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h 8 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY IS. 1013. jl
I PACK HAS FIN-IN '
OIL FIELDS OF f Ail
I Speaks as Scientist, Not as a
1 Boomer, Before Utah So
: ciety of Engineers. j
! Professor V. .1. Pack oi the L'niver
' fry of Utnh, last ntyhi addressed the
Vtah Socloty of Engineers on the col
tr iijr v of Utah oil field?. He prefaced his
i remarks with the statement that he wns
clad there were no boomers present, as
what he would have to say was better
' j fiMod for engineers than boosters. In
icw, he said, of the preponderance of
failures over successes so far in drilling
t for oil within the state, there doubtless
was not one engineer out of the bun-
drcd or more present but regretted that
I the boomer aud booster were missing,
i Perhaps overt other man in I'tah
doubts that there is oil existing within
i K tho state, but Dr. Pack is one who be
i ' l?fts nil ilons ivvist and ho knows from
I personal and continuous investigation
that tho promising Holds of tho state
havo not been given tho systematic aud
ntelligent development that their mcr-
its warrant, and which they must sc
rum before success linally crowns the
i ' effort of the operator.
, The Vernal, San Juan nnd Green
River fields he regards highly as a gool-
ogist. Iu tho Vernal field, for instance,
he cites the fact that there exists the
I greatest series of oil shales to be found
i anywhero in tho -world. In tho San
Juan field, whero a great deal of work
has boon dono to date, tho oil beds pros
pected have been those- of shallow depth
, and zones whose usefulness has been
t reduced steadily throughout past ages
j by seepages?, and beds affected by seep
I 1 ages naturally each day aro losing their
1 precious contents. Depth must "be
! ' rcachcd in San Juan, he insisted.
Tho subject of refining crude oil was
handled admirably by .1. C. Howard be
fore tho society last night. Mr. Uow
, ard traced the oil from the still on
Through tho various processes it must
pass to reach tho gasoline, naptha. kcr
I osene, solar oil, gas oil and innumerable
othor stages so essential to commerce.
Preceeding the talks of the evening
Tho following wore elected to mcmbcr-s-iiip
in tho society: Members, S. S.
. rcntz and Murray Sullivan: juniors,
W. W. Clvde, B. V. Dean and 0. 0.
ARE GIVEN. DISCHARGE
Before leaving for St. Louis yesterday
to sit on tho bench of tho United States
rcult court of appeals, Judge John A.
Marslinll disposed of a number of bank
Si ruptcy cases.
I) Tho following bankrupts were dls
,j argcd: S. R. Avcfoh. William- H. Oblad,
j 'Jeorge G. Geary and 13. AV. Scott of Salt
fj Lake, and Ludwip; Ernstrom of Murray.
1 The petitions of the following were
it adjudicated nnd referred to the referees
J mi bankruptcy: H. F Williams. Salt
Q Tjikc. I.olloj Shelby. KaysvIIIc; Niels A.
8 Pea iron, Amoncan Fork.
I FOURTEEN YEARS
P' Restored to Health by Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable
j Elkhart, Ind. suffered for f our-
teen years from orgnnic inflammation,
': " ri !?!; female weakness,
i "jSSXM Pain an frregulari-
' -JwSBB ties. "The pains in
:BrBi my s'ces wcre in"
I IBF gjll creased by walking
' i Bi L) WiM 0L' standing on my
A WKM nwu bearing down
jyitf -0L7r. feelings, was de-
mmwfi :::-Jni Pressei n spirits
, ' h'J' .' '' an(l became thin and
. . '' 'Y?' ' pale with dull,heavy
' ' eyes. I had six doc-
H- tors from whom I received only tempo
rary relief. I decided to give Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a fair
trial and also the Sanative Wash. I have
now used the remedies for four months
and cannot express my thanks for what
' they have done for me.
"If these lines will be of any benefit
, you" have my permission to publish
H them." Mrs. Sadie Williams, 455 j
James Street, Elkhart, Indiana.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound,made from native rootsand herbs,
contains no narcotic or harmful drugs,
and to-day holds the record of being the
most successful remedy for female ills
H, j we know of, and thousands of voluntary
H testimonials on file in the Pinkhani
1 laboratory at Lynn, Mass., seem to
prove this fact
that Lydia JR. Pinkham's Vegcta
l)lc Compound will help vou, write
, rice. Your letter willho opened,
read and answered by a woman,
and held in strict confidcuce.
I1 , Deposits of this dm J
H , ' bank increased '
I over $1,200,000 ,
I) "ThcrCa a reason." l! ji'j! ,
- s Mm
W Walker g
Ik rounded 1859. "IH si
Hli Capital $500,000. '251
ARE ON THE JOB
Daily Duties Regularly Attended
to Despite Excitement or
riven show iveek does not, prevent
the aristocracy o L'tah hendom from
att'ondinj: to daily duties. This fact
hag been firmly established by the Utah
hens on display at the twenty-fifth an
nual oxhibition o the Utah Stntc
Poultry association, at 125 South
.Main street. During the past week not
a iinglo day lias passed but that more
than 100 ctfgs have been added to
wealth of the world bv the prize hcus
Owners of1 the common chickens
would appreciate this sort of loyalty,
with present prices applying on eggs.
1'aucicrs, with thoroughbred lloclrs. ex
perience an even .greater degree of
satisfaction, in the industry oE their
birds. Kji,'is, of the sort that have been
presented to proud owners at tho poul
try show during the pnst week are
worth from $3 to $12 a dozen. .Numer
ous sales have been made and practi
cally every hen on exhibition tins at
least paid her own ciitranco I'ce.
restcrday's attendance at. the poul
try show was up to the average, al
though coinnurativelv few people visit
ed the show rooms during the morn
ing hours. All of the prizes, with the
exception of those offered by the
Americau Poultry association to" mem
bers have been awarded. Judge F. 11.
Shcllubnrger will announce the winners
of these premiums todav after which
he will Jrave for Grand Island, iSebvus
kn. to judKe another show.
The oxhibition will closo at 10
o'clock tonight. Some of the exhib
itors are preparing to send their birds
to Murray and Ogdcn to compete in
the shows to be held next week.
Weather forecasts Tor Salt Lake City
City and state or Utah Fair Saturday,
warmer north portion; Sunday, local rain
Comparative weather data at SaliJake
City, January 17, 1913:
Ulfrliost temperature todav was 35 de
forces: highest In this month since 1674
was CO decrees: lowest last nlpht was 26
decrees; lowest thin month since 1S7-I
was 20 degrees below zero; mean tem
perature for today was 30 degrees; nor
mal was 20 dngrecs; accumulated de
ficiency since the first of the month Is 50
ltelatlvc humidity at 6 a. m. today was
7.T per cent relative humidity at 6 p m.
today was on per cent.
Trttnl nrrirlrMrM fni tli. (M-nnit.-Mn-
liours ending at (J p. in. today was .12 of
an inch; total for this month to dale Is
.51 of an Inch; accumulated deficiency
Tor this month to date Is .25 of an Inch;
total precipitation nlnce January 1 to
date is .51 of a.n inch.
Sun rises at 7:19 a. m. and sets at 5:20
p. m., January IS, 1013.
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Stations. i f Z
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SALT LAKE :51 35 26 .12
Boise 34 34 26 .06
Cheycnno 20 26 IS .01
Chicago 42 54 50 .01
Denver 32 40 28 ....
Des Moines 22 ....
Dodffc City 12 62 2S...
Duluth 2 8 8 .00
Durango 32 36 28 .24
Grand Junction 30 40 28 .03
Havre 10 2 22 .00
Helena ... 28 30 2 .01
Huron 4 s 2 .00
Jacksonville 04 76 60 .00
Kansas City 46 50 40 .00
I.andor 24 26 24 .00
JLos Angeles r4 GO 4S .24
Modcrta 34 38 2S .02
Moorhcad S 6 C .02
New Orleans 70 74 uS .00
N'ew York rS GO H .2
North Platte 36 12 IS 00
Oklahoma 60 70 51 .00
Phoenix r.S G2 40 .00
Pocatello , 26 30 26 04
Portland. Or 34
Rapid City 0 12 0 .66
San Diego 54 58 4S .10
bt. Iouis 58 60 06 .12
St. .Paul 12 12 S .00
San Francisco 52 54 44 .4
Seattle 38 3S 32 .10
Sheridan ic 2810 .00
Spokane 2S 32 ,1 06
Tonopah ; 30 30 22 !00
,:lington ... 64 CS 4S .01
V Illslon 1 30 .00
wlnncTiiucca 32 40 IS .00
Indicates below aero.
BENNER X. SMITH NO
LONGER ON THE BOARD
The resignation of Bonner X. Smith
from the board of examiners or appli
cants for admission to tho Utah bar, sub
mitted several wcokH ago. was accepted
by the supreme court Justices yesterdav
and ilson L Snyder of the firm of Sny
der & Snyder was appointed to till the
Mi. Smith lias been a member of the
board for four yearn Other members aro
E. C. Ash ton and M. E. Wilson. It Is tho
duty of the board to pass judgment on
all aspirants to the bar In Utah.
" Directors Elected.
Directors and officers for the ensuing
year were elected at the annual meet
ing of the Salt Lake Trackage & Ware
house association, held In tho offices of
George M. Cannon & Company in tho
Hotel Utah, yesterday. Directors were
Heeled as follows: Lars Hansen and S.
S. .lenscn of Ogdcn. Gcorgo M. Cannon
, t X. Sircvcll and Theodore NVutrom of
Following the stockholders' meeting, !
the new board mrt and effected Its or
ganization, rc-clectlng aij of the officers.
Tin: officer? arc: I.ara Hansen, president :
George M. Cannon, vice president, and
George M. Cannon. Jr.. sccretarv und
treasurer. The cvecutlvc committee is
cnmpi'Bwl of George M. Cannon, Theo
dore Nystrom and S. S. Jensen.
LINCOLN DAY SOCIAL
At a meeting of the general arrange-
mcnia committee which has in charge
the LSncoln'n birthday celebration. It waa ,
decided to give an old-time get-ac-iuaintd"
informal social on the evening
of February 11 at Unity hall. 138 South
Second East street. There will bo
tpeeohoB, music, carda. refreshments nnu
dancing. The committees who have the
affair in ch:r?e follow t
Arrangements A. II. Pai-fons. H A.
Anderson. S?. H. Love. O. H. Hewlett.
Dr. Kirmln B. Morgan. 1
Entertainment H. A McMlllln. .Icssc
W. Fox. George W. Moycr. Parley V. .
Chrlstenscn. G. E. I.undy.
Luncheon Laura Ilndlev. rs. Lum
Wilkinson. Mrs. Lavlna Livingston. Dr. 1
Agnes Winv.H!, .1. T, Corbridgp. ,
Tickets Charles A. Weaver. . T. P. ,
Pag.. E. H. Dohcrty. George Scnlll. . 1
E. Impey. , w
A large inception committee will oa
DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE ,
The Commercial club will he rcpre- ;
sentcd by a delegation of seventeen (
members at the annual convention of the
L'tah Development league, which will ,
take place at Ogdon January 21 and 22.
W. w. Armstrong, who yesterday re
tired as pre-fldeiit of the Commercial club,
appointed the .'ollowlnjf delegate?- W .
F. Jensen. Joseph E. Cain-. W. C. star. ,
AV. G. Furrcll. V- W. Reynolds. D. I. ;
Colielt. L A. Mcnlll. W. W. Ray. Fred
C. Graham. John D. Giles. Ilnroid La
Fount, H. S. Ensign. W. M. EUhion, L j
S. Mariger. D. II. Christcnsen, M. M -Kalghn
and Water .1. Burton. '
SHOW OPENS MONDAY!
Final arrangements for the flr.?t annual
exhibition of the Salt Lake County Poul-(
try association, to be held In Murray
Jniv.iarv 20-25, wore perfected at a meet
ing of the association last night. Fverj
Lhinsr I? ready for tho opening of th
show nt 10 o'clock Monday morning, .fid
officers of the association declare that
the Murray show will be the best ever
held !n the stale.
Sovonty-five entries have already been,
received bv the association. Ah exhibi
tors have until 10 o'clock Monday morn-'
ing to install th!r exhibits. It is ex-
pected that the number will be ma- I
tcrially Increased before tho show opens.
CITY HAS BIG SUM
IN CASH ON HAND,
According to the nionthU- report of the
cltv auditor, tiled with the city recorder
yesterday, tho city had SU2.301.1M cash .
on hand December 31 and the total as
set. of the city were SI, 612,443.01. as ,
against $1,371,381.86 in outstanding war- '
The receipts for the month from all j
departments were $403,057.25. and the to
tal expenditures were $165,450.12. Of
the cxpeditures. the department of pub- 1
lie safety spent S47.277.70: the depart
ment of public affairs and finance. .
$6098.10; the department of streets, -I .- I
9S0.72: the water department, .$13,854.53. j
and the par): department. 55442.23. ,
Case Moves Slowly. ;
The afternoon session In the criminal
division of the city court. Judge N. H.
Tanner presiding, was taken up largely
In a wrangling cross-examination of wit
nesses in the case of "W. B. Hammond,
proprietor of the Trcmont hotel, charged
with conducting a disorderly house.
Hammond was the last witness on the
stand, and was much disposed to enter
into argument with Prosecutor "W. W.
L-lltlc. Once he was restrained by tho
judge. Throughout the cross-examination
Hammond proved a wily witness, re
fusing persistently to be drawn into con
lllctlng statements. The case was con
tinued until tomorrow.
Expects Big Attendance.
That an attendance of 500 will be re
corded at tlie ninth annual convention
of the State Horticultural society, to be
held In Ogden, January 20-22, is the be
lief of J. Edward Taylor, secretary of
The programme, which has been pre
pared under the direction of Mr. Taylor,
will deal chiefly with the marketing
problems confronting the Utah horticul
turists. Every phase of the problem
will be covered in the papers and dis
cussions of tho convention, and the
fruitgrowers look forward to an inter
esting and profitable meeting.
Dies Alone in Room.
John Isackson. 52 years of age. was
found dead in his room at the Oxford
rooming house yesterday morning. Upon
Investigating the case, Detectives Gilles
pie and Ijyon found that Isackson had
been auffcrlng from erysipelas, which
was the probable causo of death. The
case was reported to the health officers
and the body removed to the undertak
ing rooms of O'Donnell & Co. A son-in-law,
Gust Rose of Park City, was noti
fied and came to Salt Lake last night
lo arrange for the funeral, which will bo
held from the O'Donnell chapel at 2
o'clock this afternoon. Interment will
be in tho City cemetery.
Inspect Now Orpheum.
M. Meyerfield, Jr., and A. Abrahams,
president and vice president of the Or
pheum Theater &. Realty company, are
in tho city and will leave tomorrow for
San Francisco, They will then go to
Europe to investigate acts for the cir
cuit. They came here to inspect the new
Orpheum In course of construction.
Snow Comes and Goes.
George A. Snow, vice president and
general manager of the Delta Land &
Water Co.. left for the ca-st ycBtcrday
morning. Mr. Snow arrived at the Hotel
Utah Thursday night from California.
Larceny Charge Stopped.
On motion of counsel for tho slate, the
charge of grand larceny against Frank
Barnes was dismissed by Justice F. M.
To Install Cluster Lamps. I
Special to The Tribune.
POCATELLO. Ida.. Jan. 17. Follow
ing the announcement of .a radical re
duction In the rates for lighting the
streets by the Idaho Consolidated Power
company, a movement has been started
on West Center street to instnll a series
of cluster lamps along that street. For
two years cluster lights have been tried
on North Main and the system Is very
satisfactory. By the recent agreoment be
tween the city and the light company, the
street area will cost S5.50 a month,
Cluster lights will be supplied with cur
rent for 52,50. The clusters consist of
four forty-watt lights and one alxtv
S "I am an old man and many of my troubles n hi
never happened." ELBERT HUBBARD
IrpHE white hair and wrinkled faces of our busy men and women tell
I of doubt, fear and anxiety more than disease or age. Worry plays
havoc with the nervous systemso thatdigeation is ruined and sleep
banished. What oil is to the friction of the delicate parts of an engine
Golden medical Discovery
is to the delicat organs of the body. It's a tonic and body 'craildor beeaiwo it
stimulates the liver to vigorous action, assists the atoaiach to aesimilatc food thus
enriching the blood, and tho nerve and heart in turn are fed on pure rich blood.
I Neuralgia "is the cry of starved nerves for food." For forty years "Golden
Medical Discovery" in liquid form has given (jreat satisfaction an a tonic and
Now it can be obtained in tablet form from dealer in medicine
ornendoO one-cent ttampm for trial box. Write R. V.Pierce, Buffalo.
BHn 2; MERCK'S PEXUETS 1
is popular in households
where good things to eat are
appreciated. You cannot
imagine the real dclicious
ness of its flavor until you
have tested it.
Nelson & Ricks Co.
Not in any Butter Trust.
TWO RESCUED FROM
Special to The Tribune.
PARK CITr, Jan. 17. This morninff,
shortly after 9 o'clock, a snowslide camo
down near the Daly-Judgre tunnel, cover
ing two men and a four-horso team and
It Eeemed ag if both men and animals
would be suffocated. All, however, were
rcsoucd except one horse, which was
dead when taken out.
The avalanche came from the cast side
of the canyon as in other years, but for
3omc roason the slide was mucli largor
this time than in other years. Tho res
cue was due to the prompt action of
Superintendent Mason of the Daly-Judge
company, who sent all of the top men
at the tunnel workings lo dig the men
aud horses out.
Al Thomas, teamster Tor V. D. L,ewis.
was driving up the canyon road and
Fred Kummer, roadmaster for tho D-.Uy-Judgn
company, was In the ore sleigh
riding along with him when they heard
the roar of anow sliding. Lroolclng behind
them they saw a small snowslldc descend
near tho American Flag dump and as
there was another tcamBter driving near
this slide they were waving him out of
danger. Whllo their anna were In tho
air tho big slldo came down and com
pletely burled them with the team and
The fact that the men had their arms
above their heads greatly assisted tho
rescuing party in finding them.
Thomas waB the first found and lie was
not Injured at all, but was badly fright
ened. Kummer was taken out a few mo
ments later. He was bruised and uncon
scious. TTo wa3 taken at once to the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Mason, whero ho
was rjulckly revived. The horses wero
then taken out, ono of tho four being
dead. The sleigh was also badly dam
aged. The loss will amount to about
5500 for Mr. Lewis.
FIELDS IS PROVIDED
Spacial to The Tribune.
BOISE, Ida.. Jan. 1". Declaring that
the Carey act segregation under the
Pahsimeroi project Is being held solely
for speculative purposes, and that the
settlement of the valley was thereby
greatly retarded; that not a shovelful of
dirt has been turned on tho project, anil
no construction work of any kind baa
been begun by the promoters; that the
iHnd which rightly belongs to tho people
of Idaho Is being kept from settlement
at thn expciiflo of people who want and
need homos, a petition signed bv twentv
four scttlera In the counties of Lemhi
arid Custer, asking for tho cancellation
of the Segregation, was presented In tho
seriate tlila morning by McBeth.
Two new bills wcre Introduced and one
was withdrawn. Tho two new bills. Nos.
21 and 22. were by Fielus and Baldrldgo.
respectively. Ficlds's bill amends sec
lion 2L'2S of the code relating to the levy
ing of taxes for general revenue pur
poses. Ttie state affairs committee recom
mended the adoption of Defenbach's res
olution presented several davs ago and
providing for tho appointment of a sen
ate auditing committee. The resolution
passed and Taylor gave the chalrman-
Our Removal Sale Compelling t
the Tearing Down of Prices 1
This Morning, at 9 Sharp I
Over Two Hundred Women's and Misses7
Coats Will Be Placed On Sale at Prices to i
Close Them Out Quickly IE
All-Wool Coats &b JT S F! Hfty All-Wool Coats, peon jT ms W
worth up to IU worth up to $15, to Jk J B
$20.00, at Vf S KJ dose.out at once - - W J K
One Hundred All-Wool Coats, that ffh A m m
formerly sold at $10.00, todav - - - jt IK
$20.00 Corduroy Suits $9M I
1 Sizes 34. 36, 3S. -10. Colors, navy and black. Made ol' an extra good quality ol' the 1
I velvet corduroy. Jauntily trimmed. Only 12 suits. An excellent suit for all around wear.
Our Entire Line of Children's All- I
Wool Coats Meet a Greater 1
36 CHILDREN'S COATS That sold at $5.0O, $5.50 and $0.00. All east into one lol aud WL
go for $2.95. K
130 OHILDREN'Sv COATS That sold at $6.50, $6.75 and $7.50. All to go Saturday for K
18 CHILDREN'S COATS That sold up l,o $10.50 at $4.95. W
Sizes only 2, 3, 4 and 5 years. A good assortment: of colors.
HANID BAGS One lot; of INFANTS' DRESSES, long HAIR BRUSHES Kfgulai
novelty leather bags, flat and short. Made or' fine 50c "Keep Clean" brush
envelope style finished with nainsook, with fine lace, cm- nadc of puLe brisLlcS) set h
metal clips. Regu- rffh broidered or tucked yokes , .., ,
, d.i i p SO r 4 4 o . aluminum lace, solid wood
lav $1 bags, for vut sizes 6 months to 2 vears;
$2.25 and $3.00 CORSETS, C 1 3k
broken lines. All good mod- s5c Mandelu ' Dressi
els. A large assortment of M U ht Qy $1 Dressing Saccules, hincy
sizes to select from. To- dait. coloic; figured cotton eider All
rXT $1.65 Sat:: o9c -es; stm,,ay, 4q
speeiai ' f w children's UNDERWEAR special
$1.75 KID GLOVES Two One lot of wool drawers,
clasp, Paris point." Made o white or natural, broken All-Wool $3 Sweaters, ool-
Ycd French kid, to be closed line of sizes. 2 to 10 years: ovs, navy, white and gray,
out at. the rf 1 q 50c and up to $1 Saturday, 7
pair pi;lJ values, all go at .... . D special f) 1 . JO K
-' - '""'"Wt
I Caterers -Pre-eminently Superior 1
SOUVENIR CHOCOLATES. Our regular 50c grado I
Saturday only, per box fa3C I
A most delicious assortment oC ncli fruited crouma, c.-iranic and 1
inursbmallow centers covered generously with a very line thc oC I
SALE LIMITED TO 1000 BOXES. 1
BOTH STORES: 108Matu St. 268 Main St. I
ship to Fields of Latah, the only sena
tor who was not given a. chairmanship
when the standing committees were an
nounced. In the house, Representative Elliott of
Bonner county introduced a bill calling
for tho creation of Valley county out of
part of Bonner county. X resolution
aklnpr the legislature to so on record In
recommending an Idaho man for secre
tary of the Interior to President-elect
WHson, was Iclllcd.
Seeks Lost Brothers.
In a letter received yesterday by Chief
of Police B. F. Grajit. Hufus Knapp of
Gunnison. Colo., anks for help from the
police of Suit Lake In locating: his broth
er, J. Warren Knapp. The man sought
n 21 yearn of ase and camo here about
two months ago, since when liiH relatives
have not heard from him.
SPECIAL TODAY !
Shamrock Cocoanut, 10c Per Lb.
We still have some of those dish pans and kettles that wc arc
giviug with a Sl.00 purchase.
National Tea Importing Co.
15-17 WEST FIRST SOUTH.
Now. of all times s tlio tini ,K;
when you need good coal. ou?r,i'p
entitled to full heat as well as Kf'
Wo Riiaranleo both.
A "Savings" Idea. I
More nionuy is each vcar ffj,
added to savincs accoiintJ fl" wt
intcrost by tho saviucs hanl" mil
of the country than Is saden vy
by the customers as now oe- mt
That, indicates the ivmofr Hft
ance of compound IntorcBt.
"National Copper Sorvicc"