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2 THE liERALDREPUBLlCAN SALT LAKE CITY JTdH MONDAY NOV 29 1909
I
CAN THE DEAF HEAR
IN THREE MINUTES
Wonderful Results Claimed for
New Preparation Owned
by Easterner I
HE EXPLAINS WILD RUMORS
SAYS REPORTS OF RESTORED
HEARING EXAGGERATED
Can an Individual who has been dear
for a number ot years be made to hear
again In three minutes
The answer to the above Question
would seem to be N1 emphatic No
yet the Cooper stomach man who Is
now In Salt Lake introducing the prep
arations which have made him famous
throughout the United States says
tnder certain conditions yes
Reports from eastern cities state that
Cooper gave demonstrations In which
he agreed to make deaf people hear
again In three minutes with one ot his
preparations and It Is claimed he was
successful In many cases
When asked about these seeming mir
acles yesterday the stomach man
laid
In cases where deafness has been
produced by catarrhal trouble I have a I
reparatIon that vlll bring relief in a
few moments time but only in cases of
this character In the east I have
given public demonstrations with my
medicine that were really astonishing
but the reports ot what I accomplished
became greatly exaggerated and it was
claimed I could restore the healing ot
any dear person In a few moments time
This is not true by any means and
these false reports caused many people
great disappointment For Instance
one man came all the way from Omaha
to New York when I was there last
year who had been stone deaf from
birth He was almost brokenhearted
when I refused to even try to help him
Such an experience as this makes ml
very cautious as it Is n terrible thing
to witness the despair ot an Individual
such as this man who had been led to I
believe there was hope for him
I shall give some ot these demon
strations in Salt Lake City and will
attempt to relieve sufferers from ca
tarrhal deafness in three minutes If I
am successful I will be more ready to
discuss I of course charge nothing
for these demonstrations
I shall be at Smiths Busy Corner
drug store Main and Second South
streets tram 10 oclock In the morning
to 6 in the evening each day during my
stay here Saturday night the hour will
b0 extended to 9 oclock I came
here to convince the half sick people of
this city that the only thing the matter
with them was an overworked worn
out stomach I have convInced thou
sands ot persons here already and
shall convert many more to my new
health theorIes before I leave
YOUTH COLliDES
WITH AUTOMOBILE I
Escape of Bicyclist From In
jury Appears Almost Like
a Miracle
Crashing Into a speeding automobile
with such force as to wreck his bicycle
and break the fender ot the car William
Alleoate a messenger boy In the service
ot the Independent Messenger company
last night escaped serious or what might
have been fatal Injury as It by a mir
arle and cam out ot the accklent with
out even a bruise
The accident occurred shortly after I
oclolt on East Second South street op
posite Edison street The car contain
ing T G Odell county physician and
II P Kirtle assistant county physician
was running east on Second South street
Allroate came out ot Edison street and
Whether in a moment ot contusion or
unaware ot his danger collided wfh the
front ot the automobile before warning
could be given
The car was brought to a stop within
tWC1tyf1e feet and the two physicians
sprang to the prostrate form In the
street Allcoate was placed in the motor
car and thE chauffeur was Instructed to
hasten to the hospital Before a lock
had been covered however AlicoAte re
vived and Insisting that he was unhurt
a < kd that he be taken to the messenger
o flC e When taken there Dr OdeIl and
Dr Kirtley made a careful examination
and found the bo
boy uninjured After recov
ering from the shock ot the accident AlI
coate resumed his work Speaking of the
at dent Dr Oiled said
It was one of those almost unavoidable
affairs We had fire lights on our car
tut apparently the boy dldnt see us or
wasnt watching his direction lIe had
no light on his bicycle and we did not
see 111m until he plunged almost In front
ot our car It seems almost miraculous
that he was not killed outright
Cohns I 222224 Main CQhns 222224 Main Cohns 222224 Main
CLEARING THE DECKS FOR XMAS
Prices Reduced to the Lowest Notch to Effect a Speedy Clearance
Cleanest freshest stocks always at Cohns because our somewhat lim
Fur Sets X1595 Clearance of Gloves
ited forces stocks
space us to turn quickly
With Fur Sets at these clearance prices Its
away policy until to buy Christmas now And weli if Poll do wish so the Furs laid And right now 1 with the store it full to bursting u with seasonable goods 7 Clearance Gauntlet shade of sale tan Cape says for Gloves choose In from handsome amongst these S 198 1450
The Scarf sets or consist Shoulder of Large Cape Rug made Muff of and fine victoria French come bales and boxes of Christmas Tares insistently demanding entrance 64c values In Knitted Golt 35e
coney In brown and black Trimmings are head Gloves
The and clearance tails Lining price per Is ofqunted set is satin f 5 = 95 Impossible to keep these goods outwe need them for our Xmas trade 65c Mercerized Knitted Golf Gloves In all 50e
buys the Uttle girl a pretty set ot white SO we make room for them thus colors
Sf 1 + 35 coney or Angora muff with purse and y 100 quality Fine Gl Gloves In good S5e
weight
collar Down Go Price Bars for One Busy WeekRuthlessly the Blue Pencil Reduces Many Items
Remnants at Less Clearance of Silks
Clearing fOl Xuas Compels r acts on
Than Cost and Dress Goods
All Suits to Drop 113 l
For and mother
one reason g Sharp decisive work this Onothird off aU Suits means well clear this stock z 125 Dress Goods 89c
fife remnant piles bars
1 e gone
V in a hurry for every woman knows that onethird off Colin normal low Prices A tremendous collection ot Broadcloths
Prunellas SergeB Taffetas
Panamas
up but the clearance I sale brings a better Suit value than onehalf off elsewhere Mannish Mixtures Etc Every wanted
brings the prices down Choose Every Suit in this stock has been selected I with exacting care to please a critical Though color though worth to not nM In choose every weave at the
at half and less clientele And since we must provide and keep broad and liberal stocks we be clearance per yard price Bge
Heve in his comprehensive assortment you can find your Suit in any wanted style t
t 450 Broadcloths 1 275
roa c 0 S
18c Gingham Remnants 9c materIal or color i I A beautiful sponged and shrunk broad
fiOO yards of the wellknown A F C T1 cloth In all the staple colors No
Zephyr Gingham remnants Rem The Proportionate Reductions are blacks Worth UO 2 75
nants from lyb to 15 yards each Clearance price per yard + L +
Worth regularly iSc a yard Clearance 1500 Suits 1000 3000 Suits 2000
remnant price per 9 ° 135 1 P rune 11 as 1 110
yard C 2200 Suits 1465 4000 Suits 1 2665 Prunellas give the richness ot a Broad
net 10000 and yards Teazel at Down Amoskeag Outing Daisy Flannel Flan at 25 00 Suits 1665 45 00 Suits 30 00 cloth of a serge with the Unquestionably hard wearing they Qualities have
less than cost s nr bean the most popular fabric this sea
2000 yards Table LInen and Crashes In 35 00 Opera Capes Y7 91 vast son stock What luck 136 to qualities choose from In our the
at less than
remnants ot 1 to 10 yards ess
and satin stripe Prune lIas In th
plain
cost Beautiful Opera Capes in pastel shades suitable for street and evenmg wear Every wanted extreme and staple colors S I I 0
y color is represented The capes are the seasons best models Material is a fine chiffon broadcloth 1 and blacks for +
warmly interlined he linings proper being silks and satins Military and roll collars trimmed in
Domestics velvet and gold braId 175 Messa line 139
cs
ones Though worth 30 and 35the largest number at the higher valuethe clearance price per RIch lustrous MesoolIne In the full 30
inch width that cuts to such splendid
mits choose
TT to at 1795
you
d the
V lUernrzce advantage All colors Including
I 20 00 Dresses 9 75 695 Silk UT rr alsls 395 i price pas 1 for shades this and ardwlde blacks MesslllIne Our regular Is
SOc Robe Materials 31c Silk Moire Dresses in the smart onepiece styles Save near half on a Silk Waist is the good news f price 176 The clearance S 139 i
trImmed in selfcolored buttons some with of the clearance sale Materials arc moire
The Flannels grade for bath German and Btaner t robes Robe fancy black lace yokes Skirts are fancy messaline and taffetas in plain colors and 100 Moires 79c
worth 50c Clearance 3 I C pleated in vunous ways Colors are gray plaIds PlaID tailored and novelty trImmed All our 10 Moire SlIks In white and
price brown blue black and green Regu9 75 styles Blacks and cblors and good 3 95 colors go In at the clearance 19c
tar o 000 dresses Clearance pace + range of sizes Worth to 695 Pay I price per yard i
7Sc Waishn gf Z6c
50 pieces cangle real Dress Scotch Flannels and French Worth waist 6e 225 Union Suits for 98 Et in This Clearance 0 f Clearing the Draperies Curtains
loc Clearance
Price 26c Hosier and Underwear Et a t Prices That Mean
15c Kimono Stuffs 9c 225 UNION SUITS98c 35c UNDERVEAR19c SOc APRONS35c
f Pure Woolen Union Suits these In Broken lines ot Ladles Knit Under Mother Hubbard Aprons with shout Tremendous Savings
der made of Amos
Ilmona Velours for dressing sacques the bElt grades But they are straps genuine
kimonos etc Worth 150 soiled from being used as samples wear All sizes ot vests only size keag Gingham Our regular price
Clearance price per ard 9 C so 22a instead you may of choose the regular price 8 ot 4 grade In pants Clearance Regular price 35c 19c 50c price Clearance 35e 375 Curtalnsl 35c Madras19c
for just Y c French Madras Net In three color com
Himalaya cloth so extensively ad 35e LADIES HOSE 25 c 300 pairs Fine Nottingham Lace Cur blnatlons 32inch width
750 OUTING GOWNS50c talns are In the way Most of them 19
r C
vertIsed in nIl ladies Journals for 65c VESTS29c Misses Worsted Hose tine 25c are twotone effects The price range Clearance price
dresses waists etc at 35c a yard Knit Fleece lined Vests soiled from Ladles Night Gowns ot good outing Ladles ribbed Worsted 30c values Stockings tor Is 290 to 375 a pair
Will be sold at the clearance 25c being on counter Worth roc to flannel made with yoke braid merino heel and toe Z5c The clearance price Is 1 9 5 P 500 Portieres295
2 65c FOr at tae clearance q trimmed 75c values lIen merino heavy f
prIce per yard of price of 29c Clearance pricevalues 5De hose f 5e fled and green Portieres with fancy
750 Curtains395 borders A splendid grade ot Rep
Worth to5C0 Clearance r
Imported Brussels Net Curtains 3YzWorth 2 9
the Cold Wave Well i price r
Despite e Corning
l I JI yards long All patterns At the
Clear all Blankets Thus same price are a lot ot Cluny Lace 750 Portieres395 I
Net Curtains with edge and 3
85e Blankets 55c1450 Blankets 285 Inch Insertion of the finest Cluny I Fancy border Portieres one to three
I pair of a kInd Worth 600 to 750
These last are worth 550 to
225 124 Blankets 5139 500 Blankets 345 Lace Clearance
395
t 100 Choose from either price I
20 Blankets 1491600 Blankets 490 lot at per pair
The large size fancy plaid wool blankets that we sell for 250 Couch Covers155
3 65 1450 Curtains795
490 go at the clearance price of Splendid Couch Covers In Oriental Per
Our best Brussels Net Curtains 3 and slaw and Bagdad stripes 60 Inches
Comforters D 5150 Tufted Comforters SOc
40 75 Quilted Comforter t = 5o OOO Down Comforters00o 3IL yards long 25 different designs wide 108 Inches Ion g Our leader
OO and 700 odd numbers In SlIkCoyered Comforters a few 390 N Jr Worth 1150 to 1450 7 95 at 250 Clearance 1 55
slightly soiled will go quickly the clearance price ot e + Q Clearance price per pair price
II
to VV
QfRO DAILY STORENEVST
ILORDERS PRO P Y FILLED
Ko Weather Forecast for Today
t
A Pair of Pants 1
t t 41 Yo
Tether you want a pair of fine
tailored Dress Pants or a substantial
y pair for hard service you will certainly
find somethin s to n lease y oil among the
hundreds of pairs at the Gardner Store
I
Stylish Pants numerous neat patterns
3 to 10
Pants of strong fabrics made to give 5
good serviccl to 5
Corduroy Pants2 to 4 1
GOOD NEWS FOR BOYS AND
r y
YOUNG MEN
=
We have just received several hundred
pairs of pegtop Corduroy Pants in sev
eral different colors
It Pays to Buy at Gardners
NE 131
PRf Ji G DNE M ST Itd
TAE 9 l Ta
w vv 1019 VtiV 1ro IJ AJ V hS IV 9 l
I
I I
Imported I
Perfumes
Direct from Piver the
Paris manufacturer Del
icate odors that are pleas
ant and refreshing
In dainty packages they
are especially attractive
and appreciated gifts
The Pne Drug
Dispensary
112114
South Main
Street
TO BE GIVEN AWAY on December
24th a youths automobile One vote
given with every 25cent purchase Sale
ot overcoats 13 off 3500 overcoats for
2330 3000 overcoats for 2000 2500
overcoats for 1665 2000 overcoats for
1330 1800 overcoats for 1200 1500
overcoats for 1000 1250 overcoats for
830 1050 overcoats for 700 Best
knit goods at lowest prices Cutler
Bros 36 Main St
CASTOR1 A
For Infants and Children
1he l Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of H
I
e
You can sell ItIt Its adver
tlFl1ble
LECTURE ON AFRICA
Rev Charles Curtis McIntyre or t II
Westminster Congregational churc I
entertained a large number ot his con
gregation last night with a stereop >
con lecture on Africa
BOOTHS
GUARANTEED
OYSTERS
Full 3feanreSolld Meats
Always 10 new CBI1Strom the
shell to your table Booth Guaratl
eed Oysters carry the tempting
aroma ot the sea the flavor d
newlycaught the purity ot deep
waters They are a delicate treat
for lovers ot good things to eat
At all fIrstclass dealErs or
BOOTH H
FISHERIES CO
SO West let South
II
i UERES SAFETY IN TRADING IIEItE
Low Prices are Loud Talkers
These for This Week Only
25c one pIece Hand Serub 100
Tetlows Swansdown Face Powder150
25c Santtol Tooth Wash 16c
25c Sanltol Tooth Paste 160
SOc Creme Mignon 25e
Two boxes Mennens Talcum Powder 2o
Two cakes Pears Glycerine Soap 250
POZJon1s Complexion Powder 330
roc Horllcks Malted Milk 350
Leo Horlicks Malted IIIk 750
Slm Oriental Cream 110
3f5 Horlicks Malted Milk 3I
Willes Horne Drug Co
New HuUdlnl Upper 111111
Doth Phone 314
rc
FINAL GRAPPLE
Fighting Is In Progress and Assault
on Capital Will Follow
Washington Nov 28Nlcaraguan In
surgents are now engaged In what Is ex
pected to be the final grapple with the
Zelaan forces according to unofficial
advices tonight reaching Salator Cas
trlllo representative ot the Nicaraguan
insurrectionaI forces here
The advices indicate that fighting Is
In progress at Rama and Grey town and
that a general assault on Managua the
capital will follow
Arms and ammunition landed early this
week from the Norwegian steamer Utstcln
are believed to be In the hands ot the
Insurrectionists and prompt usa ot them
by Estradas forces Is expected
COURT DECISION
AFFECTS MARKET
Men Engaged in Heavy Specu
lation Were Frightened
for a Time
New York Nov 28Nearly the whole
thought ot persons interested In the stock
market was given up last week to the
court decision against the legality ot the
Standard Oil company The effect ot this
was greater on account ot the active
speculation that had been going on be
cause of reported plans for the consoli
dation ot the principal copper producers
and the passing ot control ot the West
ern Union Telegraph company to the
American Telegraph Telephone com
pany
Fears arose that these transactions
would be nullified by the new decision
The passing ot anxiety over the Immedi
ate money situation lacked the power to
help the market In the face ot the un
settlement caused by the Standard Oil
decision
Some recovery ensued as apprehensIon
subsided Returning confidence was based
mostly on precedents ot similar decisions
to which readjustments had been suc
cessfully made There remains however
an undercurrent ot apprehension as was
shown by the weak ending ot the stock
market
The relaxation ot the money market
owed something to stock market liquida
tion and quieting down ot speculation fol
lowing the Standard Oil decision
The increasing strength condition ot the
Bank of England and the easing ot the
London discount market were influences
In this direction Gold has continued to
go out tram the city but the crop move
ment in this country is waning and a
return flow of currency to New York is
the consequence
Confidence was maintained that the ef
frts toward a combination ot copper In
terests had not been abandoned
Iron and Steel
A revival In structural steel building
work recordbreaklng specifications and
orders for sheets and tin plates and con
tinued heavy business in wire products
were leading features In the steel In
dustry last week Orders for railroad
equipment Including cars locomotives
and rails hare been less heavy but Im
portant
Contracts for fabricated steel have ag
gregated roOOo tons ot which 31000 tons
were for New York subways
From Indications total contracts for
structural work In November will be 100
000 tons
Rail contracts last week aggregated 31
000 tons the largest order being 14000
tons for the Lehigh Valley
Contracts for cars have been only 1SCO
but for the month car shops have booked
orders for 31000 cars while locomotive
work have entered orders for 340 en
gines only 20 ot which were placed lark
week Railroads also have ordered 60000
more steel wheels and some important
orders for track supplies have been
placed
Dullness has been the principal feature
In pig Iron
It is estimated that contracts In all
sections In November were OOOOO tons a
sharp contraction compared with record
breaking orders In October when 12QOOOO
tons were sold
KING AS ARBITRATOR
Mexico City Nov 28Klng Victor Em
manuel III ot Italy will act as arbitra
tor for France and Mexico In the dispute
between thos countries over the posses
sion ot Clipperton island The Mexican
government has been officially notified
that the king had accepted the Invitation
to net
REICHSTAG WILL
DISCUSS TARIFf
American Affairs Likely to Be
Touched Upon by Ger
man Body
Berlin Nov 2SThe relchstag will re
convene Tuesday the emperor returning
to Berlin to open the session personally
The speech from the throne Is expected
to contain Interesting forecasts ot the
Imperial policy The session will be com
paratively quiet It 15 believed although
the embitterment between the various
parties Is still Intense
The Socialists are the only party satls +
fled with the course of events since the
finance bills were passed The recent
byeelections for the reichstag and the
state and municipal elections show a drift
ot politics tendencies strongly toward the
Socialists
The deliberations In the relchstag are
expected to touch American affairs Va
rious points ot the American tariff wlll
be discussed in some Corm even It no
treaty or tariff agreement is presented
for ratiflcatltll The American exhibi
tion In Berlin also wlll be threshed out
The panGerman members are likely to
crlticlse the recent declaration or Count
Bernstorrt the German ambassador at
Washington of the alms oC German pot
Icy which amounted to renunciation ot
further colonial ambitions
American trade affairs probably will be
brought up lin the dscusslon over the blll
taxing potash exports below syndicate
prIces
DIED
TRIPPIn this city November 28 1009
Mrs Frances Ann Brown Tripp aged
24 years ot scarlet fever and other com
plications
Funeral will be held at 2 p m today
from the family residence In Keysor
court
DERSENIn this city November 28
1909 Maren Bang Andersen aged 7G
years
Funeral Tuesday November SO at the
residence ot her daughter 1107 South 7th
East Interment will be at FaIr View
Utah
HALSTONIn this city November 28
1900 at the residence ot her daughter
Mrs Joseph F Bell 11 Goodhue avenue
ot heart disease Ann HaIsten aged 80
years a native ot England beloved
mother of Mrs Joseph F Bell and Mr
Ada Crumble ot this city
Funeral notice later
MATTSONIn this city November 28
1m John 1Iattson aged SO years resi
dent of Bingham Canyon
Funeral services will be held from
ODonnell Cos chapel on Tuesday No
vember 30nt 12 oclock noon Interment
at Mt OUvet i
SAYS WifES BOAST I
CAUSEO HIS ARREST
St Louis Man Is Taken Into Custody
on Charge of Bigamy Prefers
Missouri Wife
St Louis Nov 2SSamuel H Busch
mann is In Jail on a warrant Issued In
Milwaukee at the instance ot Mrs Ber
tha Llersch Buschmann ot Milwaukee
charging blgamny He was taken from
his home last night where he was living
with Mrs Annie Juergens Buschmann
whom he married In 1ro2
Bmchmann docs not deny the charge
Last June his St Louis wife confronted
him In Milwaukee where he had been
living with his other wife As neither
wlfo would prosecute they decided to
abide by his choice
Buschmann chose his 81 Louis wife and
came here to live The Milwaukee wIre
stipulated that she should be these 16 II
month and It Is said that thesa pay
ments were made Buschmann told De
tective Louis Krause ot Milwaukee that
his St Louis wltes boast to his Milwau
kee wife caused his arrest
FORMER SENATOR ILL
Omaha Neb Nov 23The condition ot
former United States Senator Dietrich has
shown no change In the last 24 hours The
attending physician Dr Bridges does
not consider the case serious In Its pres
ent stage Senator Dietrich was brought
to this city yesterday from his nome at
Hastings for treatment for heart trouble
Southern California
Roundtrip excursions via Salt Lake
Route Choice or three dally trams
after December 1 Golf boating dee
sea fishing bathing Xmas mid tt
orange groves Phone 44 IN Ind 1
South Main st Here todathCt t
morrow

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