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M THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, JULV 5, 1912. 3
.Bary of Treasury De
SjSs Criticism of Depart-
to Be Wholly
:ed by pique
sk'ed for Resig
MaBS., July -L Sec
Veash In a statement
are today declared that
tlon of A- PJatt An
tant secretary of the
submitted until It had
cqucsted by both Mr.
sldent Taft. The bcc
Ir. Andrew pleaded to
i service and brought
jcnce to bear to have
s a visitor at the home
today received many
S confidence In his ad
proparcd this state
It seems necessary
letters published by
drew and addressed
and to mo. Tho vi-'
ittack lius probably
but apait from the
ho strangely mls
ber of the chief men
lepartment to whom
rge measure of tho
spai-tmont work and
it anything has been
ier by them or any
ti obliged, therefore
iys ho resigned he
ms in the treasury
inch he disapproves,
voluntarily but "was
ind asked repeatedly
very effort and in
i request for his To
wn, and pleaded to
ntlnue In his place,
n he had failed to
for his resignation
ocauso of this, that
tack and chose to
on that his reslgna
ir of ills own choice
ipon for public rca
to his resignation
ion Mr. Androw re
igo, I formally asked
Is resignation. Ho
once to urge me to
and allow him to
sh, I explained at
ns and listened to
and wishes. I felt,
to tell him the ro
gnation could not bo
ipposed Mr. Andrew
of course, as I had
i case where such a
been promptly com
t. ever, without reply
I then wrote again
tjuest. On tho L'Olh
t me a brief note,
;ter with vagueness,
itely, saying I could
mess but wished to
lther his resignation
resign. To this he
at all, and therefore,
te a fourth time ro
est and communlca
l letter addressed to
lent authorizing and
ask for the reslgna
for a prompt reply,
s going out of town,
on on the midnight
hearing from Mr.
f in the next aftor
ig extracts from two
i, one to the pre3l
) me. -which at lust
I only learned after
idrew had diligently
whllo I was waiting,
e Influence he could
eping his place- Bc
ie case himself with
tain senators and be
ense argued both at
e and before mo. ho
himself at tho White
Jld not at any tlmo
any objection to Ills
' treasury dopartmont
nought that I did not
ich of my time as I
: allowed other callers
when ho waa In my
at disappointment to
undrew was not ofI
m'eot the requirements
s necossary to gut
That is all thoro waa
chango was decided
pntly In direct dlso
Instructions and with
dpo until ho had left
went to tho Chicago
Is 'Healthful and Stimulating.
Teas are Always Good.
Ask your grocer.
FREE coupons for ROGERS'
fine silverware in EVERY
convention when the other two as
sistant secretaries had already gone
k by previous arrangement.
This Irresponsible conduct must
have led in any event to his prompt
separation from the department. Mr.
Androw, I see, has mado the state
ment that ho told me ho vlshcd to
go to Chicago to furthor monetary
legislation. This Is clearly an after
thought. He mado no mention what
ever of the monetary question. Ho
gave only one reason for wishing to
go. Ho said ho intended going into
politics and tho convention afforded
a splendid opportunity to make po
Summer colds aro hard to Ret rid of,
and frequently load to asthma, bron
chitis, and hay fovor. Do not lot your
cold cct a hold on you, "but xise Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound for cmick re
lief. W. H. Allen. Chelsea, Wis., aays:
"We" prefer Foley 'b Honoy and Tar
Compound to other couch medicines be
cause it quickly ernes coughs and colds.
It will -TvardOoff a cold if taken in
time." Contains no opiates. Schramm
I AMUSEMENTS j
ORPHEUM THEATER Willard
Mack, Florence Stone and Orpheum
players In "The Conquerors." Even
ing curtain, 8:15'.
EMPRESS THEATER Sulllvan
Considino vaudeville. Matlnoo dai
ly, 2;30. Two evening performances,
7:30 and 0:15. Bill changes Wednes
There was a gloom around the Orpheum
yesterday morning when tho word was
passed that Miss Stone's mother was
dying In Cincinnati, and tho popular
actress was packing her trunks In order
to catch the first train cast. It was also
learned that Mies Daniels had been given
tho part of Yvonne in "Tho Conquerors"
and had been studying on it since 2
o'clock in tho morning. 'Before a capacity
audience yesterday afternoon MIrs Dan
iels played tho vacated role without hav
ing had the opportunity of a single re
hearsal. She played tho part acceptably
and without a falter.
"At tho Threshold," Introduced to Salt
Lakers as a medium through which Wal
ter Law and a splendid company exploit
their talents, is a playlet of unusually
strong dramatic appeal, teeming with
dramatic moments, and purporting to
show the interior of a rich man's home.
This particular rich man's wife is none
other than tho daughter of tho burglar
who is attempting to rob tho house, al
though this fact Is concealed from the
audlenco until the denouement. Mr. Law
wag leading man of "The Spoilers'" com
pany, and has played other notable parts
In dramas of recent composition.
The seat sale for "The Mikado" opens
at tho Salt Lake theater thi3 morning,
and Judging from the Interest already
evinced in the production It will be a
record-breaker for amateur theatricals.
Practically all of tho cholco seats for the
first three nlght3 have been reserved for
parties and In pairs, and It Is believed
that large audiences will rule throughout
the engagement. As an evidence of the
zeal with which those taking part In the
opera are working, they decided to aban
don holiday pleasures of tho Fourth and
attended to rehearsals yesterday.
GIRLS' FRIENDLY HOLIDAY
House mother. Miss ThereBa Qodbei
Open July 10, For terms apply Mrs. C.
D. Moore, 444 East First South. Phone
Wasatch 657. Make reservations at
ELKS' GRAND LODGE
OFFICERS IN SESSION
PORTLAND, Or., July 4. Although tho
sessions of the grand lodge of the Broth
erhood of Protective Order of Elks will
not begin until July 8, tho first meet
ing of grand lodge officers occurred to
day, when the Judiciary commlttoo bo
gan Its -work. This committee, which
has Jurisdiction of tho changes in tho
statutes of the order, will be in Bosslon
until Wednesday, -when it will make Its
H. F. Clark, C. D. Stone and F. S.
Lyon, membors of the Eroolcfleld, Mo.,
lodge who hav'o "hiked" It from their
town, 2200 miles away, arrived today.
Under escort of 1000 members of tho local
lodge and half as many visitors, they cov
ered tho final ten-milo lap of their long
Elk's Wife Dios on Train.
BUTTE, Mont., July 4. Mrs. Agnos C.
Fltzpatrlck, wlfo of Thomas J. Fitzpat
rlck of Dubuque, Iowa a member of the
credentials committee at the Elk's con
vention at Portland, died suddenly last
night near Harlowtown, Montana, on a
ancclal Elks train from Dubuque to Port
land. Tho body will be ftunt to Dubuque.
Biliousness is Bad Enough
toelf with its headaches, sour stomach, unpleasant breath
a nervous depression but nervousness brings a bad train
owe ilia if It is not soon corrected. But if you will clear
J system of poisonous bile you will be rid of present
Wes ana be Becure agauist others which may be worse.
Nalckly ari(i 6Urely they regulate the bowels, stimulate
Mver and kidneys tone the stomach. Then your
Jfll be purer and richer and your nerves won't bother
S'f The whole world over Beecham's Pills are known as a
efficient family remedy, harmless but sure in action. For
orders of4 the digestive organs they are regarded as the
Mfe Preventive and Corrective
', Tt, dlrwitlaaa whh very bos ar nlubl-epecun7 for women j
" " i , " "IJ very whore. In xct; jm,, , -, n
I IDAHOIS II
Much Interest Centers in the
Primaries to Be Held
Special to The Tribune.
BOISE, Ida., July 3. Tho Repnb
lican and Democratic parties have
placed completo state tickets in nom
ination subject to the Trill of their
respective primaries, to bo hold July
30. and the flight is on for preference
among candidates to eo into tho gen
eral election. In Idaho a Republican
state nomination, outside of possibly
governor, has boon as good as election,
and it is believed that 'tho present
election year will bo no exception to
tho rule. June 30 was the last legal
day for filing.
Among Republicans the primary con
test involves every other state offlco
except two, those of secretary of Btate
and superintendent of publio instruc
tion, w. L. Gifford and Miss Grace
Shepherd now holding those respective
offices, not being opposed. There are
several aspirants for tho other offices.
The Democrats will have but one pri
mary contest and that will be between
the candidates for the minor office of
Many Enter Race.
The gubernatorial race is one of Tin
usual interest and ib causing a great
deal of political speculation among
Republicans. There aro four candi
dates for governor, John T. Morrison,
former governor: John M. Haines, for
mer mayor of Boise; Paul Clagatone,
former speaker of the house of ropre
sentntives, and Bon P. Tweedy, former
mayor of Lowiston. Tho Morrison and
Haines candidates are the center of
tho fight, with Clagstone and Tweedy
claiming strong support in all sections
of tho state. The four-cornered gub
ernatorial contest leaves tho issue in
Senator William E. Borah is a can
didate for re-election, and while the
primaries are not binding as to his re
election for a second term, pledged
candidates for tho legislature will go
before the electors under a moral ob
ligation to support tho junior Bcnator
when tho senatorial question comes up
at the next session. The friends of
Senator Borah are taking advantage
of this feature of tho primary law, and
those candidates who are willing to
run for the legislature under pledgo to
support tho junior sonator will stake
th eir nomination on this issue.
Idaho was apportioned a Becond
conpessmnn hy the last conons and,
with the gonoral concession that Con
gressman Burton L. French will be re
nominated and elected, the congress
ional primary fight has brought out no
less than four prominent men for the
nomination. They aro Robert M. Mc
Crackon of Boise, B. P. Shawhnn of
Payette, Addison T. Smith of Twin
Palls and private secretary to Senator
W. B. Heyburn and O. W. Bsale of
All doubt as to whether or not Gov
ernor James H. Hawley would run for
re-olection vanished when his nomina
tion was filed., Tho governor delayed
tho filing until after tho state pkt
for convention, which wag in the con
trol of his frionds. It was common
knowledge at the time that tho pro
gramme of State Chairman John P.
Nugent was to attompt to Bmoke Gov
ernor Hawley out by bringing into the
United States senatorial raco George
W. Tannehill of Lewiston. Governor
Hawley aspires to succeed "William E.
Borah, if the next legislature is Demo
cratic. Ho also belioved that he was
entitled to renomination nB govornor
to strengthen tho ticket. The Nugent
plan was to t bring Moses Alexander
out as a candidate for governor to suc
ceed Governor Hawley, and it is
claimed hero in political circles that in
ordor to porfoct this plan Mr. Tnnno
hill went into tho senatorial race.
"Whether or not Mr. Tannohill was con
sulted or had decided to run for sena
tor independently is not certain, but
that if Gpvornor Hawley wont into
the primaries as a senatorial candidato
it goes without saying ho could not bo
a candidate for governor at the same
timo. Had this situation developed,
party leaders hero say that Mr. Alex
ander would have headed the ticket.
Hawley Men Strong.
When the Hawley people Becured
control of tho platform convention they
defeated any designs that Stato Chair
mnu Nugent might have had to
strengthen or name a ticket, for they
voted down tho resolution offered to
tho platform pledging the support of
the party and tho legislature, if Demo
cratic, to tho TJuitod States senatorial
candidato who received tho electors'
indorsement at tho primaries. The
Hawloy people could not prevent, Mr.
Tannohill from booming an aspirant
for the office, and ho vfill therefore
go beforo the rank and file of the
pnrty for indorsement.
Tho complete state tickets now on
file with tho secretary of stato hero,
when nominations closed on Juno 30,
aro as follows: '
United States senator William E.
Congressman R. M. McCracken, B.
P. Shawhan, Addison T. Smith,- Burton
L. Pronch and C. W. Boalo.
Justlco supremo court Alfrod Budge
and Gcorgo H. Stewart.
Govornor John T. Morrison, John
M. Haines, Paul Clagalouo, Ben P.
Licutennnt governor C. W. Dcmp
stor, H. H- Taylor
Attorney general O. jsl. van Duyn,
J. H. Peterson.
Socrotnry of statc W. L. Gifford.
State treasurer O. V. Allen, W. D.
McReynolds, G. A. Hastings.
Stato auditor Axol P, Ramstedt,
Fred L. Huston. m
Superintendent public instruction
Miss Graco M. Shepherd.
Mlno inspector Robert M. Bell,
JameB A. Pnck.
United States senator George W.
Congressman Perry W. Mitchell,
Edward M. Pugmirc
Justico suprome court Arthur M.
Govornor James H. Hawloy.
Lieutenant governor E. L. Parker,
E. W. Moffatt, William Callonder.
Attorney goneral J. R. Bothwell.
Stato auditor John I. Overman.
State treasurer Robert W. Ferris.
Mino inepoctor George A. Lambrix.
Superintendent o public instruction
Mary Z. Harper
Secretary of state Freeman Laughters.
I? w titsit& That while we have had an enormous I
JTv t 1 fc I lUidTT business during the past week our buy-1 1
' ers have been busy re- I
ordering all staple lines. We have for your in- 0ijfjJ)k9 I
Ispection complete stocks of all staple lines at I
prices you like to pay. ssmssmss 1 fl
All Trimmed Millinery ParasolsJSowkOffl
Our entire stock of summer trimmed hats at exactly R
one-half price, including all the season's very latest The season's latest novelties in Ratines, Pongees 1 jjK
styles- and fancy ribbon insertings. Price ranges from $1.50 S
rTew Panamas, felt and linen hats. Just the thing to $27 50 now at 1 1 i
for outings a.nd the races priced attractively. ' SI
2 Price 25 off I
I Extraordinary Offerings in Wonderful Values in B m
Ladies 9 Gloves Hosiery and Underwear I I
1 35c misses7 Swiss ribbed vests and pants, all styles, I Wk
I Women's fine 16-button double tipped silk gloves .garment 25c I KH
1 black or white all sizes. This is an extra special off er Boys' 50c nainsook or balbriggan shirts and ! Wt
! all our regular $1.25 and $1.35 gloves go in this big drawers Vz Price, 25c Gar. jj
I sale. It simply means greater glove value for $1.00 Women's 25c lisle hose black only all sizes. ... I jW
I V? Price 2 Pr 25c m 1 m
1 than it is possible for others to offer. We control both ; iy ' y . , " y ,v; T 1 -n-' oc tT 1 A 1
1 ,, x . , , , , ., Women's oOc plarn colored lisle hose. . 72 Price, 25c Pr. I
1 of these special numbers, one made by Kayser, the msses 25c lisle hose, shaped leg. . . .10c Pr., 3 Pr. 25c g f 1
1 other by Niagara Silk Mills. You cannot duplicate Women's 65c vests and tights . 48c J
I these excellent numbers at near our ff Women's 75c vests and tights 63c $1
1 special price of, per pair ,,.V(t)I.(( Misses' silk vests, Swiss ribbed, value 65c to I f
I Short silk gloves 34c, 50c, 69c, $1.00 Many T- i' 'prces 'to 0Ve" "out quan- I
Other long silk gloves, 16 and 20-button length, tities not sufficient to advertise Come in. I
pair ..$1.50 and $2.00 Buy ycmr silk hosiery at Walker's None but the I m
Embroidered silk gloves. $2.00, $2.50, $3.50 best, 50c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50. I jH
Specials in 'Our Complete Men's Furnishings I
$1.00 quality Scriv- T)j WltlrVB Broken lines white 1 i f
en's elastic seam &J'kZfJLiB frBBkZffBly shirts, small and I m
$Lo7ranrWc45Dat L5 Srade men's TJ l One Ima $1.50 shirts "Kedmi" collars fo x7515Q ;1
Sties, assorted colors Pre silk half hose, shirts-$1.45. -$1.15. -2 for 25c, 15c each. Bost(m g a r t e r 8 B j
and patterns, choice plain colors, choice Extra good values One line $2.00 shirts Fine leather belts every style and color I : ij
19c each. 95c pair. custom made. $1.25. 50c to S1.50 each. 26o and 50c pair. i lj
Pumps I Friday and Saturday ) Formerlv m
and as high as
Owfnrds PlimPs and oxfords, all fabrics, all leathers, sizes broken, still 5 m
b Ly gome nmerg rep-resent nearly all sizes. Some of these are this ( $O.U(), TlOW I I
! ft AT I seascm's best fitters and newest ideas. Nicely displayed f or p I W
I OO y your inspection. We shall be glad to show you. J JtilCe Oo
This unusual 'saving opportunity s
Por fifty years this new store about August 1. is afforded to get the
store has been selling jew- This means that for the things most every 'person
dry, silverware, watches, time in fifty years desires in thejewelry line
oni.T1 vou are able to get Park at discounts that run for
etc., m Salt Lake. In that r & reasonsas Mgll
time we have maintained what e actufll yalue rep mty per cent
a strictly one-price policy rtC,C) , ,
y 1 t i resents. Surely there's some-
no sales, no special bar- . J . ,
gains, etc. The result of e diseounts offered tag offered m the sale
this policy and other fea- the ale extend to prac- that you or your famUy
tures of our business, oaly all lines-all except should have If you buy
equly as important, has where Price 1,estl'ic- " ?m a substan-
faeen to create eoniidence s o the mamrfactm- taal sa.ong We move
-confidence in Park era prevent Every fam- durmg the latter part of
quality and Park prices. ily should have some good tins month mere wc
silver tableware. Every began the sale mil end.
Now after fifty years home can be made more Then it may be another
we announce a sale on ac- . homelike by the things we fifty years before we have
count of moving into our sell. Now the opportunity another. Better buy. now.
'; fiQOLD AND SIEERSMTTHS; ". .
SALT LAKE CITY-
Willard Mack Florence Stone H
AND THE ORPHEUM PLAYERS VH
The CostMorors H
Next Week Special, NH
OUR OWN ADA DWYER, MJM
Supported by Mr. Hack and Company, xmmm
"THE DEEP PURPLE." fflU
SALT LAKE'S COOLEST THEATER. W
M SULLJ VAN-CONS! DINE I MO
1 Greater Advanced Vaudeville-. Q Wl
fl Z I WALTER LAW, I if
HFIRST Franco'a Ponies, Dogs, I i MB
H TO DAY Prince and Deerle, I j H
land9?H Valdare'a Bicycle Belles.! i
ana t:ia Pathe Pictures. i K '
Regulnr 30c I Matinee Dally f t M JH i
I Prices 10c I Parquet Seatavv JH
RESERVED SEAT SALE j
Nmv is Sale IE
Salt Lake Theatre IB
Popular Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00 H
jllli DENTAL CO. I I
I S12 MAIN STREET. BffB
8 Honest Work III
I Honest Prices BB
Painless extroctlon of teotb r bo py. BflH
Ail work guorantoed. jBH
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