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llX THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26, 1910. r H
fob steel trust
fHfjtings Not Qnite So Large as
Hpfrevioiis Quarter, but Ex
IBr ceed $37,000,000.
3Hr " :
HBbEW' YORK, Oct. 25. Earnings of the
jjfjKtcd States Steel corporation for the
HHrd quarter of the calendar year as
jjKounccd today following tho regular
Bfctihg of tho directors, aggregated
Ki65,lS7. Net earnings, after deduct
jjjKr J6.nK,62, of which 55.555.555 was
YfiKrged to "depreciation and extraordl
IHty, replacement funds," were 531.0-18,-!sK-
j These figures compare with ?10,
jlKSEO gross and 333,380.755 net earnings
CJBNhe previous quarter, and 538,246.007
jjRjg" and 530.S55.019 net for the third
fH5er of 19C3.
mWblal earnings of the steel corpora
KjBL'ifor the first nine months of this
fHr, amount to $115,153,023. against
"pHT;058.66C for the corresponding period
fiBfehesurplus net income for the quar
tfHke reported today is $11.07S,0S3, or
lMs32.03U less than that of the previous
'SBwicr. Regular quarterly dividend of
vBKwr cent on the preferred shares and
bllBer cent on the common Was de
"'Ered todav. No statement regarding
uBftdo conditions was given out, but it
Sfcuj intimated that earnings for tho cur
nKtl month would compare favorably
PKth) those of September, which amount-
fpGood results alwavs follow the use of
.fKjiey, Kidney Pills. They contain just
lEg ingredients necessary to tone,
yHtafigthen and regulate the kidnoy3
fEd j bladder, and to euro headache.
jRhramm-Johnson, Drugs. Five stores.
iWk- EXCfUESION TO DENVER.
.K:' October 27. 1
jjlB&Via O. S. L. and U. P. lines. Round
Ep,from Salt Lake, $22.50; limit No
Hpuer 11. City ticket offlco 156 Main
Hrude type of fake
! for ignorant negroes
fBj&riiANTA. Ga., Oct. 25. William
'Pilliains, a ucrto, is in jail here today
jMhtLrged with swindling, on account of
jBic ( peculiar cure for blindness which
IKp' devised. His remed3' consisted in
JRivinj: a tack into the back portion of
tKblind negro's skull and charging $2.50
(War the operation. Robert Ward, the
jjJBictim, fold the police judge, that the
Jf&ck process was not very painful, but
?Hfast Williams's manner of taking the
'50 "hurt considerable."
jlw LIVES TWELVE YEAES ?
H WITH PRACTITEED SKULL f
iJm&V. NEW YORK, Oct. 25. Al- ?
MFgJtliPHgh Corporal William 4
JB1 'Richards suffered a fracture of r
'. tlie skull when the battleship r
Et" !Maiue was blown up in Havaiia v
fcj'harbor twelve years ago, he did 4
liK'hol know it until ii few da3's 4
tR,ao. when he was informed of 4
jRMhe nature of his ni.iury by a 4
jHfcivew York hospital surgeon. At 4
iHythe time of the accident P.ich- 4
jHv ards supposed his injury was 4
"nothing more tlian a scalp 4
Hp. .wound. But at intervals ever 4
;HJF Bince lie has had severe head- 4
'Hr aches which compelled him 4
Wfcl finally to seek the naval hospital 4
jHRhere for treatment. His ailment 4
By .will be relieved by a series of 4
Hr' operations, which "have already 4
wky been begun by CTie naval sur- 4
(hs,Econs. Despite his fractured 4
Hjr, skull, a Richards fought 'through 4
HPthe Spiuiish-Aiuerican war and 4
HJ continued in the government ser- r
HK.vice as a cavalryman on land 4
MR1 jnnd as a seaman on water and 4
K passed several physical examina- 4
y.'tions meanwhile. 4
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Brings Back Original Color to Any
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Dye ruins hair, stops Its growth and
makes it como out. Besides, its use can't
be concealed. Uso Van's Mexican Hair
hair; vou"ll marvel at the result. No one
will ever be abls to tell you are using
any tiling. It restores hair to its original,
uniform color no matter what tho origi
nal color was. Positively removes dand
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Sold at all drug stores, S1.00 a bottte,
or sent direct by Dwlght T. Sprague &
Co., u5-57 Dearborn St., Chicago. Satis
Recommended and for salo by M. L.
Gibson. 215 State St.
GRAND JURY BUSY
Court Instructs Inquisitors as
to Scope of Their Duties
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Oct. 25. The
grand jury to investigate the destruc
tion of the Los Angeles Times with
twenty-one of its men, October 1, and
to indict suspects, if it is found that
tho destruction was wrought by human
hands, was impanelled toda' by Judge
Bordwell of the superior court. Charles
Weir, a lumberman, was chosen foreman
of the .iury, which is made up in tho
main of ranchers, merchants, packers
and fruit growers.
In his charge Judge Bordwell voiced
hit; regret because of the publicity given
tho search for the alleged dynamite con
spirators and he enjoined the strictest
pecrecy upon all connected with the
grand jury investigation. "You will
not assume," the court proceeded,
"that the explosion was the work of
human agency, but you will determine
that question from such evidence as is
obtainable. And if you conclude that
an' person or pero'sns intentionally
placed explosives in or adjacent to said
building und caused the same to be ex
ploded, which resulted in the destruc
tion of said building, then such act con
stitutcs the crime of murder and also
the crime of arson.
Ground for Indictment.
"You will direct your efforts to the
ascertainment and identity of all per
sons concerned in said crimes, whether
as principals or accessories, " continued
the court, "and if the evidence which
may be presented to you, unexplained
or uncontradicted, would in 3'our judg
ment warrant conviction by trial b'y
jury, any person or persons of such
crime, then it is your duty to find in
dictments against them.
"All persons concerned in the com
mission of a crime, "whether they di
rectly commit it, or aided in its com
mission, or, not being present, have ad
vised and encouraged its commission,
are principals in any crime so com
mitted. "All persons who, after full knowl
edge that a felony has been committed,
conceal it from tho magistrate, or har
bor and protect the person charged w'ith
it or convicted thereof, are accessories."
Twelve- affirmative votes, tho judga
told the jurors,. Avere sufficient to ordel
The jury began its first session thia
afternoon and adjourned until Thurs
UMMSIPP3m r ttc mottier in the home to .he
mBPMmH&& strong aud well, able to devote he:
0GM&M time and strength to the rearing ot
WWWliWi' blessings. Often tho bearing of
BHlSSSSSSaalillP children injures the mother's health,
HlsPJISa U she has not PrePared her system
HI QrtOooaboOoaoEcnoSoflZ&bkgi in advance for the portal event.
women who uso Mother's Priend arc saved much of tho discomfort and suffering
B9 common with expectant mothers. It Is a penetrating oil that thoroughly lubri-
HJgrtes evcry muscle, nervo and tendon involved at such times, and thus promotes
HHhyslcal comfort. It aids nature by expanding tho skin and tissues and per-
Hltotly prepares the system for the
Pining of baby. Mother's Friend PMiftl??B
Iwires a quick and natural recovery c6Mfllfl!S!5af
Hot every woman who uses it. It is mMMt&tM
Mot sale at drug stores. Write for
R hook for expectant mothers. VcSSMM&M
KSBADFIEU) EEGTJTiATOE CO., bmM0MMet&
P Atlanta, Ga, BlMtJfe
I ELECTRIC LIGHTING I
Tungsten Talks to Trades Folk No. 3
H' The fact being established that you need Plenty
H of light, the next thing is to get the Nearest Approach
H to Daylight obtainable. That's where the Tungsten
Mr , Lamp comes in. Tt has no excess of green or' yellow
j rays; therefore it shows all things in their True Col- . I
I - ors. I
M r And at thesame time you get Three Times as 1
jfl J Much Light for the Same Current Consumed as you
9 - would from the ordinary incandescent lamp.
m We Are Selling Tungsten Lamps
jl at Reduced Prices.
I Utah Light & Railway
K - , ".Electricity for Everything "
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1 WEATHER FORECAST POR WEDNESDAY 1
Weather Forecast for Salt Lake City and for Utah: Partly cloudy "Wednesday and Thursday;
Cooler Wednesday. ,
jf 1K 8. Department of Afirioultura, J
j WEATHER 5UREAU. t . -
C .ViLLIS U MOORE. ChlBf. '' - fJ'' ' '
Sfs XAiiZVca Forecast fotBJQlol
) 6TXD01.B Indicate Ut of wcathon O ilearj Cf P,rt, -r 7 , . , I 2 . ' aJSfl
eloadn- cloudy: (g)rln; snow; & report mlulag. j rTJ. U, A O U p W PrfS p.tfj-Wi
third, wind veloeltj of 10 mllai pr hour or more, f ' ' . l
A crest of high pressure appears on the Pacific coast, extending: to the Great
Basin, and fair, slightly cooler woathor Is. expected In Utah Wednesday and
Thursday. A large low over the Dakotas has caused high temperatures over
the Mississippi valley, but no precipltaton of importance was reported. An
other low over New ISngland has caused showers In the northern Appalachian
mountains. ALFRED H. THIESEN, Section Director.
ALEUTS WILL SOON
Famous Race of Basket Weav
ers Succumbing to Diseases
PORT TOWN SEND. Wash., Oct. 25.
The natives of the Aleutian Islands are
threatened with extinction because of
the ravage of tuberculosis, measles and
pneumonia, according to a report brought
today by the revenue cutter Tahomc.
flagship of the Bering sea seat patrol
Captain J. H. Qulnlan of the cutter
declares that remedial action is Impera
tive. He advocates assembling all tho
tribes and clans now scattered In Iso
lated camps and villages, 'at some point
where they may receive medical super
vision. Captain Quinlan says conditions in the
archipelago are pathetic. The natlve-s
undoubtedly would resist concentration
and they helplessly witness the extinc
tion of their race.
The Aldutlans are famous for the beau
tiful baskets which they weave from
The Tahoma. will make a report to the
National Geographic society on the new
eruption of Mount Bogoslav. Castle Rock,
one of the largest of tho Bogoslav Isl
ands, was greatly reduced In size dur
ing the year. Perry Island, which dis
appeared in an eruption two years ago.
has reappeared, and a new Island has
been thrown up. The latter has been
named Tahoma island.
DENVER AND RETURN, $22.50
Via D. & R. a. B. E., Oct. 27.
Tickets good returning until Novum
ber 11. Stopovers on return trip. Tick
et office 301 Main street.
VAST SUMS AVAILABLE
FOR NUMEROUS COLLEGES
NEW YOEK, Oct. 25. Appropria
tions amountinp to $725,000 were ap
portioned to bix colleges and univer
sities at a meeting of the general edu
cation board here today, conditional on
the institutions raising certain amounts
to secure the gifts. John D. Rocke
feller, Jr., anl Starr J. Murphy wero
among the members of the board pres
ent. The institutions named and the
amounts are as follows: Baylor uni
versity, Waco. Texas, $200,000; Trin
ity college, Durham, N. C, $150,000;
University of Chattanooga, Tenn., $150,
000; Meredith college, Iialeigh, N. C,
$50,000; Weslcyan female college, Ma
con, Ga., 100,000; Amherst college,
Amherst, Mass., $75,000.
ONLY PAYS SMALL SUM
FOR KILLING A MAN
CINCINNATI, O., Oct. 25. Frank
M. Coudon, former cashior of the fod
ernl customs officos in this city, who
"tipped off" a shortago of $643,000 to
the Big Pour officials, for which Charlos
L. Warrinor is now serving a six-year
penitentiary sentence, today was or
dered by a ury to pay $700 damages
to Mrs. Mattio McDormott, for the kill
ing of her eon, Fred McDcrmott, two
years ago, 1
Shortly nftor McDermott was shot
and killed, Couden was acquitted on a
charge of murder.
For Bald Heads
A Treatment That Costs' Nothing if it
We want you to try three large bot
tles of Kexall "93" llair Tonic on our
personal guarantee that the trial will
not cost you a penny if it does not give
you absolute satisfaction. That's proof
of our faith in this remedy, and it
should indisputably demonstrate that
we know what wo arc talking about
when wo say that Rexall "03" Hair
Tonic will grow hair on bald heads, ex.
cept where baldness has been of such
long duration that the roots of tho hair
arc ontircly dead, the follicles closed
and grown "over and tho scalp is glazed.
Remember, wo arc basing our state
ments upon whnt has nlreatly been ac
complished by tho use of Rexall "93"
Hair Tonic, "and we hnvo the right to
assume that what it has dono for thou
sands of others it'will do for vou. In
any. event you cannot lose anything by
giving it a trial on our liberal guaran
tee. Two sizes, 50c and $1.00. fiemom
ber, you can obtain Rexall Remedies
in this community only at our store
The Roxall Store's. Druchl & Frnnkon,
271 Main; Smith Drug Co., "Tho Busy
.Corner"; Smith Drug Co. No. 2, 100
PLOT IS ALLEGED
TO Fill FRANCE
Premier Briand Makes Sensa
tional Statements in the
House of Deputies.
PARIS, Oct. 25. On the reassembling
of tho chamber of deputies today, after
the government had been attacked by
the Socialists, Premier Briand created a
sensation by declaring that he had
proof, through confessions of the lead
ers of tho recent railroad strike, that
there was a deliberate plot to ruin
France by violence, anarchy and civil
war. The premier said that the cab
inet wns studying a yjlan to prevent a
repetition of such strikes -while at the
same time guarding the legitimate rights
of wage earners.
The Socialist members of the' chamber
of deputies made a violent demonstra
tion against M. Loplne, tho prefect of
Paris, and the head of the police was
forced to withdraw. Then they de
nounced tho ministry for "throwing
military resources of the country to the
Bervico of capital," asserting that
such a procedure only increased the war
C A3T O R 1 A
Colonial laundry Oo.
Only the bost. Wo strive to pleaso.
Wo launder anything. Phones 3999.
Tribune-Reporter Printing Oo.
66 West Second South St. Phono 718.
If your want be a situation, mako
it known by tho insertion of a want
ad in Tho Tribune.
1 Short News Stories
GALVESTON, Tex.. Oct. 25. Foara are
entertained here for the safety of tho
J3rltfeh steamship Parlwood, which left
St. Thoma3. Trinidad, October 9, for Gal
veston, and 1b now a week overdue.
PITTSBURG, Oct, 25. The Luther
League of America opened Its ninth an
nual convention here tonight, with about
fiOO delegates and visitors presont from
all scctlonw of the country. The conven
tion is also tho fiftieth anniversary of the
WASHINGTON. Oct. 25. Drew .T.
I.lnanl. who has been United States con
sul nt Celba and who has been summoned
to Washington, will be aligned to an
other post. Mr. Unard has been at Celba
for several years, and his recall ls In
keeping with tho policy of rotation In of
fice pursued by tho department.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 25. Secretary
MacVeagh had a conference today with
Assistant Socretarv Curtlss and Chair
man Empry and James D. KevnoldB of
the tariff board. Frederick Achenbach.
the treasury department's confidential
agent nt Berlin, also was present. Tho
general subject of undervaluations wo
dlscusHCd. Mr. MacVeagh expects the
tariff hoard lo be his principal weapon
In the fight for full valuations. -
CHICAGO. Oct. 25. The suit or the
government to cnloln the Chicago but
ter and egg hoard from making quotations.-
came hefore Judge Kohlsaat In tho
United States circuit court todav. After
hearing argument. Judge Kohlsaat de
clared that tho allegations In the hill
were not sufficiently specific on the con
spiracy charge. J,eavc of twentv days
was given In which to amend the bill,
MOBILE. Ala., Oct. 25. News wsis re
ceived in Mobile todnv of the safo .ar
rival of the schooner MIfs Otis from Moss
Point. Miss., for Culm, with lumber, at
Tamnn, Fla., having put In there dis
abled after the hurricane. The captain
and every member of the crew arc re
ported safe. All hope for the safely of
the vessel had been given up.
NEW TORIv. Oct. 25. Man v shots
were exchanged between the police and
the striking drivers of the United States
Express company and their uvmpathlzers
at Jersey City today. As fnr as could bo
learned, no nno was hurt bv the bullets,
but clubs and black-jacks were used free
ly and scores were rut and bruised.
Later several drivers who ventured upon
ferryboats with their teams were badly
PORTLAND, Or.. Oct. 25, James R.
Webb, convicted Inst week of first-decree
murder, for the killing of W. A,
Johnson In this city on June 20 last, was
sentenced todav to be hanged at. Salem
on Doccmnor IK. The selection of a jun
to hear the evidence against Mrs. Carrie
Keren of Seattle, charged with having
been an accessory In the murder of John
Bon, was begun today. y ,
Record at the local office, United States
weather bureau, for twenty-four hours
ending at G p. m. yesterday. Tempera
ture at G p. m., G2; maximum tempera
ture. G8; minimum temperature, 44: mean
'temperature. 56, which Is 8 degrees above
normal; total excess since the first of
the month, 47 degrees; total excess since
January 1, 642 degrees.
Precipitation at 6 p. m.. 0; total pre
cipitation since first of the month, 2.64
Inches, which ls 1.59 Inches above nor
mal; total excess since January 1. 3.55
Relative humidity, 39 per cent.
October 26 Moon rises at lt28 m.
and sets at 3t52 p. m. 27th.
Sun rises at 6:52 a. m. and sets at
5:32 p. m.
3 O 4
stations 3 :
SALT LAKE CITY 62 I2 4
Modcna 62 "2 6
Grand Junction GO 2 4
Durango 5G 0 4
Washington 52 2 4
New York City 56 2 24
San Francisco 81) '6 4
Phoenix 010 4
Wlnnemucca 66 2 7
Boise l C2 0 4
San Diego 6B 12 S
Portland 64 -2 . 12
Roseburg 5 . 7
Spokane f f
Helena : S2 8 14
Denver 'J I
Sheridan GO M0 6
Roswell 8 10 4
Chicago 544 b
Chamberlain 'b Cough Bemody lias be
come famous for its euros of coughs,
colds, croup and influenza. Try it
when in need. It co'ntaius no harmful
substance and- alwayB gives prompt re
lief. Sold by all dealers.
Housekeeping rooniB. Havo you
rooms to rent or are you hunting!
Whichever it bo save time and need
less worry bv the insertion of a little
want ad in The Tribune. Phone, Bell,'
5200: Ind.. 360.
Kodak Pictures Finished.
Mail your films to ub. Salt Lake
Photo Supply Co.. 177 Main street. Ex
clusive photo dealers.
Give that deli- jjMjyKI M
se difficult to L M
obtain in any SlJ
other way. V tjjffi
1 is a pare, grcascless toilet p
cream ; fragrant, pleasant I
and harmless. j
If you have a red, blotch-
etj, pimply, coarse skin, I
apply a generous coating f$
of it to-night, and notice
the effect to-morrow. I
Get hat any A.TJ.S. I
Look far the sden. J
THESE ARE THE LOCAL A. D. S.
Schramm-Johnson Storo, No. 1, 2nd South
and W. Temple.
Schramm-Johnson Store, No. 2, Main and
Schramm-Johnson Storo, No. 3, 1st West
and S. Temple.
Schrumm-Johnson Store, No. 4, Main and
1st South streets.
Schramm-Johnson Storo, No. 5, 13 Ex
Brlgtuim St. Pharmacy, corner B and
Owl Drug Co., corner 1st South and Main
W. H, Dayton Drug Co., corner 2nd South
and Slate streets,
Ilnlllday Drug Co., Stnto and K. 1st' South
University Drug Co., 13th East and 2nd
E. T. Studness, 5C4 Third avenue.
Doull Drug Co.. 33S Main street.
Frank E. Whitworth. 2nd South and Slh
Roblson Drug Co., S76 1st avenue.
Hoover Drug Co201 IV. 2nd South.
Coombs Drug Co., 1th Soutlt and State
Boyle Drug Co., 9th East and 9th South.
State St, Pharmacy, corner 7th South
and State streets.
Hospital Pharmacy, corner 7th North and
1 Second "West.
I Murray City Pharmacy, Murray, Utah.
.West Side Pharmacy, corner 8th West and
A Commercial Age Demanis Skilled1' I
Business Specialists I
The Boy or Girl of Now-a-Days to 'Sue- H
ceed Must Specialize on Bust- H
ness Education " H
Utah Business College Stands Foremost in Preparing Ambitions
Young Folks for Important Positions.
No bottor illustration of the im
portance of specializing in education
can bo found than at the Utah Busi
ness College. A visit to this splendid
school of business on tho fourth floor
of the Boston building is a revelation
to tho uninitiated.
Mr. A. C. Davia, principal of the
school, explained to the writer the mod
ern methods of instruction. Individual
attention ie given each student by ex
ports in the different branches. The
room for work on the typewriters is
divided from the large study room by
a glass partition which prevents the
clicking of the machines annoying the
students in bookkeeping, penmanship
and shorthand departments and at the
same time the typewriting students aro
under the observation of instructors.
Devices and methods have been in
stalled by Mr. Davis to mako the Utah
Business' College absolutely perfect in
every detail. Modern business meth
ods are taught and the student who
graduates from this college is equipped
to taku a stand in the front ranks of
the business profession.
Night school is conducted for the
benefit of young men and women who
aTc employed during the day and are
ambitious to improve their condition.
These classes are presided over by
competent teachers who devote every
effort to help the students realize their
The day school is conducted on the
same careful plan, the personal instruc
tion insuring much quicker and' more
thorough results than obtained in the
ordinary business college.
Mr. Davis has spared no pains or ex
pense to make his school the best in the
city. Students may enrol at any time
as the personal tutorial method gives
each individual just the instruction
necessary in each branch.
Tho study rooms are large, well light
ed and perfectly ventilated. ' Tho build
ing is modern' in every respect, abso
lutely fire proof and provided with four
electric elevators. The location is cen
tral and every condition exists to make
this school desirable in every respect.
Students wishing to investigate may
write, telephone or call on Mr. Davis,
who will be glad to explain all tho
methods und details of he work.
1 lA For this Ex- I
HjjjB WE ARE SHOWING- j ' I
sHI Oli .this; solid golden 1 H
Hi If If TABLE EST 3 LENGTHS; I
W 6810 EEET; THE H
" TOP IS 42 INCHES H
SQUARE WHEN CLOSED AND IS SECURE-
LY BOLTED, MAKING THE TABLE
STRONG-ND SERVICEABLE. . H
This Table will fill your needs H
in dining room or kitchen, 'H
Dinwoodey's y. rM
t GARDNER DAILY .STORE NEWff 4 MB
i "Weather Forecast for Toda' Fair. jH
t Coming, as It Does, at the Beginning $lH
I " of the Season, This Sale Is Little 1 WM
Short of a 'Blessing 'to Buyers :
t TT HAS been well and truly said that "a frieiid in need
I 1 is a friend indeed.' ' To the average person a low price J
J on out-of-season goods is of no advantage. But to buy sea-
1 sonable goods at unseasonable prices that's a good fortune
9 that seldom presents itself. This sale is saving money, for ,f
thousands of men and boys, making it possible to buy win- J. fl
ter clothing cheaper than ever before. f fl
I Low Prices on Men's Winter Suits T
flip ou mav now seec frrru the finest lines
W NSfcL'1 e es cotners in America at prices $
J pilMSfe1 which are almost ridiculous in comparison to I
3 PWSill5'? e rea- vaues tne sus- Gardner Suits
afeS are arscav designed and tailored, in the J
fi1- mos skillful manner. The new grays and
$ BkI ! browns are shown in a liberal, assortment of 1
f iSA Bl8 value -t18 suits S in thl's 8ale f
. (i at $13.50 I
J l!PlBig value, $25 suits go in this sale ?
$ yl''P VQUe' Sl"ts S n this sale f .
i Wm" gBig value, $35 suits go in this sale J
J A BIG RAINCOAT VALUE ' H
Raincoats in plain black arid gray, gray stripes and pin J
check effects, very stylish garments and a splendid $20
value. Our special price during this sale 00 ?
TRIBUNE WANT ADS PULL! I