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THE SALT LAKH TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, 1913. 7 M
If II GUESTS 10
I BijilT DOOR
Injunction Prevents Sale of
jKtrect in Front of Calhoun's
?H Cleveland Residence.
BLrVKLANP" O.. Oct. 10. Guests who
IK rri llie "marriage Saturday of Miss
jKrfba Calhoun and Wilson B Iliekox
3HV. rallioun mansion on Kctil load
1 -i7f hv the front door instead of
iB" f0i!5rf to so through the kitchen.
IBL. lAwrcncc today restrained tho
Bf Af tat idrce.t In front or the Cal
S,Vmo 1'V creditors of the Kuclld
iK,,, .Realty company. a.nd attoriipyn
K Brata who arc flKitliis for
H Jmnerry agreed to postpone the on
jW P.Mr until aprlrur.
fcSwv GWPJ n. Slddnle. represent
.K5iS Cleveland Trust company. trua
iM5Vllie bondholders, withdrew tho or
ilf".il taken sovoral weeka a0.
Wrt e rcUKent had been erected nt Over
iKi reafl and Kuclld Heights boulevard,
ah.riff MlntiuH wn ready to take
3Bta nnnimr and go down to the. Ralo
he learned n temporary settlement
reached. Hirst Iuk at om:i) or
wKrti the tent lorn down.
iBpilrlck Calhoun In undcrntood to liavo
Immmnctf- that the realty company can
vMT.'nnnred and Its dehtf. aggregating
iCisNt J2.OOP.000 paid off There. I.h llke
Xw, however, thai the Innd will ho
'Kit cn the market unrestricted. This Is
Kij.lh resident of the exclusive dis
'Wrl hvc been fighting against.
RELATES STORY OF
Former President pf Piano
Company Witness in Suit
' Against Harvester Co.
CHICAGO. Oct. 10.-"Goorgc TV'. Tor
kins expired tlir opinion that tho har
vester bu.ilneKs could ho greatly Improved
by putting In more capital and reduc
ing the con of manufacture. There wn
talk of consolidation, nnd finally President
O. W. Jones agreed to dlpoHu of a ma
jority of stock In I he ria.no company
undf-r certain conditions."
This Silas Llewellyn, former president
of tho rhino company, relattid In the
KOe.rninenf 511I1 agaln.t tlm Intorna
llonal Harvester company hero todav an
his Ftory of tho birth of the trusl. 'The
events he narrated took place at a meet
ing In the office of J. r. Morgan ln Now
The meeting, wild Mr. Llewllvn, wax
hold In .July, 1902.
Af a result of the negotiation?, Mr.
Llewellyn said, the Piano company nas
sold to tho International Harvester com
pany nnd paid for with tho rtoek of
the latter corporation.
H. B. Luttley, maunder of the purchas
ing department of tho International Har
vester company, testified recording the
put-chane of the Key tone works at Ster
ling. III., in lf'03, while the concern waa
In the hands of a receiver. He :tiId the
Ik UK. showiiis of furs and fur coats this season
K II far surpasses any orcvious oxhibit of like j
J character by ua or any fur store or fur Uc- I
t partmcnt in this city. I
f, W e have tsoarehod tlio fnr markets of the world for 1
the choicost aud rarest skins-lhe best furriers n. 1
the world have made them up into rich and c oaa.it
. pieces ovevv new style ia shown every new idea 111
I ahapo or shade is represented. Wu arc sbowuic an W
I exceptional line of the now Ion- scarfs worked in .
Hudson seal and molofkin. , I
I' An exceptional convenience our -tore offers is the 1
I services of expert furriors on any kind of piece work. 1
I Remember the wonderful offerings on the splendid sample
r line of evening dresses one-third off and better, are the
I; reductions the assortment is superb. J
I IL IBIIIIIGot your copy of
W yet? If Hot-why
iil Scrape S5c
'lilfflH together sand he
r xote-tf you cnl, for the book U w.U ,
jSSZiPgP cost you 35 cents only. J:
U8H! NOT CALOMEL. CftSTOR D1L DR SALTS,
'BUT DELICIOUS F FIGS" TONIGHT
Gently cleanses your stomach, liver and thirty feet of bowels of sour
bile, decaying food, gases and elogged-up wastf
without gripe or nausea.
Tim wouderful fruit laxative acts as
a lircr nnd bowel cleanser tonic not
ap an irritant. Tts action is natural
and pontic no Kripinp. It is delicious
no droading. It 15 ponitive nnd
prompt no waiting.
If yqnr ntomach ix f.our and filled
with vilo cate.", your bend aches, or
you nro bilious, neivonp, di7.-y, half
sicl:, your tongiio eoatedi your thirty
feet of bowels clojjaod with waste Tio't
properly carried oft don't wait. Surely
take a teaeponnful of delicious Syrup
of Figs toniirht, and in the morninjj
I all constipated waste, sour hilo, gases
and poisons will rnovn on and out of
the syatonj, gently hut thoroughly no
griping no nausea no weakness. In
International Harve3tr company ab
Forhed tho corporations two years la
"It Is not true, that after the. purchaiie
of tho Kcyatono plant hy the Inlerna
tlonaJ. it wjj! ad-cirtlsed as an Inde
pendent concern?" asked Attorney Gros
venor. " think It was" replied tho witness.
Attorney Groiivonor read .several let
ters written to agenta by -Piatt, of the
Keystone company, In June. 1005. denying
that the. company had sold out to the
International Harvester company.
The government charges that niter the
ICeyatone company was absorbed tho plant
was dismantled a.nd abandoned an n. man
ufactory of hay tools and mowniv, but
piibseou'cntly was utUlr.ed for the manu
facture of tillage implements and new
Hn"i. , ,
The making of the TCeystono binders
and mowers was discontinued after the
absorption, according to the contention
of the government.
TO WALK TO SEATTLE
VTuW YORK. xOct. 10. Augustine Snr
torin. a Bulgarian. L'S years old. Ik de
termined to walk to Seattle on 15 cents
if tho commissioner of Immigration will
give him tho chance. Sartorla had one
milerls when he arrived hore from Bio
do Janeiro and by the tlmo he had
changed It into American money aJid had
spnt a little, ho hnd only three, nickels
n show tho Immigration inspectors. 3ar
torls said he had become naturalized, but
could not prove it and wns ordered de
! ported. He said he was planning to walk
I to Seattle, and believed he would make
I It In about 250 days. His case has been
taken up for further inquiry.
A. S. Joiios, proprietor Leo pharma
cy, Chico. Cal.. says: "I havo been,
selling Foloy & Co-'s medicines for
years. Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound I conaider hftH no equal and io
tho ono cougb medicine I can recom
mend to my friends as containing no
narcotics or ofchor harmful properties."
BLAME UNITED STATES
FOR LATEST UPRISING
EL PASO. Tex- Oct. 10. Charges
that tho American departmont of state
Interfered with clectlonr- In Nicaragua
were contained In testimony given before
the KenatorlaJ sub-commltteo now Hit
ting hro hy Angel tJgnrtc, former Hon
dumn minister lo Waslvlngton. and by
Gonei-al .Turan Loets. fonncrly of the
Nicaraguan army, who completed their
They declared that the Dawson treaty
which, they charged. wn- secretly signed,
gavo nnd 11 d advantage to the connorva
llvo party and brought about conditions
that resulted In thn present rovolutlon.
OAKliAN'P, Cal.. Oct. 10. To resist
being taJen lo the detention home. Eliza
beth Thomas, a 11-ycar-old dcllnciuent
child of tilts city, dashed lye todav into
the face of Mrs. TV. B- Kelly, assistant
proba.llon ofllcer. and then blinded liersclf
by throwing anothor cupful Into her own
eve:. Mrs- Kellv will not lose hor sight,
but will bo dlHflgurcd.
KNOX AND FISHER ARE
DUE IN SEATTLE TODAY
SEATTLE. Wash.. Oct 10. A message
received here today from the cruiser
Maryland, which Is bringing Secretary
of State Kno:: and Secretary of tho In
tnrior Inhcr from Honolulu, nays that
vessel will arrlvo at Seattle, tomorrow
morning- Mr. Fisher plans lo leave at
once for Gillfornla where, ho will at
tend the meeting of superintendents of
national parks In Vo.semlte park Octo
HOUSTON AND BULLOCK
ARE GUILTY OF FRAUD
M'ACOMA, Wash.. Oct. 10. Guilty
as charged watt tho verdict of tho .iury
todav in the cases of 0. U. Houston
and "."John IT. Bullock, tried in tho fed
eral court on a chargo of conspira3
to defraud the government on coal
contracts in Alaska. Tho jury was 0ut
nineteen hours. The court ordered tho
defendants to appear .November 0 for
Bandits Socure $3000.
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 10. Bandits who
used au automobile waylaid Thomas
,T. O'Menra. n saloon keepor, today and
" took from him a grip containing $!000
In cash. riiov uoia 011 a crowa oi
pursuors with revolvers and escaped.
The. number of the automobile was ob
tained bv the police. O'Menrn had
drawn the money from n bank to cash
checks of workers near his saloon.
Parni Products lowor.
rVASlIINGTOX, Oct. 10. Karm prices
of tho important crops declined 6.5 per
cent between Seplembnr 1 aud October 1
jigiilnst a decline of 2.5 per cent In the
'tamo period of last year and an avemge
decline of 3.1 per cent during September
of the lut four years.
Aeroplane for Greece.
BI'TL.TN. 1" Oct- 1 r'10 "rl"l(K
of the Balkan states will be uuguieuteI j
l,v an American ucroplnne if Angelo fciter
ritys of thU town can get his machine
fhrouch to Athens safily. The biplane
will leave New York on the n.t steam
il In sailing r Greece and Angolo will
ScoiSunv ii. to offer his to the
Greek army, in which ho formerly wivbI,
Nicaragua "War Ends.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 10. American
Minister Wcltscl reported to the state de
partment today that all organized resist
ance of the Ntcaragiuimi appears to have
ended. Soldlors ar. being paid off and
Unfilled Steol Totin.3g9.
NTSW" YORK, Oct. 10. The unfilled
tonnafo of the Taitcd States Steol cor
poration on Soptotnbor 30 totaled
G5aT,o07 toua, an increase of 3US230
tons over Auguft.
the old days people let these mat tors
run until they needed a largo done of
physic, then they took something se
vere, like cantor oil, salts or cathartics,
that nioant abui-o to tho bowels. Thee
aro t.ho days of tho gentle aud natural
the days of Syrup of Figs. This way
you arc not. drugging yourself. Syrup
of Figs being composed entirely of
luscious figs, senna and aromaiics can
not cause injury.
Ask your' druggist for "Svnip of
Figs and Elixir of Senna." nnd 'look for
tho nanie, California Fig Syrup Com
pany on t-lio label. This is the genuine
old reliable. Any other so-called Fig
Syrup is an imitation often meant to
deceive you. Pfcfusc such with con
totnpt. ( Advertisement.)
BERLIN. Oet. m.-GcrmAny's aerial
fleet suffered a severe loss today by the
total wrecking by explosion of one of its
immense military dirigible balloons and of
lh' hall in whlri it was stationed at Rei
ulckendorf. a suburb of Berlin.
Tho dirigible, which was of the semi
rigid typo with air balloonettes to pre
serve Its shape, invented by Major Cross
of the Prussian army, wu bolnc refilled
with hydrogen gas by soldiers of the fly
ing corps. The cas. which Is highly in
flammable, was being paeacd into tho en
velope from metal cylinders when the
friction of the gas Itself on tho rilling
tube 'auHcd fire to break out. A violent
explosion ensued, cojnpletely destroying
the dirigible and blowing the hall to
Nono of thfi crew was injured.
Wood Visits Forts.
SEATTLE. Wash.. Oct. 10. Ma'jor Gen
eral Leonard Wood, chief of staff, U. S
A., returned today on tho mine-planting
steamer Blngold from an inspection tour
of the Ptigcl round army posts, (hiring
which lie visited Forts I'lagler, Wordon.
Casey and Ward. He will proceed to Ta
coma to Inspect the army supply post
and thon go to the Mount Rainier Na
Young Men Arrested.
H F. Zimmerman, 25 ycara of uge.
T. D. Taylor, 13. and .1. M. Honorvr.
IS, were all ar.ie.stcd on a charge of
violating the firearms ordinance yester
day. Motorcycle Patrolman Husbands
found tho young men at target practice
within the city limits in a back yard at
Ninth East nnd Second South streets.
Their case will come up In the city court
Ar od Fighters
Whothor at Work or Play, Endurance
Cornea from Good Digestion.
Always Assured by Stuart's
Men and women must have quick wit
nnd good grit to stand the day's battles.
A dyspeptic may get away with his work,
but is always at swords points with
those around him. A good stomach and
a good meal well digested puts us In a.
good, Jolly fighting mood, the sort that
mows down work and commands tho
heartv co-operation of our associates. Tho
man at the head of a business who has a.
good stomach has behind him a. good
lighting force against competition and
the daUv ml mi pa that are hound to tako
place. In fact, a well organised b"al
nc3S is llkn our dlgctnTve system.
Stuart's Pvspcpshi Tablets as soon as
taken into the system go right to wprk as
assistants to the stomaeh. rendering it
an Immense amount of help In working
out tho very complex processes of diges
tion, encouraging It In the. porformanc.H
or Its functions, relieving It of a portion
of Its duties, thereby allowing it a tem
porary respite, and also toning up,
strengthening, revitalizing -Its secretory
glands, mucous membranes, absorbing
'landa and muscular walls ln such-a way
that tho stomach soon reco'ers its lost
powers of digestion, motility, assimila
tion anil ultimately does Its work an well
OfJ ever WllllOUl OULOluc awimniice.
These powerful ltttlo tablets contain In
a concentrated form, every element noc
eseary to digest all forms of food, wheth
er meats, vegetables, cereals, egge, fish,
etc., and they act ecpiiUy well ln an acid
or an alkaline medium. If your Htnmach
l ailing, does not digest as quickly or
us thoroughly as It should, and your en
tire svstem In consequence is suffering
from malnutrition and mal-asslmllatlon.
vou owe It to yourself to give the abused
stomach assistance to help It out of its
The solution of your stomach-trouble
problem Is easy. Go to your druggist at
once nnd secure a package, then take one
or two after each meal or as required,
then nolo the difference In the way you
feel. AH druggists sell them. Price 50
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING OF
STOCKHOLDERS OF SALT LAKE
special meollnc: of thn stockholders
of" Salt Lake Tennis club will be held on
Tlmrsdnv, October 31. I'M 2, at 5:30 o'clock
p m. of said dny at. the club house of
said corporation, oil Tenth East street,
between Second and Third South streets.
Salt La leu Cltv. Utah, for the purpose of
ronsidorliig and voting upon a proposition
to amend Article VI I L of the Articles of
Incorporation of said corporation, by in
creasing the capital as now limited in
mid articles from eighty-five hundred
dollarn to eleven thousand dollars, and
bv Increasing the number of shares from
oighty-flvo ?hares to on hundred ten
hare, so that the first clause contained
in said article as and If amended shall
j-cad an follows:
"The limit of cnpltal stock of said
corporation Is herbv fKed In the sum of
cloven thousand dollars, divided Into one
hundred tun shHrcs of the par value of
one hundrd dollars each."
The balance of raid article to remain
and read an heretofore. By order of the
board of directors.
Dated at f-'nlt l ake City, Utah. ;hi
!lh dux of October A. IX, Wi:.
F. M GARNITL'T. Secretary.
I SUCCEStOSS TRIBUNE- AS?T CTyA
REAP TRIBUNE: Qf
SALT LAKE'S ECONOMY CENTER. 'l
Main Between Second and Third South. In the Heart of Salt Lifco. I
jt For Today I
i Lake's Best Values in I
I ill) Women's I
Tailored Suits I
Ifl $17.50 I
2jSrm!jlV,,Sj Wc stand unquestionably as Salt Lake's greatest SUIT HOUSE and I
RlM ;f I when we advertise a value such as this, we always receive a rousing H
UTU&V response, and today, wc will be well prepared for never before have H
we offered such astounding values. There arc in the collection several H
different styles and sizes up to 46. Colors navy, brown, tan, black. H
1 . I H
($15.00 Caracul Coats $9.95 I
I There Can't Be Found Values I
to Equal This Special for Today I
This beautiful new coat is made of an extra quality of lustrous curly caracul, full lcnglh 1 I
I-model. lined willi excellent quality satin. The sizes range from IM- up to 46. I I
( Enormous ExtraSpecial I
! Sale of Waists Today ACkf I I
and Saturday . . . I
Represented in this lot are white lingeries and washable ginghams hi the dark stripe mate-
rials. "Waists ranging in values up to .$1.00 and $.1.25. ,A11 cast into one lot For today's sell-
Sing at 49c. Sizes from to 44. I
$1.25 Beautiful Waist, Today, 75c I
I Never before such a value. There are three different models, aristocratically tailored. The 1 I
material the fine French figured satine sizes from 34 up to 42. I
Interesting Items at Special Low Prices I
j $3.75 all wool sweaters. Colors, navy, tan, Ladies' and children's Heccc j g I
; red and gray. All sizes (fn nr liucd hose, good values IDC
' today at p.iO NEW HAIR SWITCHES
I $1.50 black and colored mercerized pelt i- Xew 30-iueh 3-o.., 3-straiul hair switches -all
I coals, today and Saturday 09 shades. These switches are good values
1 at at. $8.00. Q
I $1.00 washable gingham petticoats, Extra Special tpUm0
special, NEW HANDBAGS
I today at A very fine leather handbag, leather lined,
1 $1.25 house dresses, made of extra heavy silver frame and coin r
I weight percale, dark ' and light colors. purse, special 01,5.
I Sizes from 31 to 46. QQ An extn, lurj;e ,nKib;llri leather lined, and
Today bargain day special tVl. coin purse, fancy silver A 9
All wool dress skirts, values $QC frame. $1.50 value, special ... .01
p to today special ........ .i. A large assortment, real seal handbags,
I Dressing sacques. J ado of the line French cntIlcl. lihc( mK, coin 1nrsc, -
I oitlerdown. large floral designs. Sizes irom frames, at . .4 tO 36
I 34 to 44. Todav and CC r
I S,tnl,.v. spo-hU 65C SALE OF REAL KID GLOVES
Oorscts. modiuin bust loug hi), with six f "'"c ? m"dl! 01 l'"
1 od su sorters tf7 ftfh (rcnoble stock, 2-cIasp, over-seam. Paris
p0.1 " if) 1 UU point back, full range of colors and sizes.
Chll Wi'to."!.' wato. 'tevy wc'ishl. extn, n'V"1 U5 v:'1"c $1 45
strong with taped
,Hltt0; ZDC FLANNELETTE GOWNS .
J adics' hi"h neck and long sleeve and ankle of oxccllcnt material in neat pink or
length fFeecc lined union nJ blue stripe or all wjiite,
suits, extra good quality, for 6DC double yoke, 1.2.o, ,sl.o0 value. . . . iJDC
! Children's medium weight fleece lined union AVIATION CAPS
i suits in ,Trnv aiitl i-ream. Sizes 3 to 1 1 Hand knit aviation caps, made of heavy
r mrmK25c to 35c xt".::11:':: 65c
The Denver &. Rio Grande
Elective May 19. 1212.
Provo. MantS. ilatysvaU :00 a. m.
Mldvala nd Bingham 7:15 a. ro.
Drr.vcr, Chlcas and Eis:.... E:35 a- m.
Park Cl'.y S::o a. m.
Ocilen and intermediate points. 10:25 . m.
Ouden. Sun Franctsoo. Portland 12;40 p. m.
Ocden. San Francisco. Portland 2:4j p. m.
Mldvl and Blnpl?im 2: p. m.
Denver, Chicago und Bast .... 6:20 p. m.
Provo. Sprlngvllle. Tlntlc 4:50 p. m.
Dcnvir. Chlcawo and Kast :?Q p
Ocden. Portland And Eeattl ..11:10p.m.
. ARRIVE DAILY.
Ofiden. San Francisco, Lot
Angeles 5;10 a. rn
Tlntlc Sprlngvtlle. provo 10:20 a. m.
Bingham and Mldvale 10:30 a. m.
Denver. Chicago snd East. . . .13:25 ,i. m.
Ocdon and intermediate polnu 2:10 t. m
Denver. Chlcaco and Eaat 2:30 p. m.
Oxdcn. San Francisco and West -l:5j p. m.
Park City and intermedial
points v. 3:00 p. m.
Bingham and Mldvale 6:30 p. m.
provo. Mint!. Marysvalu ...... 6:J0 p. ro.
Ocden. San Fran.lsco Portland GEO p.m.
Dovr, Chicago and East .. lO:Co p. m.
) Phone. Wasatch 2525-
1 Salt Lake Engineering Works I
General Foundry and Machine Work I
Having greatly increased the capacity and efficiency of our j I
plant, by the recent installation of additional modern ma-
chinery, we earnestly solicit the continued patronage of our S I
many customers and friends. S I
S ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED AND IN THE I
BEST STYLE OP WORKMANSHIP.
Ore and Rock Crushing Machinery, General Mine and Smel- EE I
S ter Work a Specialty. S I
S MAIN OFFICE AND WORKS, I
S Fourth South and Sixth West Streets.
I THE TRIBUKE Gives Your Wants the LARGEST CIRCULATION I