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't E SALT LA KM TRIBUNE THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1012. 3 r
All Engagements as a
linary to Getting
own to Work.
;VONi "v- 331'. The. .first
idly tor tho coming session
wade Uiclr appearance about
nml While bouse today. The
ulttco on bunking unci cui
0 plnn a resumption of the
at" investigation. December
of tin, house appropriations
pciin uorlt on the annual sup
Si'Jxt year. :..hI President
llns all engagements for the
ye. iiituiiswI to begin tonior
3g his annual mcasago to
crstood President Tafr will
fan adopted last year, of d -eDaralo
mcst-agoa bl:i roooni
imoii many different sub
first message. 1 be acnl to
511 after U meets, probably
si In character, with parllou
i slvcii In Uiu achievements
r In relations with foreign
liilo subsequent messages will
lanclal affairs, antl-mst and
slallon. I lie army and navy,
joy.ol establishment of a hud
for llio estimating of federal
tj. Secretary Knox tool:
president lo'Jay some care
er! statu department data on
esdoiial "money trust" eoin
r a conference In Chairman
carlv in the day. determined
1 waring December !i. -when
ill in tile financial world will
testify- TIu- committee will
'inJliv to clear up that branch
dealing i i li tho operations
changes and clearing-house
Without additional powers
- congress. It will bo unable
llio Inquiry into tho "eon
f, money and credits."
I'ia soro lliroat with Ballard's
fliiolnionl. Ouo or two applica
nt euro it completely. Price tHc,
icd $1.00 per bottle. Sold by
Din-Johnson, Drugs, 5 ood stores,
R? boy's appetite in often the
.'M )f amazement. If you would
neb an appetite take Charnbur
Tablcts. Thoy not; odIv create
r&y appetite, but strengthen the
tl'aud cnublc it to do its work
illr. Tor talo by all dealers,
pj Also, Sees No Kcason
;hy He Should Spend "His
imc Discussing Guesses.
JnOTON, Bermuda. Iday 20. "All
skiIb aboul selections for the eahl
y lie disregarded until 1 make the
incemcnt mysolf," declared Presl
t'tft Wilson tonight when lie was
.thc reports published in tho United
itmor "Wilson said ho had not of--pr
Intimated an offer of a position
.cabinet to anyone, it is learned
jpllain J. Bryan hae not been in
jo Bermuda and It is said lie i:i not
ited hero during 3ir. "Wilson's slay.
tfCrtOSS, Ga.. Nov. 20. "X liavc not
WMIth Mr, Wilson since tha cloc-
Tm'JW Imvo never discussed with Id in
lmV "mi5 any "crJjon in connection
jBp1)' ofllcc and I have no intention
Ltoswer was mado tonicht by AVli
JfP' Bryan in reply to reports that
to visit (lie president-elect
B5K,I()" With a cabinet appointment.
JBp'b'Ic knows that Governor Wll
gjHM Kn to Bermuda, to rest and
V;1S not selecting a cabinet. " Col
Uwryau added. "They ought (o let
IR tlic Meeting and not spend their
JBfi Euesslnjr. If they do guess, 1
jBf reason why i should apnd my
.in dlwut-slii" lh;r Kucaaus."
FEDERAL SUGAR CO.
J TOru. .Vov. -jo. -United States
K. .?.kl1' loc,ll i:,,":d Claii3 A.
its with paporii In the ?ovc:rnmcnl
;,c'JVnr ""' ' 1 ltl.0S0.93 a-s
wiles alleccd to bo duo on Inipor
fu.inivv' s,,"ar. jaifl lo havo been
?Mi J actaliifi. the I'odcrnl Suptr
FS ronipnny nf Voiiltyrs. or which
i r?," P'''Klilciil. TJndcr-vul-mi
1-0 cargoes of raw suar i3
!Jll Ix the roPtilt of tho -esieral Jn
WlOIl ,lf l. cunto,,, ,ii.r by Col
tft'i after lie Aiuorican is u gar rie
: sonipany uiidcrwcighinp: . lmniir.
UkIc Hrou. and other :ucnr inipor
Fo big cash ftctllemcnts with thu
Wnl wli.-n charged with uiuler
;at thv Kedoral company, it
Rftl' ll:3 rofiiHed to do ho.
JBL8,?, c,tV. Hov. 0. 'I'ony Bran
aK, . ''?iVM na Charles Brown, who
V"1" OrocltK was arrested by
S,1, .secret service agent today
Kt , circulating counterfeit
mS8cU afturnoon, pleaded
W D?n,; !e t''llu, boforo a United
(Mi w?, 2i nio.nci" :,"d was bold to the
S JlJ Pleiidod not guilty. Of
V'Iia L Vranco bi his confession
'4Thn.?c'!,Vc,, 11,0 counterfeit money
imt lm Johnson and lm A.
HK-'j "?w held by federal authori-
jR Silled in Auto Accident.
BriKur J1. sa1,1 o bo a. wealthy oil
IWon? pbila..loIpbi.i, was killed and
ihtii n. Wcro hurt near hero to
"Bujj,t m,)t"r Wlv tlu!V wvrK drlv-
CUE USE OF IKE
MIS ILLEGAL ACTS
(Continued from Page OncO
ciau in a Texas cily. Thr. doctor could
not bo induced Jo I'oininit himsol.f,
Then the caller, in apparent despair,
bewail lo vycop oopiousl y. Tho doctor
p.attcd him on i ho (buck and said sooth
ingly: "Now. my boy. Ihat-'a all ribt. 7Tv
I Ictlor t,) you 'is clear enough. You
Know, wo have to bo very cure ful to
Kuard against tJiusu postal )ieoplc who
are eouslantly hounding us."
He then gavo thu weeping visitor all
the evidence he needed to complete his
In another ease the inspectore worked
for months' boforo (hov obtained evi
dence upon which a conviction would
be possible. Numerous incriminating
let tips wore received from the suspected
persons Jnit all of them v.cnj mailed,
not from a oily, but on through railway
mail I rains. In this ease tho jurisdic
tion of i.hp -iii.cpnctors had to be deter
mined positively, and that could not
be done through loiters mailed on
Finally two letters were mailed from
thu city in vhi'.h the accused resided.
As part of tho natlon-'vldc crusade of
tho government u'-rniiit the use of the
malls for advertising criminal operations
on women, 1:311a Mariin was arrested yes
terday nt the borne of .l,iz::lo Giejilor.
Third North ntrucl. She had beoii
indicted by tho United Status grand .lury
n ovidMjio gathered by L,. A. AlcOec,
The hint was dropped in tho federal
building yesterday al'tornomi that more
prosecutions of women in Salt l.akc
would bo instituted. ThcO.larlln woman
is accused of sending .several letters out
koC the slate. ofTerlng to perform opera -lions.
Plie was locked In the county Jail
and until a late hour had not furnished
It Is alleged that she confessed 'o tho
Inspector at least that her services had
been sought by women In Salt Lake. II
is understood that IMc.Gcc had' secured
information that will result in the arrest
of several physicians, '''ho grand jury
Is in session and to what extent its In
vestigation will go is problematical.
OH PACIFIC COAST
SAX FUAXCISCO, Xov. 20. Thtrty
nlno of fifty arrests attempted on the
Pacific coast, by the government in the
criisado against misuse of the mails bad
been made at S o'clock tonight, and II
was expected that this number would be
increased before the nighl ended.
In California twenty of twenty-seven
warrants vero served, vhllo on iho .north
coast nineteen of l.wenty-threo persons
under indictment were taken Into custody.
The arrests . include a county coroner
and the proprietors of an immense drug
store in the heart of Oakland. Cal., but
mo?t of ihcm were of persons not well
known in business or professional life.
lyat" tonight It was slated that all but
one of the persons in California for whom
warrants were issued had been appre
Or. lid ward Pcabody, against whom an
indictment Is said to havo been returned,
could not be found, and is believed to
have fled the city. The search for Dr.
Peabodv today disclosed the fact that
a. voung girl died several months ao
.trior a criminal operation which, the
police assert, was performed by Pcabody.
In view of the approaching arrest, the
case was kept secret.
Result of Denver Raid.
Special to The Tribune.
DISN'VcJrt, Nov. 20. Through the ef
forts of foHluffict' Inspector AleGcc of
KalL Lake Oily, warrants were sworn
out today agajnst tlvo Denver practi
tioners and nudwJvos for using the malls
for criminal 'purposes. The warrant b
were, placed in the liands oi Deputy
United Stales Marshal Tom Clark, who
made the arrests.
Those named arc: Dr. Cluirles 1L oraoo,
Dr. .r. 13. Thompson. Mrs. ITrarieun Bode,
who keeps a maternity home; Mrs. Pau
lina Riebe. midwife; Mrs. Minnlo V
Johns, nurse, owner of maternity home.
Mrs Johns was not arrested today, but
consented to appear before the United
States commissioner tomorrow. McGce
and Ncls-i'ii of tho local ofClcc gathered
Iho greater portion of tho evidence in
Three in St. Louis.
ST l,OinS, Nov. "o.--Threw persona
were indicted In St. 1juIm in tho govcrn-
inent'H movement against ailcgen crimi
nal medical practice. Mrs. Ilulda Koch,
proprietor of a maternity home, wan ar
rested today. It was charged that tho
mails were misused. A warrant was Is
sued against GiiHtav V. Jacobs, manager
of "a drug company, and deputy United
States jiuir.sluils sought him eaiiy in tho
day Another idlermcnt was returned
against a woman, who died before the
warrant could bo served.
FKOR1A Nov 20.--Albert Zimmerman,
proprietor ' of one of tho city's IciuJIng
drug stores, was arrested today by
United States Marshal Ulnek in connec
tion with tho simultaneous raids being
made throughout the country, lie gw.ve
bond for his appearance at tho April
term of tho federal court here.
Thirteen Arrests Made.
CHICAGO, Nov. 130. Ten arrests wore
made here today by postal IiiKpectors In
a nation wide movement against doctors
and persons advocating methods eoridu
to raoc suicide. It was declared
raids were being made iduuiltancously all ;
iiver the country. Tho upCi-ino charge ,
against the pernons arrested is using the
nf-LlIs in connection with a business under
the ban of the government.
Among those arrested by the Chicago
postal Inspectors wore George I . J-ocXlle.
Arnold 13. P. I1?'"''' birgaret L.lv
iiiKSton. J. ! O. Trudel, Osgood b. BIl-
m:s and .1, J. MJlosch. W. D. Munn, 1-an-nlc
Nrln and Annie Ma-soniolc of Chicago.
Three additional arrests were made
tonight here, making a total of thirteen
Kansas City Victims.
KANSAS CITY, Nov 130, Dr. J. Val
entino Studor of this city wa:s arrested
today by postal authorities, charged
Willi criminal medical practices. The ar
rest" of A. IJ. Chatflcld. Jr., and .fames"
a' I'iarrlson. members of a remedy com
pany in Wichita. Kan., and of Mack 3Io
bari. a druggist in Torcka, Kan., on
charge or adverting ineruw eontrlbu
t'ory to race sidcide. worn reported to
YOU'RE "All to the QoJ" 1
uu the appeffic is ken and vonr tsehiiou perfect; K
but -yyhai a diffETCtaco 0
thft jjkomattti -gaoB "bai&r-' -cm jafl, uto -filte ifirtn- "be- M j
Seines Insgr :imd rtfan hows&s idipf. In -findi casrai jtdu jtsd W ;
i nvSTEiltiro bitters I
evr: it roaJly dncs the vr.arlc. All Prnsgist. g
pWllUmrm ., .uijuuJW wi " 'T,
MUCH MOHEY TIED bT
j Half Million Dollars Wagered
i on Eleclion in California:
" Roosevelt Still Leads.
SAN KISANCISCO, Nov. :!0. Wilh the
eanvans of thirty-four our of fifty-eight
counties In tlie state completed by the
statisticians in the office of the secretary
of alato, Poosevelt maintains a margin
over Wilson of sixty-five votes. This Is on
Iho face of unofficial returns from tho
counties not canvassed.
Prospective changes not yet officially
recorded, however. Indicate that Griffin,
heading the Wilson electoral ticket, will
nnvo a Plurality over WnJIacr, high
Jloosevolt elector. In tho final compula
tiona. Vaihico ran behind his ticket in
!oo Angeles and several other countlca,
while (ho unofficial returns roporled for
tiiose counties gave the highest vote cant
for any elector on Iho Progressive ticket.
In Ms Angeles :oun(y alone, it In known,
Wallace ran 174 votes behind Wheeler,
another Roosevelt elector.
It is estimated that more than a half
million dollars In election bets Is tied up
a-iv-alting the end of die official f count,
in the state. Tho situation has oecn com
plicated by the announcement of a. lead
ing hotting commissioner, who holds ?'if.
000 Of ibis sum. that he will pay off ac
cording to which candidate wins a ma
jority of thy California electors. Instead
or basing payments on the liJchesl voto
cast roc any elector on cither ticket. As
many wagers wore made on tho probable
size of the plurality for Wilson or Roose
velt, chlu decision, which Is llk"lv to be
followed by other stako holders,' leaves
speculators in a ouandary.
LOS ANGKLES. Nov. 20. Arguments
on tho writ of mandamus naked by tho
Democrats county commit tco to compel
the board of .supervisors to canvass the
vote east. November fi "under womo uni
form system." were resumed today be
fore tho district court of appral.
No charges of fraud were made by tho
DOG IS RUN OVER
Lloyd D. Paslorius of Eric, Pa.,
Seriously Wounds Mr, and
Mrs. W. IT. Porstcr.
fy International News Seruc.
lCnrel. Pa., Nov. 330. Infuriated when
Iheir automobile ran over his hound near
Walnut Creek, fourteen miles west of
Eric, this afternoon, Lloyd D. Pastorlus,
aged "o, tired both barrels of a. shotgun
at Mr. and Mrs. "William II. Forstcr and
their chauffeur, George Keller.
Mr. and Mrs. Porstcr were leas than
ton feet away when Paslorius fired and
the charge from both barrels struck them
full in the face. One side of Mrs. Por
ster's face was practically torn away and
Mr. Porstcr's face and head were riddled
by tho shots. Keller was not seriously
Injured. Mr. and Mrs. T)rstcr were hur
ried to the Hanict hospital. "Their con
dition is very critical.
Pastorlous was arrested and 13 "being
held pending the outcome of the injurios
of ills victims.
Mr. Forstcr Is president of tho TIn.yca
Manufacturing company, one of tho larg
est industries in this city, as well as pres
ident, of thu Northwestern Pipe, Wrench
& Supply company, JIo and I1I3 wife are
prominent in tho exclusive society of
local postal Inspector. All four men
previously had been indicted by federal
Mrs. Clara Austin, a warrant for viiotc
arrest was issued in Oklahoma. City,
Okla., was apprehended this afternoon
in Memphis, Term."
WICHITA. Nov. ."JO. A. r,. Chalfield
and James Ilarrlson, arrested in connec
tion with the government crusade ugninst
Illegal medical practices, were arraigned
before a United Slates commissioner late
today and released on ?1000 ball each.
Both men were Indicted here secretly
Chat field formerly was Untied States
pension cxamiiitr here. Harrison has
been manager for a largo lumber com
pany for yeurs here, having general man
agement of the jards thmughout Kansas
Arrests in Oklahoma.
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.. Nov. CO.
With the arrests hero today of Dr. G. W.
Scasliultz, charged with misnso or the
malls to promote an Illegal medical prac
tice. W. M. Wcstfall and W. P Wcst
fil charged with curculating matter i"on
duelvo to race suicide, and the arrest
in El Heno of Dr. Augusta 1. True, (he
serving of warrants in Oklahoma In con
nection with the postal department's raid
No action in connoetiun with tho cru
sade was talum In Muskogee yesterday
by tho federal grand Jury, which was ex
pected to return an indictment there.
Elder in the Net.
HOLD EN, Mo., Nov. 20. Thp arrest
here today of Dr. Edward Andnisu in
connection with tho postal department's
crusudo against illegal medical practices
caused a sensation in tills unlet com
Dr. Andrnso Is an elder In tho Pres
byterian ehuroli, superintendent of the
Sundav Kohool and a director of the
Holdcn Commercial club.
JIo la IS years old and has a wife, a
voung daughter nnd son in high school.
Mrs. Andrnss is a social leader, member
of the Shakespeare club and formerly a
member of the Womon's Christian Tem
Five in Indianapolis.
INDIANAPOLIS. Nov. 20. Four men
and a woman were arrested here today
in thef federal raid. They are:
Dr. C. A, Henry. F, V. Clark, pres
ident of a rubber manufacturing com
pany: MIhb Nellie Whelan. employed by
the company; 13- E- Morrison, wealthy
merchant, prominent in church work; Dr.
S. P. Stoddard.
St Paul Arrests.
ST. PAUL. Nov, 20. Thoae arrested
here in the government "purity cruuulc"
ire Mrs. Hose Gilbert, Mrs. JOrncstlna
3Cich. Harry Sansby, Ida Pearson and
Cincinnati', ss'ov. 20. o?ftcen cf
the Vogolur Drug company, prominent
wholesale druggists, xvero cited hero in
tho federal rail at Toledo. Mrs. Lldu. M
Hovers. Huperlnlendent of a maternity
hospital, was arrested.
Big People Involved.
BUFFALO. N. Y.. Nor. rO.--Wrlta of
capias wr:"B served on the Uuioon-Lyon
Drug company and Faam. Williams &
Faaoix groeera aod druggists, today 1n
Uie ptwtofTloo orupad-- B0Q1 concernc
ej-o largo corporation?.
Hvc X Pittsburg.
, PTTtrPuTUF.G, Pa... NOV- JO.-Fivc Jr
Tvbi T7-ro mado today In aormsetlon with
u nation-wide raid croijrad by Posl
, ir.iifisr Cidiaral JJL1 tulnrr.uk,
mm HELD OB
Mexican Rebel Spends the
Time in Denouncing the
Special to The Tribune.
EL I 'A 80, Te.., Nov. 20. Counselor
Uyrum Harris returned late lasft. night
from Colouia .Juarez, where lie v.nnt for
thu records or the colonics, which .were
left there at the tlmo or the exodus. Jte
turnlng from the colonics ho and two
other Mormons were held up by Salu
r.ars men., taken prisoners and held in
amp over night, Salnzar was indignant
that travelers should attempt to take tho
llatchlta road and said that ally others
Who attempted to niap Ihe trip to the
polonies would be dealt with severely.
General Salami" spent (he fvening ex-
pressing his views 011 sociology and in
1 denouncing the American press for put
ting him In a hole.
Sala'.ar said that he admired the Mor
mon people because they took cure of
their poor and needy. J J said that they
would oventually be paid for all the
properly that was taken.
Salazar told tho Mormon officer that he
did no,, four Intervention, and if it did
come war woutild break out in every
American city on tho border, including
101 Paso. Los Angeles and 13islp and
wherever there were Mexicans. Tlie next
day Salazar allowed the Mormons to pro
ceed to 1:31 Paso.
Typhoid fever has again appeared In
the o.nnp. The daughter of M. 13. Spills
bury died and wus taken to Colonla Dub
Ian on a special train for burial. Harm
also has the fever and a number of cases
arc- reported at tlie colonies.
MRS. NELLIE KNEPP -IS
CALLED BY DEATH
Mrs. Nellie Kncpp. o3 years of age.
wliv of George I.. Kncpp. city lanehman
at Mountain Dell, in Parleys canyon, died
yesterday of heart failure, at the resi
dence of her father. Charles Thompson.
1125 Wilson avenue. She had been ill
for some time post.
Mrs. Knepp was born in New Hamp
shire, coming to Utah with her parents
when she was 0 years of age. She is
survived by her husband and three chil
dren. Two sons, Howard and Leo, are
JS and 15 years or age, while a daugh
ter. Virginia, Is !.
Funeral services will bo held In the
Sugar llouso. ward chapel tomorrow at
11 a. m.
: Police Rcleaso Dunn.
Thomas Potter Dunn, a vaudeville ac
tor, who was arrested by the local po
lice Tuesday night on suspicion of ids
being a man wanted In Pittsbuig. Pa.,
for embezzlement, was released yester
day as not fully answering lo tlie de
scription wired by tlie police of the
IE OFFICIAL C00I
County Commissioners Find
Totals Vary Lilllc Prom
" , ' 'Judges' Reports.
.The board of county commissioners of
Salt Lake county, silting as the can
vassing board hist night, completed the
tabulation of tlie election returns fiom
every voting district in the county. The
totals will be computed today and the
official results announced.
The official returns show only a. trif
ling variance from the unofficial re
turns, and 'do not materially affect the
indicated Itopuhlleun pluralities In the
count v for every candidate on the slate
ami county tickets. The voto on tho
tatc and judicial candidates will be of
ficially certified to the stale canvassing
board, wlileh mcela ne::t Monday In the
office of the secretary of state to can
vass tho returns from every county in
the state on slate candidates and candi
dates for state senator, judge and dis
trict attorney in districts composed of
more than 0110 county.
Tho official roturtis unofficially com
piled show that Hie Kcnublicnns have
elected candidates for Judgo in tin
second, third, sixth and seventh districts
and candidates foe district attorney In
those districts and also in the fifth dis
trict. Tlie Democrats' elected judges In
the first, fourth and fifth districts and
district attorneys in tho 'first and fourth
districts. All state senators elected were
TWO LIQUOR CASES
IN JUSTICE'S COURT
Kenneth Martin and his wife. Mrs. 1.
Martin, keepers of a rooming house, were
found sillily yesterday on a charge of
violating tho slate lltiuor law and sen
tenced by Justice F. M Bishop to pay a
flue of ?r0 or serve fifty days In Jail.
Notice of appeal was served.
.Mary Cartov of G'J East Fourth South :
strccl was found guilty of a like charge
and fined 550. A slay of sentence for
three days was asked for and grunted.
In the ease of U. G. Johnson, charged
with shooting ducks after hours, the de
fendant was found guilty, but sentence
was deferred until December 20.
IN STATE OF COMA
WASHINGTON. Nov. 20. United States
Senator Ilnyner of Maryland, who for
Some time has been critically ill, wus In a
slate of coma all day.
Oppose the New" Law. j
CHICAGO. Nov 20. The Illinois Daily
Newspaper association today went on
record in opposition to tlie recent fed
eral regulations regarding registration of
newspaper ownership, stockholders and
Afraid of It? Co To Your Doctor
Afraid to use hair preparations? Don't know exactlv what to
do ? Then why not consult your doctor ? Isn't your hair worth
it? v Ask him if he endorses Ayer's Hair Vigor for falling hair,
dandruff, a hair tonic and dressing. Have confidence in his
advice. Follow it. He knows. i&xFlfiSz
DIVIDEND DECLARED i
ON A FALSE REPORT
COEl It D'ALENR, Idaho. Nov 2P.
That un a result of a false report made in
January, lOOf. for the benefit of the di
rector or the State ISiiuk of i.'ouiuiereo
at Wallace, a dividend of 15 per cent or
$15,000 wutj declared by the dlroctrs, was
teslilled to late loday by former Assistxnl
(.'ashler Edgar S. Wyman, wlicii recalled
lo the stand In thu trial of Dernaid F.
O'Neil for alleged -violation of the bank
Wymnii nli lestllled that the records
of tho defunct bank showed, on October
21. 1010. an overdraft of J3I.0U0. which
was entered as "Wllilom K. Sh)slor do
nation account." but which rcsilly repre
sented O'Nell's campaign a"coiinl when
he was candidate for governor thai year
in Idaho. Wynian wild O'Neill had told
i lilm that the Shinier account was his
I campaign account.
. Banker Hangs Self.
CO LU Ml: US. O.. Nov. 20. - Suffering
from a nervous breakdown, William Lit
tle, Ul years old, president of tlie West
Side Dime Havings hank, committed sui
cide today by hanging hinicelf with .1
rope lie made of hi 'bed clothe. Mr.
Llttlo had not been active In iho bank s
affairs for several months.
bp- WITH CONGESTION
' OF THE LUNGS
PNEUMONIA, CONGESTION OF
LUNGS, AND OTHER RESULTS DE
RIVED FROM PAD COLDS IN CHEST
KILL THOUSANDS ANNUALLY. Come
inside t can cure you, says "the Little
Stop that cold In chest at an early
slago and ward ofC serious results. I'ur
chaso a 135c or fiOc Jar ot MAC LAREN'S
MUSTARD CERATE. "Tho Llttlo Due
tor." Take homo and rub well in several
limes a day. You will at once reel greatly
relieved and in no time YOUR COLD
WILL BE GONE. Slop that cold now be
fore It wrecks your system.
Mac Larcn's Mustard Cerate will do all
the mustard plaster will without irritat
ing or hardening the skin. A snro relief
for lumbago, headaches, sore throat, stiff
ness of joints, soro muscles and cold In
head. Send for FREE SAMPLE to Mao
Laren Drug Co., Cleveland, Ohio, or Los
Angoics, Cal. INSIST ON THE ORIGI
The Commercial Guard & Safety as
sociation, a corporation, has been organ
ized in tills city for tho purpose of pro
tecting lives and property, especially dur.
lng tho night.
Patrolmen have brn engaged with po
lice power to do this work, and we re
spectfully solicit your patronage. For
particulars call at our offlco or wrlto us
at 56 W. -ltli So. st.
Solicitors will call on you and explain
our method and anv unrtlonlnrn. bllfift
I For an honest-to-goodness smoke any
kind of weather, any time, anywhere
iSfov "PfrhlSr "EL If (2 ''ou et a jjmmy P'Pe anc some Prince i
OlliOl i rSw Albert and make fire with a match!
$P$k n 11 i9 Haw 1L4 N matter what gait you're traveling or what's
Si J&.J3 m we. KmiiF Em Qn y0ur mind., for the long pull and the coal pull
I a and theyoy pull, why, you get right down to I
I Ja W Hk'FWP the original Idea a jimmy pipe and just jam jj
$m 1 1BP wJ 1 ' ' anc iere vou ;ire a right side IS
I flLffl iL ITjI S kiirK H up with the worldl Do that! jj
j A SSASm maEPJBBBS Eh. ?a Prince Albert's got tobacco substance and gives tobacco
I .Z.. ,,;7 .L satisfaction. Jt isn't a lot of chaff! On the train, in 5 1 9
the national joy smoke ymr any wherft it.s your pipe amokCt becauSL, ifs
J fiesh, and sweet, and delicious, and can't burn your jj
B ' tongue or parch your throat! Bite's taken out by the
I toiSX155 famous patented process that has made pipe smokers 1
I j1 ' ant mcn wno "Idn't smoke a pipe before sit up and S
P make some mental notes! S
3 fj!:'tt''lr Anchor alongside this: When it comes to a ciga- I
m !M(0WW ,elte smoke, P. A. is kiny of 'em all. You get wise to S
ml 0 $1 a I)ac'lca2e f ancI msikin papers and go to it while
El 00QJ1 ' the going's good- It's a sure-thing bet you'll get the 8
i& jfilWfys -spirit of P. ,'s freshness, fragrance and sweetness. j
Jifflf M$ffflEQ l Take it straight, P, A. is a revelation. Give it a crack I
tP fHrPjirW 3! 'i -" you'll forget that broiled tongue and the y7v-brands I
'Bll WtfaffiP M0 H - -r-' an l'ie "shfiinds. j I
ri tSJRflFR W If if-' ' Buy P. A. everywhere in the loppy red bar, 5c a
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
g ' Winstonalem, N. C. jj
lemowal Sa! of
Don't wnil. till m ;tr busy
lenrinji up nnil inoviu.ir. fi
Wo have hundrcils oT one 9
anil hvo-room lots uf splendid Ijl
Decorative Paper for all kinds mm
of rooms at hall: riee, all Bg
ol!i(!ts at oiip-rourlh oLT. H
After .January .1st wc vri W
be in our new store at 122 K ffl
Broadway, across the street '
from Aucrbaeh's and a Tew jfl
doors oast, of Kcith-O'Bricns'b. jl
EiOW AT110 EST 2nd SO. jl
W. A. OuvalS I
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. BH
Notice is hcroby given that sealed bids wM
j will bo received by the undersigned up
to 2 i. in., December rd, 191'J, for tlio II
materials and labor required in tho tw tk
tion of tho UTAH STATE CAPITOL ifl
BUILDING. IN SALT LAKE CTTT. HR
UTAH, according to plcnr, specifications. J H
and drawings, which are open for in- B
spcctlon at the office of S H
RICHARD KLF.TTING. ARCHITECT. I Sfl
115-420 Felt bldg.. fell
SALT LAKE CITT. UTAH. BJ
and all bids and proposals at the abovn itH
time will tie publicly opened and read MM
in the office of tlie Stale Capitol Com-
mission. 3311 Felt building, Salt Lak ffn
Aii bids must bo addressed to: kS
"UTAH STATE CAPITOL COMM1S- H
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH. Ill
and marked in the lower left-hand cor- m 9
ner.' "Bid for Utah Stale Capitol Build- mm
Ins," liemlng at tho samo tlnin tho kinds KM
of work which tho bia coven;, for ex- H
"Bid ror entire Job. xcupllng heat- B'H
lng, plumbing, electric wiring. Bf
"Bid tor stone work. H
"Bid for plastering," B B
etc.. or such bids can be delivered to th IB
Capitol Commission at the said time and B
place for opening same. S
Bids must riot coutaln condillon;". jK
qualifications, propositions or any other &QE
thing than tliono mentioned In plans. H
specifications, drawings, contracts and H
bonds, and bidders must uso tho form of dlf
bids, which will be found at-tho office i Ot
of said architect, and no other form of 11 R
bid will bo received. jtil
A certified check or cashier's eheci; oa fEI
some bank In Salt Lake City, Utah, for f D
nt legist C per cent of the amount of 1
each bid must bo enclosed. Each cheeic a (M
is to be mado payable to tho under- Jj) ft
signed, and Is to be forfeited lo the un- M U
derslgned In case tho bid la accepted and ft m
tho bidder does not enter Into tho con- fir H
tract within te days after lto accop- m' re
tance, for th) faithful c::ccuUon of the 2 jl
contract and bond hereinafter men- w k
Tho proposed form of contract shall & i
be the "Uniform Contract Revised. ?'
1907," and tho form of bond to ba UBeil fir if
is hereto appended. .& 'ifj
A bond must bo furnished for ono-hall iff ir
tho amount of tlie bid. with good anil UK,
sufficient sureties, all satisfactory to tho in
Tiio plana and specifications will lm aj'JjB
open for Inspection and use at tho JttcH
architect's offlco In rooms -ur.-O Felt J-B
bldg., and nt tho office of tho Utah Slato a JH
Capitol Commission. 211 Felt building. ttjf.p
If any bidder desires to have one or If M
more sets of plans for his exclusive use. H'M
Iho architect at his option may furnish Eg
them against a deposit to him of $75 for ,M
each set ot plans, $45 of which will bo S'luU
rfifunded on the return of tho first set fr.'fi3
of plans, etc., anil a. refund of 3335 eacii ftjllfl
on any of tho subsequent sets, providcil w'kj
said plans, elc. nro returned In reason- ft; fig
ably good condition and within two weeks
after bids are opened. ff! jl
Tho plans and specifications are tlm E 8
property of the architect and in all case F E
must be returned to the architect, and ) I
In no ease shalT tho deposit eonatltuto i fa
it purchass price. ' t I
Bidders residing outside of Solt Lakn i J
i Cltv must pay for the expressage ot ''til
nians. etc.. both ways in all cases. r S
Tlie undersigned does not obligate It- Djjjf
self to accept the lowest or any bid. Hj
The competency and reHponslhlllty of ; H
bidders and of their proposed sub-con- nil
tractors will receive careful considera- J-Jol
lion In the award. JfiH
The bids will bo received for tho fol- 5tffi
lowing work: 1 GdJ
L For the building complete, as sped- Wa
13." For th3 building complete, cscopt- 5ra
lng heating, plumbing, electric wiring. JWof
Cement, plain nnd reinforced con- JiBj
crote work. Including cxcavaUons, struc- .
tural stce). and setting of same. Iflj
i. Stone work, cutting and cettlng. ; iffll
Brick work and the setting of terra- i Iffijl
o. Furnishing ot tcrra-cotta. iJffia
6. Carpenter work. ! tjn
7. Plastering. iljjttl
S. Sheet-metal work, Including aky- Mi
llglits and floor light. i?Hj
p. Marble work, terrazzo and tlla
10. Fainting. NHI
11. Miscellaneous and ornamental nBI
steel, iron and bra;s work. fflSt
' JL'. Combination of bids sections 3, i ii
"ia. 'Heating. 100
U. T'iumblng. .8
15. Electric wiring. Mm
Tho undersigned shall have tho riaiht -Jffll
lo reject any or all bids and to waive
any informalities in any proposal. HJ
Dated at Salt Lake City, Utah, tola f (SB
?9th day of October, 1013?. I i 1J
UTAH STATS CAPITOL COMMISSION. J
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE ;Mg
United Slati-s for tiio District of Utah. iuJkSI
In the matter of Joseph L. Robison, 348
bankrupt. No. 1 1 IS in bankruptcy. jjWH
I-'eUtlon for discharge. IHg
To tho Honorable .lohn A. Marshall. H
.ludgoof the District Court of Hi United WJHJ
Slates for tiio District of Vinh: )UH
Joseph L. Robison of Salt Lake City. In fffm
the county of Salt Lake and state of JKB
Uiah. in sairi district, rcspecifully repre- JflH
scuts I Hal on the ISth day of Ma'
'ast past, lie was duly adjudged bank- sfl
rupt under tlie nets or Congress relating
to bankruptcy; that ho hns duly surren- i Hfi
dcrod all IiIh property and rights of : vryp
orty, and Iras fully compiled vjth all th , g-jEk,
reiiuiremonts of said acts and of tho or-
dem of tho Court touching Ills bank- tji
"whVrefore. ho prays tbat lto niay lii
decreed by the Court to have a full dls-
oharg'j from all debts provable against ills kafi
estate under said bankrupt acts, except t, IKS
Gueh debts an are excepted by law irom lltgB
such discharge. i t - Sfv
Dated lids JSOidas; of Aufrtist. A. D. U
i.)i i JOSliFU 1. KO BISON. 'Hi
ORDER OF NOTICE THElifiON. I'MM
District of Utai). fiffll
Dp tliis 20th day of Novcniber, A. D
Hn on reading tlie foregoing petition. grtfg
U Is ordered by the Court, that a hear- mm
lutr be had r.pou tlie same on tiia tit iTjl
! lay or December. A. D. 13)133, before sold
Court at Salt Lake City in sold dls- JJ.ffiS
tib't, at ton o'clock In tho forenoon, and 1 M ,
that notice thereof be published in th kffi
S ilt Lake Tribune, a newspaper printed- k
n said district, and that all known cr&d-.
ors and other persons In Interest may 1gS
appca? at tbo said tinm and place and Ki
.lirtw Viuse if any thev have. Wluv tll fi gL '.
prayer of tho said petitioner should not
b And RJ8 further ordered by tlie Court. lj ' j
1 tliut the Clerk chall send by inail to. aU Hjfj
knouii "creditors copies of said Wtttlon fH
land tills order, addressed to Uwm at BOH-
their places of rosldencu as stuttd. d
WUiicsa the Honomble Jobn A. Mto WWli
shall Judge of the Haul District Court,! iWWSj
S fid" the seal . thereof ' at Salt Lake City.
In sold district on the Mth day or No- fJitt(
vembor. A. D. 1012,