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It Makes KEPT DYNAMITE RHEMTISI a Man Feel Pleasant For ome one to tlve him a nice ant of shirt buttons and cull links. lie uses tliem every day in the year, and if he hnppcnH to lose one he realizes how vnlualilc the others are. Good ones In solid or plated k.'oM. .a. ,. L Roslyn, Wash. Matt Harrison and four of his children are dying and a fifth child Is dead as the result of the explosion of a twenty-fivpound can of powder in the kitchen of the Harrison home here, late Tuesday. Mrs. Harrison, who was also badly burned, I want every elironlc rheumatic to thow awuy ull meilielnea, nil liniments, Hll lilitHten.. end rive aii'N'VOVM ItlllOIIMA-T18UK.MKDY a t:l:;l. No unifier what your doctor u :iy t). y, m mutier what no maffer how your friends n: jr a ull Oliver. ed voii n.ny he. Jirejudl Used riMiieillra, , , et of to in it ilmtr. glxt and Ki t a Lottie of ho lUIKl .M . tism i;i:.vt:r v. t; it fa'N to r,i leui. taction, I will ti 'tin I your iiioim-v- . Mun,vo:i Keiuetulier this remedy contain no aul. Icvllc acid, no (iTditui eo :ilv, rmrphino or t! It In other 1' it rmf ill neiler tlte Kuuruuleo cf tiie Pure Fund and Drug Pur anle y all drnsjrlsta. Price. 25e. In the Inter iniiiinfnlii country imikini: tlioro Field Tests of Seeds, we lend ull ciiiiin-tilorNWrite for uur Kin Free CaUl"!.' id FIGHTING THE WHITE PLAGUE IIS. IMI & M'KN. TKAhK Full I u- - In stuck. Una Kiihher Type Outfits and iiiilii-Mall nrilcni receive inmit intention. ALT LAKE STAMP CO., Salt Laka City Economy. The late ex Governor Allen I). Chandler of Georgia was famous la tlio south for tilt) quaint humor. said a Chundler," Guiucsvillu abandoned man, "once, fclturs for a pipe at the beginning of the year. Jin isfuck to his resulution till the year's end. Then ho was heard to fay; " "By actual calculation I have saved by smoking a pipe Instead of cigars Hits year, $L'0S. Hut where ii It?" Louisville Times. , trims-pollution- a er-ras- . - x lc - . 1 i . . . . 7 1. I r I j j I Iiur-for- , i : .n. j , j t Ml-t- CELES. A, is In tieiM 1..." 1911. Via the Sa t Lake Route. Kali Lake Tlckefg on sal" fy, February 4th, only; good tetitiiliig until March 7. Via the Salt Itoute. For lull Inforiiiftlun. .rates. re wrile A. W. I',4j ImuM, Sec Club. Sail retary - City, ft Mcther's Description of Paradise. Ulchard Crolit r. duiii fs 1, s VNH ti New York las-- t nmnib, diKrused with reporter lh" Mali cost of "Tie farmer are all rifc!i" .a;il r. Cit ler. "It the people hn on living In (h towns who i.aj evfrytl.ing tm deir. In the ou see, the rtj ! i,ie n lei.h- r j Ms riii I b-- t, M V.itK - f:l' ma t Ifc'ii't W! en F-l- II. t'.- :i r,,e- - nrt wi"b are gieiw :. ji un'ri to a se j Prrjud te i OTtcn If Ws Ltt IL as ti cli l ir n In it !tny f! it looted froiii his driiui one d y ft ml "'Mfilli'i, Ail a tn ard I ip vi paradise. Wht ai it l,ke Vf liile biy 1 u-- Vn ( be mVf i w p. j In and totifirnied (IneKil.iy at'- f lrv f ' - '.rd to frul ' .i tii I J I'.i a I ' h V p , J 'i i i bow ry In j "lb e. at t.i p1 n d tn i i I Pcitoffice Acpropration t'ii;: elec- - - day I in ti i,i. d - n-- Dill. Tii" bouse en T'ses- Hi" Kit ti',nce pproprl4- a i jwit'i n' f hot, j , tfi.i-'- f er if th" - r i! t, e i his i,. yin.r i if. A "Like, what It it c win e I 'chlilren In nnwetid. 'when t f f!,e I ni'ei s:ati in for f l I si" b e r a f'TF'st t lir r are at school.' " a cor!rg at M e "larda of n,en,1ifr of r.r f N.;'. for tv iV tl.ren yers," 'lij lim in the ciuiaMerat'on of the The MoJest Molet. I I s ' f n :n bap. ftoi l anhjeef to aim, hmrtit. Ktirnlsfi- tb'uitrh f r to t I The la'e Jul a Ward I' t j J I" c i.f woman it very g'od I h lie rujl1 of t'e ; ii. sti', Anarchists Die el Gallows, fu even J,nis mere Inlroibucil It s !u Was est remedy ti.oiJcRt. TOsfi T live snarcMs'a crvict-r-- ti e M tia'e on Friday and four In ttu ' f" !".tt nut d for rii"." a v,d ee.f in fl "Sh" on e fif sea nt Hie tiirone house wf i e the ' P it fcil of tie Most on pi'nter C.e other day. gmeinor ".Ti d th iiii, 'l1" for a t,g srd t'-- coipiracy f th" ln:rw rifil liies the en? rousing of loiij . fsnily bill tetrrrftlfig Iisi'm-it I It P. i I .t a jon a p she ,'f ttei ;ix long time beiore rr ejtci'id In the- r.Hi'n bete on by ; r re. eo ,. I To r,ro af er t's;? f S'f. T ,id: Ttiee Jay. T'.i'i'p rnf ileath Inr'tid-Tin re Was rto festion fif the lower r I T I II d "Don't be a ta d it jod .J t he l r fro bo I o r f the I A';, g,i r'tcl-1 ' " ,. r Si' t t, :, g'"a':re Saf'iniav tice. ri3dai ' a i sti I Hi K' f ii m t.t urr 'J ''k talken .,.. :ii t e I I. ' c " W ti't" f t d, 'i' Isn't J t! 'I 'i,,' d fn ft er 1 f.f c ' i real-1'-n- , e.-?- i , - ':t ; Ho-ac- Back, Then, to the Farm. Richard Croker, during his visit to New York last month, discussed with "I have seen the Cuticura Remedies a reporter the high cost of living. used with best results during the past "The farhiers are all right," said twenty years. In my work as a nurse, Mr. Croker. ."It Is the people who inaany skin disease cases came under sist on living in the towns who find my observation, . and in every in too dear. In the towns, stance, I always recommended tho everything you see, the exHnses are- as botherCuticura Remedies as they always some as Hie children. gave entire satisfaction. One case in "A little boy In a tiny flat looked up particular was that of a lady friend from bis drum one .day and said: of mine who, when a child, was af"'Mother, Adam and Eve 'livPd In, flicted with eczema which covered her Paradise. What was it like there?" face and hands entirely, breaking out " 'Like what It Is here,' his mother at intervals with severer torture. She answered, 'when you eight children could not go to school as the disfigureare all at Bchodl." ment looked terrible. I told her to get at once a set of Cuticura Remedies. Young at the Business. After the use of only one set she was General Howard was nn Invited perfectly well. guest at a dinner ' given by a boys' "A grown lady friend was afflicted club. "Y'ou est very well, with salt rheum in one of her thumbs, patriotic' snul the to a doughty my boy." and she was cured by the Cuticura youug trencherman,general you love your 'if Remedies. Still another lady had dry flag as well as your dinner you'll salt rheum in both palms of her hands make a good patriot" every fall of the year. They used to "Yes, fclr," said the boy; "but I've be so painful Bhe could scarcely wet been practising eating 12 years, and I her hands until she began to use tho ain't owned a gun but six months." Cuticura Remedies which cured her. Success Magazine. I have seen NURSE TELLS OF SKIN CURES ' " also The children's faces ringworm. would be all circles and rings around the cheeks, and the neck .and after treatment with the Cuticura Soap and Ointment they were completely cured. My husband had rheumatism on bis arm and I used the Cuticura Oint- ment It made bis arm as limber and nice, w hereas it was quite stiff before I began to apply the Ointment "Last May I had an Irgrowing toe nail which was very painful, as the side of the nail was edging right down in the side of my toe. I cut. the nail out of the cavity it made, and of course applied the Cuticura Ointment to the part affected. It soothed It and In less than ten nights It was all healed through constant use of the Ointment Ten days ago I had uiy left hand and wrist burned with boiling l;.rd, and Cuticura Ointment has rompletely cured them. I have Just recommerrded the Cuticura Remedies to another friend, and she Is pleased with the results and Is recovering I will gladly furnish the nicely. names of the reople referred to above If anybody doubts what I say." (Sign-Vd- ) Mrs. Martraret Ilederson, 77 IPrh-lan- d Ave., Maiden, Mass., Oct 1, 1310. " f'-- i X d 1 c I cun-t'rt;- i Love may make tho world go round, but it doesn't always seem to be able to make both ends ntcct rntK a toI.AXAIIVk Taka i bkoi s oi i - i- ok imt lUOiMO Vnsiiw 'lsM auoflry If tl fsiiB i., rara. Is. W. a.guuirauua atvcB i. mc. u One or the worst tMrgs under the sun Is a shady reputation. Sen sffipofioi' " a ,.f tit,ii1.. I. H( r.,jttut ,.ts t ,t trr" i! l,j.l.,.., kt . i. ALCOHOI.- -J i f a m Always Dough! PER CENT irrlotir5 nv ipo-rch- fcr As- i:;eFooJdrvf Rcsjul- s AA Ecara tho and IJowrls c 'Ii ' Bigpatoro rromc(rt Dt'jfionChfcrful-- : j! rf ssarvJ rlc Ccnlain? ttf ithir cf O(nurn.!orphinc nor Mine ral v il Tha Kind You Kayo i y fifr; d mm Ai'Crlil'lc Preparation t , r: ;y .V r', .r. n rrn Mwm mm J j.. - are Oil i ias , ; 'r-rl:e- auiisr-coate- T!;Vc:!.Fj:BinrsuT7:';Ts r i Constipation causes and aericuslv apcra-vate- s many disr-- e. It ia 1 humuuli'lv tui?. by Dr. Pierce's 1'ellcU. Tiny d granules. , re-s- b-- Avoiding the Executioner. "Why does a hea croau the road?" "So as to avoid getting Into the chicken pie." Judge. . - 1 1 Easyv "Does it cost much to clothe a family?" asked the economical man. 'Not mine," replied Mr.. . Slrlus Barker. "My only daughter is a barefoot dancer and my only son Is a mar. athon runner." For Bine mn I sutTmsl with rhrmils Motherly Advice. ttmt I bmi la t.kt Margery was playing school with Cottstipaitonanitdurina-lhsrslrr onrt rrrrr M hours her dolls. The class In physiology an leKctionofwami I cnuSd base an actton on my bowttt. was reciting. Ilsppily I tW and lodsy I am a wrll "Now. children," she said, "what are man. Durtnr the aln ynn bttnr mr4 I auflrred untold Casrarrts hands for?" your misery with Intern. I P'lrThmkatn I am you. frrr 'mm all that "To keep clean," was the prompt this ittomn,. You cD nr ihls In hhlf t4 reply. ua"r,rt humanity. B. V. PUher, Roan-AeIU. "Yes," repeated the little teacher, Plt.M. Po-- At. Ts.ta r.oM. "hands were given us ro we rou!d l"c Sr sue. iol lk Th. N,va., keep thetn clean, and 'member, too," J C C ". t n tah!- -l atamt Omiu-Iw'- i -it ewra or your auary batk. we mtiM ke p (ur feet Mio aiuc-ciU3Q ciean. cause mere might te an accident" Metropolitan Magazine. "wt " '" r Mi IMS ,M erl It.. fc' t, I ,,,,, I,4 ti ,ffHO-t."U r"- -. ra-t- i .!., wl-l- l I them cure children of 1 i A n n po-'o- f. bona thp 5"tutrl ' oiher.s l.p.rier up." Iml'i.JIr.K by in'cr'rii e the j r. I ! .i.imi T! Vi,'"S. f,ce comtii'tK e : r ;. 1 j tb" I - J I tiyn. j wav ly 1 a j - aofin? "A b'ie says: Mo., condition was terrible. I was in lv !iity bed for six weeks Ml! and could not move owing to intense pain in my back. My feet and limbs were swollen and urine scant and distressing. After taking doctor's treatments without relief, J began with Doan's Kidney Pills. They me up in a hurry." "See here, my dear sir! Didn't I straightened Remember the name Doan's. tell you not to drink with your meals?" all dealers. 50 cents a For sale "But, doctor, be reasonable. I have box. Foster-MUbur- by Co., Buffalo, N. Y. to eat some time." "My - vnfu and Ken Iriek 7. Tho nembJy me l In joint, session on 27 lOH YEARS. Clfat Ct VV.M tn-n- ca-r-- Kennet, tr i f. j e, or j The Ivr.orrat Mud lor State 8 nator John P. Kendrbk. In t?ta Cl.itk P t eivi ( It votes and Kendrb k 7. In Hi" Clark re Jive ' AT r D lauiis, tno t Clark Gofs Back to Senate. Cboenne, Vo. The vote on TuesIn day of tie! Wo!".itiK olis'.aturo ured the ebction of Pr.lfed States Senator D. C. Clark to succeed bim-sel- lre.-,,j,f.- CH coat I duced in the house by William E. See-l- y of Emery county, increasing the state poll tax from $2 to $4, was ki.led. Senate bill No. 31. by Kelly, relating to Indebtedness of cities and towns for water, light and sewers, was oassed. The creation of a public utilities j commission, with Jurisdiction over all In the public service corporations sfate. Is authorized by a bill Introduced In the senate on Monday by Senator Padger of Salt Lake. The bill gives the commission executive powers over the corporations specified with r.fereneo to f.xlng standards of rates to be charred, adjusting difference Ht:d regulating the bus noss of the corpon.th ns. The Mil gets fnrt in great detail the various duti-'and powrs of the commission and the manner of procedure In the which may be brought before It for adJtid:c-i!'oor ccirection. The pom- m'ssion is tn consVt of, theee lnet.l- n pfoini I by fie governor. t.g, The state dairy and food pomml lener Is to hive an increase In h'i salary of fom $1.(" to 12,410 p r nn- nnm d ti .1 will r,1i...h in the conduct of his offlc'... lowers no- - I'o-tn ion mi rouueeii uy reqiiesi, nn f,.twtit- t,r- l,v Siilri'iif tti,,l-'i-comes a law. To give I'tah a state cappol bull. to cu.-- t $2.:,fio.noo Is the Intent of! Senator Cbaib s i:. Marks' blil inint- - j Juri J In the f tiate on Monday. j An act to protect local real editn men by requiring fore'gn buibPnK and loin roinpsnleo to furnish ! n. Ity b- fore doing !uini in the sta'e of! t'tah. Was Ir'toduced In Pie lower! house of the f.ta'o ! slatitr en M I j i'a' by It. pri seutatlve DaMqniM of i j Salt Lake-Tb" pr ef t law relat irs ft j.roTn-rijnt ill b a tie r i- - j rub, i ' t l earni.-htd if a Mil t ti entoil !n the rertftti Mo, dav loeo,i.os a law. Tl e prr Ji n I M- Hill' Mint' tit p'OVilles that BTIV tl cdrii s owiiiir to a ip ' r.dant ni j aerved ii lh!s slate jh s.i't,-- . Bioris. w !:(:!i mi h Inib b:clti"ss mlrei 1 i It no n,--? li.i'ili.g up the dhlr,i 'Vri.tiC li jej'tp eti ih .hil-i- f en's to- - In di I'.. (n-t-- ue ue u:iiniii.nam I as is or the controversy, tie referred to the courts of Disnlrt of Columbia for settlement. I your liIn.oni. fnay y'VA ii ha. f,;,, I I li i . te it drops," rep!-"He di-- cot J,n to-sji'atfei.-- ! up fillin' hit fountain rt 'i." Im-Ii- i Mit. Ike 1 "Las' eviiiin' tdtcatutri' down wiirn'i Mfatnl Prown. i teardrops MK m.1,1 patent or trademark. Five bills were Introduced la the senate on Monday, January and lour in the house. The bill intro- No Dem--x-rat- bills were Intro-lucein the house on Tuesday, January 24, and four new measures made Mieir appearance in the senate. Four measures were rejected by the house and one in the senate. A new pure food law was introduced in the lower houso Tuesday afternoon by Kepresentalive Clarence Li Funk of Cache county. Among th most impotrant provisions of the acl ire: Inspection of creameries, dairies, cheese factories and condensed milk factories, labeling of soda fountain syrups which are flavored with irtiflclal flavoring extracts; prohibiting the use of any kind of dye in coloring foods to conceal damage or regulating (daughter houses ind packing plants according to sanitary methods, and providing standard measures In the sale, of milk. Speaker IS. W. Hobinson, having been called to Logan with Governor Spry on important busines, was from Tuesday's session of the House and Mr, Wootton of Utah acted as speaker pro fui. Senator W. C. Horsley of Box Elder on Tuesday introduced a measure giving city courts jurisdiction over civil actions ' arising in counties in which the defendants are residents. The defendants to the action must be residents of the county in which the court is held. The committee on ngticuliure of tho house recommends that house bill No. 18, by Harshberger, relat'ng to the sinking of wells in dry farming terriafter amendment. tory, be passed, Tho proposed amendment reduced the slate appropriation fcr the purpose rrom Jlo.OOO to 57.500. In a bill introduced In the senate on Tuesday, Senator Christopher Purton, Jr., of Davis, declares oflic'nl war on weeds. The measure makes it obligatory on all persons owning land along the right-of-waof any artificial waterway cr adjacent to any reservoir, to cut down all weeds growing along the sides of the streams or reservoirs. Senator George Kelly of Weber Tuesday Introduced a bill repealing the present law which provides that cities and municipalities shall not specify In plans for the construction of any public improvements the exclusive use of any article protected by y northern markets. Result in Colorado. Denver, Colo. With the sixty-siDemocratic .members of the legislature hopelessly divided on the selection of a successor to tnc late Vnlted States Senator Charles J. 11 tml.es, A Sample Quip. Jr., tho first ballot was taken In spd nrate session on Tuesday. The "Thomas W. Thanksgivvote was divided among nina was a very pood ing prnclafit.-.tlci- i piece of orator i .1 writing." said a persons, only three of wtiom had pre- lUiston bnnkei m,ii s alvmj i, vlously announced their candidacy for full of qii'in. the senatorshlp. In addition to thene seven lavori'e "Not long cn sons attended the fu- - nine, A Shrewd Answer. .. . .. ' . t. t ... .. . I .. .. tr u ii r, ii.. in i,. r ii n .ii in'i.viieu wen ill jatuiiiijoiii-the In advertisement no Among of thoso real high fltiuntit rs" whesij I'Uuiican wno votes. urpuoiican Kngllfh paper there recently appear- low mill, nil, l,dMiti Iovcm iu lurn (j,,. member was e.usent. ed the foioAiiig: "The g nUctnan light !!. who found a purse wl:h money In Pinchot Still After Balllnger. I 4 at the ruiteral a Utile tdrvet la requested to forward late. mim I tiH.k a M'iit Law son bevji,. Secretary Palliugcr's It to the address t,f the Inter, u. he and w are ije ermia'd to keep op;inetits was recognized. "'Dow f;ir na i, 0 f,.rt,.,. prne?" tPe Isxue Involved In the P..il'i;t InA few d.ivg later this n ply controvert-before th" peoi ler-nodding th towards serted: "The recognized In the ptiM ,t. wblp-reback: ple. P.allittizer I lmMir ha lieen vinwho J liked up a purse la Purfurd fyiiiau dicated by the report from the joint Street requests the loser to tall at nnd now congressional OTi.mit'.c-bouse."-bis i:cbatiKr. An Optical llti sion. Uth the secretary and EIKS EXCURSION TO LOS AN "I Vpe.k jii.io-in recuniiiii uo.ng I:.,!tuj Plnkley Mil February Backache in most cases is kidney-achand usually accompanied by Irregularities of the urine. To remove the pain and weakness, you must cure the kidneys. Do so with Doan's Kidney Pills. J. E. Dunlap, of nb-;e- Kill Ton and a Halt of Geese. Willows, Cal. Five hundred and eighty geese, . weighing over 3,000 pounds, were shlpiied from this city, Tuesday, representing one day's kill of the Glenn county market hunters. Five men, William Ilolanka, two Joseph brothers and two Cavier brothers, killed the whole lot. The recent storms have made Clenn county fields a nieica for thousands of geese, and the five named hunters, by the trse of decoys, had no trouble In bagging them, ftslng large bore guns. Tho game wag shipped to southern and y 1 .000 down. Approximately ni lonir. every mil,. In hi 1,1 uiih mil. Weighing K3 Hounds to the v.ml. The rise or fall does tint exceed U2 feci to the utile even when crossing t lie S Its bridges are of steel and concrete. 1:6 modern stations, most.y of Spanish type, are very aiiistic and exceptionally attractive. The passen-Ke- r equipment is all steel and the cars are tlcarkally lighted. The scenery rivals that of the famous lllo Grande. lu connection with the IK nver & Tlio Grande, through tourist and stand ard sleeping cars are operated dr.ily between Ivnver and San Francisco. Close train connections are made at Salt Lake City, east and wehtb jund. In- Fleeing From Plague, Peking. The weekly express from Hankow on Tuesday crowded wa8 with refugees. These Included college professors, military officers, the Italian minister, minor diplomats nnd persons of means, who find the moment convenient for vacation or retirement. The bubonic plague, which had its first victim here several days ago, and, it is believed, many since, Is the primary cause of the exodus. No new cuses of bubonic plague were report-f- l here, but the opinion Is held at the l gations that the Chinese are not reporting Illness, and nre possibly secreting the bodies. - The New Western Pac fic Rsilroad. The transportation event of 1'JIO was the completion and opening for freight and passenger trtilllc of fie Western racillc railway, the Puciiic coast extension of the Denver & Klo Grande rnllroad. The Western Pacific is conceded to be the best new railroad ever laid chil- AlthouKh he was suffering from During the next three months, the bill boards of the Vnlled States will display 20,01)0 etlncuilonal posters on to an an tuberculosis, according uotiiieomcnt made by the National As sociation for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis. This w ill conclude the campaign bo. Bun a year ago, when the National Fill! Posters' ttSNOclaatlun donaled fret space lo (he tuberculosis cause, the I'obter Priniors' osstielat ion offered free prlnfiuj;, and nine paper manu facturers nave the iier lor the posters. The ctduliiiied value of these several donations fur this l hree nuuitU ?ampaiKu is nearly $luO,o.m. The posters me in six tli.Terent deIkus find Hie all printed In three colors. They are seven feet wide mid nine reel hlfcli. Already nearly, 2,500 of these posters have been hun en the bill boards of 40 different titles, and it Is planned to distribute 20,0)0 more beitue April 1 In over 400 towns snd titles. Any anti tuberculosis In the United Slates may receive free of charge, except for , as uuitiy of these posters as can be hung on the hoard In its territory. The National asso( lation with ,I,e "' '' committee of the Na. Clonal llilposiers ;md Distributors are ;ondut!iiR the campaign. The poster flow In graphic form bow fresh nir. good food, and rest cure tuberculosis; biiw bud air, overwork and closed windows lead to consumption; nnd how the careless consumptive menaces the health of his family by split it,g on the floor. HTKNC'tl..H K N, five juries which will probably result Harrison gathered his children into his arms arid carried them out of the burning building. Educational Posters by the Thousand to Be Displayed All Over United States. CO., Salt Laka City While his wife and work. dren were gathered around him watching the operation, a spark from the kitchen range flew into the can, causing the powder to explode, setting the building alire, and frightfully burning all In the house. t BEING THD ONLY SEEDSMEN STAMPS Harrison, a Philander, employed In a coal mine here, was filling a small powder can preparatory to going to 1 M pabiiritr, a tic1 acu. I.ss'its tratd privstrlr ss in Ibeir sws b.me,. HIE KFF.LbY 134 W. Souls I.mpl. Slre.l, Salt Us. lilr. to recover. la expected st is RUBBER WEAK BACKS MADE STRONti. half a dozen A e Drunkenness and Opium Diseases. N In Both Branches Happenings Ninth General , Assembly. Spark from Stove Lights Can of Powder and Entire Family Fatally Injured. mi ' MAIN II. cake erne. uiAit MANENT CURE FOR PORTER-WALTO- mfalING WITH HIS DRINK. GOSSIP I - A POSITIVE and PER- Tbr LEGISLATIVE . 170 salt UTAH THE HOME IN ror Nahcotic WW I ii ,'n tl m t- sii-!- i - tire iin rc; I r- . " k Mv fir at y., :t a LstJy h.?rl.; its of the Is a eradm school at Sii in'o'i, Va langi;a;f'S snd can u be. - ',r-- li. I Hl-- , Mary Itildafn si ieril p a g in if tc ej t . ! a 11 i I - t("l fi I' ' - " ' i fo-'- ' I ' I .'i to 5"els t f arol i e l t,i an " I r h fi' (m-'- - ' n so T - ' loi '. ii : ; yr i t., ) ; vi? - t '. t I - it I ttr.fl f ; a r''i-- KetcHa"s Mur-Jjrsr- li y t I. I'd i ffl l., ot . ojforto vs for Prul C'e'iie -- 'If foii'ii III r f rl ;it Ketch' 1. t' e pitji'isl, nnd v c nxr.l a! spi'al. v.. k. if t'fir ImpTii-on-inen-- n t3oi ''! ft c rife v f. f. s to il l i, the , fl.e fl 'r da') f; f hv The Co'v.ttfd. s Y.n I t:r;lbnier-- t will of bU is el ci"l to I' sve r lul r" re d. of Salt Lake fit!-I- f Siiee .Oil in s f.;i lit ce in the b I t firoM!r-the r'fnal r'gats of nerrroes ftii pi- s Jl of (i! r rse s at tbea:e-y- , r ta loibcr find of'ter died 'gi:;nr which ca'er to the pntiiic trade 'lots iliirs tUttil , An Irdicat on, T!. a; o'r,tn of a tcvi n',e rny dal'y ' Cu ltrs.cn Agiin Chjten. "Ik ycu thins they a?;'ovd of my fr.e." to re vi?'e the pre pe nt system erinon?" the riely a; po'n'el Atisfli, Tetiis - Charba A. CaPier-o- of laxaCon and fi make a fonipli'e "Tb wenvnip, In i as notniti'ied In h 'h bous's of rppcrt. si'li rerommend:loria to th rector, l.ejxful that b'; had mil" a " n I sen 1ei r 'Tb'TP's 'he briiiature on Tiffday to tenth leelsU'lve asernbly, s provide jood flse 4 rs4 tmm tins f flnre- - th iiiceesl himself as I fitted State an-or- . In a bil InfrrHpiced "Yes, I think so." replied Vi wife; Jn the state ere alts, Irmr, s4 fall mt Siaaaaa Tbens wer no otber "they were all nullinz." on Friday by Senator Carl A. imtr of Salt Lake. it:i ler r. p'i r rt i .. . 1 ' t Mar'bfi'ld, j 1 J mif an , lisif Iffrr t'h tl," Jji Mi", t;l if. eljl-ld I j.'i t,s' k i " p f'.ejj t. It,., c; re; 1, ?f l ji-- l fe l th it -- ' V.j'it P s I r n "fi-ftra;--Ni.tsf.'ti ite a rorti -- n of ('1- I ; . 1 i J CeriT. Tb' te is a fi re tie dep 'ri.T of Favitte I'ni'.fy, Pi rms .nn.i - f 1 i i N: forf pc tf el onsl-ps-;"- , Sour ShiTwf h,Ii3rrfr,K'3 v5r ms,CrrrA;!"!cn5 rmrrisfi-'Vssrsa- iicyti jl LOSS OF SLEEP tC Sirmse S ojtiiit'ir The CtTAi- ot sen-a'- e Bad-t?p- r. Jr. 'nrntitH - wrote, fhsa , cid? Exact Copy of Wrappetw For Ovor Thirty Year s - Nirvv VOMK. i Ta Vl. In . M mm wa assnaaa asssMasta, awsa aa area.