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A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE
Not onlyis Mothers Friend a safo aud nlmplo remedy but
tho comfort and healthful condition its uso produces makes it f
of inestimable valuo to every cpcctant mother Mothers I
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on tho different ligaments overcomes nausea by conutoraclicn prevents back
ache and numbness of limbs soothes tho inflammationof the breast rjlruds and
in every way nldc in preserving the health nnd comfort of prospective mothers
Mothers Friend is a liniment for external message which by lubricating and
expanding the different muscles and membranes thoroughly prepares tho system
for babys coming without danger to tho mother Mothers Friend is sold at
drug stores Writo for our free book for expectant mothers
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never cools down The iron for Ilotwealher days Use it on
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Watch our window June 10th
Hotpoint Day
We will urely have something to interest everv House
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r t Sport
CCo ltl1U > 1 1001 Pp Two
ginnd circuit meet to be hed hero
Labor day woeU wore made nubljc
today Thoro are 17 entiles for l1tI
209 rot 10000 puree In the 2JC I
tiot for amateurs there are 18 en
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UUf AROUND TUE
WORLD TO FIGHT I
This mornings niiill brought mo n
long loiter from Tommy Rums from
Australia and the following para
graph certainly nlndo mo sit UI and
take notice
Mr Mcliitosh Bob Kitzslnunons
Bill Lang and ruysolf accompanied
bj t went two of Australias besl
sportsmen sail Juno 6 by Mnramu
for Frisco to attend the big fight
Just thin of lie interest tho con
tent Is arousing all over the world I
Here are n group of people making
approximately a trip of 15000 miles I
when we figure the return mileage to I
Australia to see a fight The othor
tiny 127 arrived from England on the
same mission anti ahont 500 more will
follow 1 have a letter from Jack
Glenson in which he states that a11
Hymaun of Capetown South Africa I
icscrved ten tickets for a party that
IB coming from there and a James
A Brown of Brazil is coming with n
party of seven
Burns Is an enthusiastic leffries
man and writes as follows I shall
be at the ringside shouting for Jet
fries If by chance Johnson should
win I want to take Jeffries present
place as representing the white race
and will send Johnson to the hospital
once more as I did In Australia
lohnson would rather fight any other
man in the world than he would me
He knows It and ho knows that I
was fully able to continue when the
police stopped our fightS It was stop
ped because a friend of Johnson
went to the police and said I had one
o my rigs broken Just give me one
more chance and I will show the big
smoke up But whals the use
loffries will make him jump over the
top rope the first time he stings him
You take It from me the Smoke will
try and lose on a foul as he never
will stand for the knockout unless
Jeff should happen to put It over
good and strong nnd put him away
with a single wallop before Johnson
getK a chance to quit
When I meet you in California I
want to ask Johnson right before you
whj he went to the Manloy hospital
In Melbourne and he will not deny
that his ribs were frncturfd and that
the Xrny disclosed this fact I have
the Australian statement of the physi
cians that examined him and will
publish them if lie denies my state
ment
THOMPSON SAYS
HE WU WIN
Cyclone Jolinnj Thompson is lu
the pink of condition He says so He
looks so and the brawny muscles
which stand out on his arms and legs
verifies the statement
Thompson was in Ogden last night
and announced that he will go to
Logan this morning where he will
train with Billy Hamp the husky
Cache valley plumber for his coming
fight with Bird Leg Collins nt Salt
air June 15 The Commercial club
of Lopim has offered the Sycamore
ad many Inducements to round out
his training there and today the train
ing camp at the lTtah Hot Springs will
he moved there
Thompson says that he Is not wor
ried in the least over the outcome of
his right with Collins but following
his usual custom he is training as
lard for the fight SIR he has for any of
Ills other battles The announcement
from Salt Lake that Collins smashes
he punching hag every time he lilts It
s more than offset by a story Thomp
son tells According to the Cyclone
lie let himself out a few days ago
while going through his training anti
lit the bag so hard that it went
rough the side of the building and
although his assistants and the em
iloyees at the hotel have been search
lag ever since no trace of the bag has
yet been found
NEBRASKA MEN WHIP
U S S HANCOCK CREW
New York June tI1he IIUMI of the
ha ttl ash I Nebraska have again up
heM their chips reputation For aili
jtlc prowess bj retaining tIme base
ball championship against the latest
ohallongors the crew of the U S S
Hancock They whipped the Han
cocks crack loam yesterday by a
score of IOta G and the celebration
of the victory will last a week
Bill League who played a gicsit
game In the navy football champion
ship last rail and who holds the arid
dlowilgliL championship of the navy
a as the star batter of the Nebraska I
team
RECORD FOR NO HIT
NO RUN GAME
WORCESTER Mass June s A
new eastern record for a no hit no
inn game In baseball was made
here today it Is claimed when harry
Wormwood of time Fall River team or
t he Now England league IIlched for
11 Innings against Worcester witliou
allowing n hit or a run Pall River
won 1 to 0 The worlds record for
such a game Is accredited to Pitcher
Torrey of the Winchester Ky team
In the niuegr ss league who IIn May
10 1900 pitched 17 Inning without
allowing a hit or a run
HITS MAN WITH V
AUTO ABUSES HIM
James Malody Struck and Badly
Bruised by Fred P Nelsons
Machine
Salt Lake June 9AI > III stepped
off Warm Springs street car No 9iu
at Fifth North and Second West
streets Jamoj Malodv of 2C3 Fifth
North HUoet was run over by aa auto
mobile owned byj Fid IN Vsonf
Well QsdU nlphtr > MalodyVwaiy taken
lo the EiiHTKeWy hospital whore his
I In ware itlandod nftOP vjp
r he left asserting that he will swear
out a warrant for the crnuffour I
According to the witnesses the I
chauffeur who ionised to give his
nijnfO to the injured man stopper the 1
machlntfand started to abuse Malodj
for not looking behind him when lie
was about to get off a street car I
Malody had been assisted to the curb
by fellow passengers who had alight I
ed from the car and was unable to
defend himself Stanley Rverill em
ployed at the Valkner shoo stow
threatened 10 whip the chauffeur If he
did not stop abusing tho Injured man
Tho chauffeur then drove away
Malody who Is employed as a
mason at Fort Douglas was on his
way home when the accident hap
pened and both ho and the witnesses
snld that the chauffeur had failed
to give ant warning of the approach
of the automobile
DIABETES
It was not easy for us to believe
that Dlnbntus Is curable but the first
case we came lu personal touch with
was astonishingly convincing
We were considering the purohasw
of Fultons Compound and wero look
ing for cases to try them out om
One of our number knew Charles A
Newton the yard muster of the S P
R 11 Co lit Sacramento very
worthy man He also knew that New
ton had Diabetes and was In a hospit
al In the Capital City and that his
iceovery seemed Impossible when he
last heard from him A letter was
written to Newton that Fulton claimed
his Diabetes Compound cured Dla
holes and that wo wanted to know
from OUR friends if this was so
and that If he Newton I would take
It that we would send him a supply
of it Newton replied to the effect
that some four or five months before
wo wrote him he had heard about the
compound had taken It that Uio sugar
was nearly out and he was almost
well His complete recovery followed
and he told an S P Engineer who
had Diabetes and he recovered
We also saw Gen Thco Rlechort
of San Francisco go on this treat
ment and get a complete recovery
after physicians had declared that
the case was hopeless Gen Rlechert
Is a 32nd degree Mason and IK one I
of San Franciscos most worthy nnd
favorably known citizens I
We have seen hundreds recover
since and there Is no longer any ques
tion about Diabetes In people of mid
dle age and over being curable
For free literature address John J t
Fulton Co G15 Battery St San Fran
cisco Cal I
Fultons Diabetes Compound can be
had of our agent in your city
Wm Driver Sons Drug Co
Wo desire all patients to write us
who are not noting the usual Improve
ments by tho third week
BELLE CLEM
GETS THE MONEY
LATONIA June SA good per
formance by Belle Clem In the third
was the feature of todays card here
Results I
First race four and a half furlongs
Sidney R 750 won Mockler 94 >
pluce Mr Dock show 2400 Time
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Second race six furlongs Funda
mental 2190 won Splcndidn place
2GGO second Marbles show 380
third Time 111
Third race one mile and seventy
yards Belle Clem straight 110
won Dondlase place 4020 second
LaToupoe show 370 third TlmCi
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Fourth race four and onehalf fur
longs Oriental Pearl 2090 won
Hue place 410 second Indiana
Girl show LUO third Time Sl 15
Fifth race six furlongs Aspirin
S4IO won Pal place 22 SO sec
ond Blllr Roedemer show 360
third Time 11315
Sixth race mile and an eighth
Third Rail straight 190 won Mo
lesey 870 second Wolferton show
320 third Time 151
DISCUSSES BANK PROTECTION
Chattanooga Tenn June SoThe I
annual convention of the American
institute of banking the bank clerks
section of the American Bankers as
sociation opened hell today
William J Burns detective agent
of the American Bankers association
discussed bank protection
Happy tiappy
Use TIZ
A iJarvel For Sore Feet
Acts Right OffV
Sore Feet Never After Using TIZ
Goodbye sore feet aching feet
bwollen feet sweaty feet smelling
feet tired feet
Goodbye corns callouses and him
Inns nnd raw spots
Youve novcr tried anything like
Tl5i before for your feet It Is dif
fermit from anything ever before sold
It acts at once and makes tho foot
feel remarkably fresh nod sore V
proof
TIZ Is not a powder Powders and
other fool remedies clog up tho pores
TJZ draws out all poisonous exuda
tions which bring on soreness of the
feet and is the only remody that does
T7 cleans out every pore and glori
fies the feet your feet
Youll never limp again 01 draw up
your face III pain and youll forget
about your corns bunions and callous
es Youll feel like a now person
If you dont find all this true after
trying a box of TIZ you can got your
money right back
lIZ V Is for sale at all druggists at
25 cents liar box or It will Ie lOOt
you direct If you wish from Walter
Inthor Dodge Co Dodge Hide
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SALT LAKE AND
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BULLET BRINfjS
INSTANT DEATH
One Negro Fires Shot Through Core
V of Heart of Another
Salt Luke Juno nShot through
tho center of thrj heart after he line
done tTilble execution with a razor
on the face of J Ri Hicks a negro I
and secretary and treasurer of the
Douglas club HG Edison street Joe
Smith negro bootblack 22 years of I
age employed at the loliopolltai
barher shop staggered out of the clul
and fell dead on the sidewalk Wed I
ncsday night at II oclock W S Kin
ney a negro with whom Smith had I
had trouble and had also slashed with
the razor and Hicks were Immediate I
ly arrested Hicks was taken to the
Emergency hospital where Dr H B
Sprague placed sixteen Itches In
his face after which he was placei
ill a cell and charged with murder
The body of Smith was removed to
the undertaking pnrlorq of ODonnel
Co Mollle Pettet a n ° giess over
whom the tioublc started was also
arrested and placed in the womans
ward of the city jail
Trouble About Woman
According to the evidence snthcrei
by the police Mollle Pettct was in
her room at No I5D Edison street play
Ing a game of cards with Smith Kin
ncy who Is the bartender at the club
and who has been living with the
Pettcl woman came into the room
and after arguing a moment with
Smith started to bent up the Pettet
woman knocking her down and kick
Ing her Smith remonstrated where
upon Kinney threw a lamp at him
I and then ran out of the house to the
Douglas club Smith who had been
struck by I he lamp followed Kinney
Into the club and drawing a razor
slashed Kinney across the right hand
anti arm Hicks then Interfered and
ordered Smith out of the club
Is Instantly Killed
According 10 witnesses Smith said
ho would leave and started toward
the door followed by Hicks who kick
ed Smith part way down the stairs
nfler he had opened the door Turn
Ing suddenly Smith caught hold of
the lapel of Hicks coat and slashed
the mans face and left eye with the
razor Drawing his revolver a 3Scal
her hammerless Smith Wesson
Hicks Ilrqd one shot nt Smith which
missed Ho then pressed the gun
iignlnst the mans breast and again
tired The ball went through the cen
ter of tho heart Smith stacgered out
on the sidewalk and fell on the strc t
He was dead when placed on the
stretcher of the patrol wagon
Detectives Rlploy Curran and How
ell and Patrolman Martin Immediate I
ly placed under arrest all concernel I
In the tragedy
Smith had been lodging with John
Enox at No 50 Edison street and ac
cording to Enox he had not been
drinking during time evening
Slayer Maintains Silence
When asked at the police station for
his version of the story Klnney said
that he had nothing to say Hicks I
also refused to discuss the shooting
beyond saying that Smith was in all
probability crazy Hicks admitted
that Smith was not drunk at the time
he enter l the club The gash on
Hicks face extended from the left
temple to the chin and after loav
Ing the check bone laid the mouth
open V There also were several cuts I
through the left eyelid but the eye I
escaped injury
FOUVRMAKE TENDERS I
FOR SILVER SERVICE
Committee Considers Designs for
States Gift to New Battleship
Utah
Salt Lake June D1h committee
appointed by Governor William Spry
10 piovlde means for the funds for
the pin chase of the bllver service h
be presented to the now battleship
Utah mid to select a design spent
all of Wednesday afternoon In look
ing over and considering tho designs
offered by bidders for the service
The meeting was held In the gov
ernor office and every member of
he committee was present The
committee is composed of Governor
Spry D C Jockling A C Nelson
state superintendent of schools D
11 Christensen city superintendent
of schools A R Hey wood of Ogden
Miss Fay Loose of Provo and Mrs A
W McCuno of Salt Lake
There wore four competitors who
submitted extensive and elaborate
drawings of their designs for tho con
sideration of the committee Bailey
Banks Blddlo of Philadelphia sub
milted drawings and accompanied
V them with a letter giving prices
Joseph Meyer Brother qf Seattle
submitted drawings They were rep
resenlnd by Sam C Park of this city
The drawings of Shrew Co of
San Fnuiclsco were represented bi
the Daynes Jcwolrj company of this
city and the designs of the Gorhani
Manufacturing company of New York
were presented by the J H Lcyson
company of this city
The service will cost approximate
ly 15000 as that Is the limit whIch
will bo available for that purpose
The committee did not complete time
work of considering the designs and
adjourned until next Thursday after
noon at 2 oclock at which time u
Hulucllon will be made after the bids
of the four firms me opened and con
sidered
A WOMAN SUICIDES
PROBABLY INSANE
I Burley Ida Juno S Mystoiy sur
rounds the disappearance of Mrs P
II Anderson from her home at hey
burn Friday evening and up to he
present time no oilier conclusion can
be reached than that the woman com
mitted suicide by jumping from the
jilgh railroad bridge which spans tho V
Snake river between Burley and Hcp
liurn A pair of slippers and an apron
belonging to time woman wore found
Oii tho brIJgo and this together with
he late hour at night when she was
KPCJI walking rapidly towards the
river bears out the conclusion that In
a nt of despondency she plunged to
her death III the deep waters ot Ute
Snake river V
Mrs Anderson moved to Heyburn In
company with hum husband and six
yearold son about lour months ago
oiilng fiom Bancroft Idaho In tho
southeastern part of the stale No
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domestic troubles are known to have I
existed In tho AndOfsonIOISci but at
different UIIIOR during the past few
weeks jMrsAnderson was noticed an
acting Fn a peculiarmanner and dur
ing one of these peilis supposed to
have committed tbcrashiichwhich all
the evidence tip lo the present lime
bears out so conclusively
A few days previous to the fateful
day when life woman was last soen
she walked out upon the railroad
bridge and mode no effort to get olf
as the passenger train hove In sight
and bore down upon her rime train
slackened speed and tho engineer
blew the whlstlo repeatedly before the
woman got out of the way Little hopo
Is had of recovering the body
PIONEER RESIDENT
SANDY MEETS DEATH
Salt Lake June nWhile Working
In a slope of the South Columbus
mine at Alta Wednesday Joseph I
Shaw 5G ears old one of time pioneer
residents of Sandy was Instanlly I
killed vhen a huge boulder rolled
down upon him crushing In his skull
The body was taken to Sandy Wed J
nesday nfttrnoon whore funeral ser
vices will he held later In the week
Mrs Shaw accompanied by A P
Orton also of Sandy left Tuesday
morning for Altu whore they had se
cured work during the summer
months M r Shaw was formerly a
janitor of the Sandy high school He
Shaw Is survived by his wife He
came to Utah in 187 from Notting
ham Hngkuid and sctttlcd In Sandy
MRS KERTH PROTESTS HER
INNOCENCE OF CHARGES
Salt Lake June 99Mrs Eva
Korth when told Vednesdayc at St I
Marks hospital thai her husband had
accused her of criminal intlinncy with
Marcus G May denied the charges
and stated that she was forced lo
work for May in order to support her
family This she said was due to
her husbands drinking habits
M Kerth who shot her und then at
tempted to 1111 himself by cutting his
throat also occupies a cot In the his
pital He said that ho was positive
that his wife had been untrue to him
and that his suspicions had ouly been I
strengthened by evidence furnished by
Mays wife Kerlh is still in gravo I
danger but Mrs Keith will recover I
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BINGHAM TO CELEBRATE
Blngham June SAt a mass meet
ing of the citizens of Blngham held
In the Central school building recent
ly It was decided to have au oldtime
celebration on the Fourth of July
Features of the celebration will be a
parade program races refreshments
dance for the children field spurts and
n hose contest < the two firo
departments concluded by a grand
ball In the evening
While two empty ore trains were
running In the same direction near
Wolb yesterday one of them ran
into the rear end of the other derail
ing a large Mallet engine and a few of
the cars Tho engine and cars were
badly wrecked Passengers V on tho
morning train wore transferred to
freight cars Toward night the track
was cleared up by n wrecker
BOX ELDER MARRIAGES
Brlgham June 8D1rln the past
week permits to sol have been Issued
to the following couples by County
Cleik Ipseir Walter Samsel and Au
bio Rosenbuum both of Brigham City
Walter Compton Ogden and Rosaline
Christiansen Brlgham City The last
named couple wore V married In the
clerks olllce at the time the license
was Issued The ceremony was per
formed by Justice of the Peace J
Francis Merrell
MILLIONS IN STRAWBERRIES
Cairo Ills June 9Thls years
strawberry crop has biought a quar
ter of a million dollars Into PuktskI
county according to statistics com
piled Most of the berries went to
Chicago The berries brought from
150 to 2F 0 liar crate on the track
and from the profits some of the
growers arc bu hug autoinobilos
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Here are the new Chanfiecler
V scarfs new summer shirts new V
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When the sultry days come and the coal range
makes the kitchen almost unbearable and cooking a
dreaded task put out the range fire and try the
newest method of cooking in hot weather use a
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What a contrast The kitchen no longer is
stifling hot the work is now done with comfort and
the housewife is not worn out with the heat
1 ltc She saves her strength keeps
her health and is better able to
enjoy the summer
The New Perfection does everything
yf that any other stove cnn do all the fam
fI ily cooking baking washing and iron
P1 ing No smoke no dust no odcr Heat
J3 applied directly and not wasted A
turn end the flame is out
The New Perfection stove hag a
tL Cabinet Top with shelf for keeping
Ftt i 1e plates and food hot drop shelves for
the coffeepot saucepans and nickeled
j towel racks
It has long turquoiseblue enamel
chimneys The nickel finish with the
1 V bright blue of the chimneys makes the
I i 1 Btovc very attractive and invites clean
1 M liness Made with 1 2 and 3 burners
CaullotiBry Kelt Be sure f the 2 and 3burner stoves can be had
LI you net this stove see sith or without Cabinet
thai the namepinto
5nTcIlnt9 FTeryiloalr Trywlicre If not ntyonMwrUofor
reads New Perfection
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Coefl Oil Company
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CLBVELAND Juno SAII safe
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