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B THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, EREDAY MORNING-. EEBRUARY 16, 1912. 7 HI
las Carter, Long Idenli-
With Business Life,
Dies al 84 Years.
' , Carter, S4 years of age. ono of
r rh lnH men and mining pro-
fS Hcd early yesterday
? .1 So Home of his daughter,
Pn r rrin 7 Snxton Place.
T-,5 S l.e trekked across the
, fur trapping expedition. Mr.
H ecn a resident of Utah.
ir"f his time In Salt Lake
nl camns. Ho retired
Su buslacs several year. ago.
Sir he went to l.os .Angeles to
Sin Mm icrcrol weeks ago. Mr,,
Kbo is his only sn-ivinp relu
Wther father home last week.
l: (i-i tn ralh' from the attack.
Ifrt nl Pom's house where the
Trm"anVl Sporting Goods oom
S oneratea. Leaving that busi
fffS In mining and became
'h undertakings that later
Pj hnnrlant mines in I tar. and
He accumulated much money
. tiroes In his career, though
d him In only moderate cir-
'tarter was horn In Hamilton,
ffin. Early in life lie went
at Quelle. At the ago of
frame wwl. expecting to buy
nl return to the eastern mar
B Uiom. Opportunity to enter
&me to hhn, however upon
1 in Salt Lake and he decided
i fortunes In the west .
a prominent Mason bonis a
.f the -Mt- Morluh lodge. Un
Ldmlnlstrntlons of Mayor P.zra
Mr. Carter was city sexton
Iraf services will be held Sal -IfMAeraooii
at 3 o'clock in St. Mark's
U'Hni cathedral. The Masons will
f !7t tlic services and will conduct
AKt rites at tho grave in Ml. 011-
f Bports on Mortality.
b-jllelln of the slate board of
.' for January, just Issued, shows
i of J97 deaths for the month, re
r from diphtheria . typhoid fever.
b; cough, pneumonia and tuber
' t. Xo deaths were- reported from
J tf. Kane, Morgan and Pluto eoun-
jit number of deaths reported for
ff. 1511, was Ml. and the present
;iloshowsa decrease In cases of
i njorily of contBgious diseases.
I For the Stomach
.-Hoc Stomach Is Lacking- in
V ..Bctive Power, Why Not Help
iflfe Stomach Do Its Work?
S hon 11 Costs Nothing to
flpKRilh dmgs, hul with a reinforce
digestive annuls, such as are
irffjUjk'- al ork in the stomach?
I&SWk analysts shows that digestion
Pepsin, nitrogenous ferments,
.(k Kretiou of hydrochloric acid.
(jtwRywr foot! fails" 0 digest, it. is
lWM";o t',J'v son,c ut t',t!, scouts
JtliiDg i your ilipestnc app:t r;i t ii.
flm?'6 U-vsppl,il:i TablPts contain
,u Im tot .these natural vlcmeuls
yMfl 'o digestion and when placed
w W Ihc weak stomach and small
'Tvf,lpp,y whslt ,hcs'' orgaus
iUti,W,Tlliy stiiuulalo fhc gastric
to JjByiM padnally biin the diges
ii a"k ' 'lc'r u'rili;tl coudi-
Jm1 ty'Wia Tabids have
5!1M i 10 chpinical tests
.alirond and arc found to
Viotbiric ht natural digestives.
lrffi''V' TclcKraphic ad
Uiihn.lo, London. Telephone
Miflft., London, tli Anp. IS)05.
8:l3 ,?nae'l must camrnllv n box
milf'3pepsi:i. Ta,,ct8 'whirl,
fl'IOPMS'V U c,t3'.lieiinsfs shop
10,1 V CW 'na"fncturod by I ho
llfV" ;SR, '-"lorkcuwell Road.
' IMfini"3'"1- hl,Vc l rclo'' Hiat.
TflBwi fn m'f -b v a'lPtnWo for
!W'DVvfet in tne' preparation
oa iw", Tablls. Their
. QKlK M f?rajnonly known among
for hfv,MOi': popular of H
viitV'! T)v " .to or child
f 'fPcpsia Tab
KWiil ta!' 100,1 i,Jr yo when
in'0.tM to , , : J0r a ft.v cent
ftRlSl ' cKsnl ini,i,VOU Wl11 bc
j 0U' j,q2;
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Woman Finally Recovers
From Nervous Breakdown
Impoverished nerves destroy many
people before their time. Often be
fore a sufferer realizes what the
trouble is, he is on the verge of a
complete nervous breakdown. It
is of the utmost-importance to keep
your nervous system in good con
dition, as the nerves are the source
of all bodily power. Mrs. Anna
Kounz, 2ii Mechanic St., Pueblo,
"For many years I suffered from
nervous prostration; I was unable
to do any house work and doctors
failed to help me. Remedies I
tried from druggists did not do
me a particle of good. A neighbor
told my husband about .
Dr. Miles' Nervine
and he procured a bottle. After the
first few doses I showed a marked
improvement and after taking two
bottles I was entirely cured. .1 have
been perfectly well for years and
cannot . praise, Dr. Miles' Nervine
If you are troubled with loss pf
appetite, poor digestion, weakness,
inability to sleep; if you arc in a
general run down condition and
unable to bear your part of the
daily grind of life, you need some
thing to strengthen your nerves.
You may not realize what is the mat
ter with you, but that is no reason
why you should delay treatment.
Dr. Miles' Nervine
has proven its value in nervous dis
orders for thirty years, and merits
a trial, no matter how many other
remedies have failed to help you.
Sold by all druggists. If first bottle
falls to benefit your money Is returned.
MILES MEDICAL CO,, Elkhart, Ind.
f Salt Lake Statistics !
Henry Taylor, aged 7S years, 02 Si
niondl avenue, cerebral hemorrhage,
Tsabell D. McCormlck, aed 51 years,
chronic nephritis, February lo.
Edrick Savage, aged SI years, cause
unknown but natural, coiner Eleventh
South and Twenty-first lia3l street,
llyruni Uichard Simon, aged 9 mouths,
Redwood road, whooping cough, Febru
Elmer Fullcnton, West First Xorlh
Oscar ErJckson. 0." Cleveland avenue,
August A. B. Thiedc, St. Marks hos
W. II Smith. -2'2o West Sixth .South
Guy I.. Thomas, Salt Lake; Florence
. John E. Jcnsoi) and Harriet I. Olson,
Hiram O. Fuller, Asliton; Emma F.
RuUibun, .Kvanston, Wyo.
Real Estate Transfers. .
Gcorze L. Breslngcr and wife to
Eugene Ludwlg, part lof 15.
block 2. five-afro plal A ? 10
Prudonllal Realty Co. to K. Chu
bata, lot. L'G, hlook 3. amended
and cM.cti. plat Laurelliurfa ' . .". . I
Adam Boyd to Mary A. Boyd, part
lot 3. block '-'3. plat 13. 1
Ola us JohnsOn 'and wife to Oharles -A.
Johnson, part .section - '24,'
township 2 south, range 1 'west. ' 1,200
iModorn Home .Bldg. Co. to "Edna
D. Sherwood, part lot 1, block 117.
plat D 1. 100
John R. Frame and wifo to Maxime
Vllloneuve. part lot 10, block 20,
flvc-acre plat A '. . . . JO
Kimball & Richard3 Co. to Lewis
S. Williams, lots 13 and 11. block
2, Oakland place 575
James Anderson and wife- to Er
nest W. Evans, lot 17. GUmqr
place - 1
Fern mora V. Fox ami wife to Er
nest V. Evans, lots IS and in.
block fi. Central Parle subdivi
Clara A, S. Taylor lo Alex Wnt
hoii, lot 15, block 2, Hampton x
Modern Home Bldg. Co. to Bernard
T. Farncy, part Ut.s . 2. 3. 1 nnd
r, block 3, Grand View subdivi
FIND BURNS NOT MAN
WANTED FOR MURDER
According to information received at.
tlif sheriff' office. Sheriff Joseph C
Sharp will leave New Orleans today for
Salt Lake, bringing with him William
McVey, charged with the murder of
William Sande.ri'oek at Garfield.
By eoinparlng photographs of Robert
L. Burns and the man held at El Rio
To.w. on the presumption that lio. Is
Burns, Aotlng Sheriff .L Parley White
became convinced yesterday that the El
Rio suspc-ot is not Burns. Deputy
Sheriff Jack Corless reached El Rio yes
terday and will start on his return trip
today. Ho will not attempt lo bring
back" the suspect.
Has Large Liabilities.
Charles Edlefsen of Logan, a carpenter,
vcsslerday filed a petition In voluntary
bankruptcy In the federal court. He
gives his liabilities as S10.&13.R3 and his
assets as ?2!K)0, which ho sayo are ex
empt. The largest creditors, according
to Edlefsmi's statement, are Andernon &
Sous of Logan, lo whom he owes ?75(55.S1
for merchandise, and Thatcher Bros.
Banking company, also of Logan, which
holds his note for ?I000.
(Continued From Pago One.)
Company or tho Long Island Rail
road Company lias planned for
steamship docks at Moutu.uk or
Fort Pond Bay.
"It is true that the Loug Island
Railroad Company has acquired
some additional land on Port
Pond Bay at Montank Station,
that it might be able lo make such
terminal facilities there as might
be required in the future, but; no
detail plans have been made for
sueli developments and none are
"THIS STATEMENT IS
MADE IN THE INTEREST OP
THE PROPER BUr.bDl.NG UP
OF LONG ISLAND AND OP
THE LEGITIMATE REAL ES
TATE COMPANIES OPERAT
ING TO THAT END.5'
I think we can all go back
only a fo.w years and con
trast the lack of interest
j then .shown in the INTEOr-
NO MORE MISERY FROM INDIGESTION, GAS
OR A SICK, SOUR, DISORDERED STOMACH
Take a Little Diapepsin Now and
Your Stomach Will Feel Fine
Five Minutes Later.
If your meals don't lit comfortahly.
or you foci bloated aftur eatincr. and
you believe it is tho food which fills
you; i what little yon eat lies like a
lump ot' lend on your stomach; if there
is difficulty in breathing after eating,!
eructntious of sour, undigested food
and acid, heartburn, brash or a belch
it'll of ixas. you can make up your mind
thai, you need something to "stop food
fermentation and cure indigestion.
To make every bite- of food you cat
aid in tho nourishment and strength of
your body, you must rid your Stomach
of poisons, excessive acid and stomach
ens. whieli sours your eutirc meal in
terferes with digestion and causes so
nianv sufferers, of Dyspepsia. Sick
Headache. Biliousness, Constipation,
RTTY OF ADVERTISING
with (.lie very great interest
that the public now takes in
There was a time, and not
so : long ago either, when
ALL iVD VEETISING was
looked upon with more or
less skepticism, but now IT
IS SUCH A GREAT
TRADE FACTOR, and is
depended upon so much by
merchants and manufactur
ers to inform the pocple of
what they have to sell, that
it must be truthful and re
liable. It is a most unusual
thing for the president of a
railroad to thus go on rec
ord, to caution people not to
be misled by advertisements
of property speculators on
the line of his road, who are
trying to sell upon the rep
resentation that the im
provements made by the
railroad will greatly enhance
the value of the propertv.
It is a most SATISFAC
TORY conditon and is
VERY ENCOUR AGING to
the workers in the advertis
ing field who are trying to
make advertisne; RELLtV
BLE and VALUABLE.
(To bo continued.)
SIGNAL CORPS OF
The local company of the signal corps
of the Utah national guard wis inspect
ed yesterday afternoon and evening by
Major Frank Greene of the signal corps,
U. S. A., stationed at tho Presidio, San
Francisco. The major inspected the
properties of the corps yesterday after
noon arid the men of the company last
A favorable comment on the equipment
and men of the company was received
from him. Major Greene has risen from
the ranks in the army and now stands
first on tho list of majors In his branch
of Hie service.
Plumbers to Entertain.
The Salt Lake Mast op Plumbers asso
ciation, member of the National Asso
ciation of Master Plumbers of tho United
Slates, will trivc an entertainment in
Unity hall, this oity, next Monday even
ing The enterlalntnont will be in honor
of Ihe thirtieth anniversary of the for
mation of the national association
Dancing, sppakinsr. singing and cards
will ho features of tho entertainment.
Griping, etc. Your case is no different
you arc a stomach sufferer, though
you may call it by sonic other name;
your real and only trouble is that which
you cat docs not digest, but quickly
ferments and sours, producing almost
an' unhealthy condition.
A case of Papo'H Diapepsiu will cost
fifty cents at any Pharmacy here and
will convince any stomach sufferer five
minutes after taking a sinjrle dose that
Fermcututiou and Sour Stomach is
causing the misery of Indigestion.
JsTo matter if you call your trouble
Catarrh of the Stomach, NcrvoasncsB or
Gastritis, or by any other name al
ways remember that a certain cure is
waiting at any drug store the niomont
yon decide to begin its use.
Papo's Diapepsiu will regulate any
out-of-order Stomach within, fivo min
utes, and digest promptly, without any
fuss or discomfort, all of any kind of
food you eat.
BELLE L0ND01 CASE
1 SUPREME COURT
Arguments on Appeal Heard
and the Matter Is
Arguments on appeal in the case of
the state of Utah against Dora B. Top
ham ("Belle London"), convicted of en
couraging Dogncy Gray, aged 16 years,
to remain in the stockade for immoral
purposes and sentenced to eighteen years
in the state prison, were heard before
the supreme court Thursday mornlngJ
The supreme court took the case under
Albert K. Barnes, attorney general, ap
peared as counsel for the state in the
case, and Judge Thomas Marioneaux
appeared for the defendant.
Judge Marioneaux argued that under
the information, Mrs. Topham could not
know the spool lie charges against
her and was unprepared to meet evi
dence. The pandering statute, he ar
gued, covers so large a field that a de
fendant cannot possibly know the exact
nature of the charges.
Seventeen errors and two supplemental
errors are assigned in the appellant's
JURY DISAGREES IN
MOORE ELECTION CASE
The jury In the case of the state
against M. D. Mooie. accused of at
tempting to vote twice at. t'ne municipal
election ti November, failed to acrec yes
t"iday after being out twontv-four
hours and was dleharged by Judge M
L. Ritchie. In whose division of the
Third district court the ease was tried.
The iury went out Wednesday after
noon and returned for further Instruc
tions of the court at 11 o'clock veslerday
forenoon It was found that it could
not come to an acrcement a I S o clock
yesterday afternoon. It Is understood
that the iur. was about, evenly divided
between conviction and acquittal.
The man -who Insures hi life Ib
wlae for his family.
The man who insures his health
is wise both for his family and
You may insure health by guard
ing It. It Is worth guarding.
At the first attack of disease,
which generally approaches
through the LIVER and mani
fests itself in Innumerable ways
TAKE p"" H
And save your health.
J CONSULTATION FI&EE
MfflK&y i al I dva you a SQUARE DEAL. My services
iSSSSir are tho best you can cet in Salt Lake or elsa-
jg3pSv I where, I euro the disease I treat and do not
ffiS$mf estat treat anything elae.
Ilf W Diseases of Men
u VV MS?2i Consult rne free of charge,
Jrmx&wm MY FEE NEED NOT BE pA,D unless cured.
IhT yS desire to reach tho poor as well as tho rich
Br, . gpgT man. and by making my fee very low, payable
fif Jk on ouch easy terms, I thereby Increase by buslneos
sfe4dr n(1 cecuro the lasting gratitude from thousands B
s,iSiS&' wno would otherwise remain afflicted If It wero
,df0p$. KrtW not for tn's 1,beral rter'
3 iJiw-L t&i.w 7iIT? CJ TR17 Kidney nnd Bladder Diseases
WWSWie,iS V V n, LUUL Scrofula. Dlsenses of the Bow
1 -u. 1 le .stomach, unit Rupture. Bronchitis. Catarrh. Neuralgia, Dyspepsia.
: P.heumatlsm, Skin Diseases, and all diseases of men.
Get my advice before you place your ease with others.
t Mv cure for weak men stops every drain and builds up the physical and
- nervous pvstem, purifies and onriches the blood, cleansoH and heals ih
1 bladder and kidneys, ln igorales the liver, revivou the spirits, brightens the
Intopvct. and, abovu ail, restores tho wasted pnwura of vitality. Wrlto for 1
FHf-pxaminatlon blank, or call at my offlco today. fl
Hours y u. rn to 0 p, m ; evcnlncs, 7 io S; Sundays. 0 a. m to 1- noon. I
I. Salt ILake Medical Institute
15P r.OUTH MAIN STREET. SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH, jj
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i WMMMf Jf nil you who are In need of c specla',. 1
W taknn under his treatment winch "ho fafl I
felfiCl i3PcBSvBiij-1i0r asu!tlr k f,cp8tlu' f1 8
ue fllsL-nags cured and nil Old llnge-lng diseases.' which
impair the system, thoroughly and permanently cured I
lilalnt cured. All ciasas of nts cured. Tapeworm io- 0
Weather forecast for Salt Lake City
and the state of Utah Generally fair
Frjday and Saturday; not much change
Comparative weather data at Salt Lake
City February 15, 1912:
Highest temperature today was 16 de
grees; highest in this month since 1874
was 65 degrees; lowest last night was
degrees; lowest this month since 1874 was
13 degrees below zero; mean temperature
for today was 40 degrees; normal was
3." degrees; accumulated excess Blnce the
first of the month Is 117 degrees.
Relative humidity at C a. m. today was
72 per cent; relative humidity at 6 p. m.
today was 46 per cent.
Total precipitation for the twenty-four
hours ending at G p, m. was none; total
for this month to date is .4C of an inch;
total precipitation since January 1 to
dnte Is 1.17 Inches; accumulated defi
ciency since January 1 is .S5 of an inch.
Sun rises at 7:22 a. m. and sets at 0:02
p. m February 16, 1912.
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Stations. " g
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SALT LAKE , 43 4G 34 .00
Boise 40 4i 32 .20
Chicago 32 !)S S2 .00
Denver 44 4(J :12 .01
Des Moines 30 H i 26 .00
Dodge Cily 28 41 32 .01
Duluth 2G 32 22 .00
Durango 42 50 24 .00
Grand Junction 46 ol 28 .00
Havre 38 42 30 .00
Helena 42 46 32 .00
Huron 34 42 26 .00
Jacksonville 48 48 46 .01
Kansas City 31 34 2G .00
Lander 34 42 12 .00
Los Angeles 70 76 oOi .00
Modena 46 48 221 .00
Moorhead 30 26 22 .00
New Orleans 58 60 44 .00
New York 34 3S 24 .00
North Platte .......... 40 50 28 .00
Oklahoma 42 46 26 .00
Phoenix , 72 74. 42 .00
Portland. Or 52 52 46 .12
Rapid City 40 48 34 .00
Roscburg 54 51 4S .44
San Diego GO 64 48 .00
St. Louis 42 46 30 .00
St. Paul 34- 42 28 .00
San Francisco 56 62 50 .00
Seattle 4S 52 44 ,3S
Sheridan 34 42 22 .00
Spokane 42 42 341 .IS
Washington 32 31 20 .00
Willlston , 34 3S 20 .00
Winnemucca 44 52 20 .00
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