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B PARALYSIS CURED H Cats Soemed Hopeless but Yleldod to H Or. Williams' Pink Pills. Mr. Konnoy lia. actually escaped from H tho pnmlytio's fitto to which ho seemed n H short time ago IiopeloHsly doomed. The j surprising reKrt 1ms boon rally verified H mid eonio importniit details secured In n M personal interview with tlio recent Huf. 1 "The doctor," said Mr. Kciiney, "told B me tlmt if I wanted to llvu any length H of tiuieluGiiM Imve to give up work ill- H together, and lie told my friends Hint B the lKtralyHU which had begun would la time intolvo my whole body." H "Just how wuro you nHlleted at this H timo?" Mr. Keiiney un nuked B " Well, 1 had llrt hot, and then cold H find clammy fueling, nnd at tiuiPH my M body felt at if needles were bolng uttiek H iuto it. ThcNO KeiiKatioiiK went followed H by terrible pains, and itgulu I would have H o feeling ntnll, but n numbness would H Como over me, ami I would not be able to H move. Thnttiostagnniziiigtortureacaine M from headaches and a pain in the spine. B " Night after night 1 could not get my BHJ natural sleep and my HyMem wan wrecked H by the strain of torturing palus aud the H effect of tho opiates I was forced to take H to induce sleep. As I look back on the H tcrriblo MitTerlug I endured during this H period I often wonder how I retained my 1 reason through it all. H " lint rellsf enmn quickly when I B wm induced to try Dr WllllnmV i'ink J Pills for Palo People. The very first box 1 seomed to help me, nnd seven luxes made tuo entirely woll. There can bn no doubt H About tho thoroughness of my cure, for I H Iiato worked steadily uvorRiuco and thai H is nearly four years H Mr. Kcnney Is at present employed by 1 tho Morrlmaa Hat Uomptuiy aud resides H fit 101 Aubiu street, Amesbury, Muss. H The remedy which liu used with such H satisfactory results, is sold by all drug. H gists, or direct by the Dr. Willlami H liedlciuo Cjmpauy, Schenectady, N V, H Handled Dynamite Too Carelessly. H At tho Atlas mine, Southern Cal H Ifornla, Mrs. A. W. McKno, who had H Just arrived from Ilakcrsfield In hei H buggy, proceeded to hand out to hct H husband what sho had bought In town. H Among other things was a 25-pound H box of dynamite. In tho transfer it B stropped. Tho explosion killed Mr H and Mrs. McNno, n six-year-old son H and thrco bystanders. H HEALTHY CHILDREN. Without good health life is not H -worth living. Sickly, peevish chll- H drcn are a sourco of endless trouble H and anxiety to their parents, yet tho H children's condition Is frequently duo B to their parents' Ignornnco or thought- H lessncss, or both. H To mako children healthy and to H Veep thorn In that condition It Is ncc H ' ossary to feed them proper food and H to sea thnt they get plenty of oxer- H else and fresh air. Meat is very had H for children. It should bo avoided and food rich In phosphates, such as k Plllsbury's Vltos, should bo given In lsVssssssslv Jts place. I. V This 'food Is truly tho "meat of the H wheat." It Is niado by tho world's crcatest millers and It Is frco from 1 artificial coloring or adulteration. It H Is not especially a child's food. Your H wholo family will enjoy this common H senso cereal. It makes a wholesome, H substantial breakfast or an nppotlz- H ins dessert and can bo prepared In H one hundred different ways. H Every good grocor will supply you M -with Plllsbury's Vltos. Irgo pack- P ago enough to mako twclvo pounds H of strength-building food, 20c. Ask H your grocer nbout it to day. H 8peed of the Gulf Stream. H Thrco miles an hour Is about tho H avcrngo speed of tho gulf stream, H which (lows from tho Gulf of Mexico. H At cortaln places, hnuovor, It runs as H fast as flfty-ono miles an hour. TEA H Tea is fine; that is, fine H tea' is fine. Tea thoughts H arc fine; that is, fine tea H thoughts arc fine. H Nature Generous to Filipinos. H With tho exception of food, tho H fibrous plants of fluid nnd forost fur- H alsh all tho necessities of llfo for tho j Filipino. , TEA H How diflferent tea and H codec feel! even good tea H and coflfec. H Io.?rr)r.k,.uffW,Uln". Ile.tTf, I a book. B letl How la Mete liu Tee. H Origin of "Knight Errant." j Errant Is an abbreviation of Itlnor- B nnt or traveling knight. It was first applied H in Quixote H 'iw's This? HbH Wo offer Ona HunJrvJ DelUrt KwrJ for tat Mj to f Oiottn Uiai uuiaul ta cured lr IfoJl', H CoUirli Cum. M l'.J1OltKNKrCn.,Tol4o,0 H We, tho nmlrl!n.t. tuiin Xa.iwo K. I, Utn fH for Uia tail la rsara, au4 buv blm rt rfMtl Iwu- H orabla In all bullae iranitt9iu aail saauclali) JH ftble to carry out uif ublfKatkma tnade bf bu Oral. 1 Wiim KcN 1IUIK, Hl Wbulwala Drumt.u, ToltJo. 0 H Tlall'a Catarrh Cure la taltro Inteniallr, aetlai H dlrecllrtiJHiirio lifrMKlandtnucoua aurraLtiot tbt H tim, 1 MtlioonUla acm f roe. 1'rlco 79 centa pel H bctllB. Hold l,r all Dnnral.u, H Take llaU-a t aiull Kill for oonitlpatlso H More Girls In School. H In all races and In all parts of the H country thoro has bean a dccldod In- 1 creaso slnco 1890 In tho percentage of M girls among persons attending school, TEA H ( So mucli goodness dwells B in a little dry leaf 1 H; A .-Uncst Tomb In.BrJtaln. K Tho finoiT tniub In Oreat llrltaln Is H endouhtodly that or & duke of Ham- 1 ilton, in tlis Hronnds of the dtvko's , Jeat. It cost over Jl Ouo.000. i CARE OF THE BODY i r How to Acquiro anil Retain tho Priceless Posses- J X sion of Good Health J Nature's Preparation for Winter. In tho fall, when the cold weather Ik approaching, tho fur of animals be gins to thicken. Trappers catch ani mals in tho winter because of tho su perlorlty of their fur at that season, their summer fur being very poor and thlu. This thickening of the fur or hairy covering Is a protection for the winter. A corresponding change takes place In tho vegelnblo world, In the trees, plants, bushcH anil shrubs. As the cold weather approaches, they thick en tholr hark, draw In their sap, and tho clorophyl of tholr leacH and tho leaves fall off. Home little tlmo bofuro tho leaves fall, wo seo the green col or disappear. Tho clorophyl nnd tho sap had been stored up for uso in tho spring, nnd thus preparation Is madu for winter. Corresponding chnngos tnko place, In human beings If they subject them selves to natural conditions. A shrub thnt Is loft standing out of doors guts ready for winter. If It should ho taken up In September nnd kept In a green houso at a temperature of TO degrees, It would not maku preparation for tho cold weather. Put an animal in a warm building and keep him there, nnd his fur will not thicken for win ter. Sotno Interesting obsolvatlons have been mado concerning ohcep. In tho tropics thoy grow only thin hair, but when taken to Slhoria thoy began to grow flno wool, which thickened with each generation until thoy had n thick woolly covering thnt was atnplo pro tection against tho sovcrltles of tho cllmato to which thoy woro oxposod. I,cavo a Hhccp out of doors and It gets rondy for winter, llrlng It Indoors whoro It la not subjected to natural conditions, and It Is not a ft cc led by motcrologtcal changes. This samo thing Is truo of human beings. Many people, when cold wenthor comes, hldo nway In their wind-proof houses, thoroughly barri caded against fresh air. Undor such circumstances, tho power to mnko heat diminishes, nnd they nro afraid to como In contact with cold air, bocausu they havo coddled themselves too much as tho cold weather haa como on. When a person Is In that condi tion, his vitality is lowered, his re sistance wcakoncd, and ho is an easy proy to dlseaso. Thoro Is no tonic so cood as con tact with cold air. Tho body ralllos Its forces to repel tho cold, and whllo tho forces of tho bodr barrlcado thorn- solves against cold, thoy aro also bar ricading thomsolvos against germs. AH tho vital functions aro atfoctod by tho resistance of tho body forces to tho contact of cold. Tho stomach makes moro and hotter gastric Juico; tho blood-making process goes on with greater rapidity, nnd moro and richer blood Is produced. Ono who can ro slst cold can roslst pneumonia, con sumption, diphtheria, In fact, ho Is pre pared to light every dlseaso. This powor of rcslstanco can bo cul tivated by dally oxposuro to cold air. (Jo out of doors each day and got Into tlio fresh nlr moro and moro. At night let tho fresh cold air como In. Tho ono who sloops lu a tight room will strlvo In vain to nccustom himself to cold, for ho will undo during tho night all tho good ho has accomplished dur ing tho day. Woman's Kingdom Sacrificed. Wo havo somewhere seon it assert ed that tho women who havo done tho most to movo tho world for good, wero tho womon with natural-sized waists. Wo do not doubt tho truth of this. Deep breathing has much to do with deep thinking; n constricted waist means small vital capacity; n natural waist means largo vital ca pacity, nnd consequent ability of healthful, vigorous llfo nnd action. Saltl .Miss Prances Wlllnrd, In ono of her addrossos: "Ho It romemhored that until womnn comos to her kingdom physically, sho will novor really come at nil. Created to bo woll and strong and bouutlful, sho long ago sacrificed hur constitu tion, and has over since beon living on her by-laws. Sho hns mado of her self an hourglass, whose sands of life passod quickly by She 1ms walked when sho should havo run, sat whou she should have walked, reclined whun sho should have sat. "She has allow od herself to become a mere lay flgure upon which could bo fastonod nny lump or hoop or farthingale thnt fashion mongers show; ami ofttlmos her head Is n mere rotary hall, upon which mlllluors porch whatever they please be It bird of paradise or beast or creeping thing. "Sho has bedraggled her senseless; long skirts In whatever combination of llllh the stroots presented, submit ting to a motion tho moit awkward nnd degrading known to tho ontlre animal kingdom for nature has en dowed nil othois that carry trains and tullsj with tho powor of llfng thorn without turning lu their tru , but a fashionable woman pays lowliest obolsanco to what follows In her own wake; nnd, as sho does ho, cuts tho most grotosquo llguro outsldo a Jump ing Jack. "Sho Is n creature born to tho freo dom and bouuty or Diana, hut sho la swuthod by hor skirts, spllntordtl by hor stays, bandaged by her tight walstr and plnlou9drby her .gltiovcwtf untl alas, that I should lira to say it: a trussed turkey or a spitted goose ", her most appropriate oniblom' ' y iryv,rijv n ryy ao, nfwiM Physical Reinforcements. One of tho most sensible things a person can do, whethor ho Is sick or well, Is to rolnforco his strength fas fast as possible, by nvnlllng himsolf of all the assistance that ho can se cure by tho enthusiastic and Intelli gent employment of tho various phys iological agencies that aio within his reach Tho most Important trio of nnturnl remedies Is dietetics, hydrothornp) and proper exercise. Other valuable agencies aro puro air, light In varloue forms, electricity nnd eheorfulncss. Most people could very mntorlally In crease tholr physical defense by se curing tho reaction from a dally ap plication of cold In some form. Care ful sclentlllc observations havo shown Jhat such a treatment Increases almost Immediately the number of white blood cells In tho general circulation, thereby Increasing tho ability of tho body to capture germs as woll as to repair diseased structures. A general who could bo oaBlIy add to tho lighting strength of his army, would certainly he regarded as a lun atic If ho did not avail himsolf of tho opiKirtunity. Yot thoro arc thousarfds of seml-lnvnilds who do not concern themselves In the least as to how they may Improve tholr weakened and wan ing llfo forces. There nro multitudes of theso who only need to adopt a wholesome and rational dietary to bo speedily emanci pated from their present state of In validism. Others would In nn amaz ingly short tlmo bo nblo to shako off tho moss of dlseaso If thoy would be como sulllclently aroused to cease tholr sedentary llfo. nnd begin to en gago lu nctlvo, stirring physical exer cise Of course, nt first thoro would bo somo rebellion on tho part of the unused Joints, and loug-tlme-neglcctcd muscles. The samo sunlight thnt can placo a halo of glory on nil nntme, can put color into the palo cheoks that have been so carefully shut away from Its heulth and llfc-glvlng beams. 'Sho will not let him In the lieusa Until ho wIjmh hln fret. Then hIhi nulls out In her lane-trained guwn. And wipes up all the street." Things Out of 8lght. At this season of tho year, when cellars aro being tilled with tho pro visions for winter, the utrnest palm should bo taken to provide against the Introduction of unnecessary dirt and decaying substances. TuberB to be stored In tho food cellar Bkould.flrst bo either brushed or washed, tha'tnc unnecessary dirt may bo Introduced Into the room. Hverythlng should h oo placed and arranged as to faclll tnto frequent cleanings, and to pro vent tho accumulation of dust nnd dirt In nooks nnd corners. Bach autumn nnd spring, tho en tire contents of tho cellar should b( lltorally "turned out ot doors," and ovory portion of tho room thorough ly dlslnfoctcd with soap and water fresh whltownsh or In somo othoi prnctlcablo way. At any time an odor ot mustluess In tho cellar should bo considered a signal of danger, tc bo attended to at once. If n careful cleaning and airing does not remove It, moro vigorous measures should be employed. lOxamlno tho drnlnageand tho contonts of tho collar, and remove the cause, if possible. If tho cause Is not discernible, tho wholo room should be disinfected, or, as may be needed In somo cases, reconstructed Tho basement or shed whoro fuel Is kept should In no wise ho neglect ed; a floor of somo sort Is essential to protect from dampness. Decompos ing matter of any sort Is to bo avoid cd If ono desires n healthy home. Medical Progress. Tho materia medlcn of twenty-five yonrs ago Is obsolete. No good doc tor now treats symptoms ho nolthoi gives you something to sottlo joui stomach nor to euro your headache Theso things nro timely tlng-a-llngs nature's warning boll look out! And tho doctor tells jou so, nnd charges you n fee siilllclent to Impross you with tho fact that ho Is no fool, hut that jou nre. Tho Philistine. Kxperlenco keeps n dear school, but fools will lenrn lu no other, and carco In that. I'runklln. "Tho Call of tho Wlldernesi." The "Iteturn to Naturo" cry, which Is becoming so provalent and insistent In theso days of physical degeneracy Is. according to Illchnrd A. Haste, an effort of nature to preserve the raco. "Wo are," lie says, "becoming ovor civilised. The rod blood Is thinning In our veins, ami the marrow of our hones Is drying up. Tho world Is too much with Is. We are wasting our powers and losing sight or our origin. "Hut thero nre times when we nro reminded of our Inheritance the rroo dom of unlimited space, and our kin ship with the lire or the .flhj. In tho midst or our struggle to get on whon surfeited with books or braln-fnggod with too much thinking, when the fin Rers have grown numb with the han tiling of ledgers, nnd the eyes dim with gaxlng nt the over-present dollar sign; In tho agony of aoulrepresslon that attends this otornnl strife of got ting nnd spending, there oomes to even- one. llko the echo or n memory, the dlstnit call or tho wilderness Tin call Is Insistent the Imp.ilse to heei Instinctive. It Is at once s. promulga tion and a r"eocnltlop or the groat Haw of rnco p.eervt'un. CHINA 8ENDS DRAIN TWISTEn. Absorbing Puzzle of Ping-Pong and the Saucers. China, as ovorybody knows, wits the birthplace- vr ono or the birthplaces, ror It had many paronts of the puz zle. Many or our best brain twisters were known to Chinamen thousands or j ears ago. Tho following is u fas cinating little poser that we picked up in our wanderings In China. It was a favorite recroatlon of u certain Pong Ping. The puzzle that he U shown In the illustration to be engnged In solv ing Is simply this. lie has placed six saucers or bnsins of graduated sizes In r a pile on ono of tile Tour mats, and ho wants to transfer tho pile to one of tho other mats by moving ono saucer nt a tlmo from mat to mat without ocr placing a isnucer on ono thnt Is smaller than Itsolf. This can bo done In seventeen moves ir you go about It In tho right wny. Can ou perform tho feat? If jou cnn. then try to find tho fewest possible moves for remov ing a pile of ten saucers, and also n pllo of thi.tyslx. A practical way of trying this puzzle Is to uso a pllo of counters numbered 1, 2, 3, J, etc., tloiMiwnrds, and never placo n counter on another that has a smaller number. When you hnvo found tho easy jolutlon ror six you will not bo satisfied until you hnvo mastered tho caso ot ten. Tho case of thirty-six Is ghen ror the benefit or thoso readers who llko a hard nut to crack. Solution. With six saucers, first mnko a pllo or the thrco smallest (fUo moves), a pllo or the next two (three moves), re move tho bottom saucer (ono movo), roplaco tho two (thrco moves) and re place tho pllo or threo (flvo moves) altogether soventecu moves. With ton saucers you timet first muke a pllo ot bIx (seventeen moves), n pllo ot threo (sevon moves) nnd proceed as bofore. This will take forty-nine moves. Thlr-ty-slx saucers may bo removed In 1.79S moves, by making plies or twen-ty-olght (7C9 moves) and sevon (127 moves). London Tlt-Dlts. Old Mill Now a Church. It Is nlwnys interesting to note a ifafldlng which has been made Into a church out of some purely secular structure, and a church which, hav ing outlived Its day In a generation, Is sold for a purely commercial pur pose. It Is not orten that a church or chapel bears tho mark or Its pre vious purpose as tho church or St. Exterior of Heath Mill Church. Crois of Ilelgate Heath, England, which was formerly known ns Mill Chapel because It had been nt one time a mill ns tho huge arms upon It still show us. It Is served by tho clergy of the parish church The charol stands In a very striking pod tlon nnd can ho seen with Its great gaunt nniiB from n long distance Boots at "Cribs." Ono of the universities has insti tuted n special Inquiry Into tho re marknble succets which attended Its studontH lu n recent examination. It leaked out that the students wrote dates ami names on their brilliantly pollshetl boots with ordinary black lend pencils, anil by mentis ot holding the reel In a peculiar position the writing was legible to the candidate, though Invisible to nny one who looked nt It rroni another nngle. Trout Pulled Doy Into Stream. Kdgar Hagar, n 18-jonr-oId Now Hnmpiililro boy. was pulled Into the Arukoo river. In that state, and nonrly drowned by n big rainbow trout, which ho lud hooked. Ily clinging to n troe which had fallen into the river nnd nt the Bomo time fighting gnmoly ror his prize, the boy flnttlly tired tho fish out. It weighed 10 pounds. Hng-ir weighs CO. Free to All. A younK Maine couple went for a rldo in the country on a recent Sun day. They saw n woman gmthoring npplos In an orchard rear the rod. and naked If they might linve some, "(luotvi so." was the startling reply. "I'm stealing them.' aTaTaTaTaTaTaTar'aTaTaTaTaTaTakBiBBBBBBBBBBB GOOD READING I'OR CHILDREN. Bst Way to Develop Sound Taste In Literature. There otipht to be n collection of good books within tho reach of every child from the earliest years. Theso hi rtks ought to be selected with the utmost rate, and should exclude nil Inferior, sensational and careless writing The list ought to exclude a large number of the books written especially Tor children, becauso many or these books lack reality and liter nrv quality. a child who Is brought up with well bred people will havo good manners far moro eertalnl than n child who Is taught good manners In nny for mal way; nnd much the best wny to dove'op n sound taste for literature In cillldren Is to mako them familiar with tho best writing from tho very first, nnd to shut them off from access le Inferior writing. Tho best litera ture offers every kind of writing which should Intcrost n child. Week ly Scotsman. Dead Reckoning Dead reckoning Is a term used in inlpnHon to express the estimation' that is made of a ship's place without having recourso to obgcnatlon of the celestial bodies. It Is mado by observ ing tho way sho mnkes by tho log. and tho course tin which she has been steered, making allowance Tor drlrt leuwny. etc ECZEMA FOR TWO YEARS. Little Girl's Awful Suffering With Ter- I rlble Skin Humor Sleepless Nights for Mother Speedy Cure by Cutlcura. "My lit lo girl lind been suffering ror two enrs rrom eczema, ami dur ing that tlmo I could not get n night's sleep, ns hor ailment wns very severe. I had tried so ninny remedies, deriv ing no bencllt. I had given up nil hope. Unt ns n last rosort I was persuaded to try Cutlcura, and ono box of the Ointment nnd two bottles of tho Ilo solvcnt, together with the Soap, ef fectod n permanent cure. Mrs. I. 1J. Joi33, AddingUm, Ind. T." Russian Coins Cornered. Tho Russian government corners Its own coins. Every year It mints n lim ited number or bronze coins of the nominal valuo of 1-1 kopeck, In Eng lish valuo 1-lCth or n penny. As these coins nro practically not In circulation only n row aro Issued. Tho remainder nro sold by tho mint authorities, at about doublo their value, ror uso as card-counters. I am sure I'lso's Cure for Conaumptlon saved my UXo thrco years ago. Sins. Tuos. Konnins, Maple Street, Norwich. N. Y., Pcb. 17. 1 WO. At tho Charity Bazaar. LIcutennnt I shall not pay you ror the two kisses, but I glvo you permis sion to uso my namo as reference Meggcniiorfer Dlactcr. ( The National Mining Congrets Will bo held nt El Paso, Toxas, No vember 14 to 18, 1905. Interesting program and entertainment for visi tors. Ono fnro plus $2.00 round trip from northwostorn territory, with :hcap sldo trips to Old Moxlco, and sthcr points, via Santa Ko railway, tho quick lino. Kor dates of salo ot sbovo tickets and for train servlco, ico or write, C. P. WARREN, (lon'l Agent, A. T. & S. P. Ily., 411 Dooly lllk, Salt Iiko City. Utah. Such Is the State of Man. "Which I havo noticed," Bald tho man who was chewing flno cut and telling how to run peace conventions, and dig canals and do other odd Jobs of world work, "which I havo noticed, speaking nbout nothing In particular! that beforo a man Is married ho wor ries becauso ho knows ho Isn't as smart as tho girl thinks he Is, and after ho Is married ho worries be causo ho knows sho knows ho Isn't as smart as ho might be." Omaha, Nobr., Oct. 2C It Is re ported from Cnspor, Wyo., that sales of town Iota for tho now town ot Sho shone, located at the edgo of tho Wind River Reservation on tho now lino or Tho Chicago & North Western Hallway across tho stato rrom Cas per, havo been unprecedented, Ulddlng ror town lots runs high and a largo nunibor havo been disposed or within a short time. Iluyers o blent ly flgure on tho growth or tho city horo when tho Indian Rosorvatlon la thrown open to settlement next Juno Pawnbroklng In London. Moro than 15,000.000 visits aro paid every year to London pawnbrokers. Tho oxnet figures nro on nn nverngo G0..100 times a day. Throughout tho wholo country the number or pledges Is Bald to amount to 190,000,000 per annum. ixin't l'tnttiirr A lareo3-ot iwokotfo )ll Cro Hall nine, only Iwnts. Ton Rum CumrtDiiy. South llenil, Ind. Havo Good Memories. Tho Hindu prlosts In India havo re markable memories nnd It Is said to bo easy to find ono who cnn repent the 300,000 Hues or tho Mahabhiirata with out a mistake. TEA I low little it is! How little it adds to the weight of the cup! It has covered the sea with bhips for a hundred years. Tallest Man Ir, Maine. Rvorott K. Pnrrl. connected with tho Maine United States coast survoy, is the tallest man In the State, standing six feet soven Indian u his stocking feet, but weighs only 25 pounds. BVILD &P- VTAH. (ilP) We ask you to use Three Crown pro ducts because they are the "best of the good ones." We ask you to Insist that your gro cer supplies you with Three Crown goods, because every time you buy a can of Three Crown Daklng Powder or Spices, n bottle of Three Crown Extracts, or a package of Three Crown Tea or Coffee, you are helping to build up an Industry that has been helping to build up Utah for 18 years. We furnish employment to a large number of people we want to furnish It to a larger number. These people build homes In our state, they help the grocer, the butcher, the coal man, the lee man, the clothier and dry goods merchant, and other lines by giving them that support necessary to their success. When others proeper YOU must share In their prosperity, and therefore It Is to our mutual profit and advantage that you inslrt on being supplied with Three Crown Products. We thank you for your past sup port and encouragement, and In anti cipation of your further patronage. Respectfully, HEWLETT BROS. CO Salt Lake City, Utah. WRITE TO US NOW ..About anylhinj yoxi will rtrrd In Jewelry Watchea or Silverware for Chrlilmaa. We pa) expreaa charjea on arllclea aent ua for rrpaira -tjEstcvbiishcd rf (ti ,a62 B j V REASONABLE PRICES STORES IN SALT LAKE AND DENVER Must Vote In Switzerland. In Switzerland every male between tho nges of 20 nnd C5 Is obliged to oto, unless ho be n pauper, criminal or a bankrupt. Theso havo not tho ; right or voting. TEA Coffee is fine too: but fine has a different meaning in coffee. Write for our Knowledge Dook, A. SclillUiv a Company, Sau 1 ranrlim D Women Doing Good Work. I Tho Women's Army and Navy- I league, Washington, sends books and 1 papers to soldiers and sailors abroad. I TEA I It wouldn't ccst much,' to ffl burn all the money our w grocers pay-back. I Yoor irrorer relume your raooey I f you don't like B Sctillllna-'a Ileal. B, Fuel In Irish Dogs. w Experts calculato that Irish bogs are I capablo or turning out 50,000,000 tons or ruel n year for n thousand years, and ir this wero sold It would bring In $60,000,000 n yenr. Antiseptic Remedy For Family and Form KILLS PAIN. Dr. EARL S. SLOAN, OIG Albany Otreet, Boston, Maes. lixmssMxsssasiSBcaiXBsataaeasaaJi FOR VrVTEN j!ijS! trouMel with ills pecotuir to Efc.d" their aex, used at a douche ii matveloualy aoo ceaatol, Thoroutlilycleaiiiei.klllidiafiseKcnua. topi dltrtutEta, heals InUamoutioq anj local soreness, l'aitine Is in powder form to Us diiwlvcd In pure water, and Is tar more cleansing, heal njr, eenaicidjl and economical thin liquid aniiaeptu s lor alt TOILET AND WOMEN'S SPECIAL USES Kor me at druiRiin, Ml cenla a box. Trial llox and Uoolc ol Inatructlona Free. Tut n. Paiton Company Boston, Mass), utv ec doing- nro co,3y- n Thlelatua Ma tree you rnad about Mado in Tee Sin. rent rau. I'nrn from HUI I Sla.ul A tour furnliurv dealer for It. It genuine, our Trad atari lioallieuif Utah Bedding & Manufacturing Go. 8ai.T lax Oitv. Utah t