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-4 . THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1913.
I IN FIERCE AND
I BLOODY FIGHT
Total Number of DeaH, Most-
ly Rebels, Estimated at 700
by General Salazar, Fed-'
H ONLY RUINS REMAIN
H OF SANTA ROSALIA
Battle Raging at the City of
Sinaloa, in Which Insurg
ents Claim to Have
EL PASO, Tex., Oct. 4. Meager de
tails of the battle of Santa Rosalia,
Chihuahua, in which General Francisco
Castro and his 4700 federal troops suo
ceedcrl in defeating and routing Fran
cisco Villa and his 4000 combined rebel
forces, tend to show that the battle
was a desperately fought and bloody
one. General Salazar of the federal
forces, in a private telegram to friend3
at Juarez, placed his estimate of tho
total number of dead' at 700. The cas
ualtics were mostly on the rebel side.
The loss of life among non-combatants
in the town, resulting from tho federal
artillery fire, ho stated, was enormous.
The principal buildings and most of
the residences of the town were practi
cally mined. The mission, one of the
most costly buildings in Santa Bosa
lia, was badly damaged.
Federals at Juarez have no news of
Hi the direction taken by the rebels, who
Hj were deicated in tbe fight. General
Castro has not made his report of tho
engagement and, aside from his mes
sage announcing the federal victory,
has not given the Juarez officials any
information concerning the battle or
the course taken by Villa's troops.
I FIGHT IN PROGRESS
AT CITY OF SINALOA
DOUGLAS, Ariz., Oct. 4. Constitu
tionalists and federals clashed in an
all-day battle at the city of Sinaloa to
day, according to tonight's rebel ad
vices, which asserted the insurgents had
the advantage, although the fighting
was still in progress.
The number of federals engaged in
the battle was not stated, but the con
stitutionalist troops were said to total
2000. They were commanded by Gen
Two federal gunboats, stationed in
Giaymas harbor, are said to have been
drdored south with troops to reinforce
the Sinaloa garrison.
In the last week the federals repaired
the railroad between "Empnlme and
Cruz do Piedra. but tho constitutional
ists again put it out ot commission by
dynamiting the trackage.
American Consul Simpich arrived here
today from Cumpas, Sonora, having ac
complished the release of James Ben
nett and his sou, who were hold at
Santiago on charges of having foment
ed political disorders.
I Will G. Richmond, a resident of In
glcwood, Cal., will answer any in
quiries about Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound. He says further: "Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound has great
ly benefited me for bronchial trou
ble and cough, after I used other rem
edies that failed. It is more like a
food than a medicine." Do not ac
cept a substitute. Schramm-Johnson,
Drugs, "The Nevcr-Substitutors," five
(5) good stores. (Advertisement.)
I GRAND JURY TO TAKE
UP DYNAMITE CASE
Confession of George E. Davis Will Be
Thoroughly Investigated at In
dianapolis. INDIANAPOLIS. Oct. 4. The Unit
cd States grand mry venire 'for tho No
vember term of court was drawn today
on the order of Federal Judge A. B. An
derson. The grand jurv, which will meet
here November 11, will investigate tho
lntest phases of the dynamite conspir
acy, as brought out by the confession
of George E. Davis, alias George O'Don
uell, who was arrested Thursday in New
York. The names of the grand ,mrors
were not mado public.
"We expect to mako a thorough in
vestigation of everything brought out
by Davis's confession, which resulted
iu the arrest here of Harry Jones, sec-Tetary-treasurer
of the International
Association o Bridge and Structural
Iron Workers," said United States Dis
trict Attorney Charles W. Miller, "and
we hope to have our report ready when
the grand jury meets."
In preparing the case, Mr. Miller will
be assisted bv Robert J. Foster, inves
tigator for the National Erectors' as
sociation, who caused the arreBt of
H HOLD THEIR PLACES
Special to The Tribune.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 4. The Postof
(ice department today made the follow
ing reappointments of Utah nostmas
, ters; Rudolph Eickenback at Glenwood
Sevier county; Nols C. Jepsou at Ge
nova Box Elder county, I
f Wo 'vo gleaned from every dopartniont offerings that l SPECIALTY WISm 8T0IE fe wo're determined to break all I
will bo of paramount interest to overy woman InSalt j&fl flIBHEH? ' WeM WtdT -9r 4 M iPvw raKSl " TOWS. ftjjj week volumo of business Is our only aljarnfiTiy
Lake Olty Included are the season's newest wo'arablos $tM ncianTMCHT KH IV f$ jffl ff M j& tBSHtHE MECCA fi'ir.V Ignored We want to crowd ovory departmont3Bi-
at prices sensationally reduced Newes't faU millinery HtpatI, KmL JL .Jf Jjt tJ0Wi,imiJP mBW day and now fall merchandise hasojaifuiJJ
at way less than values -'Dress goods, silks, household g&BT 0CCIPTIRQ Ir'jHBfcitf!!!!?" JS9Y l0W PriCQ aa t0 insur0 a terriflejyook ofTolltnS
linens, blankets and comforts at less than they could iSl nvmrn in nna X&BMmf&0Y GOO&S STQ&E .S?il LAKE'S MllEHTfoffl Bcad overy item for quality offered 'and redup.f(ftB i Pf
I be duplicated for at wholesale, and so on through j ! ' I .m.Zmm ?'3'1 AAr TmWW' It wnnirilt 1 they cannot bo duplicated In this cityThTa1
every department " SQWRRFEET-J SffiBfBHBHHMH WHHHSEsi to tlie store hundreds more just as ImpoFtanYing
Every item quoted here is a truly "special 'price" -cut for this week only and representing the very latest styles in ready-to- M?
wear. Materials are the best to be obtained workmanship perfect throughout and each garment bearing the stamp of Fash- Jaf.S
ion's sincere approval Of course, the first choosing is better so come early, wSflEj
COATS SACRIFICED SUITS at Sensational Reductions 4iP
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m 1:1:1 If Tu h ? $30.00 each Up to $20.00. up to $27.50. $34.50 each. $42.00 each $54.00 each , sMMSSwmS
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ellnes, mo e plush, bouclo and plush coats cloth, plush and fur mixtures, two tone chovlota. bedfords, bedford cords, ve- whipcords, comblna- failles, poplins, epon- ig?WaWSTnKLA&B
Caucasian witn bouclo n cutaway novelty trimmed effects; new- diagonals, etc., In all serges, whipcords, lours, boucle o, tlon broadcloth coat ges, veloura and J9gMWSmmK
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Marked Down As Sever Before Petticoats Spodal R6llUC(! '
Dresses Worth Dresses worth Rich messa- ijmL Fine French 8gJS S wol?h 4 HilK
$10.00 each. $19.75 each. lines, with Conevset- th- ? !. (2fL $8.00 each IMffllU!
Dainty styles In Messallnes, Beautiful Silk Poplins, Me3- i -i 4 rfeti&BSiffi ) black and white checks; Including serges, bedfords, IIIIMtlMwHilm :
Poplin, Serge, Brocaded salines, Crepes, Chiffons, Ol 8.111 riPPlG 1 V t PflWrJ TL 1 n'n walst and draped mod- poplins, plaids, checks and llllllilil RfffnlB
Poplin, Matelasse. etc. Fur Shadow Laces, Crepe cloth, i t t l afflSBBF SHclWl SCEtrt els; very neat styles; ape- mixtures In blgh waist mod- lltJllfifflV' f
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Rimonos Dresses worth Dresses worth values iMl- WAISTS marked down - S
F.aSnc.ett?e"d P.a $25'00 each- $37.50 each. Rsi iM jgfei mm Waists Worth Waists Worth HOUSejfcn
and Empire styles- f$KF&n&nTnpT$ SeSlSS P 1 61 SSP P IT $4.00 Each $7.50 Each DreSSC
Special at salines, Bedfords, Twotone Krlnkled Crepes. Plaid Com- m M 1 W TOffi2Kf Ifk Dainty lingeries, voiles, Esq.uisite line Of chif- Good auantv oerealstKnua
Beautiful st'yfes ' etC' barVaKIa'nt etc"Wonderful 9 H IlWM El crepes, lace trimmed, ons, nets, laces, voHgb, and dark; low and'Kmi
S 3 $ 1 7 0 $25.00 ,s : ' 4, spe$2.5Q ciai$s,o Qs'cft
I CHILDREN'S DRESSES tffc 1 aa mfma BBBTifc xWM i Children's Coats fa t QKp
I A splendid line of serges, checks and plaid ffji HhII B Mm 1 il if j tll ly BB
I uinuncn iu SPECIAL iS chil(iren,s coats in zieline, stripeH
I HARVEST WONDERS 9N THE Just received a hundred smart mmS' velour, velvet and plush trimmed, 2 tqSp
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B Great interest 7ill center atout this department, offering the - c MH llfciVI B EaPBafij W fa I Is nVV
isssestssststs $3.98. $4.98. $5.98 HWI Dainty New styles at Pric6s Way Below Valne wr
I derful underpricing fe- m Remnant ends of embroidery Women's fancy linen collars, W
1 Crepe de Chine, silk and cot- Silk and Cotton Poplins In wide . nniraaraa. V Il and laf; an a"umuIat,on 2 some hand embroidered, worth,.
I r,iw'i OSTRSCH PLUfVJES T " Jm? s'Si,-""1""' ? ,;L
1 beautiful range of colors. 90c lar $1.25 quality. TTT t r t rr r . t S i viv.- S ES.
quality, the yard- Wonderful offering ot ten to ISnIAW mmly y
SQtf 98C eighteen - inch plumes in any WmWUwSl SESL?S'S! BiiSJ
WW J r J .iJ vf. ot-x P LX mkpMr.f because of the excellent value and low THHM - ? y-
, T, , h aii woo. mixtures, very highest wanted shade priced extra spe- SmKC ffic'evaaues up t0 75c' Wo offer you yowr J?(
Pure wool mannish mixed suit- cIa yarn8. 64' to B8-lnch 1 a. I f, I I f- MM choice at -J ,
ngs, dark coloring, 50 to 56. Wdths, Regular $2,00 or $2.75 ClcU dl N 3W,WfflB A new line of fancy veils, Including any shade you may detlnM ,
$1C75 qiiafmes the yard qualities, the yard m gft KB On sale Monday at one-third less the regular price.
$1.69 fr 56-inch all wool Shepherd checks, in blade .mmm Jj1
I and white, small checks splendid $2.00 ' ' '' B
I French and storm serges, Henrietta, etc. I 0 H j.
I $1.00 for 44-inch aii wool storm serges, diagonals, J At a Saving of One-Third to One-Half Creating what we believe to be Ml ISrSSi KQUGIIvII5
e French serges, etc. 1 SALT LAKE'S GrEEATEST BLANKET SALE. ' Women's wool tights, fine rib, ankle lengttv?
1 S1.25 r 46-inch storm serges, BO.inch diagonals, 1 q woq fmed( am a n tan8 flPaySl white and plaids. Bought from two of Amcr- ! sizes 34, 36, 38. Values up fiOftif
I 44-inch hedford cords, poplins, Orope de Paris, 1 lea's largest handlers of blanketu at prices you are bound to appreciate and take advantage of. In the line J Q 25 Choice WVV,alf
I India twills, 46-inch wool poplins, 50-inch 1 arc . ,
' TLJlTt 111 "e newest Blankets Worth 7Sc to $15,00 a Pair j K;dKL 38cJ
I $1.50 for 44-inch nattes, broadcloths, serges, diag- 1 SeiJIil PUCe RaXlR9 tO $Sa a PaW g Children's two-piece underwear, fleece Hnedlj br
1 onais, wool charmouso, eponge, poplins, etc. a fr: 1 JL white merino and silk wool, vests and pants, Se
I Tho most popular of 1913 fabrics. U M rerluce(i OTie tMrci M
I $2.00 44-inch and BO-inch brocades in char- ens Pfc.fflE CP fffe JLH R B ibuuwu uiib umu,
rM&WJS This Offers From llOSliesfl ietlH K 0rr
I l 75c size lor m
8 A FEW SILK SPECIALS You will find many other equally important values I Excellent value and best make, but a broken.,
I 42c for 18-inch messaiine, in aii colors. 15c Bleached 27-inch Canton Flannel, yard 10c I li"e and must be closed out . MU orWito"
1 75cfor 26-mch a!t 6Ul messaiines in aii colors. Bleached 25-inch Shaker Flannel, yard 8 l-3c I ?Si0SfBSSs. "ong sleeve.
S1.50r 40.mcn all Crop, do CmMe !n al! wanted g f Calicoes, all Colors, yaid 5C S K J
I $i.i9 Jor attach and -mch au sUk chametto m J 12-c Dress Ginghams, all styles, all colors 8 l-3c i "" TZ.5.. $1,001
I an wanted colorings. I 50c Wool Flannels, 27-inch, white and colors 29c I .. ' "M h
1 . I 15c Best Outing Flannels, light or dark, yard 8 l-3c I n - mm Jlw
I ' Exceptional Hosiery a!lSeS I 25c Scotch 32-inch Dress Ginghams, all styles 15c j l S QiVg l6uS'S
I women's tan siik lisie hose, aii sizes. 8 l-3c Cotton Challie, kimono and comfort styles 5c J Supply v " w.
SiSSo; nil 15c Silkoline, every style and color, yard wide 10c gffjKS
1 in tan or white. FuU 60c value $j0 9 1 ?0arfa fmice "thSn ever before offered. mgK 11
1 A wonderful color assortment of wonderful values in 8 $1.50 and $2.00 Nottingham Lace OurtainB, 25c Superfine 36-inch Kimono Flannel, yard .... 15c B JchSoisette 2-clasp gloves, kid SuC'Vb
I Bilk hosiery rose, Copenhagen, navy, green, tan. Bur- 3 white and ecru, pair 89c $1.50 Oriental Couch Covers, full size, each 69c I trimming. Pretty as a kid glove 'mia sown f
1 gundy, pink cut $1.25 IK a 1 $2.75 and $3.25 Nottingham Lace Curtains, S2.25 Tapestry Table Covers, 6-1 or 8-1 sizes. .$1.26 Now leatherette gloves for street wear, pin
1 to $1.50 values at Ib 3 white and ecru, pair $1.89 15c Bleached Pillow Cases, 42x36-inch sizo 8c ft fancy hack and are
1 Infants' flne ribbed cashmere hose in black or whito. fi T,nfta oqM, q 25c Bleached H. S. PUlow Cases, 45x3Cinch size 16c m washable 75c : and A-fl ftglM "
An excellent value at fl C 1 15c Pure Wliite Cotton Batts, each 8c goc Bleached Sheots, extra weight, 81x90-inch B Double silk gloves, 2-clasp, black S I -VV
J a small price I 33 $1.50 Puro White Stitched Batts, 3 pounds 98c size 63c