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2 ' THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE;. SATURDAY MOMmB. -a.TO.TT. ul lone, ' 7 ' . ' . " iff .
H hc President, i;uo Deraoorats and the
H- sount.ry were demanding, for fear a
H 'majority of the Republican party ot
H the House would adopt thorn. He
1,-poko of tbo employers ' liability bill
' reported by "the committee on the .iudi
; ciary. and remarked that ho was glad
' o sec "a. few fruits, " Facing his
k .JJ . colleagues, he exclaimed: "I congratu-
r. late you gontlemon on the Democratic
,;' ' )ide upon that fact."
);,. "Beforo the session ig over,' Tr.
:' "Williams declared, "this whole country
h' " will know that, if remedial legislation
v cannot be procured from this Congross
,.u lb will bo because the minority, under
,; tho general and the special rules, ar
na helpless for legislative purposes aa a
' .V '.'child shooting peas out of a niuzzlo
.rloading shcUgun (ac Gibraltar is holp
pu )css for destor3'oing tho rock."
' Will Fight to the End.
!;':' - Continuing, 3r. Williams said "this
-'rule is the first squeal from tho other
.wv,side, bnt it won.'; be, tho last. They
"ftavo more rules up their BleQve which
,' a? hoy will bring, in later." lie was
. 3iofc tr be intimidated, however, he
'. will 6iay to tho dog da3T3."
"jrrr Williams, turning to his own
side of the House, said thoy did not
, .have much power, but, referring to Mr.
H Payne ''s statement that Oongress would
Hf ' , be run without any interference of the
I. J Democrats, ho pointed our. the various
r 'parliamentary ways by whicli they
could make .themselves felt.
Again addressing himself to the Re
publicans, ho said:
1 tl Whenever you dare let the Houso
' consider any of the special bills which
1 the country is demanding, wo have tho
power of adding ourselves as a minor
lty to a. fraction of the majority and
thereby making a majority of this
. House. " m
Tho District of Columbia bill then
' was laid aside, and, on a motion to
. .adjourn, the Democrats forced a roll
t call. The motion prevailed; yeas, S7;
.nays, 82; "present," 16; "and tho
House, at 6:42 p. m., adjourned.
II "c PHASE OF PHOHIBITTON
THAT VEXES THE SEtfATE
WASHINGTON, April 3. The Sen
L . .ate committdo on tho judiciary spent
if several hours considering the various
bills intended to relievo prohibition
!i ; States from Feloral interference in
) dealing with liquor traffic within the
"borders of such States, but no agree
menfc was reached. It was determined,
i ' .however, to vote on tho measure on
' -Monday. From the discussion today i
'there appears to be a chance for the
B v J'yoporti uff of somo measure dealing with
H Part of the questions at leasn, that
.'have been agitated in a number of
Southern States, which have been pre-
; : vented by Supremo Court rulings from
, exercising their police powers for the
i , control of commerce in intoxicants.
t There is a substantial agreement
I ' among members of the committee that
J, . all bills which attempt to define what
arc the police powers of a State will
! "bo laid aside as unconstitutional. Sen-
j 1 ator Knox declared that tho police pow-
II nrs of a Stato are Bomething the Fed
u . oral trovernmont has no authoritv to
I lit I . add to or to take from. It is boheved
ll that a majority of the committee,
! ! . however, will support a measure which
r !f ! will require that packages containing
I j liquors to bo shipped from ono Stato
hj or Territory to another must bo plain-
U ly marked to indicate tho contents;
jfl i which will abolish. tho "collect on de-
i' j 'livery" feature connected with intor
e state commerce in intoxicants and
0 "yrhich will provide that tho consignee
H j must be definite. Tho purpose is to
IL pat an end to "collect on delivery"
W' shipments of liquors to flctitioun par-
I j ties and the delivery of the liquors
i f by railroads or express companies to
. 1 any person who will pay the charges,
i , j This system has been one of the causes
, a of much complaint by the State and
-f it was asserted before the committee
' that it has permitted the transporta-
R 1 lion companies to act as the agents
i ! of liquor dealers or to make the com-
1 "j panics actual dealers themselves in in-
I j . toxicants.
( DRAGS SLOWLY ALONG
I . WASHINGTON, April 3. The most
I " interesting development of the day bc-
' fore the special submarine boat inves-
J t.igatiug committee was tho production
x t ot" another anonymous letter charging
I that an attorne3' of tho 'Electric Boat
f . company had been brought out as can-
j I didaio for Congress against Congress
. man Loud of Michigan, bnt had been
J withdrawn upon Mr. Loud 's proraisa to
j voto for suhmarinea. Tho letter waB
mailed from this city to tho Detroit
t, j rco Press, and was produced by Jobs
j . Carmichael, its Washington correspond-
t j .cnt, v,ho received it. The committee
. adjourned until ronday.
j Don't miss seeing Cinderella, and
4 ; the Squawmans Daughter at Em-
? .pire theater.
OFFICER IS ARRESTED:
, PUTS CAPTOR IN JAIL
1 , Polloeman Carlson permitted hlmsolf to
1 bt arrested by a cocalno flend. Edward
Cromer, possessed of the delusion that lie
i was one of The secrot service men who
i Tan Eben J. Gregory, alleged coin sweat-
i er. to earUi. in ironC of 51 East Second
j Eoutn street, Friday morning. Address-
inc the big policeman as a robbor, Cro-
K mer told him he was under arrest, and
' called the patrol wagon. CarlBon went
'A o-"1?' "Rith Cromer until they reached
J ttt9 city jail; then ho threw tho defiled
i man .,nto a celI Cromer Ib charged with
I1 j - AGED NEGRO WAITER
;.j DROPS DEAD ON STREET
i 'P11??1 H- Banks, who enjoyed . tho
Jv. i . f?1,1, La:ke' dropped dead on
the streets Friday afternoon. Aa hq was
h tbf n0ns Ba?t Second South street.
yju attacked by heart trouble and fell
riTi vai,rol w5?oii waa called and car
ried Banks to iSvans's undcrtakinfr nar
lore. Heart trouble Ih believed to l
resulted from his advanced vears
Banks wan the first necTo to be em
ployed at the Knutsford hotS when that
lioBtelry waa opened. Ho worked there
i Thinni!ousl,,ntJ,fctn",e months 5
If .,Ac,tln,ff Coroner Dana T. Smith icwfl
iSo5S&.but (lld not co" ;flJuVS
r, 1 "Time" taken, in e&ting
H' I Prper food, slowly, is "mon-
J: 1 ey." in the end.
J. I The money-making food is
I f I Grape-Nuts
H ; I "There's a Reason"
09 tnforo&t To Warners.
ffo such women as are not seriously onl
Bf healthAbut who have exacting dutla
to perform, either In the way of house
held earesXor in social duties and tunc
tlchfohVserlottsly tax their strength,
as werraS nursing mothers. Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription has proved a moat
valuable suprtlng tonic and invigorat
ing norvlnc. By fta timely use, much
pcrlous sickness and satferlng may bo
voided. Tho .onorqting table and tho
rc;eoqs' knife, would. t, Ih beTTflf;
Kpldo'm hav'ft to beomploycd Lf this most
valuable wnrnanrrftfnftriy worp rfenrtod
to jnlropd time. j The " Favorite Prescr lp
tlbn'Tias proven a great boon to expectant
mothers by preparing the system for tho
coming of baby, thereby rendering child
birth safe, easy, and almost painless.
Bear In mind, ploase that Dr. PJerce'i
Favorite" Prescription Is not a secret oi
patent medicine, against which tho mosl
Intelligent people are quite naturally
averse, because of tho uncertainty aa tc
their composition and harmless character,
bnt Ib a MmrcurE of kxowk composI'1'
Tiozt, a full list of all Its incrodlonts helm?
printed, In plain English, on every bottle
wrapper. An examination of this list ol .
ingredlonts will diBcloso the fact that It lk
non-alcoholic in Its composition, chemic
ally pure, trlplo-reflncd glycerine taking
the place of tho commonly used alooholj
In its make-up. In this connection It
may not be out of placo to state that th
Favorite Prescription " of Dr. Pierce Is
the qnlv medicine put up for the euro of
Tromans peculiar weaknesses and ail
ments, and sold through druggists, all
tho ingredients of which have the un
animous endorsement of all the leading
medical writers and teachers of all tho
several schools of practice, and that too
as remedies for the ailments for which
Favorite Prescription" la reconamendod.
A little book of these endorsements will
be sent to any address, post-paid, and
absolutoly free If you request same by
postal card, or letter, of Dr. B- V. Pierco,
Buffalo. N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con
stipation. Constipation is the cause of
many diseases. Cure the canse and yp
guxo the disease. l Easy to take aa can'
GOOD M PROBLEM
iS II RELATES 18 UTAH
One of the Propositions Being
Faced by tiie Slate School
With tho advancing position taken bj
the Utah State School of Mins as a fac
tor in the industries of tho State, particu
larly those directly connected with cng-l-noorinpr,
thero hns come a desire on tho
part of tho authorities of tho institution
to co-operato, as far as possible, with tho
engineering- lntoresta of the State to aa
elBt in ecttllnfr mooted questions. Ono of
tho bicjrest problems now boforc the peo
ple or the Stato is that connected with
the building of good roadu. This problem
is being: attacked by the exports of the
Utah School of Mines. Four new pieces
or special apparatus have recently been
purchacod and are now being- Installed
to test materials. Standard tests adopt
I ed by engineers throughout tho countrv
will bo used to gaujre the t-haractor o't
material which Is to be used in roadway
The problem of good roads has recently
become oven more Important. owin to
the fact that the last Legislature passed
a "good roadB" bill permitting counties to
carry on this work on a large scale; The
control of the construction of these roads
was plaaed in the hands of the Suite
A standard abrasion cylinder is the
most recent addition to tho equipment. It
Ih to be used for determining the wearing
qualities of paving stones. The work of
testing this material is directly under the
control of Profs. ID. II. Bockstrand and
French. TiVey are now in communica
tion with certain sections of tbe Statu
preparatory to beginning a sorles of ad
BUT PASSENGERS ESCAPE
DA JSTTLLE, 111.. Apri 1 a. East -bound
Continental Limited Irain No.
4. of tho Wabash railroad was
wrecked- in a cut six miles from this
point at 1 o'clock this afternoon. 2To
ono was killed, and only a small num
ber received injuries.
The train was running slowlv when
it. left the rails. All of the cars went
off the track excepting the diner. The
200 passengers ou tho train were
thrown into a panic, which quickly
subsided when if. was ascertained that
there were no fatalities. The paH-sengex-P
were taken out through the
GRIEF FOR PET DOG
IS CAUSE OF SUICIDE
IflMV'ELLE, N. J., April 3.
Brooding over the death of a pet dog,
Mrs. Hanna Willis threw herself into
the Richmond millpond near honje,
early today, and was drownod. Sev
eral weeks ngo while Mrs. Willis was
crossing the railroad track, an electric
car struck and killed her pet dog. The
shock so unnerved her that hor physi
cians feared for her reason.
GOOD SAMARITAN SENDS
$20 TO AGED COUPLE
V. .V. JLightfoot of 144 West Third
South street, a laborer who accidentally
struck his foot with a pick two or three
months ago and caused a wound from
which plood poison resulted, submitted to
the amputation of the leg at the Kcogh
Hammond hospital Friday that his life
might bo saved. Tho limb was' amputat
ed between the knee and ankle.
Mr. and Mrs. Liglitfqot. both- aged,
have been tho object of charity for some
time and Thursday they received from
"Washington. D. C, a note of svmpathv '
containing two ten-dollar bills. The note
was unsigned, consequently Mr. arid Mr.
Lightfoot do not know whom to thank
for the money.
Oousin of King Peter Dies.
PARIS, April 3. Prince BaJIdor Karar
Goorgevitch, a cousin of King Ptcr of
Servia, 'died In this city today. He bad
resided ip Paris for Borne time, and was
ell known In artistic circles.
New Yorker Dios in Rawhide.
BAWHlbE. Nev., April S. Theodore
Cox died here yesterday morning after an
illness : of ten dny. Air. Cox came to
Rawhldo February 1 from New York,
where he had been prominent for a num
ber of years in finances and politics. Of
late years he had been connected with
Big Tobacco Factory Bums.
LYNCHBURG. Va., April 3Flre hero
early today destroyed three tobacco fac
tories operated by. T. P. Dunnlngton
estimated loss Is 5200.000. '
For sho car&ot help it. Women are !
often cross, irritable, hysteric, and i
declare thoy are driven to disfcrac- ,
tion at tho slightest provocation.
Men cannot understand -why this '
should be so. To them it is a mys- -tery
because in nine times out of
ten this condition is caused by a
serious forainine derangement.
A remedy is necessary-vvhich acta
directly upon the organs afflicted, re
storing a healthy normal condition to
the feminine system, which will
quickly dispel all hysterical, nervous
and irritable conditions. Such is
The following letter serves to
prove this fact.
Mrs. Mattie Copenhaver, 316 So.
21st St., Parsons, Kans., writes:
" For two vearfi T snrrrl -fr-rv, -u
worst forms of feminine ills, until I
was almost driven frantic Nothing
bnfc morphine would relieve me. Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
brought me health and happiness and 3:
made me a well woman."
FACTS TOR SBCK WOMEN. 4j
For thirty years Lydia E. Pink- 1
ham's Vegetable Compound, made
from roots and herbs, has been the
standard remedy for female ills.
and has positively cured thousands of
women who have been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera- c
tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, 2
periodic pains, backache, that bear- c
uig-down feeling, fiatuiency,indiges
tlon,dizzincss,ornervous prostration. 7
Why don't you try it ?
I Mrs. PlnJsham invites all sick I
women to write her for advice. !
She has ffuided thousands to
liealth. Address, Lynn, Maas, T
RECEIVER FOR U. S.
INDEPENDENT PHONE CO.
NEWARK. N. ,T.. April 3. Vicc
Chancellor Howell today decided that
the United Slates Independent Tele
Phono companv, capitalized at $50
000.000. is insolvent, and advised that
a receiver be selected. There i a
.ludrrmeuf. of $16,000,000 against the
All Kinds of Seeds.
Bailey & Sons Co.. 63 East 2nd South.
h Tfflf MJG
$ may cause you a great.
r amount of trouble later in
the season if you do not pro-
vide yourself with
I ' Bail's
$ during house-cleaning time,
f PrevenUs, as well as cxtermi-
nates. 25c a bottle. Deliv-
I f . J. mil Drug Co.
f "Tlic Xcvcr-iSubstitutors."
KnKasement of the Eminent Actor
Mr. Chas. R Emlmi
MATfNEE TODAY AT 2:15
TUB MERCHANT OP VENICE."
"ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA."
Each play an elaborate scenic pro
duction. Prices Niht. 31 R0. 51.00, 76c, 50c,
2oc; matineo, $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c.
Monday matinee and night, "Zlra."
Tuesday mntlnce.and night, "Sham."
Sale opens today.
, ALL WEEK.
Fred Walton & Co.
Gorman & West. Eleanor Falko.
Pantzer Trio. Sadie Sherman.
Cole Sf Racs. Klnodromo.
Every Evening (except Sunday), 3:15,
roc. oOc, 25c. Box scats, ?1.00.
Matineo daily (except Sunday and
Monduy), 2:15; 50c. 25c, 10c. Box
TONIGHT AND ALL THIS WEEK
ZINN'S MUSICAL COMEDY COM
PANY. And the Incomparabla
'16 DANCING GIRLS 16
In the Mudlcal Success
The Telephone Exchange!
Evening prices,. 15, 25, 35 and 50 cts
MATINEES TVEEWESDAY AND SAT
All seniB reserved, 25 .cents.
Next Week: JOLLY MUSKETEER.
1 OAKDNER DATIJy'st
C MAILORDEgSPEOMPTLY FILLED1
Dressed as the '
Boys' m ' -
J Spring ' ' 3 i
Clothing . - " &
S Who hns not heard of 'Q1
Gardner Cloth iug for Boys? JS f
We need not. speak ."of Lhoir tfSt S
good qualities,": but- we do Mwmflm 3
want you; to know-that vo Owilfe i
ar6 showing the finest assort-
c nient of paLterus evor.seeiiin . wPlS
Boys' Suits at a. dozen- '1!
L ' prices, from $2.50. to $12. ' ' . hiBfflffiW? 4
Lots of new ATaists, Shirts,- g
DO YOU WANT A COOK?!
Cooks are not difficult to get, if you know
where to get them. ..
If you wanted a good horse, you wouldn't go ' fc
to the bone yards if you wanted a fine piece . m
of real estate, you wouldn't go to the slums m
. looking for it.
. If you want a good cook, you should look W
where the good cooks advertise. Every day M
and Sunday there are hundreds of advertise- If
ments of cooks printed in The Tribune, un- p
der the classification of "Situations Wanted." fl:
Ii the kind of a cook you want is not adver- p
-Using then you should place an advertisement W
under "Help Wanted." It will cost you a few , H
cents'. Follow these columns and you will 'W
l get what you want. ' . . -It8"
The TFlfeeae Is the Salt Lake newspaper h
?! 'EVEMY -
X ' SATUHBAY
j For the convenience of
f i depoitors, the Savings ,'
J 1 department is open from
6:30 to 8:30 o'clock p.m.
, J The Safe Deposit depart
l 1 ment is open from 8:30
. i a. m. to 10 o'clock p. m. j
! ... , :
, ; - 34 Up Main Street
I Union Dental I
' 5 Coaiipany ;
, 218 SOUTH MAIN.
i : Honest Work. J
j HoBesf Prices. !
I PaiiilosB Extraotion of Teeth
I T or no pay. All "Work Positively
1 Guaranteed. 0
! 'Phonoj, Boll L126-X; Ind. 1126.
. SALT LAKE
I l TURF EXCHANGE
4 -18 E. Second South.
I a A
California apd Eastern Races. Di-
rect TTjre for all Sporting Events 9
m a o 9 e e e m o s o s e 09
I KRYPTOKS ARE FOR PEOPLE WHO
NEED DIFFERENT GLASSES FOR DIS
j TANCE AND NEAR SIGHT.
Kryptoks are our exclusive production:
you will not And them elsewhoro In Salt
COLUMBIAN OPTICAL COMPANY,
,259 ."Main; 'Street, Salt Lake City, Utah.
" Telephone '2153-k.
J. G. McDonald, . fc
- ; -Qty. . :'-.Ki,f ' ft
..Dear Sir: We have used one can of your co-!,r
jcoa and find the flavor equal to, or better than, mostfc
j high grade cocoas now on the market. As for strength, Wil
we think one can of McDonald's cocoa equals
of any other. If you continue to present superior
quality (as you have done with your famous choc-WT
1 , , , part
atcs; success will be yours. Respectfully,
Thos. G. Gill.
I BIGHT IN I
I THIS TOWN I
Thero are hundred? of well erown H
young people and not a few mlddlo M
aged people who have never been H
iJisldQ any drup store In this town
"ViODBE-PITTS STORE I '
Their mothers started them here
and they are still with us and they
stand by this atore like tho one's I
that started them here. It's quite H
a. repulatlon to have. TL means that IB i
ve must be giving satisfaction. B
That our proods -and our prices H
ajid our way of doing: business must
be absolutely right. i
That is tho way we try to do M ,
business and how well we have ,
succeeded Is proven bv the head- Cfl '
lines of this ad. a
Head it again. ffl I
GODBE-PITTS DRUG I
0 IIAVE YOU HEASD ME LB A
1 "Serenata Tests w? ?
3 Victor Kecord 8S07S. Let us t
9 play it for vou. !
o 1 ;
I & Anson Co.
74 SO. MAIN BTEEET.
Nos. 41 to 61 East fhlrd South Street Verr-,'
SOLE WESTERN AGENTS for thJr''Mo
celebrated and rellablo HALL'S SAPKiBvJ:.1 1
AND VAULT FRONTS, all sires n ocibK&k k
new or second-hand, cash, terma or ixW ft l2 blnr
change. yim. uaiiioi, ,
' . HAND ffe
, For Toilet and Bath. ttBw. "
I It meJs.ee the toilet Boma-hintf to. Mar '
I enjoyed. It rerooveo all stains uWlv
rpughnesa, preventa prickly heat tiflu
chafing, and leaves the 8kin white, 11 I
healthy. In the bath it brinirs faJM-.and-
eodiilaratlon, which no oonmifljBUW,,
soap con equal, impaTtinc the vitror Mb ac; .
lif e 36riBarion of a mild Turkish fefj ?1 'Oj
All Grocerg and Dniffaarj--- -gJ5