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ThE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SUNDAY NOV 28 1909 9
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Clothing
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Bigger and Better
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Get in the
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Itlullett
Clothing
Company
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The fine points of these
aew Mullet Clothing Com
pany Overcoats are easily
distinguished The style
the tailoring the fit and
the graceful lines are easi
ly seen The quality is
there too Youll find it
out after you ye worn
them awhile You11 get a
great deal of satisfaction
out of one of these great
overcoats Extra good
nInes WIlY not get one 1
See show windows
Mullett Clothing
Company
Half block west from Main
on Second South
Visit our subway base
ment salesroom work
ingmens headquarters
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MAKERS
Vhen the
Stomach Stops
Working Properly Because There Is
Wind in it Use Stuarts Dyspepsia
Tablets to Set it Going Again
A Trial Dox Free
THE DOCTORS call It flatulency but
unprofessional folks know It as wind on
the stomach and a most distressing
state of things it is It Is a serious con
dition of this great motor organ Always
nnoin and painful In the extreme at
times often leading to bad and fatal re
sults The stomach embarrassed and
hampered with wInd cannot take care of
Its food properly and indigestion follows
and this has a train too appalling to enu
merate The entire system Is Implicated
made a active or passIve factor in thIs
trouble and life soon becomes a question
able boon
ALL THIS IS EXPLAINED In doctor
books how undigested food causes
gasses by fermentation and fomentation
in which process some essential fluids are
destroedburnt upwasted by chemleal
action followed by defective nutrition
and the distribution through the alimen
tary tract of chemically wrong clements
and as a consequence the stomach and
entire system Is starved Plenty ot food
you see but spoilt In preparation and
worse than worthless
A DERANGED STOMACH is the epit
ome ot evIl nothing too bad to emanate
from It but the gas It generates Is prob
ably Its worst primary effect and the
Duly way to do away with thIs Is to re
move the cause STUARTS DYSPEP
SIA TABLETS go to the root ot thIs
trouble They attack the gjlS making
foods and render them harmless Flatu
lency or wind on the stomachslmply can
not exist where these powerful and won
derworkJn little tablets are In evIdence
THEY WERE MADE for this very pur
pose to attack gas making foods and con
vert them into proper nutrIment This Is
their province and office A whole boot
could be written about them and then
not all told that might be told with profit
to sufferers from this painful disease
dyspppsia It would mention the years of
patient and expensive experiment In ef
fort to arrive at this resultof failures
innumerable and at last success It would
make mention ot the different stomach
corrttlves that enter in to this tablet
and make It faithfully represent all
STPARTS DYSPFPST TAJ3LETS are
not alone Intended for the sIck but well
folks as well for the person who craves
hearty foods and wants to eat heartily
and run no risk of bad effects they act
like a charm and make eating and diges
tion a delIght and pleasure They keep
the stomach active and energetic and able
and willing to do extra work without spe
cial labor or effort Dont forget this
Well people are often neglected but the
STAUART DYSPEPSIA TABLETS have
them In mind
A FREE TRIAL PACKAGE will be
tnt any one who wants to know just
what they are how they look and taste
before beginning treatment with them
After this 10 to the drug store for them
everywhere here or at home they are
00 cents a box and by getting them at
home you will save time and postage
Your doctor will prescribe them they
say there are 4OQCO doctors using them
but when you know what Is the matter
of yourself why go to th expense of a
prescription Fo free trial package ad
dress F A Stuart Co 150 Stuart Buld
ig rarabal1 Michigan
P S netter send today for samples of
the tablet You will get quite a box of
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FROWI TROPICS
TO HEAL US
Ce ron Sed Plan
In Central AmerIca many natives are
gathering the seeds of this plan Cedron
Seed 110 rare medicine that has valuable
curative powers But few drug stores
carry this seed owing to the hIgh cost
of the article
ThIs country is largo consumer of
thIs costly Beed because it enters into
the famous catarrh remedy Perona
sold the world over
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MADSENS
PREHOLIDAY CLEARING
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SALE i ±
Room must be made for Christmas cltslong ago bought and nov pouring in We have just
received a carload of FUMED GOODS such as Rockers Morris Chairs Couches 5piece Li
brary Suites all either upholstered in genuine leather or with removable leather cushions Ve
also have a large amount of Smoking Sets and Cellarettes very handsome presents for gentlem
These goods are now on show on our entire lover floor WTC will be glad to reserve anything in
our store for you until Christmas
For This Week We Have Decided to Continue OUR BRASS BED SALE at OneThird Off
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Reasons why you should use the Born Steel Range
Over 5000 now used in this state
Strong PoInts Thut Make Dora Steel Ranges Most Desirables
1 Patent Removable Oven Bottoms that do not warp
2 Balanced Oven Doors with malleable Iron hingesno springs
3 Double Steel Plate Bodieso interlined with Asbestos
4 Cast Back Flues that will nOl burn out or rust through
5 Heavy Cast Iron Tops that wIll stand the heat and straIn
6 Large Drop Feed Doors for wood and coaL
7 Reversible Duplex Grates that can be used for coal or wood
S Dampers that operate from front where they are easy to get at
9 ShIelds at sides of top flue to retain heat and protect oven Joints
10 Adjustable Flue Slides that regulate the draft for different fuels
and chimneys
11 Cased Asbestos Flue Bottoms to retain heat and protect the floor
12 Paneled Patent Turn Cioset Doors made ot planlshed Iron
13 Planished Iron Endpaneled that give a handsome and durable
finish
Brass Bed like illus 1 SmOO 14 Encased Reservoir heated by patent procenno connections
tration only 15 New FireBox with extra large pouch teed and drawout coal
and wood grate
= II We carry all extras for the Born Range like illu5tra I 5400
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Be sure to visit our Toy Department Ye have great surprises for your Boys and Girls
See our window displaylIalie your selections early
p W MADSENS
FURNITURE AND CARPET STORE
The Old Reliable S157 East First South
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lOSS 100000
Colorado Springs Nov 1Flre which
originated In the basement of the FIrst
National Bank building about 3 oclock
this morning destroyed the store ot Per
kins Sherer The loss Is estimated at
nearly 100000 fully Insured
Indigestion Remedy Free
To any victim or indigestion the offer is made that if he or she will send
name and address a free sample or a remedy that Is dally curing Indigestion
will be sent This remedy is Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin Instead of taking tile
advice of your friends or using lozenges peppermints and such things write for
this free sample and see what that will do for you There is no remedy that has
been more successful in the cure ot indigestion sick headache heartburn etc
than this grand laxative tonic because instead of being simply a breath perfume
it goes to the root of the trouble which Is poor bowel movement and cures that
Once the bowels are relieved The stomach has a better chance to do its work
Thousands in the past have accepted the offer of a free sample and later became
steady users of Syrup Pepsin All that Dr Caldwell desires Is that you allow
him to prove to you at his own expense that hIs remedy will do as claimed
When you have used the sample and are convinced you can buy a further
supply of your druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle just as others are
doing who once sent for a free sample You will learn to abandon dyspepsia
cures for Indigestion and cathartic pills and salts for constipation for Dr Cald
wells Syrup Pepsin Is a permanent cure while these are but temporary reliefs
Here Is a mild pleasant nongriping remedy that can be given to a child with
perfect safety In fact it is especially adapted to chIhrens HIs Read the many
lettlJrs of recommendation that users have written for Syrup Pepsin then try it
yourself and you will see that these claIms are justified Thousmds of the best
American families have Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin constantly In the house
Use
D Caadwells Syrup Pepsin
Dr W B Cald Your letter and
well Montl sample at hand
cello Ill Thought I would
T V a Dear Sir answer and tell
dJ I was highly you that It IJ the
ri pleased with thing I have been
I the sample sent looking for I find
I mo and wish It to be the Vest
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other people v medicine I have
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who have atom ever used I nm
nell trouble going to get my
t JlfklII would know = third bottle this
r1i q1 about IL Should week as I would
not J6 without It
4 b9 pleased to
1 distribute sam 1 1 < I gt It to my
pIes to others i r J children aU the
who are suffer time and It I1cts like magic and will
ing with stomach troubles T K never be without it I am thankful to
WELLER 13U KlttnUnny St HAn you for ItMRS MARY BELFORD
RISBURG PA 1710 Coke St LOUISVILLE KY
DR CAInWELL PERSONALLY WILL DE PLEASED TO
DESIRE FOR
GIVE YOU AY MEDICAL ADVICE yOU MAY
YOURSELF OR FAMILY RTACiI + G TO TIlE STOMACH
LIVEn OR DOWELS AIISOLEITELY FREE OF cHARGE EX
PLAIN YOUlt CASE LA LETTER AND TIE WILL REPLY TO
YOU IX DETAIL FOR TilE FREE SlIPL SEND YOUR
C JAME AXD ADIHtESS OX A IOSTAL CARD OR OTHER
WISE FOR EITHEH REQUEST TIlE DOCTORS ADDRESS
IS Dlt W D CALDWELL U as CALDELL DLDG MON
TICELLO ILL
A Square Deal
No graft whatever Wo put our time lemce and ex
perIence agailllt your bill We make no charge what
ever unless we collect If this meets with your ap
Nw proval send in your claims and you will be money
1 ahead very soon
rwE GET THE MONEY
Vj4L WALLACE LAW COLLECTION CO
Jobn T Wallace Manager Phone 1003
w4Ik 11 k itth Z241 D F Walker Bldg Bait Lake Utah
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That the way to fedEVERY ONE
docs that takes a CAS CARET night
BEFORE when he looks at the fellow
who didnt For OVEREATING and
DRINKING nothing OD Earth cleans you
out as CASCARET naturallyeasily
without that upset sick feeling Dont
neglectat bed timc9 P M or 4 A M
no differenceyoull need it
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CA5CAltETS roc a box for a weeks
treatment all druggists Bggcst seller
in the world Million bores a month
Why Does It Cure
Not because It Is Sarsaparilla
but because It Is a medicine of
peculiar merit composed of more
than twenty different remedial
agents effecting phenomenal
cures of troubles of the blood
stomach liver and bowels
Thus Hoods Sanmparilla cures scrof
ula eczema anemia catarrh nervous
ness that tired feeling dyspepsia loss
appetite and builds up the system I
Ge it today Ia the usual liQuid form or It
chocoIWd tablet form called BarsatAb
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CUres IndiQestion
It relieves stomach misery sour stom
ach belching and cures all stomach dis
ease or money back Large box of tab
lets 60 cents DrUggIBtII in all town
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CAN DE CURED My mUd soothing
guaranteed cure does It and FREE
SAMPLE proves It STOPS THEITCH
ING and cures to stay WRITE NOW
TODAY
Dr CunoadsT 151 Park Sf SedaU Mo
I WILL GIVE 1000 r
IF I FAIL TO CURE ANY CANCER or TUMOR
I TREAT BEfORE IT POISONS DEEP GLANDS
W KHIFEorPAIU
No Psj until Cured
lloXRay oro the r
swindle An island
plant makes the cure
ABSOLUTt GUARANTEE
A Tumor Lump or
Bore on the lip face or
anywhere six mutnll
is Cler THEY NEVER
PAIN until lat stage
133 PAGE BOOK sent
fm with testimonials of A
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WRITE TO THEM
ANY LUMP m WOMANS BREAST
Is CANCER and if neglected it Will alway pCj
BOn deep glands in the armpit and kIll uieay
Address S R CIJAMLEY co t i
Iot ucccssul sneer SFeciAlists living
LI747 5 main St LOS AHjUS CAL
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trial Wbn rOD are uti lied CbaUheybrlnl back ne b
and make life worth living then ray DSl bend asme o5 <
iddres and we will mail yoe s DoLLAR BOX AT ONCJI L
Illel lflr Co 1230 nnrelnY Denver Cob
FREE
ly MOlST Goldman
Gray Hall Restorer
restore original color In
v mild hevlthrui manner
tnlrom lto It day En
tlrelr deferent from rn
thing else Ita sCoot 5
Trial xi Pdea permanent Does no t
wuh off nor lock unnat
uraL lis no sediment 80 iLl neither stlcki nor
greaaiiti es pure and clear M water
Dout erperlmentu what thousands of cnhen
have teen safe and satla1rctotT Sample and comb
nbaolutelr free Be wro to mention original color
of your hair MARY T aOLDJUNoldml1n
DU < t iu Minn Free triaIiett1e and free coab at
Chas Van Dyke 280 MaIn street
SmithBailey Drug Cal
Z C M Drug Co
l While they last
BOARD OF PARDONS
HOLDS A SESSION
One Pardon Two Paroles and
One Commutation of Sen
tence Granted
MANY CASES CONSIDERED
SEVERAL MATTERS WERE HELD
OVER FOR lATER DECISIONS
One pardon two paroles and one com
mutation ot sentence sums up the ac
tion taken yesterday by the state board
ot pardons In considering twentyfour
cases of application for pardon parole
commutation ot sentence and applica
tions for rehearing Following is a
summary of the cases with their dis
posal
For Pardon
Ralph C Mickloy a brakeman on the
Union Pacific was convicted In the
ThIrd dIstrIct court In Summit county
on a charge of attempted robbery and
sentenced June 24 1909 by Judge T D
Lewis to serve one year MIckleys of
fense was in attempting to collect
money from a tramp for riding on his
train and the board issued a pardon for
him yesterday
Rossen Earl convicted of forgery by
Judge W W Maughn in Cache county
and sentenced May 8 1908 to two years
Pardon denied qnd parole granted
Frank Morris convIcted In Salt Lake
of attempted burglary and sentenced
In January 1906 by Judge G G Arm
strong to ten years AppUcatiOl denied
James IcGovern burglary third de
gree sentenced In Salt Lake by Judge
T D Lewis in April 1909 to one year
Application denied
Charles Murdock forgery convicted
In Box Elder county and sentenced In
March 1909 by Judge W W Maughn
to one year Application denied
William Fisher burglary second de
gree convIcted In Salt Lake county
and sentenced In January 1909 to three
years by Judge G G Armstrong FIsh
er worked In a local warehouse and
with a friend he took a dozen bottles
of ale from a barrel and proceeded to
celebrate His employers asked for a
pardon and his case was continued un
til December
T Yamaha robbery convicted in Salt
Lake and sentenced July 3 1908 by
Judge G G Armstrong to three years
Application continued one month
For Commutation
Joseph Porter burglary second de
gree convicted in Salt Lake and sen
tenced In June 1908 to two years by
Judge G G Armstrong Application de
nied
illlam Johnson grand larceny con
victed In Weber county and sentenced
May G 1908 by Judge J A Howell to
two years Application denied
Willis Elliott forgery convIcted in
Millard county and sentenced Septem
ber 11 by JUdge Joshua Greenwood to
three years Application denied
Stephen Quinn burglary second de
gree convicted In Weber county and
sentenced In September 1907 to five
years Application denIed
William Reinhart grand larceny con
victed In Salt Lake and sentenced in
1larch 19G5 to eighteen months AppU
satlon denied
George Laffey burglary second de
gree convIcted In Beaver county and
sentenced in April 1908 to five years
Application denied
Nick Prueeslng forgery convicted In
Salt Lake and sentenced In May 1903
to three years Considered In executive
session and continued to the February
meeting
George Pam attempted rape con
vIcted in Salt Lake and sentenced De
cember 7 1901 to ten years on each 01
two counts Considered In executive
session and continued until the Febru
ary meeting
For Parole
Byrum Wiseman adultery convicted
in Davis county and sentenced In Jan
uary 1909 to three years Continued
until January
James Petersen felony convicted in
Weber county and sentenced In Sep
tember 1907 to five years Parole
granted
The application for pardon of Ed
ward A Sorenson which was continued
from a former meeting was again con
tinued Sorenson was convicted of as
sault with intent to commit murder In
Box Elder county and sentenced Octo
ber 28 1906 to seven years
The application for parole of Robert
M Smith was also continued further
Smith Is servIng six months for obtain
Ing money under false pretenses In Salt
Lake
The case ot Charles Deakin who
asked leave to file additional papers
was continued until February The
case ot William Reese and Harvey Bass
ot Ogden was also continued for thirty
days and the petitions of C lI Kiser
and George A Williams for rehearing
were denied
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PlAN iO INTEREST MEN
Prayer Week at St Marks Cathedral
Includes Many Instructive
Talks
A splendid program has been prepared
for the regular annual week ot prayer at
St Marks cathedral Tonight and next
Sunday evening services will begIn at
70 oclock but after that they will start
promptly at 8 oclock and they will
last exactly threequarters of an hour
Music for the week will be In charge of
A H Peabody organist and George
King choir leader of St Marks Ev
eryono Is cordIally Invited specIal care
being taken as usual to make the meet
ings of special Importance and Interest
to men Following is the program
Tonight The Idea of Prayer by
Dean ColIaday
Monday Agreement in Prayer by
M V Rice
Tuesday Prayer and the Will of
God by the Rev C E Perkins
Wednesday Prayer In Christs Name
by BIshop Spalding
Thursday Prayer and Work by Pro
fessor George M Marshall
Friday Prayer and Sacrifice by
Bishop Spalding
Saturday Prayer the Bond of Unity
by W 1 Buckle
Sunday Prayer and ThanksgivIng
by Dean Colladay
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UTAHS NATIONAl PARK
Natural Bridges Discovered by Pro
fessor Byron Cummings
Are Set Aside
Field notes and official plats or the
National Monument Reservation of Na
tural Bridges and Prehistoric Cave
Springs in San Juan county have been
received at the office or the United
States surveyor general designating the
land which will be comprised in the na
tonal park created by proclamation ot
President W H Taft on September 2
last The proclamation of the President de
clared that the natural bridges and cave
springs discovered by Professor Byron
Cummings and his assistants In the
southern part or the state should be In
cluded In a park which was set apart by
the government
In making the survey the official sur
veyor has discarded the names prevI
ously given to the natural brIdges and has
renamed them In the Indian nomenclature
the names gen to the three brIdges be
ing the Owachomo the Kachlna and the
Sipapu
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AIDS TRAINMANS WIDOW
Ladies Auxiliary Gives Card Party
at Eagles Hall for Benevolent
Purpose
Members ot the Indies nuxlllary No 23
ot the Brotherhood ot Railroad TraInmen
were In charge ot a benefit card party
whIch was held last night at Eagles hall
the proceeds going to the wIdow ot a
trainman There was a large attendance
and an Interesting evening was spent
Arrangements for the party were In
the hands of a committee composed of
Mrs F B Gauldin chaIrman Mrs Dean
McIntire and Mrs AnnIe Sargent
Card games occupied the early part of
the evening and refreshments were served
later
HUNT SMILING THIEF
Denver Man Robbed by Accommodat
Ing an Urbane Stranger
It was an urbane and suave gentle
man who assisted VT W Carson of
Denver to aUght from a train at the
Oregon Short Line depot early yester
day morning but Carson found him
self minus his purse and 60 In cash
after the stranger had departed Car
son was carrying two heavy suitcases
and a smiling stranger helped him
from the train Into the station They
smoked cIgars and after a pleasant
chat the stranger departed smiling
The police have the description ot
to supposed thief He was well
C ssed ot medium height and wore a
flashy diamond pIn
MOURN FISHER HARRIS
Resolutions and Letter of Condolence
Sent to Commercial Club
embers ot Salt Lake Council No
81 United Commercial Travelers ot
America at their last meeting adopted
a memorial expressing the sense or
loss sustained by the death ot FIsher
Harris the late secretary ot the Com
mercial club a COP of tole resolution
being scnt to the family of Mr Har
ris Secretary Joseph E Caine ot the
Commercial QIub yes tel day received a
letter of condolence front the secretary
atheWorccster Mass board of trade
CHECKS CAUSE ARREST
Young Mans Financial Operations
Attract Attention of Police
Fred lL Luddy aged 22 had been
circulating through the Greek colony
in West Second South street attempt
ing to pass two checks when arrested
yesterday His arrest took place about
ten minutes after he offered the first
check
Luddy admitted he had Indorsed a
check made out by C B Ellerd on the
National Bank of the RepublIc This
I check had n face value of 2750 An
other check Indorsed In different hand
writing purported to came from E
11 Jensen and was for 27 As neither
of the checks were cashed the police
do not believe they have a cae agaInst
Luddy

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