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A A WONDERFUL GAIN. Utah Pioneer Tells a Remarkable Story. J. W. Browning, 1011 2':a St., Ogden, a who crossed the juams in l48, suy.--, "Five years apo the doctors said 1 had diabetes. My kidneys were all out of order, I had to rise often at night, looked sallow, felt dull and listless and had lost 40 pounds. My back ached and I had Bpells of rheumatism and dizziness. Doan's Kidney Pills relieved me of these troubles and have kept me well for a year past. Though 75 years old, 1 am in good health." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Utah, Foster-Milbur- pioneer Co., Buffalo, N. Y. n Hard to Realize. "Mother," said a college student who had brought his chura home for the holidays, "permit me to present my friend, Mr. Specknoodle." Hts mother, who was a little hard of hearing, placed her hand to her ear. "I'm sorry. George, but I didn't quite catch your friend's name. You'll have to speak a little louder. I'm afraid." "I say, mother." shouted George, "I want to present Mr. Specknoodle." "I'm sorry, George, but Mr. What was the name again?" "Mr. Specknoodle!" George fairly yelled. The old lady shook her head sadly. "I'm sorry, George, but I'm afraid It's no use. It sounds just like Specknoodle to me." Everybody's Magazine. Medicine of Bamboo Sap. In India the sap of the female bam boo tree is used for medicinal purposes. "Tabasheer," or "banslochan," is sold in all Indian bazars, as it has been known from the earliest times as a medicinal agent. It is also known In Borneo, and was an article of commerce with early Arab traders of the east. Its properties are said to be strengthening, tonic and cooling. It has been analyzed and has been shown to consist almost entirely of silica, with traces of lime and potash. FrrAn Its remarkable occurrence in the hollows of bamboos the eastern mind has long associated it with miraculous powers. Shake Into Your Shoes . 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Oo.J; Pittsburgh phia Uohn T. Lewis & Ltd Oil Co. MINES AND MINING Ore is now being shipped at a lively rate from the Gilmore lead bonanza on Birch creek, in Fremont county, Idaho. Utah Consolidated stood the pressure of the heavy liquidation and beai selling better than almost any other active stock on the list. The work of retimbering the burned shaft of the Utah company's mine at Fish Springs is progressing steadily and it Vill not be long till it is finished. Big things are expected from the Oxarna Gold Mining company's mine, near Custer, Idaho, as soon as the snow disappears, and it is possible to start up the mill, which was installed last tall. After some time lost in securing and installing powerful equipment, the McDonald Ely company has started three shifts at work upon the Golden Gate shaft, and progress from now on should be redoubled. It has been demonstrated that the waters flowing through and from beneath the ore bodies of the Ely, Nevada district, are so thoroughly im pregnated with copper, that they are of high commercial value. Davenport is located between the new town of Farrel and Mazuma on a beautiful plat, well watered, at the mouth of Burnt canyon. Many valuable properties are developing in this section of Seven Troughs district. Some strong investors from Minnesota have been going over the iron deposits of Iron county, Utah, pretty in all thoroughly of late, gathering that remained unspoken for, and purchasing much that was owned by others. The latest acquisition to the district of Seven Troughs in the shape of a new camp is the town of Farrell, situated about seven miles northeast of Vernon, and located at the entrance to what has been known as Stone House canyon. A strong combination of well known Salt Lakers has been formed for the purpose of taking over a gold and copper proposition in the noted old Bullion district of Nevada. The property is located about one and half miles from Tenabo. There is plenty of money in tht East, more than ever before in the history of the country, and it is anxious to be placed right; but when it conies to being placed upon a mining stock scheme, it is very timid. The easterners have to be shown. DeLamar, Idaho, is taking on new life. Since the new cyanide mill has proved to be such a success the demand for men is increasing. The demand is being met only in part. Each stage comes in loaded with men who are to be put to work immediately. Fire has broken out in No. 4 stope of the Comox mines, in British Columbia. No loss of life occurred, the large staff of miners making their es miners are emcape. Over 1000 ployed in the mine alone, where R. Dunsmuirs Sons mine the bulk of their coal product in the Comox dis p Js Libby'sVeal Loaf With Beef and Pork Do you like Veal Loaf? Yon will surely be delighted with Libliv V;"r1. made from choice fresh meats, in T.t'-v- ' spotless kitchens. It is pure, wholesome and delicious in flavor. lr dy for StMlng At Once. nh sattce li in appetUtog garnished or dinner. luncheon lor entrfp Ask for MMf irW (MtlllC I !! rr Llhby, McNeill Chicago A lla Libby SUMMARY FELT ENVY PANGS. ALMOST The strike of Journeymen carpenters of Newark, N. H., May 1, ended on the 29th in & full victory for the men. T. F. Eckman killed Leah Boyer at s resort near Chicago and then suicided, because the girl refused to marry him. An entire family of six negroes were drowned near Honey Grove, Texas, as a result of the sudden rise of a creek. Salary advances averaging 10 per cent all around have been granted by the Burlington to employes over the entire system. were killed Three persons by asphyxiation and another was overcome in a Lawton avenue rooming house, St. Louis. While ferrying a man across the North Platte river the boat turned turtle and Archie Sheldon of Galloway, Neb., was drowned. t The passenger fare bill has been approved by Governor Den-eeof Illinois. This bill makes a t a mile limit on all straight railroads in Illinois. As the result of a collision of trolley cars at Elyria, Ohio, on Decoration day, four people were killed and thirteen seriously injured, eight ot Trhom will probably die. The absolutist regime is now in full operation in Portugal. King Charles has signed a number of decrees granting subsidies and increasing the salaries of civil servants, etc. two-cen- n two-cen- George Burnham, Jr., former general counsel of the Mutual Reserve Life Insurance company, who is now serving a term in Sing Sing for grand larceny, is to have a new trial. The case against Mrs. Cramer, charged with the murder of her husband at Page, N. D., last February, has been dismissed. Two juries disagreed, the last one being out 94 hours. The appeal of Count Boni de against the decision of the court, granting a divorce to his wife, has again been postponed. It probably will not be heard until December. The fate of the two lieutenants of engineers who ascended from Alder-shoEngland, in a balloon on May 28, during a review in honor of Prince a Fushimi of Japan, still remains mystery. The state senate of New York by a vote of 38 to 8 passed the Assembly bill providing for a recount of the ballots cast in the McClellan-Hears- t mayorality election of 1905 in New York city. Miss Philander Swinnen, 30 years old, believed to be demented, shot and killed her mother, attempted to kill her father and then set fire to her garments and was burned to death at their home in Chicago. The Russian famine committee has notified its representatives in London and New York that the time has arrived to cease agitation for foreign subscription, as Russia now is able to care for her own people. What is believed to be evidence of a brutal murder was discovered at the trict. Ryan soap works in Cincinnati. The ore mutilated and almost completely conis copper sulphide grade High, now being encountered in the tunnel sumed body of a man was found in the furnace of the factory. on the property of the Ogden Buck-horSalvador San Felippe, a well known Mining company, which is operItalian agriculturist residing near ating mines in Cold Water canyon, was murdered San Sunday Jose, just east of Ogden. The tunnel was run for 260 feet and, at a depth of 225 morning at about 9:30 o'clock by his feet from the surface, the rich ore brother, Felippo. The murder was was struck. the result of a quarrel between the brothers. To secure the repeal of the troublesome Apex law, the source of nearly Rensational reports Concerning between all the litigation that has harassed about expectations of war owners of mines, will be the aim of a Mexico and Gautemala, Ambassador committee appointed by President J. Creel of Mexico said: "There is H. Richards of the American Mining nothing pending and no reason for Congress. This committee will draft any fear of war between the two coun. a vertical side line law which will do tries." ;way altogether with extra lateral Dispatches received from Mellila, rights. Morocco, says that the rebellion or Shipments from the mines and the Pretender has routed the Sultan's leases of Goldfield district are averagtroops with great loss. The latter's ing about 1,500 tons per week. The troops are said to be in full retreat Combination, Jumbo and Mohawk with the Pretender's forces following mines are regularly in the market, closely. and some leases which are steady state The monthly comparative contributors are the Frances Dump, ment of the government receipts and Loftus-Davis- , McNaughton, Mohawk for May, , Oddie, Truett expenditures shows that Jumbo, and Quartzlte. 1907, the total receipts were $57,488,- After two weeks' trial at Denver, a 012, and the expenditures $48,912,800, a surplus 'fot the month of decision was given in favor of the leaving $8,575,212. Stratton Independence Mining comThe investigation of the New York pany, limited, of Ixmdon, Eng., and police department in connection with Ms lessees In the suit of the Portland Gould divorce case has disclosed the to recover the Gold Mining company value of about $500,000 for gold ores no criminal evidence against any of JlegiQd to have been taken by the de the officers involved, according to a fendants from ground in the Cripple statement made by Police CommisCn-edistrict owned by the plaintiff. sioner Bingham. The second payment of $10,000 was The French minister of marine has made on the Daisy mine at Neal, Ida- received advices to the effect that the cruisei bulkheads of the French ho, last week. The property was purchased- some months ago by George Chanzy, that went ashore on one of F. Both of Rochester, N. Y., and his the Saddle Islands, May 30, burst: asMTiHtes. They made a payment of that the crew abandoned the vessel, and that she sank. 110,000 at 'he time of the transfer. What is said to be the highest price The Falrvlew News stated fn Its last issue that the past month had ever paid for a bull at a Jersey cattle been the banner one from an ore sale in America was received at the shipment. Htandpoint. Up to the 21st sale of T. H. Cooper's blooded importof the month a total of fourteen cars ed stock at his farm, Coopersburg, of high grade rook had been taken Pa., last week. The bull. Imported from the district to Fallon, the shipwas sold for $11,500. tftockwell, ping point. Morton-Beesley- Products NEWS Cas-tella- t, Qreat Cricketer's Simple Tribute to His Own Worth. In 1885 there was a great celebration in London in honor of Dr. Samuel Johnson, and among those in attendance was the Australian "crack" cricketer Bonner, then at the height of his fame. As one of the guests, says the compiler of the recently published "Let-ten- " of the late Dr. George llirkbeck Hill, Bonner's health was proposed. His response was noteworthy. "After seeing the way in which Dr. Johnson's memory is revered," he said, with great simplicity. "I am not sure that I would not rather have been euch a man than have gained my own in crickeL" greatest triumphs Youth's Companion. SORES AS BIG AS PENNIES. Whole Head and Neck Covered Hair All Came Out Cured in Three Weeks by Cuticura. "After having the measles my whole head and neck were covered with scaly sores about as large as a penny. They were just as thick as they could be. My hair all came oat. I let the trouble run along, taking the doctor's blood remedies and rubbing on salve, but it did not seem to ge' any better. It stayed that way for about six months; then I got a set of the Cuticura Remedies, and in about a week I noticed a big difference, and in three weeks it was well entirely and I have not had the trouble any more, and as this was seven years ago, I consider myself cured. Mrs. Henry Porter, Albion, Neb., Aug. 25, 1906." Sad Mistakt. In my father's native village lives Mr. S., a very deaf old man. During the summer months he lets his spare rooms to some of the many pleasure-seekerwho frequent the place, says a Boston Herald writer, and one day last summer, while Mr. S. was in his garden, a young man of the village chanced by, and the following conversation took place: "Good morning, Mr. S." "Mawnin'." "You've got your house full of boarders this summer." Mr. S. was picking potato bugs off from his plants, but he managed to stop long enough to answer, "Yes." "Some nice looking young larKcs among them," continued the youcg man. Mr. S. stood up and eyed the potatoes critically, then answered: "Well, they'd ought to look purty I just picked two quarts vl good. bugs off 'em." A s Piety. 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