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I Formidable List of Bills lo Be
f Fathered by Little Band
If in Congress.- .
l-f WASHINGTON, April 0. The lcslsla
tVe committee of the house caucus of
Hi' pr0ereeslvc3 sot down to work today fol
Ul loftlnS a conference with members of
Hf tll4 legislative committee of the tw
D' dona Progressive party. The house Pro
K crts18 met vriih Wa,ter VVcyl, Dean
Jeffis of tlio University of Pennsylvania,
fli jui Kellogg and Francos Kcllar. and re
Hi vicfftJ tho ambitious legislative? program
Si outlined by the house members of the
Jane Adams, who wan to have attended
f ,ho caucus, is abroad nnd she will ho
l tailed on later for her views on Prosres
f t legislation. The conlerence disicusscd
it length the dotalls of tho vsirlous
! npasurcs to bo framed to embrace iho
i reforms urged l- tho Progressive nlnt
l fomi. The legislative committee of the
aucus, headed by Representative Kcllv
Hi of Pennsylvania, Immediately took up the
Hi' Trork of drafting the bills, and some or
H; ihtm win be Introduced in the house at
Hi in tarly date.
In the formidable list of measures,
H'- aaklng UP 'o Progrcsslvo platform, the
H' efforts of the littlo group of legislators
f fliu probably be dnvoleri to pressing two
Mm or three for consideration. One or these
Ml in bn a. measure calling for the estab
Uw llBhment of an Industrial commission lo
MCTlaie corporations, with powers slm-H-
liar to those now exorcised by the inter-H-
itate commerce commission over ra.ll
H' roadJ. Special attention also will be paid
H" to a resolution providing a constitutional
IH1 jmetulmcnt giving tho suffrage to women.
Tlie Progressives wW also urge fhe
H" pn&zo of a ndnlmnm wage law In some
H'r forai and today iLhcy seemed to loan to
Mm; ran! a plan for a wage commission to
5H ratzbllBh equitable scales of wages.
I! Stock Issue Authorized.
PHILADELPHIA, April 3. The dlrectnrK of Oik
' ruMTlwak rllroil t rt mooMtiK todaj patncl
irttolution autUorliltiK a 10 pep cent stock li-auq
uannttss t0 about 5IS.OW.000. Thin mr.mn tlmt
i j7WMt toi( holder lias i!io rlslit to tub:crlb.
it fit. tor otw Block to tlio extent of 10 por
ant ot Ms holdings
itEcdnol Makes Sltort Work of Itching,
' Burning Skin Eruptions,
; If every woman only knew about Tics
'. hoi Ointment and Rcsmol Soap, there
1 irould be fewer skiri-torliirod, distigurud
; babies, fewer mothers worn out by eon-
slant worry and loss of sleep, and "fewer
I lives itrade miserable by skin troubles
that nnvo persisted since Infancy.
: Simple baths -with Ecsinol Soap and
K i little Besinol Ointment spread on tbe
iorturcd skin, stop the itching instant-
j) and quickly and permanently- clear
fJtfaytho eruption. And the Ticsinol
t treatment is so pure, gentle and. abso
ji lately harmless, that it can bo used -with
5 ttrfect safety on baby's tender skin.
Doctors bavo prescribed Uosiuol repru
, lstl? for eighteen voars. and thousands
. of babies owe their skin health to it.
TcstResinol Ointment and Kesinol Soap
I Jt our expense. A postal card to Dept.
. 5-5, Uesinol, Bnltimore, Md,. -will bring
; m a generous trial, bv parcel post
ktrcry druggist sells Resinol Ointment
w opal jars, two sizes, 50 cents and $1,
TOinol Soap, 25 cents. (Advertise
1A Wise Policy
for everyone who earns
money is to place a certain !
amount in the bank each
r This furnishes a sure pro
:. tection for emergencies.
!. We cordiall1" invite your
t i Per Cent Interest Paid on
Savings Accounts. !
II ilercliaets Baek
Salt Lake City, Utah.
I fasgl "OF TRHVELWI
ifj "The mc vf travctlitta i to
r --W ri'futatc imagination bu vc-
nft ' ITrv alll" nnd instead trtiinf,it,a
' JUS' f" f'0,a t!i"0 mau be, to fee
! . JTvjh IV ",rm as thcu ore."
i I JIrWu n renllty of tho cc.ic
ti II TMT loclsotl St. Liwrcnun voli.
S '' ri IfrX lu EurPc-
)) ' AVALf"? SailinflB SnUurdiry
! ) Jjk W ,rorn MONTEEAL & QUEBEC
mJL ... V Tlir. I
i, SS5! t-AtlrtENTIC" "MCCAMTIC"
V ir rSi' fcr J'art culars
'! I 'H,TE 57flR-D0HIN!QN
; ; '0r 121 South Third St Minneapolis,
'. t- or any local aaent.
IfflPQ "Onmdmutiicr u.scd it for her) ;
llilU0rmiii!'al,icj" Mother used it for her
SORTHlUn for ,M' bativ " So sjohe the
VJjInU yoitn,-: mother. Three Ccnerati:ns,
iSf RHP U Soothci tli Ctiild. It SoflcnD
MD !,,c Gms. H AV.nyr. thxs P?n,
run i tfL. 1 Rclive Wind Colic. And it
yjlUJREH tho Beit Remedy for Infantile
TEETHlHP Diarrhoea, Favorably known
LJgb n.l ioldall over the world.
TiTffn j in till lid 111
Zimmerman & Gindruo 9
0v!E,NT,ST3' ,nc" 734 :'U,n 3" I
Ley,0",' next to Royal Ca7a- R
il6flel Patients "Our Motto" I
Bj ,r Flllnga 25c. 75o and 1
12 Vrt. peraonaI protective
eat nme iw
To Indigestion or Upset
Stomach for "Pape's
minrfnyyoar,rcKularl.v than a
SUte. st1?ma,,:l1 sufferers in the United
K' Enfud and Canada tl:n
rut e llt last'ir olief.
anv I ;,.larm,CS3 nrM;iration will digest
Ssv ? yiU S111 ?u1 overcome a sour,
t9,fterwK0 ' St0n'aeh fiVe ",iD"
orT5-i.U.r meaIs .don?t fit comfortably,
fn vnn. yfU caf Iius a lump of lead
burn "n, !nach r 5f yn have heart-
rasn or '!1 '0111; ,VIlar1Ilist a 50-cent
5 ?.?ofPap0 8 'wpwn mid take a
u.fi k1 Sfc as 600M as .V can. There
unflsn? SPW risi"s, no belchinc of
S,?uc,i fo3 lnixcd 'with acid, no
Wm. E.as or "cartburn, fullness or
c-ohn? in Ihc stomach, nausea,
S-I,,at,D? headaches, diz.inoss or in
hS ?,r,uff. Tljjs will all co, and,
Jesides. there will bc 0 Sonr food loft
win'" K, slmach to poison your
breath with nauseous odors.
rd a,10,fi r i;iPeisin is a certain cure
or out-of-order stomachs, because it
takes hold of your food and difosts
... 2 f? . ilfi samo a your stomach
Relief in five minutes from all stom
acti misery is waiting for you at any
These large 50-cent cases contain
more than sufficient to thoroughly cure
almost any case of dyspepsia, iridiges
tion or any other stomach disorder.
Salt Lake Statistics
C. J. Van AusdBl, 15S South Walnut street I
Cliarlca I". It.iuKrr. 115 Cnnj-nn rnml. boj.
M. .V. l'lahcr. 2172 South Eleventh i:asl i-lrcst.
boTvC3lCr U' U,5P' D-' Ea?t irlflh strcdj
M. .1. Mors, 07 V.nlner avenue, liov.
.lames 1. O'N'ell. Ko. S3 Hollywood r-irtmi3U.
Mikt. Arnonc. SiS West first Korth utrcct.
Arrll J, 1?13. Halllo T. Brohm. So. 7 Conconl
court, pcd W years, pulmonary tulierciilobl?.
April 7. 1P13, Johu C. Ncbakvr. 4t,1 North Sre
onfl Wert strr-ot, aged r.5 yr-nr.s. apoptexv.
April P. 1&13. Clisrlotto While. aKCI ai frars.
27:: "Wcftt First North .street, cvneer,
April 7. 1513. John Sorenson. St. ' Mnrks Uoj
i pllnl. ikciI S years, nrlcrlo pclcrp:y.
j April 0. 1913. William Lowlis Mascy. 470 South
j Elplilli Vt'al flreet, irccI 1 josr. ronsciitlon of
Albert L. Ross and. Krnix I. Stmub. loth o(
Henry O. Henderson, tcb.n, Utah, and Klornnco
Greene. Amerleun Korlt.
Israol n. Call and Charlott" V. Uavls, both of
.lamea Holton Allou nntl Myrtle ls.ibcl Front,
both of Salt L.mi.
Albert GUI Durnliaiu and Mildred Unrypj. both
ot Salt LnUe.
Heal Estate Transfers.
Kimball k nichnrds conipsny to R. Sophia
Goldniiineon. loit nnd i'OOt. Hlch
Mnd Park, rial A . : $ -"0
l-'rnklo Caimsn to W. ,V. Cnnnftii, lots 21.
22 flnd 23. block C, Wood Lwn addi
Theresa C. Falmrr to Cliarlej Gooch. part of
lot 2. block' 121. plat A 1
U. D. 6cott aud wlfo to n. W. YounK. psrt
of lot 4, block 25, pint F '
Gloiin T?. Bothwell and ivlfo lo Isrivol Har
vey, pari of lot 1, block- 3, plat B 1.150
Amilo M It. Younp to Ulla A. Drown, lota
II and 12, block 1, Paradloo addition .... 550
Joseph W. lco lo Kmma lots 63 and
CA. block 2, Burton placs RO
Klmbnll & Itlr.harda to J. R. Balrd And
wife, lots 1050 and 1031, Highland Park,
plat A 620
Kimball ft Rlchordii Securllr company to
Nora Reose. lota 1C55 and HOG, Highland
ParV, plat A 50
Mabel Dwjor aud othors to John II. GII
llRan. lots 2G and 2S, Poplar placo 7.M0
John II. Ollllcan and wlfo to Mabel M.
Dw7or. part of lot 3. block ID. plat A ... 1.W0
Oliver Roberts and wife to Ij. J. ChrlMtcn
cen, part of lot 1. block 107. plat I) . . .. 1
TV, c. Barber and wife lo .1. A. Brown, part
or rectlon 27, township 1 south, mnso 1
I. r;" Wliiej "ond' wife io Utah Uiko Irri
gation company, part of section C. town
ship :i oulh. ranRn 1 wcat ........ '
dolph Thomann to Ulnh I.tlte Irrlciitlon
eompany. part of section 21. township 3
Kouth, rnnso'l west ........ !
James A. Brown and wife to v.. C. Bar
ber anil wife, part or section 27. townr.hlp
1 noiith. ranee 1 wcit ""V.
Kimball r.- nicharda company to Suan
A. Sowcll. totd 737 and 73E, HlKhlnnd
WUllam j'HIU a'nrt others to Malt Schmidt.
lots 33. 3 and 37. hlorlt 3 Forctt TJalc... l...
Ncln NoIrou and wlfo to Caroline U. .Jon-
Veil, loty IV. 13 and U. block U. TopUt
Unltcd RcVltr conipanV to Cbarl" S. Green,
lots 11 and 12, block !. Union HcIkMs Mb-
John' Ha BalleV nnd 'wife" to'"u't."clo""sam
Cl"anir Mamifaeturlnc nompanr, part
of lol 1.- block 46. plat A i-"
WORK IS RESUMED ON
" CITY IMPROVEMENTS
ni.--umnl.lon of activities by the varl
ffnS " he con raet fo.- n-avh,? of Xjntj,
4Sfih street bctwenii Fifth and Sixth
Kis streets, put a force of men to work
? B? 'Mra!?-ateo besan UK prlllt
Pains in the Stomach.
If you continually complain of puinb
bC nLlu ! Klectric Bitters as the, very
K Suiih I and kidney, mod cine
"T11 iircred with pain in tho stomach
wh? 1 writes: '-'My Is dneys were
h ! liver did not work
Kfc U roMinmcnilfld and 1 ini
Bittcja was fi fc d j now feel
i?0Vt,aiw i n " U n-ill improve yov.
1,Uc V'?v fiOr niul $1.00. T?ocommonded
K0' S Jamn.-.To nnon, pn.ps "The
'.v r tutors. " Five (fi) SO"'1
.NVvr-r-bubsuiuiur Advertisement )
stores. 1 ,
... i-i.i. a Poultn" company. Salt I1'''
Tho ' 'lln?no X' 1M each; If. 3.
,nlUl lV,Jr?' F A TltnbV. vice president;
Tin't he mirpriacd if. you have an
..t?ie of fliSim atism this spring Just
ati iim affoctcd purts freely with
" THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 10 1913 U
i i - 7 Mm
How American Women
May Keep Faces Young
7.!,e, American ntnart tvoman ages
cail, far earlier than the English wom
an, ays Christian Miller, F. C. L. the
""nous lviiKllsIi lioaltli expert. Shu adds
our ?llnit "so exhilarates that you
"r:,exert,yourMelves and Krow old before
:?mJ'iow li Illat aa,nc wJlillaratlni? air
rtrjes, the skin. The skin that laeko mols-
inm. ?'S paI? y'."' w,iercd loolclngr and
soon forma wrinkles.
f Aincrlean complexion" is bout
y "I'P'y'nsr Pure' mercollzed wax.
n !ch aVsca .t,,,c faded, lifeless cuticle to
liuv ,5m n,",lnte parlif.-lcs, a little ach
ij 11,0 :ro3h- yonnff skin beneath
tutu ?. ly evWe- leers' druggist ha
tins a-; one ounce Is r-ufllclcnt. Spread
on at tillu iike cold cream, washing It
oft : next niornlnfr.
For wrinkles, dissolve an ounce of pow
dered saxolito In a half pint witch hnzcl:
i ?.ln? rat'0 ,n u,Is- immediately every
w rinkle Is afVcctcd. even the deeper lines,
uoth treatments arc remarkabl... facial re
Ju ena tort;. (Advertisement.)
I KENYON REFUSES TO
RENEW CAFE LICENSE
Taklns Hie stand that under tlio new
service bar Juw passed by the lust leg
islature It Is not necessary to hold a
license, for selling: liquor In the cafe so
lone; ,-is the hotel llceiiPe Is In force.
Maxim's cafe 1ms declined to rcnow Its
license which expired March 31.
The city license colloctor yesterday in
formed the oily commission that the li
cense had not been renewed and called
attention to the stand taken by the cre
management thai It has a W:ht lo servo
i(tior by reason of the license granted
to David Malison for the ICcnyon ho
tel. The matter wa? referred to the law
clcpatlmcnt for Investigation and report.
Party oT Americans Will .Make
World-Wide Sludy or
W. F . Jensen luui turned over to the
Commercial club a letter which h re
ceived from James H. Brady, president
of tho Trans-MlssisslppI Commercial
congress, relating to a voyage and tour
of Inquiry to be made by Americans In
connection with the study of i.o -opera Uvp
agricultural and business methods In Uu
rope. Mr. Jensen Is informed bv Go -ernor
Rrarly Unit tho commission of
Americans and Canadians will leave New
ork on April i'G on the Haxonla. The
tour will Iusl ninety days. lia,., KlJiu.
'ulesC 8 c,,l,llcd lo send two dcle-
Thc commission will attend the gen
eral assembly al Rome of the Intp'rim
t otial IiiKtltutc of Agriculture, a. fciera
l on of the world, made up of ilfty na
tions under treaties. The commission
will be received by the king and queen
of Italy on May 10.
The itinerary includes Italv. Austria.
Hungary, Germany. Belgium. Switzer
land. France. Holland. Sweden. Den
mark. Russia, the Balkan states, Eng
land and Ireland.
The Inquiry will include an examina
tion of the methods employed by pro
gressive agricultural communities in pro
duction, marketing and financing. Spe
cial note will be taken of these points:
The part played, respectively. In the pro
motion of agriculture bv the governments
and by voluntary organizations of thf
agricultural classes; the application of
tbe co-operative system to agricultural
production, distribution and finance; the
effect of co-openjtive organization upon
social conditions in rural communities;
the relation of the cost of living to the
business organization of the food-pro-duclng
Jajy S' iVy V'vXvpKi ttyfti ter you may 13310 ad7anta-5o of our 9
ftM " H here is wiiat we offee the B
- Z I INVESTOB-: K
GUt-edge security Salt Lake City w
Let Them Go With Us
Dividend rate of 9 per cent on par
(will Boon be increased to 10 per cent). H
Constantly increasing stock value.
Mf"ff"flfl7W TUESDAY, APEIL 15TH, the advance W
0CllIJCMS in the price of our stock to 51.25 will W
Lm3mmmsBg& ho made. Bcttilyou Homo "BuildcrB Co. H j
""" ' Gentlemen: Enclosed pleaso find jK (
INVEST NOW, while the price la $ as tirst payment on w!
Home Builders Co. ?1-20- 5barcs r your slock- 1
323 Main Street FiU out this application hlank for as Namo jffl
. . . tt i many shares as you want and send to f li;
oalt Lake Llty, Utah us with your remittance. Address il
u TT.. r w mwuv t l fc AV iiimM , , iffW't)Wf jMWMiiMyBBByaiMWijiiiiii I
1 Again We Tell You the Story ot Our 1 1
Co-operative Club Piano Sale II
i XLast December we PIaced an order with the Newton Piano Company, of New York city, for 1 I
I 400 Newton Pianos the instruments that retail everywhere in the United States at $390 each. 1 J
I (And they are worth $39d.) I f I
J3 ,These Pians are standard, catalogued instrmiients selected from the regular Newton line- S j
i are oroushly dependable in every respect. You'll like their appearance and you'll enjoy I J
I their full, deep, rich tones. The Newton piano is worthy of a place in the best homes in the land. 1 'Hf
H q We planned to place one oi: mbmmm,, .nffTHnW .By buying 400 of these fine I If
m these high-class instruments in 1 Mi . jT rf pianos we got them at a good I k
M each of 400 homes in these moun- I J 1 J S ' 1 price a Pvice lower than was I - !
i tain states, and to make the price 1 v M M W a 1 befr6 quoted by the Newton I ff
i so easy that none would hesitate I V f' I Pian C I !(
I to bu 1 Affl Mp fSiPl H 1 f.We decided to sell these $390 1
m tfnWn . u . r j 1 Vjjf A HffijHH lilt 1 Pnos at 277 dollars and 50 cents I
M qWe agreed to be satisfied with I KiTlIM I I sa each purchaser $112.50, I i
M a very small profit on each piano," H lr V I il I and sel1 on terms of 6 dollars 1 J
I and the Newton Piano Company 1 .t ji A rwBBBJ g 1 down and 1 dollar and 50 cents I
m agreed to cut their profits "to the B Z$ fSjj II I a wee or 181 weeks. I
H last cent." We both agreed to i NBp IB I f Each of these pianos is guaranteed I
M give the public the full benefit of 1 'fv-&W I I for five years No "jokers5 j
H our low purchase price. H MIT:iB If I You may use the Newton piano you 1
m q In this way we were permitted M tfflMM not satisfied, we'll refund your moncv. 3
m lo announce a big; "Co-operative K UirXSkT W&&mm BIW1 1 1 v . I'
si ri u c i jifr tvt , v Ij kkm 7 mWm 1 w 1 You may use your "Jsfewton'5 for
Club i5ale of 400 Newton Pianos, E lc IlllSil" twelye months, and if you are not sat- 5
commencing March 20." H Iyi(4KHBH isfied tllen, Wc ve you the Pl'ivilo
q Co-operative because all parties I iEfWVWI 'tr50 I
interested have benerited by the &lmtms:(i y-"- . I
Consolidated Music Co.'s whole- 1 OMMffmif-., Si I ft pm-chaser dies durmg htc oi; cou-
sale purchase and sale of 400 I dJ'M I I
pianos. Hach purchaser saves IL. . . 1 strument to his fannly. Could you ask
$112.50 on his piano. vsmgsmmWBMMSmtXKHm for more?
Worth $390Sef!ing at $277.50-$6 Down-$1.50 a Week I
JAutl Tivhcn WE say that a piano is WORTH $390, you "know it is so. The among- the homes of wage earners, -whose children are craving for a musical I
enviable reputation i'or fair and square dealing which -we have enjoyed for education. We offer terms that leave all WITHOUT EXCUSE. I
many years past is sufficient, assurance !for you to place absolute reliance ' H
upon tho statements we make at this time regarding the wonderful piano 277 dollars and 50 cents is all you are asked to pay i'or a $390 piano. YOU
values in this Go-operative Club Sale. MAKE YOUR OWN SELECTION at our storo from the big display of these I ,
q If you were to price one of these NEWTON Pianos at anv music store ne Net" Pianos pay us only 6 dollars, sign a purchase Contract, give us I
jjjgj in the United States, vou would find that the regular price is $390. with hlR instructions for delivery, and the piano is sent to your home immediately.
H terms of $-25 down and $15 a month. Under our Co-operative Plan you We make 110 charSe for handsome scarf and stool these are delivered with .
H get this same' identical instrument for 277 dollars and 50 cents A TOTAL thc Piano-
H SAVING TO YOU OF $112.50. . After you get the piano in your home is time enough to think about how fl
H 4 Kven though wo have cut thc price down to J.he "rock bottom," we you are going to pay the balance $271.50. This needn't worry anyone, be- H
1 do not ask you Tor all cash at time of purchase. We would fail to aceom- cause wo have made the terms so easy that it will not bo thc slightest einbar- H
plish our prime object iC we did. Wo want to make it easy for every rassment to tho most meager income to take care of thc payments 1 DOL- H
U home l.o liave a good piano. We want to distribute these fine instruments LAR AND 50 CENTS A WEEK THAT'S ALL.
I lOUK C-FEKATIE PLAYE3H-FIAMO PLANl I you Uve out of town you have the same I
S! i connection with our Co-oporativo Club Sale of 400 Nnvton player) is another splendid feature, eliminating tho advantages as those who live in Salt Lake. .
urn piunoK, -.vo uro contluutiu a Co-onorativo Club Salo of 100 harsh, mechanical blow so common in most players. The w fWMn.T, nlwrffoc H " '
player-)iuuos. Thny are Newlon pianos, with thc player at- Nowton also has Self Accenting Bellows, makiup: possible the we pay ireigut unttres. H
tachnient built in. This is tho lirat time such higli-grndu instantaneous actrenUuy of auy mites dosirod. tjfl
m players have been s'old on this nmrkot aucl, larfio number The saving In prlco to each purcliasor of ono of these CUT THIS OUT AND MAIL TODAY. 9
m But. our nbihtv to buy these players in large quanUties en- olayers is S180. Bach instrument is guaranteed for five i
M Hhlos n to oiler them to you at an almost unheard ot price. Qn toruls of $1(J ? a d ?50 a weok ?acll pur- p,0Me scnd mo information al)0Ut V01Jr co.opora. I. .
96! The regular price of tho Nowton player-piano is S600, chaser will have 162 weeks m which to pay for his Player- tivc pan for purchasing Newton pianos and plavcr- I '
and the terms havo never been better than S50 down and 32G piano. If after 30 days' trial purchasor is not satisfied with pianos. W 1
a month. We will sell 100 of these players at S415 tlio the playor, wo will give him his money hack. If purchasor EM . . r
ffl terms to be $10 at lime of purchase and $'2.50 a weot. sliould dio during life of hia contract, we will issue a receipt 9 -'
W TJio Newton nlnyor-piano contains a full scale SS-noto In full to his family for tho instrument. y.dvac Mm ,i ,
mechanism, and plays the entire keyboard. On manv players Twolvo rolls of 88-notc music are given free with each Mm
ma onlv (55 notes are usoil. All of tho Intost music rolls nro player, and tlio purchaser has free use of tho Consolidated .,, IS J, ,
fiftl mado only for S8-nolo inKtruments and cannot be plavecl on M'ufiic Company's Eusic lldll Exchange Library. ou will Aoarcas
3 the Gn-noio instrumenta. The pntontcd automatic Tracker or receive cash credits on your account for ovory pew customer Mm
fm Shifter device on Iho Newton player insures absolute no- you seciiro for us under this Co-openitivo Club Salo of Qiy State s. 9
curacy in plaj'ing. Thc Flcxiblo Striking THnger Cn "Ue player-pianos, '
i rANQflliriilTFri Mflir rft 13-19 East First South Street I
H VVrlU-r JumJLPljl JL JLiMJf IWAUfcAw HFit Open Evenings for Those Who Cannot Come During tbe Day 9