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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1912.
J I IS WEEK
3y0rk 5tae to Establish
1 j for Wholesale Offi-
ft Men in Death Cells
SfcjSin.fr, Auburn and
-.-i Kews Sen
Kfirial electrocution in ov
(L,'r:ll hive l-cen t n.h 1 !-' 1
jflc K. 1" Davis of orn
the official rxocutioner
Kg lives of wghf murderers
ij to die bv the Nw York
JIJefldel tieso men there are
jliiitionul murderers novr iu
? of Sin? Kin?.. Auburn
prisons who must shortly
Ipenslty unless new trials
lr the highest court, of
doomrd men all are rruilty
rhich at the lime of their
eicted wide interest. I'ivo
ltd in the murder of Mrs.
it Torktown. Westchester
ovemher S. 1911. They are
ic with robbery in view,
bone in the absence of her
j stabbed her to death as
if held by the others,
stMnhor of the eaii?, Santo
Jmdy piid the death pen
of been established that, lie
the stabbing. He was
July 8, last,
the Italians who will be
the electric chair for the
rt Hall.: Lorenzo L. Cali.
1 Ctu, Fhpio de Marco, Salva
liuv) and Antrel Guista. All
vh eeDs at Ping Sing prison,
mmenwho complete the list
kftrrOD?. also an Italian, who
iHl hi." wife in New York city
ir rA lasl by cntting ho'r
'JBJ;':s W. Collins, a nero. who
l 1811, shot and killed Po-
!":.Z2.: irnc in New York.
Ws Jfaluszewsl:!, who shot Po-Karif.-
Sfhpftfor of Inii'faJn,
to official ol the state
IBwrtnent, little more than an
kKtf iff 5'ary to exmil.e cvon
(fS an ivbo are at Wing Sintj
aTiT trill probablv be killer!
In. KariBzewski, who is await
pa! it A'jhuni prison, will bo
Mother day, Electrician
Mnoilone arrenees for and con
fB 'tronitif.n o: l.:e uiurdcr
if.Vr York Mute, ui! l.e com
iHk fy a visit to the, up state
IBft 20t been for the thirty-day
Wei U. determine f.hf mentfil
jH?tem?s Wiilinm?. who killed
'ar in IJonr-oye ! In t I'Vh
M"io fartns (i.-.'-tb at Auburn
'tl number of 'men to be elec
JMvim Lave been nine in num-
BjD!ErAS'r SALT LAKE
KSATE OF ' TAH GENERALLY
A.' ' NOT MUCH
A "U '- lowr-frl ll,lu
Wrw.'. ,u " 4'-:" n. ..-j
k , . 74 ,lr;-"J: nonruil v..,
JB-UIA) rlKlclftnry ,lnc. lhi fnt
iWjTjt-, ;'j"ni,iit wi-
Bk U!nl'J1'T B P. m. today
': trr -!" 'fDty.four lioura
li L..' a?n,,; for t Lis IUnth
BgT0'1; 10 " H .02 or tn Inn,.
IPk. 1 - tnce Janjry
Jj'.l B,: u" 7:Dl' p. ...
J Ttmperatsra, j j
' ? 8 3 -
I J B " a
ornc. 2M2 waito, Ave. Ph. Mi o,M houx, fc , to k:
- m.; 3 p. m. to 8 p. m.
K. OF til
SEE OGDEN CAN
Knights From the East Ex
press Appreciation of Re
ception in Utah.
Special Us The Tribune.
06DEJN, auc n. -with the delegation
beaded by State Deputy s a. MaBinis
of Ogden and Grand ECnlght W. H. (,,,.
of Beit (.ak-c. fifty eastern delegates to
the national oonyention of the Knighte of
Columhufl arrived in Ogden at 8:20 o'clock
this afternoon from Salt t.u.. where
they were entertained yesterday, ' mi are
on their way to yellowstone park after
attending the session of the convention
at Colorado Springs, Colo., last wf-u
Special O. R t. cars were waiting
upon their arrival hrP nd thf-v v.-frt
given an excursion trip through Ogden
canyon. After taking dinner at the
Hermitage hotel guests of OirrWi coun
cil wo in. i ho visitors returned to thp
city and hoarded the O. S L train at
8 o clock fur Yellowstone park It -was
at the solicitation of Messrs. Magfnnls
and I.eary that the delegates visited
Utah on their way north und all ex
pressed themselves as Illghlj please.l
With the reception accorded them by lh.
Knights of Columbus of this state
Victim of Accident In Montello, Nev.,
Railroad Yards Dies From Inurles.
Special to The Tribune
OGDEN. Aucr. II. The Italian laborer,
who dlf while being brought to this city
from Montello, NeV., last evening:, has
been Identified as Massimo Lucchlnl,
acred 28 years. He was employed by tin?
Southern Pacific company, and while
pushing a wheelbarrow across the tracks
In the railroad yards at Montello yester
day afternoon was struck by a switch
encrlne. Both arms were severed and bis
back was broken, but he lived until the
special train on which he was placed wa.i
within a few miles of this city
The body was removed to the Klrkrn
dall undertaking rooms, and the itinera)
will be held tomorrow afternoon.
PATIENT IS MISSING.
Authorities Find No Trace of Man Who
Escaped From Hospital.
Spn la to M ho Tribune.
OGDEN, Aug. XI. Although the county
Officers hae conducted a thorough
search, they have been unable to locate
Charles Mltohel, who left the Deo hospital
four days ago without the consent of
("ounty Physician J. W. Pldcock or Sher
iff R. 1. Harrison. The man was not
wanted by the local authorities for any
crime, but his mysterious conduct, led
them to believe tliat he might bo wanted
In Borne other locality.
Mltohel was found on I he desert near
Lakeside during the latter part of July.
He whs in a .starving condition and ap
parently had Buffered trora thirst and
heat prostration, as he was dolhlou.s for
Several days after his le.moval to the lo
cal hospital. When he did recover some
what, he refused to tell anything concern
ing himself. While convalescing, Mltchel
was permitted to lounge in the smoking
room but on the Second day that he whh
allowed this liberty he disappeared. Dr.
Pldcock aaya that be was still weak and
should not have left the hospital for
Apotle Heber J. Grant Taks Grewaome
Theme for Sunday Sermon.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Aug. 11. Declaring auleido to
bo no more justifiable than murder, and
asserting that Latter-day Salute, of all
people, should be less inclined to take
tiieir own lives. Apostl Heber J. Grant
of Halt Lake made B elf - d es traction the
theme of bis principal address at the
Qiiarterlr conference of the Ogden stake
here today. Two conference meetings
wero held at tho tabernacle- anci bot!l
H-Isctvo,! iur supper, almost every night,
JJ' M.-mory Lingers," dreams are always
nI'1 in the inorniiiu feeling fine and gay,
M fast on ist Trusties, happy all the day.
Jk Written by MRS. Gh E, FEAMOTER.
iH f)Cr Wapping St., Frankfort, n.
IWtfie n'r 'biiples for which the Postum Co.,
, " -K -Hid) , paid $1000.00 in .June.
w6r?, ddr,sf'l by Apostle Grant and B
Thomas B, McKay, formerly in charge
the Swlss-GermaM mission of the
ciiiirch. gave u i c-port of conditions
throughout the. slake. Both mcetlnqs ar
; i J,n-.'11"1 - P - were wen at
tended. The. Salt Lake church officials
spoko at ward chapels this evening
HELP FOR STRANGERS.
Ogden Will Place Sign Posts at intersec
tlons of All Streets.
-Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Aug. 11. -Within the next few
days employees of the stroot department
of the city, under direction of Commis
sioner J C. Nye, will begin the task of
I'larlnq slim platr-s at .-erv street und
avenue Intersection in Ogden. Although
the order was placed many months s ro,
the 100 signs arrived but a" few days ago
Bach plate must be attached to a wood
base before It Is placed In permanent
Top plate itsr-ir is of metal, the letters,
three Inches high, being whito enamel on
a hh)p background rhe signs are to be
piai 'd in conspicuous places on posts set
for ihat purpose, i p to this time there
has been no method of marking in- which
a stranger would be able to determine
any street or avenue.
Pay Fraternal Visit.
spcriHi to Tb Tribune
OQDEN, Aug. 11. Tho ij'rop i.lft and i'aui
of Webar ic- No. 4, Woodman of the world
comprUlng a. delogstlon "t thirty, tu.nio u u-;i-Minl
visit to dm Kcysvilla .-ainp Inst nlglll
tor ih pqrposa of loitiatinft i elsu of rundl
dniAT Foll.iwlnj? :bi lnltlMtory 'eifmony tbre
was a iocIkI maatlng -niih upaotaes by nsinbsn
of th ORdrn and Abr Lliroln r.mtvi. Thn
visitors were then tsndsnl a banijuet.
Are Quietly Wedded.
Bpar.lal to The Tribune,
OGDBN, Aus. 11 Dr Cluudo F.. Wardlalgh
anil MtM Colraio E'.. Miller were unltrd in mar.
rlnKr in the tome of lbs former's fiilhcr. II C
Wurdleltth, 1.110 QuIOOJf aonue. this aftciuoon,
tha coromony bolDg pnrfimnod by .luiJiee J A.
Howell Bt. 4 o'clock. Ouly rclatlea of the con
tra, ling pnitli":: nnara prcjent.
Much Poultry Burns.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Aug. 11. Moro thnn 100 ohlebSIM and
durlts were roasted alive when n ham a the
bnmu of Italpli tl Tully. fU Twotlty-flrBt street
wan dostrojod br flro at an eurly hour this
morning Tno borSM were rwcur-d from tho
burning building but the tenant of Mr. Tully'B
Iioultry houM) iicrlshtd. Tho monibor of the
Tully family weiv absent fiotn homo when tha
blaro nus dlrcovrrel by nolghbora. The loea
on the building will not bo airtl a
Will Be Buried .Tuesday.
Spectnl to The Tribuua.
OODBN, An. 11 Jeffrey Dinndale., ajed 81
yram. died at the borne on Wont Seventeenth
Mrool at 7 o'clock thin morning altei- a long
Illness from leakaso of the hearL Ho wa a
t.n'j nf Jeffrey Dlnedale. who survives Mm
There are) also 1 arriving hint a wldo and other
relntlve The bod? wn roniovnd to th Liixkln
undertaking room-.', whero It will remain until
Tuo'iilay aflnrneon. Funeral AofVtoea will bo
conducted by lUnbop Mortnl S Nfajrlott, of tho
Tenth ward, at the Third ward chapel at 2
o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Interment In the
Will Resume HiB Work,
Ppe.-ial to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Aug II. Cltr Jailor Hagbart Ander
ion, who bus bono, absent, from tli city for the
past two mo::thu while on a trip to Norway,
It. expo-tod to arrive home tomorrow Ho li;
never entirely recovered from tho lojory received
during tho Dec.lnn flrn 1am N'ovenibor ard made
the trip abroad In the hope that bl health
might Improve. Mr. Ander.ou MI Naume blj
dtltlat a:i Jailer upon hla anlval homo.
Evidence of Growth.
Special lo The Tiibuna.
OGDEN Aug U. Although 11 war, only five
years ago thut the Slmpo Willi. mi:; Candy com
pany areoted n building Which provided for a
j Cxi per cent IncieaKO In bunlonrs. It ban norr
become Daeaaaary to build an addition lo the
plant od Wall e.vonuc and work tmn beru tar ted
on a iLraotare which will '-over tblrtj -four
by 100 foot of ground -pflcn. Tb.ll uow bulldlog.
which will co.mI olwuf 110,000, Will be two giorjor
high and constructed of brick The foundation
provide for a toul height of four atorlee, the
;'xiu height aa Uic main huilding
Many Attend Funeral
pn tal to Tbn Ti ibuoe.
OGDEN, Aug 11 With member of the ladlci.'
auxiliary to the B. of R. 1'. and E. atlondtng
in a iody tha foncraj or lira M,rtic Raker
waa hold tills afternoon with snrvlcea Conducted
by niubop Robert Mc.Quarrln at thn home of Mr;i
A. D Baker, 1-10 West Twanty-Hevenlh street,
ot 4 o'clock The Interment wan In the City
cemetery Funeral oervlrcs for Mlmi Amy nogcri
wer couduotcd by tha Revn. (;. E. Cannadv
and Jitmes Armftrong at thn Baptlnt church at i
O'oloch 'his afternoon. Interment vran In Mouu-
KNIGHT IS NOT IN
Abel John Evans May Run for
Governor, but Is Not
Special to The, Tribune.
FROVO, Aug- 11 J- William Kn.ght
wlI1 D0t he. a candidate for the nomina
tion for congressman lh thi DemjKHuUc
convention to bo hid in Salt Lake Am
.st -a ftfr. Knight made this announce
Sent during the week, but said hs tor
enaed to do what he could .thec
, .i Ml4 in the nation, state
""T n v t N Taylor, while averse
'" ", (tint for the nomination tor
' i. u V - Ptlvc mood oud
win Tllr his friJ-nds l "ko his. name
will .uiov iuj . puV.rnorshlp.
lnAhTjAtfSi2 in pro
) i t ond when asksd ir he would
LRditate for governor said. "I don't
city is making preparations secure the
,; :ub;i(! announcement of hto candidacy
Anothe" csndidste for Position on the
si ir- tiekel is Alma Greenwood of Araar
, y lX who is Said lo bO in the race
for male trerjcurer on tho Democratic
s-lde. The titnie and Judicial offices are
all that nre being discussed at present,
the local ofllces seeuilng to bs secondary.
The Democratic Judicial convention for
tho Fourth district, comprising Utah,
Wasatch and Uintah counties) is to bo
held in Pl'OVO August ol
j. H McDonald of Heber City, in a
letter to Chairman w. f. Olies of Utah
county, ;it&.te; that he It-' a candidate for
thc nomiiuillon for district attorney on
the Demoeratic ticket. The Republican
judicial convention Is a.lso to be held in
Provo, 1 1 io date, fixed being the day pro
cedinj; thfl elate convention.
ASK FOR MORE MONEY.
Utah County School Trusteea Ak for
Doubled School Tax.
Special to The Tribune.
provo, Aug. li. Tho trustees and
principals Of the county schools m-l here
yesterday with Superintendent J. Preston
Creer to consider m;itters pertaining to
the Hcbools. It tvti, decided t--:i ask the
county commissioners to Increase the
county school tax from 2 nulls to 4 mills,
and also '0 ask them to increase tho sal
ary of thn county superintendent of
schools to the limit permitted by law In
counties of the second class, which i
$1-00 per annum, and which he Ir al-
The trustees and high school teachers
will be asksd to contribute fi each and
other teachers 60 cents Bach to help de
fray expenses Of the N, E. A. eonvenrion
in Salt Lake next year This contribu
tion should amount to about JIIOO.
FUNERA LOF MRS. EAMES.
Many Attend Obsequlea ot Youncj Woman
Who Took Her Own Life.
special to The Tribune.
KUREKA. Aug. 31. FUneral ei vi.--.-M
f,.,i- rinrabHi Kames (known here ;is Doro
thy DrexeU) were held here thix noon
from St Andrews Episcopal church Ulss
FJaiues In a period of despondency com
mitted suicide on August 2, Her mother
arrived tierc last night and Identified
the body. The attendance at the funeral
was large and Included many of Ihe
prominent citizens of Kure.l.a.
NATIVE SONS ACTIVE.
Big Chiefa From Salt Lake Organize
Council In Prove
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO. Aug. 11. The following Na
tive Sons of Utah aame down from Sail
lake last nlghi In two automobiles to
organize a council of Native Sons: Si.
H Lowe, prasldent grand council; S, a.
RosarS. seoretary grand council; C. M.
niMon J J. whitaker. J P. Jensen. P
a Connor. WUllam M. MoCras, J. W
rtTrlngfntlow, Dana T. SnUth. Joseph A
foung Tonn T lll,d: 5& vl"ltln
Bona inot with Provo candidates for mem-
NEW YORK SURGEON
Inserts Bones of Dead Chil
dren In Feet of Two-Year-Old
By International News Service.
NEW vokk. Aug, 11. A two-year-old
baby ho came to the Post Gradu
ate hospital, New York, five weeks ago
a helpless cripple from club feet, since
birth, went to Lis home in Waterbury,
Conn., today, wearing in each foot the
bone of --mother child, but strong and
well. p(l. i Up. first lime in the history
ol" tbe world Dt. -Frederick II Albee
tool, bones from the feet of the dead
bodies of i wo children, inserted tbem
inside the feet of the little cripple
aud restored bis distorted feet to nor
mal '-hapo, size and utility.
Hitherto Burgeons cut the feet of
such cripples and gradually straight
ened, them with braces, but in olub feet
some bones are always lacking and the
old cure iiever pUt the feet into such
condition that tney could bo used, bo
canse it never attempted to supply tho
inissintr bones. This time, Bellevue hos
pital supplied the bodies of children
who had 'lied at birth from strangula
tion. Prom ono was taken a thigh
bone, from the other an arm boDe.
Those were placed in cold storage a.nd
when they had frozen Dr. Albee eut
from them pieces the exact Bhupe and
size of the bones missing from the lit
A clinic saw the little fellow,
peacefully asleep under ether, wheeled
iuto- the amphitheater of the Post
Graduate hospital. Then Dr. Albeo
made an incision in ono foot, cut tho
ligament?, straightened the foot and
inserted ono of tha bones., tho piece
which forms the junction between the
heel and toe bones. Tho foot was
sewed up, placed in a plaster east and
a similar operation performed on the
other foot. The little fellow awoke with
out any bad effects from operation or
anesthetic, aud a week ago tho plastor
casts were removed. Today he wont
home and now he must be taught to
walk and then lie will bo .'is perfect on
his little feet as a child could be.
Dr. Albeo is the surgeon who, a short
time ago, discoverer a method for the
cure of hunchbacks by the transplant
ing of human bones.
PHI CK BILL
Final FfTort Will Be Made to
Eliminate the Anti-Railroad
By International wb Servleo.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 11. The report
tlmt there will be a final effort to elimi
nate clauses In the Panama canal bill
Inimical lo rallroada has Invested the
prospective action of tbe president on the
legislation With more, interest tlmn any
Of the other important hills of the ses
sion, for the reason that his attitude on
tho tariiT bills could havo been antici
pated. Senator I o.jge ai)d & few of the old
guard In the senate have taken the
ground on tiif. Panama bill that it is a
direct and untiectnary onslaught on the
railroads. If Mr. Root had succeeded in
his pro-British arguments the railroad
fight would have been won. Mr. Lodge
puts his argument In a nutshell by hold
ing that, there Is a disposition to as
sume that the fact of having accumu
lated money Is strong circumstantial
proof that It was Obtained dishonestly.
The seven-year tenure elll servlcs
provision will be permitted to tak Its
place in a general revision of the civil
service law now being framed by the
house committee on civil service and
which is to be considered at the next
st-bsion of congress.
With these two provisions removed
from the legislative appropriation bill. It
will meet with the approval of the presi
dent, and his signing of It. will remove
a ban ice against an adjournment within
I en days, w hich Is now the aim of tbe
Gun Taken From His Office in
This City Ten Yean Ago Re
covered in California.
Special to Tho Tribune.
SANTA MONICA. Cat, Aug. 11. Louis
Bamberger of Salt Lake, who makes this
beach his summer and winter homo, has
come into his own after a lapse Of years
Ten years ago a friend presented him
with a handsome gun. which soon after
word mysteriously disappeared from Mr.
Bamberger's office In the Utah capital,
yesterday Mr Bamberger received a
package by prepaid express from Phoenix.
Ariz. The shipment proved to be the
missing gun, which was In prime con
dition But thoro Is no rlue as to the
Identity of the conscience-stricken borrower.
C ASTO R I A
ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTE
For Century printing You can get the
eonuino article at 55-57 Postoffice place.
WIFE STABS HUSBAND
THROUGH THE HEART
PORTLAND. Or... Aug. 11.' Otto
Pieohtl Is dead from a knife wound, and
Mrs. Ethel lrlechtl, his wife. Is under
arrest today on a cbargu of murder.
Ptechtl Is said to belong to a family of
professional singers In Minneapolis, lviinn.
According to Mrs. Flechtl, the couple
spent precQcally all last night in quarrels
,ind reconciliations. In the final quarrel,
she said, Flechtl crowded her to the wall,
slapping and striking her with his fist
Then, she said, to save henself from fur
ther run'shment, she seized a dirk, which
was hanging on the wall, and luiiKod at
Flechtl. driving the blade, straight through
be.rshlp In the Commercial club and or
jranlzd ti council with tho following of
ficers Joseph B Gates, president; c. a.
Glazier, vice president; Martin YV. Hoy
lanoe, secretary; wiuiam b ward, treas
urer: J. W WlllntriHon, serKeant-at-(irme:
John Ronndy. C. F. Decker. William J.
The party from Salt Lake left on the
return trip at IS o'clock midnight.
COLONIAL THEATER Willard
Mack. Marjorle flambeau and oa
poclate players In "Sagebrush.'' Cur
tain at p. m Matinees Thurs
day and Saturday afternoons at 2:15.
EMPRESS THEATER Sulllvan-Con-wldlne
vaudeville Matinee dally at
2: ;I0. Two evening performances,
:30 nnd 9; 16. Bill changea Wed
In the enthusiastic reception given the
presentation of "Sagebrush," the opening
bill of Wlllard Mack and company, In an
Indefinite stock engagement at the Co
lonial, beginning last night, Mr. Mack
was accorded a doublo honor, as tha
author of the play and the Interpreta
tion of tile leading role. The play, which
Is lal,i In Wyoming, was beautifully
staged, with naturaJnesa to locality in
every detail. The Betting of the last act
In the "Water Hole" in Big Horn foot
hills was painted from a photograph
taken by Mr. Mack, and. with tho aid of
light effects, made a gorgeous picture
seldom seen on the stage. "Sagebrush"
wa the first play written by Mr. Mack.
It was Fold ten years ago for $1000. It
hsa since made J36.000 for Its purchasers,
and Mr Mack Is paying a royalty to pre
sent It at tha Colonial this week. The
original title was "In Wyoming," and It
Is familiar to Salt LaJte theatergoers.
The play abounds In heart Interest and
delicious comedy, with a strong dash of
dramatic force. It Is true to life In
dialogue- and characterization, showing
tho author's familiarity with scenes and
people In a section In which ho grow up
The absence of gunplay affordB a. re
freshing change from the regulation
The parts are all wetl taken, showing
the strength of Mr Mack's present com
pany. The leading role, that of Bob
Rlcketts. foreman of the DaJby ranch, a
college-bred man of the east, with a
dare-devl streak, which made him break
away from eastern conventionalities for
the freer life of tho wi:st, suits Mr. Mack
particularly welL He has seldom been
Rcen to greater advantage. He is nat
urally a favorite on the range and log
ically wins the heart of the young school
teacher from the east. Miss Jennie Sum
mers, who comes to make her home on
the Dalby ranch. In thlB part. Miss
Rambcau Is especially pleasing. Forrest
Taylor does some exceptionally clever
work as the Inevitable cattlo thief and
man with a past, known as Steve Hard
ing, a cowpuncher of the Dalby ranch
and s. rival of Rlcketts for the love of
the young Bchool teacher. J. Frank
Burks, a late addition to the company, Is
great in the role of Davo Dalby, owner
of the ranch. The part of Mrs DaJby,
a motherly, capable woman, who radiates
warm-hearted love and sympathy. Is well
taken by Miss IJllan Burnett. In the
lngenuo role of Bossy Jones, daughter of
Hank Jones, a character of the settle
ment, Rosa Roma Is winning. Frank
Button does some excellent comedy work
as Hank Jones. Richard Vivian Is good
as Willie Sottle. a vender of clothes
wringers and otherwise a Plnkerton de
tective. The minor parts are all well played
and the presentation as a whole is un
usually creditable. Tho bill will run
through the week, with Thursday and
But two days remain In which Salt
Lakers who have not attended the Em
press this week, will have an opportunity
Of seeing one of tlie best bills that has
vet appeared at the local Sullivan ic
Consldltie house "High Life In Jail" Is
the top-liner, and "Bill" Mack and his
company have shown local theatergoers
that they are ae clever an aggregation of
oomedlans as has been seen In any
sketch In vaudeville here In .months.
Other features of the bill are Ted Gib
son and company. Miss Mary Dorr, the
clever caricaturist, tbe "Warrens In hur
ried picture-making, the Monarch comedy
four, and Brown and MouJton.
Eddie Sales Dies.
NEW HAVEN, Conn.. Aug. 11. Eddie
Sales died here today.
THE "PROQRESSrA7E, PARTY
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rheumatism, weak back, and other
kidney and bladder irregularities. Foley
Kidney Pills aro healing, strengthen
ing, tonic, and quick to produce bene
ficial results. Contain no harmful
drugs- Never sold In bulk- Put up in
two sizes in sealed bottles. The
genuine in a yellow package.
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Butte Team Wins.
BUTTE, Auk. It Flckens nnd Page of
Globe, Ariz., won today the rock-drllllng
contest at the annual picnic of the Butte.
Miners' union, sending their steel Into
solid granite 433 inches In lb minutes.
The purse was S1000. The. team of Bards
law and Klnsella, also of Butte, was sec
ond with 41 11-16 Inches. Four teams contested.
4 FOB 3 SALE.
One week only, beginning August 12,
we will frame four pictures for tho
price of three.
Horton Book Shop. 7 E. 3rd South.
Moose Day, Park City, Aug. 14
Excursion Via D. & R. G. R. R.
Fare $1.50 for the round trip. Regu
lar train 8:20 a, m. Moose special 9
a. m. Boturning, regular train leaves
Park City 3 p. m. Special leaves Park
City 11 p. m. SportB of all kinds.
Personally conducted trips through the
big mines. Everybody invited.
NEW STEAMER LINE
READY FOR CANAL
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. UL With the
completion of four modern steamers now
being built In eastern shipyards, by Grace
fc Co., shippers of New York and San
Francisco will outer the Intercostal lum
ber and merchandise freight trade be
tween the Atlantic, and the Pacific. The
antiouncement was made b- John H.
Rosseter, Pacific coast representative f
the concern, upon his return today from
the east. Ros3etor said it was the" firm's
Intention to open tl New york mar
ket to the Oregon pine and California
redwood products with shipping points at
Ixh Angeles, San Franclscu and along
the Columbia river.
The new line will be operated from
New York to San Francisco as terminal
points, with New Orleans a central stop
ping place. It will bo In full opera
tion with the opening of the Panama
The first steamer of the Intercostal
fleet will be the Santa Cruz, 7000 tons.
The other throe steamers will be of 10.000
tons each. Tho four vessels axe being
built at a cost of $3.000.tK0.
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WAGE BITTED FIGHT
OVER JJQUOR BILL
Members of Christian En
deavor Union Put in Sunday
By International News Service.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 11. A score of
members of the Christian Endeavor
Union are scouring Washington today,
polling tha congressmen who are still
here on their attitude toward the Jones
Works antl-llquor bill for the District of
Columbia. The officers of the union ex
pect to know by tomorrow morning what
will be the outcome of tbe tight to be
made this week tn tho house for the sus
pension of the rules and the Immediate
passage of the bill.
Probably no Sunday In tho district has
encompassed as vigorous an antl-llquor
law fight as wa waged today. Nearly
even' church devoted ome attention to
the fight, open-air lneetinKn were held at
Stanton park and at the md baseball
park and canvassers are tonight button
holing every congressman they can find.
The house office building was a scene
of special activity this morning, several
canvassers seizing upon the unwary con
gressmen who went to their offices this
morning to open their maiL
Special delivery letters were sent at
midnight from Union headquarters to
many workers. Some of these taught
Sunday school classes this morning and
after seizing a hurried lunch went out
to Join In the canvass of congressman.
Congressman Fred S. Jackson of Kan
sas Introduced a motion In the bouse
yesterday afternoon to fake the Jones
Works excise, bill from the district com
mittee. Huch a motion requires seven
days' notice. In order to avoid the ordi
nary rule, Chairman Henry of the rules
committee has been asked to attempt to
obtain a suspension of the rules and bring
the bill oefore the house for Immediate
consideration. This will require a two
thirds vote. The Christian Endeavor
workers believe they can et two-thirds
of the members present to vote with them
on this. They will know with more cer
tainty after the canvass Is completed tonight
BATTLE WITH GALE
By International News Service.
NEW YORK. Aug. 11. Fighting a
seventy-flve-mlle-an-hour gale ivith their
aeroplane dipping and swaying until it
seemed likely at any minute to turn
turtle, Harry Bingham Brown and J.
Jordan Wilson, a passenger, battle.! with
the wind for fifty-seven minutes todav
and managed lo make a safe landing
Flying against the wind, the atroplane
6tood still; going with the wind Brown
declares they mad 150 miles an hour.
At short periods the machine was even
driven backward. The flight was the
most dnrlng and spectacular ever seen at
Hempstead Plains and Brown was the
only aviator who took out a machine
while the gale was raging.
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cure was permanent." Hon. S. W. Mat
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The resources of the Utah State
National Bank, its progressive man
agement and approved modern facili
ties enable it to widen Its usefulness
to the people.
Checking accounts are Invited.
The Denver & Rio Grande
Effective May 19. 1912.
TYovo, Manti, Marysvale 8.0fa. m.
Mldvalo and Bingham 7:i a. m.
Denver. Chicago and East.... 8.35a.m.
Park dry S:2 a. m.
Ogden nnd Intermediate points. 10:".". a. m.
Ogden, San Francisco, Portland 12:40 p. m.
Ogden. San Francisco, Portland 2. IB p. m.
Mldvala and Bingham 3:46 p. m.
Denver, Chicago and East .... 5:20 p. m.
Prove. Sprlngville. Tlntic 1 so p. m.
Denver, Cbicago and East TOO p.m.
Ogden, Portlund and Seattle .11.10 p.m.
Ogden. San Francisco, Los
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Tintio, Springvillei Provo ioil'o n. m.
Bingham aud Mldvalo 10:30 n. m.
Denver. Chicago and Bust.. .12:25p.m.
Ogden and Intermediate points 2 10 p. in.
Denver. Chicago and East .... 2 -30 p. m.
Ogden, San Francisco and West p. m.
Iark City and Intermediate
points 5;00 p. m.
Bingham and Mldvalo 5:30p.m.
Provo, Manti. Marysvale 6:30 V m.
Ogdeu. San Francisco. Portland 9:50 p. m,
Denver, Chicago and East 10:G5 p. m.
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ALL THIS WEEK,
MACK - RAM BEAU
And Associate Players
In Mr. Mack 's four-act story of
Matinees Thursday and Saturday.
Next Week David Bela?co 's
"Rose of the Rancho. "
Tho nicest stock production ever
ffivon in Salt Lake.
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and 9:15 The Warrena,
Regular SOc Matinee Daily -t t
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ASSESSMENT NO. 12.
Johnny Gold Mining & Milling eonv
panv. principal placo of busings Salt
Lake. City. Utah- Location of mine
Nottce Is hereby giver, that at s meet
ing of Ihe board of directors of the John
nv Gold Mining & Milling company, held
oil tho 27th day of July. A. D. 1012, as
Kcasment No. 12 of five-eighth of a cent
per sharo was levied upon tho capital
stock of the corporal Ion, Issued and out
standing, payable Immediately to the
secretarv at his office. No. South Main
street. 6alt Lake City, Utah,
Any atock upon which this asyessmnnt
may remain unpaid on Friday, Auqust 30,
1912. will be delinquent and advertised
for salo at public auction, und unless pay
ment Is madn before Will bu sold on Fri
day. September 20. 10U'. at 6 o'clock
p. m.. at the secretary's of flee to pay
thn delinquent assessment thereon, to
gether with the cost or adverllslng and
expense of sale
W. K. COtn. AM, Secretary. I
First publication July 31, 1912.
LEGACY AWAITS CLAIMANT.
William N Furton (or heirs), lata of
Louisa county. Iowa, later at Conconmil
ly Wash., supposed to have two married
daughters In Salt Lake City, Is requested
to write Silas W. Mack, lawyer, Monte
rey Cal.. resa-rdiiiR- legacy now payabla
in iatata of Martha L. Nowlon. deceased.
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