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A THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1913. 3 I t
MB EIGHT DAYS
Sfafcen Home and Put
ML, Little the Worse
jft His Experience.
iHElia. p.. 0ct- 4 Thomas
wjBfi prisoner eince Friday of
vjMESn an abandoned chamber of
SWgjcBtal mine of tho Lchigli
P company, walked into tho
I' whtoo and comparatively well
X '"-iBeatytwo minutes boforo 8
A'lKb morning. He was taken to
JnE Conlralia, three miles away
JHf underground prison, and at
ytlWfiio bed, apparently none tho
lK j,B remarkable cxporienoe.
o'clock when the last bar
r Bl was driven away and To-
KrowdlBa through the opening
if 'fpri3n chamber into the tun
I flfcnd boon steadily driven to
4 AE eger willing rescuers.
1' jKutes later, tho first intimation
to the outside world that the
jKffU completed and the prison
ylBtee. This was when a minor
AJIRo'tho mouth of the tunnel and
iHufae t0P of the pit ior blan'
1 uHlioi water to be sent down.
$ iHfcik of gottinp tho man ready
'.ttlMyt occupied tho next few min--wfH-ai
7:38 o'clock a file of men
'WHm-Uom tho heading horaldod the
4fBbf ho hero of tho occasion.
igrBame from tho hole with a
KB&et' wrapped about his shoul
, 'Jptk of him was a miner with
''"raised, ready to assist if he
I Tneodcd, but Toshesky walked
. Kinishioff agility considering his
V Ke. When he stepped onto tho
V'Efttform, just outside of tho
lBf the narrow tunnel and was
NlBTto stand upright, he paused an
1 flHnd looked upward.
.kj-climbed tho path to the rim
almost unaided. A stretcher
Hiakcn to the foot ami there
.'Kty of willing hands to carry
j jHpe would have none of it.
teekly Health Eeport.
ases of contagious or Infoc
;cs were reported to the board
luring the week. O' these,
. typhoid fever, three scarlet
smallpox, one tuberculosis,
jplng cough, two chlckcnpox
ported numbered fifty-six, of
ytwo were boys and twenty
Of the forty-eight deaths,
: were males and nineteen fe
int the city there arc now
houses under quarantine for
rer and nineteen on account
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STiMu-h lu5ckTy. Bimplo
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W. water, and stir for 2
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More than 20,000 discouraged drink
ing men and women in Salt Lako City
and vicinity, and at tho other sixty
Neal Institutes in principal cities, have
been victorious over tho Drink TJabit.
during the laist two years. They spent
throe days at a jSeal Institute and
wore freed from the cravings and neces
sity for drink. What the 2real Drink
Habit Troatmont did for them it will
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hypodormic injections are nover used
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Ncal Institute. 525 East Second South
stmot, Salt Lake City. Phono, Wasatch
DRUG HABIT SUvCCESSFUI,LY
E. D. SEXTON, of London,
England, who will lecture to
night at the Salt Lake thea
ter, on "Beyond the Grave."
Noted Student of Bible Will
Give Three Addresses
E. D. Sexton, of London, England,
will givo tho first of a scries of three
lectures tonight at tho Salt Lake thea
ter. His subject will be "Beyond the
Gravo." Mr. Sexton has given tho lec
tures in many cities in his own country
and is now touring the United States
under the auspices of tho International
Bible Students1 association.
Mr. Sexton is a powerful spcakor and
carries his audionco in vision to many
scenos beyond the gravo. Ho gives Bi
blo authority for every statement he
makes and he is a thorough student of
the Bible. Everybody is invited to at
tend and no admission will bo charged.
TO PAY HIGH PRICES
Daughter of Mrs. Emmeline Panklrarst
Explains Largo Fee Charged for
PARIS, Oct. 4. Mrs. Emmeline
Pankhurst, after reading the dispatches
from Now York today, reporting tho
commotion nmong tho American suffra-
aettcs caused by tho largo fees which
10 suff ragotto leader is to receive for
her lectures, commissioned hor daugh
ter, Christabel, to explain her point of
"Tho women's movement is an inter
national one." said Mrs. Pankhurst,
"consequently anything contributed by
Amoricans to holp to win tho woman
suffrage campaign in England will holp
the cause throughout tho world. Eng
land is mora conservative than any
othor country. If woman suffrago
should bo obtained there it will be
easier to win elsewhere.'
Miss Christabel says that Miss Joan
Wvckham of tho Women's Social and
Political union, who is arranging Mrs.
Pankhurst 's tour, is receiving moro in
vitations than i3 possible for Mrs.
Pankhurst to accept, in epito of the
fee asked. She acids that Mrs. Pank
hurst has no doubt sho will bo frcoly
admitted by the immigration authorities.
SPEAKER ASKS FOR
QUORUM ON TUESDAY
"WASHINGTON, Oct 4. Democratic
leader Underwood told tho house that ho
hoped an agreement would bo reached
nmonir loaders on both Hides to take up
qo more Important matters of legislation
after Its meeting next Tuesday for threo
or four wcclta. . Ho said that yesterday
It would be Impossible to set tho senate
to agree to o thirty-day recess, but hopod
that most of tho members would ba ablo
to abHent thomselvcs for cevoral weeks,
leaving only a low hero to adjourn a row
daya at a tlmo.
Speaker Clark asked the members that
a fiuonnn appear on Tuosday, when tho
urgent deflclonoy appropriation bill
probably will como back from Its visit to
DUCK CLUB'S DISPUTE
CONTINUED IN COURT
By stipulation, tho restraining order
issued a week ago from the district
court to prevent the Rudy Slough Duck
club, the Central Guu ohib, and othora
from diverting water from tho Jordan
river to tho surplus canal, was allowed
to continue in fovce another woek yes
terday. , , ...
The New Stato Gun club secured the
orilor on a showing that Ijv diverting
water alleged to belong to it, the de
fendants were damaging the duck Bhoot
inp prosorvo5. Domurrors woro to havo
been arguod yesterday but a continu
ancc was agreed to.
With Now Company.
Alexandor "W. Christonsen, formerly
of Tracy Loan and Trust company, will
be found in future with Rooklulco In
Aurftnce and Loan company, -HO Konrns
SPELLS OF WEAK KIDNEYS
READ AND SEE WHY
Some People have Trouble with the Kidneys every Au
tumn. They become frightened when the Symptoms
appear. There is a reason. It can be avoided.
During the mouth of October the,
kidnoyB are especially liable to be
Tho perspiration that has been go
ing on freely during the previous
months is at least partially stopped
during Oclober. Tho skin and the
kiduo3s arc very similar in their
action. Tho3' both eliminate from
tho blood, poisons. As is well known,
tho skin can act in place of the kid
neys in a small degree, and vice
versa. When one is affected the
other is apt to bo.
Tho Biiddon checking of perspira
tion during tho month of Octobor
throws upon tho kidneys the extra
work of eliminating tho blood poi
sons. This concontratos tho poisons
in tho urine, which, may sot up an
WILL NOT AFFILIATE
WITH THE FEDERATION
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.. Oct. 4 Mem
bers of the Bricklayers. Masons and
Elastcrcrs International Union of Amer-
irritable condition in tho kidneys.
The concentrated acidity of tho urine
irritates tho whole tract.
The crisp weather of Octobor nat
urally increases the appetite. It re
quires somo self control not to over
eat during the first cold days. Dur
ing tho hot weather previously the
amount of food consumed is much
less than tho appctito craves during
Octobor. This also tonds to produce
irritation of tho kidneys by tho ex
cess of material in tho blood.
Peruna is a gentlo diuretic. Jt as
sists tho kldnoys In mootiiiff tho extra
burden thrown upon them through Oc
tobor weather, it is well to tako it,
according to tho directions on the bot
tlo, during tho wholo month.
ThoBe who object to liquid medicines
can now procuro Poruna Tablets.
Ica have voted nob to affiliate with tho
American Foderatlon of Labor, according
to announcement made at the headquar
ters hero today by William Dobson, pon
oral secretary of the International union.
Out of a total membership of S2.351 only
20.351 votes were cast, and of these onlv
f37fi wero in favor of affiliation.
alt Lake Statistics
William C. Stoll, Columbuo, O., and
Anna Rolfo Adams, Salt Lake.
Thomas Butler and Virginia E. Ross,
Matthew T. Harris, Knight, Wyo., and
Mary E. Baker, Winchester, O.
Harry L,. Orvln and Hulda Bunnell.
Jamcn Foster Wllklns and Mary C.
J.-uncs M. McKlnstry and Ida Butter
William C. Calvert and Florence E.
C;i3eau, Salt Lake.
ALLEGED DESERTER OF
WIFE IS RELEASED
After a three-weeks' incarceration in
tho county jail on a charge of wife de
sertion, J. C. Eolland was released yes
terday on order of Judge F. C. Loofbou
row of the district court, who discov
ered lhat the Utah courts have no .iuris
dictiou in the case as Iiolland was
never a resident of the slate.
Eolland was extradited from Idaho
on complaint, of his wife, Charlotto Hol
land. When the case was callod in court
yestorday morning counsel for tho de
fendant moved for a dismissal, inform
ing tho court that Holland was a citi
zen of Idaho and was not within the
jurisdiction of the local court.
ONLY HEIR TO ESTATE
MISSING FOR YEARS
OAKLAND, Oct. 4. Personal prop
I erty belonging to tho $500,000 estate
I of Alexander Duvall in this county
oAtX I The subtle and delusive character of kidney disease II li'
REMEDIES 3 's we!I known. The patient and even the doctor often
irn mo , M, H a'l to recognize its existence until the disease has ' jj I
114 j , f?P0 hi become well established, little thinking the backache,
RwiVd j headache, indigestion, weakness of heart, loss of ap- J
2 Rheamailc Hemeiy 3 petite and that tired feeling is caused from kidney ' I jj
3 Diabetes Remtdy li: trouble; the kidneys failing to perform their function j J
A Asthma Hemetfy n of removing the poisonous matter from the blood. ! II J
tpiu,T,?c,HpaHon Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Remedy
V.BlHmsn:ss ;.vhich soothes and heals the inflamed parts and grad- II li i
SOLD by all ually restores them to their normal condition. You II jj; j
iTT 1 , . ri can be among the thousands who have testified to ill if 1
ln?b"unmb co1 reli,?f. fr fins by the use of I ;
of remedy desired to N this wonderful medicine. It has been the standby in fij Jj ;
W.rnerS P correcting kidney and liver troubles for 36 years. II J
Safe Reiser" ''o., II fit " I wish to say that yoar remedies have been used In our fillllli i
Deri 30 l i family (or about fifteen years. We are never without a bot- ffiiilH'
t t. ru v I ' He of Warner's Safe Kidnc7 and Liver Remedy in our home, ifllllU1 i
-c T I n and it has saved mnny a doctor's bill. It is a wonderful gjl j JJ;
j H mcdlclno for ail clfsetises of the kidneys and liver." Flor- all MM
fto ence E. Schmidt. R. F. D. No. 1. Dunkirk. O. jgj J j !
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was sold at public auction today be
cause Mrs. Amolia Stevens, only heir
to the estato, who married against lier
father's will, failed to appear.
"When Amolia Duvall married Thad
deus Stevens ten ycaTs ago, hor father
disowned her and she disappeared.
The Balo was conducted by a repre
sentative of tho public administrator,
to piaco tho estato in shapo so that it
can "be handled by tho county. Unless
the daughter appears tho lands aud
houses will pass into tho hands of tho
STEAMSHIP SPOKANE lib
GETS OFF THE ROCKS j ;
SEATTLE, Wash., Oct. 4. The I
steamship Spokane, which wont ashore j
on the coast of Vancouver island last if;
night and got off this morning, will ar- jj !
rive hore early tomorrow morning. She jill h
is steaming slowly. Her double bottom II tj 1
saved the vessel. The extent of the llj j!
damage will not bo known until she is J III 1j
docked here. ! j
IB Sec!ld IB KRELL BBBorlor 6iandJH i
I il as accumulation of high-grade exchanged pianos and player Jp TIFFANY H J
Panos orSans and cabinet pianolas will be disposed of this week in the ahogany case. i
li THE BIG DAY TOMORROW IHIIMhI '
I II Thirty unparalleled bargains in highest quality musical instruments. BP Q H I ! 1BBPHB II ' If1
Exchanged Pianos of all well-known makes from $65.00 up illyll I'1
I I Organs . . '. '. '.'.'. ' . ." ' "from $25.00 up J S t lHWIiy 11 j
I I Best Piano Valu.es Ever Offered upright. Circassian ai-
j j ISTowliere else in Utah are Pianos of such high quality, in such splendid con- i nut case- Originally $700. Mp j j j
I I dition and at such unheard of value-giving prices ever offered. Tr III If!
I I The powerful magnet that draws such exceptional Pianos to Carstensen & I f $525 IB 1 III
Anson Co., that has caused their owners to reHnquish instruments actually above f r IfflH ' I IP
II I criticism, is the world renowned PIANOLA PLAYER, PIANO, ' , J m ffli C
j' THE PIANO WHICH EVERYONE CAN PLAY I
II I 3om Utah's finest homes the majority ol! these wonderful exchanged Pianos llBliilfflll HSI fSifl
(III 11 Note the list of specimen values given, then come to our .store tomorrow S S SnHft B S SPfi lilli
il l iilcPlmil V. '.'.',','.'.'.','.7.'.'.'.'.''. ioi'M) 85.00 Steinway $1150.00 5750.00 f HI1 B1 "O "DH !
li I caTr1- "&X C loo 00 "40'00 S)'firIttt t 7) ' S'OO 75 00 J lllil '11(11
U I Remember that Carstensen & Anson Co. stand behind every instrument they Originally $6j0.00. mjjm l III
sell to the public. Railroad fare refunded to out-of-town Piano purchasers. ' & Slightly nsed. IH 1 1 Jj
. THE HOME OF STEINWAY, WEBER, STECK PIANOLA-PIANOS.. :B
Wi 74 Sou1;n Main Street. Next to McCornick's Bank. " '" jjHSffl S ffibllillH M