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f THE SALT LAk"E TRIB UNIH THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1912. 3 li)
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c was Charles
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ved the fol
ougralulations r alma mater
:h he declared
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if. Oyster Bay
for your hind
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3 policy of all
J. C. 1MB, KPBffl
OF NOTED SENATOR
Aud One of Salt Lake City's
Active Salesmen Tells
Things About Plant Juice.
Mr. J. C. Kcarns, u nephew of Sen
ator J earns of Misnouri, and ono of
the most popular and active salesmen in
Salt lako City, has tested riant Juice
and haa strong v.-ords of indorsement
lor it. air. Koarna' home is at .'105 So.
lOth aired. East. lie lias long been a
snileror with stomach trouble, and he
"Plant Juico is truly the real thing;
fine and dandy and 1 can 't praiso it too
highly. It is truly all you claim it to
be. I have not been able to frco invsclf
of indigestion and other stomach trou
bles until recently, -when 1 was attract
ed to Plant .Tuioe. J have taken one
bottle and a part of another and I am
now entirely relieved. 1 cat what T
please and have nn trouble wh.at.over.
Resides tho tonic effects of Plant Juice
havo toned nio up and made mc feci
splendid. I will always use Plant Juico
when r pet to feeling off. For 'those
i who have stomach troublo I am sure
there is nothing no good."
When you hear any one complaining
of indigestion, foul breath, had taste
in tho mouth, gas, bloating, palpitation
of tho heart; or who hav0 yellow skins,
blotched, pimpled, who aro'bilious, havo
indigestion, are depressed and morbid:
or who suffer with any derangement of
stomach, liver, kidneys and blood, you
can rely on it Plant Juico will give
them immediate rolicf and eventual
cure. It is tho greatest vegetable tonic
of tho century; direct aud rapid in ac
tion. It will do .you moro good than
anything .you have over taken. "Re
member every bottle is guaranteed.
Seo tho displav .and tho Plant Juice
man today' at Schramm-Johnson s store
No. 5, Third So. aud Main. (Advertisement.)
wholcsomo commerce and enterprise,
need fear either interference or em
barrassmcni from the administration.
Purpose of Democracy.
''Our hopo and purpose is now to
bring all tho frco forces of tho nation
into active and intelligent co-operation
and to give to our prosporitv a fresh
ness aud spirit, and a confidence such
as it has not had in our time.
"Tho responsibilities of tho tax are
tremendous, but they are common re
sponsibilities which all leaders of ac
tion and opinion must share. And
with tho confidence of the people be
hind us, ovcrything that is right is
possible. My own ambition will be
more than satisllcd if I may be per
mitted to be tho frank spokesman" of
the nation's thoughtful purposes in
theso gTcat matters. "
Among tho congraulator.v telegrams
recpi.vod were tho following:
William J. Bryan "T am glad to re
port tjial you havo carried my state,
tho city of Lincoln aud my precinct.
Your success here adds to my enjoy
ment of your national victory."
William" Randolph Hearst', at. Madrid,
Spain "Congratulations, both on your
personal victory and on tho fact that
you will have a Democratic house aud
senate to support tho policies of your
Alton B. Parker "People are to bo
congratulated on the opportunity given
you to servo them: and nearly nil,
whether voting for your or not, feel
this to bo true. Now that a calm sum
ming up of tho Tcsult of yesterday has
been taken, be so good as to accept my
"How about an extra session of
congress'.'" someono asked Governor
Wilson this afternoon.
"I" have givon no thought to such
matters as yet." was tho reply. "I'm
not ou a hair-trigger."
ON THE ELECTION
LONDON'. Nov. li. -The presidential
election resulted much as had been an
t'ioipatcd in Great Britain.
The pvenimr nfWsp.ipors today all speau
vory 'liluhly of Wood row Wilson and of
his policies. The free Ira do Westminster
"The people of tho United Statc-i arc
rlfarly ripe for new men and new meas
ures." nd adds:
"Tirod of tlmir professional politicians,
the American peoplo have decided to clvc
a now man a trial: so n learned historian
and former college principal walks into
tho White 1 rouse, Most heaitily w wish
succriin to this experiment with a 'phi
losopher i;inc' belnc: mado in the most
unlikelv quarter In the world. I rom our
own p'xpciiencn with unlvomty men In
polities, wi- aro encouraged to hopo Ilia I
he will prove as fdwewd anil practical as
!!sSS I i has been tested the
pfBfll world over and been ap-
iK Sffil P''0Te(i by three genera-
IBHigiiill stomach bitters
iBuS " never d'5appoinls'.
jMlPj ALL DRUGGISTS AND
Saved by Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Swarthmore, Penn. "For fifteen
yoars I suffered untold agony, and for
orie Vcriod of nenrly
ljW5;; tv?o years J had hem
If'gwi orrhages and the
tf$ doctors lold me I
Yjji l8$ would have to un-
'SCW dergo an operation,
W' ut began taking
III, A Lydia E. Pinkhum's
J0-' Vegetable Com
0i0ijii5; pound and am in
. &00 bealth now. I
wfM&i ara a over fche
t"'f.Vtfr.,7,.i?fii?t Change of Life and
cannot praise your Vegetable Compound
too highly. Every woman should take it at
that time. I recommend it to both old
and young for female troubles." Mrs.
Emily Summersgill, Swarthmore, Pa.
Baltimore, Md. "My trpublcs began
with the loss of a child, and I had hem
orrhages for four months. The doctors
said an operation was necessary, but I
dreaded it and decided to try Lydia E.
PinkhamJs Vegetable Compound. The
medicine has made me a well woman and
I feel strong and do my own work."
Mrs. J. R. Picking, 1260 Sargeant St.,
Since we guarantee that all testimo
nials which "we publish are genuine, is it
not fair to suppose that if Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound has the vir
tue to help these women it will help any
other woman who is suffering in a like
If you tranfc special advice Trritofo
Lydia E, Plnkham 3Icdicine Co. (confi
dential) Lynn, Mass. Tour letter trill
bo opened, read aud answered hj a
TToman and held in strict conlideucci
Says the Little Doctor.
let "Tho Little Doctor" have room in
your medicine elosot You will often need
his service in curing: colds, soro throat,
neuralgia, congested lungs, lumbago, etc.
"THIS IjITTIjK DOCTOR." MAC LAB
IUM'S MUSTARD CERATE, applied night
and morning, rubbed In well, will abso
lutely cure. It Is recommended by many
physicians and pronounced one of the
mirest cures .for bail colds. It will do
everything for you that tho mustard plas
ter will, without Irritating or harming the
nkin. It 13 not greasy nor unpleasant in
any way. For sale at all good druggist?
In jars L'5c and fClc. Free sample by writ
ing JIac "Laren Drug Co., Cleveland. Ohio,
or J.os Angeles. Cat. BUY IT TODAY
AND BE CONVINCED OF ITS WORTH.
any of the old stagers in American pol
itics." Theodore rtooncvnlt's position in the
poll, according to the Westminster Ga
zette, justifies his Incursion into tho
arena, while President Taft will get sym
pathy owing to the circumstances which
set him up an tho candidate of a divided
party and with the strongest single per
sonality in the country disputing his
Tho Kvcnlnsr Standard says:
"Wood row Wileon will command confi
dence in hl.'i own country and in the world
outside, llo Is a public man of a. much
higher t.vpn than some of tliocc who have
occupied the White -louse. The Demo
crats did a good stroke of business for
their party when they chose him. They
had tho sons to see that the great body
of respectable citizens of the United
Slates were heartily tired or tine sordid
squabbles of party managers with the
accuinpanyinc intrfguo and self-seeking."
The Pall Mall Gazette says.
"Tho promotion of Woodrow Wilson
to the "Democratic leadership and tho
evolution of Theodore Koosevelt as the
head of a new parly, are in reality two
symptoms of the same force the Intense
wish of tho better elements in America
for the blessings of honorable- govern
ment. It is a sign of health In the nation
that tho real contest could be between
two men who are much superior In char
actor and outlook to the common politi
TO REAP BENEFIT
BERMX. Xov. 6. The election of
Woodrow Wilson in regarded generally by
the Gorman press as a most fortunate
occurrence for Germany. Tho newspapers
say that It gives promise of a reduction
of tlio tariff which lia3 crippled tho Ger
man export trade and also of th aban
donment of tho policy of Inrltf "pin
prlcka," such ph thoso connected with
patter pulp and split principles, under
which German-American relations havo
Buffered. , ,
AH tho lourn-Tls. however, warn tho
German commercial world against expect
ing too much from the Democrats in this
respect and point out that, tho Demo
cratic partv will be quite as responsive
to t lie protection of American interests
as tho Kepublic.au party.
CINCINNATI, O., Nov. fi.lSvcn in the
moments when It became apparent, that
Governor Wilson was going to sweep Ihc
counlrv. President Taft did not forget
bin philosophy nnd good humor. More
A h s torv of how thn president looked
at tho situation at that time, told by a
lr''VpWol to nnd comfort In I his."
tho president is reported to havo said.
Til be very glad to ride down Pennsy -vania
ii venue with Governor Wilson. It
wouldn't have been so easy if things ad
been dim-rent, hut I would have taken
the ride Just tho same.
The president was up oavly today. 11c
fnol- breakfast at tho hum of his broth
er and Uien ntarted for the Cincinnati
Country club to play golf.
cvster BAY. N. V.. Nov- '. There
w.i no interruption or tho routine at
S Bimoro HHI o" nccount of the result
of rv "terday's election. Colonel oo.-vl-ll
wa back .it his desk today nthoush
nothing out of the ordinary had hup-
,,W"vi.cre Isn't a word thai T can fay .msL
w- VaW tho colonel thia afternoon.
FIIICBS ACCEPT "
IE RESULT CttY
No Upheaval Likely to Occur
on Account of the Elec
tion of Wilson.
XKW YOaiC, Nov. 0. After an early
period of uncertainly, today's stock mar
ket suddenly forged upward on a very
largo volnmo of business, recording net
gains of two to four points in many of
the more Important.
To what extent the rise was prompted
by yesterday's election or to the general
prosperity oA the country, or perhaps to
a conjunction of thoso conditions, must
remain a matter of conjecture. H Ib
noteworthy, however, that the market
was at Its best in the final hour, when
a. statement, accepted by tho financial
community as most reassuring, was Is
sued by the president-elect.
London and the continent were pur
chasers of our stocks, both in their own
markets and later here.
Public and private advices from abroad
Indicated thai the financial interests of
Europe had discounted yesterday's politi
cal upheaval and wcro prepared to accept
the outcolno with complacency. Theso
advices were supplemented by the favor
able comment of local banking and In
Over all was a feeling of relief that
henceforward politics would cease to be
a paramount factor.
i The financial community is not un
I mindful of the fact that the Democratic
parly is committed to tariff revision, and
that situation may be expected to find
reflection from lime to time In tho securi
ties of certain corporations whose des
tinies are considered more or less bound
up In this Issue. Already. In fact, stocks
of some, such domestic corporal Ions have
suffered serious rcvotscs. namely Ameri
can Peet Sugar and American Sugar,
while the shares of the American Woolen
company have manifested an easier ten
dency. Quite apart from domestic considera
tion, however, it Is believed that ibo im
mediate future of our stock market rests
in large measure ou tho outcome of the
war iii the Balkans.
"It is a pleasure io tell you lhat
Chamberlain s Cough Remedy is the
best cough medicine T have ever used."!
writes airs. Ilugh Campbell of Avouia,
Ga. "T havo used it with all my chil
dren nnd tho results have hoen highly
satisfactory, for sale by all dealers.
THEIR VOTE THIS YEAR
By International News Service.
NEW YORK. Nov. fi. Returns which
filtered In from tho nation today indi
cate Dial tho Socialist vote cast ut Tues
day's election will moro than double tha.t
of four years ago. In 190S their standard
bearer, Eugene V. Debs, received -120,000
voles. This year ho did not draw the
vote the Socialist leaders havo been an
ticipating, 1,000.000. but his total is ex
pected to reach 000.000.
Although the Socialists lost their sole
member in the Now York legislature and
in congress, they succeeded In electing
four members to the Illinois legislature,
two in California, one in Massachusetts,
six In Wisconsin and possibly ono In
"I may havo something to say tomor- '
Colonel Roosevelt probably will meet
some of the Progressive leaders within
the next few days, although ho has
made no definite plans. lie expects to
drop politics as far as possible for the
lime, leaving tho detailed work to his
A SLOO MEBICILWE WITHOUT A&COHOjL.
Recently it has been dcfinitly proven hy experiments on animals that alcohol
lowers the germicidal power of the body and that alcohol parnly7xs the white cor-
Eusclcs of the blood and renders them unable to take up and destroy disease germs,
liscasc germs cause the denth of over one-halt of the human race.
A blood medicine, made entirely without alcohol, which is a pure glyceric ex
tract of roots, such as Bloodroot, Queen's root, Golden Seal root, Mandrake and
Stone root, hns been extensively sold by druggists for the past forty years as Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. The refreshing influence of this extract i& lika
Nature's influence the blood is bathed in the tonio which gives life to the blood
the vital fires of the body burn brighter and their increased activity consumes ths
tissue rubbish which hns accumulated during the winter.
fDr. R. V. Pieroc, the founder of the Invalids' Hotel nnd
Surgical Institute, nnd a physician of large experience ond
practice, was the first to make up nn Alterative Extract of
?i roots, without a particle of alcohol or narcotic.
") " It In with the greatest of pleasure, that-1 write to let yoa know o
tho great benoflt 1 received from tlio usn of rour racdlcirwsi and ecLf
trentmcnt at home," writes Mns. W. Hi:yks. of Lnd jrinith, B. C. " I suf
fered for three years from n runninir fore Consulted four doctors bat
thev failed to mend or kIvo relief. Finally I ivno told I was in coDGnmp
tion and would have to consult a npcciolibt concerning ray ear. that tho
dend hone must be cut out before the wound would honl. A Jdnd friond
advised nu to write to Dr. Pierce which I did. nd after sercn months
ubc of tho treatment tho soro is healed, and I enjor better health than I
overdid. I drewed the wound with Dr. Picrcc'B All-UwJintr Salve an
took tho 'Golden Medical Discovery' nnd 'Pleasant PcUoto' for vat
troubles. 1 eball ahvnya recommend your medicines. t
JJus. Hxres. Dr. Pierce's Plcn&ont Pellets regulate Hvcr end bowels
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS,
Nollco Is hereby given that sealed bids
will bo received by the lindoivlgued up
to S p. in., ."December rd, nil", for tho
materials and labor required In tho erec
tion of tho UTAH STATE CAPITOT.
mm .DING. IN SATr 1.AKI3 CITY,
UTAH, according to plans, specifications,
and draulngK, which aro open for in
spection at the ofCli of
RICHARD ICI.P'.TTING. ARCHITECT,
Sin-120 Pelt nldg..
SALT UKE CITY. UTAH,
and all bids and proposals it the above
time will bo publicly opened and rean
In the office of tho Stato Capitol Com
mission. 211 Felt building, Salt Lake
All bids must bo addressed to:
"UTAH STATE CAPITOL COMMIS
SION." SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH,
and marked In the lower left-hand cor
ner; "Bid for Utah Slate Capitol Build
ing," n.iinln? at the same time th kinds
of work which tho bid covers, for ex
ample: "I3ld for mtlre Job, "xceptlng heat
ing, plumbing, electric wiring,
"Bid for stone work;
"Bid for plastrlng."
etc.. or Mich bids can be delivered lo the
Capitol Commission at tho said tlmo and
place for opening same.
Bldo must not contain conditions,
qualifications, propositions or any other
thing than thoso mentioned In plans,
specifications, drawings, contracts and
bunds, and bidders must use the form of
bids, which will b found at the office
of said architect, and no other form of
bid will be received.
A certified check or cashier's check on
Mini? bank in Salt Lake City, Utah, for
at least per cent of Ihc amount of
ach blil must be enclosed. Each cheek
Is to bo made payable to the under
signed, and Is to bo forfeited to the nn
dcrfilsned In case tho bid Is accepted and
the bidder docs not enter Into tho con-,
trad within ton dais after Its accep
tance, for tho faithful execution of the
contract and bond hereinafter men
tioned. The proposed form of contract shall
he the. "Uniform Contract Revised.
1907," and Hie form of bond to bo used
la hereto appended.
A bond must bo furnished for on.-haIf
the amount of the bid, with good and
sufficient sureties, all satisfactory to the
The plana nnd spc 'flcatlons wllj be
Sunny Nature of Defeated
Candidate Asserts Itself as
Soon as Election Is Over.
PLANS FOR .THE FUTURE
Will Probably Practice Law
and Aid in Rejuvenation of
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Nov. G. Defeat
ed but far from fliscouragod, President
Taft already has formod. plans for hold
ing together and strengthening the Re
The plans aro indefinite, but ho said
tonight to friends that tho party -will
continue to o.Tist; that it will bo as
active as in tho past and that there
is no reason to "believe that its chances
of future success were not excellent.
So far as the president's plan is con
cerned, he hopes to soo organized a
"national Jtopublican club," entirely
apart from tho Republican nalioual
committee, -which shall cherish the prin
ciples of tho party and bo a source of
political activity not only during elec
tion yoars, but at all times.
To a sugestioii that ho might be the
Ifepublicau nominee in J 9 10, the presi
dent replied -with a smile, but mado no
comment. Jlc laughingly repeated his
intention of rcturninc to Cincinnati
and the practice of law.
Tho president ia convinced that the
task of President-elect Wilson will not
bo easy, lie said tonight that ho ear
nestly hoped Mr. Wilson would not call
an extra session of congress to revise
the tariff. He wished, ho said, to sec
tho present prosperity continuo as long
as possible. Mr, Tnft declared Sir.
Wilson would .face a congress mado up
to a large extent of untried men who
havo como to believe in "histrionic
publicity," and who believe that to
show their faith with the people thoy
must at times bo "insurgents" and
opposo the programme of the lofulcrs.
The president was particularly inter
ested in any tariff rovise programme
and laughed when ho said ho was ea
gerly awaiting tho Democratic efforts
to reduco the schedules of that "in
iquitous Taync-Aldrich law."
Asked if he did not consider Sir.
Wilson more conservative than radical,
tho president told the following story
about Senor Zias, head of the radical
party in Cuba:
"Zias was campaigning onco," said
the president, "and -was accused of be
ing a onservati vc.' 'T am not a con
servative,' said Zias. 'J' am a radical.
I must speak as a radical on the plat
form to keep mj- followers, but in of
lice T am not a radical.' "
Tho president Jcft Columbus at 5:40
for Washing-ton. Ifo expected to stay
thorn wit lit but; few trips away from
the White house until March -J.
ITo announced today that he will not
visit tho Panama canal during the
Christmas holidays as ho had planned.
Richard L. Lorvis, one of tho six
foot secret service men who has guard
led President Taft since ho was elected
four years ago, today was notified to
proceed to Princeton. ' ITo will be joined
'by other .secret service men later.
open for Inspection and use at the
architect's office In rooms Uo-420 Felt
bldg., and at the office or the Utah State
Capitol Commission. 2H Pelt building.
It any bidder desires to havo one or
moro sets of plans for his exclusive use,
tho architect at his option may furnish
them against a deposit to him of 37." for
each set of plans, $t5 of which will be
refunded ou the return of the first sol
of plans, etc.. and a refund of J25 each
on any of the subsequent sol.", provided
said plans, cic. are returned In reason
ably Rood condition and within two weeks
after" bids aro opened.
The plans and specifications are the
property of the architect and In all cases
must h returned to the architect, and
In no esse shall tho deposit constitute
a purchase price.
Bidders residing oiitsldo of Halt Lake
City must pay for the e.vprcssagc or
plans, etc.. both ways In all cusea.
Tho uiideilKiied doe? not oblipato it
coir to accept the lowest or any bid.
The competency and responsibility of
bidders and of their proposed sub-contractors
will receive careful conuldera
tlon In tho award.
The bids will be received for tho fol
L For the building complete, as speci
fied. 2. For the building complete, except
ing heating, plumbing, electric wiring.
3. Cement, pluln and reinforced con
crete work, Including excavations, struc
tural steel, and setting of same.
t, Stouo work, culLInp: and setting.
Brick work and thn setting of terra
cotta. fi. Furnishing of tcrra-cotla.
6. farpenter work.
S. Sheet-metal work. Including sky
lights and floor light.
0. Marble woik, tcrraszo and tile
IL Miscellaneous and ornamental
stnil. Iron and brass work.
12. Combination of bids sections 5, 4
1. ".. Heatlr.c
ir.. Klectrlc whins.
Tho undersigned shall have the right
to reject any or all bids and to waive
anv lnformiilltles In any proposal
Dated at Salt Lake City. Utah, this
:'Hth da of October. 1312.
UTAH STATE CAPITOL COMMISSION.
fornfan and Children 1
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BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF I
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PRICES BANGING FROM $25.00 UP I U
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JwjlP ITave l)ccn adopted by the r j, S :
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1 V)alf 17 They aro made under the JVt 1
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Election is over.
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