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THE SALT LAKlJ TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING-.1 JULY 31, 1910.
I Conditions in Montana Some what Improved, Thanks to Desperate Work. ' LOSSES NEVERTHELESS ARE ENORMOUS IN MAGNITUDE Government Foresters Have Played Prominent Part in the Long Conflict. By Associated Press, MISSOULA, Mont., July 30. "We are ! holdlns our own," aaid ForeBtcr W. B. Grcely of tho forest service hero today, "tttrnlriBt all of tho fires within the Juris diction of field district No. 1. and from ihc outlook today wo can continue lo hold , the names !n check and protect most of tho commercial timber on the reserves indefinitely. While a big general rain Is anxiously desired, still. I have no hesi tancy in saylnc thai the situation is well in hand and that we foar no heavy losses i further than have nlread- resulted. 1 Improvod Conditions. I "We were in so much better condition to light tires this year than over before that the work has been comparatively easy. With trails and moans of com munication to somo of tho districts olncr wise remote, wo have reached forests I and preserved a working system that has been impossible before. There is much more of this trail and telephone work i to bo done yet before tho district can H be thoroughly patrolled, but with this ! year's results as a gauge, it can be seen ! what a great boon to tho fire protection of the country tho forestry system will be when thoroughly completed. "This year, too, wo have had the co operation of railway and mllllnir com I panics as never before, and with the men they have furnished tho district Is now i in the best of condition." Tho goncral fire condition is Improved today, although there are several blazes reported and demanding immediate at- tent.lon. i More Help Nooilcd. ' Supervisor Koch of the Lolo forest i came in from the McFarland Creek tire, i one of the largest in the district, and I asks for more men today. Me states ' that the blare has swept an area two miles square, but that with more, men 'at once- It can now bo stopped. A ranger at Quartz reports "a fire at Fish Lake, just over the Montana -Idaho divide into Idaho, and his request lor tif ,teen men has boon era tiled and they will bo sonl from Missoula tomorrow. Hanger McGregor secured te more; men here to f'nv for llm lire at Nlim Mile, milking a total of sixty men employed there. The ranger is of the opinion that this large force should be able to get the tire well tinder control in two days. The Gravc3 Creek lire, on the Idaho side of the divide opposite Cedar Creek, has burned over an area six miles long and two miles wide, and Is now spread ing toward Trout Creek. It has been impossible to secure pack horses to carry supplies and men to the field, but today the government outfit of nbou,t twenty I nnlmals that was at Henderson was or- I dorod to Iron Mountain to take on a load j and hit the trail for the lighters. WEATHER f OR EC AST FOR SUNDAY Forecast for Salt Lake Oity, Utah Generally fair Sunday and Monday. aadHl. Department of Arioulture. . U ((,WEATHER BUREAU. fesV WILLIS L.MOORE. Chluf "7. I f Kf r If h Vffer'oV f-yiA . t?ki ; Km 1020 "--sL 1 LV dz&r- -A-11 C " c - ' 1 ' 7T- v l . r -A- Obwrvatloni wVtii at p. m., nty-tlrth meridian My . S 1 x- (5 i timo. v '. . 20.H iY7" Ifoiuw, or cootinuoiw lines, pus ilirough poinu ot ' -., ihS0"- ' JPC 0-0 equal air prcuure 00 ' J-i A IfOTHLituj, or dotud lincx pais through pointa of H 10 S m$rf cv'" rHn VfS Ph tqual torn rwrnt urc; they will b drairn only for tcro, Cf 00 0 ()f))0 -u ' ' 'LA-4 KJI'l'l uXr' .of n q ' J foe a I rorecasf: ' Ju Iy30, iQld partly elsudy. cloudy. ruiu; M euow. ,v V , c A I report miMlng. Arroivj lly with (tic -,nd. Fim C 6 D 2 r O-l rC-V OaOCy Cv figure, hlghcet tmp'riiiro; second, i2-liour rainfall,- ' aa o n . I if It equal 01 inch, ihird. wind velocity of 10 mllw ' " " rX Cv . Icr hour cr more ll C ' There Is a low pressure over; Idaho tonight, but of little energy. Another low Is over the southwest, while the northeast is governed bv tho same conditions. Bain Is .general over tho Atlantic coast, but In tho interior only a few seattored showers prevail. Temperatures are lower over Illinois, Oklahoma and the New England states, and higher over Colorado and the northwest. Generally- fair weather will prevail In this locality Sundav and Mondav. ALFRED II. TIHBSSBN. Section Director. I Condensed Telegrams ; By Associated Jb?rcss. MASON CITY, Ja., July 30. William , Pine died here today of infantile paralysis, making the fourth death here from tho disease. There arc now llfty clght cases in this city. PROVIDENCE. R. I., July 30. About thirty manufacturing Jewelry concerns in Providence, Attleboro and North Altle boro shut down today. They will re open August S. NIAGARA FALLS, N. T-, July 30. Numerous addresses were heard at the closing of the third annual convention of the National Good Roads congress in this city today. Among the speakers was A. G. Spalding, Jr.. of Point Loma, Cal. ATLANTA, Ga., July 30. While test ing a racing car at the speedway here today. D. T. Dial, a mechanician, lost control of his machine, which plunged through tho Inside fence, turning over on a pile of stones He died of his In juries. FALL RrVER, Mass.. July 30. Thirty cotton mills here, employing 8000 oper atives, were shut down today until Au gust S for the "purpose of curtailing production- The shutdown is quite general throughout Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Maine. ERIE. Kan.. July 30. Mrs. Sadie An derson, a wealthy widow, threw herself In front of a train here today and was killed. Extreme heat is believed to have affected her mind. She had been suffer ing from melancholia since her husband accidentally shot himself several years ago. OBJECTION IS MADE TO PAINTED CIGARETTE By Associated Press. CHICAGO. July 30. A painted cigar ette may be the cause of depriving the city of Chicago of a portrait of the late Frederick Warron Freer, one of tho most famous of local artists, who died sevoral years ago. The cigarette Is shown -in-the portrait, held between tho fingers of tho dead ar tist, a wreath of light smoke rurllng up over his head. Tho portrait was offered by Mrs. Margaret Freer, the artist's wid ow, to Charles L. Mutchlnson of the art Institute. The portrait, it is said, was tentatively acccpled. when a member of the commit tee, accompanied by Miss Lucy Page Gaston, viewed It as it hung in the art Institute A sudden opposition against tho picture hroso,- based, It is said, on the cigarette, which tho painted llguro held. Miss Gaston Is said to have led tile fight against the picture, asserting that the'"' in fluence of the cigarette would, bo harmful to generations to como who would' gaze upon it if the city purchased the painting Tribuiip Want Ads. Bell Main 5200. Indcpondont 360. METEOROLOGICAL REPORT. Record at the local office. United States weather bureau, for twenty-four hours ending at C p, in. Saturday: Temperature" at 0 p. m.. 91; maximum temperature, 02; minimum temperature. 72; mean temperature, 82. which Is 1 de grees above normal. Total cxtosh slnco the first of the month, r.O degrees; total excess slnco January 1, 55G degrees. Precipitation at C p. m., none; total precipitation since first of the month. .10 Inch, which Is .00 Inch below normal. Total dcllcicney since January 1, -1.S9 Inches. . . .WEATHER, RECORD., '"a on 5 ",2 Station. ? B c z H : c ' S. I ' I SALT LAKE 92 10 j Abilene 9S 5 Boise ". 9G M I Boston OS S 12 Chicago 70 IG 12 Denver 7C 11 0 Dodge City 80 rt S Duluth CS 2 1 Havre 8S 'S s Helena SG 'IG 1 Huron SO 2 -I Kansas City SI 2 I Modena 70 0 21 New. Orleans .... 88 2 -I, Oklahoma SO 10 22 Pittsburg .,. I...! '74 G M Portland 71 4 12 . Rapid City 72 2 M Rosehurg Si '2 10 St. Louis . ., SO 10 Sari Francisco ..' '. 51.... 21 Washington , S2 . 10 Wlnncmucca t.. 90 2 S Indicates Increase In temperature. ' Indicates decrcaso In temperature Illoctors o! Kiowa Reliability Skill J New Names. New Places, New Troubles, but the same old story Cures Cures Cures. J . 9 Mead the Proof From Living Witnesses SXreffSSSSS : 1 H ALMOST A TOTAL WRECK. A MRS. M. E, PALMER, BOX 176, I . Blackfoot, Idaho, Blackfoot, Ida., July 20th. 1910. j Dear Doctors I have suffered for I the past 3 years with pain In my back and nhoulders. and also my stomach In fact, I was almost a to tal wreck. I could not. work nor could I sleep, and had no appetite. I had G physicians treat me and used lots of patent medicines, but got no re- lief until I had been taking Drs. n Shores' treatment for tho past 1 13 months and I can say that 1 am a k new woman I do my own work now, g I eat well and sleep well and can fe recommend Drs. Shores to any one' a who suffers as I did. 5 I have never suffered any pain h since I first began treatment, and I 6 thank you. for tho great good you jl have done me. Here Is one of my fa pictures If you wish to use It .for the benefit of others. Sincerely, II MRS. M. E PALMER. i 5.09 a Month ' i Medicines Free I For all Catarrhal Chronic Diseases, to those vho may desire treatment If you pay more you waste money there Is no better treatment at any price. Above Is given the voluntary tes timony of three patients who have been cured by Drs. Shores' Home Treatment alone. Think what this means to those who have no good ' H Doctors at home think what It j g means to you when Doctors can I 0 cure such cases by mall. How much better are your chances If you hap- pen to live nearby and can call for lit personal attention. Read all these I C statements they come from the U heart and are full of human Inter , ffi est. Write these people If you wish J.B further proof. Inclosing stamp for " the reply. LAST, BUT NOT LEAST. ! CALL OR WRITE DRS. .SHORES IjS YOURSELF AND BE CURED. DEAFNESS AND STOMACH TROUBLE CURED, JAMES A. GARNER, Rlverdalc, Idaho. Mr Garner writes: "Dear Doc tors I had been troubled with burning In my throat and with belching up food for nine years and had many of the usual cynip loms that go with bad stomach trouble. I tried several doctors and ncnrlv every medicine I heard of, with " practically no relief and al most Kavc up all hope until I de cided to try you Doctors. After a course of trentment with you I find my throat well" and my stomach in splendid shape, so I can eat any thing at any time without distress and now I have taken no medi cine for six weeks. I believe my cure Is permanent, and I want to thank you for it and also to say that fcrore treatment I . could not hear peoplo talking to me In my left ear and now f,can hear a watch tick. I hope this will be the means of bringing health to all who suffer as I did. and you can use my photo and testimonial as you see fit. Very truly, "JAMES A. GAnRNER." WOMEN Weak,, tired out, sickly women, suf fering from the Ills peculiar to tho sex, find Drs. Shores' treatment prompt and wonderful In results. Consultation Free and Confidential. f& 2 Hf" S3. B Wo maintain a Ha hi !)W I Separate Depart IQira SeI nient for all pri ll W H 13 H vato diseases and 1 13 BEiiii 0 j weaknesses of men, with ad vantages you cannot secure else where. The lowest possible cost for a Cure absolute Cures guaranteed, respectable offices that you need not. be ashamed to visit yet the utmost privacy is assured you. Personal treatment by Drs. Shores (no cheap hired doctors). We Cure to Stay Curefl LOST MANHOOD. SEXUAL WEAK NESS, VARICOCELE. CONTRACT ED DISEASES DISCMARGES. SPECIFIC BLOOD POISON, WAST ING DRAINS. ETC.. and all other private diseases and you pay In small weekly or monthly install ments, as the case progresses, or you may PAY WHEN CURED in all pri vate diseases. AlDf JONES,' I i , Malad, Ida. H Mrs. Jones says- Q iv "I want to thank Drs. Shores for H the good thev have dono me and .J my husband. I know of many cases -j in Malad which .have been cured by Drs. Shores. My husband was one M J of them. In my own case local doc- H i, tors did Jiot understand my trouble. E 'i They claimed I had gall stones and f other troubles, but did not help me. C f 1 wrote to Drs. Shoron and began J.J their treatment when I war, bed-" jl fast and could not move myself. In 1 two weeks I felt bettor and In one I S month was up and around, doing n T my housework and feeling aplen- W did- This Improvement has boon 'Ijj permanent although I am 07 years old. and have suffered for 20 yoara i I. fell away to skin and bones, lost I my breath, had cold sweats and I f terrible pains now I feel splendid, f B and all Malad thinks I was prac- J M tlcallv raised from tho deaU. Write- !. mo If you want more particulars, ( it you who suffer. j j (Signed) i 1 "MRS. DAVID C. JONES." Jl WE TREAT AND CURE jl CATARRH Deafness, nose and throat 1 I troubles, ear diseases, bronchial and i II lung troubles, asthma, stomach, liver : and kidney diseases, bladder troubles, j female complaints, chronic diseases of H women and children, heart disease, I nervous diseases, Epilepsy, Chorea B (St. Vitus' dance),' rickets, sciatica N and rheumatism, diseases of the bow- m els, piles, fistula and private trou- bles. gj MPflTE? HOME CURES BY MAIL. ! WKliiCi If you live ouL of town 1 for free symptom list. H i Do not despair because you llvo at m f a distance from tho city. Drs. U -Shores' now system of HOME 5 TREATMENT makes it easy to got 1 expert advice and treatment at U t home. WRITE for their new symp- W 5 torn list and be advised free by mall, fefl CONSULTATION FREE, whether you H r take treatment or not, the advlco y i costs you nothing. j OFFICE HOURS: ffl t' Week days, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m ; even- g f Ings. 7 to S; Sunday, 10 a. m. to 12 noon. 1 DRS. SHORES & SHORES, j Expert Specialists. 8 , 249 SOUTH MAIN ST,' J Opposite Kelth-O'Brlon's Storo, J 2 SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. g I! ' Th ; ' IN SATURDAY'. hill climb the . 1 1 Again Won Everything Worth Going After. . , II ' ll Cll"! ' Won First in the $3000.00 Class, and I ! jfIIJ .. First and Second in the $4000.00 Glass - 1 I tf The Stoddard-Dayton has won so' many hill climbs that most of our competitors re- iB I irtM4k fus to enter their cars against it, and those who do get in, wish afterwards that they Jfl I ll ll 1 hadn't. The Stoddard-Dayton roadster, which won the Newhouse trophy, has been H I Kro jlJH F driven over 31,000 miles, and only last Sunday returned from a 1500-mile trip through I j J Montana, Idaho and Utah, and now it's on another fishing trip. 1 jl I I MBfcM . ; i ; . COME AND HAVE A RIDE IN A REAL HILL CLIMBER. ,; I j 162-168 EAST FIRST SOUTH ' " ' " H 'tj ;j