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UTAH STATE NRWS.
M Ilrldgct Sohollold, an old pioneer of M Salt Tjikp. died lnnt week nt tho ago ot H 52 years. M Datlln, the Utah sculptor, linn won tmBtlnted praise with Ills latest work H lin tho cant. H Emancipation day wns appropriately H eclobrated by tho colored population H of Salt Lnko last week. H W. IJurnoy of Ogdon was Injured H In a railway accident nt Omaha on tho H !!9th, hut Is on tho road to recovery. H Hans B. Larson, n well-known and M rospoctcd citizen ot Spring City, died H Btiddonly InBt week from Hrlght's dls- M mt A solid block of twenty-four homcH Bfl aro to ha- erected in Salt I.nko City HH ,ln the near future, at a cost of over H 1200,000. j Tho barbers' union of Salt Laks B last week ndvanccd tho prlco ot shnv- M lng nnd hnlrcuttlng from lOo nnd 25u flfl to llic and 3Sc. HB All the sugar factories In tho stata flft art) running full blast nnd It Is said flj tho output of this artlclo will ccllpsa any previous year. H Murray Is petitioning tho city coun H ell to consldor tho quostlon of Install- M ilng nnd maintaining a water system H for flro protection. M A rent, llvo mountain sheep Is to be B on oxhlhltlon at tho Utah stato fair, a H ranchor from tho northern part of tho H stato having mado tho entry. m Tho erection of poles to string wires fl for tho purpose- of lighting tho streets fl many miles south of Salt Lnko has bo M gun and In a few weoks will bo com pletcd, Hj Soptcmbor In tho oro and bullion H market closed on Bcttlcuonts aggro- H gating $2,055,388, this compared with H $1,950,912 for tho corresponding period B last year. m David Lloyd, an cmployco of tho M smoItcr at Qlnghnm Junction, was so M Tcrcly burned last week by having hot II slag poured over his right foot. Ho may loso his foot. flfl Tho town of Chester colcbratcd tho HI . opening of Its now school houso last H wook. Tho building Is modern In every flj respect nnd for Its alio has not a su- pcrlor In tho stato. H C. W. Dickinson, a deserter from tho H TJnltod States navy, surrendered him H self to tho authorities at Salt Lako. H last wrek, and will bo held awaiting J formal notification. Four years ago Losllo William's noso m tiegan to bleed. So frequent were tho B, 'hemorrhages that lio beenmo cmacl k. ated and died last week nt Peoa. Ho r" was 14 years 'of ago. B Work Iiob commonccd on tho ward meotIng houso nt Pleasant Orovo. It H Is reported that tho building will cost H fully $15,000 when completed. It Is an elegant structure H Charles Myers ot Park City attempt H ed to clean a shot gun without first extracting tho shells, and ob a result H. ishot himself In tho left hand, sustain I Ing a painful wound. H Tho cities of Amorlcan Fork, Lehl M r,,f mud Ploasant Grovo nro to begin work this week on tho construction of tho M Sllvor Lako reservoir, In Amorlcan H Fork canyon. Tho lako has n surfaco Jj area of ton ncrcs. H Tho noil Tolopbono company of Salt Lako has been granted a franchlso to run wires for a lino to Union, nnd tho Independent company wns granted Its request to string wires to ningbam Junction and Wost Jordan. Douglas Dennett nnd Claudo Sadler stole n wagon load of groceries In Salt Lako last week nnd tried to dlsposo Kf them at a roduccd prlco. They may ;bo committed to tho reform school and given a chanco to mend their ways, I Itobort Hatch, tho negro who com fl mltted an assnult with n loaded rovol H vor an Clarcnco Donton In Salt Lako H last April has bocn sentenced to six flft months' Imprisonment In tho county JK Jail nnd to pay a flno of $100 or servo 100 days In default. HH Nols Soronson, proprietor of n shoot HH ilng gallory In Ogdcn, was nccldontnlly Pftj shot through tho hand by a strnngor, M who was ovldcntly Intoxicated. His M carolois handling of tho gun caused It M 'to oxplodo, tho bail passing through M Sorcncon's right hand, H WIiIIq Mr. and and Mrs. T. J. Para H dlco of Silt Lake wcro packing tholr H trunks prnpnratory to movo, their 18 8 months-old child climbed into tho win V dow and foil thrco stories to tho pavo B mont bolow. Not n bono was broken B and tho child will recover. M John Denson ot American Fork, pur chased from a druggist what ho sup H - - v posed to bo rochollo salts, and took a B largo dose, dying In a short tlmo. An Bl examination disclosed tho fact that Bb the druglat had given him antimony fl tartrate Instead of tho salts. Tho fruit crop at Plonsant Grovo Bfl this season was Immense There has BH already been shipped oast ton or 9 twelvo cars ot peaches and pears, nnd there wl!l probably bo six or eight Bfl moro cars of thoso varieties r!lpped M and two or threo cars of prunes, H Alex Wilkinson and A, W. Smith, of B Ogdcn, nuarrcled, and li Is said Wll BB klnsnn struck Smith, who whipped out BH a knlfo and stabbed his antagonist, In Bfl fllctlng a painful wound In tho gioln. B -It Is sild tho quarrel was tho result of B mltundnrstandlng over the races. HENRY C. PAYNE OEAB. Postmaiter General Is Called After III ness of Several Years. Henry C. Payne, postmaster general qf tho United States, n member of tho Hopubllran national committee nnd a stalwart of his party, with whoso his tory ho has been Identified for many years, died at apartments nt tho Ar lington hotel In Washington, D, C, ot 0:10 o'clock Tuesday evening after nn Illness of several years. Ho was f.O years old. The ond wns peaceful. Tho ennso was mitral valvo trouble and dilation of tho heart. Mr. Pnne. In the capacity of mem ber of tho Hopubllran national com mltteo had participated In six presi dential campaigns, nnd during tho last four of them was n member of tho ox ecutlvo committee of tho nntlonal committee Ho was tho acting chair man of tho national commlttco during tho Interim between tho doath of Sen ator Hanna and tho election of Sccro tary Cortelyou as ltn head, nnd the trying duties that then dovolved upon him, supplementing ns they did tho Btrnln of tho postnl Investigation, Happed his vitality and led to his final breakdown. Tho last official cnllcr to Inqulro as to Mr. Pnyno's condition was Presi dent Itoosovclt, nnd ho had been gono about ten minutes when tho stricken member of his cabinet expired. As Mr. Itoosovclt was leaving ho Bpoko feel ingly of Mr. Payno to tho newspaper men gathered in front of tho hotol as "tho sweetest, most lovnlilo and most trustful man I over know." Mrs. Itoosovclt, accompanied by Cnptaln Cowlcs, also was a caller at tho fam lly apartments of tho Paynes durlni tho Into afternoon. PREDICTS END OF CHICAGO. Prof. Orovo K. Gilbert, one of tho delegates to tho International Geo graphical Congress, has attracted wldo attention to himself by predict ing that eventually tho city of Chi cago will bo submerged In Lake Mich igan. Ho gives tho city, however, 3,600 years moro ot existence, explaining that tho lake Is only rising at tho rato of eight Inchoa each century. Prof, ailhert Is a natlvo ot Itochcstcr, N. ., nnd has been a govornmont geolo gist for nearly thirty years. His in vestigations and wrltlngB havo cm raced a wldo rango of subjects, but to Is best known through his studies 'n dynamic geology and physical gc igraphy. Ho has been president of tho Amorlcan Society of Naturalists tnd ot tho Geographical Society ot America, nnd Is now president of tho 'mcrlcnrt Association for tho Advance ' -icnt of Sclonco. NEGRO ENTER3 RACE. Will Oppore Democratic Candidate for Cangrets In Georgia. An Augusta, Ga., dispatch says: Tho Republican executive commlttco ot tho Tenth Congressional district has an nounced tho nomination ot H. Porter, tho only negro pnctltloner at tho Au gusta bar, to opposo T. W. Hordwlck for congress. Tho negroes nro very ro btntful of Mr. Hnrdwlck's attompt to havo tho fifteenth nmondment to tho constitution roioiled. This b tho first negro to run for congress hero slnco reconstruction days Japan Excels the World. Among tho pispcngors arriving In Sin Franc'sco on tho liner Mongolia from tho Orient was Mtjor Louis L. Sotman, rirgenn In tho United States engineer branch of tho nrmy, who has been studying Jnpintfo mothods of surgory In tho cimpalgn of that army against tho Hussions. In his opinion, Japan Is far nbead of all othor na tions of tho world In tho organization of her sanitary branch of tho army nnd 1ms been tho llrit to anticipate nnd take messures against tho fact that tho greatest number of deaths In war aro caused, not by bullets, but by dlsoaso. Twenty Perish In Flood. ., Itonorts recolvod from different points In Now Moxlco show that tho lass of llfo In tno floods that havo oc curred lu tho past week Is Kroater than at first thought. At loaat twenty porsons perished, and all sections have not boon definitely heard from. Ton Santa Fo passcnRcr trains nro tied up nt Santa Fo, but passengers aro being sent cast and wost over tho Itock Island and Southern Pacific roads, connection being effected through tho 8anta Fo Central, whloh resumed operations Tuesday I THOUGHT SHE WOULD DIE. Mrs, 8. W. Marine, of Colorado Springs, Began to Fear the Worst. Doan's Kidney Pills Saved Her. Mrs. Sarnh Marine, ot 428 St Uraln St., Colorado Springs, Colo.. Proildent ot the Glen Kyrlo Club, writes: "I suffered for thrcu years with se- vcro backache, affected and proscribed medicines tor me, but 1 found it was only a waste ot time and money to never get well, vised mo to try Doan's Kldnoy Pills. Within a week after I began using them I was o much better that I decided to keep up tho treatment, and when 1 had used a little over two boxes I was entirely welt. I havo now enjoyed the best of health for moro than four months, and words can but poorly jbx press my gratitude" For sale by all dealers. Price CO cents. Fostcr-Mllburn Co., Iluffalo, N.Y. Benefit of Panama Canal, "" Dy Capo Horn tho distance between New York and San Francisco Is about 14,840 miles. Tho Panama canal will rcduco this to something lets than 6,000, a dlfforcnco rf nearly 10,000 miles. TEA Is good for a too-busy man; it makes him forget his business. TELL8 WHY INDIANS PAINT. Apache P.elates Legend Which Ac counts for His People's Custom. Onco an old Apacho Indian, when saked tho question why his people painted their faces, told this llttlo le tend: "Long ago, when men wero weak ind animals were big and strong, a thief of tho red men who lived In these mountains went out to get a leer, for his people wero hungry. . "After walking all day be saw a leer and shot at It, but the arrow was turned aside and wounded a mountain lion, which was also after tho deer. When the lien telt the sting 5f tho anow bo Jumped up and bound id after tM man, who ran for his lite, "He was almost exhausted and, when ho fell his strength giving way, bo fell to tho ground, calling on the big bear, who, you know,, la the groA father of men, 'to save 'him. "The big bear heard the call and aw that to save the man ho bad to act quickly, so ho scratched bis foot and sprinkled his blood over the man. "Now, you must know that no ani mal wilt eat ot tho bear or taste of his blood. So when tho lion reached thd man ho smcllcd tho blond and turned away, but as ho did so his toot scraped tho faco ot th xan, leaving the marks ot bis claws on tho blood smeared faco. "When tho man found that he was uninjured he wns so thankful that be left tho blood dry on his rco and never washed it at alt, but left It until It peeled off. "Whore tho claws of the lion scraped It off thcro were marks that turned brown In the sun, and where the blood stayed on It was lighter. Now all men paint their faces that way with blood and scrapo It off In streaks when they hunt or go to war." CAN DRINK TROUBLE. That's one way to get It. Although thoy won't admit It many peoplo who suffer from sick headaches tnd other alls get them straight from tho coffeo they drink and It Is easily proved if they'o not afraid to leave It to a test as In tho caoo ot a lady In Connellsvlllo. "1 had been a lufforer from sick headaches for twenty-flvo )ears and anyono who has ever had a bad sick headache knows what I buffered. Sometimes throa days In tho week I would havo to remain In bed, at other tlmos I couldn't He down tho pain would be so great. My life was a tor turo and If I went away from homo for u day I always carao back moro dead than alive "One day I wob telling a woman my troubles and sha told mo she knew that It was probably coffee caused It. She said sho had been cured by stop ping coffeo and using Postum Food Coffeo and urged mo to try this food drink. "That's how I came to send out and get some Postum and from that time I'vo never been without It for It suits my tasto and has entlroly cured all of my old troubles. Alt I did was to leave off the coffeo and tea and drink well made Postum In Its place. This change has done mo moro good than everything clso put together. "Our house was like a drug store for my husband bought everything be heard of to help me without doing any good, hut when I began on tho Pos tum my headaches ceased and the other troubles quickly disappeared. I havo a friend who had an experience Just like mine and Postum cured her Jutt as It did me. "Postum not only cured the head aches, but my general health has been Improvod, and I am much stronger than before, I now enjoy delicious Postum more than I ever did coffee." Name given by Postum Co.. Matllo Creek, Mich. "There's a reason" and It's worth finding out. JAPS WILL ADVANCE DROWN MEN ANXIOUS TO MOVE FORWARD, Activity of the Japanese Outposts Is Regarded as Intended to Screen Movements of Their Armies. ... Official advices from tho far cast given out Wednesday morning de scribes a Ecrles of skirmishes on tho southern front of Gonornl Kuropat kin's army, tho only Importance of which lies In tho fact that tho Japan oso aro showing a disposition to press forwnrd nnd feel out tho Itusslnn positions. Gcnernl Mlstchonko'a cos sacks In every naso drovo back tho opposing forces, Tho nctlvlty of tho Japaneso out posts Is doubtless Intended to screen movoments of their nrmlos, nnd thcro foro may bo regarded ns precursory symptoms of final preparations for an advanco, which probably will begin within n week, A special messenger has brought to the emperor General Kuropntkln's full LOCATION OF FU PASS. tastojteiAJta. &&, i i wmuwoao v , it KAYutn 1 J 53fSs3S5SS?XS,,r i Sim isxf "-. J 0 II ,Krt6 xTxtM Vp'1' f a B ll .. i -"--n . "i-" 1 OB II S "al""M )vi4ti wo :Wm ' 1 -oAjwto:oM.i!itv --auc ffll OT "";, LK. .11 ePINMSUHl Fu Pass, which has become the ob ject of attack by the Japanose, Is In dicated In the map. It Is locatod about fifteen miles almost directly cast ot Mukden, and Is but a short dlstanco from tho tombs ot tho Chlneso om porors. Tallng (not to be confound ed with Tiding, north of Mukden) and Sanlunku, whence the Japanese drovo tho Russians, also aro shown. Thoy aro about sixty miles northeast of Lloayang. The, operations thro in-) dlcato a sweeping northeastward turn lng movement on tho part of the Japanese. report of tho bnttlo of Llao Yang. The tnossongor, who submitted to an In tervlow, declares that tho main arm; Is concentrated at Tio pass, and thai it Is not likely Goneral Kuropatkln will mako a determined stand at Muk don, Thero were recurrent rumore of tho fall ot Port Arthur, but they havo not tho slightest foundation. Mukdon reports that the days nro flno and warm, but that tho nights aro growing bitterly cold. Snow has fallon nt Hlng Chang. An official re port from Toklo giving nn account ot a skirmish contains tho announcement that "tho stato of affairs at tho front of our army remains unchanged." URGES CONTRACT MARRIAGES. George Meredith, who believes that contract marrlat, . tor limited periods nro a possibility ot tho near future. Is a eclobrated. English litterateur. Ills mother was Irish, his father Welsb, and ho received hts education in Ger many. Ho was born In lfi.'J, nnd pub lished his first volume ot poems In 1861. Though he has written several books, It Is practically within twenty years that Meredith has become fa mous. Critics have complained severe ly of his literary stylo. Senator Laid to Rest Tho last sorvlcos over tho body of United States Senatm fteorgo Frlsblo Hoar wero hold Tuesday In Concord, Mass., tho place ot hla birth, nnd sov oral hundred of tho senator's former townsmen followed tho body to tho pluco of Us burial In Sleepy Hollow cemetery In tho first parish church sorvlco was conducted by the pastor, Uov. Lorcn D. McDonald. Tho pastor spoko no words or eulogy, reading In stead James Hiissell Swell's poem on Channlng. At tho grave brief services ot burial wero held JAVANESE WEED OF VALUE. Its Fibers Make the Dest Kind of Mattress Known, Every year Amsterdam receives nearly 1,000 pounds' weight of a curi ous and Interesting vcgctablo known In Java and In tho trado ns kapok. It Is a sort of clIow wadding which nnturo uses as a covering for tho soeds of certain trees In tho Malac cas. Its fibers being very nonreslst Ing, it has been found Imposslblo to Bpln or woavo it, but It gives excel lent results for bedding, ranking n mattress delightfully soft It It Is ex posed to tho sun before being used. It Is exceedingly light nnd buoyant, In this respect greatly surpassing cork, as It will support In tho water thirty five times Its own weight. Tho trco whenco it is derived (Krlodcndron) grows rapidly, nnd In tho second year is twelvo to fifteen feet high, but It docs not fruit abundantly until tho fourth year. Like tho cotton plant It bestrows two gifts on man, tho special wadding mentioned, which lines tho husk, and tho oil extractec" from tho seeds, which Is used especi ally In tho Chlneso markets. Tho threads of tho Eoft fiber taken from tho pods are light yellow, rather silky nnd only about an Inch In length. They aro mado into nn inch In length. Sure Cure at Last Montlccllo. Miss., Oct 3 (Special) Lawicnco County is almost dally In receipt ot fresh evldenco that a sure euro for all Kidney Troubles has at Iar.t been found, and that cure Is Dodd's Kidney Pills. Among thoso who have reason to blcis tho Great American Kidney Remedy is Mrs. L. E. Daggett of this place. Mrs. Daggett had Dropsy, Dodd's Kidney Pills cured her. "I wns troubled with my kldnoya," Mrs. Daggett says In recommending Dodd's Kidney Pills to her friends, "my urine would hardly pass. The doctors said I had Dropsy. I havo taken Dodd's Kidney Pills as directed and am now a well woman." Dodd's Kidney Pills cure the kid nc)s. Cured Kidneys strain all tho Impurities out of the blood. That means puro blood and n sound ener getic body. Dodd's Kidney Pills aro tho greatest tonic tho world has ever known. Chinese Dank In New York. There nro a number ot prosperous Chinese bankers In different cities In tho United States, but they havo al ways located In the Chinese colonies. Within a month several of theso Mon golian financiers havo commenced to spread out In several sections of the Now York financial district. Now ono of them has opened up a banking es tablishment In Wall street Itself. A few das ago a brass sign covered with hieroglyphics was hung up at 1 Wall street. It Is tho first sign of a Chlneso banking firm to appear In Wall streot. ' ' TEA Tasting tea is a whole oc cupation ; coffee another. Tnc taster picks-out your tea and puts the price on it. In Tnf pukan of Kchilt!ti BtM To b f. kUl lt T Ulu GuoJ Tu. Monterey's State Prison. Monterey's stato prison nt Cottlnge Is the principal square ot tho city. The prisoners, merely deprived of weapons, roam about tho square at will during tho day. At night they aro shut up In a spacious rcom in itio town hall. Thoy do not think ot trying to cscapq. $100 Reward, 5100, Tb redert,f thl pprwlil bo pia4 to Itire tbal ihero UlIoiuoodrTi,ap(lul.cao tlmttclrnca hoi brea iblo lu euro la oil lt net. oml ltii la Llrrt. Ilalt'o Catarrh Cure ! the only pwlilvs euro now known tu tho meilkalfrair-rnliy. Catarro bolni , cinatltutlunal dUfa-e. reiulrra cnn.Utu- I tlunul trfatnifot. Ilall'a Catarrh Cure la token In teroalljr, octln, directly upun the Mot-d and muioua aurfacva of tbe ay.iem, tnercby deatroyliiK tbo foundation of tbo dlrje, ond klrlnii tbo pattern atrtn th by bulidtog up tbo cuntltutln and n.li Ini; nanro In dulnar tta wurk. Tho pn.prletora havo u much faith In It curat ve puwera that they uffer Ono llunlred Dnllara fur any ca.o that It taJU to cure heud rurllalnf te.tlmunlala, Addre.a K. J. CIIKNKV CO., Toledo, O. Mold by all Iirugicuta, 7Je. Toko Ilall'a family 1'llla for conillpoUon. Risking Her Winter Hat. A woman Is always trying to get her husband to play tips on tho stock raerket, wiilch sho got from the piano tuncr.New York Press. Great Flight of Pigeons. nocontly 60,000 pigeons wero tak en in several trains from Lancashire and Yorkshire, England, to half a doz en distant points to bo released. TEA Give thought to the tea you buy. Your Koc-r rttani yooe raono If yoai oWl TAo nwhiiln'a lt. Preached From fenglne Footplate. Hundreds ot audiences havo been addressed from railway trucks; but Dr. Parker onco had tho unique ex perience of preaching a sermon tram the footplate ot an engine Nearly two thousand men were gathered around him, and ho has boen heard to say that that was tho most Inter esting episode In hl llfo. TEA Both wine and tea ma1c talk, but not both make wisdom. No Hurry to Learn. "I ain't In no hurry ter leave dts world," says Drother Williams. "It's mighty hot In do summer time; but den, de nox' worl' might blaze In win ter I "Atlanta Constitution, WASH BLUE Costs to cents nnd equals ao cents worth of any other kind ot bluing. Won't Freeze, Spill, Break Nor Spot Clothes CIRECTIOIIO FOR USE Wtt?e,$Mc around in the Water. At all wlio Grocers. ' -XT the Big Piano and Organ Sale Continued. STILL A FEW MORE LEFT Wo want to thank our many valu ablo friends nnd purchasers who took advantngo ot our great sale. Kspoclal.y aro wo grateful to read ers of this paper. Their response to our ads. were marvelous In tbe ex treme. To show our goneroslty for their liberal patronngo In tho past, we are going to mako another excellent prop osition. Cut out this coupon and send In with your reply nnd wo will still give you tho advautago of our sale prices. i : Clayton Music Co. : : i : Sale Coupon J t : Good until Oct, 10, 1904. : Must bo used beforo October 10th, 1901. Think of it, a brand new $350.00 piano for $187. A $400.00 piano for $217.00. A 500.00 piano for $333.00. .. - A now $12P.OO organ for $59.00. i And other prices accordingly, i You should not miss this chance, rt I Is limited until Oct. 10th, 1904. We sold 150 Instruments nt our sale, , and will sell 50 moro In order to make room for our now Fall stock. Don't wait until Oct. 0th before writing, but writo today. Havo first choice. Our stock em- j braces Stclnwny, Knabo, Steck, Mason ' & Hamlin. Estoy, Klmbnll. Heller, I Smith & Darncs, Conover and many ' other plnnos. Estoy, Mason & Hamlla I Kimball and Soybold, organs. , Somo used pianos 'and organs from . A $20.00 up. Biggest opportunity for you eve offered. Never hnvo anothor such l chanco In your llfo. CLAYTON MUSIC CO. , Leading Music Co, ! 109 Mnln St.. Salt Lako City. j Joseph J, Dayncs, Jr., Manager. ' Reform In Ice Cream Making. Londoners find satisfaction In th nssurnnco of tholr health officer that Italian sellers of Ice cream no longej mnko tho del'cacy In their bodrooma. TEA - "Wasn't it dreadful l" . "Yes." "Did she know it?" Tro'ably not." Trout Swallowed Young Rats Caught lu an English river, a mod-crate-sized trout was found to have rocontly swallowed two young rats. TEA There's plenty of money to smooth the little difficul ties that happen; they do happen. Yjur irorer raturna ywaf iweoty If yw oWl IQao Few Manuscripts Are Printed. A Ocrman publisher says that while tho cumber of now books issued every year Is enormous, only about one man uscript of 300 submitted gnu Into print, TEA Isn't it queer that Solomon ildn't know teal Hard Task for Children. In East Indian schools mental arithmetic Is a vastly more serious matter than it Is In tho schools of this country. Pupils of ten years are taught to remember the multiplication table up to forty times forty. "" - '- Mr. Wnalow'1 Soothing Srrop. for children loetbtnf, oftonaiboturaa.roduooo t-a Sam.naiH)o,tUayiptia,turoawla4Bolli. jftoobuaup. Fastest Train In Europe, Tbe fastest train on the European continent is one from Paris to Balnt Queutln, which averages a little mora than ftfty-nino miles an hour. We want aenta. both it-ntleroea tudUdloo, to ell our beautiful .treoconlo good a W4 Huranlo l Hear each Out up to tbo nolliliTO. for termi mlilreaa, I'un-Araerlciti l'hoto An Co. -IV 1-aUo. DlW Feeding Bottles for Needy Babes. Tbe Birmingham health department furnlsei feeding bottles for the call dren of Impoverished pMlents.