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T4E HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY NOV 9 1909 11
Making the Standard Rye Whiskey of America No2
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The Best Rye in the Field I I
Skilled agents are sent out each year to the
great rye fields of the Northwest to cull the
choicest rye Only the best will do for
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BOTTLED IN BOND
The grain must be pcrfectevery bushel of it vr + s
take no chances of undoing the work of three gen
erations devoted to preserving the uniformity and
I fine flavor of the Standard Rye Whiskey of America
Write us for a beautiful book telling the whole interesting story
I of how the Standard Rye Whiskey of America is made
A Guckenheimer Eros Distillers Pittsburg Since 1857
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Wear One our Slits This Fall
Then youll wonder how you ever con
ceived the notion of paying a custom tailor
about twice as much for clothes not one
whit better usually not so good in fit
style or cloth Our Iens Fall Suits arc
llotablr distinctive in cut and in quality
TheJre Clever Clothes
At iI e CRABBEs
220 Down Main
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FUR TURBANS
I From 485 to 3000
Genuine Mink Head Hat Pins
100
On Account of Continued Warm Weather
a Discount of
331300 off
on All Furs
A Small Deposit Will Secure Your
Christmas Selections
t MEHESYS
156 Main Street
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Bostoftll Delital Parlors I
NEW LOCATION 120 MAIN STREET I
SPECIAL LOW PRICES FOR 10 DAYS
1500 set of teeth Vi50GOld crowns SOO
Xo better made at any price Bridgework per tooth oo
Porcelain gold and sliver fillings at reasonable prices for honest work
No students employed Painless extracting a specialty Office open
evenings and Sundays All work guaranteed
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SMOTI tRING SPELLS
The Experience of This Kansas
Woman Will Be Valuable to
Others of Her Sex
To women who suffer Dr Williams
Pink Pills are worth their weight iu
gold A woman needs medicine to re
I gulate her bloodsupply or her life will
I be a round of pain and suffering Dr
Williams Pink PIlls are of untold value
to women for they increase that portion
I of the blood wlwJh absorbs oxygen tIll
great supporter of organic life In this
way they may bo said to make new
blood They are good for men too but
I are adapted in a special way to the need
of women ant growing girls
i I Women who suffer will find on
conragement in till dire of Mrs Theo
dore Bowman of No 1302 North Tentl
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street Cottcynllc Kansas who says
I I was troubled with smothering
I spllls for about three years and was II
i I sufferer with weakness common to my
sex The smothering spells were worse
I In the morng but would last Ul1t
i noon i could scar ely get my breath
They grew so much worse that I coup I
I get hardly any rest day or sight I hag
I gas on the stomach and palpitation of
the heart
I My doctor said that I would have to
I undergo an operation I did not con
I sent to this and received no help until
tried Dr Williams Pink Pills 111
pills gay mee great relief a reasonably
short time and finally cured me My
health It since continued to bo good
Dr Williams Pink Pills have cornct
ed serious dborders of thesto1l1ach hay
I revitalized the nervous system and re
i stored to health sufferers from severe
disorders of t le blood and nerves Poi
I rheumatism indigestion nervous head
I aches and many form of weakness Burl
debility Dr Williams Pink Pills are
I recommend even if ordinary remedies
I have been tried without relief
I If you art ill allll tIll treatment ym
are taking does not cure you write for
proof of what Dr Williams Pink Pill
have done in similar cases Their merit
has made them the most widely used
family medicine in the world today
They are absolutely harmless to the
most delicate system as they contain no
opiate or nacotio wlmtever
A valuable booklet Plain Talk
to Women containing information of
value will be sent free upon request
They are for saIl hy all druggists o
will be sent postpaid 011 receipt of
price 50c pr burs six boxes for 2 50
by the Dr Williams Mprlwillp Com pan
Schpl1pltn
FOR STOMACH AGONY
Ask F C Schramm About Miona It
Gives Relief in Five Minutes
I He will tell you that he guarantee
l11ona to relieve promptly and cur
permanently all diseases of the stom
ach and Indigestion or he will return
your money
Have you gas on stomach
Ore Ifona tablet and the misery Is
ended
Are you billow dizzy or nervous
11Iona tablets will put you right In
3 day give relief In ten minutes I
i Now dear reader dont go on suffer I
Ing with stomach trouble Be faIr to
yourself throw aside prejudice and try
IIona It Is a great doctors prescrip
tion Xo doctor ever wrote a better one
And money back from F C Schramm
If you ont say IIona ls worth Its
weIght In gold Sold by leading drug
gists everywhere but In Salt Lake City
by F C Schamm 50 cents a large box
Test sample free from Booths 1Ionl1
Buffalo N Y
Mrs Mary Hutchinson says Pains
and dIstress In my stoman and a gen
eral stomach complaint was entirely
cured for me by the use of two boxes
If lIfona and I have no hesitation In
recommending Its use 508 Pearl
Ftrttt YfIIhntf Mich Dec 19 1908
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CU1e catarrh or money back Just
breathe it in Complete outfit including
inhaler fl Extra bottles 50cDruggists
A Typical New York
SUBmWAY
The Salt Lake Working
mans IIeadquartels
The Innnr Effects of humors are
worse than the outward They en I
danger the whole system Hoods
Sarsaparilla eradicates all humors
cures all theIr Inward and outward
effects It Is the great alterative and
tonic whose merIt has been every I
where established
EXCURSION TO CHICAGO I
November 16th and 17th
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tta 1 Oregon Short Line for UNITED
STATES LAND AND IRRIGATION
EXPOSITION Nov 20 to Dec 4 and
iNTERNATIONAL LIVESTOCK EXI I
OSITION Nov 21 to Dec 15 Round
trIp frou Salt Lakeie5 LImit De f l
15 CIty TIcket Or1ce 201 Main street I
ChIcago ExcursIon I
Ia Salt Lake Route Very low round
rips rates In effect all stations In Utah I
lo 16 and 11 Good returning to Dec
5 Los Angelos LImited 21 days from
I uab or Milford to Chicago Electric
Ighted stearn tGted Obsorvcth
uffet car Ask any Snit Lake Route
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this competitive age and when of ample character it places its fortunate Ml
possessor in the front ranks of
The Well Informed of the World
A vast fund of personal knowledge is really essential to the achievement of the
highest excellence in any field of human effort
A Knowledge of Forms Knowledge of Functions and Knowl
edge of Products are all of the utmost value and in questions of life and health
when a true and wholesome remedy is desired it should be remembered that Syrup i
of Figs and Elixir of Senna manufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co is an
ethical product which has met with the approval of the most eminent physicians and
gives universal satisfaction because it is a remedy of
a
Known Quality Known Excellence and KnQwn Component
Parts and has won the valuable patronage of millions of the Well Informed of the i
world who know of their own personal knowledge and from actual use that it is the first 1 +
and best of family laxatives for which no extravagant or unreasonable claims are made I I
This valuable remedy has been long and favorably known
under the name ofSyrup of Figsand has attained to world
wide acceptance as the most excellent family laxative As its pure i t
laxative principles obtained from Senna are well known to physicians
and the Well Informed of the world to be the best we have
adopted the more elaborate name ofSyrup of Figs and
Elixir of Sennaas more fully descriptive of the remedy
q but doubtless it will always be called for by the shorter
name ofSyrup of Figsand to get its beneficial Ik
1 effects always note when purchasing the full i
a name of the Company California Fig Syrup
a Coprinted on the front of every package
j c whether you call forSjTup of Figs
4 orb the full name Syrup of
t Figs and EIixit of Senna
LifORlmA GSYRtgP
SAN FRANCISCO CAL
LOUISVILLE KY LONDc5 N GLAND NEW YORKN Y
LINCOLN
BOUT once In a decade oPPortunl h
Is offered the people of America
to render an enduring patriotic
tribute to a great man Vhen that oppor
i tunIty 15 offered linked with the condition
that the tribute can be made without
actual expense the response is Immed
late and tremendous
You can learn how you can aid In erect
I ing this vast tribute to Abraham Lincoln
In the November number of THE LADIES
WORLD In addition you will find a mag a
zlne every page of which glows with life
and Interest
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JI Furnishings and Shoes e Hats and Shoes
Childa Outer Garments Furnishings Hats and Shoes
J which were slightly damaged by fire will be placed on sale
< Beginning Thursday November 11 at 831 2 m
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Keep Your Byes Open The Benefits Are Yours
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1Senr four suit and tnJoy It ulan
youre baying fur IrdliE payment
lllnu make it easy to dress right
100 a week
400 a month
Western Outfit Co
THE QUALITY STORE
See State st Opposite Knotaford
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STARTS fIGHT TO
KILL OFF WEEDS
Lorenzo Hopla Wants Legisla
ture to Compel Destruc
tion of Burdock
A movement Is beIng started by Lorenzo
Hopla prominent farmer of Iapleton
ttfih county to Interest the public in
gneral and legislators In particular In
the necessity of compelling farmers to
eradIcate from their fields such cropde
stroying weeds as cockleburr the bur
dock the white weed and wild oats
Mr Hopla who Is In the city for the
purpose of taking home his wife now
convalescent at the L D S hospital
stated yesterday that he would keep up
eno work until results were obtained
Everybody knows that the whole state
Is dependent to a great degree on the
farming Interests said he and the
farmers at least the progressive element
among them believe that they are en
titled to legislation which will protect
their growing crops We have laws pro
tecting the fruit interests but we have lit
tle or nothing on the statute books pro
tecting the farmer
Now I believe that our next legisla
ture should pass a law which would make
It 0 misdemeanor for farmers to allow de
structive weeds to grow unmolested 011
their farms If something Is not done
soon the farm lands of the state will be
In serious straits so far as profitable
farming Is concerned The white weld
which has gained a strong foothold in
the farms around Spanish Fork Is grad
ually spreading out over the fields In lIa
p1eton If It were made a misdemeanor
for farmers to allow this weed the cockle
burr and other destructive weeds to grow
In their fields without making an attempt
to remove them It would only be a ques
tIOn or a yar or two until the situation
would be wl1 In hand
DENIES HE STOLE
INDIANS CATTLE I
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A A George First Defendant
Called at Opening of De
cember Term
Judge Page MorrIs of Duluth lInn
opened the November term of the United
States court for this district Monday
The case of the United States against
Allison A George charged with the lar
ceny of cattle from Indians In Vasatch
county was called The work of get
ting a jury was taken up and lasted all
day
In the case of the United States against
Charles Schroeder charged wIth Imper
sonating a United States veterinary sur
geon the bond was reduced from 500 to
f200 and Schroeder was released the case
being continued for the term Defendant
Is suffering from the effects of an as
sault about two years ago when he was
sandbagged and robbed lIo has been In
jail since last February He will go to
Chicago and many believe death will
come before his trial
Eight Insurance castS brought by the
Union Assurance company and seven oth
er concerns against the Mine Smelter
Supply company were continued for the
term
The case of H H Jacobs against the
Puritan Mining company an action to
quiet title to mining lana In Grand coun
ty was dismissed by stipulation Other
cases continued for the term art
George Free against the American
Smelting RefIning company to recover
568 for personal InjurIes Utah Savings
Trust company against H Herron
a suit on a contract and Mary Hourgard
against the Garfield Smelting company
to recover 20000 damages for personal
Injuries
The case of the United States against
David R Brown a second action tlJ set
a lde naturaiization papers was dis
missed on the motion of the United
States district attorneY The action was
first brought as a case at Jaw and as
such was dismissed by Judge John A
Marshall It was then brought as an
equity proceeding
COMMISSIONER CHAMBERS
DEFENDS GAME WARDENS
Fred W Chambers state fish and game
commissioner on Monday denied a state
ment which had been made In one of the
newspapers of the city to the effect that
the game wa dens 1 Weber county have
not been enforcing the laws In the neIgh
borhood of Huntsville and Eden and that
complaints have been brought to Com
missioner Chambers Mr Chambers called
attention to the fact that one man had
been fined twice on charges of selling
trout The second trial was set for last
Friday the colllmisslonEr said and he
did not appear forfeiting a cash bon of
31 Information also was flied against
another man this trial being set for next
Friday The comml8ll10ner saId he has
no knowledge of failure on the part 01
the wardens to act
FINES FLOCKMJ1STER IN
FIRST CASE OF KIND
T K Obray entered a plea of guilty
Monday before Judge I goe Morris In the
United State court to we charge of VIo
lating the quarantine regulations as to
sheep Obray was charged with moving
a flock of sheep from Ctah Into Idaho
without having obtained an inspection cer
tificatE A fIne of 100 was Imposed This
Is said to be the first case of this kInd
In this state the law havIng been gen
erally observed by flockmlst
STORMS ON WAY HERE
MAY BRING SOME SNOW
Decided falling of the barometer inch
catts cloudy weather today Tempera
tIres have taken a tumble and the In
dications art that rain will accompany
the disturbance and possibly some stow
flurries Storm conditions are general
over the western eountry and over the
Great Lake regions It Is raining In the
lower Mississippi valley and along the
lower Atlantic border
borders
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I L D S UNIVERSITY 1
There will be no regular school on
Founders day Nov Iii Twelve hundred
students and their friends will celebrate
the day by a parade program luncheon
on the campus and athletic sport wind
ing up with a balI In Odeon hall In the
evening The parade will be headed by
the brass band and the student bodyy will
naITh past the old homes of the Institu
tion ending at the present one In North
Mali street where a program will btJ
rendered In Barratt hall It will consist
of speeches by founders and members ot
the board songs by the students the
presentation of an American flag by F
M Lyman and Its acceptance In behalf
of the students by B S Hinckley The
domestic science girls will serve a light
luncheon after which there will be a tug
ofwar between twenty men of the Busi
ness college and twenty of the High
school
The pretty dancIng hall of the Lion
House was crowded to overflowing at the
reception of tM sPCOndear commercials
A pennant and class pin were presented
to Ed Judd and Miss Gladys Carter the
winners of the prize waltz
A number of students from Canada have
already reglsere for the midwinter
course although the term does not begin
until Nov 15
William A Morton has been elected to
the position of registrar In place of A
Alma Nelson reslbI1ed
The Gold and Blue made Its third ap
pearance In a hrllliant orange cover It
is up to Its usual high standard al
though Margaret VhltnIYs bright stories
are missed as she Is not In school this
year
A class In the nIght school will be In
stituted for the special benefit of foreigners
Igners who are learning English
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i I AT THE HOTELS I I
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Dr and airs G A Fox of Cheyenne
Wyo were among the visitors In the city
yesterday registering at the Kenon
A n Holcomb a mining man of Battl i
Mountain Nev was registered at th
Cullen yesterday I
I YJlllam F Donnelly a well known merchant I
chant of Pocatello arrIved In Salt Lak
yesterday for a brief visit with friend
Mr Do nelly speaks enthusiastically o
ad1tlOns in southeastern Idaho and espe
cially those of Poca tell 0 and reports 1
steady advancement In that eltrs growt1
John Johnson and B A Rupp of Pro v
were among the guests at the TCllson yes
terday
C C Bedford who Is heavily Intcrit
i an the Twin FaIls Idaho district Is In the
ity on a business visit registering at the
I lIson

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