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gUg' " ' , ' THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10. ion. 7 ! 9
V 'Arguments in Behalf
Smudge Archbald in lm
' Ippeachment Trial.
jljVILL END TODAY
jwudpcys Altribule Proceed-:
9o Political Unrest of j
M- the Times.
'BjjlKGTO NT. Jan. D. A protest
35i! lHinr action by Ihe ucnatc based
XtWg "appeal to possibn or prcju
!f 'Earkcd tho closing arguments
j'Kthe defense of Judge Itobort
' afraid of 'the United States ooin
:Enrt jindcr trial by Impeachment
J K-tfuvIor as a federal judge.
MBflpt& 1,iat Juds Archbald liad
IK'do law, nor was ho guilty of
QfljHeneanor or -wrongdoing, and
IBfjad been shown to be a juriot
:htcsrity and honesty, his at-StridJ-Eltxandcr
Simpson. Jr.. of Thil--EaDflA.
S. TVorthlnston of Wash
Eoada a vlg-orona appeal for ac
HKtte senate within tho limits of
SM Charges Disproved.
flflbs senators arc sro'insr to violate
Etbs, they cannot possibly eon
NiLBBtdro Archbald," declared Mr.
QMEvbecaubc It has been disproved
JSSPBcWgo that he was guilty o any
J IH ifajr. or of any crime."
jsJJKeyaratlous r Manager Sterile
ItKfi in the opening speech for the
mm9KHoOJ that the "constitution was
Jbl' brought bitter denunciation
4Koth Mr. Simpson nnd LIr. Worth -
llftriiB'r They declared the house man
'fcrcra Ftrivinj? to impeach Judge
Dj ipM upon grounds that would not
DLUBEiiUed in any court.
jBBe Imo the constitution also ie on
t,rjmBM Mr. Simpson, "but what la on
WClflBLtho question of whether or not
. JKnalont who sit horo can rise to
rcTfeiltJon as judges, and decide this
. m&m tho evidence produced, and
'Jtmf that governs it; or whether tho
Bflihition on Trial.
l?T jlHroii ar goinj: to nay that a man
.Jw turned out of office although
violated no law. although his de
LiWiavo been impartial, nlthough he
TfJwBuQ an upright and lionbat judce.
IBbou arc turning back the hands
gtgJHR.dial of tltnn to the point three
fc centurled ago. when tho house
t nIHk at the behest of the house of
'hi, turned men out of office nlin
mmmguiiz they did not agreo with
HHJn .at aspect the constitution
"fcliQpron. declare tho construction
VI Judge Archibald's acts by the
Itd to tho inevitable construction
'J pj'JudBo would not be permitted to
1 rUM fult of clothes in a tailor shop
I My'F ono wno inlsbt soma day be
II pt In his court.
probable that this rate never
.tJ -rfBj Java been begun but for the po
4'M.Mrc8t of lllc lin'CH," said Mr.
A a nart of tliat "nrest,
Hl'eve in It: but it does not involve a
- to the times of tho Roman arena,
W, 'Mi victim's fato war settled by ths
. ::Pi down of the crowd. Tho un-
'm2a certainly aslcn no victims from
- '(mF cf men Eltting- as Judges."
a.JPpmcnuj in the trial will close
5 I.IN OIL BURNERS
: 0 Crews and Passengers De-
jarcd to ftide Hand m
I Hand With Death. J
IV 'naUonal News Service
SpSGTON. Jan. 0. That crews
i. wsooscrs of trains drawn by oll
f. locomotives in the southwest aj-c
'i Y?a lnL"'ind with death on every
"iJl Knbst'inco of a report made
; 'i u , .Interstate commerce com
(, ey John p. Ensign, chief inspoc
M t ,c": n hin investigation of the
' v.Sli116 Southern Pacific railroad
itroYt, Nev., on October ." Ia8t.
1Si.ra.ya tn1 oil-burning locomo
PTv.ra.le BUch intense heat that the
1 "-M -f;aI".'-d 1,1 tliat aectlon is not
-itmrtfiJ0 absorb It and protect
T .,To Prevent accidents he
,?K tllat tonnago on all freight
lSiwcl' tra,"a be reduced ffo that
"Ktl l 0 necessary to overheat Uie
mj?Jirop.d,ln the trainn.
;M'f Vnt.at CoagTove, in which the
iB .L;, 'pcomotivc was blown 600
AS 5?J 1110 ,raln ana l5re"
Ffl engineer killed, was due. ISn-
HTm. r8,..t0 tho thinnesM of the wa
m"1.!1' fal fd to absorb tho heat und
":W " bollcr to bulge und hurst.
IN WEST VIRGINIA
'fcffiW V,,.. .Tun.-ORiot-WtceUhn
'""t "isht In the Paint,
.WUon of the Kima-wlia. coal tlcW,
ViM'v... 8lr'o has been in progress
jK L c.r?'ll,B-M1cordlnp: to ropons
JH5tcZ, 10 n,i Nary authorities here
IBaoSv?11 The Standard mine "or1
-WaM 1 Vii0'1" & CoaJ company was
-'J. lotIll' was reported burning
?if l.co, tr;ll was fttLickca
'4Kwn . Iy Grovc railroad yurda. not
K : miiCft,n maintained by tlie
IBlbe t.ri!-, Th" were driven
"amhMt 1 b sc0l"cs of shots ilrcd
thQ A number of bullets
Mto dwVJUlf? cab- An attempt was
,W SiSI?iVim,lB ll,e hue of a man
t Sl Vne,ar ,"oy Grove Tie
J "yBftty ra'lly to this city today
,jHlNG PARTIES'TO !
j yUNT FOR TRAPPERS
'K?tte inrt ,aro. scheduled to start
I 'V Snrtndt.DU,i niorrow In an cf
ffJti,11, Pnlmcr and O. L.
iBri oh .r Golden. Colo., v.-ho
-J ttieta a trapnliig- expedition on
flgtiMwl; c'ar'y in tho winter. Tho
&-mwm S(lwvc reported In Delta
?Mftcclv,. i 1 H? w0,'d from them hus
3 BGmn,i' Thc recent cold weathor
7 imW- hlBifti."!0-. W-5)H ibo moat severe
-feanf of. lhc 'cotem slope and
- JDAHO POTATOES
IBnsKf,' lfJ" Ja"- 3.-Thc lar
'Srt ; f ""IP.mcnt of potatoes from
Bi. i;ffWal,y. conslstlntr or t.wouty
' dBm m'lri; .bSMH J'faterday for the
y Blqfelnii!' charKu of J' B' Do
JKilH'i1,041 that about 2000 car
. ''nd nrifJ1,pp.c,i r(j Shelley. Bhick
:,'iilnv.J;Jaccnt points In tho upper
k' er valley from the crop or
FAMOUS WILL CASE
IS GlfflH LIFE
John D. and Adolph Spreck
els Lose in California, but
Win in Honolulu,
HONOLULU, Jan. O.-By a decision
tendered here today, reversing a finding
or the supreme court of California, the
First circuit court of the United States,
Judge Henry E. Cooper presiding, made
it possible for John D. Sprcckcls of Sau
Francisco and his brother. Adolph, to
reopen tho famous Spreckcls will case,
involving ?P.lS7,ei2. which has been in
tho courts since 1908.
Judgo Cooper held that John D. and
Adolph. the plaintlfr.s, are entitled to a
firth of the property involved.
Hawaiian property Involved directly
amounts to approximately $750,000. Suit
was brought on August . 1912. under in
structions from John , D. and Adolph
bpreckels, to protect their interest In a
sale then pendlns: here, of property icrt
by their lather, the late Clans Spreckcls
CLEANS THE HI III IKES II
BEAUTIFUL 25 CEIIT "DAIERINE"
In a ?ew j-Iinutes Your Hair Looks Soft, Huffy, Lustrous
and Abundant T$o Falling Hair or Dandruff.
Surely -try a. "Dandcrino .Uatr'
Glcause if you wish, to immediately
double the beauty of 3'our hair. Juot
moisten a cloth with Daudcrino autl
draw it carefully through your hair,
lakittc one small strand at a time; this
will cleanse the hair of duet, dirt or
nny excessive oil. In a fow moments
you will he amazed. Your hair will bo
wavy, fluffy and abundant und possess
aD incomparablo softncBa, lustre and
luxuriance, tbo beauty and shimmer of
true bair health.
Besides beautifying the huir. one ap
plication of Dandcrino dissolves every
particle of Dandruff; cloanscs. purifie3
of San Francisco. A deal then almost
complete was broken off.
Although the decision today applies
only to Hawaiian property, the court
being a federal court, appeal can only
bo taken to the United States supreme,
and invigorates the scalp, forever stop
ping itching and falling bair.
Dandcrine is to the hair what frosh
showers of rain and sunshino aro to
vegetation. Tt goes rigbt to the' roots,
invigorates and( strengthcus them. Its
exhilarating, stimulating and life pro
ducing properties cause tho hair to
grow abundantly long, strong and
You can surely bave pretty, soft,
lustrous hair, and lots of it, if you will
just get a 25 cent bottle of Knowl
ton's Dandcrine from any drug store or
toilet counter and try it as directed.
court. Thlo ultima to court would be un
likely to review the California supremo
court in matters of state law, but In
arriving at ltn own finding. It muBl In
terpret the will, and if Its interpretation
differed from that of tho California court I
there would be a posnlblllty or reopening
th-5 case in California.
It was taken for granted when the
suit decided today was filed hero that,
whichever side won, an appeal would be
taken. Judge Cooper sharply criticised
the California supreme court's findlngH.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 9. Claus
Spreckels. millionaire sugar refiner, left
real property amounting to 35.700,000
and personal property in cxaau u a,
600,000, of which ho devised half to
his widow and hair to C. Augustus
bpreckolu nnd Rudolph SprcckrJa. voung
cr onp. John D. and Adolph' we're cut
out, the will stating that they had been,
In a measure, provided for prior to their
A contest wa immediately flled, and
three days after the widow died tho su
perior court handed down a decision.
On appeaL the supreme court of Cali
fornia reversed a. lower court, reaffirm
ing the will. A petition to grant a re
hearing was donled and preparations
were immediately begun to prepare and
file a list of exceptions which havo not
yet been passed upon.
Ad Olnb Meets.
"Calendar Advertising" was the sub
ject of an interesting address delivered
by D. "W. Dillingham 'before the members
of the Salt Lake Ad club at Its regular
luncheon and meeting at tho Commercial
club yesterday. Dr. Dillingham's argu
ment wa9 enthusiastically In favor of
calendar advertising. Ho declared that
when judiciously handled, calendar ad
vertising was one of tho most efficient
and practical forms of exploitation.
Following ilr. Dllllngham'B address,
thoGe present discussed routine subjects
and considered a proposed revision of the
club's articles of incorporation.
, WASHINGTON. Jan. 9. The confer
ence here of generals of tho army in
furtherance of plans for reorganization
of the army epont several hours today
at tho war college, examining details
of elaborate charts, diagrams and work
ing plann evolved by the war college
during the last summer as a basis for
the actual plan for reorganisation, which
the conference Is expected to perfect.
By invitation all of tho bureau and do
partmont chiefs of tho war department
were In attendance at today's cession.
In order to furnish such special infor
mation a might be required by the gen
eral officers as to details of the plan
under consideration. The conference will
meet again tomorrow.
Bondholders Buy Assets.
CriByiSNNlS. XVya.. Jan. D. Repre
sentatives of tho bondholders of the
Hanover canal project in Big Horn ba
sin in northern Wyoming purchased the
assets of the company todav at fore
closure sale for 5125,000. Tho plaintiffs'
?,nffa represented liabilities of
$226,000, Tne original surveys were made
about twenty-five years ago by tho late
Governor W. A. Richards.
round. Dead in Armchair,
LONDON, Jan. 3. W. N. Miller, for
merly president of tho Christian Science
church, was found dead today In an arm
chair in a room adjoining tho church.
Lobs of appetite is an ailment that
indicates others, which aro worse
Hood's Sarsaparilla cures them all.
FOR OPIUM user;
"Woman Taken Out and Shot ad L ; fH
Shanghai for Violation of
1 f.'f H
SHANGHAI, Jan. 0. Death as a pun- j j
Ishment for opium smoking was- meted. : H
out today to a woman of tills city who I ;
persisted in the uso of the drug dosplto I
the stringent manifesto Issued by tho ( , 1
government on Christmas day prohibiting
the people from indulging In tho habit. , ;
By order of the governor of tho prov- ,j MM
ir.ee, the woman was taken to a publio 1 i. 1
placo and executed by shooting this aft- !
crnoon In the presence of a large crortd ,; t
of spectators. j I B
Tho manifesto by the Chinese govern- f IH
mcnt expressed the desire for the sup- . tMMj
presslon of the evil In order to save tiin 1 t 1
pcoplo from a life of degradation, but at. 7 I 1
Uie same time voiced the fear that al- f K
though tho government was in earnest 1 i MM
the people would try to evade the law. r.
Tho probable collapse of tho opium L '
trade was foreshadowed some tlmo ago f fl
when it was found that Indian opium I 1
to tho value of $60,000,000 was stacked I MMM
In thousands of chests In Slianghai und
Hongkong warehouses without finding I ;
buyers. After the manifesto was Issued ; i"
by the government, It was virtually lm- Ift
possible to buy or sell opium In tho : .
coast provinces or the Yangtse prov- t MWl
inccs and It was known that the author- . ti H
Itics had been ordered from Pckln to ' ijH
enforce, the prohibitory laws. Todaj-,s ;' - iH
execution, however, was tho first In- ( IHH
st'ance in which they have been put Into ' iH
full effect. ; ( i ll
fSBfl A $40,000 Stock of Seasonable High-Grade Merchandise Must Be Closed Out in 10 Days at ' 1
HALf PRICE AND LESS I j
RlffiflKBP A Gigantic Pre-Inventory Sale. Covering Phenomenal Reductions No Store Has Dared to Offer Before. I i -l
SMirW e rer Has Gone Forth to Clear the 'Decks of All Winter Merchandise Regardless of Cost or Profit. I t
SMW The Saving to You Will Be Enormous It Will Pay You to Travel Miles to Take Advantage of This 1 'H
Bffe WmM$W Wonderful Event. Such an Opportunity to Clothe Yourself and Boys Is JNot Likely to Occur Again. I ; I
SRS Hurry Is the Word, for It Means a Quick Clearance of This Mighty Stock. 1 ;
B- MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS - I I
SSB Entire Stock of Fancy CHESTERFIELD, PRINOETOW and VOGUE Suits and Overcoats at Half Price. Nearly every good dressor in I ! "
1 B!Bl Salfc Lakc 0ityr knoWs wilat a CHESTERFIELD, a PRINICETON or a VOG-UE Suit or Overcoat ie they roprcsent the highest art in tai- M 'I
SBB loring; and workmanship, the quality, fabric, fit and style are the best in ready-to-wear clothing. Here is your chance to purchase not I .
iHSSll SSMBBi tlle U31Lal- cheap, trashy bargain counter suit, but the finest garment in America for the price. To illustrate: H ; MH
fSSS $45.00 Suits Selling at $22.50 $25.00 Suits Selling at $12.50 I ' I
MBm $40.00 Suits Selling at $20.00 $20.00 Suits Selling at $10.00 I
BV9B $35.00 Suits Selling at $17.50 $17.50 Suits Selling at $ 9.00 I !l
fm $30.00 Suits Selling at $15.00 $15.00 Suits Selling at $ 7.50 I ' 1
iW'Smr " Suggestion: Why not take two suits? You can buy them for the price of one. H j
Wpj NO STORE DARES QUOTE SUCH BARGAINS I ;JI
y$' lon5 'Pants uits ys' Overcoats Boys' Underwear I j H
WPi A whole suit for less than the price of a pair- y,nnra 0frfe ri 17 Brokon lots, 2-pieco, wool and fleece lined I l'
r WMm of trousers. 300 styles, 13, 14, 15 and 16 "L t0 1?' at HALF PRICE. I I,
mmM m$m years- Values run from t0 $1 QK price. ' i H
WMM BIB 15. Your choice of the lot at only.. tp5. 3 BoyS Sweaters M
K IH Boys' SuitS yS aS 50c values for.... 25o $1.00 values for.. 60c I
' pilll 'L WO ranging in price up to $10 at HALF Broken lot of about 100 boys' rf A 75c values for.... 40c $1.50 values for. ,75c Rr . j 'B
.PRICE. vv. hats, values up to $1.25, -choice.. DUC BOYS' GOLF GLOVES, 50c value. 25c M , j ,.H
MiiijiSii ii S .a furnishing' goods and hats I ;l
. I Mufflers . Cotton Hose Underwear Department I x liH
All. silk mufflers half price. ' " . 5c Vctltie NoW 2 foY 25c Bargains in underwear that mean a saving of ONE-HALF U I
All Phoenix mufflers, values up. to 1, oh6icc 25c. 50tr Imported Sillc Lisle, 2Bc. to you.
Fancy leather goods of all lands half price. . 0ashraErc Hose and naturaJ brown mixed-values up to FLEECED LINED UNDERWEAR, 50c values now 25c. I . A
mt Trunlcs. closing out . our entire stock at half price. 50c 26c each. . , j 0 , , , . n , I JM
mm lruiuib, Oartwright & Warner's all-wool, $o values now $2.o0. M fH
Shirts Plain and pleated, all sizcs-50 dozen $1.00, 200 dozen regular 50c silk hose sell, for 2oc. J , fl 75e ' " H
$1.25, ,$1.50 .and $2.00 values; choice at half price. fc . f f gray a -woo shirts and drawers, foe. . H
1 Smoking and House Jackets at- half price. C q Of. $2.00 gray all-wool, sale price $1.00. ... H
Smoiang ana r DCnSatlOnal tJargaiE in MatS Wowtod union suits, $2.50 for $1.25. - S
I Sweater CoatS An assortment of broken lots in men's soft and stiff 1. lot broken lines, $1.50 for 75e. , v jjfl
-n 4o nn i Ort hats ranging in values from iT 1 lofc $150 to m values, 1'00' I i rmuM
I OOJOT fovt.:. ..41.50 T":.7?!1. "5C : . ! ,
I hm, HALF PRICE; 100 pair ?5.00, $2.B0. & Shop Cap's "lot Men',' 60 each.' ' I Boys' Waists, 50c value, 25c. B jjiH
I IZLm 36 -aV HALF PRICE. , ! BovS- Shirts, values 50o to ?1.50, HALF PRICE. I j ,
a Mullett-KellyCo. ,s I
I Come Early K EARNS BUILDING Come Early I 1