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THE Growing Old Gracefully BLAMES rs.,YVviA'. g row- Who the race of life? Is it the man who is weak , tired all the time ? An athlete trains for every race. A man is as strong as his bloc and as old as his arteries. MaL.. your blood redder, your health better by taking that old fashioned blood tonic sold fifty years ago and still "good as gold" namely. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. Sold by all druggists, or send 10c. to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y., for a trial package. San Francisco, Cal. "There is nothing bo helpful to old persons whose kidneys are weak and who are n ell and need a tonic ( something to give them an appetite) as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovtook it and ery. My father-in-lawas greatly benefited ; it seemed to pot new life in him." Mrs. John Jackson, 1703 Oakdale Avenue. run-dow- w Do you know you can roll 50gopd cigarettes for lOcts from one bag of GENUINE BULfDURHAM TOBACCO PETROLEUM JELLY For sores, broken blisters, bonus, cuts and all skin irri- tations. Also innumerable toilet uses. CHARGES THAT RATES ARE PROHIBITIVE MADE BEFORE NATIONAL SHIPPERS' BODY. New York Boosting Business. my rich wife Rives me $5 whenever I give her a kiss." "Well, deliver a cargo and let's go to the "Yen, races." "Cold In the Head" an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Those eubjRct to "cokla In the head" will find thatfrequent the ue of HALL'S CATAMiH MEDICINK will build up the System, clcansa the Blood and render them lera liable to colds. Repeated attacks of Acute Catarrh may lead to Chronic Catarrh. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is taken Internally end arts through the Wood on the Muroua Surfaces of the Svsj-tettuia rediirlni? the Inflammation and rextoiin normal conditions. All DniiTKlsts. Circulars free. F. 1. Cheney ft Co.. Toledo, Ohio. la Mm. The Human Comptometer. Knlcker 1 you count the HJXXHIK? r.nckcr No. it takes nil my time to count (lie conk. Mrs. The Cuticura Toilet Trio, Tlnvlng cleared your .kitt keep it clear by making Cuticura your every-dn- y toilet preparations. The soap to cleanse and purify, the Ointment to soothe and heal, the Talcum to powder and No toilet table Is complete without them. 25c everywhere. Adv per-fume- Trouble of the Rich. Dives told his troubles. "I.nznru wants the crumb and the neighbors want the cm." hf complained. Nldht aod Morala. Havm Strong, Healthy tym, II they Tircltch, Smarter Burn, if Sore, Irritated, Inflamed or Granulated, use Murine aftrn. Soothes, Refreshes. Safe for Infant or Adult. At all Druptdsts. Write for t Er Hmtiy CCUc free Eye Book. Ke-tn- COMPLETES WORK Our reasonable prices ease the way. 11 President Informs Committee of Senators of His Decision. Washington. President Harding informed a committee of senutors Monday that he had decided to call the h congress In extraordinary session Monday, April 11. In the meantime, the president will formulate his program of tax and tariff revision and other domestic legislation which he will recommend in his first message to the new congress the day after It assembles. Whether he will read his message to congress as did President Wilson, or revert to the written communication of the presidents from Jefferson to Taft, Mr. Harding has not decided. sixty-sevent- BEING ENACTED. JEWELERS ytL BOYD PARK. MJXj for the Chicago. llesioiislbility high prices of foodstuffs was ascribed to railway rates by speakers on Monday before Hie national shippers' conference called with a view to bringing about ti reduction of railroad rates. Speakers said: "Cabbage selling in Chicago for 7 cents a pound Is sold for $:J.50 ton In Texas, and oranges are rolling in California under signs reading: Too cheap lo sell; help yourself.' " The conference, representing farmers, manufacturers, miners and others, rejected a proposal that a permanent organization be formed to be known us the National Organization of Shippers and Consumers, but indicated resolutions )t protest would be sent to congress and to the railroad executives. Livestock men, railway officials and men representing the railroad brotherhoods were among those who spoke. "I nm a farmer, but I can't produce unless I can transport," said J. It. Howard, president of the American Farm liureau federation, who was chairman. "I am a consumer, but I can't consume unless things are transported to me. The schedule of transportation charges Is prohibitive. They must come down. "To send a bushel of corn from Omaha to New York costs as much as the farmer gets for it on the Missouri river." K. II. Cunningham, representing the "Iowa Farm ttureau federation, declared "farmers are 'helpless and agriculture Is flat on its back in the gutter." Iowa corn, he said, cost the farmer 22 cents a bushel to Chicago, where he gets 38 cents, notwithstanding that It cost 93 cents a bushel to produce. Glen Plumb, author of the Flumb officials of the plan, said twenty-thre- e Pennsylvania railroad received 100 per cent more lu salaries than the twenty-thre- e highest government officials, Including the president. "The railroads," he said, "were allowed an Increase in rates of 10 per cent to cover wage adjustments." Since then, he added, the railroads have reduced the number of employees about 30 per? cent, so that the railroad payrolls are less in money paid out than they were when the increuses were allowed. SIXTY-TWSESSION LASTED DAYS, MANY NEW LAWS 166 MAIN STRT Merged and Member-shiReduced for the Sake of Economy. All "Freak" Bills But One Defeated. Some Bureaus CCW2TC this year 9LLL;9 ARE CHEAPER The cost of the seed is very small compared with the value of the cmp you raise. 'J hut's why qualify is more imixirtaut than price when you buy seed. You can depend on HDi VOCELER'S PURITY SEEDS E29 Protect you against loss. Ask your neighbor. Most likely he has been using them for thirty years. Our Clover, Wheut. Alfalfa, Oats and Barley are grown in the mountain volleys of Utah and Idaho; they insure bigger crops of better quality. Send fur ttftfl catalog. VOGELER SEED COMPANY mmm .Mill? 5ffffianul Sctentif iccoueciorr G "i uKe V General Manager of HonestDeM jf I jllRoomsContinentalBanKB'iii.rSi oTr7?r Lake City. Utah W'ui'K y& Jsait WALKER'S BEAUTY PARLOR. Switch transformations worth S12 for $3. SO. Switches worth $7.50 for to, by mail. Cut sample from center of head. 320 South Main. CLEANERS & DYERS. " Service. Quality. Clothes Insured. Work guaranteed. We pay return postage. list on Price request. Myers Cleaners & Dyers, 114 E. Broadway. Dry Cleaning by Parcel Post. Send your suits, dresses, coats, etc. to us for "Master Cleaning and Dyeing." Salt's Lake's leading cleaners. We pay return charges. Regal Cleaning sfc E. 2nd So. Dyeing Co., 156-16- 0 MONUMENTS. Write for catalog. Standard Marble & Granite Co., 117 W. Broadway. TYPEWRITERS: New and rebuilt, repaired and exchanged. Ribbons and carbons for all makes. UTAH TYPEWRITER EX.. CO., Dept. F. RUBBER STAMPS & STENCILS. Seals and ear tags also mede. Send for samples, prices, Salt Lake Stamp Co., 65 W. Broadway. etc. SALT LAKE BUSINESS COLLEGE. Save lodging : work after school ; enroll anytime. an bour cleaning and shampooing rugs. Vacuum furnished free, ales. Dodge Bros., M E. First South, Salt Lake. J7.70 CREAM BOUGHT. Best prices. Western Creamery Co.. 244 W. Fourth South. MUSICAL INSTRUMENT. e. Daynes-Beebknewa ia mosla. Everything Salt Lake City. E. BATS Writ fj&rices. Bet tiro charges prepaid, timythe Bat Factory, 116 2$. POULTRY BOUGHT. For best results ship poultry, eggs and game to Fulton Mkt. Correct Write for prices. returns. weight. Prompt OLDSMOB1LE DISTRIBUTORS. Cars tracks. Used car bargains. A. E. Tourssen, 447 S. Main. 41 1 1 Piston Rings UiU cure your motor troubles. i'lstoii hingCo.. ISrji Fourth South RUBBER HOSPITAL. We cure injured rubber srticles. Boots. Shoes. Hot Water bottles. Tires, Tubes, etc. Satisfaction gusranteed. Return charges prepaid. Western Rubber Sales Co.. 134 E. Broadway. Salt Lake. ELASTIC STOCKING MFRS. Manufacturer abdominal. Maternity supporters. Truss Utters. S. H. Bowmar Co., Brooks Arcada, WELDING. ALTO RADIATORS A Machinery built slid repaired. Best snd cheapest. Potter Welding & Repairing Co.. 5M South State. L7d7s. business COLLEGE. School of Efficiency. All commercial branches. Catalog free. 60 N. Main St.. Salt Lake City. MD FITTING COKSLT PARLORS. Specialist in designing, making, fitting corsets. Hemstitching, embrotdrring, braiding, accordiofl snd side plesting. buttons made. 40 E. bdwy. MARIN ELLO BEAUTY PARLOR. Hsir goods snd Marlnello prepsratlons. Msil orders solicited. Clift Bldg.. Salt Lake City. Utah. p Suit I.nke City. The fourteenth, session of the Utah state legislature came to ti close tit 5:57 o'clock Saturday afternoon, March 12, after having exceeded the time limit by two days. day session 127 Puling the sixty-tw- o 0III3 were introduced in the senate and 211 in the house. Legislation which will revolutionize the several doparlinents of the state has been enacted. The first of these measures Is the creation of a department of finance and purchase, which turns over a number of boards and commissions and makes the one department responsible for a number of things, all purchases for tile state having to bz made through this dethe govpartment and centralizing ernment in tills branch. Another creates the department of registration and in rids department is centered a number of commissions and boards, which does away with a number of others. Still another department is that of agriculture, which was one of the new bureaus to be created and which, like the others, takes over several old boards and commissions. Changes have been made in the state board of equalization and assessment, the number comprising that body being reduced from four to three. In the state road commission the law has been completely changed, the new commission being composed of three, all of whom must be practical men, instead of the former commission, which was composed of the governor, secretary of state, auditor of state, attorney general and the state engineer. In the land office the greatest change has been made. Under th law the board consisted of five members, while the new law creates a board, with all the authority which heretofore was vested in a commission of five. Authority heretofore vesting in the state board of health has been materially turtailed, while some commissions have been merged in with the board. Among the greater changes that have been made In departments outside of the creation of new ones. Is In the office of the state superintendent of public Instruction, where a number of useless offices have been abolished and the functions of the superintendent, which had been usurped, returned to him. The powers of the state board of education have been enlarged. Changes have also been made In the motor vehicle law, new license fees provided, greatly Increasing the tax placed on. auto owners. Another bond Issue amounting to $1,000,000 Is authorized for the maintenance of the roads and to carry out Another bond e existing' contracts. of $5)0,Hi. Is authorized to care fur a deficiency In the general fund created under the last administrat- Aspirsn You must say "Bayer" Warning! Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablet, you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for 21 years and proved safe by millions. Accept only an "unbroken package" of "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," which contains proper directions for Colds, Headache, Pain, Toothache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Neuritis. Lumbago. Handy tdn boxes of 12 tablet coet but a few cents Larger package, aaplrln laths trade mark of Bayer manufacture nf Monoacatlcacldester of Sallcyllcaol Occasionally a little sin grows up, DIDN'T LAST LONG ENOUGH marries and raises a large family. Possibly the "Woman in the Sky" CREAM FOR CATARRH Didn't Use a Really Good Kind of Feather. OPENS UP NOSTRILS Two little tots were still trying out Ohristinus sleds although it was a week or more after the holiday and In one minute your clogged nostrils the short hill down which they were will open, the air passages of your coasting was entirely devoid of snow head will clear and you can breathe in spots. They would slide along for freely. No more hawking, snuffling, a few feet until they came to a bare blowing, headache, dryness. No strug- spot, drag their sleds over the barren gling for breath at night ; your cold place to the next patch of snow and or catarrh will be gone. repeat. "Where does the snow come from?" Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from your druggist now. Apply the smaller of the two children, a boy a little of this fragrant, antiseptic of about four suddenly asked. "My mother says it is some woman healing cream in your nostrils, it penetrates through every air passage of way up in the sky shaking her pillows the head,' soothes the Inflamed of until the feathers fall out," was the swollen raucous membrane and relief naive reply of his companion. "Well," exclaimed the boy, after a comes Instantly. thoughtful pause, "I wish her feathers It's Just fine. Don't stay stuffed-uwith a cold or nasty catarrh. Relief wouldn't melt." . comes so quickly. Adv. Appropriate Meeting Place. Cows Highly Prized. Rev. Ambrose Dunkel, pastor of the The cows of Periguex, France, which Tabernacle l'resbyterlan church, had serve not only as milk givers, but as occasion Sunday to make an announcedraft animals, are highly prized by ment regarding a meeting of some of their peasant owners, and nothing that the young folk immediately after can- - add, to the comfort of the valuchurch. The church is occupying a able animals is neglected. They are trilll'WI HI J UUllUlllg Ul X 1111 LJflHll 111 protected from the annoyance of and Central, so that mentioning a swarms of files which infest that part stove In this story must not be cond strued as lack of progress. of France by quaint "The young folk who .were to have veils which cover the entire head and hang down almost to the ground. The met last Wednesday wiH meet in the veils themselves are works of art, with chapel immediately after church. Mr. long silky fringes of varying hues, or Wood will meet you at the stove in borders of crocheted lace. In schools the chapel a very appropriate meetwhich are aided by the Junior Red ing place." Indianapolis News. Cross of America, French children are Wonderful Collections of Violins. taught to crochet, and so can make these useful veils. What is probubly the finest collection of violins In the world, says a correUnknown Iceland. spondent, was left by the late Dwrlght Iceland lying Just south of the Arc- J. Partello of Washington. It contains tic circle. In the latitude of central only thirty instruments, but four are Alaska, Norway, Sweden and Finland, by Stradivarlus, two by Guiseppe Gunr-nerlu-s, Is little known. The people are a sturthree by Nicolo Amati, and one dy lot or they -- would not be there. by Carlo Bergonzi, which a world famThere is possibly no other people who ous violinist has called the most exare so uniformly Intelligent and well quisitely toned instruments In the Its mountains, of which world. Every one of the violins is a educated. ion. there are an abundance, provide It perfect specimen and the whole colA measure was passed which makes with a lection Is valued at a quarter million great amount of water-powethe senate consist of twenty senators which Its people are just now about dollars. from thirteen districts and the house to utilize. to be made ttp of fifty-fivrepresenta-- ' Frequent Anger. tlves, with Salt returning sis Truth may be stranger than Action, "Weren't you angry with him when senators and sixteen members of the hut some liars make It hump ItsNlf to he kissed you?" house. "Oh. yes every time." keep ahead. While the old law providing for a bond Issue of $l,0fO.OUO wm repealed, owing to the fact that the government did not provide a similar amount, a bill was passed which provides for and authorizes a bond Issue for the purpose authorized In the soldier net of Utah. IVrlinps more freakish legislation whs proposed by this legislature than iny other since statehood. There were five measures presented, one In the iriuite, which, has become a law, and 'our in the house, ail of which met one-ma- Tells How to Get Quick Relief from Head-ColdIt's SplendidI p n hand-crochete- r, e CHraSFSfOOPG?! MFG. CO. Str""" J1 BOYD PARK Foodstuffs Said to Be Rotting on Farms While People in Cities Go Without Because Growers Are Unable to Ship. IS APPROVED RETREADING. Quality and VULCANIZING service. Standard Tirs Work. 1161 So. State. Ten Northern Idaho Counties Will Proceed to Organize State. P.oise, Idaho. Coventor Ihtvis on March I I pave his approval to the resorption authorizing the appointment of a commission to direct the secession movement of the ten northern Idaho counties. This resolution was passed by the legislature. Lieutenant Governor Moore, president of the senate, nnd Peter G. Johnston, speaker of the hoHse, authorized to appoint the stated that they would not name the members until they have had tin opXrtunlty to confer Willi members of the legislature from northern I.htho. Inventors' Models Made. Key. lock snd gun repairing, knudson Novelty Co., SS So. Slats. SECESSION KSFU5TE SUBSTITUTXS Stat rrj UTAH LEGISLATURE Approfiate, lusting, appreciated EASTER GIFTS. Send your orders by limit. l'crl'clly Sufe. SPECIAL SESSION FOR APRIL tseline , FOR HIGH PRICES ing old NEPHI, UTAH. S, msesm L'WAYS Areyoa wins in TIMES-NEW- PLAN Sends New Note to Panama. Washington. A new basis of negotiations, believed by officials of the state department to be acceptable to both Panama and Cntn Kli'ii, In settlement of the'.r boundary dispute, was In u note dispatched to Panama Trasses, Abdoooinsl Supporters, hospital and sick Co. 166 S. Msin, The Jnnes-Oskroom suppl.te. SEE YOUR LOCAL PUBLISHER For lone lesf b.nurrs. speviai blanks, records wt all kinds. He girra Quality Service. ATTEND UTAH BUSINESS COLLEGE . iitiston HMg. For 1'raetieal Hii.inrw MOLEIt BARBER COLLEGE. Qualify as bar-b- cr .1 S. In fsw wetks. West Temple 8tr et. THE EMBROIDERY SHOP. XM Clift Bldg. Hemstitching, pirating, machine and band embroidering, buttons made, expert head work. ARTISTS' MATERIALS 8AVAI.K CO.. 12 Smith Main. Artists" finishing snd enlarging. terials, picture frsming, kodaks and ART CO- - picture ing, china painters and arust supplies. V66 C. R. kodak Fins ma- films. 'rawMain. SPECIAL RUSH SERVICE sersjred If yea sscntlen Ibis paper when writing shevs flrasa. INFORMATION DEPARTMENT outlined on Monday. Utah Mining Magnate Called. Provo, I'tnh. Jesse Knight, one of the lead'ng capitalists and mining men of the west, affectionately known as "I'liile Jesse" by thousands 111 Club, died t his home in Provo March 1 i, following a paralytic stroke. Mors Peace Plans Brewing. Ixmdon. Premier Lloyd George Is planning to begin nn earnest explora- tion of the avenues for an Irish settlement. This explains the unanimous peace offensive begun In Ihe London newspapers early in the week. Protect Note Sent to League. P.erlln. The government has addressed a note to the secretariat of the leninie of nations iirotcn: Inc the penalties Iwliig enforced by the tente for Germany's tumfulf limer.t of her reparations obligations. Commercial Information fnmlsbed fra of charge. Catalogues supplied and cosn mevclal inquiries rhcierfuily answarecJ- Writs) any firm shove! bo it nowt Its Appeal Grows! Many people InstantPostum .lea ill. The senate measure was the one of Senator Southwlck, the 'till, which was passed after a stormy h'hnte In both house and senate. I' provisions r re drastic. Efforts made by lie opponents of the measure to substitute another less drastic measure anti-cigaret- failed. The measure of Representative Parker of Cni'he county, which would save created a "blue" Sunday, was freak bill. This one prohibited til kinds of amusement o:i Sunday nnd 'voitid have closed all ball parks and ,1'ctilre then Ires, but It was killed by ;1," coiniiiitlce to which It was referred. Prohibition of the tenehinT of sectarian nnd certain other doctrines In the public schools is contained In bill passed. President Thomas K. McKay of the senate and Kieiiker E. It. Calllster of the house "aid farewell to their respective houses shortly after adjournment, the preiiding officer of the Upper house shaking hands with, everyone, nnd the speaker of the house doing likewise, but. Just prior to adjournment, speaking from the chair and thanking the members and employes for their courtesy and assistance. on-Uh- Then He'd Get IL tlu-rwas tnoucy roni.tisr to nit1." "Hub! Ill mllier hp tbnt "ort of Infoniintiott fnun it i:i.viiij teller." Uoatuti Trmifwriitt. "The fortiiiif-tflli- HiJ e An Old Habit. d "I woti'ler if men Imve nlwnya wive nbout Hip foml tbi-l- r nerved them." nlil Mm. IVimlpy. wi." i:bfil Urs. r.unipiia. "I kii" "You remember It martel wlih Alnni." Tbe Wat i liiiian Kxniiilnrr. rfiin-pialttf- British Forbearance. Mr. Hell, tbe Inventor of the telephone, la in tiiia eotinfry. At a meeting of tibn rll)er8 it whs derided that no artlon abould be taken, Hg It was not altogether bis fault. The I'assing Btiow (ljtidon). start to use temporarily in place of coffee or tea for health reasons. But they soon learn to love its rich flavor and its pure, wholesome qualities are so apparent that they adopt Postum as their regular mealtime beverage. ineres a Reason Sold by grocers everywhere Made by Postum Cereal Co., Inc., Battle Creek.rfich. Instant fa KJ " POSTUM A BEVERAGE s ODml rt, VhM sm.ll arui ml Hstsssss itum Caraal Comas.tr.