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W 7 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11,-1913. ' 7 Mr A
i Materials and
: Sale of Prison
"EE IS NAMED
rk Already in Prog
Behalf of Aesi
lts of State,
ipoiutnioiit of tho special
horized at a recout incct
mombcrs of tho nssoci3
o begin an active eum
usc of Utah materials hi
m of the new state capi
niitteo, comprising eight
be association, was ap
csident George S. It-Allay.
Tt is composed ot
Ulistcr. A. E. Ebcrhardi.
md D. F. ColJett of Salt
snsou of Opdou, John P.
irray aud Hcury iString
: has bceu begun by tho
estcrday the Native Sous
O'onmicr'i'ial club aud tKo
nenl league were com
ith. They probably will
i tho movement at their
s. In an endeavor to
ah c.au furnish suitable
new statcbouso, tho as
inslalled an exhibit ot!
Vermont building. The
ken from the quarries ia
f Thistle, and is highly
ocatcs of the Utah mar
at tho use of the Utah
ic tho moans of establish
islry in the state,
ion will pursuo its cam
the sale in Utah ot
)ods with renowed vigor,
a complaint made to Sec
Dllelt yesterday. Accord
mmunicatiou received by
ell, two cars of prison
Froui Jefferson City. .Mo
iled to tho local market
t fow days.
iade article is offered for
ujjBAll partjcual. i10use
Sm7es agi'ee w praising
gV? pronounced as limit
HBerfectioD in butter.
fGold Nugget" butter
M always sweet and'purc.
Jg & Ricks Co.
(iSSMa. any Butler Trust.
' .lMg'Ksiowi SooraiMU Byrcp Ims be:n
!Be?rr81XTY YEARS bv MILLIONS d
JEn?- lor their CHILDREN WHiLK
th PERFECT SUCCESS. It
yiR.tUe CHILD. SOVTBNS the GUMS
NHlL? . pAIJ ; CGRTi'o WIND COWC, a ad
JUMF tcmcJy for IUAKRHCEA. .It M
irTe Be turc and sk for "Mr
wKilriS 3vrp. aiul lWc no otnef
:JK' l'-fivc cents a bottle.
Quarantine on Alfalfa From
. Asked. t
In an endeavor to protect 'thft alfalfa
crops of Beaver county from the alfalfa
weevil, the commissioners of .Beaver
county nave asked the atate horticul
tural commission to establish a quaran
Uno against the Utah counties Infested
with the peat.. A communication and a
copy of the resolutions adopted by the
, V-s , i"cuclvctl by Secretary J.
tdward Taylor yesterday.
ihu,rB.caver commissioners point
ou,. that alfalfa Is the principal crop of
beaver county. Should the alfalfa weevil
be permitted to reach the Ueavcr fields.
V.?a commissioners believe, a loes of
?J 00.000 a year will be suffered by the
Beaver farmers. As a prou-cth u mcus
ur.cv..'.e board asks the coinmi.sslon to
establish n, quarantine which will pre
vent the farmers of the mru&ted districts
from shipping alfalfa seed Into beaver
According to Mr. Taylor, the horticul
tural commission does not have the
power to take the action asked by the
southern county. The state board was
created to handle horticultural problems,
and as alfalfa cannot be classed under
this branch the board is powerless to
act. As yet no board has been created
by the state which can handle manors
of tin's kind, so that there in no wav In
which quarantines against agricultural
sale at a price -which prcvculs Ulan
manufacturers from competing for the
trade. In view of tlio fact' that the
Utah laws prohibit tho sale of goodtj
made in tho Utah state prisou on tbc
Utah market, tlio manufacturers will
probably endeavor to secure the enact
ment of legislation which will regulate
the salt of joocls made in tho prisons
of other states.
FARMERS BANK WILL
OPEN MONDAY, JAN. 20
The new Fanners and S'tockgrowera
bank will open for business on tho
morning of Monday, January 20, in the
quarters formerly occupied by the TJtah.
Commercial & iavin.es bank on East
First South street. Tbis was officially
decided at a mooting yesterday of the
executive committee in tbo ofuco of 0'.
B. Stewart, vice president, in the -Mc-Infcyrc
building. Dotails for the leaso
on tlio former banking quarters wcro
completed at the meeting.
The bank will commence its business
operations in the temporary quarters
leased, but will rcmoyo to "its perma
nent home in about six months, when
the bank's future quarters iu tbo build
ing formerly occupied by TVHIs-Fargo
& Co. on Main street betwecu First and
Second South will have been completed.
"With a capital of !?.JOO,000. practical
Iv paid up in full, and with some of
tlic- most prominent business men of tbc
city and. state as its officials, the Dew
banking institution gives promise of
successful commencement and future
growth. Governor "William Spry is
president, George T. Odell, C. B. Stew
art and 0. "W. Penrose ai'c vice presi
dents, Charles S. Tingoy is cashier and
W. 3D. Lake and John Stringham are
Salt Lake Statistics
G. A. Christophcrson, 127 South Fifth
East street, sirl.
Gus Thalles, -i'Jl South Fourth "West,
Fred Santhan. tiOS Eighth avenue, boy.
Albert Eltman. St. Marks horpltal, slrl.
January 8. 191." Mrs. Ada .lones, St.
Marks hospital. 27 years, burns.
January f, 1313 Julia A. J. Eisen
hausen. 610 South Second West, 66
years, chronic Indigestion.
January 0 1013 John Black, SU1 West
Fourteenth North, yoars, epilepsy.
Januarv 5), J91S Tabasukc Hlrota, 15!
Wet Third South, 10 years, nephritis.
January S. 1310 Christina Chrislcnsen,
675 South Second TVcat, 32 years, gun
January 9, 1918 Fannie L. Strinsfel
low Holy Cross hospital. 26 years, perl
tonftls. December 23, 1P12 Adolf Trujlllo, St.
Marks hosoital, 2S yearn, septic meningitis.
Real Estate Transfers,
Kale H- Dale ot al. to Align." IT.
Vogler. lot.i " and 06. block 6.
Poppcrlon Plnce addition S 1,000
V. C. Evans and wlfo to Frank Ev
ann, part lot 2. block 60, plal. D, 1,300
Charles W. Newton ajid wife to
T. S. Clnyton, Jr., part lot 6.
block 1, five-acre plat A 10
Ellsha Hawxhurat and wlfg to
Third Presbyterian church, lota
47 and 4S, block 2, West Grand
View v...;.-v 'J'm
Prudential rteally Co. to Laura.
TVIIIlanicon. lots Td and .T, block
3. amended and extended plat
Laurel hurst 1
B. Bogav to' Wllhclmlna Bogav.
part section IS, township 2 south.
ranc-i 1 west
Lola T. Simo to L. H. Sims, part
lot 2. block 46, ten-acre plat A, 10
Kimball & Richards Security Co. to
L. H. Sims, lot II, Highland Park
Kimball & RIcliHrdfi Co. to David
Lewis, lots 10-J5 and 102b, High
land Park addition , M
Kimball & nicharde Co. to IsaHc
Graham. lots SO and 31, block 2,
Burton place ""Ji"','
II. B. ?cott and wlfo to V P. Peck,
lotH 10 and U, Second Burling
ItaflC Starbuck and wlfo to DaJi C.
RuFliton ft al,. lota 22, p-twl 24,
block 2. Humor .subdivision.... t.o('0 '
Bom: Stomach, Coated
Tongue or Constipation.
. Furred Tougue, Bad Taste. Iudigcs
tiou, Sallow Skin and Mitscrabhj Head
aches come from a torpid liver and
clogged bowels, which cause your stom
ach to become tilled with undigested
lood, which sours aud ferments like
a;.rbago in a.. swill barrel. That's the
irst step to untold misorv itidigestiou,
foul gases, bad breath," yellow slriu,
mental fears, everything that is hor
rible and nauseating. A Gascaret to
night will gho your coustipaled bowels
a thorough cleansing and straighten
you out by morning. They work while
von sleep a 10-ccnt box from your
druggist will keep you feeling good
for montbs. Millions'of men and wom
en take a Cascaret now aud then to
keep their stomach, liver aud bowels
regulated, and never know a miserablo
moment. Don't forget the children
their little insides need a good, gentle
cleansing, too. (Advertisement.)
I OF C. IITIITIOi
IT EM SUNDAY
Members Prom Salt Lake and
Ogdcn Will Be
Members .of the Knights of Columbus
from Salt Lake and Ogdcn will go to
Eureka tomorrow morning to attend the
exemplification of the first, second and
third degreen of tho order upon a class
organised by the Eureka council. The
party will leave here on the S.'lH LaV:o
Routo train at 7:30 o'clock from the
Short Line depot. A special excursion
rate will be in force for the trip, the
return coupon being good diner on the
Salt Lake Routo or the Rio Grande.
The party will arrive In Eureka short
ly after 11 o'clock. At 1 o'clock the de
gree work will be started in the Knights
of Columbus council chambers in Eu
reka. State Deputy S. A- MagtimlH will
be in charge of the third degree and will
bo assisted by prominent nScmbcrs of
the order. At the conclusion of tho de
cree work, a banquet will bu nerved by
the Eureka council. The return trip will
bo made either leaving Tlntlc Junction
at G -10 o'clock Monday morning, arriving
here at 6:30 o'clock, or on tho Ulo
Grande, leaving Eureka at 6:40 o'clock
Monday morning and arriving hero ut
A number of the members of Inc
Young Ladies' sodality of St. Mary's
cathedral will accompany the knights to
Eureka and will bo the guests during tne
day of the Eureka sodality In the even
ing they will attend the Knlghta of Co
lumbus banquet. The committee in
charge of tho excursion announced 'ob-terdav-
that those who were going on the
excursion should purchase excursion
tickets to Eureka and return al the
Short Line depot Sunday morning, as
they will be on sale at llm( time.
"Don "t thiDh because you have taken
many remedies in vain that your case
You have not taken Tlood a bursa
parilla. It has cured many seemingly hope
less casen of scrofula, catarrh, rheuma
tism, kidney complaint, dyspepsia and
general debility many cases that may
havo "been worse tban yours.
What tbis great mediciDO has done
for others it can do for you.
WORK OF SELECTING
TEXTBOOKS GOES ON
The stato textbook commission finished
up Its consideration of booko for tho ele
mentary schools yesterday and today will
begin to tnke up textbooks for the high
er public schools of the state. 11 will be
early next week bcfor the commission
will complete Its work of hearing tbc pub
lishers' agents. Aa soon as this work Is
dono tho commission will begin consider
ing the awarding of bids. At present the
members are meeting twice a day in the
office of Superintendent A. C. Xelsun,
who Is chairman of the commission.
Wo wish to call jour attontion to
tho fact that most infectious discaaoa
such as whooping cougb, diphtheria and
scarlet fever nro contracted when the
child has a cold. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy will quickly euro a cold and
greatly lessen tho danger of contracting
These "diseases. This remedy Is famous
for its cures of colds. It contains no
opium or other narcotic aud .may bo
ivcu to a child with implicit canfi
ence. Sold by all dcalors.
MRS. BANCROFT ESTATE
IS LEFT TO HUSBAND
Ths will of Mary I. Bancroft, who died
In Sail Lake January 1. was filed for
probate In" tho district court yesterday.
By itr torms her entire estate, valued at
S30.000, 1b bequeathed lo her husband,
William ir. Bancroft, vice president and
general manager of tho Oregon Short
Linn railroad. Two adopted daughters,
Adelaide V. Bancroft and Mary A. Ban
croft, are named as heir: to the estate
after tbo lif tenure of the huoband.
Accompanying the will was a petition
bv W. II. Bancroft asking that letters
ol administration be Issued to him.
Adds to State's Fund.
An Inheritance tax check for 51054.37
vrds received yesterday by Attorney Gen
eral A. R- Uamcs from tho eatato of the
late Alexander S, Klrkmnn of New
"Vork citv in payment, of the tax on liOO
shares 0f Union TacHlc common stock.
msm That Wonderful Event
A Y TF THERE is a time above all limes when a
l7vhY y woman should be in perfect physical condition
t I T J It U the time picvloos to the coming of ber babe
W f During this period many v.-omcn iffcr from headache, f
- J ) MecDlcssnfss, pains of various description, poor appetite, g
"M. ...J 'ami a host of other ailments which should bo eliminated In
justice to tbc n cw life about to be ushered Into this world.
( dr. pibrcb's FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION
'& BwabcsnStod by thh great raedfclne. j
AtA titUtC """?J- p
I 7, ) uaur orluilcdgc to write lo Dr. Pierce for advice, and it will be gladly I
1 ceof Sarnc. Of course all communications arc contidcntlal J
i $ i i$ $ $ i f $ $ if j i
TO People accustomed to our muslin fe ! I
underwear sales know that materials are ill vJ fljm .
jjl snowy rcs styles are perfectly new, IF" ''feftS
that always something out of the ordi- y
New styles. New features include VH ' l
VwhTx" Clever treatment fjj j I
W aptwraVoMho oE materials and carfc . llFllA f'i . H
y? medium priced gar- workmanship mark ' J&h " H
f mcnts. the entire collection. t Jyjjp '
i jjj Ja1luary Clearance Sale Jr j
? ' 1 Winter Models. f
Considering the prices quoted below, you will find a fl
ifh vcrv good reason for haying bedding this week either those warm c$fr$ vl Ifllfe I 1
Wm comforts and blankets or the muslins for future use. W CTut Fl
ijfth Sheets Our extra heavy, sheet, made igJp! fii $k I
f Of the very best make and S3rJ0 scam:S5 6hcet3, -Crc ooc, reduced f W -&Tnmrf ;' H
? quality for little money. All are torn to. r'-, -Con -7ti cacb :A A fflA - ,?k 1 LH
-AV lU1 ., 7 l, ii . ii SliOO seamless ghects, vrcre $1.00, reduced . ; I s.ntf JOft
M& sizes and will iron straight; all mil to , ...S3c each S jufo ' 1
xT leacned an( seamless. CD 71 r$kWr ffl fit 1
TOsOO seamless doublo bed size, Tvcrc 75c- rlllOW UCISCS "IfeiS lU5'.
iJmfe siSh'aeamicsy iukti'tuVion" Viioct; ' wV 'sod Pillow cases, made from full mm H
F SisOo''Sfml bleached heavy muslin, best material NOW that the prices T r .H
? each, reduced to ioc anc Ti'orlananship. 0f boys' clothins have j
Ufm 1,-1, r ATrr-An enff J2x36-iucli bommcd cases, tliat TTcro 15c caco, changed, parents and Jfl)B i,
lujo -ine, closely woven, sou rndnccdto iic ... . . . jurp h jm
VT ii i n i iin :1irnU 42xS6-iuch iiemmod cases, that wcro Wc each, guardians will iaut to f
X bleached muslin sheets. d d t . 15c know about it. K you
WftV (nTfiO-in.li camless shee 3. wcro Soc each. '12x36-idc1i hemmed cases, that tvero 22c .. . , luXh lH
redweAlo....... 70c each each, reduced 'to 17c are particular in regard (jrtlK MH
jUl? 72x90-inch seanileso ehoots, ivero 00c each, .15xS6-inch hemmed cases, that werelSS-o'e, to the clothes VOlll boy IS WP jH
Vf reduced to 7c each reduced In 12c , - J ., i !
? SlxOOiuch seamless sheets, "vcro $1.00 each. 4ox.'56-iuch honmied casca, that wero 170 to "Wear, aua you VfOUlCl ? j
m siSo 4aSVchdho like to economize aa well, Mm j H
JUt? reduced to 00c cach reduced to 19c why. WC know oi UO W "
)f S.."'"'--- "ST.:..-... belter opportunity. Keith-
lnn Sl09-inch hcmstitclicd shoets, vcro .1-1.2o, 45x3S-inch hemstitched cases., that were- O'Brien's boj's' clothes at ffltf '
m 10 ; 1'05 cach 2h" rcdUCCd t0 25c ' 25 Per Cent Discount
X 'Bed Spreads Heavy hemmed cro- Comforts c.oo 8tB aa orcrcoais
jffife , i dlcfc or .1ioncycomb. f ' n , . Vuiuwvvo'ati" xm
WP Satin spreads that spreads; the size is S8s9b Comfort Batt A 4- now........ ...ss.gb wp j
r r- $10.00 suits and overcoats 5 f
are the imesfc we have inches'; were .r2.o each; pound cotton hatt covered now $7.30 ? J
jfffe ever shown-arc soft iin- reduced to $1.90 each. --'.f..oo ffl)B 1
P&jO- islu have patterns woven t i(,n.n.flj rvnrhph r mi $1(5. 00 suits and overcoats JV LH
to Hi; the mattress, and Hemmed ClOCliet ior you to cover. These 0VF W1.33 T H
the ilouncc or drop is an- spreads, size 74x88 luchcs, are sanitary, owing to the Juvenile sizes forjflh
Mm ol her pattern. Scalloped uo soit fact that you can take tho small boys, Kusnian and Bu6; fUff H
jyim ouit.i iwi dressing; were $1.98 each: . tcr Brown models in .2 to ,M
sides and ends. Out coi- ,1S, -i in 4i o0 nnr.v, outside covering oft and year sices, and sailor blouso A iH
o,.b rnr hrms or iron I'caucecl to $l.od each. fcvl f h trom 0 t 10 jL H
Hum ers lor Diass ol non launder it without dis- vear5. All 23 per cent discount. JfflB i
W beds-are 8Ss9S inches iu R1 turbing the filling; size is ' , W ,
X 8iT raVf7-Itch Blankets 73s9o inches, lua the CANDIES Y
reduced to W.io each: xtra spe a - ioe WM mg iQ cents for gjim. rffo H
Qrnllnnpfl '4lld CLlt 1'eavy weight sheet blan- duccfl i0 1 5 each dropa. r?fiulor 25c. The good lW H
f bCallOpeCl ana UU kcts that were $1.75 each; clucea lo !M.-o eacn. eahV kind. J H
A corners crochet spreads,- PcdllL.cd Lo $1.00 each. 12C for jelly beailS, Mh IB
mK that were extra good or07 7? J renlar Soc. Rim i
value at the termer price, Nursery flannels to o Ke auction j 5 cents for cream A fH
? $-1.25; rcclUQCd to $3.00 All the follo-ing grades chewing taffy, regular 01'. : 'H
each. arc all wool, and show Oil all Our fine down lOTh
JVlTp actual reductions that arc and wool filled comfort IOOO Dra-pcry Remnants JJ ;
f Fringed Crochet interesting; all are 32 blankets. These are val- Short lengths of S
Jfm spread with' cut comers, inches wide: ues uat Cau not be "ain- silks, filkolinos, laadrau, 'KlfK ill
IVUB' for use on brass or metal GOc a. yard grado, rednccrl ....... . & ... wtwib. uota, crelous, swiss, SWV H
jii iur . , to.. ...-l.'ic yard said; this item alone will burlaps aud sun last ood-. Vs .
beds; Size IS blisUb Indies; 30c a var(1 K).aiic, reduced - Suitablo for susli curtains, ? ifM
u- PJifh- re- to..' USc vard more than pay you tor I ovordrapencs, box coverings Mh iiM
price Aas SF-.iO edCll, IC 40.- ;Vvard ?rado, reduced' v n- 1 I nun" fancy work. ALL IULI-' 'fTI f$ H
i duced to $2.00 each. to!.?. attending this sale. , price. JVM
John C. Cnllr.1 .Ir., & Co.. Invcatmont
bankers, yastoiilay issued the following
llnanclnl review and quotations on local
liuslnca prospects throughout the
United Statco are witlsfanlory ond It Is
believed that Imde will contlntio lo Itecp
up Jn large volume for apveral months
to comt", us many of the kadlnz Indus
tries have ordoia on hand tluit will kivc
them omployinont well Into the middle
of tho year. , .
Locvil trade conditions arc favorable.
Tho roccut cold anap bao given way to
mlldor weather with a oA fall or miow
In t lite mountains which Ja aenonnule.
The mercantllo housea bave boen bol
ancliis up their bookw and fool oucour
iiB?d a pel hopeful over the outluok for
another prosperous year.
Durlns the week thoro wrro smverol
small tfans-Nctlonn mode In local siceurl
tleo. Consolidated AVjigon .K- Miieiilno
Co. stock iiold nt $100 and 3100.50 por
shore, Ltah-Idaho Sugar Co. r otock
chanced handr, nt ..'.'o nnd ?n...O per
shore". Z. p. SI. 1. stock sold at 5102 jind
per share, and there wore a few
small salct) In bank stock and In some
of the bonds.
The old SUitc Bank of Utah mad Its
flnal disbursement of $K! per share,
which makes a total of 5118 per shares
cash paid In liquidation, plus one ehnro
of the Utah Slate National bank. Wulkcr
Bioh. Bankers will probably lilvroaBo
their capital stock lo ?50t',000. The
Farmrrn and Stock-growers National
bank la tryinK to nrrnnge commence
business on Januury 20. Tho National
Cltv bank building is nearly completed.
Tho Zlon's Savlnfc'K bank rnakca a nice
appearance in U romodoled building.
Tho National Copper bonk has com
menced to pay dividends at tho rate of
j per cent por annum. The Kpneilclal
Lite Insurance- Co., tho Continental Life
UiRunvncc Co. and tho Intennountaln
llfo Insurance Co. all home companies
report that last year's business was of
an encouraging nature. Quotations:
Amalgamated Sugar Co.. pfd 511G.00
Koncllciu Life Insurance Co.,..,. 201.00
Barnes Banking Co.. ICuyavlllc. . . 1110,00
Bunk of .American fork 17.', 00
I Bank of Hcber Cltv 17.."
iBank of SuuUiern Utah, Cedar.... 17.30 1
On. Wagon Jlachlno Co 100.00
Continental -Life Ins. & Inv. Co... 115.00
Continental National bank 145.00
Dcserct National bank yi'4. 00
Dcserot Savlnf;ti bank .1100.00
Oavls Co. l)Hnk, Farmlngton...... ,"0,00
First National bank, Ioyton ISO. 00
Fht Nationul bank, Morgan...... ISO. 00
I'lret National bunk, Ogdcn 635.00
Klret National bank, Murray 145.00
First National bank, .Logan...,.,. 14.1,00
Irirnt National bunk. Brlgham ""jO.OO
Guardian Cy- & Guaranty Co 13. U0
Homo Fire Insurance Co ."05.00
Hober .1. Grant & Co 'Jrj.00
Kauiaa Stale bunk 125.00
Merchants, bank 167.00
National Bank of the Republic... 193,00
National Copper bank 140.00
Ncphl National bank..., 125.00
Ogdcn Savings bunk 450.00
Provo Com. & Savings bank 325.00
Salt Lake Security & Truat Co.... 143.00
State Bank of Brlgham City 200.00
State Bank of Gorticld, Pangultch. 165.00
State Bank of Millard County,
Slate Bank of Richmond 120.00
Thatcher Bros. Banking Co.. Lo-
rfah-Iduho Sugar Co., pfd 0.30
riu.li Stato National haul; L'S.OO
Utah favtnga R Trust Co lOO.QO
Walker JJt-oB. Bankers c. C30.0U
Zlon's Savings Bank & Trust Co... I in. oo .
Z. C. M. 1 193.00 '
Con. Ry. fc Power Co. "cltr) 5100. nl
Sumpter Valley railroad '99.00 ii tll
Utah Light & Ry. Co. (city) IiS.ou
Utah Light Power Co. -Js SI. 50 . i; EH
Utah Light & Power Co. lis,. !i5.0i) .(; ; tM
The Utah Sucar Co lOZ.bn i )
Utah Hotel Co 101, 0J i; ,
W. "H. .Fox, 19a W. WaBhinjrlon St , '
Noblesvillo, Ind sajs: 'Aflor suf- l' JH
fori np; umuv montbs with kidnoy trou- '
ble, after tryinp oilier remedies ami
prescriptions, I purchased a box of ; t(
Foley Kidnoy Pills which not only did i
me more jrood lhan any other remedies j. 'H
I ever used, but havo positively set my j.
kidneys riht. Othor niembera of my f .
family havo used them with biinilar ro ,y "
sulls.1' Take at tbo Jirst bird ot kid- ijf
ney trouble. Scbrnmm-Jobti6ou, Brus, u
"Tbo Necr tSubstitutors," Hto (5), H 'H
ood btorc3. (Adi ertltiouiont.?