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TKJi! SALT LAKE TRlBUyJB, FRIDAY AlORXlXCi, FEBRUARY 9, 1912. 7 H
JjBJeflocko e Monk .. The Adventure of the Kidnaped Millionaire . , By Gus Mager I
FTWATSO TAi TOUR. 3UN AND SO TO I ( BLACK Pere''&"SAN6. WILL I If NNe'VF r,OT NinPA da, c"l 1 "X 7N I h
nou nu find we den oesewed. jTHif mp of T v- - - " " 2frt- fHYnH " H
Ht , ' ' ' . " ' . . ' . . . - ' ' . ' ' . ' ' - '. . " ' ' . ' ' . ' ' " . l
lo Utah After Trying
irience in Re vol u- .
tionary Zone. ,
IS HELD BACK
es American Consul
,nned Guards Con
l Train to Border.
Fob. S. After being enlcr
."nlted Stales embassadors and
old Mo:.ico. aftr being held
of rebellious natives, to say
perfecting a business roundup
or.pu eastern states and bask
lays In the warm sunshine of
William M. Roylance of ibis
?.d last night after an absence
Its, The trip was one of busi
as uoi without Its adventures,
nice viewed the unsettled cou
rt exlco first band and Is of the
I the people or the United
not fully Informed a? to the
on eonfionling ihc people of
lie Only a meaner portion
trouble is rarrlod by the press
much of Hip actual distress
ressed. There is a noticeable
i expression among Hie Mexl
ahile this is alleged to have
ion among the lower classes,
ice state.? ihat at iwo anll
monst rations bold In Mexico
be wan there, there was a
iling of men who showed v
tlon of being or the better
?cntlnc the higher element
'out Hot n .luar".. a wa re
ed bv German interests was
'tid Hip goods destroyed. Oth
&hona were ransacked and the
fred This was accomplished
keeping peace in the country
emnlovof-s. who had been dis-
the fnleresl r economy.
It intervention by America
trnllj conceded tv.at President
too weak n man to maintain
In that country. The power
w 13 the Tims to Get Rid of These
jj, "Ugly Spots.
'JjRfie rroiiian wilh tender skin dreads
tmInlu'C!US(? ,il is ,rc lo cover her
m ul.v fPecklo);. X0 matter
Prll Wf !. , i ,,cr,H. the sun and irindB
C Mb ! eIy rnRk(" her freckle.
Cl KiJ C?f ftsenvcry o a nr.w drtiff.
Cnf fr tlo,,Wc treiigtb, makes it possi
'KJi. "''"'oso ipoHt. susceptible to
J v skin clear and
lUPW ' matter how itubborn a cngo
. JBT&i !",.. Vo" bnv,?' tho doublo
'h'PWJS hl,,,c w,n remove Ihem. Oct
' f iKcLp:ic!li,!ri! rron' SOHBAMM-
rif$E! DGS' "Thc N-cr Suli-
'M IL t -,Sn) uocl florca. and ban
.Me freckles. Money back if it
12,5fRubl50rn Colds May
jB Lead to Consumption
Mnted 'sWn i ,hu,i Pe'-lsld. that
.Ktblft? F.",1.mlld, waklnsr hours
Mkr romcdv an ? AHera tlvc is the
K it u . "elcine may be effective
K Alterative v..e'l,,n tttkc Eck"
H "rloua troubl.JBloct oticn loads (o
AABnitlemen t. "?rry s.' hlla., pa.
ffKn'Kht swJLcm?r.rh"K!( and very
V-fWr' Eckiiia brother rccotn-
H Perfectly well n H-u At. thls thnn
Mk." a good oV ana roh"6t My ap-
IIK? of my old irZ V0n6n. Not a
'flfiJH PNU th.n,ube. renmlna. I will
W j; anyiw ho merko r this medl-
IllK ''.S AlUr.iiLUi QKRITARDT.
"LUK Troffc' 'T Fcy,)r: Throat
'lAiHSSren not o V? "P'JllfUng the.
kV tSb't fo?min0,Italn Poisons, opl-iV-'MlUhBtUuto"8,?
Lf318 and I writ.' ikJ.v booklet of
' jjMT1 ,-oniR. Pa.. f0r additional
I of suppression at any cost, the plan
! followed by Diaz seems lo have been
proper in the handling of the natives.
The kind and gentle manners and means
adopted by Madero have been a failure
as far ns hecpinsr peace In the country
and protecting properly have been con
cerned The time of Madcro's presiden
tial life seems to be limited.
Train Is Held Up.
On bis return from the city of Mexico,
e.lghtj -five miles south of IJI Paso, the
train carrying Mr. Roylance and nbout
fifty other Americans was detained on
account of the revolution. Two or three
bridges had been burned and there was
danger that the train would be attacked
by the rebels. For several hours the
train crew awaited orders but It was not
until some of the American passengers
assorted their intention of wiring Wash
ington that something was accomplished
In the way of track clearance. Mr.
RoyJance wired the American consul at
Mexico CHy. and after a delay of eight I
lor nine hours, another train bearing
armed soldiers escorted the party over
tb border Into FA Paso. j
It Is the opinion of Mr. Rovlance that
a great many of the foreign travelers in
that country do not assert themselves
enough and allow too much Mexican
Mr. Roylance went to Mexico in the
Interest of the I'tah-Mcxican Sugar and
Livii Stock company. The affairs of the
company are given all lie encourage
ment and success that could be expected. '
"I want to tell you that the people of
I'tah are having better times than anv
state that 1 have Isitod and the people
have more money." said Mr. Roylance.
Sedentary habits, lack of outdoor ex-1
crcise. insufficient niaslicaliou of food,
coustitpation, a torpid liver, worry and
anxioty, arc the most common causes
of stomach troubles. Correct your hab
its and take Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets and you will soon be
well aeain. 1'or sale by all dealers.
'YUAN SHI KAI MAY SAVE
THRONE FOR MANCHUS
PIS KIN. Feb. S. A new and slrlklng
view of the situation Is now taken. It
Is believed in many rinarlcrs that Pre
mier Vuan Shi Kai possibly will succeed
In .vavlng the throne. The Pckin papers
no longer mention abdication or discuss
the throne's retirement. Certainly, Yuan
Shi Kai does not Intend to proceed with
abdication unless compelled to do so.
The opinion here is that the i cbcls do
not possess power to compel the premier
to act. The readiness of the republicans
lo agree to n permanent armistice and
also their willingness to grant the court
liberal concessions Inspires the belief that
they themselves recognize their inabilltv
lo capture Pol; in. Reports received at the
capital Indicate that Hie republican pre
dicament is worse than that in which
Premier Yuan finds himself. Confiseatlonc
of property, forced assessments and bri
gandage arc causes of discontent thronsh
oul Hie republican provinces.
Should Yuan Ski Kai accede to the re
publican demands, his own authority
would terminate: ho would bo at. the
mercy of the republican leaders and the
heretofore loyal army would divide be
tween the republican ami Manehus. with
I he hitler's supporters hostile to him. be
lieving that be had boon treacherous.
HETTY GREEN FORCED
TO CANCEL MORTGAGE
NEW YORK, Feb S. Mr. TTcttv
(irecn. known as the richest woipan lii
the world, "attempted to extort mopev"
from William Randolph lloarsl. accord
ing to C. M. Rovro. attorney for the edi
tor, who obtained an order in court di
recting Mrf. Green lo show cause lodav
why she should not be compelled to ac
cept .57.". OUO with interest up (ill late
Monday In payment of a mortgage she
hold on Jlearsl propcrlie. Mrs. Green.
I'-ovee stated, refused to cancel Hie mort
gage until paid ?lll," additional Interest.
whMi he naM, "the richest woman"
claimed when Mr. UearM's representa
tives culled on her last Monday.
Today Llovee withdrew the order saying
that. Mrs. Green had "capitulated" 'and
turned over the mortgage for Ihc amount
mi mod by Mr. Hearst.
Mr. Green is quoted as caving.
"The charge that 1 tried "to extort
monej Is absurd. I simply asked Mr.
Hearst' representatives to wait til) the
return of my son. who was handling the
business, and when (hcv refused, I added
thirty day?' interest to which I believed
J was entitled under the law."
Will Decide Today.
WASHINGTON. Feb. S. President
Taft'.s selection for I he, vacancy on the
supreme court bumm believed generally
In Washington to be Secretary Nagel
will be discussed and prohahiv ratified
at the regular meeting of the cabinet
tomorrow. Already the president has
considered the appointment of a .suc
cessor to Hie late .lusllce Harlan with
four of tho five lawyers In the cabinet
find tomorrow will lake 11. up with Id's
entire official family. MUlc doubt was
cxpre.-iRcd tonight that Mr. Xagcl would
receive the appolntnicn I .
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fession for Kidney and
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ounce Murax compound; lx ounces good
pure prln. Shnke the bottlw well each time
and use In doues of one or two tenspoon
fuls after each meal and at bcdtlmj."
Tlmip Ingredients can bo mixed or sup
plied by any druggist.
Ilackachn, frouent or highly colored
urlnntlon and rheumatic pajns are symp
toms of kidney and bladder disorders that
usually terminal c In dreaded Rrlght'fi
disease or dlabtes. The alwive, proscrip
tion Is known to give eulck and perma
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COOKS H FARMERS
Fifteen Hundred Logan School
Pupils Visit Roundup and
PREPARATION OF MEAT
Interesting- Demonstrations in
Practical Domestic Science
Methods Are Given.
Special lo The Tribune.
LOGAN, Fcl. 8. Dry farming and
cooking demonstrations and lectures oc
cupied most of the time, of the experts
at. the sessions of the "Farmers llound-up-'
and housekeepers conference which
were held here today. The big feature
of the, day. however, was the visit paid
to the college by about 1500 Logan school
children. Several luncheons were given
during the day. Ihus giving a social side
to the meetings. In ailldtion to the prac
The farmers convened at fi o'clock this
forenoon. Prof. Lewis A. Merrill opening
tho meeting with .t brief but comprehen
sive description of eight years of experi
mental work ln dry farming. He told
how this work had progressed in that
time and how the land that a. few years
ago was regarded as fit for practically
nothing was now yielding profitable re
turns to the farmers and dairymen.
Prof, Merrill was followed by .1. W
Pnxman of Nepbl, who told whac dry
farming had done for .Tuab county, and
J. CI. Adams of Logan who told what
dry farming had done for Cache county.
.Wheat Improvement by means or selec
tion and propagation was then discuyaed
by P. V. Pardon of the Logan experi
Increase Land Values.
All of these speaker hrongbl out
strong points and showed many advan
tages that had been brought nbout
through the work of experts and the
agricultural college. It was shown that
the growing of grain and hay by this
inothod was a decided success and the
opinion was expressed that before many
yearn had elapsed apples would be suc
cessfully grown on what Ik now regRid
i ed ns arid land. It was asserted that
land in Hie neighborhood of Logan,
wjilch thirty-five years ago could have
been purchased for $2 an acre, would now
sell for $100 an acre.
This land is not Irrigated but. lias been
developed through dry farming methods.
In Cache county, it was fnld. no per cent
of the wheat Is grown by dry farminc.
and last year the whonl. crop amounted
lo 1,080,000 bushels, wlueh sold at an
average price of 'GO cents a bushel. Dairy
products have Increased in value since
the advent of dry fanning and beet
sntar growing has been aided.
This meeting was followed In Hie
afternoon by a continuation of thy same
subject. Prof. J, C. Hogenson spoke first
on tillage Implements for the drv farmer.
Dr. P. S. Harris gave an nddress on soli
fertility as affected by th moisture con
tent, and Dr. Robert Stewart, professor of
chemistry at the college, spoke on the
maintenance of fertility in dry farm and
orchard soils. President .1. A, Wldtnoe
was the last speaker at the afternoon
session. Ills subject being "What Drv
Farming Has "Done for Utah,"
At the women's conference Miss Leah
Ivans dlHcussed th cooking and serving
of meats. There wa a good attendance
at the" meeting, which was hold In Hie
kitchen on tho f I ret floor of the women's
building. She told In detail how to ronnt
beef, saying Hint It should be placed in
a hot oven and when nearly brown
cooked slowly for fifteen or twenty min
utes. This, she said, was for a rare
rciajit Kbo alo' l.lLa.1 if. i-Qutrcd Very
little water to roast beef, but that It
should be basted frequently. It should
not be salted until It Is two-thirds done,
as salting It loo soon makes a bard crust
on the outside. A pot roust should be
put on lop of the stove in hqt grease un
til it fs brown on both sides and then
put where It will cook slowly for foui
or fl e hours.
Miss Ivans also save a demonstration
of how to ml up a chicken and how to
cook It. saying that about the only dif
ference between cooking a chicken and a
pot roast was that the chicken should be
cooked only half as long. Pork, veal and
lamb, she said, should be cooked very
well done and pork should be eaten spar
ingly, as it was a very heavy food. The
making of gravy and the use of meats
from which soup has been made was
discussed and explained. Never chop
steak, admonished the demonstrator, un
less you are going to roll It up and put
It away- If it Is not tender, broil It and
then boll It and treat it like a pot.
Lesson in Millinery.
In the afternoon the women witnessed
a demonstration by Miss Coral Kerr on
shaping a fiat lo suit Hie individual, and
Miss Iva Bunham, under the direction of
Miss Ulanche Cooper, gave a demonstra
tion on floor coverings and wall fin
ishes for kitchens.
There was a Joint meeting in (he even
ing and those attending the housekeep
ers" conference and the farmers' ' round
up" saw stereoptlcon views of the won
ders of southeastern Utah, which were
explained by Dean Uyron Cummlngs of
the school of arts and sclenies at Ihe
University of l.'tah. Wonderful scenes
along the Grand Canyon were shown, an
well ns other Grand mountain pictures.
Mrs. .1. A. WIdtsoe, who was an In
structor In domestic science before eIio
married President WIdtsoe, and who Is
an enthusiast In the work, entertained
seven of the visiting ladles at a luncheon
al the college cafeteria at noon and
others of tho visitors were entertained in
different was by ladies of Logan
During the afternoon lofli) of the. Lo
gan school children, who had been In
vited by the committees in charge, visit
ed the college. They were led through
all of the buildings by guides, the line
of march being shown hv strings
stretched through parts of the halls and
the rooms. They were taken through In
small suuads so that everything could
be explained to Ihem and those wish
ing to ask questions could do so.
CLAIMS HE KILLED A
MAN AT REX BURG, IDA.
By International News Service.
MASON CITY. la., Feb. L.'TO. Lakln
today confessed to Dr. L. C. Clark of
the Methodist church here that ip Feb
ruary. J DOS. he hnd deliberately mur
dered Charles Edwards during a poker
game at riexburg, Ida., after a quarrel.
At the time he was arrested arid ac
quitted on the grounds of self-defense.
While this cleared him In the sight of
the law. the fact that bis liberty war
secured by a false plea so preyed' upon
his mind that he is almost a physical
and mental wreck.
SPECIAL SESSION OF
rtF.NO. Fob. S. Governor Tasker L.
Oddle of Nevada today Issued a. call for
Ihe state legislature to convene In special
session on February 23 at Carson CI I v.
The session Is called for the purpose,
says the governor In his proclamation,
"first, to provide for a state loan for the
purpose of enabling the state to trans
act businesn on a cash basis, nnd second,
lo provide for a slate tax levy."
Fall Proves Fatal.
LOS ANGKLES. Cat, Feb. S Just
forty minutes after his arrival n Los
Anegles today, where he intended to
upend the remainder of the winter. T.
B. Walthor. aged 03 years, a wealthy
inlllownor of St. Paul. Minn., fell from
the steps of a street car and died an
hour later at a hospital. Ills body will
be shipped back to St. Paul for burial.
Hill to Testify.
WASHINGTON. Feb. S. .Ionics J
Hill, chairman of the directorate 0f the
Great Northern railroad, lias been aorved
with a Hiibpoonn at Jekyll Island. Ga., to
tostiry before the Stanley steel Investiga
tion committee next Monday regarding
the so-called Hill jenso of the Lake Su
perior ore fields to the United State?
Steel corporation, and In relation to the
corporation's transportation facilities
100 MMf PEOPLE
Will II. Day. president of the Central
Labor council of Portland. Or., and vi
cinity, has sent Gov. William Spry a
communication calling to Ills attention
the evils purported to have been caused
In the slate of Oregon as a result of
false employment advertisements In east
ern papers, which have taken lo the stale
thousands of men, women and children
who arc out of employment and In a
The communication slates thai many
of the persons who have answered tho
advertisements, thinking that they could
get big wages for their labors in Oregon,
are now depending upon charity for their
existence. Having spent their savings lo
take themselves and families to Oregon,
they find themselves out of employment
and unable to gel work'.
The communication contains some sta
tistics, relative to the existing conditions
in Oregon, and condemns the unscrupu
lous advertisements of employment
agencies and certain alleged real estate
firms, which have been Inserting adver
tisements In eastern papers that wages
arc high and that there is plenty of work
The communication says that people
should not go to the stale unless they
have a knowledge of the existing conditions.
FAILED TO BOOM THE
MAYOR AS CANDIDATE
NEW YORK. Feb. United States
Senator Culbertson of Texas and Mayor
Gaynoi of New York were the principal
speakers at a tariff reform dinner of the
Nalional Democratic club here today.
It had been rumored that the dinner
would be In the nature of a boom for
Mayor Gaynor as a candidate for presi
dent, but although the gathering gave
the mayor an enthusiastic reception,
there was no formal expression as to
Hie presidential matter. Mayor Gaynor
has often repeated that he la not -a can
didate. Culberson spoke of Ihe protective tariff
as the root of the present political dis
content and charged the Republican-party
with the prostitution of representative
CARRIED OUT TO SEA
BY STORM AND DROWNS
.SAN niKCO, Cab. Feb. S While hun
dreds lined the shore at En.renada wit
nessing t lie storm yesterday afternoon,
the power schooner Olympia was torn
from Its moorings and carried out to sea.
Jesus Gonzales, a ".Mexican caretaker.
Ignorant of the ways of handling a ves
sel, crawled to the deck and beckoned
Imploringly to the helpless spectators for
aid. The .schooner was soon carried out
of sight. Captain Eaton of the power
boat Kca, which arrived here today, re
ported sighting the. uppcrworks of the
Olyippla drifting off- the coast. There
is little doubt that Gonxalcs perished
A reinforced concrete wharf here cost
ing $75,000 was carried out today by the
force of the storm.
ADVICE OF HARMON
NOT PATENT IN OHIO
COLUMBUS. O. Feb. S. After hearing
an address at noon today by Governor
Harmon, In which lie took strong ground
against incorporating a clause providing
for state-wide initiative and referendum
In Hie new constitution, supporters of
Hie proposed initiative and referendum'
plank won a decisive victory in the con
stitutional convention a few hours later.
The governor, In his address, said the
Idea of direct legislation still Is In an
experimental stage and that Ohio would
do well to wait till it has been given a
thorough trial In other states. He de
fined liis own position on the subject as
being the attitude of the "man from
New C orperations
Filed with Hie secretary of state:
Duchesne Const ruction company of
Provo, Utah county, to engage in real es
tate, lumbering and various other kin
dred pursuits; capital stock $25,000, di
vided into shares of S23 each: Sam II.
Wood, president: II. H. Wood, vice
president: S. G. Pollock, secretary; Sam
11. Wood, treasurer. The officers form
Noonday Mining company of Milford,
Beaver county, to engage in a general
mining business; articles amended chang
ing organization of the company; S. M.
Monlton, president; J. M. Reynolds, sec
retary. Taint Brothers copipany of iNephi. .Juab
county; capital stock 55000. divided into
shares of J3 each; Shedrach J. Lunt,
Florence Lunl, .lohn E, Lunt, Lydla J.
Lunt and Alfred taint form the board
FORMAL ORDER FOR I
IWOIII ISSUED I
House Committee lo Probe the
Everglade Land Case in
. ' Florida.
WASHIN'GTOX. Feb. S. A formal
order for a congressional investigation
of the Florida everglades land case it
the department of agriculture tra:
passed toclav by the house committee ot
expenditures in that, department
Charges that Hngineers Elliott n n
Morchou.cc. who were discharged b
Secret a rv Wilson, had been victims of
Florida syndicate land promoters nn
that official reports on tho true condi
lions in the everglades had been sup
pressed are to be" investigated.
Tleprcseutattve Moss, chairman of th
committee, immediately telegraphed i
.1. O. Wright, drainase engineer of
Florida, formallv connected' with the
agricultural department, to appear as a
witness before the committee next
Tuesday. George l. McCabe. solicitor
of the department, will be heard on
'Hie committee has decided not only BV
In investigate t lu everclarle lands ami HI
the alleged relations of tho .Florida and IB
syndicates to the controversy, but nl'o
to conduct a thorough inquiry into the
drainage division of the department of Hfl
" We also will sift the charges of mis HHJ
application of funds on which wer HHJ
based the dismissal of f'hicf "Kngineor f
('. G. Klliott and his-assistant, A. O.
Morehouse, and the suspension of F. K; HBV
Singleton, accountant of tho division, ' BVH
said Mr. Moss.
"'I'll is inquiry vvil! force n po5t HBV
poucmeni of the inquiry into the fore HHH
fry division of flic department whirl HHH
the committee had planned to begin IHBV
WASHINGTON. Feb. S.Colonel
Goethals. chief engineer of the Panama
canal, was in conference today with Sec- HH
rctary Sllmson concerning canal legisla- HB
tion "now pending before congress The' HHH
are to appear Monday before the hoiis HHH
! committee on interstate and foreign com- HBV
It has been deemed absolutelv nete?
S3ry by President Taft, Secretary Slim
son and Colonel Goethals. that the pre,- HjSH
out congress fix toll rates to be charged
on vessels passing through the canal, m
order that the great maritime Inliic.-I-of
the world might prepare for the open
ing of the waterway. It Is also held es- !
seutial that provision be made for som HV
permanent form of government for the HHJ
zor,c and for the selection from among HHHj
the large outlay of workers there of a HHHj
skilled employees to operate It. HHHj
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