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title: 'The Salt Lake tribune. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1890-current, December 11, 1912, Page 15, Image 15',
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l( 1 DEW! LI
, . I of Con cress Includes
, b Recompense Persons
,i 'rbngfully Convicted.
iatlonl ?c"s Service.
IINOTON. Die. 10. Folio wine In
T Fcau ' of tl'c concreitsloiml rou-
t? nl of .Judpc Archbald of Ih
iT : c curt . cut 011 before the son-
P 5t'P,,t,1r:''nnr' Introduced 11 bill to
nJ persons erroneously convicted Jn
$ courts to rwui'cr damages
r' fill" court ot claims not to.cx-
" r Sfindc-r- f Tnnesai Inlro-
eM!i ablll intcwlcj to provide for Ine
fJiWe hciit of 1 loi'cl George V Go-
frjTt l-:'nn udV'tlonal major general in
eiifito- plffd E. Livingstone Cor
fcfifti 5"J1arviMJnI fioipi-iiiiL-at-.Trnm to
r(J KDanlcl M. Knns.dell, deceased:
r Wrk of ("allfornlA concluded
soaljjj imp) t Jn M:ppirt of his amend
the&g tlie constitution to provide for
) t ular Hk'.Iod of th president and
;lilu to a single lorm of six
igiti t, pu?' dC'tcJ Frvfr.il hours I'
cf rfoIny:i to df.-.'.iro vacant
'of l!i-pvfsen'nth o I'. (.'. lii'Winaii,
'aCt wn. of twr EJcenlh Pennsylvania
fiviio Is nilfgoo" to have boon Illc-
. r? (putid. i'lrt vote on the revoln-
"4 unseal Kjxviimn ui-nt over until
fcliji . Tl ore also is pending a mo-
Ilbi went the Democratic 'onlcstanti
R. M Lean. The- elections eom-cccommende-i
the unseating of
"Pit J. 1 but did not suggest the seating
tit B. n"
Ihc. tentative TTai.nn of South Dakota
sy7 ?d a bill to put fourth-class poal-
: itih i" n basis. I
mini ' cntativo Simmons of North Car- ;
tJL' rrodnced u bill to apply the pure
, v,"to thr manufacture and sale of
imiu' 1 P'Jtnsh and -udn lye.
tentative Caldcr of New York iti-
D Ja bill to pram fifteen claya leavo
yi CO to pv diem oniployecs of the
,nf 10 ."ervlf-e
,12 'tt," cnmpaiRn funds inveatlal-
i&" nilttoi.' of lie senate decided to
its hearings on December IT.
tisiitf nnmittoe on foreign relations In
lonJtb s session heard Si'.erbourno IIop-
tp repaid to the Mexican outrages
i 6 Tc.'.as and Arizona haulers.
npsrtU ioncy trust tuvetipation coiUin-
Tiaiai irW l!'- Drew of the New York
- (house on the witness stand. JIc
r tajt ipnlj v Itnara heard today.
til iuso ways and means committee
izejtji ' until tomorrow formal action
liiifi Jcmocratic plan to begin tariff
tec Pn Jnnuary.
llE'.iiEj aecumulato iii tbo system
vtntbms Icidaeys arc sluggish blotrbes
,'; ."ffpid eoinj)le.vion result take
'fearsaparilla. ( Advcrtiscmoat.)
IS! )ER AND SUICIDE i
S SAS COUPLE'S FATE
'"j1 SR. Dee. 10. C. .lohneou unci
-iv,i: .fi found dead in bed at their
5 UP ay T.ith bullet wounds in their
Jil l,e fonple, who came here re-
aionli om riutcliinsou. Kan., were last
Iter c last Saturday. The police be-
se e case of rnurdr-r and suicide.
W6 rid Mrs. C Johnson. Hutchinson,
it lot, pcarlmr on the hotel redfter is
tiiifonnailoii in the posses-jiou of
OWA fe'. th.c couple apparently ha-
Fair Amelia Tells How
She Dotes on Vaudeville
Miss Amelia Biughani, the distinguished actress at the Orphcimi.
".Making good in vaudeville is the hard
est task a legitimate star ever goes
apalnst. -It is the hardest work I ever
did, and I consider it my greatest tri
umph," nuoth Amelia Bingham of "The
Climbers" fame, as her maid buttoned
her down tho back in the hcadliner's
dressing room at the Orphcum last night.
"I have to pick my audience up after it
has la ached at a comedy juggler, yelled
at a rollicking farce, watched some athletic-
people, or listened to a banjo act.
In a minute 1 mii9t get them away into
tho spirit of my "Big Moments From
Great Plays,' and hold them for forty
minutes, carrying them to the climax of
emotion as it s found in the crucial mo
ments of pieces like "La Tosca,' and nev
er lose them for a moment, r tell you
I earn my sulary. T never was so near
failure In my life ns when I thought
I could go into vaudeville and do any old
thing and get away with it.
"What l.s my favorite piece?" went on
the distinguished actress-manager, taking
ing destroyed all means of possible iden
The authorities bellovo that death oc
curred some lime Saturday, the flay they
were last seen alive When detectives to
day broke into the room they found John-j-on.
sill) cjasplnir . r58-uaHber revolver,
lying uciOFS the foot of Iho bed In which
her cue readily. "Why, 'The Climbers,'
of course- It has been my big success
and my big money-maker. One year I
followed Joe Jefferson In a Chicago the
ater. Tho big-hearted, old genius greeted
me warmly, and when we began discusn
Ing our vehicles ho gave a shrewd nod
and exclaimed, 'So long as you have
"The Climbers," Amelia, and I have "1 lip
Van "Winkle," we'll always have a. gold
piece in our pockets.'
"I laughed, and told him that if 1
played 'The Climbers' as long na he
played 'Rip.' they would chloroform me
He was a dear old Joe." and the spark
ling Bingham eyes softened as she spoke
of the old-time star so dear to the hearts
of a thousand friends and millions of
those who saw him act.
"The public." continued Amelia, "likes
the classlcH best. I am 'up' in ten of
my 'Dig Moments,' and both in England
and America it Is the French masters of
the drama, and Shakespeare, whose work
the public wants."
his wife lay. It is believed that John
son killed his wife and then shot him
self. Dispatches from Hutchinson. Kan., say
ho was a Santa Fe conductor and after
ward a real estate man and was the In-
I ventprof iho Excelsior railroad tie
'A HAPPY, LAUGHING 1
i CHILD III FEW HOURS
If O'osSj Tmtablc, Feverish,
Tongue Coated and Siek,
Give Delicious " Syrup
Your-child isn't naturally cro-, irri
table aud peevish, Mother! Examino
the touuc; if coated, it menus tho lit
tle one's stomach disordered, liver
inactive und its thirty 1'ecL of bowels
cloeced with foul, decaying waste.
Eve.rv rnothiT realizes aft'-'r (i'ving
delicipua "Syrup nf Figs" that this is
tho ideal kutnlivo and physic for chil
dren, Nothiuir else regulates the littlo
one's tonder stomach, liver and botvels
so ofiVclually, besides they dearly love
its delightful f2 taste.
For constipated bowel?, sluggish liv
er, biliousness, or sour, disordered stom
ach, J'overishness. diarrhoea, sore throat,
bad breath or to break a cold. givp ouc
half to a icr.spoonful of "fcJymp of
Fig!,'' ami in a few hours all the
clogged up waste, sour bile, undigested
food and constipated matter ivill gent
ly move on aud out, of tho system with
out griping or nau.ca. and 3011 will sure
ly have a well, happy and smiling child
With Synip of Figs you are not drug
ging your ehildreu, hcing composed en
tirely" of luscious figs, .seuna and aro
niatfcs, it cannot bo harmful
Full directions for children of all
ages and for yrown-tips plainly printed
on the package.
Ask .your druggist for the full nanio.
"Svrup of Figs and Elixir of Heuna."
prepared bv the falifornia Fig Svrup
Co. This is the delicious tasting, acini-1
ine old reliable. Jlufuse anything else 1
ofl'crcd. ( Advertisement.)
DH. RUSTIIU MURDERED
IS VERDICT OF JURY
Insurance Company Must Pay
Widow of Omaha Physi
.LOUISVILLE. Ky., Dee. 10. A legal
verdict that Y.n: Frederick Kustln of
Omaha was murdered by some person
unidentified and did not commit suicide
wis rendered today In the Kentucky
court of uppeals, when it held that ac
cident Insurance companies in which
rtnstln held policies must pay. The in
surance, with ntercFt, now amounts to
Dr. Itustln was found dying on the
porch of his home In Omaha the night
of September '2, UiOS. Contest over the
Insurance centered around an alleged sui
cide pact between Dr. Kustln and an
Omaha .woman -The- suit was tried in
Louisville upon agreement of counsel.
The Stupendous, Sacrifice, Selling- I
Out-Sale of This Stock Still Continues I
8 The Qreitosl ftfcney-Saving Sale Ever Held in the West
Hundreds of the finest and handsomest Suits, I
I Coats, Furs, Gowns, Skirts, Petticoats, Etc., at II
mi Vs Regular Prices I
k Marvelous Suit and Coat Offer I
For the Balance of the Week I
1 Handsomest Suits and Coats, that formerly sold H
uV up to $30.00. FOR THE C1 O QC I I
J BALANCE OF THE WEEK THEY GO AT AnS I
I SEGIL SAMPLE STORE I
I 38 SOUTH MAIN H
A Jurv decided Dr. Uuslin did not com
mit suicide and brought a verdict in favor
of Dr. Rustln's widow.
The Court of appeals said testimony
was conflicting as to whether Kustln
committed suicide and that the tindlns
of the Jury "the judge of the credibility
of witnesses," will not be disturbed.
Acquitted of Crime.
OMAHA, .Neb., Dec. 10. Tho shooting
of Dr. Frederick J. KtiBtin, a prominent
Omaha physician and surgeon, caused a
sensation at the lime and Charles Davis,
whose family is Identified with the FlnU
National bank of. this city, wna tried for
Kustln's murder and acuultied.
A. young wonjiwi . toJd .a remarkable
story of a suiclde.agrcremcnfa't'he tlme.
connecting DaVLs with be. shooting.
OUT CHILD'S EYES
Iuhumtm Couple Caught, in the
Act, but Not in Time to Save
Little One's Sight.
CERBERE, France. Dec. 10. A man
and wife living In tho village of Gave In
Catalonia, were yesterday caught while
gouging out the eyes of their 6-y ear-old
child with the object of rendering It more
pitiable and thus. able to obtain as a beg
gar moro sympathy from the public. The
child was made 'blind before the two
could be arrested,
FIRE IN STEWART MINE
OF AMALGAMATED CO.
By International News Service.
BUTTE. Mont., Dec. 10. Fire broke
out late this afternoon in the Stewart
ml no of the AmaJgamatcd group. The
(lames are not yet under control.
$55,000 for Exchange Scat. WM
By International News Service.
NEW YORK, Dec. 10. The New Tork fl
stock exchange aeat, of John H. Reynolds
has ben posted for transfer to Frederick
I.ewisnhn. This scat sold at $55,000 a
compared with 5&S.00O last week. These
two "sales mako a now record for the
J?" Studcbaker 435" Fully Equipped. Price $1390 F. O. B. Salt Lake. V . Studebaker "25" Fully Equipped. Price $985 F. O. B. Salt Lake. fl
Itwim (Electric Self Starter, Electric Lighted, Six-Passenger.) (Gas Self Starter, Long Stroke Motor, Five-Passenger.)
sM' win to the local demand to see these cars since the five-page advertisement ap- H
$m peared in the Saturday Evening Post three weeks ago, we were compelled to ship our H
0t demonstrating cars in by express. They are now here on exhibition at our sales- H
?M rooms, Second East and Second South, where our salesmen will demonstrate to you. I
if - : "bIot 1 1
Garage, Second East and Second South Sts. 1 !