no will try to rido every
mile in about 1:20, which, if he does,
will keep Samuelson busy hanging on.
There will also bo a half-milo nandi
cap professional and a mile handicap
Clarke and Pye Leave. j
A. J. Clarke and E. Pye will leavo to
night for Australia, where they will race
during the winter months and return
hero next spriug. Pye will be accom
panied by his wife. Reports havo it that
Clarke is also engaged to bo married
and will return horo next winter to tako
away a Utah girl to Australia as his
wife. McFarland left yesterday and
will meet Clarke and Pye at Vancouver,
where the riders will tako the boat. Mc
Farland said before leaving that when
he returned next year ho would bring
back Clarko in shape to beat any man
in tho world. McFarland was a team
mato of Kramer, then took up Lawson
and now has still another aspiring cham
pion on tho string.
GASS AND BRITT ARE
DOWN TO WEIGHT
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 7. Tho
betting on the Gans-Britt light tonight
was at tho oddB of .10 to 6 in favor
Noithor man did any HtifF work to
day although both were out on tho road
to keep an edge and within easy strik
ing distance or tho weight. Gans and
Bntt weigh exactly tho samo, 183
pounds, and neither will havo any dif
ficulty in drying out the excess pound
age. Both will drop to 133 tomorrrow
and will arise Monday woighing 132,
which'wlll enable them to weigh in at
tho ringside under tho limit Monday
Bantam Issues Challenge.
Goorge Knight, a bantomwolght. Is
sued a challenge Saturday to box ' any
one in the State, Kid Bell prefered.
Knight 1b a comer In tho game, and up
to tho present time has not met with
defeat. He has seen Bell box and Is
confident that ho can win from tho col
ored boy in twenty roundn.
it In Motel Corridors $
! JURS. ROBErtT II. MURRAY of Nw
York, nee Miss .Taney Martin of Sail
Lake, nrrlvod in tho cliy Friday, on a
visit to her mother. Mrs. Martin. This Is
Mrs. Murray's first visit to the city of
I which she wns ono of the favorite society
I belles before her marriage to Mr. Mur-
t ray. n newspaper man and magazine.
I wrltor. about ten years ago.
Mrs. Murray accompanied the Tnft
party from the East to Yellowstone
Park, and left the party at L,opan. Mont.,
to come to Salt Lake. Her husband, Mr.
I Murray, accompanies the party In Its trip
j around the world, as correspondent of
tho North American of Philadelphia. He
1 Is also Associated Press correspondent of
j the party.
1 Mrs. Murray will visit with her mother.
, who resides nt 1336 East Fifth South
: street. On October 15. sh will sail for
London, and will suhsequcritlv moot hr
husband at Berlin, and after a tour of
Europe will return to their home In New
E. 11. RYAN, attorney of Cedar Cl'tv.
was In the dry a few days, a guest of tlie
, Cullen. While here he 'completed tho
j formation of one of the largest corpora -;
Hons ever organized In the southern part
of th State. It Is called the Rush l.nko
l Oil and Gas company, with a capitaliza
tion nf f snn nnn ,u.m,i n m.
ber of shares. The property upon which
the corporation Is predicated and which
I tho company owns, consists of 0400 acre.-"
; of oil lands situated In Iron county, less
, than twenty miles east of Lund station.
I on the lino of the San Pedro. Los Angeles
i & Salt Lake railroad, thirty-three miles
south of Mllford. and duo north of the
I oil fields around Virgin City. In Washing
"The personnel of the directorate.' said
Mr. Ryan. "Is not yet fully determined,
but It will consist of some of tho most
experienced oil mon In the West, who
will havo for associates some eastern
and I'tah capitalists, men who are not
only willing and anxious to furnish "am
ple moans with which lo opon up the
"The lands owned by this company
have been favorably explored by some
of tho most eminent oil experts and also
"The country has been examined by
competent and experienced oil experts,
and they give It as their opinion that
from Rush Lake to the Virgin and on
through Into Arizona, is the greatest oil
field In the country. If not in the world,
and future developments, they claim, will
demonstrate the accuracy of their Judg
ment. "It Is tho Intention of the company to
begin boring for oil without delny. and to
prosecute tho sinking of wells with all
possible speed. Our equlpmont for sink
ing a well has already been ordered, and
this will be followed by others which
will be put In operation as soon as prac
ticable. I mean, Just as soon ns mate
rial can be shipped to the ground. Be
ing less than twenty miles from the rail
road, should our expectations be realized
In the quantity of oil brought to the sur
face. It would not be an insurmountable
Job to pipe the oil over to Lund Station."
COLLEGE FOOTBALL TEAM
IS UNKNOWN QUANTITY
The bovs at All Hallows will begin
kicking the football around tho grounds
and doing the preliminary work for the
seaBon of 1907 noxt Tuesday. It is too
early to say what the outlook for a
winning team will bo, but several of
the members of laHt 3'earB' team havo
signified their intention of coming back
and there is considerable interest being
manifested by former players and
friends of the collogo. Last year the
team was not scored against but did
not succeed in winning many games;
and this year groat efforts will bo made
to surpass the records of other j'ears.
Philip Fitzmaurico, who played such
a good gamo at quarter last season iB
expected back. For a playor of his age,
he ranks verj' high. Ho has a good
hoad. is a good drop kicker, a good
tackier and runner, and has plonty of
nerve. With Fitzmaurico behind the
lino tho collcgo can count on having
tho plays wofl directed. Among the
othor mon who aro expected to enlor
school again aro Walsh, guard; Thomas,
back; McAllistor, back; Whito, centor;
Rhodin. guard; Princo, subquarter last
year; Lynch, tackle; Doolittle, utility
man last season. Cannon, back; Olm
Btead nnd Sullivnn, subenns last season.
In addition to theso men, there will bo
sovoral young fellows who playod on
tho Hocond team last season. Of course
all of these mon may not como back
and others may enter whose worth is
unknown at this time.
Of last year's team, Quinn, captain;
Murphy, Hays and Toohey will be miss
ing. There "is a chanco that Hay6 may
return. Quinn, who did good work as
fullback last Boason, is thinking some
of eutoring tho University. Murphy
and Hays wore two of tho best ends
in their class and did a great deal in
firovonting scores being nmdo against
heir team. Toohey, tho strongest man
on last soason's team, was never known
to bo injured and could always ,bo ro
liod upon to do his part. Wnother or
not the new mon will bo ablo to suc
cessfully fill tho vacancies is a ques
tion that can bo sottlod .only by time
and gamcB. Tho outlook at present is
more favorable than at this timo Jaat
year, and with ordinary luck the team
ought to make a creditable showing.
Call and inspect tho whito enameled
kitchen at tho Boyal cafe. Cleanliness
and sanitation aro perfect.
Ask yovr grocor to aond you Boyal
Broad. It 1b made in a cloan bakery
and the Crown label ia on every loax,
I Keep a package on a low m
slielf . Let the children help 1
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used for over fifty yenrs by millions of
mothers for thoir children while tooth
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tho child, BoftonB the gumst allays all
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remedy for diarrhoea. Sold by drug
gists in every part of tho world. Be
sure and ask for Mrs. Winslow'B Sooth
A primary intermediate and collogo
preparatory school for girls will open
on Wednesday, Sept. 11, at D o'clock.
Patrous aro roqueBted to call on Mon
day and Tuesday, between 9 a. m. and
4 p. m., for the registration of pupils.
Regular classes will moot Wednosday
MONARCH HARDWARE CO.
PAINTS, WALL PAPER ANDl
PICTURE FRAMES. I
MIDGLEY-BODEL CO., I
33-35 E. 1st South St.
O jSu SB "2?" 0 S3. X a. .
Boon tho Klnd f,avB AluyS "fifo
S. D. Evans,
Undertaker and Embalmer, has removed
to now location. 4 South State.
Crowd in Hisj
TO THE SHEFTJ
THEM SOME E3SS.
Saturday evening pr?f.
the 'Teat Fcr-Don at?
at Fourth South and&!
Gathered in front o'f&
spacious field wasi
12,000 persons, and Aft,
ploasant ono forthejj
day evening. In thel.
mobiles and carnae?
3-oung and old, anyq:
undoubtedly Hie gr'crfi
before brought toges
or a lecturer in this
The programme w$
out and the variouji;
cheered by the thoug",
The first pcrforrnsjo
for life by tho grojil
number of his hair-fa
Next was tho comiei!
the Fer-Don comcdi&i
music by the DiamJ?
which Fcr-Don impeni
East. To cap the cl(
ful entertainment FJ
his famous lectnresjjir
loudly applauded byK
when it was announces
be a Bnle of Iub jgVj
pound there was atjj
During iho sale Slgta
cine was given outafci
Big Day for Boj1
The Boy Phenomw&!
noes in his offices i3fij
all day Saturday.jg'
of patients and gavfii
Don yesterday wasffc
still a number of skg
He at once ropliedJVi
natural. "It doesajV
how much evidence Sfc:
he said, "thoro arejs:
cannot be made to''i
said, "print thisiifer
and tell those whbsjvj
the matter to payjjfc
them These peopled
the city. They afgjij
be averse to having;
nected with any sj)W
They arc well knox
nities. Give them J?,
them to all on anx
Here are their naj'L
Nora Brown. 90 vh!
(cancer removed) rl(fl
West (cancer reniovri;:
E. II. "Williams,,.
cor romoved). t
Joseph Hamblin, Eja
Miss Rose Adam's
Mrs. James S. ChiUjj,
South (tapeworm t
Louis Wesley, 168
W. II. Shclmerdirit q
South (tapeworm rea
Mrs. R. Linesey.Iff
Charles Namon, 61J"1
pie (tumor removed)
Arthur FarnswoJ'tB .
enth South (tumorir?
Mrs. .T. W. Elliq&j
Mrs. Mary HowaJSj
Nev. (gallstones). JCC
Mrs. A. G. Tayldjfc.
P. Sorenson, 436a
East (rheumatism). jt?
Mrs. Stanley OnglejSci
Gus Peterson, 33Sij.
Mr. Harper, McGiij
J. King, 666 Nois
I Holiest Work i S
Painless Extraction t
Pay. All Work Qgarj
1126-X; Ind. 112S. 1 V
do to th V bt
Catch your owa;it fc
aquarium and we it
Flnesh cuisine, .fl
Orchestra Every Ajj t
FORD 4-OYli. Jp&,
Ford Auto j&.
w!ra for U "PPVM
Tho moot dillwUH
cleaned to brlght?M
by our various aeorjB
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