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Bj ' 4 . rHE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1912.
(RESCUED AFTER 15
HOURS IN THE WATEI)
Two Luckless Aviators Fall
Into Delaware Bay; Saved
by Oyster. Boat.
PlTILADELiPHIA, Oct. 12. Aviator
Marshall B. Reid and Henry C. Mustin,
a lieutenant commander in the uavy,
wero found today in Delaware bay after
Hinging for more than fifteen hours to
the wreck of the hydroaeroplane in
Tvhich they started yesterday to fly from
Capo May to this city.
The engines of their machine explod
ed while it was flvinp nt the rate of
forty miles an hour over the bay and
both men and airship plunged like a
shot into the water.
An oyster boat picked up tho men
tv!io finally had moved to a buoy, and
tho wreckage, which had been kept
a float by its pontoons.
"When wo wero about twelve miles
Im irom Capo Ainj-, flying about loO teat
D in the air and making forty miles an
hour, the engine behind us exploded,"
paid R-eid, describing his thrilling es-
K cape from death.
K ''Tho four cylinders blow out togeth-
H er. The aeroplane caught (ire and we
m dropped like a plummet. .Right down
1 into Delaware hay wo went, but the
fl flames were extinguished by the waves.
Km "The pontoons kept us afloat, and wo
Bj drifted around in the bay for fifteen
M hours and forty minutes. Then we
H bumped into a stako driven into the
H bottom of the bay to indicate the posi-
H lion of an oyster bed, and we made fast
H to it and waited for daybreak. We
H wre picked up and landed by an oyster
H patrol boat, which alto took the wrecked
machine ashore. Both Mustin and I
H escaped without a scratch.
H "The onh" explanation 7 can give for
H tho accident is that tho gasoline used
R was of too high quality. Tho pontoons
saved our lives and proves that the hy-
H droaeroplanes am much safer than tno
H ordinary flving machines. If that acci-
D dent had happened over land there is
I DISCOMFORT AFTER MEALS
Feeling oppressed with a sensation of
Miffincss and rinding the food both to
distend nnd painfully nans like n heavy
weight at tho pit of the stomach are
symptoms of -Indigestion. With these the
sufferers will often have Constipation. In
wnrd Piles, Fullness of tho Blood In the
Head. Acidity of tho Stomach, Xausea,
Heartburn. Headache. Disgust of Food,
Gnscous Eructations. Sinking or Flutter
ing of the Heart, Choking or Suffocating
Sensations when in a lylnp: posture. Dizzi
ness on rising suddenly. .Dots or Webs
before the sight, Fever and Dull Pain In
the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration. Yel
lowness of the Skin and Eves. Pain in tho
Side. Chest, Limbs and Sudden Flushes
of Heat A few doses of
will tree the system of all the abovo
named disorders. Purely Vegetable.
25 cent3 a box at druggists, or by mall.
RADWAY &. CO., 45 Lafayette St., N. Y.
Be Sure to Get "Rndway's."
Very Sore Leg for Some Twenty
Years, Obliged to Lie in Bed,.
In Spots Raw as Beef. Cuticura
I Soap and Ointment Cured,
1766 West 40th Ave., Denver, Colo.
"I had a very soro leg. It troubled mo for
Borne twenty years and finally broke out to
-g2z7 a running sore -with much
jlrJfjjjK fever and teniblo Itching and
burning. It burned and
K -S?J Itched so badly I could not
J rest, day or night and was
J obliged to Uo In bed. Tho
-Vl sores wero In spots just as
A raw M a plcce of beef- uscd
I "$1 medicine yet It wouldn't heal.
.r Seeing tho advertisement for
Cuticura Soap and Ointment I Immediately
wrote for some. Tho Immediate cure was
more remarkable than I can describe. I was
completely cured." (Signed) Mrs. Curry
Brown, April 11, 1012.
I DANDRUFF AND FALLING HAIR
Cured by Cuticura Soap and Ointment.
3821 Hoover St.. Los Angeles. Cak
"After using Cuticura Soap and Ointment
for two months for a very bad caso of dan
druff and falling hair I was entirely cured.
My hair came out gradually. As a last re
aort I tried Cuticura Soap and Olutment.
Now hair seemed to como In almost Imme
diately. Now my hair Is thick, glossy and
luxurious." (Signed) Mrs. O. M. Saner.
Mar. 18. 1012.
Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment aro
old throughout the world. Liberal sample of
each mailed free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Ad
dress post-card "Cuticura, Dept.T. Boston."
lrTcnder-faccd men should use Cuticura
Boap Shaving Stick. 25c. Sample frco.
IM A Savings
H When you deposit money
Bfl regularly in the Savings De
partmcnt of this compauy
RJB yoa are building a fund that
will later on ho of inestiina
ble value to you as a protec
I H tion aeainst adversities and
M 38 an assistance in attaining
H business or financial success.
H E ' Wo vito deposits of SI. 00
11 mbH or Tnore
11 bbbH '
H bbW SALT LAKE SECUEITY &
HQ TRUST CO,, j
j Hi 32 Mahl 3t-
1 EASILY CURED
For the uulck cure of eczema, acne, and
all sltln diseases, nothing; equals Poslam.
Even its overnight use- Is sufficient to
Itching stops with first application.
Irritation is mibducd.
Burning skin soothed and comforted.
Inflamed skin quickly cleared,
lt healing process Is rapid, Improve
ment being noted day by day until the
skin rcsumcn normal color and condition.
Saltrheum, barbers' and all forniB of Itch,
rashes, pimples, etc.. are quickly eradi
cated. POSLAM SOAP keeps the skin secure
against infection and disease. Improves
Its color and texture, soothes tender
skin, makes coniploxlans clear, hands
soft. Tho best shampoo for dandruff.
Schramm-Johnfion, Drugs, and all
druggists cell Poslam (price, 50 cents)
and Poslam Soap (price. 25 cents). For
free samples, write to the Emergency
Laboratories. 32 West 25th Strcot, New
York City. (Advertisement.)
nothing In tho vrorld that -would have
SAN FRANCISCO FIRE
RATES ARE REDUCED
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 12. Fire Insur
ance rates prevalent here In 1905, the
year before the big lire, are to be re
stored, theroby effecting a deduction from
the present rates of more than 25 per
For several months Mayor .Lames Rolph,
Jr., has been negotiating with the local
board of underwriters to reduce tho
rate?, and a compromlso committee was
chosen to adjudicate the matter, The
committee decided today in favor of the
As a result of Its ruling. San Francisco,
It Is estimated, will pay a million dollars
less In Insurance next year. In addition
I upward of 5400,000 to be paid back to
policy holders by the Insurance- companies
In return premiums.
Muyor Rolph contended that San Fran
cisco for five years had been ono of the
richest Insurance fields In tho world, that
premiums paid since the earthquake and
fire of 190G were $30,000,000 and that tho
losses were only ?fi, 000,000.
WARSHIP FLEET NOW
NEW YORK, Oct. 12. Tho great fleet
of American battleships which President
Taft and Secretary Meyer will review
next week In this harbor is now prac
tically complete. The mobilization was
accomplished today with the arrival of
tho last of the battleships, the South
Carolina, nineteen torpedo boat destroyers
and a number of submarine craft.
There aro now 125 naval craft here.
They stretch In the Hudson river from
Twenty-third street to Spuyten Duyvil.
Tonight tho ships will be outlined in in
candescent lights, and Grant's tomb, tho
soldiers' and sailors' monument and Riv
erside drive, all overlooking tho Hudson,
Will bo similarly Illuminated.
Some 5500 bluejackets and marines will
parade today alonjc upper Broadway and
lower Fifth avenue. In the evening 600
officers will bo guests at a ball at tho
SEARCH FOR FOUNDLING
NOW HEIR TO ESTATE
PUEBLO. Oct. 12. Sister Agnes Je
rome, from the New York foundling aBy
him, is Investigating tho killing here
almost two years ago of Frank McQulI
len, a cowboy, who was called from hlB
room In a local hotel and shot to death.
She believes that he may have been the
missing heir to a large English estate.
The missing heir was left at the New
York foundling avium more than twenty
years ago. After being adopted by a
Colorado- mining man, all trace of tho
child was lost. Recently word came that
the foundling was heir to a fortune
through the death of a relative In Eng
land, and the siBters connected with the
institution began a search for him.
Sister Agnes came here several days
ago with a number of children who are
to be adopted by Colorado people.
PROMISE TO OBSERVE
WASHINGTON, Oct. 12. The de
partment of .iusticc has abandoned any
intention of taking action at this time
on charges that tho American Press as
sociation and the "Western Newspapor
union have violated the agreed decree,
recently entered at Chicago by Judge
Landis, restraining these corporations
from indulging in unfair competitive
methods. Tho allegations of violations
preferred by each company against tho
other have been withdrawn, and it is
said each has announced its intention
of observing tho decree.
COAL COMPANY IN
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 12. The Bolen
Darnell Coal company, -a million dollar
corporation, was placed In the hands of
receivers todny in a suit brought in the
federal court at Muskogee. Okla., by at
torneys representing several creditors, W.
E. Beaty. a coal operator of Oklahoma,
and L. S. Mohr. president of a milling
company of KansaH City, were appointed
The liabilities of the corporation are
$260,000 and the assets are more than
half a million.
Alfalfa Solves Problem.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 12. Secretary
Wilson expressed belief todav that the
agricultural problem in the arid lands of
the west had been solved by the alfalfa
brought from Siberia.
"Draw a line from the northern boun
dary of North Dakota down to the Gulf
of Mexico," paid Mr, Wilson today. "That
Is arid land. Up In Siberia they are
growing alfalfa and that hardy product
we win put into tho arid section. It will
be tho salvation of the arid country."
"When tho chest feels on fire and tho
throat burns, you havo indigestion and
you need Jlcrbiue to get rid of tho
disagreeable feeling. It drives out bad
ly digested food, strengthens the stom
ach aud purifies tho bowels. Price, 50c.
Sold by Schramm-Johnson, Drugs, five
Rood stores. (Advertisement)
AMOY, Oct. 12. The army of over
10,000 mutinous troops commanded bv
General Pung has been overawed by the
arrival of a force of 5000 government
j troops from Nanking,
j General Pung, who had threatened to
sacrifice European lives at Foochow un
! less his demands for a large sura of
; money were acceded to by the authori
ties, has deserted his men and has
reached here on the way to Hongkong
Mrs. A. B. Tabor of Cridcr. ifo., bad
beeu troubled with sick headache for
?Vi0 'vc.arc? sle began taking
Chamber am 'a Tablets. She has taken
twp bottlos of them and they have
cured her. Sick headache is caused bv
a disordered stomach for which those
tahlrts an.' espeeiallv intended. Trv
(1 cf v.ell and st:i well. Sold bv
all deal"-s (Adertiseniont)
values Monday and week, g I Hf M! 1 collars, jabots and -stocks the very 1
special L L F M jS M choicest and most elegant designs choose I i
Another splendid line, finished in gun KttKtBlmJKSSl withbut exception Monday and week at I if
iSdwai 93c mmjf f,ittfl4 HHAtF PRICES I
EVENING AND PASTY STREET AND AFTERNOON "
I A tremendous special purchase bought for a great opening sale for our new department for dresses Here !
I it is, and the department ten days from being ready the merchandise must be disposed of as we have no I U
I place to display it We've just opened it, checked the invoices and marked the dresses at invoice prices, so J
I they will go at once Our misfortune again means a profit to you and these are dresses such as you would 1 1
1 travel far to see. If
I The evening dresses comprise all the dainty fabrics and shades and The street and afternoon dresses include everything that's right on the I 1 1
are designed after the world's most exclusive models the workmanship is streets of Gotham-every wanted fabric, including serges, whip cords diag- , ,
I t . onals, wide wale corduroys, eponges, messalines, charmeuse and taffetas I f
superb you 11 find chiffons, embroidered chiffons, crepe de meteors, char- every Iesirabie shade the very choicest ideas in trimmings. The new Pan- f j
meuse nets, embroidered nets, etc. And every dress designed to sell at nierS) Robespierre collars, etc all just as the most up-to-date dressmakers I '
practically double the price we are asking. are turning them out. :
HERE ME A FEW OF THE MMm, TIE SiEST ME EQUALLY I1TEREST11G :
I $10.00 dresses $4.95 $24.00 dresses $12.00 $40.00 dresses $20.00
$15.00 dresses $7.50 $30.00 dresses $15.00 $48.00 dresses $24.00 )l
$19.00 dresses $9.50 $29.00 dresses $14.50 $50.00 dresses $25.00
$20.00 dresses $10.00 $33.00 dresses $16.50 And others just as attractive. ( jj
Ourrall, 1912, shoring embraces all 1 jjj
A collection of our finest silks silks that sell regu- I " sonab1
I purchased for this season silks that represent the very fj MS EB Kb (l J 1 11 H "li tf.ig I '; $
1 newest and finest in patterns and colorings hero are yg 0 & Jp JI I Taairt wwlj lJO 8
I a few of the numbers you'll select from at a dollar fflmaO yW)fm 1 '
I a yard F0r ono Week only, you can choose at a dollar a yard, your dress, F ftwf4i,7a I - v
I suit, skirt or separate waist or a dress for the little girl in regular lli dbiBW Mti IrtM&S I ' '
I 36-inch black and colored messalines. $1.25 and $1.50 qualities. ; -QBe crtB Wmhl IIP8 1
36-inch black and colored taffetas. All the light, medium and heavy materials pure wool, every I wjlvwitaib FOB ZzZffljSffl I
I oo T ui x rj? j. thread. All tho newest patterns and shades and staple colorings. ! m jP I
36-inch Changeable taffetas. Such fabrics as 42 to 46 storm and French sergcs-50 inch broadcloths ElYM mQM&TS I i
I 32-inch natural imported pongees. 44 inch Venetian crepe 50 inch diagonals 42 to 44 inch wool J 2 .
j 36-inch black .heavy Duchess Satin. taffeta mohair, panamas, batistes, crashes, epiuglcs, whip cords, hen- A sixteeu-button glace French kid stock ovorseam
36-inch black peail de SOi. unites, etc.in browns, blacks, greens, reds, grays, creams,
I 24-inch colored crepes. e-Eemember-its's a week only that you may choose from this $375 valueMou(lay nnd 2"5 "
E -i 1 t. De Luse edition of dress fabrics at Tuesday only. . rww (.
1 24-iiich oolored crepe de meteors. A sitee-button glace kid in black and white full ; f
I 27-inch stripe and fancy messalines. tffc cfl Mk k W line of sizes regular $3.50 ?ik JF 9E i id
I 27-inoh chiffon messaline taffeta. P A mUII A TAitP l..l....
Interesting News From the Domestic Aisle Laee CUKTAiPi PISICES 1
I ?150 comforts, silkoline covering, 25c kimono velours, big range of -.-,-- :fl
SSS.!....90c tyzrj0 TAKE, A TUMBLE 1
Q $2.50 comforts, extra size, either best hnro-ain at vnrrl 8 I A thousand pairs in this great Laco Curtain sale. Purchased from an overstocked 1 'El
1 mIVaIitio aotoon omror tli-fl fa ff , utu.0iu, a.u , manufacturor of Philadelphia at a fractional part of their worth. They include every MM
I biuiouue 01 aateen oover- n .y 15,, 0utmg flannel, one of the best good, not now in vogue. Exquisite new attractive patterns in 2Vs to 4 yard lengths Mm
I ing, best batting, each. . Uw - light or dark stripes "3 S all at prices unlicad of in Salt Lake's Curtain selling. Just a few of them mentioned mm
I $4.50 blankets, gray or white, 11-4 and check. ard JH -20 her6" 75c lace curtains, white or ecru, at, the pair 37c I 11
size Perfecfc Gnnan (frtt 80c bleached sheets, full bed size, ex- $1.50 lace curtains, white or ecru, at, the pair 69c ill
1 wool finish, the pair . . .ip&pftf tra good sheeting, pp I $1.65 lace curtains, white or ecru, at, the pair 79c I IJ
1 Genuine Amoskeag apron gingham, Monday $2,25 Bungalow curtains, ecru, red or green, at, tho pair. . .$1.19 11
10c "vafd 60 91-10 bleached hemstitched sheets, g.50 lace curtains, white or ecru, at, the pair $1.39 H
I 1UC j80- w Rivqninp! qiP liAflvrr s-ex ' 2,75 laCB curtains, white or ecru, at, the yair $1.39 MM
20c serpentine crepe, "the genuine" oxxau-mcn size, neavy y ; $3.00 lace curtains, white or ecru, at, the pair $1.75 JJ
I in every style and color, the Pa- sneetmg, eacn i curtainS white or ecrU) atj the pair $li90 ;f!
cific Mills fl 1 9o i212c flannelettes, in every good ! $4.00 lace curtains, white or ecru, at, the pair $2.19 At
I make, yard H B style and color, 4 a ! $4.50 lace curtains, white or ecru, at, the pair $2.50 'M
I 25c extension sash rods, 20 to 36- yard 0 ; $5.00 lace curtains, white or ecnx, at, the pair $2.90 'I
I inch extension, each, 1ft a 25c es5 Soods, 32 in. wide, includ- j $6.00 lace curtains, white or ecru, at, the pair $3.35 S
I Monday and Tuesday HUG ing plain serges, Scotch plaids and $6,50 lace curtains, white or ecru, at, the pair $3.90
I 15c pillow cases, 42x36- A shepherd checks, Mon- I $7.50 lace curtains, white or ecru, at, the pair $4.25 I !
I inch size, each ... &h day, yard BfO All higher priced curtains reduced proportionately. . 1