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AND CONSIDER THE ALL IMPORTANT fact N ft C1T' g*' That in address ing Mrs. Pink ham you are con fidiugvour private ills to ge* 'S a woman— • woman whose experi : - ?j with diseases covers «nee womans a tfreat many years. You can talk freely to a woman when it is revolting to relate your private trou bles to a man — besides a does not under stand—simply be- 1 «arse he is a man I Many women «offer in silence bail to Ut >rjL man f 4' ■■ nnd drift along frc orse, knowing full well «hut they oupht to have immediate assist* anoe. but a natural modestv impels them to shrink nom exposing them selves to the questions and probably examinations of even their family physician. It is unnecessary. Without money or price you can consult a n whose knowledge from actual perience is great. " ; wo ex tn i Mr«. Pinkham's Standing Invitation, Women suffering from any form of f e ma le weak ne ss a re i n vi ted to" prompt] y communicate with Mrs. Pinkham, Lvnn, Mass. at All Jettera are received, opened, read and answered l>v women only. A woman can freely talk of h. private illness to a woman ; thus has been established the eternal confidence betv» en Mrs. Pinkham and th of A cneriea broken. t*r e women which has Out of the vast volume of experience which she has to draw from, It is more than possible that she has gained the very knowledge that wi help your ease. Site asks nothing i return except ypur good-will, and her advice has relieved thousands. Surely any woman, rich or poor, is very foolish if she does not take advantage of this generous offer of assistance. If you are ill, don t hesitate to get a bottle of Lydia E. Pinkham 's Vegetable Compound at once, and write Mrs. Pink haiu, Lynn M; never been in ss., for special advice. When a medicine has been successful In restoring to health so many women, you cannot well say, without trying it, '* 1 do not believe it. will help me." ST, MARK'S HOSPITAL SALT LAKE CITY O. C. HUNTINC, Superintendent Few Suicides in London. London has fewer suicides than any other great capital. While Paris has 400 suicides per million per year, Lon don has only ninety. motions of a dance with their feet. don has only ninety. F •t lüg - For Infants and Children. % The Kind You Have u I, p Always Bought •AVcgefable Preparation lor As similating the Food and lieg u!a - ling the Stomachs and Bowels of 1 î Bears the Signature i I MM E . Promotes Digestion.CheerPiil- ness and ResiConlains neither Opium, Morphine nor Mineral. Kot Naucotic. of i4 /imp* OU />. SAM ZZ PirCKOI /4 mydun SceJ, - Jlx..ftnM * tiotk.U. SoUt In HlfilHuwittka . Cntff* + hfnn Sc»d - Use % Aperfecl Remedy for Const) pa Cion, Sour Sloniach,Diarrhoea Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ness and Loss OF SLFEP. - I For Over f Thirty Years I' Facsimile Stgnnlure of Y TjLm/ttffEUcJOp. NEW YORK. f m 'y! EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. •dXTSÜà TWt OeWTAUH «OMPANV. NI W VOUK CITY. wsaa À ,i*| ' i é m »? m a O ft f Every Western man who wears Overalls should wear the " Mountaineer " brand, made by the Z. C. IW. I. J, \ Clothing, Boot and Shoe Factory SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH Better Overalls Can't be Made U ■ » ■ m JâËËL drowned out the whistle. Bandmaster Saw. But One Way to Achieve Victory. Sousa was once conducting a con- 1 'ert and »as so eugrossed Ic extract ■ug î I m In- iirgani/.atton tüe »went ; soft notes of an oriental love song. A | loud and prolonged blast came from a steamboat on the Alleghany river instantly the director's baton was di rected toward the disturbing whistle as thought he would have a more dul cet tone from the offender. Instead he received a more deafening response front the huge steam whistle. The disgusted conductor now turned to ward his mush Ians, and. with a vio lent waving of his arms, brought forth such a roar front the drums and brasses that if there was any further demonstration on the part of the steamboat it was not heard in the music hall. At the conclusion of the concert Sausa said to one of the directors: "The only steamboat's blow Is to meet it with a more powerful '' , way to overcome that DON'T FORGET A lar?o 2-o r. package lied Cross Ball Blue, only Scents. The Hums Oomnany. South Bend, Ind. FORMS OF DISEASE GERMS. Harmless Varieties May Suddenly Change Their Nature. It Is common belief that the germs of disease flourish only in the human organism, and that, if we could once eranicate an infectious malady, it would stay eradicated. It now seems very probable that this is untrue. Re cording to a view held wholly or par tially by many pathologists, and strongly upheld by Prof. Bodln, dis ease germs are only accidentally viru lent, their normal existence being I what is called "saprophytic," that is, independent of any other organism. When one of these harmless varieties changes its nature so as to become parasitic, we have a new disease. Ob servation has shown that many kinds of bacteria are very unstable, and are constantly forming new varieties. It is possible, therefore, that potential germs of typhoid, lockjaw, or con sumption may be growing harmlessly about us, to assume, a virulent para sitic ilfe at some future time.—Lon don Lancet. TEA Do you like your tea? Do you like your tea? Is it Schilling's Best? Your grocer return« vnur money If von don't like It. New Dance in London. One of the attractions at the Palace theater, London, is a "dance" In which eight girls lake part, lying flat on their backs and going through the motions of a dance with their feet. Home of Dr. Manette "a* W *'' ** ■ » %« <sfkd ■vu I Special Cor r ?fcpr»ttdence.) There have been many books writ ten upon Dickens' lxtndon, the London which is so rapidly vanishing away, and many Dickens localities have been satisfactorily identified and described by the authors. But there seems al ways to have been doubt as to the exact si.nation of one of the most in teresting of all the houses inhabited by the characters of the master—the quiet lodgings of Dr. Manette, that wonderfully pathetic figure in the "Tale of Two Cities." Recently one of the parish magazines of the metropolis came out with the following state ment: "Charles Dickens in his 'Tale of Two Cities' describes Vanette street, with Its quaint goldbeater's arm projecting from a shop on the south side. We are sorry to learn from Mr. Dickson, who has beaten out gold leaf in the odd paneled shop for no less than forty five years, that foreign competition has so reduced business that lie is compelled to retire from It. It is with much regret that we bave to record the loss of yet another old Soho trade.' Now, Dickens does not describe Manette street--Rose street, in his time—in the "Tale of Two Cities," nor Süll sf f Siïl I 1 n .V mm V'T&v 'yjt* : 51 if h Jl . n i ■pm' V i , ■p -25rî-| 1 I . it" dr- hanettc j Room on ru?ot rioop- _ does he speak of the arm—the gold beater's sign—as projecting from a shop. It was with a view to throw some light upon the situation of Dr. Manette's London residence that an artist and a writer set forth on the quest, with the result here chronicled by ptn and pencil. Heie is what Dickens wrote: "Th-< quiet lodgings of Dr. Manette were io a quiet street corner not far from Soho Square. * • * A quainter corner than the corner where the doc tor lived was not to be found in Lon don. There was no way through it, and the front windows of the doctor's lodgings commanded a pleasant little vista of street that had a congenial air of retirement on it. * * * The summer light struck into the corner brilliantly in the earlier part of the day, but when the streets grew hot the corner was in shadow, though not in shadow so remote but that you could see beyond it Into a glare of brightness. It was a cool spot, staid but cheerful, a wonderful place for echoes, and a very harbor from the raging streets. * * » The doctor occupied two floors of a large, still house, where several callings purport ed to be pursued by day. * * * In a building at the back, attainable by a courtyard, where a plane tree rus tled its green leaves, church organs claimed to be made and silver to be chased, and likewise gold to be beaten by some mysterious giant who had a golden arm starting out of the wall of the front hall. * » * Occasionally a stray workman putting his coat on traversed the hall, or a stranger peered about there, or a distant clink was heard across the courtyard, or a thump from the # golden giant. These, how ever, were only the exceptions re quired to prove the rule that the spar rows in the plane tree behind the house ar.d the echoes in the cornet before it had their own wav from Sun day moiaing unto Saturday night. (Book II , Chapter 6). The Gölten Arm. And farther on (Book II., Chapter 17) the Rolden arm is again referred to when Lucie Manette and Charles Dar nay leai e the house on their wedding day, and the doctor and Mr. Lorry and Miss Pri.ss see them off: "The corner being out of the way of the idle and curious, and the prepara tions having been very simple and few, the doctor, Mr. Lorry and Miss .. •,i rj;j!(llfe i'V v ' i Vv*! » - -y Jl .ij»# 1 ''.-I:■ . Li Ci fl 'ir«-' The Hall Pross were left quite alone. It was when they turned into the welcome shade of the cool old hall that Mr. Lorry observed a great ehange to have come over the doctor, as if the golden arm unlifted there had struck him a poisoned blow." It is quite clear, therefore, that the eoldeu arm was inside the house ip the cool old hall. But It is quite possi ble. and quite in accordance with I Dickens' »ays, that iu his wanderings about Soho while he fcas writing the story he saw the golden arm in Man ette street, then Rose street, sad transferred It to the interior of the bouse which he had in mind—a house »here a casual stranger might b« seen "peering about" the ball. The Actual House. Those who have already inquired into the identification of the house— Mr. Alibul. in his Rambles in Dick ens Land," and Mr. Snowden Ward — have expressed the opinion that Car lisle street, which leads out of the cen lei of the west side of Soho square, was the street in which Dickens laid the I-ondon lodgings of Dr. Manette, and that Carlisle house, which term inates the western end of Carlisle street, was the actual house. The street and the house in fact, answer all the requirements of the narrative, as anyone can see for himself by going there. But neither Mr. Allbut nor Mr. Ward nor any other searcher of the sites of Dickens Land seems to have gone Into Carlisle house, there, like Dickens' "stranger," who was probably himself, (o peer about. This, however, the explorers did, and, by the kindness of Mr. Keeble, whose firm now occu pies it as a cabinet makers' manu factory, they were rewarded with a sight of one of the noblest late seven teenth century interiors now remain ing in London—a marvelously rich ex ample of the late English renaissance school of architecture and decoration, with a beautiful old hall, a grand stair case, lofty and splendid rooms and en riched ceilings of plaster work—a ver itable palace. And a palace it orig inally was, having been the town man sion of the Howards. Earls of Carlisle, built about 1G90—a hundred years be fore the French revolution. Had Many Occupants. About 1770 Ibis house »as bought by the famous Angelo, the fencing and riding master, and he lived in it fol I many years—all through the time, li fact, that Dickens imagined Doctoi Manette to have occupied part of It Afler Angelo it w r as occupied by Simp son, the artist, and W. Gibb Rogers, the carver. The College of the Free masons of the Church held their meet ings in the ballroom, and, finally, as in Dickens' time, it was let out In ten ements, which would account for his having only seen the cool old hall and the courtyard. Otherwise he would surely have mentioned so grand an in terior. The house was in Angelo's time one of the most famous in London. A full narrative of his father's residence there, and of the many celebrated sev enteenth century personages who fre ■«asm» hi EE d 7 d. f 2JI I MM , VI vT* En Er - i i HÜBfc I K Km . n \i£sË'\ y>A r n f ;. 'I Golden Aem Over Goldbeaters shop in Manette Street quented it is given in the interesting "Reminiscences" of Henry Angelo, first issued in 1830, and quite recently edited by Lord Howard de Walden and Mr. H. Laver Smith, with illustrations from the collection of Mr. Joseph Grego. But none of these describe the house Itself. The sketches beauty. accompanying fill give some idea of Us Col. George Drew the Line. Col. John H. George, a very aggres sive trial lawyer, who practised lr. Concord. N. H., for many years, was once pitted against Judge Aaron W Sawyer, late of Nashua. The colonel got his title by being upou the staff of some New Hampshire and the judge had a very short and rather unsatisfactory service upon the bench. The Judge tried his best to Mathew Temperance Society of that all sorts of military titles, first "cap tain." then ''major," then "general.' etc., to all of which the colonel paid no attention. Finally the judge said: "By the way, Mr. George, what is your correct military title?" The colonel replied: "Oh, call me anything hut ex-Judge." governor Says Lots of Them. Mrs. Crinisonbeak hear a man say anything nice about his wife." Mr. Crinisonbeak" —Oh, I don't know! I know a man who is press agent for his wife, who is on the stage." "You never His Graceful Escape. The Twin—"Which do you think Is prettier, me or my sister?" The Gallant—"It is impossible to How can one compare the In tell. I comparable?" I r*7| V ' i m 38 teak * Ä IÜ m : - A X .• - I X B B 3 V. I ] L<n CLEMENTINA GONZALES, OF CENTRAL AMERICA, RESTORED TO HEALTH. PE-RU-NA THE REMEDY. Miss Clementina lionzales, Hotel Pro vincia, Guatemala, C. A., in a recent letter from 247 Cleveland Av., Chicago, 111., writes: "/ took Reruns for a worn-out con dition. I w as so run down that I could not sleep at night, had no appetite and felt tired in the morning. "1 tried many tonics, hut Périma was the only thing which helped me In the least. After I had taken but a hall bottle I felt much better. / continued its use for three weeks end 1 was com pletely restored to health, and was able to take up my studies which / had been forced to drop. There is nothing better than Périma to huild up the system. "—Clementina Gonzales. Address The Peruna Medicine Co., of Columbus, Ohio, for instructive free literature on catarrh. Salt Lake Photo Supply Co.... i i i ! 1 € Cameras Kodaks and Supplier. il r - 1 Developing end Finishing Mail Orders Solicited AIN AND IND NO'.TK ST*. »ALT LAKA OIT» it's almost Impossible for a single man to save money—and a married man doesn't even try. Do It Now. if you are about to make a trip any «•here, let me know. Pleased to givi ,rou lull information as to low rates— plenty of 'em this summer—train ser vice, etc. "The Santa Fe" trade mark is the sign of safety, speed and ease. C. F. WARREN, Genl. Agt., A. T. & S. F. 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