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3 , THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY -IS, l-9l3r
IiNFORMS WILSOhi OF
i Colonel Goethals Visits Presi
I dent-elect; Governor Spends
: Night in New. York.
E : TRENTOX. N." .J., Jan. J7. Prcsi
j ' dent-elect Wilsou Logan' today a study
oi Panama canal question. In respoue
J to aa invitation, Cdlonel Goorpe Vf.
; CJoetbals, enpincor of the canal, gavo
1 Mr. Wihon nn outUno of conditions in
J the canal zone, urging bini to make a
; visit there as soon- aa possible. Tho
' governor declared after the conference
that bo hud not discussed itlt Colonel
Goothals the question of .appointing a
i civil engineer for the zone,
j "I simply tvantcd to be informed ou
the situation of things at fhc isthmus."
f . explained the prcsidoni-elecT. 'Tasked
I folouol Gocthals many things that 1
I A really could havo found out from
n print, but which I would muck rather
set from Him a'bout the laws an ad
' ministrativo arrangements, eo that 1
j could bo ready to take hold without
too many preliminary inquiries when 1
I Tho governor said ho was una"blo to
' decide at present iust when ho would
visit tho canal, though ho was vory
J anxious to go. Colonel Gocthals ex
plained that he crpected to fill the
canul with water next December.
As Mr. "Wilson desires to sec the canal
beforo it is opened, it is probable that
if ho makes a visit it will be before
The governor said ho was very much
impressed with what Representative
' David X Lewis of Maryland told him
I about poEsiblo developments of tho par
1 eel post law under a postmaster general
I who waa a "master of transportation
I and postal economics.' '
Mr. Lewis informed the governor
that without additional funds or legis
lation tho public could send shipments
at rates averaging half the present 'ex
press rato if fast froight service was
"Mr. Lewis interested mc thorough
ly," said the governor, "because of
tho study on lus part of foreigu sys
tems, ito has a very practicul mind
and a very suggestive "one. "
The president-elect left ltc today
for Xow York for an overnight' visit.
XEW YORK. Jan. 17. President
elect Wilson came to New York tonight
for an .evening's diversion. He l;ept
. the fact of his intended visit a secret
j Np to the hour of his departure from
Trenton at 1:30 o'clock and upon this
i arrival here wont directly t and with
out beiug generally recognised to the
home of his friend, 'Colonel K. M. House,
who was associated with" him in his
Mr. Wilson attended the thenter to
night. He iutended to spend the "night
ut Colonel House's residence, expected
to 6ec no callers, and planned to return
to Trenton on an early traiu tomorrow.
In full eight of tho theater audience
the governor sat in a box throughout
tho performance, apparently unrecog
nised. He applauded frequenilv, in cvi
dent enjoyment of the play. The gov
ernor was accompanied by Colonel
iiouso and two secret service men.
I WILL CUT IE DUTY
I ONPtPifl PIPES
H WASHINGTON Jas, 17. Substun-
tial redaction of tho tariff all along
tho line in tho wood pulp and print
paper schednlo and retention ofap
proximate' the existing duties on to
j bacco, cigars and similar articles, con-
mmi sstituto part of the Democratic tariff
I revision programme to bo presented to
n'c fommg extra session of congress.
This was the situation as viewed to
night by Democratic leaders following
two sessions today and another tonight
" the marshaling of testimony on
schedules M, pulps, papers and 'books,
and , tobacco and its manufactures.
Just how far the Democratic mem
bers will go in cutting tho paper sched
ule is problematical. Thev have not
held a conference on the subject, but
the consensus of their sentiment favors
reduction wherever possible in this part
of the tariff law.
Of tho incidental portions of the
nodule, it probably is assured that
the candidate will provide for free ad
mission of Bibles and of other religion
works. A plea for elimination of the
-J Per cent duly on Bibles waa made
korlav by .the Presbyterian committee
of publication through R. E. Magill ot
ItKhmond. Va.t its secretary.
Most of the Democratic members of
tho committee, if not nil of them, re
gard tho items in the Woacc0 schedule
as luxuries and ono of the most easily
adapted to revenue raising purposes
among the fourteen bchcdules ot the
( htcf interest of the dav centered
in the presentation of the 'arguments
oi tue spokosmeu of the newspaper pub
lishers and of the diametricallv op
posed paper manufacturers. John Nor
tis ot icw York, chairmau of the com
mittee on paper of the American News
paper Publishers' association, repre
ecntinz consumers who pay' ij6f?.0Ort,OiJ0
a year for news print paper tho news
paper throughout the country pre
tontod tettimonv in favor of 'intiii"
down the tariff bars that shnt out C'an
adian paper and the cutting off of all
restrictions upon the importation of tho
cheaper grades of paper and wood
pulps. The American Paner and Pulp
association, through Arthur ('. Hast
ings of "New York ci(v. its president,
representing, ho said, the papor indus
try, with an investment of $400,000,000
and an annual business 0f $300,UOO,000.
voiced opposition to a chance in the
I When you want a reliable medicine
tor a cough or cold take diatubijrkiio 's
Cough Remedy. It can ahvav? be de
pended upon aud its plt-asant'and safe
1 to tuke. For sale bv Schramm-John-
an, Drugs, "the ncvcr-Mibhtitulors."
I five Co) good stores. (Advertisement)
Hj Distreso after ontiug, belching aud
jl nausea between meals aro jvmptom of
j dvepepsia. which Hood's Sarfcaparilla
j always cures. CAdvortiscmenU)
j Discovery of New G2R.
4 LONDON. .Ian. 17. Sir Jortph John
M'i Thomson f'uvcndlbli. profsor of cxp.rl-
k. mcMbI phv!i h at ('ainiirlils tinu e:lty,
mrtourioc'l toms -t Mh illK.-ovrrv o u n
t miU'h in' jvrt hol8 t u same n
aUotishli) to liMlrorrrn Dn' ozotw dues
Ml to oxv'en '
glim W Bmiti)
Born lStfR. Died Jan. 17. 191o. j
MEN K. Sill IS
Well-known Minister, Former
Sail Laker, Passes Away in
Dana T. Smith, a w.oll-ltnown lawyer
of this city, received word yesterday
from Butte, Mont., of the death there of
hla brother, the new Allen Kendal Smith,
rector of St. John's Episcopal church,
Butte, and son of Dr. A. K. Smith of this
city. Death followed an operation for
Istomuch trouble, undergone last Sunday.
The Rev. Allen Kendal Smith, a mem
ber of one of Salt Lako's best known
families, lived In this city during hia
youth and younp manhood, and was wide
ly known and respected, lie was born
In Poughkoepslc, N T.K 1S6S. and came
to Salt Lake with his parents In 1S71
He was educated in St. Mark's school
of Salt Lake. St. Stephen's college. An
nandale, N. Y.. and the General Theo
logical seminary of New York City. For
fifteen years ho was at Christ Church
cathedral, St. Louis, and later in Ellens
burs, Wash. lie had recently accepted
the rectorship at Butte, which he held at
the time of hie death.
Mr. Smith Js survived by his widow,
who was formerly Mlsa Mary Cliaso of
St. Louis;, by four tons, the eldest S
years of age. and by three brothers and
his father. Ills father. Dr. A. K. Smith,
and two brothers, Dana T. and Max B.
Smith, arc living in this city. Tho other
brother, Dr. "Wayne Smith, resides In SL
FRANCE HOUS HER
MOST F1DUS SOW
(Continued from Pago Ono.)
nounced to tho deputies and - senators
who composed the national assembly
and tho throng of spectators, including
people of fashion and diplomats whicH
crowded the galleries. Tho news was
greeted with a round of cheers. As tho
legislators and spectators hUTricd (back
to Paris detachments of soldiers were
being aligued to .salute tho prcsideut
elect and escort him to the capital.
Tlaymond Poincare, now in his fiftv
third year, is of medium height and
sturdy build and radiates an impres
siojt of force both physical and intel
lectual. Ho is versatile and comes from
a family distinguished in ecienco and
literature. The president-elect himself
is a philosopher, a writer and a mem
ber or" the French academy with a not
nblo career iu French law circles.
Never Sends Bill.
His legal practice has been marked
bv the fact that he never sends his
clients a bill for legal services, alwavs
asltiug them to send him the fee which
they consider his services have earned.
Ilis concentration is remarkable and
ho has been enabled, bv erowdiuc
through his affairs iu a short working
dav. to devote much time to private
study and aocial life. He is a."fiii-t
uightcr" and makes a practice of al
ndiiig the prominent stake eveuts ot
the French turf.
Americana havo found him most in
terested iu the institutions aud develop
inent of the United States and ho i
acvtiraMy informed on current Amer
As foreign minister. .M. Poincare
greatly facilitated the work of the
Premier Poiucarc is known to Frcnch
imen aa a " strong man" and his per
sonal qualities drew to his minietrv uu
extraordinary group of French -public
I men, invhiding Amtide Eriant, Alex
landre Millcmud. Leo ttourgeois aud
Theophiln Dclcasse. Ilia cabinet is re
garded as steadfastly opposed to social,
ESTATE OF 13 ROT H ER
Special U The Tribune.
KUXO. Xev., Jan. 17. Bv order of
Judge Harwood of the district court
An. Irev.- Christ eui'CD. treasurer aud su-1
pcrintendeut of the Utah Construction
company, was today appointed adminis.
trator in Nevada of the estate of hia
brother. Herman K. Clirisleusen.- who
died in Fait Lake Cilv October 2fJ. and
the appointment of Public Administra
tor Pruett made in December was set
aside. As head of the H. K. Christen
tco Construction - ooinpaay Herman
ChristoDscu J,!U ,v j,Hif jntcWst in con
trading equipment in Xcvnda vulucc
traetiuu otiuipmeot in Nevada valued
at $5000. The appointment of his brother
to administer the estate was the request
of the widow. Bonds of -flO.OOO were
M;irnh plivar inrt. wedket. the
r.T$" ,. f,,'",.t" ''y''f 'On-tlpatloil.
roii" Iv --iift.H upvruir faKi v, (one tho
i-loma i -ure on-lipntloii, i;o Ak voi r
;rfnj5sl9t for them fAdvcrtlccmcnt.)
' Another . Whirlwind Offering
fP ' NeW' Styllsh
ltf JUST ARRIVED
Ifffci- IsS Every One Strictly Modish
ValUeS $2" ' $2750""
BV 0ur two reccnt 00A-T SALES were so wondorfully success-
laP I "vV lull at we wcre orce by tho urgent demands of our patrons
1 n v ff V if to conducfc another consequently we telegraphed our Nfew
rKT'lj M PIMShN Yollc representative to duplicate the last selection if possible
Wijws fp'j S Vft an Presto! he not only duplicated it, but secured many
&WI!Rr (feliSm even more expensive models and newer styles.
KSlHfl Saturday will see them all go, for there are only two
JSgP hundred in the lot, and wise women who are waiting for this
II I I'll jHM. event, women who saw what their friends got at our two pre
1 i 11 I AUBHffm A vious coat sales ill be on the gi'ound bright and early Satur-
I III III 'XaSJlB Briefly, wo give anidea of what they are, as follows:
I J l f II J l VSiQf Te cs include chinchillas, plaid and check back chin-
I I IBf 11 1 IPB chillas, black broadcloths, zibelines, bouclos in mixtures and
I I S if lll ymj diagonal stripes, silk sealettes, cheviots, etc. All the new ideas
I : j I ji I BS ' iu plaid and checked collars' and cuffs some with genuine
I 'II 1 SB Possum collars, some braid bound, belted styles, full box
' lm JwS stvlesr-in fact, every new, snappy stylo known this season in
j llll jf 'Ml CrJSBS Cat ore be oun in its most Active treatment.
J I' it "jl SBM You Avi11 nofc be offerecl sucn another opportunity this sea-
jjlf IMM son choose from these splendid $20.00 to $27.50 coats at only
m satu:rdaY NIGHT OFFERIWia OF
I ENTIRE STOCK UP TO $4.50 VALUES
I h ll-J SATURDAY NIGHT 7 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
I down and German, robing choose W WM
I TP a 2 1 his a mA from the entire remaining stock at jfl l fl Zw
Toilet Soap niy $Mmw
1 Almond Cocoa Oil Soap an excellent hard water
I 3r.rU.'.!0?.a.bay7y 7c Saturday Sensations in the
W Andrew Jorgen's Honeysuckle, Heliotrope aud Vio- B A m
I IKiSSiS'SL 2lc OOI11PfTlf A
Glycorino or Cocoa Oil Soap large size cakes. Reg- H i 1 1 1 i
m ular 10c each Saturday
cm!z HUNDREDS OF REMNANTS
I worth 10c tho cake Saturday spc- e c. u , . -
1 cial hox of three .- C suclt as would accumulate m a cot- mm mm an
"SSi&t&ttr: .17c HALF
1 All regular 25c Soaps such as Cuticura. Casluuero Flannclottcs, etc., as well as many kinds
I Bouriuot, Rogors and Gallct, Pinaud, Woodbury's of white goodB, all of which are desir- . m mn
and Colgate's included at one 1 511)10 and frora oui" vrcll known low mZM JFvk M
R price Saturday Ai? prices for this last day you can chooso B WW II WF1
1 Jergon's Old Fashioned Glycerine, Eldcrflowcr and any at exactly half. H m WmW
I Oatmeal Soaps Saturday special, a
I tho cake Bl White wool flannel, an elegant GOc Portieres and couch rnvt-rc
Oat Meal, Witch Hazel and Olive Cream Soaps-3 duality, 27 inches wide, 7t oriental iattS and riff Jn- ri,h
cakes in the box-Saturday j j Saturday, yard .'. . . 3 7C 0Y conUiSaSoOnly ew of V
special, the box Outing flannels of such good brands number. Values from 51.50 tS S3
bd j, . as Ajnoskeag, Daisy Toazlo and each or pair. Choose Saturdav
Notion Department g& sgg xS'K; S.arun- $2.48
hags at. 10 Uff IJf1 . "lc rgst ' for com- half dozen doilies to match. Bc-
Omo Out-of-Sight Dress Shields-sizes 2 aud 3-rcg- tag ?'and worth 51.10 fcafcntf(?r5 valuca' Thc 3 d.Z
ular 25c grade-Sat- 1Er Saturday, each 69C 1 1 r"; -
urday--Bleached Pillow Cases-good one. toWo??WAu f0 V1? tllre
Long Point Orao Shields siscs 3 and I regular 35c Poppcrcli brand 42x3U.incli size v wlt0, 10r, with colrcd
and J0c values-Sat-' or Usually lolcl at 18c oSouh'afY d th,?k the,u chcai)
"rday each. Saturday each.... IOC 5??', 24c
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' AN.
NUAL MEETING UTAH SAVINGS
&. TRUST COMPANY.
Tim annual meet lux of ihc slochholrl
crt of the' Utaji Savins & Trust com
pany, a corpora lion, 7; ill be held on
Monday. lh 3rd day oi February. 1913.
ut 10 o'clock a. m.. at I In general place
of buBlnes, "No. -JUS Main street. Suit
Laka City, Utah, for thr election of of
rtccri and trnntactlon of t.uch other busl
nei'e aa may prpry mni bcfoio Uia
mictlnp. X. G. HALL.
Secretary Uuili .SavliiRi & Truet com
pany. Snlt Lake City. Vtaft.
January 11. 1912. n031
ASSESSMENT KO. 3.
IllJcr Nevada. Copper coinpenv. J'rln
olpal place or bu.'lntif. Ka!t Lake Cltv.
I tab. Location of inincf. Lander couiitj,
Notice i .two? j ar at a incot
Inp of the board of directors of the
IHUer Ncuda Copj r rori'iaiiv held on
thc luth day of November. 1012, aaacKn
mcnt No. :; of one-half () cent per
share 'wan levied upon the capital stock
of the corporation, Issued and outstand
ing, payablu lnimrdlKtily to thc secre
tary at hla office, care of McCornlcl:
Co.'s bank, corner Kim South and Main
street. Salt LaJc City. Utali.
Any .nock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on Friday, tho 20th
day of December. l'JJ2. will be dclinouont
and advertised for ealo at public auction
and unless payment Is made before will
be cold on Saturday, tho lltli day of
January. 1013. at 1 o'clock p. m.. at the
ecretary's ofilcc. to pay the delinquent
utbeEment tlicrcon. together ""-'1th tho
costs of advertising- and ex-penae of lal"
JNO. J. MORRIS, Secretary."
First publication November '12. 181
rV a n8eUnc of the dlrectoro of the
Jlll N?ada. Lonper companv. herd at
?,,oC?cr.1uI & 9 batl: 0,1 Wednesday.
lie iSth day of December, 1312 the daiV
delinquency for the payment of as-
jscEsmont No. ?, was extended from
vbn? ??VJ0'-- 10 Wednesday, tho th
any of 1-ebruarv, I9in. "
JNO. "J. MORRIS. Secretary.
ASSESSMENT NO. A
p. K. Silver Mining & Milling company.
Si vClPrtaRac,crt.f, bU3ll'0b3' Salt Xy;
uit. Utah locat on of minus luriiuZ
Sprlnss. Tooele county. Utah. ' "
Notice lo hereby Riven that ai a m..,.
Ins or the board of director of 'the o K
fn fh l,Bi TO" company. hJid
on the C3rd day of December l&r as
aeesment No. 4 of ono-nuarter (iV'ctnt
per 8hro waa lovled upon tho capital
tock of the corporation. Issued and! out
standing, payable Immediately to the sec
retary at hla office. 12S5 Beck 3trPBi
Salt Lake City. Utah. street,
Any stock upon which thla assessment
may remain unpaid on Thursday, thn 30t1i
day of Januarj. 191" m bo dell tin
yna m,C.rill5Ct, for ra,t' mibllcaucMo
and unlras paimciil ih made before, will
A Host of Wonderful I
CLEAN UP I
From the Main Floor m
MEN'S HALF HOSE Fino wool in Ox. ,fl
ford and natural gray ; regular
35c and 50c qualities; Saturday. . . AadCt 'fl
MEN''S HALF HOSE Colored cotton in fl
plain and fancy styles, values to 25c -fl
Saturday. ....... -2 piTSs 29C W
WOMEN'S HOSE Black silk in outskes- 9
regular $1.75 and $2 values S
Saturday, tho pair $JLi49 fl
WOMEN'S HOSE Fine soft fleeced, brp- 9
ken line of sizes regular 50c .fl
values; Saturday, pair JL.S"C
INFANTS' HOSE Of fine cashmero in fl
brown, blue and black regular fl m
25c Mnd; Saturday, the pair JL rC fl
CHILDREN'S HOSE All wool, in tan 9
only splendid 25c and 35c '
grades; Saturday. 0 S
WOMEN'S UNION SUITS Fleece lined J
cotton ; regular sizes ; $1.00 bsb m I
value; Saturday 3C 1 -If
Extra sizes; $1,25 values 63c ;Bj
WOMEN'S VESTS Fine ribbed cotton VI
fleece lined, gray and white; reg- ?Wt
ular 65c value, to close tK'
WOMEN'S TIGrHTS Black wool ribbed;
sizes 4, 5" and 6; regular $1.25 J
quality, to close. jjKi
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S Fine Rib. M
bed Wool Vests in black or gray ; regular 'mL
65c to $2.00 lands; to close, CI
thc garment , dmi&0 w-?
WOMEN'S TIGrHTS In fine ribbed grey K
wool, all imported garaients; values up
toS2.25;to CfctSi W
WOMEN'S GLOVES Heavy street gloves m
in gray, tan or white; Land 2-clasp styles;
$1.50 values, the 1 Jg 33 'W
WOMEN'S PRIX SEAM Street Gloves, in
tans only; regular $1.25 diSrf
value; Saturday special V iap
WOMEN'S GLOVES For street wear, in Wl
tan only; regular $1 number; . "yClrf wr
Saturday special I M'
WOMEN'S CAPE GLOVES Silk lined; m
these in tan only; regular $5gfj" sj -If
grade; Saturday special PJLa59
WOMEN'S MOCHA GLOVES Silk lined; S3
these in gray or black regular $2 values; 'm
special. . Si b3 .'K
SLEEPING PORCH GOWNS Of best out-
ing flannel with hood attached; splendid 'w'
$1.50 value; Saturday dCI '
special eS?C :Wki
NEMO CORSETS An odd line to close; mj
regular price $3.50; SH Qfi mW
Saturday special p i 'Wj
BREADWINNER ROMPERS This famous y
line in pink and blue ginghams; tan and
blue chambray; may be worn MQtf mZ.
as creepers; 75c value. .... TrS?Cr J"
CHILDREN'S OUJINCf flannel sleeping garmcnta, '111
white and colored. Siscs 2 to 6 years $f 'mm
RcgiUar 65c value 2IOU J'
LACES An odd lot of torchon, eluuy and uialtcso 'Sht
cdgUiga and insevtlona. "Worth Js mTf
to 20c a yard -Saturday
ALL-OVER IiAOES In whito, cream and ecru, .
beautiful patterns vrortli to SSdtf BSr
JSl.fiO a yard to closo Sv mM
REMNANTS of laces, cmbroidorics, ucta, etc. 'w
Worth to 35c the remnant Ca 1 1
to close each ... ..bJ"v fl
COLLARS An assortment of Dutch collars, stocks iWL-
and jabots Jn dainty styles. Worth jm
35c to UDc each, to close JLvv
be sold on Thursday, the 20th day of
aaLKm.nt .uce' tu pay the delinquent
costs of udvcrtlcJngr und expenoo of aalc.
m-Mt r,K,i ! MvOLT. Secretary.
H. at publication, Decembor 29, 1012.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT SALT
r, , . L,AKE TENNIS CLUB.
rM t-p w pla(- of buslneoa, Salt Lake
. Notlco lie hereby given that at a mcot
15 5- , tho board f directors held on thc
26t.h day of December. 191-. an mb?
mcnt of eight dollars per ahare wae levied
on tho capital stock of the corporation,
payablo Immediately to E. M. GariiVt"
Secretary or fald corporation, at. the club
house of said corporation, on Tenth East
Mrcct bet -.vcon Second and Third South
street, Salt Lake City. Utah. Any
block upon which this assessment may
rrmaln unpaid on tho Srd day of Fchru
.'in. l'jr;r will be dellnrjucnt and adver
tised for sale at public auction i an iSHp5
Ices payment Is made before, w'1.P,e,?Bf
on tho 24th day of February,
12 o'clock noon of bald day, at the ""MHA
house of ' said, corporation, to PfA .MfUl
dcllnoucnt assessment, together v,LnJM.-v-coato
of advcrtlbln? nnd xpcnH5 o my
IS. ai. GARNJ3TT, S9croUUn
Clubhouse, Tenth East street J
Second and Third South street, -m
L;iko City. Ulah. ,, jm
Dated at b'aJt Lake City, this Kl ? j
of December. A. D. 1912. 2Zi3m J
cil AMD HEALTH IU muiHEtt WU S"l11
Mna. WjksloWi Soornio Sr&tfaiMm
osed for over SIXTY YEARS by. JSIB
MOTnEKS for their CHILDREN-JfiSM
TKETJIING. with PERFECT SOCH
SOOTHES the CHILD. SOFTENS M,VBH
ALLAYS all PAIN ; CURES W.lND PJiTmmM
is the best remedy for niAKKHJ?, i
solutely harmless. He sure nd,VT:i''i5BB
Wlnalow's Soothlnc Syrup." and UW Bj
Und. Twenty.fivc cents a bottle. H Jl