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c = = = THE SALT LAKE HERAL1k IThTJ UNDAY Y7 FEBRUARY 8 1903 0 0c Q 3
I STAKEIN SUIT SUitTAction SUITAction
Action to Recover Mortgage MortgageBonds MortgageBonds MortgagoBonds
Bonds of Harriman Syndicate SyndicattDURKEE S1 SyndicateDURKEE ndiclt ndicltESTATE
DURKEE ESTATE PLAINTIFF PLAINTIFFPASS PLAINTIFFASE PLAINTIFFPASE
PASS ASE IN I WHICH OVER OVER o 55000 ooo ooor
r 000 ISINVOLVED ISINVOLVEDAll IS INVOLVED INVOLVEDAIl
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All the wealth represented In the theHarriman
Harriman system of railroads Is In Involved invohed n nV ¬
volved V lved In a suit entered ellteredysterday ellteredysterdayJDornlng yesterday yesterdaymorning yesterdaymorning
morning In the thefedera federal court The lit litigation lltJgatlon litigatlon ¬
igation is the mostimportant most important ever con considered consIdered considered ¬
sidered in inthe the United States courts of ofUtah ofUtah ofXltah
Utah owing to the enormous interests intereststvhieh Interestsrrhl InerestawhIeh
rrhl tvhieh h enter Into the legal controversy controversyand contrtvers contrtversand
and the vast ast sum threatened by the theaction theaction theaction
action The suit is brought by John JohnA JohnA JohnA
A A Kuykendall as administrator of the theestate theestat theestate
estate estat of Charles Durkee deceased deceasedand deceasedand deceasedand
and the amount at stake is over 55
000000 The defendants to the action actionare actionare actionare
are the officials of the Harriman sys system system systern ¬
tem and the officers of the lines which whicheventually whIcheventually whicheventually
eventually were merged Into what is isnow isnow Isflow
now the Union Un1o Pacific railroad and andthe andthe andthe
the Southern Pacific system systemThe systemThe systemThe
The suit has created a sensation In Inlegal In2egal
legal and railroad circles owing to the themagnitude themagnitUde thexnagnltude
magnitude of the Interests Involved In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the petition It Is stated that Qharles CharlesDurkee QharlesDurkee qharlesDurkee
Durkee was the owner of the first firstmortgage firstmortgage firstmortgage
mortgage bonds issued by the com companies companies cornpanles ¬
panies in the action and it is alleged allegedthat allesedthat allegedthat
that the principal and interest are un unpaid unjaId unsaId ¬
paid althoughthe although the bonds are now due dueAn dueAn dueAn
An accounting of the bonds is asked askedlor askedfor askedfor
for and the complainant asks that a ajudgment a ajUdgment ajudgment
judgment for the full amount be grant granted grantecJ gmated ¬
ed ed by the court courtExecution courtExecution courtExecution
Execution of Mortgages MortgagesUnder MortgagesUnder vIortgagestnder
Under an act of congress approved approvedIn
In July 1865 the West Pacific Rail Railroad RallJ ¬
J road company and the Central Pacific PacificRailway PacificBailway
T Railway company executed and deliv delivered delivered deityered ¬
ered a number of mortgages bearing
dates July 25 5 1865 Jan 1 1S67 Nov
23 1896 and Aug 5 1897 Subsequent Subsequently ¬
ly the Western Pacific a California Californiaroad Californiaroad Californiaroad
road was consolidated with the Cen Central Central Central ¬
tral Pacific Tne Th first named road ex executed exCuted exccutd ¬
ecuted a llrst mortgage bond dated datedJuly datedJUly datedJuly
July 1 1869 for 2735000 and maturing
July 1899 frith lth 6 per cent interest interestpayable interestpayable Interestpayable
payable in gold The Central Pacific Pacificrailroad Pacificrallroad Pacificrailroad
railroad executed a mortgage to secure secureIts secureits secureIts
Its first mortgage bonds dated July 25
1865 for the sum of 6378000 due Dec DecI
1 1899 The Central Pacific railroad of ofCalifornia ofCalifornia ofCalifornia
California executed e ecuted a mortgage to tose tosecure se secure secure ¬
cure Its first mortgage bonds bond dated datedJan datedJan datedJan
Jan 1 1867 for the sum of 19503000 19503000due 19503000due 19503000due
due In June 1901 series E of the bonds bondsfalling bondsfalling bondsfalling
falling due in June 1900 and series G GH GH GB
H and I falling due In 1901 as stated statedand statedand statedand
and all bearing 6 per cent Interest The Theprincipal Theprinrlpal Theprincipal
principal and interest on the bonds re remain remaIn remain ¬
main unpaid unpaidDurkee unpaidDurkee
l Durkee Bought BondsThe BondsThe Bonds BondsThe
The petitioner peUt oner states that Charles CharlesDurkee CharlesDurkee CharlesDurhee
Durkee in his life bought owned and andcontrolled andcontrolled andcontrolled
controlled all of the first mortgage mortgagebonds mortgagebonds mortgagebonds
bonds secured by the mortgages equal equalto eq al alto
to the amount of the United States Statesgovernment Statesgovtrnment Statesgovernment
government subsidy bonds namely
28616000 with 6 per cent interest due duethirty duethIrty duethirty
thirty years after date that the said
bonds bon s are due both principal and In Interest interest interest ¬
terest and unpaid to the estate of ofCharles ofCharles ofCharles
Charles Durkee deceased deceasedThe deceasedThe deceasedThe
The petitioner further states that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Central Pacific Railroad company companyof
of California executed a mortgage of
Nov 23 1896 189 to cover the extension of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Central Pacific extension first firstmortgage firstmortgage firstmortgage
mortgage bonds series E which dis discloses discloses discloses ¬
closes the fact that William E Bar Barron Barron Barron
ron one of the trustees in the first firstmortgage firstmortgage firstmortgage
mortgage was deceased and that tha D DO
O Mills one on of df the trustees uhder the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first mortgage bonds and Ogden Mills Millswere MilIsWf Millswere
Wf were > re made trustees under the mort mortgage mortgage inortgage ¬
gage of November 1896 The company
It Is set forth executed a mortgage to tothese tothese
these trustees Aug 5 1897 1897It 1891It 1897It
It is charged In the complaint that thatthese thatthese thatthese
these trustees with Charles H Tweed TweedIsaac TweedIsaac TweedIsaae
Isaac E Gates Maxwell Evarts H E EHuntington EHuntington EHuntington
Huntington and the officials of the fol following following 101lowing ¬
lowing railroad corporations the West Western Western Westera ¬
ern and Central Pacific of California Californiathe
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the Central Pacific of Utah the Southern South Southern Southem ¬
ern em Pacific Railroad company the theSouthern theSouthern theSouthern
Southern Pacific of Kentucky and the theCentral theCentral theCentral
Central Trust company of New York Yorkhave Yorlthave Yorkhave
have knowledge and have been parties partiesto
4 to the various schemes devices manip manipulations manipulations manipulatlons ¬
ulations combinations transfers and andsales andsales andsales
sales and the various incorporations incorporationsof
of the various companies for the pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose of defeating the payment of the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first mortgage bonds given by the com companies companies companics ¬
panies of Ca1fornIa CaliforniaBonds Ca1fornIaBonds Ca1forniaBonds
Bonds in Mills Iills Hands HandsIt
It Is further charged that the par parties parties parties ¬
ties named In the action by contracts contractsand contractsand contractsand
and by b stipulation with the United UnitedStates UnitetlStates UnitedStates
States government officials have suc succeeded succeeded sueceeded ¬
ceeded in placing all of the first mort mortgage mortgag mortgage ¬
gage > bonds in lathe the hands of D O Mills Millsthe lIfUsthp Millsthe
the trustee named under the said mort mortgage mortgage
gage gageThe gageThe gageThe I
The petitioner therefore prays that thatTHEORIES thatr thatTHEORIES thatTHEORIES
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THEORIES ABOUT CATARRH CATARRHPeculiar CATARRHPeculiar CATARRHPeculiar
Peculiar Ideas Regarding a Common CommonDisease CommonDisease CommonDisease
Disease DiseaseMark DiseaseMark
1 Mark Twains cure for a cold in the thehead thehead thebead
head was simple but he claims very veryeffective veryeffective veryeffective
effective in his own case his plan was wasto wasto wasto
to eat nothing whatever for twenty twentyfour twentytour twentyfour
four hours or presumably until the thetrouble thetrouble thetrouble
trouble had disappeared disappearedAlthough disappearedAlthough disappearedAlthough
Although not able to speak spe k from per personal personal personai ¬
sonal experience as to the effective effectiveness effectiveness effectiveness ¬
ness of this treatment it certainly has hasthe hasthe hasthe
the merit of extreme economy but it itoccurs Itocurs itoccurs
occurs tq us that the application of it itto Itto itto
to a case of nasal catanrh might be beattended beattended beattended
attended with difficulties difficultiesCatarrh difficultiesCatnrrh difficultiesCatarrh
Catarrh as everyone knows is a achronic achronic l lchronic
chronic cold in the head and Mr ilrTwains MrTwains MrTwains
Twains treatment if i it should Become Becomea
a fad wQuld make of us a nation of offasters oftasters oftasters
tasters an army emulating the exam example example exampie ¬
ple of the immortal Tanner who whoachieved whoachieved whoachieved
achieved worldwide fame by fasting
forty days daysCatarrh daysCatarrh daysatarrh
Catarrh is certainly becoming a na national national national ¬
tional disease and there is little doubt doubttout doubtbut doubtbut
but that errors in diet particularly particularlyovereating particularlyovpreaUng particularlyovereating
overeating is a very common cause causeMost causeMost causeMost
Most people p ople however are more in interested Interested interested ¬
terested in the cure of the trouble than thanIn thanIn thanin
In the cause and modern medical medicalBcience mediC2lclence medicalgclenee
Bcience has produced more effective and andless andJess andless
less heroic l1erofcremedies remedies than Mr Twains TwainsHydrastin TwainsHydrasUn TwainsHydrasUn
HydrasUn Is a new remedy very veryef veryeffecthe ef effectlve effectire
fectlve In Some forms or 0 Catarrh Red RedGum RedGum RedGum
Gum Is another which on account of ofits OfUs ofIts
its antiseptic anUs pUc properties Is verv very ver val valuable valuable valnable ¬
uable while many severe cases of ofChronic orChronic o oChronic
Chronic Catarrh have been entirely entirelycured entirelyured entirelyured
ured by the sanguinaria or extract extrncof extrncofBlood of ofBlood ofBlood
Blood Root alone aloneWithin aloneVIthln aloneWithIn
Within a year earan an enterprising chem chemist chemIst them1st ¬
ist has combined all of these remedies remediesin temecliesi
I in tablet form palatable and conve conveent conveJ1h conved
i d J1h nient > nt and the superiorIty of thIs tablet tabletovpr tabletover
over other catarrh remedies 1s so appar apparent
I ent that all druggists now carry them themin themIn themIn
in stock to supply the popular demand demandThey demandThey demandThey
They are called Stuarts Catarrh Tab ¬
lets and it is doubtful If any medicine medicinehas 1nedlcinehus medicinebus
has achieved a national popularity in inBO inso inso
so short a a time as this thisStuartsCatarrh thisStuart thisStuarts
StuartsCatarrh Stuart Catarrh Tablets are used by
thousands of traveling men because becausethey becausethpy becausethey
they can canbe be carried in the pocket and andused andUSEd andused
used any time and in any quantity quantitybring
bring free from Cocaine opiate or any anypoisonous anypoisonous anypoisonous
poisonous drug drugThey drugThe drugThey
They The clear the head and throat from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the > disgusting secretions of catarrh catarrhvery catarrhVEr catarrhvery
very VEr often In a few f hours time timeFor timeFor timePor
For nasal Catarrh they are far supe superior superIor supenor ¬
rior nor to any wash lotion or ointment ointmentthe ointmentthe ointmentthe
the use of which is often as Inconven Inconvenient inconvenIent inconvenlent ¬
ient and annoying as the disease itself itselfFor JtselfFor ItselfFor
For coughs colds bronchial catarrh catarrhand cAtarrhand catarrhand
and catarrh of stomach these tablets tabletsgive tabletgive tabletsgive
give Immediate relief and a permanent permanentcure
cure where lotions douches and Inhal Inhalers InhalerR inhalers ¬
ers make > no impression whatever whateverThis whatpprThIs whateverThis
This preparation Is a boon to catarrh
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the thetiefend defendants nts be compelled d to io ± o render rendera re d da
a sworn statement and niake a fulltand fulltandperfect mu1landperfect
perfect accounting of o themoney the money and andbonds andbonds d dbonds
bonds in their hands ha ds or under theircontrol their theircontrol theircontrol
control or that come to their knowl knowledge kriowIedge knowledge ¬
edge known as the first mortgage mortgagebonds mortgagebonds mortgagebonds
bonds on the Western Central Pacific PacificRailroad PacIficRaIlroad PacificRailroad
Railroad company of California being beingmortgages beIngmortgages beingmortgages
mortgages on the roadbed telegraph telegraphlines teI telraphlines Jraph JraphJines
lines and all its franchises and that thatupon th thatupon t tupon
upon a final hearing hearlngthIs this court mr mi mtad mtadcree = de decree decree
cree that at the time of the dedth de d i th 1 of ofCharles ofCharles ofCharles
Charles Durkee June 14 1870 he h ntas ntasthe vas vasthe
the sole owner in his own right of all allthe aJlthe allthe
the first tlrstmortgnge mortgage bonds on the prop property property property ¬
erty named to the extent of and equal equalto
to the amount of the goverpment bonds bondsnamely bondshan1elY bondsmely
namely mely 28616000 616OOO with 6 per cent in interest Interest interest ¬
terest from the date of the Issue of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bonds payable in gold and the pe petition petltlot petitiozfer ¬
tition titiozfer r prays pra s the court to name a a day dayupon dayu dayupon
upon u On which the sum shall be paid or a ajudgment a ajudgment ajudgment
judgment rendered render d in favor of the ad administrator adminIstrator adxninistrator ¬
ministrator John A Kuykendall KuykendallForeclosure KUYkendallForeclos KuykendallPoreclosure
Foreclosure Foreclos e of Mortgages MortgagesIn
In the second action a similar pelt petition peUtIon pelttion ¬
tion Is made for a foreclos foreclosure e of mort mortgages mottgages mortgages ¬
gages against the Union Pacific com company company coinpany ¬
pany The defendants in this action actionare actnare c n nare
are the Union Pacific Railroad com company companyF cornpanyF ¬
pany panyF F Gordon Dexter Oliver Ames AtneUnion
Union Pacific Railroad company of ofUtah ofUtah ofUtah
Utah E H Harriman W D Cornish CornishWInslow CornIshWinslow CornishWinslow
WInslow S Pierce Chauncev M De Depew Depew Depew
pew Marvin Hewitt John F Dillon
George J Gould Louis Fitzgerald FitzgeraldAlva FitzgeraldAlva FitzgeraldAlva
Alva W Krelcht Alex A ex Millar Jacob JacobSchiff Jco JcoSchif JEtcobSchfffT
Schiff SchfffT T Jefferson Coolidge jr Kuhn KuhnLoeb KuhnLoeb KuhnLoeb
Loeb Co J Pierpont Morgan MorganSouthern MorganSouthern MorganSouthern
Southern Pacific company company of Ken Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky ¬
tucky Southern Pacific Railroad com company company cornpany ¬
pany The Mercantile Trust company
The Northwestern Trust company the theSioux theSioux i iSioux
Sioux City Pacific Central Railroad Railroadcompany Railroadcompany i
company companyIn
In this action the complainant is thesame thesame the thesame I
same and the same charges are made madethat madethat madethat
that the officials are in collusion to toavoid toavoid toavoid
avoid the payment of the first mort mortgage mortgage mortgage ¬
gage bonds These bonds It Is alleged allegedhave allegedhave j
have through the decrees of the court courtbeen courtbeen courtbeen
been delivered Into the hands of W WD WD V VD
D Cornish C rnlsh vice president of two tw of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Harriman systems and a master masterIn i iIn
In chancery hancer of the circuit court of ofOmaha ofOmaha ofOmaha
Omaha These mortgages it is claimed claimedbelonged claimedbelonged claimedbelonged
belonged to Charles Durkeeand Durkee and they theyare the theare theyare
are now due and unpaid unpaidWas unpaIdWas unpaidWas
Was the Sole Owner OvnieivThe OwnerThe OwnerThe
The petitioner states that Durkee Durkeewas Durkefwas Durkeewas
was sole owner of all the first mort mortgage mortgage mortgage ¬
gage bondson bonds ion the roadbed and fran franchise franchise j
chise of the Union Pacific and all of ofIts ofits I Iits
its branches to the extent equal to the theamount theamount i iamount
amount of the government subsidy
bonds bonds2722900oand 27229000 and the interest from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the date of issue of the said bonds bondsThe bondsThe bondsThe
The court is asked to make the same samedisposition samedisposition samedisposition
disposition as in the first case caseAs caseAs caseAs
As in the preceding action the bonds bondsare bondsare i iare
are due thirty thlrt years from from date of Is Issue Issue issue
sue but neither principal pri cipal nor interest interesthas Interesthas interesthas I
has been paid paidof paidThese paidThese
These Sultsarc suits are a sequel to a series serlesof
of similar suits to recover the same sameinterests sameInterests sameinterests
interests The he suit was brought broughtagainst broughtagainst broughtagainst
against the government and a Cali California California Cullforula ¬
fornia syndicate was organized to toprosecute toprosecute toprosecute
prosecute the claims The case was wasthrown wasthrown wasthrown
thrown out of the courts at that time timeThe timeThe timeThe
The complainant was the same as in inthe inthe inthe
the present action actionCharles actionCharJes actionCharles
Charles Durkee was the sixth gov governor governor governor ¬
ernor of Utah arriving In Salt Lake LakeIn Lakein Lakein
In October 1865 succeeding Governor GovernorDoty GovernorDoty GovernorDoty
Doty He completed his term of of office office offlee ¬
fice In 1869 returning to the east He Hedied Heled Heqled
died < led in 1870 1870Communicated 1870I 1870First
I Communicated CommunicatedTirst t tt tFirst
t
First and Fifteenth FifteenthTo FIfteenthTo
To The Salt Lake Herald HeraldWill Heraldill HeraldWill
Will ill you kindly kind state In your our editorial editorialdepartment editorialdepartment editorialdepartment
department whether the United States Statestransports Statestran Statestransports
transports tran ports still leave San Francisco for forthe forthe forthe
the Philippines on the 1st and 15th as asthey asthe asthey
they the did some months ago or has the theservice theservice theservice
service been cut down to one sallipg on onthe onthe onthe
the 1st of every month as was talked of ofYour ofYour ofYour
Your information will be greatly appre appreciated apprecIated appreciated ¬
ciated by a READER READERSalt READERSalt READERSalt
Salt Lake Feb 6 6Powder 6Powder 6p 6Powder
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Powder Monkey onkey on HynnTo Hynn PlynriTo ElyI i iTo
To The Salt Lake Herald HeraldI HeraldIread
I Iread read in your paper of the the 4th instthe instthereflection Inst nst thereflection the thereflection
reflection cast on the th poorpawder poor PQ pQwder der mon monkey monke monkey ¬
key ke about his being too ignorant to todo todo todo
do anything else but pack powder Now NowSf NowJ Iowit
Sf J William McKinley Flynn had ever everpacked everpacked everpacked
packed powder he would know something somethingabout somethingabout somethingabout
about it or if he wished to learn some something something something ¬
thing about it he should come out and andfollow andfollow
follow the powder monkey around In Inthe 1nthe inthe I
the performance of his duty dut forlust for lust one oneday oneda oneday
day da But perhaps Mr Flynn is like the theIrishman theIrishman theIrishman
Irishman who was heard talking to him himself himself ¬
self and was asked the reason rea on He re relied replied replied ¬
plied lied that one reason reas raison on was that he always alwaysiked alwa alwaysliked s sliked
liked to talk to an intelligent man and andthe andtho andthe
the Qther reason was that he always alwaysliked a1w alwaysliked ys ysliked
liked to t hear an intelligent man talk talkFIVE talkFIVE talkFIVE
FIVE YEARS A POWDER MONKEY MONKEYBingham 110NKEYBingham MONKEYBingham
Bingham Canyon Feb C CTne GThe 6The
The Canal Merger MergerTo
To The Salt Lake Herald HeraldYour lIeraldYOUr heraldYour
Your article of yesterday esterda May Fail FallBack FailBack FailBack
Back on the Merger Plan PlanStockholders PlanStockholdersFavor Stockholders StockholdersFavor tocknoldersFavor
Favor Utah Lake Scheme But Officers OfficersOppose OffIcersOpposeputs OfficersOpposeputs
Oppose Opposeputs puts the blame of the failure of ofthe Ofthe 0fthe
the merger where it belongs belongsIn
In my conversation with a hundred or orso orso orso
so shareholders In the four canals who whowere whowere whowere
were not officers I have failed to talk talkwith taUwith talkwith
with one who could not see the benefits benelltsto
to be derived from the merger The fail failure failure tallure ¬
ure of the mercer of three canals rests
almost entirely upon the president of the theKast thoEast theEast
East Jordan Irrigation company J W WW WV IVIV
eompanci
W V Fitzgerald who I am satisfied satisfIei ci would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not be sustained by the stockholders ot othis othis othis
his company many of whom are in arms armsat armgat armsat
at his action tt vice president pr sldent of tnt tnecomoany tntcompany Inccomnany
company N A Nelson who ravOr Che Chegovernment hu huft hegovernment
ft government Vt ejr proposition pofA n stating ngei that f1 Jf Jfarrangement If Ifhe Ifhe I
he had voted against such u a beneficent beneficentarrangement beneficentarrangement
arrangement as the e merger that he would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have been ashamed to look his children childrenIn
In the face faceThe faceThe faceThe
The officers of the East Jordan Irriga Irrigation IrrIgation Irrigation ¬
tion company who whovotd voted against the themerger themerger themerger
merger state that they did it for private privatereasons prlvatreasons privatereasons
reasons It Is well understood that they theynow theynow theynow
now stand in the way of the greatest greatestpublic greatestpublic greatestpublic
public benefit that thatc could uld happen to this thiscounty thiscounty thiscounty
county for private reasons reasonsThe reasonsThe reasonsThe
The thanks of the people generally enerall are aregiven areIdven aregiven
given to Colonel Coon 1 E F Holmes HoTmes for his hisunselfish hIsunselfish hisunselfish
unselfish actions to benefit Salt Lake LakeCity LlkeCity LakeCity
City and the farmers f of llmkii Salt Lake county countyCANAL countyCNAL Y Ye YTHE
CANAL tiLO STOCKHOLDER STOCKHOLDERTHE STOCKHOLDERTHE iJM
e
THE VALUE OF CHARCOAL CHABCOAIiPew CHARCOALFew CHARCOALew
Pew ew People Knbvr XnowHow Xn w JIow Useful It Is IsIn IsIn IsIn
In Preserving Health He 1th and Beauty BeautyNearly 13eautyNearly BeautyNearly
Nearly everybody knows that char charcoal charcoal charcoal ¬
coal is the safest and most efficient dis disinfectant disinfectant disInfectant ¬
infectant and purifier in nature but butfew butfew butfew
few realize its value when taken Into Intothe intothe intothe
the human system for the same cleans cleansIng cleanslag I
0
Ing purpose purposeCharcoal purposeCharcoal I
Charcoal is a a remedy that the more moreyou moreyou moreyou 1
you take of It the better it Is not a adrug adrug adrug
drug at all but simply absorbs the thegases thegases thegases
gases and Impurities always present In Inthe Inthe inthe
the stomach and intestines and carries carriesthem carriesthem carriesthem
them out of the system systemCharcoal sStemCharcoal systemCharcoal
Charcoal sweetens the breath after aftersmoking aftersmoking aftersmoking I
smoking drinking or after eating on onions onions onions ¬
ions and other odorous vegetables vegetablesCharcoal vegetablesCharcoal egetnblesCharcoal
Charcoal effectually clears and Im Improves1 ImproveS unproveS ¬
proveS the complexion it whitens the theteeth theteeth theteeth
teeth and further acts as a natural and andeminently andeminently andeminently
eminently safe cathartic catharticIt
It absorbs the injurious gases which whichcollect whichcotlect whichcollect
collect in the stomach and bowels it itdisinfects ItdisInfects Itdisinfeets
disinfects the mouth and throat from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the poison of catarrh catarrhAll catarrhAll catarrhAlt
All druggists sell charcoal in one oneform oneform oneform
form or another but probably the best bestcharcoal bestcharcoal bestcharcoal
charcoal and the most for the money moneyIs
Is in Stuarts Absorbent Ix Lozenges > zenges they theyare theyare theyare
are composed of the finest powdered powderedwillow powderedwillow powderedwillow
willow charcoal and other harmless harmlessantiseptics harmlessantiseptics harmlessantiseptics
antiseptics in tablet form or rather ratfierin
in the form of large pleasant tasting tastinglozenges tastinglozenges tastinglozenges
lozenges the t1 charcoal being mixed with withhoney withhoney withhoney
honey honeyThe honeyThe honeyThe
The dally use of these lozenges will willsoon willsoon willsoon
soon tell in a mach improved condition conditionof
of the general health better b tter complex complexion ¬
ion sweeter breath breathand and purer blood bloodand bloodan bloodand
and an the beauty of It is that no possible possibleharm possIbleharm possibleharm
harm can result from their continued continueduse
use but on the contrary great benefit benefitA
A Buffalo physician in speaking of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the benefits of charcoal says I ad advise advtse advise ¬
vise Stuarts Absorbent Lozenges to all allpatients allpatients allpatients
patients suffering from gas gas in stomach stomachand stomachand stomachand
and bowels and toclear the complex complexion ¬
ion and purify the breath mouth and andthroat andthroat andthroat
throat I also believe the liver is isgreatly Isgreatly isgreatly
greatly benefited by the daily use of ofthsm ofthm ofthfm
thsm they theycost cost but 25 centsa box at atdrug atdrug atdrug
drug stores and although In some somesense somesenses somesense
sense senses a patent preparation yet I be believe belIeVe beIleve ¬
lieve I get more and better charcoal ehar oal in inStuarts inStuarts inStuarts
Stuarts Absorbent Lozenges than In fnany Inany Inany
any of the ordlnar1 ordlnar1charcoal ordinaiy charcoal tablets
1 lco COURT UT DOCKETS DOCKETSARE DOCKETSARE 3C KETS KETSARECONGESTED
ARE ARECONGESTED ARECONGESTEDJudges CONGESTED CONGESTEDJudges
Judges About 1500 Cases Be Behind Behipp Behipd
hind on on onTheir Their Calendars CalendarsANOTHER Calendart CalendarsANOTHERDI7ISION
c cAHOTHEIf
t
ANOTHER ANOTHERDI7ISION DIVISION DIJISIOf NEEDED NEEDEDNEW HEtDED NEEDEDNEw
1 1NEW
NEW JUSTICE JUSTI E OF PEACE LAW LAWCOMPLICATES LAWCOJPLICATES LAWCOMPLICATBS
COMPLICATES MATTERS MATTERSThere TTERS TTERSThere ERS ERSThere
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There 18 is such a congested condition conditionof ondlti n nof
of cases In thethree th the three divisions of the
Third judicial district court that it
bespeaks prolonged exasperating exasper xasperitt1n Ung ce celays celays e elays
lays In the administering ajIminist ring of justice justiceThe justiceThe JusticeThe
The dockets are ar loaded down with withabout withabout withabout
about 1500 actions which will m take takemore takemore takemore
more than two years to try if allof allofthem all of ofthem ofthem
them were submitted at once oneeto to tojudges tojudgesand jud judes judesand es esand
and juries for settlement settlementThere settlementThere settlementThere
There is no apparent or immediate immediaterelief immedIaterelief Immediaterelief
relief in sight and those who hae haegiven haegiven hashgiven
given given the matter any consideration are arehoping arehoping arehoping
hoping against hope for the sake sakejusticeS of ofjustice pCjustice
justice that Another nother Judge may tna be add added added added ¬
ed to the judicial force If something sometfiinjris sometliinIs
is not done to relieve the congested congestedcondition Congestedcondition congestedcondition
condition the calendars of the three threedivisions threedivisions
divisions of the he court co U rt will remain in intheir intheIr Intheir
their present status for an inter interminable interminable interminable ¬
minable length of time timeProbate timeProbate tljneProbate
Probate Matters Not Included IncludedThe IncludedThe
The 1500 cases now now waiting trial do donot donot 10not
not include the probate matters whirh whirhaccumulate whi wliihaccumulate h haccumulate
accumulate as the th county grows and andwhich andwhich mdwhich
which have assumed such proportions proportionsas proportl ns nsas
as to necessitate necessitatcJudJi Judge Hall giving givingthem tiv givipgthem m mthem
them his undivided attention at least Uastone leastone tst tstone
one day a week Were rere they th added add t to tothe t tthe tothe
the actions of law equity Jind and nd the thecriminal thecrimInal thecriminal
criminal cases the total number would wouldbe wouldbe Vortldbe
be several hundred more moreThe moreThe moreThe
The future Is still more morecl clouded ud d by bythe IJ IJthe bythe
the operation operati n of the new law Jakt a1tIsuits s ssuits i isuits
suits for formor more than 510 10 damages damn s frfem frfemthe rrbnthe frjnthe
the court of the justice justithofthe ofthe P IJf Pettie Pettieand fte fteand i iand
and making it necessary tofile ite itecomplaint IL ILcomplaint
complaint in the district court co rt Since Sincethat ine inenew zncethat
that new law went wehtlnto Into effect petty pettyand i1eUand etty ettyand
and semispite suits involving xt very verysmall pfy pfysmaIJ ry rysmall
small sums or money money have been filed filedby filedby
by the dozen with the clerk of the thecourts thecourts thecourts
courts In many instances the th filing fiHn of ofa ofa
a complaint is used to toInUfuidt intimidate intlin idate the thedefendant thedefendant thedefendant
defendant and force a settlement In Inotherinstances Inotherinstances
otherinstances other Instances the cases are awaiting awaitingtrial awaitIngtrIal awaitingtrial
trial trialThere trIalThere trialThere
There are only three judges in the theThird theThird
Third division and their Jurisdiction Jurisdictionincludes jurisdictionincludes Jurisdictionincludes
includes Summit and Tooele counties countiesWhile countlfsVhiIe countiesWhile
While Judge Morse H i < 3 now holding holdingcourt boldin boldincourt holdingcourt
court on Tooele county the cases on onhis unhis enhis
his docket are awaiting trial Through Throughhis Throu h hhis
his being compelled to t go into those thosetwo thostwo thosetwo
two counties the Mary Jane Smith Smithcase Smithcase Smithcase
case the Dr Payne murder trial and andother ant antoth andother
other oth r actions of a criminal nature are arecompelled arecompelled arecompelled
compelled to wait And in the moan moantime mlantime meantime
time new cases are being tiled for forrecord forrecord forrecord
record and trial at an alarming rate iateApparently tat tatApparently rateApparently
Apparently No Belief Bellefin in n Sight SightTo
To show the congested condition of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the courts cot co rt It is only necessary to state statethat sUltethat statethat
that it would take the three judges judgesin
in this division Jf they theydlsposeJ disposed of one onecase onecase onecase
case a day a year consisting of SCO SCOdays iCOda C0 C0days
days da s just about two years years to clean cteanup cleanup < Ifanup
up the docket And in the meantime meantimethe
the docket would be filling up with new newcases newcasES newcases
cases casesIt casESIt casesIt
It would be Impossible for ojohe or thejudges thejudgesto the jll judges judgesto ges gesto
to dispose of on an average > one oneNlSe oneNlSea case casea
a day Some of the cases require vetks vetksand veksand k9 k9and
and months to settle The electrical electricalcase eleerlealcase lec lcal lcalcase
case now under advisement by Judge JudgeMorse JldgeMorse JudgeMorse
Morse was on trial before him eight eightweeks p1 eightweeks ht htweeks
weeks another case of recent trial be before before before ¬
fore another judge occupied his At Attention tt tttentlon t ttention ¬
tention for six weeks But could the thejudges thejudges he hejudges
judges average three cases a day he between hel hetween ¬
tween l ween themand them and should no more cases casesbe casesb casesbe
be b e filed filedafter after today it would take tLltetll the thejudges thejudges
judges about two years to outerIhe outerIhedecree eut enter i Thedecreen the thedecree I
decree decreen An the last l t action acUonfiIed filed with wi h the theclerk ther thecierk
clerk 4ofthe r e courts yesterday aftar aftarnoon sIt ft IF IFnoon
noon 0
Another An ther Judge Is Required RequiredWith RequiredWith RequiredWith
With limitation placed laced upon the jus justice justlce Justice ¬
tice of the peace court which places placesan I
an extra burden upon the district districtcourts districtcourts districtcourts
courts and the additional number of ofactions ofacti ofactions
actions acti 1s growing out of the t1 e Increasing Increasingpopulation increasingpopulation increasingpopulation
population of the city and county count it itwill itivili I IwIll
will soon place the district judges in inthe inthe inthe I
the position of being torced to either eitherask eitherask eitherask
ask the legislature for another judge judgeor
or hold court twelve hours out of every everytwentyfour everytwentyfour everytwentyfour
twentyfour on every day excepting exceptingholidays exceptinghoUdays exceptingholidays
holidays in the hope of catching up upwith upwith upwith
with their calendars calend rsin in the dim and anddistant anddIstant anddistant
distant future futureIt
It would be possible to bring every everyone everyone ery eryone
one of the almost 1500 cases now on onfile onftle onfile
file to issue within the next feW days daysIn daysIn daysIn
In that event it would take all of oftwo oftwo oftwo
two years for the judges to dispose disposeof
of them and nd cases filed in the th interim interimwould Interimwould interimwould
would have to wait about twentyfour twentyfourmonths twentyfourmonths twentyfourmonths
months before they could become at atissue atIssue atIssue
issue and a date dat set set for their th Ir hear hearing hearIng hearing ¬
ing
SUPREME COURT COU T MEET MONDAY MONDAYMorgan MONDAYMorgan fONDAYNorgan
Morgan and Campbell Cases Only OnlyCriminal OnlyCriminal OnlyCriminal
Criminal Ones on Docket DocketThere DocketThere
There are only criminal cases on tne tnecalendar tnecalendar tnecalendar
calendar of the February term of the thestate thestate thestate
state supreme court which convenes convenesMonday convenesMonday convenesMonday
Monday morning at 10 oclock The Theremainder Theremainder
remainder of actions consist of points pointsat I
at law and equity questions questionsThe questionsThe questionsThe
The two criminal cases are re those of ofJames ofJamEs I
James Morgan and E S Campbell CampbellThey CampbellThey CampbellThey
They have been found guilty of tak taking takIng taklag ¬
ing human life The verdicts of the thedistricts thedistricts thedistricts
districts courts and the sentence of ofthe ofthe ofthe I
the trial judge are appealed from fromMorgan fromlIorgatt fromMorgan
Morgan is serving a life term and andCampbell andCampbell andCampbell
Campbell was sentenced to six years yearsMorgan yearsMorgan yearsMorgan j
Morgan was tried in Cache county countyby opuntyb
by b Judge JudgeC C H Hart having secured secureda
a change of venue from Box Elder Eldercounty El Eldercounty er ercoun6
county where the crime crimethe the killing killingof
of the sheriff sheriffwas was committed He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was tried in September 1901 and was wasfound wasfound wasfound
found guilty of ofniurder murderin in the second seconddegree seconddegr seconddegree
degree degr e The he judge sentenced him for forlife forlife forlife
life lifeCampbell Campbell was s tried t at Price Car Carbon Carbon Carhon ¬
bon county He was arrested on an aninformation anInformation aninformation
information charging him with murder murderin
in in the second degree degreethe the shooting of ofJohn ofJohn
John Selman In Grand county on onMarch oiiMarch
March 29 1901 The man died the next nextday n nextday xt xtday
day The Jury brought In a verdict verdictof
of manslaughter and Judge Jacob JacobJohnson JacobJohnson
Johnson sentenced him to the peniten penitentiary penitentiary penitentiary ¬
tiary for six years yearsThe yearsThe
The other case which will be argued arguedMonday arguedMonday
Monday in the supreme court will be beAnn bean
an appeal from Judge W C Hail HailAnn
Ann M H Chadd vs George Moser m oer er et etal etal etal
al appellants appellantsFannie appellantsPannie
Fannie McDonald Secures Divorce DivorceJudge DivorceJudge
Judge Hall only granted one divorce divorceyesterday divorceyesterday divorceyesterday
yesterday It was the caseof Fannie FannieMcDonald FannieMcDonald
McDonald against ag lnstJohn John McDonald McDonaldDesertion MeDOnalDesertion
Desertion and nonsupport were the thecharges thecharges
charges brought broughtFeet broughtFeet broughtFeet
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Right at atThis atThis
This Store StoreNo
No N guesswork with us usYoure usYouresure usyouresure youre youresure
sure of foot comfort when we weget weget weget
get through with you Just now nowwe nowwe nolvwe
we are showing s owing some very hand handsome handsome handsome ¬
some and practical Street Boots Bootsfor Bootsfor Bootsfor
for men m n and women at
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1 Special to The Herald HeraldWashington Heraldt erald eraldWashiIgton
j t Washington Ieb X ttThe The TheGrlduon TheGrlduonub Gridiron Gridironclub Gridironlub
club lub ub gave gave the second sec ndand and last of oI its itsdinners itsdinners
dinners dl mers for fofthe the season s si s n n last astweek week Durr Durring Dur Durlng DurJag
Jag the long longsesslons jessions sessions of congress cortgress the theclub theclUb theclub
club gives 1 four r dinners but only Iily two twoduring twoduring twoduring
during theshort th short session The Brillian Brilliancy qinUan qinUanc lillIan lillIanCy ¬
cy c of the event quite contradicted the thestatement thestatement theStatement
statement that has basrccenU hasreeentlybeen recently been made madeto inade inadeto madeto
to the effect that the wit of the clubs dubsmanagement clubsmanagement clubsmanagement
management is becoming bicomiI stale rand randmoth and andmoth and150th
moth eaten It has been bruited about aboutthat aboutthat
that the younger members would be lieSlad beglad beglad
I glad to see a few of f the inner ten who whoarrange whoarrange whoarrange
arrange the programmes and the themenus themenus themenus
menus retired The young ones want wanta
a chance chan themselves It is said too
that half the men in the club are not notbona notbona notbonn
bona fide telegraphic cbrresporidents corresPOI1d nts
that some are not even correspondents correspondentsat correspondentsat
at all While this may be true to tea a cer c r ¬
lain extent inasmuch as many of o the themembers themembers themembers
members who came in as correspond correspondents c correpondeflts rreJpo d dents ¬
ents have since been chosen for goyern government goyernent goyernment ¬
ment ent offices still each holds his meat mem ¬
bership by right of his previous previousservice previousserviceon service serviceon
on the press pressThe precsI pressThe
The most interesting feature of the theevening theevenIQg theevening
evening was the theinltiation initiation of two new newmembers newm newmernbers
I members m bers to the club These hvse were
brought bro ght in by bya a party masqueradingas masqueradingascowboys rnasq niasqueradjngascowbrys radlngas
1 cowboys and rough ro rl1 riders who led I d in
their victims atthe at l e endof end d of a lariat
This featurewasgotten feature W3Sg0tte1 up for the edi ¬
fication of President Roosevelt who
however failed to come because of a apreviousengagement aprcvIous a apreviousengagernent
previousengagement prcvIous engageII1ent to dine with the thesecretary thesecretary thesecreta
secretary secreta of the navy The Th dinner lnner giv given given glvOfl ¬
en by Mr Moodytothepresident lIoodytO Moody tothe the president and andcabinet andcabil1et andcabinet
cabinet was made strikingly striklnglybrilIfant striklnglybrilIfantby brilliant brilliantby
by the Jong lines offmarines ofr arlnes in and andabout andabout
about the New Willard where the sec secretary 5ecretary seerotary ¬
retary has his manage m nage this season seasonA reasonA easonA
A Neglected d Grave GraveThe GraveThe GravePlie
The grave of John Paul Jones the
founder of the American navy lies in ina Ina Ina
a weedgrown and andnegJe negjected < tedgrayeard graveyard gmyeardin
in the midst of one of the poorest and andmost nd ndmost namost
most wretched tenement quarters of
Paris Yet we do not consider ourselves ourselvesan ours hes hesan
an ungrateful nation Jones died in
1792 and was buried buriedin in a a little Protest Protestant Protestant ¬
ant cemetery near the Rue de la
Grange then in the suburbs of Paris
The cemetery was closed the following followingyear f0l10Wingyear followingyear
year and the exact location of the grave gravewas gravewas gravewas
was lost Several years ago however
its identity was ivas vaspositlvey positively established establishedbut
but the government has done nothing
toward having the body bocl brought to this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country countryWith countryWIth S SWith
With his thirst for the latest in sci science science sd sdence ¬
ence art or letters Unc1ecSam Uncle Sam has dis discovered discovered discovered ¬
covered a physician by whose aidhe
intends to clean out the prisons of the thecountry thecountry theCOufltry
country Special Director Arthur Mac
Donald Don ld of the board o ot education is ex experimenting experlmentlng exPerimenting ¬
perimenting with various delicate in instruments intruments iiiStruments ¬ I
struments which measure all sorts ot 0
intangible ungraspable things about aboutminds aboutmInds aboutminds
minds and morals that th t no to one really reallycares reallycares reallyCarea
cares to have discovered in connection connectionwith cOnnectionWithJ connectionwith
with WithJ himself but which whicl1we we are areaU ail very veryglad veryglad veryglad
glad to tohave have exposed expos d in Inour our neighbor neighborCriminal neighborCriminal
Criminal Contagion ContagionSix
Six hundred million dollars is the theapproximate theapproximate
approximate sum annually expended by
the t e government gdye rnment in detecting Thtcttln e tlnlf pasturing Pt ri ng
diagnosing and attejnaVipff att mn1t g Jo tfi1 to cure ure tthe
500000 moral invalids in the various variousprison variousprIson variousprison
prison hospitals supported by the theUnited theLTnited
United States By means of the new newinventions newinventions
inventions for the study of the condi conditions condItions conditions ¬
tions which foster crime It is believed believedthat beIlevedthat believedthat
that criminal contagions will soon be bea bea bea
a thing of the past pastOne pastOne
One of the most interesting of Direc Director Director Directoe ¬ I
tor MacDonalds recent experiments experimentsI
has been made to determine the speed speedand spe speedand d
and duration d atIon of thought The subject subjectsits subjectsJts subjectsits I
sits with his hand on an electric switch switchconnected switchconnected
connected with withaneIectric an electric Clock lock which whichmeasures tvhiehmeasures
measures measur a the th smallest smal1 s fractionof fractI iofa a sec second secnd seend ¬
ond nd Opposite the subject ubjec Is an up upright upright upright ¬
right tube inside of which rQns a slen slender slender sheader ¬
der rod of steel Opposite the t e eyes of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the subject is the openingin opening In thetube thetubeAs t te e tu tuAs tufle tufleAs
As the rod slides down theInterior the Interior of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the tube a white disc appears at the theorifice theorIfice theorifice
orifice The exact second this appears appearsthe appearsthe appearsthe
the rod touches a spring at the he bottom bottomof
of the tube and the clock is set in inmotion Inmotion Inmotion
motion The subject is lns instructed ructed to tostop tostop tostop
stop the clock as soon as the white disc discappears discappears 1 1appears
appears This Thlspe he does for thirty times timesThe timesThe timesThe
The length of time required for him to todo todo todo
do do > this is noted and an average struck struckThis strJckThIs strpckThis
This average is called his physiological physiologicaltime physiol cal caltime
time By means of another dainty lnty In Instrument instrument in instrument ¬
strument the erograph mental fatigue fatigueis
is measured Yet another apparatus de determines determines determines ¬
termines the activity of the sense of oftouch oftouch oftouch
touch A new form of Planchette is isused isused is isused
used for reading the involuntary move movesufferers movesufferers movesufferers
sufferers and any druggist will tell you youthat youthat youthat
that Stuarts Catarrh Tablets Is a rem remedy remedy remedy ¬
edy that has come to stay stayments staymenta stayments
ments of the hand A e1 person places his hishand hishand hisband
hand on this instrument and some somemental soinemental somemental
mental task Is given asVfor aMorlhstance aMorlhstancemultiplying aIor instance instancemultiplying instancemultiplying
multiplying 488 by 9 The average per person person person ¬
son makes a variety of involuntary involuntarymovements Involuiltarymovements involuntarymovements
movements in this process while the thepracticed thepracticed
practiced hand of the mathematician mathematicianmoves niathematic1nmoves
moves moves almost Imperceptibly Imperceptiblyecharlicai imperceptiblyechaxiicaIEymotism
Mechanical echarlicai echaxiicaIEymotism echaxiicaIEymotismThe Hypnotism HypnotismThe HyPflotism HyPflotismThe
The most m st Interesting Int resting of the various variousdevices variousdevices variousdevices
devices is what is called the fascinator fascinatorIt
It is a a small mechanical mech nlc l arrangement arrangementwhich arrangn arrangmefltwhich ent entwhich
which is clasped cl3S ped about the forehead foreheadand foreheadand foreheadand
and from it protrudes a minute me
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to o the public publfct thatjthere Lther is a P SRSJASrESTCIIREvfoc EBMA E TctIRE9J CHRONIC DISEASES DIEASESthe the doctors give their professional
services FREE REE andtheir and heir treatment FREE to all who apply The only on EXPENSE E ENSE to the patient will be for the
medicines s ACTUALLY USED USEDMany USEDMany t
Many Will Wi be beCretl Cured For 5 50 Cents CentsUNDER
UNDER THIS SPECIAL ECIAL OFFER YOU ONLY PAY FOR THE MEDICINES MEDICTh ESACTUALLYUSEp ACTUALLY USED Manywill Many will be
cured for 50 50cents cents The most stubborn cases es of chronic chronicdisease disease will not exceed 5 for the whole month
If you have catarrh if you are deaf if 1 you suffer from asthma or lung trouble if you have stomach liver livert
b t < or kidney disease or ora any other chronic ailment this Is your opportunity to obtain skilled treatment treatm treatindat t practically free
WHY EXPERIMENT EXPERDI T WHY SPEND SPE MONEY ON FAKE PATENT PATEr > TT MEDICINES WHICH OFTEN CON
TAIN COCAINE OPIUM OR SOME OTHER DANGEROUS D G Ors NARCOTIC ARCOT1C wBen you ou can get expert medical treat ea ¬
ment practically free THIS GRAND SPECIAL OFFER GOES INTO EFFECT AT ONCE AND A D HOLDS GOOD
TO ALL WHO APPLY THIS WEEK DO NOT DELAY START JN L AT ONCE CONSULTATION FREE TO ALL t
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Mr M 1tLVan L Van Buren Bureupublisher Bureni < publisher of the WESTERN W STERN POULTRY POULTRY WORLD WORLDof 1 1of
of Denver Colo Cob tells a straightforward story of suffering and relief that thatwill th thatwill t I Iwill
will bring courage and andliope hope to thousands of discouraged 1 couraged individuals individualsEverybody individualsEerybody individualsEverybody
Everybody Is familiar with the WESTERN POULTRY ULTRY WORLD It Is the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great authority on poultry and has thousands of readers ail over the west westand westand tvestand
and Mr Van Buren its publisher is a gentleman of the highest standing In
his l1Iscommunltr community and his words carry conviction with them READ THIS THISHONEST TillSHONESTSTATE THISHONEST
HONEST HONESTSTATE STATEMENT IENI
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2 = Mr Van Buren writes I think your treatment Is simply the greatest on earth It soothes and heals as assoon assoon assoon
soon soon as taken Perhaps you never knew just what I have been be n through before I came to you I first commenced commencedwith commencedwith commencedwith
with Dr B then Dr 0 then Dr B and Dr M and another great doctor whose name I cannot re remember remember remember ¬
member but who ho was wal a great stomach specialist The Th last lst named doctor examined me for two hours and andpronounced andDronounc andpronounced
pronounced Dronounc d me in a CRITICAL CONDITION I then weighed 128 l 12 S pounds He charged me 12 for examination andsaid andsaid and andsaid
said I must come every day for sixty to ninety nln ty days for special treatment at 2 per treatment I did not take takehis takehis takehis
his treatment but a few days da s later consulted you and commenced taking treatment and GOT WELL AND ANDWEIGHED ANDYEIGHED AmWEIGHED
WEIGHED ISO POUNDS WHEN I WAS CURED I am astanding a standjn ad for you here and have three patients patientswho patientswho
who 110 have asked me about my cure and who say they will write you I mail you my photo under separate cover coverKindly cQier cQierKindly cov r rKindly
Kindly return it after using same as you see fit for the benefit of other sufferers sufferersRespectfully sufferersRespectfully sufferersRespedtfuliy
Respectfully Yours M VAN BUREN BURENWE BURENJ BURENWE BUBz BUBzWE
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WE TREAT AND CURE CURECatarrh
Catarrh and Stomach Troubles Nervous Diseases Kidney Diseases Bladder Troubles Heart Diseases DiseaesZUseases DiseaesZUseasesof Diseases Diseasesof D1seaseof
of the Stomach and Bowels Piles Fistula and Rectal Diseases Female Complaints Comp Joints Diseases of Women and Chil Children Children Children ¬
dren Rickets Spinal Troubles Skin Diseases Deafness Asthma Bronchial and a ad Lung Troubles Consumption in the theFirst theFirst
First Stages Rheumatism Hay Fever Neuralgia N uralgia Hysteria Eye and Ear Diseases Goitre or Big Neok La Grippe GrippeLost GrippeLost GrippeLost
Lost Manhood Etc Blood BloodDiseases Diseases Special DiseasesScrofula Diseases Scrofula crofuIa and all forms of Nervous and Chronic Diseases Diseasesthat DIseasesthat Diseasesthat
that are curable CONSULTATION FREE CALL CALLoR OR WRITE
FREE f EE BY MAILSick MAIL MAILeSIck 0 0Sick
Sick people who live out of the city should write writeDrs writeDrs writeDre
Drs Shores for their new symptom blank and take takeadvantage takeadvantage
advantage of ofthis this grand special offer and be cured curedfor curedfor curedor
for or the actual cost of the medicine used to demon demonstrate demonstrate demonstrate ¬
strate that there th ere is a cure for Deafness Catarrh Catarrhand Catarrhand Catarrhand
and Chronic Diseases WRITE if you ou cannot call calland caIland calland
and take advaptage of this SPECIAL OFFER OFFERCONSULTATION OFFERCONSULTATION OFFERCONSULTATION
CONSULTATION FREE for any disease d ease
tallic t lUc ball The Th subject is told to look looksteadily looksteadily I Isteadily
steadily at the ball b ll which protrudes at atan atan atan
an angle most tiring to the eyes The Theoperator Theoperator Theoperator
operator after a time suggests that the theeyes theeyes theeyes
eyes are tired tlr d thus increasing 1 l asing asingconscIousness U Uconsciousness the theconsciousness
consciousness of the fact He then thenfollows thenfollows thenfollows
follows out the natural suggestion of oftired oftired oftIred
tired lids upon tired eyes by suggest suggesting suggestJng suggestlng ¬
ing that the subject is sleepy Gradu Gradually Gradual Gradually ¬
ally al the subject falls asleep by a kind kindof kindof kindof
of mechanical hypnotism While in inthat inthat inthat
that condition his hi mind more promptly promptlyaccepts promptlyaccepts promptlyaccepts
accepts good or evil suggestions and andit andit andit
it is believed that by b this means un unruly unTulo Unruly ¬
ruly and obstinate children can be becured becured becured
cured of 0 < > f their inclinations by a kind kindof kindof kindof
of induction of virtue It is rather an aneasi aneas aneast
east eas method of acquiring goodness It Itis ItIs Itis
is held that kleptomania biting of ofrffnger offinger of1lnger
finger nails lying fear of the thed thedark ds k and andcowardice andcowardice andcowardice
cowardice have been cured by b mis mismethod fi tis tismethod 1S 1Smethod
method methodThe methodThe methodThe
The object of the use Of suggestion is isto istoeorrect istocorrect
to toeorrect correct Impulses and automatic hab habits habits habIts ¬
its with children and to bring out their theirnatural theIratural theirnatural
natural antitudes antitudesClever anti antitudesClever tudes tudesClever
Clever Young Artist ArtistBert ArtistBert ArtistBert
Bert Martinez an Indian I dian boy aged
19 who is a student In the Indian school schoolat
at Fort Lewis Colo Cob has created createdsensation a asensation asensation
sensation among the artists of the east eastby eastby eastby
by his work in water colors His Hissketches Hissketches Hissketches
sketches form part of a wonderful col collection collection collection ¬
lection of Indian pictures and drawings drawingsnumbering drawIngsn drawingsnumbering
numbering n over 300 and all done by byIndian byIndl byIndian
Indian Indl n boys and girls of ages varying varyingfrom varIngfrom varyingfrom
from 6 to 19 years which has been beenloaned beenloaned beenloaned
loaned by Miss Estelle Reel superin superintendent superintendent superintendent ¬
tendent of Indian schools to a Boston Bostonloan Bostonloan Bostonloan
loan exhibition The artistic ability abilitysuggested abilitysuggested abilitysuggested
suggested In many of the pictures is re remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
markable All the great northwestern northwesternIndian northwesternIndIan northwesternIndian
Indian tribes are represented and the thework thework thework
work indicates that there are many manygeniuses manygeniuses manygeniuses
geniuses of the brush and pencil among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the children It is proposed to bring bringthe brIngthe bringthe
the boy Martinez east so that his tal talent talent talent ¬
ent may be fully developed and so that thathe thathe thathe
he may be given an opportunity fb o ob obtain obtain ohtam ¬
tain tam the best instruction possible in indrawing IndrawIng indrawlng
drawing and painting paintingInterestbearing paIntingInterestbearing paintingInterestbearing
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