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The Salt Lake herald-Republican. [volume] (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1909-1918, December 21, 1909, Real Estate, Classified, Mines, Markets, Image 16

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8 z THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH TUESDAY DEC 21 1909
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ladles
Felt
Juliots
for
Dome in the popular colon
and have belting leather
doublewear solesa most
pleasing gift for Xmas
JtJt4liJ Pl
118 Main Street
revolving window lay
FAMINE AMONG QUAIL
Salt lake County Will Sucuor the
Hungering Thousands in
the Hill
That thousands of California quail
are dying In Utah because of the cold
weather and lack of food was the re
frt made tu the board of county corn
nils loners yesterday by Deputy Game
Warden Joseph Smith of Murray The
bard Immediately made an appropria
tiJi for the purchase of wheat which
will be fed to the quail
Kilt Lake county Is violating no
ft lent in ending a small amount
f money to alleviate the suffering of
t H quail fur earns years ago the ne
< sity arne for similar action The
o Fd wli be scattered at proper
1 an i wh < re the quail have been in
ti L t habit if feeding and every effort
fcll In maJ L to stall oft the famine
f thrr couitns are falling Into line
ad ttedln tin quail This relief will
rrnue unfit there is a thaw and the
MM < are able to get nourishment on
nitaes fftJmjf grounds
It L i reportod from over the state
the the tuail and other species of
i i ue suffering as neor before
T r i the PI i 1 wIthr
TOWNSITE COMPANY IS
FIRST TO PAY PENALTY
TIi GiPen Wvr Land do Townsite
C i any Is C e lust corporation to obey
t IIW law r udmg the panunt of a
i e n in a Ltit 1 1 i n to the corporation tax
v 0 i the fi l > not rec ived Iv the sec
T L v 01 star n or before December 16
11 + u i curp i ctin have sent money to
I c ii It > tax folt i is it arrived after De
iMl i 15 ail ill not contain the penalty
It cas term nd if j is estimated that be
tw a i jn t0 > and Jfni > I i was returned because
t p i i altj Ia < not attached
DONT WAIT TILL LAST DAY
Half Price Next Four Days
A < aelnvecl shipment of Fine Kid
R < i y Jointed and Dressed Dolls just
arriMd Vt will close them and all
i > Game and high class framed
Ii i lures oat at half price Open even
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I lSERET NEWS BOOK STORE
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Do you know that very often
the distress experienced by you
or your daughters each month
is due directly to some disorder
or disease of the Uterine Or
gans i
gansYou know the symptome
nervousness headache dizzi
ness aching 1ibI eta Ve
ell you the care
Graefenberg
Uterine Catholicon
It quickly regulates and posi
tively cures all female f complaints
Get a bottle today
At All Druggists
Intemtec b kek1 eo a irfnliiu
THE GRAEFBNBERG CO
HICIit I bm3tN wY A
s
Removal Sale
Big reductions in wall paper and
framed pictures before moving to our
elegant new store
GKO W FRFRT A CO 67 Main St
Fti
U B Carpenters Attention
The funeral of Bro James Gleeson
will be held at Phillips Congregational
church 5th So and 7th East 2pm
Tuesday December 21 All members
who can are requested to attend
o
Excursion to Tooele Dec 22
Knights of Pythias to install new
lodge Special train leaves union de
pot 645 p m Secure tickets from com
mittee
o
Oo with the Eagles to see Bernard
Daly at Colonial tonight
Tree Tea
is Uncolored and complies
with all Pure Food regulations
WltA
A tea to be high q ality must be first crop
must be mountain grown must be uniform
Tree Tea is
first crop
mountain t grown
always uniform
Beware of imitations 0
M J BRANDENSTEIN lie CO
IF YOU HAVEtfT THE READY mm
YOU CAN BUY XMAS i GIFTS HERE ANYWAY
We give you the privilege of selecting from the fol
lowing suggestions and paying onjy
100 A WEEK OR 400 A MONTH
If you feel as if you want to make a present to one of
your friends and cannot afford it this greatly sim
plifies your problem
For Ladies
For Men JfSlIMFffi Fur Sets
Overcoats Mij 1 S Silk Waists
Raincoats MPiiJteflRi Silk Petticoats
Suits W31H Smart Millinery
Hats H P Long Coats
Shoes ijjHBP1 Tailormade Suits
THE MERCANTILE INSTALLMENT GO
74 West Second South Street
J I
u
eautl u Pictures
are always the most acceptable
gifts especially if they possess true
art value
Look at Our Artistic Collection of
Beautiful Pictures in Our Windows
Were closing out this entire de
partment making sweeping reduc
tions on every picture in order to
make room for new lines of furniture
They include a choice of famous studies in oils water colors patttk
and photogravurescopies from the worlds masters There are r p
resented in this collection pastoral and classical scenes all in a toad
some variety of conventional frames scenes appropriate for the Hr
ing room den library dining room parlor
Every picture is up to the Dinwoodey standard bought to orna
ment refined homes r
This sale of artistic pictures at the very
height of the holiday season is the biggest
event of the season
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Buy Today Delivery Made Upon Your Request
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And Share Our Grand Display i We Have Presents Great and Presents Small Gifts for Each and Gifts for All
Come Buy for Christmas Day
The Peoples Cash Department Store
Are Offering Every Kind of Useful Presents at Prices That Cannot Be Beaten Toys Galore Art China I Grand Show hi Basement J
Presents in all kinds of ladies readytowear clothing presents in all kinds of mens readytowear clothing presents in all kinds of childrens readytowear clothing
presents in all kinds of boys readytowear clothing
The Greatest Sale of HomeMade I Candy Ever Sold in Utah f lOc per Ib
est Chocolates 15c per pound
Our Advice HALF BLOCK FROM I MAIN STREETr Great Treat FREE for the Children
Avoid the CrushShop Early j d ° See Our Santa Claus
Free Prize Departments Tickets in All 42 44 46 48 WEST I S t SOUTH and Performing Dogs
6 T V > q T 11
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THIRD DISTRICT COURT NOTES
+ ri i Olson is suing the Itah Consoli
d d i Mining company for damage to his
i > from i mltpr smoke fumes He
e jiKigm nt for Jl 352 50
I Muildud Manufacturing company
t < n relay i 1 brIght action against the Con
S > itid < Wis on A Machine company or
S i 7 whit represents the value ot
c ud to hi held by the local com
j H without amounting for three years
N Iwr cent interest
bpt ial Book Sale Elegantly bound
1el I 1hrary Me booksThE Little Min
1 t r The Fir1 Violin The Hidden
Hal i Black Ktiuty Robin on Crusoe
t i d I tiny i othir titlesfully illustrated
L I unoly lniiiJ and embossed In
niutl i i Christmas Boxes regular ji
t > o < k 6 L S S U Book Store
411 < < Brigham I
1 t your noon and evening meals at
tJ I1d Cafeteria Its growing popu
trIi i c has n c ltated the enlargement
c 1 the dinln room Its new Its con
tr ut Selic i c exceller Food the
1 1 curl prorly cooked Its fine
t ill < x 17 West South Temple
BOX ELDER GAZETTEER
SUSPENDS PUBLICATION
WHOLE FORCE IS SICK
4 W D 8 Harrington managing +
4 editor city editor reporter and bust 4
ness manager of the Box Elder Ga +
eeriest recently met with an acci 4
dent which will keep him from his
f office for two weeks and In conse
i
4 quence has Issued a letter which sets
t forth some of the troubles of the
4 country editor +
+ Like most country papers Mr Har +
4 rington is not blessed with a large 4
+ editorial staff If any at all and if <
f the editor falls sick then the paper 4
+ must stop until Rls recovery While >
f this would hardly do for a dally it
4 is all right In the country
4 In his letter Mr Harrington says
4 The time lost now will be extended 4
+ on your subscription so that you will 4
4 lose nothing except the pleasure of 4
Id fn a two
Ggoo sweptpere fort
4 reading a good newspaper for two 4
4 weeks or so sad I shall make that t
4 up to you In a better paper beginning 4
4 New Years I thank you for the 4
support ton have given me in my en t <
4 terprtse 4
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The larrard Effects of humors are
worse than the outward They en
danger the whole system Hoods
Sarsaparllla eradicates all humors
cures all their Inward and outward
effects It Is the great alterative and
tonic whose merit has been every
where established
1 HIGH SCHOOL NOTES I
Resolved That the postal savings
bank should be established in the United
States was the subject of an interest
ing debate held yesterday morning at the
second period in Dr Ira D Travis I hltory
and civics class room The splendid de
livery of Alonzo Watson and Mica C
Wilcox won for the negative Their op
ponents were Henry Stevens and Gladys
Wickens
Fremont Kutnewsky a last years grad
uate of the High school now attending
the mverslty of Utah Visited the school
yesterday
Editor Ernest H Quayle of the Red and
Black announced yesterday that over one
hundred and fifty exchanges bad been
received since November 9 The next Is I
sue will be of special interest as it will
contain several letters from prominent I
business men of the city on the new High
school building
Positions are still open in the band for
students wishing to take up the study of
the tuba bassoon bass clarinet alto clar
inet clarinet flute piccolo metaphone
oboe and trombone An extra long prac
tice was held yesterday In preparation
for the Red and Black program to be
given in the Eaton gymnasium Thursday
afternoon at 2 30 oclock
The death of Tom D Pitt came as a ter
rible blow to his daughter Mies Frances
Pitt who was called away from school
yesterday morning Miss Pitt Is a prom
inent member of the Commercial class
and has many sympathising classmates
The weather would not permit of drill I
for the cadets yesterday Commandant
William C Webb met with the noncom
missioned officers and instructors at the
sixth period His subject was The Jap
anese Soldier compared with other mfl
itary men of the globe The examina
tion for all cadets out for promotion will
be held tomorrow afternoon in room 48
of the Union building
The decorating committee of the senior
class is hard at work preparing the gym
nasium for the Red and Black dance to
be given Thursday evening Visitors will
be permitted to attend the program in
the afternoon given in the gymnasium as
sembly
Several new students announced their
intention to Manager Gustave Back
man yesterday of trying out for the High
school debating team
The senior class has decided upon its
class pin The design Is similar to the
High school seal and will be permanent
The student body Is becoming aroused
over the new High school building as the
bonds are soon to be voted upon Piano
are being made to parade th streets with
banners and flags Thursday afternoon
provided the weather will permit
The High school congress will not as
semble until after the Christmas holi
days
Health Commissioner Gives
Pointers on Dread Pneumonia
I
The newl appointed health commis
sioner Dr a G Paul when asked yes
terday as to the beat methods for pre
venting pneumonia summed up his reply
In the words Dont be a fool Dr Paul
says that In abnoat every instance of
pneumonia that has come under his no
tice as a physician the patient was a
person who at the time of catching
the disease was run down In health
and physically below normal
Records show said Dr Paul that
I a large percentage of cases of pneu
monia are caused by lack of ordinary
I hygienic precautions such as any per
son who wishes to be In continual good
health must take The danger of In
fection from the disease is practically
nil It is very often the case vhen a
young doctor first enters a hospital as
an Interne that he discovers what be
thinks to be cases of pneumonia because
of the existence of the germ in the sputum
Many people in a state of perfect health
are found to have the germ in their spu
tum but It is rarely that the germ is
active except in cases where a man is
run down physically from insufficient
nourishment overwork or kindred I
causes
Dr Paul says that the disease la more
prevalent in men than in women and In
old persons rather than young The idea
la common with moat people he Bald
that the disease Is ai contagious or
infectious but while it is not so much so
as typhoid fever and other diseases still
cases have been known where the dis
ease has been contracted by carelessness
in taking care cf a patient Analyses
show that the germ continue to exist m
the sputum of a pneumonia patient even
after the sputum has been dried out and
the belief that there is no danger of in
fection has often been the cause of a par
son contracting It as ordinary precautions
ere not taken A sudden change from
warm weather to cold and sometimes
from cold clear weather to a tempera
ture slightly warmer but rather moist
is often the cause of pneumonia and too
much care in this respect cannot be tak
en Frequent bathing plenty of rational
exercise in the fresh air sufficient sleep
end odIn a word Dont be a fool
and you wont contract pneumonia
Police Sergeant Twice Has
Narrow Escape From Death
The pistol duel in which a number of
the Salt Lake police were engaged with
a lone highwayman Sunday I night was
the second time during the past twehe
years of active service that Sergeant John
J Roberts has narrowly escaped death
from a gun In the hands of a desperate
highwayman
In the battle of Sunday night Sergeant
Roberts was in the dark back alley lead
Ing from Commercial street when the
robber whom he knew nothing about
came out of the back door of one of the
rooming houses on Commercial street
The sergeant seeing an undressed man
acting suspiciously called to him to stop
In response the robber mad a dash for
liberty and ran into a little hallway con
necting the alley with Commercial street
and which s shielded from the back al
ley by a pair of swinging doors The
sergeant folk wed the fleeing man into the
dark hallway and as he passed through
the swinging doors the robber poked the
barrel of his gun into the sergeants
stomach and said
Ill get you
The gun however held fire and the
sergeant escaped with his life
Twelve years ago the sergeant who was I
then a patrolman followed holdup who
had robbed two men near the county jail
The robber ran down Victoria avenue and
stepped behind a pile of boxes As the
sergeant ran by the robber shoved his
gun into the sergeants back and pulled
the trigger but this time the cartridge
failed to explode The sergeant wheeled
around knocked the fellow down and took
him to the pollee station When tried
the robber was found guilty and sen
tenced to serve twenty years in the state
prison
o 0
Go with the Eagles to see Bernard
Daly at Colonial tonight
ONE DOSE RELIEVES DYSPEPSIA i
GAS HEARTBURN OR INDIGESTION H
INDIGESTIONI I
Indigestion and all Other Stom
ach Distress Goes After
Taking a Little Diapepsin
You can eat anything your stomach
craves without fear of Indigestion or i
Dyspepsia or that your food will fer
ment or sour on your stomach If you
will take a little Diapepsin occasion
ally
Your meals will taste good and any
thing you eat will be digested nothing
can ferment or turn into acid or poison
or stomach gas which causes Belching
Dizziness a feeling of fullness after
eating Na sea Indigestion like a lump
of lead In stomach Biliousness Heart I
burn Water brash Pain in stomach and
intestines or other symptoms
Headaches from the stomach are ab i
solutely unknown where this effective
remedy is used Diapepsin resift does
all the work of a healthy stomach It
digests your meals when your stomach
cant A single dose will digest all the
food you eat and leave nothing to fer
ment or sour and upset the stomach
Get a large 50cent caw of Panes Dia
pepsin from your druggist and start
taking now and In a little while you
will actually brag about your healthy
strong Stomach for you then can eat
anything and everything you want
without the slightest discomfort or mis
ery and every particle of impurity and
Gas that ta in your stomach and intes
tines Is going to be curried away with
out the IMO of laxatives or any other
assistance
Should you at this moment be suffer
ing from Indigestion or any stomach
disorder ytfa can get relief within five
minutes

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