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BEST TEA GROWN TRY ..IT.. vr rioN rovi GROCER AWFUL COST OF WARFARE. Human Uvea and Treur. .i.. d. r In the xoaiioH uo or Caesar a million man -j the field of battle. ibucu on Dame. iNapoIeon. In the! ahort .nace nf ntn- .v ized to devote to ...j " . -""- tne glory of France' 1.103,000 of her sons. following the at.lr , c Til ii mo icu YHari ... ,.,lv,u uuiiars worm ol property. Two-thlrdu of the combined ouaget or the various states of Eu rope are devoted to the maintenance of armed forces aiftl to the service ot a oeDt practically the whole of which wa. incurred by wars. War expenses in Europe absorb one-half of all the weaitn created by productive lahni- In the comparatively insignificant war of England with the Boers England lost 22,450 men and spent $1,400,000- uuo. Three hundred and fifty thousand men were withdrawn by her from pro- uucuve industry to engage in the de miction of war. Military exnendl tures in the United States during the last eight years have absorbed on ana a half billion dollars. Interna tional Journal of Ethics. REDUCED RATES aw . .... . . . rrom uian and Idaho to All Point. East and Return, via the Santa Fe. j From Ogden and Salt Lake City to: Missouri river points $32.00 nicago J44.50 Bt. Louis 39.5o Proportionate rates from Idaho and other points. Dates of sale, Nov. 20th ana Dec. 18th, 190G. Return limit, tio days. Send for literature. C. F. WARREN, Agent A. T. & S. F. aj.. ill Dooly Blk., Salt Lake City, Modern Treasure Shins, m.. . . . r ins rauiea treasure ships of the Indies, in the days when pirate, .wooped down on heavy vessels lum- oenng nomeward with aold nrt i. w, beside less precious freight, were never worth as much as the bullion occasionally carried across the Atlan tic, as a Dart nf th. .vn.. or ocean liners. Within a few weeks one steamer landed over $10,000,000 at New York. No buccaneers of the 8panish main ever had such a priz. vvj v-ue. ' Great Man's Philosophy. I will account virtue the best rich.. knowledge the next, riches the worst; ana mererore win labor to be virtu rttt. a ml I..H..J ... j. .... .iucu wiLiiuui condition: al ter riches, if they fall In my way, reiuse mem not; but if not, I deslr mem not. Bishop Hall. Townsend's Enamel Cre&m Mku .ttr.oUr. facta lmmellatly. gnparlor to 1.0. pow.ler.. lu u,s , not d,i.. Tor everywhere. Price 50 cents Mon. Assay, Office 4. v. aoi.sa. ... ' " ' fcr LAMB OITY. UTAH ",irnJTr-"r i unrniirjutur ? -r . -i eh CJ If you cannot come to select your Diamonds personally, write your ideas to us and you can have the service of one of our experts without charge. He will select the best Ave have for the price you set. CT When you buy your Diamonds or other goods of us, you are absolutely sure you get what you think you get. SALT LAKE w..w.,.r.M uuh OWN TROUBLES. WriUf Lock, at Chrcnie Bothara In IW Way. Wt' Ira n t - . . . . - - -" iurrei witn our nnaer tne mlntaken idea that , " Deen "Pon na and not ng that we have .11 along un- wnacloualy been appropriating; them 7' e-very one has a choice -HT. .. depend. ,arge.y ..u.u a. lo lne one h- h n elect Thl. being so. let u. take thought of tomorrow that ' " L cnooae and not blindly. mere la a set of marrisH t..,i and one for bachelor, only. Which you nave 7 Your, is the choice. " "m"T Kreat trouble. Is It -en 10 nave nim7 la it t t ..t. Ulm ", or win some other trn,,w- equally formidable be better for na In me long run 7 "mounl or troIe m7 be itauaea ny too much money. Shall we I run r n a inb .- . m A kit,- w . . UM u,len nausea no end of trouDle. And It Is lilrpw t 1.. . I w i omers. ... .-.. , ... . . . "a,c Pace ana take ume 10 make our selection. The wnr.t i It is that hv th h. . . :1 rna nfqniin , . ... IT iroumee, tneli too lata to we cannot beirin all I over aeain So that in the end we may be saddled with trouble, that we would willingly exchange for others if we had. only known about them earlier. Tom Mason in Puck. Row at a Revival Meeting. In a town In Maine where there were frequent revival meetings at one time a Mr. Cole was preacher. There was a man named Winslow who did not know as much' as some vhni families, but was always first to "eet pious" at these revival meetings There was also a man by the name ot Voter, a fine and Dious man During one meeting Winslow and Voter had a quarrel. Winslow said if Voter got up to speak he should sneak also. Voter got up, and Winslow jumped up, and Elder Cole, to stop the rumpus, commenced to sing "Tell Me the Old, Old, Story." Winslow shook his fist In Elder Cole s face and said: "You toll your old, old story, and I'll be d d If I don't tell mine"' Screen Will Filter Air. Many people cannot sleep with the windows open at night In damp weather. A screen which will admit pure air and yet keep out the damp ness can easily be made. Take thin Angora flannel and fasten to a screen frame. Place this In the window at night when the sash is raised. In the morning the Inside of the acreen will be found dry. while th. nut.M. Is wet, the air having filtered through' To Send Flowers by Mall. Take a long potato and bore a hole through It lengthwise for a hoMr shave the outside down with a sharp knife uatil it can be easily handled when ready to send the flower., plac around this a Dlece nr .,--. ton. Over this wrap a sheet of tinfoil carefully covering every part of the cot- holder. The moisture cannot nans. trate the paper and wUl b retained for a lona time. Siihnrtn th. Fellow Passengers. raraon me, your necktie has bsan sticking out for some time. I refrained irom telling you sooner because thost young ladles seemed so much amused. farmer Thankee: an' the oil from that lamp has been dropping on that ugni overcoat o' yourn for the last ten minutes, but every one seemed so tickled that I hated to spoil the fun." London Mirror. A Daily Thought. T-, U .... w e yourseii, to nave measureless trust, to enjoy all. to l" wal aiong tne path, which ha equal good on either hand, to a-1 v. th. sign of equality. To entertain no pos sible fear or doubt about the upshot ol things, to be yourself, to have msas ureless trust perhaps that is th best. Anonymous. Oldest Engineer Dead. Jdhn Waterworth. the oldest an. gineer in the world, has Just died at Preston, England, at the age of SS He drove an engine 2.000.000 mil., in his 37 years of service without a single accident. The Beat Return. After all, it isn't the way we live nor the work we do that matters, but the ideal we put into it. Is there any work too sordid, too prosaic to yield a return of beauty ? Ellen Glasgow. 170 MAIN ST CITY, UTAH, NORTHWEST NOTES A man supposed to be Anton Frlt of Portland, was decapitated at San rernando, Cal., by the westbound aania Barbara pasenger train. Alexander Findley. a carpenter, aged 53 years, was burned to death at Butte in a Are that destroyed the one-story rrame oulldlng in which he was living. Ole Martenson, a Swede, waa killed by an Irishman named Roberts at En campment, WTyo. Roberts is in Jail at Rawlins and will be tried for taw der. The plant of the National Reduction mills, half a mile from Florence, Colo. waa entirely destroyed by fire last week. Loss $150,000, with no insup ance. i nomas Brant and Thomas Rick- hart, two Northern Pacific engineers were killed at Cedar Creek spur, near Garfield. Wash., when a train collided with a light engine. 0. O. Yergy, of the Yergy Lumber company, and a well known Helena man, while driving across the street car tracks in Helena, was struck by an electric car and almosst Instantly Killed. A strike of gold ore on the one hun area root level of the Annla Laurie claim, belonging to the Manhattan Mining company's group at Manhat tan, Nevada, goes better than $1,500 per ton. Edward A. Horner, formerly of Lead ville, Colo., has organized the Roose velt third term national league In Chicago, and says that clubs will be organized in every county and city in the United States. E. Willetts, a stockman from Idaho, cmuuie i wim siock, ten irom a car in the yards at Rawlins on the night of the 4th, and when picked up by yardmen the following -morning died in a few minutes. Senator Heyburn of Idaho has pro posed an amendment to the railway rate law which will require the rail roads to give liolse, Spokane and otner interior points the advantage Of the long haul rates. Because the Montana Coal Coke company refused to reinstate a miner who had been discharged some weeks ago, 400 miners struck, tieing up the mines and coking plants of the com pany at Aldridge and Horr, Mont. The gold output of Montana for 1905 was $208,551 less than that of 1904, The silver output was $1,491,315 less (coinage values) than for 1904. The copper output was $11,754,967 greater and the lead output $31,635 greater. Rev. Oncar Woods, of Laramie, Wyo., in an article In a local paper bit terly denounced the so-called endless prayer chain letters, several of which have been received in Laramie. One young woman of a very relieious turn ot mind waa bo wrought up about the matter as to be in a serious mental condition. A wreck occurred near Rawlins, Wyo., in which B. B. Johnson, a brake- man, was killed, and an engineer. brakeman and two firemen were hurt A westbound freight drawn by two en gines and an eastbound freight col lided head on as the result of con flicting train orders, all three engines Deing derailed. The California delegation In con gress has received what they consider a satisfactory assurance that the pres ident did not desire to be understood as saying In the Japanese section of his message that he would use the military forces of the tTnited States In forcing the Japanese into the Cal- tfor -ui schools in whiiw the white e en are taught. There have been many deaths in Goldfleld the past month or two, more, perhaps, than people generally know about; but they have not been in such numbers as have been reported. The death rate during the worst of the prevailing storm have averaged not more than four per day as against twenty as reported. A squad of citizens of Billings, Mont., forcibly seized a carload of coal and distributed it in one ton lots. In a body the squad then proceeded to the offices of the coal company and compelled the agent to receipt for the payment of the fuel. Montana produced in the calendar year of 1906 copper, silver, gold and lead to the value of $70,677,583. These values came from 5,000,000 tons of ore, and the aggregate production wab greater by $10,086,736 than the value of the output of 1904. which was ap proximately $10,000,000 greater than for the year before. Ida and Minnie Hill, sisters, were found asphyxiated In their rooms 1n Portland by Hilda Hill, another sister, when she returned home from work. The dead girls left a note bidding Hil da farewell, but it does not state the reason for their act. Irene La Barge, aged 17 years, com mitted suicide at her home in Seattle, after a quarrel with her sweetheart, John Tweed, a postoffice messenge. She was jealous oi the attentions of the young man to another girl and drank poison in his presence. It is announced that the Spokane ft Inland railway has awarded to Grant, Smith & Co. the grading contract for a 15-mile extension from Palouse, Wash., to Moscow, Idaho. It Is thought the line may be extended to iewiston anu Liamstou next year. After serving three months in the jail at Valdez, on a charge of seal poaching In American waters, twelve Japanese, caught red-handed on the Pribiloff Islands last summer, were brought from the north last week and confined in the county Jail at Seattle. Another forest renerve in Montana has been created by President Roose velt, the reserve containing a 1,510,240 acres. The total acreage of Montana land included within forest reserves is now 17.000,000 acres, which is approx imately one-fifth of tty; total area of Montana DOES YOUR BACK ACHE? Profit by the Experience of One Who Hat Found Relief. James . Keeler. retired farmer, of Fonner street, Caxenovia, N. says: "About fifteen year, go I suffered with my back and kid neys. I doctored and used many remedies without getting re lief. Beginning with Doan's Kidney Pills, I found relief from the first box, and two boxes restored me to good, sound condition. My wife ana many of my friends have used Doan . Kidney Pills with good result and I can earnestly recommend them.' Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y. UNDERSTOOD WHAT WAS SAID, In no Oth.r Way Can Actions of Cat Bs Explained. AS striking a cat storv aa I hava neard in a long time comes from Al ton, N. m., and is vouched for abso lutely, says a writer in the Boston Record. The eat was accustomed to visit the next door neighbor after each meal to be fed and petted, bringing also two kittens. One of the women at the house thus visited, who had entertained a dislike for cats, finally, on observing the ani mal, expressed aloud a liking for the gray kitten and said she intended to ask to be allowed to keep it ine next day when Mother Cat came for her bits only one kitten ac companied her, but she took away some choice morsels for the one left at home. This continued several dava. wnen tne woman who had first ex pressed intention to get the kitten which the cat was feeding, remarked that Bhe had given up wholly the Idea of securing the gray kitten. All three felines appeared at the next meal and have done so since. LIMB RAW AS PIECE OF BEEF. Suffered for Three Years with Itching numor cruiser Newark U. 3. N Man Cured by Cuticura. "I suffered with humor for about three years off and on. I finally saw a doctor and he gave me remedies that did me no good, so I tried Cuticura when my limb below the knee to the ankle was as raw as a piece of beef, All I used was the Cuticura Soap and tne Ointment. I bathed with Cuticura Soap every day, and used about six or seven boxes of Cuticura Ointment. I was thoroughly cured of the humor in three weeks, and haven't been af fected with it since. I use no other Soap than Cuticura now. H. J. Myers, u. s. n., v. s. S. Newark. New York. July 8, 19U5." A Misunderstanding. Apropos of a misunderstanding on the canteen question, Gen." Frederick D. Grant said at a dinner in Washing ton: "It la like the case of my friend Ma. Oreaa. Maj. Green Bald to his servant one morning: James, I have left my mess boots out, I want them soled.' "Yes sir,' the servant answered. ine major, dressing for dinner that night, said again: 'I suppose, James, that you did as I told you about those boots?' 'James laid 35 cents' on the bureau ' 'Yes, sir,' said he, 'and this is all I could get for them; though the cor poral who bought 'em said he'd have given half a dollar if pay day hadn't been so far off.' Wood at Eight Dollars a Pound. "French Walnut Is the finest wood we have," said the cabinet-maker. "It comes from Persia, but it is prepared In France. I have seen French wal nut worth $8 a pound, and it is a com mon thing to pay $2 a pound for it. Of course it Is used principally for veneering. Only millionaires could have chairs and tables of solid French walnut. "Mahogany, wonderful as it is. rarely fetches such high prices. From $2 to $3 is a very good price per pound for this wood. "Ebony, if it is in a particularly large piece, so that it will cut well, will often bring $5 a pound in the wood market." NO MEDICINE. But Change of Food Gave Final Relief. Moat diseases start in the aliment ary canal stomach and bowels. A great deal of our stomach and bowel troubles come from eating too much starchy and greasy food. The stomach does not digest anv of the starchy food we eat white bread, pastry, potatoes, oats, etc. these things are digested in the small intes tines, and if we eat too much, as most of us do, the organs that should di gest this kind of food are overcome by excess of work, so that fermenta tion, indigestion, and a long train of ails result. Too much fat also is hard to dlaest. and this is changed Into acids, sour stomach, belching gas, and a bloaty, heavy feeling. In these conditions a chance from indigestible foods to Grape-Nuts will worn wonders in not only relieving the distress but in building up a strong digestion, clear brain and steady nerves. A Wash, woman writes: "About five years ago I suffered with bad stomach dyspepsia, indigestion. constipation caused, I know now, from eating starchy and greasy food. 1 doctored for two years without any benefit. The doctor told me there was no cure for me. I could not eat anything without suffering severe pain in my back and sides, and I be came discouraged. "A friend recommended Grape-Nuts and I began to use it. In less than two weeks I began to feel better, and Inside of two months I was a well woman and have beeu ever since. "I can eat anything I wish with pleasure. We eat Grape-Nuts and cream for breakfast, and are very fond of it." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek. Mich, Read the little book. "The Read to Vellviifc, to pkgK "Thr's a reason." M An CTotn Tfat ChilnWs IW. et-, Costly Water Supply. New York city burns 110.000 tons of coal a year to pump water into the public reservoirs In Brooklyn, Queens and Richmond boroughs. Lives by Raising Queen Bees. Miss Flora Mclntyre, sophomore In Berkeley University. California, pays her board and tuition fees by the sale of queen be 3 she raises. National Pur Food and Drugs Act. The (tartield Tea Company's prepara tion comply in every respect with t tie lvquiretm-nta of The National Pme Food nl liruga Act, ..hine 30th. If. Serial No. 34, mwinnel by the vernment, will apprar on every package ol their gooiU. Jealous. Mothei- What's Tommy been fight ing about? Little Sister Oh, he's mad because Jimmy Smith has to wear spectacles and he doesn't Detroit Free Press. To Wash Velveteen. Velveteen may be washed by shaking it about in warm Ivorv Soup suils; then nnHe thoroughly and let it drip dry. On no account squeeze or wring it. lie care ful to hang ii mraight on the line, for otherwise it will be crooked when irv. Kl.KANOR K. PARKER.. Young Man Extensive Traveler. Lord Ronaldshay, though only thirty years of age, probably has done more traveling for his age than any man living. Few people know more than he about the Himalayas and Per sia. He has also found time to ex plore Kashmir, Baluchi-Stan, Ladak, Thibet and the Persian gulf, to say nothing of Ceylon. Museum Gets Fine Pulpit. King Frlederlch August of Saxony has given to the Germanic museum at Harvard a full-size reproduction of the sandstone pulpit of the Church of Wechselburg, near Leipsic. This gift is regarded as the most Important made to the museum since .'he fine collection of casts was sent by the German emperor. The pulpit be longs -to the beginning of the thir teenth century, and is a massive struc ture, 15 feet high, resting on Roman esque columns. Btat or Ohio, Citt or Tokdo, i Luc-as Coutt. f ' Frank J. Chknkt mtkei oath that ha ti snntor partner of tha firm of F. J. CuBNKr Co., Uulug Duatiieaa Ir ilia cttr of Toledo. County aud Hiata aforHitald, arid that aald firm will pay the sum of ON K HL'NDKKD DOLLARS fur each ami every cane of Catarkr that uauoot be cured by the uae of UaLIi'S Catabuu juhk. FUASK J. C1IENET. Sworn to before me and nubHi-.riheil la aiy nroaence, tola nth day of December, A. p.. ihhh. l 1 A. W.OLEASOV, llljiil Notary Public. Hau'a Catarrh Cure la taken Internally and acta directly on the blood and mncoiia aurfacca of ttia yatum. bend for teatlmunUK free. F. J. t.'HKN'EV CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all UntKKlHta. Tc. Take Hall-! Family I'llli for couatlnatlon. May Throw Light on History. While excitement regarding the Ho henlohe memoirs Is still rife in Eu rope, there Is subdued talk in British military circles regarding the forth coming appearance ot a book which will contain some of the late duke of Cambridge's voluminous correspond ence. A diary kept by Emperor Fred erick of Germany is in safekeeping in England and the day may not be far distant when it also will be published. Correct answers to numerous histor ical enigmas may be expected from such a publication. Worth Knowing. That Allcock's Plasters are the highest result of medical science and skill, and in ingredients and method have never been equaled. That they are the original and gen uine porous plasters upon whose rep utation imitators trade. That Allcock's Plasters never fail to perform their remedial work quickly and effectually. That for Weak Back, Rheumatism, Colds, Lung Trouble. Strains and all Local Pains they are invaluable. That when you buy Allcock's Plas ters you obtain the best plasters made. Unearthing the Briber. During a recent campaign in Eng land a certain woman called on a la borer's wife and asked if her husband would vote for Lord Blank. "No, he won't," was the reply. "But, remem ber the blankets and coals you got from the clergyman." "Never mind them. He's been promised a new pair of trousers If he voles for Mr. Dash." Suspecting that this was a case of bribery that must be outdone, the woman canvasser offered a sovereign if the woman would tell her who had promised the trousers. The money paid over, the woman smiled. "I promised them," she said, "and 1 11 buy them out of your sovereign." Tea on the Down Grade. Tea drinkers are finding scant en couragement in a report recently made by a large tea exporting house in Yokohama to its American cus tomers. Incidentally it Indicates that the United States is not alone in fac ing increased cost of living. The re port says: "Owing to the rapidly In creasing cost of living in Japan labor costs more, and in conseouence cul tivation of the tea gardens is less generous and extensive than formerly, and less care and skill are expended In picking and curing the leaf. Hence the average quality of the teas now offered for sale is below that of sea sons prior to the war, and for the same reasons we are not likely In the future to see any reversion to the excellence of former years." New York Sun. n9oaP - . ; a I IF YOU WAJAT YOU WANT WHEN I ALWAYS KEEP A BOTTLE OF X B IN THB HOUSB AND YOU WILL HAVB A I QUICK. SAFE AND SURE REMEDY FOR PAIN f X WHERE YOU CAN GET AT IT WHEN NEEDED. f Z PRICE 25c AND 90c A . THE AUTHOR-MAN'S SURPRISE tJttla Story with a Sequel That Hard to Guess. la Upon a certain day there was an author-man who needed the money: so he sat down and took up tha. ob ject which Is reputed to be mightier than the sword and wrote a piece. Having finished his article, he went to the post office, purchased some milling stamps and mailed the ptece to the editor. Then he waited for the child of his brain to make Its way back to his mantel piece, accompan ied by a warm note from the editor saying that, owing to a redundancy of similar matter, he waa compelled to reject the piece, although this ac tion wrenched his heart strings to such an extent as to almost drag that organ from its moorings. However, this rejection was to be considered as In nowise a condemnation of the mer it of the article, etc., etc. The near-author waited a spell, but the letter that he looked for but dreaded, never came. Now, dear reader, we give you three guesses as to the fate of the manuscript. Nope; all wrong. The piece was accepted. This Is It. .lurtse. Rifle Shooting in Schools. Rifle shooting will hereafter be In cluded in the curriculum of the ele mentary schools of Great Britain. Mr. Birrell, the president of the board of education, who made the announce ment in the House ot Commons, said that the educational authorities had been given permission under certain restrictions, to allow children of cer tain ages to be taught to shoot at miniature ranges, the instruction to be paid out of the public funds. Mre. Wln.low'e Soothing-Nyrup. For rhllUren t.-olhlnn. aoftnnti the itnma, rUtirM In. namiueliuu a!la;e vain. uiu wluu colfc. ata a bottle. God has many names, though he Is only one being Aristotle. AVfegctable PreparationlurAs similaling IlicFoodandRcgula ling the Stomachs andBowm of Promotes Digesl.on.Cheerfur ness and Rest.Conlains neUter IXMum.Morphine norMiiiefal. 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The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years Horses. Cattle. Hogs fefWrry. LIVE STOCK AND MISCELLANEOUS Electrotypes IN GREAT VARIHTY FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST PRICES BY A. N. KELLOGG NEWSPAPER CO. 73 V. Adams Street, CHICA0O HOWARD E. EaSTCM.niV0 T-VltPi'?. Viri-rr-.JO,rt- S-lver.Lea4.l: Uo!d, 811. "- Cio:eiC.XDKjaa& oancea aa tha aacka "p"" ' IS SUPf SUPERIOR QUAUTV. W. N. U., Salt Lak. City, No. 50, 1908. . , m - CARTER'S OlTTLE attirifetf'a I CARTERS fllTTIB IflVER Ira8- .AF Mir i St. Loii,t, nil.