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I THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING-, JULY 25, 1911. 3 Lfl
361 of Wagon Run
rer His Head.
IFEES TO UNCLE
) Been Next to the
and Knows He Is
:S. July 24 To prove
wasting away because
: outcome of his alleKCd
klcManirral called newa
the county Jail today
a mlsalnp liulton from
rouacrs that ho was not
road In the papers al
was extremely nervous
:c of a mental brcuk
led belnpr worried about
Is now in a hospital
irvouK proHtratlon. but
declared himself por
ed Into talk of his past
all from a wagon whon
old, A Juk he held was
fell and his face and
cut by tho JaKKCd frasr
icol of the wairon passed
,V treoannlnc operation
said, and thirty-seven
:lo to close the cuts,
he knew ho was fol
detcctlvcs. who somc
t close enouKh for hltn
lie was arrested on the
d bo to them,' he said,
lfrald to come to meJ"
Sanation of his state
that follow In two."
insrily. spenklns of his
dim. "He can parade
l my time Is comliiK.
icrc to sue me he said
ve me. I told him he
hide me. but that little
had hidden himself In
I know I am tho most
5 In the case I have
pay wasron. I expect
it 111 take that punlsh
" Is physical condition,
he welched practically
it lie arrived hero. He
welphed 175 pounds,
erod very Rood for n
iclics tall and 37 ycara
Ji K5ING YACHTS ARE
I CAUGHT IN STORM
; cago-Mackinac Eace Results in Dls-
i"" tier; Two Little Vessels Wrecked
in i and One Missing.
... ACKIKAC ISLAND, MIcli., July 24.
the eleven yachts that left Chicago
1, jrday In the Chlcajjo-Macklnac race,
;aro anchored In the harbor here,
a' ' have put In for shelter at different
, along Luke Michigan, ono is
ji eked on Beaver Island, one lies on
JC& Ion Point nml another has not been
t 5 d from since yesterday mornlnp.
is ,is the result of a stonn which
nirr. oed Its height between 5 and o
i fi cx this morning after blowing a gale
chfc V yesterday.
1 w winner of the race, the sloop Ma
in e n, shortly after rapturing the
tla I ;nnc cup. dragged her anchor and
, p lies pounillng to pieces on tho bench.
jlt ra are felt for (ho safety of the
lIIj 1 ?' nothing having been heard from
. ilnce yestenlay morning, when the
oumcen pnssed her.
. v Juanlta Is at Charlevoix, wliore
'V1 lr) fr the night. The sloop
ni, . If! around on Fisherman's
,k fl ,lho Beuvors. Tim Capsicum
rlS lS?Tm, a.1 F-nl:forl The sloop
n& i arr,,ve.d lere this afternoon, and
kt hftlol.E ls "Purleil In shelter at
n h llanltou. Tho Amcrlta and the
r.rL fi.iTerv 11,0 r,rbL 10 arrive last nlghL
i & ini16 b?als whloh arrived here sIic-lv
iff ru S terri,,c baltlc tho
MANY ANSWERS THE
L AMERICAN PROPOSALS
RLIK. July 24. The German gov
fb' 5 1 hJis ""Ished Us study of tho
"fjp-Gcrniany arbitration treaty
mid formliited its comment
tfc?1 W'wlch comment has been for-
ulQtI lions. An official statement of the
TP ? vth0 f'erman views cannot bo
1 W KM hcr' but thcre is reason to
,n -e aB rter stated, they aro favor-
'il S?u5fh1lhc ncBoilatlohs between the
-e- ftPnnf WBC wlth Gra Britain
to IrliZ tl,ls lH explained by the fact
iSH' '"lyed the American
a " 5 L a- r .rin,l !3 t l be con
1 , ns cue to a lvoi'tlle attUudc.
rifri f Not Allowed to Remarry.
d1!' fwL2' ,Th0 court today
to V ni , coiifllltonal sepnra
Vti to M . Rlccanll and Madame Hlc-
M.r?3 C ifc Prnc?s lo Chlmay.
r.',ri: - Th ? Clara Ward of Detroit.
!'. ea linn a.?,':ree Provides that tho
Krante.l on the request of the hus-
Rowing Smaller Every Day.
J WigeiUoa, Sick Headache, Sallow Skiiu
tn.' wiPlU, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE
uenuine annoew Signature
PEK COM, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26
'P'3"Beeker Slock Co.
m- n tho
dfiWL JUful Western Drnimi. x
.RJlnyseat In th-.; house 10c.
CHANGING HER FACE
(From tho Household Friend.)
Any woman not Hatisficd with her
complexion can romove it and have a
now cno. Tlie thin veil of stilling, half
dead cuticle is an incumbrance and
should be removed to give tho fresh,
vigorous young skin undernenth a
chance to show itself and to breathe.
There's a simple old fashioned home
remedy which will always do the work.
Get an ounce of pure mercolizod wax
from .your druggist and apply it at
night "like cold cream, washing it off in
tho morning. Tho niercolidc will gent
ly absorb all tho lifeless skin and
leave a healthy and beautiful complex
ion, as fresh ns a child's. Naturally it
takes with it all such facial blemishes
as freckles, tan, moth patches, sallow
ness. liver spots, pimples, etc. It is
pleasnnt to use, effective and econom
ical. The face so treated immediately
looks j'cars younger.
New Equipment for Oregon
Short Line Expected to Ar
rive by August 1.
s A. new 100-passengor motor car has
been put In operation on the Cache "Val
ley branch of tho Oregon Short Line.
The new car makes connections with all
through trains at Cache Junction and
goes to Preston once and to Logan twice
every day. This car Is In addition to the
old schedule, which remains the same
that It has been.
The motor car that was put on tho
line between McCammon and Montpcller,
7da.. was too high geared for the heavy
grade there and has been taken off thu
schedule there. Three new motor cars
have been ordered and are expected to
arrive here by August 1. One of these
Is a low geared car, built especially for
the McCammon-Montpcller division of the
line, and will be put In operation there
Immediately on Its arrival.
TRAINMEN TO BLAME.
Investigation of Serious Wreck Near
Downey Made by Board of Inquiry.
Tho board of Inquiry which met Sat
urday to decide on the blnme for the
head-on collision which occtirred on the
Oregon Short Line near Downey, found
that the blamo could bo attached to three
persons. Conductor J. O. Phillips was
responsible In that he failed to see that
the head of his train was property guard
ed. Engineer Albert Soalon because he
failed to whistle out a flag to protect
the head end of his train, and Fireman
J. M. Newey because he failed to flag
and thus protect the head end of his
Over three thousand dollars worth of
property was destroyed and several per
sons slightly Injured In the wreck. The
board of Inquiry consisted of P. J. Moran,
who represented the public; A. F. Brewer,
superintendent of tho Utah division, and
M. A. Pond, H. J. Harris, George Ross
and O. B. Chalmers, assistant superin
tendents of the road.
W. L. Park Visits Zion.
W, L. Park, vico president and gen
eral manager of the Illinois Central, ar
rived in this city In his special car over
the Oregon Short Line yesterday fore
noon and left at 1.10 o'clock In tho after
noon. Mr. Park wa's accompanied by
M. K. Barnum, general superintendent
of motive power for the road, the two
lelrig on an inspection trip over tho west
ern roadH. They loft for the oast.
Big Excursion Party Here.
The second party of Hutchinson tour
ists passed through this city yesterday.
They arrived from Yellowstone park yes
terday morning and after spending the
dav here went cast over the Denver &
Rio Grande. There were 100 people In
Booster for West Coining.
Georgn H. Hayne, assistant general
pn.ssenger agent of the Chicago, Milwau
kee &. St. Paul, Is expected to arrive in
this city In the near future. He will come
to this section of the country to do some
Investigation work preparatory to some
extensive advertising that he Is planning
for the west. Ho is well known in this
Elk3 Special Coming.
Tho Los Anceles special, which is car
rvlng 100 Elks from that city, will ar
rive in this city at 1:30 o'clock this af
ternoon. After an afternoon spent In this
city the party Intends to go to Yellow
SENT TO PENITENTIARY
OAKLAND. Cel.. July 2-1. Former
County Assessor Henri' P. Dalton was
sentenced today to serve eight years In
the state penitentiary at San Quontln,
following his conviction of having ac
cepted a bribe of JnOOO from the Spring
Valluv Water company. In consideration
of which he was to rouuee the corpora
tion's assessments I:: 1 hit- county. Tho
S5000 was to bo rrt payment on a total
brlbo of $25,000
Dallcin was trapped by the co-operation
of the Spring Valley Water com
pany cfflcilns and the district attorney.
ASKS IMMEDIATE TRIAL
OR DISMISSAL OF CASE
SAN FRANCISCO. July 2-1 In an at
tempt to bring the San Francisco graft
prosecution cases against Indicted offi
cials of tho United Railroads to an lm,
medlate trial, attorney for Tlroy L.
Ford, one of tho men accused, submitted
a petition for a writ of mandamus
against Judgi; Lnwlcr in the district
court of anneals here today. Ford seeks
to compel an Immediate hearing or have
the enscs dismissed
DEPUTY SHERIFF KILLS
HIS MAN BEFORE DYING
CLIKToN. Anv., July 21. After hav
ing been wounded fctally In a duel last
night. Job it D. Gartictt chief deputy
sheriff of Clifton, shot and killed Ben
Gartu-Xt expired in n few minutes.
The duel followed on nliumpl by Gar
nelt to airf-Ht r nloinonu. who a short
timj i-rcvlnusly had tnken u revolver
from Frank GinggoM and boat the latter
Body Pound in Crevice.
GENEVA- Switzerland. .Inly 24.
The body of Homer Diman, the eight-con-vcar-old
youth of Arlington, Mass.,
who was lost on tho Dent lu MUli in the
Alps on July 5, was round today im
bodiU'd in tho ice in a crevice of a
glacier on the sitlo of the Dent du Midi.
It was brouchl to Silvan, where tho
young man had been living with hia
For .summer diarrhoea in children
always g'lvc Chninliurlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor
oil, and a speedy cure is certain- For
sale by all dealers.
Another shipment of the celebrated
Portland crawfish just received at thu
"" " " "'" " ' ' ' " SHQp E ARLY TODAY YOTJ WILL FIND IT PLEASANTEB""''! il
8 f iC jAk FPe have arranged for today ss effing some I
' extraordinary bargains in strictly season- H
j aJr3' '"rAKOB M. able merchandise that will crowd the store. I II
I Come today sure, and come early before it sets so hot I 39
I Rousing- Sale -of White Goods sensational sae of J fl
1 The white goods department was never in better form for a "big sale than right now right now
Skirts, Blouses and f II
1 is the time you need white goods, so this sale announced for today will prove doubly interesting. TT7 rw js I IB
I 25c FANCY WHITE GOODS AT 15c Fancy check, plaid and sun bleached dimities and t H W QlStS A OCt&V 1 H
1 white mercerized madras in self figured effects-very desirable fabrics-today, yard. ., . . . IOC Thjs housecleaning time afc the Nyalker Storc I
i WHITE FRENCH LAWNS 45 inches wide, sheer qualities-, make beautiful waists and dresses. profits are not considered now-we need the room 1 .
I $1.25 French Lawns. Closing out price ...84c 85c French Lawns. Closing out price 58c for fall merchandise I H
1 $1.00 French Lawns. Closing out price 63c 75c French Lawns. Closing out price 53c I
I 50c and 55c French Lawns. Closing out price, ,34c $6.00 WAISTS AT $1.9550 dozen 600 waists in 1 H
I FANCY WHITE MARQUISETTES AND VOILES Self-embroidered, striped and flaked effects. this Znd bargain lot more than a dozen desir- I H
I These exquisite fabrics are in great demand for ladies' dresses and waists and for children's wear. able m fact beautiful models to choose from I H
I 65c qualities at 39c $1.00 qualities at 68c eveTy4 11 sensational offer- d "j g
1 75c qualities at 48c $1.25 qualities at ' 89c ing' lodny cho,ce X ' UU j
I $1.50 qualities at 95o THE ENTIRE WAIST STOCK REDUCED A 1
f ' . splendid shoeing of marquisettes, voiles, lingeries, 1 IH
I CdOlOTGU uOtt OTIS RedtlC&d V'.'V allover embroidered, chiffons, crepe de chine, etc.,
fi 7y2 AMERICAN PRINTS YD. 6c Best qualities all on light grounds big . ranging $4.00, $5.00, $6.00, $7.50. $9.00, $10.00, 9
assortment-yd fee $12.50, $15.00, $17.50, $20.00, 1 ff 1 H
12i2c RED SEAL GINGHAMS, YD. 9c-You save three and a half cents on every yard-a Q $22' ,md $2o'0' Cholce.toaay " 4 OXX 1 H
' .good showing of patterns and colors to choose from yd -. C LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS Black satin, taffeta I IB
15c PRIN'xED LAWNS AT 12i2c-A tremendous showing of styles, including dots, fig- -j q s"k' bc?utifaI-l0nileQSneod "0" S H
ures, floral effects and side bands-unusually pretty 15c goods ! .12 72 C " "P"? -f' ) fl S I
$13.50, $lo.00 and up to $2o.00 i a XX I H
I SPECIAL SALE TODAY OF a good assortment of sizes. Today 4 Oil I H
I' John S. Brown's Famous Irish Linens YZVT j I
1" FINE IRISH DAMASK SET, consisting of damask table cloth and a dozen napkins to match. trimmed with 3 rows of braid Patch pockets with 1 ; H
2 YD. BY 2 YD. SETS. U. S. N. embroidered emblem only 50 QO i ID
$6 and $6.25 Damask sets. Today, set $4.S0 $17.75 Damask sets. Today, set $14.20 left regular $1.25. Today ZOC i j I
$8.75 and $9.75 Damask sets. Today, set. . .$7.80 $18.25 and $18.75 Damask sets. Today, set. $15.00 . 1 H
$15.75 Damask sets. Today, set $12.60 $27.75 Damask sets. Today, set $22.20 1 H
j SIZE 2 BY 2i2 Y"D. SETS. I jfl
J $7.00 and $7.75 Damask sets. Today $5.60 $10.00 and $10.50 Damask sets. Today $8.40 CoUlfOrtdblG 1 fl
J $8.25 and $8.50 Damask sets. Today $6.80 $18.75 Damask sets. Today.; $15.00 yj. - T A A 1 SI
j $8.75 Damask sets. Today , $7.80 $19.75 Damask sets. Today $15.80 iStgflt KjrOWttS JtieClUCeCl g M
I $21.25 Damask sets. Today $17.00 in annex. I B
j SIZE 2 YD. BY 3 YD. SETS. v WOMEN'S CREPE CLOTH GOWNS Gauzy af- I
I $9.00 Damask sets. Today $7.20 $18.25 Damask sets. Today $15.00 fairs, made low neck, short sleeve peasant style !
J $14.75 Damask sets. Today . $11.80 $21.75 Damask sets. Today $17.00 finished with hemstitched bands reg- qO I II
1 $16.00 Damask sets. Today.' $12.60 $27.00 Damask sets. Today. .......... r. . .$22.20 ular price $1.50 each. Today ZOC
I $3000 damask sets. Today $24.00 CHILDREN'S MUSLIN GOWNS Sheer muslin, 1 H
1 nri "JPt W j a. made square neck, yoke trimmed with hemstitched nl
I I he Urapevy UepuTttnent tucks and iacc-reguiar PricC 60c each, in
1 IN the annex. Today...: OZC I M
I SPECIAL SALE OF FLOSS CUSHIONS. PRINCESS SLIPS Of white lawn, trimmed with I H
I 18 by 18 Pillows, regular 30c. Sale Price 22c 22 by 22 Pillows, regular 55c. Sale price 39c German val. lace and insertion. I IH
I 20 by 20 Pillows, regular 45c. Sale Price 29c 24 by 24 Pillows, regular 70c. Sale Price 49c Special today 1 H
I 26 by 26 Pillows, regular 85b. Sale Price 59c M
I , TUSCULUM PORCH SHADES. ' SPeCUU 1 lH
I Size 4x8 feet, regular $3.00. Sale Price $2.40 Size 8x8 feet, regular $7.00. Sale.Price $5.60 Jr IHI
Size 6x8 feet, regular $5.00. Sale Price $4.00 Size 10x8 feet, regular $9.50. Sale Price. .'. .$7.60 JfYkfThflt $tf(fl,fllfTl 1 flH
! $1.50 SCRIM CURTAINS PR. 95c Among the best kinds for general use. These made of fine white 3 I HH
or cream scrim in block or plain effects hemstitched at side and bottom 2y2 yds. long q f AUBR.Y SISTERS' FAMOUS BEAUTIFIERS, than I jflfi
j Today pr ZDC which there are none better. The demonstrator in 1 SB
5 15c CATHEDRAL MADRAS YD. 11c Pretty figured patterns 36-irich goods medium and dark charge will be pleased to explain the merits of these 3 Mi
effects a splendid assortment, suitable 91 any room in the house today, . -a -j most worthy goods. YOU WELL BE PLEASED J JMQ
jj special, yd J.XC with results obtained from their use. I Ha
l"rowppww ww hi 1 mi iimiiii niii iiiiwir-ir'fmimn'iri- nfitflTi -w-vtoiwmw wn ii;iWBMaiwwiaw8
NEGRO LYNCHED BY
MOB OF LOUISIANA
NEW ORLEANS. July 24. Caimht by
a. posbc after twlco flsrunlncr. Allies Tay
lor, the nepro who shot live white men
Saturday at a sawmill In Clalborno par
ish, was lynched late last nlKhl. accord
ing to an unconfirmed report reaching
here today. Tho nocro cimaped In a
dispute with n white foreman, which led
to tho shooting of the five rnon.
Foley Kidney Pills aro composed of
ingredients special)' selected for their
correct! ye, healing, tonic and stiniu
luting effect upon the kidneys," bladder
and urinary passages. They are anti
septic, antilithic and a uric acid solvent.
Schra in rn -Johnson, Drugs, five stores.
Practical Total Combustion.
The total combustion method will be
in operation under a 200-horsepower
tubular boiler after .Inly 24, on corner
of Finm West and Tenth South.
Mr. Lawrence- Green, president of tho
Utah Fire Clay company, courteously
o.ti'i;db an invitation in my behalf to
rill who arc interested to see this
problem finally and successfully solved.
1 A. W. BR AM D,
Total Combustion Export and Patentee.
Communication address, care New
New, smart and comfortable,
with ample cra-'at space
15c. coch 2'for25c
! Cltiutt, TftSboitj- & Company, Trov, Sew Tor. '
l.iaiw.jnt-rr-mtfrrr-T--"""-' 'r'"" ' 1
ALLEGED MURDERER IS
CALM AND UNRUFFLED
RICHMOND. Vn,. Jn-y 21 Henry Clay
Eeattk-. Jr., continued to exhibit an un
r'lfflcd cnlniiuisH today In Jali. where he
Is awalliiK action by the' grand jury.
August 11 on the chars.'' Unit he mur
dered his Toung vifc-. He Insists that
not liu, but a hlyliwa,'. man. shot Mrs.
Seattle while they were automoblllnfr
laa: Tuesday nlg'it oh the Midlothian
pllte. Uvuiah BinJ'ftrd. the 17-year-old
"woman Hi tl'o Cjuq." vhu nccordlne to
tho j-ollco. sur-plles a motive for the
crime, is In another coll in tho same
Snow on Pike's Peak.
COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo.. July 21
Four Inches of anow fell on Pike s 1 eak
last night and arly this morning. The
snow was not heavy enough to Interfere
with tho mountain train.
Tribune Want Ads.
Bell Main 5200. Independent 3(10
Forced Clearance Sale . I
We are movipio; to our new quarters, No. 172 I
Main, and for the few remaining days at our j
! old stand, 122 Main, we offer the greatest bar-
gains ever offered in your city. j
We take pleasure in presenting 50 f j
Dresses, values up to $40.00, for 1"
75 Dresses, values up-to $60.00,
I for . . I
(The cloth in the above dresses is worth .
i over twice more than prices quoted.) jj
25 Suits, values up to $50.00, $ Hf I
go at . . 3pJLlfl 1
Other equally tempting bargains. Come early
this sale closes Wednesday; we move Thursday LJ
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f , Phone 2177 j H
Either line for CLOVER 3 H
"LEAP Pasteurized UWk. H
Always Fresh, I
Ahvays Clean, VB
! AVe run ten wagons, and can H
; deliver anywhere. 9
GLOVER LEAF DAIRY I
u Wholesale Depot:
145 PIERPONT STREET.
pj Retail Stores: H flBl
U 10S EAST SECOND SOUTH. 3 HH
9 tO EAST NINTH SOUTH. U HBI
Milk. Cream, f IH
Butter anJ Eqqs. M Hi
Near Oakland, Cclifornlo BWB
The only Woman's Cojlcgc on the Pacific CoasP.
Chartcrctl 18b5. .Ncnr two great. Universities. Bfffl
Idr.il climate thraiiKltntit the year, lvntrnntt fltlifl
and grndti.-vlioii rccmircmrnts equivalent to nfl
those of Stanford and L'nivcrsity of California. NWI
Laboratories for science uiih modern equio- Sfl'l
mcnt. IZxccllcni opportunities for home Blfil
economics, library study, music and art. liH
Modern Rymnusium. Special care for health IM
of students, out-door life. Prcsitlcnt, LucII.i HlH
Clay Carson, A. M.. I.itt. I-L. D. For OHM
catalocuc address Secretary, Mills College 1'.
Home and Uty School (or GIrli. nLr Sunfonl Unirrrjirj".
Accrfillif.l by cullecci I'jut an.l NV, C.timau nd Kriia- flVB
ao' ilepjnmwiti. Four ner l)ulldln:i a RfilJence Jof 40 BAH
pufllij a Recitation Halt of 12 rocmi a Cymnutum ni mfm
Auditorium: a Dumejtic Sc'cnee nunnlo--. Ettrinlvo ill
rrcundJ. Mtulc. An. Doraoilc Sdrnce. Out-of-Joor Thyt- lit
ictl Tninlnt. School oreiu 5r,necibcr , 1911. Forlllui- HI I
ftaicd citilopir. tilrr tte Principal. ttli
LIARY I. LOCKEY, A. B. PIo Alto. CL aflj