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r TH1SALTLAKETR1BUNE, FRIDAY ABORNING, MAY 10, 1912.
i OFFICES AfUU
m 10 HIE
Lftrfl 'Members of Con
milfcSucceed in Defeating
ULeRCE COURT OUT
'aM Republicans in the
wm vote With the Ma
jiirity for Abolition.
TLBlXGTbN', Way .-Thc house
mL t0(iay to the consideration
"iflTy-r" in tlle lc"ishtivc-- ux"
Mj judicial bill and voled to
tie commerce court, but de
Ht sanction tbc action of the
' ''Kfrions committee for the aboh
fMKxmoai mints and assay offices.
usual hour for adjournment
rT,!Kw still wrangling ovcr tlle
features of the bill. Kcprc-
nilriS Join50n' iu chargc of tbc
lUIIB .intor! nn uuexneeted
I hB "e offerC(i an amcn3'-,t
the text of the measure as
jEiid providine for the inerjiirip
HKbaeaa of manufactures and Llie
flB'f Htiitica and the wiping out
JKkreau of trade relatious. Hep
'jBtire Palmer, Democrat, said tho
,Kj mercer of tho two bureaus
" -E&jnisel attempt to create a
.-.Ljd when tho existing board is
inflKloat of olllcc
vR?' MBinerce court was ordered
h fUti by a vote of 12(J to -10. A
" qKct Bepublicaiis voted with tho
. 'iCili: plan to dispense with the
" jB4Tie!usiiie to appropriate for it
i'Kfn of'the California delcgatio:
Vf 'potcrn members w.iced a
1 f jpffl iW to strike out of the bill
orn Cure, Yet?
It Drives Away Corns.
ft'Wlll Gef Every Corn You've
uinp like It has ever before
'u and woman who ha.s corns.
v .'k.iJM? or faunlons, ought to
TJR, z onc8 and see hoiv mar
'Jft.!1 ort. Quit shaving your
nnBwI0r iloV nuiv drw blood
JjR mJ remarkable becauso It
gHta or turns tho true flesh
.fBtli " an l- It h aa safe as
WB? won't stick to It, Corn
' mtm. m1 fr c,?ll0U3 shrivels
, JErri i B,cd relief
JXSt SJ?lRt flreSlst8 at 25
SBpfchiagg1 of pi'lce
f CH SOAP
JBJS' for (hose mbjnel to red
ML. ??11' MpIo fwe.
i5Bni oW 't 0; V Hurl-
Rfa(1n, idf f.vold the clnn
ftty f tluj rncovery in
iWjK attack of r, wh.,c, oI
iVlH.ll,1d yiV.M ..Pncu"'r,n il. My
SWi? Aiah?hiver?; thankful to
SLhul11' your ft0,, ,f0'- tho
our '"cdlclne rm.s
i2BSdyeKii!- " cuc,,
I'fBL'M. Jl iiVor' throat
Kil'i.l with Hip. sc-iftary of utate:
Moroni (Jo-oper.vtlvo Crcanicrv
Mo,T'-I, Capital "su ck: J25U0
shares. 1 rm-U. pcter .. Pctyrson. pf
dont; Andreas Jensen, vko in-Uslri.T7,l
Franklin Hansen. Danl'o A ndt"." ona n
N H. Anderson, addiiloiial dlroetoijj.
the section abolishing the mints at .S:m
I-ranciKCo, Now Orleans and Larson Citv
and variojw iwsny ollici-f. By a vole o'l
to 01 I he hotiso fjiibstituted for thif
section the Ilumplimv aniendnicnl. ap
proiiriatiiic as lieretoSore for the mints
, lie .Moss .huh in it toe continued its
inquiry into the Xdson charges :ininst
thft moat inspeotion service or i.hc do
partnient oi agriculture and .Mrs. Curo
ine ft. ( rauo told of M.0 Hujiposed col
lusion between srovcrumuiit. official
stud the meat paeUen.. She prodiicn.
a government pamphlet and a bulle
tin which she declared showed the "ov
ernmciit was putting out litcnstnrc that
was uutruo and helpful to the pack
ers. Work in the Senate.
T!J(. scr)ate SpC1). 5ts Clltilv se?o:i
today in the Consideration of tho vivrri
and harbors' appropriation bill, which
carries an oppropriation and authoriza
tion of $84,000,000. All the items re
ported by the committee on commerce
were agreod to with oulv minor
changes. .Senator Xowlauds elaborated
on his conscrvalion scheme for prc
ventinjr floods in the Mississippi and
Senator Percy spoke of the necessity
for ATisisippi river improvements. Sen
ator Burton criticized the system un
der which rivers and haTbors appro
priations are made and said it involved
tho appropriation of money for nianv
the Works amendment to the rivers
and harbors bill appropriating- .327,
n20 for the improvement, of the outer
harbor of Los Angeles was agreed to
Senator Smith, chairman of tho Ti
tanic investigating committee, exam
ined M. L, Karr'ell. managing news edi
tor of Dowe, Jones & Co.'s ticker scr
vieo aud the Wall Street Journal, with
regard to the messages and their
sources that were sent, out on April l."
regarding the Titanic disaster. Mr.
Parrell testified that his bureau had of
ficial information from the White Star
lino on Monday that the Titanic was
safe and headed for port.
Salt Lake Statistics
O. r. .Utknon. 23 North Flrit Wcht. son.
Tliomns A. Ord, rJr 733 Sotilh Second Kasr
Tlicodoro A. J. Jolinjon, S33 South l-'lrst West,
Joseph K. "Wrstoii, 1S5 J Direct, non.
Millliln Tboma. May 7, SGS Soulli I'liilli West.
nRctl 2$ years. porlcardlttK.
Ludwlg Snmlnburg, May 7, 71 K ntrect. ngcJ
55 yenrj, bronchltlp
Seymour TV. Curry and Mrs. Clsio Green, liotb
Jonathan B. Carter, Grldler. Colo., . aod Chris
ttno Hoffner. Detroit.
Mile Mnndartch nnd Millca Vujclc. both of
Laurrnco Jennen and Annlo C. Ilaimen, both of
William Snape and Bula R. Wooldrldsc. both of
Beal Estate Transfers.
Amanda K. Clark to Utah Copper com
pany, part xectlon 26, townahlp 3 south,
mdro 2 Wf.lt Jl.'.JOO
M. R. Ilaynes to Naner E. Snow, lot 3,
block 2, Paradise addition S50
A H. Waleh and wife to Thomas Trlch
ard. Iota 22 and 23, block 2. Haul TarV . . . 5,001
Emily Oblad to Hyrum Forsberg. pirt lot
,7, bloolc 22, plat B 2.0'JO
John W. Cook and wife to Georffeno Web
sler. part srulloa 11, townBhlp 2 nouth,
ran go I wwt J, 250
Afhton-Jcnklns r.omrany to Samunl Cottam,
part lot 14. block 2. fli-o-acrn plat A in
FrtMlorlclr Heath and vlfe to TTorarr
Heath et al . Iota 15 and 13. block 22.
flve-acrn plat A in
Hnnnab Dalber?: to Ivnn J. Lovln and wfc
part lot 31. block 2 Eouth, ranpr 1
Gln n. Boltrr.-xll t al to Tharrala 1..
Diiran. part lot C. block 10. flvc-acr-plat
Fort 7f!rrlmon Iand ft Stork company to
tn KrnnKUn Crane, prt ostlon 34, losn
ahlp S Nouth, rjngo 2 west 'I 'I
VT. W. riiolan nud wife to Mary M. Lam
bert, puit lot 7. block 27, plat V 10
Nlhan J. Hanson el al. to Mararot A.
Hanson, part section J6. lownnhlp 1 north,
rairge 1 w(t l
Mary ('. .Tolinron to, LUIIo T. DrcrfMfa.
part lot 2. block 21. plat n 7,000
J I.. Wheeler lo ..niiilly Price, part lot
4? and all W. block 3, rinst IValerlno J.701
Flrldlns Ilivpainient company lo l.mMjia W.
Jonei. lots 12 and 13, Country Cluh
WASHINGTON. May P. The following promo
tlniia of officer; nf tho Infantry iitin uro an
Lynun W. V. ICnimon. from lieutenant colonel.
Fourteenth Infantry, to colonel. I
'harlra G. Morton, from lieutenant colonel, un- I
tidKncd, to colonel. 1
Abner I'lckerlng, from llcuteuiut colonel, Ninth i
Infantry, lo colonel I
Wllllaui II. Jobnrton, from major, tiiiarrlgac-", I
to colonel, Twcnty-aUlh lnfaiitr-. j
Ileiijanilu W. Atkinson, mijor Fourth Infantry,
I'lelder M. Pull, from major, Twcnty-olKlilli
liidmtry, to colonel.
I'almnr K. Pierce, from captain. Thirteenth In
funlry, lo major. Fifteenth Infantry.
Cbarlrj G. Kreneh. captain. Twenty-fifth In
fantry, lo major, l'ourlh Infantry.
I.utr Wahl, from cuptalo, uuonlgncd, tn mnjor,
Philip Power, from flrnt lieutenant. Klghlh In
Juntry, to captain, 1'lghlli Infantrj".
Frank O. nurnrlt, from firet lieutenant, First
Infantry, to captr.ln. First Infantry.
Collin Ball, from first lieutenant. uuaslucil,
to captain. 'IVcnty-Ilfth lnfimtry.
Hcmdon Sharp, froiu peconrl lieutcnsiit. ICIch
tecntlt lulanlry, to flrsl lieutenant. Second In
fantry. Kugcnn Hnnlcolil, Jr.. from nc'nii'1 Ihuil'iiant.
l'"lftecu(h lulanlry, to first lleulenaut, lllnhlli
William A- G.inco. fioni &onin1 lletiteiinnl.
Svrntrriilh Infantry, to flpil llentriiant, Ninth
Rimer K. Rlre, from Hcrnnd Ileutcnanl, Four
teenth Infantry, to first lleuteiiniit, l'lrM In
fantry. I.i'ave of abrence fur two iiinntha la prnniert
Major YAKtr TtUfr.ell. slcnal rorpa. Thn leave
of nlie)ice granted MndKcy I!. Cheatham, Philip
pine bcouts. lo exletnlcd lo Incluile Septem
T.leutrnanl Colonel Itieliord M. BUtclifoifl, In
fantry, liunsslgued. In afalKued to the Sixth In
fantry. Lieutenant Colonel David T. RhanVa. Infantry,
unaligned, la aaalRned lo the Ninth Infantry.
Lieutenant Colonel rharlra It. Noyp. Twenty
flrst Infantry, Ih relieved from aaalRimiciil to that
liloutenant Colonel John F. Morrbon. Infanlrr.
unaialcncd, Iu aMilgttdl lu the Twenty-first in
( n try
Lieutenant Colonol Henry C, Cabell, Seventh
Infantry. Ik tranufcrrcd to tho I'ourteenth In
fantry Lieutenant Colonel Willla T. May. Infantry,
unaitalgnrd, (a irslcneil to the. Seventh In
fantry. Major Harry A. Smith. Inranlry, unaligned, la
nuiiicned to the Twenty-elphlh lufnnlry.
Cuplaln William B. Deuel. Infinitiy. iintMlKiied,
la nMlKiied In tho Thlrteonlh Infantry. He will
be !hlned to a company by hla rrfrlmenlil com
mander Leave n( abnence for thrc dayi la Kranled
Flral Lieutenant Gcorco F. WaUgh. Tcutj
Leave of absence for four ly la Kranted Cap.
tain Frederick K. HeDiieaaey. Third field artillery.
J. M. ITowell, a popnlnr druggist ot
Grocnsburg, Ky sayB, "Wo use Oham-
hcrlain ' Cough Comedy in our own
I household and know it ia excellent."
I For brIo. by all dcalqrs, u .
TKe Beer of Quality
order for PabsfBluc
Ribbon" B eer carries
with it the distinction of
quality and good taste.
Served with your lunch or
dinner, Blue Ribbon lends
zest and refreshment most
satisfying. Every bottle is
worthy of your table.
Bottled only at the
brezvery in crystal
clear bottles, showing
at a glance that it
is clean and pure.
Phone for a case for your home
Rieger & Lindley
35 and 37 West 2nd South -s
& Both Phones 365 rj
j 0 brimmed Hats ' j 1
I 0 mnMm mer hats our entire spring stock is now on sale at Reduc- Wm
1 V" a" DcpartmPefir5NES; ,dep.deKfeEXCHANQE tions of one-third and one-fourth off ill
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ary Values in V Ottietl S JppCirel 11
CZtT S LTHeZd WatStS' 2'69 Fifty Foulard Dresses, ; 1
I Di ess Skirt,, $3.00 Regular $3.50 Values "At $6 95 11
1 yo;i:rr :x ii -r- - - - -- si
I corded Hi.-Meria, easy to launder and does sleeves; also the preU7 sailor collar ef- P ' plam PngeC and the plain ilfj
not crush or muss in wearing like the Iin- fecLs- Thev are daintily' and effectively one stnpe H,k ser2e- These dresses are
ens. Wide side pleats trimmed with but- tr5ramed either lace or embroidery daintily trimmed and are an excellent ififfl
tons All sizes pleats and tucks. About a dozen different value at double the prices we are asking.
' j models to choose from. All sizes. A good assortment of sizes.
Important Sales in the Drapery Dept. Special White Goods Sale This Week I jlflj
$2.00 and $2.25 Scrim Curtains, I f
$1.45 the Pair 25c Crinkled Crepes, 19c yard 1 HS
New scrim curtains, durable qualities, 2'2 yards long, in white :lai'n AV,lite crinkled crepes, in various styles of stripes, a nice I i'tw
m and cream colors. Three dilTcrent styles to select from. Some material fur ladies underwear. 30 inches wide I ?! r
I hemstitched on side and bottom, others lace trimmed, other regular 25c value. Special yard . 1 9C I l'MH
styles trimmed with picot edging. A good curtain for summer ' 1 Wffl
. atrrri ai.45 25c and 30c wh m yard I m
fifln n r..oUS T, 1 Fanc' White Madras in seir figured stripes and figures, nice I (i j im
60C tO 85C Cushion Tops, 32C each mercerized qualities, most popular for ladies tailored Waists, I M
Imported colored figured madras cushion tops in two sizes, 22 Dresses, etc., and for children's wear I $ t fSj
and. 24 inches square, all good patterns and popular artistic Eegular 25 and 30c qualities. Special vard 1 9C I W
colors to harmonize with different color schemes. Regular 60c - ' " B I -J
to 85c values. Special, . n , I ; JfiS
each . 32c Irish Poplins, 2oc yard I '. ;
1?hr ri -nU, u NC arrival Ir5sh Poplins, best quality mercerized. 27 inch 1 llm
12V2C Curtain Rods, 9c each wide a complctc ilie oE ncwost coIoringSi A r fabne 1 MM
Brass Curtain rods extending from 30 to 50 inches for ladies' Dresses Waists -el c and for I I W
regular 12c values 9C. Children's garments. Special yard 25C I ';fl
Toilet Goods Department Buttons Stationery i "M
50c iMadame Isabel's Face Powder We have just received from New York 25c pound paper ' 19 ill
I (with a coupon) 15c by express, a new assortment of buttons. 7r , .. . ' I
1 $1.00 Turkish Bath Oil (with a cou- We have every wanted shade and size . y ards' dozen 19c t C4
1 pon) 35c in Pearl, Glass, Crochet and Vegetable 2oc Linen Box Stationery igc j .
I $1.00 Skin Pood (with a coupon. .35o Ivory. A few of tho many special items Box Stationery, Gilt Initial 50c 3 i 'S
I We have sold these goods for over a iu notion department. Score Pads, all styles 10c ! i ! S'ifJ
1 year. They give good satisfaction and the 10c Collar Supporters 5c. Waterman Ideal Fouutaiu Pens, cverv j mWi
manufacturer is putting these out at this 10c Pearl Buttons 5c. one warranted ' $9 59 S mi
1 price to get them into more general use 35c Scissors 19c. J 9 12 Calendars, the vear'hal'r 'ono' IflHl
I without a demonstrator. 25c Bone Hair Pins 15c. aild thev are . Half Price I 9W
ffl I he coupons arc free at our store. 35c Boll, of cold wash trimmings 19c. or r,,.,.,.,. , . t . . ' 1 i'ltM
I Our Toilet goods section will be found ' 5c box Hair Pins 3c. . " , ' g b papcr loC I JlB
i complete with every wanted preparation Washable Hair Bolls 50c. Envelope to match, per package 15c I iHR
I lZ f-1 rV1ih e5CePtiU f aim ie notion department is al- Yo l find in our stationery depart- I IBM
i a few restricted articles wayg a n.ent everything wanted for I jlrj.p
I LOWEST CUT RATES PREVAIL COMPLETE ASSORTMENT SOCIAL AND BUSINESS KEEPS j jf
i Si b! jti jj
Shredded Wheat I
I AND . I !!
I A delicious wholesome combination for the Summer days when the appetite craves I" fej
1 relief from heavy meats and canned vegetables. Nothing so healthful and nourishing 1
1 and nothing so easy to prepare. 1 "f"w
Heat one or more biscuits in oven to restore crispness; then cover with berries and serve ' I imtM I
1 Wlth t111 or cream and sweeten to suit the taste. A refreshing, strengmerring dish that I W'M
I requires no baking or cooking. I raft'' r
I ' Health and IfiJ1
J. ' Strength in I p
every , shred! I
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;he Tribiuie Gives Yoiu'' Wants the juargest Circulation. 1 The Tribune Gives YouV Wants the Largest Circulation. kMk