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J THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1913. ' D '
1 ffl D01TI0I
mbi kns Receives Appre
'tive Note From Ex
B VICTIMS RELIEVED
Rockhill Describes Terri
wjSuffcrings of Sick and
jli Dying Soldiers.
Intel Jsmcs A' Trons of tl,e 'rwcn" !
IlKlifito'r Frt Douglas, has received
m0f thanks from tho American
!'jKL; for $1256.75. the sum netted by
nKTconurt given at tho tabernacle
'lBiBil)fn war fi"crcr3, 3.'no bene
wE imaged by Colonel Irons. The
SWtcVe from Mabel T. Boardmnn,
yKrtoP. n member of tho executive
rjsssF,, The note follows:
Etlre Committee, American Red
rjK Washington. D. C, Dec. 27,
mmss Colonel Irons Please accept
5rti' thanks of the American
rW both for yourself and for
Mflro ?avo their assistance to thlo
i,B humanitarian work, for tho
UKtss check of ?125C75, tho pro
S ef the concert given for tho
11 cf the Balkan war sufferers.
Itfndrcds of sick and wounded
-Joins the hardships of a winter
imthls will mean tho mlU
Eof their suffering. All thosa
uilfted in the concert, and all
i sbo In any way gave their
vA tliclr patronage, may havo
Iwsrancc that tho funds, which
it promptly forwarded, will make
n aany suffering pcoplo a hap
Jfo Tear's. . M ,
n FtockhtU. tho wife of the
nan embassador at Constantl-
us written Interesting ao
0 of what our Bed Cross com
u his been doinir to aid the sick
rounded In Turkey, and later
heer from the Red Cross of
rittr states an to their work,
fid that the Red Cross societies
U rorld have been co-operating
Site; the sick and wounded of
nr, Irrespective of race or creed,
creat humanitarian spirit
U folldarltv With this letter
ifat a few extracts from some
bt Rockhlll's letters that I think
bltreJt those who have so gen
ii; ilded our Red Cross to do Us
In the work of relief.
b with deep appreciation for
;m!!tnnco, I am, yours sln-
" MABM, T. BOA RDMAN,
'izbt: of Executive Committee.
1 0l the excerpts from Mrs. Rock
itebjr !l, I am sending you these
tj to tell you what our Ameri
Rtd Cross society here la do
illy husband's official report will
1 ire very fow. as you know,
,M o:ic Is very well off, but
joite Is doing what ho can. We
! mylertakcn our work for hos-
through the Red Crescent so
r, uhlch has sent us models for
nlEhtshlrtf, etc , and we arc
iults 100 beds completely. Tho
B1 he S0O sheets, -100 plllow
. Wi mattress sacks (to be
I).1M pollow sacks (to be filled),
ptln drawers SCO nightshirts and
tw-anrl we have purchased
t w pieces of American cotton
l lire, buttons, etc. Tho ladles
lulnj sewing home, or Riving it
I. l,r own expense. In addi
ct havo been able to buy 300
;td warm blunkcta reason
jjVorlt will last us about two
If One Way
1 Stomach Health
ijfctte Meals a Day and Let Stu
jjBjtopepsla Tablots Digest Tlioru.
Stoinach Soon Rocovors
After This Briof Best,
if; Ttry worst thing ou can do is
ifM.-JJrsclf to ovorcomo stomach
ItM'. Jal6 3"our meals just as com
laif?'1' possible Use Stuart's
.J;1 Tablets freely for awhiloand
sumach trouble will bo
;SPJJrtB is a fallacy. The intensive
ncl cardoninc of Uio present
vK ' i ,suc.h nuicl: results that our
!sKi!-ckinSf in tho qunntil-y of
iK .c dements of former days.
M,rplus of starch ; meats
?lko Evcry Moai Fcci Snug
BhhiJlu?0'1 of m"c" ot their nu-
St i-fvCRclablo salts it our-ht
jyBKfhm d0 ?ofc obtain the natural
jHiteam ud vPRetublcs heuco the
ag61stance to digest an
ftBReW x11 acid ihn Nature
;.EowB t convort into grape su-
tta See? moro Pepsin than tho
'S SatnViiP'' .moro diastase, more
jSej 2!i ion,c nnd proservatlvo
rPtivft c, .riponed vepetiition
5lt,;,,Va This deficiency is mud
LiMctJv ' D.vspepsia Tablots and
3B?ra-' to navo stomach
'Mjn ' "''"n conditions.
Sf i?if0,.t thls ondciful rem
mTK11, troubles. Stuart's
St :,fjai? of which will di
lai2 ?f f0O(i' They are si
W DC i7fp'SMnup' they havo ab
ilH!ootha. on tho 6ystom one
jStaiU&Tioro 801,8 a,lfl rccom'
S ccnls P"r box. AdvortiPc-
DANGER FROM GRIPPE j
Lies in That Cough and Weak,
Grippo. pleurisj-, pneumonia, those
are greatly to be feared at this time
of tho year.
To provent grippe from being fol
lowed by cither pleurisy or pneumo
nia, It Is important to drive the last
traces of It out of tho syHtem quickly.
Our advice is to take Vinol, our
dellclouu cod liver and iron prepara
tion without oil, and get your strength,
nnd vitality back quickly.
Mrs. A. A. Grabill, of Strasburg,
Va. Kays: "Grippe left me weak, run
down and." with a severe cough, from
which I suffered four years. I tried
different remedies, hut nothing seemed
to do me any good until I took Vinol,
irora which I received great benefit
aty cough is almost entirely gone, and
I am strong and well again, and I am
glad to recommend Vinol to others
who suffer as 1 did."
Try Vinol -with the certainty
that if it does not benefit
you we will give back your money.
P. S. For children's Eczema, Saxo
Salvo la guaranteed truly wonderful.
Druehl So Franken, Druggists, Tho
Busy Corner, and 271 South Main st.,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
weeks, after which we shall hope for I
money from home to go on with It i
Of course, everything is needed bad- 1
ly at once. The wounded are already I
being sent back to Constantinople. I
Situation Is Grave. I
November 10. Sinco I wrote you 9
last the situation here has gone from I
bad to worse, but fortunately money M
has been coming In and we havo
been able to do considerable to re- rj
Move the general distress. Wo have 1
established two Red Cross wards In C
tho barracks of Tash Keshla and a I
fully-equipped operating room. Wo 1
have been enabled to do this solely 1
through the efforts of Major Clyde U
Sinclair Ford of tho medical corps L
of our army, who, being on leave, I
very kindly offered us his services. 1
Without his surgical skill, his knowl- H
edge of military hospital work, and 1
his tact, our efforts would havo been E
entirely Impossible. I feel sure we
have done an immense amount of
good work there In the past two
weeks (we took charge of tho wards
just two weeks ago).
The wards contained literally noth
ing but 150 beds rilled with wounded
men. somo of whom had had no at
tention for live or six days when wo
went thcro. Wo have had only ono
death, however, and tho gratitudo u
shown us by all the patlonts is very
remarkable. Major Ford has been
assisted by Dr. Walton, tho surgeon B
of tho U, S. S. Scorpion and his hos- I
pita) steward; by Dr. Kazalos, a Rob- E
crt college graduate: Mr. Davis of y
the Y. M. C- A., and two Armenian R
trained nurses, whoso valuable aid a
we havo been able to secure for a I
small compensation and their board. u
Refugees Destitute. I
"When the need for hospital work Is I
over we shall endeavor to hcln tho
refugees, who arc arriving In im- U
menao numbers and are being sent
over to Asia by the government.
Once thcro they will be almost ab
solutely destitute. Through our vari
ous missionary stations in the Asi
atic provinces we shall try to help
somo of thorn through tho winter
and in some practical manner not
yet entirely worked out to a perma
nent establishment In their now
homes. Of course, thin will require,
moncv and wo hope the Red Cross
will continue to send us all the funds
possible for this work. It seems to
us hero the most practical way of
helping an excellent population driv
en from their homes by this war.
Cholera is becoming a very seri
ous menace to Constantinople and
the surrounding country. The refu
gees arc suffering greatly and the
city Itself Is threatened by a wide
It seems perhaps unnecessary to
add that every member of tho nmall
American colotiv in Constantinople is
working and giving to his utmost In
this time of need. Dr. and Mrs. Dodd.
Miss Cushman and an Armenian
trained nurse from our hospital at
Konia are here and nro working in
Stamhoul in n hospital just opened
under the auspices of Major Dousn-ly-Wyllc.
Dead and Dying.
December 2 Since writing you on
November 10, the cholera situation
has become very crillcal. and wo are
now working at San Stefano. a small
vlllago fourteen miles from the city
on tho Sea of Marmora. On Novom- B
ber 22 we heard that many Kick men
wcro gathered there, chiefly return
ing coldiore. without shelter, food ,or
care of anv kind. Hoffman Pnlllu.
the first senretary of our crnnassj.
and Major Ford went down to in
vestigate and found conditions quite
indecribablo. The sick eoldlors ! wero
slmplv thrown off tho trains at .tho
station, returning from the front,
and the nrmy organization had ap
parently become paralyzed. Din&
men crowded around wells, onvor
inrr to obtu n water, but were too
weak to do so. Matty unburled
corpses lay around. It was Impos
sible to estimate the number of the
s ck or dead. The next day Major
Ford, Mr. Philip and an English
clergyman, the Rev Robert l;rew.
went'down to hoo what they could do
to relieve tho a tuatlon. Ono of the
worst Wea was the Greek schoo
where 500 men were lying in ami
about tho building in comP'fj6,?"
tutlon. Thoy found two old ladles,
rcs dcntD of San Stefano. endeavor
ing to feed them and doing heroio
work. Quito regardless of Personal
safety. Since then wo havo been
nnle to interest the Turk ah nthor
iUc and bring tho situation to the
TinVico of tho Red Cross society, which
?mn"dlatf"y gave it its best atten
tn As a result tho dead aro burled
and tho wonst evils removed.
Efforts Avail. 1
Major Ford continues Ms work at
th military hospital at Tash Kesh
la ami Mr' Philip has been work ng
thcro every day. and wo are running
a sort of diet kitchen through tho
Srrorta of Mr. Frow for tho alek.
Thcro aro many wlio have not cho -era
but aro only suffering irom i ex
haustion and dysentery, and some
wounded men. Other volunteers have
coma In to assist us and some Turk
ish doctors and helpers, and tho
school has been somewhat cleaned tip
nnd manv vcs saved by seercgatlon
of cholera patients, etc.
It is impossible to write of tho
horrible condition of the school when
our peoplo first wont down; tho sick.
?ho dying and the dead lyinsr togeth
er in hopeless, helpless mlserj' and
filth MattreHsos have boon supplied
bv tho Red Crescent socioty and wo
havo sent down blankets, shirts.
1 Sen. cups, plates, socks, oil moves,
medlclnos. and many other neces--arios.
Tho school was quite omtt.
cept for tho dead and r.lck. when
we wont there. Th wnrtt done In
that place of horror by Major Ford.
Mr. Philip. Mr. Frew and their as
sistants, is beyond all praiao. In ad
fmion wo havo boon able to start
fSi hospital of flfty beds In tents,
by the co-operation of Dr. Barnes.
Dr. teller and their orderlies and as
sistants. They are members of tho
British Red Crescent society who
arrived here without tho rest of their
"unit." who have been delayed on
route and Ihcy offered tholr eery
ffi 1 have been able through tho
Austrian ombustadrnHs to obtain the
c rvIewT of thro Austrian slstorn to
he p lh tho nursingat this hospital. ,
As our work at San Stefano only I
started November 23, and nn thW i ,
IMPORT ANT ADVANCE ANNOUNCEMENT 1
Our Annual Linen and White Sale I
For which our buyers have made special recent buying trivs to New York will 1
commence a week from tomorrow 1
(ajiety Tomorrow WaUU I
AT 8:30 WE BEGIN j
Our Great Annual January S
Our Annual Inventory Was Completed Saturday Night 1
AH Seasonable Merchandise, Suits, Coats, Dresses, Winter m
Goods of Various Kinds, All Broken Assortments and Odds
and Ends in All Departments Have Been Invoiced at Greatly )
Reduced Prices and We Are Going to Give You a Feast of f
Come Early Monday Morning I m
Every Department on the Main Floor
Ready-to-Wear, Millinery, Juvenile, Draperies, Linens, Domes- l
tics, Hosiery, Underwear, Notions, Men's Furnishings, Dress
Goods, Silks, Laces, Embroideries, Leather Goods and Shoes, II
Also Every Department in Our
Will Be Included in This Great Value-Giving
This Opportunity 4$ JJ johl &e Sure and Get l
Comes Only Once f6r Your Share of ;
a Year mmmmm te Yalues i
a land of difficulties of all kinds, wo
feci wc havo made a vory good start
alreadv. Transportation was one
very serious dlfllcuity, but fortunate
ly the train service, which has been
stopped slnco tho declaration of war.
began again yesterday.
Major Ford estimates there aro at
nrcsont 185 patlonts in tho Creek
school and flfty in our tent hospital.
Of course, very many have died, and
sixty havo been annt away conva
lescent. Tho tent hospltol is entire
ly tinder tho control of Dr. Bayncs.
and tho American Red Cross la
financing It. .
As everything has had to bs
planned and executed In hasto and at
a distance, tho outlay is considerable.
But considering the crying neod pf
help there, wo fool that it is qulto
justifiable. , K ....
Wo shall contlnuo to run the tent
hospital nnd gtvo all posolblo assist
nnco at tho Crock school until tho
great need Is over. Fortunately
cholera is decreasing, and the cold
weather will put an end to it before
Cured Before You Pay
R I vraut to cure every sufferer of this dreadlul I
(lUease. I bivij ouch confidence in mr erly dl
covered cure for Alhm.- I will lend a large ll.CO
bottle by exprets to ny sufferer WTitlnjr font,
When you are completely cured eerd tne the dol
Ur for this bottle. Otherwise not a cent. Address
D.J.LANE. 281 Lne Bldg.. St. Mary. K.
long. Two words we aro running at
Tash Koshla are in excellent condi
tion and wo are proud of our work
ASSESSMENT NO. 3.
nider Nevada Copper company. Prtn
elpnl plact of business. Salt Lake City.
Utah. Location of mlnee. Lander county.
Notice la hereby civen that nt a meet
ing of tho board of directors of lh
Hidcr Nevada Conner compnnv. held on
tbo ICth day of November, 1912. assess
ment No. a of one-half (it cent ncr
share was levied upon tho capital stock
of the corporation. Issued and outstand
ing, payable Immediately to the secre
tary at his office, care of McCornlck &
Co.'b bank, corner First South and Main
ctrcot. Salt Ike Cltv. Utah.
Any atock uuon which this assetsment
may remain unpaid on Frldnv. tho 20th
day of Docembor. 1912. will be delinquent
and advertised for ealn at nubile auction,
and unless payment la made before, will
bo sold on Saturday, tho 11th day of
January. 1813. at o'clock p. m.. at th
ecretary's office, to pay tho delinquent
ajrooosment thereon, together with th
costs of advertising and exoenso of sale.
JNO. J. MORRIS. Secrotarv.
First publication November 22. 1512.
At a meeting of the directors of th
Hldr Nevada Coppor company, held at
McCornlck & Co.'s bank on Wednesday,
tho ISth day of December. 1912. the date
of delinquency for tho payment of as
sessment No. 3 was extended from De
cember 20. 1912, to Wednesday, tho 26th
day of February, 1913.
JNO. J. MORRI8. Secrotarv.
ASSESSMENT NO. 4.
O. If. Silver Mining & Milling company,
principal placo of business. Salt Lake
City. Utah: location of mines. Indian
SprlngB, Tooel county, Utah.
Notlco Is hereby given that at a meet
ing of tho board of diroctors of tho O. K.
Silver Mining & Milling company, held
on the 23rd day of December. 1912, as
sessment No. 4 of one-quarter (1) cent
per shnro was levied upon the capital
stock of tho corporation. Issued and out
standing, payable Immediately to the sec
retary at his office, 1235 Beck etreot.
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on Thursday, the 30th
Uav of January. 1913. will be delinquent
and advertised for sale at publlo auction,
and unless payment is mado before, will
be sold on Thursday, the 20th day of
February. 1913. at 10 o'clock a. m.. at tho
company's office to pay tho delinquent
assessment thereon, togcthor with the
costs of advertising and exponso of sale.
R. M. HOLT Secretary.
First publication. Docembor 23, 1D12.
Notice In hereby given that the annual
meeting of the stockholders or tho Con
tinental Life. Insurance & Investment
company, a Utah corporation, will be
held at the office or said company. 600
McCornlck block. Salt Lake City. Utah, on
tho Hth day of January, 1913. at 10
o'clock a. m. for tho following pur
poses: 1. To consider and take action upon
tho question of amending that portion of
article S of tho articles of Incorporation
of said company, which reads as follows:
"Tho officers of this corporation shall
; "1. A board of twenty-five (25) direc
tors, seven (7) of whom shall constituto
so that the same when and as amended
shall read as follows:
"Tho officers of this corporation shall
"1. A board of fifteen (IS) directors,
floven (7) of whom shall constitute a
s. For tho purpose or considering nnd
taking action upon tho question of amend
ing article XL of tho articles of incor
poration of oald company iio that the
aamo when and us amenec-J shall read aa
"Immediately arter tho election of of
ficers to be held In January. 1313, there
shall bo threo classes of directors, each
class to consist of fivo (5) members. Tho
first class shall hold offlco for the term
of one year, the second claxs shall hold
office for tho term of two years, and the
third class shall hold offlco for tho term
of threo years, and commencing with tha
year 191-4 all directors elected shall hold
office for tho term of thrc yearn."
3. For the purpose of eroding directors
to fill any and nil vacancies existing in
the board of directors.
4. To elect a president, a vlco presi
dent, a secretary and a treasurer, for th
C. For the purpose of considering and
taking action upon tho question of re
pealing, changing, modifying and amend
ing the bylaws of this corporation.
s. To transact such other business as
may legally come beforo tho meeting.
President Continental Life Insurance &
W. V. RICH.
Secretary Continental Llfo Insurance &
Investment Company. ..
Frank Knox, Prcaldont. M
J. A. Murray. Vlco Pro. flfl
J. C. Lynch, Vice Pres.
W. F. Earls, CaihUr. H
E. A. Culbcrtson, Ant. Cashier.
The National Bank of the H
United States Depositary.
Capital 300,000 H
Surplus and Undivided ProOtn.. 325.000 fM
Deposits ,000,000 9B
A bank whose resources, equipment MM
and wldo connections enable It to ox
tend tho bast possible service to every W
corporation, broker, merchant and Indl- am
vldual. Four per cent Interest paid on ; BH
We aro a member of tho Salt Lake ' WW
City Clearing House. ;
SU Ulmerertrdaad should loo flflB
jreneVeBlnel Syrino. jjil
bttt3d itamp for Illurtratfd B wnB
book-sealed. It sires full partial- Hj M
tin and dlr-ctlern invaluableto ladles. iSSH
For sale by Schramnfohnsoni Drug. Iwir '
Five Stores. Mall order solicited. r ! i