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SECTION CTION ONE THE T SALT LAKE L HERALD SU SUNDAY Y FEB B 12 1905 3
PROBLEMS ARE AREMORE AREMORE AREMORE
MORE COMPLEX COMPLEXWhy COMpLEXWhy i I
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Why Government Irrigation in Utah UtahLags UtahLags UtahLags
Lags Behind BehindOPINION BehindOPINION BehindOPINIUN I
OPINION OF MR NEWELL NEWELLUNION NEWELLUNION
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UNION OF INTERESTS ABSO ABSOLUTELY ABSOLUTELY ABSOLUTELY ¬ I
LUTELY NECESSARY NECESSARYSpecial NECESSARYSpe NECESSARYSpeIoj
Special Spe lal to The Herald HeraldWashington HeraldWashington HeraldWashington
Washington Feb 11 nThe The attention attentionor
or ChlefiEngineer ChI > f Engineer F II Newell of the thegovernment theovernm thegovernmpnt
government overnm nt reclamation rcclamationserlce service was wastailed wascalled wasl1ed
tailed l1ed toUay to ay to the apparent slighting slightingof
of Utah In the distribution of the thereclamation theec1amatlon thereclamation
reclamation funds He was asked why wh
it Is that Idaho Wyoming V romlng Nevada Nevadaand Nevadaaud Nevadaaud
aud other western states are getting gettinglrge gettingarge
large lrge < slices of the 26000000 of the thereclamation theIfcolamaUon theieelamaUon
reclamation fund while Utah the plo ploys plorpr plo2er ¬
ys rpr per state in irrigation is getting gettingnothing gettingflothIng
nothing nothingTo
To this question Mr Ir Newell respond responded ¬
ed d The engineering work of examin examining examin2g oxaminig ¬
ing ig and preparing plans for water con contcrvation conrvat1on conrtrvtion
tcrvation In Utah has been rapidly
developed dev loped to a point where water waterusers wateru wateriirs
users u > rs must take up and prepare a acontract aenntract arntract
contract with > the secretary ofthe of the in intfilor Intf intior
tfilor tf l lor Various propositions or modi modifications modlnltions modiications ¬
fications of these have been suggested suggestedLut
Lut the matter which meets with most mostfavor mostfaor mostfaor
faor fs the formation formationol of all water waterusers waterUst waterusers
users Ust > rs In one great organization such suchas suchos suchmust
as must necessarily be < brought about aboutto aboutt
to t procure the largest development of ofurid orujd ofarid
arid lands of the state Farmers de dependent derendent dejendent ¬
pendent upon upon the waters of Utah lake lakeand lakeand lakeand
and its tributaries s are being brought broughtl
1 < > gether ther and are gradually becoming becomingonvinced I Iconvlnced
convinced that an increase of irrigated irrigatedarea irrigatedarea I Iar3
area and consequently of population populationand I Iand
and values will only be possible when whenthey whenthey I Ithey
they have all come together and adopt adopted adoptEd adopted ¬
ed the best and most comprehensive comprehensiveplan
plan for saving savlngwater water which now goes goesto goesto goesto
to waste wasteThe wasteThe wasteThe
The side issue or part of the general generalproject generalTrojcCt generalrrojcet
project is that t at of bringing water by bymeans bymeans bytheans
means of a tunnel from Strawberryalley Strawberry Strawberryvalley Strawberryvalley
valley Before taking this up engi engineers eUfirs eigiof ¬
neers > rs of the reclamation service desire desireto desireto desireto
to have from farmers tobe too be benefited benefitedan boo fited fitednn
an assurance < e that the water will wlIl be beworth beworth beworth
worth to them 25 per acrefoot for forpermanent forr111anent forrImanent
permanent r111anent supply It will probably probablycost probabbost probablyCost
cost ost a little lose than this butif but If the thefarmers thefarmers thetarmers
farmers who are to be benefited will willnjzroe willngrEC willagree
agree to pay this amount the Straw Strawberry Stra Strabfrry Strawlrry ¬
berry valley valle project may be considered consideredsis
b sis 19 s assured assuredThere assuredThere assuredThere
There is also another side issue or orrelated or1f oreated
related 1f att > d scheme involving the storage storageof
of the waters of Weber river This Thisvill ThisHI Thisill
vill HI necessitate changing the line of ofthe ofthf ofhc
the hc Union Pacific railway but it is isbelieved Isbeliecd isbelieved
believed It will be feasible and that thatmany thatman thatniany
many man thousand acres of good land can canbe canbE canb
be b reclaimed near Ogden Plans re relating relating yelating ¬
lating to Bear lake are also in the thesame thesame thesame
same conditions where the union of ofwater ofwater ofwater
water users must be brought about aboutin aboutin aboutSn
in order to secure the best treat treatment treat1T1nt treatiient
ment mentTime
Time and patience must be employed employedIn
In dealing with diverse interests and andin andin andIn
in getting farmers to see that the thecourse theourse thecourse
course pursued is best but it is be beJived beJed beived
Jived that systematic progress is be being beIns beiIlg ¬
Ins made and that actual construction constructiontan
tan 4 an begin on one of these matters at atan atan atan
an early date Utah while the oldest oldestMate oldesttate oldeststate
Mate in irrigation presents conditions conditionsof
of involved water rights more difficult difficultto
to solve and harmonize than any other otheri othertate otherstate
i tate in the Union There is more in individual 111cHidual inlividual ¬
dividual irrigation In a given area thanin than thanJn thanIn
in any other state EarlierclayB Earlie laYB of ir irligation ir1gatlon Irigation
ligation in Utah were without laws or oryHtem orystem orystem
ystem and irrigation methods were werearranged
1 r arranged according to local customs customsvarying customsarying
1f varying ar in in various parts partsot of the state stateHie stateIH statelrIle
Hie IH physical conditions of Utah are arefavorable areiaorable areftvorahle
favorable to the th utilization of a fair fairshare fairshare lairshare
share of the reclamation fund and as asfoon usoon asOOfl
foon as the legal problems can be belved hetved beived
< lved there will be no delay in get getting gettiag gettiag ¬
tiag down to talctual actual york vyorkBLAZE yorkGJ yorkBLAZE
GJ GJBLAZE
BLAZE IN CHICAGO CHICAGOLoss
Loss Estimated at Something Over OverHalf OverHalf
Half a Million aMilIionChicago Millionrhicago Millionh
Chicago h tR O Feb 11 nA A sixstory brick brickbuilding brikbiildlng bricklUldIng
building at 264270 6J iO Fifth avenue occu occupied occulinl occu11tI ¬
pied by b the Central Electric company companjiid companI
iid I < l a number of mercantile and man manufacturiiig man1lfaturing manufacturing
ufacturiiig > concerns was practically practicallycostroyetl practicall35tro practicallyestroyed
costroyetl 5tro e < 1 by fire today toda The fire is issupposed Isupposed Issupposed
supposed to have been caused by byoHscd b3o byossed
< oHscd o sd electric wires The loss is es estmated est astniated
tmated t at over 600000 as follows followsBuilding followsBuilding followsBuilding
Building 100000 Central Electric Electricinpany Electricmpan3 Electricinpany
inpany 130000 1 > 01000 A Stern Co 40 40Gage 4Gi O OGage
i Gage Downs Co 65000 Jahn JahnV JahnOlller JahnOIlier
V Oilier 75000 Singer Manufacturing Manufacturingcmpany Manufacturingtimpany Ianufact ring ringc
cmpany c 65000 Phillip Opper Co CoCi000 CoIOOO CoOOO
Ci000 OOO Conyne Manufacturing com comI comfilmy coma11y
I filmy > a11y ny 25000 Banner Tailoring com comI
I any 25000 OOO Watt Tailoring company companyAfM0 companOO companySeveral
AfM0 AfM0Several OO OOIi
Ii Several veml adjoining structures were wereOamaged wereI wereemaged
Oamaged I maSed by smoke and water waterWANTS waterlID waterWANTS
lID lIDWANTS
WANTS BILL PASSED PASSEDCounty PASSEDCounty PASSEDCounty
County Horticultural Appoints Com ComAt Committee Cornmittee
mittee to See Legislature LegislatureAt
At a meeting of the County Horti Horticultural HorliuItural Hortiultural ¬
cultural society so lety held yesterday after afternoon aCter11On after1on ¬
noon in the city and county building buildinga
a J committee composed of President PresidentBergen PresidentH PresidentBergen
Bergen H > rsen J P Sorensen I N 1 Elliott ElliottSamuel EUiottSamuel EiliottSamuel
Samuel D Wallace and N D Jensen Jensenvvus Jen Jensenappointed en enoi5
vvus oi5 appointed appo nted to urge the members membersf
c > f the legislature to pass house bill billNo biU11i
No 117 introduced by Representative RepresentativeSUookey Representativetookey Representativettuokey
SUookey amending the act creating a astite astte astte
stte board of horticulture and pro providing proiding proWing ¬
viding for county counl fruit inspectors df dffiiiins dff difnuing
fiiiins f ling their duties providing for the thepublication theJlub1iaUon theliublicatlon
publication and distribution of their theirreports theirnrorts theirreports
reports and defining the duties of ofori or1Thardlstg oftbardlsts
ori < hardlsts and nurserymen nurserymenProfessor nursermenPrDfe nurserymenProfessor
Professor PrDfe or Merrill of the Agricultural Agriculturalcollege AgrIulturdo1J Agriculturalelkge
college o1J g was present pn sent and told of the thebenefits thebnefits thebnefits
bnefits that would come < to the horti horticulturists horOulturifts horticulturists
culturists of the state from Identify Identify4ng Identifyfng identityThg
4ng themselves with the state board boardof boardor
of horticulture Secretary J H Par Parry Parry Parry ¬
ry ofthe 01 the state board was also pres preset preseat ¬
et eat it t He urged the establishing of can canning canll canliiug ¬
ning ll lg factories to can the superfluous superfluousfruit superfluousfruit superfluousfruit
fruit raised in the state stateNEW stateNEV stateNEW
NEW POSTMASTERS POSTMASTERSTwo
Two in Idaho and One in This State StateAppointed StateAppointed StateAppointed
Appointed AppointedWashington AppointedYashington AppointedWashington
Washington Feb 11 1lP05tmaster 1lP05tmaster1avebacn 1tPostnitershave Postmasters Postmastershave
have 1avebacn been appointed aa foHous foHousIdaho folosJdahoNaples tolowsIdahoNaples
Idaho JdahoNaples Naples Ivootenai county Den Denver Denr DenP ¬
ver r P Dovton vice John C Moore Mooreresigned MooreieSgned MoorItIgned
resigned Twin Falls CaSsia county countyWilliam count countilUam countyWilliam
William ilUam W Dunn vice Ice Harley O MI1 MI1ner Munec IU
ner 11 I resigned resignedlrtah resignedPtahG resignedPtahGunnison
lrtah PtahG PtahGunnison Giinnison nnlson Sonpete Snnp te county countyPaul countyPaul
Paul Von Nordeck vice Helena Karnes Karnefiresigned Karnessigned Karnesrcsigned
resigned resignedEverything rcsignedEvarcthing signedEverJoCthing
Everything has a value We convert convertit
it into money Thats all allSALT allSALT alLSALT
SALT LAKE BROKERAGE CO
143 Main St Stj
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5 CARS NEW WALL PAPER PAPERThere PAPERTher PAPERThere
There is 1goln i going to be something doing doingGEO doingCEO doingOEO
CEO H EBERT CO
t 57 Main Both Phones PhonesHarris PhonesHarris PhonesHarris
Harris Has Some News For You YouRight YouRight YouRight
Right now no its proper for every in intvndlhg inl intndthg
tvndlhg l ndh1g purchaser pureh ser of ofturnlture furniture to see seeHarris seeHarrIs seeHarris
Harris the State strict furniture iurnitur9 deal dealer doalr dealCr ¬
er r as beis be is making m klng special low prices priceson prtbeson
on household hous hold goods Not a competitor competitorli
li 11 town towncnn can make such low prices pricesMaking prIcesIaklni pricesMakin
Makin Making room tor heavy eastern ship shipments shlp11nts shipiwnts ¬
ments Cash or payments paymentsPETITION paymentsP
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I IPETITION
PETITION P TITION PRESENTED PRESENTEDWashington PRESENTEI1Oall1ltol1 PRESENTEDT
T Washington Feb 11 1LPf lLpresi4nt President i nt prff prffiiskine prUfm pratrfl
fm 1Oall1ltol1 11 FrMtoday foda introduced In tb LPJ1J1t9 LPJ1J1t9fw aeflnt aeflntthe
fw p pctTn t Uon ot oC C W Post o MfbiglT MfbiglTLMking UanI rnj o oaskin
iiskine askin for tho expulsion of gcnntov Ultttt Ulttttof FllUtor ThtittIf
of If Xow York p3 1 It Wiis w r rffrrrJ frrcvl In inomrnittOe inf infpomralttee tlklOmmlltCi
pomralttee on privileges s ana tlevtions
LOCKED HORNS HORNSWITH HORNSWiTH
WITH THE SENATE SENATEContinued SENATEI
SCo Continued Unucd from Page 1 1many 1many I Imany
many members of the senate and the thereading thereading
reading received the undivided atten attention attention attention ¬
tion of ofall all present presentPresident presentPresidcnt presentPresident
President Criticised CriticisedWhen CriticisedWhen CriticisedWhen
When the th reading had been conclud concluded qoncluded < oncluded ¬
ed Senator Morgan organ took the floor and andmaking andmaking
making the presidents letter the text textof tettof textof
of his remarks proceeded with a asharp asharpcriticism asharpcriticism sharp sharpcriticism
criticism of executive Interference with withthe withthe withthe
the senate in performing Its part in inthe inthe inthe
the making of treaties treatiesHe treatiesrIe treatiesHe
He spoke of the th latter as another anotherevidence anotherevldEICe anotherevidence
evidence of the presidents tendency t ndenc ndenctovard
totvard the usurpation of the senatorial senatorialprerogative senatorialprerogative
prerogative and said that the presi president president president ¬
dent had no more right to interference interferencewith interCerencewith Interferencewith
with the senates consideration of f the thesubject thesubject thesubject
subject at this stage of the proceeding
than the senate would have had to toInterference toInterference tointerference
Interference with him while the treaty treatywas treatwas treatywas
was in process of preparation preparationSpooner preparationSpooner preparationI
I Spooner Also Took Issue IssueWhen Issuehen Issuehen
When hen Senator Morgan completed his hisspeech hiss hisspeech
speech s eh Senator Spooner Soon r took the floor floorand fioorand floorarId
and following somewhat on the lines linesof linesDr I Ior
of Mr Ir Morgans remarks took issuo issuowith issthwith issutwith
with the president on the substitution substitutionof
of the word treaty for amendment amendmentcontending amendmentcontending amendmentcontending
contending that the change was not notan notan notan
an indication of any an backward step
but that even with this change the theconsummation theconsummation
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consummation of the treaties would wouldmark wouldmark wouldmark
mark an important stdp forward He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said that the ratification of the treaty treatyas treat treatas
as amended by b the committee would wouldpledge wouldplooge wouldpledge
pledge the government to the general generalproposition generalproposition generalproposition
proposition of arbitration He also alsomade alsomade alsomadestrong
made madestrong strong contention for the preser preservation preSlratiort preservatio ¬
vation vatio of the senatorial prerogative and andAn andWftrRVNT
WILL WftrRVNT WftrRVNTNUMONIA rRVNT rRVNTrNUMONIA
rNUMONIA rNUMONIAAn
An Old Prescription Used UsedBy UsedBy UsedBy
By Physicians in Their TheirPractice TheirI TheirPractice TheirPractice
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Practice PracticeI
I wish to add my professional test testimony tostlmon testrnony ¬
mony mon to the value of your our English Englishpreparation English1tepllratlon English3repnration
preparation known a m Ackers English
Remedy In several instances after I
have tried my utmost to give relief I
have prescribed your our remedy remld and it has hnsacted hasactl hasacted
acted actl d almost like a miracle not only I
relieving but permanently curing every
one of the patients I endorse the above abovepreparation abovepreparation abovepreparation
preparation as one of the most valu valuable valuable valuable ¬
able additions to the practice of medici medicicine medicicineC inedicicineC
cine cineC C F Smith M D The most mostsuccessful mostsuccessful mostsuccessful
successful physician of Olean N T
A great deal of nonsense is printed and andspoken andspoken andspoken
spoken about patent medicines medicinesAn
An old arid wellknown patent medi medicine mcdicino ¬
cine is simply a prescription given by byan b ban byaa
an experienced physician and then thentested thenteSted thenteilted i
tested perfected pertectep and proved by many
years use useThats us usThats useThats
Thats what Z Dr > r Ackers English
Remedy is You get your our moneys worth worthof I Iof
of pure healing material materialIt I IIt
It cures your our cough strengthens your yourovertaxed our i
overtaxed oorta ed lungs sweeps away the I
danger of pneumonia and of consump ¬
tion tionAll
All druggists sell it on a guarantee guaranteeof
of cure Bottles Bottles5 25 cents 50 O cents and
100 100Any Any reader of The Salt Lake Herald JleraJdsending HeraldsEnding heraldsending I
sending name and address to W V H
Hooker r Co 24 EllIcott St Buffalo N
Y will receive a free sample bottle of
Ackers English Remedy by return mall I
Write rrito for it today
Caught Cau ht Cold Got a Little Cough
If you oU could look down into your lungs lunjjsyoud hmJSoud lungsyoud I
youd oud find them inflamed with little littlesores littlesores
sores forming formingIf I
If you OU were to analyze the air you
breathe you OU would find many mUD deadly I
germs germspneumonia pneumonia and consumption consumptiongerms consumptionglrms consumptiongerms
germs germsThe glrmsrhe germsTh
The Th healthy I alth limps cast ca t off these germs germswith germswith germswith
with ease ease The irritated lungs cannOt calln t
do it itTo ItTo itTo
To soothe your lungs to stop your yourcough yourcough our ourcough
cough to cast off or force the lungs to tocast tocact tocast
cast off all evil Il germs germsthat that is whJlt what
Ackers English Remedy does doesI
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The Worlds Greatest Medicine MedicineFactory Medicine MedicineFactory MedicineFactory
Factory FactoryThe FactoryThe FactoryThe
The The rapid growth of the Peruna Med Medicine Mcdichie ed edlelrie I ¬
icine company Is as phenomenal In the thebusiness theb theb
business b sln88S sinan world as the universal popu popularity popularity populiirity ¬
larity of their famous amo s Temedy perunu perunuThe ParunuThe PerunuThe
The plant coversa covers a number of acres acresarid acresarid acresand
arid employs several hundred people peopleno
no ether medicine firm firm in the world worldreaches worldreaches worldr
reaches r n hes anything like the volume of ofbusiness ofbu ofbusiness
business bu he a done by Dr Hartmans firni firmAlthough firniSJtliougi
Although Peruna is ji l propriotara propriotaramedicine proprJotarmedicine > i
medicine 111 lcine the details of its Jtscompoundluare ta compounding compoundingare
are no n secret ttnd 1 1d nothing nothli gives Dr DrJJartman DrJ Drlfartzpan
JJartman J Mttnan greater b eater pleasure plt fsure > than to shov shovhe bhowthe ithowthe
the he many iAn friends ofPeruna or Peru Peruna 11 A all the es esrentluJ C Cntlut cesentiUt <
rentluJ > ntlut processes lro IrOeS fs8 by which Peruna is isma Ismad isiTla
ma mad dr
instancing n t nclng the the agreement gr emcnt With refer reference referen referefiie ¬
ence en eto to the Pius fund fun declared thatevon that thateven thateven
even thatshould that thatshouldhave should have been presented presentedto
to the senate lotwithsanding the thegeneral1 thegenera thegeneraP
general1 genera > provision for or submission to toThe toThe toThu
The Hague tribunal tribunalSenate uibunalSenate tribunalSenate
Senate Senate on Its Dignity DignityThe DIgnityThe DignityThe
The discussion in the thesenate senate showed showeda
a determination to stand firm ih re regard regard regard ¬
gard to the prerogatives of the sen senate senate seaate ¬
ate and to insist that the word trea treaty treaty treaty ¬
ty should be substituted for O4agree O4agreemeneln agree agreement agreement ¬
ment meneln in all allthe the treaties which Is the thecrucial thecrucial thecrucial
crucial point in the contention be between between between ¬
tween the president and the senate senateThe senateThe senateThe
The discussion which whl h was character characterized characterIzed characterized ¬
ized by expressions of f highest regard regardfor regardfor regardfor
for the president was s along the line linethat linethat linethat
that the senate could not if it would wouldsurrender wouldsurrender wouldsurrender
surrender its part of the treatymaking treatymakingDower treatymakingDower treatymakingrower
Dower DowerAmong DowerAmong rowerAmong
Among the senators who took this thisposition thIsposItion thIsposition
position todaY1n today In addition to Mr MrSpooner llrSpooner MrSpooner
Spooner were Messrs Foraker and andLodge andLOdge andLodge
Lodge
Duty to Be Performed PerformedThe
The latter was especially firm in insupporting 1nsupporting Insupporting
supporting the committee amendment amendmentand amendmentand
and insisted that with all due regard regardfor regardfor regardfor
for the president it was for the sen senate senate sariate ¬
ate to determine Its rights and to sup support support support ¬
port Its prerogatives Senator Foraker Forakerwas Forakerwas Forakerwas
was no less emphaticIn his declaration declarationto
to the same effect effectSenator effectSenator effectSenator
Senator Spooner insisted that th t the thesenate thesenate thesenate
senate should uphold Its dignity as a acoordinate acoordinate anoordinate
coordinate branch of the government governmentand
and that t it could not accept the view of ofany ofany ofany
any other branch of the government governmentin
in the matter of exercising its consti constitutional constitutional ¬
tutional functions f as a part of the thetreatymaking thetrealmaking thetreatymaking
treatymaking power powerExcuses powerExcuses powerExcuses
Excuses For Roosevelt RooseveltSenator Roosevelt RooseveltSenator RooseveltSenator
Senator Lodge followed with an ar argument argument argument ¬
gument thai it was for the senate to todetermine todetermine todetermine
determine its amendments according to tothe tothe tothe
the constitution and insist on all of ofits ofIts ofits
its prerogatives He spoke of his per personal personal personai ¬
sonal relations with the president and andsaid andald andhakl
hakl said that tha t it was hard for or him to take takea
a position so directly contrary to the theview theview theview
view of the he president He declared declaredthat declaredthat declaredthat
that he was sUre the president was not nottrying nottrying nottrying
trying wilfully to usurp the power of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the senate nor to gather to himself himselfany himselfan himselfany
any an powers powers other than those which whichconstitutionally whichconstitutionally whichconstitutionally
constitutionally belonged to the ex executive executive cxecutive ¬
ecutive andthat and that the differences were wereconfined wereconfined wereconfined
confined to phraseology In the trea treaties treaThe treaties ¬
ties The most honorable motives were wereascribed wereascribed wereascribed
ascribed to the president by Senator SenatorLodge SenatorLodge SenatorLodge
Lodge and senators who followed ex expressed expressed expressed ¬
pressed the highest regard for the thepresident thevresident thepresident
president
Foraker Was Emphati EmphaticThe EmphatiThe
The presidents letter also was dis discussed discussed die diecussed ¬
cussed by Senator Foraker ho hoemphatic was wasemphatic wasemphatic
emphatic inhls In hIs assertion that the sen senate senate seaateas ¬
ate ateas was in duty dut dutybound bound to maintain its itsposition itsposition itsposition
position in this matter if only to pre prevent prcvent prevent ¬
vent the establishment of a dangerous dangerousprecedent dangerouspr dangerousprOcedent
precedent pr ced nt Several senators took ex exception exception cxception ¬
ception to the statements sta n1ents made by bySenators bySenators biSenators
Senators Platt Conn and Fairbanks Fairbanksthat Fairbanksthat Fairbanksthat
that the words treaty and agree agreement agreement agreement ¬
ment as used in the original treaty treatyand treat treatand treatyand
and the proposed amendment were weresynonymous weresynonymous weresynonymous
synonymous and that there could be beno beno beno
no reason for the adoption of the theamendment theamendment theamendmertt
amendment amendmentSenator amendmentSenator amendmerttSenator
Senator Foraker was talking when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the hour arrived for the convening of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the senate us a a court on the Swayne Swaynetrial Swa Swaynetrial ne
trial hialThe trialThe trialThe
The letter of President Roosevelt fol follows follows lotlows ¬
lows
The Presidents Letter LetterThe LetterThe LetterThe
The White House Washington D DC DC DC
C Feb 10 1905 1905Uy My Dear Senator Cul Cullom Cullom Cullom
lom I learn that the senate commit committee committee committee ¬
tee on foreign f9r 1sn relations has reported reportedthe
the arbitratioji arblf tlQn treaties to the senate senateamending senateamendlng senateamending
amending them by substituting for the theword theword theword
word agreement Jn n the second article articlethe articlethe articlethe
the word treaty treat The effect of the theamendment theamndment theamendment
amendment Is to make it no longer pos possible posihle possible ¬
sible as between its contracting par parties parties parties ¬
ties to submit any matter whatever whateverto
to arbitration without first obtaining obtaininga
a t special treaty to cover the case This Thiswill Thiswill Thiswill
will represent not a step forward but buta
a step backward b If the word agree agreement agreenient ¬
ment were retained it would be pos possible po posible ¬
sible for the departmtentof f Slate biJe tateto to do doas doas doas
as for instance it has already aJread done doneundeu dOlJ dOlJundec doneundeu
undeu The Hague treaty in the Pius Piusfund PiusJund Piusfund
fund arbitration cnse rise with Mexico and andsubmit andsubmit
submit t > to arbitration such subordinate subordinatematters subordinatematters ubordinatematt
matters matt rs as by treaty the senate had
I I A Doctors Doct rs Prescription PrescriptionFor Pre cription criptionFor
For years Dr Hartman used Peruna Perunain
in hhy hiS private practice as a 0 regular regularprescription regularprescription regularprescription
prescription He hud no thought of ofmanufacturing ormanufacturIng ofmanufacturing
manufacturing it or advertising it as a aproprietary aprpprIotary aprppriotary
prpprIotary medicine until there was a ademand 3d ad
demand d m nand nd made upon him by hls many manyfrierids manyfriends ninnyfriends
friends who clamored for the original originalprescription originalpres originalprescription
pres prescription prescriptionI prescriptionForty prescriptionForty rlptlon rlptlonI rlptlonForty
I
Forty Thousand Patients PatientsTJr
Dr Hartman HarlmanesUmates estimates that he must musthave musthave musthave
have prescribed Peruna for over forty fortythQUBandpaUents fortYthQ fortythotisandpatIents
thQUBandpaUents thQ and p Uents before be reit Itvas It yas adver adversection advorQ1 adverJd
Q1 Jd d ns aJl10prletllry mesmft mesmftP meUirf meUirfPetuna
P Petuna > iunl11f nfedI l nD advertf1hg ertft1hg In the thesectfoll th thsection
section wher wh r tn t ooctor lJoVitbrpractioed practiced med medicine medidnp ed edivine ¬
icine Already thousands of people peopleknw P peopiek OPC OPCkw
knw kw k vn of its good qualities iUUlIti
decided could be left to the executive executiveto
to submit under a jurisdiction limited limitedby Umttedby limitedby
by the general treaty of arbitration If Ifthe Ifthe Ifthe
the word treaty > be substituted the theresult theresult theresult
result is that every eruch such agreement agreementmust agreementmust agreementmust
must be submitted to the senate that thatthese thatthese thatthese I
these general arbitration treaties would wouldthen wouldthen wouldthen
then cease to be such and indeed in intheir intheir itttheir
their amended form they amount to toa toa toa
a specific pronouncement against t the thewhole th thYho1e thewhole
whole principle of a general eneral arbitra arbitration arbitration arbitration ¬
tion treaty treatySenate treat treatSenate treatySenate
Senate Has the Right But ButThe ButThe ButThe
The senate has of course the the ab absolute absolute absolute ¬
solute right to reject or to amend In Inany inan Inany
any an way it sees fit any treaty treat laid be before before before ¬
fore it and It Is clearly the duty of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the senate to take any step which in inthe Inthe inthe
the exercise of its best judgment it itseems Itseems itseems
seems to be for the interest of the na nation nation nation ¬
tion It however in the judgment of ofthe otthe ofthe
the president a given amendment nul nullifies nullifies nullifies ¬
lifies a proposed treaty it seems to me methat methat methat i
that it is no less clearly his duty dut r to torefrain torefrain torefrain
refrain front endeavoring tp secure a aratification aratification aratification
ratification by the other contracting contractingpower contractingpower contractingpower
power or powers of the amended trea treaty treat treaty ¬
ty t and after much thought I have havecome havecome havecome
come to the conclusion that I ought oughtto
to write and tell you ou tiuct U t such is my myjudgment m mjudgment myjudgment
judgment in this case caseWould caseWould caseWould
Would Not Help Matters MattersAs MattersAs
As amended we e would have a treaty treatyof
of arbitration which in effect will do donothing donothing donothing
nothing but to recite that this govern government govenlment governmeat ¬
ment will when it deems it wise here hereafter hereafter hereafter ¬
after enter into treaties of arbitration arbitrationInasmuch arbltratlonInasmuch arbItratIonInasmuch
Inasmuch as a we of course now no have havethe havethe havethe
the power to enter into any treaties of ofthose ofarbitration ofarbitration
arbitration and Inasmuch as to pass passthose I
those amended treaties does not In the thesmallest thesmaJIest thesmallest
smallest degree facilitate settlements settlementsby
by arbitration to make them would wouldin
in no way further the cause of inter international international international ¬
national peace It would not in inmy my
judgment be wise or expedient to try tr trto
to secure the assent of the other con contracting contracting contracting ¬
tracting powers to the amended trea treaties treaties treaties ¬
ties for even if such assent were se secured secured secured ¬
cured we should still remain precisely preciselywhere preclselywhere preciselywhere
where we were before save where the thesituation thesituation thesituation
situation may be changed a little for forthe forthe forthe
the worse
Benefits Nil NilThere NilThere NilThere
There would not even be the slight slightbenefit slightbenefit slightbenefit
benefit that might obtain from the themore themore themore
more general statement that we In Intend Intend intend ¬
tend hereafter when we can come to toan toan toan
an agreement with foreign powers as asto asto asto
to what hat shall be submitted to enter enterinto enterinto enterinto
into arbitration treaties for we have havealready havealready
already alread when we ratified The Hague Haguetreaty Haguetreut Haguetreaty
treaty treut with the various signatory pow powers powera ¬
ers golemnly olemnl declared such to be our ourintention ourintention ourintention
intention and nothing is gained by re reIterating reIterating reiterating
Iterating our adherence to the princi principle prInciple priacipie ¬
ple while refusing to provide any anymeans anymlans anymeans
means of making our intention effec effective cffeetive effective ¬
tive In the amended form the trea treaties treaties treaties ¬
ties contain nothing except such ex expression expressIon cxpressiori ¬
pression of barren intention and in indeed indeed Indeed ¬
deed as compared with what has al already alread3 already ¬
ready been provided for in The Hague Haguearbitration Haguearbitration Haguearbitration
arbitration treaty treat they probably rep represent represent represent ¬
resent not a step forward but a aslight aslight aslight
slight step backward as regards the thequestion thequestion
question of international arbitration arbitrationKills arbitrationKills arbitrationKills
Kills the Treaties TreatiesAs
As such I do not think that they theywould theywould theywould
would receive the sanction of this gov government government government ¬
ernment Personally Person aU it is not my opin opinion opInion opinion ¬
ion that this government lacks the thepower thepower thepower
power to enter into general treaties of ofarbitration ofarbitration ofarbitration
arbitration but if I am in error and andif andIf andif
if this tiii government has no power to toenter toenter toenter
enter Into such general treaties then thenit
it seems to me that It is better not notto n notto t tto
to attempt to make them rather ratherthan ratherthanto than thanto thanto
to make the th attempt in such shapethat shapethatj shapd that thatthey
j they the shall accomplish literally nothing nothingwhatever nothingwhatever nothingwhatever
whatever when made Sincerely yours yoursTHEODORE urs ursTHEODORE
j THEODORE ROOSEVELT ROOSEVELTHon
Hon S M Cullom chairman commit committee commlltee committee ¬
tee on foreign oreI relations United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States senate senatePULLMAN senatePULLMAN senatePULLMAN
PULLMAN OBSERVATION OBSERVATIONSleeping OBSERVATIONS OBSERVATIONSeplng
Sleeping S eping cars latest pattern are being beingcperated beingcpcrated beingeperated
cperated on D D G train No No4 No4Ogden 4 4Ogden 4Ogden
Ogden to Denver DEmverIit via Colorado Mid Midland Mldlnd Midland ¬
land The only onl through Denver sleep sleeper sleeper ¬
er on that train Write to L H Hard Harding HardIng Harding ¬
ing General Gen ral Age Agent gegt t Salt Lake for forfolders forfold forfolders
folders fold rs and information informationKING in informationKING mptfpn I IKING
KING OF ALL BREAD BREADlt j jI
lt I Royal Bread Our ur crown label on onevery onevery I Ivery
every loaf loa At all grocers I
HUSBAND H U BAND FAILS HER HERWanless HERWanless
Wanless WanlessfJeserts Deserts His Jis Wifeand W e and She SheSeeks SheSeeks SheSeeks
Seeks Divorce aid Restora Restoration Itestoration estora estoration ¬
tion of Maiden Name NameCOIIla Name NameCoyilla NameCoi1la
Coyilla C Wanless yesterday fileda filedapetition filed a ap apetition
petition p l1hol in the office of the clerk o of vha vhadistrict h hdistrIlt ha hadistrict
district court for divorce from Will F FWanless FWanle8s rWanless
Wanless to whom she was married marriedFeb marrielFeb niurrieIFeb
Feb 9 1903 l90 at Phoenix Ariz Her bill billof Milot billof
of complaint alleges that he deserted desertedher desertudbel desertedher
her Dec 27 1904 and nd left the state to toavoid toavoid toavoid
avoid arrest on a charge of felony felonyIt
It is also averred that ever since sin thcrr thcrrmarriage Ulcrmarriage tlicrmarriage
marriage he has failed to provide her herwith herwith herwith
with sufficient quantities of proper properfood prop properfood r rfood
food and that at the time of his hasty hastydeparture hastydeparture
departure he left her without winter winterclothing wlnt wintrrclothing r rclothlnb
clothing She asks that her maiden maidenname maidenname maidenname
name Gorilla C Fisher be restored to tohe toher
her he t tSMELTER
SMELTER FUMES i = CAUSE SUIT SUITFarmer SUtTFarmer SUITFarmer
Farmer Turner Says His H is Stock and andCrops andCrops andCrops
Crops Are Damaged DamagedHenry DamagedHenr DamagedHenry
Henry Henr H Turner who owns 172 172acres 172acres 12acres
acres of ground distant half a mile milefrom milefrom I
from the Highland Boy smelter has hasbegun hasbegun hasbegun
begun suit against the Utah Consoli Consolidated Consolidated ¬ I
dated Mining company in which ho hoasks b beaskS I Iasks
asks for 15890 damages for injuries al alleged alleged ¬ I
leged legedto to have Jae been done to his health healththe healththe healththe
the health of his cows and horses and anddamage anddamage anddamage
damage to his crops during the past pasttwo pasttwo pasttwo
two years yearsHe yearsHe ears
He claims to have lost one onehors horse and andone andone
one cow as s the result of f poisonous poisonousfumes poisonot1fumes poisonousfumes
fumes emitted by the Highland Boy Boysmelter Bo Bosmelter Boy5nieiter
smelter and asserts that the quality of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the milk given by the remaining cows cowsdeteriorated cowsdeteriorated cowsdeteriorated
deteriorated from the same cause causeCourt causeCourt causeCourt
Court Notes NotesThe NotesThe NotesThe
The case of W Y C Carter against the theCummingsWllson theCummlllgs theCummingsWilson
CummingsWllson Cummlllgs VlIson company and the theNational theNnttonal theNational
National Bank of the Republic Inter Intervenor Intervenor Intervenor
venor Involving property mortgaged mortgagedby
by C L Chester to secure loans made madeby madeb madeby
by b the plaintiff and the bank was ar argued argued argued ¬
gued yesterday esterda before Judge Morse and andtaken andtaken andtaken
taken under advisement advisementIn
In the case of I G Luther against againstAlbert againstAlbert againstAlbert
Albert J Young Judge Morse yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day rendered a judgment by b default for forthe forthe forthe
the plaintiff on a promissory note for for2iOO
2500 given by b the defendant Jan I 11S95 IIS95secured IlS9
1S95 IS95secured secured by b a mortgage on real es estate est estate ¬
tate The decision d cision also confirms the thetitle thptitle thetitle
t title to the property in the plaintiff plaintiffIn
In Judge Lewis court yesterday the thecase theease
case case ofi ot John Hagan against Salt Lake JjakeCity LalteCft LakeCity
I City Cft and others and of Samuel R Ben Bennlon Benn10n Bennion
nlon and John Harker against the Utah UtahConsolidated UtahConsolidated UtahConsolidated
Consolidated Mining company were weredismissed weredlsmisst weredismissed
dismissed > d by b the plaintiffs These were weredamage weredamage weredamage
damage cases ca8 S and were settled out of ofcourt ofcourt ofcourt
court courtJudge courtJUdge courtJudge
Judge Lewis yesterday esterda transformed transformedThomas transformedThomas transformedThomas
Thomas Oats from a subject of King KingEdward KingEdward
Edward to a citizen of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States StatesThe StatesThe StatesThe
The damage case of George Paraske Paraskerapulos Paraskerapulos Paraskerapulos
rapulos against the Tampa Smelting Smeltingcompany Smeltincompau Smeltingcompany
company for personal injuries was re removed removed removed ¬
moved yesterday fromthe district court courtto courtto courtto
to the United States circuit court courtThe courtTh courtThe
The Th will of Mrs Beulah A W WBeatie WBeatie V VBeatie
Beatie deceased was admitted to pro probate probate probate ¬
bate by b Judge Armstrong In the pro probate probate
bate division of the district court yes yesterday yesterda yesterday ¬
terday terda The estate is valued at 8314 8314George 8314George S3l4George
George A Smith and Wilford WilfordBeatie W WBeatie WBeatie
Beatie were appointed executors with without without without ¬
out bond bondJudpje bondJude bondJudge
Jude Armstrong has appointed An Annie Annie Annie ¬
nie M 1 Thornton administratrix of the theestate theestate theestate
estate of Annie M Steingruber de deceased deceased doceased ¬
ceased in bond of 2000 2000W 2000W 2000W
W Frank Hills has been appointed appointedby
by bJ Judge Armstrong in the probate di division division division ¬
vision of the district court administra administrator ¬
tor of the estate of James O Mitchell Mitchelldeceased Mitchelldeceased lIitchelldeceased
deceased His bond was fixed at 1
700 Mitchell died of heart failure failurewhile failurewhile failurewhile
while walking on Third South street streeta
a couple c uple of weeks ago agoPEACOCK a agoPEACOCK o oPEACOCK
PEACOCK PEACOCKROCK PEACOCKROCK PEACOCKROCK
ROCK SPRINGS SPRINGSTon SPRINGSCOAL SPRINGSCOAL
COAL COALYou COALTOil
Ton can always depend dep nd upon our ourfilling ourfillin ourfilling
filling fillin your orders We Vc are never out outCENTRAL outCENTLIAL
CENTRAL COAL COKE CO COAt COAt COAt
At the Sign of the Peacock PeacockPhones Pea PeacockPhones < ock
Phones 2600 3S S So Main J
GOVERNOR GOVERNOR GOVERNORAPPROVES APPROVESvACTS APPROVESvACTSAffixes APPROVESt ACT ACTAffixes ClS ClSAffixes
Affixes Signature Sig 1ature to One Bill and andT andi
1 1wo Two T o iMemorialsTassed e epsPassby epsPassbyLegislature opals P ss dby dbyLegislature by bylegislature
legislature legislatureGovernor LegislatureGovernor LegislatureGovernor
Governor John C Cutler yesterday yesterdaysignedhousebill yesterdaysignei1housebill yesterdayzignedhousebill
signedhousebill No 56 6 recently recent1 passed passedby plL passedby ed edby
by the legislature This bill was waS intro introduced introduced introduced ¬
duced by b Mr tr Kinney Kinne and authorizes authorizesthe authorizesthe authorizesthe
the making of contracts for or the condi concUtlonal conditional i itlonal
tlonal sale lease leaseor or hire of railroad and andstreet andstr andstreet
street str t railway raUwa equipments and rolling rollingstock roUin roUinstock rollingstock
stock and providing for the recording recordingof
of the transactions transactionsGovernor transactionsGovernor transactionsGovernor
Governor Cutler also signed house houseXo housejoint housejoint
joint memorials to congress NQ N 1 and ando
I
Xo o 2 The first was Introduced in the thehouse t11ehouse thehouse
house by Mr Ir Joseph and requests the thegovernment thegovernment thegovernment
government to establish estabU h a bureau < f fmining fmining Imining
mining for the intermountain states statesThe statesThe stateaThe
The second was introduced in the house houseby houseby houseby
by Mr Miller and asks the govern government government governmerit ¬
ment to establish a United States Statesbranchy Statesbranch Statesbrancb
branchy mint and assay office in Utah UtahSee UtahSee UtahSee
See HarrisAbout Harris About the New Furniture FurnitureMany FurnitureIany FurnitureMany
Many homes ho ea will be fitted up within withinthe wIthinthe withinthe
the next few weeks and Harris should shouldbe
be b seen about It If you > ou dont see Har Harris Harrls Harna ¬
ris youll surely surel pay more than neces necessary necessary ¬
sary for anything needed in the houses housesSpecial housesSpecial housesSpecial
Special prices right now Harris Harrlsis is on onState onState
State street
WILL VISIT PRINCIPAL PRINCIPALATLANTIC PRI PRINCIPALATLANTICCOAST CIPAL I
ATLANTIC A ATLANTICCOAST COAST PORTS PORTSWashington PORTSWashington I
1 1was1tlngton
Washington Feb 11 1lTheboard 11The The board ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed by b the president to revise the theEndlcott theEndicott
I
Endicott plan of coast defenses defensesadopted defensesadopted defensesadopted
adopted in 1SSI so as to meet modern modernconditions modernconditions I Iconditions
conditions will meet in this city clt short shortly shortly shortIF ¬
ly after the adjournment of congress congressand congressand I Iand
and consider the subject comprehen comprehensively comprehensively ¬ I I5Ivel
sively 5Ivel It is probable that the board boardwill boardwlII boardwill
will visit the principal ports on the theAtlantic 1 1Atlantic IAtlantic
Atlantic Pacific and Gulf coasts with witha
a view to making personal observations observationsof
of the military necessities of each
TURNED TUftEbO11IE OlTTHE ON THE GA GABride GAS GASBride GASBride
Bride of ofBut But a Few Fe FekWei Weeks We tci Ends Her Herf HerSoro
0 f Sorrow SorrowSeattle SoroSeattle SortoiSeattle
Seattle Wash W hrFe F Feb i t 11 UIrs Mrs Min Minnie Miiiate Iin IinDie ¬
Die Wagner IS years of age 4e e and said saidto saidto saRIto
to be a bride of o about six ix week weekturned weekturned wseksturned
turned on the ga ga in j II her herroorn room at an anearly < illcarb i iearly
early hour this thismQrm morning and nd at 10 101 101c1o 10oclock Sit Sitoclock
oclock c1o k her dead body was found Sh Shrepresented SoP SoPpreoented Sherepresented <
represented that site te was married six sixweeks sixweeks ix ixweeks
weeks ago and time she and her hus husband husband busband ¬
band had separated sEparate A scrap of paper paperfound paperfound pap papfound
found In the room bore these the e words wordsMy wordadlre wordsMy
My address adlre < is Ed Wagner Poet PoetHadlock POI POIHadlock PoetHadlock
Hadlock Jefferson County countTVICTIM count7I count7VICTIM CountyVICTIM
I °
VICTIM OF PNEUMONIA PNEUMONIAWashington PNEUMONIAashington PNEUMONIAWashington
Washington ashington Feb 11 UGeneral General Corbin Corbincommanding Corbift Corbiftcommanding C rbifl rbiflcommanding
commanding the Philippine division divisionhas dlvtshahas
has notified the military secretary thi thiFirst thtFirst thitFirst
First Lieutenant Samuel Willits of tile ttePhilippine tilePhilippine tlsPhilippine
Philippine scouts died at Manila ManI1sterday yes yesterday Y4 II IIterda9 ¬
terday of pneumonia and that hisJbodjr hisJbodjrwill hls hisbo4ywill bOfl7 bOfl7will
will be sent to the United States for forinterment torinterment IcInterment
interment Lieutenant WIlHts WlmtsM was a anative anative anative
native of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaWORK PennslvanlaI PennslvanlaWORK PennsylvaniaWORK
I
WORK OF FIREBUG FIREBUGHot r rHot rHot
Hot Springs Ark Feb 11 nWhatls nWhatlsrogarded What Is Isi isregarded
i regarded as an attempt to destroy the thegrand thegrand thegrand
grand stand and adjoining buildings a athe etbe et etthe <
the New Oak Lawn racing plant oc occurred 00 00cCrred occuried ¬
curred today Part of the lower 10w flofcr flofcrcl floftrof o r
cl the grand stand was In fiaxn fl e when whendiscovered whendiscovered whendiscovered
discovered by the watchman The floor floorhad ftoorhad floorhad
had been saturated with oil The Thestructure TIlestructure Thestructure
structure was not seriously damaged damagedSalt damsSalt damagedSalt
Salt Lake Photo Supply Co Eery
thing photographic 3rd So and Main MainPembrokes MainPembrokes raJn raJnPembrokes
Pembrokes Bookbindery BookbinderyLoose BookbindcryLoose
Loose leaf and special blank books booksa4
54 W 2d South Phones 75 75Modern 75g 75gModern
418 I IModern
Modern Plumbing PlumbingAt
At moderate prices George G Doyle
Co 211 State street s reet Phone 162
Cbe C1 Cb Gmeryjftolmes Em rnery ry 8olttl to1rnes s Cafe 0afeTABLE af afTABLE
TABLE DHOTE DINNER 100
600 to 830 p m mBLUE mBLUE inBLUE
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v Indian Chutney Stuffed Olives Pioklod 4Retkraafi < etkrau BetkraeCAVIAR etkrauCAVIAR
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CAVIAR a la Russe RusseLOBSTER RusseLOBSTER RusseLOBSTER
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SMALLPAXTIES aux fix de Veau Montebello MontebelloPINEAPPLE Mon IontebelloPINEAPPLE tebello tebelloPINEAPPLE
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RHODE ISLAND TOM TURKEY Cranberry Cran berX berry Sauce S ce Chestnut DrewjiagSUCKLING Drewjiag DreshgSUCKLING rMeIDgSUCKLL
SUCKLING G PIG Compote of Apples ApplesSaute ApplesSaute ApplesSaute
Saute of Greon Corn with CJhili hm Peppers Cauliflower Caulttl wer in Cr Crrm CrrmSALADE Crqam CrqamSALADE am amSALAX
SALADE > E au Principe de Gales Creme Mashed 88kod Potatoes PotatoesPUNCH PotatoesPUNCH etatOilSPUN
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HOT MINCE PIE CREAM CRE UI PIE Sfc StliIonere StliIonereI JiTonore JiTonoreENGLISH HonereENGLISIIPLUM
ENGLISH ENGLISIIPLUM PLUM PL oI PUDDING with Hard and Brandy Bra dySauca dySaucaCORNETS Saute SaueeCORNBTS SauteCORNISTS
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CORNETS a In Carlsbad CarlgbadCTFRUTTI CarlsbadI CarlbadTUTcL1IiUTT1
I TUTcL1IiUTT1 fVf CTFRUTTI I R I ICE CRBAM ASSORTED ASsorrmI ASsorrmIE CAKES CAKBSENGLISH CAKESI CAKESENGLISH
ENGLISH E GLISH FRUIT CAKE CAKERAISINS CAIrnl CAKEbRUIT
l bRUIT RUIT 1UTS IJTS RAISINS RAISINSCAFE RAISINSCoFE H ISrS ISrSCAFENOm
CAFE CAFENOm NOIR NOIRSunday sornSunday I ISunday
Sunday February 12 1 IMS IMSHow 1Dt5hHow 1tJG110w
How sad It Is to sit and pine pineThe plateThe piseTIme
The Ions Ion halfhour before we dfn dfnIpon dine dinerpon dine1pon
Ipon our watches > s oft to look lookThen lookThln lookThen
Then wonder at the dock and the cook
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TIlE MEDICAL SENSATION OF TilE TIIETAtIE A E = = = THE DISC DISCUVERY VERY OF PE = RU = NA NAfr NABY
d fr > r BY D DR S B HARTMAN
4 fL f I 0 F J IrFA
r 1IYJO3IE YCHIETZE1 YCHIETZE1NoifieoIetol
NoifieoIetol NoifieoIetolj j
1
Other Remedies Failed FailedPerena Peruna Cured CuredMrs CuredJI
JI d
I Mrs Irs Charles Stelnecke Stoughton Vis writes writesMy wra nrlldSMy i iM
My M experience with Pertma has been moat mo phasing sIn By 13 > y Car resSlY resSlYleaving U essi essileavIng ssry ssryleaving
leaving a heated ball b f1 room I got go thoroughly chilled ann caught cat1ghtheavy a aheavy aheavy
heavy cold which settled on my lungs J ungs I wore a protector protect r took to k many manyremedies manyremedies pianyremedies
remedies for cold without succea With mr m other troubles I had ca catarrh catarrh entarrh ¬
tarrh of the head headPeruna headperun headPeruna
Peruna was recommended to me and I bought a bottle ana soon soonbegan soonbegan soonbegan
began to improve I kept on taxing It and it cured me from all aI my mytroubles mytroubles mytreubles
troubles I am pleased to testify to its merits
mmi RCHSTE1NECKE RCHSTE1NECKECured 5TE1NECKEG 5TE1NECKEGCured
TOU ght01 W < JJ JJCured
Cured in Four Weeks of Severe Cold Coldon Coldon ColdI
I on Lungs LungsMiss LungsllIss LungsMiss
Miss JOsie Schaetsel Schaetzel R R R No 1 1Appleton 1Appleton 1Appleton
Appleton Wis is writes writesI writ
041 I contracted a 8 severe cold which whichsettled whichsattled whichottled
settled on my mylungs lungs in very very short order orderand orderI orderand
I and it was not long until it developed developedinto
1 into a serious case of catarrh Every Everymornintr Every1110ruln Everymorning
morning I would raise a lot ot of phlegm phlegmwhich phlegmwhich phlegmwhIch
which was was very disagreeable I My ly dl digestion dlgestIon dlgestion ¬
gestion was w was s poor and myungs sore soreAfter soreAfter soreAfter
After a few doses of Peruna I be began beian began ¬
gan ian to mend and felt that if I kept on ontaking ontaking
1 taking it it would ould not be long Ion until I Iwould XI Iwould
I would be well I was right for f r In four fourweeks fourI fourweeks
weeks I was well again againl
1 think Peruna is a grand medicine medicineand medicinend medicineand
I and nd wish to add my m testimony to the themany themany themany
many others you ou have haeJosle Josie Schact Schactzcl SchaeTtzCl
zcl >
I Peruna Peruna Removes Removesthe the thccause Cause of ofPeruna ofCatarrh ofCatarrh
Catarrh CatarrhPeruna CatarrhPeruna
Peruna has no bad effect effect upon the thesystem theSRtom theSystem
system and gradually eliminates ca catarrh Cltarrh entarrh ¬
tarrh by removing the thecausC cause of catarrh catarrhThere ch cathfthThere airh airhThere
There are a multitude of homo where wherePeruna wh wherePeruna re rePeruna
Peruna has been b en used off and on for forSuch fortlu1tYycanj fortntnty
tlu1tYycanj tlu1tYycanjS tntnty erg ergSuch
Such S Ch 10 lI i thing could cQuldnot riot he tiePetuii QSS QSScotir 1 1 19
PprlltU tt tOfttltifidt1 fiUtfftM nuS aii drussot drti f fI 1uf 1ufCotk
I Cotk nature
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l J1IJ5 91ARGRET FAHEf FAHEf49JIdarnsYt 1J 1JI
I N 49JIdarnsYt Tc > 0N 0NI 0NGiven
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I Given Up By Doctors DodorsCaredBy DoctorsCured Cared By Peruna PerunaMiss Perunal PerunaMiss I
l 6 6Ii5
Miss Ii5 Margaret Fahey Fahe 49 Adms street Troy Tro N Y writes writesWe writesVe writesWe
We have used Peruna in our family famiI for years and I am m very verypleased verypleased verypleased
pleased to say that It cured me of catarrh of the lungs when the doc doctors doctors dcctors ¬
tors gave ve up all hope of my m recovery recoveryI
I usedPeruna for six months and at the end of that time my mycough mycough mycough
cough had disappeared my appetite was much better and I had hadgained hadgainedten gained gainedten
ten pounds and looked the picture of health healthI
I am in perfect health now and feel that Peruna not only cures curescatarrh curCSI curescatarrh
catarrh but builds up IIp the system and nd Is therefore agrand a grand medicine medicineMargaret medicineMargaret medicineMargaret
I Margaret Fahey Fahc
Perunas Perunas Popularity PopularityPeruna PopularityPeruna PopularityPeruna
Peruna Is not like so many other otherr othcrcmedles othercmedies
r medics that pass away as soon as the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first few bottles are used The longer longerPeruna longerPerulla longerPeruria
Peruna is used in any community the themore themore themore
more popular it becomes becomesPeruna becomesPeruna becomesPeruna
Peruna Actually Cures Curesfr CureshJ Curesiprcason
hJ iprcason < rcm isyPerunathmuibeeQmc isyPerunathmuibeeQmcstalard J J > ecQme ecQmesla1tdurd
fr stmf sla1tdurd stalard < lardcafflfrh eafirrh ilmrrh cemedyW remed the < world worldover 1orldveI ld ldov111S
over ov111S veI la i simply bocuuad u s it Pures tu cS catarrh
This explains why Peruna has be become become become ¬
come so popular It cures catarrh This Thisis ThIsan ThisIs
is an amply sufficient reason why h3 It Itshould itshould itshould
should become popular popularCatarrh popularatarrh popularqatarrh
Catarrh Is almost a most universal Catarrh Catarrhit C tarrh tarrhi
it i difficult to togure cureThe < u e The doctors do not notcare notcare notcare
care to treat cases of r catarrh at all allIfc allI
Ifc 1 thereforefollows theref refoUoys that that when a rom romQdajis ramWi yeahthat
Qdajis Wi devlsed I that can be used us usepthe usepthecost 4 in iuf1 the thefconteSfli e ehOiel
fconteSfli 1n fn6aBrate suatc cost such a fem rem remid rembecome
hOiel id sl < fJd ni t tnblY become u popular populart
fr t
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Jjio F YLN E washgon
Entirely Cured by Several Bottles Bottlesof Bottlesof
of Peruna PerunaIiss TerunaMiss > r rMiss
Miss Iiss Ella Ella M Miller one of Waait Waaitingtons waatingtons asil asilIngtons
ingtons society girls writes from fromF 141 141F 14SF
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entirely entIrel cured I cannot praise PerugP PerugPtoo Peru PelUteo Peruleo
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can be used any length of time timewithout timewithout timewithout
without acquiring a drug habit habitAddress hbltAddreji habLtAddre
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