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PUBLICITY WORK GF THE HARR1MAN TJNES Great Efforts Put' Forth in Advertising the West. PRISONERS JDIN WSUBGEiiTS Soldiers orZelaya Agree to Fight Un- . aer tstraaa s Banner in tne Future.. Salt Lake City: In reviewing ''the record for 1909,. the passenger depart- . ment of the Oregon Short Line Railroad Rail-road company, under the directions of Mr.. D. E. Burley, general passen-" gera.gentr1iasgood reason for feeh tog elation. . . It has, seen general travel increase more, than 50 per cent over past years. This Includes travel td Yellowstone Park; to the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition;, spring and: fall . colonist business from the east, and local traffic, all of which .clearly demonstrates the awaken awak-en eda n d growing interest in this in- ter-mountain' country and the Pacific northwest.- This travel has not all been transient, tran-sient, or Tourist travel; much of it has remained with us. which the miraculous growth of Utah, Idaho and the whole west clearly attests. .These great increases must not be charged to "chance," nor to the labors of a recent day alone, for back of them lie many years of ceaseless and untiring effort along publicity lines, the cry having ever been, "Come westv-jcome west, come west!" "The call of the west has been heard alter these many years, and those who have heeded the call and have "come west,' have seen and have conquered; and an immeasurably rich territory Jn a once-desert count ryjs the answer to that caff jo conquest, as exampied In the vast agricultural sections of Idaho and Utah that have been opened to fteuleraeftti : The. passenger, department of the Oregon Short Line company ha spent large sums of money in directing attention at-tention to the scenic wonders and ' the agricultural and commercial resources re-sources of the territory it serves. During the year just past, efforts. along these lines have been redoubled, among new publicity features adopted being the "Community Plan." a cooperative co-operative arrangement between the railroad and various communities, under un-der which Individual booklets of a very high order of merit. Ixith rrom artistic and argumentlve .tanilolnt. are 'Issued. Up to thn present tlm1, some fifteen comintmnles hive enlisted enlist-ed this service, among whiih may be mentioned such prosperous communities communi-ties as Boise. Twin Kail. Id.tlm Falls. American Kalis. Hailey. Ill.ickfoot, Pocatetlo, Huh., Hurley.' Hipert. Richfield, Rich-field, flooding, St, Anthony and others. oth-ers. Outside of this, the Oregon Phort J An- conif-a'ny. at Its own ex-pense, ex-pense, has recently published a very hiph r!ns booklet, entitled "Sfnic Idaho." hirh Ixxlies forth In ftflistic style the scenic iM-anti" of Idaho, written uVsorlnth tr hein a'oat en tirely avoldei. . ! " In addition to Ommi'iitl'y jbllea-tlons. jbllea-tlons. varioiM odor ii-niii-hlr! and folibrs are u!;hel fnm tl:ue to tlnu- on a variety, of suiij. cts. a an example of which m.iv I... infiiiioni a pamphlet o:i the kh Jleatlng- treating if "uniudglna" 'or the rr"i- from early iprin Ir.ist, whieh v. Ill apjM ,ir UfBi the pr. at an r.iily da'e Krr Y!!oitone ':,rk, a inntiii publlea'lMti r.!it il in fmir c'i.r. mn. tannine an '.t-ri.i niiii; d nKi:t of llll- oli. ! ;md Il ls b''ell ,-i!..e. ench ) ir f-T 'he (t fwih. )am nnd. r t'.e ti le of u s re ih tr-y-;- '- ,tn. Ih .,f ;4Hti jir. t.ii !.(.,!! .1 iS.rln- a aiir ' li- f ' ;i- feature in iijlm; an in-terr,' in-terr,' In 'to park and In ! iiMin'n'-In? iiMin'n'-In? t): j-lur.Mc. ,.c.f ii'fr;ic !a th Or- .'ii boit I Ine an.l the -j- rn i t -int. For the r..inirg eaon. Mr Hi1t ha- -tie) tl.'!i on !' r M!v . fahi.n ia !h ai t.f a ! ;-!'.:i a!i..n V'l-(.! V'l-(.! I k r-.h If it tn.,. rid. 1ea a t;.). anl .;!.! to tj- eta,. !'! ! f ar.i '!.;! d it d !.. . a J i r : !" i W 1 1 !. l-f n r-r.-' an i ov- ;. eri r.Hrr rla' 1 'in. Washington A telegram received at the state department Tuesday after noon from Bluefields says, in. effect. that the Indications are that a major ity of theT5rtsonerscaptured at the I battle near Rama by' the "revolution ists will join Estrada's army very soon. Estrada, it is said, will supply the prisoners with provisons, Indepen dent of the American Red Cross. Madriz, it is also said, has offered to furnish $2,000 for the relief of the prisoners, the money to ba distribut-ed distribut-ed by the American naval confmand- ers at Bluefields. The state department, depart-ment, however, will, not accept this charge, but will insist that the funds be expended through the Red Cross. Inasmuch as the J2.000 supposedly Is government funds.- its acceptance by the United States might he interpreted inter-preted as recognition of the Madrfs faction.' 1- MILLIONS AT STAKE. Question of Tariff Duties Between United States and Germany a Serious One. WashingtonNearly half a billion dollars' worth of trade is the stake In the game of diplomacy now in progress pro-gress between America and Germany, and an issue will be known within a month. On February 7. In accordance with the notice given to Germany last -April by'-.-t-he. -state department, tlw rfc. clprocity arrangement made during the Dingley act" with Germany will expire, and simultaneously the general gen-eral tariff rates of that country wtll apply to all imports from America, unless in the short period of time intervening in-tervening Secretary Knox and tha German embassador -each a mutually satifafciorr understanding. A' this moment the iridlraijons are that this understanding Is beyond the attainment and thai It a ill be only i-iider the stress of a bitter and costly struggle that the two nations c;m compose their differences and restore heir trade to mutual conditions. FIGHT IS STILL ON. New FoL it. Ivf f nf I tr.-hfi.f the tlieilio.!. of .ill;B of fruit Move of Administration lowers Against Insurgents. Washington. An ancient custom of the house iff .representatives whliii hay been in use for, fifty years was overturned on Tuesday by Representative Represen-tative Ilwight 'f New York HepubU-ran HepubU-ran whip, when he Instiuetcd the pair elerks at the speaker's desk to c e,y pairing Reptililleau , members exrept under prescribed coijditl ns The move .H declarer! by Democrats a ii.l instirgerUs to lie a move airainst the tt-r. and Intended o give ih' ! ert;ai:iatin additional lever.ise u-a 1 I lose W)te iM'Ctir. j RepreM-ntnie Garner of Tex s. t li.pi.i ..i v I h-moci .me whip, said that; Mr li:!it had instructed the .,,!! it' 'o rnaki no pairs excepting on pwU-lit - approval Tins Mr l:;ht denb tt 1ii the i.p ; hot ,.' Mo- uj.iMir as t'iat Mr il.ir li"r I wrkert ;i. ,t . ..uir. r move a ti ng hit! n-'l Slid hl'hertt lllio'.s.-i I e I Ine .. (i.ei-e ,tn.) ItiellllK-M In!e a'' r ' e r.'i;ii;r. d make iheir p-tirs n ' .'f.w a' le -pe.,k, rs .!e., BLAMES k. ABOR UNIONS Manuficturer Oeclartt Wchingm n Are Repo'blt for Mign Price. Sj i ! r'!el'!. Ijik.- rei.ri.-j ! !! '.ir !!! 1 jjher rust ,, hvni a I .b.ln hnfcv. Jr. .-e!.ent i Nvior.i! XI .si):ir a t iir-r.' aM ta ' iij.n ''ut he railed the lal.or i !i an iMr- hre T .id.i1' a BACICAGHE A WARNING THAT MUST NOT BE IGNORED A SIGNAL OF DISTRESS Pain in the back is the kidneys' signal of distress, timely warning is ignored, kidney disease silently "kidney ' If this fastens itself its deadly grip lor Kianey sickness nrst snows itseii in pains and disorders in other parts, and the real cause is too often hidden until fatal BrichVs disease or diabetes has set inz. Suspect the kidneys if you are rheumatic and nervous or have lame back, painful, too frequent or scanty urination, weak heart, dizzy spells, headaches, bloating or neuralgia. What you want is a . special kidney medRnrre not air experiment, t)ut one; mat has stood tne test lor years. Dpan s Kidney Pills relieve weak, congested kidneys cure backache regulate the urine. "ty Pietwt- A KIDNEY REMEDT dF 75 YEARS' EXPERIENCE - DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS began curing lame backs and sick kidneys 75 years ago. The demand lead a nearby druggist, Janvs Doan, to prepare it .for sale. From him the magic formula passed to the present pres-ent proprietors. Now,, as in those early days, loan's Kidney Vare made from only the purest drugs and are absolutely nem'-poisonous. "They are used and praised all over the civilized world. DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS MAKE LASTING CURES very Picture Telh A Story. -jt J5 - -v COULDN'T WAIT. Kill 1 y:--Jj- " r,' rie l.-t A : in'. 1 J. H. Black, 1005 F.. Sixth strert. Topeka, Kansas. a.vs : ' In the spring id 1 lttas "'Kidney I'nls brought me such prrat relief that I did not hi-sitate to make the, tact known and give this remedy my most 7i nest endorsement In piy Ontepienf 1 V-.Irl tlvit kirllil-Vtr-4-bd sufferrd from kidney complaint I had a Hull grumbling ache across the sm.iM of my backttiat greatly inconvenienced me when reaching and straining in doing mv woik. An annoving kidney weakness was also in evidence and it was out of the question lor in lo sleep well. In ihe morning I was all turd u..t and it tan le vrn thai I w.is in bad shape. The use of Duan s Kidney I 'ills quickly and surely drove awav tl.ese svmptums of kitliicv complaint and 1 have sim e been iu ;ood health . .. . The foregoing statement was given in March 1105, and wiiin Mr. l iaek was interviewed on ?ii v. 12. 1 1. . I:e s.tid : ' t have tii ver bad a return attai k i f Lulm v omplanit and I know t!:.it mv cure is a permanent one. Mv laith in lean's Kidney Tills n. stronger thau cxrr. Mrs James Crooks. First St., N VV . American. Fork. I'tah. says. "I h.nl kidnev complaint lor ten years' (j- more. Sometimes a twinge darted through the small of my bai k and 1 olleii became m helpless, that I -was compelled lo go to bed with my clothes -Wr-TJje-ttaeW-eHen- litrtfed. -Hit -ty-irt -mo--auil I 7ouldnot" even stoop -w pm on -niv sh.es. :My condifion wasTertamly atainiiiig ' 'I Ire secretions secre-tions from niy.kidneys were irregular in passage andtontained a heavy M'dimeut alter standing. ( , well know what the miserv kidnev tcniplaint causes and I can tberefoie aopreciate ibe nirnls t i a - remedy that cures tlus disease ly an s Kidney 1'ilis lived up to the claims made for them in my case and effected a cure My kidneys were restored to a normal condition and my bcahh greatlv improved " (St.itenient given Aug ii.icjoy ) On Aug. 24. lg). Mis Crooks was interviewed by cine of our repres-ntatnrs and she said: "ft gH'es tun pk-asurt" 10 rerndorso iHmn s Kn'ney-Ti'ls Kn'ney-Ti'ls 1 hev ciif d mv backacho and mv heahh is now ges.d Oihcr rieniliers of my family liavo taken lias remedy with decided bcnefiL" A TRIAL FREE Cutout this coupon, nail it to Foster-Milburn "o . l'ufl.do N. Y 'A free trial package of Ikn s Kidney Pills will 1 mailed 'U promptly. w.s v. KIDNEY PILLS Sold by all dealers', JPrice'5o cents. Fostir-Milburn Co. DufTalo. NY- Proprietors. BEHBHIMBBBHBiaaBBn Still in int fjiP'y, Among the dt.inetic duties of t yoMiii; hushand i ;ne ai'i.il Mipervi- Mon of lollets of Ills Wlfes two dogt, one a Great I nun and the other a bv mi means dmiitiwtn e St I'.ernanl -O!'. Marie." ehouud h.il.l.y from the yard late one ; :'onn ii. "llire' IH'l a Ilea oil Die )'k- i.i.u" " II splendid" k'nntid back Mat ... "Not a Miiwie i", ;i -' """ yelled Tom "Tl.iy are ai! Martha Washington Comfort Shoes Genuine it means Tal'.or I cannot rti.-k you a lit un il you hat paid for otir ut I an't wait so h i- and I Le. l tOllielhll.g orie,j" Mr NYpaySt Wiiiitr i t iv warm. Household ub- fellow : drug More se sir. sol; of or it KM. - a r tl.at 1 ; 1 I ! 1 !i j'k ti ! -11 j Vim. 1 r i -.-.-r..i t ' "i I .rfi V a- o. r n I! t: ; .it; . I..w 11. n ru M rid ' ,1 ! I.i i.r;,ilii;,iii a'o!.li f .131 . d P.e 1 r-i! .1 1 k t :!. ' ' e s , ,t 1 i-'l '..(. 1 . r ' l:ipi; n an is largely d '! k upon an. 1 le 1 n 'he n Kmm He Important to Mother. FtMn.iie a.tr' fuliy "ry Ih.u' f'ASTt'IU . a r.ifr arid fcui r-:.n-: in;,l,t.- alij ( In.dreti, ar.d nc II, Bears the S .Cnature cf UictXjViicJUV. Ia For (iter .'HI ears TLt K;&4 You Have Alifi Touglt i I XT' s.-k. r the ti i . lot I o, Kvery S -e 4,'r'.s -Sitig. It !.!es-lv hi ai d r-i'llie i d clerk comfort that's what to wear the stylish Martha Washington Comfort Shoes. They fit lile a glove, and insure complete rest and relief- No buttons or laces just tlm them on and oil IxLc a slipper. Elastic at the sides provides perfect fit over any insten. You will never know how comuruhle a pood locking hoe can be nr.td you have worn MARTHA WASHINGTON COMFORT SHOES Hnca't mfafon. OrJylfn frnulne Aj. lU Martha Wot&nSuii Mar iljmptj n Iht tole. Ktfuw aubttitute. 7.- " V " !i. i.J . 1 l:i Wi ll II i.r. d jKk. - l.et m'.in o tse- t n i .'. i.i'ii.n.- l:-.b !i. tbl.t !. ith .. ti.-ii ti.-ii pf"t -i,.f f "I- tll!!Mt"f r f n.e .1,. 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