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THE SALT LAKE HERALD THURSDAY FEBRUARY 22 1906 3
RAISE 8T STANDARD STANDARDOF ANDARDOF
> OF UNIVERSITY UNIVERSITYFaculty
Faculty Outlines a Plan to Eliminate EliminateHigh EliminateHigh Eliminaterngh
p
High School Course Next NextYear NextYear NextYear
Year YearFOR YearFOR YearV
V FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SCHOOLSTUDENTS SCHbOLSTUDENTS SCHOOLSTUDENTS
STUDENTS MAY PRACTICE IN INTEACHING INTEACHING INTEACHING
TEACHING HIGHER GRADES GRADESThe GRADESThe GRADESThe
The move of the university faculty facultyto
to eliminate all high school and pre preparatory preparatory preparatory ¬
paratory work at the university is well wellunder wellunder wellunder
under way At the last faculty meet meeting meetIng meeting ¬
ing a committee consisting of Profes Professors Professors Professors ¬
sors William M Stewart Byron ByronOummings Byroneummings ByronCummings
Cummings George G Coray and Dr DrJ DrJ DrJ
J F Merrill who were appointed to toinvestigate toinvestigate toinvestigate
investigate the advisability of such a amove amove amove
move reported report d unanimously in favor favorof favorof favorof
of abolishing the high and normal normalschool normalschoo normalschool
school preparatory work at the begin beginning beginDingo beginrung ¬
rung Dingo of the coming year yearThis yearThis yearThis
This committee was appointed some somemonths somemonths somemonths
months ago and since that time a thor thorough thorough thorough ¬
ough survey of the high school facil facilities facilities facliitles ¬
ities of the state has been made It Ithas Ithas Ithas
has been found that a sufficient num number numb number ¬
ber b r of high schools are being started startedin
in the state to accommodate all stu students students students ¬
dents who wish a secondary education educationSome educationSome educatIonSome
Some fifteen high schools have been beenstarted beenstarted beenstarted
started within the last year Many of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them offer only one or two years as asyet asyet asyet
yet but they will answer the demands demandsat
at present With this assurance the theuniversity theuniversity theuniversity
university faculty committee feels that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the time which has been be n looked for forward forward forward ¬
ward to with great desire by both the theentire theentire theentire
entire faculty and student body for forthe forthe forthe
the abolishing of all except college collegework collegework collegework
work from the university has now nowcome nowcorne nowcome
come and that it can be done without withoutinjury withoutinjury withoutinjury
injury to the educational system of the thestate thestatp thestate
state
Secondary Training School SchoolThe SchoolThe SchoolThe
The report includes a provision for forestablishing forestablishing forestablishing
establishing a secondary training trainingschool trainingschool trainingschool
school similar to the elementary one onenow onenow oneriov
now connected with the university universityThe universityThe universityThe
The provisions are that beginning with withnext withnext withnext
next year the first year normal and andthe andthe andthe
the second year preparatory work shall shallTie shallbe shallbe
be dropped and that each year follow following foUowing following ¬
ing one year of work be dropped until untilall untilaU untilall
all the high school and ail the normal normalschool normalschool normalschool
school course except the fourth and andfifth andfifth andfifth
fifth years is done away with withThis withThis withThis
This would necessitate every student studententering stu studententering lent lententering
entering any department of the uni university university university ¬
versity to have completed a course of ofstudy otstudy ofstudy
study equal to that given in the high highschools highschools highsehools
schools of the state The normal school schoolwould schoolwould schoolwould
would continue to offer two courses coursesone coursesone coursesone
one consisting of two years work en entitling entitling entitling ¬
titling the student to a fiveyear fiv year gram grammar grammar gramroar ¬
mar grade certificate and the other otherconsisting otherconsisting otherconsisting
consisting of four years work and en entitling entitling entitling ¬
titling the student to a state high highschool highschool highschool
school diploma diplomaAdd diDlomaAdd diplomaAdd
Add to Training School SchoolIt
It is also proposed to add one year yearto Jcarto yearto
to the training school next year and andone andone andone
one each succeeding year until a regu regular regu1ar regular ¬
lar high school course is offered The Theobject Thebjeet Theobject
object Is not to rival any high school schoolbut schoolbut schoolbut
but to provide a secondary training trainingschool trainingshool trainingschool
school for the studehts taking out a ahigh ahigh ahigh
high school diploma There Is at pres present present present ¬
ent no secondary training school at the theuniversity theuniversity theI
I university and it is regarded as nec necessary necessatJ necessary ¬
essary that the candidates for high highschool hi highschool h hschool
school diplomas practice on the regular regularuniversity regularuniversity regularuniversity
university students The number of ofstudents orstudents ofstudents
students admitted to the he secondary secondaryschool secondaryschool secondaryschool
school will be limited to the numbpr numbprin
in the present elementary school schoolIt
It is provided that all students who whoare whoare whoare
are granted scholarships from the thecounties thecounties thecounties
counties and those who pass from the theelementary thelementary theelementary
elementary training school shall be begiven begiven begiven
given a preference By giving the prer preference prererence prererence ¬
erence to those who have passed passedthrough passedthrough passedthrough
through the elementary school a basis basiswill basiswlll basiswill
will be provided of judging as to the themerits themerits themerits
merits of the training school methods methodsas
as the student would then pass through throughall
all the grades and the high school schoolcourses schoolcourses schoolcourses
courses under the direction of the thetraining thetraining thetraining
training teachers teachersProfessor teachersProfessor teachersProfessor
Professor Stewarts Views ViewsProC ViewsProf ViewsProf
Prof TV v M 1 Stewart chairman of the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee appointed for this purpose purposesaid purposesaid purposesaid
said saidUBy
saidBy
UBy By adding a fouryear high school schoolcourse schoolcourse schoolcourse
course to the training school as an ed educational educational educatlonal ¬
ucational laboratory for the college collegenormals collegenormals collegenormals
normals and by dropping the high highschool highschool highschool
school work now given at the univer university unlversUy university ¬
sity we will not only strengthen the theuniversity theuniversity I Iuniversity
university proper but we will make makethe makethe makethe
the normal school one of the best In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the United States and the only one oneof oneof oneof
of its kind between the University of ofChicago ofhicago ofChicago
Chicago and the Pacific coast coastIt coastIt coastIt
It will place the Utah normal school schoolin schoolin
in rank with Teachers college of Co Columbia Columbia Columbia ¬
lumbia university unher ity and the normal normaltraining normaltraining normaltraining
training school of Chicago which are arethe arethe arethe
the only two schools of their kind in inthe inthe inthe
the United States The need for fortrained fortrained fortrained
trained high school teachers in Utah Utahfar Utahfar TJtahfar
far exceeds the supply According to toState toState toState
State Superintendent A C Nelson Nelsonthere Nelsonthere Nelsonthere
there were 175 incompetent teachers teachersplaced teacherspIaced teachersplaced
placed in the state last year for lack lackof lackof lackof
of better ones on s The state law provides providesthat provIdesthat providesthat
that no one can hold a position In a ahigh ahigh ahigh
high school Jho vho does not hold a state statehigh statehigh statehIgh
high school diploma yet because of a alack alack at
lack of such teachers the law is utter utterly utterly utterly ¬
t
ly disregarded disregardedFor I IFor 4 4For
For Separate Building BuildingIt
It is planned that by the time that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the four years of the secondary school schoolis
is established d that a separate building buildingwill buildingwlll buildingwill
will have been erected for the school schoolThen schoolThen schoolThen
Then expert secondary educators will willbe willbe willbe
be provided so that the student who whocompletes whocompletes whocompletes
completes the normal course will be beready beready beready
ready to enter the teaching world as ashigh ashigh ashigh
high school principals princi > als The facilities facilitiesoffered facilitiesoffered facilitiesoffered
offered for such work excel those of offered offered offered ¬
fered by almost any other school in inthat inthat inthat
that the student would also be in close closetouch closetouch closetouch
touch with the college work done in the theuniversity thcuniversity theuniversity
university proper properIf
If the plan suggested is adopted ado > ted bv bvthe bythe > v vthe
1 the faculty and there Is little doubt doubtbut doubtbut doubtI
I but that it will be Utah will soon be beorne become
1 come orne the center of education in the theRocky theRocky theRocky
Rocky mountain states as It would wouldsupply wouldsupply wouldsupply
supply teachers tea hers for all the schools of ofthps oft oft1e
thps t states statesOur t t8tesOur tes tesOur
Our Reputation ReputationOF
OF 53 YEARS YEARSis
is back of every bottle of Hostetters HostettersStomach HostettersStomach HostettersStomach
Stomach Bitters and stands as a astrong astrong astrong
strong guarantee of its wonderful wonderfulmerit wonderfulmErit wonderfulmcrit
merit Ifyour If your stomach is disordered disorderedliver disorderedliver disorderedliver
liver Inactive or kidneys weak one onebottle onebottle onebottle
bottle or of
ofHOSTETTERS HOSTETTERS HOSTETTERSwill
r I will do you a world of good Thou Thousands ThouFands ThouSt ¬
St sands have already been cured of such suchailments suchaIJments suchailments
ailments as Poor Appetite Indigestion IndigestionFlatulency IndigestionFlatulency IndigestionFlatulency
Flatulency Costiveness Dyspepsia DyspepsiaColds DyspepsiaColds DyspepsiaColds
Colds Grippe Female Ills and General GeneralDebility GeneralDeblllty GeneralDebility
Debility Dont fail to try it today
WILKINS S FLAYS FLAYSFRED FLAYSFRED
FRED J J1LEONARD J1LEONARDAttributes L LAttributes LEONARD LEONARDAthibutes
Attributes His Removal to o the Spite Sfpiteof pite piteof
of a Revengeful City CityContractor CityContraotor CityContracthr
Contractor ContractorHE ContraotorHE ContracthrHE
HE REFUSES REF SES TO QUIT JOB JOBCHAIRMAN JOBCHAIRMAN JOBCHAIRMAN
CHAIRMAN OF BOARD WILL BE BEFORCED BEFORCED BEFORCED
FORCED TO REMOVE RE RE4OVE OVE HIM HIMW HIMw 1 1w
W H Wilkins secretary of the theboard theboard theboard
board of public works yesterday with withdrew withdrew withdrew ¬
drew his letter of resignation which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he tendered to Chairman F 3 Leon Leonard Leonrd Leonard ¬
ard rd at the latters request a few days daysago daysago daysago
ago Mr Wilkins says that when his hisresignation hisresignation j jresignation
resignation was first requested he sup supposed supposed supposed ¬
posed It it was because his place was wasdesired wasdesired wasdesired
desired for an American party partyworker partyworker partyworker
worker Since then however he has haslearned haslearned haslearned
learned he declares that the enmity enmityof
of a contractor on city work Is respon responsible re3ponsible reponsible ¬
sible for Mr Leonards determination determinationto
to remove him The contractor in inquestion inquestion Inquestion
question is P P Ford between whom whomand whom8ld whomaid
and Mr Wilkins there Is a feud feudWhat feudWhat feudWhat
What Wilkins Says SaysMr SaysIr SaysMr
Mr Ir Wilkins letter to Chairman ChairmanLeonard ChairmanLeonard ChaIrmanLeonard
Leonard withdrawing his resignation resignationis
is as follows followsAbout followsAbout followsAbout
About Feb 1 in a conversation conversationwith conversationwith conversationwith
with you In relation to a newspaper newspaperarticle newspaperarticle newspaperarticle
article headed Wilkins will hold on onto onto onto
to his job I had the honor of tender tendering tendering tenderIng ¬
ing you my resignation of such job for forthe forthe forthe
the following reasons which I then as assigned assigned assigned ¬
signed to you youFirst youFirstThe youFirstThe
First FirstThe The article did not correctly correctlystate corr correctlystate ct1y ct1ystate
state my position and was unauthor unauthorized unauthorized unauthorised ¬
ized izedSecond
Second SecondI I desired to relieve you of ofany ofany ofany
any possible embarrassment which whichmight whihmight whichmight
might arise from the fact that I did didnot didnot didnot
not support the present administration administrationduring administrationduring administrationduring
during the last campaign campaignIn
In said interview you assured me mehowever mehowever mehowever
however as a man who never says a athing athing athing
thing unless he means it that I was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not to pay any attention to the article articlein
in question that I was not feel in the theslightest theslightest theslightest
slightest degree any embarrassment embarrassmenton
on the contrary before assuming the theduties thed theduties
duties d ties and responsibilities of your yourposition yourposition yourposition
position you had made sufficient in inquiries inquiries Inquiries ¬
quiries on the subject and had decided decidednot decidednot decIdednot
not to make any change in the theposition theposition theposition
position of clerk of the board of public publicworks publicworks publicworks
works and therefore desirea co 0 retain retainme retainme retainme
me in said position which conclusion conclusionI
I then stated to you would be agree agreeable agreeabIe agreeable ¬
able to me and the said resignation resignationthen
then offered was not accepted Your Yourposition Yourpositi YourpositIon
position positi n In this respect you also stated statedto
to others openly and publicly publiclyMayor publiclyMayor publiclyMayor
Mayor WantedHis Scalp ScalpI i iOIl
OIl I was therefore greatly surprised s rprised to tohear tohear tohear
hear you state on the 15th of February Februaryor
or in less than two weeks that there thereIs
Is considerable criticism in regard to tomy tomy tomy
my retaining you In this position from fromthe fromthe i ithe
the members of the board for which whichlatter whichlatter whichlatter
latter I do not care but the mayor mayorexpressed mayorexpressed mayorexpressed
expressed himself along the same line lineyesterday lineyesterday lineyesterday
yesterday and I cannot stand against againstthe
the influence of the mayor mayorBelieving mayorBelieving mayorBelieving
Believing that this opposition to me meand meand meand
and pressure for my resignation came camefrom cametrom camefrom
from political sources and for bona fide fidepolitical fidepolitical fidepolitical
political reasons I assured you at once oncethat oncethat oncethat
that my attitude as to causing you youembarrassment youembarrassment youembarrassment
embarrassment for such reasons was wasunchanged wasunchanged wasunchanged
unchanged and I therefore tendered tenderedyou tenderedou tenderedyou
you ou my resignation the same to take takeeffect takeeffect takeeffect
effect April 1 1I 1OIl 1I
OIl I think I have sufficiently suffici ntly outlined outlinedour
our various conversations on this sub subject subject subject ¬
ject to make it apparent that it was wasfrom Wa3from wasfrom
from possible embarrassment RE RESULTING R RSULTING RSULTING ¬
SULTING FROM MY PARTY AF AFFILIATIONS AFFILIATIONS AFFILIATIONS ¬
FILIATIONS DURING THE CAM CAMPAIGN cA1 cA1PAIGN CAMPAIGN ¬
PAIGN that I was anxious to relieve relieveyou relieveyou relieveyou
you and for this thisreason reason I unhesita unhesitatingly unhesitatingly unhesitatingly ¬
tingly tendered my resignation as asstated asstated asstated
stated I have since learned however howeverthat howeverthat howeverthat
that unwittingly I believe so far as asyou asyou asyou
you are concerned the party affilia affiliations affiliations affihiations ¬
tions allegation Is ostensible merely merelyand mer merelyand ly lyand
and is but a sham and a pretense to tocover tocover tocovetS
cover up and conceal the actual rea reason reason reason ¬
son which results from the open and andrevengeful andrevengeful andrevengeful
revengeful efforts of a city contractor contractordisappointed contractordlsapp contractordisappofnted
disappointed dlsapp nted in repeated instances s in inobtaining Inobtaining Inobtaining
obtaining extras unwarranted by his hiscontracts hiscontracts hiscontracts
contracts and not justified by any anyconsideration anyconsideration anyconsideration
consideration of the interests of the thetaxpayers thetaxpayers thetaxpayers
taxpayers of this city for which dis dispointment dispointment dispolntment
pointment he does me the honor of ofholding ofholding ofholding
holding me peronally responsible responsibleContractor responsibleContractor responsibleContractor
Contractor Made Threats ThreatsThis ThreatsThis ThreatsThis
This state of affairs was unknown to tomeTc tome tome
meTc me t the time when you requested I Iforward Iforward Iforward
forward to you my resignation I had hadcontractors hadup hadup
up to that time considered all this on said saidcontractors saidcontractors
contractors part as threats or empty emptyboastings emptYboastlngs emptyboastings
boastings but I now learn that the theseized thechange thechange
change in the political situation has been beenseized beenseized
seized upon by him to further his own ownends ownends ownends
ends in this regard and thus accomplish accomplishhis
his revenge and It certainly seems to me methat methat methat
that his efforts should meet with a re rebuke rebuke rebuke ¬
buke frorp all the officials connected in inanvway Inanv Inany
with this administration as aswell asweil aswell
anvway any wa way
well as from all fair minded citizens citizensHowever citizensHowever citizensHowever
However that may be these facts to my mymind mymind mymind
mind change the entire situation and andslrea andmake andmake
make a different condition from that on onwhich onwhich
which I supposed my resignation was de desired desired
sired i 1 inereiore therefore 00 as I A = > ivi iviconversation Id to you ou in inconve inconversation
conversation conve aUon this morning hereby with withdraw withdraw withdraw ¬
draw the said resignation as I would not notfor notfor notfor
for a a moment contemplate acquiescing In Inthe inthe inthe
the wishes ishes of a disappointed and revenge revengeful revengeful revengeful ¬
ful contractor by resigning In accordance accordancewith accordancewith accordancewith
with his openly expressed desires desiresRoast desiresRoast desiresRoast
Roast for Contractor ContractorI
I shall regret very much if the with withdrawal withdrawal withdrawal ¬
drawal of this resignation should cause causeyou causeyou causeyou
you any temporary inconvenience but at atthe atthe atthe
the same time I cannot allow the said saidresignation saidresignation saidresignation
resignation to stand or to be acted upon uponI
I will say sa however that some time in inthe inthe inthe
the future when this mans pursuit of me mehas me mehas fiehas
has entirely ceased this subject may mayagain mayagain mayagain
again be taken up but at present I can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not believe that the honest endeavor of ofa ofa ofa
a public official to safeguard the Inter Interest Interest interest ¬
est of the taxpayer In the withholding withholdingof
of unwarranted extras as well as at attempting attempting attempting
tempting to enforce an honest completion completionof
of contract work should be looked upon uponas
as sufficient reason for anything but re rebuke rebuke rebuke ¬
buke to the contractor who represents the thesame thosame thesame
same as an evidence of his open and andavowed andarDwed andavowed
avowed enmity said contractor being beingknown beIngknown beingknown
known by all city officials as one wlio wliohas wh whhas wlwhas
has been at all times ingeniously at attempting attempting attempting ¬
tempting to evade the spirit and an letter letterof letterof letterof
of his said contract and having no fur further further further ¬
ther Interests in the welfare of this city citythan clbthan citythan
than any other nonresident nonresidentWill nonresIdentWill nonresidentWill
Will Probably Scalp Him HimIn HimIn HimIn
In city official circles it is believed believedthat belIevedthat believedthat
that Chairman Leonard will name a suc successor successor suecessor ¬
cessor to Mr Wilkins at the next meet meeting meeting meeting ¬
ing of the city council and that the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American majority In the council will willconfirm wiJIconfirm willconfirm
confirm the man thus named Mr Leon Leonard Leonard Leonard ¬
ard refuses to disclose who Mr Wilkins Wilkinssuccessor WIlkinssuccessor Wilkinssuccessor
successor will be but that he h intends to toremove toremove toremove
remove the present Incumbent there is isno isno Isno
no doubt doubtMANY doubtMANY doubtMANY
MANY COMING TO FAIR FAIRSeveral FAIRSeveral j jSeveral
Several eastern booking firms have havewritten havewritten havewritten
written Secretary H S Ensign in refer reference reference reference ¬
ence to booking attractions for the In Interstate interstate interstate ¬
terstate fair of 1907 The American Short ShortHorn ShortHorn ShortHorn
Horn Breeders association associat on of Chicago Chicagohas ChIcagohas Chicagohas
has also offered to duplicate any pre premium premium premium ¬
mium from 5500 ea to 1000 that the D A AM AM AM
M society elves ives for efcsss rh 3wssr dis disPlays displays displays
Plays
NEED OF MORE MORESTORES MORESTORES
STORES GREAT GREATSubject
Subject Is Brought Brou ht Up at Meeting of ofSalt ofSalt ofSalt
Salt lake Seal Estate As Association Association Association
sociation sociationBETTER sociationBETTER sociationBETTER
BETTER LIGHTING SYSTEM SYSTEMTHIS
THIS WILL BE AGITATED AT SPE SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL ¬
CIAL MEET NEXT MONTH MONTHThat MONTHat MONTHThat
That at there is a pressing need of ofmore ofmore ofmore
more stores in Salt Lake City of every everydescription everydescription everydescription
description was declared at the meet meeting meeting meetIng ¬
ing of the Salt Lake Real Estate asso association association assoelation ¬
ciation yesterdy afternoon This sub subject subject subject ¬
ject did not properly come under undercon underconsideratlon con consideration conslderatton ¬
sideration of the association but was wasagitated wasaqitated wasagitated
agitated Informally after other busi business business business ¬
ness matters had been disposed of ofOne ofOne ofOne
One realty agent intimated that thatany thatany thatany
any old kind of a store would rent rentwell rentwell rentwell
well at present He said never before beforeIn
In his experience had the need of store storespace storespace storespace
space been so great He said the de demand demand doinand ¬
mand was confined to no one class but butranged butranged butranged
ranged from stores which could be beused beused beused
used by business enterprises of modest modestdimensions modestdimensions modestdimensions
dimensions to large warehouses In Incidentally Incidentally Incidentally ¬
cidentally the need of modern fire fireproof fireproof fireproof ¬
proof buildings the kind that are fire fireproof fireproot fireproof ¬
proof in fact as well as name was wasgone wasgone wasgone
gone into intoAt intoAt intoAt
At yesterdays meeting several mat matters matters matters ¬
ters of importance to the city were werebroached werebroached werebroached
broached and it was announced at atadjournment atadjournment atadjournment
adjournment that a special meeting of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the association would be held the theevening theevening theevening
evening of Wednesday Feb 28 toconsider to toconsider toconsider
consider these further furtherIt
It Is understood that one is a propo proposition proposition propositlon ¬
sition put forward by A C Sadler for foran foran foran
an improved street lighting system systemThe systemThe systemThe
The plans which as yet are in em embryo embIo embryo ¬
bryo contemplate stringing sixty sixtycandle sixtycandle sixtycandle
candle power lamps on each side of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the street trolley wire poles to be used usedwherever usedwherever usedwherever
wherever possible It is pointed out outthat outthat outthat
that a more efficient effi ient lighting service servicewould servicewould servicewould
would lessen dangers to the individ individual individual individnal ¬
ual and to the city in the case of the thelatter thelatter i ilatter
latter reducing to a minimum chance chanceof I
of accidents for which the city would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be liable for damages damagesD
r 0 0D 0 J JD
D J SHARP COAL CO COTelephones COTelephones COTelephones
Telephones 719 73 Main street New Newstock Newstock Newstock
stock of Crested Butte anthracite all allsizes allsizes allsizes
sizes sizesD1IIIT sizesBUILT sizesBUfti
e
D1IIIT BUILT DUlLI Tfl TO ID IDLas INDIAN SPRINGS SPRINGSLas
Las Vegas Tonopah T Road RoadWill RoadWill RoadWill
Will Have Been Extended ExtendedThat ExtendedThat ExtendedThat
That Far by Feb 25 25The 25The 25The
The Las Vegas Tonopah railroad railroadwill railroadwlIl railroadswill
will have been built from Las Vegas Vegasto
to Indian Springs a distance of offortyfive offortyfive offortyfive
fortyfive miles by b Feb 25 and by byMarch byMarch byMarch
March 1 it will be in ODeration that thatfar thatfar thatfar
far Indian Springs is seventy miles milesfrom milesfrom milesfrom
from Bullfrog and the road will be beinto beinto beInto
into the latter place by May 1 1Goldfield 1Goldfield 1Goldfield
Goldfield the terminus of the Tono Tonopah Tonopah Tonopah ¬
pah road from the north is also sev seventy seventy sevcnty
enty miles from Bullfrog making the thehauling thehal1l1ng thehauling
hauling distance the same During a asingle asingle asingle
single day recently 9800 feet of track trackwas trackwas trackwas
was laid between Las Vegas and In Indian Indian Indian ¬
dian Springs and work is continuing continuingto
to progress rapidly rapidJyThe rapidIThe rapidlyThe
The MongomeryShoshone mine at atBullfrog atBullfrog atBullfrog
Bullfrog recently purchased by byCharles byCharles byCharles
Charles M f Schwab who has formed formedthe formedthe formedthe
the Shoshone Consolidated Mining Miningcmpany Miningcempany j jcompany
company is preparing to ship ore in inheavy inheavy inheavy
heavy quantities over the road as s soon soonas soonas soonas
as it is completed completedWEIGHING completedWEIGHING completedWEiGHING
WEIGHING THE MAILS MAILSSpecial MAILSSpecial MAILSSpecial
Special Employes Computing Price to toBe toBe toBe
Be Paid the Railroads RailroadsSan
San Francisco Feb 20 2OFour Four hundred hundredspecial hundredspecial hundredspecial
special employes today began the task taskof taskof taskof
of weighing the malls m ils carried in Califor California California Californm ¬
nia nm Idaho Washington Vashin on Oregon Utah Utahand Utahand Utahand
and the territories of Alaska and Ha Hawaii Hawaii Hawail ¬
waii for the purpose of fixing the com compensation compensation cornpensation ¬
pensation to be paid the railroads and andsteamship andsteamship andsteamship
steamship companies for the service In Inthis Inthis Inthis
this division the Southern Pacific com company company cornpany ¬
pany collects about 1300000 annually for forthis forthis forthis
this service The work of weighing will willconsume wi1lconsume willconsume
consume consume about 105 days daysRailroad daysRailroad daysRailroad
Railroad Notes NotesLocal NotesLocal NotesLocal I
Local railroad headquarters will wj close closetcday closetcday closetcday
tcday in observance of Washingtonbirth Washingtonsbirthday Washingtons Washingtonsbirthuay
birthday birth ay Holiday hours will be ob observed obsened observed ¬
served in ticket offices officesMrs officesMrs officesMrs
Mrs E W Childs and four children childrenpassed childrenpassed childrenpassed
passed through Salt Lake yesterday en enroute enroute enroute
route to Los Angeles Mrs lrs Childs is a adaughter adaught adaughter
daughter r of A O Bird traffic director directorof
of f the Gould lines In a a conversation conversationMrs
Mrs Ohllds said Mr Bird would resume resumehis resumehis resumehis
his duties April 1 He is recovering rap
Idly from his present illness illnessThe i1InessThe illnessThe
The ticket offices of the Salt Lake LakeRoute LakeRoute LakeRoute
Route will be moved from thrir pres present present preseat ¬
ent quarters on Second South Into the thenew thenew thenew
new Herald building In a day or two twoCounters twoCounters twoCounters
Counters and other furniture are being
installed hurriedly If possible the pas pasat passenger passenger
senger department d1partment will be doIng business businessat
at its new stand by Monday morning morningWestbound morningWestOO1md morningWestbound
Westbound trains are re running fifthJnd fifthJndtime Dphindtime iehlndtime
time owing to the unusual travel result resulting resu1ting resulting ¬
ing from the recent Inauguration Xf col colonist colonist coloflist ¬
onist rates Thousands of people are arecoming arecomIng arecoming
coming west on these th > se rates this year yearand yearand yearand
and a large proportion of them ate ar e pass passIng p passing
Ing through Salt Lake en oute to Cali California CaUfornia California ¬
fornia Oregon Short Line through throu h trains trainsare trainsare trainsare
are heavily loaded Rio Grande west westbound westbound westbound
bound No 5 was three thre hours late yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday This train and another regular regularwestbound reg regularwestbound lar larwestbound
westbound No No3 3 are running In two twosections twosections twosections
sections each eachUTAH eachUTAH eachUTAH
UTAH LITHOGRAPHING CO COHAVE COHAVE COHAVE
HAVE MOVED TO
45 and 47 Richards street Cunnington Cunnlngtonbuilding CunningtonbUlIding Cunningtonbuilding
building buildingBonds bUlIdingBonds buildingBonds
Bonds stock certificates and diplo diplomas diplomas diplomas ¬
mas Manufacturers of fine commer commercial commer commercial ¬
cial stationery Bank outfitting a a a spe specialty specialty apecialty ¬
cialty cialtyThe cialtyThe cialtyThe
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A water color showing American Fork Forkcanyon ForkcanroJ Forkcanyon
canyon in the spring after a rain has hasjust hasjust hasjust
just been b n finished by H L I A Culmer CulmerThe CulmerThe CulmerThe
The painting is 30x40 Inches Mr Culmer Culmerhas Culmerhas Culmerhas
has alsomade a water color of a scene scenealong scenealong scenealong
along the Rio Virgin VirginSixty VirginSixty VirginSixty
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Nurse NurseMrs NurseMrs Nurse3lrs
Mrs Winslows Soothing oothlng Syrup Is I the theprescription th thprescrIption tiieprescriptIon
prescription of cne or of the best female femaleEhyslcians femalephysicians femalephysicians
Ehyslcians physicians and nurses in the United UnJtedStates UnitedStatea Unitedtates
States tates and has been used for sixty years yearswith yearswith yearswith
with neverfalllngr success by millions of ofmothers otmothers oimothers
mothers for their children During the theprocess theprocess theprocess
process of teething fta ts value Is Incalcu Incalculable Incalculable incalculable ¬
lable It relieves the child from pain paincures paincures paincures
cures diarrhoea griping In the bowels bowelsand bowelsand boweisand
and wind colic By giving health to the thechild thechlld thechIld
child it rests the = mother Price 75 0 cents centsa
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METRIC SYSTEM SYSTEMGROWS SYSTEM6ROS
GROWS IN FAVOR FAVORI FAVORMerchants I
Merchants Professional Men and Ed Educators EdI EdIucators Educators ¬
ucators Join in Expressing ExpressingApproval Expressingpproval ExpressingApproval
Approval of It ItTO ItTO ItTOSAVE
TO TOSAVE SAVE TIME AND MONEY MONEYONLY MONEYONLY MONEYONLY
ONLY ONLY ONE ON BUSINESS MAN WHO WHOHAS WHOHAS WHOHASDOUBTS
HAS HASDOUBTS DOUBTS ABOUT PLAN PLANInterest PLANInterest PLANInterest
Interest in the adoption of the metric metricsystem metricsystem metricsystem
system of weights and measures as asagainst asagainst asagainst
against the system now used in the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States is growing in Salt Lake LakeMerchants LakeMerchants LakeMerchants
Merchants both wholesale and retail retailbankers retailbankers retailbankers
bankers and educators have expressed expressedtheir expressedtheir expressedtheir
their approval of the system All de declare dedare dedare ¬
clare dare the metric system will save time timeand timeand timeand
and money Educators are in favor of ofit ofit ofit
it because of the time saving to stu students students students ¬
dents Merchants favor it because of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the saving of time of employes and andI andthe andthe
I the simplicity of the system taken as a awhole awhole awhole
whole wholeA
A large petition of business men in inSalt inSalt inSalt
Salt Lake may maybe be prepared and forj forjwarded forrwarded for forwarded
warded to congress favoring faorin the adop adoption adoption adoption ¬
tion of the metric system systemSuperintendent sstemSuperintendent systemSuperintendent
Superintendent Nelson Favors F vors It ItThe ItThe ItThe
The metric system will mean a time timesaxing timesaving timesaving
saving of at least onetenth to all stu students students students ¬
dents if adopted in the United States Statessaid Statessaid Statessaid
said A C Nelson state superintendent superintendentof
of public instruction I believe the thebenefit thebenefit thebenefit
benefit will be greater for the merchants merchantsand merchantsand merchantsand
and business men generally I put the thestudents thestudents thestudents
students first because they are upper uppermost upper uppermost uppermost ¬
most in my m mind mindIf
If the metric principle which is isthe isthe isthe
the decimal principle is beneficial In Inthe Inthe Inth
the th monetary system of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States why is it not just as beneficial beneficialin
in all commercial branches I shall be beglad beglad beglad
glad when it Is adopted as the only onlysystem onlysystem onlysystem
system of measurement used in this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country countryI
I do not care to express any lengthy lengthyopinion lengthyopinion lengthyopinion
opinion as to the relative merits of the themetric t11emetric themetric
metric and the present system of o men mensuration mensuration mensuratlon ¬
suration said L H Farnsworth cash cashier cashier cashicr ¬
ier of Walker Bros bank yesterday yesterdayI
I suppose it is a good thing for mer merchants merchantsbut merchants ¬
chants chantsbut but I am not really qualified to tospeak tospeak tospeak
speak The decimal principle works worksbeautifully worksbeautifully i
beautifully in banks I believe it will willwork witll witllwork willwork
work fully as well ell in stores storesUniversity storesUniversity storesUniversity
University President for It ItI ItI ItI
I favor the metric system because becauseit
it is much more simple than the present presentsystem presentsystem presentsystem
system in use in the United States Statessaid Statessaid Statessaid
said J T Kingsbury president of the theUniversity theUniversity theUniversity
University of Utah yesterday uIt It has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been proved that the metric system is isthe isthe isthe
the better one in scientic experiments experimentsWhy experimentsWhy experimentsWhy
Why should not the metric system be beequally beequally beequally
equally good for commercial uses It Itwould Itwould Itwould
would mean a n saving all along the theline theline I Iu
line lineMost
u Most of the foreign goods now re received received received ¬
ceived in inSalt Salt Lake come marked in tile tliemetric tilemetric themetric
metric system If the same mensura mensuration mensuration mensuration ¬
tion were used in the United States Statesit
it would save time and money The Thebenefit Thpbenefit Thebenefit
benefit to the student is almost incal incalculable incalculable mealculable ¬
culable It seems that fourfifths of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the time now devoted to learning all allsorts allsorts allsorts
sorts of tables will be used for some something something something ¬
thing else The student will thus be beput beput beput
put ahead years in his ability to learn learnCity learnCity learnCity
City Chemists Views ViewsFor ViewsFor ViewsFor
For scientific purposes purposesyes yes for forcommercial forcommercial forcommercial
commercial purposes purpcsesno no is the man manner manner manner ¬
ner in which Herman Harms city citychemist citychemist citychemist
chemist epitomized his opinion I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have always favored the use of the themetric themetric themetric
metric system for scientific work I Iuse Iuse Iuse
use It almost constantly in my exper experiments experiments experiments ¬
iments It saves time and is accurate accuratesomething accuratesomething accuratesomething
something no other system can boast boastof boastof boastof
of Commercially the metric system systemwould systemwould systemwould
would entail a great gre t deal of annoyance annoyanceto
to business men Once established establishedhowever establishedhowever establishedhowever
however the workings of the system systemwould systemwould systemwould
would simplify matters greatly gr atly I ob object object object ¬
ject to the metric system commercially commerciallyfor
for no other reason than the annoy annoyance annoyance annoyance ¬
ance caused by the change from the theold theold theold
old to the new newFor newFor newFor
For the past three or four years yearssome yearssome yearssome
some some of the larger drug houses have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been attempting to establish the metric metricsystem metricsystem metricsystem
system commercially comm rcially One of these Is IsE IsE isE
E Rv R Squibb Sons This concern concerncould concerncould concerncould
could well afford to take the Inltltarve Inltltarvefor
for it is one of the biggest drug houses housesin
in the world Within the past mst tnree tnreemonths t tnreemonths ree reemonths
months I notice that Squibb Sons Sonsare Sonsare Sonsare
are going back to the old tables using usingtroy usingtroy usingtroy
troy and avoirdupois weights rather ratherthan ratherthan
than the metric units unitsWhat unitslhat unitsWhat
What Mr Marriott Says SaysI
I am in favor of the metric system systemand systemand systemand
and always have been said s < ld J J M MMarriott Marriott MNarriott
Marriott arriott I learned the good points pointsof
of metrology in Switzerland the coun country country country ¬
try of my m birth It seems strange that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the United States usually the first to tolead tolad tolead
lead desirable reforms Is so backward backwardin
in taking up the metric system systemWhen systemWhen systemWhen
When I was in England a short shorttime shorttime shorttime
time ago It took me over a month to toget to toget toget
get right on the monetary system systemover systemover systemover
over over there It took me twice as long longto
to te get right on the system of mensura mensuration mensuration mensuration ¬
tion used in America when I first came cameto cameto cameto
to this country With the metric sys system system systern ¬
tem it would be a simple matter for forany forany forany
any foreigner to come here and grasp graspmensuration graspmensuration graspmensuration
mensuration He would know what he hewas hewas hewas
was buying and in what quantities quantitiesThe q quantitiesThe antities antitiesliThe
The grocer and butcher would be beaffected beaffected beaffected
affected financially more than any anyother anyt anyother
other t er class by a change to the metric metricsystem metrisystem metricsystem
system Different scales would be benecessary bellf benecessary
necessary llf cessary and that means a good deal dealof dealof dealof
of money to a merchant If I were weresure weresure weresure
sure that the change would be made madesoon madesoon madescon
soon I should begin placing my orders ordersfor ordersfor ordersfor
for new scales at once onceI
I shall be glad to lend all my aid aidto aidto aidto
to any movement which has for its itsobject Itsobject itsobject
object a change from the present presentsystem presentsystem presentsystem
system of mensuration to that of the themetric themetric themetric
metric system There here are so many manygcod manygcod manygcod
gcod points In the metric system syst m that thatit thatit thatit
it would be hard for me to enumerate enumerateall
all of them themMarket th themMarket m mMarket
Market Man Against It ItI ItI ItI
I shall have to be shown all the thegcodpoints thegcod thegcod
gcodpoints gcod points of the metric system be before before before ¬
fore I shall be convinced that it will willbe willbe willbe
be better b tter for the United States thanthe than thanthe thanthe
the onenow one now in use said Thomas L LNipper LNipper LNipper
Nipper proprietor of the Palace Mar Market Market Market ¬
ket yesterday yesterd Y I suppose there are aremany aremanY aremany
many reasons why the system should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be used but are there not just as many mapyreEsons manyreasons manyreasons
reasons why a change should not be bemade bemade bemade
made I Ifavor favor reform to some sorri extent extentbut extentbut xtentbut
but I believe quick qul k changes are not notgood notgood notgood
good I am conservative In all things thingsand thingsand thingsand
and I want to be convinced beyond beyondany beyondany beyondany
any shadow of doubt that the metric metricsystem metricsstem metricsystem
system is the better one before I shall shallbe shallbe shallhe
be In favor of it After I have studied studiedthe studiedthe studiedthe
the matter over carefully I may of ofcourse ofccurse ofccurse
ccurse change my opinion for it is iscnly isnly Iscnly
cnly the fool who Is beyond reason reasonCommission reasonCommission reasonCommissIon
Commission merchants will wel welcome welcome welcome ¬
come the day that the metric system systemtakes systemtakes systemtakes
takes the place of r tue present pres ntsystem ntsystemof system systemof
of weights and measures said R E
Wilkinson secretary of the William M MBash MR MBash
Bash R h company yesterday uIt It would wouldsimplify wouldsimplify wouldsimplify
simplify matters for jobbers to be able ableto ableto ableto
to measure all product by one stand standard standerd standaid ¬
aid Only today a man came in and andtold andtold andtold
told me he had just received a report reportfrom reportfrom reportfrom
from one of his stores in the state in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which the item of 5000 pounds of pota potatoes potatoes potatoes ¬
toes appeared He wanted to reduce reducethe reducethe reducethe
the pounds of potatoes to bushels Of Ofcourse Ofcourse Ofcourse
course we had to sit down and figure figureout figureout figureout
out just how many bushels there were wereIn werein wereIn
In 5000 pounds of potatoes There is a adifferent adifferent adifferent
different number of pounds in a bushel bushelof
of every kind of vegetable We must musthave musthave musthave
have a long table telling what whatthese whatthesedUferences whatthesedifferences these thesedifferences
differences are or else we w are consid considered considered considered ¬
ered behind the times jVith the met metric metric metnc ¬
ric system this would not be necessary necessaryfor necessaryfor necessaryfor
for all vegetables would be measured measuredby
by one unit unitMARKETS nnitMARKETS unitMAREIS
MARKETS TO TOCIQSF CLOSE AT NOON NOONMerchants NOONMerchants NOONMerchants
Merchants Will Observe Holi Holiday Holiday HolidaylodayPrice ¬
day daylodayPrice Today T odayPrice Price of Meat Meatto Meatto Meatto
to Be Advanced AdvancedAll
All wholesale and retail markets will willclose wlllclose willclose
close today at noon This action was wasdetermined wasdetermine wasdetermined
determined upon by the retail and whole wholesale wholeSlle wholesale ¬
sale butchers yesterday The closing Is Isto s sto sto
to do honor to Washingtons birthday birthdayIt
It was rumored In wholesale circles circlesyesterday circlesyesterdaJ c1rcleyesterday
yesterday that an advance will be made madein madein madein
in meat prices within a few f w days Wholesalers whole wholesalers Vholesalers ¬
salers have detemined to make the ad advance advance advance ¬
vance to protect themselves them lves against the thepossible thepOssible thepossible
possible shipment from the state of meat meaton meaton meaton
on the hoof It is said the wholesale wholesaleprice wholesaleprice wholesaleprice
price of meat in Salt Lake is less than thanIn thanin thanIn
In any other western city Cattle Cattlemay Cattlema Cattlemay
may ma be shipped out i > ut of Salt Lake and andIn andIn andin
In fact the th whole state af a a profit to tothe tothe tothe
the raiser greater than the price now nowreceived nowreceived nowreceived
received To meet the price of 0 eastern easternmarkets easternmarkets easternmarkets
markets jobbers have decided to pay the theraisers theraisers theraisers
raisers a higher price for all meat The Theconsumer Theconsumer Theconsumer
consumer will ill therefore be L compelled to topay topay topay
pay more for meat than formerly formerlyRetailers formerlyRetailers formerlyRetailers
Retailers did not attempt to get in any anynew anynew anynew
new articles yesterday on account of the thehalf thehelf thehalf
half holiday today No new offerings offeringsWere offeringswere offeringswere
Were made by b any of the stalls along alongmarket alongmarket alongmarket
market row rowFruit rowFruit rowFruit
Fruit is still scarce Good oranges arc arcbringing ar arbringing arebringing
bringing from 30 O to 45 4 cents per dozen dozenFish dozenFish dozenFish
Fish prices are unchanged unchangedCALIFORNIA unc unciangedCALIFORNIA anged angedCALIFORNIA
CALIFORNIA RATES RATESTODAY RATESTODAYColonist RATESTODAYColonist TODAY TODAYColonist
Colonist rate of 2500 to San Fran Francisco Francisco Francisco ¬
cisco Los Angeles and intermediate intermediatepoints intermediatepoints intermediatepoints
points via the Salt Lake Route 17 17West 17West 17West
West 2nd South Phones 1986 1986ENGINEERS 1986r 1986ENGINEERS 1986ENGINEERSINSESSION
r
ENGINEERS ENGINEERSINSESSION ENGINEERSINSESSIONAre IN SESSION SESSIONAre
Are Considering Government Recla Reclamation Reclamati Reclamation ¬
mation mati on Work in This Section SectionGeorge SecfionGeorge SectionGeorge
George L Swerdscn A C Chanler J JH TH T TH
H Quinton and N C Sanders engineers engineersin
in charge of the construction work of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the reclamation department in this dis district district district ¬
trict were w r in conference yesterday aft afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
ernoon at Mr Swendsens offices officesThe offIcesTbe officesThe
The board is considering the prelimi preliminary pr preliminary imI imInary ¬
nary work already accomplished on the theStrawberry theStrawberry theStrawberry
Strawberry Valley Irrigation project All Allthe Allthe Allthe
the factors of its ts construction are to be bediscussed bediscussed bediscussed
discussed as well we as legal phases of the theorganization theorganization theorganization
organization of the water users associ association association associstion ¬
ation The board of engineers will hold holdanother hold3nother holdanother
another conference conf rpnce today todayTHE toda todaTHE todayTHE
THE VALUE OF CHARCOAL CHARCOALFew
Few People Know How Useful It Is Isin Isin 1 1in
in Preserving Health and Beauty BeautyNearly BeautyNearly BeautyNearly
Nearly everybody knows kno > s that charcoal charcoalis
is the safest and most efficient disinfect disinfectant disinfectant ¬
ant and purifier in nature but few real realize realize realize ¬
ize its value when taken into the human humansystem humanstem humansystem
system stem for the same cleansing purpose purposeCharcoal purposeCharcoal purposCharcoal
Charcoal is a remedy that the more you youtake youtake youtake
take of it the better it is not a drug at atall atall atall
all but simply absorbs the gases and im imnurities impurities Impuritles
nurities purities always present in the stomach stomachand stomachand Stomachand
and Intestines and carries them out of the theCharcoal th ths thestem
s stem stemCharcoal stemCharcoal
Charcoal sweetens the breath after aftersmoking aftcrsmoking aftersmoking
smoking drinking or after eating onions onionsand onionsand OaiOnand
and other odorous vegetables vegetablesCharcoal vegetablesCharcoal vegetablesCharcoal
Charcoal effectually clears and improves improvesthe
the complexion It whitens the teeth and andfurther andfurther andfurther
further acts as a natural and eminently eminentlysafe eminently8fe eminentlysafe
safe 8fe cathartic catharticIt
It absorbs the Injurious gases which whichcollectin whichcol1ectin whichcolleCtin
collectin the stomach and bowels it dis disinfects disinfects disInfects ¬
infects the mouth and throat from the thepoison thepoison tuepoison
poison of catarrh catarrhAll catarrhAll catarrhAll
All druggists sell charcoal In one form formor formor formor
or another but probably the best char charcoal charcoal charcoal ¬
coal and the most for the money mone is in inStuarts inStU1rts inStuarts
Stuarts Charcoal Lozenges they are arecomposed arecomposed arecomPOS
composed comPOS of th the finest powdered Willow Willowcharcoal Willowcharcoal Villowtharcoal
charcoal and other harmless antiseptics antisepticsIn
In tablet form or rather In the form of oflar oflar oflarge
lar large e pleasant tasting lozenges the char charcoal charcoal charcoal ¬
coal coal being mixed with honey honeyThe hone honeThe honeyThe
The daily use of these lozenges will soon soonfell soonteU soontell
fell in a much Improved condition of ofgezieral the thegeneral th thgeneral
general health better complexion sweeter sweeterbreaith sweeterbreaith sweeterbreath
breaith and purer blood bl < od and the beauty of ofi ofjt
i jt Is that no possible harm can result resultfrom resultfrom resultfrom
from from their continued use but on the thecontrary thecontrary thecontrary
contrary great benefit benefitA
A Buffalo physician ph siCJan In speaking sp aking of the thebenefit tl1ebEnefitg thebEnefits
benefit of charcoal says Uf I advise Stu Stuarts Stuarts Stuarts ¬
arts Charcoal Lozenges to all patients patientssuffering patientssuffering patientssufferiflgfrOm
suffering sufferiflgfrOm from gas in stomach and bowels bowelsand bowe13and bowelsand
and to clear the complexion ana purify purifythe purifythe purifythe
the breath mouth moutI and throat I also be believe beneve belleve ¬
lieve the e liver is greatly benefited by the thedally thedalJ thedaily
dally dalJ use of them they cost but 25 2 cents centsa
a box at drug stores and although in insome insome insome
some sense a patent preparation yet et I Ibelieve 1heUeve 1 1believe
believe I pet more and better charcoal m mStuarts mStuarts inStuarts
Stuarts Charcoal Lozenges than in any anyof anyof anyof
of the ordinary charcoal tablets tabletsPhysicians tabletsDrunkenness tabletsDrunkenness
Drunkenness DrunkennessPhysicians
Physicians pronounce drunken drunkenness
ness a disease of the nervous sys system system sysem ¬
tem em No will power can heal healthe hea1the healthe
the stomach membranes which whichhave whichhave whichhave
have been burned and seared by byalcohol byalcohQl byalcohol
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An n endless number of men have one or more of the above ab ve symptoms and drag cragfrom dragfrom dragfrom
from day to day In despair of a prosperous happy future and well they may for forIf forIt forIt
It neglected their health Is sure to be wrecked by a complete loss of physical physicalmental phy61calmental physicalmental
mental and sexual power powerMy pawerMy powerMy
My method completely and permanently revives manhood after aftercureall aftercureall aftercureall
cureall remedies and quickcure specialists fail to even benefit benefitOga benefitMy benefItMy
Oga My scientific systematic course of treatment for weak weakX weaknenOt1s weakc
X c 38fe nervous brokendown youths and men who have through throughfolly throughoI1y throughfolly
folly dissipation and excesses unfitted themselves for work workand workand workI
I and the enjoyment of life Is a system that has been beentested beentested beentested
tested many times over and proven entirely satisfactory in inevery inevery Inevery
every case It is totally different from the many sickening sickeningpllla sickeniIllpl113
0 pllla and tabI tablets ts and the stimulating stomachruining drugs drugsgiven drugsgiven drugsgiven
given by wouldbe specialists spe iallsts My 1I specific treatment for all allthe allthe allthe
the symptoms indicating Failing Manhood is harmless harmlessthough harmlensthough harmlessthough
though so effective as to remove them Immediately It is isconstitutional isonstitutlona1 iseonstitutIonal
constitutional therefore by b purifying and enriching the th thjlood thejlood
5 jlood strengthening the nervous system nourishing the tie tisues tieS
S J ues the patient becomes strong and healthy with all sIgIl sIgIlf signI
I ki I l trouble forever gone The treatment Is to the human sys system System ssI ¬
I tem what the sap is to the tree treeIt It buds energy ambition ambitionand ambitionand ambitionand
and confidence that leaf into a prime healthy vigorous vigorousfeeling vigorousfeellng vigorousL
L i feeling of new life lifeI UfeI
I treat and cure all such pelvic diseases as PILES FISTULA FIST RUPTURE
VARICOCELE HYDROCELE BLOOD POISON SKIN DISEASES SORES UL
CERS NERVOUS DECLINE and diseases of the KIDNEYS KID EYS BLADDER AND
PROSTATE My method of treating these diseases has proven so successful
that I guarantee a permanent cure in every case accepted and contract by a awritten awritten awritten
written Instrument to produce permanent and satisfactory results or refund money moneyIMPORTANT moneyI moneyIMPORTANTI
IMPORTANT I IMPORTANTI M PORT ANTI I will cure you for less money than you can b bj boo booi
j i treated treated for by any other specialist In Salt Lake You may have to come comoI comet0
I
I I to me sooner or later In inorder order to be properly cured why not before you youI youhave
t I have lost your money in doctoring with cheap unskilled specialists specialistsCURE specialistsCURE specialistsCURE
CURE OR NO CHARGE CHARGEABSOLUTELY ABSOLUTELY NO CHARGE UNLESS UNLESSSATISFACTION UNLESSISATISFACTION UNLESfSATISFACTION
ISATISFACTION SATISFACTION IS GIVEN Every patient Is given a written guarantee guaranteeto
1 to refund every dollar paid for services If they do not receive a corn oomjplete ccmplete cornplete
jplete plete lifelong cure and entire satisfaction and I have made a deposit depositjof depoaftof
jof of 50000 in the th bank to secure any contract that is not fulfilled fulfilledCONSULTATION fulfilledCONSULTATION fulfilledCONSULTATION
CONSULTATION FREE CONFIDENTIAL CO TFIDE TIAL AND A INVITED A peraonal
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