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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26, 1913. H H
works m system
1 10 EFFECT BELIEF
fcharity Organization Society
H.of Salt Lake Has Plans x
if Carefully Made.
MTic Charity Organization society of
UKlt Lako City, having completed Its or
ganization, Is preparing to take up ac
Wyo work. It Invites the co-operation of
iR P00?'0 i tlle community v,-ho arc ln-K-eatcd
In the making of better citizens
Lpd of the mors effcctlvu relief to be at
mlncd by co-ordlnatins the work of cx
Klns charitable organizations. The ob
vXKets of the society, as set forth In the
rtlelss of Incorporation, arc as fol-
To be the center of Intcrcom
jSTmunlcatlon amone tho various charlt
tiCKfablQ agencleii In Salt Lake City, to
UKjfoatci' harnjonlouc co -operation
ilamone them and to check the evils
jijfcpf over-Iapplng relief,
'ttt To Investigate thoroughly the cases
iVpf all applicants for relief which aro
.referred to thr society for Inquiry,
(and to Fend tho persons having a
Hegitlmate Interest In such cases full
sftroports of tho results! of the Invcstl
Jfmgatlon. mi To obtain from fhc proper charllioe
rB&nd charitable Individuals adequate
jluB':. To procure work for persons who
"jWare capable of belli? wholly or par
IM repress mendicancy by the
.JMabove means and by the prosecution
SBr To carefully work out such plans
3Bfor helping families to help them
VvBelves, thereby becoming self-dcpen-rdent.
as may seem moat practicable.
To promote tho general welfare of
the poor by social and sanitary re
form by Industrial Instruction, and by
the lnculatlon of habits of provi
dence and self-dependence and by the
tastabllshmenL and maintenance of
(any activities to these ends.
rba Charity Organization society al
ady hns the support' of the majority of
ie present charily agencies. H will
prJc In harmony with the charity lu
i'feement eommillec of the Commercial
Et la by no means the purpose of the
piety to withhold aid wherever help Is
seded. On the other hand, It is tho aim
iglve help Intelligently and adequate
:n the beet way.
It Is not the purpose of the Charity
I 'ganlzatlon society to give direct re
a if except in emergency cases.
The board of directors elected are the
llowlng: YV. TV Armstrong. George S.
, acrbach. IS. G. Castor. Dr. T. B.
salty. J. T.. Evans, ihu Rev. E. I.
in? ishcn, W, M. Ferry. George D. Pyper,
t 'A D. Evans. 31. I I. Walker. R. TV.
. iung. Mr. Adolph Simon and aire. C.
Die officers aro as follows. President,
i ii3 Ueatly; vice president, 13. I. G-o-
i-fu en; treasurer. M. II. Walker.
The hoard will select a general secre-
eii y who will be In direct charge of the
3 Live work.
v? There arc four classes of members, as
"" Annual members, comprising those who
n llrlbute not less than fl a year to the
111 :lety; associate members, those who
ly, itrlbuto not le6S than $10 a. year to the
iw ilety. cubiicrlptlon members, those vho
. i itrlbute not less than $25 a year to the
J :letj; e-offIcIo jnembers are the dl
'jSm itors, trustees and active workers of
ii i.othev charities and relief agencies.
7.1 Me such agencies retain the approval
-the charity Indorsement committee of
it Commercial club.
Phe organizers of tho -society Invite
1 i' Bry clllznn of ialt Lake to become a
..... inibcr. vpplkatlons for membership
." II' be tah'ii by any one of the dlrec-
JJIiu Should I
$ Enjoy Your Meals1
"Jf of the Most Important Questions
'jaj IP to Oonsldev in the Search for
;3 Happiness and Health.
& 11 your stomach can not digest your
)0 S "d, what will? Whore's Ihc relief f
J answer is iu Stuart 6 Dyspepsia
-3 blets. because, as all stomach troubles
c6 from indigestion and because
i jugredient of Stuart's Dyspepsia
.r' blets is able to thoroughly and com
fit tcly digest "000 grains of food.
11 isn't it stand to reason thai lliese
ly Jets i'to jjoins; to digest; all the
g ami whatever food ou put iulo
sBfXuety Youngster, If You Help
AK- Your Stomach.
-"cienco nowadaj-s can digest food
l i-Biout having it enter the 6toniach at
ilalV S'tuarL'H Dyspepsia Tablets
tjMJBj.tho result of this scientific dis
" imfo'' They digest aud digest thor-j-Bly
and well, auything and overy-
i'iJ9 ourumg question to you is, "A.re
iBetting out of lifo all tho X'lcasuro
( iJwll the health you aro entitled to?''
matter wbethcr evcr' organ aud
.,.''-'tKser y,,r body is in a sound
'lWk. health and titrougtli. if your
ijpch Jb in any way disordnrod, you
.wot goiup to be "yourself." Yon
fcoing to bo a worried, out-of -sorts,
or sullen individual, whoso
1PPB vrill reflect your condition in
and peoplo will uaturally avoid
Ui your stomach refuses to work
frn't work, and you suffer from
AWfctions, bloat, brash, fermentation,
m liKflne83,. sour stoinlcb, heartburn.
A iw''on indigestion, or dyspepsia of
tfB9VBr torm, just tako duo or two
S.a2fc fl Dyspepsia Tablets, aua Eee
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, m&Wt Ptovo it. Then you can "eat
)W ,'' "want, what you want, when-
" Bjrm- want, if you use these tab
' ' e you ook tne wbolo world
P fJB tiaco wa a beaming cyo and
U fMi Tiavo a cbcerful spirit, a
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New Books for Library
The following fifty-one books will be
added to the public library Monday. Jan
uary 27, 1013:
Catholic Encyclopedia, volume 16; Lee,
Dictionary of National Biography, second
supDlement, volumes 2 p.nd 3; Monroe,
Cyclopedia of Education, volume 3; Na
tional Society of D. A. R-, llne&go book,
volumes 17. 13. lt. 20; Scientific Ameri
can Reference Book, 1013; Who's Who,
Adams. Making a Rock Garden; Bab
cock, Pin Money Questions; Banks. Bls
mya; Benson. Thy Rod and Thy Staff.
Blalsdell, Life and Health: Booth, In
Darkest England; Butts, Both Sides of
the Shield; Carrlngton, Fresh Air and
How to Use It; Conkllng. Representative
Methodists; Gllbrcth, Primer of Scientific
Management; Goodrich. Africa of Today;
Hav, Poems: Hurll. Child Life In Art:
Life. Taken From "Life;" Rawstorne, Ga
monla; Rousseau, Julia; or the New
1 Elolsa. throe volumes; Russell, Club of
One; Snider. Social Institutions: Warner,
People for Whom Shakespeare- Wrote..
Chester, The Jingo: Dc La Pasture,
Honorable Mrs. Garry: Flowcrdcw. Villa
Mystery: Hughep. Miss 318 and Mr. 37;
Irwin. Red Button; Laughlln. Penny
Philanthropist; Mnckay. Cobwehcloak;
Ohnet. Ironmaster: Sharp, Victories oi
Olivia; Vvlnthrop. Ed win Brothertoft.
Bible for Young People: Elanchard,
Four -Corners In Japan; Bryant, Famous
Pictures of Real Boys and Girls; Glynn,
Stories Told In the Wigwam; Hayliger,
Captain of the Mine; Holbrook. Cave,
Mound and Lake- Dwellers; J-Ioward. Ban
bury Cross Stories; Olcott, Children's
Reading (reference!; Shoemaker, Young
Folks' Dialogues: Stoddard, Chris, the
DENIES THE RATE AND
WASHINGTON, Jan,, 25. Denial that
there aro rato and service agreements In
the steamship trado between New York
and Porto Rico was entered beforo the
house shipping trust Investigating, com
mittee today by V. Kingsbury Curtis,
ownor of the Insular line, Mr. Curtis de
clared that A, H. Bull, president of the
A. H. Bull Steamship company, who told
tho committee recently that the Insular
lino belonged to "coastwlso combination"
and "was cutting rates 70 per cent to drive
him out of tho Porto Rlcnn business, was
the uggressov in the light, and that the
Insular line had reduced Its rates only
The witness) said that while his com
pany and the Red "D" lino had no agree
ment or understanding, directly or Indi
rectly, both had tired of constant rate
wars, and an maintenance of approxi
mately the samo rates for tho Game ser
vice wa3 essentlul In the steamship busi
ness rates In the Porto Rlcan trade prob
ably would soon go back to what they
were beforo If the Bull line would drop
out or Btop rate cutting.
Taft's Yale Salary,
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Jan, ' 20 Tho
salary at Yale for Pror. William H. Taft
as Kent professor of law will be $5000 a
year, which Is Mm maximum salary now
paid to the upper grade of full professors,
The salary will Include the $305 income
paid by tho Kent endowment Itself, the
balance bolng made good from tho gen
oral fund of the academic department.
Suin Owners Protest,
WASHINGTON. Jan. 25. Ship own
ers, insurance adjusters and representa
tives of the Boston chamber of coni
morco protested today before tho senate
commerce committee- against the pro
posed change of the so called Hartor law,
which exempts vessel owners from lia
bility for the loss of cargoes through
ordinary dangers of navigation. An
amendment by Senator Nelson, now un
der consideration, would exempt ocean
going vesselK from the legal protection.
Y. M, C. A.
J. A. Rosen will epeak at tho men's
meeting at 4 p. m. on the subject, "Why
I Bcame a Christian." There will be
good music and a. cordial welcome for all
Remarkable Case Comes Up For
Trial in San Francisco Court
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 25. "I gave
the baby to a woman from Victoria."
So Lillian Anderson told Paul Colvin,
ho testified today In the district court
office. Colvin denied that he was the
father of the baby which relative? of
Lieutenant Charles SHngsby charge, was
Eassed off on him as his own, by Dorothy
llngsby. his wife, shortly alter they
came hero from Victoria, B. C.
Mrs. SHngsby swears tho child ac
cepted by her husband as his son was
hers and Is tho rightful heir to the large
fortune of tho Rev. Charles SHngsby In
Lillian Anderson Is married and Is now
living in tho mlddlo west. Dr. W. H.
Frazer Is accused of making tho alleged
Victoria attorneys reprencntlng the
Sllngsby3 notified the district attorney
today that they would have a number of
witnesses to present when Dr. Frazer's
case comes up for trial. Ha will appear
next Monday to answer to an Indictment
against him, charging that ho alterod a
District Attorney Flckert wired back
that he desired the presence hero of the
SUngsbys at the trial.
Moors Attack French.
MOGADOR, Morocco, Jan. 25. Heavy
losses were Inflicted on a large force of
Moorish rebels who last night attacked a
French expeditionary column near this
place. Tho fighting was severe for somo
hours and 300 Moors wero killed or
wounded. They were finally routed and
fled. The French casualties wore eight
killed and forty-one wounded.
Cablegram From King.
WASHINGTON., Jan. 25. President
Taft today received tho f ollowing cable
gram from King Alfonso of Spain to
whom yesterday ho sent congratula
tions on his name day;
"Please accept tho crprossion of my
deepest gratitude of your kind greet
iugs and good wishes, which I warmly
reciprocate to you and. to the American
Takes Druggist's Advice Witfl
TC anyone should know tho worth,
of. a medicine. It is tho retail druggist
who Bells It over his counter every
day in the week, aud is In a position
to know what remedy gives the best
Lira. Frank H. TJline, of West Sand
Lake, N. Y., Buys: "For a number of
years I was a great sufferer from,
bronchitis. Last .July I had an attack
which was more severe than any, and
my friends thought 1 could not recover
from It, Then I was advised by my
druggist to try Vlnol, which T did,
with -wonderful results. My cough
has loft me; I havo gained in weight
and appetite, and I am as sti-ong aa
ever I was. T advise all who havo
bronchitis, chronic coughs, or vho aro
run down to try Vlnol,"
It Is the combined action o tho
medicinal curative elements of the
cod's liver, without the greasy oil,
nldcd by the blood-making and
Ktrength-creating properties oC tonlo
iron that makes Vlnol so efficient.
Remember, we gunrantco Vlnol
to do just what wo sny wo
pay back your money if it does not.
P. S, Stop scratching, our Saxo
Salve stops Itching. Wo guarantee It.
TJruohl & Prankon, TJruggista. Tho t
Busy Corner, and 271 South Mam ut.,
Salt Lako City, Utuh. '
One Week, Commencing I
Monday, January 27th I
To make room for Spring Goods ALL BROKEN LINES MUST I
GO REGARDLESS OF COST. Every shoe in our
store at a special price for cask I
Men's and boys' shoes, regu- Misses' and cHklveij's shoes, j
lar $2.00 to $6.50. BAR- ' Ladies' shoes, regular $2.50 regular $1.25 to $3.00 values.
GAIN PRICE- pB!o V BARGAIN" BARGAIN PRICE
to to to H
$4.65 1 $2.95 $1.45 I
Don't 'Miss This Splendid Opportunity. Positively No Approvals or Exchanges H
Seasonable Goods Attractively Priced I
Splendid Quality Goods at Price Reductions That Are All Genuine and Reliable H
Ladies' JSlavy Serge Suit Special F I
In the new weathertest serge, guaranteed, very latest model, well tailored, silk JF J
1 inp.rl and silk covered arm shields. A suit well worth $35, sizes 16 and 18, 36 to 4.0. $uL& Jf
To introduce tins weathertest serge, special
New spring suits Coafs Half Price I
Three striking new suit models id navy blue serge I
One a nobby little dark blue fme fh -r t r m l j T v 7 TTT i. 1
serge suit -for $ Mldu Balance of Stock oi Ladies Winter
Another exceptionally line quality Effl r j rn il I
serge suit f0r $3h95$) Coats at 50c on the $1
Still another of tho very best government I
serge, nothing better made tpOGoDif Comprising cloths in chinchillas, zibelines, boucles, I
-Also a very nice selection of New Spring Suit, creations velvets, novelty mixtures and doublefaced goods, at $15.00, I
in Bedford cords, whipcords, wool poplins, novelty Panama $17.50, $18.50, $20.00, $22.00, $25.00, $26.50, $30.00, $35.00, I
checks, hairline stripes, English mohairs, ratines, eponges, and Velvets and Yelours up to $72.50, choose now at H
illuminated and two-tone effects, shepherd checks and rough- -ma mm I
surfaced cloths. I
The Newest Dresses . B"lire "a "f wfSS 2 6 I
.. , ... . , , (excepting only ISo. J26 plush) at HAUL4 -F-KIOJUj. I
A nice line ol: Isiew Spring Serge Dresses just received. j
They range in price from $12.00 to $18.50. WW If n 1
They are going very Fast. See them while there is a bBUTUt bklYtS HQlt lTlC H
good selection to choose from. r j
ZZ , D Our entire line of Separate Skirts in black, navy and I
Dt"eSSeS tldij rflCe brown sei'-ges, novelty mixtures and corduroys. Prices I
Our entire line of Dresses in velvets, char-mouse sut- rnnge i'rom'$a.00 to $25.00, now HALF PRICE.
ins, changeable taffetas, while serges aud ratines.- All at I
IMf price' ! . J Fur Sets '. Fur Coats
RtlS dTld CdfpGtS $106.00 Porsian Lamb Set.. $53. 00 $110.00 Russian Pony Coat
iVow is the time to select your new Rug. Our spring $S2.00 Moleno Sot for ....$41.00 fr ' $55.00
Hue is complete all sizes, all grades, all prices. d'QQ udson Scu 5et for.$4i.30 $97.50 Kusaian Pony Coat
Carpets in the newest patterns and color effects for $102.50 Near Soal and Kac- fo $-is.7S j
I spring. coon Sot for $51.25 $250,00 Near Seal and Black J
j Great variety oi: inlaid aud printed linoleums, domestic $76.50 Pointed Fox Set for. $3S. 25 Marten" for $125.00 I
and imported. $125.00 Molo Fox Sot for. .$62.75 100.00 White Couey Coat I
An exceptionally fine variety of genu- $97.00 Bear Set for s-lS.50 for , $50.00 jH
SEp3 iue Navajo Blankets. $171.00 Sitka Fox Sot for.?S5.50 $35.50 Child's Sable Coney
plBflKX $103.00 Australiau Opossuui Coat for ?17.75
l &PuauKl A- Door Mat saves the housewife un- Sot for $51.50 ,
VimB&JMwmm I l u 1 1 j n -1 All Fur Neck Pieces and
wHBftiEQw fcid labor and annoj'ancc these days. 0 c. , ,r. , , s .
I i xWj&A HmFW -,-rr , n -, O"1' euuro huo of t-Inldrcn s Scarts (except Xinl; and Fox) at
mSgy NVc have all kinds and Sizes. Fur Seta at Half Price. Half Price.
h' '' . ' OUR PRUG STORE IS AT ' -HP?U
fOSJ , m,1?" 112-111 SOUTH MAIN ST. L