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PR is THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10. 1Q12. ' f
M li . - 1 " SBTeA
1 "II" STENTS PUN
I ' BIG CELEBBATfDNSj
H Musical "Jinks'1 unci Junior
H "Prom" Promise lo Be Elab-
M orate Events.
HI -'She students of the ' University of
)S Utatv. nrn planning two of the bluest
Mm Eociii events that linvc ever been givt-n
19 nt the '.university for tba nild-wlntcr sua-
UPjn xon the musical "jinks" and the Junior
ITom. The "jlnics" is an annual affair
MM slvcn inrjer the direction of Prof. Squire
B Coop and the Hislcal society. Jt is al-
H -wav.M elaborately worked up and al-
HR ttacta wide attention at the school and
H amonp those Interested in the college
B activities. A ".stunf Is offered by cy
oi v ornnb:atioii at the ' school and c -
S .-.rvbodv noes masked. Jt is an all-around
frolic and is cnjoy.Hl ns such. In sueak-
MM m- of ttiv ".Units" or this year I'rofessor
b Coop had this interesting- statement to
Mm make. JI nays:
H The "jinks" is golnjr to be bigger.
HH better, sihmi: than ever. One thing
Mm at a time nnl that done tip-top Is my
Idea of university affairs. The foot -
IflE ball season I jhiw over. The Muslc-
aj society has vimply waited Its turn.
Mm This Is the reason iiothing has been
f said. W'p. want the entire hool n-
t crested and participating in this big
fun evenf-. The "jinks" affords tho
best oppo.-iunlty imaginable for a
H frolic on a magnificent aonle. This
i vcar we are going to Include nvej-y
M iioneeivable 1-Johemian clement wilh-
Mm In the bounds of respeotahlllty.
mm Wo want the lightest and the prot-
HH ticst music, the daintiest of dancing.
MM tfi.- cleverest of .short acts, and the
Mm greatest variety of costume and color
fl consistent with good taste. Wc want
fH It to be ir. gala night unique un-
fHI like any other, and a veritable car-
WK nival iricloom. ,
Wm We will ensrage tlic Salt JjiKr. thc-
Wmm ater. turning the entire paruuet Into
Mm a dancinor floar and Inviting the gen-
) enit public to the galleries.
fH The expense will he great, but tho
fH .school can prepare an ontertain
Mm !itent thai will draw from the out-
BI TIk; "jinks" will be given some time
MM In January. , .
I A startling statement from the chair
man of the "PrOiri" committee is to the
effect that the junior class will spend
XIO0O on the danuc which will be given
at the Hotel Utah. The decorations and
refreshments wll! surpass anything of
the jo"t ever offered' at the junior dance.
Also thor. is a movement on font at
the school to obtain the consent of the
faculty committee on student affairs to
permit the dancers to dance the turkey
troi. bunny hug. srisxly bear, Tevas
Tommy nnd all similnr Interesting dances
which have not yet gained universal
I PROPOSES CHANGES
IN THE PATENT LAWS
Washington; Dec a. itaiicai
cliaupcs in patent ofneo procedure were
rccmnincnded to coujrrcss today in a
special rflport bv' the economy and efii
iency commission, transmitted b'
J'rcsi'Ucnt. Taft. 'The principal recom
Limitation upon the life of patent
to nineteen years from the date of ap
plication, exclusive of two years which
r may be in litigation; an increase
from $1." to .20 for the filiug ice;
iliango in procedure to permit an in
ventor to appeal from tho augmented
lionrd of examiners in chief, directly to
I he court of appenls of the District of
Columbia, instead of through the com-mif-sioucr
of patents, and increases in
salaries and force amounting fo .$2."15,
000 a year.
Tho commission was not authorized
io report on the proposal for a. court
if pateut appeals.
I JUST IN TIME
Somo Salt Lake City People May Wait
- Till It's Too Late.
Don't wait until too late.
T.'.o sure to bo in lime.
.Inst in time with kidney ill?.
Means curing tho backache, the dizzi
ness, the urinary disorders
That so often conic with kidney
Doau's Kidney Pills arc for this very
ifere is testimony to prove their
J. II. WjdsIow, Monroo St., Og-
dcu, L'talu says: ''If I had knowu of i
Dona's Kidney Pills sooucr I would
BH have been spared a groat deal of suf
BH fering. 1'or about five years I went
Mm through nil the tortures of liidncv- com-
I plaint and sometimes was so bad that 1
waj' obliged to use two oaues in get
ting about. My back ached severely
:ind T could not move without having
sharp twinges through my loins. There
were mauy indications that my kidneys
wore disordered, tho chief ono being'a
heavy icdiment in the kidney fieerc-
tious. I could not rest day or night
an and wih miscrablo in every way when I
mm . procured Dona's Kidnej Pills." .'It was
B gratifying to havo them help me after T
had tried .so manv other remedies with
H out being bcncllted. Bonn's Kidnej'
JMM took hold of my trouble from the
R first, and in a remarkably short time I
Hb was relieved. 1 canuot'find words In
Mm express my high opinion of this remedy.
Hh I can still recommend Doau's Kidney
Pills; highly, for they effected a prrma"
JH nent cure." The statement 1 have prcvi
fiff otisly given in their favor still holds
mb For sale at Scbramm-.Tohuson "a Drug
H itofe. Salt Lake City, Utah, and by uli
B Dealers. Price .50i. Fostrr-Milburn
H o.. Buffalo. New York, Sole Agents
JMM for the United states.
K "Remember the name Doan's and
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gland, goiter or other false and impure
g2thcriugs of the external system.
?y bottle of SWEET SPIUITS OP
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blood, restore vitality to all weak
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si nd bowels. Cure guarantocd o rhcu
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disease, includiug chronic constipation,
disordered digestion, sick, and bilious
headache- and nervous prostration. If
your druggist has not got thoin, on
receipt of price they -will be delivered
to any address in tho U. S. bv
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330 So. West Temple St.
P. O. Box SI 3.
For a good investment, proof nnd
particulars ec Dr. John L. Tvcllott,
president and manager. Residence, 332
South West Temple, from II a. m. to
12 m.. afternoon bv appointment in
Salt Lake City, Utah.
j For Infants and. Children.
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Salt Lake Statistics
Thomas John Jones, 1010 West Second
James Faircloush, ".13 North Sixth
James Stuart Walker, Holy Cross hos
R. W. Stihefskl. llir. Hryan avenue,
Samuel Eastman, St. Marks hospital,
Kdwnrd Thcrist, 1104 Tlilrct avenue,
C. D. Livingston, SIC South Fifth East,
William 3. Walker, 791 Pacific avenue,
Thilbcrt Jf. -Evans. CSC City avenue,
Edward L. Iioscnbcrp. S Uradley court,
Walt JIansen. L. D. S. hospital, boy.
Edward Ti. Gailacbcr, 1 Kcysor court,
William A. Uowmnu, C i Rlgby court,
December fi. John I'ranrds Caacy.
257 North Third West. CI! vcars of ape,
Esther, May Ewin. Holy Cross hospital.
IS years of ac. brain abscess. December
Henry Gustav Eabcr. 24"J0 Illclcori'
treol, 5 month.s old. pneumonia. Decem
ber S. 1.012.
John Webber. 121 South Cintli East
street. 70 years- of age, lobar pneumonia,
December S, 1012.
December S. 1012. Virginia nion Me
rherson. Holy Cross hospital. ?, days old,
December 7. 1 si 12. Ceorgc Tliomas, 2nfi
West Seventh South, CD years of age,
Real Estate Transfers.
Joseph A. Cutler nnd wife to
Thomas 11. Culler, cart of lot 20,
block 2, "Rclmonl subdivision $ 10
T. R. Cutler and wife to Helen Le
part of lot 20. block 2.
r.'elmont subdivision 10
Robert It. Anderson and wife to
.lames IT. Dunkley. Trtirt of lot
4, block 100. plal D 10
W. .7. Home and v!r to Walrtemer
Van Colt, part of lot 2, block 61.
plat A S.763
Jesse R. S. Budse to Annie I1udi;c.
lots 10 and 11. block 2. Uellcvue
Marlon A. M. Cannon to F. W.
Pea to and others, lots -iS and 10.
block 1. Emurson Heights 10
Prudential Really company to R.
M. He os. lot 11. block 10, Am. and
Ex. plal, Laurcllutrst i
CONDITION OF RYE I
AND WINTER WHEAT !
WASHINGTON, Dec. 9. The depart
ment of agrienlturc's December crop re
port, issued at 2:1-3 p. m. today, esti
mate? as follows:
Winter -wheat Area sown. 32,378,
000 acres, compared with 33,215.000
acres last fall. December 1 condition,
A3.2G per cent of a .normal.
I've Area sown. 2,133,000 acres,
compared with 2.-!7S,000 acres last fall.
December 1 condition, D3..1 per cent of
The monthly report of the citv plumb
ing inspector. Frank C. Moyle, showing
Hint twice as many pcrmit for plumb
ing connections were Issued durirnr No
vember this year as wore issued dining
the corresponding month In 1011, is in
dicative or a. corresponding increase In
bulldlnc activity in the city.
The report w.ih filed with the city
statistician yesterday. It shows that ll
permits were issued and a total of -100
inspections on sewers and other con
nections were made by the department.
EUROPE LEADS IN
Great Foreifjn Remedy Nov Being Used
Specialists in Europe have been fight
ing Consumption during tho. kust few
years with great success bv using a
bwijo preparation called. Slrolin.
This Is of great interest to sufferers in
this country, because Slrolin baa been
imported lately in great rpuintitlcs. and
Ik sure to become just as valuable in tho
treating of tho dlseusi: here aa it la
Slrolin. though very powerful In at
tacking the tuborclo bacilli, contains no
harmful or habit-forming drugs. It
seems to agree with tho most dcllcalo
stomach, and creates an nppetltti that
would do crc-Jit lo a health-.- man. thus
malting It a great body builder.
Additional Information about Firolin
cuji he obtained In this countn- by ad
dressing th: Slrolin Co.. 2S West Uroad
way. New York City. h'chramm-JolinKon,
Driiss. J he .Nc'p.r-Substitutois," Klv
() Good Stores, nnd leading drussista
arc recommending and distributing Hiro
11 ii with coustdc-rablo success.
Pnnguitch Commission company, Pan
guitch, Garfield county, capital stock
$10,000. shares SI each. James D. Sho
wn Iter, president; K. Ft. McRwcii, vice
president; II. C. Tebbs. treasurer, and
James Steclo. secretary.
G. 1. A. to tho V. of L. 13. will hold
au apron sale. 3 J tb and 2th, in Arcade
building, Main and Postofiice place.
ENSIGN BUILDING .
WILL BE ACCEPTED
The buildings and grounds commit
tee of the hoard of education decided
at its regular meeting yesterday to in
spect the new Knslgn school building
next Monday. Official acceptance of tho
building as completed according to con
tract will follow the Inspection.
The report that the committee would
consider yesterday th purchase of an
entire block east of the new high school,
or a site for a gymnasium in connec
tion with tho hiu'h school, proved un
founded. The matter was not discussed i
in anv way and" members of the com
mute declared that no such action was
being contemplated for the present or
WomantPleads Not Guilty. j
W. Ilalllday and Jennie Mltton were
arraigned before Justice IT. S. 'Harper i
on' statutory charges yesterday. The lat- J
tcr entered a plea of not guilty and tho !
time for her hearing was fixed at 10
o'clock December HI. whllo ball was
fixed at S"00. Halliday was given until
tomorroxv at 10 o'clock to plcud. JHls
bail was fixed at ?500.
Bishop to Speak.
Klshqp F. S. Spalding of the Episcopal
church will address the Mothers club of
the Ooulrrh school "Wednesday afternoon
at 3-.;:0 o'clock. Me will talk on mat
ters pcrlnlninr to the school In relation
to mothers. The Mothers i-Iub Is a new
organization formed to cement the In
terests of tho mothers and the schools.
I WEATHER FORECAST. !
; Weather forecasts for Salt Lake City
i and the state of Utah; Fair Tuesday and
Comparative weather data at Salt Lake
City. December 0. 1012:
Highest temperature today was IL de
grees: highest in this month since 1ST I
was (11 degrees; lowest last night was 2.'5
degrees; lowest this mouth since 1ST! was
10 degrees; mean temperature for today
was ?,2 degrees: normal was IM degrees:
accumulated deficiency since the first of
thn month is CO degrees: accumultud de
ficiency since January 1 Is :M dcgreen;
relative humidity at G a, m. today was 51
per cent; relative humidity at G p. m. to
day was G2 per cent.
Total precipitation for the twenty-four
hours finding at 1 T m. was none; total
for this mouth to date i." .27 of an inch;
accumulated deflcli-ncy for tins mouth to
date is .00 of an inch; total precipitation
since January J to date is lS-fiC inches;
accumulated excess since January is
Sun risef 7:42 a. m.; sun sets p. m.,
December 10. 1012. .
WEATHER OBSERVATIONS. !
1 Temperature ' ,
I . j -!
Btetlons. I" ! "1
? ?E 3&
J j 5 j lp
SALT LAKJ3 1 T.T, ' I" "r o'6 i
"oi , :H SSI 22f '.00'
Cheyenne ;n .jj! .oo ,
Chlcuyo -i nt; j2' i-o '
Denver . r.oj is! .00;
Dcs Moines i o
Dodge' City 4G o5 20 '!o6
Duluth , no ao 00
Durango 30 .1C! 2:i .10
Grand Junction 2S r.fil t"l oo
Hto ;;s so ao! !oo
Helena JSj 2J( 00
, P SK, 1U' .00
Jacksonville 52 .-,gi j-. tn
Kansas City ; 12; U "oo I
u'Klcr . -jr, J2f 00
los Angeles si; 02! r.ol nj
JJodcna JO- 2S, !oo
Moorhead 11 jo 00
New Orleans r.O 54 ri- ou
North Platte 3d :,() -q od
Oklahoma ss -t( "00
Phoenix r.j CO w ioo
Pocato.llo -no -ic "2 00
rorllaiHl. Or. -iC .r.0 40 'on
Hapld City fill C2 "0 on
Hoseburg K... js zt '0(i
Haan Dl..-go r,r,; C2 .jc ,0o
fat. i'OUlo :;(! j, 00
.San Francisco r. :,r.; u .on
.Seattle 3C .is: mi0
Sheridnn I r .-,r,! 0 ."00
SpokaiiQ "15 2S 20. .00
TonoP'ih J H2' scs s 0.
Washington 1 no1 ; -:; i,n
Williaton so iv, r,l
Wlnnemufta ' :ttj p; ., 'niJ
. FW0BEDBV PAUL
Board of Health and Com
missioner Wanls Women
District nurses will bo employed by the
city in the health department to aid in
the inspection of schools and the detec
tion and prevention of disease among the
homes or the poor, If the recommenda
tions of the city board of health, decided
upon at yuslcrdny'a meeting, arc received
favorably by the city commissioners.
The idea was -presented to the board
by Dr. Samuel C. Paul, health commis
sioner, who has declnmd 'frequently that
special nurses were needed in the work
of the health department to handle prob
lems and conditions that the department
cannot possible care for properly under
Its present organization. It is proposed
lo employ two nurses nt first and to In
crease the number as rapidly as possible.
It will be the duty of these nut-sen to
make regular visits to the public schools,
to aid tho teachers In the prevention of
contagious disease anions the students.
They wilt give both teachers and pupils
instruction in health matters, discover
disease symptoms nnd generally safe
guard the health of the school children.
When the staff of nurses nas grown
large enough, a systematic onmpnlgn will
be Instituted throughout the city In
homes where ignorance as to detection
and prevention of disease exists. My this
means It Is believed the, public at largo
enn be educated in the rudiments of
health, preservation and In sanitation and
the welfare of the city generally thereby
guarded more adequately than at pres
ent.' Another duty of the nurses will be to
Issue health certificates lo school chil
dren, thus obviating the necessity of the
children reporting lo the Ifcnlth depart
ment In person before returning to school
after having been under quarantine.
I TRIAL IS SUSPENDED
I The trial of Joo Daley, charged wlih
1 robbery, was suspended abruptly yester
day morning In .Judge Loofbourow's dl-
j vision of the district court, when It was
discovered that one of tho olght Jurors
1 was not on the regular jury panel and
I was not qaullfied to hear the case.
The juror was Carl A. Alqulst. Ho was
chosen at the first day of the trial and
'had heard mot of the evidence against
Daley when the court clerk suddenly
discovered that he belonged to a special
-venire drawn In the murder trial of Al
fred Hoiensen and should have been ex
cused from further service after the
murder trial. By some misunderstand
ing. In: had been held over as a mem
ber of the regular panel. The clerk im
mediately informed the court, and tho
Jury was discharged. The empaneling
of a new jury to try Daley will begin
this morning. Daiev is charged with
having held up and robbed Young's tafo
on Main street three years ago.
Chin You Hearing Begins.
A preliminary hearing in the Chinese
Immigration case pending against Chin
Von. the local restaurant proprietor, was
held before United States Commissioner
Charles Baldwin yesterday. TIk- ease
was continued nihil December 21, when
it Is expected important evidence in the '
case will be submitted. The hearing
yesterday was principally a formal 0110. !
the government witnesses testifying to
the effect that Chin You had Jeri the
country and gone to China without flint
obtaining the proper permission fiom
Kraut M.1I7.. t.'O til'i St . .Sen To,!.. npl.:
"My wife BiiiMenly fell voy iirk witli inflijD7a
I fftllo! la tlio ilurtor. but ho faded to lirlp
itny. Wc lure no limn to lie mk. So I bf.Ainr
my Oin doctor hiiiI tv ltli TtirtTwiy'M Kr.uly licllel
and Pills, 1 giivn lirr aci'onJn 10 1I.iiJjj- ill.
rffllonr, anJ alio went bad; lo moik It.-u irt
Curecl Wife in Two Days.
hauw.ws ni:.nv hkmuf. at an d.uccutu.
RAD WAY & CO.. New Y01X.
I SCALP CLEAN
Frequent shampoos with Cuticura
Soap, assisted when necessary by
gentle anointings with Cuticura j
Ointment, afford thcpurest,swcet- !
est and most economical method j
of freeing the scalp of infants and j
children from minor eruptions,
itchings and scalings and of es-
tablishing permanent hair health.
CutlonrA Sop nod Oltrttnent icAi tbrtmzbout tho
world. Liberal sample or meh milled frt. vltb
35-p. txofc. Address "Cutlenro," Trpt- 14P.Botia.
orTeniler-fMd men rtiiTf hi eomfnrt with CuUV
cvrri 8op HUvlng 3ttrk. Liberal tnmna t re. 1
iic-ST AND HEALTH TO rtlOTHER Wi) IW. .
3Ia3. Vinslow's Kootiiino Svaur- ha? !:ra
ttstd for over SIXTY YKAltS f MILLIONS of
MOTUKKS for thc.r CUI I.UHlCr.' WU1I.K
TKKTIIINCI, nrilh I'EKKKOT SUCCESS,
FOOTHHS the CHILD. HOPTI'.'.'.S the GUMS,
ALLAYS all J'AIK ; CUKI?S WIND COLIC, and
is the best remedy for IJIAKRItCCA. It is ab
solutely bannles. He aurc and ask for "Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup," and tke no olhol
Unit. Twentv.fivc cents a bottle.
J fi- die ONLY ' H
I Ground Chocolate ks;
I In the tropics of Trinidad, in the Dutch East K
I Indies, and .on the Gold Coast of Africa, Rve
I skilled natives select the large, olive shaped, cocoa beans K
I that form the basis of Ghirardelli's Ground Chocolate. WL'
Jin the Ghirardelli factory these beans ' ttgst-vvtm ,,; K E
are scientifically carried through the pro- j:'rri .WL
m, cess of roasting-, grinding and mellow- rpp ,
if A ing which develops in the resulting pro- ?fl?l P UffSffi m&
' duct, ithe rich, aromatic cocoa flavor. SMrSMV B'Cro
With this is blended in perfect propor- mj &'K S
w tion, pure powdered sugar. 'L- wt '
I And now, .with a cupful of boiling fSM' 'mm
m milk you are ready for a mild, flavory. Ife
breakfast beverage a healthful, eco- fSrSS
nomical, satisfying drink that knows" 1 1 ill)?S3;fi lUlll iK""
110 substitute and has no real imitator. Mm m
Buy it by the three-pound tin it costs- ffePr- Kw
I less. Telephone the grocer NOW. 1g ' US BjJ
j EX, f
I But during this offer yon can get it for $3i
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