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16 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 20A 1912.
OGDEN DEPARTMENT
Office. 2562 Washington Ave. Phone 661. Office Hours 6 a. m. to 10:30
a. m.; 3 p, m. to 8 d. a
1
STUDENTS EXHIBIT
MERITORIOUS WORK
:
! Pupils of Sacred Head Acad
emy Prove Both Ability
and Application.
,. pr.-1:, 'o Tl- Tli'l'III.e
OGDEN, June "Fay evening,"
I one of the principal ovanta of the silver J
n," ' n- gru 1 i.;u ion ncclt at Sacrod Tfenrt
I a rn dvn y, drew a !arRe number of friends
, r i; c; i ;:,.:,(: ,M'i p iron 8 of the ln
ri 3n BxltuUon to the academy auditorium
liill'l SVWilng. All of the nine students who
'!. ' will i.i fn-rii;;l : cinaiod tomorrow par
I IrM ticipated in the plesutlnK programme.
N". ui the conclusion of the programme,
j ! :. p, I.. 1 1 pi' !' M Ouehnahan dellv
fllrd Trt brief ililrc-t.. In wlilrh he com
:i .j n-omW.I ill- !:ulty of the academy for
lt- ..'.pai'l'- u -n ! -n riHfit year. The
J.J !"!. F;::i'.m V'.'ii ks of Idaho l-'iilla, Ida.,
t. s I he honored s;ur?t during the eveninc.
The Junior day cxerclBt-s at 10 o'olock
1 this m'ui'ina wre also witnessed by a
ir-rj,. n:mlier of pwiple. father Ctiwh
Bfl ir " " i of honor :ind shared the
SH'n Bfiv'aM with lh" Rev. Father Reml S.
I Kayfier of Boise. Ida. During the pro
DH H (rramme four student. who have complet
. ,i r, onmt trial courso received dl-
' plomfis.
Tl r. .-vh.hitloTi hall wliere the art work
H Is displayed sva open before and after
j c. ... ... M todajr. The display ronslsts
B of oil anrt v:i'. - .".'i.-r paint Ings. plates in
geometrical and dee hand drawing, deco
;J rated china, oxercises of the Reneral
i penmanship specimens,
H and the history ;ind science charts of the
; , :irw".OI - ci:1 - Si.-.
The oil paJnttnga are fmll studies from
H nature and pictures from still life. The
: I portrall drawings in charcoal are also
Mfl from life, The china is artistically dco
' ;,';' rstM !n florni aid conventional designs
IB and also In ivory and gold.
o he students in oil and water eolor
pa In' In? are the Misses Zelda Harvey. H.
baglll, L. Scott C. Bntder and M. Toy.
Students ' chins painting are n. Bean,
I K. Cook. K. ( lushiie. 7, Harvey, L.
! Hood. H. Maglll, M. McClure, N". Bouff.
1 ' '12. I.. S'r-'tl. K fr.tiler, M . Toy.
The fsnf-v work display consists mainly
''If : of beautifully embroidered pillows, with
desitrns of loses and Bun flowers; also
French embroidered towels and gowns.
AM pupils in the academic department
, hflve gpi Imens Of their work, hut the
ji '' young lai-iies deserving spoclnl mention for
the number hmi rarlety of pieces are the
il , Mi5es K Sionehraker. M. Hill. B. RICB
ani and F llackward.
SLOGAN IS SELECTED.
"Greater Orjden. Gateway of the West,"
Will Be Used for the Present.
SpPIfl to The Tribune.
OGDEN, June 19. -"Greater Ozden.
Gateway n' the West," was selected by
the directors of the Oj?den publicity bu
reau this afternoon ss a temporary slogan
for nse of the bureau. The recent slogan
com est was not prodnetive of a slogan
j which fitted the needs of the bureau, so
the directors decided to use the old watch
yS word for the present.
'j Ogdor views on the hack of an nrtietl-c-vi
printed menu card was another ad
vertising scheme on Which the directors
J ! to-.k favors V'le si Hon. All of the menu
cards nR'Vi In local cafes and restaur.nnts
ore printed by nne firm, and, at a small
; 1 cost, this firm agrees to reproduce Ogden
canyon views or other scenes on the backs
rf tho5e re.n-v ;:nd print a sufficient num
j -rr to permtt of their being- taken pos
I gcsi-ion of by the patrone of tho eating
houses. The menu cards may be either
reta;r '' as -ou e'-.lrs or ma iled to friends.
The bureau has asrreed to further the
Interests of baseball in Ogden by the pur
' M chase of i wo shares of stock In th bs
clatton which is to back the Union as
sociation rluh. Two shares of stock means
E9; an investment of ?50.
MRS. BECRAFT IS DEAD
Prominent and Popular Woman Falls to
Recover From Operation.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEX. June 10 After one week's
I j Illness, following an operation for gall
stones. Mrs. Esfella Ann Becraft. a
prominent club woman and wife of Louis
H. Becraft. died at the Dee Memorial hos
dflB piL.l at 7 o'clock this morning. She was
U thought 1o be recoverlns; after the ef
fects ri f tho operation um:i sht! suffered
a sinking eprl! at o'clock this morning,
followed four hours later bv her death
Mrs. Beiraft. born ir. tftlca. N. T.,
November -1. 1S68, had resided In Ogden
I for the past twenty years. Her marriage
it lo Mr. Becraft occurred In Uia east on
Cl i ihi-r ;, During her residence here
she was prominently Identified In church
B fi work as a member of the Episcopal
ci m-.-h. Her !ogc affiliations consisted
mm of tiii ir.bersblp in the Royal Neighbors
of America. Ladles of the Macca.becs and
Women of Woodcraft.
P-ii-vivinsr ber re 1 wo sons, Chester A.
snd Louli B . besides the husband, also
one brother four sJatsra, Waiter Phii
pon '.-.n.c the iirother and a resident
of thin ci" "Hie funeral arrangements
have not lier-n ,".?inO'jnred
Want IntertirbaB Line.
Ft' ! ' " frtl-une .
o ,m:K. .tur.o 1ft Aocotdlns to Wllltid Al!l
Baa h" a'.'.nnijcd a maAtlnc of the Vopui
? f, -in r'nV. Iiri m nln(t. tb rjl4nfji of thu
r rthen eltj nd of rA:b coijnty la 6oneril
I 'i eOtaailMttC "rer ttin prosoact of an Inter
!, urban alactrlc Mua propoaij by men who in
f ti1 to rrpr'5i. Omaha. Keb.. capital Tht
- 4 ' of tr rornraar who has
n f.i: nado Lit a?wraoe In thlr retlon la
B P A. WVUf of OmthH.
SEARCHES IN VI
FOR BI WIFE
Sprinfvine Man Declares His
Spouse Sold Property and
Then Disappeared.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OO DEN, June 19. At the request of
FYank Candland. said to be a resident
of Sprlngvlllo. Utah, the police are mak
ing a search for Mrs Candland: who, ac
cording to the husband's story", left her
home about April 23 after selling a valua
ble orchard and residence property for
$6000. Candland was Induced to come to
Ogden In search of his wife after a niece,
MIr Nellie Candland of 582 Seventeenth
street, had Informed him that she had
seen Mra. Candland. in company with an
other woman. In Ogden about two weeks
ago. .
According to tho husband s story to tne
polioe, he was in Oakland. CaJ, for his
health when he received a letter from
his wife to meet, her In Salt Lake on April
:'3. She not onlv failed to meet him on
that date, hut has absented herself from
his presence since that time. He states
that ho has mad trips to Denver. Colo ,
and San Diego, Cal., in search of her. but.
his travels have been fruitless Previous
to going to California, Candland states
that he deeded the Sprlngvlllo property to
his wife. The potlce regard the man s
storr with some suspicion. "He admit"
that his actions five years ago might have
warranted her treating him in this manner
.
Extending Gas Mains.
Spaeial to Tb Tribune.
OQDEH. June 1 Following it went
Tialon to more tlian iloublo the cupa'lfy of lu
Kaa plunt In tbl Olty, 11" tTtah Utrbt RH
vrnr romp-mr ha taken up the work of eTlcnl
!ng Its go- mains 10 tho moie romole aeclloii
nf the residence district. These nxt-nnlona not
onlr will jlrc the nsUSBM tM bCBSOt of c
in thrlr hom. but alo furnlahe employment
for a lar?o nunilcr or men. The rompanT-'
local om.olA.1 have luat anninin-r-1 thin, one of
the flrat lniprovemont In tle syatein 111 be
fix-Inch k main alone Tweni?-oi:ond trei
between WaahlnRtmi and Jarkion aTenuea. a dla-;an.-e
of ten hln-ka. An eKhi-lnch mnln 1
also to be extended on WA-'hlnition avenue lo
Thl.-ty-flrat lrcl
Court Is Lenient.
Special to The Trlbnne.
OCinUN". -Tone 19. Kdward Munnt. as'd U
- r i. -: nnd P.armond Newman. ad 17 reara,
held for trial In the juvenile court at dclln
inente. U! bo ilven n beAr,na: bofore Judsn
V. C. Gunntll tomorrow morntnij. They nere
ITSStSd by Officer Al Hen-Irk las' evrnlnc after
Jampln" their bond two week-, nsto The
fathara of tfce boy P')' up tho Vim) of jr-o for
funoey and ?CS for Newman, and .hidrK Ollfl
nell ha decided tbat if the parenla produce
Ihe hove 1n ooicrt tomorrow mornlnft he will
not declare tli bondn ferfelied. They "111 nn
wer to a. rharre of petty larceny for tho BllesjSd
theft of a bicycle.
Has Narrow Escape.
h'pci-Ml to Tlie Tribune
OODBN. June It. C M C1T, former man
axarr of the Ogden rnnUrrowers SSOfeSBSja wis
Ihe rlctlra of an a'cldent eetcrdty which
mlgtit haye prod aeiloun. V."hlle deacendlnt? a
flla;ht of ataira with a, pah" of pruning abears
In hta band, tbo hendl of the Implement cArae
In contact with the wall and the aharp point
of th aliears panetnle-1 hie lefl broaat There
aa fear that the Instrument might have In
ured the heart, but examination hy a physician
dleclOKjd that the mels! had paaaed to the rlc'n
of the heart. Mr. Clay la forced to iairy his
left nrni In a allng. but una able to leave
hlr. home today.
Southworth Returna.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN'. Juno IS Henry Southworth. ac
qUltted of the charge of murder for the killing
of "Nad" Hanks. In charge or Don Phlltpplnl'r
band, at Glonwood park Inat summer, made hie
flr?t appearance in the city today following an
absence of several month, or practically alu'C
the Jury declared lilm a Pee man. Soultrworth.
It will be remembered, riddled Hanka'a body
whh bullota when ho found tho band manager
In oompany With his wifo at the park. Ho
obtained his freedom under the unwritten law
of the a-tata of Utah an admlnablo statute
uM to exlet In no other atato ot th union.
Spocial to Tlie Tribune.
OGDEN', Junn ID. One hundred and twetrty
flvo mllea In nine hours, by auto, waa the ro
ord cstabltabed by Mr and Mrs. W. W. Brown
ing, who returned to their home In thla ctty
list night attcr a pleaeuro tTlp to Lyman, Wyo.
Thay atato that the rosda were nevor In bat
ter condition, a feature which added greatly
to the enjoyment of tholr Jotn-nov. While In
l.yman they were tho g-ncst6 of Mr. and Mrs
Lyman A. Culld. On the trip to the neigh
boring alata they were accompanied by Mlsa
Ethel Oulld. who had bees a guet at the home
of Mr. end Mrs. John W 8cow.;roft.
Cherries Nearly Ripe.
Special lo The Tribune.
OGDI7V. Juno I. Tho hnreea-ttnc of Ihe Weber
county crop of rwoat eherrlen will begin wtthln
the next few daya, aooordlng to Manager J. M.
White of the Utah Fruit enohongc, and there
will bo a big crop In spile of tho damago re
sulting to tho fruit r3 apricots a few weeks
ago. Mr. White hopes to handle a few car
load lota of chorrlea. but declare that Ihe
homo consumption, whtch Is always large, may
rob him of this privilege
Popular Oonple Married.
Special to Tb Tribune.
OGDEN, Jun IB. Oacar D. Jones and Miss
Maymo Jonoa, both popular young people of
Malad. Ida., ware united in marrlago at the
home of the Rev. G. D, Poaoock. 1210 Jackson
avenue, this afternoon. They departed imme
diately after tho ooromony for Fait I.aka and
will snand tholr honeymoon to I." Angolsa
Judge Will Investigate.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OODEN". June 19 Although Jnda J. A.
Howell had set Wednesday cj tbo dav on which
j I
Tired? Nervous? Co To Your Doctor
All run down, easily tired, thin, pale, nervous ? And do not know
what to take? Then go direct to your doctor. Ask his opinion
of Ayer's non-alcoholic Sarsaparilla. No alcohol, no stimulation.
A blood purifier, a nerve tonic, a strong alterative, an aid to
digestion. Let your doctor decide. jtfffiL
BEAUTIFUL HI WOMAN'S CHARM.
1 NECESSITY FOR GRAY HAIR
Ifj A Simple Remedy Beautifies
and Darkens the Hair.
Cures Dandruff.
What p r . it ii to see o manr peo
j pie n, wispy bair, faded or
HH treakel with gray, and realize that
DH most of r.hecp ijeoplo nucbt have soft,
M uIosbv, abundant hair of beautiful color
illW end hmer if thov would but use the
proper treatment. There is no necse
j sity for era- i.air under sixty five
irfl "ears of xcs, and there is no excuse for
anyone, youne or old. having thin.
DH stfaeglinr; hmr. either full of nandruff
I or heavy and rank smel in with ex
oil.
of your hair in a few days and cs
ever rid yourself of any dandruff and
loose hairs, and make yor hair grow
strong and beautiful by uainfr Wyeth 's
Sajfe and Sulphur Hafr Remedy. For
generations common garden Sage has
been u.6d for restoring and preserving
the color of the aair- and Salphar is
recognized by Scalp Specialists ae be
ing excellent for treatment of bair and
scalp troubles.
Lf you are troubled with dandruff or
itching scalp, or if your hair is losing
its color or coming out. get a flfty--ent
bottle of Wyeth ' Page and Sul
phur from vour druggist, and notice tbe
improvement in the appearance of vour
hair aftpr a f-w days' treatment. "Spe
cial agents Schramm Johnson. Drugs,
"The :Sever Substitutora," five (3)
Mood stores.
AILING SKIN
IS HEALED
JfJOSLAM
The action of Poslam In the cure of
any akin disease Is Immediate It stops
Itching, allays suffering and heals with
wonderful rapidity. Aggravated cases of
ecsema are cured quickly, to the surprise
land gratification of those unahlc to se
cure results by other menus.
.MI skin diseases. Including nciic, tet
tor. salt rheum, piles, psoriasis, scalp
cale, barbers' and every form nf itch, are
eradicated by Poslam. Over-night treat
ment is often sufficient for minor
troubles, such as pimples, red and In
flamed noses, raahes, complexion blem
ishes, etc.
POSLAM SOAP used dally for toilet and
bath will keep the skin In healthy con
dition, and Improve Its color and texture.
Ir m'l'.-rs Ihe healing medication Of Pos
. lam In a form particularly beneficial for
tender skin and erupt lonal and scalp
iron hies
Schramm-Johnson. Drugs, "The Nevei
BnbsUtutors," Five (o) Good Stores, and
all druggists sell Poslam Cprlce 60 cenl.s)
and Poalam Soap (price So cent). For
free samples, write to the HJmergeney
lboiatorlcs, Vet -.Sth Street, Now
York Cltv
lie would paas JudRmenl In the rase of Harry
Polllts. the ronfeaaed forger, he refused to fix
the nentenie wbun Polllti waa arraigned. Judge
Howoll la not patlsfled to gle the man the
minimum ssntem-e. as recommended hT DUtrlct
AttomoT E T. Hulanlrkl. Tho court has
learned tbat PolUti lo -.anted In Dn-er. (Til
rjgo and a half doren other rte on charge
of rrooked dealings, and he wants the man'a ease
In-estlarated.
SONS Si DAUGHTERS
DF WflLESAT RESORT
Annual Outing of Society Is
Held at Wandamere; At
tendance Large.
The annual outing of the Sons and
Daughters Of VYalcH society took place at
Wandamere yesterday and was attended
by fully 2000 persons The alliletlc sports
ramo off earlv in the afternoon and were
much enjoyed by tbe hundreds of young
sters present Following the sports.
Welsh ica, Welsh bread and cheese anil
YVclFh CUrrant bread were 6erve.d by n
committee of ladles of the society, as
sisted by a bevy of heautlful young srirls.
The prize for the prettiest "baby under
twelve months went, lo Master Roy
Thomas, aged eight months, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas, residing at Thirteenth
North and Eighth Wesl streets A sp)
elal prize of tn for the. best, cornet solo
was won hv John Jones, n. member of
the local street car men's band.
At 8 o'rlork th regular musical and
literary programme wjai given The pro
ceedings were opened by Evan Arthur,
president. Of tbe nodetv. wh" Introduced
W. IT. Folland. master of ceremonlep
Mr Folland mad a few appropriate re
marks and then railed upon John James
the baritone, for a rendition of th Welsh
national hymn. Mr. James was followed
by Mathonihah Thomas, who pave a fifteen-minute
speech, depleting Welsh
characteristics and the party they had
played In the world's history.
Mo-ical numbers were given by Pearl
Phillips, Claribelle Gardiner. Mario
iIiisrheH (harp), and Reese Davies. the
whole concluding with ihe ninglntr of
"America," Dancing followed and con
tinued until midnight.
MAKES MANY POINTS
I HIS 01 DEFENSE
T.OB ANGELAS, .Tune 19 Clarence S.
Harrow occupied the center of the stage
In bis trial for alleged Jury-bribery to
day when he consumed nearly the entire
day with his examination of George
Rehm of Portage, Wis., an uncle of Ortle
E. McMalngal.
Behm admitted that he had not been
told by Mr. Oarrow to testify falsely to
the grand Jury and that he had received
merely expense money to come to Ios
Angeles and that Mrs McManigal had
first asked him to make the trip because
she was not In good health. He admit
ted also that he had volunteered his
services as a witness In the present trial.
His reason for appearing as a witness
against. Barrow, Behm said, was his de
sire to clear himself because of having
committed purjury before the grand Jury
on August last. Behm admitted that his
first visit to Ortle McManigal In the Lxs
Angelea county Jail was upon the latter's
Invitation.
""Did you not tell me after that first
visit," asked Harrow, "that Ortle Mc
Manigal was not tbe man yon knew him
to be; that he was craiy, or doped, or
had been bought by the Burns detec
tives?" "Yes, I said something like that," was
the reply.
The entire purport of the cross-examination
was to show that Behm had not
been corrupted by Darrow.
W. H. LEARY MARRIES
MISS MARY LYNCH
Special to The Tribune.
SIOUX CTTY. Ia.. June 19 . Mice Mary
Lynch, daughter of J. M Lynch, retired
contractor of this city, and W. H. I-carv
wer married at 8 o'clock thla morning.
The Rev. J. L.. Kerby. uncle of the bride,
performed the ceremony at the Cathedral
of the Epiphany Only Immediate rela
tive were present. Nuptial mass was
celebrated. After the cereinonv the I
guests were served a wedding breakfast
at the Lynch home Mr. and Mrs. Learv
left at noon for Salt Lake City, where
they will be at home after August 1.
Thomas O'Brien of -Salt Lake attended
the wedding.
DR. WU TING EANG MAY
TAKE PREMIERSHIP
PEKIN. June 19. The minister of edu-
I cation. Taai Yuan Plo, has gone to Tien
TsLn. He did not notify the cabinet of
i his Intention and it Is unde.rgtood he will
not return.
Tang Shao Ti. the premier, who sud
denly departed from Pekln June 1 and
later announced his Intention of retiring
! from office, is preparing to leave for
Hong Kong A growing faction favors
the appointment of Dr. Wu Ting Fing
, to the premiership.
May Probe Charge.
WASHINGTON. June 19. Represen
1 tnt.jve Martin W. Littleton hag pre
pared a p solution calling for a con-iMci-inn
1 investigation of the charges
ot" bribery at the R.-u h-Heati national I
i on' ention and will mibmit them to the
t bouae on his return from Ntw York in
I a day or two
HOMELESS CHILDREN
WANDERTHESTREETS
Finally Taken in Charge and
Delivered to St Ann's
Orphanage.
Three, little children, the oldest ten
years of age and the youngest six years
of age, whose mother Is dead and whose
father Is said to be dying In a hospital
at Mammoth, t'tah, wandered lost and
forlorn through the streets of the city
for many hours yesterday.
They were consigned from Mammoth to
the Kearns-St. Ann's orphanage, but,
owing to some misunderstanding they
were allowed to leave the train at the
Denver & Rio Grande station. alon
Ignorant themselves of their destination,
the children walked aimlessly about the
city, hand In hand, loo frightened In
their new surroundings to tell their trou
bles to any one. No blame attaches to
the oipbanace in the matter.
I Charles flllock, 912 Grove avenue, a
lineman for tho telephone compan. found
the forlorn 1 1 lo wandering near his home
yesterday afternoon. He lOOfe them In
and notified the police, who. after sev
eral hours of Inquiry, learned that they
wero destined for the orphanage, where
thev- were delivered last night.
The children are Robert Runden, aged
10 year; Mary Jane Runden, aged 8
veara and Thomas Runden, aged 8 year.
Their' father Is a miner and is said to be
dying of miner's consumption. The
mother died some time- ago
SUNDAY EXCURSIONS
Via D. & R. G. Every Sunday.
Provo CanvoD, 8:10 a. tn $1.25
Ogden, 10:35 a. m.. 12:40 p. m.,
2:35 p. m 1-nn
Geneva (Utah lake). 8:00 a. m... 1.25
Pharaoh's Glen. 8:20 a. m , .50
Trout and chicken dinner at Upper
Falls resort in Provo canyon. Special
train leaves SnH. Lake for Provo can
von points at. 8.10 a- tn., and rotummc
leaves Wildwood. 6:00 p. m.; Upper
Palls, 6:15 p, m.; Provo, 7:35 p. m.,
arriving Salt Lake, 9:20 p. m.
CONVICTION SECURED
IN INSURANCE CASE
Ixniis R. CoUer of Glendale, Utah,
arrested some time ago and charged with
soliciting Insurance without first obtain
ing the necessary state license, was tried
In the. Panguitch Justice court yesterday
He was convicted and fined $ln0. The
case will probablv be appealed to the
district court, In which event Com
missioner of Tnsuran. e Wlllard Done will
take an active interest In the case
This Is tbe second conviction 'bat ba
been secured here and it is the intention
of tfce authorities push prosecution in
every instance where the insurance law
Is violated
Arrested on Suspicion.
Benjamin Brown and Richard Cordon
were arrested last night by DeteotlVBB
W. C. Zeeae and Herbert Lelohter and
are held at the city fall under suspicion
of having been connected with recont
burglaries. Articles of Jewelry said lo
have been stolen from Fait Ttke home?
were found In Condon's possession, ac
cording to the arresting officers.
WHERE DOCTORS
FAILED TO HELP
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound Restored
Mrs. Green's Health
Her Own Statement.
Covington, Mo. "Your medicine has
done me more good than all the doc
1 '-'-yrg-yMgisi tor's medicines. At
: ; lyBfal everymonthly period
k jjfe' 1 had to stay in bed
-fSf figg&;; four days because of
tegfr' hemorrhage?, and
my back was so weak
rll. 1. id could hardly walk.
(r I have been taking
jl$t 35? Lydia E. Pinkham's
jPT0 tfk Vegetable Com-
pound and now I can
rC' stay up and do my
I I sT 1 -ainrh I think it 18
the beat medicine on earth for women "
Mrs. Jennie Green, Covington, Mo.
How Mrs. Cline Avoided
Operation.
Brownsville. Tnd. "I can say that
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
has done me more good than anything
else. One doctor said I must be opera
ted upon for a serious female trouble
and that nothing could help me but an
operation.
"I had hemorrhages and at times
could not get any medicine to stop them.
I got in such a weak condition that I would
have died if I had not got relief soon.
"Several women who had taken your
Compound, told me to try it and I did
and found it to be the right medicine to
build up the system and overcome
female troubles.
"I am now in great deal better health
than I ever expected to be, so I think T
j ought to thank you for it. " Mrs. O M.
' Cline, S. Main St., Brownsville, Ind.
;
i
Make the bar-
gain sales do gB
you permanent JEfj
good. i$mm
Whenever you buy at ,jiy4f
a reduction deposit the JitfJittTi
difference in a sayings SffTjjll i
account at 4 per cent Bljlali
compound interest. Do rliilM!, jjf
this regularly and the '',ilM V5
gTowth of th fund will fl Jjllll'jl
aetonish you. $1 will J' ,j llJ
open an account. You HJ (jmJj
can bank here by mail. Jl" !!nif
ii mm!!' 2!
WALKER slilSl
BROTHERS Si
BANKERS ijXfl
Founded 1859. felW1
A Tower of Strength.
IHE "JUST AS GOOD" KIND A FAILURE
ALIKE TO BUYER AND SELLER
HERPICIDE ;
... , , i-...i- Xewlvro's Herpicida thinks morn of a
Mis. Daisy Eight, Box 202, Perry, Jgy f (g VCDl of Ui Cne-
N Y . 'n I recent, letter to the Herpi- t0)npr
cid f o.. saye: " I hn used your inaiit on having Newbro fe HeTpicide, I
hair remedy, Herpieide, and prefer It the first, the real, the .wiJjt tondJfl
to any other, but the druggipta here Km AWqq" JLL Jl gSrinteed
have other hair tonic they want to cent and ft h'f " jf s.-aip and!
ell, and it i. hard to gt Herp.cide to Kf;,n.e a';J DSQ dandruff,
when I want it. One drurtpit got to jj";" funded ,f you are not
me to try , but it is not as Rood Your monoj iatirfed Hoxpieide
as Herpieide. l nNA, itrOiNO!i oonemi floefl what lt prom.
would like lo buy zSSZ XS Isefl to do and whnt
your Herpieide In Jtl f 3 g ) you expect it to do.
larger quantities 1 7 M k A j ff There ia no loric i"
direct from the 7 W V Jf 9 ft buying the r'jU8t
company if you C J) f y as' Kood " kind,
will tend it to me." jfirc imwiuivirt wUtrtafiinae whnn tne jronuine
Tt is the same old rtory. The dealer COSts no more p0suZe
in hi. greed tot a &w extre pennies Upon rJrS5 "g Dent ?
Indnees the cuatomer bo buy aomethlng or silver the ftrpwrfs Co., Iep t.
elae-reault-the customer loses the Detroit. Mich 1 yill ;pr. a, ,
money and the denier loses the ens- a trial 1".h;t L0U gj 1 ,n nv
tomer Whenever a dealer BUggfBStfl a booklet on the oof the hair to -
substitute for some standard ari.cie address yijjgjj- PJ
the safest thing to do is to wnl. out
fF && v there are bu, few dea.er. DRUGS, fert h SoSh
like those described in Miss Sight's South and West JJP Tern"
letter. Th dealer who tries to sell and Mam. First West snd SOutn rem
vou nn off brand when yon sak for pie, are gpeciaj agents. i
HEAT baby's food without get
ting out of bed. -Just turn the
switch the same as when you
want light.
The Electric Milk Warmer
will bring the nursing bottle fco the right temperature iri
four minutes. Everything is prepared before retiring
The bottle stands in pool water so that, the milk will no1
spoil before it is wanted. No getting up, no fussing with
gas or alcohol, no dangerous flame.
The milk warmer is handsomely finished m nickel.
It will boil a pint of water in six minutes at, a cosl q less
than half a cent for current. Every part is accessible for
cleaning.
For sale by Electric Supply dealer?.
Utah Light and Railway Co.
Electricity for Everything.
The most economical 1
coal you can burn 1
the cleanest coal ever 1
IS mined in the west. I
39 95 Fuel. 1
osmbcmu ii i ii HonnaaonnaMBnaaeaHHsaeMaa
J AM PREPARED TO CURB S4.la.aT-f . 1J mm
Uv,FJ$&l8&n iSg Not Sick, Yet Hardly
TflE KEYSTONES TO SL'C- - .
t GLOOMY
mT AMBITION
I ENERGY
1 IVr NERVE
J?S?nf?,Z' Llh " ot nwe sorrow
kSJLs Ta?.itoakrL othr lI'montB com
bined I see the ctims of this .ilnorder on
every hand, hl whole appearance Dr"
clalmlnc to all th. wo?ld R&roUbU In"
tending to blight hi. existence. My treat
ment cures disordered men by overcoming
LTon-".7,Vlne. the cffect of disorders 1 It
v wfrn VWBiU. nd aloJ"y restores the
victim to what nature Intended healthy
a maTof &?nsein5? I m
thousht. in this I WftTiTriaalF tnmiLSlAS ,8 !?y flr,t and only
their fee and care ll,t for thV S& fJjR? "M0 th,nk n,y
EXPERT MEDICAL EXAMINATION FREE
I do not "patch up.'' I cure to atav r,,r4
me today. dlagnoee by exclusion No .2 "ot day. Call or write
Examination free. Urlnsl analya's free rnletakea made. Consultation free.
I fTiaraotee to cure dlneLea Juet u t .
paid to me t I fan, the fault Is rnine. ot -JoVL. T erund vrr dollar
for symptom blank. Medicines frcCwTto TnT. IL nnot sail, write
oratory. Hours from 9 a. m to a m Z,rfi a cJniTm from ray own lab-
p- m- "OF- 8unSaya from 10 to U
STATE MEDICAL CO
A MACHINH iHAflg'
ITS HFiAn AND HRLi
VOLT KFTjP VOUP r
machint: that lircamc a matht
Think of a machine warM iM
over the face of the Parh flLil
languages everywhere, withM
involved in such travel and jjjWC'01
Think of this machinr sud-T
coming un expert in addiJ!?B
tracting. "BiR
"Name it?" ffat
Certainly. E- w
It is the Remington TypaET
The machine that knows Ja
the -orlri b languages, ''Trsli
A J Kai ai&P
And now tins machine AMB
84 languages, suddenly turrHft
and tells you that it can adn,.M
tract better than you can. WT"
And then proves it. '
Thin', of this machine atrsAi m&
itself ,i hnx-like calculator h
that you could pur ten of tkJKd
the space occupied by the kBf
human skull. t
Think of a literary rrgK.!
the Remington Typewriter, tifeljm
itself one or more of these litjf3K
and then appearing in the cjmW
room and saying to the first jST'
ant, " Let me do this job inBif
if you please." W
And then think of itsniiAg
nou-, the marvel is tigM
' 0 u I i c arcel v k n ov f roxn 1 mW'1
glance the Remington 'SUm
Mechanism, which is the MHm
Suht ra . t ing Remington tint itXf.
at all different from the ReniBf
which only typewrites. 'nmik
It remained for Rprr.inmnMa k
to p,!r writing and adding togtrRij
such a wa- as to make the TvnYrJBBK
one whit different from that dflaKf?
any nrher Remington TvpewriajK
at the same time to use the atBj
to afdd and subtract and wrttefc"
the results. ;
Think of this machine
adding and -ubhnrring ccrrfdf,fcr
ai tually keeping vou straight sWait
you make one of those mathasfc
lapses that fallible men arc E
Wr. . it ill prove its WOttBpe
prove ; ours, too. ri
In other words, it keeps i&lltPn
and helps you tokeepyoun. Lolf.
This is the way it work
operator proceeds to record andB
1 .scribe, sa in the shape of a
! writes the facts, and while lie IjH hj
i the proposition in rj'pewTiriajtsjf
! machine computes the result ofl'sam
I cords it where he can see it adisMlrH c
it immediately. Thus the nudajflfri
ac ti 1 a I h pe r f n r m i n g two npcil&BEZZ
once writing and adding, y ' ,
And the saving of
resulting from the work of PT
chine is simply incalculable. i
THE ONLOOflMfrh
172 South West Templ
; sjjsp '
From Ogden aKl
Salt Lake Cltjfc
east id dm
Missouri Fiver Point ",,"Brt.
St. Lows, Mo lam'"
Peoria, 111. . g
Minneapolis, Minn. lBrt'ie
Bt. Paul, Mian. . . &
Chicago, 111 " MWJ
Also reduced rates to oUik '"MBh
STOPOVEES AiLOWM;
n f ( June l,5,M?,lS.Jft
Datea ) July S. 12 20 flJft
Sale )AUVV5'
bale ( September i, & h
For further forrnn 1,1 jj?
from other points, add" jv
I A. T. S F. RT- 233 f;;
salt : ' -rr KSi
- " Cimmm
The Denver & Ri R,
Railroad Co. I11 i
Effective May J1 S.
DEPART DAltV. JP(n
Provo M:tl. . y-. ;Mj2l
! Denver. Clilc&so 11CS L ',IXS'
P&rk Cits roinU;liiBaaa?ftk
Ogden end
MTdvale and Blngharr, rBOf
Denv -r Chicago and KJJ jjgy,,,
Provo. sprinRviiie. Vrst .saaaaaC
Ogden, Portland anl - KlTKi
arrive DAIUV- jaaai
O.r. San Franc.aco. Loi lJJi
Angelea , ptovo tfaaSshT1
Tinrlc. Sprlngil 7 MAii
De n ver, Chicago an d 1 n tl jfc, J
Denver J.

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