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8 fc THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY DEC 3 1909
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AllOWS FAPSERS F
TO BUTCHlm HOGS
Veterinarian Modifies Rule
Concerning Inspection of
Meat Sentto Sat Lake
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n the future farmers wBI be allowed
t lighter hogs themsel yes and then
1K them to the city inspector at the
iiMrr hou > for inspection These
01 i r were if vu il by J W Treman city
1 111111 Ian t < > all of the m at insrxcxnrs
drtlay and vlil removE I one of the
jd i rotest against the i ifRUlatrlona
> 11 Lave I Liistd a serious inc uvin
I and los uf inonej to the farmers
i r i the mat inspection JMCIU all
i li ul to tn butchered ai one of the
u d slaughter houses or they could
J 1 sold in halt Lake It tosi the
i nn about J 1 a head to ha e this done
n iti < willing to have the meat in
i l > d bftoii citf < nng it fo r salt in the
i Init did not take kindly to the added
f of Maugnt r house charges All till
trrxrs will liuf t 1 do nou is to leave
C n u of the vttal organs li I then nat
Ul i 1 1 position and taU them to the city
jutois I at tin slaughter houses Th
> IPdion and stamping will I cost the
i1or nothing
Mi Trtmaii issued the following Inetrue
tl s t > his HIM tois yesterday
Ml r < ngi can bi inspected at the local
milter hons undir ei iT inspection
i Ikd the have been killed and ban
lId l in It Sa l lillY manner anti prov Inc
In Id the natural at
i viz 1 1 < ia an bv
t v HIflh IllS win h must remain on the car
o The lymph glands must bo laaely
f iiu in d for JIMOIIS cf tuber ulosis All
i gs found in > sanitary condition and
1 if tirn di IM shall be stamped and
pi > d lor fd all others shall be re
TT il 1 in the uual I manner
r is < 1roviloI1S are simflar to those
fi i rtd by the government at packing
i vs hating federal inspection
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UNIVERSITY NOTES I
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Irt > ings were made yesterday for the
M tii at the junior promenade at the
i i I mi rty The gymnasium floor was
lidded into eleven booths aaeh with a
frontage if fourteen feet and a depth
of four feet Each organization will
decorate its own booths The decora
i tions will have to be completed by
Thursday night
The first freshman dance of the year
will be given by the students in the
gymnasium this afternoon at 4 oclock
The freshman class this year is the
largest class in the school
The final vote of the university stu
dents on the revised constitution of the
associated students will be held after
chapel exercises this morning
The regular semimonthly program of
the German students wee held Thurs
day afternoon in the music room of the
normal building The program consist
ed of a piano solo a vocal solo a series
of German songs and German conver
sation Refres merits were served
George M Bacon one of the moat
prominent engineers of the state ad
dressed the members of the engineering
school Thursday afternoon
The trip of inspection to the property
of the Utah Fuel company at Sunnyside
which was planned for the senior en
gineers and which was to have been
taken Thursday morning was post
poned on account of the storm Pro
fessor Fred J Pack who has charge of
the trip stated it would be one of the
most important of the year If weather
conditions permit the trip will be taken
the coming Thursday If the weather
is too bad Thursday the trip will be
postponed until the Christmas recess
A For Sale adii a salesman
net an assistant to the junk man
Jack Rabbit Hunt
Fairfield Utah Sunday December 5
Special train via Salt Lake Route 135
round trip Forty to sixty a fair hours
shooting
Making the Standard Rye Whiskey of America No 9
t 11 r f J A The
ui1 j n Government
lt Inspectors
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f I c Every process in
1 I = the making of
JdL S the Standard Rye
jM Vhiskey of America from the grain to the bottle
including the bottle itself is inspected by Govern
ii ment officials not once but constantly Ever
1 since the Bottled in Bond law went into effect the
Government has been in active supervision over
EOTTLED I4 BOND Oood old
1f ttLt
1t l2ure
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BOTTLED IN BOSMD
No other product either made or sold in this country h
inspected so rigidly No other product receives such unqual
i ified indorsement of purity from the United States Govern
ment
Write as for a beautiful book tellmi the whole interesting story
of how the Standard Rye Wluikey of America is made
A Guckenheimer Bros Distillers Pittsburg Since 1857
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iii Childrens Christmas
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BOOKS
FREE
Eaoh Book a Series of Colored Moving Pictures
All Kinds of Kids
Toyland and Bi dm
Books You Have Never Seen Before
Your Choice for S Labels
From Royal Table Queen Bread
Every label The Books
must show wuYy IJ are given
the words away at
C Table f HRX the Royal
Queen l2k Cafe only
along la A I 232 Main
the bottom street
Get busy boys and girls Tell Mamma to buy Royal
Table Queen Bread and give you the labels so you can get
one of these Pretty Books
Baked in The Mueller Patent Bread Pan
NOTICE
THE
LABEL
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NOTICE
THE
GROOVE
Shipped Everywhere in These Mountain States
H
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VJh en the
Stomach Stops
Working Properly Because There Is
Windin It Use Stuarts Dyspepsia
Tablets to Set It Going Again
A Trial Box Free
THE DOCTORS call it flatulency but
unprofessional folks know it is wind on
the stomach and a most distressing
state or things it is It is a serious con
dition of this great motor organ Al
ways annoying and painful in tha ex
treme at times often leading to bad and
fatal rIIt The stomach embar
rassed ai a 1 a n r ° d with wind cannot
take care of us wj properly and Indi
gestion follows and this has a train too
appalling to enumerate The entire sys
tem is implicated made an active or pas
sive factor in this trouble and life soon
becomes a questionable boon
ALL THIS IS EXPLAINED In doctor
books how undigested food causes
gases by fermentation and fomentation
In which process some essential fluids
are uoyeuDUmt upwasted by
chemical action followed by defective nu
trition and the distribution through the
alimentary tract of chemically wrong
elements and as a consequence the stom
ach and entire system is starved Plentv
of food you see but spoilt in preparation
and worse than worthless
A DERANGED STOMACH is the epi
tome of evil nothing too bad to ema
nate from it but the gas It generates is I
probably its worst primary effect and the
only way to do away with this is to re
move the cause STUARTS DYSPEP
SIA TABLETS go to the root of this
trouble They attack the gasmaking
foods and render them harmless Flat
ulency or wind on the stomach simply
cannot xist where these powerful and
wonderworking little tablets are In evi
dence
THEY WERE MADE for this very pur
pose to attack the gasmaking foods and
convert them into proper nutriment This
Is their province and office A whole
book could be written about them and
then not all told that might be told with
profit to sufferers from this painful dis
ease dyspepsia It would mention the
years of patient and expensive experi
ment in effort to arrive at this result
of failures innumerable and at last suc
cess It would make mention of the dif
ferent stomach correctives that enter
into this tablet and make it faithfully
represent all
STUARTS DYSPEPSIA TABLETS are
not alone intended for the sick but well
folks as well for the person who craves
hearty food and wants to eat heartily
and run no risk of bad effects they act
ike a charm and make eating and di
gestion a delight and pleasure They
keep the stomach active and energetic
and le and willing to do extra work
without special labor or effort Dont
forget this Well people are often neg
pcted but the STUART DYSPEPSIA
TABLETS haw them In mind
A FREE TRIAL PACKAGE will be
sent anyone who wants To know Just
what they are how they look and taste
before beginning treatment with them
After this go to the drug store for them
everywhere here or at home they are
W cents a box and by getting them at
hope you will save time and postage
Your doctor will prescribe them they
say there are 4fl 000 doctors using them
but when you Know what Is the matter
of yourself wlT go to the expense of a
prescription Fm fret trial package ad
dress F A Stuart < > IM Stuart BUild
ing Marshall Michigan
P S Better send today for samples
of the tablet You will get quite a box
of them
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BEAUTY
DOCTOR
Says the Kerr Method Increases
the Dud Measurement and
Rounds the Arm and Neck
DY CLARA BELLE H
From Chicago Examiner
Speaking from my own per
sonal experience and from ob
servation of many whom I have
successfully treated in the past
two years I should say that
Madame Moneaux really owed
her great success as a beauty
specialist to the use of a simple
preparation which is used ex
clusively to develop the bust
arms and neck I became ac
quainted with this formula and
have used it ever since much to
the delight of patrons
If your bust lacks develop
ment or firmness you can rely
on both increase and firmness
from the persistent use of the
following Obtain from the drug
gist two ounces of glycerine and
one ounce tincture cadomene
compound not cardamom mix
and let stand several hours then
add a teaspoonful of borax and
three ounces of rosewater Shake
well and apply to the neck
arms and bust rubbing and mas
saging until it Is completely ab
sorbed then wash the parts
treated with very hot water and
soap and dry thoroughly Apply
the treatment morning and night
regularly for several weeks or
months as the case may require
and the most exquisite firmness
and rounding out of hollow
places will reward you
LUNCH
Beef and veal brown gravy manned I
potatoes stewed tomatoes cabbage
salad bread coffee pumpkin and mince
pie
DINNER
Pork potato salad Boston baked
beans and brown bread celery cake
cranberry sauce and fruit at the IO
O F hall
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Cartensen Anson Co
74 SOUTH MAIN STREET
The Best Place to Buy a Piano
Under Conditions Most Favorable to the rtuc1Mar
Pianos without the Pianola Pianola Piano
Weber Uprights MOO up Weber Pianola Piano
Weber Grands 766 up Stuck Pianola Piano
Svatttt 0 up Wheelock Pianola Piano fN up
Bvwett Grands MG0 up Stuyvesant Pianola Piano up
Ludwig Uprights 325 up Chilton Aertola Pianola fcM up
Bradford Uprights 275 up Weber Grand Pianola Piano VI7S <
OKlbert Uprights 860 up Steinway Pianola Piano AM up
EXCHANGED PIANOS FROM 150 UP
Our Jtechange Department offers excellent examples of Btelnway K
i aclg soher Harden Hazietft Kranlch Bach etc Tbes teI j
wwa lIut ln excfMfiga for the PIANOLA Piano and art 1 IttabJp
thMr flieH4jtIOn
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The conditions under which a great piano business has been built up at The
Temple of Music are the IDEAL conditions Every piano that passes from our hands
whether new or exchanged whether with or without the PIANOLA ia protected
by the broadest kind of guarantee And there is NEVER ANY DOUBT AS TO
EXACTLY WHAT THAT GUARANTEE MEANS Furthermore this business ia
conducted strictly on the oneprice principle Every instrument is plainly marked
with the price and there is no way by which it can be obtained for any less All
Jhat you have to do is to satisfy yourself that the piano is one that pleases you
THE PRICE IS ALIKE TO EVERY ONE and represents the 1IGHEST QUAL
ITY THAT PARTICULAR SUM WILL BUY ANYWHERE We stand in the re
lation of manufacturers to the public knowing and guaranteeing every instrument
and believing that the future growth of the business depends upon THE ABSOLUTE
SATISFACTION OF THE INDIVIDUAL PATRON
MODERATE MONTHLY PATMSB OSS
DISTRIBUTORS Complete New Stock of the Latest
Victor Talking Machines and Records Sheet Music and Studies Also Vio
lins Mandolins Guitars and Xmas
Victor Machines JW to pfl
vtctfr Record J5c to T sm Novelties in tho music line One
ORe dollar cash one dollar per week copy of Possum song free for the
buys a Victor asking
Cartensen Anson Co
74 South Main Street Next to McCornick Bank
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156 Main Street
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A private safe may be rented in the
fire and burglar proof vault of the Salt
Lake Security Trust Co 32 up Main I
I street 2CO per year and upwards
UNCLE SAM AWARDS
UTAH INDEMNITY LANDS
Governor William Spry yesterday re
ceived a list of lands approved to Utah
on November 13 aggregating 4311924
acres in the Salt Lake land district as
indemnity for loss of school lands by the
state The report is signed by Fred Den
nett commissioner of the general land
officeat Washington The acreage is in
the Utntah Indian reservation and unsur
veyed lands in the Cache Wasatch Nebo
Manti and Ulntah national forests
WANTS UNCLE SAM
TO GIVE FIGURES
Federal and State Coopera
tion in Gathering Facts Is
Advocated
Cooperation between several of the
federal departments and the state are
suggested by H T Haines state statis
tician in letters to Senators Reed
Smoot and George Sutherland and Con
gressman Joseph Howell yesterday It
Is believed this is the cheapest and
most effective method of obtaining in
formation regarding the business ac
tivity in Utah
In most instances where the request
has been made by Mr Haines to the
local representatives of the govern
ment the reply has been that the lo
cal federal officials cannot give out
the information until the publication of
the annual reports at Washington
These reports are a year late in many
instances and Utah would have to wait
that long for the information It is
believed by Mr Haines that by the aid
of the Utah delegation in congress this
information can be furnished before
the federal reports are out That
would aid the state materially in the
work
Owing to the small amount of money
spent by the state for the gathering of
statistics some method like this must
be adopted according to Mr Haines to
get information At the present time
nothing other than sending out letters
can be done There is not enough
money at the disposal of the statistical
bureau to send out any agents to
gather the information Thus if the
government would give some of its
reports to the state bureau without
waiting until the annual reports are
published many complete reports could
be obtained by the cooperation
DENIES HE USED RAZOR
Prisoner Accused of Assaulting Coun
tryman Protests That He Is
Not Guilty
Several persons were arraigned before
Judge T D Lewis yesterday but no
trials were held
Dominlco Albajiese entered a plea of
not guilty to the charge of assaulting
Roa Paul with a rasor on July 31 last
with intent to do bodily harm
T OBrien and John Hastings naeh
charged with second degree bur Iaiy
for having broken into the Oolden Rule
store at Bingham on November 17 each
pleaded not guilty No date was set
for the trial of the cases
The cases against Charles Brown and
Albert Reading charged with breaking
IntQ Dahl Brothers store at Bingham
Junction on Febrary 23 last and larry
Parker alias Alexander Wanless
charged with forgery were dismissed
on motion of District Attorney Fred C
Loofbourow
BOARD OF EDUCATION
WILL ATTEND FUNERAL
At a special meeting of the city board
of education at noon yesterday a commit
tee was named consisting of President
James T Hammond O W iloyle and A
G Glauque to draw up resolutions of con
dolence on the death of M J Chee man
member of the board from the Second pre
cinct who died Tuesday morning The
resolutions will be presented at the board
meeting December 14 It was decided that
members of the board in a body will at
tend the funeral of Mr Checsman
WORK ON MURRAY PLATS
HAS CEASED FOR TIME
All activity in the platting of Murray
city has ceased for the time being This
work which has been under way for
month has been stopped on account of
the bad weather and also due to the fact
that the financial strength of Murray will
not permit the work to be carried on
However the work will again be pushed
toward speedy completion when the new
city officials step into office
BAPTIST MISSIONARY
WOMAN WANTS WORKERS
Miss R T Weyburn Speaks on Neces
sity of Establishing
Missions m
Miss Ruble T Weyburn of Chicago
representing the Women Baptist For
eign Missionary society of the welt ad
dressed members of the Womens Aid
and Missionary society of the Imman
uel Baptist church yesterday afternoon
Her topic dealt chiefly with the devel
opment of missionary work In the
state of Utah She said that It was
her intention to remain in this section
of the state several days to try to in
tereat young people of the Baptist
churches In the active missionary work
and to instruct them in the beet meth
ods of carrying on the work progress
ively
During her discourse Miss Weyburn
took up the question of establishing
new Interest in missionary societies
and mentioned movements which she
said had been overlooked in this coun
try
The missionary society of the church
passed the entire day in the vestry
rooms engaging In discussions and
conducting sewing circles Mrs C J
McNitt presided
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Jack Rabbit Hunt
Fairfield Utah Sunday December 5
Special train via Salt Lake Route 126
round trip Forty to sixty a fair hours
shooting
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POSTOfflCE BUSINESS
SHOWS A BIG INCREASE
Receipts for November Almost Ten
Per Cent More Than
in 1908
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Business at the Salt Lake postofilce
during the month of November showed
an Increase of 9M per cent over that of
the corresponding month of 199S Totai
receipts from Ihe sale of stamps dur < <
ing the month jiibt closed were 23071 0
os compared with 1926250 In 1908 That
is an increase of 380920 The receipts
frofti the sale of postal cards were 9LO
as compare wth 695 in Niernb
1908 showing an increase of J255 The
receipts from the sale of envelopes In
fir last month were 416574 a dioppinj
off of 157910 from the corresponding
month of 1908 when the recelps from
this source were 574484 The total rt
te pts durin < the month were ft3313714
as compared with 2570234 an increase
of 224S510 for the month
The average daily sales during the
month were 112749
t INCORPORATIONS
The East Park Mining company of
Park City filed articles of incorpora
tion with the secretary of state yes
terday The capital stock is 300000
in dollar shares of which 100000
shares are held in the treasury The
officers are George Ames with 169
000 shares president R K Wig
with 1000 shares vicepresident
ver C Lockhart with 2500 shareb
retary and treasurer These
rectors with Frank J Hansenjj
25000 shares and L B WigJflh
2600 shares The company ttij ovet I
for 300000 mining claims In the UII I
tah district Summit county known at I
the Overlook Nos 1 to 7 iMlusiY
IMlueITf i
The Citizens State bank of Bingham
with Rodney T Badger at the bead II
filed articles of incorporation with the
county clerk yesterday placing tUe
capital stock at 20000 in shares of
100 each The officers re R T
Badger president Jerome Beauregard
vicepresident the following addi
tional directors c li Roberts John
McDonald Guy Bolognese F E Straup
and Frank Kimball C H Buchholz ie
cashier
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WEATHER PROPHET SAYS
THE SUN WILL SHINE
In the face of several surprises late
ly the weather prophet IB still optimis
tic and persistently predicts fair wea
ther It Is promised for today if the
snow flurries and chill weather of last
night do not last too long What was
promised yesterday afternoon was in
the expectation that the storm area
which occupied the plateau region dur
Ing the past few days would move east
ward giving this section a high barom
eter area bringing snow and colder
weather for the night with every pros
pect for clearing up today with fair and
warmer weather The countrys gen
eral weather conditions are fair east of
the Mississippi In most states west of
the Mississippi there has been rain or
snow except in the extreme south
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0 S1 L BUYS ROAD
San Francisco Idaho Montana Is
Purchased by Railway Company
The Oregon Short Line Railway com
pany has Just completed the purchase of
the San Francisco Idaho A Montana
railroad in which Salt Lake capital was
interested and which was organtaed to
build an electric line from Caldwell Ida
south to Jordan valley Oregon thence
southwest via Duncan and south to Wln
nemucca The contract which was award
ed to D M Brogan of Vail Ore by
the original promoters will be completed
under the supervision of Oregon Short
Line engineers
Grading has been finished on twenty
miles ot the road and track laying will
begin early in th spring It Is intended
to use rails hea > enough to support the
weight of coaches quite as large as the
average steam roads us
A nw liiu hioh is being built along
the Snak liver will be extended by the
Oregon Short Line to make connection
with the line just purchased This Snake
river line was originally projected from
Buhl to Nyssa
STEALS TO PLEASE WOMAN
Youthful Thief Presents Adams Ex
cuse in Police Court
A woman In the case is the excuse
given by Jack Sexton a boy of about
SO yean who is charged with stealing
8 from the room of J D Margeill at
the Elk hotel ast Monday night Sex
ton was arraigned on a charge of petit
larceny in police court yesterday and
given until today to plead Sexton had
the money when arrested and admit
ted taking it from Margellls room He
said he was afraid he would lose out
with a woman If lie didnt get some
money Sexton accused two other young
men with having aided him in commit I
ting the theft but they proved an alibi
FINES MEAT DEALERS
Court Impose 50 Fine After Delib
erating Over Caw
Violation of a law is a violation
whether or not there is an intention
shown to violate it said Judge J M
Bowman yesterday afternoon in im
posing a fine of 50 eachupon J Schnti
der and C W Tistman meat dealers
for selling unwholesome meat
During tIlt trial several day ago
Schneider and Liunan convince the
court that it hud been an oversight ou
their part when bad meat was sent out
from their store Judge Bowman has
had the case under advisement for sev
eral I days
He stated that mat vkdKiv and oth
ers were held responsible under the law
fur the quality of food thy sn ii i and
that ihcj should have lakn 11 PT care
to se that no bad meat vac sent out
from thtir stort
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