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ft FJUUK OFF
if the Tariff Rates
.'Ely Has Little Ef
K)tf lCov 3. Althougli
Bfiet'witli its lowered rate
Ljn in effect practically n
Kstoms receipts havo so
Kq falling off. According
KU statement today the
jKts October amounted
Mf just about .$S0,000 less
'October, 1912. Tho deficit
vear to date, tho state
Kf 757.627, about $3,900,
K'tiie deficit at the cor
nod last year,
ments under the Slier
wrcntly arc largely rc
o larger aeliciency. The
the period in 15U2
nmountcd to about
tf for the same period
Hit- $57,000,000 an increase
$-1,000,000 in this one
Kr warrants for the month
fs, were $50,306,99-1, with
Ef $&i,10G,633, leaving an
KSnny When Protone,
Krflesh Builder, Will
K Gain 30 Pounds
f SO Days?
Package Sent 3BEE.
Kfid women feci the pltl
e humiliation of neglect,
rith skinny forms, scrawny
Htthat hang like sacks on
oti certainly loofc
FVour advice about Pro-
Kfeal relief from sklnnl
B)d to tho body that helps
rVklUi best recommendation
success. Every town
. All druggists sell it at
we will send you a free
ft to prove to you that Fro-
I lll0(Kl' turns footl lllt0
ijBs In tidily days .is not
Ky gain for thin, 'skinny
(Bsli.00 size of Protone is
'N druggists, or will be
jKipon receipt of price.
goes in every paclcage.
iWfcck If not satisfied. The
uEtlfies us, from now on.
nWrtcompany, 5502 Protone
Mr Michigan, will send to
'o0c package of Protone,
nclose J0c in stamps or
j cover postage. Thev will
Ll full Instructions and
gyi'y You Are Thin'
iKLOO alzo of Protone Is for
pty by sWilles-1 Ionic.
Vcr-Siibstitutors." five (5)
WC. M. I. Drug Dept.. 112
.,MatMs & Co.. 324 South
Jmg Co.. 331 S. W. Temple
Hfe now on.
Btcd Music Co.
er How Big
SMP DM HIIR CAUSES DHOniFF. .
SCALP GETS PHY, Hi FALLS OUT
Girls! Get a 25 cent bottle
and try a "Danderine
After washing your hair with soap
always apply a little Danderino to the
seal)) to invigorate the hair and prevent
dryness. Bettor still, use soap as spar
ingly ns possible, and instead have a
'iuandcrinc iTair Cleanse." Just
moisten a cloth with Danderino and
draw it carefully through your hair,
taking ono strand at n time. This will
remove dust, dirt and execssivo oil. In
a few moments j-ou will be amazed,
your hair will not onlv be clean, but it
excess of receipts for the month of
The not balance in the general fund
of the treasury at the close of tho day's
business was $124,923,123, and tho
grand total of cash in the treasury was
given at $2,037,S4G,293. with a total
gold in tho trust fund of $1,098,995,109.
Tn national bank depositaries to the
credit of tho United States treasurer
thero was $91,121,101. At the close of
business yestcrdaj' there were 7514 na
tional banks in existence, with a capi
tal of $1,068,534,175, and circulation
outstanding secured by bonds amount
ing to $740,063,776.
will: fast and pray
A SB U BY PARK, N. J.. Nov. 1.- Now
Year's day. 1914, was set aside by the
National "Woman's Christian Temper
ance union today, in annual convention
horc, as a day of fasting and prayer
in behalf of a constitutional amend
ment for countrywide prohibition. The
convention selected January 1, 1915, as
"constitutional prohibition day. " Mrs.
Lillian N. Stevens of Portla'nd, Me,,
national prosidont, was authorized to
call a W. C. T. U. mass mooting in
Washington, D. C, to bring tho subject
of liquor traffic evils before congress.
Mrs. Elizabeth P. Anderson, national
recording sccrotary, rcportod that a
committee had been appointed to in
vestigate statements that there is a lack
of temperance education of Indians by
the government. Mrs. Anderson said
the government appropriates $100,000
annually for suppression of vico among
Indians, but that none of this money
appears to ho used in temperance work.
WILL INSIST UPON
BOSTON, Mass., Nov, 1. Despite the
general tendency of tho colleges of tho
country to do away with ontrance ex
amination, Harvard always will insist
upon this qualification for admission.
President A. Lawrence Lowell told the
New England association of Colleges
and Preparatory Schools today.
"In America," Prosidont Lowell
said, "wo aro in special need of a
measurement of efficiency in educa
tion because wo are prone to theories
and rely on formulas, always trying to
set machinery in motion which "will
"Another great defect is the fact
that, in most casos the one who gives
instruction also gives tho examination.
In testing the measuro of efficiency,
tho aid of independent oxaminors
should be secured. The capacity and
habits of the pupils measure tho effi
ciency of the teacher, and by examina
tion wo aro able to tell ovon more
about tho instructor than we can about
the ono who is instructed."
Faces Robbery Charge.
R Phelix, a Mexican, alleged to have
robbed J. S. Johnson of $2.50 in tho
rear of the Continental bar, First South
and West Temple stroetB, at 10 o'clock
last night, was arrested by Patrolman
W. S. Tucker after a scuffle for pos
session of a lenifo with which the Mox
ican was armed. According to Patrol
man Tuckor, the Mexican knocked
Johnson down, Tobbed him and later
threw the money away rather than be
caught with it.
Faces Assault Charge.
Said to have attacked Gus Langbar
tender in tho Elko saloon, G98 Wost
Second South street, with a knifo. cut
ting him across the face and right hand,
M. Martinez, a Mexican, 2S years of
age, was arrostcd last night by Pntarol
man Branum on a chargo of assault
with a deadly weapon. Tho difficulty
is said to have arisen over a disagree
ment about change.
A Sober Husband
A Happy Home
Drink habit is the cause of moro
than one-half of the divorce euits
brought in the Salt Lako City courts.
Many separations havo been prevented
when tho husband was persuaded to
take the Neal Drink Habit Treatmont,
which is a safe, sure, vogotablo remedy
that removes tho craving for drink in
three days, without tho use of hypo
dermic injections. Tho Neal Treatment
will make drinking husbands sober hus
bands and they tvill then spend their
money on their families instead of over
the bar, drinking and treating drink
ing companions. Call and talk it over.
Neal Institute, 525 East Second South
street, Salt Lako City. Get proof and
references; or, write or phono for book
of information. Phone Wasatch 1791.
DRUG HABIT SUCCESSFULLY
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will bo wavy, fluffy and abundant, and
possess an incomparable softness and
Besides cleansing and beautifying the
hair, ono application of Danderino dis
solves every particlo of dandruff, stimu
lates the .scalp, stopping itching and
falling hair. Dauderine is to tho hair
what fresh showers of rain and sun
shine aro to vegotation. Jt goes right
to tho roots, invigorates and strength
ens them. Its exhilarating and Bfo
producing properties cause tho hair to
grow long strong and beautiful. i
.Men! Ladies! You can surelv have
iota ; or charming hair. Got a 25 cent
Dottle ot Knowlton's Danderino from
any drug gtore or toilot countor and
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STALE EGGS HURLED
AT WILLIAM SULZER
Deposed Governor of New York Dodges
Missiles; Friends, However, Aro
Not So Fortunate.
NEW YORK, Nov. 1. Rotton eggs
wero thrown at William Sulzer, tho do
posed governor and candidate of the
Progressive party for tho assembly in
tho bixth district, when he addressed a
meeting tonight in Tom Foley's dis-'
tnct and denounced Speaker Al Smith
,ol tho assembly.
None of tho" eggs struck their mark
and Sulzer stood his ground and con
tinued his speech. Some of tho eggs
struck Sulzer 's friends, however.
The speoch was next interrupted by
tho passage of fire engines and then
by a long procession of horse cars, fol
i0? ,)y a Democratic parade, and
finally by the "black maria" loadod
with prisoners, which halted directly
undor tho balcony whoro Sulzer was
'Foley is noted for his dirty poli
tics," shouted Sulzer. "lie and Al
Smith aro doing this to shut me up,
but they cannot do it."
Most of the audience Boomed to fa
vor Sulzer, but tho Foloyitos in .the
audience managed to provent any sign
AGAIN THE WINNER
He Is Permitted to Sell Herbs, But Is
Enjoined From Acting as a
Yeo Foo Lun, a Chinese herbalist
against whom tho county attorney has
waged a relentless warfare for montliB,
may still sell his herbs in Salt Lako,
under a ruling by Judge C. W. Morso
in the district court yestorday in the
case brought by tho state medical
board to restrain Lun from practicing
without a medical license.
The court granted a permanent re
straining order prohibiting Lun from
diagnosing, proscribing for or treating
any physical ailment or abnormality of
any ono within tho 6tato of Utah as a
physician. Tho injunction goes no fur
ther, however, the court again refusing
to class the solo of thu herbs aa a vio
lation of the law. Lun is only restrained
from acting in tho capacity of a physi
cian as definod in the law.
On a Ehowing made by the county
that Lun had diagnosed a
certain case and had offered to perform
an operation, the restraining order was
The evidence submitted bv the coun
ty attorney yesterday may lie used in
prosecuting a criminal charge against
the herbalist, according to the county
When your food does not digest well
and you feel "blue," tired and dis
couraged, you should use a little
Herbino at bedtime. It opons the
bowels, purifies tho system and re
stores a fine feeling of health and en
ergy. Price, 50c. Sold by Schramm
Johnson, Drugs. "The 2"ever-Substi-tutors,"
Five (5) Good Stores,
WILL ASK CONGRESS
TO SUPPLY FUNDS
Secretary Redfield Proposes
an Inquiry Into Fundamen
tal Economic Laws.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 1. Secretary of
Commerce Redfield, addressing the
members of the St. Louis Commercial
club tonight, said the time is coming
when big dividends combined with low
wages will not bo respectable.
"Tho idea that man rightly can
profit out of conditions under which
their fellows wrongly live will not
last," ho said. "It is uncertain how
soon public opinion will say that a wago
for working men in a shop or foundry
that is insufficient to maintain them in
docencj' shall not go on sido by sido
with a costly home for the owner of
that business, and perhaps oven with
gifts on his part to charities and educa
tion." Mr. Redfield said it was important
that "the business man of tho countrj
should understand tho purpose of cer
tain work wo are about to undertake,
with the approval of the presidont, pro
vided congress supplies the necessary
"We propose to undertake an in
quiry into tho fundamental economic
laws that underlie the vast masses of
capital and labor," ho said. "Is. or
is not tho trust form, of organization
industrially efficient? Are there, or
are thero not, factors that come into
play when production passes a certain
point which increase rather than di
minish cost? Is tho trust problem in
its economic essence a passing stage?
"If wo look at our greatest indus
tries, wo shall find certain facts to
make us roflcct. Some of the trusts
havo coased to exist. Many of the so
called trusts aro not especially profit
able, failing to earn dividends, or earn
ing but small dividends on their com
mon stock. .
"Side by side with tho great aggre
gations of capital havo gono on smnllor
and independent concerns in tho same
linos of business, which have mado, in
some instances, conspicuous successes.
T think it may be found that some of
the independent ooncorns aro moro
profitable than are the larger ones that
bulk so largely in the public eye.
"What aro tho economic laws that
lie beneath this movement? That is
what we want to learn."
A Maker of Health,
A good honest medicino like Foley
Kidney Pills gives health to many fam
ilies. Mrs. O. Palmer, 635 Willow St.,
Green Bay, Wis., was seriously ill with
kidney and bladder trouble. Mr. Pal
mer writos: "My wife is rapidly re
covering her health and Btrongth duo
solely to the nso of Foley Kidney
Pills." Schramm-Johnson, Drugs, "The
Never-Substitutors," Five (5) Good
"I. W. W." MURPHY SAYS
HE IS NOT GUILTY
Thomas Murphv, a loader of the I.
W. W., who stood on tho soap box at
tho time it was knocked from under
him on the occasion of tho I. W. W.
rioting, August 12, was arraigned be
fore Judgo R C. Loof bourow in the dis
trict court yesterday on charges of as
6anlt with intent to commit murder and
assault with a deadly weapon. He
pleaded not guilty to each charge.
Murphy Is alleged to have fired the
shot that took off the thumb of Thomas
D. Price the night of the riot.
Buy New Trolley Cars.
Orders for twenty-four new trolley
cars will be placed by tho management
of the Utah Light & Railway company
as soon as bidis which havo been asked
aro obtained, according to an announce
ment made from the offices of Genoral
Manager Joseph S. Wells yesterday.
The cars will be larger than" any now
in uso here, having a seating capacity
1 for fifty-six passengers.
20 FEWER PICTURES I
1 TO CAUSE YOU W0RRY
If You Have an Answer Book. It Works Hand
in Hand With the Catalogue.
There aro many virtues to the An-'
1. It tolls you where to find the cor
rect book tit'les represented by twenty
of tho pictures.
2. fit permits you to submit aa many
as ten different answers to each pic
ture, while not requiring that you sub
mit any pictures at all.
8. It requiros you to sign your name
and address only twice, instead of on
every picture and coupon.
4. It is neat, compact, easy to
carry around, hard to lose, easy to
handlo, ensy to wrap up to send or
But to get back to virtue No. 1:
The picture gamo catalogue con
tains all tho soventy-sovon correct book
titles reprosontod b' the seventy
seven pictures. But the catalogue is
an alphabetical list of 3000 book titles.
The soventy-soven correct book titles
are seventy-seven of these 3000 book
titles. Participants in tho picture game
of solving pictures must snoop through
the catalogue and drag out the seventy
seven correct titles.
The Answer Book points out to par
ticipants the pages o tho catalogue on
which tho correct titles represented by
tweutv of tho pictures aro to be
found" This is a big help. It amounts
to putting you right on tho trail of
twenty correct titles!
Ono of the Answer Book pages is
devoted to this helpful "key to
twentv correct titles." On this page is
printe'd tho numbers of twenty pictures.
Opposite ench numbor is the very page
or the catalogue, and tho very column
of titles on that page right hand or
left column in which the correct title
represented by that "icture appears.
Makes it easy for you to find the
correct titles represented by those
twenty pictures, doesn't it?
Suppose one of tho "keyed" pic
tures the pictures to which you are
"ivon tho key to the correct titles
is No. 5, for instance. And suppose
you were told the page of tho cata
logue and the column on that page, in
which the correct book titlo ropro
sontod by picture No. 5 was to be
Could you find it?
Why, tho Answer Book's little "key
to twonty correct titles" plan practi
cally solves twenty pictures for you.
It loaves only fifty-seven pictures for
you to solve for yourself.
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AT MEHESY'S THEATER I
I The Vienna Bakery will for ten days, commencing Wednesday, H
I Nov. 5, give with each loaf of Bee Hive Sanitary Wrapped Bread, I H
I" one ticket entitling you to the best seat in Salt Lake's most popular I
motion picture theater. , flj
Tickets Good Any Day of the Week From 11 a. m. to 5 p. m. I I
Ask your grocer for Bee Hive Sanitary Wrapped Bread, the most I H
wholesome bread baked. 1 H
DON'T FORGET THE DATES Commences Wednesday, Nov.
5, until and including Saturday, Nov. 15. H
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A. hard stubborn Cold that
hangs on, is broken up by
Catching Cold is always preceded by
lassitude, a feeling of weakness as if
some serious illness was pending, this
first sign of Cold Is seldom noticed or
heeded, though this is tho time "Sov-enty-seven"
is most effective.
If you wait until your bones begin
to ache; till you begin to cough and
sneeze, it may take longer. All Drug
Stores, 25 cts. and $1.00, or mailed.
Humphrey's TTomco. Medicine Co., 15G
William Street. New York.
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who mako best use of Tho Tribune
OUR NEXT CITY AUDITOR I
Providing the voters of Salt Luke exercise the same in- jH
teiligence and good judgment which were so much in evi- jH
dence at the primaries. Mr. Cannon, without extensive ad
vertisinc and no paid agents, defeated his nearest opponent
bv 971. "votes WHY ? Since that time he lias enjoyed con
siderable free advertising at the hands of his political ene-
mies, thev having waged against him one of the most bitter jH
wars in the annals of Salt Lake's political history. WHY? jH
The fact that their campaign against Mr. Cannon has become
so vigorous only exposes the wholesome respect they hold jH
fpr him and their certain knowledge of his superior efficiency. jH
Are the voters going to be Tooled? We think NOT. He
polled 3641 votes in the primaries against 2670 stop and
think why he did this then use your good judgment and
vote we nped not tell you for whom.