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toJ . THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19 1913 - I
? A RAILROAD Mi
i KNOWS TH: TRUTH
able
Mr. F. S. Berry, of Salt
Lake City,, Knows the
Truth About Plant
Juice
lti Mr. F. S. Berry, a popular Ball Lake
City railroad nan. who for the paftl
, seven years has br-en th switchman
lj for the Southern Pacific has som
j Interesting Jungs to s-n about Plant
Juice His home is at Fourth and
Ut, Main streets, and his statement fol
,n lows
"Yes, I have used Plant Juice and
tf . that is not all, I am ni ng to US
j. whenever I pet off my pins and gel
I to feeling tough It lies fixed my
rjQj. stomach trouble that has worried me
for years. I was badly run down, hard
ly able to get nbnm, did not f. el ike
U work, no appetite poor -'-pp aid ji
seemed as If everything was the mat-
: ter with me One ot the boys told
jj, i me lhat Plan' Juice would kelp Die
I and I decided to give it a trial, Before
tejj I had taken the m- bo;,lr i km j
.j that it was the real thing Could I
f what I pleased, slept as sound -IM
log and felt as active as a 2-year-old -
I am now telling the hoys the same '
thing that my friend told me when
5. ever I see nn of them looking the
2J I least hit off "
Plant Juice is the greatest tonic of
the age It will put ne life, health
k M and energy into you in almost in
credibly short time It is an abso
lute specific for all derangements of
the kidneys, stomach, liver and blood
; It clears the liver relieves nil atom
ic ach disorders, v. in banish rheumo
. tism and all catarrhal trotihles Its
" action Ip direct and rapid. Thousands
p- today are praising Plant Juice In
H I ery large city in America. Call and
get a bottle of this preparation from
Mclntyre'a Drug Store at 2421 Waal
W ! Ington Ave Tt will do you more good
IT r than anything you have ever taken
M.J f
YOU DON'T TELL
I YOUR BUTCHER
to Rend yon up 50c worth of
"meat"; you specify the kind
and quality. There's just as
much difference in flour . some
( I flour is worth 50c a hundred
more than others, altho you might
pay the same price. To get your
money's worth and to get the,
quality flour, tell your grocer
: you want
if Crescent Flour
and take no substitute.
I OUR
CANDIES
are of
highest quality and
strictly fresh.
J lTcBRIDE
I ! IT A Drug Co.
Prescription Specialists.
H 2463 Wash. Ave. I
JUDGING BY THE SOUND.
Asked to explain the meaning of
ris-a-vis, a boy at E House school, I
Surblton, wrote:
"Vis-a--ns means the stuff that
j come out of a champaign bottle be
fore the champaign itself " London
Mail.
oo
It takes a clever man to sidetrack
1 a widow who has made up her mind
to annex him, and he must be hard
hearted too
no
Read the Classified Ads
FEWER FRUIT
TRAINS IN
SERVICE
The effect of the frost In California
Beveral weeks ago is making its re
i ill fell in the fre ight business of the
railroads, In the winter and spring,
the fruit transportation from Califor
Bis constitutes B ;:i.;iter part of the
east-bound freight business of the
Southern Paririr and Santa Fe. ami
when that business has fallen great
lv because of the lack of fruit in
good condition, the loss Is notlceble
Local railroad officials state that
all available trainmen will be put on
w ithin a short time. hoveer. as the
spring freight business is expected m
become better within a few weeks. At
the present time there are numerous
tr In loads of farming Implements
being shipped to the west and north -rtf":,
It is stated that with the in
crease in the number of colonists in
the western country, particularly In
Idaho, Washington and Oregon, an ad
ditional number of cars are needed
each year for the transportation of
implements alone.
SUIT IS LOST ON
IMMORAL
DEAL
In the case of B F Redman of
Salt Lake and Mrs. Dora B. Topham
of this city, In which the plaintiff
sought to recover something over
12000 on certain promissory notr?
Jud&e Harris rendered decision de
taring the entire transaction lead
ing up to the issuing of the notes I
null and void, and that the plaintiff
could not recoer
.Unite Harris stated that the notes
were issued in payment for real es
tate that was to be uuert for immor
al purposes and that the court would
t not be a party to such deals
The transaction Involved the pur
chase of certain church property and
other real estate in Salt Lake in the
'stockade" district Mrs. Topham had
I purchased the property, giving her
notes In part payment, but after
wards deeding the property back with
the understanding that her notes
should be returned.
The testimony showed that some
of the notes were not returned in her
and thai in one instance a note had
t passed Into the hands of Innocent
.parties upon which recovery was had
against both .Mrs. Topham and Mr
Redman.
In passing on the question this
morning the court -aid
"In the case of B. F Redman s
D B Topham. the court finds In this
lease that the two promissory notes
sued upon by the plalntitt were given
in consideration for the purchase of
8 certain tract of land located In Salt
Lake City, adjoining the property of
the Citizens Investment company, of
which the defendant Topham was
i principal ow ner and manager The
court also finds that that propert
was to be used for carrying on pros
titution, in violation of the laws "i
this state. The court further finds
that the plaintiff knew of the uses
to which the property was to be put
and knew also that the property which
he conveyed to Mrs. Topham was to
be used for the same unlawful pur
pose. And it appears further that the
plaintiff took at least some steps to
wards quieting the feelings of the
public toward the defendant's unlaw
ful business, in that he purchased the
propert belonging to a certain church
located on Fourth West street to si
lence their opposition to the estab
lishment of the stockade In that dis
trict "In the circumstances, therefore. It
clearly appears that the plaintiff Is
not entitled to any relief In this case.
The real estate which he sold to th3
defendant was conveyed to her with
the knowledKe that it was to be used
for an unlawful purpose, and the notes
were given in payment of that real
estate, and this court will not be a
party to enable him to realize upon
B contract tainted with Illegality, such
as. that wa6 And the contract be- !
tween the parties and the consider
ation therefore being illegal the court
will dismiss said action and will re
fuse to find on any of the other Is
sues in the case; in other words the
court will not aid either party to the
unlawful contract, but will leave them
where If finds them and will grant
no relief other than the dismissal of
the cause of action. It la ordered,
therefore, that the action may be dismissed."
OUR MODERN I
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1 v supplies the Strongest Protection devised by human I
1 r ingenuity and skill
. 1 f Avail yourself of the advantages of this Fire and R
B Burglar Proof Vault by placing your valuables fij
I therein
I ft Safe Deposit Boxes for rent
P $2.00 and up per year.
0 II . s s
1 I This Week's Specials at the National
I are the greatest bargains to be found in all new epring merchandise,
9 Ladies' Suits, $23.50 values $15.00
Ladles' Coats, $0 00 values $12.95
Jt I Ladiec' Dresses. 5?0. CO values $12 95
H AflsHSMQUsASMH
6 ' gTi iii i i p i m ii mi i uri h wSmB
j HARRY REINSHRI8ER. Mgr
JUDGE HARRIS
DENIES THE
NON-SUIT
This morning .Judge N. J Harris
denied the motion for non-suit In the
120,000 damage suit or John Hughes
against th Bait Lake & ORden Rail-1
way company and the trial of the
Case was resumed.
The plaintiff having rested, the at
torney for the defendant company
made statement t0 the Jurv The
attorney said that it would bo shown I
bj creditable witnesses that, when!
top accident occurred on Lincoln
laenue, .May 16, 1912, which raused
the death of the infant child Alma!
Hughes, of the plaintiff John Hughes,
th( motorman driving the defendant
company's car could not see the ehlld
until he was practically under the
wheels
It Is claimed bj th? defendant
Icompanj that the child was hanging
to thp rear end of a large van golnc
In an opposite direction from the
course ot the electric car traeling!
n i thp car track, and that at the j
im.inient the car approached the van
ith- ehiid darted from behind 'bo wag- j
on and Btarted 'o eross the car trnok
c-n Its w.-. home to the east side of
the avenue
I The car was running at a rate of
Speed not to exceed eight mllps, the
nttornev said, and the emergency
brakes were applied bj the motorman
as cnon ;1a hc saw tyie child in a peril
ous position, the ihoel of the car
being virtually locked by the air, act-
U Sliding when tbev struck thr
child, and the car was stoptied within
five feel after the collision
An hp witness for the plaintiff
' Btifled a few days ago that there1
was no vehicle on the avenue, save
the ( led rl ar, al the tlnie of the
accident and that he saw the child
stricken down by the car while at
tempting to cross the track.
oo
SALT LAKE
SUPPOSED LEPER
IN SALT LAKE
Salt Lake March 1 9 Somewhere
in Salt Lake Is a man supposed to
be suffering from leprosy, the most!
dangerous of infectious diseases
Every detective and policeman of
the department has his description '
In co-operation with health authori
ties th police entered upon a fever
ish search for the man yesierda.
when it became known he was hid
ing in Salt Lake
Orabel Is the man's name Hi
1 brl8tlan nam,, is not known. He is
j about 60 years old. has dark hair
, mixed with gray and stands about "
reel 10 Inches He wears a black
derb and a brown suit of clothes
In addition to this description the
information blank at headquarters
bears the following warning to pa
I t rolmen :
This man has leprosv; has been
working as Bwitchman at Garfield,
came to Salt Lake Prlday evening;
face is very brown from eyes to ears
has while marks over eyes Will
doubtless be found around some sa
loon '
Grabel appeared mstrriously In the
railroad yards at Garfield early last
week He obtained employment as
switchman The peculiar markings of
bis face excited other employes but
until Friday the new hand managed
to stand off their inquiries with ex
planations that he had been hurt in
a boiler explosion Then some one
asked him it he did not have lepro- I
sy He is said to have admitted the
fact, then to have taken a train for
Salt Lake. He was seen In a saloon
near the O. S L. station last Frldav
night
After members of the police depart
ment had scoured the city last night!
they were only able to report having
made progress b failing In posses
sion of clews. A man answering th
description of Grabel drank in a west
side saloon yesterday forenoon When'
he had drained several glasses of
whisky and observed the bartender I
and customers were regurdini; him
strangely, he disappeared Later in
the day It Is said he again was seen
In the vicinity of the O. S L sta
tion. So infectious la leprosy said to be
that Its germs may remain on the
edge of a whiskey tUass and suffer
but little by coming in contact with'
alcohol Once in the mouth of an 1
unsuspecting person, the terrible dls-
ease will develop with remarkable
swiftness To contract leprosy means 1
deportation to the dreaded Island of
Molochi. or to be hounded about ev-l
ery civilized country.
FORMING GARDEN
CLUBS IN SCHOOLS
Salt I-ake Mar 19. B. H. Christen
sen, city superintendent of schools,
who is a hearty supporter of indus
trial activities among the school chil
dren, is now porfe. Ung a plan for the
organisation of garden clubs at the1
different ?chools of the cH-. This
important movement will be combined'
with the -city beautiful' campaign I
now- being directed by m j i,h.,
of the Unlversit) ol Utah. Mr Abbey I
and Superintend, in t'hristensen ,r.
to co-operate In carrying their plans
to fruition
With this work being carried on
enthusiasts ,ll by school children
and with th SU ( 6B8 of the nIOl( now
on for a general 'cleanup" week In
the early spring, to say nothinc of
the commercial club's campaign for
Street Improvement, and boulevards
lit is expected that Salt U,ke win
eal to the thousands who come I
here t,,r the Iul) convention of the I
National Education association with
la maximum decree of beautv and at
traction. The intention Is ' to carry
out these bcautification plans by that
time
Explains Plan
Mr. Abbey met yesterday with the
pupils of the Wasatch school and ex
plained the plan. His talk set forth
tho relation of the garden to the home
from an economic .standpoint in
emphasising the matter of beautify
- the ,-ity and Its effect upon the
boys and girls, Mr Abbey said that
under the plan adopted It would be
possible for every body participant to
lly Clever Suits, Coats I I
IiKlwM and Gowns for Easter I I
I IPSk IMFR I f EVERY NEW STYLE EVERY NEW COLOR I
I I lifl ' , '' '' I EVCry Fabrk' y1' thj Sprin? Season Now Here for H
B Jr pmge of soft shades of tans and grays. EVERYTHING I I
I mzwmr--ttt---.-e SPRING COATS AND WRAPS IN VARIOUS I ( '
I LLR STYLES FOR ALL OCCASIONS ' "i !
SPECIAL $12.50 TO $45.00.
I New Spring Dresses and Frocks E I
The styles are more fascinating than ever in this wonderful collection of individual Gowns
B and Dresses and the delightfully soft materials and colors are as much responsible as any I
R other one thing for their charming grace. j
I Gowns for Evening, Party, Theater, Afternoon, Street and 1 I
i Utility Wear, $11.75 !o $35.00 I I
1 P A A REMARKABLE VALUES IN WOMEN'S foA AA I '
Bilk 1B STYLISH NEW SUITS AT $15.00 WILL W C gill 1
i Ml 1 11911 BE OFFERED TOMORROW J h I 11 ill If i
yj-VF NOT A SLIT IN THE COLLECTION tJLfFVV B
rTHriu WORTH LESS THAN $20.00. iannM B I!
SELECT YOUR GLOVES 1 I
WITH CAME I
JL x'i l,r faster costume will not be the joy it should he unless g I
' ''liMLTLF yUr IVeS afe corresPondiri1r res and f'tted to your hands.
TOffSB 1(wJlI For our Spring Opening Week we are offering a shipment of 20 H
j Wm" dozen -$1.25 to $1.50 kid gloves, at the very special price of 98c 8
1 j'j'j Take Advantage of This Special Offer While It Lasts. B j I
First Showing Oxfords, Pomps and Boots! I
OUR LINES FOR SPRING ARE NOW fflj rTgpj
COMPLETE. THE SHOWING INCLUDES ) pf43
THE NEW SHADES OF TAN, RUSSIA A XM(lljVjVA 1$ A f I
CALF AND BROWN KID. THESE PROM- V SP W WMM J ; I
ISE TO PE DECIi)EDL' POPULAR. AVE tj W.P1' Vf j A fl
MENTION HERE ONLY A HALF A DOZEN A & :
OF THE MORE THAN FIFTY STYLES. icSr!!??-
Tan Russia Cult' Oxfords, in button and lace, goodyear welt I
soles, Cuban heels, $3 and up. ifcfi 1" Jt S 9 Hif f
Dull CaH Oxfords, button and lace, Goodyear welt soles. 1 3-4 fijfl LafllCS' MlSSCS 8
inch Cuban heels, $2 50 and up. i
Patent Kid Oxfords, button and lace, welt soles, low and high CoiTttnJ Dlllllllft sT'iofc of I I
Cuban heels, very dressy, $3.50 and up iSiSllBUIC KWllSJO vUdllj dl j
All Vici Kid Oxfords, Blucher cut, short vamp, round toe last, I I
$3.50 and up. 110115)1 Pril
A comfortable low House Shoe, in kid skin, flexible soles, low kJOCLICfll 1 I IVViJ
heels, $3.50 and up. 1
I Millinery Announcement) I
WE ARE EXPECTING OUR MILLINERY IN THURSDAY OR FRIDAY HAVE 1 I
BEEN DELAYED ON ACCOUNT OF THE HEAVY STORMS AND WRECK M j
LAST & THOMAS I
I
earn his own clothe?, spending money
and the nucleus of a hank account
through proper cultivation of land
now used in ftll Prts of the city, A
-i of prizes amounting 10 3d0 was
;ilo road.
The school children evinced an
eagerness to Join In the moement.
Ont? hundred and clshtcpn boys at
once agreed lo secure perrnibslon to
cultivate vacant lots under the in
Btruction of Mr. Abbey and Super
intendent Chrlstenscn Many of the
boys went from the school lm tldinc J
to secure vacant lots before other
got the Btart of them. Superintendent
j Christenscu and the teachers will
I co-operate in the organization of
'clubs to carr on the work. In cer
tain schools the cultivation of vacant
'lots will be taken up; In others the
home garden will be emphasized.
Yesterday the Commercial club
public Improvements committee unan
DO sly Indorsed the project of the
Association of Citj Clubs for a rmi
leral 'cleanup' week and recommend -jed
to the board of governors thai the
Icluh give Its hearty co-operation to
the movement
Read the Classified Ads.
AWARD BUILDING CONTRACTS.
Murray. March 18 Contracts for
the brick and cement work on the
canning fnctory were awarded today
Mat Cibbu was the successful bid
der for the brick work, while the ce
ment Job was awarded to .lames
Wood. Both are local men. The 'I'
rectors announced that ar, soon as rh
formal siRiiIng of the contracts could
be arranged work would be started,
as it was already getting late and Hi
building musr be read) to handle the
fall work The carpentry bid will
be awarded in a day or two. About j
200 acres of tomatoes have alreadj '
been contracted for and more will bp i'sLI
this month I'SbbI
! ENGLAND HAS
BEST AEROPLANE
London, Mar If The British army j
I posfeses the best aeroplane In the R 1
i i rid and has secretly perfected a j
type Of living machine far superior j
to an) m the possession of other na j

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