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«OT AFFECTED BV DEPRESSION
One Big Industry That Make« 1t» Btrai ness Grow and Expand During Year of Business Depression. When a manufacturing establish ment reaches out in a year of depres sion and Increases and expands Its business, while others in the same line diminish their outputs or stand still, it Is because there must be usually good reason for it. In this instance a splendid reputation and a more-than-ordlnary meritorious prod uct were responsible for the showing F made. New some un the the and bill was ate also the an Is a The Mayer Boot & Shoe Company, Milwaukee, the largest shoe establish ment In the Northwest, has just closed its fiscal year, and reports an increase In sales over the corresponding period of last year. This exceptional show ing speaks volumes for the genuine merit of Mayer shoes, and Is directly attributed to their high standard, and because of the fact that Mayer shoes have become universally and popular ly known as "shoes of quality." The leading brands are "Honorbilt" fine shoes for men. "Leading Lady" fine shoes for women. "Yerma" Cush ion shoes for both men and women (these are exceptionally fine shoes for people troubled with tender feet) ; the popular "Martha Washington" Com fort shoes, which have the largest sale of any shoes of this kind In the world, and the "Special Merit" School shoes (a strong and sturdy line of seamless school shoes that wear like Iron), Enforced Economy. A friend of Pat's was caught ln a shower near his cottage and asked shelter from the elements. Pat opened the door. One of the first things the friend saw was rain coming steadily through a hole in the roof. "Pat, boy," said he, "for why don't ye fix th' hole in th' roof?" "The hole ln the roof. Is It?" asked Pat, spearing for an excuse. "Oh, yis. I would, ye know, but whin th' rain is cornin' In I can't fix lt, an' whin It don't rain it don't need Axin'." Prof. Munyon has generously placed his Cold Cure with druggists through out the United States and has author ized them to sell it for the small sum of 25 cts. a bottle. He says these pellets contain no opiunj, morphine, co caine or other harmful drugs, and he guarantees that they will relieve the head, throat and lungs almost imme diately. He gives this guarantee with each bottle of his medicine: "If you buy my Cold Cure and it does not give perfect satisfaction, I will refund your money." Prof. Munyon has just issued a Magazine-Almanac, which will be sent free to any person who addresses The Munyon Company, Philadelphia. Been There Before. A new constable was on duty at one of the London police courts, arid was conducting a prisoner to the cells. "Mind the step," he said, as they came to a dark corner. "All right," muttered the prisoner; "1 knew that step before you were born." SAVED FROM AN OPERATION ByLydiaE.Pmkham's Vegetable Compound Louisville. Ky. —"Lydia E. P&k ham's Vegetable Compound has cer tainly done me a Id of good I cannot praise it enough. I suffered fromirregularities, dizziness, nervous ness, and a severe female trouble. LydiaE.Pinkham's Vegetable pound has restored me to perfect health and kept me from the operating able. I will never be without this medicine in the house."—Mrs. Sam i. T vt-', 3523 Fourth St, Louisville, Ky. Another Opecation Avoided. Adrian, Ga. — "I suffered untold misery from female troubles, and my doctor said an operation was my only chance, and I dreaded it almost as much as death. Lydia E. Pinkham s Vegetable Compound completely cured me without an operation.' — Lena V Henry, B. F. D. 3. Thirty years of unparalleled sue cess confirms the power of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound cure female diseases. The great vol ume of unsolicited testimony constant ly pouring In proves conclusively that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound is a remarkable remedy for those distressing feminine ills from which go many women suffer. and wor - ■ Com I r. to 9 i Lt I .V Coughing Spells promptly relieved by a Rin _ dose ol Piso's Cure. The regular use of thia famous re medy will relieve the worst form of coughs, colds, hoarse ness, broncliiiis, asthma and dis eases of the throat and lungs. Absolutely free from harmful drugs and opiates. For half a Century the nmisehold remedy in millions of homes. At all druggists', 23 cts. gle l\) co cn p O in c-t (/) (\J l bo bills tion from state ating blem In fight side other. zation! state A IDAHO SENATE PASSES LOCAL OPTION BILL New Measure Requires Signatur« of Forty Per Cent of the Voters of the State to Call an Election on the Question. House joint resolution relating to the appointment of committees to reg ulate legislative expenses, the bill ap propriating $18,000 for a bridge over the Kootenai river at Bonners Ferry, and the Minidoka memorial for the relief of settlers were passed and the bill authorizing the state treasurer to keep a cash reserve fund of $10,000 was favorably acted upon by the sen ate on Saturday, February 6, as was also the senate local option bill, which' means the house will have to take a back seat with its local option bill, which was approved by the local op tlonists of the state. The senate bill requires signatures of 40 per cent of the voters of the state, while the bouse only requires 20 per cent to call an electic a on the question, and It Is regarded as doubtful if Governor Brady would sign the senate bill Should it pass. Senator Kerns made another severe attack on the state land board. He Claimed the members of the board had displayed gross ignorance Of state land, and he charged that the board Is allowing to remain standing unse leoted In this state no less than 800, 000 acres of public lands. The state treasurer made the charge before the senate that Former Gov ernor Gooding kept In Boise banks, entirely without security, about $160, 000 belonging to the school fund of the state, contrary to law. A resolu tion providing for tile appointment of a special committee to investigate the matter was defeated. On Monday, February 8, a greater portion of the time was taken up in considering the bill to create Power county. After tearing the measure Into countless fragment^ it was In definitely postponed by a vote of 32 to 16. The anti-gambling bill was given a setback, the committee referring It back for amendment. One of the most important bills in troduced in the legislature was pre sented in the senate by Davis. It provides for making it a felony for any person, company or corporation to contract to deliver more water for Irrigation than It hafe title to under the laws. State Treasurer Hastings appeared before the senate for the second time during this session to explain bis bill to legalize his method of handling "collection" accounts, over which there has been much heated contro versy. The senate went on record as favoring all of Hastings' bills along this line. The following bills were passed: To establish an agricultural college fund; regulating employment In mines; pro viding for the payment of wages in United States money or Its equiva lent; regulating the liquor traffic, cut ting out brewery-owned saloons and dives. The measure providing for the turn ing of one-half of the revenue from saloons into the rural school district fund was defeated. The senate joint resolution provid lng for a constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to pre scribe the membership and number of members of the board of education was passed unanimously. A joker bill was Introduced in the house proposing to make St. Patrick's day a legal holiday. The penalty clause of the bill provides that any person violating any of its provisions shall be condemned to dance the Irish jig on the dome of the state bouse. A war of words was started In the house on Thursday morning, February 14, over a bill authorizing the state treasurer to accept checks and drafts and place them on temporary "collec tion" deposit. The advisability of ask lng the treasurer to address the house on the matter under discussion was being considered. The faction op posed to Treasurer Hastings wanted three Boise bankers to also address that body if he was to be permitted to. Finally the bouse invited the treas urer In to speak, and he came. While he was explaining his conduct as treasurer, he was twice Interrupted by Shaw of Ada county, who wanted Speaker Clagstone to call him to or der. While the fight was at its height adjournment was taken to break it land" as park A In 3, tesy licans have A for. of to gate sion alties rlgrit days ty sent ing wall ary of not ter tion as pu li(g la The bill repealing the poll tax law; and one providing that public printing \ a i. as s E. up. Most of the afternoon In the house was taken up with the consideratio of the anti-pass bill. A long debat took place, and at times it becam bitter. Members became personal, an legislative courtesy was lost sight of The bill was Indefinitely postponed b>l a vote of 38 to 12, three Republicans! voting with the Democrats. to Taft Will Ride in Automobile. Washington.—When Mr. Taft be comes president he will ride in an au tomobile furnished by the govern ment. That question was settled F day by the adoption of the report the conferees on the urgent deflcienc bill, which carries an Item of $12,00 for the "purchase, care and mainte nance of automobiles for the. use Of the president." The appropriation 0f $500,000 to enable the secretary Of agriculture to continue his campaign against the foot and mouth disease, which was also ln dispute, was re Itced bo $150,000 and adopted. I 3 , l bo let to the lowest bidder were In definitely postponed. The following bills were introduced by the irriga tion committee: Requiring license from lttnd surveyors; fixing salary 01 state engineer at $3600 per year; cre ating a "Carey act" board. The bill to eliminate the party em blem l|rom the official ballot came up In the senate, and after a vigorous fight between the Democrats on one side i^nd the Republicans on the other. It was indefinitely postponed. Senator Jordan Introduced a bill providing for the control and organi zation! of the national guard of the state pnd appropriating $36,000 for its support. A yarm discussion was indulged In the G. W. Thompson "iron If ing to for their bacilli ing ple gives which own more a It It as in the the the was op to. as by or it regarding land" lease, the discussion coming up as a result of consideration of the Sweeley bill, providing for a state park site at Shoshone Falls. A resolution introduced by Dunning In thé house on Wednesday, February 3, providing for the initiative and ref erendum. was Indefinitely postponed without being granted the usual cour tesy of being printed. Seven Repub licans voted with the Democrats to have the bill printed, hut to no avail. A resolution was adopted providing for. a joint committee of five members of the house and three of the senate to make a new apportionment of the legislative districts of the state, and another providing for three house members and two senators to Investi gate the expenses of the present ses sion of the legislature with a view to keeping down expenses. Bills were presented providing pen alties for wife and child desertion, killipg of stock by railways, creating Nampa county from parts of Ada and Canÿon counties. A bill giving mayors of cities the rlgrit to vote on all quest ons coming j before the councils was killed. The house passed the bill including con centrators and stamp mills ln the eigl|t-hour law and one requiring the ber ication of lists of taxpayers, with ere amount of assessed valuation thirty ver days prior to the meeting of the coun- j n ty board of equalization, a copy to be sent each taxpayer. The bill provid- | and ing for the preservation of G. A. R. h reeprds, appropriating $1,200 to pay out one-half the expense thus incurred wall passed, also the state school law commlssion measure. The following new bills were pre seilted : By Evans, preventing range bulls from running at large and to im- A rrove range stock; by McCracken, In surance of employees against loss by accidents; by Johnson, fixing the sal ary of the register of state land bohrd at # $3,000 per year, state land cofiimissioner at $2,500. The senate went on record in favor of a future membership in that body not to exceed forty and a house mem bership not to exceed sixty. The mat ter came up in the way of a resolu tion by Sweeley relative to a reap pprtlonment of the state into legisla tive districts. Frehafe Introduced an initiative and referendum resolution, as well as a bill creating rural high school districts. Davis presented a measure providing for the use of con vict labor outside the penitentiary. The public utilities commission bill clime up ln the senate, over which tfiat body engaged in a long argil nient, the bill finally being referred back to committee. The name of Holzheimer, the miss of why And six pu a li(g Bannock county representative, was stricken from the labor and Immi gration committee of the house on Ffriday, February 5. A resolution was introduced provid ing for a constitutional amendment qhanging the limit of the sessions of the legislature from sixty to ninety days, with no bills presented after the Sixtieth day. The following bills were introduced: Making race horse gam bling a felony; repealing the Sunday lest law; raising the license of saloon keepers and creating the office of state botanist; a joint memorial asking congress to amend the reclamation act, providing for commutation of res idence on reclamation homesteads, and providing for deed after five years. Much time was spent in considering the house employers' liability bill, anil la strenuous effort was made to get the bill creating Power county from the committee. The deaf, dumb and blind school was the cause of a wran gle for a short time, ^nd the direct primary measure was* again side tracked for a few days. Speaker Clagstone appointed An derson, Broomhaad and Jones as mem bers of a joint committee of senators and representatives to investigate the expenses of. the present legislative ses sion. The senate passed a joint memorial asking Congress to pabs a bill créât ing a bureau of mines and mining, also two other memorials, one asking con gress to pass an appropriation bill foi the clearing of obstructions in the Pend D'Orellle river, near Albany Falls, and another granting a right ol way to the Panhandle Electric Rail way & Power company over the Kan ski national forest. It also passed a bill providing for more uniform teach ers' examinations In the state. Most of the afternoon was taken up with consideration of bills dealing with the "Collection" account matter in the state treasurer's office, over which there has been much controversy dur ing the past year. The treasurer and law; others were present and addressed \ the senate on the measure. an of b>l be au Of 0f Of re Hepburn Gives Up Contest. Centerville, Iowa.—In the Hepburn Jamieson contest for the seat in con gress now occupied by W. P. Hep burn, of the Eighth Iowa district, the recount in Appanoose county, upon which Hepburn had relied to make large gains, was given up here on Fri day, following the loss of twenty-four ballots by Hepburn at the end of the recount of eight precincts. Attorney W. L. Temple, representing Con gressman Hepburn, stated later: "Wa have given up the contest In Appa i oose county." 3 , SKIN CURE A SIMPLE WASH External Remedy for Eczema Sufferers Greatly Simplifies the Treatment. If you are suffering from any burn ing Itching skin disease, the only way to cure It Is to go right after the real trouble—to cure the skin Itself. Thousands of patients have suffered for months in vain attempts to doctor their blood when the whole trouble was bacilli feeding upon the skin and caus ing the unsightly blotches and sores. Skin specialists now prescribe a sim ple liquid wash, easy to apply, which gives instant relief. This remedy is composed of oil of wintergreen which are added healing vegetable remedies. This compound is known as D. D. D Prescription among druggists, and your own druggist can probably tell you more about It. to FULL OF HARMONY bol]s sbe had about aUty ln a „ and j uged Cuticura Soap and Cuticura ointment which cured her entirely, tlme later a humor broke out be hind her ears and spread up on to ber head un tn it was nearly half cov ere ^ > The humor looked like a scald, ver y red with a sticky, clear fluid corn j n g f roni it. This occurred every spring, j always used Cuticura Soap | and ointment which never failed to h eal tt up The last tlme lt broke out lt became so bad that I was dis couraged. But I continued the use of Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Resol vent until she was well and has never been troubled In the last two years, Mrs . M . A . Schwerin, 674 Spring Wells A ve„ Detroit, Mich., Feb. 24, 1908." Pottor Drug 4 chem . Oorfht ^ Pn)pSt Boston . [M f. * i •w + * Old Sport—I suppose you've come of a musical family? The Other—Musical! Bless you, sir, why even our dog's got a brass band round its neck! CHILD HAD SIXTY BOIL8, And Suffered Annually with a Red 8cald-Like Humor on Her Head. Troubles Cured by Cuticura. "When my little Vivian was about six months old her head broke out in Looking Forward. Mr. Wiggins, being in a frivolous mood, was giving a burlesque Imita tion of palmistry—pretending to read his wife's fortune in her palm. Six-year-old Ruth was listening with intense seriousness, but neither of them was noticing her. ' "And, finally," he concluded, after the usual recitals about a dark man, a light man, a journey, and a large for tune, "you will live to a great age." "Thank God!" broke in Ruth, clap ping her hands ecstatically. "Then my children will have a grandmother!" Hit Pleasant Visit. "Why are you whipping that child so?" asked a man of a German who was belaboring a boy of ten. "That's none of your business," re plied the German. "Besides, I\have a right to whip him. He is my sis ter's child, who is here for hlshpleas ol a ure." Important .to Mothers. Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA a safe and sure remedy for infants and children, and see that it Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years. The Kind You Have Always Bought. Uncomplimentary. "I didn't think he was a singer when I saw him." "That's what I thought when I heard him." Try Murine Bye Remedy For Red, Weak, Weary, Watery Eyes. Compounded by Experienced Physicians. Conforms to the Pure Food and Drugs Law. Murine Doesn't Smart. Soothes Eye Pain. Try Murine for Your Eyes. x On the spot where the first white settlers of Seattle first set foot, Alkl Point, has been built the South Alkl Congregational church. The Herb laxative, Garfield Tea, aids Nature in maintaining the general well-be ing of the body; it corrects constipation, purifies the blood, brings health. The recording angel probably doesn't pay any attention to the lies a man tells when he is ln love. For Coughs, Asthma and Lun^ Troubles, use "Brown's Bronchial Troches." 25 cents a box. Samples sent free by John I. Brown & Son, Boston, Mass. Even a wise man occasionally has time for the silly chatter of a pretty girl. FILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles ln or money refunded. 60c. 6 to 14 days You can not learn to be a dramatic critic by reading the Acts. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. For children teething, softens the gums, reduces fn flammatlon, allays psin, cures wind colio. 36c a bottle. The finger of fate 1» one that is in almost every pie. _ Use Allen's Foot-Ease Curestlred, aching, sweating feet. 26c. Trial package free. A. 8. Olmsted, Le Roy, N.Y. The highwayman has a low way of doing things. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES Color mar. pood, brighter and faster colora ttan am olliw dye. One 10c package color* all libera. Thej dw In oald nier bettor than an, other dn. You can *■ ~~ I garment without ngeioa apart. Writ* Mr Ira. bookM—Hra ta Ora. Bloach and Mu Colon. MOM ROE DRUB OO., Quincy, f/llaeS. ALL OF ONE KINO. the of the tial of fore, lishes The duct, by the the by "Have your poems been read by many people?" "Certainly—about twenty publishers that I know of." MIX FOR RHEUMATISM The following Is a never falling recipe for rheumatism. To one-half pint of good whiskey add one ounce syrup sarsaparilla and one ounce Toris compound, which can be pro cured of any drugglit. Take In tea spoonful doses before each meal and before retiring. to to of . In Book Form. "He Is going to put his play into book form." "What does that mean?" "Means he'll write 100,000 words, divide 'em Into chapters and print 'em between covers." Helping Him On. The Gallant—May I kiss the tips of your little white fingers? The Debutante—Of course, silly! But mind you don't rub any of the rouge off my lips. A good honest remedy for Rheumatism, Neuralgia and Sore Throat ib Hamlins Wizard Oil. Nothing will so quickly drive out all pain and inflammation. Occasionally a woman goes to church for the purpose of ascertaining how many of her neighbors don't. What a friendly old world this would be if we all loved our neighbors as we love ourselves! only one "BROMO quinine" , P. Wist I s LAXATIV* BKOMo oüInin to. Look lot ; tly sitmaturo of B. W. URÜVE. Uaed the World .. over to Cure a Cold ln One Par. * 0 . , Even a girl has no use for the other side of a mirror. mini to of a my I [in [r É25"Guar»^ COLDS re sis CURED IN ONE DAY of for it Munyon's Cold Remedy Relieves the head, throat and lungs almost immediate, ly. Cheeks Fevers, stops UlNcUarges of the uoae, takes «way all aehes anil pains caused by colds, lt cures Grip and ob stinate Coughs and prevents Pneumonia. Price 25c. Have you stiff or swollen Joints, no mat ter how chronic? Ask yonr druggist for Munyon's Rheumatism Remedy and see how quickly you will be cured. If you have any kidney or bladder trou ble get Munyon's Kidney Remedy. Munyon's Vltallzer makes weak men strong and restores lost powers. Prof. Munyon has Just issued a Magazine Almanac, which will be sent free to any per son who addresses The Munyon Company, Philadelphia. I Eye Alkl Alkl SICK H EADACHE CARTER'S aids Positively cured by these Little Pills* They alao relieve Dis* trews from Dywpepwia, In digestion and Too Hearty Eating. A perfect rem edy for Dizziness, Nau* k, Drowwinews, Bad Tawte in the Mouth, Coat ed Tongue, Pain in the Bide, TORPID LIVER. They regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable. VPlTTLE ÏIVER II PILLS. a 25 I. SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE. has Genuine Must Bear _ Fac-Simile Signature WlTTLE " _ | 1 Ä R *■* REFUSE substitutes. CARTERS case ln KAPLEME same n* or vanilla. By dissolving granulated in water and adding Mapleine, a dfitekNO* syrup Is made and a byrui* better tii-uM— pie Maplcl 2o>. bot. and recipe book. Crc Is sold by grocerk. If notmlSsfl* ■tars For Pink Eye. Epliood. Shipping Fever £t Catarrhal Fever DISTEMPER Tt ! . , , _ Sure eure and positive preventive, no matter how hors«« at a Hill "exposed.** Liquid, given on the tongue: acts on tbe Blood and i.uuid* < pels Uw poi*ou(»us germs from the body. Curas Distemper in Po** und Sli«q> and < */*C/ Poultry. Largest selling live stock remedy. Cures La tirlppe among hun and Isa flne kidney remedy. Wcand 11 a bottle. Söandtiu a«Jote». <'utth1*'out. K«s Vy it. Bhow toyourdniggist. who will get it for you. Kreo Booklet. ** Listed!] *■r. Causes // and Cureo." 8pe< lai agents wanted. SPOHN MEDICAL CO.. b c ÄS!S/ ( S?. 60 SHEN, INO., U. S. L Oh Qipeg. To Enjoy the full confidence of the Well-IntaaMfl of the World and the CommendatM «I the most eminent physicians it was tial that the component parts of Syi^p of Figs and Elixir of Senna should ha known to and approved by them; thaae fore, the California Fig Syrup Co. pub lishes a full statement with every package. The perfect purity and uniformity of paa duct, which they demand in a lavatrea remedy of an ethical character, are by the Company's original method of ufacture known to the Company only. The figs of California are used in the production of Syrup of Figs and Elixir at Senna to promote the pleasant taste, hot the medicinal principles are obtained fraas plants known to act most beneficially. To get its beneficial effects always boy the genuine—manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co. only, and for «b by all leading druggists. NEPTUNE any WARSWITED LINEN 15 A m AN ABSOLUTELY EXCLUSIVE ' l STYLE l ADAPTED I TO THE I SMALL I KNOT TIE « fa l If your home dealer can not supply so* th this new style linen collar, send m W M K eft TR0Y.N.Y. P. O. order, amount 75 cents, and wo wM send you six collars by mail paid. Bo par .. , J , _ 1 , f .. ■ ticular and mention the size collar yam wear when you order. WIUIAM BARKER CO., Manutataen TROY, N. Y. Ilf] '»J M ■-YS_ 2*S£2SÎMa_r%^ - The Reason I Hake and Bell More Man's $3J0B to $8.60 Shoes Than Any Other HanotMtow Is because Z five th* wearer th« bsasfit ofttisal complet* organization of trains^ exports and skflksi shoemakers In the country. and every deta Iftfrlied after by If I could (Sow you how carefully W. L. Douglas almas are made, you would then understand why theyhold ttdi shape, tt better, and wear longer than any other mahn ms king In every shoemakers In the My Method of Tanning the Solea makes them Mem Flexible and Longer Wearing than any otherm. Shoe« for Every Member o € the F wMju Mes, Boys, Women, M Imes and CMlgrg For sale î»y shoe dealers everywhere. PAHTMN I None genuine without W. 1. lfcmsM UHU I lUls * name and price stamped on hoUana. Vast Color Eyslsts Used Exclusively. Catalog W. L. DOUGLAS, 1*7 Spark St, Brockton, Murder! T« One gets it by highway of thousands by Bad BowaU —No fere nee. Constipation and daad Knt make the whole system sick—E«r^ body knows it— CASCARET5 regulate— Bowel and Liver troubles by simply doing nature's work until you get Millions use CASCARETS, Life Saver I CA8CARKTS joe a box for a week* treatment, nil driiKÿi»!*. Biggest seller In the world. Million boxes a mon the ONION SEED 60 cts. alb. Per Salzer's catalog page 129 - HHHi Largest growers of onion and vegetable seeds in the world. Biu catalog tree: or. semi 16c in stamps and receive catalog end kernels each of onions, carrots. < «lory, radishes, 1500 each lettuce, rutabaga, tur nips, 1200 charming flower kernels, easily money. Or. send 20c and pkg. of Earliest Peep O'Day Sweet Corn. SALZER SEED CO., Box W, LaCrosse. Wlm. parsley. melons. ?cds, in all nvwo h 91.00 of any inau's tomatoes. will ad<1 one PORTRAITS CRAYON* PASTEL and SEPIA Enlargements from photos a «peelalty—wotfc absolutely unique and prices very reawonabl*. Photos received by mail and portraits re turned in a few days by express—30 days' offert send (1.60 and photo und receive $5.00 portrait In ten days. Agents wanted. HOPKINS PORTRAIT COMPANY. 108*304 Beverance Bldg., Los Angels«, Gat Ilf A||TV7S>—f-lrls and boys to sc 11 ÎM na* WMIV I k*SJ ttliicB at lüe each and finwatcli. kat row air gun, etc.. FKKK. Hend to-uuy only, to UUTTLKMirPLT to., hex ;4o, HruUt*s ound .Mid W. N. U„ Salt Lake City, No. 7, 19M.