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1 Strong Healthy Women
If a Oman is strong and healthy in a womanly way moth AcA I
erhood means to her but little suffering The trouble lies
in the fact that the many women suffer from weakness and
disease of the distinctly feminine organism and arc unfitted 3
for motherhood This can be remedied I
i Or Pierces Favorite Prescription
I Cures the weaknesses and disorders of women
j It acts directly on tho delicate and important
I organs concerned in motherhood mukiag them
healthy strong vigorous virile and clastic
I Favorite Prescription II banishes tho indispositions of the
I period of expectancy and makes babys advent cosy and
almost painlcss It quickens and vitalircs the feminine
organs and insures a healthy und robust baby Thousands of women have
I testified to its marvelous merits
I It Makes Weak Women Strong It Makes Sick Women Well
Honest druggists do not offer substitutes and yrrjc them upon you ui just
as good Accept no secret nostrum in place of this nonsecret remedy It
contains not n drop of alcohol and not a gram of hnbitforminjj or injurious
drugs Is a pure gl eerie extract of healing native American roots
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A Storehouse of Wealth
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Is a Home of Health
it often happens that your wife
is overworked and you dont know
It until she commences to complain
of lost appetite lame back etc
and at last gives up and the Doctor
is called and then you rush out to
secure help for tho same work she
did At last after a rest she re
covers and you take a personal
pride that you did your part In
having her health restored but
vou overlooked the day in and day
S out neverending toll of preparing
ho meals over the hot coal stove
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nd overheated kitchen
The nerve racking tension and
patlcnco required to carry on this
domestic home service Is rarelY
comprehended and seldom realized
by his Royal Highness If Husbands
ltd to do the cooking for thirty
days we could not begin to supply
the demand for gas stoves Win
not figure that your wifes health is
all in all to her and you one years
rest cooking with gas will restore
her former youth and beauty If
you try it you will be overjoyed to
learn that this is no fairy story
UTAH LIGHT RY CO
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OGDEN STEAM LAUNDRY CO
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Means
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We clean everything and dye
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We go after the goods
We return them
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results must be right Buy
medicines here and you
get all the advantages of
care in selecting the drugs
and filling the prescrip
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our customers have de
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years They find us
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Best on Earth Is sold by Snlvely
Hendry Wo also carry an up
todato lino of fans Call and seo
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ELECTRIC SUPPLIES
Bell Phone 731 2450 Wash Ave
WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS
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1 SALT LAKE AND
STATE NEWS
BOY CKAMPO
BilliARD PLAYER
Salt Lake July 2SErery person
who has handled a billiard cue baa
heard of Willie Hoppe known through
out the country as the boy champion
He Is the worlds champion 182 bil
liard player and it is doubtful if there
IB a man In the world who can defeat
him Iloppo is now In Salt Lake on
his way to Seattle He arrived here
last night on a belated train and al
though tired from his long journey
played two games at the University
club and then gave an exhibition of
fancy shots shots that seem Impossi
ble That ho is a marvel with the cue
was demonstrated to those who were
fortunato enough to see him control
tho balls He will be here this even
ing and tomorrow and will play match
games at Lloyd Jevluos academy at
he Windsor There Is no charge to
see him and tho public is Invited to
witness the exhibitions
j At the University club he played
I two games with Jeviiie the first be
ing threecushion carom and the sec
ond 300 points 1S2 Hoppe won both
taking the first by running 10 points
In 37 Innings to Tevinos 22 The cham
pion ran the 100 in the second gamo
I In fourteen innings to Jevlncs GC
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MORONI CELEBRATES
ITS SEMICENTENIAL
I Moroni Sanpete Co July 25toro
ni has Just celebrated the fiftieth anni
versary of Its settlement in ISbJ
I when about 20 families from Nophi
Manti and Ephralm under the lead ot
I Its exbishop George W Bradley set
tied on the bank of Sanpltch river
J here for a time they lived In dug
j outs and other crude dwellings while
they cleared the land planted crops
and dug irrigation ditches
The celebration lasted during the
23rd and 21th Inst
There was a fine parade through the
principal streets each morning follow
ed by crowded meetings In the ward
tabernacle The parade vivIdly por
trayed conditions which existed in pio
neer days by the presence of Indians
road builders the crude implements of
the husbandman followed > y the glean
ers grandmothers spinning wheel and
handloom at work then came a nOl
road builder the crude Implements of
display of modern agricultural machin
ery and modern conveniences Utah
and hor best crop showed up in
great shape The proceedings wero
enlivened by three good bands includ
ing Moronis veteran martial band
At Fridays meeting the assemblage
was addressed and welcomed by Mar
or John Bailey other speakers being
pioneers George H Bradley Jens C
Neilson and Patriarch Charles Sperry
of Nephl Each of whom related many
Interesting incidents in connection
with the settling of the town and the
labors of the first settlers
The proceedings were varied with
music songs and recitations and tho
reading of an original poem composed
by Pioneer Jool II Child
The afternoon was spent in renewing
old acquaintances and at Amusement
park witnessing horse and foot races
and a game of Imsoball between Moro
ni and Spring City teams Moron arn
being victors
On the 24th the parade was repeat
ed for the benefit of many later visit
ors after which the people assemble
In tho tabernacle where after opening
exercises an oration was delivered by
Hon Joseph L Jolley who paid a just
tribute to the labors of Utahs pio
neers and to the founders of Moroni
The exercises were enlivened by music
by tho several bands songs and reci
tations and the rendering of an original
song by Langley A Bailey of Nopbl
and an address by Bishop Orianuo
Bradley
HIGGS BISHOP SPEAKS PLAINLY
Salt Lake July 28Blshop Joseph
Christensen of the Tenth ward when
seen this morning was emphatic in his I
sentiment regarding the alleged ac
tions of his counselor Alpha J Hlggs
who Is accused of having married an
other wife and deserting his wife and
family
It Is hardly good taste on my part
to discuss the affair when It is taken
Into consideration that the case is now
up before me he said In answer to
questions We are investigating the
case now and If the charges prove to
I be true the accused will be stripped of
all his rights in the priesthood and
will be cut off the church
Where is Alpha J Higgs now
was the next question
I wish I knew I do not know and
If anybody does he is keeping It to
himself
Bishop Christensen when told that
somebody had started tho rumor that
he had performed the alleged unlawful
ceremony grow distinctly indignant
It Is a diabolical falsehood he ex
claimed and those who make that
statement are telling an untruth Any
body who knows mo knows my senti
ments regarding the violation of the
law of the land and the Manifesto is
sued by President Woodruff I never
I had anything to do with the alleged
marriage
J F VAILE ENTERS
A STRONG DENIAL
Salt Lake July 2S According to a
Dem or dispatch J F Vaile general
counsel for the Denver Rio Grande
rialroud has made an official denial of I
reports that E H HarrlmnJi lips ac
quired a controlling Interest In the
Domenfc Itio Grande Mr Valle has
just returned to Denver from Now
York uhero he had several confer
ences with Georgo Gould head of the
road and President E T Jeffrey and
says there will he no changes in the
directorate at the annual meeting in
October which will Indicate a change
of control of the company Thoro may
be trackage agreements Mr Vallo ad
mitted between thC Gould and Har
riman lines and this has given rise to
the report that tho Gould and HarrI
man interests have offered a compro
mise deal with D II Moffall In order
to nrevont the construction of tho road
owned by the latter Into Salt Lake
City It Is said the building of n
branch from Wamsuttor Wyo to the
Moffat terminal with tho plan to run
through trains over the Moffalt road
through Denver The Rio Grando
would In carrying out tho proposed
plan build from Dotsero to the Mot
fat terminal running all through
trains over this and the Moffat road
r 31RS TI10MAS HOVER
Every Woman inAmerica is Interested
in This Young Matrons Experience
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DOCTORED WITHOUT RELIEF
PERUNA SAVED HER
Mrs Thomas Hover R F D No1
Montague Mass writes As I doc
tored over a year without any relief
and kept getting worse I gave up all
hope of ever getting well again I was
all run down could cat scarcely any
thing I was nervous and had such
terrible pains in my right side and
shoulder
I happened to see one of Dr
Hartmans booklets and wrote to him
for advice and followed it as he said
I cannot express lioV grateful I feel
for Dr Hartmans kind advice and
Peruna
Gould and Harriman agree It Is re
ported to finance the Moffatt tunnel
and take 19 POI cent of the bonds is
sued for JL f
PROVO VOTES FOR
DEPOT FRANCHISE
Provo July 2SYcs 1307 no 1101
total 2lGS majority in favor of grant
ing the D IL CL and S L L A
Railway companies a franchise to
build a union depot on Sixth South
street at the foot otThird West street
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The depot election is now over and
the people can again deote thorn
selves to less exciting affairs The
campaign has been most vigorously
conducted on thsldes and during llie
clay of election yesterday the voters
wero given no excuse for not voting
Only a few escaped being taken to the
polls One man was carried from a
sick bed to the carriage taken to the
polls and carried in and aftor he Lad
voted was taken back to tho carriage
and taken home A few howevor were
persistent in their refusal and did not
vote The registered votes in Provo
are 3832 but of those some have died
since the last registration others
have moved permanently and some
are out of town visiting The total
vote was 24 GS andHO far as can be
determined without a new registra
tion that comes very near to being all
that aIe entitled to vote and who are
here now =
WOMAN TAKESCARBOLIC ACID
Mrs Miller Gasps Her Life Away
While Police jUnnrvcl System
of Reid Tape
Salt Lake TulXc 2JHalhor than
live through a lingering illness for
which she knew thce was no relief
Mrs Minnie MilloV wife of a carpen
ter choso death yesterday afternoon
when she killed herself by swallowing
two ounces of carbolic acid at her
homo 140 South State street
To her own sorrows was added a
double burden recently A few days
ago her husband was forced to give up
his work by reason of a sunstroke Her
mother In Michigan for years un in
valid had not written to her for
months nnll1 because of this prolonged
silence the daughter believed her dead
while relatives sho thought were
withholding the sad news from lid
These added misfQrtuncs so Intensified
her despondency she could see relict
only In death
Though she took an unusually large
dose of the drug the landlady sal1
the unfortunate woman might have
been saved had the police responded
with more promptness to the call for
medical aid Mrs Beuzon says she
discovered the womans plight almost
as soon as the drug had been taken
Without the loss of an instant she tel
ephoned headquarters that a woman
had swallowed carbolic acid and was
in a dying condition and needed a
physician
COUPLE STILL MISSING
No Clue to Whereabouts of Alpha
Higgs and Miss Badger
Salt Lake July 29 Relatives ot
Miss Bessie Badger and Alpha J lliggs
have thus far been unable to learn
anything of the whereabouts of the
missing couple who disappeared from
the city recently The olllclals of the
Mormon church are absolutely at a
loss to know whither they have gone
and have no clue whatever to work
en
Bishop Joseph Christensen of the
BRIt UTS DISEASE
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Let there bo no evasIonwe mean
clnonic and supposed insurable cases
involving dropsy abumen and casts
They arc curable In a great majority
of all cases
Let us cite n typical case that of
Zr R F NItsckitc of 12lfi Spaight
Street Madison Vls There had
lifcn eight physicians on this case and
it got so extreme that he finally had
one of tho last symptoms namely
failing eyesight In January 1907
die doctors admitted that nothing fur
ther could bo done and they sent him
to Umeka Springs Arkansas He con
tinued to got worse the drops finally
caching the ttomach heart and lungs
At one lime tests showed albumen as
high as 75 per cent
Ho learned of Fultons Renal Com
pound and began to take It July 3rd
Dropsy began slowly to decline and
the albumen dropped to forty then to
twenty then to ten and finally to two
her cent in May 1908
T ho patient Is now back to his em
plovment and Is devoting full time to
his business
Patients desiring to know more of
this treatment can got full literatiuc
by writing to the John J Fulton
Company 212 1st St San Francisco
Cal
Fultons Renal Compound can be
had In your cityat Wm Driver
Sons Drug Co
Ve doslry every patient to wrlto I
us who Is not noting tho usual Im
provement by the third week
Tenth ward said yesterday that an In
vestigation had been started to learn
the facts regarding the disappearance
of Miss Badger and Mrs Higgs but
little or no Information has been se
cure I
Senator Carl A Badger said that he
had absolutely no Idea where the two
had gone and no means of finding out
Both Senator Badger and Bishop
Christensen are anxious to locate the
couple but neither was abole to get
the slightest clue as to their where
abouts yesterday Bishop Chrlstenson
said he did not believe that they had
gone either to Canada or Mexico na
he has friends In both places who
would notify him of their arrival there
He said further that Hlggs wns with
out means and unable to get far from
bait Lake City I
Bishop Christensen Is now gathering
evidence regarding tho actions of the i
couple but no official Inquiry has been
ordered or started by the Mormon
church
NEWS SERVICE IS
STRICTLY CENSORED
London July 2SA dispatch to the
Daily Telegraph from Biarritz de
scribes the almost Insurmountable ob
stacles the censorship Imposes on the
news service from Spain to Mclllhi
One of the news agencies at Madrid
has been threatened with suppression
the dispatch says If news disagreeable
to the government reaches foreign
countries even by post
Revolutionists arc masters of the
situation at Barcelona a bad feature
of the revolt being the Intense hostil
ity toward religion Churches col
leges and convents have been wrecked
In every direction The troops arc
acting on the dofensive but are being
fiercely attacked by the revolutionists
The whole lhlrd and Fourth army
corps will be sent to Barcelona to
gether with two brigades of cavalry
from Madrid one under command of
Prince Charles of Bourbon
Dispatches from Madrid describe the
situation an extremely grave King
Alfonso was wildly hooted In the
streets on his arrival and the govern
ment is doing Its utmost to minimize
the effect of tho crushing reverse suf
fered by the Spanish forces at Melllla
It will be obliged to send large rein
forcements to that point
Breaches of discipline are common
both at Melilla and Madrid It Is also
asserted that a whole battalion re
cently refused to fight at Melllla and
lied leaving their colonel to be killed
while several companies when ordered
to the Hiring lines retorted by compell
ing the officers to fo to the front This
accounts for the heavy mortality
among tho officers Several soldiers
have been shot for Insubordination
I MINING NEWS I
ACTIVITY IN NEVADA
PLACER OPERATIONS
Manhattan Ne July 2S Another
week of activity marks the placer
operations along the main gulch Dur
ing the week foul new plants have
been started and machinery for two
others has been ordered Thc under
ground work has been confmcd in the
main to opening up and blocking out
the ground and the only gravel washed
was that taken out In the course of de
velopment work and In the majority
of cases the gold thus recovered pays
the entire expenses of development
The discover of a third channel on
the Fallview claim Is of more impor
tance than at first considered as It
probably means the opening up of a
new gulch about three miles In length
with the probablo enrichment of the
lower end of the main gulch from this
source Since the discovery of this
new channel there Is a general opin
ion prevailing among placer men that
pay values will be found clear out
into Smoky Valley and that there will
be a thousand or more acres there
that will bo worked While there is
nothing definite there is a credible
rumor that Investigation is now being
made as to the feasibility of bringing
In the water from Twin River In the
Toljabe range for the purpose of hy
draulic mining and if this Is done the
whole surface from Smoky Valley to
near the summit of the Toqulma range
can be sluiced at a profit Especially
rich Is the surface dirt on the ground
lying between Central and the Dig
Chief property a territory which Is a
mile wIde and three miles In length
LEWISOHN TALKS OF COPPER
Salt Lake July 28 Adolph Low
Isohn president of the United Metals
Selling company recently returnee
from Europe whcro ho has been for
some time Regarding his views on
the copper situation the Boston Finan
cial News has tho following to say
Mr Lewisohn expressed more or less
optimistic views regarding affairs at
the parts of Europe visited by him
during his two months stay oei
there
While in London he gave some at
tention to the copper situation Ho
said that he found a considerable
amount of metal stored in the various
warehouse all of which Is Included In
the visible supply During his sta
In London there was apparently a lull
In demand and prIces of copper wore
correspondingly low
Mr Lowlsohn attributed those con
ditions to the fact that consumers
have boon for some time sailing very
close to the wind and buying metal
only for immediate use
Regarding the visible supply of cop
per In England he said that ho doubt
ed whether there was very much cop
per privately stored In fact I be
Hove he said that It is pretty much
all In licensed warehouses The visible
supply apparently was very small in
deed
Mr Lcwlsohn further said that tho I
copper outlook abroad displayed con
slderablo Improvement as far as th I
near future was concerned From
statistics that I have scon ho added
it was indicated teat tie consump
tion of copper has Increased since tne
first of the year As far as this coun
try Is concerned I doubt very mucti
whether r there will bo such activity In
copper as there Is in other trades un
til the tariff question is once and for
all settled I
Every day a new society for the hot
torment something or other Is born
In New York Nobody has eer yet
listed or classified all those societies
and most of them are never heard of
Born doaJ they keop on being dead
although oachi thinks it lives is ery
much in existence aijd greatly in tho
public CcNow York Press
WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS
Isnnordenlwhiehnllwomen
women
r EcollN approach with dread For
EcollNof compares to the pain
of childbirth The thought
Y of the suffering in store for
A M OTHER her robs the expectant mother
of pleasant anticipations
Thousands of women have found the use of Mothers Friend robs
confinement of much pain and insures safety to life of mother and
child This liniment is a Godsend to women at the critical time Not
only does Mothers Friond carry women safely through the perils of
childbirth but it prepares WlJ
the system for the prcparcsM mHEm
event relieves morning
sickness and other dis
cOmforls Soul by ilrngg t nl ilOO
Ion tntl tixl frff uOOkOrAluablclnlonu Fj w J END
THEBRADFIELD Atlanta REGULATOR Oa CO j QY 1 1 = r
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A Ck Sweep of
Summer
i mP Suitings
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you a suit to your measure at a price
I 4 that will make the readymade cloth
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Dont miss this golden opportunity
d of you are a tailormade man I and
remember when you got a5uit that
I u is made for you and you only you
t L have the comfort the style the fit
f and durability that readymade
t clothes do not have
c We also do cleaning and pressing
J 1 by a method that is second to none
Li in the city
The
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183 25th Street
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HERMITAGE DOOR
i and an ideal spot to spend your summer vacation homelike
and comfortable hotel with all the modern improvements
I FINE MOUNTAIN SCENERY I
Rest and comfort prime factors in ones vacation Lcsne r
your best clothes and etiquette at home take the first
CANYON CAR r
GET OFF AT THE HERMITAGE AND MADSON AND
WILSON WILL SEE THAT YOU ARE WELL
TAKEN CARE OF
Y l V L4Yv Io r J
Sam 0 l The Low Pri ed Fruit Dealer
am ne 0
18 now handlmg
SPRffPJ7 Gff3DG O ftC S
A large supply on hand also a large stock of lemons cheap
call before they are gone or phone your order and it will bo
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OGDEN
STATE BANE
OGDEN UTAH
H C Blgelow President
J M Browning VicePresident
A P Blgelow Cannier
J E Halverson Assistant Cashier
DIRECTORS
H C Bigelow John K Spiers G
L Becker J N Spargo L F Blgc
low J M Browning I A Parmloy
E L Van Motor A P BlgcJow
y < trJWQf1htroltrol
Fox the Foxy hatter
is now with us I
Get your old hat made new
t Panamas a specialty
We also do French Dry
Cleaning and Dyeing
THE HUB CLEANING
DYEING WORKS
Main Office 2279 Wash Ave
Iud Phone 3795A
il1Ch r Iy r2l
U4a ir
BROOM RESTAURANT
REMOVED TO VIENNA I
CAFE I
322 25th St
Meals same price as Broom Res
taurant Special Dinner 25c
1 Lunch from 11 to oJ p pi
I I Dinner from 4 to 8 p m
LEE FOON TOM Managers I
ruJ f h
100 Reward 100
The readers of urn paper will be pleased to
learn that there iu nt least one dreaded disease
hat science has been able Co cure in all tta
stage and that n Catarrh Halls Catirrh
Cure is the only postivc cure known to the med
ical fraternity Catarrh twins a conitituttonal
disuse requires n constitutional treatment
falls Catarrh Cure ii taken internally actinfr
drcctly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system thereby dextro > mg the foundation
of the lifoeite and giving the patient strength
by buiMinjT up the constitution and ajjinting
nature in doing its work The proprietors have
jlO much faith In its curative powers that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for anf cno that it
fails to cturc Seoul for Jlst o tvtissssVi
AtMrus Vj iIENJiYCOTocJo0
42TSoId bv Drupfiiit 7Sc
Hulls Iamily Tills arc the best
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UTAH NATIONAL
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OFFERS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY
FACILITY WHICH THEIR BAl
ANCES BUSINESS AND RE
SPONSIBILITY WARRANT
J E Dooly President
Horace E Peery VlcePres
Harold J Peery ViccPres
Ralph E Hong Cashier
A V McIntosh Arst Casller
U S DEPOSITARY
FIRST NATIONAL
BANK
OF OGDEN UTAH
Capital and Undivided Profits
27500000
David Ecclos Pros
G H Tribe ViceProa
John Watson VicePres
M S Browning ViceProa
John Pingrcc Cashier
Jas F Burton Asst Cashlor
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