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1 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 22, 1912. 3 H
S i BOLD CIDCUS
25! That the Deadlock
f po-Battleship Pro
ie Mav Be Broken.
fjjl STANDING FAST
ian Thirty Members of
?Vjlpr in Lower Branch
t (If Upbuilding Navy.
glKonal New-K Service.
ifb"JfGTON. July 21. The 3ead--CE'.;'ngTcss
over the necessity for
-jhlps will in all probability
Z" at a caucus of the Demo
TlTfke house which 't is learned
hIm be called this week.
Ifliyfe is nne of the most inter
to presented to congress for
Aii I that, although it has been
I ilU political partisan issue, it is
IHIItuch, as there are more than
wllKocrats who disagreo with
Brnoc ratic caucus and hold
- Mbs must appropriate 1'or two
froav at the present session,
-!jdav next the house wiJ go
riTf on the two battleship pro
1 ijcf the navy department.
Padgett will repon on that
''''""'-ftBagrcement of trie house and
d will asL for further instmc-
WT the caucus directions the
house -will vole against he
Jipndnients providing tor two
it t New Caucus.
airman Padgett asks for
""""fictions by the house ho will
?,c--flat the house will not vote
iflisfftzatiOD of battleships be
'"jfcsjpi Padgett ' will then ask for
'Stcu? bv the Pivr.oerats to un
c 1 JSfornior caucus instructions
wejHtree the house would author
nd, Kttleship'. a! this session of
)r foe The Republican members,
fc their notional platform in
!'.cfjTin "'hiago. have lined up
&ind this estabhthed pro
cobSLj keep hc American navy in
ig pabat in power and in efficiency
tr.Kfchcr navie- of the world,
i "Wic house ieadci's who have
fjpaing the larcre expenditures
JwvyT face tue declaration of
..-fcftl Democratic platform de
INbpr an efficient and well pro-
JJypn Pad ere M. who says that one
"Tls all that can be -justified
9 revenues of the government,
Xfi&now that the action of the
' fill be following the Baltimore
Jthe house shall vote not to
,nih the enate nu its recominen
P jSr two battleships. Chairman
jwili appeal to Speaker Clark
Jmjrati Floor Leader Under
r'fiipport 1 1 will be necessary,
11 'anion of house Democratic
iMiBor a Democratic caucus to
-,r:e Dfoicrais on their prior
a tainst battleships.
,..;iMs a spite pledge because a
'K' sou t hern senators Lould not
'Koblii. building appropriation
r Bjgn. Representative Burdett
-Una, acting chairman of the
to sft on puljlic buildingK and
nlfcadc tins issue in the Demo
;:; facus. Mr. Burdett said to
, JS. ani not opposed to a battle
' rattle? hips t'or the government
'WStY should be nocessarv. I
1 ttjfever. that public buildings
pilfered in m.any sections of the
piftEE know that they want these
rtjftrovcments, L know that; the
(4 not tear war. Tf there 13 no
mjk the treasury for public im-
jpS there should he no monev
vfasurv for battleship. "
!,tk Sonar or i'Vrl: m:; and his con-
Jm&kz senate committer are
"TMArnA-- for the two battle-
mE68'"" n'"::c'r People re
'jf&arlr of the satisfactory re
tttft taking Foley Kidney Pills
jjftond their healing and cura
pities. Foley Kidney Pills aro
Uy prepared medicine, guaran
mtain no harmful or habit
Blrags. They can have only a
brSj-eff eet when n-ed for kidney
bl)2er troubles, :or backache,
) gFa' weak back or lumbago.
25-cent rate to Lagoon and
Bamberger electric, daily,
m 8ah Lake and Ogden, com
p. m wc--k days and 1 p.
SpR PRESENT WEEK
CSGrr :). Mo,lr..au.
ttrea will prevail ovr Ul norU
wnine week, accmdl.- to iho
fijulleUn ivPfht Warmer wath-
ch the xt;-eni northwest about
extending eastward to ih
01? at tl!" r,; r''-r' week. he
kBUre contlnuliiK warm In tne west
, taoutli the ueatlier iv,l be inol
I fenn Ir ui" 00 "'nset ticrl and
Itonrlay o.-r the northern (Un
it Of t'ue Roi-l:y ie .m 11 tri 1 ns. in.
fc gen ! i-a.ll y fnir weather during
If thp week e.-pt In the 110rt.l1
re tr.'-r- will be ,1 return .t
ki Beather by Thursday or Fti
gjfi extreme .f-niral west and
Bth r-r- v.-lil be Kenoraliy
10W n toe : ' t-uir south At
mpB wli.-rr !,liow.:-c r.ro probable
jer.,nd l;ri 1 r r.f the Wfk
IJLttlgurnie skin eruptions, crof--M,
rash'.', et . ure due. to lm
Jh. Eut-flo'-k Blood. Bitters- iH a
tDlODd 1 .11;':. Make? you '-lear-Mr-brM
Ined, I . a r -1 k 1 n n ed .
littler provoe pioianlty, hut
won t cure them. Doan'w Olnt-
itching, bl.r.rtmg or protrud
' n,ir '-'ar:i of suffering-. At
1 . fe-".' Lhe " " 1 1 rclse
t s a,,'.M H:--e will prevent
Yl OB. ihey Induce a mild, wi-sy.
flj A, f th9 bowels without
ffi Aalc your druggist for them.
If011",'11 tWu minutes; tooth-
' burr' or t"'!Llfl 'n flvr
iCH Warsneto. ,:nfJ i10nri Tnil8,.ie.
Vfll ' 1 3 W r . t . twelve
. Thonifts- Ecltutir oil, monarch
THREE DROWNED IN
Heavy Fall of Rain Floods
Much Damage Results.
PITTSBURG, pa.. July 21. A heavy,
steady rainfall caused considerable da.ra
ago throughout the country districts of
western Pennsylvania today Although
no damage resulted in this cltj, adjoin
ing boroughs suffered. Industrial plants
were flooded, -while many homes located
along creeks were surrounded bj water.
In the countrj' sections live stork was
drowned and crop-s ruined. At Cannons
burg. Pa.. Hester Young, IV years old,
fell into Charter creek and was drowned
In sight of many persons who were
watching the swollen stream. Probably
the heaviest damage occurred al Turtle,
OakdaJe, Charleroi, East Pittsburg and
several ether towns near this city.
In the Turtle creek valley the water
Hpread over the lowlands, driving many
famlllea to top floors. At Wtlmerding the
ptant of the Westlnghousc AJrbrako com
pany wag flooded and the loss to the
concern may be large Probably rifty
houses and twenty-five ntores In NV11
merdlng are partly under water.
In all parts of Allegheny county street
car service wsb crippled for the day.
while a number of branch railroad lines
were put out of commleslon. A score
of small foot bridges were swept away.
Late tonight two additional deaths were
reported. Uouis Forsythe. aged V, was
drowned tn a run at Ivuffsdale, near
Greensbnrg, Pa., and Lando de Tolo. aged
10. was swept away while watching the
raging waters of Conncll run at Connells
IS FELTJN CHICAGO
Aristocratic Union Club, So
cial Landmark, to Close Us
Doors October I.
By international News Service.
CHICAGO. July 21 A martyr to the
growing temperance among Chicago's oric
cessful men, the Union club has decided
to close Its doors. A marked falling off
In the drink habit has put the aristo
cratic old club In financial straits. The
decline of the highbull and the old time
form of merriment that found expression
around a table of well -filled glasses so
reduced Its Ini-ome that the cluh was
unable to pay Interest on Its bonds. 3v
vote of the- directors the club will die
offloially on October I
The T'nlon club is one of Chicago's so
cial landmarks For a. generation It has
been the rallying point for men of wealth
and distinction during their leisure hours.
Many historical associations linger about
the handsome brown stone clubhouse at
Dearborn avenue and Vah1nc:ton place.
Drink and gambling, the two Jolly old
cronies of club life, flourished In the old
day3 of the Union olub. Some, five years
ago poker was abolished. After that it
began to seem almost a profnnatlon of
the place to order a cocktail
Gradually the permanent residents at
the club have deserted the place. Empty
rooms and ba.re walls are the rule. Until
re.centlv William H. Comstock, Colin C
H Fvffe, Robert R. McCormick, John
Kitchen, W. B. Janney, J. R. Gtilick,
John W Lowe and Chauncey McCormick.
who lived there, had held out against the
exodus of the old club; but finally they
gavn up and moved away.
The founding of country clubs and the
call of the automobile were factors in
the financial undoing of the Union club.
The membership had dropped from 500
to 100, and not to exceed twenty mem
bers wer accustomed to visit the clubhouse.
Thirty-Seven Cases and Fatali
ties Reported So Far From
San Juan, Porto I?i.'o.
SAN JUA7M. July SI. Three deaths oc
curred yesterday in the suburbs of San
Juan from bubonic plague. Om. suspect
lids been found. Three cases were re
ported to the authorities .Since the out
break of th plague there have been
thirty-seven cases jirid twenty-six deaths
throughout Porto hico. Tiie Haffldne
vaooine has been administered to all per
ons residing in the infected districts
The plague at Carolina and Dorando,
a short distance from San Juan, has been
controlled li is though! that rats Ip
a railroad cargo from San Juan carried
the Infection to these towns. The United
States public health and insular authori
ties arc- co-operating in the work of sani
tation and ji exterminating the rats.
Fight Against Rats ;t.s Protection
From Bubonic Plague Subject
O.f Special Report.
WASHINGTON July 21 The fight
against rat.s, a protection from the in
vasion of the bubonic- plague, is the sub
ject of warning from th- public health
-service in a report circulated today. The
report gives methods of killing and quar
antining against rats and draws atten
tion to the fact that the plague Is pri
marily a. dmcAse Of rodents and secondari
ly and accidentally a disease of men. This
fact In emphasized by the following Jin
gles "First, pla.gue In rain.
And then in fleas;
Then playpie in man
And quick decease.
No rats, no fleas.
No plague disease."
PARIS. July 21. An attendant at, the
Louvr today caught a young woman
in the act of smearing u valuable paint
ing by Boucher with red ink. The woman
gave the nanin of lelaru Frolalne and
said she arrived from lirltalnv a few
days aK". From the Incoherent nature of
her replies. It Is believed she s partly
demented. The picture was not seriously
damaged and can be cleaned.
Cakes and Delicious
Are always sure to be
the results when
Extracts are used.
FREE Coupons for ROGERS'
fine Silverware in EVERY
BROADWAY TYPE IS
I Up POM
Charles Frohman Will Have
"All American" Beauty
By International Xows Service.
NEW YORK, July 21 The style "i
chorus jrirls has clianpod, according: to
Charles Frohman, for New Vork bus
wearied of the blase New York girls
with stagey faces and stagey iigiircs.
Ln the future his musical comedies w ill
hac only girls who have never been
on "Broadway before.
lie will inaugurate this ne-w depar
ture from time-worn stage custom by
selecting the chorus for ''The Girl
from Montrnartre" from every state
in the union. Today three of the
young women, fresh, ingenuous and
truly stagestruck. arrived from Atlanta,
Memphis, and Lansing, Mich. More
will arrive tomorrow and before the
end of the week the manager will have
completed his "all American" beauty
"When Mr Frohman arrived from
London,'1 explained Thomas Menold?,
his. general musical stage director, "he
attended rehearsals of the new Hattie
Williams Richard Carle musical farce.
He immediately complained that every
thing was right but the chorus, which
he said looked ,i'st the same as every
chorus that he had presented tor the
past twenty yearn
"The difficulty with a chorus." Mr.
Frohman said, "is that they lack in
dividuality! The tnrls may dress dif
ferently, have different features ana
eves and hair, but. they all look alike.
The Broadway type has corne to pre
vail. There is no freshness or ingenu
ousness and the public, is tired of them
"The original ideas of the chorus
was to have freshness, sparkle and
spontaueity. Now wr are merely cet
tine 'back to it. We want "iris with a
maximum of real beauty and a mini
mum of stage beauty."
Boston Mealth Officer Declares
Article Commonly Used Car
ries Disease Germs.
By Internationa News Service.
BOSTON', July 21. In a warninir ncalnst
soap as a carrier of virulent germs and
a menace to the public health, Dr. John
J. Mullowney of the Boston board ol
health said today:
"I believe the common soap, particular
ly the sort of soap that Is used for the
washing Of utensils Which arc food con
tainer?, Is a carrier of microbe organisms
which are a menace to health
"No animal soap .should be used 1n
cleaning milk cans or other receptacles
"In my experience in the west, where
much rf the soap used in America Is
mede, 1 f.mnd that all of the diseased arii
mnls which were condemned by the gov
ernment Inspectors In the hip packing
houses were used to manufacture soap,
which is a byproduct f the meat iu
dusty. "There is danger In the indiscriminate
use of toilet soaps In public places. It
Is true that members of a family em
ployed ln largo establishments accumu
late a remarkable collection of microbe
organisms in their various occupations
and transmit them to lb' lone har of Noap
and thence to thone who use It subse
BY TERRIFIC STORM
By International News Service.
BALTIMORE, -July 21. A ruriOUS wind
storm, accompanied by a deluge of rain,
Swept over western and northern .Mary
land thlr, evening In Baltimore houses
were unroofed, shutters ripped off, sky
lights and window sashes blown in end
Cm the PataPBOQ rivet and in the bay
Several yachts and other suiting craft
were captdzod. It is reported tuat sev
eral persons were drowned.
At the resorts and In the parks picnic
parties and excursionists became panic
stricken, but. aside from nervous Shock
no one wiu- Inlured so far as known
Crops on the truck farms in Baltimore
and Anne Arundel counties were washed
out, causing heavy losses to the farm
ers In Oat-roll and W'tehlngton counties and
In Oc'-ll county and suburbs of this cltv,
the. wind Mew with The velocity of a tornado.
Oerit Smith Lies.
By Interna.tional News Bsrvice.
NEW YORK, July 21. Gerritt Smith,
the noted director of music arid organist
of the rnion Theological seminary, died !
Of pneumonia at Tekoneke Park, Datien, j
Conn., today Besides bein ;iu organist,
Mr. Smith composed over seventy 'five
songs a number of piano pieces and !
church anthemF. His most famous can- I
tata is "King David."
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Signature of fcJi
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K ' HRS WOMEN'S SORTS include, with a few exceptions, ' 'I
every line of low shoes in our store. Sizes are complete H
mY 7$ in e kC8t $3:50' $4.00 and $5.00 sorts in button, pump H
II y ; or lace styles, in the wanted leathers, and most desired toe H
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A? white canvas, welt sole pumps
I $2,85 the Pair I
LSk Any Pftir f $3.50 low shoes in our store, also with few ex- H
JFjW liiilpS ceptions any $4.00 pair and many of our $5.00 sorts, and H
1 to ve acec zest to tne sellmg? we are including some of H
1 JiflfP our new moel8 "Well Worth Shoes' all going at H
( $2.85 the Pair I
ajr Announcement Extraordinary I
We announce our first hosiery sale, and will give values long to be
rt;3 When we inaugurated this hosiery depart niont, we decided to give !
better values than had ever beeu offered in Salt Lake City before, and
Srk keep as near as possible a uniform selling price the season through. We jjj
fSSBGffliMtsSh Pa more Per Pnir than the ordinary hosiery value ind consequently R
iujlwfsMsriWmBnW our va-urs arP better. Our patrons tell us this repeatedly, and when we a
SBmS&S announce cut prices,
IHiBHB ' Means Something I
rAp il0 ICirlffnioc SPECIAL EXTRAORDINARY An excellent quality women's '
rOl tne moulds blaeksilk boot, with doable lisle garter top. The AJIL I H
Infants' silk lisle, and silk pink, blue and white hose, our 25c spe- standard 75c value at, the pair T'af C 6
eial, 2 PAIR Choice of any pair of our best $1.25 silk hose for women, the equal 9
FOR - afcw of most $1.50 sorts. Every pair guaranteed. OlCaf i assl
i CHILDREN'S SOCKS In tan, blue, pink white and black, in The pair 9C I H
silk, and silk lisle, a good 25c to 35c value, oUR 35c THREE FOR $1.00 silk lisle hose in black or colors, I
I our speeial price A standard 50c values.
a Years J S HCAhm9 ? 5C THESHOEPEOPy I
Shociy, O I iSIl III ICIl 1 9 118 S. Main Street I
LOOK r OR THE REVOLVING WINDOW DISPLAY. . I H
Discharge of Forty-three Men
by Western Union in New
York Starts Trouble.
NEW YORK, luly 21. Members or
the Opnunercia Telegraphers' Union of
America mot here touibt to discuss
the alleged discharge last Friday ol
forty-three employees of tlio Western
L'r.ion Teleirra;h company,
wiben tbu meeting nras called to or
der it, is asberti'd that it whs decided
to have President . K(incnkanii of
the union exercise Ins authority and
declare a st.rikp in tins city. This i);ui
waa tabled, however, and instead a
committee oi' five union men was ap-
poiuted to discuas the situation with
the management of the company. This
committee, t is said, will demand re
instatemenl nf anv men discharged, it
: 1 1 s o will he empowered tn demand thai
telegraphers be not dismissed without
A resolution adopted requested the
onion men in si. Louis, Denver, Chi
(Hiio, Smu l-;in''i-i'n. K.'iis:is I'itv. i;il
las and Atlanta ti assist Bhe local men
by Bending delegates to this citj t"
argue bheir grievances!
Another meeting will be held next
Sunday irj hear the report of th. com
mittee thai will wail on the Western
; Union officials. Local union officials
say more than ''" men have been dis
charged in the cities to which the call
was sent, hut that not many i" them
are union men Lt lb said these men
have asked the union men to help
During the summer months mothers
of young children should watch for any
unnatural looseness of the bowels.
When aivon prompt attention at this
time serious 'rouble may be avoided
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy can always bo depended
upon. For sale by all dealers.
Bumper Crop of Melons,
B International News Servlco
AUSTIN, Texas, July 31. All thn way
from Brownsville t" TVxIIno anil from
El Pnio to Texa'rkana the people of Texas
arc reveling in watermelons, Tt is the
largest crop i)v. stats has ever produced
Besides supplying the homo demand, more
thun fiOOO oarloadl of th melons will
hav bc:ii shipped to other xtates before,
the season closes. As for the eanta loupe
crop, nothing Hle. It was c-vei known
before In Texas, Bo plentiful are these
melons that they arc selling as low as
'.no o-nt apiece.
Killed by Gamekeeper.
LONDON. July 21. H IT. Watts a
prominent landowner and brother-in-law
of Genera! Sir John French, chief of tlu
Ctnperlal general staff, was assassinated
today by ;i dismissed gamekeeper, who
shot hirn" while Walking home from chuiiji.
The gamekeeper commuted suicide.
Perhaps it v. an the heat, but more likely
ti was the play which affected the larger
portion of the auditors at the first Sail
Lake stock presentation of 'Madame X,"
Blsson's powerful story of a wife who
Binned and suffered. Handkershlefs were
W'llUrd Mack, Marjorie Ramheau and
th: Orpheurn players have Indeed made
B big BUcceSS of the play, the presenta
llon o( which ecn by a traveling com
pany Is no mull task.
Miss Rombea-U, by her work In "Ma
dame X'' has given her rapidly Increas
ing number of Salt Lake admirers a true
Insight Into her real power The difficult
portrayal of the woman who has sunk to
the lowest depths and who In her effort
to forget has become addicted to the use
f ether, seemed to be a transition of no
particular hardship for her.
The story of "Madame X" Is quite well
known In this city, the play having had
two prev ious presentations by road com
panles and the hook having had a wide
. husband, deep in his work and for
getful of his wife, has caused her, in her
eagerness for gayety and life, to desert
him, leaving in the company of another
man. The wife comes back repentant
and Is driven away. After many years
sh- returns to Prance, where the scene
Is laid, J wreck ot her former self, a help-
less hulk afloat on the sea of life, the
only bright sp". being her love for her
son, who believes her to be dead.
In a quarrel over her effort to conceal
her real Identity she kills her lover. In
prison Bhe refuses to speak to any one of
her crlm or of the events leading to its
commission By chance her own son Is
assigned by the court to defend her. Ray
mond, the BOO has had able tuition under
the guidance of his father, who has ad
vanced to the presidency Of the eourl.
The BOn's pleading before the Jury .saves
her, although he p unaware that his
i Hi-nt Is his own mother
After her acquittal Madame X dies in
the court room. The scen Is a most af
fecting one. Its able presentation by The
Orpheum company was last night attested
by the busy handkerchiefs of the audi
tors, This week also sees the first local ap
pearance of Richard Vivian-, cast as Ray
mond. Mr. Vivian seems to be a whole
souled rtung man, amplv capable of tak
ing care of his share of whatever part he
liiu-hl be Riven.
X' .vt tn Miss Ramheau, Vivian's Part
Is the most. Important In the plav. Its
proper portrayal Is an essential And to
use a bit of slang, "bo's a bear,"
"Madame X" will run the week at the
Orpheum. Regular matinees will be given
Thursday and Saturday. A special mat
inee will be given Wednesday Pioneer
The best place to take a hot weather
grouch thin week is to thp empress if
I'.dwlna Kerry us the ':klssltig servn.nl"
In "The Home Breaker" falls to put If.
to rout tlic-ro are three other furmukers
on the bill whoso supplementary efforts
haven't bMen known to fall since Wed
nesday last. The BarOWS-Lancaster com
pany In "Like Father, Like Son" cause
one long thlrty-mtnute succession of
laughs with their unraveling of the mat
rimonial entanglements into which a
wealthy New York broker and his son
become enmeshed through the marriage
of each to a lady of the stage. Both
are afraid to disclose their wedding and
the denouement of the farce Is one of
the richest pieces of fun staged locally
this year. The bill is on the last lap
of Its week, as the acts constituting
the present programme will finish their
engagement Tuesday night The head
liner for nt'.xt week's offerings, opening
Wednesday at'tornoun, 18 the great Dollar
.troupe of acrobata. ,
WEATHER FORECAST FOR P ALT LAKE CITY
AND THE STATE OK tITAH GENERALLY
FAIR MONDAY AND TLESDAY.
Comparative WMthW data at Salt Lake City.
July XI, J012
Highest temperature today wai 92 degrees:
hlgheat lo thin month aluco 357-1 Ml 103 d OCT OOI .
lowed lt nljht was 67 degrees: lowent tills
month since l$14 was iT. degrees, tnenn temper
ature for today no CO drRree; normal was
degreco; ui-.-umulated deSolSBO sliu-o the ftr...t
of the month Is 67 degrees: accumulated exres-.
since January 1 Is SI degrees.
Relative humidity at 6 u. ra. today was S pr
cent; relative humidity at 6 p m. today wbk 17
Total prr.i Ipltatlon for ihe twenty-four hours
ending at 6 p. m wai none, total for thil month
to dale Is 1.18 Inches, aoounmlstsd IX09H for
tills month to date Ik .78 of an Inch; total pre
cipitation hlnie January 1 to date 1 l"2
Inches, accumulated r.xcow fiuce January 1 Is
Sun rises T, H a. m.; sun set 3 7. ot p. m.
July :j. 1913
' Temperature. J
A O X 3
i. 9? 5 o
B j : 53
SALT LAKE I 91 tS I S7
Boise 7 Sfi 60 .00
Cheyenne I n $6 I j (r
Chicago 64 6 j $4 I Sr.
Denver 74 60 I 01
De Mohm (2 .....
Dodge City iH 92 j 66 .01
Duluth I 56 I 64 I hi I .00
Durungo .. S4 I H2 52 .02
Grand Junction . ....... no I 1 j : I on
Havro so 82 I J.0 I .on
Helena tiS I R2 56 I .on
Huron 7S I SO 60 j .no
Ja..Kks3nvlll v. I 93 I 71 If
Kanoai City S3 SI I 71 I .OS
Lander SO SS 62 I .0t'
Los Angeles I 73 SO I .00
Modena 84 I 8 j fit .00
Moorhtad 70 I 74 j 64 j .00
Nuw Orleans 7i ' 0 I 7S .74
Now York 74 j 71 64 I t ?o
North Platle ., S2 86 I .00
Oklahoma 90 sr. 76 .....
Portland. Or 62 66 j &S ,22
Rapid City SI 86 58 I 40
Ro-iirg 70 I 70 j .04
St. Loula 82 I 88 I 78 I ,02
St Paul ... 74 I 78 ! 58 I .01
San Francisco 64 I 84 I SI I .00
Seattle 82 42 I 58 I .00
Sp-kann ........ , . I 1 84 I HO I 1 ;
"I Never Closed My
Eyes Last Night"
How often have you
been forced to say
thes very words, You
evidently have never
which gently regulate
your system and stir
your liver to action.
Sugar coated or plain
at your druggist.
SOLID CAKE-NO WAST I
j Cleans when others fail B
and requires less effort H
m DIRT CAN RESIST IT H
DELINQUENT NOTICE. 'M
Yankee Consolidated Mining company. fl
Principal office, ruom No. S07 Newhouso
building;, Salt Lake City. Utah. iH
N'otiee There are delinquent upon tho 1
following dc-s-jrlliod Block, on account of
assessment No. 7, of 2 cents per share, fjfjfjfjffl
levied on the Sth day of June. 1912, the t
several amounts set opposite the names H
of lhe respective shareholders as foi-
Woodward. Geo. R..A- 1S2 100 2.00 H
Alger, Mary I, A- 2'7 ino 2.00 H
Alger, Mary L...,.,A- 20 100 2.00 H
Altcer. Mary 1 A- 209 100 2.00 H
Ah'.er. Mary A- 210 100 2.00
Alger, Mary L A- 211 900 18.00
l)u Bois, Castile A- 216 5000 100.00 fH
Du Bols. Caselo A- 217 5000 100. 00 1
Du Bol?. Lucy A- 218 5000 100.00 fH
Du Bois. Lucy A- 219 5000 100.00
Morris, Mrs C. D A- 322 5000 100. 00 H
Morris. Mrs. C. D..A- 223 5000 100. 00 H)H
Murray. T. Pf A- 224 200 4.00 H
elghtman, Mr?. R. A- 2.14 50 l.oo il
vVelghtmaJl Mary . A- 335 50 1.00
Du Dols. Duey A- 238 500 10.00 M
Du Bois, Lucy . ...A- 239 500 10 00 H
Du Bois, Caasle .. .A- 424 800 16.00
Du Bois. Cassia A- 685 500 10.00 H
Du Bois. Lucy A- 841 1600 32.00
Welghtman, Mrs. R.A- 7S2 50 l.no
Du Bois. Cassle ... A- 8 44 250 6.00 H
Du Bois, Lucy A- 845 450 9 00 H
Du Bois, Cnssle A- 875 800 16. On 'H
Du Bois. Cassle ...A- 896 100 2.00 H
Mead. Mrs R. K... .A- 901 100 2.00 fH
Du Bois, Lucy A-1333 440 8.80 B
SydOW A A-1340 230 4.60 fH
Du Bois Lucy A-l"41 470 9 . 4i 'H
Dg Bois, Lucy . A-1357 858 17. 16 jll
Du Bois, Uucy ... .A-llJi YSS 14 . BBBBBBBBJ
Wlnslnw. H. F A-1 192 40 .80 H
Dd Bois. Lucy A-1525 400 8.00 H
Du Bois, Lucy A-1581 lono 20.00 H
Du B.-ls, Lucy A-1787 700 14.0O H
Du Bois, Lucy A-1S3S 200 4 00
Du Bois. Lucy A-2022 9000 180.00 H
West Fred S A-2004 lO'i 2.00
Sweeny, vna A . A-2512 700 14.00
F. W B- 34 200 4.00
Pmlthers. P. L B- 135 1000 20.00
Boers. May B- 174 100 2.00
Bay C. L. B- 239 too 2.00
Thelen. L. K. ... ..B- M4 ?0O 4.00
Mauldln, Nancy A..B- 2o7 500 10.00 ifgH
Greene H. H . . B- 292 500 10.00 JH
And ln accordance with the law and an ,jH
order of the board of directors, mado on JjH
the Sth day of June, 1912, so many shares H
of each parcel of stock as may be ne:as- HktBBsfl
sat-.- will he sold at. public auction at the BllSBBBB
offices of the secretary. No. S07 New- siBBIIlfl
house building, Salt Lake City, Utah, on BBsfl
the 27th day f July 1912. at 10 o'clock BclH
a- m.. to pay the. delinquent assessment mS
thereon, together with costs Of advertls- iH
Ins: and expenses of sale. H
A. K. CANFirCLD. H
Sftoretarv Yankee Consolidated Mlnlnr M
Co . S07 Newhoune Building. Salt Lake M
Cltv. Utah e!140 IM