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I CHOSE A NAME
I AND ADJOURNED
I Associated Health Aii
I thorite Utah.
Papers and Discussions En
livened Last Day of the
Tuberculosis, School Hygiene and
Hallway Sanitation Among Sub
After two days' convention, participated
ln by a majority of tho health officers of
tho Stato and at which papers and dlscus
slons on tho roost Important Bubjects
hearing on tho public health woro consid
ored, tho Associated Health Authorities of
Utah yesterday afternoon adjourned, .sub
Ject to tho call of tho president The name
for tho association was suggested by Dr.
Bcatty and adopted Just before tho close
of tho meeting yesterday afternoon. A
motion also carried at the aftornoon sos
slon authorizing- tho president to namo a
special commltteo to adopt by-laws, t ho
members pledging themselves to abldo by
tho laws until such timo as tho orgonlza
tlon shall meet again, when tho by-laws
.may bo amended or ratified.
Thanked the Governor.
A resolution tendering a voto of thanks
to Gov. Wolls and Secretary of Stato
Hammond was Introduced and adopted at
the aftornoon session, for their gonernl in
torost In tho State Board of Health and
fl their personal Influence In upholding tho
laws of the Stato along sanitary lines,
Sovcral nblc papers wcro presented at
H yesterday's meetings and tho discussions
H following were of an Interesting and prac
j tlcal nature Dr. Foster of Sacramento,
secretary of tho Stato Board of Health of
1 California, was one of the speakers of tho
H day, stopping off In the city for a short
B time on his way homo from the East. Ho
H mado on Informal address at tho afternoon
1 session. In which ho congratulated Utah
1 upon tho advanco mndo during tho past
1 few years along sanitary lines, and was
H especially gratified, he said, at the organ-
j Izatlon perfected yesterday by which tho
1 meeting of the health officers of tho State
B will become nn annual affair.
Prevention of Tuberculosis.
City Health Commissioner "Wilcox prc-
1 nented the Jlrst paper of tho morning ses
Blon, "Tuberculosis Its Prevention." Ho
characterized pulmonary tuberculosis as
1 tho greatest scourge of tho day and said
j the question of Its prevention Is the great-
H est problem confronting the sanitary au-
B thorltlcs of the municipalities nt the prcs-
i cnt time. Plague, typhus fover, epidemic
H dysentery, Asiatic cholera and leprosy,
1 Dr. Wilcox said, aro among tho communl-
H cable diseases which havo cither been
1 completely stamped out In civilized com-
H munltlcs, or occur only occasionally. Ty-
H phold fever has been greatly decreased
H and mortality from diphtheria has been
H reduced more thnn one-half sluco the ln-
1 troductlon of antitoxin. With these re-
H Bults In mind. Dr. Wilcox said that health
officers should bo encouraged to take up
H the light ngalnst tho monster Juggernaut
which relentlessly crushes out -tho lives
D of onc-llfth of tho human race, one-third
H of this mortality occurring between the
BN ages of 15 and So.
Knowledge Should 13 e Spread.
K The means of circulation of the disease
and Its prevention wcro discussed by Dr.
1 Wilcox, who sold that tho public should
H be educated In order that they might co-
B operate with tho health officers and phy-
H slclans In stamping" it out. Every known
case of tuberculosis, he said, should bo
j reported to the proper health officers and
j patients furnished with a circular giving
1 full Instructions concerning -tho dlseaso
j and how to prevent spreading It broadcast.
1 Suitable sanitariums for patients In ad-
1 vanced stages of consumption woro rec-
1 ommended, those to bo furnished by munl-
1 clpalltlcs. Tho cost of such sanitariums,
snld Dr Wilcox, would be infinitesimal
n compared with the untold good which
j would accrue therefrom.
Health in the Schools.
Tho subject of "School Hygiene" was
then presented by Dr. Allen. Proper ac-
tlon to prevent tho spread of disease
among school children was urged by tho
j speaker, who said that in tho entiro State
j there Ih but one rogularly appointed medl
ftH oal Inspector for tho schools, and that Is
1 in this city. Following the paper, a gon-
oral discussion took place, after which an
adjournment was token until 2 o'clock.
Albert Powors. secretary of tho Ogdon
Board of Health, opened the afternoon
session with a gonoral discussion on tho
duties and problems of health officers. Ho
was followed by Secretary of State Ham-
mond, who gave a very able talk on the
"Relation of Legislation to the Public
Health." Ho spoke of tho need of tho
H strongest kind of a health organization,
forming a chain from tho Stato down
through tho county, the city and tho town,
with adequate legislative backing and suf
H flclont appropriations to carry out tho
H laws. Mr. Hammond dwelt upon tho lm
H portanco of recognizing where tho lndlvld
uol's rights cease and tho rights of a com
munlty must tako precedence, and called
H upon tho health officers throughout tho
H State to do their duty In preserving tho
H public health In splto of any personal con
H slderatlon which from time to tlmo may
j enter into tho question.
Hj Germs Tiuvel Free.
Hj "Hallway Sanitation" was the Biibjoct of
a paper presented by Dr. Frank B. Steele
H of this city. It caueed much discussion
H and the adoption of a resolution by tho
j association Instructing the legislative corn-
j mlttco appointed on tho opening day of
j the convention to Investigate conditions
H cxlstlne on tho railway care of tho Stato
H and eccuro propor legislation to remedy
tho evils If thoy aro found to exist.
H Dr Stcclo said tho eubjectr was ono
Chamberlain's Cough Bemedy.
B No one who Is acquainted with its
H good qualities can be surprised ut tho
great popularity of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It not only cures
Hl colds and grip effectually and pr-rma-
H nently, but prevents these diseases
from resulting in pneumonia. it is
H also a certain cure for croup. Whoop-
B lng cough is not dangerous when this
H remedy; Is given. It contains no opl-
H um or other harmful substance and
H may be given as confidently to a baby
H as to an adult. It is also pleasu.nl to
H take. Wben all of these facta arc tnk-
H en into consideration it Is not surpila-
H lng that peoplo In foreign lando, as
H well aa at home, esteem this remedy
Hi .verj' highly, and very few are wllMng
H to take any other after having ence
H used it. For sale by all leading dtug-
Knife fas Used
on GirTs Throat
Mary Burton Tells Remarkable Story
of an Attom.pt to Mur
Bleeding from a gash several Inches
long ucroea hor throat, Mary Burton, tho
slxtoon-year-old daughter of Robert T.
Burton, Jr., a stock broker, walked Into
her homo at 33 East North Tomplo street
last Monday aftornoon and Informed her
mother that eho had been attacked on
Main street by an unknown man. Ac
cording to tho girl's story, a man stepped
up behind her near tho Intersection of
Main and First South streets about -1:30
p. in. and slashed her across tho throat
with somo sharp Instrument, probably a
razor. No ono can bo found who wlt-nc-scd
tho attack, although tho strcot wna
crowded with pedestrians at tho time.
Tho girl doclaros she has not tho slight
est Idea of tho Identity of her assailant.
Tho affair Is a most mysterious one. If
her story 13 true, sho must havo walked
straight to her home, threo blocks dis
tant, without oven mopping to catch a
view of the man who committee tho as
sault. At homo sho Informed hor mother
of tho occurrence and then went to the
ofllco of Dr. C. F. Wilcox, where her
wound was dressed. Tho father wjus no
tified and he wont Immediately to tho doc
tor's ofllco. On tho way ho met Deputy
Sheriff W. H. Wilkinson and tho two
heard the girl's story.
Tho girl's statement of tho affair Is as
follows: "I had been down to papa's of
llco and was on my way homo, about half
past four Monday afternoon. Somo placo
between First and Second South on Main
street I don't remember Just where I
saw a man's arm Hash In front of my faco
and a moment later I felt a sting on my
"I was partially dazed, but did not turn
around nor look back, but continued my
way up tho street. A little ways up tho
street I asked a woman. 'What did that
man do to mo?' Her llttlo boy said, "Why,
ma, ho cut hor on tho neck.' Then was
tho first tlmo I knew that I had beon
"I wont straight home and told mama,
and she sont me down to see Doctor Wil
cox. He put four ntltchcs In my throat,
and while ho was doing so papa camo up."
which could not fall to appeal to every
man present, and more especially to those
who had recently arrived on some of tho
overcrowded, dust-bogrlmed conferonco
trains. Ho said It was an indisputable
fact that the origin of a largo proportion
of tho sickness from which mankind suf
fers Is traceable to Infection through di
rect or Indirect contact of the well with
thos-j afflicted with communicable dis
eases. Such transition, ho said. Is most
llkoly to occur where tho well aro In closo
or long contact with tho Infected, and for
this reason public conveyances of all
kinds demand tho effective effort of sani
tary and legislative authorities with a
view to reducing tho liability of transmis
sion of disease.
Heed for legislation.
After dwelling at some length upon tho
ventilation or rather lack of ventilation
of both day coaches and sleepers and rec
ommondlng certain Improved ventilating
systems; condemning the furnishings of
tho modern railway coach ns being con
structed to pleaso tho eyo and cater to tho
physical comfort of tho travollng publlo
rather than from a sanitary standpoint;
referring to the carrying of consumptlvo
patients In tho regular coaches or palace
cars, Dr. Steclo said that to correct tho
existing abuses and others that may pre
sent themselves Is tho provlnco of our leg
islative bodies and tho duty of physicians
and health officers to urgo In every legit
imate way tho early passago of such laws
as will protect the traveling public from
such abuses and from the criminal Indif
ference manifested by the corporations
under whose management common car
riers aro operated.
Some Necessary Measures.
Among other Improvements, Dr. Steele
suggested tho frequent and thorough
cleaning of cars and furnishings; tho ster
ilization of water tanks and tho handling
of Ice with tongs: the doing away with
tho common drinking cup and substituting
the Individual cup or fountain Jet, the uso
of .Ight or white material for blankets In
sleepers, the prohibiting, under penalty,
of expectoration on floors and other car
surfaces and the providing of sufficient
and suitable cuspldores for the use of pas
ocngors; tho sterilization of the Interior of
coaches and sleeping cars by methods of
recognized efficacy, this to be done Im
mediately whenever any known or sus
pected case of communicable disease shall
be found among tho passengers, and peri
odically, oven though no such caso shall
A NATURAL SANITARIUM.
What a Scientific Observer Has to
Say About California.
Lieut. John P. Findley, while In
charge of tho United States weather
bureau at San Francisco, contributed
on article to a prominent magazine on
the climatic conditions of California,
in which the following statement ap
peared: "Theoretically, California should fur
nish the best and most varied health
resort and sanitariums in the United
States. Within her borders almost ev
ery form of wasting disease should
find the means of temporary, If not
This theoretical statement, from an
unbiased, scientific standpoint, is abun
dantly confirmed by experience. The
cool and bracing coast climate, devoid
of any trace of malaria, extends from
the northern part of the State to the
extreme south. There is the choice be
tween thl cool, humid atmosphere and
the dry, warm atmosphere of the in
Of altitude there Is yet a greater dif
ference. From Plain Valley, 300 feet
below sea level, to the upper Sierras,
7000 or 8000 above, any altitude can be
selected, and comfortable homes be
The peculiarity of an almost rainless
summer, during whlcn the injurious
germs of animal and vegetable decay
are destroyed by thorough desiccation,
la one of the striking features of Cali
During the rainy season it is usually
too cool to facilitate fermentation, and
the result la, except along some of the
river valleys, an absolutely pure at
mosphere. The ocean winds entering
through the several coast openings, tfro
tempered by the Intermediate area
passed over, and often receive desir
able healing properties by taking up tho
resinous odors of the pines and red
woods of the coast range.
The fiklllful physician, acquainted
with the climatic conditions, should
find little difficulty in selecting a local
ity where climate and environment will
do all that these agencies can over do
toward the restoration of health. There
1b enough of wlldncss to keep the mind
constantly engaged, and enough of civ
ilization to satisfy the most exacting.
People whose systems are charged
with malaria, or are "run down" by
overwork, find Immediate and in many
cases permanent relief in this Invigor
For descriptive and Illustrative liter
ature, call on or address, D. R. Gray,
general agent, S. Pac. Co., 201 Main
street. Salt Lake City, Utah.
Friends of the G. A. R. are invited to
take part in a social card party to be
given by the G. R. Maxwell post at
their hall In Federation BIdg., corner
4th South and State Sts. on Thursday
evening, Oct. 13, 1004. Admission 15
Charged With Misusing
Objectionable Matter Ap
peared in the American
STalicious Attempt to Inject Politics
Into tho Case Colls Forth
Charged with Eondlng obsceno matter
through tho malls. Martin "Wlllumscn, edi
tor of the American Eagle at Murray, has
boon placed under arrest and has given
$1000 ball to appear before United States
Commissioner Twomey on October 17. On
September 3 the paper published an Item
which even the friends of tho editor ad
mit was unquestionably Indecent and ob
scene. His arrest by Deputy United
Suites Marshal Smytho was tho result of
Mr. Wlllumson says as his defense that
he was 111 on tho day tho Item appeared
and did not know It was to bo published.
It was given to him the night before Just
as ho was about to leave tho office, ho
says, and ho pinned It to his desk, think
ing to look It over tho noxt day, but was
prevented by his Illness, and was sur
prised to see Its appearance in his papor.
Mr. "WlllumBcn's bondsmen aro J. P. Ca
hoon and Georgo Grantcr.
News "Butts In."
Last evening's Descret News contained
"Every mover In tho caso Is a member
of tho 'Amorlcan' party.
"Tho Mayor of Murray, a man named
Stratton, Is an ardont member of the samo
organization. Editor Wlllumscn says ho
was approached by Joo Llppman of Tho
Trlbuno and an effort mado to buy the
support of his paper to tho 'American'
party's cause. The proposition, tho editor
further states, met a sturdy and omphatlo
refusal. Tho Mayor of Murray thon took
up the matter and ccuscd tho arrest, ac
cording to Mr. Wlllumsen'B attorney.
"Up to the beginning of the present cam
paign tho Murray paper has been Inde
pendent. However, this year It camo out
In favor of the Kearns faction of the Re
publican party, and fought loyally for
that faction until the bolt came. Then
tho paper continued as a Republican or
gan and fought Kearns. 'Mayor Strat
ton,' says Attorney Halgh, who represents
Wlllumson, 'did not like that, and tried
to Influence Wlllumson to continue to
support Kearns and the new party.
His refusal led to estrangement. Then
camo Joo Llppman with a definite offer
for tho support of tho paper to tho cause
of tho "Americans." This, too, was
turned down, and tho paper went on sup
porting tho Republican ticket, until tho
present time. Tho offending Item Is so ob
viously unprlntablo that tho case against
Mr. Wlllum6en will fall fiat when the cir
cumstances of Its publication aro known,
together with tho long record of tho papor
frco from any tendency to raclness.' '
Doesn't Know Willumsen.
In connection with tho above It Is only
necessary to state that Joseph Llppman
Is rot acquainted with Editor Willumsen;
that ho nover, so for as ho is now ablo to
romember, Dpoko to the said Willumsen In
his life; that he nover made any effort
to buy tho support of tho American Eagle
for tho American party, nor did Llppman
ever hear of any refusal, sturdy, em
phatic or otherwise In regard to said al
leged offer of purchase.
An Apostolic Falsehood.
Tho statement that Joseph Llppman
made "a definite offer for the support of
tho paper to the cause of the Amer
icans" Is an absoluto and unqual
ified Ho and tho "apostolic liar" of tho
News, when ho printed that statement,
knew ho was publishing a falsehood and
did It with mallco aforethought.
Tho real facts, so far as tho support of
tho paper for the American party Is con
cerned, will bo found In the following let
ters, which aro self-explantory and which
cover the entire correspondence relating
,to tho matter:
Murray City. Utah, July 29. 1WH.
Hon. Thomas Kearn3, Senator, Salt
Lake City, Utah Dear Sir: I have a
proposition I wish to make you In vlow
of tho coming campaign. The American
Eaglo has now run for eight years and
won a prestige for nggresslvo and ablo
newspaper work unsurpassed In tho
State. It has a greater and better popu
lation behind It than any other weekly
In tho State today. You will find that tho
newspaper directories glvo us credit for
the highest rated circulation of any week
ly In tho Stato. Wo have been pursuing
an Independent policy In the work so far.
preferring to keep out of politics. Wo
havo decided to take a decided stand now
ono way or tho other as a matter, of
purely business. If you have any offers
to maku us for advertising space and edi
torial Influence, we shall be glad to hear
from you at once. Wo arc In a position
to do the party a groat deal of good, es
pecially In this .county, and now, early In
the great fight, offer our services on tho
most reasonable basis of business prin
ciple. Wo will cither lease our paper or
wholo plant to you for tho campaign, or
will sell you a page of advertising snaco
each week, or will sell you two or three
or more oolumns at advertising rates, or,
better still, will change tho policy of tho
paper and will give tho party and candi
dates Its cntlro and undivided and aggres
sive support editorially and otherwlso un
til victory is won. This Is business puro
and simple, and confidential, and If you
liavo any Idea what you will be ablo to
do for us wo will tell you Just what we
can do for you and your cause. Wo must
hoax from you at once, for wo havo temp
tations from tho other side. Wo mako
this proposition to you preferentially and
In sincere confidence, hoping you will
treat It In tho samo light.
With best wishes for success wo are, as
over, most truly,
Senator Keams's Reply.
Salt Lako City, Utah, Aug. 2, IDOL
Mr. M. A. Wlllumson, caro Amorlcan
Eaglo . Publishing Co., Murray, Utah
Dear Sir; Your kind letter of July 29
was laying upon my desk on my return.
I havo referred the samo to Mr. Joseph
Llppman. and when you aro In Salt Lake
I wish you would call and tako tho mat
ter up with him, as all thoso matters,
whllo they will be treatod as confidential,
are moro or less In his hands.
Hoping to moot you In tho very neor
future, and with best wishes, I remain,
very truly yours,
Kearns to Iippman.
Salt Lake City, Utah, Aug. 2. 1901.
Mr. Joseph Llppman, caro Tho Tribune.
City Dear Joo: Enclosed pleaso find
communication from Mr. M. A Willum
sen. I havo acknowledged and told him
I would rerer it to you. Should ho call
on you treat It as you seo lit. Sincere
ly yours. THOMAS KEARNS.
After a Compensation.
Murray City, Utah, Sept. 21. 1901.
Mr. LIpman, Manager Tribune, Salt
Lake City, Utah Dear Slrt I have hoped
and ha.va tried to meet you ovorai-tlnioa,
Liquor Hen Are
"Want to Know Whether All Trans
fers of Licenses Aro
Did the court dissolve tho Injunction '
restraining the city officials from Interfer
ing with Heath Bros.' bar at tho fair
grounds becauso tho Stato law forbids tho
transfer of llconse, or becauso of tho fail
ure of Heaths' bondsmen to renow tho
bond? Is a question of consldcrablo mo
ment to tho liquor Interests of tho city.
Judgo Hall, who dissolved tho Injunc
tion, did not lndlcato tho ground upon
which ho camo to tho decision.
Assistant City Attorney Bramcl said. In
answer to questions yesterday
"Judge Hall did not give any grounds
when ho dissolved the injunction. Ho sim
ply denied tho petition of the plaintiffs.
But there wcro two grounds argued. One
was that under tho statutes of Utah a
liquor Ucenso la not transferable Tho
other was that even If tho statutes did
permit 11 transfer, tho particular transfer
maao of tho Salt Palaco llcenso was Irreg
ular becauso no transfor of tho bond had
taken place, nor was any now bond given.
Tho City Attorney's interpretation of tho
law Is that tho transfer Is not allowed,
and he assumes that the decision of tho
court upholds that opinion."
Consldcrablo interest Is now felt as to
whether tho Utah Liquor company will
havo to pay $300 for one week's operation
of a bar at tho Stato fair. There is great
objection to this on the part of tho com
pany, although tho city will not mind
"I certainly think wo aro ontltled to a
rcbato," said Manager Bergerman of tho
Utnh Liquor company last night. "Wo
ran tho bar at tho fair In an orderly man
ner. Wo havo been connected with the
fair for tho last fow yoars and have novor
had any difficulty over tho mattor before.
And I think It would bo unfair to us to
havo our interests prejudiced by tho trou
blo tho Healths had over tho transfer of
"In past years wo havo paid a day
for our llconso at the fair groundB. Wo
centalnly Intend to ask for a rebate, be
cause It la out of tho question that wo
should havo to pay f300 for ono week. My
Idea was to tako out tho full threo months'
llconso and havo It transferred after tho
fair was over. If that Is ImpoBslblo, as
thoy say tho law of tho Stato docs not
permit It, wo shall tako steps to have a
robato granted us. But wo aro In no par
ticular hurry, and shall not press tho mat
ter while thore Is an 111-feollng about It"
Tho opinion prevalent among tho Coun
cllmen at tho last mooting was that "what
Is sauco for the gooso Is sauco for the
gander." and that if tho Heath Bros, could
not havo their llcenso transferred tho Utah
Liquor company would suffer In tho same
way. There la no precedent whereby any
person, having onco paid tho city monoy
for a llconso, can got a rebate becauso ho
operated for less tlmo than was specified
In tho llconse.
BLUE POINT PEHFECTO CIGABS
Sold strictly on their merit. Whlt
aker & Dallus manufacturers.
but havo failed to find you. Enclosed
Is a carbon copy of a letter sent to Sen
ator Kearns and also his letter In reply,
which I enclose so you will at onco un
derstand my object In writing you. If It
Is true that Senator Kearns ha dropped
out of tho fight, then I presumo tho new
party will need tho support othorwlso
sought for the Senator. In this respect
the American Eaglo Is In tho field for
service for a compensation reasonably
commensurate with tho good wo may do
and the expense wo will bo put to In malt
ing and maintaining such a change of
policy. Wo shall bo glad to meet and
talk this matter over with you If you will
call us up and state when It Is conven
ient for you to spare a moment. Very
truly, AMERICAN EAGLE.
(Signed), M. A Willumsen. Manager.
Is Referred to Nye.
Octobor 1. 1904.
Mr. M. A. Willumsen,
Editor American Eagle,
P. O. Box F. Murray City, Utah.
Dear Sir: Your favor of September 21
to hand. I would suggest that you sco
Mr. Georgo L, Nye. who Is tho chair
man of tho Salt Lako county commltteo
of tho American party of Utah, In ro
tation to tho mattor concerning which
you write mo in said lottor of Septem
ber 21. Very truly yours,
Open for Inspection.
Those letters aro open iov public In
spection at Tho Tribune office Since
writing tho lottor of October 1, Josoph
Llppman has novor hoard anything moro
from Wlllumson, and has never ovon
spoken to George L. Nyo concerning tho
As to tho statement that Wlllumsen's
arrest for sending obsceno matter
through the mall was brought about
through enmity or splto becauso of tho
political attltudo of tho American Eaglo
that Is mere balderdash.
' Facts in the Caso.
Tho facts aro these: About tho 10th
of September, Postofficc Inspector Sharp
mailed to United States Atlornoy Joseph
Llppman from Denver a copy of tho
American Eaglo of Soptcmbcr 3 enclosed
In an envelopo with a letter asking his
opinion as United States Attornoy as to
whothcr an article marked In said paper
camo within tho Inhibition regarding tho
sending of obBcene matter through tho
malls. Tho article was so obviously ob
scene and so palpably nasty and vulgar
that but ono answer could bo made to
Inspector Got Evidence.
Assistant United States Attorney Pen
nol Chorrlngton answered Mr. Sharp s
lottor, saying tho postal laws had been
violated and whon Mr. Sharp roturnod
to this city from Dcnvor he begnn to
scorch up tho testimony which would be
required to mako a caso. Aftor ho se
cured tho tostlmony and boforo ho could
communicate In person with United
States Attorney Llppman ho vas called
to Denver and at tho first opportunity
wroto Mr. Llppman a full statement of
tho proofB he had adduced and aa soon
as possible aftor said lettor was received
tho complaint was filed with United
Stutcs Commissioner Twomey tmd Wll
lumsen's arrest followod.
Sharp "Wrote to Llppman.
It will bo noted that Inspector Sharp
first wrote to United States Attorney
Llppman about tho caso about Septem
ber 10, whllo tho lottor written by
Willumsen offering to sell his paper to
tho Amorlcan party was written Septem
Aftor Postoffico Inspector Sharp sub
mitted tho matter to United States At
tornoy Llppman thoro was but ono courso
under the law to pursue, and that courso
was followed strictly. Tho attempt to
make political capital out of the mat
ter shows to what desperato stralt3 tho
News Is driven for pabulum for Its
Leads to Investigation and Truth.
What Bhall wo do to bo saved? was tho
title of one of Robt. Ingoraoll's lectures.
Pooplo of Xalth and people of no faith
docked to hear It. Thousands are asking,
"What shall I do to get rid of dandruff?"
The answer 1b, "Kill the germ that causes
dandruff, falling hair and finally baldness;
and the only thing that will do it In
Newbrors Horplaldo. That Is tho vory
latest discovery of tho laboratory, and It
Is the only preparation that claims to,
or that will, kill the pestiferous dandruff
germ. It also Is a delightful hair-dressing,
free from oil or grease or sticky sub
stances. Try it and bo convinced of lta
actual merit. Sold by leading druggists.
Send 10c in stamps for sample to The
Hcrnidda Co. Detroit, JMlch.
Whole Community Was
Neighbors Visited the Sick
and Scattered the.
Assistant County Physician Quaran
tines, Disinfects and Fumigates
Stops havo been token by Assistant
County Physician T. G. Odell to put a
stop to tho neighborly oxchango of small
pox germs which haB been going on In
Mill ward to such an oxtent that tho
wholo community was In a fair way to
Dr. Odoll mado tho discovery Monday
night, Tcsterday ho took vigorous meas
ures to stamp out tho disease. Six or
eight housos woro quarantined, flvo resi
dences wcro fumigated and tho Central,
Scott and Wllford schools wcro ordered
Looked Like Chicken Pox.
Tho smallpox microbes havo seemingly
had everything tholr own way for sev
eral days. Not until seven cases had do
volopod was tho matter called to tho at
tention of tho proper authorltlo3. Tho
malady Is supposed to havo mado Its
first appearance In a very mild form In
tho family of Mrs. F- A. Webb at SCO
East Thlrtoonth South Btrcot.
In August or Soptcmber somo of hor
children contracted what was supposed
to bo chlckonpox. Tho klnd-hoartod
neighbors woro only too willing to proffor
asslstanco and mado frequent callB on
tho llttlo sufferers. Tho next cases ap
peared a fow days ago In tho family of
Robert Rodin at 703 East Thirteenth
South. Tho naturo of tho disorder was
not suspected and tho chlldron continued
to attend school as long ns thoy were
nble. Mrs. Rodin and her threo chlldron
woro forced to go to bod.
Continued to Visit.
Even then the Interchange of friendly
visits continued and Isaac B. Rodin of
Svl East Thirteenth South contracted tho
disease, whllo his throo children, Lily.
Llzzlo and Joslah, developed tho symp
toms. Practically everyone In tho vicinity has
been exposod through tho schools and
otherwise, and If a widespread epidemic
Is averted It will bo by tho activity of
tho county officials In quarantining and
Frank Foster, who for many years has
beon a resident of Park City and Salt
Lako, leaves this morning with his fam
ily for Son Francisco, whoro ho will
mako his futuro homo. Ho will ontor
tho San Francisco College of Physicians
and Surgeons on a three-years' courso In
United States Attornoy Pon
nel Chorrlngton was taken to Holy Cross
hospital last ovenlng to havo an opera
Noble Warrum. Jr., who has taken his
family to San Francisco, returned yes
terday to attend to somo prlvato business.
Boora tho lha Kind You Hara Always BoagM
Corner Third South and State,
The management of the Hotel Halls
announce tho completion of New An
nex, which will allow the accommoda
tion of many more guests. The hotol
has been renovated throughout. Rooms
single and en suite. American and Eu
ropean. Inquire for rates.
New Studio of Art.
Mrs. H. S.. Twining and Mrs. Graco T.
Kerr. Teachers of- water color and
decorated china. Studio No. 57 Hoop
Only Signed Petition Onco.
Elltor Tribune: In reading the Descret
Evening Nows of October 10, I noticed
that my name was mentioned (among tho
many) as having signed tho American
I wish to tako this tlmo to brand tho
statement as untrue. If my namo ap
pears In the list more than onco It la not
my fault, as I am only too willing to
go beforo a Justlco or notary public and
tako tho oath that I signed tho tlckot
I am an American party supporter and
a member of tho American Drum corps.
But as to signing tho tlckot moro than
once, I plea1 not guilty.
Thoro are threo Randolphs on tho list.
A N. Randolph (my father), Mrs. Samuol
Randolph (my wlfo) and S. N. Randolph
(myself). S. N. RANDOLPH.
Heavy Registration at Price,
Special to Tho Tribune.
PRICE. Utah. Oct 1L Tho first day's
registration In Prlco precinct presages a
hard political fight at tho polls In No
vember. Almost one-half of tho total voto
of lflOO was rcglstored horo today. No
stono 13 being left unturned by either
party, and much favorablo comment for
the American party Is heard on all sides.
BLUE POINT PERFECTO CIGARS
Sold strictly on their merit. Whlt
aker & Dallao, manufacturers.
LEFT OFF THE CERTIFICATE,
Montana Republican Candidate Attorney-General
Omitted From List.
HELENA. Mont., Oct. 1L Whllo Sec
retary of State Hayes was preparing- his
copy for tho official ballot this morning
tho discovery vras made that the namo of
Albert J. Galon, Republican candidate for
Attorncy-Gcnoral, had been loft off " tho
ccrtlflcato filed with tho Secretary by
As tho tlmo for filing nomination's ex
pired lost Saturday. It Is doubtful If Ga
len's namo win bo ploood on tho ballot.
Ho will lnstltuto mandamus proceedings
in the Supremo court.
The Republican leaders aro at a loss to
explain the omission of Mr. Galon's namo
from tho ticket, other than that It is an
unintentional blunder on tho part of somo
Shoots at Barkeep
Defective Cartridge Prevented Mid
night Murdor at tho Valley
Murder and highway robbory wcro at
tempted by a well-dressed bandit In tho
Valley Houbo bar at tho corner of South
Templo and West Tomplo at midnight last
night. Only tho fact that tho crook's re
volver foiled to go off at tho second shot
saved tho life of John Fowler, tho night
bartender. Tho first bullet crashed through
a picture frame Just above Fowler's head.
Tho night bartender wan alono In tho
placo. Suddenly a man entered through
tho front door. Well dressed, ho wore a
black mask over his face. His neat-fitting
black clothes and derby of up-to-dato
block wero In odd contrast with tho
gleaming weapon which ho held leveled as
"Not on your life," said Fowler, .
"You'd rather die. thon?" nsked tho
highwayman, with gently rising Inflection.
"Yes," said Fowler.
Thon tho bandit's weapon spoke. Tho
bullot struck high. Fowler dropped be
hind tho bar Just as tho robber, backing
toward tho door, pulled tho trigger a sec
ond time. This tlmo tho hammer dropped
with a dull clJok on c dead cartrldg
Tho robber backed on out through tho
door. Ho ran down tho street. As he did
so Fowler hastened to a telephone and
notified police headquarters. Patrolman
Proeco Investigated tho affair.
For Over Fifty Tears.
An old and well-tried remedy. Mrs,
Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
pain, cures wind colic and Is the best
remedy for diarrhoea- Sold dy drug
gists In every part of the world. Be
euro and ask for Mrs. Wlnslow's Sooth
AMERICAN PARTY "VOTERS!
Avoid tho Rush by Registering Early
If you don't know who the registra
tion officer Is of your district or whero
to find the placo, apply at headquarters
of the American party, Atlas Block,
Bell 'Phone, 444; Independent, 278S.
BLUE POINT PERFECTO CIGARS
Sold strictly on their merit. "Whlt
aker & Dallas, manufacturers.
If you are looking for wall paper, you
can get it In the latest designs and col
ors, for a short time, at reduced prices
from W. A. Duvall. Always tho best,
124 "W. 2nd So. 'Phone 1145k.
BLUE POINT PERFECTO CIGARS
Sold strictly on their merit. TVhit
akcr & Dallas, manufacturers.
Now Cloths New Styles.
New cutting, goods selected person
ally by me In New York. Will make
them up better and cheaper than any
other tailor. J. Baumgarten, 122 Main.
When in need ot a carpenter, 'phone
H. F. Williams Bell 214G-K: Indopf-od-ent,
24L Shop, 71 S. State.
BLUE POINT PERFECTO CIGARS
Sold otrlctly on tholr merit. "Whlt
aker & Dallas, manufacturers.
Burton Coal & Lumber Co.
Coal, lumber, cement. Telephone SOS.
Qtj and Neighborhood
THE ADJOURNED mooting of tho mu
sic soctlon of tho Lndlcs' Literary club
will bo held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
at tho club house In addition to tho
numbers from Bach and Handel to bo
givon by members of tho section, sovoral
prominent musicians outsldo tho club
will participate In tho programmo All
club members aro cordially lnvltod to bo
The ono place for comfort and ele
gance. Fireproof; telephones In every
room; modern In every way.
I ...AMUSEMENTS-. J
SALT LAKE THEATER Havorly's
Minstrels, under tho dlreotlon of W. B
Those at tho minstrel show last night
had cause for laughter. Perhaps not ns
much as they thought they hnd. but con
siderable, nevertheless. They mav not
have gono away from tho show better men
and women, for minstrels do not pretend
llko some of their brothren of tho stago"
to exert any great moral Iniluonce. But
many. Judging from tho sounds of tho
ovenlng. wcro given such physical bottor
mont as comes from being shaken with
merriment. And whllo It was not tho aim
of tho show to diffuse a moral spirit, it
certainly was a clean performanco, which
compliment cannot always bo paid to min
strelsy. There was not tho -variety that ono
sometimes finds In mlnstrol offerings.
Thcro was only an avcrugo quality of wit
In tho Jokes, and only an average amount
of froshness In them. But you must not
expect too much from any minstrel
show. Tho singing was very good, thourh
thero wcro no phenomenal vocalists Tho
end men had winning ways. Tho dancing
was excellent, the acrobatic feats ex
traordinary. Tho bright young animal of
tho occasion did much to disprove tho
charge of stupidity mado against Its kind
Billy Van and Jimmy Wall tho lcadlng
funmakors, displayed originality and
Tho performanco will be repeated this
aftornoon and again tonight.
At tho Grand "Flnnlgan's Ball" will bo
.given this nfternoon and tonight.
Expert piano tuner and ropalrer. P 0
hox 905. 'Phone Carutenson & Anson
Lehi. Liveryman Lost Change.
Highwaymen beat nnd robbed Parlov
Garfield, the stableman at Wlns Irvory
in Lohl, early yesterday morning. Thoy
SOL but 75 cents for their pains and de-
KthithJ,f- ThQ mattr waa report
ed to tho pollco last ovenlng.
We blend four types of tea
for different tastes ; they are
all on a level for,quality.
Yonr frocer mums yoar ocr.ey it yoa Jcu't Ilia
lo One Can We "
' Neglects It. ;U
Everyone Should Vote Nil
Month and in Decern! 1
Four "Lays Only When Voters' n I
May Bo Entered on Regis, . I
tration Rolls, E
" " ;im
-f DATA ALL SHOULD HAVE jg
"Wednesday, October 12, I
-f- Tuesday, Octobor 18. ' ;
Tuesday, November 1. 1
Wednesday, November 2. '
4- My Registration Officer I R
ly Registration District,.!!!..!'''
My Registration Placo.. "'" I
So many things that a-e vital canh I
the people of Utah. Salt Lako oitVl I
county that of nil years ?K 8
Under tho law no ballot will h rcc5!
at tho polls next month nor In the 1 &
c ectlon tho following month unWi rC
elector has duly registered. FormerSi
lstratlon will not count. 10er e
Thoro must bo a compl-ts new reshl c
tlon. No man nor woman can vote un
he or sho has appeared beforo the rroi t
registration of floor, recorded tho uantf ,l
address and proved legal restfenc t )
davUr nam ahouItl G0 on the txwitf C'
Registration of voters for the com k
Novembor election began on Tuead &
All voters must 'register this year In or
to bo ontltled to voto during tho next
years. Tho registration dates are Octo ?
12 and IS and November 1 and 2. G
Tho following registration officers hi J
been appointed for Salt Lake Cltyfi f
county, togethor with tho placo of rw
1 Una Wilkinson, 1370 Tenth a '
2 C. E. Beers, 107S South Eighth Q ij
3 Sarah M. Hammond, 731 East Sevei i?;
4 Emma L. Ivorson. rear 223 East S 1
cnth South. ? tt
G Addolla W. Eardloy, C21 South Ma
6 O. C. Brown, Sherwood's pharm
Fifth South and State. a !J
7 M. H. McAllister, 153 East Su ?
South. m s
8 Fred Barrow. 452 East Fifth South, v
0 David Bcrnhlsel, 363 South Sixth Et 5
10 W. H. Harrison, SIC East Fill
11 E. J. Swnncr. 318 South Tenth Eall
12 D, G. Ferguson. C79 South -Vc3t Tefc
13 John MoNclll. 1012 South Flf
14 Huldn. Carlqulst, C21 South Foul
West. f I
15 Nelllo L. Shannon, 27 Johnson str
16 E. F. Woodruff, 020 Cannon trei( i
17 Thomas W. Green, Sixth ward mej !
1SJ. E. Cowley. 453 South Second Ya I
19 Jcnnlo A Frolscth, 23 West Shi i
:0 Emily Fox, 137 West Third SouU
21 T. C. Waltensplel, 73 West Scca
South. i r
22 H. J. Bonson, 224 West First Sou "
23 Foramorz Y. Fox, 2C1 West So
24 L. C. Johnson, 401 West Th
25 B. G. Gulver, G60 West First Sou
25 Mary B. Howclls, C2 South Bu I
27 J. M. Campbell, US West IV
North. ; c
2S Bello White, 41 North Second "Wa ?
20 J. B. Mullctt. 2C2 Wall strcot. 1' t
20 Mary Katz, 253 West Third NortH g
31 Elizabeth J. D. Roundy, 512 Wi ,
First North. J
32 Elizabeth E. Davis, C4 North Fll
West. . ij
:3 Eliraboth Hoslam, 331 North SLi I
West. 1 1
51- :dlth G. Budd. 504 West So
36- Fannlo L. Rldd, l&l West Fom
3-John C. Sandborg. Superior addltk J
37 Bortha Gray, 0 Third atreot:
Sfc-Parthoila K. Parry, 41 East Urn ;
30 Mrs. John A Maynes. 175 G stre V
40 Ernest E, Brown. 353 Fifth street ;
41 H. rT. Ball, 003 Fifth street. j
42 Orson Allen, SCO First street I j
43 Oohn A Do Valley, 1123 First str i
44 Maud LoofbourOw, 51 SOU I
Twelfth Eaut. ,
45 Jennlo Davidson, 253 South Ma I
4C-Honry Coulam, 777 East First Sou
47 Peter Hansen. 2o7 South Seven
4S-Christopher DIehl, C25 East Secei .
South. -A i
49 Jottlo Browning, 435 East TM
South- u i
50 C, O. Fornsworth, Theater pharmw ,
corner First South and Stato streets.
01 Nellie Edwards, 101 South Scco ;
EttSt- ,r In V
52 Peter F. Goss. 263 South Mftln.
C5-Augusta W. Betts. Waterloo i
Store. 11th South and 4th East. ft
51 Honry Quaylo, 21 West Elcvoo ,
55-J. E. Morris. Mill Creek (CalJ
Station). 1' !.'.
f-D. A. Smith, Caldor's Station. j
57 Nolllo H. Shurtllff. MU1 Creek. I t
CS-Nolllo Hamilton, Mill Creek. -.
69 Honry V. Ballard. Murray, 'u
CO-John M. Graham. Murray. Fi
61 J. J. Prootor. Murray. U l
C2 James Nollson. Holllday. I I
C3-John P. Olaen. Argcnta P.
64 W. M. Roach, Mountain De L L I
tJ5 Mary Hanson. Butler (Sand. 1
CC T. H. Wnlke. Union. ij
C7 Carl Larson, Sandy to f
CS William Halstcad. Sandy. f I
CO Janet D. Mulr, Sandy. i iC
70 J. D. SUllwell. Alto.
71 R. M. Falrbourn. Crescent (bana;
72 E. W. Hcndrlckson, IP0,,. t ?
72 Hyrum S. Mouslcy, Bluff Dale, ft q
74 J. R. Frcemnn. Herrlman. t
75- Loonora E. Howard. Rlvcrton. ;
7C Albert Maboy, Sandy. j
77 C. L. Cooper, West Jordan. , . h
7S Hyrum Goff. West Jordan-
79-WllIard Pixton. TavJorsvlUe
50- C. L. Countryman. Bingham can
51- J. F. Price. Bingham Canon. i j
52- J. C. Hardlo. Bingham Canyon. &
53- W. S. Reld, RIter. jj J
Sri Rasmus Nellson, Hunter. I
'65-Mtu-thn Bolton. Granger. j
EO-F. W. Scrioonfeld, Brighton.
.J . -n-..! onnr Seventh t
and Twclftr Piutli. Twelf
SS-E. Eldrcdge, 1223 East
3 SOJacob P. Olson. Forest Dale. I
&0-H.A. Wlcke, Bingham Canyon. 1
91-J. H. Earl. North Point. t
V A G. Groon. Bingham. 4j
Unless you register on OctojerJ
or IS. November 1 or 2, you cannot vn
on November 8 or In the school electj l
In December. It Is Important to rj
ister early. . flr ;
Have your namo registered too i
day. Than, rustle your, friends,' .. i