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1 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 18 1909 9
ENCAMPMENT IS HISTORY
Executive Committee Passes on Bills
Votes Thanks and Then
Disbands
All buMiioss affairs of the Forty
third annual encampment of the Grand
Army of the Republic were completed
uud Ui posed of at a meeting of the
executive committee of the convention
held ut the Commercial club yesterday i
noon I
At the meeting 4 the few remaining
Mils + be paid were approved and a
ommlUefc appointed for the disburse
merit Jt the necessary funds votes of
thanks were given to the Commercial
luh the chairman of committees the
press and ladies auxiliary committees
ijid the visit of the veterans became
nly a memory when the executive
timmlttee disbanded after the final
jinpltuon of its work
Thos attending yesterdays meeting
were John S Braiijtoid chairman
lo eph K 1 Calno secretary John Dern
II J Halloran A V arlson John
i Cutler L H Smith K 1 Goshen
Arthur U Thomas 1 t H Christensen
A J luvis E T lluhinski William f
Nelson James G MiDonald Joy H j
lohneun M M Kaiglm and E F Col
born i
tnpud + bill l to the amount of UOO
were ported by the secretary and
approved fur payment by the commit
tee thu funds on iiaid being little more
han sufficient to cover the obligations j
A committee consisting of Mayor John f
Branford John Dern and W SI I
ilalloran president of the Commercial
uh was appointed to dispose of these
landing accounts by payment I
tin motion of Arthur L Thomas the
n
committee returned a vote of thanks
to the Commercial dub for the cour 1
tesies extended the executive commit
tee and the assistance given towards I
the encampment both by the provision i
of offices and the work of the clubs
officers and the clubs influence ini j
making possible the holding of the en
campment in Salt Lake
Colonel M M Kaighn speaking for
the G A R expressed the gratitude of
the veterans towards the Commercial
club and the various committees which
had worked so hard in the endeavor to
make the encampment a success I i
W J Halloran president of the Com I
mercial club responded en behalf of
the club and J G McDonald followed I i
with a brief talk of appreciation
E F Colborn and the Rev Elmer i
T Goshen were empowered by the chair
to formulate a letter of thanks to thel
press of Suit Lake and Utah for its
share in making the recent encamp
ment a success Letters of apprecia I I
tion will also be sent to the chairmen
i
of the various subcommittees and to
I
the ladies auxiliary committees
I
No Coaght I
Have not coughed once all day Yet i
you may cough tomorrow I Better be I
prepared for it when it comes Ask
I
your doctor about keeping Ayers I
Cherry Pectoral in the house Then i
when thebard cold or cough first I
appears you have a doctors medicine i
right at hand Sold for seventy years 1
Your doctors opt rtHNJl of Ayers Creeds I
Pectoral will certainly set all Joull at rut
Do as he say He foxes LnwnliTltu i I
LEADS SIX BEST SELLERS
John Stevens Courtship
This charming historical romance and
beautiful love story of early pioneer
days and the Echo Canyon War has led
the first of the Six Beat Sellers of
modern fiction in Salt Lake luring tbe
present month It is written by Susa
Young Gates daughter of the late Pres
ident Brigham Young An appropriate
gift for any occasion
Price 100 post paid to any address I
DESERET NEWS BOOK STORE
6 Main street
I
Whether the place is adver
tised or the servant advertises
the want ad does its part I
yagarl of a ColdYou can never j
be quite cute where a cold Is going to I
hit you in tie i fail aad winter it may
settle IT the bowels prodnela severe i i
pain l > o not be alarmed nor torment i
yourself with fears of appendicitis At
the first sign of a cramp take Perry I
Davis Painkiller in warm sweetened
water and relief comes at once There
i is but one Painkiller Perry Davis I
I J
A private safe may oe rented In tae
Ore and burglar proof vault of the Salt
take Security Trust Co S2 up Mala
street flOG per year and upwards
4r
You see the
HERALDREPUBLICAN
everywhere the homes clubs res
taurants hotels
I
The Army of
Constipation
Is Growing Smaller Every Day i
ICARTERS
CARTERS LITTLE
LIVER PILLS arc
i responsiblethey not
I only give relief CANE
I they permanently i
i cote Coo tipa IwI
tioa Mil i
I lions we PILLS
them lor
I Bilioni
Dell Indigestion Skk Htidace SJox Skin
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SMALL PILL SMAI DOSE SMALL PRICE
Genuine must bear signature
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B 0 ERS
JEWELER
Dont Forget The Number
73 MAIN STREET I
r
Sale Begins Tomorrow Sale Begins Tomorrow
at 8 a m I M 1 i at S ae m
E iIIJIIID BY
254256 State THE BAR ON COMPANY 254256 State
Street OPPOSITE TilE
treet BUXGALOW THEATRE BUNGALOW OPPOSITE THBAfKJe T1IJ1 Street
The ENTIRE SAMPLE LINE OF HOLIDAY NOVELTIES From the
JOHN 7 fl 7i fl J MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE
J 4JUIN V FARWELL COMPANY
w < V IMPORTERS OF CHICAGO ILL o
Consisting Toilet Sets Shaving Stands Brush and Comb Sets Manicure Sets Handkerchief Boxes Collar and Cuff Cases Glove Boxes Work Boxes Music Rolls Traveling
Toilet Sets Shaving Sets Mirrors Umbrellas Ink Stands Purses S1 Automobile Yells and Mufflers many other articles too numerous to mention ALL SUITABLE
FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS
J
Your Hearts Desire In the of GoodWill
Mr John Morton the city representative of the John V Spirit or iooa vv i
T T Farrell company came into our store yesterday and said
H er H eart s D eSlre Gentlemen Ive been instructed by my house to sell my
tire sample line of holiday novelties at any price Ive be Good to Yourself
about 4000 worth of samples Will you buy em 1 The
He S H ear t S D eSlre price is a joke Come over and see whats what
Christmas IS creeping on
Our buyer went over on the double quick to take a b
Gifts that will satisfy every heart are here in look Ten minutes after our buyer arrived Mr Morton Y oure thinking of the good you can do of the
riotous profusion accepted his offer Wo bought at well we dont dare hearts you can gladden of the good cheer you can
N t 0 matter what the condition of your purse here tell you We promised Mr Morton t not to mention the spread Y ou re not thinking 1 of jourself
youll find just what youve been looking for price paid Your Christmas gift appropriation IS probably
Because youll be able to WE t WILL NOT take up expensive space itemizing ev limited Youve a lot of gifts to buy but you ve lit
you buy a BOO article for
aioo ery article but WE WILL assure you that youll find the tle 11101103 to buy em with Youve some olothes to
prices 75 per cent lower than asked elsewhere Its sajdng buy for yourself too Youre not thinking of your
The above is a fair example of how were oing to something but know whereof
going we
we speak self youre thinking of your loved ones your
sell these
samples Just you come down to State street 254256 are the friends Youre up against it
Remember there are no two articles alike and numbers Youll be well paid for that ne block walk
Let us help you solve the Christmas gift problem
there are thousands to choose from
9 Come to this marvelous sale and youll save enough
I t s U P to YOJ to Come out of your Christmas gift appropriation to buy
c E N T yourself warm wearables
S D on to Us If You Want
to Save SOIne Money o MORAL Buy your Christmas Gifts at Barons
Buys a Dollars Worth e and you wont catch cold
If Money Is of Value to Yon COME EARLY ITS A GODSEND to the poor man
An hour in the morning is ITS A SAVING to the rich man
Here IS Your Opportunity 74 Samples I in the Lot worth two in the afternoon
Shop early f
ea
74 Genuine Bargains 1 The crowd iii the afternoon This Sale I of Mens Suits an dOC oa t s
will be terrific Avoid the hus
Values up to Value up to Values up to Values up to Values up to tle bustle 1200 15 16 20 22 2000 2760
2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 Shop early Mens Suits Mens Suits Mens Suits Mens Suite Man Suits
Ladies Suits Ladies Suits Ladies Suits Ladies Suits Ladies Suits If you cant come in the morn and Overcoats and Overcoats and Overcoat and Ova and Overcoats
ing come in the afternoon If
145 1 1045 1135 I 1350 1650 you Were eaut come Open in the Evenings afternoon 1 595 795 995 1 095 1295
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SHEEP ON UTAH RANGES
ARE WITHSTANDING COLD
I have received advices from various
ponts in Utah and western Wyoming to
day and tonight and I cannot learn of i
any injury to the sheep on account of
the winter weather There has been I
bienty of snow everywhere but the sheep
have withstood well and everything U
in good shape nI I
This statement was made last night by I I
C B Stewart secretary of the Utah I
State Wool Growers association when he j
was apprised of the report of wholesale
deaths of sheep and cattto on the ranges i I
of eastern Colorado i I
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HERO BISHOP TALKS
Audiences at St Marks Hear Ac
count of Work In Alaska I
Bishop Peter T Rowe of Alaska who is I
visiting Bishop F S Spalding in Salt
Lake spent a busy day yesterday He
addressed the womans guild at St Marks
cathedral during the afternoon and had
a large and appreciative audience In
the evening he delivered another lecture I
to the men of the Episcopalian church in
Salt Lake at the cathedral
In both addresses Bishop Rowe re I
counted his experiences in building up
the mission of Alaska He told of the I
work from its inception fourteen years
ago until the present when there are 21 I
missions ten schools five hospitals and I
a population of 10000 native converts I I
Bishop Rowe will deliver the morning
sermon at St Marks cathedra tomor
row and in the evening will deLver the
address at vespers at St Pauls
REO CROSS Sf Ar p SAlES
Many P0110215 Assist War on Great
White Plague in the State
of Utah
Not only in Salt Lake City but all
over Utah womens clubs health so
cieties Y M C A social organisa
tions and other forces ate pushing
the sale of Red Cress Christmas stamps
before the public As Christmas draws
nearer the public Interest in the stamp
becomes keener and the jsales grow
larger The indications are that the
stamps will be as necessary to develop
genuine Christmas cheer as will Christ
mas gifts The general > Interest is
much mere pronounced this year than
a year ago when the public only in
some of the larger cities could obtain
the stamps During Christmas time
last year Salt Lake people bought
20000 of these stamp and pasted them
on letters and Christmas parcels which
were sent to friends Mora would have
been sold if they had been on time but
there was delay in getting them here
The people are not only buying the
stamp for the clever idea and Christ
mas cheer which centers in it but each
stamp sold is a contribution of one cent
to the Red Cross warfare against the
white plague in Utah The indications
are that the sale will be heavier titan
a year ago The money will be sent to
Miss Florence Jennings chairman of
the Red Cross society in this state and
when the funds from the Whole state
reach her early in the new year it is
expected that a goodly fund will be
available for Red Cross work Tbe
Red Cross expects to sell 75060 or 70
worth of stamps in Utah and everyone
is urged to help this sale by buying
the stamp and urging others to buy
GRIM DEATH SETS ASIDE
HER DECREE OF DIVORCE
I Deaths intervention resulted yesterday
in sitting aside an interlocutory decree
of divorce granted to Mrs Etta Sloan on
i October 29 last It was shown to Judge
C W Morse in the district court yester
day that William T Sloan had died in
I the Elko Nev hospital on November 17
less than three weeks after the divorce
1 had been granted The body was brought i
j here for burial
i It was discovered that Mrs Sloan was
I the beneficiary in an insurance policy for I
1350 on the life of her husband There
j are two children Frances and Ben and
Mis Sloan said she wanted the money I
I for them She is at present one of the
teachers in the State Industrial school at 1
Ogden Judge Morse set aside the inter i
locutory decree
PIONEER RESIDENT OF
I
I I UTAH IS CALLED HOME
I
Mrs George Wilding a resident of
rtah since 1852 died at 3 oclock yester
day afternoon at the residence of her
daughter Mrs T 0 Poulton in Forest
Dale She leaves a large family of
grown sons and daughters The funeral
will be held Sunday at 12 oclock noon
in the Sixteenth ward chapel
TUBERCULAR TURKEY
I
City Veterinarian Receives Emaci
ated Bird for Examination
The proud turkey is the last victim
of the tuberculosis bug A large bird
which did not look healthy was taken
to Dr J W Treman city veterinarian
by a dealer yesterday and a micro
scopic examination showed the pres
ence of a flourishing family of tuber
culin bugs The bird was later shown
to Dr S G Paul and Dr F R Raley I
of the city board of health who agreed i
that the turkey had tuberculosis Dr I I
Treman asks housewives and others to j
call his attention to any birds they I
buy which have peculiar symptoms so I I
that he can examine them jI I
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BROUGHT BACK TO FACE 1
EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGE
W P Hawthorne charged with em
bezzlement of society funds in a warrant
sworn out by A E Harvey July 19 of
this year was captured yesterday at Og
den by Sheriff Barlow Wilson and
brought back to Salt jilts last night
Hawthorne has been In Wyoming since
he left town after being charged with
embezzlement and a few days ago was I
captured in Ogden
STILL WITH TUTTLE BROTHERS
Freeman Mornlngstar president of
Moraiagstar Beeman A Co a company
recently organized and incorporated
under the state law to do a real estate
business stated last night that the of
fices of the company will be with Tut
tle Brothers company on Main street
While Mr Morningstar has an official
position with the new company he is
still identified with the Tuttle Broth
ers company and retains his position
as treasurer of that concern
I
I GAS DYSPEPSIA HEARTBURN AND
un
OTHER STOMACH MISERY GOES
I
Take a Little Diapepsin now
and Your Stomach Will Feel
Fine Five Minutes Later
If your meals dont nt comfortably
or you feel bloated after eating and you
believe it is the food which fills you if
what little you eat lies like a lump of
lad on your stomach if there is diffi
culty In breathing after eating eructa
tions of sour undigested food and acid
heartburn brash or a belching of gas
iyou I can make up your mind that you
I need something to stop food fermenta
Mon and cure Indigestion
To make every bite of food you eat I
aid in the nourishment and strength of
your body you must rid your Stomach
of poisons excessive acid and stomach
gas which sours your entire meal in
J terferes with digestion and causes so
I many sufferers of Dyspfpsia Sick Head I
1
ache Biliousness Constipation Griping 1
etc Your case is no different you ate
a stomach sufferer though you may
call it by some other name your rea
and only trouble is that which you ei
does not digest but quickly ferment
and sours producing almost any un
healthy condition
A case of Papes Diapepsin will cot
fifty cents at any Pharmacy here an
will convince any stomach sufferer th
minutes after taking a single dose tha
Fermentation and Sour Stomach i
causing the misery of Indigestion
No matter if you call your troubl
Catarrh of the Stomach Nervousness <
Gastritis or by any other name alwa
remember that a certain cure is waitm
at any drugstore the moment you d l <
cide to begin its use
Papes Diapepsin will regulate any
outoforder Stomach within five mm
utes and digest promptly without am
fuss or discomfort all of any kind or
food you eat

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