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Unkind Cut by an American
GUy Council Against Salt
Lake Tribune
kapIous Proposition to Cut Off Ad
rUIng Jterrnuu Until nu
AKilop Is FVtPItlIlIII
In Nn rniloiivor to bring the Halt
fak Tribune Into this open In ItK re
nt h rcs ot graft within the conn
til a minority report wan Introduced
by Itir special Investigating commit
tee last night recommending that tho
tI f Halt IAkl nnd the city officials
ceu e patronizing ths par er until It
hall Htb r rttract Itt charges or name
be mfn 10 > whom It referiKi The re
I port was miuelehed under the master
I hnnd f Councilman A J Davis alt
tins 11M presldont nnd backed by the
votes t Counclloinn MeKlnney Heed
all Mreton Mulvey Heed And Wood
Councilman Holley who Intrivlucod
j lit mln < rlt > report had the support
of Councilmen fernU rom Hall end
The minority i tporll read
Ve ir special committee on the
Invtstigatl m of The Tribune charges
In thi matter
H fg to report as follows
Iltr of the fharjsee made by thin Hull
lay Tribune that two councilmen ar
m fhe payroll of pool rooms nnd men
trak gambling which charges uer
ctdfrrd Investigated hy your commIt
te by solution No fO by Councilman
ilollev requesting that The Tribune set
forth the names of the two rouncllmen
irbo are interested In the race track
we beg to report as follow II
Th manager ot the eald paper met
with u fused entirely to give any I
Information further than wan publish
> d neither would he retract nor give
atltadrv explnimtlon Fllidlng that
Tf had no authority to compel wit
n wfs ti appear before un the only
JUnir that can be don to bring the
natter < o any conclusion will be to
MSC t do any more business with
Hid newspaper and company Threfoin
lie Tciimmnd that nil city ofHrlnls
rjpsert legal ads bA ln tructed not
te Inrt any In aid paper until It Is
OIlIiTft either to retract Its charged
Oi31anc the ones that are guilty
Yde report not unanticipated came
I for the ridicule of Councilman Davis
ib asked Mr Hflley If it was Intend
I Joi H Joke When assured by Mr
lolley that the latter wan narniist In
be plan tn withdraw patronage groIn
it iltys otllclal luper Mr Davis at
fmlMllo hut off any debate by call
r for the roll call Mr Fernstrom
owever insisted on giving tIt views
fariinB the attitude of the paper
It ha ni loke Mr Fernstrom sold
to make the broad accusation ot uiv
omun ndurt on our part The
tribune Is v Itllng to slander thla coun
ctl slId throw odium on us ill but II
Ii not willing to point out the guilty
Ct Instead It throws suspldcm on
il nf Ul
If It va business Iwtween man it lid
un would you bn wllllns to do busl
ulth 111m unler similar conditions
> l th paper rritlrlzn us und throw
111 the ndlum It nnt to but let us
lye the manhood to let them know
ikero we Mnnd
Its a mittor of blackmail Rcheme
i make roinrbodv vote its the ptper
ir It Is tlmply n matter of biliiB
t out a big club and caylnR Now see
hal vc will do to you
The charge are absolutely unfair
vl Unjust and until that paper In
Illlng ti treat us fair wo should cease
but anything U do with It
on the rlll call the majority report
it BdTted whlrli In effect reporte
wt Ci ouncll found Itself with tied
trite tn rmprlllnK The Tribune to
ifcttantl i e or prove Its charges that
I l < ast twt rnerrbers of the city ratio
1 aJ been on the payroll of the men
iIt orntlon durlnp the recent
fl t at Tuena Vista
TUP mST hOUR or iins
I when you do ome great deed or
Ueover tome wonderful fact This
ur ame tn J n Pitt of Horkjr Mt
0 f when he was suffering Intensely I
i he snss from the worst cold I
Ifr bed I then proved to mv great
itlsfatl what ft wonderful Cold
nil rough cure Dr Klnes N SW DIs
erv Is for after taklnR one hot
t I was entlroly cired You cant
1 y anything too good of a medicine
I that Its the surest and best
ITiedy fir diseased lungs Hemor
harrlI I nrlppc Asthma Hay Fev
ran Throat T Lung Trouble BOo
lad II oo Trial bottle tree Guar
r wd bv Z C M I Drug Dept
Hear Ferullo Band 8altalr
Tacin Islanders WANDAMKRB
hull 48 Native longs costumes
Mr ml Mrs William A Wallace
l l bral1 their china wcddlnc Monday
XM At the Rtilnr meeting ot the
th Castle No SS 8 of the nool
Urhlaniier nt Federation of Labor
all nurlv 100 members of the lodgu
011 l Sf > nt Mr Wallace has b en
tT lar > and treanurcr of the castlo
t more than three years anti to do
nor tr him the Hlchlnndnrs set aside
ffmar ttininexs and proceeded to cele
ratc The following program was
MfrM aUr which hIgh fIve fol
led i refreshments ended the eve
as njoyment Vocal solo by MIss
> Rmri selertlon by the ICIghlander
Hrtft nhlstllnr solo by Mica Dorothi
Yeller m vocal oln Iy Miss Uunae
IIKT ocsl solo ty Mix Anno Wdl
115 Citation by Conrad Webber
Cit Cln by Miss Lena Dell and solo
r His Geneva Harris
San Iranclsco paper The Fie
makes extended remark on the
turn there Of Robert Poppett one at
e rllfr Settlers of Utah Territory
4 nn
a rtsldenl of the California
0 Thp
f paper aye Robert IP
ont of he oldest residents of San
5U Srdin alley hMlnir come out to
n from Ulah In tQ4 f
me4 Th004 lIa week from a vlslt 10 his
I aunts In Utah SSith his
UChllr Mr 1oPPltt spent two
tre la In the Mormon state lie says
flult tnruh water wasted annually
San Lake to irrigate laren part of
thuita1 rrnarllno valley Ho 18 vy
I npr th < > oullook present
4 and fnillty of Utah lands
4 tlfnrt splendid crop of bfirles
or all kinds save citrus
1J D t3cc
J Jill
fruit Mr Ioppett says land thtl
could bo bought when ho was H boy ut
a dollar an acre now command IJOO
toJfOO and raw land In Utah IH us high
as raw land here HP savs the pro
p rll and richness of Utah were a
revelation to him
S V fiends of Coal City Ala say
he truck a perfect mine of health In
Dr KincB New Life Illls for they
cured him of Liver nnd Kidney Trout
ble after 12 years of suffering They
are tho best pill on earth fr Consti
pation Malaria Headache Dyspepsia
Debility 5c nt 2 C M I Drug Dept
Ensign Stake UANDAMERK Sat
Kerulln Hand nil week Pnllnlr
lItllllt niMilny nt National Irrigation
Cuurigrjs to ho Uiulrrtukrn
A meeting wan held yesterday of the
advisory committee appointed by Oov
William Spry to consider the wnys and
means of Utah having a III II nil exhibit
fit the elshteenlh National Irrigation
congress which meets nt Pueblo on
Fept 26 to 30 The committee which
consists of John Henry SmIth George
Austin Joseph K Caine J H Moyr >
and F A liniehl became permanent
with John floors fimlth as chairman
anti J Edward Taylor secretary
It was decided that 2000 > was neeen 1
oars to make an exhibition and that
the chairman appoint a state commit
tee to gather In the necessary funds
Fe Pacific Islanders do native
dances VVANDAMKHB Thursday
Plan on It
L ent of the season Ferullo En
gagement Paltalr Two free concert
Aceonllnsr III The Spcclafnr Tills rlty
Has mi Uiioinlnlilc Itrrnnl
In the last Issue jpf The Hpectator
publlohed Au r 11 at Now York city
It Is shown Hint the rate of suicides
In the United Plates it constantly In
Jn U out of 61 of the largest cities
In the United Ktate according to The
Hpeclator the rate of 1900 showed an
increase In suicides over the previous
jtar Tho Increase was greatest In
Denver with an average of 332 per
100000 population for the year fol
lowed closely by Salt Lake whero the
overage for 1901 was I 2l for the same
population The highest actual rate
for 1909 prevailed In Ran Francisco
where the statistics showed a rnto of
rPB per 100000 population followed
by Oakland cal with 651 HohoKen
was next with r26 then Denver with
486 anti Ball Luke with 3111
The relative IIlllIon of the cities
with high suicide rates wtys the ar
ticle Is maintained with remarkable
iPKiilarity from year to year and It Is
signifIcant that most of the cities reo
turning the hlRhest rates contain a
proportionately large Teutonic populH
Continuing Thn Spectator HB > S
It Is nothing hart of It public scan
hal that poisons and irtMols Hhould he
as easily obtainable a In actually tho
case and there U most urgent nccrs
slly for HIP enactment of stntuten for
Mrtrtlng the kcnplnc or carrying of
deadl weapons and of regulating their
rain under mast strlnepnt regulations
and heavy penaltle The same Is true
of poisons which are fold with an ut
ter disregard of the public Interest
and often with A practical certainty
that they will be used for Improper
The effect of drastic regulation and
prohibition In regard to the na1e of
poisons and deadly weapons would be
not inly to materially diminish the i
filicide rate hut It would also brine
about a material reduction In the
homicidal rate wlilehas Is well known
N probably higher In this country than
In any other country In the world It
tcqulres always to hn 4tept In mind
thit as a first principle of psychology
the matter of propinquity In the case
of disturbed mental condition Is of thn
utmost ImportAnon
1or the Old FR thlonp ColT suns
I always drank coffee with the
rest of the family for It seemed ns i
It there WRf nothing for breakfast It
wn did not have II nn the table
1 hail been troubled for coin time
with my heart which did not feel
I right This trouble grew worse stead
Some times It would bent fast and
at other limos very slowly no that I
would hardly be nhle to do work for
an hour or twi after breakfast nnd
If I walked up n hill It gave me p
severe pain
I hind no Idon of what the trouble
was until a friend suggested that per
haps It might be caused bv coffee
drinking I tried leaving off the
coffee and hogan drinking Postum
Tho change ramo nlck I Hm now
glad to sat that I am entirely well of
the heart trouble and attribute the
euro M leaving off coffee nnd the use
of Posttim
A number of my friends have
abandoned coffee and have taken tip
with Postum which they are using
steadily There are some people that
make Posltim very weak nnd tasteless
hut If It Is boiled Ine enough nr
cirdlnR to directions It Is a very de
licious beverage We have never used
any of the old fashoned coffee since
Po tum wan first started in our
Head the little book The Road to
Wellvllle In pUgs Theres a lion
Kter rend tIm atoote letter A tint
ono appears from time n time They
arc cclllllnc true nnil full cif lllllllnil
< fIL
Mulveys Resolution and Petition
Of Frank Knox Gets
A Jolt
Cited to Appear Ilcforr the Council
And I < ilahi a IVu TlilnK
About atc Hours
At a meeting Monday night nt T
oclock six member of the municipal
laws liCense and police and prtttnn
committees met and decided to repoit
unfavorably on the petition of Frank
Knox and other asking for 10 days of
horse racing In the spring and 30 days
III the rail of each year
When the report of Just half the
Members of the committees was read
towards tho clo of the council ses
sion proper Councilman JtulVey was
taken entirely hy surprise protesting at
once that Jie was a member of tho com
mittee to which the petition was re
ferred and did not know ol Ihn meet
ing Monday cventne at T oclock Conn
cllman MeKlnney Informed him that
the committees wore supposed to meet
Inut Wednesday night but that a ma
jority never attended and that they
decided to meet Monday night Mul
vfiy requested that the matter be laid
over for cue week and as Holley con
curred this course became Inevitable
Hvcn though the petition should ir
the favorable notice from the Com
nlttees tho city attorney says that
10 Is helpless In the matter of draw
IIIII up such an ordinance as the law
of the tale gives to cities merely the
> owcr to prevent horceraclng nnd
lot to regulate It Judge MorA has
ald that horseraclng with Its attend
ant evils of pooKielllng and betting
comes within the tale statute forbid
ding gambling
Another victory for the peace loving
citizen wai the passing of Councilman
McKlnneys resolution which cite the
proprietors of the Heidelberg and th >
Hank saloons nnd James Tedexn be
fore the council next Monday night nt
t o < lock to explain why their place
were open after midnight In each
of two of tho places named a murder
occurred lately after that hour and In
the nank saloon the heidelberg mur
derer took refuge Councilman Holley
was In favor of citing all of the sa
loon men In the city before tho council
as all of them are 1U1Ithe said
Chairman Davis said Gentlemen do
not waste the time talking about things
you do not Intend to do all those In
favor siy yes those against no anti
Councilman Holley wan still talking
when the word next order came
Various other matters of Importance
were attended ti by the council Mon
day night Councilman Mulvey In
troduced two proposed ordinances on
the sale nf opium morphine and al
lied drugs to take the place of tho or
dinance vetoed hy the mayor on aC
count of Innutllclency One of time new
ordinances Introduced by Mr Mulvey
In approved by the druggists nnd the
other by the physicians Mr Mulvcy
hays that tho matter Is of more Im
portance Ulan he had at first thought
and that the council should meet as u
committee of the whole next Thutbilay
night to consider the ordinances and
listen to various opinions on the mat
t ur
When the committee on estimate
and appointment filed Its report with
the council Mr Fernstrom objected
to two Items One the grnnllnir of 17
O2 additional to the police nnd prison
department nnd the other the grant
Ing of an Increase In salary or 3125 to
tho sealer of weights and measures
All admitted that the chief of pollen
had promised that if the council wouU
buy him an automobile he would lint
ask anything additional In his appor
tionment for the romlng year but here
he had within a few months nsked tot
1702 the price of the automobile and
the very thing hn said he would not do
Kven Councilman lloreton admitted
this but said the automobile was
needed Councilman Fernstrom re
torted that other tricks of a similar
nature would he played If this one
was permitted but his motion was
lost while hn was still on his feet
That a clean nice fragrant com
pound like flucklena Arnica Halve
will Instantlv rellovn n bad burn cut
scald wound or pile staggers skep
tlsc But great euros pro Its a won
derful healer of the worst sores ul
cers bolls felons eczema skill erup
tions us also chapped hands sprains
nnd corns Try It 25c at X C Bf
I Drug Dept 112114 Main St Salt
Lake City
Pacific Islanders WANDAMBRK
Thursday Native songs costumes
Hear Ferullo Band Saltalr
IntercMlne llciirc Compiled hvIft P
Tmlil Clerk or Hoard
Interesting figures concerning the
school population of the city hove
been gIven out by I P Judd clerk
of the illy board lie says that the
city has a school population of 2ZA94
Gills predominate by a slight majority
800 There are 11394 bays and 11600
girls of school ago In Sl tW 513tyffc
cording to the recapitulation tm girls
nlM have the bettor of U as to Illiter
acy There am only 114S girls who
cannot mad and write as against 1314
boys making a total of 2S64 III the II
literate class This III no rellectlon on
the rcliool system however as prartl
rully all the Illiterates am among the
rhlldivn that have Just arrived at
school Sp
Ot the 22694 boys and girls of school
ago In the rlty 18760 are attending this
district schools and SOO private schools
Tbo total of J4T7 nlrls are attending
the district schools as compared with
2303 bo > 5 Four hundred and sixty
seven girls attend private schools as
against US boys The number of boys
attending no school Is 16M as com
pared with 1871 girls making a total lOt
2M4 girls and boys attending no
There arc 1C colored boys and > ro
ored girls or school age In the city
Tonic In quality and fiction quick In
results For backache headache
dizziness nervousness urinary Irregu
larities and rheumatism Bchramm
Johnson Drugs
yes Ferullo Is a man Ho haa a
f it fiI
k raO b h
Holding It Before St Paul Con
servation Congress Makes
It Very Important
IO Norris HIJH lAnd m If Studied
KITorl llnil Itcrn Mudc to Ire
vat Its IrVMllllltlOII
Helena Mont AUR 1100 Edwin
I Norrls today stated that owing to
the fact hat the beard of smutty en
Rlneers appointed to Inspect the reels
matlnn project would be In Montana
at the time of the tull l ak City con
ference of the western ft cutlves he
would ho uimhta tu ntlond the con
ference but the governor mad his
view on cbnservatlon flOut on thus pro
gram which has heen arranged for the
coneervatlon congress plain The gov
ernor said
The states of the northwust have by
far the greater portion of the countrys
natural lesourccs that are to hf ion
served and thli artlnn of the Inllnd
States is therefore vitally Interested In
every Plan that tends to thus conserva
tion of hue irsourccs
It has been expected that the ex
ecutlvns of the northwest would havn
nn opportunity at the Ht Paul con
srrvatlon congrflss to present what
linn come to be known us the north
wwttern Idea whlch epitomises thin
views of all of the northwestern gov
ernors ns expressed In the ronfnreneo
of governors heretofore held at Wash
ington D C nnd which Is In brief
that the natural resources In very
large tnnasure belong to the states
rather than to the federal government
AntI their administration should be In
the hands of tho slates themselves
however II norms that the program
for the conservation congress has been
made up and them has been practical
ly no provision mad for the presenta
tion nf the northwestern IdeA In fact
It looks almost as If them has been
a studied effort to prevent the presen
tation of the attitude of the northwest
on this Important question 1nder the
circumstances It may well be dnubtd
whether this conservation congress to
be held ut St Paul will re iU In any
great goad to the states In the north
west group
At nny rate the holding of thin Atlll
Lake City conference In advance of
tie conservation congress makex the
former an exceedingly Important gath
ering and I should be vtry Kind to at
tend were conditions different It now
nppnars to me that more direct good
for the state may be accomplished by
ccompnny the army engineers over
the Irrigation projects to be examined
this week
Bet Pacific Islanders do native
dances WANOAMKUK Thursday
Plan on It
Learn to say FEKULI
Peters I In r her Shop ISK Lnd South
Is now open at tho new location IS
H 2nd South Clean now sanitary
Your patronage Is solicited
flue Colonials Opcnlnc The now
season under Ihn new regime opened
nt the Colonial this niek While It
uas a fort of preliminary to the uiulii
event it gave a pleasant foretaste of
what the pntroim of hun house may
expect under the neut order of thIngs
Tho new seal of price 10 was In
ogun for the first time and while all
the seats lucre not filled the audI
cnfi8 thus far have been above the ever
tiRe and with the charming Impres
sion the first offering scored there Is
little doubt that the Iwo renmlnliiK
performances this afternoon and eve
ning will build up a handsome total
Tho attraction Is The lottery Man
a comedy by Mrs Young who wrote
Brown of Harvard and It Is pre
sented In Salt Lake by a strong New
York rompany with William bull
In the part created by Ortl Scott and
Vlla Ogden In the roum nrltteu for
Helen Lowell Ihe well remembered Mis
Hazy of Mrs Wlggs of the Cnbbngo
rato The part of Uzzle In the
present play Is An exact copy of Hazy
and If Miss Ixiwnll got any morn out
of It than Miss Ogden did last night
she must lime satisfied the authoress as
thoroughly as she did the audience
While the part verges on Uie gro
tesque at times It Is Impossible lint to
laugh at the caricature Mr Hosell
Is a breezy bright and taking coniedl
an and he brought all the possibilities
out of the part of this young man who
puts himself up as a prize In a lottery
The absurdities of Ihe piece whose
plot Is almost that or a minlc opera
were well brought out li the support
ing company the principal members
nf whom are Lucia Moore who played
the chummy mother with excellent
iweetimss nnd taste Miss Smite H rrls
who mod an altogether harming her <
Inn and Miss Florence Robertson who
pictured the worldly mother of the day
with faithfulness The pleio was ex
cellently staged nnd Rowr d and while
there urre no great outbursts if en
thusiasm the audience kept up In a
constant ripple of merriment through
out the evening
The engagement rlne tonight after
which the house will remain dark un
til the big opening ovurs with Wit
ton lj ckayn In The Ilattie
Thn orchestra was efficiently con
durted last night bv Prof Ornnem
In the absenon of the reguln louder
nutro Coop who han tAken a hur
ned vacation acres the water
Ornhruni Whll there Is nothing of
startling merit above the nrdln rv
weekly production In the Orpheum
program this wk nn single itt un
less I be Ihe living statu > posing of
the flv Olymplfrs being entitled to
rank as a heAdliner there Is good
variety In the entertainment with now
and then a hearty laugh prodrr
hrown in There are three men and
two women In the Olymplers frnpany
And they are all built Ilkn models
Their posing Is excellent nnd their
subjects striking Some t the more
prominent suhpects presented wm
FlKhtlng nrothers The nace and
Liberty Anna le WhltforJ had an
aeroplane specialty which v as btli
novel and pleasing As a mndei of me
irlnklev girl In several poses she
rlvallnd the original pictures both us
to shapaiinees of form and pnuMty or
costume her loire being acceptabl
and her searchlight and flirting
specIaltieS Wining the crowd With
liens Hankn at the plann with his
famous lefthanded ninputlon of the
Vxtet from Lucia Miss Whltford
has an act that pleases
Pope and Uno the European nov
city consists of an exceedingly well
traIned little black and tan dog and
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ties day cooler t oQh1 j
For SaJt Lake City Generally fair to
night and Wfdnesdav cooler tonight
For 11a Tomght generally fair
cooler In north portion Wednesday
generally fair
Except In the northern Rocky moun
tain region the pressure has fallen over
the entire country The hlRlt pressure
area over Hie east has moved In n
northeasterly direction nnd Is central
this morning over Nova ficotln Tills
chance In pressure resulted In no de
led temperature changes In the
northwest and northern Hock moun
tain region IhO temperatures hive fallen
considerably due to the rapid rise of
the man who roes with I Home of the
work of tic tiny canine In of excep
tional merit and the act was greeted
with a ra deal nf applause cle
ment J Lion gives something really
clever In the line or prestidigitation
producing from apparently nowhere 12
billiard tells and ns mysteriously dis
posing of them To bn able to fall off
four tables Is I fast reserved for the
Mnlrose and Kennedy athletes and
though thn act has been seen here be
fore It created Just as much suspense
as ever among those waltlnrr for the
clown to fall Frank White nnd Lee
Simmons In the blackface character
study The Band Wagon has no
reference In particular to Us title and
for a lonu time Is tiresome Toward
the end however a little life Is In
jected and the finish Is fairly good A
n Duncan ID an artist In ventriloqu
ism but his net partook of the long
drawn out tendency o Home of the
others and people were really relieved
when the ventriloquists bad hoy got
through saying smart things to the
redheaded old woman
The Orpheum orchestra under Prof
Ward Wclhe was up to the usual
high standard und with two amusing
subjects thrown upon time screen by the
pressure in those regions A Ion if
rni lderabln depth lies central over
northern Utah but baa i a used no
r ln Rain has fallen over thn Atlan
tic const ns f sir south as North taro
llnn and In the upper Mississippi val
ley The lowest tvmpnritturd reported
this mornIng wtis I degrM at Shcrl
Iia n Wyo
The wentner will M generally fair In
this vicinity tonight and Wednesday
unit as the pressure rises I will ho
cooler tonight
Tho highest temperaturn was tt II
rrrens yesterday lie mean was 7 de
jrrn which was I degrees below tOe
klnodromn the performance was at an
Stinnett The School lrl Is the
name of the rolllrklnp musical comedy
on the hoiirds at the Shuburt his week
v Ith some new faces In the a the
chorus enlarged to 10 snd the stage
rnttlngs nugumented Tho bill opened
Saturday night to R house filled to
Its rnpaeltv and to Judge from the re
ception the audlenre gate the piece
nlone I Is worth while While there
Is every Mldenen of the pleen having
hnd Its beKlnnlng In Seho Days
Gus Edwards f nturn ait In which
Jeanette Priest made such I hit nt
the Orpheum two seasons ago It lark
no entertaining features from this fsrt
the snowball ecenn too Is I gentle re
minder of The Alaskan However
the piece runs to tuneful songs of the
novelty sort with pretty dressing and
dancing os nrcompatnments Among
the song hits of the performance may
bn mentioned Every Little Move
ment Your Just the Hoy for Jin
and When Your Hair Waft Curly I
can hnrdly be nold that the comedians
were B good as the rest of the per
formers Announcement IH made that
shortly the company Is to he enlarged
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0 Patent leather bcltf red and black shaped and 0
straight regular 75c values for 50i 50 for 350
Elastic MIB i all colors 75c and SO values for
tO 35c I
Vaslu belts assorted designs i 75C and 650 Tallies
for 450 500 values for 35c
tX1 The Sale of Oxfords Continues Mens
n womens and childrens oxfordsvriced lower
titan at any previous sale The footwear
1ll in high grade 0
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Babies at Home
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appeal to you
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has solid wood seat the
tray is adjustable with
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normal The temperaturn during AUK
that thus tAr has been consistently be
low normal about 2 degrees Thn tem
pvrature for the year In date was much
above normal The precipitation for
th month was OK inch which Is 003
Inch below lionnil For the year the
precipitation wets ft SI nchee which la
491 Inches below normal
The sun rote at S am and nil
set it 7 M p m
The moon set at 108 nm nil rise at
O pm and set again at 15 am
of ho 17th
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Finest Band In America Saltlr
this uvetSohtauutlnnal Frullo
additions HUjr settings furnished for Pi
each offering and f funeral scheme of
Improvement adopted for the fall sea
son housn of the company at the Main street
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the history of theatricals In Salt Lake k
by the late John f Lindsay for all
at the Desoret flies Uook Store Price
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