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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY NOV 11 1909 11
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Mullett 5 Clothing Store
Bigger and Better Th nEver
J Three BIg Specials for Friday
7 I and Saturday
CHILDRENS DEPARTMENT
500 pairs of boys Kniekerbocker knee pants at
45c a pair
Regular price 75c
300 boys and childrens reefers and top oats at
27 eac11 I
Regular price 350 to 1000 Age 3 to 12
FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT
200 ladies silk umbrellas with fancy gold silver and
pearl handles at 2H5 each 1
Regular price 500
Keep your eye on our subway bargain basement
salesroomthe workingman headquarters which
ye will open in a very short time
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Mullett Clothing Company i
Half block west from Main on Second South I
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TICKET
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20 MAIN ST
Tickets on Sale
NOVEMBER 9 9 10 AND 11
Limit Dec 8
MOl EtJ ANu RtbON I
IN THE HEART Or I
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RATES I 1 YI JC E 4ES6 lli 1 I la it 1 Wth
N I c t iyly
5150 II BATH
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and UD 200
FIRST ClASS Be STRICTLY MODERN
REC AUTO BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS
LAZY LIVER
1 find Casclrets so good that 1 would
not be wIthout them I was troubled a
great deal with torpId liver and headache
Now since taking Cascarets Candy Cathar
tic I feel 1 very much b ter I shall cer
tainly recommend them to my friends at
the bet medicIne I have ever seen
Anna BazIDet
Osborn Mill No2 Fall River Mass
Pleasant Palatable Potent TRIte Good
Vo Gooo Never Slclen Wuken or Gripe
lOc 25c Sc Never sold In bulk The iCQU
we tablet stamped C C C GuaraDte to
cure or your gooey back WI
TRIB
d t guaranteed cure for the Liquor
and Tobacco Habits
PRICE 1250
chrnmms Where the Cars Stop
Sole Agency
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Nearer completion
today than yesterday < <
SUBWAY
OlIiillgluans headquar
ters
Chicago Excursion
Via Salt Lake Route Very low round
trips rates In effect all stations In Utah
Nov 16 and 17 Good returning to De
H Los Angeles Limited 24 days from
Juab or Milford to Chicago Electrl
lighted steam heated Obseratl I
buffet ear Ask any Salt Lake Route
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Expert Kodak Finishing
Shlpler commercial photographers
I tit south Main t srcnnd floor
RIDS THE SYSTEM
r2h or CATARRH
Oatarrh comes ns n result of impurities and morbid matter in the
circulation and is a disease that only attacks mucous membrane The
entire inner portion of the body is lined with a delicate skin or covering
of soft sensitive flesh Thousands of tiny blood vessels are interlaced
throughout this mucous surface and it is through these that the inner
membrane receives its nourishment and is kept in healthful condition
When however the blood becomes infected with catarrhal impurities the
tissues be como diseased and Catarrh gets a foothold in the system The
early stages of Catarrh are characterized by such symptoms as a tight
stuffy feeling in the head watery oyes buzzing noises in the cars with par
tial deafness and often difficult breathing and chronIc hoarseness Thes
are merely symptoms and whilo sprays inhalations and other local treat
ment may temporarily relieve them Oatnrrh cannot bo cured until tt I
blood is purified of the excIting cause S S S cures Catarrh by cleansil
the blood of all impure catarrhal matter It goes down into the circul
tion and attacks the disease nt its head and removes every particle of tJ
catarrhal impurity Then the mucous linIngs aro all supplied with ires
pure blood and allowed to heal instead of being kept in a constant stat
of irritation by tLo catarrhal matter Special book on Oatarrh and an
medlcaladvico free THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA GA I
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I I I I H RANIS
Jcmcy4 SaIc
Starts this Morning at 830 a ffi
Every Article Reduced 35c to SOc Dor
Come early and get first choice of our beautiful line of winter
Suits Overcoats Hats Shoes and Furnishings
Men dont pass up this opportunity Never be
J fore and never again will such brand new uptodate
merchandise be sacrificed at such remarkable reductions
I as we have already announced Come and examine our
merchandise aDd you will be glad to rub elbows with the
i u4 great throng of people which you will meet here
i This is overcoat time and look at the advantage you
1 have by coming here and saving about SOc on the dollar
II We have a large line of overcoats and you can
i certaInly fInd the kind you want in our stock
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Twenty extra salesmen have been employed for this sale so as to assure satisfac
tion and that every customer will be waited upon
Instantaneous Success
The HeraldRepublican is in receipt of the
following tee ram
St Louis fifo Nov 7 1909
HeraldRepublican Salt Lake City
t New York Central Limitedfirst 24hour train ever
run between St Louis and New York left St Louis over
the Big Four New York Central Lines at 845 this morn
ing filled with St Louis and Southwest people Arrives
New York 945 a m and Boston 1150 a m tomorrow
Monday morning thus establishing a new record for
fast and comfortable travel east from St Louis Reserva
tions for balance of week going rapidly Those who de
sire accommodations should act at once
Yarren J Lynch Passenger Traffic Manager
New York Central Limited
via Big Four New York Central
Leaves St Louis Daily at 845 8 mArrives
New York 945 a nl7 Boston 11 0 ae m Next Morning
Erwin Tears Warren J Lynch
Genlrnl Aeut PnsflllIger Dllmrtmlut Pnllllener Trnfflc 17
1017 17th St Delllr Col Chlengo III
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YALE
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The word that carries
weight among builders
Yale means lock perfec
tion
Scott Hardware Co I I
268 Main St Phones 748
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Boston Dental Parlors
NEW LOCATION 120 MAIN STREET
SPECIAL LOW PRICES FOR 30 DAYS
1500 set ot teeth 7O I Gold crowns 5O0
No better made at any price Bridgework per tooth 3500
Porcelain gold and silver fillings at reasonable prices for honest work
No students employed Painless extracting Ii specialty Office open
evenings and Sundays All work guaranteed
Ind Tel 1219 DR BOYD Mgr
7 500000
In slow accounts Is the amount many of you may ha
on your books The uptodate business man woul
J rather have half of that amount In READY CASH
A word to the wise Is sufficient Send In your blUe
for collection
WE GET THE MONEY
WALLACE LAW COLLECTION CO
hn J Wallace Manager Phones ion
3245 D F Walker Bldg Salt Lake Utah
COW TEST BEGINS 1
EAST IS AFRAID
Government Scientist Says
Other States Dare Not Have
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Cattle Examined
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Every dairy cow In the state ot rlah Is I
to be put through a test for tuberculosis
germs by Dr S D BrImhall an expert i
ot the agrIcultural department at Wash
Ington working wIth Utah state county i
and city officials of Utah Dr Brimhall
has teen In Salt Lake for several weeks I
malting plans for the statewide cam
paign and yesterday started with the
city dairy and food commissioner to ex I
amine the cows In every dairy supplying
milk to Salt Lake City
There Is never a better time than right I
noW for this work said Dr Brimhall
yesterday It Is certain there will nev
er be any less tuberculosis among the
dairy cattle than there Is now and by
getting at It now we can make the milk
In Utah about the purest of any other
state In the Union I do not know hoW
long I will ba In Utah and will not know
until I receive definIte word from Wash
ington I
In some states In the east they have
allowed the matter to go so long that
now they are afraid to attempt an exam
Ination of the dairy cattle for this pur
pose There are so many cattle affect
that It would mean the loss of hundred
of thousands of dollars to the dalrym r
to go through a tuberculosis examlnntlo
and then dIspose of the cattle which have
thp germs
When It Is known that Salt Lake drawl
her milk supply from about 2500 dairy
cows and that there are approximately
25000 dairy cattle In the state some idea
of the task before Dr Brimhall and his
assistants can be gained It Is under
stood that within a short time the gov
pmment will send a number of experts tI
work under Dr Brimhall The work wI
continue all through the year of 1910
Big Improvement Shown
It has ben sclenUficall demonstratu
that tuberculosis germs In dairy catH
can be given to humans During the la
year dairymen especially in Salt Lak
have come to understand that hgleni
masures and Inspection help the trade
Examinations of nearly all of the dalrlt
was made last spring and scores wer
kept scoring upon cleanliness condition
of stables condItion ot cows b
and am in handling the milk The city
ordinance fixes a minImum score at 5J
points graded according to forms put ou
by the government At the second In
vestigation made within the last felt
weeks a great change has been noted
The table Is as follows
FIrst Second
Dairy Score Score
J H Schwartz 37 W3
E G PIerce 72 73
William N Hill 45 iii
B W lerrlll In Q5
A v Miller 57 73
Howe Bros 315 51
Jj5 595
A E Anderson I
Sophia Rosander 40 J rt I
Ben R Eldredge 621 812
John Beck 33 52
1v C Winder 71
Dahl Brm 32 4D
C II Stolen S
Fred Cleverley 2S 60
Anson Hatch 41
Howard Bros 35 51
Joseph Hogan 57
cHRn Bros 57
Casper Dros 5
A B C 57
Grmanla 5
W Russell 41
The Improvement Is shown In the dif
ference of the scores and only a few on
the list show less than 50 poInts The
city dairy and food commIssioner says
thousands of dollars have been spent thl
year in dairy improvements Pastures
have ben cleaned better water furnished I
stables rebuilt and cement floors put in
There is always danger of the tuber
culosis germ spreadIng to other cattle
In the same herd says Dr Brimhall and
the destruction of the daIry cattle Infect
ed Is the only means of protecting both
the dairyman and his patron
Most of the expense falls on the gov
ernment Xo charge will be made for the
examInation ot cattle
1 I CITY BREVITIES t
WILLIE RICHARDSON aged 15 years
son ot Charles Richardson of No3 Lam
bert court was reported to the city
board ot health yesterday as suffering I I
from typhoid fever
COUNTY COMMISSIONER John C
Afackay and C B Stewart secretary
of the Wool Growers association have
gone to their sheep ranches near Chey
enne y oo Mi Iackay will be back
in a few days
THE SALT LAKE SECURITY TRUST
COMPANY sold yesterday to Vllllam J
Dalton a fourroom modern cottage at
12 Caroline avenue The consideration
was 1600 and the sale was negotiated
by A Richter
ON HIS PLEA of guilty to a charge of
burglar In the thIrd degree T Buell
was bound over to the district court
by Judge J M Bowman yesterday
mornIng and his ban fixed at 500 Buell
stole a suit case from C II Crain In
the Wilson hotel a few nights ago
ONLY ONE building permit was Issued
by BuildIng Inspector A B Hirth yes
terday It was given to Rachel Vor
then for a onestory double brick
dwellng at 256 Vest Seventh South
street at an approximate cost ot 2500
PUBLIC PLAYGROUNDS AND PUB
LIC BATHS will be the sUbject of an
address before the CIvic forum of the
Social Science club by Miss Rosalie Pol
lock superintendent of the primary
work In Salt Lake schools tonight at
138 South Second East Unity hall at
8 ocloclt The public Is Invited
F A LEWIS proved himself an honest
man when he walked Into the police
station yesterday morning and turned
over a ring bet with four small dia
monds and a ruby He said he had
found the ring In front of the Wilson
hotel The ring is worth about 100 and
in case Its owner docs not appear It
will be returned to Mr Lewis
IN MAKING A SHARP TURN on North
Main street near the Temple yesterday
morning Oliver Ieredlths automobile
skidded Into a trolley pole He was
town heavily Into the street The ma
chIne was put out of commIssion and
Mr Meredith was slightly Injured
THE MEMBERS of the James B Mc
Roan w R C and post will give a
campfire and supper In the banquet
hall of the 1 O O F hall on Satur
day Nov 13 All corps and posts and
their friends are Invited
GEORGE SAYS HE PAID
INDIANS FOR CATTlE
I Governments Attempt to Recover
Money Stolen From Oregon Bank
Comes Up Today
In the United States court Wednes
day the case of the United States against
Charles G Price and the Pingree Na
tional bank of Ogden which had been
scheduled to come up before Judge Page
Morris was postponed until this after
noon
The ten witnesses who had been sUm
moned by James H Anderson United
States marshal Including some of the
employes of Station A of the Ogden post
office were on hand Wednesday but
were excused until this afternoon
The government Is seeking to recover
a package which was received at the Og
den postofflce addressed to Charles Price
and was claimed by Charles G Price
who upon discovering that It contained
betwEen 2300 and 2400 wrapped In news
papers deposited the money In the bank
to await discover of the owner The
money Is said to have been stolen from
a Portland bank
The case of the United States against
Allison A George accused of larceny of
cattle the properly of IndIans In Wa
satch count took up the entire day In
the court yesterday The chIef Interest
In the case Is caused by the presence of
several Indian braves In native cos
tume who give the court room a rather
picturesque aspect
George was on the stand Wednesday
afternool and testified that he bought
the cattle iron an IndIan and received
a bill of sale which he sUbsequently lost
The case will go to the jury today
o
FIGHTS VJlTH A MADMAN
Deputy Sheriff Compelled to Call
Four Men to Aid Him Conquer
Lunatic
There was a desperate fight with an In
sane man at the corner ot State and East
First South streets yesterday afternoon at i I
about 4ZO oclock and it was only after
Deputy Sheriff Axel Steele had called I
four men to his assistance that the luna
tic who had made a break for liberty
was subdued and placed in the patrol
wagon
The Insane man who gives the name of
Jack Harrigan has been In the city jail
for about one week Yesterday an in
sanity complaint was Issued and Deputy
Sheriff Steele started with his man for
the county jail At State street the man I
sUddenly attacked Steele and fought I
viciously to free the officers hold With
the assistance of four other men Steele
succeeded in getting handcuffs on his
prisoner and placing him In the patrol
wagon HI was taken to the county jail
ADDRESS MAil PlAINlY
j
Thirteen Million Packages Lost Last
Year Because of Care
lessness
I
As the season approaches for the send I
Ing of holiday letters and packages
through the malll the rules which gov
ern the sending of such articles will be
Impressed upon the public through the
ordinary posters which are used at the
postofflces and In other was
Chief among the Instructions Is that of i
having the articles sent through the malls
properly wrapped and addressed That
there has ben much carelessness In this
matter Is shown In the statement made
In the pamphlets Issued at the close ht
19118 that more than 13000000 pieces of
mall matter were sent during the pre
ceding year to the division of dead let
ters because ot carelessness In writIng
addresses
Attention also will be called to th ad
visability of registering valuable pack
ages sent through the mail

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