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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY IS, 1913. H
1 EW POLICE MMl
J KJffi FIELD
1 r Patrolmen Are Supplied With
lh, Authentic Information for
JS- Benefit of Public.
v The "Police Manual," a compilation
r ? , of useful information which every mem-
Of )i her of tbc police force will be required
ft T to have at his Hnpor tips hercaftor.
Jj came from the printers yestorday and
i Tvill be distributed today among tho
? if members of the police force.
SI The booklet ha3 been in course of pre-
I paration under tbc direction of Mayor
j 3 Jaamuol C. Pari; for several months. It
.5 ! contains a little of even imaginable
I 1 orfc of information that rho ingenuity
J j of the average tourist might seek to ex-
J tract from a patrolman on the street.
1 ft The table of contents shown tho fol-
i lowing subjects: Aid to the injured,
J 11 asylums and homes, cemeteries.
a d churches, clubs and societies, digest ot
3 ij laws and ordinances, distnnces from
1 Salt Lake, fire alarm boxes, general po-
fl rf, lice ordorH, geeural police rules and reg-
1 1 illations, general statistics, grades of po-
5 jjp licomon. hospitals, hotels, oaths of of-
i fc flee, ordinance creating department, or-
a I ganization of department, principal
3 buildings, points of interest, railroad
j 4 ticket officer, railroad depots, ranks of
ofllccrs, relationship of police to fire dc-
ft partmont. salaries of officers and policc-
)?j A men. schools, signalphone system, street
1 car guide, street and avenue guide, traf-
J j tic regulations and uniform regulations.
J 1 Copies of the manual will bo distri-
I buled to the police force and to the
9 a various department heads of the1 city
I if government. Avranrcments may be
3 made later for distribution to the gen-
y ernl public at a price just sufficient to
Jin defray Lhe cost of printing additional
a J copies.
J j "ac Statistics
W. Hayes. 455 East Seventh South,
John Wetherman. Holy Cross hospital.
A. R. Stephens, 5 lf West Second North,
.Ittt n- s- Hanson. 53S TV eat Second North,
B 1 L. M. Tlsayor, 340 Second TCast street,
J! OF tforenson, 140 South Ninth West.
( .lanuiiiA '0. Jfil!!, Arthur M. Neitson.
j St. Marks hospital, ayed 7 years, rail
j road accident.
, January 15, 1P13, Mose? P. Ttockwood.
r L. D. &'. hospital, ascd nP years, cancer
J of the stomach.
( January 15. 1913. Albert D. Armstrong.
St. Marks hospital, aged 39 years, frac-
g turcd spine.
January Hi. 1913. Ar.nic 1C. Massing,
1033 East Fourth South street. af;ed Si
b yvaiz rarclnoma of the breast.
mM Marriage "Licenses.
9Mt' Leonard James BaRley and Esther
K Amelia Brooks. Salt Lake.
! Nick Cnbokos. Murray: Alice A. Black.
GCI j Real Estate Trausfcrs.
! Aci.cb Molvvvan to William Mc
;: Kwnn, lots 'J2 to 33, block 2.
j Pleasant View addition $ 10
i. AqnoB McEwtuj to II. T, rcEwan.
; lots 7 to 13. block '2. Pleasant
View add;; ion 10
Asnes AloEvvan to G. C. McEwan.
lots 1 to i). block 'J. Pleasant
' View addition 10
( .Maria L. Yv'iilard to Annie L.
Goddard. part of lot A, block 24,
;, plat A 1
J J. V. Glade and wife to Bettiiyou
A Ilomo Huildinfr company, lots .
J 15 and 1G. block 1, Idlewlld addi
i tlon 300
'(Estate of Emma A. Morton to B.
R it lileby, part of lot 1, block JS.
11 L plat A 1,125
ui j Granite Tnve&tment company to B.
N. Jensen, lot 7. Clearvlew sub-
J'j ?j division 10
S ;tN. II. Stone and wife to Claud
K. ft rtlchard. lots 3. 4 and 5. block
if 1, Pcrkltu second addition n
W. i( Kimball & Richards to Gertrude
7 4 Knishtor. lots 199 and 00, IHkIi-
-Jj S land Parle, nln I A 950
J V.nirlstina R. Voorhcea to Ivlmball
i 'A & Richards, lots 1 and 'J. block .
? Tdlewild addition tuO
j 4 Kimball ft Richards Securliv com
L' pany to Kimball A- Richards
a 4 company, lots 2S and 29. block 2,
"j l Burton Place, second addition... 10
yMnry J. Snarlnf;er to Floreiuf-
5 Shovvfll, part of lot 7. btock 37.
Wi plat A 220
piurlan A. M. Cannon to John AW
Tate, lots 2S. 29 and 30. block
;! 2. Emerson HelBht,s addition .. 10
i Douglas Heights La"nd & Improve
!j mcnl i om pany to Lena R- Al
i bauuh. Iotr. 84 to SC. block S.
I Douplas Parle subdivision 1.750
Sr.. B. Call and wife to Kessle Jen
Jtl :ori lot 7. block 1. Norwood
JfL , Place 2.t30
W Jfclbert S, K.rkwood to Amanda
? A Klrkvvood. part of lot 1, block 35.
a!' plat F 1
4 fEUxa Soufer; to Ma: .McKnlcf-.
' lots s and 9 a.ni part of lot T.
f block 3, New Ensland subdls!
1 sion .... S50
jji Eaf ani Ost Thin
11- LTHs 19 turnlnsr ai old phraBo f.ja
JKJbout, but inodcn: mt-tl:od:i of rvduciilt:
w.fat havo made thla revision powlbia.
1 4' you aro ovtrfat and r.lso averse to
Jlphyslcal cxertlo:: ur.d likewise fond Oi
K;tho tablB and still v.ittt to reduce jour
xccs8 Qeoh several j:c-;:nd. do this; Go
you" flruggitit -..r write tha Munaola.
Co., Farmer Culidln.. Djtrolt. Mich.)
nd frlve him for .tnl lhew'" -3 '-en:?-7jce-jBr
O3I3 modett unt-cnt of rr.cncy tho
MjffUKBlHt will put .'i tco w.iy of st
j2WUfylnp your ambiv.ot. :or n, rice, trlrri,
:B'f8ilro flgiirf, IJo -.vlil V.a:id you ?. kiryo
icase of Marmola PrcscrJyUr.u Tablets
"Kcompoundcd In nccordancu with tho 'a
.nou8 Marmola Prcucrlptlon), o:e
ggrwhlch you mn3t take cftur each meal
"nd at bcdtlmo until you besln to loao
MMiTonr fat at tho rate of 12 to 16 ounces
JBt day. That In all. Just f& on eating
PhAt you like. Ichvc rxerclslntf to Ino
jMjthleteB. but take your little tablet alth
WMmY and without a doubt that flabby
VmMiMh. will quickly tako unto Itself "tftninf.
rjm-Ltevl.n' behind It your natural rclf,
"K'xsaUy fflothcd In Qrro ficah and trim
FOBBEBY 15 CHARGE
Merchant Detains Man With
Check Who Wanted to
"Run Over to Hotel."
'Jf you will wait until I can run over
to tbe Cnllcu hotel I can get some one
who will identify me." said C. R.
Marks, who presented a clicck at Gard
ner Sc Adams's store on Main slrcot yes
terday. ,fs'o. We will wait xipht here for a
tow minutes," paid V. L. Gardner,
whose suspicions had been so aroused
that lie had been bus- on the telephone.
Within a few minutes Patrolman Ford
P. Drifts arrived from police headquar
ters, followed soon by II. W. Hcapren
of the IJtah Fish & Poultry company.
The check was for $31.50 and was
made out to C. H. Nelson. It was signed
" W. IT. Ilcaqren" and indorsed "C. II.
Nelson " on the bach. Though the initials
were reversed, Mr. Heagrcu thought
that it might have been an attempt to
forge his name, and "Marks, as ho gave
his name at police headquarters, was
arrested on a charge of torgery. Mr.
Ileagreu says that he has track of an
other check' much like this one. It was
for $35.00 and was cashedat a local dr'
goods store. It was reported to Mr.
Itcagren when it reached the bank. Mr
Gardner was familiar with the signature
of Mr. TIcagron and "spotted" the
cheek for n bad one as soon as he saw it.
DIVORCE MILL GRINDS
FOR NINE COUPLES
ievcu interlocutory and two final de
crocs were granted by Judge C. W.
Morse at tho regular divorce matinee
Annie R. Lord was given an interloc
utory decree from Henry B. Lord, cus
tody of a minor child, $25 monthly ali
mony and $50 attorney's fees. An or
der was entered prohibiting Lord from
visiting his erstwhile home.
Gladys C. Austin was given an inter
locutory decree from T. O. Austin on
the ground of failure to provide, FTer
maiden uamo of ChristenscD was re
stored to hor.
Nellie Cardon won her freodom from
.T. C. Cardon and Lucile Griffith from
W. D. Griffith on grounds of desortion
and improvidence. Kate S. Draper was
given an interlocutory decree and cus
tody of a child from t). T. Draper. The
order was entered on default. Margaret
K. Palmer won a decree from George 0.
Palmer on a showing of desertion.
Rosclto Robinson Thiclc was given an
interlocutory decree from Frank L.
Thiclc. custody of a minor child and $10
Final decrees" were awarded Jennie
F. McEwen from P. F. McFwen and
Florence Mackay from Horace H.
Upon his promising to conduct him
self eorrectlj'. John T. Garit, an aged
man, against whom an order was is
sued several daj-s ago forbidding him
from returning io his home pending the
divorce suit of Emily Ford Gant, was
freed from tho embargo and tbe order
was vacatod. The court also obtained a
promise from Mrs. Gant to refrain from
locking Tier husband out of doors.
Following Is the weekly letter of John
C. Cutler, Jr., & Co.;
"Business conditions all over the
United States are fair and industrial
activity continues while preparations are
beinp made In anticipation of a rood
season's trade The tariff agitation causes
some uneasiness. ,Tcw bond and stock
Issues are being placed although the
money markets aro Inclined to firm
ness. "Locally, business Is better than it was
at this time last year. The annual meet
ings of the stockholders of the different
banks were held during- the week and
directors were elected. Walker Bros.
Bankers increased their capital stock to
$500,000 and the stock quoted at $230
per share Merchants bank 6tock sold
at 1GC and 3168 per share. The Farm
ers and Stockgrowers National hank will
open for business on January no in tho
old Utah Commercial & Savings Bank
building. The Continonlal National bank
paid its semi-annual -4 oer cent dividend,
and the National Bank of the Republic
paid its regular 5 per cent aeml-annual
dividend thin month. Next Tuesday the
Descret National bank pavs Its 3 per
cent quarterly dividend. Several sales
have been made lately in some of the
bonds, wason and susar stocks."
Amalgamated Sugar Co., pfd 1116.00
neneftolal Life Insurance Co 20-1.00
Barnes Eanklnj Co.. Kayavllie... 200 00
Bank of American Fork 175. OD
iBank of Kobcr City LI ZO
Bxr.l; of Southern Utah. Cedar. .. 17.50
Con. Wason & Machine Co 100.00
Continental Llfo Ins. & tnv. Co... 115.00
Continental National bank 145.00
Desercl National bank 325.00
Dcserct Savings bank HOO.OO
Davis Co. bank. Farmlnton 250.00
First National bank. Lay ton ISO. 00
First National bank, Morgan 150.00
First National bank, Odon 635.00
First National bank, Murrav iq oo
First National bur.I;, Logan 145.00
First National bank. Bripham '250.00
Ouardlan Cy. & Guaranty Co 15. GO
Homo Fire Insurance Co 305,00
Uebor J. Grant &. Co 28.00
KftniRS State bank 15.00
Merchant bank "188.00
National Bank of the rtcpubllc. . . . IOS.00
National Copper bank 140.00
XepM National bank 15.00
Osdon Savings bank 455.00
Frovo Com. fc Savings bank 325.00
5ait T.alce Security ,t Trust Co.... 14S.00
State Bank of Brlgham City HOo.OO
Stato Bnnk of Garfield, T'anguitch 175.00
iStai Bank of Millard County.
Fillmore , 150.00
ciatc Bank of Richmond 120.00
Tnatcher 1V03. Banking Co., Lo
gan , 160.00
I 'tah-Idaho Sugar Co., pfd 0.30
Utah Slate National bank 203,00
Utah Savings & Trust Co 102.00
Walker Bvoe. Bankers 2.10 00
Zlon's Savings Bank S; Trust Co.. -525.0O
Z. C. M. 1 404.00
Con. Ky, a power Co. (city) $100.00
Sumptir Valley railroad 09.00
Utah Light & By. Co. (city) 05.00
Utah Light t Power Co. 4 31.00
U'Jh Light & Power Co. 5s 05.00
The Utah Sugar Co 103.00
Utah I-Jot-J Co 101,00
HAS WATER TOR CITY
AT PRICE OF S I 00,000
In a ooi.-.mv.nicalion received by the
city recorder vesterduy, D. ,T. Williams,
manager of tho Canton and Monotairc
Mining companies, offers to sell the city
.-.iluabio vrator lights in Lit tin Cotton
wood canyon for $100,000.
Mr. Williams writes that tho com
panies he represents own 250 acres o
land uear Alta on which tunnels have
been driven extensively and a largo flow
of water obtained. Ho offers this wa
ter to tho citv at tho flgnro namod, re
serving tbe right to work tho tunnels
for minerals and to use tho water ftfr
For $200,000 the companies will fur-
IVSUL LETT-KELLY CO.'S GIGANTIC HALF-PRICE I
I CLOTHING SALE WILL LAST BUT A FEW DAYS MORE I
I Now is your opportunity to secure the finest Suit or Overcoat at just half its real value. Hundreds of beautiful patterns
I to select from in cashmeres, worsteds and tweeds, in all the latest models, comprising the celebrated Chesterfield Prince-
I ton vogue makes. Make your own selections from all the various styles at the following marvelous reductions:
I -A Suits aod Overcoats BOYS" AND CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT I
1 liH iJ S45.00 Suit or Overcoat $22.50
I mMt ?4ao Suit or 0vercoat S20.00 Boys' Sweaters Off Suits and Overcoats I
I m&WrWw1, W S35.00 Suit or Overcoat $17,50 rn , n
I iVi W iJmm $30'00 Swit or Overcoat $15.00 '?CnftValTS 1n ?3, ValUGS L5 H
I ZmmPM $25.00 Suit or Overcoat $12.50 I V4Ues ' -' - f00 val $2.00
I r -imm $20-00 Suit or Overcoat $10.00 Va UGS ''7nn !22 Valll6S $2'50 H
1 rmMh&J Woo Suit or Overcoat S 7.50 j?' va lles f0 S6.00 values $3.00
I WmWBSKf Woo Suit or Overcoat S 5.00 $2'5 values ' values - $3.75
1 ;, iM'MMIiV A11 sheep lined toh and other heavy Boys' Underwear vahlM 55,00 I
I jz T??' t i fjMmvA Overcoats at half price. nn nl' Kn Kn , OK Boys' Laundered Waists, with at-
I mlSm 'I BBS, I 1 U values. .50c 50c values ...25c
I tllllitMt WI8I1 S riatS EXTRA SPECIAL ?1'00 val"es--50c $1.25 values.. gsc I
I llmiMFLWm Ging Veiy faSt' h,aVG 200 pairs Boys' Knee Pants HALF PRICE BOYS' BLOUSE WAISTS-Soft col- 8 H
1 hWj Z f t 7' Values from $2.50 to lars, 50c values 25c I
I PI Mil rf4u!ul $5'00. choice 95c.
I f , men's shop caps-wo and loo Boys' Long Pant Suits Boy5' shirts FRICE-
I lW)H U lWfts&Ell values 5 for 25c . . , .. r , .
I m ySwT. Sm pnce 0f a MEN'S CORDUROY SUITS, sizes 35
I lli'lv i ! n M Underwear l3 of s' 200 siJl? t0 Pick from- and se, half off.
I II i 1 1 1 i I Wl WllUltSSI W Vcl I Come only in 13, 14 and 15-year-old sizes.
I t f lis In heayy ancl li8'hfc wo1' Values to $10, choice $3.95. '
I Vil 5 li'lltii 3,0 Raiments for $1.50 You bet-ter come today and clothe" 1
I Ml hvllX ?2-00 Garments for $1.00 . yourself and family from liead to foot,
III I VA $1.00 Garments for .50 t1 for such an opportunity is not likely to
III1 SSI 111' III 1 50c Garments for 25 dU r occur again. The savings are enormous I
ill I' ! H' llil MM 9 a . and no store has dared to quote such
UilJIi I Jr IVIeO S OrSS ShirtS FANCY VESTS Values up to S6.00. bargains as we are giving. 1
iSllMlIuS S2.00 values for $1.00 Come in only small sizes, 33 to 36. Take I
WW 51,50 values for 75 one for $1.00. Hundreds of happy patrons have sup- I
..Ml i W 1:0 values for 50 ; Plied themselves, have told their friends 1
rffe'Ml ' 0;-r of the wonderful bargains we are giving, 1
WLSr IWeil S HOSiery . SMOKIW JACKETS and House Coats and the trade has been phenomenal, yet 1
Iffll flfl I Wftl 7 IlilW I (I Cotton Hose, 25c values 12ic HALF PRICE. there is a big stock to select from, I
fiJMfflJ-f'l rl Silk Hose' 50c values 25c" I l
W$li' i Fine Cashmere, 50c values 25c twp m, I !
Msn'sStiOBS half oFFpairs left worth'up to ?6,00' D0N T BE A DOUBTER, Come and Investigate H
mm ail FTT MdT ET I I V i if kearpis 1 1
Iwl W In Lh EL I 1 " l EL Lh Lb T J m BUILDING
Get Rid o:
HoL water, Cutioura Soap and a Uttla
Cuticura Ointment do the -work speed
i ily, agreeably and economically. Liberal
sample, with 32-page book, free to all.
Address "Guticura," Dept. 16E, Boston.
nish an excellent, reservoir site m nddi
tion to the water rights unci vrill ox
pond half of that sum in constructing
a dam to cmpound the water from tho
Tho communication will bn submitted
to the city commission next Monday
Tintic Oro Shipnicnts,
Special to The Tribune.
EUREKA, Jan. 17. Following are lhe
ore shipments from Tintic district for the
woek ending- tonight:
l.o Clerc 1
Colorado v. 1
Lower ilammoth l
Kasf Tintic Development 1
Bullion Beck ?,
Beck Tunnel o
Drapon Con fi
May Day $
Gold Chain 12
Grand Central - 15
Kasle &. Blue Bell Ifi
Iron Blosaom IS
Chief Con u
Every Winter. At Last Used Rcslnol.
Immediate Relief. Trouble Gone.
St. Louie, Mo., Oct. 21, 1012. "1 have
been troubled every winter for years
with chapped hands. They would crack
open at the finBcr ends, and at the side
of the joints on tho Index flngcra. These
places were a.ultc painful. I tried every
remedy 1 know of. but with only tom
porary success. I commenced unlng RokI
nol Soap and Keslnol Ointment last win
ter, and after the flrfct application found
immediate relief, and continued ugIjik
thorn for a month, and was not troubled
any more." (Signed) J. A. Bruffce. 710
When the Rcslnol treatment hah once
cleared away theao distressing akin af
i feetlons. the regular uko of Reulnol Soap
prevents their return, Rcslnol 1 upeedlly
eft'eotlvo for Uchlnrr. burning oruptlons.
pimples, dundniff. birns, old uorc: and
pllco. Sold by all dnitflHle. For free
namplca vrlto to Dept. 3-T, Rvainol Chem.
Co., Baltimore, Md. (Advertisement.)
An n u a I January j I
Frank Knox. Prcaidcnt
J. A. Murray, Vice Pres.
J. C. Lynch. Vice Pres.
W. F. Earb, Cashier.
E. A. Culbertson. Aast. Cashier,
The National Ban? of the
United States Depository.
Capital $ 300,000
Surplus and Undivided rroflte.. 325,000
Deposits .i...,. 3,000,000
A ' bank whose rusourcos. equipment
and wide connections cunblc It to ex
tend the host possible servktt to every
corporation, broker, men-hunt and Indi
vidual. Four per cent Intorest paid on
tlmo Uoposlta. ,
W'c ar a mombrr of llu S.nt lake
City Cb.-arinK IToufce.
I Is TItere
another fcellns quite so eat
Isfylnar as tho knowledge of a
full coal blnV Snow and frost
are compelling; factors in the
"PEACOCK" Rock Sprlnns Coal
will absolutely convince you.
Our service la prompt and cf-Jlclcnt
iBXfOI DENTAL 08.
a ' 212 MAIN STREET.
I Honest Work
1 Honest Prices
I Painless extraction of teeth or no pay.
I All work guaranteed. 1
f REMEMBER US. 1
I We Treat You Right I
II Offlco hours: S;30 a. m. to c p. m l
! Sundays, 10 to 2. Phono 1125,
NEW YEAR MM
with the wise dcclFion to pay bdls in H
tho safest way that is by check H
Business or household checking ac- H
counts (larso or small) arc cordially jH
Invited- Prompt, courteous attention jH