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m- TUT: SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1912. 5 II
I iYJFJEAI BILL
Sjrah Homestead Measure
Endangered by In temperate
Remarks of: Supporters.
3Ll to Tlio Tribune.
IsBgHlNGTONi March 21. Should the,
'pjjpjj Borah three-year homestead
BTftll "I" P-'15321?0 through the house
l, n comps up again next Werines
will ho becauF of the Intimper-
zS'isd uncalled for remarks of Its pro
friend? during Its discussion on
'.-.floor of the house.
iKh vvork on th part of the mom
wEof the house public lands commit
JKw secured the promise of a ma
(pfor the hill as amended; the speuk
gBuldroved the house in favor of the
f3rCi"and Leader Undorwood and
fjMkf democratic members were fnvorn-
'?jK0 It. Minority Leader Mann's ob
acflbmtf had been satlsllcd. and the
toSrjro had clear sailing until some If
TtHtWfessed friends went out of their
necdlefslv to crlticlsn the secretary
.!. interior, the commissioner of the
PfEnf land office and others connected
' Uio administration of the land laws.
!0S this number wab Representative
(ry of Oregon, who severely nr
B?d the secretary of the Interior and
o!loner of the general land office
denounced the special agents In bit
liims. lyae small wonder that after an
"or more of such inlemporatc and
i!led for denunciation, entirely out
er the purposes of the proposed bill,
'ffrlrnds of the department officiate
fc-i protest and finally put a stop
ity Invoking the no-quorum rule,
hlli it Is hoped to pass the measure
Wednesday, 'n view of the expcrl
'( of last WedncHday, it Is Impossible
iy what disposition will be made of
'BKasure calculated greatly to bene-
ttcni settlers. Tts postponement
t hitter feeling aroused may mar
Ftrong force against It, or cause
)e loaded down wtlh amendments
i form as to practically defeat It.
-Mithtr forecast for Salt Lake City
Br Monday, local rains and colder Tucs-
SfBRiiparallve weather dala at Salt Lake
2.OIarch 2J, 1012:
NBghest. temperature today was 57 de
iHt; highest In this month since 1ST4
JBGKTi degrees, lowest last night was S2
jSBet; lowest this inontli since 1874 was
(rtaean temperature for today was 41
iKetts: normal was -11 degrees; acctimu-
JH deficiency since the first of the
WIBth 1; 2!) degrees: accumulated excess
rfrB; January 1 Is 260 degrees; relative
-Bdltyat i5 a m. today was 60 per cent;
NBKe humidity at 6 p. m. today was
iWP Precipitation for the twenty-four
2SIBrndlng at 6 p. m. was none; total
fjgBhli month to date Is 2.20 Inches; ac
IBlited excess for this month to date
tVtM.df an inch", total precipitation since
;'Bry 1 to date is 4.27 inches: accunvu
jpdeflcleney since January 1 Is .03 of
V (ies 6:2S a. m.; sun sets G; 5 p. in.,
iimr stations. 1
giVFTTke city so 57 22 Too
rAvUf-- -rG 5S 4$ .00
CO SO 32 2S .00
iWtr -16 -16 16 .00
4,BMolncs 3U U4 .00
Am? City so :?6 :m .o
J J 24 .12 12 .00
S0 ,, 48 50 20 .00
'4 Junction 52 52 20 .00
(P 50 52 26 .00
."4 IS 50 26 .00
n 48 HO 26 .00
'"""Hie (!2 74 61 .02
It City as 40 .3S
WfllllftADgele's 6 68 48 .00
Wna. r0 52 24 .00
fliniwJ?art -; : -io 20 .oo
iLy.0rlcrin3 50 56 50 1.02
EI'Lr,rk a ?-8 32 '9i
K riattl9 at o 10 .00
;Pma H6 40 HO .02
If iWh 68 "2 '00
K Wh' Or 32 54 40 .04
' C1,l' 42 44 20 .00
jmBTX I? 52 40 .10
JjWffi 58 2 ,'8 .00
"JUl 32 315 18 "00
-rancisco 52 52 4S .0,
.. 40 48 10 .00
'.. 60 C2 ' SS .00
rtfUliMWon 40 44 S4 .62
LA lon 3 38 j8 .01)
MiiWUcca' 51 60 32 .00
;i9C0,KOSS OF APPETITE iJ
icg .' He first sign of a tor-
m Piver' It is followed!
i .y coated tongue, bad
-ftlj "n tle mout' sickj
iQjatijBaache and constipation. 9
putt's Pit Is
OFPllfc regulating your liver. J
SSW coatd or plain at I
h(fmF druggist. I
fefrectsthe Little Ones
7 tha Grftcfenborg Co., of '
lU Trk 18 tbe old-fasIonod
jK evi: effective remedy for In-
1iBfetl0 Jaundlco and Diarrhoea. J
ili no opiates nnd is harm- i
I I BBfe ,U operation DnigglstB '
!ffBeare H8lUng ihm mcd,c,no for !
Secret and Fraternal Societies
At thf regular meeting of Apollo lolge,
held Inst Jrlday evening, the most Im
portant ntatter transacted wa the plan
ing of an outline for a. membership cam
Pa'Kn. In starting this the whole lodge
was dlvidM in two part, with two c.lialr
men. The campalKn, with reduced ini-
iiVn ffli' wnl f'l08c on ''"'V - lIM2. "fl
win bo terminated with an elaborate ban
quet for the lodge members and all new
candidates'. For that purpose the secre
tary In publishing a. now lodge folder, ex
plaining every detail of the Brotherhood,
"ntse will be ready in a few days for
A. card of thanks was received from a
sister of Herman Bang, who died In Ox
aen about, a month ago. In which sue
expressed her gratitude- for the kindness
and sympathy shown her brother, and
for the beautiful wreath presented by
the Apollo lodge, which had accompanied
mm on his .long journev back to Den
mark, and wok laid upon his grave there.
It was also reported that the president
and the secretary had made a visit to
pgden last Monday and attended a meet
ing of a large number of Danes in that
cLt.for the Purpose of organizing a lodge
of the organization. Twenty members
signed up applications for n charter. The
new lodge will bo Instituted on April 15.
and will be Installed by Past Supreme
Trustee and Vice Consul Thorvald Orlob,
of this city. It. is impeded that a large
number of the Danish population from
here and Brlgham Oity will participate
in the celebration.
The regular mooting of the Caledonian
club was held Friday evening, there be
ing an attendance of over 100. Thirty
new members were Initiated and twenty
new applications passed.
After the meeting a concert and dance
programme was carried out In which the
following clansmen participated: W.
Coolc. Peler McPhle and Mr. Strunt. Miss
Kelso gave a number of recitations, and
the two U-yeiar-oId Caledonians, Miss
Donaldson and Master A. Strathcorn, gave
Scotch dances and violin selections.
A. committee was appointed to arrange
for the Caledonian picnic, which will
take place on or about June 24. The
Scotch clubs of Eureka. Provo, Ogden
and Park City, also the Scoltlsli clans
and the Thistle club will be Invited. Plans
are under way for a grand Scottish day,
with football, racing, bagpipe playing and
Highland dancing competitions. '
It also was proposed to ha'e an open
house on Saturday, April 6, and to in
vite all Scotch visitors from othor cities
and towns to meet with the olub mem
bers. Woodmen of the World.
Camp No. 53, W. O. "W., convened in
regular session Tuesday evening with
all officers present. Two membership
applications were received, and seven
candidates were elected lo become mem
bers by initiation.
Encouraging reports were made by the
building committee, which set forth that
the new homo of the order Is fast Hear
Deputy Organizer Kavanaugh wa-s
present and . gave an interesting address.
The regular weekly session of Utah
camp No. 338, W. O. W., was held dur
ing the week. Several now applications
wore handed in and two candidates wore
Introduced by the degree team. The en
tertaining features of the evening were
of an athletic nature. Two wresting
matches -ware put. on, the first being
between Neighbors Crabbo and Smith,
and the second between Neighbors ITca
gren and Gulbranscn. A boxing match
between Neighbors Gould and Jutk3
concluded the entertainment. At large
number of neighbors were In attendance.
Modern Woodmen of America.
Excelsior camp No. 10S02 drew a large
attendance at Its meeting March 19.
There were four new applications re
ceived, which were favorably acted upon.
The venerable consul appointed a com
mittee to devise ways and means of In
creasing the membership of the camP
Tuesday, March 26, there will be al
cussion of the increased rates. Why
the Raise Was Necessaxy. will be I ho
subject of an address by Past Consul
Terry. Cleric Dr. Kwen- will explain
"The New Rates as Affecting the Indi
vidual Policyholders." and "'The Best
Methods for Continuing the. Same, btate
Deputv Tver of Idaho will be present to
participate In the discussion; also Neigh
bor Ramsey of Ogden, who represented
Utah at tho last head camp meeting.
Knights of Pythias.
Thursday evening. March 21, Kooky
Mountain lodge, No. 3, was tendered an
official visit by Grand Chancellor Henry
Blumenlhal and other grand lodge offi-
CCDuring the evening the rank of knight
was conferred upon three esquires b
tho Rocky Mountain challenge team.
About 150 knights woro present and en
loved a very pleaGant evening.
J Thursdav evening, March 28. the lodge
will give its first dance of the season in
the new Castle hall. 161 South Second
FrL'Scomlmitlce in charge of the affair
promises a royal good lime to MI who
attend. A cordial invitation has hcon
extended to all Pythians and their
c-jit i -ifp homestead No. 1 132. Broth
erhoid of AniSan Yeomen r'fn
tiliir session n Moose hall, -'22 boutn
Wo t Templo street, lost Friday evening.
ThVreweTe0 nineteen applloat on for
iiiemborshlri presented Arrangements
were' completed and committees appo nt
d for the dance, next I'Wmj ""'"ft
March 2P. The dunce will be froo to
all members and their friends. A good
orchtra has been secured and refresh
ments will served. Friday evening.
ArHI 5 there; will be n large class a
mlii'd ' AiTer the homestead closed
tc . large number remained and
danced for a courlc of hours. Othora
Ordor of Owls.
The newly organized local Order of
Owls' held an enthusiastic session in
B?BlP5 nail last Wednesday evening.
Fiftv new members were, nddwl to the
roll, which now reaches tho five hundred
"Supreme Organized Thompson presided.
TlS chumtcr w closed and, .ho on g
fee han been placed at .f-i. A dlfcpen
latlon "m ; he fill granted, however, dur
fnc which a limited number of new inein
hew will be lk ' at x? or'cinl tie,
ure $5 The following offlcere were of
yiHnilv Ins ailed: Axel II Steel, junior
n,-i nresldent- C. F,. Osterloh. worthy
?r Aon E. Si Quwltrnuch. lnvocator;
I Unci, and W. H. Marcroft, pIckcI.
cn uice City hive No. 4 held Us retf
rJlrw larit Wednesday evening at
, i kv Record Keeper Schonert, with
tnlncd l Rrtt. Udy Commander
Pla?w SS5 tftSv one,-earrylng away
for the l,-X"K?h0I, cnrlv In the aftor-
Y ready to " All M-abces and
dr iWX ft" b..n urged to at-
7, tend. N, f, o. T. M., held
Uberty hive No- afternoon.
I regular review lasi nttcmianco. Lady
t wlt.h,. Virt ffth Plrat Wfit street, wlfl
N8,Ri1f, Jlmbers and their escorts at
i ffWmo Tlu.SKy cvenlnR March 28.
X Kt S o'clock.
Salt L-ako Thistle Club.
'a x'.. iVince was given hy the
,A ,j0il Ut 1 Vvlnesdny evening In j
ft Tittle 'V 'V-MinnibuB hall. T hero wan a!
Knight of - '"''y'Vnemhers and friemlf
K large ,ltflla" rninKe ncnts wen. loft in
and all the ornxn Bn f t,lc mlJilc
I he hands of the f- wn 1Jl0 chlqf
SlftlTwof the evening. W -
dered at Intervals which were greatly en
joyed by those present. This was the
last gathering of the club In the K. or C.
hall. A committee Is btisv arranging for
a. new meeting place. Nothing definite
has been fixed yet. but nil members will
bj advised as to the place and date of
tho next meeting.
G. A. It.
The regular meeting of James U. Mc
Keaii corps No. 1 W. R. C. will be held
In T. O. O. F. ball Wednesday afternoon
at 2, SO o'cloclc. Business of Importance
is to be considered and, a full attendance
hajs been ursred. . .
The pext moellnc of Maxwcll-McICcan
post No. J will be held on Saturday,
Mrs. James Tanner, lent No. 1,
Daughters of Veterans, will hold Its
regular meeting Monday evening. Marcb
2n. All members have been requested to
be present ns special business will be
The ladles auxiliary to Typographical
Union No. 11G will give its second an
nual ball In I. O. O. F. hall on Tuesday
evening. March 2fi. Tho committee on
arrangements is composed of Mrs. Krior.
Mrs. J. W. Hilton. Mrs. F. C. Starr. Mrs.
p. H. Caplne. iWra. w. H. West, Mrs.
H. K. Russell and Miss Funnle Burgess.
The hall will be decorated for - the oc
casion. Refreshments and punch will be
served. An enjoyable evening Is ex
pected. L. A. to S. U.
Se;ro .Lily lodge No. 20 held a. well-attended
meeting last Thursday. The
lodge, will give a card social Thuradav
afternoon. April II, at the home of Mrs'.
Minnie Smith, 541 West Fourth North
street. President Josephine Baves has
extended a cordial invitation to tho
ladies of of the Maccabees. G. A. R..and
X O. O. F.
Jordan JodKO No. 3 Mondav night con
ferred the second degree. Tonight tho
degree staff will coni'or the third degree.
.Election of grand lodge officers will also
Utah lodge No. 3C5 will hold its next
regular session Wednesday evening, when
important business will be transacted,
hides will be chosen for the proposed
gold and silver contest -to be held by
The Fraternal Union of America.
.Evergreen lodge No, 151 will hold ita
regular semi-monthly meeting tonight In
the lodge hall at Odd Fellows' temple.
General routine business will be trans
acted and such other matters nsmay
come up. The meetlns will open prompt
ly at S o'clock.
Court of Honor.
The members of "Wasatch district court
No. H2S held their regular meeting Ia:jt
Thursday night. Three new candidates
were Initiated. The next meeting will be
held on Thursday, April (, at S p. m.
A full attendance Is expected, as thoro
will be a number of new applicants for
The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Moose will
meot in regular session tonight at 8
o'clock in Moose hall. All members have
been requested to be present to com
plete arrangements for the character ball
to be given 'next Monday evening.
Equitable Fraternal Union.
The. Efiuitabln Frntemnl TTnlnn n-HI
meet in room 225 of, tho Moose club build
ing Tuesday, March 2G. at 8 p. m. A
special programme has been arranged bv
the ladles. Dancing and pards will hold
forth. All visiting members have been
Silver Maple circle No. 10R met during
tho week. One now member was obli
gated. The Past Guardian's club will
meet with Mrs. Baca-, 972 "West Second
South street, Wednesday afternoon.
The meeting of Salt Lake circle will
open at S:15 tonight nnd It is hoped all
members will bo on time. Tho captain
desires "to make a report on the dance,
and asks those having- tickets to bring
them. Guards are requested to appear
In their whito suits.
Woodbine circle, No. 4, will hold reg
ular meeting Wednesday evening, Maroh
27, In I. O. O. F. hall. The Post Guard
ians club will mccl Wednesday after
noon at 2:30 at the home of Past
Guardian Neighbor Baer, 072 West Sec
ond South street.
Ii. A. to B. of R. T. '
A well attended meeting was held
March 15, when Mr.. Pearson and Mrs.
Murra.y became mnmhsfs of the order.
The president requests all members) to
attend a practice meeting Friday, March
20, In F. O. E. hall, at 2 p. in.
Salt Lake lodKC No. 32 will hold regu
lar meeting in T. O. O. F. hall, Wednes
day evening, March 27. All members
arc carncMtly requested to be present,
Ladies of the G. A. R.
Reynolds circle No. I will hold ickii
lar meeting Tuesday afternoon al. 2:30
o'clock in I. O. O. F, hall. All officers
arc asked lo he on time.
L. A. to T. U.
The Ladies' auxiliary lo Typographical
union No. 11? will meet at I. O. O. F.
hall Tuesday morning at 10:30 to finish
arrangement:; for the ball to he given
Forosters of America.
Court Salt IJLke No. 1 held regular
mneting In tho lodge room' In (he
lSuglo's hall last Tuesday evening. There
wore thren new applications received
and committees were appolnle'd to act
on them. Tuesday evening. April 2. the
new candidates will be Initialed. Some
thing new In the Initiatory work will he
put. on. and a largo attendance In looked
Royal Neighbors of America,
Suit ly.Ute Vulley comp o. 3072 hold
on interesting meeting lost Thursday
night. One candidate was Initiated and
three cards balloted upon. Neighbor
Ociger will entertain I ho Thiniblo club
next Thursday at bcr home, 73!! South
Second East street. Neighbor Coll was
plessantlv surprised last. Friday ovonlng.
II 'belnc her thirtieth wedding anniver-s-iry.
The Neighbors presented 'nor with
ii silver meat folk In honor of the oc
casion. Neighbor Bunch has returned
from California, and is at her homo iullc
III with rheumatism.
Backache Almost Unbearablo
is an almost certain result of kiflney
trouble. D. Toomoy, 803 Ii. OHvo St.,
Bloomincton, 111., Eays: "T suffered
with backache- and pains in my kidneys
which wore almost unbearable. I yavo
Foley Kidnoy Tills a good trial, and
they douo wonders for me. Today 1
can do a hard day's) work and not fool
tho effects." .Schramm. Johnson, Druga,
the Nevcr-SubBtilutom, fivo good stores.
CAjSBTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signature of STSS
News of the insurance World
Osteopath Lifo Company Plans.
Osteopaths who have been barred by
the majority of old line life insurance
companies on account of tholr alleged
unorthodox methods of treatment are
about to start a company of their own
at KIrksvllle, Mo.
. Klrksville. Js the homo of the Amer
ican School of Osteopathy and the new
life. Company Is being started by Dr.
Charles K. Sill, son of the founder of
this school. The company will be known
as the American Natlonnl Assurance
company and ?500.000 worth of stock Is
being sold at two for one amonc: the
many adherents and practitioners of this
method of treating diseases.
The plans of the company comprlnc an
annual free physical examination of
every policy bolder and It Is expected
that auch action will have a marked ef
fect in reducing the loss ratio for the
company as well aa Increasing the vital
ity and longevity of those insured In the
The neiual promotion of the company
Is being carried on by William Parsons,
an organizer who Is well known in life
Insurance work and who recently re
signed ns agency director for the Frank
ling Life of Illinois Ho was previous
ly connected with the State Life of In
diana and was for eight years general
agent of the Prudential.
Fire Insuranco Returns.
.The following returns from fire com-p.-inles
doinx business In Utah complete
the report as published In The Tribune
throe weeks aso. and on file In the state
insurance department. The number of
companies doing business In the. state
for 101 1 w.os III. a slignl falling off from
the previous year. Commissioner Done
is of the opinion that the present year
will witness a big Increase In premiums
and volume of business as well as a
larger number of companies operating
In the state. The additional returns,
showing premium and loss flsurcs, fol
low: . Premiums. Josses.
Aachen & Munich. Gcr. ,.J 3.413 S 033
Alliance, Ponn 2,447 1
American Central. Mo 7,530 3,120
Austin. Texas 5,015 1.25S
Caledonia. Scotland 3.245 2,040
Citizens'. Mo 4,715 3,715
Commercial Union. N. Y. . 1,21c 13
Commreclnl Union. Eng... 7.346 S.605
Commonwealth. Tex ..... 7,420 1,767
Connecticut. Conn 1.1.243 11,893
Continental. N. T 36.852 3.60S
Delaware. Pa 2,540 3G0'
Detroit. Mich 211 1
Federal, N. J
Fireman's Fund. Cal 12.864 3.104
Firemen's. N. J 0.202 1S7
Germaula. N. T 0,716 4.527
Hartford. Conn 71.560 27.417
'Insuranco Company of
North America. Pa .... S.119 6,680
Liverpool, London fc
Globe. England 3 7.005 6.952
Insurance Co. of Pa. Pa... 9,728 5.342
London Assurance. Eng. . 4,742 3.944
Mechanics & Traders, La.. 607 7
National. Conn 17.527 3,368
Niagara, N. Y 4.972 6.264
New Zealand. N. Z 6.605 3.539
Norwich Union. Eng. ... 6,85 2.24S
Northern Assurance. Eng. 17.430 2.280
Palatine. lOng. 5.S93 972
Pennsylvania. Pa 3.2S7 S37
Fnoenlx Assurance, Em?.. 4.533 2.327
Providence, R. I. 2.673 13
Queen. N. Y 14.013 2.369
Royal, Eng 27,516 32.378
Rio Grande. Texas 591 160
South German, Bavaria .. 1,018
Scottish Union Scot 9.378 4,071
Standard, Conn 31
St. Paul Fire & Marine,
Minn 7.S28 1.423
Sun. Eng. 7,691 1,610
Union Assurance. Eng. .. 6.475 S.690
Westchester. N. T. 4.154 389
Wllllamsbursh. N. Y. 7.409 4.040
Clauso Protects the Widow.
The value of the extended Insurance
feature In a life policy was again dem
onstrated last week when one of the
old line companies paid to the widow
of the lute Hiram W. Hopcn of Phoenix.
Ariz., the sum of SW5I. Uopen bad
failed for some time to pay premiums on
his poiicy, but the automalJc extended
insurance clause In the policy kept the
contract in force for a. limited number
of years, I-Topen dying within the period.
The beneficiary was a much surprised
woman when the company agent handed
her the check, for she. like her husband,
had supposed that when they failed to
pay tile premiums as they fell due the
insurance lapsed. Neither she nor hor
late husband knew anything of the ex
tended insurance clause
Appoal I3 Taken.
The life companies interested In the
contest of tho clause In the Idaho In
surance code limiting to l'lvo .per cent
the Interest on policy loans, have de
cided to appeal tho case to the United
States supreme court. As previously
noted, tho clause referred to conflicted
wllh tJie policy conditions of the load
ing life companies operating In Tdaho,
which had established 6 per cent as n1P
ruling rate of Interest. Aecordlnglv the
Conllnenlal Life of this city. In behalf
of itself and fifteen other companies,
entered a friendly suit to have the con
stitutionality of the law decided by the
Idaho supreme court The latter recent-
(Continued From Paee On-
could buy reliable invest
ments and obtain a monthly
income. It specified the in
vestments that the firm rec
ommended, gave the total
cost at present market;
prices, told what it yielded
in the way of dividends,
and then stated just exactly
what income would accrue
vearlv thorp From.
""IT LS THJS 80RT OF
ING THAT AVI Aj PAY IN
THK rOLUMNR OF 'RID LI
Financial houses gener
ally have confined their ad
vert i s i 11 announcements
to a BEMF STATEMENT
of the investments they have
to offer, followed by their
name and address, but they
have not gone into any de
tails. This is a mistake, for peo
ple nowadays want to know
ALL DETAILS without the
necessity oi1 calling or writ
ing, and an advertisement to
he of Festive MUST GIVE
A Mj INFORMATION AT
THE COMMAND OF THE
I am told that the adver-
l.v held the law to be valid, hence the
appeal to the court of last renort.
In this connection It should bo stated
that the present appeal la being male
with the knowledge and sanction of the
Idaho state Insurance departmenL
Salt Lakor in Oregon.
Alma D. Kntz. general agent of the
Mutual I,!fe of Now York and a. well
known Insurance man of Portland. Or-.
wa.s recently elected vice president of
the Multnomah Amateur Athletic asso
ciation of the above, city. The club's
property Is valued at over 51,000,000.
'Che Westchester Fire Insurance com
pany of New York Is considering the
advisability of entering Canada for busi
ness. John B. Bunce. former president of
the Phoenix- Mutual Life of Hartford.
Conn., died of heart trouble last week.
Colorado, Wyoming and New "Mexico
have been added to the field of Wil
liam H. Lowden. Pacific coast manager
of the Norwich Union Fire company.
Davenport-Dooly company of Portland.
Or., has removed his headquarters from
Ore., has removed his headquarters from
Spokane to Walla Walla.
A local fire Insurance man in the course
of a conversation with a. co-laborer the
other day said: "You can always tell a
special agent but you can't tell him
George Fwan of Spokane. Wah.. spe
cial agent for the Commercial Union and
Palatine Fire Insurance company. Is in
Richard Demlng has been elected vice
president of the American Surety com
pany of New York.
Robert R. Henley or Snn Francisco
has been appointed special agent for the
Franklin, Reliance and Standard Insur
anco companies. His territory will be
Utah. Tdaho and Montana, with head
quarters at Helena.
A movement Is taking place In Wis
consin with a view to having the state
provide Insurance against slcknene. Tills
is offered as an addition to the pres
ent law providing Indemnity for Indus
The members of the Utah association
and their wives and ladles will save a
luncheon at noon on Friday, April 5. This
will be the last gathering under the
present administration. The annual elec
tion of officers occurs on Tuesday,
The Jamlson-Roston-Day agency, with
a capital of 510,000, If the name of a
company recently organized In Ogden for
the purpose of carrying on a general In
E. T. Nelbling, manager of the Com
mercial Union and Palatine Fire com
panies at San Fra.nclsco, Is expected to
reach Salt Lake Tuesday or Wednes
day of the present week on a visit to
his company's local representatives.
H. G. Gosman has been appointed gen
eral agent for Boise and vicinity for the
Idaho State Life, with headquarters at
the home office. For the past two years
Mr. Gosman was aeent for the same
company at Twin Falls.
The Prudential L.lfe has inaugurated a
pension plan for all of its employees who
have served the company twenty-five
years. The montbly allowance will run
from S30 to $100 and the cost Is to bo
borne by tbe company.
The Preferred Accident company of
New "York has commenced the publica
tion of the "Preferred Pilot." devoted to
the interests of tho company and it3
agency force. The first number bears
the date of March, 1012
C. J. Klltgaard. who has been agency
supervisor for the Continental Life In
Oregon, has been transferred to the home
office In this city. His territory now. In
addition to Oregon, will include Utah,
Nevada and southern Idaho.
The fire companies involved In - the
suit brought hy the Bungalow Theater
company to collect 5S0SS as damages for
loss by fire, arc the Globe & Rutgers,
Stuyvcsant and Dixie. The. theater peo
ple declare that the amount of Iops was
submitted for arbitration, but the com
panies refused to stand by the decision of
Salt Lake City has a lady life insur
ance solicitor In the person of Mies Laura
Miller, formerly office stenographer for
the Reliance Life of Pittsburg, Pa., whose
offices are in tho Felt building. Miss
Mlllor recently decided that she could
write life insurance herself and has start
ed out to prove it.
Willis S. Mullen has been made man
ager of the Pacific coast department
of the Empire State Surely company of
New York, with headquarters In San
Francisco, Mr. Mullen will have super
vision over California. Nevada, Oregon,
Washington and Idaho. Mr. Mullen was
formorlv general asrent at Louisville, Ky.,
ror the Fidelity Deposit.
President George A. Cox of the Can
ada T.lfe Insurance company has Just
completed a half century of service, hav
ing joined the ranks of the company fifty
years ago when he wrote bin first appli
cation, lie has seen the company's in
come grow from S28S.655 to its present
figure 'of .K.fin,n00. In tho same tlmo
the insurance in force grew from $1,000.-
1000 to imr.,000,000.
tising ot; the Atlee Company
is meeting with splendid re
sponsethat THE FIRM IS
BUILDING UP a Fine clien
tele among a class of people
whose sa vings have not been
heretofore invested in the
manneL- they suggest.
T h e a v e r a g e person
knows very little about se
curities and investments,
and the financial house that
will come out with an EDU
CATION" A r, ADVERTIS
ING CAMPAIGN in the
newspapers that will ex
plain in SIMPLE terms the
securities it carries and ex
plain why ihey are a good
investment will be amazed
at the response they will get.
Talk to the people in ad
vertisements as you would
talk to your own friends,
and they will give you their
confidence and trade.
(To be continued.)
A Gold, La Grippe. Then Pneumonia
is too ofton the fatal sequence, and
cousrhs that banc on weaken the system
and lower tho vital resistance, Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound is a reliable
medicine that stops tho cough promptly
by henlinc the cause, soothoa tho in
flamed air passages, and cheeks tbc
! cold. Keep always on hand. Refuse
substitutes. Scliramm-.Johnson, Drugs,
tho Nover-Substltulors. fivo cood stores.
Van Camp Pork and Bcona notr 10o,
I lBc, 200.
Excitement in Linens 1 1
I The Big Sale Which Starts This j' I
HfOTitimg Omght to Bring It! 1 I
Greater reductions, finer linens and larger H
stocks make this GREAT LINEN SALE A
You will appreciate how much this means -
from having taken advantage of the memo- ;; H
rable opportunities these sales have offered in j' I
the past. 1 I
Every year scores a great success,- because I
I experience has taught our customers to ex- '
pect even greater things from these linen I
sales than we advertise, and we consider it a J . I
duty to more than equal their expectations. I I
Children and Butter Fat ,
This is a talk lo mothers But things have changed. ; .' t
about little children and know a lot of things our v,
Blanchard Butter. They bo- fathers did not know. Among , ,; ?
them is this that a growmg k
long together. , cMld needg & deaJ of J
Many years ago, when money 2od' Pure butfcer- V
was harder to get, it was not your physician. He will jj
hard for fathers and mothers tell you that as soon as a baby
to believe that butter was too - may be allowed to mumble '
rich and indigestible to be over a bit of cracker, that
eaten in any .quantity by chil- cracker should be buttered. '!.;
No butter can be too pure '. '
To do them justice, the for a growing child BLAN- ,
grown-ups ate little of it them- OHARD BUTTER is made with )
selves and a properly buttered greater care than an other ,
slice of bread bore an exceed- butter your grocer can furnish' 'if 5
ingly light coating of yellow. you.
JENSEN CREAMERY CO., Salt Lake I
I WE CURE MEN I I
1 Without -Pain, Inconvenience or Loss of Time. No Failures. I IJI
To Prove Our New System, We Offer for a 1
Short Time Our Services at a Small Cost. I '1
FROM $2.00 TO $5.00 A COURSE il
VARICOSE LOST VITALITY V 'jrl
Knotted Veins jgMj- SSSv-St feonTe5?; fel
CurM bv absorption: no BBI start- If you suffer from tlvEPB
I pain. The enlarged veins ,oss of energy nnd ambl- rtir'fl
aro flue to mumps, bl- MsMk tIon' l F1 1vl,enP1 lhiiB
c-vclo or horneback rlrt- Bet arise In the morning1. fctti'fl
inp. dlucaef, etc In time WtmW j9B'HNI ,Ame back 11szlne5A. L'KllH
it weakens a man men- HB, -mW feff spots before the ei-es. .Tnf'M
t.illv ns well as physical- H nd feet you are not the 'llfffifl
Jy. Wo will wire you for V . 1 man you once were, we rifllKB
life or make no charge. W I CUl'C yU ff Rl
Prices Always v& -jjyfef, No Incurable 1
Reasonable 1 -v Jf Cases Accepted jiJ
We will bIv the poor- S. J Thore Ik no risk, for we ilWjni
est man a chance, as well .SL. JdHh ',0 noL ,trent curable irlMII
as the rich, to receive a hL. 0lses un3eC2.nv,?Jr 3M'Hl
cure from ti at n small . f J oru E DO NOT rlSi
TOO POOR TO GET OUR KfSSSBb INJURIOUS DRLGS TO rj?;fli
BEST OPINION FREE. RUIN TOCR SYSTEM. (fSflSfH
Don't Let Money Matters or False Pride Keep You Away. We fj
Oure Forever Oases of
1 VARICOSE VEINS. BLOOD DISEASES. LOST VrrALITY. PILKS. ECTEMA, SMtt
I FALLING HA IT. FAILING MKMOBV, OBSTRUCTIONS. NERVOUS. KID- b&iul
Anv man who wants to be cured, now that w have offered our servlcs ittlB
I at Pueh LOW PRICES, haa no excuse for suffering another day. Wo don t T'SHttB
I care who ha failed, ir you oomo to us we will CURE you of uny of the above vtSkM
K namd ailments or not charge you one penny for our services. Don t slve up JBfl
U before seelns us. t, ,
I Call and su us If you ran Write totlny for particulars If you cannot XliiHffl
call. Medicines are from M.50 to $6.50 a course. i'ItIStI
I DAILY HOURS 0 TO S. CONSULTATION JTRKE. SUNDAYS 10 TO 12. 1 f
SALT LAKE MEN'S MEDICAL INSTITUTE I 1 1
Free Automobile Service ifl
When you wish to sit for a portrait just phone 5380 and our . if ill
onto will call for you. f jjgl
You are not tired out in this way and we can get you at fllfl
j-our best- i l lfl
You will come to us for a real portrait some day. Why not j J UM
OLSON & GRIFFITH fl
46 EAST BRIGHAM. Makers of Photo. tyjf'$
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