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. THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30, 1912.
OFFICE 2562 WASHINGTON AVENUE. PHONE 66-L
-sl Office Hours 6 a. tn. to 10:30 a. m.; 3 p. m. to 8 p. a
J I WE8EB COUNTY
iblicans Estimate That
ley Added 1000 Names
B f Yesterday.
5 to The Tribune.
Mill MSN". Oct. 20. More than. 1000 Is
Vil (5 illmntc ulaccrj by Secretary A. V.
'wjl i of the campaign committee upon
famlicr of ttenubl'lcnn voters who
ffHregistc'Td throughout Wcbcr couu
AK'ny The IU publican cnnvn.es was
iHL"n.to and the workcra so well or
ifH llmt fullv four-fifths of (he nn
WHrcd voters of the parly 're lined
Btl,s l he Prst of the last two re
fBii Jay-" Tomorrow tho workers
fmijvc onlv '00 to "00 delinquent
- iJ-'ij! round up for registration, and
5M(hir(Jjiv ovonln-. according (o Scc
'Lnrs'iii, tliLn? will be very few Ro
irrilBiins In the county not entitled to
ILL Kofi" week rwm totlav.
II lime was less activity in Democratic
LI UK. but C'lialrniim S. S. .Smllb and
VslFt.inls were quite as successful
'B Kcptihlicanp In proportion to the
IIImMt number of unregistered voters.
I Bin- t0 Ir Smith's estimate, mero
V ) unregistered Democrats In Wc
I U Hfintv up to today, and npproxlmato
fctlilrds of this number had been
Koti the polling lists when (he res-
an stations were closed this cven
Clinirnian Smith anticipates that
rjn. in vcllnsr strength of t hi: Onmo
'o 'lliwrt in Weber county Will be
rcd by tomorrow nlghl.
mi i. j-pe preliminary arrangements for
ucl at registration, the day brought no
il aetivily at Progressive hcad
n(r. is. The Bull Mooscrs maintained
U1 jiisliiiil position to the effect, that
hlrlcs would be placed in servh-e
dst ration purposes ntbrr than for
voters who were physlially unable
rau k tn the station?. Chairman John
Jia tl- cporlcd few requests for the use
. ee vehicle.":,
hii a t
e f 1 GOOD SHOWING MADE.
l li; (Now Ready to Take Up $15,000 of
f . Its School Bonds.
leli. M I to Tin? Tribune
IE.N, Oct. 29. At the next regular
in of the board of education on
ticks ioer 6. bids will be received for the
is Tr worth uf 15 per cent refunding
reus to be Issued on December 1 of this
i(tk 'The Issuance of tliese bonds will
nlii: .lie first redemption of achool bonds
oardi history of Ofjden city,
ma: original Issue, amounting to 535,000,
.rffcp lade on December 1, JS!)2. By rc-
nrf r J20.000 worth this year the board
t ot) B redeeming 515,000 worth. This is
ci poHBiblc by the sinking; fund, estab-
litk iby the board five years ago. On
Hi Jtln ll,e board received 1 per cent
m. it and paid u per cent on the ."5,
mils. When it is considered that
of W ' city has one of the best lilgh
ir j systems In the country and thut
1np et of maintenance Is high, the abll-
dtrfr redeem ?15.000 worth of bonds In
-.ttist ears Is raid by prominent citizens
law' n creditable showing,
jsifc bonded Indcbicdneas of the Ogdcn
acfs (hool district is at present 5210,000,
( HI be reduced to Jl'jn.OOO after De-
i ID P fi
hthfc J8AD MAN IS PROBLEM.
tf&f 7, ,
.at i ('Johnson, Colored, Considered Men-
nii J ace to Public at Ogden.
I I lo The Tribune.
)L P EN', Oct. 20 After two unsuccess-
iriU& lempts to rid tho city of JIarry
of I m, the colored "bud man'' taken
osiP fleers George Wardlaw and O. 12-
njli on yesterday after a hard chase,
nff.5 lice arc determined to land .lohn-
tlcsl!' lore he v.-lll not be a menace lo the
jnlty Arrangements arc now being
uriOf to secure a complaint in which the
5 0l rill be charged with pandering. It
mi& lerstood that I5va Parsons, John-
Tdlift lyhltc consort, Is willing to testify
c "egi-o hns forced her into a life
tb "if an,l taken her earnings.
. cf P u'nlsf arrest yesterday Johnson has
1S j Ajthat he would have "fixed" Of-
Wardlaw and Swanson had Ihev
1 ft Me upon him before he could reach
rut f1' He Is being closely watched at
leaf Ly Ja" t0 Prevent his making an-
,n jd" break- for liberty.
. I BIG HEATING PLANT.
, V-New Boilers Are Purchased for
t cr. Unlon Station at Ogden.
" jS '-to The Tribune.
Jtff 0ct- E'J Two Rollers of 150
r f! wer eapr.clty and capable of with
'5 'P.,160 Pounds of steam pressure
Dale' LVle ctlu'Pr"ent for the new heat
it ft i nr' ,,mer course of construc--
tfi i.t u"lon pnHsengcr station. Ee
, H Ji.tne faet tliat the plant will not
- lpletfl1 l,nin to in the winter, a
fW beating ciulpmcni Is being ln-
tffl LPenuanont lant will be located
rklV L' !c .tat1' bulldinp across the
DA' ffv ti;;lcIs' T-hc foundation Is now
1!n.cl ff the stack, sclf-snpport-
-Istt' fi.:ullef!,vc fecl in diameter and 100
frn'i Vllca eomplcted the plant
W Lm8'1 .sl9ain f0- heating the sub-
'iiwW.1 SjJ"dn 0llu'g and any cars parked
lie?5 i ' 5"
'rBLAKE RES0RT FAVORED. i
,riKltory Polnt 18 Place Sc'cctcdf win!
ICCR Try to Surpass Saltalr.
f"t0 The Tribune.
AoifV "9--TI,at a lake resort,
.iSK' u.?.?1!""'?'1111' Lhc Saltalr In
'Vtwonti . ? I)Ullt aL Promontory
4Kfcn l'3 WcsL "f Ogden. is the
nffh u71irb',a P'l'ient Southern
MiSnrnn1 !f ll,u' Wnrrhnan Interests
JKZ ,Jl.ricV0" , port of
flAatl?m V1' J, 1,u" JuHL eoinplcted his
" of ,U,e conditions.
MfJ th." 1S .. f01'mer '-'"I't-or-way
WflWfrnn. l!?0lll,em Pacific, but has
W&l?itn V? fie,)',cc- Following the
WM'wLs J ".f0,r ,lhe Proposed re-sort.
ffljB3lt titled by the Wcbcr club
more thiiii two years ago. Mr. Wilson was
delegated -to Invest Igatc the matter for
the rai road company. He left the cltv
ntnY,iy.s "so umI( -'lecording to a local
(rfirlal, his report will be one favorable
J. cslbllshmont uf the resort.
The railroad reTm-seniatlve did not
communicate with iuiy of the local parties
interested In the proposition for the rea
son that he- preferred t.. be Influenced
only by tin; physical conditions which
exist at the Promontory .Point. slto. While,
he did not go Into detail regarding his
findings, ihc local official with whom he
talked was civen lo understand that tho
conditions fnvorinsr the project had not
LOCKED IN BOX CAR.
O. S. L. Fireman Attacked, Robbed and
Imprisoned for an Hour.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDK.V. Oct. 20. James McNeil, flro
mjin on mi Oregon Short Line freight
train, was robbed, beuten and locked In
a box car tonight In the west yards or
the Southern Pacific railroad, according
to a report given the police by Karl Uum
son. watchman. .AJeNVll, the watchman
said, wa.s attacked bv four men.
Lamson rep.irte ihat the holdup oc
curred about 'J:::o o'clock and that the
train was delayed an hour before it left
the yards because It required that length
of time to find Me.Veil. When ho was re
leased rrom the car he was able to make'
Eaglos Give Minstrel Show.
Spr- lal 10 Tin: Tributs.-.
OOmiX. On. in.-Tlic (lrl annual mltiMrcl
hllO' if U5.I011 acric Ni. ll!. JVnlr.riMl Orilcr ot
K.ikii, YA liri.i , lUo Orphrnm theater to
nlslu. Mfiy x-ili iVo Unslpa. who c.nu! on
a ir-lnl tialn. were prcf.!nt. Tho perform- I
nco will ho rcpe.ilfrl tomorrow nlpht.
Spry in Wchcr County.
Speclnl (o The Tjlhlinr.
OGRKN-j Orl. :?.-C5r.vernor William Spry rM
nln first mmpnlsn vIkIi of Hits fall to Wcbcr
comity tonlslit. Hn n.Mre.feil larso aiitlioncea
l IMsii Hiinlavlllr. Iotal catirlliUtcs aloo
Suit on a Contract.
SprMM to Tlin Trlhnnr.
OflPRN'. rt. :.. The Ocilon Sewer Pipe fr. C'I.it
oomiNinj- nted r romplaliil In tho ilUlrlet court
toilny acalnyt A. A. Clnrlc. icprenenllliB lhc city
or rrli-e. 1,'tali. to ireover JC2l:M3 on a vutilracl
to fiirnlHh cner plu for 3 elly sower Kyttm
Thr contract wan mloreil into UM March ii, 1D12
ami was originally for J"..on.
LiccnEccl to Wed.
Special to The Tribune.
OnnnN'. Oct 39. Mnrrlnsr licenses -rcro srint--d
today lo rtoheil McQueen of G.iIowav. utalt
and Kllsabrth Thomgoi) of rcterwon. Utah: Orson
Waldram of ncxhnr?. M;i.. ami Mr. Jlary J.
Willis of Warren: .looph fv. Obrnr of raradlsn'
Utnli. and Miss Eva M. lluUc of Ilynim.
Progressives to Rally.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDnN. Oct. iS.-Thc r.-osresslvcs Iiav ar
ranged lo hold their bhjgCJlt meeting of the Wc
bcr county campaign In this eltv next Sotnrdav
nlshl. They liav jfrured tho Osdoa theAler
and Judgo Gcorso W. .Moycr will be tho prlnclpi
Will N"ot Go to War.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDK.V, Oct. IS. Palling lo dlsposo of th"lr
extensive but biers Inlorcsif. Peter and GeorRtr
Boodroohor, Grcnl: inerchnntc at 135 Twenty-fifth
street, have nbandoncd their Intention of returning
to their native land to fight tho Turks. In ad
dlllon lo the groccrr store In this city, they
own two ranches and other property. They were
unable to dlsporo of thlp property except at crat
financial lots. Alt r their relatives have At
parted for Greece.
Want Nuisance Abated.
SnerlaJ to The Tribune.
OGDH.V. Oct. 2!.-Tho rltv rommlsjloncn hiv
been slvcn-Uielr first sntoko imlsancc of tho jca
non to deal with as thn result of n complaint
filed by the tenants of tho Lewis block at 2M0
Washington avenue. The Blencrs of lhc profit
declare that the denre rloudo of smoke from thi
chlmiieya of tho Arlington lmtol and Plngree Xa
ilonal haul; building make their life a veritable
Pltteburg existence. The matter hac been re
ferred to CommlFslonor T S. Urownlng. superin
tendent of public safely.
To Better Service.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN', Ocl. 29. -November 1 will mark a gon
cral revision In tho system ot mall collections
r.nd deliveries In this city, according to Post
tnaatcr L. W. Shurllirr. He baa received infor
mation that the thrco general routes of the city
have beon roadjuiitod. Under tho new system th"
business district will havo revon collectlonn of
moll dully, except Sundays, Thero will bf four
dally deliveries of mall In the bualness district,
two deliveries In the cloe-ln residence district
and 0110 In the outlying dlntrlcls.
Beet Digging to Begin.
Special to The Tilbunc.
OGDKN". Oct. 2D. Job Plngree. field superinten
dent of the Amalgainatnd Sugar company, has Is
mcd a uollco to the farmcra of Weber couniT
to resume active operations on heel digging eln
foon an tho weather will permit. In ordor to pre
vent poxulblc lofn by reason of freezing. II
behoves thai cold weather will follow the present
storm period and a frost which would ocl tho
surface of the ground would freeze lhc beets rc
iiulnini; in U" ground.
Station Does Good Work,
Special to The Tribune.
OGDCN. Oct. 20 After n successful neanon nf
Investigation Into tho culture of sugar beets, tho
government experimental r.tatlon. ostabllnhcd In
thin city by the division of nigar plant Investi
gations of the dcpailmont ot agriculture, will hn
cloied 011 October .11 for the year. During tho
xexson thn station has hern In charge of Harry
I). Shaw. aiMlntanl pathologist, and J. II I:.
Adams, his assistant. Both w) lelurn to Wash
ington. D. C, for the. winter.
Wife Seeking Divorce.
Special to The Tribune.
. OGDK.V. Oct. 23. In a complaint filed In th
1 district court loduy. Olive Taylor ha.t brought
cult for dlvoreo from Alfred Taylor, who la
charged with dencrtloii and fallurr to provide.
The parlies were married at Baker City, Or., April
20. K'OO, Mrt. Taylor ulnn petition for the right
to ireiimc her mulden name, Olive naudolph.
Charge Is Losscnctl.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDi:N-. Oct. 25. DlMrlct Attorney i;. T Hu
laultkl filed an nnicndcd complaint today In
which the alleged offenhc of T. M. Well Is dra
Ignated an otitalnlng money by fraud. Instead
of the original chnrxo of forgery, It r. under
nlood that Wells will plead guilty to tho new
rharge. when arraigned In tho district court on
Friday. He In alleged to have paused a boguo
check on which ho obtained 15. DO.
Wife Granted Decree,
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDi:N. Ocl. 2D. In the d'lalrlct court today
Judge .1. A Huwell giantcd H Interlocutory de
cree of divorce to Mnrgarctu LohcIi In her suit
.iKalnnt August Loscli. The wife obtained Ihc de
cree on tho crouiid:i that her husband wnn cmol
and Inhuman, often rtrllkJig her Willi his clenched
flfltB and ordorlug her Iioiu the house. They
I jtBUT wot lira Ja w Js
fEhmtf? reiCatl be curcd unless ifc be of a MiaHgnant cancerous nature.
Lmir ?kv cau be cured hy the application of salves or other ex
odurVTD , lolLljmyt ct to the origin and cause before you
flWrfein orraJivc cfffecl?- Ba(i blood is responsible for old sores and the
3ftion A Vle r? 3S a tboroug purification and upbuilding of the
il Sto thV ,3" io4uS;as impurities are left iu the blood they will be depos
it uc nicer to keep up the inflammation and irritation and nature
I I V' tit ?an ?lakc no Prorcss toward healing the place. Noth
J&m G$it 15. so sure to produce a cure or old sores as S. S, S.
335B rhl3 9 nature's perfect blood remedy, composed of the
f 'M? C niofyiea1ing and at the same time the most penetntting
K,jUgwlrg f.nd blood-purifying properties. It removes every par
WWIBMir "cjeof morbid matter from the circulation and assists
SiWitBl J1.atti,;c to increase the healthful, nutritious corpuscles of
H'wVaunfailit," ' S--S-makes pure blood and pure blood
VJicaladv CUrcforo1d sorcs- Book on Sorcaanrl Ulcers ancL
jjpfl aaviccfrcc- THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CGt ATLANTA, GA. r
New Home of the Auerbach Company
1 One of Most Magnificent In West
VIEW OF MAMMOTH ESTABLISHMENT.
. r .. ' . . . rr:Mm utlw-t'
Big Store Will Throw Open
Doors lo the Public
THE Aucrbach company will open
wide the doors of its liiacnifi
cent ucw department store,
northeast corner of Stale and
Broadway, tomorrow afternoon at
o'clock. A programme rife witli spe
cial features, including a musical con
cert, will characterize the formal grand
opening, which will last throughout, tho
afternoon and evening. A general in
vitation has been extended to the pub
lic, and the indications are that record-breaking
throngs will visit the now
store during the day.
That, a remarkable surprise awaits
the public is beyond question. A literal
transformation of what was formerly
the Knutsford hotel building has beon
wrought. In place of the famous old
hostelry now stands a superb depart
ment store, in all its modern complete
ness and attraction one of the finest
to be found in the great west, and one
that is suro to stand as a monument,
marking a new period of business
growth and expansion for Salt Lake.
Foundation Laid in 1864.
When Samuel U. Auerbach, president
of the compairy. and Mm lalo ' Auer
bach, his brother, came hero from Cali-
f,ori.liaJ,.,n parlv (la's and established
their first store on Main street, itist
below First South, jn JS(M. they laid
the foundation for a business (hat has
carried their names throughout a wide
territory and brought recognition well
From a comparatively small store,
these men, who worked patient.lv he
hind the counters and conducted the
business in its entirety with their own
hands, saw it grow successfully. They
watched their determined efforts brin"
results, until the extent of their busi
ness and (he ropu(c it gained demanded
enlarged facilities. Then a larger snore,
one of tho leading dry goods concerns
of the city, developing gradually into
a department store, was established at
lt'l:15-l South Main street, where its
business continuously grow and flour
ished, until u still greater enterprise
was warranted. Death claimed F.
Auerbach before that enterprise was
realized, but Samuel II. Auerbach and
his sons have unfalteringly carried out
the plan, with tho same business fac
ulty and faith in lhc city's futiiro that
have branded them today as leading
business men of Hie city.'
The plan to erect a modem now
building, to be used as an up-to-date
were married In Ogdou on September 16. 1?0S.
Mrs. LnftRh waa granted llio custody of three
To Make Annual Custom.
iSpfelal to Tho Tribune..
OGDG.V. Oct. 2S. In an effort to make tho
Ogden plan of presenting flaga to tho Jichools on
lrlug day a national obiiorv-aiicn on tho purl of
the G, A, It., Col. John V. Ntlhon. tcpronenllng
Dli-I.ogau post of this, city, I1.15 ncnt an outllno
of tho pioposltloii to tho national hmdnuni -tor,
together with newspaper rtlclei showlug tho
tucccs of llio plnn.
Touching Scene Witncoscd.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDI'N. Oct. SO. Punning uu empty gocart.
Which he mpposcd i.onUlticd lilu ll-inoilths-nld
child. Stophru It. Willis, reeling. It Is said,
from tho effects of too much ll'tuor. wji arrested
by Officers O. U. Swonoc and Walter Mnrlln
today at tho rnqiicni of spectators, who hail
rescued the mud-bedraggled nnd crying baby
fniin the sil:r, James Tinnpelt, who had ae
eotupanlcd Willis on his vIkUk to nevornl Twoutv.
Of tit tilii-ol saloonr., was olco taken Into custody
To Guard Wardrobe.
Special in Tho Tilbune.
OGDHN. Ocl. 20. Because or the population
which hate boon made by Mutineer Joo Cons, the
Mngo of thn Orplmum thcaini- next Sunday night
will be a difficult ot urn-ou as tho palace, of
Ciar Nlnhnlar. That night marks the engage
ment of Vatcuku yiii'iuU, appc'irliig In "Ths Kirs
WiiHr " and Mi Oo doei. not propose lo an
nwer lo 'ho Kchubcrts for the lo of any portion
of Mlr.t SurrsW u t .ptintdve waidiobc Ho hai
I Uliplled In "ti l-f of Police W. I Norton fn ni
' nlll i-' and oiif will ir slalloned ul each en
t an v iti ttir i'rgc.
department store, was drawn in tho
minds of the Aucrbachs fivo years ago.
A careful study of locations,' the busi
ness growth of the city and many other
factors of importance followed, until
the scheme (0 establish a new retail
center at Slate street and Broadway
resulted. The site at t.he southwest
corner was originally selected, and a
building planned, which has since "occn
erected, but which will bo occupied
bv another big department store. It
wag decided to remodel and altcratc
the old Knutsford hotel for the new
Auerbach department store.
When this plan became public, there
were many who doubted that it could
be successfully carried out. The Aucr
bachs themselves admit (hat there were
many problems to solve and many
headaches to endure. "But thev went
about their task, with the results and
successes that nre now easily apparent.
Weeks of remodeling, reconstructions,
resurfacing and careful installation
gradually transformed the old corner
into a brand now si nurture, which is
ideal for the purposes of a big. modern
department store. A noteworthy fea
ture :n connection with the change is
that the Aucrbachs were their own
architects. Years' of studj' and extended
trips oast and west brought distinct,
ideas of what a department store should
be and tliese ideas have been carried
out to the lei lor.
Close of the Old Store.
Ton days ago the store on Main,
street was closed and the final transfers
of stock were' made. The entire work
ing forces of the concern went over to
the new home, where, day and night,
they have labored like beavers, led by
officials of the company, in preparing
for the grand opening. The old store
and all its stock, one might say, could
be neatly placed iu one corner or th(
new store, which represents a homo and
business of immensely greater propor
tions. With amazing' attention to de
tails and by the expenditure of a vast
sum, the Auerbach company has made
its new store as complete and attractive
as one could hope lo find. This asser
tion is all the more significant when
it is remembered the excellent basis,
and up to-dato scale upon which the
store was conducted at its former loca
tion. The new store is six stories high with
a basement. .The main entrance is at
the corner of. State street ami Broad
wav. The frontages on both stroetH.
so far as the ground floor is concerned,
present a solid array of wide plate
glass display windows, whose arrange
ment and electric accoutrement could
hardly be improved upon.
On Magnificent Scale.
To describo the store in its complete
ness would be a difficult task. As one
enters on the main floor, one is struck
at once by tho brightness of things.
Windows, glass reflections and more
than i:200 electric tungsten nud nrc
lights, of a candle power ranging from
n to J000, all contribute to unsurpassed
brilliancy, which is accentuated by the
immaculately clean, white color scheme
of the interior, with its myriads of
uildiugs and attractive finishings.
Whilo the entire stove, exterior and in
terior, i? beautifully finished, its linos
are simple- and stately, free from the
slightest intimation of extreme orna
mentation. Iu the ceutor of tho lpain floor, a
broad stairway divides at half-landing
into two stairways that lead on
the north and on tho south to the sec
'nnd floor. Two elovator'a of the larger
type aro installed at. the north contra I
side of tho building and operate be
tween the six floors.
To the left of the main entrance, as
out. ntcr, la the department, of i;loveH.
umbrellii", parnsola and appurteiiant nrtl
(Mch. and In the northwest corner Is. t lie
hosiery and woolen underwear depart
ment. To the right of tho main entrance
arc the nilka and sntlns, tho cordurovs
and vnlvett. while acropn the rorc-eentral
lloor ttXt-nd tho departments tn which
an offered silverware, leather novyUejs.
I;tce. bead trlrnmlnsi". voilins-. ribbons,
hnndknr'hlef!, sponl-nUkK, cutlrv and
notion. A feature ot tin- ctmtral nnrl."h
ern part or tin- floor 1 Che drnsr and ;vtir
liimerj dx'purtmcnt- A .Hpcclaltj,' oWu linn
been made of thc'statlonery department,
adjoining the drug depawlment.
To the left of the elevator entrance Is
a branch office of the Western Union
Telegraph company, and in a similar loca
tion on the cast aide of the main lloor
Is a branch office of the American Ex
press company, both Installed for the
accommodation of patrons. Another fea
ture and specialty is a floral department,
near the elevator entrance. '
Large Soda Fountain.
One of the most elaborate, and certain
ly one of the largest, soda fountains in
tho west has been Installed to the left
of the main stairway. An icclcsa .system
Is used, the beverages and retreJUiinwius
being kept cold by a system of pipes con
taining coltl air. or brine, from a special
refrigerating system In Ihc basement, A
specially also Is made of hot drinks or
refreshments, nnd a special coftce-grlnd-Ing
apparatus will Uc used In view of
Passing from the elevator entrance to
the eastern half of the main lloor. one
Muds, first, the confectionery department,
while extending to tho right across the
center is the department of house linen,
bedding, batli robes and similar goods.
In the center of this section of the tloor
are the bargain squares, which are char
acteristic of each floor. At the extreme
eastern rear of the lloor are the ging
hams, while the southeastern corner con
tains domestic goode and wears In all
their wide assortments and varieties.
Half way along the southern side of the
lloor Is the department of electric uten
sils. Une brass wear, chilling dishes and
The annex, east of the main building,
hns an entrance of Its own on Broadway,
and contains tho shoe department and
that of I ho men's furnishings, which will
be made a special feature. Trading at
department stores Is not common to men,
but the Auerbach store plans to educate
them to Its advantages.
At the northern end of the annex are
the boys' clothing department and the
transfer room. When a person intends
10 buy In various departments, a. transfer
card, numbered, will be issued As each
purchase Is made, the article will be sent
to a box In the transfer room, numbered
to correspond with the card held by the
purchaser. When the last purchase Is
made the shopper pays the total amount
of all the purchases, and these, all gath
ered In the transfer room, are then
claimed by the purchaser or ordered de
livered. Furnishings Are Elegant.
Klegnntly finished tables, counters, dis
play cases and shelves line the main
lloor from one end to the other, attrac
tively grouped, and everywhere one con
fronts mirrored panels.
Among the striking features carried out
throughout the store arc the bubbling
fountains of clear water that appear at
frequent turns. 13a ch lloor has its rest
rooms and modern conveniences, excel
lently equipped, Tho ventilating system
deserves equally favorable commendation,
and a full equipment of tire apparatus
shows itself at every turn. The "entire
building Is steam heated from a plant
at the rear of the Colonial meatur. The
heat Is conveyed to the structure through
a tunnel running from the plant under
neath Broadway to the Brooits Arcade,
and underneath State street to the Auer
bach store. This tunnel is large enough
to walk In upright, and represents a hard
task and considerable outlay.
The second lloor Is no less strikingly
attractive than lhc main lloor. It might
properly bo divided into two sections by
the partition in the center, where the
stairways lead from the main floor on
View From Main Floor.
The center or the front section Is open
to the third floor and Is surrounded with
nn attractive railing and hnllustradc, from
which a aplnndid view Is gained of the
In the front section arc the departments
dealing In millinery, corsets. Infants'
wear, linens and boudoir articles. In the
rear section are the ladles' suits and
gowns, cloaks, furs, dresses, corsets and
lingerie. A feature on this floor are the
many attractive glass display cases in
which tho latest models are set up. At
the northeast corner of the floor a broad
passageway leads to an alteration room,
where dresses ore altered after flttlns.
A pronounced feature of the suite and
gowns department In the rear section arc
the dust-proof stock cases and 'rack
rooms, each manipulated under tho latest,
dp.vlce for efficiency and ease. Fitting
rooms also line tho sltjcs of this section,
with oblique mirror. On the exterior
of these lilting rooms and stock rooms
arc concealed triplicate mirrors, which
may be opened as are folding doors.
At the southwest corner of the Rocpnri
floor are the millinery workroom and
fitting rooms for various departments.
The entire lloor appears roomy and
luxuriant with Its arrays of finery, but
every Imlh of invaXtnbln jrpnoo hns twin
ad vatitnrnioiifilv utlltztd. ,
Tim tlilrd Hoar mlglrt dlso lw dWItteo 1
into two sections, front and rear, and in
this case the open space, surrounded with
arches and ballustrndes, Is in the center
of the rear section. On this floor are the
tapestries, rugs, draperies, trunks, travel
ing goods, fine linens, fancy goods, art
needle work, novelties, art department
proper, and similar ofrcrlngs, in alt their
variety, cxcel'ently grouped and displayed
with rich effect. The third floor of the
annex, at the northeast corner of the
building, is used as a stock room-
Apartment for Lunches.
On the fourth floor arc the tovs. cut
glass, crockery, kitchen utensils.' metal
ware, household goods and similar stock.
The advertising manager's office is on
this floor, and the annex on this level
has been utilised for a lunch apartment
for the accommodation of employees.
The northern lialf and the northwestern
corner of the fifth floor have been par
titioned off for the cashier, telephone ex
change and general offices of the store,
tho rest of the floor being utilized for
wholesale stock. The entire sixth floor
is used for wholesale stock In all depart
ments, and Is drawn on for both whole
sale and retail purposes.
Without a personal visit to the new
store, but a meagre Idea of its vastness.
detail and attractiveness can be obtained.
Nothing has been left undone to make
It modern and complete. Aside from the
illumination feature, which stands out
prominently to make the store daylight
at night, over 150,000 square feet of floor
JOCKEYS SUSPENDED I
BY LIGM JUDGES I
(Continued from Preceding Page.)
SUIwort. The finder. i:rnct II.. John Sulor. rist.
Ttoy p.. Poyxl Amber, John (J. Weaver and Kid
Xcliuin alno ran.
Second H'.c, our mile Silk Day. 105 (Vsn
dtlbcu). 5J1.70. :M0 and 3-i.CO, tto.i; CmpAthl.
10,' tn. Steele), 4.1.40 and I2.S0. recor.d; Tor.
lit (tlurlou). li.90. third. Time. 1:11 f.n. Bti
m; Rod: FIkIi. Armor. Counterpart. Conbaugh-.
Daisy riatt, Little Waif and Anconfa also rah.
Third race, six furloiun J. II. ftobloson. 3"2
(B. Kicclt), t-.'l'.OO. 1H 10 and flu. won Kthel.
107 (Mole.vn-orlh), V7 and i'u second: Gold ot
Mphlr. 1C1 (Gou.i. 1Z1.ZU. third. Time, t It
Kay O.. Intpiudcttt, Frlnccift Thorp. DUcic
Mate. Stan's II II I, Sir Cicsce, J-ick Denman.
Ilcfono j nil All Itc J also mu.
I'ourth toce. fin longs Presumption. 105 1
(Henry). .T7.0. ?2i.S0 and SIT. 10. rton fllr
Bl2lr. 07 ('s.noll. U5. 10 and' f..70. recond: V.
M ureen, 103 H.oftuM. 6.f.o. third.. Time. V.IZ
Curlh.ue. Meildlan. Iloyil Tea. Jim r..vcy. Three
Links, fockxpur and J. I-'. Ciowlcy abl ran.
I" I fill race, mile and seventy yards Dynamite.
10! (Vanillism. tlP.'O nnd tn. won; flub .
lO.i (Turnc-i, i.i.O and J--..70. second; Dalnger
field. 10? UxidUHl. :;l.T0. third. Time. I U '.'-:..
Jplm llobert, Henrietta V.'.. Ccoigo Orn .rd, Shir
Icy O.. nraiitllul, 1'reuli i;mmi, Winifred D
and llinily Zuiiq nhio ran.
Sixth race, mile and oim-alxtceulh Bruce nice,
107 (Tunifn Jr., JS.OQ mid .2I0. von: John Louis.
103 - (Ueiiryl. (1.30 and iZ.r.0. second: Mlcwsltf.
110 MCnur). ?5,$0. Ihlnl. Time. J :17 2-3 Wish
Ing lllng. Dangerouu March, Polls. Slsuiri. F
llcito. Louis Katr. S.iger, Scet Owen and Sir
Cite.iby alro ran
Play Basketball in Water.
CHICAGO, Oct. 2?. A new game
basketball In the wtUcr Is to make Us
appearance here thl- winter. Thi sport
will embody the game of rugby polo. les
the objectionable points, and will hava Jl
all of the good points of basketball. It
will be known as basket polo.
John Velhert. Foster. Cal., states: "T
have suffered manv years with kidney
and bladder troubles, and although I
have paid hundreds of dollars to doc
tors and have taken all kinds of kid
pay medicines, I could never get any
relief until I tried Foley Kidney Pills,
and they effected a complete cure. I
have never been bothered with my old fl
troublo since." Schramrji-Johnaon,
Irwin C. Stump Dead. jH
I?y International News Service.
NEW YORK. Oct. 'JH. Irwin C Stumr.
so years old, a wealthy retired mining
man and attorney and une-time manager
of the estate of the late Senator Hoarse
of 'California, died today as the result of
Injuries received Inst evening in a fall
doMi an (-levator shaft.
Dr. Silver will move to fill Walker
Bank BIdg., Nov. 1. (Advertisement.)
space has been used- while the combined
length of ?how cases, wall cases, conn- IH
lers and display tables, would cover more
I ban 13,000 linear feel, about two and a jH
A women's rest room at the southeast
corner of the second floor has bef-.i ela'1
orately furnished with lounging chairs and
couches, telephone service, writing desks
and stationery and every convuniencc and
commodity that could be desired.
A distinct fcalnrii of the store Is Its
ciuih-carrylng system, which Is that ol
the Lainson company and whlcn Is de- iH
clared to be the last word In effklcncy.
A central station on the third lloor gov
erns the second and third tloors, while a jM
central station in the basement governs
the main lloor and basement. Each cash
carrier is numbered with a department
station number nnd Is constructed to stop
onlv at Its proper station, all others pass
Ing" by. The. system Is noiseless, the hum
of the r.lcctrlc motor that gives It mo- tM
Lion being :-:i-arccIy heard.
In the basemcui is the receiving and
marking room, the packing room, shipping
room, stock rooms and delivery depart- IH
incut, also lockeis and rest rooms for
employees. It Is expected that the work- JM
Ing force of the new store will number
close lo "50. which, like Its stock, will he
Increased as business warrants. The
Unden hotel, owned by the company, may
iu the future be converted into another
annex, adjoining the present annex on
To the north of the mala buildii.,? Is a Jm
large open space, at. the west end of which
are the d'lvery sheds, from which the
delivery wagons receive their loads. An VM
outlet for them has been cut through the vM
rear walls of the Iandcn hotel structure
Into Floral avenue, which runs south into
OFFICIAL CO-OPERATION I
One plonk' of the Democratic CoiiJity platform which
should meet the approval of every man and woman oE the
city and county, with the exception, of the politicians who
play the game at public expense and the clement which
takes advautagc of the situation described, is as follows:
"We pledge our candidates to co-operate with
the officials of the state and city in the inter
est of peace, development and the enforcement
Tlie Deserei Xcws has called attention to this lack of jH
harmony several times during tho past few months and has fl
pointed out the absolute necessity for harmonious action be- H
tween the state, county and city authorities in order to
successfully and cU'eotively enforce lhc laws.
Commenting on this condition of affairs the Tribune of
August 3. 1912, editorially said:
"The News does well to call censurable atten
tion, as The Tribune has done frequently in re
cent years, to this antagonism between the city
and the county. In every case it is the county
that has been derelict and blameworthy."
This is a matter that goes, not only to the pocketbook
because of the waste of official energy and public cxpendi- jH
turc involved, but to the home of every man and woman m
the city and county,
The law never will be completely respected while of- jH
Ht'.ials are working out; personal or political grudges and
double-erossiug each other during the hours they are paid 1 jH
to uphold the law and serve Ihc public. Criminals will
never be driven out while they are able to find a refuge be- J
tween these contradictory and conflicting divisions of
The whole fault lies in machine domination if the jH
bosses of the Republican parly had no feuds to fight there
is every reason to believe the officials would work iu bar
mony. But officials who owe everything they have, or hope
to get, to a political clique cannot be eouutcd on to do the
will of the taxpayers. -fl
"Why should thoy heed the taxpayers?" they are justi- jH
ftcd in exclaimine, "since the taxpayers vote as the bosses jf
fAa.er.,1 Democratic County Chaiifflnn. .,