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HI 12 THK SALT LAKH TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 17, 1912. 1
FOR TIOELf SATES
J Rochester Churches Take No
I lice of American Fcdera
(ion of Labor Convention,
i COMMITTEES AT WORK
I Meat Cutlers and Butchers
Against Initiative ancU
J 35y Jiitcmntiouiit JCcvs Service
! ROCHESTER. N. Y.f Nov. .1(5. -Dele
gates to tlic .A morion n Federation of
Labor convention mnrkud timo today
Tvhilo committcca tvorJted diligently to
oimcliido" their work upon rosolutions.
TJio bnsinoiia scuuioiis oi.tuo con volition
wjll proceed briskly beginning ou JJon
day. Tomorrow nionu'nir tpeciul rel'itf
ioufl services will bo hold for tbo dclo
i jratca in all churches. In tbo afternoon
, mass meeting: will bo held, addressed
I "by Mr. Goinpors and representatives of
I the Women's Trades Union league.
Tho representatives of tho printing
! trades attonded a business session ot
the board oi! control, whoro important
jjlHjjj anattcni v.-ere considered. Dclcjratea
llral 3rom tho Western Federation of Minora
Sju and tho United JMino Workers of Anicr
cSBjjj aca vrero in conference today at an
ijRf 'ffl important mooting of tho mining dc
Bl jj partraoul.
Preparing for Convention.
Bljjj T?rosidonl; Jamea Short and Secretary
fnm?l "W. J. Spencer nrc preparing for the
laj$8 convention oi' tho Buildinn; Trades do-
iffljCi parfcment, which will go into Beasion
(IjlHl when the federation convention ends.
Wxi Delegates to tho Building Trades do-
S partment report over 700,000 members.
ImM Biennial conventions will bo urged
PI Wesloy Russell, secretary treasurer
jjfl of tho Commercial Telegraphers '
KM union, has appcnled to this convention
Sj for aid in organizing commercial
18 telegraphers oH ovor the United
'&W States. He is pointing out to the dele
J S gates the history of the warfare that
I 3slr 3C eleprapb companies hnvo waged
I MB against tho Commercial Telegraphers'
1 M union and has won many supporters.
J By! The commercial" telegraphers are pio-
nccrs in tho labor movement. They
Iffiln were first organized in 186I and for
m nearlv fifty yenrs havo been obliged
S'mn to strugglo to advanco against terriblo
Kflm opposition. They wore obliged to en
lira gage in strikes in defense of their
j Wl rights in 1S70, 1S83 and 1907.
igffi . Against Innovation,
jl Homer J). Call is a delegate from
iURlti tac Meat Cutters and Butcher Work-
Iore. On the proposition to elect offi
cers to the American Federation of
Labor by the initiativo anil referen
dum ho says:
"The movement would prove an ab
solute failure. On tho proposition we
havo sent out to bo voted on by the
membership not 20 per cont has voted;
in fact only alb out 40 jier cent of the
locals "paid any attention to them at
all. hence, in my opinion, tho present
system of choosing officers is pref
Tho cigarmakera ' delegations, of
which President Gompere is a mem
ber, had 420 votes in this convention.
There are five delegates.
Chairman .Richard H. Curran of tho
Rochester Trades Union reception com
mittee ia seated as a dologat in the
convention with tho molders. This
union will cast 500 voteB. It is rep
resented by four dolegates. There are
114 1 dolegates from central or state
bodies with only one voto apiece. So
the bulk of th0 total of 18,499 votes
will be caBt by about 250 delegates.
I NEW CEMENT MIXER
: READY FOR BUSINESS
Sevuiily-flvo wagonloads or aspliaJlmn
pavinf? mixture enough to pave 2000
squaro yards will be tho daily capacity
of the new mixing plant InsLalled just
wcsl of tho Paltalr depot by.. Contractor
G. A. Kernan. The plant will be .started
upon its first batch of asphalt tomor
row. The prepared material will be used
on Second South, between Main and
State streets, as well ns In other placea
about the city, according to Mr. Heman,
who said last night that everything- would
bo ready for autivo operation bv Mon
The asphaltum. In processes of prepara
tion for mixing with tho sand and gravel,
will be melted in tvo immense buckets,
having twenty-two tons capacltv each,
capable of taking care of a whoJe'corload
of the black hot liquid at one time. Tho
melted material is to be drawn off upon
tho sand and gravel, after It has reached
h toinperaturo of 300 degrees, through
pi pen that tap tho caldrons, which does
away with tho old-fashloncd custom of
dipping and pouring.
The plant -is built upon a steel freight
car and requlrcH only twenty-four hours'
time to prepare it for cither operation or
removal to wherever the railroad track
eocs. Toiler, self-dumping automobllo
trucks will b.j Installed to handle the out
put of the machine.
II THIEVES TRY TO BORE
I HOLE THROUGH DOOR
If An allempt to enter the roar door
; "Of the Western Barber Supplv com
ft Pitny'a store, 114 West Second South
Htroet, wan made last night shortly af
BB tor 12 o'elouk. Tho method was by
fj making a hole through the panel to
in set nt the lock, in the samo manner ns
(3 the attempt on tho door of tho Hoover
ft ' Drug store yesterday morning.
IS Jt S. Vaushan, 37 years of ngc. was
m syreatcfl near the place hy Patrolman
11 . A. Lund, and held on suspicion. A
M brace and bit which Jiad been uspd in
Jn boring holes in the door were found and
a taken to police hcadquartera. A sec
IB ond man ran Yhf:n the policeman or
Wi acred him to throw up Ida hands and
ttj iliousli the patrolman fired twice ho
in made his escape.
I Porto E-ico's New Wonder.
From far away Porto Uino coine re
ports of a wonderful new disoovcry
that is bclioved will vastly benefit the
people. Itainon 'P. Marchan of Baroo
lonetu, writes: "Dr. King's New Bis
covcry in doing splendid work horo. Tt
curod mo about live times of terrible
coughs and colds, also my brother of a
r.ovcro cold in his cheat and more than
twenty othoru, who used iL on my ad
vice. Wo liopo this fjreat medicine will
yet be sold in every djug slora in Por
to Rico." For throat auL lung trou
bles there is nothing butter. A trial
will convince you of 1I3 merits. SOc and
$1. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed. Iby
Mi .TUSTHITE COAL, all Idnde, caro-.'
nt fully scrceued. Allianoo Coal Co., 11;
Hn Alam utrcefc, Pliono Wa3. 4443.
"Au.Iouh M'Ife" Give 10 to 1T drops of
the following in water an hour before
each meal and your child will aoon bo
curod of bcd-welllng: Comp. lluld buhn
worl, 1 ovt. ; tincture cuboUs, 1 drain; tinc
ture ihus-aromatlc, S drams.
"La nnie" write: "Kor many years 1
hnvo suffered with stomach and bowel
trouble which has boon cauacd by a
severe ease of catarrh. My blood ia
jiIho in poor condition. What can be done
Answer: If you follow tho directions
givon below you will oon bo well and
strong again. Obtain tho following from
any well stocked drug storo and mix by
shaking well, then take a tcaspounful
four times dally: Syrup saimparilla
comp, l 07.H., comp. fluid balmwort. 1 oz.,
1111111 o.xr. jiucau. a oz. use in connection
with this tho following local treatment
Get a 2-az. paclcago of antiseptic, vllane
powder and make a catarrh balm by mix
ing one ounco of lard or vaaollnc with a
level tcanpoonful of the powder and use
In the nostrils dally. Also make a wash
of one pint, of warm water and one-half
teaspoonful of vifane powder and uac
two or three times a day until the nos
trils arc thorougldv cleansed and your
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"Elsie M." -wTltcs: "I have such short,
strin,g', strangling hair and my scalp Is
full or dandruff. Please advise what to
Answer The bast advice I can offer Is
simple. Get at a well stocked drug store a
l oz. jar of plain yellow mlr.yol, direc
tions accompanying, and use It regularly.
It promotes a healthy, vigorous growth of
hair and cures dandruff, itching scalp, lus
tcrless hair and stops falling hair. If the
hair- Is harsh and straggling it restores a
soft, flufry appearance, and brings back
tho Intense natural color.
"Hazclle" says: "I would certainly
appreciate something that would Increase
my weight, and tnko away that languid
feeling which I am subjoct to most of the
time. My blood'Ms weak and watory and
my appetite Is poor."
Answer: Your condition is very easily
overcomo If you will follow tho direc
tions rfven below. Ask your druggist for
-three-grain hypo-nuclane tablets and
take according to the directions and your
weight will increase. These tablots pro
moto assimilation, absorption and aid di
gestion, transform the complexion and fig
ure. They are prescribed by physicians
and aro perfectly harmless. They should
be taken regularly for severaJ months -id
you can depend upon gaining flesh and
tliat languid feeling will vanish com
pletely. "D. E. G." writes: "My rheumatism Is
getting worse all the time. I am getting
ao stiff that it makes it very hard for
me to get around."
Answor: Do not worry about your
rheumatism as that can be very easily
cureS by using the following: Get at
tho drug store the ingredients named
and mix thoroughly and tako a teaspoon-
LONDON LIKELY TO
- TAKE STREET TRAMS
Special Cable to Tho Tribune.
LONDON, Nov. 16. During tho great
railroad strikes tho question of nation
alizing tho railroads of Great Britain,
which, Hko tho railroads of the United
States, are now owned by privato compa
nies, was repeatedly raised and thoro Is
now a possibility that as an exporlment
In that d'rectlon tho municipal authorl-.
ties of London or perhaps tho state may
takeMover all the transport facilities of
London, surfaco and underground.
The various tube and omnibus compa-
Such Mlaery-Causlnn Makeshifts Are
the Ruptured Finn's Wor6t Enemies
Depending on es-
tio or upring truss rtjrffl8
liko shown abovo Ms 'rxZifij.
is Httlo less than JPtvAJJVmWI
slow Huiclde. Such S,iXfeffiw?ffif?
contraption!! aro al- VvA''-w w'Sv't
most sure to short. Cfltj'iilIatHfc
en your life. fi'lSS
IV h hard to make Vr!W$'ttfV
them hold, even WajWa
when drawn co
tight that they
scarcely give a minute's peaoe. Thoy
arc simply a curse to wear.
And because they nearly always let
their victims got worso all the time,
they aro yearly forcing thousands of
people into risking their lives by un
These unscientific makeshifts cauao
so much misery and such a shameful
wasto of money that the law should
put a stop to their sale.
Don't Buy Anythlnfj for Rupture
Without Giving It a Thorough Test
Thero'3 only one rcaeon In the world
why you or any one else ever getn sad
dled up with good-for-nothing make
shifts It's simply because you trust to a
mere try-on or hasty examination In
stead of first making a thorough test.
A truss or so-called "appliance" may
seem alright when you first try It on,
or for tho first few days, and after
ward provn utterly worthless.
The only way you can over make
suro of exactly what you are getting
is by sixty day3 trial a thorough day-after-day
And there's only one thing of any
1 kind whatever for rupture that you
can get on such a long trial '
Only one thing good enough to stand
6uch a long and thorough test
That's our guaranteed rupturo hold
er. Only Thing Good Enough
To Stand A 60-Day Test
"WoMI make you a guaranteed rup
turo holder make It to your measure
and send It to you on sixty days
Let you give it a thorough tost with
out asking you to risk a cent
If it doesn't keep your rupture from
coming nut or bothering you In anv
way. no matter how hard you work or
Hlrnln if It doesn't prove every claim
we make then you can send it back
and it won't coat yon a olnglo penny.
See What It Does
This guaranteed rupture holder tho
famous Cluthc Automatic Massaging
Truse la madu on an absolutely new
principle. It ia far more than Juot a
Unlike everything olsc for rupturo,
It la self-regulating, self-adjusting
Instantly and automatically protects
you against every strain, so your rup
turo can't possibly como ouL
Tk Bootor's inswor
- On lhalh and
t Beauty fesiioros
I DY DR. LEWIS BAKER.
I Th (jucstlons- answered below .ire goti
t oral In character: tho symptoms or dis
' catif.'; arc fjlvcn and tho anawcrs will ap
ply to any oiis, of similar nature.
M'heso wishing furl her advice, free, may
address Dr. Lnwis Hakcr, Collego Dldg ,
Oolk'ge-Kllwood Sts., Dayton, OT1I0. cn
("loaliut; elf-addressed, stamped ntivolopo
for reply. Full nnino and addrpsn must bo
given hut. only initials or HeiUous mi mo.
will ho used in my answor.s. The pre
M.iipllona can bo Jilted at any welt
Ftockcd drug storo. Any druggist can
order of whelcsalor.
fill at meal lime and again at bod I lino
and you will soon be ontlrclv cured or
that disagreeable disease, rheumatism,
Pwruhaae - drams of lodldo of potassium:
one-half ounco wino .of colchiciim: 1
drams of sodium salicylate; t o.. comp.
M fluid balmwort: 1 oz. comp. essence car-
r dlol: and i osts. of syrup yar&upurllla.
'jp This has cured thousands and I am sure
It will euro you.
"Musician" aaks: "Can you tell mo
how to overcome a bronchial frouMf
which manifests itself after singing, h
a tickling In the throat, hoarseness and
a slight cough?"
Answer: obtain a bottle of essence
nicntho-laxone and use it pure, or m:i l
Into a cough syrup by mixing with ordi
nary granulated sugar syrup or hoimy.
Directions for uso and how to uiaky ac
company the package. It makes a full
pint of effective pleasant cough syrup
and cures all throat and bronchial trou
.hlc. "Mrs. G. V,." writes: "I suffer a great
deal with stomach disorder.". Heavy feel
ing after eating, heart palpitation, wind
and gas on stomach, etc- Am rcatlpas and
Irritable. Afraid to cat a hearty meal
sometimes great pain. 1 rear appendi
citis." Answer: The neglect of constipation
and Indigestion is the most frequent cause
of appendicitis. 7t Is . hotter Lo ifrovent
than to cure hy an operation. T advlsu
that you obtain tablets triopeptlno and
take according to directions accompany
ing sealed carton. They are pink, white,
and blue, to be taken morning, noon and
night respectively. I think many cases
of appendicitis could be prevented by
using triopepline intelligently.
"Mrs. C. C." writes: "Can you pre
scribe a tonic for one who is alecplcss,
nervous, hysterical, thin and getting thin
ner. Have little appetite and am restless
day and night."
Answer: The following if used for sev
eral weeks will gradually restore and
strengthen your nervous system: Com
pound syrup of hypophosphltes. f or.s. ;
tincture cadomene. 1 or., (not cardamon).
Mix, shake well and take a tcaspoonful
before each meal.
"Miss C- K." writes: "I am burdened
with too much fat and would like a safe
Answer: I would not recommend the
ordinary tablets and pills for obesity, but
hare Is a quick acting formula that ac
complishes big fat reductions and never
causes ill feeling- Aromatic elixir u ozs.,
glycol ar'noleno 1 oz. Shake well in a
bottle and take a. tcaspoonful after each
meal for three days. Double tho dose
thereafter. Continue several weeks or
months as tho case may require.
"Poor H." writes; "My health is very
poor on account of a long-standing con
stipation. T have to use pills or some
thing all the time. Can you prescribe
something to tako that will cure chronic
Answer: Constipation is probably tho
cause of more illness than any other
thing. Most remedies only relieve tho
trouble and never cure. T always pro
scrlbo three-grain sulpherb tablets (not
sulphur tablets), and have found them
most reliable and gradually curative.
They act pleasantly and tone up the
bowels and liver, while purifying the
nic3 of London are now rapidly being
consolidated by the London county coun
cil and as popular feeling here is strongly
against a private monopoly, and experi
ments with municipal ownership have
proved greatly successful on the conti
nent, there is every reason to expect that
London will tako over Its own lines of
transportation rts It has already success
fully taken over its waterworks and docks,
SAVE TIME AND TROUBLE
Looking at all the vacant places in
town. Find tho homo or office that
you need by advertising in tho Want
Ads. They are time Bavers, troublo
Law Should Stop Safe
Of Elastic and Spring Trusses
And in addition to constant holding
without which you can never get
well or even get better, Just as a
broken bono can't knit unless con
stantly held togother in addition to
that the Cluthe Truss provides the
only way over discovered for over
coming the weakness which is tho real
caiiBe of rupturo.
Just how It does that entirely auto,
matlcally Is all explained In the froo
book which tho coupon below will
Will Save You From Operation
Tho Clutho Trusu has such a re
markably strengthening and beneficial
effect that it has completely cured
hundreds and hundreds of peoplo
whose cases seemed almost hopeless.
It bus so thoroughly proved its mer
its that many physicians In all parts
of the country now recommend It in
stead of advising operation.
No Belt No Leg-Straps No Springs
This guaranteed rupturo holder does
away entirely with the curse of bells,
leg-straps, and springs. Peoplo say It
is as comfortablo as tholr clothing. Tt
is water-proof will hold In the bath.
Also persplratlon-proor and easily
Get World's Groatest Rupturo Book
There nro so many wrong Idcaa
about rupturo that wo havo taken the
timo to sum up in a book all wo have
learned during forty years of experi
ence, This rcmarkoblo book cloth-bound,
.16 pages is full of facts never before
put In print.
It shown why dopending on elastic
or spring trusses is about tho worst
Uilng you can do. Kxplnlns why drug
stores and many nolf-atylod "truss
fltters" should not be allowed to sell
tholr misery-making trusses.
It exposes tho humbug "appliances,"
"Methods." "pluaters." etc. and shown
how old-fashioned olastlc trusses ore
masqueraded under false and mislead
H explains tho dangers of operation.
And shows why. If you do manage to
llvo through it. you may havo to keep
on wearing p. truss.
And It tells all about the famous
Clutho Automatic Massacing Truss
how simple It is how it ends constant
expense how vou can tost it on sixty
days trial without having to risk a
penny, and how llttlo It costs if you
AI110 given voluntary endorsements
from over 5,000 bencllted and cured
The minute It taken to write for this
book may make a big difference in I ho
rest of your llfo. Dont fall to get it
Just use tho coupon or simply say In a
letter or postal "Send me your book."
THIS BRINGS IT 1
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125 East 23d St., NEW YORK CITY
Send me your Free Book and Trial
Nam e ,
greatest Sale in f fcf pficpil Mr Ikmm
57 Pianos and Player-Pianos Must Be Sold in the Next Four Bal
C7y- Botli Cash and Time Bayers
I !Jtf ' 7 'jjBSSBBIBii vJ A Do 3aot miss this great opportunity. U vou arc ever goiug to ha
1 I ffilWlg Piano in your home get it during this sale ivlien you can save l'roio
V W ? 175 Now is the time for thc spot Cllsh huyev M'ho hus 1)ecn wa:
t I .liESM'mS V t0r JUSt thlS kind 0J! an PPrtmiity- The lime is NOW and be onl
f 1" MSTTSKS J i Monday morning. It will pay you if you are not prepared ion
ni WSlfim' ) n atfu11 payment. Come in anyhow, bring $1 with you am
sMMmfflm&k4 wil1 set aside your selectlon untl1 yu arc ready i!or it. If vqi
J lmmam- SMk. the morning. Kemember. -vve refund fare, Lollii
I "John, we can now
buy a piano, for we I K '
have 3 years to pay for j Xk !
almost any piano dur
j ing this sale. 99 j
f First Time Offered atl t0 P&y f r a " Vj
tmJJTtwK I Do you need more time? WmiMi -&P ' !
I HANDSOME 1 ' " yU do We give it to llHHHjv !
I CARSTENSEN & ANSON CO . I yS"-" , u ,u i u- j. j
PI IT - li I Bnng your Pocketbook big discounts for cash. Never in the history-
!Ly?rr J piano selling have vou heard f anything like this. Pianos of every mi
i The $42& style. -l are included among these pianos such makes as Weber, Everett, Steinvj
tA?L5AS J panich & Bach, Ludwig, Hardman, Pease, Harvard, Nelson, Russell, G
atthercmarkaDiyiowpriccof hard, Peerless, Harrington, Stuyvesant, Smith & Barnes, Strohber, Ho
iCfei man, Willard, etc. etc. j
J lfk Tomorrow is the day for you to lay everything else aside and make i
&m special order of business to attend this sale of new and used pianos,
EACH you ave n.ot a Piano and want one a good one at little cost thii
Terms $15.00 down aud'$8.oo I your opportunity as never before have such piano values been made to;
?iontllly- people of Salt Lake City. j
I CARSTENSEN & ANSON CO. 1 -HERE IS THE OFFER IN A NUT SHELL. ;
74 south main ST. I There are a number of new sample instruments and instruments t
oSSlSiBgSi: S have been taken in exchange for our new pianos and Pianola-Pianos.
ltWVSr'S I a7so fine h?y can hardJy be told from new- f ,j (
SSoTOSSiflK I We ri.?8 ? ?pecial low price on them because they mU5t be 8 f
So tisi:actor7 1 pur" 1 Sreat holiday stock is coming in and we must have room to take care on;
I In order to close out these pianos quickly we will give to every purely
Namo R free, their choice of six different styles of lady's or gent's gold watch,
Addr , I anteed 20 year case and valued at $25 each on payment of $35 or i
,i cash at time of purchase. Buy your piano now for Christmas.
The Home of Steinway, Weber, Steck PIANOLA-PIANOS. POPULAR SHEET MUSIC-Sc and 10cPerC
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