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ii THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH AUGUST 17 1909 1
UTAH Ii PRODUCTS PRODUCTSARE
ARE PROTECTED PROTECTEDTariff
Tariff Revision Shows Fair FairTreatment FairTreatment FairTreatment
Treatment of This State StateGenerally StateGenerally StateGenerally
Generally GenerallyAN
AN EFFICIENT DELEGATION DELEGATIONSENATOR
SENATOR SMOOT HAD MINUTE MINUTEDETAILS MINUTEDETAILS MINUTEDETAILS
DETAILS WELL MASTERED MASTEREDWashington MASTEREDWashington MASTEREDWa1iLngton
Washington Aug 16 16No No state in the theUnion t theTton e eUnion
Union had a more efficient delegation delegationIn
In Congress to protect Its interests dur during durIng durlug ¬
ing the th revision revl ton of the tariff than had hadVtah had4J had1j
4J 1j Vtah That its representatives did et etttctle etZctive
11 ttctle ctive work is shown by the favorable favorableduties favorableduties favorableduties
duties that were placed upon the prin principal principal principal ¬
cipal products of the state Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennylranla ¬
vania with her two senators and thirty thirtytwo thlrtytwo thirtytwo
two representatives her great influence influencethrough Influencethrough Influencethrough
through wealth and prestige fared far farAirse farwarse farw
Airse w re than Utah Her iron and steel her herglass berlass herglass
glass lass her coal and her oil all were wereciiHsred werehllged wereo1iged
ciiHsred to stand sweeping reductions in intariff Intarift intariff
tariff rates so radical in some Instances Instancestnit instancestnat Instancesthat
that it is predicted that her industries industrieswill
will be hard hit But Utahs products productscame
came I me through practically untouched and andTrying andarrylng andrryIng
< Trying rates which it is generally con conceded conCfdpd eontded ¬
ceded will provide ample protection to totiit totll totit
tit producers of that state stateThis atateThis stateThis
This result is due almost entirely to toth toth toth
th > effective work of Senators Smoot Smootand Smootand Smootnd
and nd Sutherland and Representative RepresentativeHowell
Howell Through their intelligent and andtireless andtirele andtireless
tireless s efforts the congress was induced inducedto
to t fix these rates and President Taft Tafttiod Tatttod Tafttjod
tiod for them The Utah delegation delegationruide delegationmade delegationmale
made itself felt in this legislation letri 1atlon and andulun andwhln andvhn
ulun the th extraordinary session ad adjourned adjtJurned adjtiurned ¬
journed had the satisfaction of know knowing knowIng knowIig ¬
ing that their constituents had been beenwell beenVU beenf
well cared for forSenate torSenate forSenate
f
Senate Made No Mistake MistakeThe
The work of this extra session gave gaveSfnator g8veSnator gaveScnator
Sfnator Smoot the opportunity to dem demormtnite demntrate demoritrate
ormtnite that the Senate had made no nomistake nomistake nomistake
mistake when it had voted him the theright theright theright
right to a seat in that body After pass passing passlng passIng ¬
ing triumphantly through the stormy stormyF stormyplriod stormypcriod
F plriod > nod when his seat was contested and andthe andthe andthe
the flood gates of bigotry blgot and venom venomtre venomHe venomere
ere opened against him Mr Smoot Smoottook Smoottook Smoottook
took up his duties as a senator and andriiodestly andrwdestly I
riiodestly but thoroughly carried them themcut themout I Iout
out His friends were confident that the theopportunity thepportunity I IJpportunit
opportunity for him to prove his h1 mettle mettleuould mettleould mettlewould
would ould come and It did come with the therev therevision therevision
rev revision islon of the tariff tariffLong taritfLong tariffLong
Long before the close of the second secondsession secondslion secondrcssion
session of the Sixtieth Congress s Chair Chairman ChaIrman Chairman ¬
man Aid Aldrich rich had Senator Smoot in mind mindfur mindfor mindfur
fur a place on the finance committee for forthe forthp forJ
J the latter had proved his ability in the thec thev thecopyright
v c copyright dry farm and currency legis legislation legislation leglelation ¬
lation Senator Aldrich was not de deceived deceived decelved ¬
ceived in his selection of Reed Smoot as asa asa asa
a member of his finance committee committeeFrom committeeFrom committeeFrom
From the very first committee meeting meetingit m ctlng ctlngIt
it was known that Senator Smoot would wouldbe
be one of the Senate leaders in the tariff tariffdiscussion tariffdiscussion tariffdiscussion
discussion His familiarity with the thevarious thevarious thevarious
various schedules and with the great greatindustries greatIndustrIes greatIndustries
industries of the country astounded astoundedeverybody astoundedfwrybody astoundedcverybody
everybody Prominent men who ap apI apIearcd apieared
I Iearcd eared before the committee reported reportedthat reportedthat
that that senator had a wider grasp of ofth ofthf ofth
th then pending questions than any anyother anyother anyother
other member of the committee with withthe withthe withthe
the possible exception of Senator Ald Aldru Aldrich Aidrith
ru rich h himself The committee designated designatedSenator designatedSenator designatedSenator
Senator Smoot to take charge of the thewoolen thewo thevIen
woolen wo < ln lead sine silk sugar and cotton cottons
E hodules both in framing them and in indel Infft Inthfending
del thfending fft ending > them upon the floor of the theSenate theScuate
Senate 8 l1ate Not only did he have a compre comprehensive com comprehtnsive pre prehnslve ¬
hensive knowledge of these subjects subjectsbut
but also of every schedule and item in inth inth Inth
th bill He enjoyed the distinction of ofbeing otbdng ofbeing
being rated by his colleagues coU + > alitUes as an ou outhority outhority outhority
thority on tariff matters mattersSenators mattersenators matterssenators
Senators who had formerly opposed opposedSenator opposedf opposedSenator
Senator f < nator Smoot and denied him the right rightto
to a seat in the United States Senate Senatefelt Senatetelt Senatefelt
felt that their opposition had been illy illyadvised Illyadvised lilyadvised
advised and they the came to Senator SenatorSmoot SenatorSmoot SenatorSmoot
Smoot for his support and assistance assistanceon a slstanceon
on various tariff questions They recog recognized recognlzed recognized ¬
nized in him a power that t ntered large largely ¬
ly into the final adjustment of the thetariff thetariff thetariff
tariff bill He gained the reputation of ofbeing ofbeing ofbeing
being the hardest worker In Congress Congressand
and the best equipped in tariff debate debateHis debateHis debateThs
His notes and records en the tariff tariffduties tarltfdutlEs tariffduties
duties importations and general infor information Intormation Inforrnation ¬
mation became known throughout the theCapitol tbeCapitol theCapitol
Capitol Senators and Representatives Representativesoften
often Qftt n frequented his office to avail availthemselves availthEm availthemselves
themselves thEm ehes of the information Senator SenatorSmoot SenatorSmoot SenatorSmoot
Smoot had collected prepared and filed filedsystematically fileds tiledsystematically
systematically s and exhaustively Press Pressagents Presaagents Pressagents
agents also al o made diligent use of the theSenators tbeSenators theSenators
Senators files and records recordsGreat recordGreat recordsGreat
Great Understanding of Schedules SchedulesWhat SchedulesWhat SchedulesWhat
What appeared most remarkable remarkableabout remarkableabout remarkableabout
about Senator Smoot was his absolute absoluteunderstanding absoluteunderstanding absoluteunderstanding
understanding and his detailed infonna information infonnatIon Infonnation ¬
tion on every schedule > No o man in inCongress InCongress InCongress
Congress held more conferences and had hadmore hadmore hadmore
more audience with representatives of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the great American industries than did didSenator didsenator
1 Senator Smoot every industry InduettyV be beEpeohed her
r Epeohed SPe < hed him for a hearing for they all allappreciated aUappre allappreciated
appreciated appre < iated his hi potent influence in thri thrifinal th thfinal thtfinal
final analysis of the bill It was cer certainly certllnlJ certhinly ¬
thinly well p11 for the th West est that Senator SenatorSome SenatorSome SenatorSome
Some Dodder DodderSome
Some Think They Think ThinkA ThinkAFew
A AFew Few
Really Think ThinkHelps ThinkGrapeNuts ThinkGrapoNvts
GrapeNuts GrapeNutsFood
Food FoodThink FoodlIelps FoodBeips
Helps one
Think ThinkTheres ThinlTheres ThinkTheres
Theres a Reason ReasonBy ReasonBy ReasonBy
By the way if you havent haventyet haventyet haventyet
yet found The Reason take takea
a Post graduate coourse by byinvesting byinvesting byJ
J investing 15 cents c nts in a pkg and andcarefully andcarefully andl
l carefully think over the facts factsin
in the little book The Road Roadto
to Wellville found in every everythird everythird everythird
third pkg One goes in every everythird ev ry rythird rythird
third pkg since we passed the the100million thelOOmillion the100million
100million mark Formerly Formerlyone
one was put in every pkg pkgIt
It will well repay anyone to toadd toadd toadd
add to his general education educationthe
the facts of life detailed in the thelittle thelittle thelittle
little brochure brochureposrtM brochureposrr1I brochurePosrrM
posrtM CEREAL co LTD LTDBattle LTDBattle LTDBatde
Battle Creek IfOh
Sv ri jt t was as on the committee un finance financefor
for he vas most eminent1 i successful SUCcs ful in inprotecting inprotuctlng inprotucting
protecting every Western CSLern Interest As AsChamp AsChamp AsChamp
Champ Clark expressed it Senator SenatorHeed SenatorReed SenatorReed
Reed Smoot made a national reputation reputationduring reputationduring reputationduring
during the consideration of the Payne PayneAldrich PayneAldrich PayneAldrich
Aldrich bill in fact ho suggested that thatthe th8tthe thatthe
the bill really should be known as the theReed theReed theReOd
Reed Smoot bill billThat billThat billThat
That the services of Senator Suther Sutherland Sutherland Sutherland ¬
land during the first session SC lon of the theSixtyfirst theSixtyfirst theSixtyfirst
Sixtyfirst Congress have addod to his hisinfluence hisInfluence hisInfluence
influence at Washington is beyond ques question question question ¬
tion He wan chosen as a member of the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee on committees whose duty is isto Isto isto
to make up the standing and select com committees committees cornmittees ¬
mittees of the Senate and In this con connection connection connection ¬
nection was able to take an important importantpart
part in the committee assignments He Hewaa Hewas Hewas
was given a place on the judiciary com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee and in this capacity he will be beable beable beable
able to exercise considerable consld rable influence influencein
in shaping matters of legislation which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will go to that committee His 1is ability abilityas
as a lawyer is well recognized in the theSenate theSenate theSenate
Senate and he is expected to add to the thereputation thereputation thereputation
reputation he holds among his col colleagues colleagues colleagues ¬
leagues for legal acumen and states statesmanship statesmanship statesmanship ¬
manship manshipSutherland manshipSutherJandls manshipSutherland
Sutherland Is Able Debater DebaterHe
He took a prominent part in the de debate debate dobate ¬
bate on the tariff bill and again demon demonstr demonstrsted demonstrted
str strsted ted his ability as a debater He stood stoodfor stoodfor stoodfor
for th the protective system all through throughthe
th the session and declared himself In Infavor Intavor Infavor
favor of a duty that is too high rather ratherthan mtherthan ratherthan
than one that is too low to afford pro protection protection protection ¬
tection to the American producer and andmanufacturer andmanufacturer andmanufacturer
manufacturer against foreign competi competition ¬
tion and he voted to protect the prod products products products ¬
ucts of other states the same as he did didfor didtor didfor
for the products of his own state The Theproducts Theproducts Theproducts
products of Utah Utahlead lead sugar and wool woolhave woolhave woolhave
have been well taken care of In the thetariff thetarlf thetariff
tariff bill and Senator Sutherland has hasdone hasdone hasdone
done his share in bringing about this thisresult thisresult thisresult
result resultSenator resultSenator resultSenator
Senator Sutherland is chairman of the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee on Cuban relations and is isa Isa Isa
a member of the joint committee on re revision revision revision ¬
vision of the laws which has done im important important importartt ¬
portant work during the last two ses sessions sessions seeslons ¬
sions of Congress is a member of In Indian Indian Indian ¬
dian affairs geological survey irriga irrigation irri irrition irrigation ¬
tion and mines and mining in the last lasttwo lasttwo lasttwo
two of which he is able to be of great greatservice greatservice greatservice
service to the West in legislation affect affecting affecting affectlag ¬
ing the great reclamation projects and andthe andtbe andthe
the mining industry industryDuring IndustryDuring industryDuring
During the debate on the tariff bill billSenator bmSenator billSenator
Senator Sutherland raised a constitu constitutional constitutional constitutional ¬
tional question which hleh has attracted wide wideattention wWeattention wideattention
attention Denying the assertion of ofSenator ofSenator ofSenator
Senator Stone of Missouri that the theCongress tbeCongress theCongress
Congress has no authority under the theconstitution thecon theconstitution
constitution con titution to enact a protective tariff tarifflaw tarinlaw tarifflaw
law Mr Sutherland held that the fed federal federal federal ¬
eral government possesses sovereign sovereignpowers sovereignpowers sovereignpowers
powers in the dealings with other na nations nations nations ¬
tions which enable It to levy prohibitive prohibitivetariffs prohlbltivetariffs prohibitivetariffs
tariffs if advisable He declared that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the United States possesses not only the thedelegated thedelegated thedelegated
delegated powers enumerated in the theconstitution theconstitution theconstitution
constitution but also sovereign powers powersof
of a nation In its dealings with other othernations othernations othernations
nations and these latter powers allow allowit
it to lay such customs duties as it sees seesfit seesfit seesfit
fit for the protection of American in industries Industries industries ¬
dustries or even for the prohibition of ofimports otimports ofImports
imports This doctrine was a direct and andpowerful andpowerful andpowerful
powerful contradiction of the old Demo Democratic Democratic Democratie ¬
cratic argument that Congress has no noright noright noright
right to impose duties except for the sole solepurpose solepurpose solepurpose
purpose of raising revenues revenuesRepresentative revenuesRepresentative revenuesRepresentative
Representative Guards Interests InterestsIn
In the House of Representatives the theinterests theinterests theinterests
interests of Utah were carefully guard guarded ¬
ed by Representative Howell Always on onduty onduty onduty
duty constantly alert he worked and andvoted andvoted andvoted
voted for the protective rates for Utah Utahproducts Utabproducts Utahproducts
products that eventually became a part partof
of the law No Western member of the theHouse theHouse theHouse
House worked harder or more intelli intelligently intelligently intelilgently ¬
gently to bring bringabout about these results and andnot andnot andnot
not only did Mr Howell speak for ade adequate adequate adequate ¬
quate protection but he did effective effectivework effectivework effectivework
work with the ways and means com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee and among his colleagues ex explaining explaJnlng explaining ¬
plaining conditions and carrying car lng on the theprogram theprogram theprogram
program in the interest of the West Mr MrHowell lIrHoweli MrHowell
Howell enjoys the confidence conQdence of Speaker SpeakerCannon SpeakerCannon SpeakerCazinon
Cannon and the other leaders of the theHouse tbeHouse theHouse
House and the speaker thought so well wellof wellof wellof
of the Utah member that in making up upthe upthe upthe
the committees for this Congress he heplaced heplaced heplaced
placed Mr 1r r Howell on the Important Importantcommittee Importantcommittee Importantcommittee
committee on agriculture He also is a amember amember amember
member of two other important com committees committees cornmittees ¬
mittees elections No 2 and mines and andmining andmining andmining
mining miningBathing miningBathlngatSaltalrnothing
0 0Bathlngat
Bathing BathlngatSaltalrnothing at Saltair Saltalrnothlng nothing finer finerSalt finerSalt finerSalt
Salt Lake Photo Supply Co Kodaks Kodaksand Kodaksand Kodaksand
and Kodak finishing 142 Main St StFloating StFloatin StFloating
Floating at Saltair SaltalrIts its glorious gloriousJohn gloriousoiID
0 0WOULD
WOULD COr COMMIT MIT SUICIDE SUICIDEJ
John J Scheller Says Letters to His HisWife HisWife HisWife
Wife Were Returned ReturnedCharges ReturnedChargesAgainst Charges ChargesAgainst
Against Postmaster PostmasterComplaining PostmasterComplaining PostmasterComplaining
Complaining that the postmaster of his hishome hishome hishome
home town IB in love with his wife lfe and be because hecause ¬ I Icause
cause of his advantageous position re returns returns returns ¬
turns all letters he writes to her marking markingthem markingthem markingthem
them refused John Scheller a painter painterattempted painterattempted painterattempted
attempted to buy a gun for the purpose ot otkilling otkUling otkilling
killing himself yesterday morning morningHis
His peculiar actions caused a Commer Commercial ¬
cial street Btre > t pawnbroker J > to inform the po police p0lice police ¬
lice Scheller was taken tak > n to the station stationwhere stationhere stationwhere
where he told a rambling story of abuse abuseon
on the part of his hl wife and the machina machinations machination machinations ¬
tions of a postmaster of a little village in inOregon 1nOrelon InOregon
Oregon OregonScheller OrelonScheller OregonScheller
Scheller says he left his wife two months monthsago monthsago monthsago
ago because be < ause she refused to live with him himHe himHe himHe
He declares that every letter J tter written to tohis tohis tohis
his wife hM been returned unopened and andhe andhe andhe
he charges the postmaster postma ter with being beln tile tnecause tilecause thecause
cause The latter was Schellers rival for forMrs torMra forMrs
Mrs Schellers affection according to the theman theman theman
man manTUREE
0 0THREE
mil manmil in INOUCE POLICE POLICETelegrapher COURT COURTTelegrapher COURTTelegrapher
Telegrapher Gets 60 Days for Theft Theftof
of Typewriter TypewriterOne One Drunk and andOne andOne andOne
One Peace Disturber DisturberW
W v R Mitchell a telegrapher was sen sentenced sent sentenced ¬
tenced t nced to serve sixty BIx days on the city rock rockpile rockpile rockpile
pile yesterday e terday morning He pleaded guilty guiltyto
to the theft of a typewriter from the As Associated AsOciated Assedated ¬
sedated > Press Pr > 1IS office while intoxicated He Mewas Hewas
was released on the same charge char a week weekago weekago weekago
ago but upon gaining his freedom and andthe andthe andthe
the accompanying jag he was again againseized againseized againseized
seized with the hallucination that the type typewriter npewriter typewriter ¬
writer in question belonged to him himMike himMike himMike
Mike OGrady twice drunk between Fri Friday FrIday Pdday ¬
day and Monday was given sixty slxt days dayswhen dayswhen dayswhen
when arraigned before Judge Bowman Bowmanyesterday Bowmanyeeterdav Bowmanyesterday
yesterday morning OGrady was released releasedon
on a charge of drunkenness s Friday FridayMartin FridayIartln FridayMartin
Martin Knudsen who started a fight In Inan Inan inan
an East ast First South street saloon Satur Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
day and was hit over the head with a beer beerglass beerglaaa beerglass
glass had a 10 fine added to his troubles troublesin
in police court yesterday yesterdayPassenger yesterdaya yesterdayNEW
40 40Nf
Nf NEW V TRAINS SGHfOULfD SGHfOULfDPassenger
Passenger Officials Consider Several SeveralChanges SeveralChanges SeveralChanges
Changes at Meeting J Jf1C1t rqt > t Con Concluded Concluded Concluded ¬
cluded in Thi ThiThe ThiThe > IThe
The laat of the visiting vi 1tlngl88tmyr assenr isser r off officials omcials offdais ¬
cials of the western we tern railroads vlw ho at attended attended attended ¬
tended the convention in Salt Lake last lastweek lastweek lastweek
week left yesterday with the departure departureof
of T C Peck of the Salt Lake Route It ItJ ItIs
1 Is announced that one of the matters con considered considered considered ¬
sidered was the arranging of a schedule eohedulefor hedliJetor
for a new train between Chicago Chlc go and andSeattle alldSeattle nedSeattle
Seattle which may be put in service with within ¬
in the next two weeks weeksA
A new time card for the Salt Lake LakeRoute LakeRoute LakeRoute
Route will go into effect Aug 20 which whichwlU wl wWehwill ck ckwW
will Include two new trains between Salt SaltLak lt ltLak itLake
Lak and Twoete and between n Salt Lake Ltkand Lkuand Lakeand
and Pa Payson son and Salt Lake and ai TiI1UThere TIntiThere Tintic TinticThere
There wll Wi be no material changes In Infor InEchedulfs Inrhedules
Echedulfs for the through trains
< H
I I800ST
JOIN HANDS TO TOBOOSTBIG
800ST BOOSTBIG BIG FAIR FAIRSalt
Salt Lake Manufacturers to toHelp toHelp toHelp
Help Make Ogden Expo Exposition Exposition Exposition ¬
sition a Success SuccessDan
Dan S Collett secretary of the Utah UtahManufacturers UtahManufacturers UtahManufacturers
Manufacturers association assocl ation will 111 today todayjourney todayjourney todayjourney
journey to Ogden and fire the first gun gunIn gunIn gunIn
In a campaign to promote a better and andmore andmore andmore
more brotherly feeling between the manu manufacturers manufacturers manufacturers ¬
facturers and merchants of that city and andof andot andof
of Salt Lake The intention is to join joinhands joinhands joinhands
hands with the Ogden people p Ople in making makingthe
the FourState exposition In Ogden a huge hugesuccess hugesuccess hugesuccess
success successOgden successOgden successOgden
Ogden is sakl to have been alighted in informer intormer informer
former years on the occasion of fairs held heldin
in that city cit and but few manufacturers manufacturersof
of this city have bad exhibits there thereAlready thereAl thereAlready
Already Al read fifteen local manufacturers manufacturershave
have signified their desire to make ex exhibits exhibits exhthite ¬
hibits at the FourState fair The names namesof
of these tb firms were submitted to William WilliamGlaamann WilliamGlasmanu VHUamGlasmann
Glaamann manager of the fair and a areply Itreply areply
reply has been received from him to th theffect the theeffect theeffect
effect that while he could not promise promisethem promisethem promisethem
them the space desired he would give givethem gietltem givethem
them as much as possible passibleBy
By assisting in making the Ogden fair faira
a success it is II thought that a feeling of ofharmony otharmony ofharmony
harmony will be promoted between the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two largest cities of a the state stateLabor stateMANY stateAY
MANY AY IvIthERs MINERS TO TOJOIN TOJOINPARADE
JOIN JOINPARADE JOINPARADELabor PARADf PARADfLabor
Labor Day Celebration Will At Attract Attract Attract ¬
tract Big Delegations From FromNearby FromNearby FromNearby
Nearby Camps CampsReports CampsReports CampsReports
Reports were received last night by the theexecutive theexecutive theexecutive
executive committee on Labor day cele celebration celebration colebration ¬
bration of the Federation of Labor prom promising promIsing promising ¬
I
ising that every local union of the West Western Westem Yestern ¬
ern em Federation of Miners in Utah will be berepresented berepresented berepresented
represented at the celebration In Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake These reports were from Park ParkCity ParkCity ParkCity
City Bingham Eureka Mercur and Mam Mammoth Mammeth Iammcth ¬
moth and each camp promises a big dele delegation dJtgahon delgation ¬
gation gationIn
In order to insure In ure the success of the thecelebration thecelebration thecelebration
celebration the local committee will call callon callon callon
on the railroads this week and endeavor endeavorto
to procure special excursion rates from fromall fromall fromall
all Utah points for the day R E Currie Curriechairman Curriechairman Curriechairman
chairman of the Labor day committee committeesaid
said that the railroad rate proposition propositionwas
was as all that remained of importance and andif
if good rates are made the success SU 9IJS of the thecelebration thecelebration thecelebration
celebration will be assured assuredThe assuredThe assuredThe
The committee decided on the route of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the parade for Labor day which will form formin
in State and Fourth South streets at the theFederation theFederation theFederation
Federation of Labor ball It will move movewest movewest movewest
west to Main street and then north to tothe tothe tothe
the Pioneer monument Passing Paes lJg around aroundthe aroundtbe aroundthe
the monument the column will counter countermarch countermarch countermarch ¬
march in Main street south to the Salt SaltPalace SaltPalace SaltPalace
Palace where the celebration will be beheld beheJd beheld
held The reviewing stand and will be erected erectedat
at Ninth South and Main streets streetsThe streetsThe
The general committee and the commit committee ¬ I
tee on sports will meet at the hall to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night to pass on the plans for the elab elaborate elaborate elaborate ¬
orate program of sports at the Salt Palace Palacegrounds Palacegrounds Palacegrounds
grounds groundsThe groundsMIWESOTA
0 0MINNESOTA
MINNESOTA VETfRAN VETfRANHAS IEIERADAS
HAS BEEN DISCOVERED DISCOVERfDThe
The police have been Informed by b letter letterthat letterthat letterthat
that Albert Swift the aged Minnesota Minnesotaveteran Minnesotaveteran Minnesotaveteran
veteran who disappeared from his stop stopping stopping stopping ¬
ping place in this city last Thursday noon noonis
is visiting friends in Brigham City The Theletter Theletter Theletter
letter was as from Nightwatchman George GeorgeCheal GeorgeCheal GeorgeCheal
Cheal of Brigham City and contained containednothing containednothing containednothing
nothing but the statement of Swifts Swiftswhereabouts Swiftswhereabout Swiftswhereabouts
whereabouts The latters sudden depar departure departure departure ¬
ture leaving some of his belongings be behind behind behind ¬
hind him IB still unexplained unexplainedInnes unexplainedInnes unexplainedS unexplainedInnes
< S
Innes Band at Saltair SaltairFriday SaltairFriday SaltairFriday
Friday Saturday Sunday Aug 36 21 1 1t
22 t Two free concerts dally 99 men menSeveral menSeveral menSeveral
Several soloists Very fine flneAugust fineMORE fineMORE
MORE BUILDING PERMITS PfRMITSAugust
August Will Nearly Double the Same SameMonth SameMonth SameMonth
Month Last Year YearThose Those Issued IssuedYesterday IssuedYesterday IssuedYesterday
Yesterday YesterdayBuilding YesterdayBuilding YesterdayBuilding
Building permits amounting to 50600were 50600were 50600 50600were
were Issued by Building Inspector A B BHirth HHirth BBirth
Hirth yesterday bringing the total for forthe forthe forthe
the month to nearly 390000 O0O0 a gain of ofnearlj ofnearI ofnearly
nearly 50000 5 for the same period riod a year yearago yearago yearago
ago During the last few days d ys the per permits pernaits permite ¬
mite have btan mounting up and Mr MrHirth MrHIrth MrHirth
Hirth believes that this month will De Denearly Irenearly uenearly
nearly double that ot August in last year yearthough > ear earthough earthough
though this is generally a quiet month IR IRrealty 10realty inrealty
realty circles Several large permits will willbe winbe ill illbe
be issued soon for buildings about to be bestarted bestarted bestarted
started and the total for this month is isexpected isexpected isexpected
expected to reach at least 400000 Per Permits Permits Permits ¬
mits issued yesterday were a as follows followsHirschman followsHirschl followsHlrschman
Hirschman Hirschl 1an Bros agents alterations to tostore tostore tostore
store 118 South Main 8000 8000W oc ocW 0O0 0O0w
W F Smith addition to brick dwelling
243 West Seventh South 400George 400 400George 400George
George Q Cannon association a three threestory tbreestory threestory
story brick store and rooming house 29 231
238 and 240 West South Temple 3tJOOPerley 35000 35000Perley itlOOPerley
Perley A Hill 422 4 Center street six sixroom slxroom sixroom
room brick cottage cottageC 8JOO 8JOOC X00C
C I Moon two fiveroom brick cottages cottages3X <
3X and 330 3 Stanton avenue 2O 2000 each
r L SOC IETY j jMrs 1 1L
I L t SOCIEIY > r V > taXAJ AJ Jl JL J JAIrs 1 1ilrs
AIrs A H Presser gave a buffet sup supper supper supper ¬
per at her beautiful homo at Idle Idlewild Idlewild Idlewild
wild Sunday evening for Miss Mar Margaret Margaret Margaret ¬
garet Walker who entertained a party partyof partot
of twenty guests In honor of Miss Shir Shirley Shirley Shiricy ¬
ley Palmer of Cleveland Ohio who is isvisiting isvisiting 1 1visiting
visiting Miss Margaret Dunn Japanese Japaneserock Japane8rock
rock lanterns lighted the beautiful Jap Japanese Japanese Japanese ¬
anese gardens while rows of Japanese Japaneselanterns Japanesolanterns Japaneselanterns
lanterns were used with beautiful beautl ul effect effecton
on the porch where the supper was wasserved wasserved wasserved
served A color scheme of yellow was wasused wasused wasused
used in the porch decorations the table tablehaving tablehaving tablehaving
having a low mound of golden glow as asa asa asa
a centerpiece Within doors pink sweet sweetpeas sweetpeas sweetpeas
peas formed the decorations d throughout throughoutthe
the rooms Assisting Mrs Prosser were wereMrs wereMrs wereMrs
Mrs J R Walker and Mrs H Vance VanceLane VanceLane VanceLane
Lane Miss Walkers guests Included Includedthe
the Misses Shirley Palmer Margaret MargaretDunn MargaretDunn MargaretDunn
Dunn Norrine Thompson Dorothy DorothyRooklidge DorothyRookJldge DorothyRooklldge
Rooklidge Luelle Clark Bryan Hous Houston Houston Houston ¬
ton Grlzelle Houston Lillian Lane LaneMargaret LaneMargaret LaneMargaret
Margaret McClure Josephine Well WellMorton WellMorton WellMorton
Morton Cheesman Ray Raybould Do DoWitt DeYltt Dowitt
Witt Knox George Knox Dwight DwlghtHolmes DwightHolmes DwightHolmes
Holmes Weir Casady Dan Tomlinson TomlinsonDarwin TomlinsonDarwin Tomlinsonrwin
Darwin rwin Richardson Russell Sands and andWill andWlJI andwill
Will McCurdy McCurdyA
ole oleA
A lake party was given last night nightin
in honor of the Misses rI1 s Marguerite and andRuth andRuth andRuth
Ruth Boehmer Boe er of Denver who are arethe arethe arethe
the guests of Miss Minette Biter of the theBransford theBransford theBrausford
Bransford apartments apartmentsAn aiartmentsAn
An Informal dinner party was given givenlast givenIt givenlast
last evening by Miss Edith Shearman Shearmanand
and her brother Harry Shearman the theguest theguest theguest
guest of honor being Colonel John T TDonnellan TDonnellan TDonnellan
Donnellan of Sacramento formerly a awellknown aweUknown awellknown
wellknown banker of this city who Is Isvisiting Isvisiting isvisiting
visiting at the J J Daly home on East EastSouth EastSouth EastSouth
South Temple street streetv streetMiss streetI1ss streetMiss
v
Miss Helen Boxrud was the hostess hostessat
at a charming five hundred party partygiven partygiven partygiven
given last evening at her home on South SouthSixth SouthSixth SouthSixth
Sixth East street the honored guests guestsbeing gUeitsbeing guestsbeing
being Miss Margaret icngman of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York and Miss Mildred Milspaugh of ofLos ofLos ofLos
Los Angeles Ang les Three tables were played playedthe
the tables being decorated with low lowbowls lowbowls lowbowls
bowls of pink sweet peas peasA
A kitchen shower was given last even eveninf evenInf evenin
inf in at the home of Miss Ilean Knight Knighton
on Third North street the complimented complimentedguest
guest being Miss Ada Yara whose mar marriage marriage marriage ¬
riage to Harry Brooks will take place placeon
on Wednesday Pink and white sweet sweetpeas sweetpeu sweetpeas
peas were used with charming effect effectin
in the dining room a low mound of the theblossoms theblo theblossoms
blossoms blo soms forming the table centerpiece centerpieceCovers centerpieceCovers centerpieceCovers
Covers were laid for twelve guests uests and andMiss andMiss andMiss
Miss Knight was assisted in serving by byher byher byher
her sister Miss Ruby Knight KnightA
A theater party will be given today todayin
in honor of Miss Mildred Milspaugh of ofLos orLo8 ofLos
Los Angeles when Hollister Hancock Hancockwill
will entertain a number of friends at atthe atthe atthe
the Orpheum OrpheumThe
The Commercial club will be the scene sceneof sceneot sceneof
of a luncheon to be given today by Miss MissZora MissZora MissZora
Zora Shaw the honored guest being beingMiss beingl118 beingMiss
Miss lone Albright of Lincoln Neb Nebwho Nebwho Nebwho
who is visiting Mrs H W Sherwood SherwoodCovers SherwoodCovers SherwoodCovers
Covers will be laid for eight guests guestswho guestswho guestswho
who will be entertained after the lunch luncheon luncheon luncheon ¬
eon by a theater party at the Orpheum Orpheum3L I IOne
3L jC 2f 2fOne
One of Tuesdays hostesses will be beMiss beMiss beMiss
Miss Madeline Weitz W ltz who will give a afive afive afive
five hundred party this afternoon at ather ather ather
her home on East Second South street streetthe streettbe streetthe
the affair to be in honor of a number of ofyoung ofyoung ofyoung
young girls who are visiting in the thecity thecity thecity
city
ac = a aMiss I
Miss Shirley SblrJ Palmer of Cleveland ClevelandOhio ClevelandOhio ClevelandOhio
Ohio will be the complimented guest guestat
at a lake party to be given this evening eveningby
by a number of the young college boys boysof boysor
of the city cityMrs cityMrs cityMrs
Mrs H Vance Lane will chaperon a aparty aparty aparty
party of girls who will go to Brighton Brightontoday Brightontoday Brightontoday
today for a few days visit at that thatpopular thatpopular thatpopular
popular resort The members of the theparty tMparty theparty
party are the Misses Norinne Thomp Thompson ¬
son Margaret Dunn Shirley Palmer PalmerLillian PalmerLillian PalmerLillian
Lillian Lane Dorothy Doroth Rooklidge and andMary andMary andMary
Mary Halloran HalloranMrs HalloranKrs HalloranMrs
Mrs W P Cooper is now visiting in inDetroit inDetroit inDetroit
Detroit and will go to Minneapolis be before before before ¬
fore returning home homeMr homefr homeMr
Mr fr and Mrs E O Lee who have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been touring Alaska and the northwest northwestreturned nortbwestreturned northwestreturned
returned to Salt Lake last week weekMrs weekOf weekMrs
Of OfMrs <
Mrs E O Howard and nd daughter daughterMarjorie daugbterMarjorie daughterMarjorie
Marjorie will leave today for the Chi Chicago Chicago Chieago ¬
cago Beach hotel Ill where they will willspend willspend willspend
spend several weeks Mr Howard will willjoin willjoin willjoin
join them later laterMrs laterMrs laterMrs
Mrs J A Lewis of Los Angeles Cal Calspent Calspent Calspent
spent Friday here with Uh her sister Mrs MrsJames MrsJames MrsJames
James Shields on her way home from froma
a visit islt in Anaconda Mont MontMrs MontMrs ont ontMrs
Mrs Samuel Newhouse N who has spent spentthe spentthe spentthe
the past five months in London has hasnow hasnow hasnow
now gone to Paris where she will re remain remain remain ¬
main until she he comes < home in the fall fall3fc fallMrll fallMrs
3fc 3fc 3fcMrs
Mrs R L Davis Miss Alice Davis Davisand DavIsand Davisand
and Miss Mi Alice AlleeBairn Baird of Evansvllie Ind Indare Indare Indare
are guests of Mr and Mrs Irs E E White Whitehead Whitehead Whitehead
head and famll famllMr family familyMr
Mr and Mrs E J Pitt and daugh daughter ¬
ter Ella will leave for their cottage in inLittle inLittle inLittle
Little Cottonwood canyon C8 yon today todayMr
Mr and Mrs Mary ary A Maybury are areentertaining areentertainlnj areentertaining
entertaining Mr and Mrs 112 Treaeder of ofSioux ofSioux ofSioux
Sioux City Iowa IowaMrs IowaMrll IowaMrs
Mrs H P Henderson accompanied accompaniedby
by her niece Miss Florence Reynolds Reynoldsof
of Chicago Ill left last week for Los Losand LoAnrplt LosArigeles
Anrplt Arigeles > and < HollvwooJ Pal where Vh rt
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ture of Chas H Fletcher and has been made under his hispersonal hispersonal hispersonal
personal supervision for over 30 years Allow no one oneto oneto oneto
to deceive you in this Counterfeits Imitations and andJustasgood andJustasgoOl andJustasgood
< Justasgood Jt are but Experiments and endanger the thehealth thohealth thehealth
health of Children ChildrenExperience Experience against Experiment ExperimentCastoria ExperimentWhat ExperimentWhet
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Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare Paregoric Paregoric Paregone ¬
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contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic JTarcoticsubstance Narcoticsubstance Narcoticsubstance
substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms Wormsand Wormsand Vormsand
and allays Feverlshness It t cures Diarrhrea Diarrh a and Wind WindColic WindColic VindColic
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and Flatulency It assimilates the Food Food regulates the theStomach theStomach theStomach
Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep sleepThe sleepTJw sleepThe
The Childrens Panacea PanaceaThe The Mothers Friend FriendFiTO7 FriendThe FriendThe
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they will III ep 8ptnd < nd u a me mnth nth with Miss MissReynoldss I IReynoldBs IReynoldss
Reynoldss sister and husband Dr and andMrs andr andMis
Mrs r Mack MackMrs lIackMrs MackMrs
Mrs Harlow M Klmballs mother motherMrs mother1rs motherMrs
Mrs C O Greene of Denver CoIn Is Isthe Isthe Isthe
the guest of her daughter for two weeks weeksMr weeksMr weeksMr
Mr and Mrs Irs J C Hornung who wholeft wholeft wholeft
left a few weeks ago for North Yakima YakimaWash YakImaVash YakimuWash
Wash have gone to Chicago Ill where wherethey wherethey wherethey
they will make their tb lr homo homoMiss homo11iss homeMiss
Miss Beatrice Daly will leave the first firstof firstof firstof
of the week for Brighton where she ehewill shewIII abCwill
will visit Miss Jennie Darling Darlingsje DnrUngMiss DarlingMiss
sje jc je jeMiss
Miss Dorothy Kihney will return to toher toher toher
her home In Portland Ore early this thisweek thisweek thisweek
week after a visit of several weeks weekshere weekshere weekshere
here as the guest of Mrs John E Wood Woodward Woodwarn ¬ I Iward
ward wardDr wardDr
JIC t tDr I
Dr Wesley Davis who has been beencamping beencamping beencamping
camping in Sprtngville canyon returned returnedhome returnedhome returnedhome
home last week weekMiss weekMiss weekMiss
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Miss Edna Evans who will leave soon soonfor soonfor soonfor
for Europe will give a pupils recital recitalat
at her home in Lake street Wednesday Wednesdayevening Wednesdayevening Vednesdayevening
evening eveningMrs eveningMrs
Mrs John Darius and two daughters daughtersMrs
Mrs T C StaIner and Miss Hazel HaaelDarius HazelDarius HatelDarius
Darius leave on a two weeks visit visitat visitat visitat
at Ephraim with Mrs William Larson LarsonJ
J Will Knight and wife of Provo re returned returned returned ¬
turned home Sunday after having spent spentthe spentthe spentthe
the past week visiting with Mr and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Clark L Whitney WhitneyMrs bltneylIrs
Mrs Annie Spencer daughter Mabel Mabeland Mabeland Mabeland
and son Arthur leave today t0d8 for a amonths amonths amonths
months trip through Oregon and Wash Washington WashIngton Washington ¬
ington
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MARRIAGELICENSES MARRIAGELICENSESRobert MARRIAGE LICENSES LICENSESRobert LICENSESRobert
Robert L J Whicker Deeeret De eret Amanda AmandaIverson AmandaIyer80Il AmandaIverson
Iverson Littlefield Ariz ArizHarry ArizHarry Arizharry
Harry H Fray Fra Los Angeles Teresa TeresaMontgomery TeresaMontgomery TeresaMontgomery
Montgomery Los Angeles AngelesOliver AngelesOliver AngelesOliver
Oliver Powell Murray Sarah rah I La Labrum Labrum Labrum
brum Murray MurrayRobert 11urraRobert MurrayRobert
Robert L Ferrand Lamar Colo Ar Arthusa ArthuM Artiiusa
thusa Sabin Lamar Colo ColoFred ColoFred CobFreti
Fred Strohsahl Salt Lake Llazie Nor Norman Norman NorTutu ¬
man Little Rock Ark ArkN
N P 1 Nickolaisen n Ellwood Edith R REllis REllis ItEllis
Ellis Ellwood EllwoodCONFLICTING EllwoodCONFLICTING
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CONFLICTING DIJTES OF OFDry OFTWO OFTvO
TWO 81G BI CONVENTIONS CONVENTIONSDry
I INovemberGovernor
Dry Farm Congress Co MaY May Change to toNovember toNovemberGovernor
November NovemberGovernor Governor Spry SpryGoes SpryGoes SpryGoes
Goes to St Louis LouisBecause LouisBecause LouisBecause
Because of a conflict In dates Governor GovernorWilliam GovernorIlliam GovernorWilliam
William Illiam Spry has not yet announced the their theen theIren
ir Iren en who will represent this state at the theTransMississippi theTransMIssll theTransMississippi
TransMississippi TransMIssll lppl Dry D Farm congress to tobe tobe tobe
be held at Denver Oct 28 27 and 28 This Thisconvention Thisconvention ThIsconvention
convention includes several of the days of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the LakestotheGulf convention which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will b be attended by nearly every governor governorof
of the United States StatesA
A telegram was received from Governor GovernorEdwin GovernorEdwin GovernorEdwin
Edwin L Norris of Montana yesterday by byGovernor byGovernor byGovernor
Governor Spry In which hlch it was practically practicallyassured practicallyassured practicallyassured
assured that the convention dates for the theDry theDry theDry
Dry Farm congress will 111 be either Oct
19 30 and 21 or Nov 9 and 10 Governor GovernorNorris GoernorNorris GovernorNorris
Norris is president of the congress and is isnow isnow isnow
now working to effect the change changeGovernor changeGovernor changeGovernor
Governor Spry will attend the Lakesto LakestotheGulf LakestotbeGulf LakestotheGulf
theGulf convention He will arrive in inSt inSt inSt
St Louis on the night of Oct 24 and will willstart willfltart willstart
start with President Pre ldfnt Taft members of ofboth ofboth orboth
both houses of congress nearly every gov governor governor governor ¬
ernor and a number of the most prominent prominentmen
men me of tha th nation on a memorable trip tripdown tripdown tripdoWn
down the Mississippi to New Orleans Orleanswhere Orlanswhere Orleanswhere
where the real convention will be held heldlasting heldlasting heldlasting
lasting until Oct OctYELLOVSTONE 30 30YELLOWSTONE 30YELLOWSTONE
YELLOWSTONE PARK PARKSpecial PARKSpecial PARKSpecial
Special G A R fiveday trip 25 5 by bythe bythe bythe
the BRYANT WAY V AY seven days 35 35For 35For 35For
For full Information call 209 Herald Heraldbuilding Heraldbuilding Heraldbuilding
building Phones Bell 2930 Ind 33 33Make 33Make 33Make
Make your our reservations rel rvatlons early earlyLeviathan earlyIlevlathan earlyLevlathan
Leviathan Meals City Prices PricesAsk PricesAsk PricesAsk
Ask for anything The best of cui cuisine cuisine culsine ¬
sine Quick service serviceSaltair serviceSaltairevery > erv < e eSaltaireyery
Saltair Saltaireyery every day a big bl day dayTOGROW dayrttJW dayrUW
rttJW TOGROW TO GROW FAT FATLazy FATLazy
1 Lazy Stomach the Cause of Thin Thinness Thinness Thinness ¬
ness Nine Times in Ten TenIf
If you oU are thin or lean have scrawny scrawnyrms
> rms and neck you cant grow fat un uness une88
ess your food properly digests digestsPeople digestsPeople digestsPeople
People take on flesh in proportion to tohe tohe tohe
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f digestion absorb and pass into the thelood theIood theused
used usedJust > loodJust IoodJU8t
Just as long as the nutritious matter matterBassos mltterastiJes matterasses
Bassos along without being absorbed absorbedust absorbeuZust
ust so long will you ou remain thin thinPerhaps thinPerhaps thinPerhaps
Perhaps your our stomach bowels and andIvor andlivor andivor
Ivor need a tonic If your digestion is islot islot Isuot
lot perfect Miona tablets will put it itight It4ht itLght
ight at once onceMlona onceMiona onceMlona
Mlona will cure indigestion and andvery andvery andVet
very Vet conceivable ailment of the stom stomch stomch sterncli
ch promptly It cures by building and andoning andoning andoffing
oning up and not by b encouraging a aired ahed aired
ired stomach to continue its shiftless shiftlessvnd
vnd health destroying habits It prompt prompty
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of gas heaviness after eating eatingF
F C Schramm sells Miona for 50 50ents 50ents O Orents
ents a large box and guarantees it to toure toure toure
ure indigestion sea and car sickness sicknessvomiting sicknessvomiting sicknessvomiting
vomiting of pregnancy < y and all stomach stomachliseases stomach1isea stomachliseases
1isea liseases es and distress or money back backMiona backMIona backMicna
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are coming in in in in sue suethat su h quantities quantitiespply quantitiesthat
that we are able < to sb sbpatrons s pply ply all our ouraway ourpatrons ourpatrons
patrons that are gaing gaingOur g ing away awayOur
Our buyers are now in the mark marktrain It t and each express expressthey expresstrain expresstrain
train brings us the new garments garmentsed garmel ts they have select selectdepartment selected
ed A few odds and ends in eacl eaclmer cad department t of sum sumiterials SLmmer summer
mer goods at less than cost of f m mare iterials infact in fact they theya theyare theyare
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In the Famous Snake Rivei Valley Idaho IdahoChoice IdahoE IdahoEIGHTY
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entry and settlement settlementBIG n the theIACT theBIG theBIG
BIG LOST RIVER T TDrawing tACT IACTidaho tACTDrawing tACTDrawing
Drawing at Arc ArccTuesday idaho idahor idahoTuesday kiahoTtiesday
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You Must Register Between i iIf ept 9th and 14th 14thmber 14thIf
If you ou do not take land after your n nyou nmber miter is drawn it costs costsays costsyou costsyou
you nothing nothingTitle nothingTitle nothingTitle
Title Acquired with Thirty Thi ty Jays ays Residence ResidenceWater
Water Ready for Delivery May 1910 1910Homeseekers 1910Homeseekers 1910S
S Homeseekers rates on all railroads ai ainorthwestern i special rates from all allinformation aUnorthwe allnorthwestern
northwestern northwe tem pain poinFor 8 8For sFor
For illustrated booklet and all desired desiredaddress information call on or orBoiseldaho oraddre88 oraddress
address addressColonization addre88C addressC
Cj C B D u uur tt Colonization Manager Dept DeptManager Boiseldaho B OISe Id a h 0
FEiablished Established 184L 801 1 Offices OfficesThe OfficesThe I
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GEORGE RUST General Manager ManagerUtah ManagerUtah I IUtah
Utah Idaho Wyoming and Nevada NevadaOffices NevadaOftlces NevadaOffices
Offices In Progress r uldlne Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCAty i iCity
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HERE IS RELIEF RELIEFThe RE LIEF LIEFThe
tP 4 The days of suffering and anguish to tl tltroubled ousands of women who are arere aretroubled aretroubled
troubled with various vanous female complaints i iwonderful re over Chiropractic the theof thewonderful theI thewonderful
wonderful new science is curing hundreds hundredsmaking of women each ea h month and anda andmakIng andmaking
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+ making them strong and healthy It is not notneither a treatment of medicine medicines medicineneither
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5e its neither are surgical operations needed It Itof s simply a natural system systemthening systemof systemZ
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Z of building up weakened nerves and strenj strenjwhich thening parts of the body bodyuble bodywhich bodywinch
which are affected All forms of female femaleliver tr uble rheumatism kidney kidneypsy kidneyliver kidneyhver
liver and stomach trouble paralysis epilc epilcders psy sy and many other disor disorractic disorders disorz
z ders have been completely cured by Chirothat Chiro ractic in in so many cases casess casesthat
5 f 1L that there is no question of its effeotivene effeotivenecases s even in most obstinate obstinateconic obstinatecases
i2 711 ii t cases Troubles of long standing even cl clbeen conic in in their nature have havetreatments havebeen haveS
S 4 been cured in in thousands of cases by simple simpleand treatments of Chiropractic Chiropracticpermanent Chiropracticand
Lj and the cures in each instance have lave been beenMrs ermanent permanentmy ermanentMrs
Mrs Pickard has since establishing her office in Salt Lake made a great m mfer my cures and is glad to re reropraetic refer reicr
fer prospective patients to those who have been cured and who know that Ch Chbeen ropractic is is all that it has hasrivately hasbeen hasbeen
been claimed to be Mrs Pickard meets persons who are seeking information informationnations rivately and andmakes makes exami exanuie examinations examinations
nations without charge chargeWith chargeWith l
With such an opportunity plalaced before them it is really astonishing to s ssuffering sle ie how many women go on oable onsuffering onsuffering
suffering day after day simply because they are not willing to go to a little troi troicase trouble ble to investigate In this thisare thiscase thiscase
case it is simply a woman talking to a woman who knows what the difficulties difficultieshow di I are and who also knows knowsI knowshow knowshow
how to overcome them To all ladies who are troubled in any way Mrs Pickar Pickarmeet I extends an invitation to tonot tomeet tomeet
meet her and allow aU ow her h r to explain the principles whether a treatment is wanted wantedTomorrow Ir r not Today is the time timeto timeTomonow timeTomorrow
Tomorrow may be too late lateGIS i infl y yMr
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