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: THE S'ALT LAKE. TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1912. 7 l;j
I. j president of Chesapeake
Ohio Visits Salt Lake
j With Party,
i .; "
I u Wliltukcr. vice president of tho
'i Stake & oh0' w,t" headquarters in
I 7. va. with ii party of officials
1 kiltie, w''fi visitors In Salt Lake
'J VcslcnJay. They nrrlvcd In a pri-
1 rir over the Jlarriman lines late
iV nlslit an(l w,n ,eavo th,a fon!
J. qt Paul. Minn. The officials
l at u luncheon In the Hotel
wjtenlay noon and also entcr
liS friends in their i-ar last
inclu'lcl In the Party l addi
rvtr whltakcr aie Thornton Lewis,
"Jj of the Kanawha Dispatch, with
ffrtcrt In Cincinnati; R IJ.
C'gencral manager of the Blue
'nlfD'Urh. with headquarters in
? iii- H 1 Hathaway, general
scent for the Kanawha DIk
!ratfth hcad.piarters In Si LouI..
-rns'lns. local ajrenl for the com
1 nrnt the day with the officials.
jjiMii I" his private car last night,
vhrrtvcCfonl n Pre:'1 Improvement
? business since we were here about
5JS BI.-0 anI :iIhu a general Im
S In 'i l'lisliK'SS cvorywliero we
S V'e make It a part of our
jS'io vlfcli our shippers uhout twice
IikJ luivo found I hat It pays. We
in lliat wav with whom we are
Jaw! tlicy know us ami that wo
Sralotifi to set their business and
Att sooJ service. Of course we cn
iv frfn hero and always stay in
Lc City as long as wc can-"
I BOARD RE-ELECTED.
Lake Route Stockholders Make No
i ' Chanacs In the Directorate.
s sekhoUcrs of the Salt Lake Route
i their iinaual business uiueiln? and
' ion of dlrcelors yesterday in the ol
- .of Hie 'cij'al department on the
i i floor of the Kcarns buildlnp. Near-
I of the stock was represented Htlier
rit of by proxy, those present le
IJ, Oomstock, secretary for the
i iiiv: W. II Baiuroft, flrsL vice
5tnV; W S, .McCoinlck. Dr, J. K.
1 Suckcii and Dana T. Smith, sen
t tlorncv for the company. The 011-
tmd of directors wan rc-cleciud.
'rt-t!cctlon of the directors of the
im ib n ro,,nah railroad was nlso
n?,? Ji", 'ic.isame hc directors
and stockholders of the company being
Itoutc" 08 thSU r 11,0 S:iit T',,U
Rait;0nf,ailocI Vr- bracken and W. J.
riicill?i uIuo hcItI 51 "loetlns of the
ral load In the offices of Pierce, CM c -
W v-i,1(Jr i?ancU':- i'-clectcd 11 e
board of directors of that road
Proof of Progress.
i.ihi,i,ei1,1L ,nla-' f a non-German ex
hibit having been Installed in the Berlin
museum wa re.-ently recorded, the ex
hibit bclnjr by the Chicago & North-ISii-e
rJ W company. It is a pC
clail..cd exhibit In prevcnllon of acci
dent n i nd in addition to thc honor of hav
ing tlio exhibit, given a place in th
museum, tne company Is to receive a
commemorative nicdal from the Interna
tional exposition or hygiene at Dresden.
This -Is regarded as an Indication that
.im sT?ly rr.Ht movement, that sUirlcd
wuii this mad and haa now been adopi
ed by most of the roads of the country
will soon become a world-wide movement.
Schlocks Eeturns Home.
Charles H. Schlacks. first vice prep.
Idcnt of the AVcstern Paulflc, and II. M.
Adams, freight traffic manager for the
company, both with headquarters ih Kan
J-ranclseo. returned lo that city yester
day after having been here several duvs.
Now Through Service.
The Chicago & Northwestern Hallway
company will establish through standard
sleeper Ficrvlcc between Minneapolis and
Los Angeles, its through car being at
tached to the Los Angeles Limited. The
new sen-lee. which will be effective De
cember 1. will be by wav of the Chi
cago &. Northwestern, the Union Paciflo,
the Oregon Short Line and the Salt Lake
Blake Back at Desk,
l'lalph Flake of llu passenger depart
ment of the Oregon Short Line returned
yesterday from a vacation of two weeks
which lie spent tin the Pacific coast. Tlo
spent most of the time in southern California.
ON ARIZONA RANCH
CHICAGO, Nov. IS. Stephen Laporte.
p-J.- years old, who gave bis address as
Tucson, Ariz., when arrested here tonight
as a. auspicious character, surprised the
detectives who took him Into custody by
breaking down suddenly arid asserting
that on the night of August 13, 1007, ho.
Mhot and killed Walter Taylor, a. ranch
man, near Tucson. Laporle said he was
an employee of Taylor.
He said he hud bo:ii frocd after a
hasty inquest by a coroner's Jury.
The man Is held here pending a reply
by the Tuc3on police to a telegram sent
by the police hero asking them to Inves
tigate thc story.
ant a Tonic? Go To Your Doctor!
coholatonic? Nol Does it make the blood pure? No! Does!
lengthen the nerves? No! Is Ayer's Sarsaparilla a tonic? I
I .Does it make the blood puie? Yes! Does it strengthen)
nerves? Yes! By asking your doctor you can learn more j
lit this family medicine. Follow his advice. 'h.'&.
Inter mountain News
ASK FRANCHISE FOB
Draft of thc Proposed Grant
Submitted to Utah Coun
Special to The Tribune.
l'UOVO, Nov. IS. Al the regular meet
ing of the county commissioners here to
day a petition for and a draft of a pro
posed franchise was received from John
MaeGlnnlu, Thaddeous S. Lane, V. C.
Alexander and E. Y. Hammer, for a
grant and right of way to operate and
maintain a single and double-track elec
tric railroad over tthe county highway
from thc north lo the south limits of the
county. According to thc franchise the
petitioners aro bound to complete and
have in operation fifteen miles of) road
within three years, and tho life of thc
franchise is fifty years, and thirty daVu
Is given lo accept.
A petition from Salt Lake and Utah
Kail road company, by Its attorney. H. I.
Moore, was also received asking for per
mission to fence thc road now under con
struction. Action on both petition!; went over
until the return of Commissioner Charles
IL Ward, who Is now in Grand Junction
attending thc 'Midland Trail" convention.
To Lay Culvert Pipos,
Spei-lal to The Tribune.
BTUGHAM CITV. Nov. IS. The water
ditches along the streets of tho eitv will
be Improved by the Installation of pipe
culverts on all intersections. This was
made possible by the offer of the Utah
Glazed Cement Pipe company to dispose
of tho cull pipe from their "branch fac
tory In tills clly at a small figure. It will
probably be the intention of ihe city first
to install wide culverts In thc ditches
for the sidewalks and later replace thc
wooden culverts across thc streets with
twelve-Inch cement pipe.
Seek Juvenile Court Plan.
Special to The Tribune.
PKOVO. Nov. S. The juvenile court
of this district will of necessity ho reor
ganized the first or the year. Judge C.
,1. Wahlqulsl. who has held the position
of juvonllc judge for a year or more, was
clci'led county attorney of Wasatch coun
ty at Ihe last, election, and has moved
his orilco lo Hc-ber City. There are sev
eral aspirants tor the Juvcnllo judgeship,
among them boing "W. C. Wootten, a
candidate on tho Republican ticket for
county recorder; Heber C. Hicks, a news
paper man of this city, and Shcrlft Georgo
T. Judd. It Is said all of these men have
strong backing for thc position.
So far there la but one man spoken of
for the office of Juvenile probtalon officer,
K. F. ltoper. who has filled thc position
for several years, Is a candidate to suc
ceed himself. Then; Is some talk here of
asking the Juvenile court commission to
appoint a lady probation officer, but
whether this will be done is not known
GOES EAST SUNDAY.
New Idaho Senator Receives Commission
and Take6 Oath.
Special to The Tribune.
B01SI3. Idaho, Nov.' 18. United State3
Senator IC. I. Perky today received his
commission, took the oath of office and
wired his credentials lo Washington, lie
announced the appointment of C. PL Ar
bucklc of Boise as his private secretary.
Mr. Arbuckle is a former state game
warden of Idaho.
Probably no man In Idaho spent two
more strenuous days than did Senator
Perky Sunday and today. He wa show
ered with telegrams of congratulations
from this and other states, from President-elect
Wilson and from William Jen
nings Bryan. Senator and Mrs. Perky
lcavo next Sunday for Washington.
Runaway Proves Fatal.
Special to Thc Tribune.
PROVO, Nov. 18. Jedcdiah Eldrcdgc.
T5 years of age. a highly respected
resident of American Fork, died here
this morning following an amputation
of tho right leg, which was Injured In a
runaway accident last week. He Is sur
vived by two sisters, Mrs. W. T. Brown
of Provo and Mrs. William Huggard of
American Fork, and other relatives. Thc
body will bo sent to American Fork,
where funeral services will bo conducted.
U. S. Orders Utah Cement.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BRIGHAM CITY", Nov. 18. Thc Ogdon
Portland Cement company Is receiving
heavy orders from the government these
days, and already has enogh from thlB
source alone to run tho plant night and
day during the winter. During the sum
mer they filled an order for 40,000 barrels
of cement for the reclamation service In
Idaho. A day or two ago another gov
ernment order was received, calling for
100,000 barrels of cement, which Is equal
to 520,000 sacks.
Taft in Washington.
WASHINGTON". Nov. IS, President
Tait returned to Washington from New
Haven tonight at li:.".5 o'clock. He was
accompanied by Charles D. Hlllee, chair
man of the Republican national commit
tee, who will at once take up anew hie
dullc'a us secretary to the president.
Stop coughinrl You rack tho luns
and worry tho body. Ballard's Horo
hound Syrup chocks irritation, heals
the lungs aud restores comfortable
breathing. Prico 25c, 50c and $1.00 per
bottle. Sold by Schramm- Johnson,
Drucs, 5 cood stores.
1 1 Hold up the traffic! Stop the crowd!,
1 1 Everybody listen!
J ' k Have you seen the ENCHANTED
l Have you smoked Zubeidas? , - - ..x, . ,
Will Hold Session Here Pre
liminary to National Con
vention in Cheyenne.
S. W. McClurc, secretary of tho Na
tional Woolgrowcrs association, with
headquarters In Gooding. Ida., was in
Salt Lake yesterday In an effort to
stimulate interest In thc forty-ninth an
nual convention of the association, which
will be held January 'J, 10 and 11, In
Cheyenne. He visited different wool
growers during the dav and called at
thc offices of the Utah Woolgrowcrs asso
ciation. When seen yesterday in the of
fices of G B. Stewart, secretary of the
Utah Woolgrowcrs association, Mr. Mc
We aro going to have a busy ses
sion In Cheyenne, as there arc Im
portant Issues to be considered.
Among them arc thc tariff, and thc
land-leasing qucKtions. A movement
Is on in tho ea.stcrn states to demand
the leasing of all public lands in the
west, the minimum price to be 4 cents
an acre. As some of thc desert lands
where sheep arc run during llio "win
ter and early summer, and where
only they cun llvo. are so barren that
it requires from five to fifteen acres
for each sheep, one can easily see
that it brings thc pasturage up
pretty high. Not only thc price is
objectionable, but thc law. If It goes
through, will place tho entire matter
in the hands of thc secretary of
agriculture, from wii03e decision
there is no appeal.
The National Woolgrowcrs asso
ciation has done much toward re
ducing the freight on wool, having
brought the rate froiH '1AZ to $1.75
a hundredweight during thc past
year. During the session In Chey
enne we will consider these and
other questions of Importance to uu
and be prepared to put our side of
them before congress at the ispcclul
session that will be called by Prcsl-
i State associations are meeting nil
over thc country preparatory to the
national convention. Mr. Stewart has
just Informed me that the Utah asso
ciation will be asked to meet In Salt
Lake City January l and 7 We arc
going to have good speakers and
many prominent men at thc conven
tion, and every locality where there
are sheop should be represented.
Scarlet Fever Epidemic at
Minersville Beyond Con
trol of Local Officials.
Considerable trouble Is being experi
enced by health officials at Minersville,
Utah, whore an epidemic of scarlet fever
has gotten beyond the control of J. M,
Fisher, the local health offlcor. It Is
rosuiblo that the state board of health
may Intervene and quarantine the town
from the remainder of the state.
According to Information received by
Dr. T. B. Beatty, secretary or thc slalo
board of health, citizens of thc town ob
outdy disregard the quarantines placed
on tho homes where there is scarlet fe
vor. Tho latest violation reported la the
tearing down of more than a flozen quar
antine flags. Thc person or persons who
did this are not known, but an Investi
gation is being conducted and If the
guilty parties arc found they will be
Dr. Beatty roceived word from Health
Officer Fisher yesterday saying that even
prominent men of the town rfuso to
stay In their homos when quarantined
and that tho situation has gone beyond
his control. Ho slates that he will bo un
able to enforce the law unless he lo given
"It Is possible that radical action will
bo taken at once," said Dr. Boatly this
morning. "Thore Is a general defiance of
thc laws there and If those people wish
to do this way, they themselves can live
in their scum and they will not be per
mitted to endanger the health and llvus
of the other people of tho state."
Weather forecast for Salt Lako City; Fair
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Comparative weather data at Salt Lako
Clly Novombor 18, 1J12:
Highest tcmporature today was Gl de
grees; highest In this month since 1S74
was 74 degrees; lowest last night was 54
degrees; lowest this month since 1371 was
2 degrees below zero; mean temperature
for today was 41 degrees; nonna-1 was 50
degrees; accumulated excess since the
l first of thc month Is 43 degrees; accumu
I lated deficiency since January 1 Is S03 de-
I "Relative humidity at C a. in. today was
63 per cent;, relative humidity at K p. m.
todav was 50 per cent.
Total precipitation for tho twonty-four
hours ending at 6 p. rn. was none; total
for this month to date was 1.01 Inches;
accumulated excess for this month to date
is .25 of an Inch; tolal precipitation since
Jamiurv I to date Is 17.70 Inches; accumu
lated excess slnco January 1 Is oS
Sun rises at 7:30 a. m. and acts at o:07
p. m. November 10, 1012.
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SALT LA ICS 44 fT St .00
Boise 48 GO 21 .00
Chcyunno 42 H2 IiG .00
Cldcago 02 til 111 .00
Des Molntis 541 701 Sit .00
Dodge City 54 70 20 .00
Duliith I 44 52 231 -00
Durango 42 51 2t .00
Grand Junction 42 51 2SI .00
Havre 54 02 t .00
Helena 52 54 IM .00
Huron 48 U0 22, .00
Jacksonville 5tf US 4t .00
Kansas City 5tJ 6 38 .00
Lander SB 38 22 .00
Los Angeles OS 72 00 .00
Modena 4S 5S 21 .00
Moorhead 40 of. 21 .00
New Orleans SO 60 -IS .00
New York 34 10 Stif .00
North Plutto T0 6S 24 .00
Oklahoma CI CS 341 .00
Phoenix I OS 74 4S) .00
Pociitcllo I i'i 51 3t;( .00
Portland. Or 56 CS 4S1 .00
Rapid City 4 6(5 HO, .00
Roseburg r'C CO 38 .00
San Diego 70 7S 02! .00
St. Louis I 50 021 SSI .00
St. Paul I 50 501 2S .00
San Francisco Gl OS 54 1 .00
Seattle &- 48 1.20
Sheridan 34 41 22 .00
Spokane 4 5S 36 .00
Tonopah GO 54 40 .00
Washington KS -H3 SS .00
Wllllston 4fi 581 30! .00
Wiimemucea 1 CO) G2 281 .00
j The Ardmore JackeT I
One woman said: "I want a little 111 I
I jacket to wear under my coat. It must be h I
pretty, of course, and warm. It must not j I
be clumsy. But most of all it must be easy m
to make." Wouldn't you like to have such j I
'a garment? Well, here it is. Hardly :
necessary to tell how useful you would find 1 1
J it or what an acceptable gift it makes. The r
cost is trifling. Mail the coupon below j
for complete directions. The Ardmore M j
j Jacket is made of Fieisher's German- j E
j I town Zephyr, 4-fold, one of the fifteen, j M 1 1
I I the yarns whose sturdy strength and beauti- 1 1 j
ful finish have made them thc standard. Every i p j' H
I I skein bears a trade-mark ticket that is an un- p j j Wt
I I conditional guarantee of highest quality. Al- j J jl
I I ways insist on the Flcishcr Yarns. Look for j St
I trademark on every skein. J H
I I Knitting Worsted fgfc Superior lee Wool 2 ISP
JJreailcn Snxny .SjEStK .Shetland Zephyr 8 j H!
R S Spanish Worsted TffP .. 4&ZKt&A Spiral V-nrn g j KMi
I Shetland Fiona 8L? PC5jrpM7OgS Pmicln Shetland j J vai
Gcrmantotrn Zephyr F" iVrf' ty "Ichland Wool fl
'J and S-foIrt) p$ vltSUifS' Coslxmcrc Tnro n lllf:
ElderdOTrn Wool sK3f5 Aimora Wool K 3 im
54&5 Golf Vam H Jfllj
C Mail thU Coupon lo S. B. & B. W. FLEISHER, PhUadJphi8 l0n I jli
2'arnc , , City J k
Street . . n'ljl .. t I n Im
D BaaM wwa ffjJIBSl M
' FREE LESSONS IN KNITTING V
tLr P7fi Jm Miss prace Irvin, an oxjierfc needle- pl
iLtiblifl S )ffl woman, will ho glad io phow yon any- Sjl
, "'V, n."7) tiling yon visli to know about knitting Jfcl
NF' and i-rochetlntj. Meet lior iu our Art
Tboso who have alrcadv taken advantage of tho opportunity Jj 5
liavo felt, well rupaid aud Lavo also been delighted with the iSU- j ' E
TABLE EXHIBITION OP GAItALEXTS MADE OL' THE g
FLEISHER YARNS li
Shoving" thc very newest models iu sweaters, ?si5s5x. IrlS
shawls, Afghans, blankets, etc. IkH
The Fleisher Ttarnkids Wjfm ffll
"Will he ono of tho most popular novelties of P547 ff:1!
tho season. You will certainly bo interested vSjogSa tV jl'j
also well repaid by an interview with Alius xggg
igPf OUB DRUG STOR10 IS AT ;t.T"7 , , aSV
Wy 112-111 SO. ilAIN ST1USET ".L , SlfejC W& !
Ono of. theso seven hinds will suit
(not toot) you.
Abordeon Black Haw;3c
Castle Gato Olcar Crcok
Your Uncle Sam Buysciuc of thoin.
CS Main St, C55 So. -1th West.
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Attractive rates for tickets botween New
Tork and all Scotch, English, Itlsh. Con
tinental and Mediterranean Points. Su
perior Accommodation, Excellent Cuisine.
Efficient Service. Apply for Reservation
to local agunt of Anchor Lino or HEN
DERSON BROTHERS. General Aront
SSI 2 MAIN STREET. I fEjfl
Honest Work 9 Wm
Honest Prices 1 M
S PnlnleM xtmctton ot teeth or ao pay. I 9kI
i All work gur.r.ntecd. 0 Mu
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