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THE SALT LAKE BUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1912. . H
Zi SF FEDERAL
1 qK Is io Reduce the Cost
rc.A.iligalion and Elimi
f natc Delays.
ofljMunion Leader Satisfied
;aT WH the Vork of the
?TRlXGTON. Nov. 4. Rr.volution
'Scm in procedure in equity enscs
)IiEd courts throuzhoni J ho United
6lmrt effected in revised, rulcj: pro
j0av by the supremo court ot
'JiMtfd Staler Tbo object is to re--cf5t
o litigation and to climi-
f(1fcwPTr rule; u one rrhich would
l,'i;j,ue of preliiniii:iry in.iunc
,5i!j,ont notice to the Opposite par
KT:iKal;o restricting ijsupk of leni-
"iJiKgn- rules were- announced by
awstifo Whito from tlic bench.
llfciijK.the tasks lmdorUilcon by him
ftiiKe was appointed Hupf in i-r
I Housework JDr raggery I
Housework h drudgery for thevreak woman. Sho hruthes, dust and scrub, cr
;k on her feet all day intending to the many dttaila o( the household, her back nch
log, her temples throbbing, nerves quivering under the r.trcs of p.iin, possibly di7.7.y
feeling. Sometimes rest in bed is not refreshing, because the poor tired nerves do
not permit of refreshing sleep. The real need of wenk, nervous women is Mtisficd
by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, nnd as Mrs. Briggs and others testify:
It Makes Weak Women Strong and Sick Women Well.
This " Prescription7 removes tttc ennse of women's weaknesses.
Heals Inflammation and ulceration. It tranqulllxcs the nerves,
encourages the appetite and inrttjeca restfai sleep.
Dr. Pierce is perfectly willing to let everyone know what
his ' Favorite Prescription " contains, n complete list of in
gredients on the bottle-wrapper. Do not let any druggist
persuade you thuthin unknown composition is "just as food"
in order thnt he muy make a bigger profit.
T.lns. Tir.Azru, Brigcs. of K N. Yashington St., Delphos,
Ohio, writes: "Having taken your- 'Favorite Prescription,
for a had cafe of intestinal disease and constipation with
woman's Ills, for which I was almost, unablo to do any
thing, I think 1 am safe in saylnp that there .re no remedies
in the world liko Dr. Pierce's Tavorito Prescription and
'Purifying Lotion Tablets.' I ara now enjoying the best of
health, and thank Dr. Pierce for his -ondorIul rnedkinet
which havo done me a world, of Rood."
Kis. BatGGO. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets reguletu liver and novreli
was to reform proeMurp in the courts.
If9 first Trt iscd the rules of the supreme
Work Required Time,
For seventeen months the- chief ."jus
tice nnd Justices Lnrron and "Vandc
va nter havo been working on tho equity
rules ;i5 :i Mtbeniiuniftce of tho court.
Tho present rules camo down from the
courts of liincland. with only one or two
revisions finco tho hpginninjr of the re
public. Th Iant revision was about
fifty years apo.
Tho fhir-f .pisHee particularly thanked
the lord chancellor of England for sug
gestions, jn the rovisinu.
'"'hicf .fustico "White, explaining tho
rules from the bench, proupod tho rc
fnrnifi under four or fho heads. One
was iu regard to th? o.verciso of powor
by )hn oou'rtH in eo, in bible, matters.
"Another was described as boinrr de
fined primarily to remove all unneces
sary stops in-modcg of pleading and to
bring the parties quickly to tho issue.
Another was described as being a re
striction, in tho modes of taking testi
mony, particularly in patent and copy
"The 11 hole- intention has been,"
said tho chief justice, "to bring e
taking of testimonv down to more sim
plified and inexpensive methods."
Another reform wss said by the chief
.iustico to bo illustrated by the state
ment, that, the new rules as a general
thing provide for trial by tho court in
stead of a reference of the suit to a
rofereo to take testimony and report
back -to the court. The-"chief justice
naid tho now ruins would mako it im
possible for tho appellate court not to
MIIIIMIIMiiiii ' ' "
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T$M typewriter has ever done; which will write straightaway or U
tabulate, in one or many columns; which will do any tabular ' f
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f$w. work, however intricate, with the speed of ordinary writing; ; :
hkm Which will write and add, and add when it writes, in ;
Wm one column or as many columns as the paper will hold; Ij
ii?p Which will subtract as easily as it adds, in all or any , j
't$m co'umns where adding is done; ! j 3
fJSW Which is a complete billing, tabulating, adding and sub- I
trading machine all in one; j j j
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IM ill detect errors and prevent errors as well; I
1$gm Which establishes a new standard of time and labor I I
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jm, Adding and Subtracting Typewriter II
(Wahl Adding Mechanism) I j
g$l Remington Typewriter Company II
172 South West Temple Street
reverse uits merely because of errorr
The new antiinjuiirt ton rule iseorpo
rates into practice sricral demands of
labor leadens which they sought to have
recognized by the enactment of tho ."0
called nj.-iytiin ant injunction bill. The
new rnlo follows in a genernl way the
rules of the federal court In the ninth
circuit which (omprises tho Pacific
Must Give Notice.
It pro Ides;
"No prollmlnao Injunction hall l
cm nt ed without notice to tue opjtos'J;
nartv. miles it. uliatl clearly appear from
pprlu factir stiown by nfurtavit or by
tlio verified bill tlmt Iminedlate and irrf
namhlc ! or Jumao will result to Urn
applied ut before thu matter can b heard
on hoi !.
"In c;tu? a, temporary rc?t mining order
haJl be zi-antcd without notice in t',".
eonttiiceney .xpneifiod. tho matter shell l
iiiad4 loturnaMe at tin earliest jfOf Klble I
tlm, in no event latrr than tn da- from j
the date of the order, and shall take
precd.-nce of hJ matters osrept oWr (
matterK nf tho name chnuufr. When
the matter o-ms up for honrinz. ttie
pattv vlio otttalneil th temporary v
stnilnliir ord-r shall proceed with his
applh-atlon for a preliminary Injunction,
and If lie doejt not tr, ho the rourt fhall
dlFsoh-M hiF temporary reKtralnin? order.
"I'pon two days' notice m the vrty
obtaining noh tenuiorary rPFtralnliu? or
der the opnos-ltc nartv imv appar and
move the dissolution and modification ot
til ordef. and if in that cvcVit the nourt
rtr Judce shall hear and determine the
motion ns exptditloiiflv as the end of
lucilofv may reaulre. lSvry temporary
restrnlninz onlcr shall bo firthwltb lllcd
in the olerk's offlee."
The now rules an ill zo into effect 1-eo-ruary
1. 1 13.
"WASHINGTON. Nov. .Samuel Gom
pers. president of of the American Fed
eration of Lohor. had thin to Fay about
the new anti-ln lunctlon rule:
"It is si step In the risht direction and
one of the thln.es labor has Ions been
SRT EXPERT BRINGS
SUIT FOR HIS SHARE
Sale of Paintings to Ex-Scn;i-tor
Clark for $740,000 Re
sults in Action at Law.
LONDON, Nov. -J. The sale to ox
Senator "William A. Clark of rontana
of a collection of old masters Tor $7'I0,
000 'by Sir George DotLildson is the
.subject, of a suit Trhich began today in
the lord chief justice's court hero.
Alfred G. Temple, the well known
expert and director of I he. art gallery
of the corporation of Loudon, is suing
Sir Goorce Donaldson for $100,000 com
mission on tho sale.
Mr. Temple today, through his coun
sel, argued that owing to his friendship
to tho late Kdwin A.' Abbey, the paiut
er, ho wis able to introduco Mr. Clark
to Sir George Donaldson. At first Mr.
Clark bought pictures of the valuo of
only $l"O,(j00 and Mr. Temple received
his coniiuiHsioii on that transaction, ha
ter, however. Mr. Clark purchased the
remainder of the collecfibn and4 Mr.
Temple, is now suinjr for the commission
on that. The. late Mr. Abbey, it was
explained, refused to accept, a. commis
sion and would not; allow Sir Gcorgo
Donaldson to L'tvo his wife a present.
A letter was read from ir George
Donaldson to Mr. Temple complaining
that, the latter was acting too quiekh.
In it Sir Gcorgo hays:
""Wait until your hare is on tho field.
Then start the dogs. Oil, you innocent
lamb. Nopp of old T'.ond street has his
measure and is trying to et- him to
mako an offer for a portrait but T an
ticipate failure and if your letters have
gone at this inopportune moment the
igame has been iveu away. Remember
tho blase buyor only wants to buy when
tho holdor of fine things doesn't want
lo sell. Put a pinch of that salt on
your bird s tail."
j Tho ease was adjourned.
Twinges of rheumatism, "backache,
stiff joints and shooting pains all show
your kidneys are not working right.
Urinary jrrogularitios. loss of sleep,
nervousness, woak "back and sore kid
neys tell the need of a good reliable
kidney mGdicine. Foley Kidney Pills
aro tonic, strengthening and restora
tive. Thoy build up tho kidneys and
regulate their action. Thoy will give
you quick relief and contain no habit
forming drugs. Safe and. always sure.
Try them. Schramm-Johnson, Drugs.
Salt Lake Statistics
ErOiV. A. WIlKlnon. IK ' lreat, sir).
AurJft H. llj'ucnson. "o Cray avunuc. tor-
W. Penrose. 2J0 South Ninth l!it, clrl.
J0I111 Clvfc McKcan, 1C0 South Twelfth East,
Solon 11. Fester. -17 Churrh stie-il. zl?l.
Jacob llcnlnpcr, 710 South Rccincl tJ.ift. boy.
Oscar A. Aiulcrvon, ! Montroa uronue, ctr!.
NoTfintor OriUn ' JCer. I D. S. ho
pltat, 1C ye.ir. rfrllonltti".
Novcmhor 1, 1?li Juuich ?unlcrln(). Jmlsu
Mercy hopplta). VI yeut, vulrul.ir (iUftaic o.' tho
Norenihei- 1. IJi: Bby Ov, :ot Kast Third
South, still Uoro.
Nicholas Hatler and Hannah IViorson. Sail
('liarlcii II. )!oj and Stanley Uikcr. P.icatrllo.
Heymour II. Curtlt end Mary II. Parry, ij.ilt
Real Estate Transfers.
Ltasard MucKay to Pv. K. lluUerfleM.
4it tenuous 31 nnd K, toxnahlp 1 toutji.
ranee t w-eat 5
(leorc B. Nli'lmU to Irene I. NJJiol.
part- lot 7. clock 13, p!t U 5
WtlUani llutupln to J. It. Wehr. lo: 1,
hlocU SS. lkmh flrov.. ......... .' lo
U. C. lloai" lo J. K. lUclnvtibi. tot W, SI
and TT block I. Ji'orfu Watr-rloo r.
The A. Kej-r Inv. ro. to Clareoc- M. I
fhltcott, pari lot . Wool.- U. Plat B.... 10
Salt I.iVn City Corp. to C. t. Chlloott,
part lot I. Mok l. plat 11 oi.ro
O M. l"orh to Nannie II. I'orbM, part
lot 5. bloek 31. Plat V oo
Thoinai Oilmo and vltc to Maiy A. Hilton,
part lot 6. Mock 11. plat II....
C'harlRK I. Adania II. and wife to lClnib.il I
k Hlchanla Co., lot ZZ, (Ilenood uubdl-
Tialun . ,
K. IJ, WlcVa to Mary C. Ilaer, Iota 1ST
and Ui, Poplar plaro j,
Clin Youuc to Jiniri I". Walker, part lot
1. blnrl: o?. plat B 5
John C Johnaou to M. 8. Woolley, part
hit 1. - Mock 17A. Ove-nero plat A...... 10
Marian A. .'I. ("anno:! to K. M. Alllion,
Jr. ct al . lota ;?, 7? and 30. Mock 1,
Kmroon l(clhtfi i.otu
II r. O'ltrnie and vitn to It. 'A. Krdmann,
part lou S and 5. all lot 7. blixk
l!"t!eiue i.-k ., , 3.500
Happiness is tho proper goal of hu
man effort, and health i. indispenaablo
to it tukc llood.'s SarsnparillB.
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