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; , THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1QI3. - lT:Ss
1 .Mill IffliBS
I 1 lElSlSlGlI
Wm tVilI Make Public Today the
mm Ij'. Name' of Man -Chosen lo-
H l Take-Charge of Inaugural.
H ; LURCHES WITH HILLES
Di -Confers; Wiih Clark' and Un-
D dervood and Many. Other
H f Democratic Leaders.
Wm WASinXGTOX, Dec. fl. 'IVo Qaya
of coufcrcnec between Chairman iMo-
Jmm Combs of tbc Democratic national com-
H mittco and pnrty leaders iu and out oi'
jD i coufrrese, .ended lalc today tvhed Mr.
Hi j ;McConibs left for Xovr York. Uc paid i
99 j;Iio tcoiiM make public tomorrow the
;namo of tbo chairman, of the oonuniL-
mA r't03 ivliicli will bav0 tibar'go of propara-
HHK lotions- for (bo -display connected "with
Hj !' President-elect Wilson's iuiiugurntion."
BUI j, Mr. McConibs luuchud todav with
I- Charlc& D. .Ilillca, President. Tuft's see
, rotary and chairman of the Kt'publiuan
national cummittcu, and later couforrcd
at the eapitol with Spcnkor Clark-, Kcp-
Hfl preventative Ofecai- W. Underwood, Sena-
BH tors blone and tforo and other J'emo-
R) While it w.-ia tinted that I he confer-
SH dice couceru'rd inauguration piling, it is.
'understood that general political mat-
Wm tors were touched upon.
Hj ..Meets Many Leaders.
jBj V ince bis otlioin! arrival in Washing
ton Saturday, Mr. McConibs baa met
- Democratic leaders from many states,
H ,,inclqdiujr former Xatioual Committce-
Iflli j man Sullivan j)f Illinois, Joscphus Dan-
BBB iels of North C'aroliua. Edward Gollra
Hm : of Missouri, -formor Governor Francis
WH of Mi-souri, Treasurer Rolla Wells dt
n .the national comnnttcc, Thomas M, Ho-
flP9 nan. attorney general of Indiana, and
BHj many members of the funaio and house.
HH Cabinet speculation followed Mr, M.C-
Hl Combs about the. capital voalerriuy ai-d
Hfl today, hut the Democratic chairman.
haid to iiht that his vi.sit to Washiny-
Hr tou bad not been to sound Ucinofrnlie.
9l ' leader.-? either ad to cabinet nppohit-
99 mcnt or prospective legislation in the
WM next congress.
mm Able to Give Advice.
99 , lu the dij.eu or more iufornul con-
fffi ; fcrcocctf. Mr. McConibs bad, however.
HH it is understood that both subjects have
nflj i been touched upon nud that' :ir. Mc-
9M Combs is prepared to ivo President-
1MB -elect Vil.-ou valuable information as
jjH t to the opinions of Democratic lead-
BH The conference with Speaker Clark
Wm -and Leader Uuderwood took nlacc in
jN (the speaker's bflicc. The three . men
HH .were tocthtr for a half hour, the iu-
HI .auburn I committee selections behi" un-
HH 'dor consideration nioL of that iimc.
H jit is believed that of the several -can-
HH ididaics for chairman of the inaugural
HH 'committee, Bldridirc E. ,Tordau of Wash-
9H , intou is most likely of appointment;
OH Mvhilc Wultcr ". Viclr of New Jersey
HWj ;may bo the secretary, and William Ed-
WBjjk wards, ttrcet commissioucr of Xcw
Kfl Vorlc, tl " prand marshal.
I) A Des Moines man lint an attack of
mueeujar rheumati.Mn in liis tjbouJdcr. A
friend advised, .him lo cro to Hot
.Sprius!!. Thai mcaut an expense - of
$50.00 or more. lie -sought for a
Cjuickcr : ud cheaper ny to euro it-add
. tound it in Chamberlain Liniment.
'Three da.is after the first .npplicaliou
.of this liniment ho ws well. l'or halo
; by all dealers, f Advertisement).
I jASSAY. OFFICES -"
; CUT OUT OF BILL
Senate May Make Some Provis
r ion. InU is Unlikely to "Win
. AgaiinL House.
Special to The Tribune.
WASIIIXGTOX, Dec. 9. The house
today sustained tho appropriations com
mittee and passed the legislative ap
propriatlon bill without any provision
for the assay offices at Salt Lake, Holo
ua. Carson City and -Boise,
' It also went further and cut out the
provision .for the Dead wood astay of:
'licos which had been left by the "com
mittcc. Senator bmooi says he will offer an
amendment to the legislative bill i"
the senate to provide an appropriation
of .-jlji.100 jo youtittuc Ihf Salt Jiak.ft
,City office for the comiiifr fiscal year.
3t is likely tho senate will adopt this
amendment and will alto rcst'ore the
appropriation!! for the other assay of
fices omitted by tho house.
I The fitfht for their retention will then
'ao to the conference committee in
.charge of the Icfzndutive bill and the
matter possibly will create a deadlock
between the house aud tho scnatc-with
ihc probability that; thc senate", will
bo obliged to recede as the house has
.voted two to odo auiusl retaining the
I' SNOWSLIDE CARRIES
NINE MEN. TO DEATH
CORDOVA. Alaska. roc. 9.xnc men
anj licltovcd to Jutve boon killed todnv
wlicn :t snoTulldf on Copper mountain
carried awny sevcnil bulldliiKa of tho
Orc;H .Norltioru Dt-. clopmcut cotnnnnv.
tJevcn wore burll under the avu-
lumhu :uill only two have boon removed
alive. Three are known lo be dead and
Tip hope la entertained for the olhor
''The bodies of John Ilnrt, Jajnes JIc
Gavock aud rriink Wahls bac been re
covered. Tho mine, which Ik a copper propcrtv,
Ih owned by the Great Northern Devel
opment company of "Now York. E. 1
Gray, ttn -pianaKcr, is now In that CUr-
B Trooper Guilty of Murder.
llH NOGALES; Ariz., Dec. 'J. Andrew Ycs-
RH "bit. :l trooper of the Fourth United Statris
rfH cavalry, who wantonly shot and killed
H l'nintleca G'rIJalva. n Mexican slrl. on
niRBln the nfpht of October SO. jilcadcd kviIUv
I'plW tf)dav to Hf.-opft decree uiunlcr and will
,!'''D 1-'- eeptenced tonioirou. The uilnlniuin
I;'1 penally Is ten icara' lir-prljonmcnt.
! Terrible Suffering
i Eczema Mi Ovor Baby's Body
"When my baby was four months
old his 'face broke out v.'lth eczema,
an at sixteen months of n6r. his fmc.
litinds and arms were In a. dreadful
state. The eczema spread all over his
body. We had to put a mask, or cloth
over his face and tie up hs baud?.
Finally we gave him Hood's Sarsupa
rllla. and in a-few months he was entirely-
cured. Today-he- I a .healthy
hoy." Mrs. Inez Lawls. Barlmr. Maine.
. Hood's Sarsaparllla cures blood dis
eases nncl builds up the system.
Get It today In usual liquid form 01
chocolated tablets called Sarsataha.
COURT OF COMMERCE
ICE MM li EB
Jurisdiction of Interstate
Commission Over Chicago
Stockyards Is Upheld.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 0. .luriadlctjon
of tho Interstate commcrco commission
over thc -Union Stock Yards :-. Transit
company of Chicago was today upheld
by tho supremo court which sustained
the commission's right to. brine suit to
have the company's contract to nay 550.
000 to Pfaclzcr & S'ons. packers, for
crcctlnp a plant adjacent to Its trucks
annullod as aniountlnpr lo a rebate.
On the theory thai Chicago stock, yard
business was innrstatu commerce, thc
interstate commerce commission began
an action In tho commerce court to en
join the Union Slock Yards Transit
company, iho Chicago Junction. Hallway
compairy. which operates thc transit
companv. and the Chicago Junction IJall
wav & Union Stock Yards company,
which holds thc stock of the other two
companies, from cngaglu? In interstate
commerce until they had filed tariffs
with tho commission. It also asked to
have tho contract with' tho firm of pack
ers cancelled. Thc commerce court held
that ihc Chicago Junction Railway com
puny alone was engaged In -Interstate
commerce and soi required It lo flic tar
iffs, but dismissed the action as to thc
Justice Day, iu auuouncins; tbc opinion,
said that thc commerce court erred in
holding- that the Union Slock Yards &
Transit compuny had exempted Itsolf
from fbo operation of tho federal law by
lcaslnc its property to thc railway com
pany. Instead of sending the case back to
tbc commerce court fop further hear
ings, tho supreme court directed thc
lower court to enter a decree enjoining
thc .carry! ne out of the Pfaclzcr contract.
WASHINGTON. Dec 0. Trusts would
not. be able to collect through thc courts
a' single' penny of debts due them If the
supreme court upholds Ihc contention
made In a case brought before it to
day. The Corn Products Refining - company
of New York sued to recover $11! 17 from
D. IX. Wilder Manufacturing company
of Atlanta, Ga.. for glucose and grape
sugar sold to the Atlanta company. In
answer to the action against it thc At
lanta company pleaded that the Corn
Products nullnin company had monopo
lized thc glucose and grape sugar busi
ness and that It had entered into a re
bate on contracts with Its pa Irons, all in
violation of thc Sherman anti-trust law.
Tbc alleged "rubate contract" was a
so-called prollt-sharlns plan of the New
York company by which it agreed to re
turn Its patronu 10 per cent of 'their pur
chases providing that in the year suc
ceeding the- -pim-hascs thev gave, their
i trade exclusively lo Ihc Corn Products
Only once in recent years has the point
involved been before the supreme court.
That was In thc Continental Wall Paper
case, iu which the court refused to lend
Itself to. a collection of a debt because
of an Illegal combination In violation of
thc Sherman law. Unless advanced, tho
case will not br; considered by tho court
for more than two year?-
Special rates to holiday shoppers and
callers. Purdue's automohilo and taxi
cab. Phone Wa&atch 5. (Advt.)
LONDON. Dec. D. A rumor is cur
rent in London that Ihc Trish crown
jewels which were mysteriously stolen
from Dublin castle in 11)07, have been
as mysteriously replaced intacL in their
original positions. Jthas been impos
sible so far to obtain corroboration of
this report'. - -
On several previous occasions reports
of the return of the Irish crown jewels
to Diioliu' castle have gained currency,
only later to bo discredited.
The jewels stolen were those used
in' thc ceremony rof investure in the
Order of St. I'atrjck, the Processional
crosy studded with diamonds and the
jeweled-sword, valued-in all-at $2Q,
000, Sir Arthur Kward Yickars was
the custorliaii of the" jewels, but he re
fused to appear before a .commission
which was appointed' to investigate tho
affair, and was dismissed as Ulster king
Effective Home Remedy
For Lung Trouble
It I a serious matter when thc lunca
arc affected. A trip away or to a eana
torlupi Is not only expensive, hut it In
volves separation from home and friends.
Some arc benefited, but few can eafulv
return. Eckmun's Alterative Is effcctlvo
for home treatment. For example:
251 S. Atlantic Ave. 1 Iaddonfleld. N. J.
"Gentlemen: In thc fall of 100i I con
tracted a very severe cold, which set
lcd on my lunjrs. At last T began to
ralec sputum, and my physician then
told mc I must go to California. Imme
diately. At this time 1 'Was advised
to take ICeUnian'H Alterative. I htaved
at homo anil coriimeuced taking It the
last week In October-. J bosari to Im
prove, and tho first week in January,
R'OC, I resumed my rccnlcir occupation. I
having gained twenty-five pounds, fully i
restored to health. It lo now fly years
since my recovery has been effected, I
"and I cannot praise TScttrnnn's Alterattvo
too highly. I have recommended It with
excellent rcsulta." '
fSIuned) y. m. TAT1IM.
IScknian's Alterative Ja cffeclho iu
bronchitis, asthma, hay fever, throat and
lunc troubles, and in upbuilding the
system. Does not contain poisons,
opiates or habit forming drjiga. For sale
by Schramm-Johns-on, Drugs. "The
Never Substitute." five (5) 6od stores,
and other leading druggists, Ask for
booklet telling of recoveries and write
to I'ckman Labbruton, Phlladelplla,
Pa , for additional evidence (Ad.ctlJc
riu'iit ) ,
GIVES TESTIMONY !
House Commit lee Places Ex
pert Mining Engineer, on
ihe Stand. - '
WASHINGTON, Dec. James II.
Rlttonhouse of Scranton,' Fa..' an. expert'
mining engineer who surveyed the Katy
did culm bank of Scranton under di
rection of Wrlslcy Urown of thc depart
ment of justice testified- .today in the
Impeachment trial of Judgo Archbald of
tho commerce, court. 'that thc Eric -rail-,
road could have secured ?:;(5.000 for the
coa'l out of the refuse Inst.ead of too
5IH00 for which they agreed to give an1
option to K. J, Williams, the business
usRociato of Judge Archbald.
Mr. Kltlenhou.se said he had been em
ployed by Urown without knowing whom
the lutter represented or that his work
was in connection with a government
Thn tcstlmonv of tho .mining engineer
was Introduced by tbc house managers
in an erfort to show tbat throus-h Judge
Archbald';; Influence. 15. .T. Williams had
secured ihe option at 51500 for tho Erics
share of thc dump, when thc real value
of thc property to ihc railroad was much
Thc positive statement that he bud
been offered an option to purchaso an in
terest In the -Katydid culm dump by li.
J. Williams in Iho office of Judgo Arch
bald at Scranton, several days after
Judgo Archbald had informed him that
Williams had, not authority to sell, was
made by Thomas J. Jones of Scranton.
The statement wan brought out dur)n
thc cross-examination by Keprescnlanvr
Webb of North Carolina, on the part of
the house, managers.
The witness said that Williams had
offered to sell his interest In Iho dump
for $23,000 and accompanied him to tho
office of Judgo Archbald. There, said
Mi". Jones. Judge Archbald told him thai
Williams Jiad.no right to sell any part
of the culm dump.
"Several days later," ald Mr. Jones.
"I went to Judge Archibald's office and
there an option was given mc to nur
chosc Williams's interest for $25,000."
"Did you think Judge Archbald drew
that option?" asked Representative
"I did," replied Jones.
"And several days beforo that thc
judge told you that Williams had no tltl
to the dump?"
ILL ALLOW 01 W
WASHINGTON. Dec. 0. Thorough re
vision, schedule by schedule, of thc pres
ent tariff by the nexi congress was In
dicated by the decision of the Demo
cratic members of the houso ways and
means committee today to have hearings
on tho tariff- every Monday, Wednesday
and Friday in' January, beginning Janu
One day. will be devoted to each sched
ule, though, it necessary In any case, nut
exceeding two days will be allowed.
There are fourteen schedules, but by i
merging two or three of the minor sched
ules with the -Important- schedules the
committee expects lo get through with
the hearings by the end of January.
The schedules will be considered In
their regular serpicnco in tho present
-tariff law. Thc action of thc Demo
crats of thc committee, designed to seek
light for guidance in- tariff revision, will
be ratltlcd at a meeting of the full com
Thc first hearing on January C will be
on schedule A, fixing thc duties on chem
icals, oils and paints. Including medicinal
preparations containing alcohol or In
whose preparation alcohol i.s used; per
fumery, medicated soaps, etc. Then will
follow on January S the hearing on thc
earths, earthenware and glassware sehod
ule. Including tiles, china, porcelain,
crockery, spcctnclca. marble and onyx,
grindstones, etc. The sequence of the
other schedules in this Monday. Wednes
day and Friday programme follows:
SchcduUi C, metals and mauulacturcs;
D, wood and manufactures of; E, -sugar,
molasses and manufactures of; F. to
bacco and manufactures of ; ' G, agricul
tural products and provisions; II. spirits,
wines and other beverages; I. cotton 1
manufactures; J, flax, hemp and jute,
and other manufactures; N, wool and
other manufactures: L. silk and other
goods: M, pulp, papers and hooks; N.
sundries, beads, buttons, brushes, coal,
baik, dolls;., chains, glovos,. paintings,
plows, umbrellas and parasols, etc.
One day, at the end of January, will
be set aside for a. hearing of those In
terested In the. free list and tho adminis
trative features of the proposed legisla
tion. Whether there shall bo a general bill
or separate bills dealing Individually
with the various schedules was left to
be decided by the committee members in j
thc new coligress.
Entertainment at Semloh
Mr. Paul Weiss, TTuiiErariati iolinisl;
Otto Notting, pianist; Afiss Jean Tyncs,
soprano; will entertain patrons of '"'The
Louvre" every day during luncheon, 1'2
to 2, at dinner aud after theater. !
Druggists Plead. Guilty,
SAN FUANCISCO. Dec. 0, Harold and
Fred Osgood, brothers and druggists of
Oakland, Cal.. who wcro arrested in thc
government crusadn against the Illegiti
mate trafOc In. medicines, pleaded gulltv
,in the federal court today. They will b"c
All tho other defendants arrested at
tho same tlmo will be tried as soon as
open dales can be- obtained on thc court
' ' Sails Witli Rich Cargo.
TACO.MA, Wash., Dec. !). Tho' Blue
Funnel liner Bcllcrophon nailed from Yo
kohama, for Tacoma. today bringing what
Is said to be the largest shipment of raw
ailk ever to cross the I'aclllc, valued at
$2,075,000. Am attempt to .break the rec
ord of eighteen days established between
Yokohama and New York four years ago
by Urn. steamer Touccr and the Northern
Paclllc, will be made,
ST. LOUIS. Dec. 3 Thc St. Louis
Fruit & Produce exchange discontinued
posting quotation today, because, it was
announced, the public was disposed to
comddcr thc riuotatlons as having been
Trials "Begin Next Week.
NORWALIv O.. Dec. ft. Trial or (he
cases against five "West ClarkisvUIo men,
who v.'lth Ernest Welch, already convict
ed, are charged with tarring Minnie La
Valley, a 13-j par-old girl of the village
last AuguM, will be begun next Monday.
j Ayer's Sarsaparilla helps nature
I to make rich, red blood. No
I Sold for 60 yczs.
j Ask Your Doctor.
I One-Third to One-Half Off All the Season's Latest Styles
SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, GOWNS AND FURf
ON SALE BEGINNING' TODAY ! . M
2000 seasonable garments to select from. It will be like throwing money, away not to-lg
I Owhi conmued warm fall winter weather ourstock of
! dresses, furs, etc., much too large for this time of year. Wifi
!Come Expecting Extraordinary Values You Will Mot Beljl
Disappointed. Buy Garments Now for Christmas and Save Vz to
By way of suggestion we mention a few of the many APPROPRIATE and USEFUL GIFlS
I things at special reductions. Waists, skirts, petticoats, silk Hosiery, hand bags, umbrellj;,
j gloves, dressing gowns, bath robes, bath slippers, shoes, neckwear, jewelry, in a wonderJ
i assortment and at interesting prices. All in handsome Christmas boxes. Mp
J ALL THE CREDIT TOU MEEM
In Railroad W'orlcl
Ilcvriu Goes East.
TV 1'" ITerrln. vice president and -hlef
counsel for Iho .Southern Pacific com
pany. prcHiuent of tho Piicltlc Weolro
i-omp.my untl vice president of the Cali
fornia Korthcasteru rullw:iy, passed,
through Salt I-aho City 'yesterday on his
u-ny rrom his hoadtiuarlers In San 1-ran-clsf-o
to Xcw York. Local railroad men
expressed the opinion that ilr. Herrln
Is Koln'ff lo New York dly to confer
with other of tho leading attorneys of
Ihc T-lurrlmun Hues regarding; the plan
on which tho llnca wlll.hu operated after
Ihe dissolution ot the merger, which hus
been ordered by thc supreme court.
Dorsoy En Hou'tc West.
Col r. -S." Dorsoy. well known' as- a
structural engineer and a railroad build
er, passed through fcall Lake Cltv yes
terday on his way to his home In Los
Angeles. Colonel Dorsey, who Is return
Ins from a trip to London, has a repu
tation fdr "having personally supervised
the construction of more than 0000 miles
of standard gauge rulhoad. lie was In
chaise of practically tho entire eonstrue
tlon work of tliu Trnns-.SIberlun rail
To Leave on Trip.
V. II. Bancroft, vleo president and
Kcueral manager of the Orccon Short
Line, and 15. C Manson. Carl Strudley
and P. II. Knickerbocker, assistant gen
eral nut lingers Tor the company, leave
today for a trip over the lines of the
company In Idaho.
Announce- New Colonist Rates.
Colonist one-way tickets -will be o!d I
bv the passenger d-parluieiit of tho Salt
Lako Route from March 15 to April IF.,
191H. and will permit of hotter slop-over
privileges thaii has hitherto been grant
ed on colonist tlckeU. The Ktop-ovor
will be ten days at any placo on the
route, tho only requirement being thut
the ticket be used within thirty days
froih'thc dote of purchase
Special $1.10 round trip rate lo 0
lcn via JhinibcrKiT electric. , Tuesday,
Ueconiljer 10, aocnunl; Ecclcs funeral.
Tickets on sale for the 10 a. m.. II a.
in. ami VI noon traius. fAtherUscmcnt)
Settle MinorsviUe Dispute.
Inspector Prank Jordan of the slate
board of health returned ycstordny from
ailiKjrsville, whither he went to settle the
qjiacnutlne disputes which have arisen.
ljc reports that the authortllc there
hive promised lo "be good" and will see
that tJie laws arc strictly enforced In the
future. TIipj- will appoint n. new health
loftier there within a row dav.
To Entertain Merchants.
Th Utah I-Iomc Products association
will eiu'crtaln at a luncheon Jn the Ver
mont building this evening In honor of
the retail merchants of Salt Lake Cltv.
Th:re will be Interesting addresses dur
ing the luncheon by Wesley Klrijj. George
S McAllister and other well-known ora
lot i of Salt Lake Clt' . The luncheon
v-'l! made up of Vlnh product?
Lasts longer than n buttonhole
collar and is easier to put on and
to lake off. 15c, 2 for 25c
Cluctt, Pcnbody & Co... Makers
PIONEER WOMAN DIES;
CAME EARLY TO UTAH
Mrs. Sarah McMaslcr. SI! years of nge.
widow ofjf. AVllllam A. McMastor. and a
pioneer of ISM, died In this city at i
o'clock this morning of the infirmities of
Mrs. McMastor was a native of the Is
land of Guernsey and camo to Utah as a
convert lo the Mormon faith. Sho has
been known as a faithful chinch worker.
She Is survived by four children. George
Grunts, by an early marriage; .Mrs. Jane
Freeze. Mrs. L'll.atieth Scarle and Miss
Kuneral arrangements havo not yet
Big Auto Shipment.
J. O. Doollttlo, general agont here for
thc Itock Taliind llnou. was yesterday no
tified of the shipment of a full train load
of automobiles over tho line. The ship
ment, which left Flint, Mich.. December
7, consists of seventy-live cars loaded
with Bulck automobiles. The train will
,-ro over tho Pcro Marquette., tho Elgin,
.lollft & ICasteni. the Hock Island. Union
Paclllc nud tjic Southern Paclllc, to dif
ferent points In California. It will so
rtvor the Jtock Island from Jollcf, 111., to
1 J. liambach. travcllnc passenger
agent lor the New York CciUruI lines,
yesterday received a loiter from" Chicago
In which It was slated that a supply of
calendurs for the year of 15).". had been
sent for distribution In this tcnitorv.
The principal picture on the new calpii
dar Is of the new grand central terminus
building In New York city.
For Salt Lake City People
Tho mixture of buckthorn bark, gly
cerine, etc., known" ne Adlor-i-ka, drains
so much old foul matter from tho body
that ONE TjOSE usually relieves sour
btonmeli, ns on tho stomncu and con
stipation. The QUICK actum is astou
iehiiij,' W. IX Mathi, Drupisf, 324 So.
Main Ht. ( Advertisement,)
The tower of the ;ST
Walker Bank B.uildinJ F5
JJ will be open free to visitors,
during this week of "open; )
house" for 'bank and building.' ; 6
You are invited to inspect,
the handsome new banking e;
piOgSff rooms, and to witness the paih
fjflp orama of the city and valley 2 'm
flji i j kll from the top of the highest; ;
liJ I ! i i M structure between the Missouri
i 1 1 jj p River and the Pacific Coast atj '
HI !i! i W anV time between 9:00 A. M.
1 ,n Vlll and 9:00 P. M. ;
(in i nil p 'il
Iffmi Walker Brothers ;
' Bankers 4
Aocnts for Mcrln S. Hcanoy MM. Co. Billiards and. Pool f4bK'-M
Saloon Fixtures WMM
W. L, WETHERBEE CO. M
THE LEADING MANUFACTURERS AND DESIGNERS OF jftl
Show Cases, Bank, Drug & Bar Fixtures, Billiard lUM
Pool Table Supplies
OFFICE AND FACTORY: 153.160 VEST FIRST SOUTH srnB- WtU,
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. e FefwUH
nh F'oor Space 1907. 1400 Sclua,'ri4
LPhone Vjaatch 6328. Floor Space 1012. 14,250 Squajj