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14 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY SEPT 21 Hf09
t SHEEP PLAGUE PLAGUEfOUND
> 0 fOUND FOUNDIN IN UTAH UTAHOnly
i t Only Few Isolated Cases butJ but butOfficials
J r Officials Take Measures Measuresto
to Eradicate Er dicate It ItGOVERNMENT Itr ItGOVERNMENT
r
GOVERNMENT AIDS STATE STATEFEDERAL STATEFEDERAL
FEDERAL INSPECTOR AND DR A Ac AC
c YOUNG WRITE TO RAISERS RAISERSJ
J
1
With a view to stamping out cases of ofth oftht
th lip and leg dt disease eae am among sheep sheepknown sheepknown
known technically as neerobaccl1o ia be beit bed
d r it gets a serious start In th this state stateJ
J II s 1etl etfng of wool growers of Utah will willj
b held In this citY about Oct 4 4meeting 4A
j
A meeting was held XoDday by the of off
1 I of f the Ctah tali State Wool Growers GrowersI
I x I ton with Dr A C Youn Young state statev
v i 11 + irian and Dr F E Murray pv pvfnlpt govct
ct fnlpt me t Inspector In charge of the local localC
7 I C on l of f the bureau of animal Industry IndustryI
Ni I usurea wes for handling the situation were wereI
I i av I ed Dr Young and Dr Murray lurrayf
f fa t th h Lt a few cases of the dl disease ease have havet
t 11 t f und among sheep In this state al alt
0 + t rI the situation ia not serious ertoWlT
ct T IL attending the meeting were Dr Dry Dry
y > 1m rug Dr Murray E II Calliater presl preslD
D C Stewart secretary of the thei thetii
i hlt Wool Growers association and andBennion andl3ennion
Bennion of Vernal Uinta county countyJ
J ice will be sent out today by Presl Preslut Presiu
ut u Callister and Secretary Stewart to toti toinspectors
ti inspectors of the association instruct lostructthem instructIhem
them to report any ca cases they find findU
U state veterinarian will Investigate any anyCISS anyCases
Cases discovered di8coveredInspector discoveredr
r Inspector Writes WritesTlit
yl The letter sent to the Wool Growers Growersl Growersiation
l laUon by Dr Murray the govern pvernmont governm
m mont nt in8 inspector ctor follows followsSalt tollowsSalt
Salt Lake City Sept JO 1 1901 1901i
0 i a Utah State Wool Growers City CitytientlemenI
t tientlemenI desire to lotOTlDYOU inform you that thatJr
Jr tlUcUOD8 have been received at the theII
r II al ti office of the bureau of animal In Inu Ind
d u > try not to Issue certificates for Inter InterHaft Interfate
Haft fate shipments of sheep If same show showS
0 S + mplOllUl of lip and lee disease dillealleHEPGrt diseaseIteports
HEPGrt have be been n received from themarket the thenilkpt
market center stating that this dlllease dllleasel
l as i1 been found In a few shipments 01 01r ofT
r T IU u h sheep So far th these reports indicate indicateJ
o J two centers of Infection In view of offact offacts
fact I would re respectfully recom recomTrlll recomn
Trlll n nd that means be provided by this this1iaUon thisC
1iaUon C iation for a thorough Invelttigatlon Invelttigatloni
w i tit the extent of the disease diaea e and the eradl eradlciting eradit
citing t ting of same samery sameFery
Fery ry respectfully respectfullyF
F E XURR MLTRRAY MLTRRAYInspector Y YInspector
° Inspector In Charge Cbar1eDr
Dr Youngs Letter LetterIlr
d
Ilr Young letter follows followsSalt followsalt
Salt alt Lake City Sept 10 1 1The 1111 1111Tie
The Utah State Wool Tool Growers Clt City Citygi
gi nUemenIt 1 III an established fact factft factneerobaccilosis
ft necrobaccllosls lip and leg di diseasej diseasejC eaae eaaefs
C fs t In th this state If handled imene imenenn
ilId nn ly and In a proper manner It can caneradicated
1 eradicated Quarantines will have to
1 1 established stabll hed and treatment applied as aslLdlfated asr
r lLdlfated lLdlfatede IcdieatedNecessary
Necessary e < eU8ry funds and the active Im Immqtiate hacooperation
mqtiate cooperation of all sheepnien sheepnienr
r < t be had to control the situation and andl
l > llre nr future Interstate shipments shipmentsA
i + A C YOUNG YOLNGSlate YOUNGState
+ Slate Veterinarian VeterinarianQ VeterinarianMAUSS VeterinarianMAUSS
Q
MAUSS LANDS DESERTER DESERTERMurray t 1 1Murray
Murray Marshal Turns Prisoner Over Overto
I to the Army Post and Claims Claimsihe Claimsthe
the Reward RewardIarsbal RewardMarshal
Marshal Mike Mauss chl chief > f of the thelIuiTay theliluray
lIuiTay ronstabulary yesterday cap capt
Y t I u roti d a deserter from the Twenty TwentyUtth TwentyI
Utth I Infantry The mans true name namPretJkee name1retikee
PretJkee but while in Murray he het
t under und > r the name of Joe Adanok AdanokInok Adanokj
j AJn Inok k had been in the sm smelter > lter city dtythe
u the last two WetKS and it was was1rj wasri
1rj + ri LV I that Mau Mains was notified that thatYour thatM
Your Nerves I
GI r M ernes ernesYour I IYour
Your nerves must be fed with pure pureneh purerch
neh blood or there will be trouble troublePoorly troublePoorly
Poorly fed nerves are weak nerves nenesrnd nervesand
and weak nerves mean nervousness nervousnessneuralgia nervousnessneuralgia
neuralgia headaches debility Weak Weaknerves Weaknerves
nerves need good food fresh air airand airand
and Ayers nonalcoholic Sarsaparilla SarsaparillaMake
Make no mistake about this thisA3 thisAsk
A3 Ask YOllr Jourdoclorif J dor if alcoholic sl1mulaA13 are 1161 1161oflen nsloften
often cay JiHDlrous r When lten given 10 n nereees nereeesp r Olls Ollspope
pope p ogle He willell will fell you whg whgEvery wh < J t < r rEV
EV Every EveryStetson rY rYStetson
Stetson StetsonbcnZs Stetsonbears
bears bcnZstho j j4iae
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as asWe
Ve are here to give e men menthe menthe
the hats they want Ve know knowb knowby
b by experience that the theStetson theStets
Stetson Stetsonis Stets on onis
is the hat of the highest value valuethe aluetile
tile hat which particular men menprefer menprefer
prefer Thats why we carry carryit
it in all styles of the Soft and andDerby antlDerby
Derby DerbyA DerbyA
A H CRABBE CO
220 Down Main Mainiucular
1 rUtular Jaen hl1 V fU ir + rehh rl htw > F Yr everSASSE YrSASSES
SASSES SASSESHairdressing S SHairdressing
Hairdressing College CollegeIlair Collegeflair
flair switches puff pompadours wigs wlpand wigsand
and toupees made to order hair chairsand chains
11 and nd ornamnl ornam nls s tle e hll h i hair combings combingsSo
1 So Mar Phones 4tH 4tHEsbbUshed 4414l
l EsbbUshed 1841 m Officers OttlCCllThe OfficersThe
The Oldest and LIUIOC3t LIUIOC3tR LargostRGDUN0O
R RGDUN0O RGDUN0OGEORGE G DUN CO COGEORGE
GEORGE RUST General Manager ManagerUtah ManagerUtah
Utah Idaho Wyoming and Nevada NeadLOUices NevadaOffices
Offices in Pro Progress eu Building Salt Lake
City CityTo CityTo
To get your clothes clothescleaned clothescleaned
cleaned right rightCaU
Calf Jell Exchange 311 or h1 1111 1111Re 131Regal
Re Regal al Cleaning JI I Dre4ag > Ce
Pretlkee was receiving mall at MurrayWhile Murray MurrayVhtle
While walking down State street yes yesterday yesterday
terday moaning Manse faus noticed a man manwho manwho
who was wrtng the latest make of ofclothes ofclothes
clothes standing near the postofftce He Hethousht Hethought
thought that the man answered the de description description
scription Shortly afterward the man manentered manentered
entered the office and bought a money moneyorder moneyorder
order which he sent east The man mandenied mandenied
denied hl his Identity but when more moreproof moreproof
proof wu brought forward he con confe88ed confessed
fe88ed He said he left the Twenty Twentyfourth Twentyfourth
fourth about tour weeks ago and since sincethat sincethat
that time hall spent much ot his time timeon
on the road He Is an Au Austrian AustrianThe trlan trlanThe
The prisoner W8 taken to Fort Doug Douglas
la las yesterday afternoon by Marshal Marshallau88 MarshalMauss
lau88 who for his work will receive receivethe receivethe
the usual iO reward rewardBOND rewardBOND
BOND CASE IS APPEALED APPfAlEDSuit
Suit Against Local Bankers Goes to toOircuit toCircuit
Circuit Court of Appeals on onWrit onWrit
Writ of Error EITOrIn
In the case ot the United States Min 11InIng Mining
Ing company against W S McCornlck McCornlckand
and M H Walker which was tried at atUle atthe
the last session of the United States Statescourt Statescourt
court on an injunction bond given by bythe bythe
the defendants and In which the court courtnrdered courtordered
ordered judgment against McCornick McCornickand
and Walker for something over 31000 31000the 33000the
the Slefendanta 1efendant filed a bill of exceptions exceptionsMonday exceptionsMonday
Monday having appealed from the de decision decision
cision The appeal was allowed and andthe andthe
the bill filed The mining company companyalso companyalso
also excepted to the amount of the thejudgment thejudgment
judgment and an order wu made that thatthe
the bill of exceptions stand for both bothparties bothparties
parties on their respective writs nf oferror
error to the United States circuit court courtof courtof
of appeals Mr McComJck and Mr MrWalker tr trValker
Walker perfected their writ of error errorand errorand
and an order was made granting thewrit the thewrit
writ and fixing the bond at 500 500INNOGEr 500INNOCENT
INNOCENT T MAN A PRISONER PRISONERJack
Jack Smith Is Detained Two Weeks WeeksOharged WeeksCharged
Charged With Having Stolen StolenFour StolenFour
Four Tomatoes TomatoesAfter
After two weeks In the city jail await awaitIng awaiting
Ing trial on the charge of having stolen stolenfour stolenfour
four tomatoes of the value of 1 JackSmith Jack
I
Smith was found not guilty yesterday yesterdayafternoon I Iafternoon
afternoon In police court and discharged dischargedThe I
The complaining witness a fruit stand standkeeper I
keeper on Commercial street admitted admittedunder admittedunder
under the questioning of the city attor attorney attorney
ney that the tomatoes were not worth worthmore worthmore
more than five cents and that Smith Smithhad Smithhad
had not stolen them but witness ln insisted insistedhe ltrted ltrtedhe
he would have taken them had he been beengiven beengiven
given the chance chancefew chanceHew
few York and Philadelpl Philadelpluacannot ia iacannot
cannot be more pleasantly or con conveni conveniently veni veniently
ently reached than by the Grand GrandTrunkLehigh GrandTrunkLehigh
TrunkLehigh Valley double track route routevia routevia
via Niagara Falls Solid through trains trainsof
of coaches and sleeping cars Magntn Magntnent
cent scenery sceneryFor nery neryFor
For descriptive l literature apply to W WS WS
S CookOn A G P I A Grand Trunk TrunkRailway TrunkRailway
Railway System 135 13 Adams street Chi Chicago hi hicago
cago cagoi
i I Ii 1INCORPORATIONS
i i INCORPORATIONS INCORPORATIONSI I
I I
The Walker Mining company filed ar artides articles
tides of Incorporation yesterday In the thecounty I Icounty
county clerks office placing the capital capitalstock capitalstock
stock at lOOQOO In shares of HI cents centseach centseach
each of which 250000 are held as treas treasury treasury
ury stock Officers ere Joseph R Walk Walker
er president George L Bemis mls vice pre preIdent presideut
Ident Charles H Post secretary and andtreasurer andtreasurer
treasurer and these with Jo Joseph eph H HBelfU88 HBeifuss
BelfU88 and William Pischel form the theboar theboard
boar of directors Twelve mining claims claimsIn
In Muntal county California are taken takenover I Iover
over in full payment for the capital stock stockThe stockThe
The Gunn Gunnison 80n Valley bank of Gunni Gunnison
son filed articles of incorporation with witbth withthe
th the secretary of state yesterday terdaY Th Thcapital Thecapital
capital 8tO stock k is placed at = 2500 000 in inshares inshares
shares of 5100 100 each which is full fully sub subS subscribed
scribed S < rlbed Officers are William H Grib GribIe
Ie president T F Keames vice pres presIdent president
Ident J T Jones cashier These offt offts officers
cers s with 0 B Berglund M Beaure Beauregrd Beauregard
grd J C Mellor and James Christen Cbrlstenn
aen n form the board of directors directorsArticles directorsArticles
Articles of Incorporation of the Luck LuckStrike Lucky LuckyStrike
Strike Mining company of Morgan were werefiled werefiled
filed with the secretary of state yater yaterd ysaterdal
d dal The company has a capitalization capitaliaatlonof
of OtJOO 0 V in shares of 141 cents each The TbeLfficers Theofficers
officers are Charles J T Toole president presidentJohn
John Clayton ice president John H HClayton HClayton
Clayton secretary and trea treasurer urer and andtheM andthere
theM with J A Clayton and 0 S Slde SWilde
Wilde lde comprise the board of directors directorsThe dlrectonlThe
The company takes over the Lucky Strike Strikeat
at a valuation of 1GUO and the Lucky LuckyStrike LuckyStrike
Strike No1 No 1 at 3000 both on the north northern northern
ern side of Round valley two and one onehalf onehalf
half miles from Morgan City CityThe
The Killer Leasing 01 Mining company companyof
of Colorad was as admitted to enter the thefield thefield
field in Utah yesterday by filing a COP COPof copy copyof
of its articles of incorporation with Ith the tbeseeretary thesecretary
secretary of state The company bas basa
a capitalization of 00000 In shares of 1 1each 1each
each Frank W V Taylor David W Brun Brunton Brunton
ton and David R C Brown are the di directors directors
rectors and David Taylor Is named as asthe asthe
the Utah agent agentAnother agentAnother
Another amendment nt to the articles of ofinCorporatlon ofincorporation
incorporation of the Western e tern Pacific Rat Railw Ratway
way w + + y company of California was flied with withth
th secretary of state yesterday chang changng changing
ng the number of directors from eleven eleyento
to thirteen A few day ago the capl capltll capital
tll stock was increased from i54ei10000 i54ei10000to OOO OOOto
to 75oo0000 75oo0000The 5 JOOOOO JOOOOOfhp
The Woodruff Family association 01 01niztI orgund
gund niztI for the purpose of publishing the thef
f o Wilford Woodruff flied articles artlclcaI
I of 1 association with the county clerk yes yest es estiday
tiday t rday Besides publl publishing hing this book theassociation the theaSHodation
association will 111 carry on a r real al estate estateand estateand
and insurance business Officers are areWilford areWliford
Wilford Woodruff jr president Aghast AabalH
H Woodruff vice president O C Beebe Beebetrtasurer Beebetreasurer
treasurer biias bI S Woodruff secretary secretaryThese ecretaryTl1e
Tl1e These are an trustees and the board Is Iscompleted iscompleted
completed with Itb Gior George Robert Smith The Thecapital Thecapital
capital stock Is 141008 In dollar shaves sharetlof
of wl which ch 1400 are held In the treasury treasuryThe
The B B Bitner association flied ar ardeles r rtleletJ
deles of Incorporation with the county countyclerk countyclerk
clerk yesterday with a capital stock of of411IO ofltd
ltd 411IO I la shares of 11 1 each of which
2030 000 share are held In the treasury Th Thofficers The Theofficers
officers are Hilton O Bitner president presidentH
H H Ditntr ice preeld president nt AMelia B BTibby BTlbby
Tibby secretary and treasurer The These Theseofficers e eoffice
office with Anna B D Darr rr and Alice AliceB
B Catleton comprise the board of di directors dlrectors
rectors The company will carry on a areal areal
real estate Intiu Insurance unce and Investment Investmentbusiness investmentbusiness
business businessPOISON businessPOISON
POISON FOUND IN THE THESTOMACHS THESTOMACHS
STOMACHS OF KAISERS KAISERSAn
An doubt as to the poison which killed killedFrank killedFrank
Frank T Kaiser and his wife > Minnie MinnieI
M I Kaiser was dispelled yesterday yesterdaywhen esterdaywhen
when Herman Harms state and city citrehemlst citychemist
chemist filed hit report with County CoutyAttonlY CountyAttorney
Attorney Job P Lon In both stom stomachs stomachs
achs and kidneys large quantities of ar arsenic araenic
senic were found A quantity of mor morpbln morphine
pbln > was found In both stomachs but butthis butthis
this Wa given by the att attending > nding physJ physJcian physician
cian to relieve the suffering ButreringIn
In the statement of A B Ether in re regard regard
gard to the arsenic printed some time timea timeago
a ago o he said he had bought the arsenic arsenicand arsenicand
and other drugs from the John M MSmyth MSmyth
Smyth company of Cl Cliieago I lea go County CountyAttorney CountyAttorney
Attorney Lyon ha has written to Chlroco Chlrocoto
to learn If there i8 such n drug house hQuseY
Y M C A SECRETARY HERE HERERaymond
Raymond O Hanson formerly promi prominently prominently
nently connected with the local Y Jf 1 C CA CA
A but for the last three years with withCentrel withCentral
Central Y Me C A of Chicago win winspend willspend
spend today In the city Mr Hanson will willleave winleave
leave tonight for Long Beach Cal where wherebe
be will join Mrs Hanson and proceed to toS toSan
S San UI IrancJsco where he wm assume the thedu theduties
du duties of secretary at the bo boys section sectionof > > eeUouof
of tM Y M t C AA of that city Ir Han HanSOD Hanson
SOD while In the city wm be the cut cutot
ot C R Strock StrockL StroclcA
L A relief truh i and a steamboat have hae I
CD n Bent to we scene
1 1o
o
WANTS TO ERECT ERECTPOWrR ERECTPOtNERSTATION
POWrR POtNERSTATION POtNERSTATIONApplicant STATION STATIONApplicant
Applicant for Water Rights Ex Expects Expects
pects to Put Up Electric ElectricPlant ElectricPlant
Plant PlantShould PlantShould
Should the application at Milton S SHamtlton SHamilton
Hamilton of Oakland Cal for a par porUoo parUoa
Uoo of the unappropriated water of Big BigCottonwood BigCottonwood
Cottonwood creek filed with the state stateengineer Itateen8loeer
engineer be granted an electric powerplant power powerplant
plant for electric lighting and machinery machinerypropelling machinerypropelling
propelling purposes win be erected just justabove justabove
above the Intake of the plant of the Utah UtahLight UtahLight
Light Railway company In Big Cotton CottonI Cottonwood
wood canyon canyonIn
I In the application Mr Hamilton asks asksfor asksfor
for ten cubic feet per second of the flow flowot flowof
ot Dig Cottonwood creek during high highwater highwater
water time which water will be stored storedIn
In an Immense reservoir later to be bedrawn bedrawn
drawn out for power purposes The Thelength Thelength
length of the diverting pipe line will be beabout beabout
about 11iOO feet of wooden stave pipe pipeand pipeand
and 6000 feet of steel pipe The power powerto
to be generated will be used In Salt Lake Lakealley Lakevalley
alley valleyAlbin alleyAlbin
Albin T Plum of Provo has made ap application application
plication for onefourth of a cubic foot footper footper
per second of the water of two Isolated Isolatedsprings isolatedsprings
springs In Beaver county situated about abouteleven abouteleven
eleven miles northwest of Milford for foruse foruse
use In concentrating and milling ore also alsotor alsofor
for n use e of miners for domestic purposes purposesDaniel purposesDaniel
Daniel D Dunton of Paragonah Utah Utahhas Utahhas
has made application for onefourth of a acubic acubic
cubic foot per second of the flow of ofKane ofKane
Kane springs and Cottonwood springs springsIn
In Iron county for the Irrigation of the theKane theKane
Kane Springs ranch The length of the thediverting thediverting
diverting channel will be 2000 feet feetREFUSED I IRfFUSfD
REFUSED TO CONVICT HER HERSan
San Francisco Jury Finds Mrs Laura LauraMcDonald LauraMcDonald
McDonald Who Killed Her Child OhildNot ChildNot
Not Guilty GuiltySan
San Francisco Sept 2OAtter 20 Atfer having havingbeen havingbeen
been locked up just one minute shortly shortlbefon shortlybefore
before noon today the jury In the c1 case of ofMrs ofMrs
Mrs Laura McDonald who shot anti antikilled andkilled
killed her toearold baby boy on lay
30 30 returned a verdict of not guilty guiltyMrs guiltyMrs
Mrs McDonald was a waitress at the thetlmrl thetime
time she shot the child She had been beendestrtcd beendeserted
deserted by a man who she claims had hadproml hadpromised
proml promised d to marr marry her was almost pen pennil penniless
nil niless and too III to work She killed the thebaby thebaby
baby with a revolver and attempted to tocommit tocommit
commit suicide during a fit of despond despondency
pnc ency Her pitiful plight aroused the sympathies sym sympathies
pathies of the officials of the Waitressds Valtre ss
union who ho established a fund to assist assisther assisther
her during the long illness in the hOi hOipital hoepital
pital and to engage attorneys to defend defendhti defendher
her at her trial for murder which ended endedtoday endedtoday
today todayAlthough todayAlthough
Although MiJ Maud Younger president presidentof
of the waitresses organization has maintained main maintained
tained that Mrs McDonald Is not Insane Insaneand insaneand
and bas not been since the shooting shootingmost
most of the witnesses Including police wHeemen policemen
men and hospital attendants testified tesUfiedthat testifiedthat
that she was not responsible at the time timeof timeof
of the trag tragedy tragedyHIGH dy I IHIGH
I IProfe
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES NOTESI NOTESProfessor
I
Profe Professor sor Pete Christen en called a am ameeting
m meeting etlng or the band yesterday afternoon afternoonfor
for the purpose e of discussing the celebra celebration celebration
tion of the coming cf President Taft The Theboys fheboys
boys will be 011 dut duty from about 130 130I
to 5 p m both FrIda Friday and Saturday aft afternoons afternoons
ernoons and will alternate In the pla plaIDg play playlag
lag ot selections with ith the Fort Douglas Dougasband Douglasband
band A special > > practice has been n caned canedfor calledfor
for Wednesday Tedne day afternoon afternoonA
A movement is on foot toward the reorganisation re reorwamtion
orwamtion of the High School con congre conirees
gre irees ireesThe
greThe
The first Rue of the Red and Black will willbe willbe
be out Thursday Tbur day Instead 0 of Wednesday Wednesdayas ednesdayas
as previously announced announcedA
A meeting or the entire battalion at cadets ca cadeb
deb will be held Wednesday edn ay afternoon afternoonwhen afternoonwhen
when particulars relating to the parade paradeIn
In honor of the pre president ldent will be dls dlscu88Cd discussed
cussed cu88CdLe
Le Roy orthrnan first lieutenant of ofCompany ofCompany
Company C returned to school yesterday ye8terdaafter yesterdayafter
after a months trip to Camp Perr Perrwhere Perry Perrywhere
where he has been repre representing enting the Na National National
tional Guard of Utah as a marksman marksmanAn
An advanced class will he formed by by1I88 byMiss
Miss Elsie J J Ward sometime during the thecoming thecoming
coming week fee those students who wish wishto
to continue along th lines of oral ex expression i ipres
pres pression lon Profes Professor orJ J H Harwood will willopen willopen
open cla classes 8elil for beginners In freehand freehanddraiing freehanddrawing
drawing and clay modeling next Ion Monday Ionday
day
r
Ronl Stnle Bread Depot DepotOpen DepotOpen
Open every morning Entrance on onThird onThird
Third South Good bread very cheap cheapIf
If it Is to be done well Century CenturyPrinting CenturyPrinting
Printing Co must do it 005 Post Postoffice Postotllee
office Place
1 I IUNIVERSITY IUNIVERSITY
i iI I UNIVERSITY NOTES NOTESAt
At the close of the registration hour hourMonday hourMonday
Monday afternoon the registrars books books6howed booksshowed
showed a total of 040 to students which ts tsabout isabout
about 100 less than the total registration registrationof
of last year It Is expected that b by the 1lemidyear themidyear
midyear the total registration will have havereaeh havereached
reached 1000 students The regular class classwork classwork
work began In all courses promptly at
810 oclock MooollY The regular hour hourrecitation hourrecitation
recitation periods were conducted In all allcla allclasses
cla classes sp and the regular laboratory laboratoryperiods laboratoryperiods
periods In all laboratory sections sectionsI sectionsThe
I The registration In the medical school schoolthe schoolthe
the present year greatly exceeds all ex
I pectationg ot the medical faculty At the theregular theregular
regular laboratory p period < < > nod Monday thirty thlrtyIIIx thirtysix
IIIx freshmen and thirty sophomore stu studentll students
dents reported for work and It Is ex expected expected
pected that by the beginning of October Octoberthe
the registration In this department will willbe wlUbe
be eighty students A number of stu students students
dents are taking the ftrstear course course1ft
1ft anatomy for the purpose or physical physicaleducation physicaleducation
education training trainingThe
The attendance In the law department departmentwhile
while not as heavy as was expected expectedgreatly expectedgreatly
greatly exceeds the registration of last lastyea lastyear
yea yearProfessor
Profe Professor or George Core Corey will be absent absentfrom absentfrom
from school for the next ten days on onleave onleave
leave oJf absence while attending the themeeting themeeting
meeting of the state and local taxation taxationCO1ventlon taxationconvention
convention In Loulsvlllp KentuckY KentuckYAll KentuckyAU
All Who WhoWould WhoWould
Would Enjoy Enjoygood
good health with its blessings must understand un understand
i
derstand quite clearly t hat it imol involves yes the thoquestion theI
I question of right livin living with all the term termimplies termI
I implies With proper knowledge of What Whatis
is best each hour of recreation of enjoYmont enjoy enjoyment
mont of contemplation lnd of effort may maybe maybe
be made to contribute to living aright arightThen arightTen
Then the use of medicines may be dis dispcneed dispeneed
pcneed with to adYan advantaEe but under or ordinary ordinary
I
dinary conditions in many instances a asimple asimple
simple wholesome remedy may be invalu invaluable invaluable
able if token at the proper time and the theCalifornia theCalifornia
California Fig Syrup Co holds that it is isJ isI
J I alike important topw8ent to Pre sent the subject subjecttruthfully subjectj
j truthfully and to supply the one perfect perfecti perfectLaxative
i Laxative to those desiring it itConsequently I ICon
Con Consequently cqucntly the Compa11Ys Syrup of ofFibs I IFigs
Figs and Elixir of Senna gives general generalsatisfaction generalsatisfaction
satisfaction To get its beneficial effects effectsbuy effectsbuy
buy the genuine manufactured by the theCalifornia theCalifornia
California Fi Fig Syrup Co only and for sale saleba II IIb
b ba all Ien lendiu iJ1 artist artisthe St8
dte + n auxiliary X11i In corapegtton mpe rti with ithl
t tllJ l Rebekahs
TAKfS ACID FOR MEDICINE MEDlClNfMrs
Mrs Caroline E Jacobs Makes Mis Mistake Mistake
take Which Very Nearly Cost OostHer CostHer
Her LifeMrs Life LifeMrs
Mrs Caroline E Jacobs of 8M Third Thirdavenue Thirdavenue
avenue mother of Miss Emilia Jacobs Jacobsthe Jacobsthe
the writer who died a week ago of typhoid ty typhoid
phoid fever took a small quantity of ofcarbolic ofcarbolic
carbolic acid mistaking It for medicine medicineesterday medicineyesterday
yesterday afternoon l For < or several hours hourstwo hourstwo
two doctors despaired of saving her but butlate butlate
late last night she was pronounced out outot outof
ot danger by Dr W V F Beer r and Dr DrS DrS
S C Baldwl Baldwllr8o BaidwiMrs
Mrs lr8o Jacobs had been taking a pre prescription prescription
scription At noon yesterday she became becameIII
III and took from the medicine chest a abottle abottle
bottle of carbolic acid used as a disin disinfectant disinfectant
fectant since the visit of typhoid to the theJacobs theJacobs
Jacobs home In her haste she mistook mistookIt
It for medicine She had swallowed but buta
a small amount when she learned her hermletake hermistake
mistake mletakeNEGRESS mistakeNEGRESS
NEGRESS SHOT NOT FATAL FATALInjured FATALInjured
Injured Negro Recovering Rapidly RapidlyFrom RapidlyFrom
From Bullet Wound WoundCharles WoundCharles
Charles Martin a negro who was shot shotin shotin
in the hip Sunday by Mrs Lizzie V0B8 V0B8at Voesat
at the Douglas club on Franklin avenue aenueis
is recovering rapidly at St Marks hospital hos hosIIital
IIital IIitalMrs pitalMrs
Mrs Voes who is the widow ot H HVoss HVoss
Voss a negro politician who was shot shotand shotand
and killed by A T Day two years eIrs ago agowas agowas
was released yesterday morning on 1000 1000bail 1000bail
bail bailThe
The shooting is said to have resulted resultedfrom resultedfrom
from an insulting remark by Martin to toMrs toMrs
Mrs Voss Mrs Ed Williams another anothernegress anothernegress
negress who was with Mrs Voss also alsodrew alsodrew
drew a pistol saying she too had been beLninsulted beeninsulted
insulted but was prevented shooting shootingFIVE shootingFIVE
FIVE BECOME E CITIZENS CITIZENSThere
There are five new citizens ot the theUnited theUnited
United States a3 a result of the naturalization naturali naturalization
zation hearing before Judge C W WMorse WMorse
Morse yesterday Seven applications applicationswere
were he heard rd one was dismissed beau becausrthere p pthere
there has been no response for months monthsand monthsand
and the other was continued The new mIicitizens newcitizens
citizens are John D Johnson SwedenConrad Sweden SwedenConrad
Conrad Deck Switzerland Rudolph RudothSchmidt RudolphSchmidt
Schmidt Austria John D Purd PurdGreat Purdy PurdyGreat
Great Britain and Philip Tadje G Gcr Gcrmany T Tman
man many Three naturalization cases wi will willbe l lbe
j jthe
be brought before Judge T D Lewis of ofthe
the district court on Wednesday aU aUcontinued allcontinued
continued cases casesPREDICTS casesPREDICTS
PREDICTS RISE I IN J COST COSTOF COSTOF
OF BUILDING MA MATERIAL MATERIALEdward ERIAL ERIALEdwanl
Edward M A Ashton hton secretary and treas treasurer
urer of the AshtonJenkins company who whorEturned whoreturned
rEturned ye yesterday terda from a business trip
to the Pacific northwest t reports that the thetrade thetrade I
trade will soon be compelled to pay higher higherprices higherprices
prices for building material materialA
A shortage of cars Is not the only
reason for the Inc increased 1Hd price of lum
ber said Mr Ir Ashton Considerable
building is being done on the coast and andmore andmore
more lumber is being used With ith ailvelv +
demand In Utah thIs means an increased Increuedeo
eo cost t
costIn tIn
In Portland I was surprised to learn
th that t in spite of Portlands great lead In InpopuhUon inpopulation
population Salt Lake bank clearings are areequa areequal
equal
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MARRIAGE LICENSES LICENSESJ LICENSESJoseph
Joseph J ph M r Han Hanson on Salt Lake frs Carrie Car
rie B Neer eer Leeper Pa PaAndrtwA PaAndrew
Andrew A Malstrop tldvale Mary M Mpst
West pst Ogden OgdenJoseph OgdenJoseph
Joseph H Gordon Murray Katie A
Simper Murray 1IurrayFrederick MurrayFrederick
Frederick Hansen Salt rAke Maud H
WClitwood Salt Lake LakeR
R A Bowman Weiser Elser Ida JennIe
E TImmer Salt Lake LakeF
F S Maloy Sa Sat t Lake Eslle Hower
Salt Lake LakeMrs LakeMrs
Mrs Winslows Soothing Syrup Syruphas
has been used for YEARS oylIIII oylIIIIof oy di LI LIof
of MOTHERS for their CHILDkE
WHILE TEETHING wt with h PERFEG1 PERFEG1EUCCESS PERFEtSUCCESS
SUCCESS It SOOTHES the HJLD
SOFTENS the GUMS ALLA ALLAYS YS all
PAIN CURES WIND COLIC and and Is tl the thebest < l lt
best t remedy for DIARRH01A Sold b bDruggists by
Druggists in every part of the world He Liesure
sure and ask for or Mrs Vlnslows Sooth ScothIng Soothing I
Ing Syrup prod md take no other kind iTwentyfive i iTwentyfive
Twentyfive ants a bottle GlA GtARA GtARATEED
TEED UNDER THE FOOD Ai lD DRUG VRUGACT DRUGACT
ACT June 30 19116 So HIAL t
1008 ERA
cLrLf cLrLfI w wen
I More MoreEnjoy Mo r e C CI
I Enjoy Enjoyb1e ble bleLess r
Less LessE
Mouthpiece Cigarettes are arexpenslve aregaining
E Expensve xpenslve i iAk gaining favor among critical criticalsmokers criticilltt
tt
smokers everywhere because becaulcof
Ak of their many points of suPeriority luperi luperiority
ority over any other cigarette cigaretteMouthpiece cigaretteIt
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1dr It
Mouthpiece Mouthpcafford Cig Crettes i reites reitesafford
afford a clean cool smoke and prevent waste wasteI vastebecause
I r because of their mouthpiece mouthpieceYou
r You dont pay for a third more tobacco than thanyou
you use as in m other cigarettesand consequently consequentlyyou
you get a beller qualify qualilyof of tobacco tobaccoGrand lobaccofii
fii i Grand Duke Russian Cigarettes have a rich richdelightful
1 delightful blend of selected imported tobaccos They Theyare The y yrolled
z are arei rolled in rice or mais papercrimped not pRated pRated10e Pmetedz
i 10e for or box ox of o oLLMAN 10 10THE
THE JOHN BO BOv BOLLMAN CO Manufacturer sn Franco FranciecoNew
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L New Drugless Method MethodIs
Is a Great Boon to toWeak toi
i
iI i R Weak Women WomenTIHiI r omen omenI
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The dread of drugs operations and other disagreeable m mcommonly means lased so sor
r commonly In the treatment of disease has been the means o CJf ea ing ingx g ghuDdr
x + hundred of women to decide to suffer In silence rather than subalit MlI Mt to tom toF
m F th the things that are distasteful to them themy themsfi
sfi Such a course Is not at all natural A person who augers should shouldseek
lfJ seek relief even en though = the = cure Is for i the time not exactly agreeable agreeableJ s sH
y J A sderttifie discovery of comparatively recent date however teesoves teesovesr
< H r > < tJT all necessity for submitting to either drop or mstnunenm ID the CIIN ot ofthe 1 1i
the majority of diseases dlseeaesL
1 i t itt1
L i Chiropractic It a no natural tural cure and when opee the prlnclp are ex exc explained
s c plained to you the effecUv effectiveness of the treatments will be at once appar appart1J apparv
t1J v c 3 > t ent Without taking medicine of any kind without submitting to any ny nyl
< l L f sort of an operation without Interference iu any way with your bwdDess bwdDessi1iti iota Ness Nesss
> i1iti s J ar pleasure except the time you spend here and without Inconvenience ofxm of ofn
n xm t J S i tt 3 < any kind you OU may may be cured of any nervous disorder stomach liver Iw or orif orJ
if J < 0 ftk < II kidney dn y troo trouble paralysis yaI rheumatism t female troub troubles or anTv anT shaiiar shaiiarY
v < 5 ii a
aisorders aisordersNow disorerslow
Now If you an a sufferer you should certainly be willing min to put a few minutes of your our time against the t same ameamount sameamount
amount or Mrs Pickards time for Q free examination and consultation It may man the prolonging of yeast M Ufe Iifeand Ufeand
and if you take the treatments it will certainly result in the removal of the cause of your suffering sufferingOffice ufferingOffhe
Office Hours 9 to 12 and 2 to 5 daB daBMRS daily dailyMRS
MRS G DD s7 H PICKARD p
211718 21 18 HERALD BUILDING
w u Il Jt MI J fiiI JZl1a J
EMERSON HEIGHTS HEIGHTSI
1 i Fi o vel Rve 01 On the Brow of off3
East st Bench Benchg
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I A Lots UIem8elves on II fertile soil with a gentle tie IIIope of I teet to 181 181mtrwn
Co Cm mtrwn rsCU 1c 1cI 7Vff
Une Unexcelled < < < Jkd view Iew of osf meuRtaht rtieu > ttala and lake lakeDue and ThlleY ThlleYDue
I IT I T L Due south of university and bet betweatt 1ItIa and Uth south streets streetsFree treet treetFree
Free from smoke anokePure smokePure
Pure canyon breez every night
I T1TTT 1 I I I TTT j Building restrictions not too severe but jut en enough Upto to Insure a desirA desirT1TTT delr delrD
A able cia class of residences residencesI
SOL SOLD D
a I I OUI piees races Including cement walks paid for and city water mains laid laidin
0 0tI2
tI2 225 to 0 300 Lot LotI
KenSington Ke h s r ng ngA lOr1 AvC vc per
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a I i SOLD Mil prefer to sell for cash but sell on monthly payments ot otg
11 ti L g O OL I L l t b bti 5 500 500SOLD 00 00IJ
IJ SOLD
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glflar7 4 or more per lot with LOvY L0WIi INTEREST CJII the ultpaids unpaid unpaidbalance
s balance balancePRESENT balancePRESENT
PRICES PRESENT L LOW V PRICES ONLY UNTIL o OCT < Jr 1 1909 1909I
I t = I I Now is the time to select your our lots lotsi
I I g a 0 I 1 1 Over 83 Lots is Sold Z80 to Claae Choose Pr Pri Prim
i I I t
j inc including uding corners and every frontage desired desiredLoqan de bed bedI
I Logan Af Art A small deposit will hold Jots of our r choice choiceNo
I No trouble to show property propertyI J
I
I li Ve e have a representative on the grounds while grading gradingI
I t A = I fTTTTTff H t rl for cement walks is going on or you CAn can at our office in inI in
a
I t J SOLD TEMPLETON BUILDING BUILDINGt
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liGEORGEM tANNON Rooms m 512513 512513EANNON COMPANY MPANYIiJJ 1
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nn la4 la4an cr 1 t vt S1aItr S JtU wfio bo slJt shat himself himself tionate expense In development will be
at a lv 111 al hotel on S Sept Pt 11 dIed toda i borne equally by both interests bel 01 tU a hit hl large feature C number 1J ebe ebevaOs ryas vaOs of to acuooi c v children ud dJr a en i b bcass aa uwirit v 11 < < 11 he hC1s 1 < 1 1D tees t Prosy Prellv
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