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-- 7 y .ZES"1Q JtLJ K-ao-Z- - - -- -- rl it UicfteM LOCALSandPERSONALS 7 a. rr7'qGrfeT2ifl -- .4. - . ' edir :v -- ; i- Mrs. Roy ..' sM day - C. ." - ; 'lira. A." a this week, , Mr. Glazier- always has t good word for Millard. Millard Prog . - 1 . Ladies' Pumps nd Oxfords, sold up to $3.75, Monday and balance of week noumaon Ice cream Co - Ura.-- W:" Johnson N. part of the vTUi , - , left the fore week for an extended visit friends ( "in Nevada. friends v. siting - ;dtn yil--- ---- f ' 1 Divorce Cases Tried Twice If Plaintiff Wins. v e, Bargains 8 -- 419-M.- ' ... .,.'. -- tnar-Triag- : not-cbar- SPECIAL: CALIFORNIA EXCURSION S " 1 Miss Martha. City,' la v"8iting gfalt Lake Sandeix of Vith'lriends in Provo. - llrs; Joseph Johnson"1 entertained a number of. lady friends at her home tit JYiday af mutuptLT," "aa social converse and dainty refreshaients were served by the hostess. Hffn 1 - . . ? Miss T . t I'Stersoir,-of"a-1f " TvakeT- -" Th-eroo- - -- jCm the 6tiil4enantless plains'and in I el5--t- Z-Z-.- " bt Mbcitaolvesftdyoteewhose Tomb- the ltpelU. Jtt4b ' .. ' . .' v.. . Mrs. Morris Van Wagenen, of. South is "here .visiting her aHadena, ' Cal. ' ,taoth,IJkIrs, George - Coif ns. " ; " - Kay Young has returned home after - .having spent the winter in the south-er- a part of the state. :. "' r.""f Miss Kdith Young Is' visiting her .B.ster, Mm. Rose Stewart, 4n Salt ' .Xake, for a few weeks. 5 . " ' ': i ' : j I ... ..' ...... Elsie Pooth Is entertaining as "A- -r guest this week Miss .Talmage, vt Salt Lake, City.. ',' Miss ""Rev. and Mrsj mV.J. Selgler are,.eu: as their ioruinlng guest, Miss Lois Robinson, of Charleston, f Re?. Se.gler. la.., Mra. ioaia . vgaea. a, niece , . . fccwmgaaiod will remain mother, Mrs.-J- . 8. Gay, hor daughter hoirrean"a for a' couple of weeks. Mrs. A. F. Cardon are a few days in Salt Lake city spending -- iie guests of Mrs. Eldredge. Mr. and , ' " " ' "" - Miss Maud Hackett has "returned lo home ia Alpine after a pleasant '" : t p ith Mends ln'Provo. tor - - " " t (. , . Tord-d.Th- ,- -, ........... ; $30.00 35.75 55.75 e 3 . jWo " . -- - e of-wh- -- l . o 1 , VVANTcheap moneyii , 0 9tf . . u .. f - phone No 8 or 15. -- -- - Ask for Ticket via IMPORTANT; ' " Salt Lake Route. ; ' .l.a nd ...Itch $5i;i0; Chicago, m., $55 It I n g . Scalp-.- -. - " -- ' few days. . Susanne" Calahan, of' Hotel fRoyal, Bucyrus, Ohio, on March 25, 1910,' wrote: "Mother's hair began to come out very badly and her scalp was-'ssore it was very hard to do anything . It - - Parisian . Sage u proved a way. Her . GRAND SUCCESS eyery hair, stopped coming out" dandruff all " ' disappeared, soreness all left the scalp and her hair is ctm.'ng( in again very nicely." .Large bottle 50 cents at Hed- - ' quist Drug Co.'s three stores. ..:.AJi, ... t r , 9 ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES" Round trip, excursion fares from ' i 111;, for : If Paisian Sage doesn't stop falling halr.'itching scalp, and erad.c'ate dap druft in two weeks, Hedquist Drug. Co.'s three stores stand ready to refund your" money without argument or red tape of any kind. : Parisian Sage will put a fascinating radjance into afiy woman's ha r In a for te.e-- . FURN. ROOM. Can Easily Be Stopped; Also Dandruff Denver or Pueblo- ... f. $22.50 Omaha or Kansas City '. i. 40.00 SL Louis ... .'. . . . .49.00 . 55.00 Chicago '...'.."...V."..-,.;...M.nneapolis or- - St Paul . . ' 62.00 Proportionately . low rates to .. many other point. Tickets on sale May 20, ii, 26, 27; June 3, 7, 10, 14, 17, 21; --July, B, 22 26 August 16 and Septemebr 2 and 6. Limit October 31st with privilege' of diverse routes and stopovers. ng-tls- tailor-mad- YOU - Falling Hair- - ONLY 24 JHOURS TOLOS.AN . ' -GELES, Following round trip rates " " G. by. . WANTED Furnished j:ooiris housekeeping. .; Call this office. Fast thru trains Daily 3 DAILY-- 2 TRAINS; For further information "afe house, 351-A- easy terms see Jfex Bird Co. . '..;... Via' Salt Lake' Route ...... $34.00 Via Sa Francisco .... ....i. "39.75 Choice of routes ria rail or water between Los .Angeles v and San Diego Tickets on sale June 5th, 6th and 10th to 22d inc. ' Final return limit, and-oeg- RENT Ind. MISCELLANEOUS. IF rs - DIEGO. AND-SA- 19Ucr-Stop--ove- in either direction.- - -- rV ji. Salt Lake, RoutS Via San Francisco" Via Portland TO SAN DIEGO returnlimitSepL15I . - , FOR M. Strong" WANTED Choice of any rail route or Pacific Navigation Co.- - Steamers between Los Angeles and San Francisco.) T.ckets on Sale Daily June 27th to July 5th, inc., also July 7th. Final ..' -- Ferra Decker, h'a's returned from a most enjoyable "Visit In iler li- LOS ANGELES AND RETURN TO ;;;.-.-.--,-- L N. E. A. CONVENTION RATES TO LOS ANGELES AND RETURN Via San Francisco .. ...$35.75 Via Portland 55.75 TO SAN FR ANCISCO--GOINAND RETURNING. Via Los Angeles . . . .$40.00 - wildcats anjl $10 for the hide of a Consequently,; considerable commo-Holionl wolf ''of b.ar, On this mountain rules the wagon train, when It apoccasion it took the county clerk three proaches a stream that must be Sept 15, 1911 days of busy work to settle With the soldiers,-whare walking w ho .rwere paid- total of crts-- guar"ds7-la- y "asldo Wrappers, $3,000. This was in only one county.. thelrrlfles o belabor each 2-FA- ST fn. the: middle; of he stream AND ALL POINTS TO CHICAGO theL excitement reach tt ' hiiioo . EAST. Have Would Had Little Pitch. The carabao will heirin t Value, ; 12 HOURS SAVED 12 :. "77 stretch hia nfc And hend' htn imfet - take the liberty of doubting the MB sruntinrainhie Indications of his accuracy of, the statement that Mr All trains depart from Union DeIntention to He down. Everybody Farrar Fenton, the author of a transpot works like a beaver to prevent him, lation of the Bible into modern I from accomplishing this ..could have made a great deal but .their kbors are not always suc- J ML money if he had , been . willing to EXCURSION RATES cessful. -- They ma. get him oer the 1 trim his version in accordance with ROUND TRP' off some particular denomistream, but this is unusual good for the tenets nation.- On tune. Harper's. Weekly. Rnpltnh Mnircnll..fi ': 200' for an I: Bound trip excursion fares 'trom It is reported, offered r ' Defying the Mosquitoes. tdaptaUo'',th.;pid'TesumentV'op(tnts'On' the Denver & Rio Grande to Here is good news for persons who their own peculiar needs From the Colorado Springs,. Pueblo, Denver and are annoyed by mosquitoes during our United States-'- came an offer' of 125.similar warm months.. A farmer living In New f)00,for version .Points east of New Testament the received ot has from Just a friend Dates of sale, May 20, 24, 26 and 27; Jersey Attempts i a plant called "oclmumirtde." , This this sort atT the Bible June 3, 7.10, 14, 17 and 2.1; July , plar,i la jiatlve jo northern NMgerla, have been not altogether uncommon, 22 no and one is Inclined to attach any 26; Aug. 16; Sept 2 and t. and a mosquito alighting on Its leaves but Immediately loses consciousness. - As particular importance tetany Single most mosquitoes are househ61d pests man's translation. After all ItonV Rerurn IimrrQct,T3I,"191tf-Col- nf And iifially lubabit the sleeping ruowi" repreTCBt8"Tne man's opinion and veraada. It will be a good plan the old book means. transit Unit 10 days after date of Bale. for the suburbanite to gather a few of Return transit limit Oct. 31, 1911. these plants and distribute them r -- Fares''- round trip from Provo, Utah, -around 'the hou?e. Different Ivories. us "Let go down and have a game Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Denver Superlative."" l;' of billiards." - 8mith Omaha, Neb; ' Council Bluffs, (to member of vested choir) "Excuse mebut' am a greenhorn $22.50; "I hear you've 6ot a new tenor in tt billiards." Iowa, St Joseph, Mo Atchison, Kas . the choir. What kind of a voice has "Grewhorn! I am surprised, air. Leaie.Qwprth, Kas.,,. Kansas. .City, Mo he good?". Jones "Good? I bhould ' yon were at home $40; St" Paul," Minn Minneapolis, ' sy sol ... It's so good none of thr other ipith the ivories."A tenors will speak to him." Lifa. Minn.; $52 1 St L6uls, Mo.", $49; Peoria, am. air. I'm a dentist n :.. 50.00 . . limit ILL; Ta ' ..... HOUSES. ... .$44.00 , 4 county seatv-a total of the fifty men brought-I- n hides of abouf 3,000 skunks, 700 coyotes, 200" wildcats, arfd a large number of lynxes, bear and . mountain lions. This county pays a bounty of $1 per -- vws-Hv-o- I'tah. 46.00 (Choice of routes via rail or water between Los Angeles and San 7. , ..' Diego.) Tickets on sale June 1 to Sept., 30, Inc., return limit October v1. Stop overs at an point en route withyin rugs. stone, the famous and picturesque old mining cihup of sou them1 Arlsona, is a great trapping .center, and not long ago fifty trappers arrived in a bunch from their.: quarterly roundup to cash -- , ...... TO SAN DIEGO AND RETURN. Via Salt Lake Route ..V.a San Francisco h, telts make, handsome to do "housework; V - Ind. phone . tf FOR RENT A 4"tOom modern house at 558 N, 1st West. St Apply " at .163 B. 8th: North Stnit - .. $40.00 -- y - ng ine ' y PROVO TO LOS AND RETURN.' Via, Salt Lake Route Via San .Prancicso e was-workT- FROM ANGELES r-I ere prettily: decorated white, cut flowers forming the center decoration of the dining table, where covers were laid for Mrs. Ethel Duke, Alien," Jnger Peterson, "Margaret MULE NOT REALLY OBSTINATE : Allen and Messrs. Petersou," Jones and " 'Thomas. ; ; C9mpared With the Carabao. of the .Philippine Island! H9 la an -Mr. and Mrs., H.', R. Irvine Jr. .'"'-...- . . -- Angel. hs their guest the fore part - or the week, J;. .,The earabao-i- s said td"be"slower p.Jvy, of Chicago.- - than a camel and more obstinate than .' Mrs. Freda Barnum Cluff left yes- atheJrule.' Everyone eeems agreed" that thief ambition In life of a carabao, terday for Salt Cake C.ty, where she IfLte any at all. la to He down In ill take an advanced course In "Ar .Ciitic Reading," a the Ui hornr ncWhg out Jn'-reda- RATES the rugged mountain ranges of lit1 'e known bits of southern California and the Southwest the trapping of fur bearing animals is still a ver-- live and lu BUwheaia-a-divorce- TosAnge!f;8 crtlvenlur?iT,"T3ays;The case theVer-die- t goes ,to the plaintiff the case must Times. In regions remote from the be tried again at the neitt term of railroads there are still many wild an court If the plaintiff wins again the lmals whose pelts bring good prices and even more for. whom substantial decree is granted. howerer,-Ttt-tbflrat trial the bounties are offered by" way of endefendant wins, the Wse is all over. couraging the extermination of harm'''"' ... Queer law that, but .h.i Judge said It ful species. blaek' TTTBe Usx!i(fll after the first In this, region; the scream of the Tnuici m ravor or the plaintiff a remountain Jion is beard on the high conciliation, was often brought about? Cleveland Leader. ridges, where only prospectors ever go. On the flats abide thousands of lynx 1, -- Eva Allen pleasantly enter-lained at dinner at her home Thurs' iiy even.ug, complimentary to; Otto , California. ". 8. - - FOR RENT ze was in a court room- - where a dfvorce case was being triec." before a iurv The' wife, w to was the plaintiffrwaa given the verdict; so sue gets her decree," 1 remarked " to a lawyer friend. ' No, no he replied. 'In this 2 r WANTED A girl Literacy "I hear that poor - tlarriet . has a with" or Without-washi- ng 342-Dr , gambler for a husband.-.- " her better half." "Yes. he ia ; ct ';..r....,;-j'' - :z.. " -- -- er ? ...- vis-rkij- I? bay mare, 3 years old, branded "JAL" . pf Real Life "Look here," the angry .manager ex- (combined) on left shoulder. Phone claimed, "what tityov mean oy turn- J, A. fjoveless 237-a-. Ind., or sheriff's ing In such a play as thip to me?"f6u office. . . tf , let the villain marry the heroine and permit the hero to get the worst of it all around, although be is an exem WANTED HELP.. plaryyoung man who has always led ablaifleless life." "Well, you said Strawberry Pickers WantedPhone you wanted a play that was true to Address Sam'l Reiske. Provo. life, didn't you?" 4t-JFarm close in". e -- lost Strayed stolen. -- Park "Ifa queer the waythfeJawa-Ja-aom:"TOTll?eoT,gP. .STeyri la echeduled to of the southern states differ from our Uke. place Wediifsday, Jun 21, .n th laws up here," said Cor Allan T. Just back from a long trin - jialt Lake Temple. " through the south. In Norfoiv Va., I sat one day re - Mrs. AV. B, Searlev who ias been cently besid 4 federal judge when a in California 'for the past three criminal case as being tried The "SKMitha,. has returned "to her home in charge was, T thinkT rob'blng the United States malls At 5 rf m the SUB city. ' . , Judge turned aside and speaking very said. - e Quietly; For Miss Bertha Siglerj whose' 'The Jury will now retire." to Arthur Roy Johnson, of Au I -- supposed"! observed! Troitrltt.; tales pla6eJune2CM rs No4je8ai4 'the Jury is about to ""Jolin'L-errej- r entertained at a linen retire to consider the evidence, and after-:- . give Its verdict.' j shower' at her hoius" Thursday " 'But you did not oou, The. tiiiie was pleasantly spent charge the Jury,' I TRAPPING IN THE FAR WEST remarked In a puzzled way fcl games and music, followed by a we do the Juries in luncheon. The bride-elewas Plenty of Fur Animals Are Left In this. Jurisdiction,''' he replied, of juany beautiful presUiejecipient Certain Parts of Southern "In Savannah a ,6y or two later ' gow'Uete and knowledge of values, I can keen the cost, of a funeral lower than any other establishment,' and yet meet LOST--Covand order oook con- -, ; every requirement of propriety and af- fection. and check money. Return to taining j "Iet me show you that I can do Speckart market, eRward, It this." - STRAYED OR STOLEN--One- " dark tj Brlna-mad- 1 " fiyrng-itprteni';- of Miss Flossie marriage ss L . i.The I - in this - - fit ars W & but now of San Bernaris ' j IVI ) Clarion Hanson, a former resident dino, Cal vises; finest locatton Temple HOI, op. poslte Maeser Memorial BIdg. Apoly to Henry Peterson, B. T. Easy terms. FOR SALE cheap: Good, bicycle. Graduates of the e.ghth grade will . 6 Call Ind. phone be eligible 4b registration Ja the first ' ot trainthe secondary year class TINB STOCK RANCH FOR 8ALB ing Bchool; .students having complet" ed one year of high school work will lit teres, abundant .water, til fenced; be admitted to the second year class close to town; three fish , ponds 40JL the. stocked with bass, 70 bead jersey cat of high school adm.ti . to the third tie, farm machinery, good team mare. class, three years to the fourth class of the training school, and completion Will take part In Provo property,? ofthe four- years in the high school terms on balance.. W. H, RAT ft C04 will admit: to the collegiate' depart OR SALE Piano sideboard, sew. ment of the normal school. ing machine, couch, heater, parlor An Irresistible Appeal. ' suite; carpets, bed, fruit Jars, one doc .A prominent politician. in a suburb . ' V.W luii wuu rvcruuj mumea & chickens thoroughbred Barred Rock). ' ,vi new. tlve business as an undertaker in--j 867 B. Center. Ind. tf phone 3468. Tlte business In a peculiarly fetch-jln- g ' advertisement in the local news PASTURAGE.' After giving- his name, j papers. and telephone j call and an as- that - be., keeps the best TPLENTY of good pasturage on the fajiarance at Fkina rancbu j In - the Springville-road, f .eauipped. ..undertaking-plan- tr place, ie winds up with this Irreslst-- Smarts April 1. Phone 216-- - Independ-ent tlble appealT- yuz. wc .ltsfjhis-city- r ' FOR SALENew Jiouse, barn; l teres with 75 fruit trees, 04 gripe - .'rees-Revie- ana son, waoi. Juve been visiting friends in Beaver, .returned to their home ,n this city Sutton Chase Drug for all occasions. yesterday. r - tf A , - - i- I aecondarjr-BchooItwo-ye- travels for I a. wngle buggy and" for .sale. od harness, also good 'bicycle Call 346-lad. : one." Bargains for the WHOLE FAMILY Robert Frederick has returned Joseph S. Berry, of Provo, was of the. South elected kljoia e visit to Oklahoma, iron Blossom Mining company at the jnim. SALI-Go- 282-A- a who Glazier, FOR ;! , nd Veda Dixon are spending t Saltair. -- Monday "June Nelson entertained : Sadie K Applications Jor ;the' sir 'free scholarships to the normal school of the State" 'university, to which Provo is entitled under the law, wlu.be received by 1. i E. Eggertsen, city ouper ntendent of schools, until Jul 12 on which date. At ' more than ait candidate for the scholarship appear a competitive, eiamlnat.on will be hbld to determine the fortunate -- t X party consisting of Missee Lydi Lsms -1 - establishment, left dinner Friday evening Salt Lake on a bus-atrip. and Maud Graham. - t'I Mrs. Henry P. Taylor left Friday for California where she will spend some tinte visiting and looking around with a riew to locating in that state. miJI ; to - :'"' J. Ward Ward, of ztae 8. , CbJSile VOK SALE. young people, formed., horse-bac- a EM TO PflOVO PUPILS Misses Olmsted Frtdar nrarnlng: Francis Crane, Gladys1 Longeneeker, Lel Reynolds. Lael Irvine. ,' Lillian Holmes, Jennie Miloer; Norma Havand Messrs. Longeneeker, ereamp Hoyt and Pastoriza. ANNOUNCEMENT. the Myrtle Bibboos-SmitB- , of Tie Herald society will be with the --paper again Monday pert, and, patrons of the paper may calf her at this. " office. . v The following a merry party and rode 9 StXSGHQLAHSnlPS - ? - permitted In both directions, within transit limit at west of points on the Denva- & Rio Grande to Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Denver, and Missouri river and east""thereoY,Bu east Dates of sale May 20, 24, local to Ject regulations of participat- points 26 and 27; June 8. 7, 10,' 14, 7, and 21; , ing carriers. . July 6, 22, and 26; .Aug. 16; Sept 3 ' . WM. H. MITCHELL, Agent and 6 1911. ReturnJLmlt OctoDet 2L . e J 191L .Going transit limit 10 days! after" ' Do . Ghosts Haunt Swamps? , , date of''aleejurntraxiBlt.;'Umlt,-No, never IU foolish to fear a fancrejS Oct 31, 1911. evil, when there are 'deadly Tares round trip rrom ProvorTJtah, perils to guard agalJlst In swampsancT Pueblo, Colorado Springs, and Denver, marshes, bayous, and lowlands. These $22.50, ,Omaha, Neb., Council Bluffs, : are the malaria germs that cause ague, la St. Joseph MoJAtchison, Kas'r' chills, and feveri; weakness, aches b Leavenworth, as Kansas i.jCIty,; theT)ones andTnascles and may induct Mo., $40; St Paul, Minn Minneapolis, " deadly 'typhoid. But Electric Bitters Minn, $52 f St.Xouls, Mo.i $49; Peoria, and casts noese out destroys vicious $51.10; Chicago, $55. germs from the blood. "Three bottles Stopovers permitted in both direc. drove all the malaria from my system.1! wrotrWat. Fretwelt, of Lucama, N. C, "and I've bad fine health- - ejrer sincef of Missouri river,B and ast4 thereof, Use tbls safe, sure remedy only 50c at subject'to. local regulations of partlcl-patin-g Stop-over- s " " reand -- ; Hedqulst's three stores carriers. i-- f"