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l TOE HE SAIT SL LAKE HERALD HERi HRUThFfflDT Di FRIDAY FR1I Y AUGUST25 A tTST 25 1905 f1
UTAH FRUITS ARE AREIF AREGOOD
IF 01 11 GOOD G 0 00 DUALITY L DUALITYL Q s sa U t tp LITY
Pedro p a ii Say Dealers Are Ahead of ofThose ofThQse ofTh
Those Th gse of Other Ot er Years YearsBEACHES Y YearsREAiHES rs rsBeA
BEACHES BeA H S SMALL BUT FINE FINEN FINEpi FINEithic
pi ithic gEslN IN N MELON MARKET MARKETARE MARKETAREHOLDINGrRr MRKETARE MRKETAREHoLDINGJrnr ARE AREHOLDING
HOLDING HOLDINGrRr FfRivi FfRiviUtahs I IaUtaIfs
f1 f1Utahs
Utahs aeure D8Ut DgU this tht ywtr y r atleaal atleaalt atle at attio st
t tio oge 06 received thus thu far fa promjgg proni to to be bethe bethe bcthe
the best ovoc offarea ofteroi for home Qm u ut1ft twa23jd a aad It ItItid I
Itid ad one rptail merchant yostardwy y s or1 af att attor attorioon t tornpun
or orioon orioonTho ornpun ornpunThe o n nithe
ithe The Bartlett crop will be large re rePQPJS TeitQIJS e etqps I
PQPJS tqps Indicate and wjiile the t havvestock ha havve a4vostDck tv tvstock
stock has ha been only recently put on onthe opth oilthe
the th market it Js safe to say ay that the theeousops the8elfSO the4SUsot
8elfSO > eousops s output will be of the best bestquality bestQUl1IIty beatQuality
quality QUl1IItyThis T TThis 7This
This comment on Utahs Uth Bartlatt Bartlattpears allrUettpears 1nrtIattDears
pears followed an observation by the theretailer the1atq11er the2aaI1er
retailer that t1ii pears ware coming in in infair Infnlr in1ftp
fair gized I1 Izett ed shipments There Is a good gooddajrianU froQ froQaftl11aOa od oddmarn1 11
dajrianU not to be compared however howevervlth bowevprVIfh howeverV1iJi
vlth what it t will be b when the he saasqn saasqnJH > uuq uuq1ii I
JH 11 a llttl 1I t1e farther rLher advanced advancedThe advanoedflIa advancedThu
The peaches thus far recolved f colve while whileof whllpot whileat
of flrst flj t quality are somewhat omw1 smaller smallerthan sJnal1erU1l snitllorthiti
than U1l a usual usualLittle uaualLltUe uunlI4tttia
Little tWW wap wa to bo seen in the thevegetable theiQgo theugaabje
vegetable iQgo lbJe stalls > excepting e shlpments of ofsquaah ofqtulh ofaquah
squaah Utah onions are 18 to o ba had ha 1 ll llUlftllty hl hlIdQJ1ty lhDh111Y I
Ulftllty Dh111YTIore
Tnore is I a atllir fair market for watermel watermelons watermoJul1Ii wateripelon ¬
ons ul1Ii on and an d a large lar e one for muskmolpnp muskmolpnpang musl f11QlpJ1 f11QlpJ1una
ang an cantaloupes Hero ale as J In n easfwn easfwnmwket e eiln4nTh3ket ptarp ptarp1111Ukeu
mwket nrjpes in this Una fln ace stiff stiffFkjb Uff Uff11ltih tlfC1l1i
Fkjb dealers tleal la report many inquiries J as asto asto asto
to when oysters will be on market marketThe marketThfj marketTI
The TI first will leave New York and Bal Baltimore BaltinitJre Baltimbre ¬
timbre next week packed In ice and andto andto
to conform with the old saying will be beplaced b bJltlu brIiliciu1
placed Jltlu d on the market ae Q soon as Sap Saptamper 50pfID1per Sopqtjper
tamper with its r orrivqg orrivqgGEM lrriv adIlvwGEM l lGEM
GEM AND CULPRIT FOUND FOUNDDiamond FOUNDJ
J i 1 Theres Joy in the HeartJ ffeart of J 3ames mes mesNoT
NoT aTctay rt1Ry for He HeDiamond JIuijjs JIuijjsDiamond
Diamond Back BackjVYTtH B Backtli ck ckiVftil
jVYTtH iVftil tli tU ajrest rrest Of Frank Fr3uli RogqjfS RoSq J a abWlfaP ai abi
bWlfaP bi Ubjip P negro bootblack Detpct Detpctivftj D DepptI a f3ct
i I ivftj 1 ha nSit b and Raleigh recovered recoveredJailjjpa reoovoredJ recoveredJa1i1lil
J Ja1i1lil Jailjjpa ijC u MuTdrnaya IuI rMy 250 diamond stolen stolenfiSBm ftolenf stolenr1
fiSBm f r him In tlm t1 Palace Pa1on e bather ahop s1opRogers
Jnljr TQ1 I Roger and one of the barbers barberswafft bqrb btrberswarw rs I
wafft fIlft fOUnfl f na by ltfie tne two officers yes y yestrdiy s j I
teildtyy tfldfl afternoon with tho stone rJn rJnthttlJ Jn Anth1 Jnthfir
thfir th1 pose poS8tt poiseeeIon 8lon e lon Rogers was bahmng
it over to the bnrber The Th latter lattorwas lattorwasto was wasto wasto
to return it and get ge a no questJons questionsasked questJons16d questjonstwled
asked 16d reward of 6i which Mr tic ticTarmty ftlclrnuy c cDtJrJlI4Y
lrnuy had ad offered offeradJlr otfer otfer1r offeredMr
Jlr 1r JIoTernay hud gotten shaved in inth8 In1h8 Inthw
th8 barber ahop in QueStion ami fl4 pal paltt ial uillat ialleft
left tt his diamond pin in his tie He Heput liepuson I Iputon
puton put on the tie after the shave and saw sawdiamond swdiamond w wtb
tb > diamond pio Jn ple pIaThen j Jg
Then Then hen Rojrers bruHhed bl Hhe him off He did didit 41dit
1 it thoroughly and after att r he had hadlt Jpft ipftv Jpfttlif
v 11 tlt tlif shop Ilia lhffftl tli Hftloon un man noticed the thediainond tnedIfWnond thedlSjflOfll
diainond had gone He at once ao aotaiiBed aofjeq ac accahec1
taiiBed fjeq Rogers of having 1itvin stolon it The Thepojjce TJiepqJJie
pojjce oo11 e were W fe notified cJ but nothing was wasOtIsd
found of tlp tt gem gem3hen remhen em emben
3hen ben the reward was offered Chase Chaseand ChaseJ8i Chaseu4
J8i and Q Raleigh saw 68wtollers tw Rogers and the bar ¬
bar going ojp Into a pawnshop va and the de decided 4eclg deakjed ¬
cided clg d to watch them recalling r the tact factthHt tactth tactthKt
thHt th t he had beep under under suspicion in intft IntM intlU
tft tM diamond theft th ft They found Yt the ihea1r thepair e epaIr
pair a1r with the diamond The barber barberexplained barbere barberexplathed
explained e his connection with the Jie qf i
Jh9
tall and the negro exonerated exon ratehlm ratehlmUQGer him himitQger5 i iRogers
Rogers ischarged with grand larceny larc8n larc8ne iarcsnyp iarcsny1RRIERS i iCABRIERS
e p l
CABRIERS TO HAVE OUJlN6i OUJlN6iHail OUTIN6Majl OUT1NlAail
Hail MenWill den Will Have Celebration at atLagoon atLagoon atLagoon
Lagoon With Brothers ± s Prom PromDenver FromD ProniLiLtar
Denver DenverJuottor D Qver QverJ
Juottor J Qil r carriers ofSaJt of SaltLuke Lake City attd attdD8flyer an anDNver aJIaDpver
D8flyer will unite in an outing OUtifl at La Iiasboftlopt Lag LabuhSopt
sboftlopt g QhSoPt 2 The loalorandJirof lo8l11 bran bra hof the theNational th thNattonal LhqNational
National Association As of Letter Carriers CarrierswiJL Cnrrieiwill CarrierawUL
will have charge of the affair tIIlir whioh whiohivllj whlobwfJ whiobwill
will wfJ be e attended by the Denver Letter LetterCajirier LetterCarieri r
Cajirier C rjer band and This Th i band which cop cops4sts co cosIstS >
bits of oCthlrty thirty pieces ieces and is well Known Knownthrough Jinowlthrouth knowflthrough
through the west will be in Salt Lake LakeCity Lakeclt LakeCity
City clt on n that day en route to the Port ¬
land la fair and will stbp over here for forthe f frthe r rthe
the purpose of attending the outing outingCharlati outinGL outthgJ
L J Charlati Ch8Il Averil A erll leader of the band hffB hffBbecome hfbf htar
f r become ccome well known as Ii a Po egmppHOT 0f 0fpopular OfPopular ilfpopular
popular songs among his pieces being
QDwn l1t > W1 Among the CIpvor Clp r and tfip t tsees
Pees Where the Silvry Coloraflp
Wends rends Its Way V Y and The GIrl I ILoved ILoved 1 1Loved
Loved Out in the Golden Wost WostThe WostThe v vThe
The band will go to toPoland Portland Po land to afr ad
tend the fifteenth annual ann anp l convention of ofthe ofat oft1l
at the t4 national aasociatioo whlph will be
1 lu f hisesIon session sc lon from Sept 4 to Sept 9 9Features 9Dellltltf 9Dttp
Features i of p the outing at Lagoon LagoonwQl LagoonwW
wQl J be mupjc 1 c by the t ebanl band a baseball baseballDOCTOR baseballaieie llo3ebaltl
l aieie t JGI Jebeesi ectt Denver IlfIU an annii Salt l9
nii daqdll1p daelngDQCOfl 1
1
DOCTOR is 1 ACCUSED ACCUSEDGardner ACCUSEDi ACCUSEDGardner ACCUSEDGardnerIs i
Gardner GardnerIs Is Said to Have H ve viottcHealth Violated ViolatedHealth VioJat I IL
L Health Ordinances OrdinancesDr OrdinmcesDr
h Dr W V L Gardner IK i charged with witha
a violation violatl n of the health ordinance In I Icomn1aint p pcomIaint n ncomplaint
complaint prepared by b the city health heait1t
department denlU plt and sworif to by B H
Nickersoh = 1c rsoiJ quarantine inspector The Thecompiaint TheIornplafnt TheeonlpinJnt
compiaint charge charg that Dr Gardner GardnerP Gardnr Gardnrcounsejid
counseJi4 J1dlsed aJl encouraged
P JSaqdqru T J S ujaQtIiI to rempvQ tj the e BmalliKjx arnaIH Q
flag froni his Is house at 9Bl East First Flr t
South street while the thlllooase disease still cx cx1sted
Istjed in the family famll fantflThe > I
The offense ofr Me ia alleged aU edto to have been beencommitted beencOmznittad I Icommittea
committed after the health department departmenthad
had refused to remove the ttt tl flag because beca ec
the proper pro po period of quarantine uq rant1ne had b d
not elapsed Mr > Banders Is said to I
have sone gone to the Ulntah Indian n reser ¬
vation vationf vationC vatlonC
f C XSTIPATIOX is always ac accpmpauicd nocOJPDlluicd a aciltupettied
cpmpauicd by b a more morc or less lessinflamed lessinflamed
f inflamed and uongegtod cOJlge eogotodof tod stalo staloof statuof
of the bowels and stomach The in intestines 111testines utteStine6 ¬
testines are distended and sensitive sensitivetha scnsitivctht Sensitivethe
the appetite fails and nothing tastes tastuS tastuSgoodfor tastesgogdfor tastusgood
good goodfor for Jioxv can lRnA a digestive ii iiparatue itp itpparatus fl flpnratus
paratue already alrcad overloaded crave cravemore eruC1I1of craven1o
more 1I1of n1o food foodOP 1 1OF 10F
OF COURSE you can take other otherthLug otIJcrtlIin othert1ihigsj
thLug tlIin t1ihigsj to move rnov tl c bjpjvpl bMP > but be bcwaa beaJ bewajG
waa wajG aJ > of ot violent vi lent purffaH Jlut tuathteand ari es ahd a 1d diBn diBnporoua an angoroUi5 tn tngorous
poroua caihartioft catharti which loavo tho thostomach thottomach thetoinach
stomach and bowel worse than be beforo bet beoro
foro t oro oroAlfYWAY
foroANYWAY
ANYWAY why should you ahusft ahusftan bU5 bU5anulroady
an anulroady already overworked stomach with withdangerous witl1dnngorus withdanorous
dangerous drugs rugs when CALLTTOE CALLTTOERIA C CALIFORNIA LIFORNIA I
NIA PRUNE WAFERS are natu natural nntuTal natunil ¬ i
nil cooling coo1ip soothing and grateful to toyour toyour torour
your rour tired Worr worried ed inflamed stom stomach stomach stomitch ¬
ach and bowels bowelsCALIFORNIA bowelsCALtFORNIA 1 1CALIFOfu
CALIFORNIA IA PRUNE W WAi WA WAFERS A AFERS ¬
1 FERS are positively pOJ tivoly guaranteed guar nteod to topermanently topermanently topermanently
permanently cure Constipation Bil Biliousness E Biliousnoss l liousnass ¬
iousness etc so as to stay cured curedFor curedlDQWaf curedipo
ipo nts of ofJ
lDQWaf 2FQ i
J For Sale at atSCHRAMMS s sSCHRAMMS
4 SCHRAMMS SCHRAMMSWrt SCHRAMMSWIERETHE 0 0WHERETHE
Wrt WHERETHE ERE THE CARS STOP STOPTlie STOFThe
1 The Great Gr it Prescription DrUg Dr J Store t torc re
1
AID AGAIN COMES COMESFROM COMESfROM COMESFROM
FROM ELEMENTS ELEMENTSiin
iin in SoaKs Soa s Ground an and SwpUg wQU the theStreams theStreams theSreaps
Streams to Considerabte onserbjqYOU1jG IJegTse IJegTseYOUNG I grce grceYOUNG
YOUNG YOUNGPL YOUNG PROMI t PtADE PtADENS PMEPLINS
PL PLINS NS OF THE IGNORANT ARE AREDISSECTED AR ARDlSS AREDISQTED
DISSECTED DISSECTEDSprlnKUng DlSS areD areDi
i 1
±
SprlnKUng 5 tjnU carts weroragaln Qr6 lIa IP put qt qtqanunfssln Jnto JntoopmmisHjpn t tHnmlslitQn
opmmisHjpn at l ngon 11 O y9tpr ytcncIay Y ltorga oy ahd apn apntinued ufltlrued >
trued at work until tho storm earn QlU116 a along alongat alongat
at J 4 I o cIock dclock and gave everything a thor thorough thorough ¬
ough wetting The water In tho Thir Thirteenth Tbirteuntl1 Thirteenth ¬
teenth East reservoir measured mea ured five feet feetat feetat
at noon no noQflenogh nenoush enough to produce prO 1uce < y t good press presslire prtss1re presstwo
lire all through the lower district By B
1 oclock > however after t ho e sprinkling sprinklingcarts 6prlnkllnpcart sprinklingcarts
carts vhaii o1ad ad gone tQ worm vor the pressure pressuredropped pressuredropped
dropped to about eighty pounds Counds where whereit where
it stood until the storm began esm and the thecarts thecarts
carts retired retiredYesterday roUredYcster
Yesterday Ycster ay s rain undoubtedly will give givetha gtv givOthe
the water supply another ana lh t breathing spell spelland speltand poUand
and will be of great assistance It was wasimpossible wasImpo wasiniposnible
impossible Impo lble to learn the extent of the thestorm UOstorm thestorm
storm lust night but it Is believed Par Parleys Parloys Parlays ¬
lays creek me k wilt profit by it more than thanit
it did by Tuesdays TU SdaYfJ storm rite tem tempbrary ternp
p rary character chrraeter of the benefit onotlt derived derivedfrom dorIvdfrom
from Tuesdays rain in Parleys was wasproved wnsJ waspioved
proved J > by the fact that the flow in Par Paramount Par1y ¬
IOYj 1y crook ye yesterday erday nornlng wfl was lacJc lacJcwhere acJt
where Jt Will Wii > on Tvosdy rJ aay mornlm 411 41111moUnt P Pmont
amount sllghtfy sUg tty in excess c sIJ of 12wOUOO 12wOUOOIons l OOOUOO g anl anllpn i
Ions lpn was wa delivered dellv rttlt to the city yesterday
through tnro t t1 the U water mains mainsDr m mainsDr ns nsDr
Dr Young Denies DeniesDr
Dr r Seymour 13 Young is not responsible responsiblefor
for stories to the effect that an agreement agreementexists agree agreementexists nt ntedsts
exists between him and the cltypftteialp cltypftteialpin city pfffo offlejals offlejalsin ai aiIn
in regard to 0 the water of Mountain Qell Qellcroek teILcrock ell ellcroek
croek according to a statement m puplo de e q qDr QDr w wDr >
Dr Young yesterday Ho called at tile tUeoffce tlteofCce tileoffce
offce of Mayor 1a3 < or R RP P Morris to assure assurethe assurethe assurethe
the mayor that these stories were not notInspired notInflPircd Bot1spired
Inspired by him lJn nor endorsed by 1 3 him himDr himDr II IIDr
Dr Young Youn said he had never claimed claimedthat ctalm caimedthat 1 1thqt
that he no had lin 1t an agreement with the mayor mayoror
or with Ben I D > Lure Luc city land and water watercommissioner watorcQmmssioner watercommissioner
commissioner The doctor also 1so assured assuredtha assuredh8 assuredthe
the h8 mayor that he would not again at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt to divert the water from the creek oreekand creekund creekand
and said it would not be necessary necU mry for forMr torMr forMr
Mr Luce to maintain guards at the thescone theacoJ theDr
acoJ acoJDr scone sconeDr
Dr Young says he is anxious to sell sellhip seUhi saltljs
hip hi land and water rights in Mountain MountainDell MountainDall itountu1Doll
Dell to t the city cit Ho claims to own 6w 6wacres 6Waor asi asiacro
acres aor acro of ground and certain rights to th thuse Ht6 Ht6use thuse
use of the water wut r Mayor May l Morris told him himto himto hintto
to submit a proposition to aell to the city cityadding cityadding cityadding
adding that the proposition would be becarefully becareuHy becarefully
carefully analyzed by hjmself and the theoity theolty thecity
city attorney and If It appeared to be bea bea bea
a good gOD proposition 11 for the city would be beendoreeft beenuorsed e eendorsed
endorsed > y himself himselfMany htm himselfMany Ilt IltMany
Many Plans by Ignorant IgnorantGeorge I IgnorantGeorge norant norantGcorSe
George W v niter city city engineer attrib attributes attributes attributea ¬
utes many of the simple methods by bywhich bywhich bywhich
which tho water supply could be in inoreasod 1110l8usod litcreased
creased which are gratuitously ad advanced advanced advanced ¬
vanced from day to day to a look of orunderstanding ofundurstanl1ll1g ofUndurstanthing
understanding on the part of those who whooffer whoofter whooffer
offer the suggestions U8ge tfoJs The proposition to toutilize fPutilize toutilize
utilize the flow of the wells aHa in Liberty Libertypark LibsrtyprkIa ibartyPArkla
park PArkla is one thatrequires thatr Qulres careful Investi Investigation Inv investigaLlon U UgaUon ¬
gaLlon and experiment e poriment In advance of exe execution execution execution ¬
cution Mr Jilter says because becau e the theanalyses theanalyses 111 111analyses
analyses of the LJbertypark Libert Iiberty Jark park water leave leavemuch leavee leavemuch
much t to bp b desired Tliey have never neverbeen neverbeen
gol ilI tolietec tolietecnQwpnQ
been e wholly V satisfactory because every everynow everynow
now nQwpnQ and then ft sample taken would show showthat thpwthat howt
that t tit the water was contaminated and It Itis Itis ItIs
is impossible hnpo Bble to tell how general the con contamination CQllt contamination ¬
tamination t is There are sixteen of these thesewells th thesewuhia o oWfJUs
wells Measurements taken In JSK SOO iW iWand woo wooand 4UUand >
and 1902 show an average total flow nowslightly of ofslightly f fslightly
slightly in excess s of 1000000 gallons g lIon each eachtwentyfour paolitwentyfour eachtwentyfour
twentyfour hours The < moa mO mohsuyneflte mohsuyneflteused 8uvnentI 8uvnentIused u TmentH TmentHused
used for a basis were taken during the themonths themonUlls themonths
months of July Aukust Pk1J t and September SeptemberPlans f el1t epternberPlaxis mJer mJerPlans
Plans to utilize the underground flow flowin flowIn flowin
in tho valley should pot be seriously seriouslyconsidered seriouslycorusldered seriouslycrntsldered
considered until further investigations investigationsare
are made m 8 Mr Rlter says He adds that thatthe fhatthe thatthe
the more the problem Js studied the themore t Themore e emore
more complicated l it beoomes b QOme One ne trou trouble UQUhie trunble ¬
ble is tho look qf constancy IP I tho th flowand flow flowand 110wand
and another is the Cle difficulty of discrim discriminating dtscllmnattn1 diserletnating ¬
inating between bet Ye m pure ure water and ml water waterthat Wltertqat waterthat
that has hlJ been be n contaminated contaminatedFigures contaminatedFigures contamInatedFiurcs
Figures on Underground Flow FlowAbout FlqwAbout FlowAbout
About a year ar ago the city engineering engineeringdepartment eogInuringdepartment epginaeringdepartment
department cooperated with engineers of ofthe otthc ofthe
the United States geological survey hi himaking p pmaking 11making
making investigations of the underground undergroundflow undlrgroundtlpw undergroundflow
flow In Salt itht Lake tak valley The engineer engineering ne ngLneerIng > IJleer IJleer1m ¬
ing 1m denortman deuutJnentturned Upturned over to the t e gov govI government gayethmont
I eminent engineers all the data 4am In the thepossession theDoseession
possession 1 of the city and assisted asal > t d in inthe intbe inthe
the collection of f additional facts factsfr t factsMr cts ctsrr
Mr fr HitoF has just received recelJ from G GB OB IiB
B Richardson Rlc ar ont the geologist t who wio V hgd h in ini Incharge incharge
i charge the work for the th government governmentsotne governmofttsome governmentsome
some advance sheets of the report that thatwill tbat1U thatwill
will 1U b bq < made ma While hlle Atrt Riter is not nott f1ptat hotat
at t liberty 1ibert to t make public any part partpf partpfthe pf pfthe pfthe
the information thus received In advance advanceof advnneat
of its ItsPubJlcatfon publication by U t1t jie government gOV Jrpel1t fie fieSQs 1esays e esays
says the report wit wilt ifngpiibtedly inr nc1 eibteiIr It toil sustain sustainhis 5itahti 5itahtihis
his position Itqsltf n that no brood rQQ SWJtItBIOB SWJtItBIOBq oojiftlujionB oojiftlujionBus
us to tho best method e d of utIlizing t the theunderground theumorgroiind
underground q nJ > etfo etfoe flow gap safely 5 eJ be nlra nlraat drawn drawnat orawilat
at this time timeMeanwhile tiR8lol1nwl1l1 timeMeanwhile
Meanwhile members of the city ilil ililministration d drninistrution dministration
ministration are proceeding = with the thework t theWork e eorle
work orle of Q providing ft water wat r eupnly that thatWill thltwlll thOtwill
Will not ext > t solely liol l in n the tb lmslluUi ItgipaJiegs ItgipaJiegsot ys ysof S Sr
of r men Bid B 114 for tho conduit that will wnlpring w willbring I Irlngthe
bring rlngthe the waters of Big Cottonwood Cottonwoodthe ju juthe fl flthe
the city clt are to be opened Sept sett 14 They Theyprovide Tt Theyprovide e eprovide
provide that the conduit shall bo DO finishfa finishfaby finish finishby finishiby
by July 16 IL 1906 iOO eo that It will nott nottnecessary no nonecessary noqecessary
necessary to theorize during durIn next yea s shot IIjot ahot
hot spell because tbwe wtll be water waterWoodbineday water9noogh Yat YatgnoQn
gnoQn for nil pllrf purQces purQcesWoodbine e eVoodbine
Woodbine Woodbineday day at Lagoon Friday FridayAn FtidayAu FridayAug
An Aug 25 2 2i
25vyjLL
i vyjLL VJLLTFACEFMUSIC VJLLTFACEFMUSICYM JLLT TEACH jviusic jviusicY M SIC SICM
Y YM M C Ar A to toEnter Enter En cr This Field pf pfViUIani qf1115r f flrtrii
1115r ti tion tionYtllIam n nitlIIam
ViUIani itlIIam A Wetzell W tzeU supervisor of ofmusi ormusi9
musi musi9 j ju jJ the p DlJqlic b lic schoolsyof school t jie ip h city oityof csitym cityhu
hu m been e J J1 curo4 r b tih 1hitnaeinent 1hitnaeinentof > t1J JiGtl1ent JiGtl1entot
of tlie the Y YI M C A A As tsI ti ingtruclor truclor of ofvocal ofvOCnlJl1URlc ofvocal
vocal vOCnlJl1URlc music uic anU QrdhaStialTdir Or QoT1oiltra14irtlctor ldStttlh4Ir ctor In mthe Inthe Inthe
the educaUonjirdepar educnUonjJl depwJlJlcnt tnientHlB o HItS work workwill workwill ork orkwlU
will include Instruction in the elements elementso elementsovpo elementsovooa1
o ovpo vvocal l mUflW inuMichorps horpe ° work Vor for or od odvaticed 1111va11c advatic
vaticed vatic d students and chorus work for forboys forbo forbos
boys boysIn bo s I
In n connection with the work of the theeducational thepdicationa1 I IdqcaUonl11
educational department there will be betory begtven betlven
gtven n Series oC lecture on the hl hlt lug lugtory
tory t ry of music and ttndmuscal musjbal InstrMmanJg InstrMmanJgthe
the great composers and their work workAnothwsfoature workAnotJreifouture workAnotheifoature
Anothwsfoature of the musical work of ofthe Qrthe ofthe
the association will be clubs organized organizedfor
for the study of speolal features af f mu musical musical musical ¬
sical work workC workC
C D Schottler will have charge of ofmandolin otmandolin ofmandolin
mandolin and guitar classes classesThese classesThese classesThese
These classes clubs and lectures lectur a pre oreopen preopen preopen
open to all members of Q the association associationThe ttSirociatJonThe snciatIonThe
The educational department begins beginsits beginsiUr beginslta
its work Oct 3 and all musical clagRee clagReewill clalJl classswill
will 111 meet m et on Wednesday Wc 1nesday < and Thursday Thursdayevenings ThurldltYcimlngs Thursdayevenings
evenings after that date dateStudents dateStudents dateStudents
Students in 1IJ1 H courses will be en enrolled enrolled enrolled ¬
rolled any time luring September SeptemberTO SeptemberTO SeptemberTO
TO BE BURIED SUNDAY SUNDAYMrs
Mrs Isabel Cameron Brown Will WtII6c WtII6cInt Be BeInterred Belntcrrcd
Interred Int r d in Mt t Olivet OlivetFuinsral 9Jivct 9JivctFUlf OIivctI3utttui
Fuinsral FUlf nf services s hfcesoor over fh thct ha remains lfmain < jf jfMrs t tlr f1rs
Mrs lr 1rs Isabel Cameron Brown wife pf pfformer I IfOrmel C Cornier
former ornier Senator Arthur Brown will be beheld baheld beheld
held at 3 oclock SWlda Sunday afternoon at atthofamily nttho attin
tho thofamily tin family residence 201 East South SouthTemple SouthTomple SouthTemple
Temple trOt ctroptInterment 5troatInterment
Interment will be in the th i family plot plotat plotut
at Mt 4t 1t Olivet cemetery cemeteryMETEOROLOGICAL cemeteryMETEOROOOSCAL
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METEOROLOGICAL tr1 REPORT REPORTYesterdays REPORTYesterdays REPORTYesterdays
Yesterdays Record at the Local Of Office OffIce Office ¬
fice of the Weather Bureau BureauMaximum BureauMaxJmum BureauMaximum
Maximum temperature 91 degrees de lees min mm ¬
imum temperature 63 degrees mean tem temperature temperutUr6 ternperature ¬
perature SI decrees which is 9 degrees degreesabova degrcQSQbOvQ degreesabove
above the normal Accumulated deficiency deficiencyoTtftpjoerature d ddficIenqytittwaoernture
oTtftpjoerature C t Derutur since tho first o oC the tliemonth U themonth e emonth
month JO deKreeB Accumulated deft deficiency do1cloncy deftciency ¬
ciency of o temperature tomJ raure sinae sind J Tan n nU 3 Iio
810 U io > decrees Total precipitation from 6 6p 6p 6p
p m to 6 p m 20 inch Acoumulatsd Acoumulatsdexcess Aooumulat AooumulatcXCCsot atceumulrttcdexcess
excess cXCCsot of DEttuiyltation Dt f lt4tion since lnae the first of f
the month 01 inch Accuinulatisd d ciC dfIcioy < t >
ficlono of preclpiufttlon since inc Jan I 31
TWO AUSTRIANS AUSTRIANSFQUN9 AU AUSTRIANSFUUND TRIANS TRIANSFOUNfJGUILTY
FQUN9 FOUNfJGUILTY FOUNfJGUILTYSyti GUILTY GUILTYSgtio
Sgtio and nd Basich Must t Answer AUswer fpV fpVBinghaii f1lBing uiirBingbaw
Binghaii Bing a1pahoOti Shooting ShootingCOIV1PANJQNS ShootingQQMFANiQN g gQO
COIV1PANJQNS COIV1PANJQNSVERpIQT QO M PAN I Q N n DI IS HAR HABGED HABGEDVERDIQT G EU EUV
VERpIQT V RQICT J J8FqFLASSAULT tFlqry FqR ASSAULT A AI T WITH WITHDEADLY WITHD WITHDEAD1Y
DEADLY D DEAD1Y ADL X WEAPON WEAPONwo V WEAPONWwo Ar9 N
170 wo Qt the four AMatjIa charged with withQQuiplicity withQQmpUclty withcOmplicity
cOmplicity in tho sptfotins ot1ng of I afayotte LafttotteChidester LafOyatteChidester > afayotteChldester
Chidester dqflvity d n1tJ > sheriff qt Blngham Blnghamlast IUn Bingitamlast ham ham68t
last March ware wlJre yesterday 1c torily found o ng BUilty BUiltyof giityof ilty iltyat
of assault with a deadly weapon w ftv npon nwhl1o nwhl1oe while whilethe whitethe
the e two others wore acquitted In pursM pursMance pu puance pursqauce
ance of instructions from Judge George GeorgeQ
Q ArmstrOnG ArmBtronsThe ArmstrOnGThe ArmstrongThe
The convicted men nen are lartin Sutlo and andYose andYose andYose
Yose Baalcli The T e four men were olrarsed olrarsedwith cll11fgcdwIth cimrgedwith
with assault with intent tQ commit com 1t n InJr murder ur urdar
dar The verdict Y rdlct name > apgault n lt with wl a adeadly ndBa adeadly
deadly dBa r weapon whIch i8 an included af affcnee affefWe offense
fcnee mder the statutes Sutio utio qnd nQ Ba Basloh Baslolt
sloh will appear aPP at for aenteuce anl nce at I t 10 oolooU oolooUnext ooluo11CXt ooluoinext
next Alonday AlondayButip Mon ttopdaySutil IlY IlYSuUp
Butip and nd Baeich will later bo tried t ted for forshuotlnp forBhooUn forshooting
shooting BhooUn into the t e heme q of e John Joht Hogdan Hogdantheir josdalltheir iogtiaiitheir
their feudal enemy > at Bingham BinghamTwp BinghaTWQ BinghuaniTwp
Twp Are Ar pischarged pischargedJudge pis Pisargdjudge h rg f fJudge
Judge Armstrong instructed th the jury to tobring toMng tobeing
bring in a verdict YQr Uet ot acquittal acqult l In the theoaaes thoOlWes thponues
oaaes of nton Tamyrovic r and JlIl t GurU CSurgoBtarcevic Gurgotarcevic j
Btarcevic as there was no evidence evidenceagainst 6vl evidenceagainst encp encpnifainfit
against them themclosed themrSUments themArguentS
rSUments Qf f attorneys s In the 8 ges gesclosed es esoto
closed oto > ed at 1130yesterday 1130 YCsterdur yesterday forenoon The Thejqry Thejury I he hejury
jury remained out until untir a few minute minuteebefore minutelJ3fore minutesbefore
before 4 oclock clQc Outside of the necessary necessaryofficers neccs pecesSarYoftices ary aryOtt1C8J1i
officers and an t the defendants less 1 thS thShslf th thta thhalf
half a dozen I persons wore present p eeent e en eJlQUJJctd in n the thecourt thecourt
court ta room when b n the fho fhorSf verdict rSf was n an announced anpounced ¬
pounced The four defendants sat in inrow a arow araw
row facing the th benoh bOIl ph They heard oar1 the thereading ther8tlUng therending
reading of the th verdict with impassive impassivef imI impasivefaces aiJOive aiJOiveloes >
f faces loes aes Jf they pnderstqod pnd rfltQo its purport they theygave theygave theygave
gave no sign After coijrj conr adjourned and andTomyrovlc ap apTomyrovlc attTornyrovlc
Tomyrovlc and Stareevlc Starc Sta eevie lc were W Te congratu congratulated congratulated congratuIated ¬
lated by sotneof the officers ofiC r Basich cov covered covd ccvered ¬
ered d hitS eybp eyti with a handkerchief Thosewho those thosep Those ThoBewho
who expected a diryilwy of emotion were werehandkerchief weredisappointed
disappointed p rf when 1u 1ur1 r1 the removal m of it ithandlierchlei the thehiandlterchtef
handkerchief showod that Basich h lud ludmerely ul ulmerely u umerely
merely been seeking to jcemove omovu some ob obstruction obBtruction b bstruction ¬
struction from his eye So far as out outward outwtird outward ¬
ward expression went the convicted men Hienmight JP8nmght menmIght
might nave been tie tIle JlC acquitted 1 ones ontJ or orthe orthe orthe
the acquitted aaq ltt8 t ones the convicted ones oneswhich oneswhich oneswhich
which is another way wa of saying none of ofthem ofthcm pftltem
them manifested feeling feelingThe fe feelingiYhe l1ng l1ngThe
The punishment for or thecrime the crime of which whlonSiitlo whlohSt whichStitlo
Siitlo St Uo and Bssich B sleh have 11 < 0 been b < um oonvlctod is isfive 18fIve s sIIve
five years yo rs In the penitentiary or JlOOO JlOOOfine SlJtIne 1115fine
fine or both fine < an n nihtimpPieonment nihtimpPieonmentCourt < imprisonment imprisonmentCourt mpli Onment Onmentourt
Court ourt Notes NotesHmiria NotesJlmtpa NotesJrnma
Hmiria Ancfcll was 1t given a divorce from fromLeonard fromIQOI1Qrq fromLeonard
Leonard Anaon nacH and Maud nll Hanson Lnbat Lnbatwas 1l1batliB jt4tt
was liB t granted gr nted a i divorce from rrQ John Labat Labatwith tabatwith Labatwith
with M a month HUmany and SO 50 attor attorneys attornos attorheys ¬
neys fees by Judge Armstrong yester yesterday ycterdiu yoserany ¬
day Both decrees < werfc rendered by d dfult Qe Qef tiefault °
fault fultJudge f faultJudge utt uttTudge
Judge Armstrong yestorday rendered a adecree ad adecree
decree d cree of foreclosure to cloQur and sale ale of real realestate realutute realcgtate
estate fSpcurity In the case cas of 2ions Sav Savings Savfngs SayIngs ¬
ings Bank B nlt t9rust Trust Just company vs Louisa LouisaOorillu LouieaCoCilla Dul a aCOklIIlL
Oorillu White hlte W L White and the Fhito FhitoCominisalun FIlItoCQlmnl FltttOConuxiiiisIun
Cominisalun CQlmnl ton company cowp nY The property con conslats conslHts consiets
slats of 10 by 8 rods on the northwest cor corner corner ocrner ¬
ner of lot C blQCjc 31 a 11 plat F and was waspledged waspledgl4d waspledgd
pledged tQ secure ecYr two notes given in inApril InApril inApril
April 1005 1OO Thenote The note to yXima UBa Bavinea BavineaBank t1lLyjngs1nIl ilavingitThink
Bank 1nIl Trust company was for W30035 W30035and 13093eanti 30135 30135nnt
and the th note to the ih Plato CpmmisBion CpmmisBioncompany cummissmoncornpany pmmhJsloncompaqf
company was for 13 4002 lh4Q62I HoreTHE 4002THE
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THE CLEANEST CLEANE T RESTAURANT RESTAURANTIn RESTAIJ ANT ANTIn
In Salt Lake and the best cooking pookingPairy cookingPairy ookin ookinpairy
Pairy Lunch Room J54 t 4 So o W V t Temple TempleREAL f TenpieRAI mple mpleII
II IIR I
REAL R AI ESTATE E T ATJ TRANSFERS TRANSFERSHannah TRANFR8IfliflilShl S SHIU1Ptth
Hannah Walton Vaiton to EJdward BdwarttWitlton T TWalton Talton
Walton alton land I nq septjon S jSJj 011 86 5 town township township townshilii
ship 1 south raji raic = e 1 I west tvestS 100 100Traoy 100JrJloy 100Trtioy
Traoy Q Cannon annou io Violet Ldveey Ldveeyland LivseyJfnd 1Jveoylaiiti
land section 11 townshiP 1 Isouth 1IQjth 1iciith
south range ran e 1 west westtTkrl5na 51000 51000larlsna OO OO1arisn
larlsna Hazen executrix XOCytl to the theTurn theTurnttreeJ theTurnreen
Turn TurnttreeJ reen Mlnlnsr Co claims claimsWeBt claimst claimseet
WeBt eet t Mountain 111nln n fj U UIiliant zOO zOOrnHam a30 a30VUHam
VUHam I lL t Barnoe to Harry E EStidham EStidham ii iiHLldIian
Stidham lot 00 > Wpak J t > 6acr 6acrplat 5nceplqt 5newpInt
plat A J ADavid CG1CO CG1CODavid 00100Davld
David L Murdoek to Emma Bur Burmeeten Bur1TJter Burmeeter
meeten block SB nat O Gc JW JWBmma 100Bmma OO OOEmma
Bmma Buripestsr to the Pacific PacificLumber PaaifioLumber afflo affloLumber
Lumber company part lot 3 3block JbloCk 1block
block is 6 plat 0 275000 275000Melvin ZIIiOOO1ieivin ifiOOOle1ln
Melvin D Wells Vcll tQ William S SHedgfiB SJe Shedges
hedges Je g68 lot I blQflk blQ 87 T Plut pl t A LOO LOOIXyrum LOOlLYr 100lLrnm
IXyrum lLYr m J Jensen to Orson W WT WRa WItawlins
T Ra Itawlins wHns 1 lets Ui 1C 16 andlel and onrl Id 5 11 blople lo 1 J JForest 4 4Forost 4Forest
Forest Pale PaleA 3SQO 3SQOA
A C Smoot SmoQ to t Th Thomas mSP Weely Weelyi WealyStewart ly lySteWQrt
i Stewart lot 1 block JQOk 1 S Sacre SacreM SacreIota acra acraplat cre creplat
plat > 39Bfl 39BflKato 6QOtQ °
Kato tQ M Hofatm to Ada Ag ilaaon ilaaonlota f 80n 80nlo
Iota lo s 13 ate tc blo bloh l eft t 41 U Arlington ArlingtonHeights ATHobtonGl MingtonJaighits
Heights JaighitsGloiit 54 54Glenn 50 50aUh
Glenn Gl fh K Bothwell ii i w iit to r Georpa G S9r8T T TMHUQU 1 1Maeoi1
MHUQU aUh lots 3 Pic l tp bl njpck 1t 1 1South 1South 1South
South Capitol avenue avenueBAR p tl n WT50 WT50BAR 1Ii50fI
fI fIBAR
BAR ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONAddress ASSO IATION IATIONAcJctrC
Address AcJctrC G Q on fTh Tn American AI11ri Uawyer UawyerYe8tcrdays lwycrVcgtcrdays wy r rYllat
Ye8tcrdays Yllat r ays Fpaturc FpaturcNarraganfeett FCFturcarrasansett FoatureNarraganSett
Narraganfeett Pier R I Aug A 84 84An 4 4An 4An
An address entiUod The American AmericanLawyer AmericanJrwYQr AmericanJ4twyqr
Lawyer delivered today by Alfred AlfredflneaHer AlfredHAl11 AlfredIIcmentay
HAl11 IIcmentay J1a ot Boston In 1 which the theIIneRk thesneaker
sneaker IIneRk r touched UPOP many topics of ofinterest ofInterot ofInterest
interest to the thehegal legal le l profession proo5 loJl was v S the tbofeature tllof thefeatura
feature f featura atur of t the seopnj days aty nys session IS Ion ot otthe ottl1o ofthe
the American JmarJ nbl1r bar aHSpoiittio aHSpoiittioTha ajatrniu4ioiirla IiPolt lo lorho
Tha recommendation of th the commit committee ¬
tee on international law that the t o asso association a1l60clnt1on assocIittio ¬
ciation cIittio oppose the repeal by congress congressof con ocugresaof r8Ss r8Ssof
of the present bankruptcy law wia wiaadopted WI6adopted wi8adopted
adopted A minority mJn rlty report by Walter WalterIT Yttlte YttlteIf Valtetii
IT Logan of New York urged the theadoption thendoTitJon theadoition
adoption of a resolution whieh pro propogad praDO propod
pod DO two specific sp lfic remedies for unlaw unlawful unlJiwtul unlawtul ¬
tul combinations which my ma threatun threatancommerce threatunconunerce threatunoomrnorce
commerce one being the extensIon of ofthe orthe ofthe
the equity jurisdiction of the SliermftJi SliermftJiantitrust Sharml1JntJtrust ShermgpntItrust
antitrust law the other the taxation taxationof ta atlon atlonot
of corporation COIJ or JitloO at pn fl Increasing moo ratoin mooIn ratein
in proportion tp capital CIUJIt iJded Wlj adedMIZE iJdedMiZE d dC dMIZE
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MiZE 1Yi MUfDRMYSTERY MUfDRMYSTERYChic ViUpDER D R IVIYSTERY IVIYSTERYChicago MY TE
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Chic Chicago go jo police oJJc Unable Un blc to Gain G in the theChicago thelJghtest the8ItIitest
lJghtest Clue ClueChlcqgo ClueChIego
Chicago Aug 24 34The 4 The 1e murder of E EF EF EF
F Mipo MI 1i Q la etlll IWIl1nsolvtq unsolved by y the t e police policeand poUceand polleeand
and all former clues including that thatcentering that thatcentering thatcentering
centering around William Bracey the thenegro theneglO thenegro
negro who was arrcsjted orrc d bn suspicion suspicionhave uspiclonhave uap1cionhave
have been abandoned Rblln 1opU < Bracsy was re released Teloosed yeleased ¬
leased tonight after he had satisfactor satisfactorily satiafantoily ¬
ily explained his whereabouts on the thenight thenight thenight
night of the murder No additional ar arrests arrests arrests ¬
rests have boen ma4e and the police policeare pulicearo policeare
are without evidence that may load to toany toan toany
any anyBIG an
0 a I IBIG IBIG
BIG HORN BASIN EXCURSION EXCURSIONRound EXCURSIONRound
Round Trip Trip30OO Trip30OOrho 3OQO 3OQOThe
The Colorado Midland railway In Inconnection Innn inCQllfleCtiOli
connection nn eUon with wJlhlhe the Rio Grande Wept Weptorn Wcgtem Vc t torn
orn em and the Chicago Cqlc go Burlington BurlingtonQuinoy Burh1ngtnQuiney Ii IiQuincy
Quincy will sell tickets tfck hJ Sept f to FrAn FrftHnle FrAnnle Franrile
nle Garland and Cody Wyp and re return t tturn ycturn ¬
turn good for forthlrty thirty days at the rate ratexf ratet rateQt
xf Qt t no 30 Thh will be the only excursion excursionto excu11lJonto
to those points this yoar and anyone anyonewishing an anyonewishing onc oncwlshlnl
wishing to visit that country should shouldtake shouldtake shouldtake
take advantage of this rate rate The finest finestagricultural finostagrloultural finestagrultura1
agricultural country in Wyoming is in inthe Inthe inthe
the Big Horn basin boeiuWrite basinWrite basinWrite
Write for or book on the Big Horn basin baaincountry baa basincountry in incountry
country and all particulars relative to tothe tothe tothe
the trip to L H Harding 77 West Sec Second Second Seeond ¬
ond South street SaltLake Salt Lake City CityLAST CityLAST CityLAST
LAST EXCURSIONNORTH EXCURSIOrNORTHSaturday EXCURSIONNORTHSilturday
Saturday Sept 2 2Vla 2Via 2Via
Via Oregon Short Line Thex Thexusual Th The usual usualgreatly usualgreatly usualgreatly
greatly reduced excursion ratafe willprevail Jillpreywl will iylllprevail
prevail See agents for or further partlc partlculars pnrticulars partleulars
ulars City ticket tioli t office 201 Main st stT stAJ atY
AJ Y T it > r C A day d y Lagoon Saturday SaturdayAUS SatuldJtYVoo
AUS Au 25 26Wodb1ue G jtv YiSiYT YiSiYTWoodbine f >
Woodbine Voo blu day y at n zit LasooA Friday lril irilsyt l lAll
All t 25
aJGtOJBlignamHays aJGtOJBlignamHaysMANYPHYSIOIANSPRESC IkJc1orBiigam Sags SagsMANY
MANY MANYPHYSIOIANSPRESC PHYSIPIANS PRYIjANS PRES5WBI FREQR1BELycJi PRES5WBILysli RIRE RIRELydi
Lysli g5 Pjnkhams PjnkhamsVegetable Ifnkh IfnkhVetallie PinkbVegatahi
Vegetable Qqniftcurnl QqniftcurnlPmkhama OqnJp OqniponJThq UIHI t tThe
The wonderful Iwer of Xydia E EPinkhams EPinkhains
Pmkhama Vegetable Compound ov ovthe over overthe overthe <
the diseases of womankind is not l lcause le lecause bicause
cause it is a stimulant not because becau e it itis itis itis
is a palliative but simply becatabc it 1 i itho ithe < J Jthe
the most nst wonderful tonic ton and rec07u rC9a rC9astructor rcdwstructor > I Istructor
structor ever discovered to act directly directlyupon directlyupon 1 1upon
upon the generative organs org ns positively positivelycuring posithclycl1rittg positivelycurhgdisease
curing curhgdisease disease and restoring health and andvigor andvigo andvigor
vigor vigorMarvelous vigoN vigorMarvelous >
Marvelous N tVelaus cures are reported r port irqm irqmaliparts irqlJ1allpwt Iropiallpavta
aliparts of the country eountrybyvomen by bywomenwho bywomenwhohave women who whohave whohave
have been cured trained nurses whohave whohave who whohave
have witnessed cures and physicians physicianswho physiciansWhQ physiciansivho
who have repognized the tn virtue vir g gf gfLydia qfLydia f fLydia
Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable Com Compound C COrnpound m mponnd ¬
pound and are fair air enough to give givecredit g givecredit 7 7credit
credit where it is due dueIf dueIf dueIf
If physicians dared to be b frank and andopen andopen an4open
open hundreds of them thcmwouldachuowl thcmwouldachuowledge would acknowl acknowledge ¬
edge that th t they constantly prescribe prescribeLydia prescribeLydia prescrhbeLydia
Lydia E Pinkhams Pi pattJ Vegetable VegetJ lc Com Compound GqpPPHHI Cgpppiunci ¬
pound in severe evor pases of female ills as asthey a atlwy sthey
they know naw Py py experience eXlJ ric ceit it ctiii c m be er erlib re reIjpd rolUid
Ijpd lib upon to effect a cure The T4 follow iqllpwincr fo followlug lpv lpvIng
lug letter l tter proves it itDr it itDr itDr
Dr 8 XC C Brigham Dr lla x of > f 4 Brigham BrighamPark arj BrighamI1ark am amP
Park P = 11i Fitchburg Mass writes writesIt
I It gives me groat pleasure to say that I Ihove IlIl1vo Ihave
hove found Iydla J y a Pinkliams r am i Vegetable VegetableCompound VegetQ1eCompoUJ1d VegetableCampotinti
Compound very v ry efficacious efTi iols and often ften pre prescribe ETeril1 progeribe ¬
scribe ril1 it in my practice pra ttce for teni female e difficulties difficultiesMy difll uIties uItiesMy
4 My oldest daughter found it itvery very benefi beneficial b neficial bane banecml ¬
cial for uterine trouble some so e time ago U no Q and my inyyoungest myypungt myyoungest
youngest ypungt > t daughter d 1tg fer is now taking t kI it for l a fe female faWOlqJ topwettkpess ¬
male weakness WOlqJ and apdis ja surely l y gaining in health healtham healthan4strength th thami
ami strengthHIfreeJy an4strength am strength strengthI
HIfreeJy I freely advocate adv advOcatcitas mteitas < it as a most mostrelia mostreliablespo mostreliablespotific reliable espo espotific spe specific ¬
tific in all diseases tq which women are sub subject mtbject gujject ¬
ject and give givoit it honest endorsement endorsementWomen anoysmepiiWomep u uVprqeIl
Women who w are am troubled t with pain painfill paint1 painfill
fill t1 or irregular ilre irregularuucustruation l r menstruation bloating bloatingor loutipgQr
or flatulence flatulence1 et leucorrhaja leucQub a falling f Uing in inflamraatioa
flamraatioa or ulceration of oftpe the uterus uterusovarian qtert1ovarinn pterpsovarian
ovarian troUbles that hearingdowji hearingdowjifeeling bearipgQ bearingdownfeeling Wll Wllfeeling
feeling dizziness qir ncsa faiptness indiges indigestion indigestion indigestion ¬
tion nervous prostration or the blues bluesshould bluesshould bluesshould
should take immediate action to ward wardOff ward9ff wardff
Off ff the serious consequences and be berestored berc beyestorixi
restored rc torcd to perfect perfc t health and atJ strength strengthby strengty
by y talcing Lydia EJ I Pinkliams Vegeta Vegetable VegetableCQ1ppoupd VegetableCoippoupti ¬
ble bleCQ1ppoupd Compound and then tb n write to Mrs MrsPinkham MrsPht Frs FrsPilharn
Pinkham Pht alI at t Lynn Mass for further furtherfree furtherfree I
free advice Np living person has 1a had hadI badj badjthe badthe
I the benefit b neflt of a wider experience in intreating intreating I
treating female ills She has guided guidedthousands guidedthousands I Ithousands
thousands to health Eyery guttering gutteringwoman nutferingwoman utreriniwoman
woman should f ask for and am follow her heradvice herdviQt horacivico
advice if she sh wants w ts to be strong and andwell i andel1 d dwell
well wellI el1
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ciggr cgr that th t hgs lHl made pupji a alarge qlarge alarge
large and pronounced success tiU C in inlilontana 1 1qQnttma intontona
lilontana is lstlQW 1iQv qamod alr d by up upin U usin
in five different qiffel nt sij68 sij68Tlie siiiBaIUV citiesrtriiwrt
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elties we are re showing showjI1 sTiowi We Weliave We1ave Wehave
have separate cakes in bojces bojcesthat bo bocesthat es esthat
that mgy be e iicd sed d ag isIong long as asthe asthe asthe
the soap protecting the wash washstand wqshsta1Jd washstaijd
stand or dresser dr sser and and keening keeningthe keepinthe keepingthe
the soap so p in excellent e ceUent condition conditionThe cQnditionTl161aok8J cop4jfonT1iepaokao
The Tl161aok8J paoKage fs a dainty d b1ty and at attractive t tgijve ttiactive ¬
tractive gijve and tho soap 5Q P may he hehad pellRd bChad
had in fqur Q1n odprg Qdpf6rolicviolct Qdpf6rolicviolctlilac qdprroge rose violet violetlilac violetlilac
lilac and sandalwood sandalw sandalwoOdprice od The Theprice Th Thprice
price is 25 2 cent centfi for two indi individual individual jdividual ¬
vidual boxes boxesWHE5 bo boxesSCHRAMS es esSCRAMMS
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ant tq become brittle and to break off offBtubby PttsfU offstubby
stubby sfU Y here and there This Th makes a ahulrdrossing aJalrdro8slng ahairdressing
hairdressing almost a necessity neccli lty especi especially e5pec1p1Jy eapeciaijy ¬
ally to ladies In using a hair dressing dressingwhy
why not get the best one that thatcombln thatcomblnwith combin00with combines combineswith
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