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if . PAGKFOUIt. TIE KABTKHN UTAH ADVOCATE. THfiMll.IV. NOV. 81. '- .
III The Eastern Utah Advocate
Bfj ' Tho Advocato Publishing Company (Inc.).
Hit II. W. Crockett, Manager.
Hk . Subscription Itntcs: Ono Yoar, ll.GO; Six Mo., 76c; Three Mo COo.
H ADVKllTISINO ItATIM INKKIi:CT JANUARY 1. 1012.
IE DISPLAY ADVERTISING I'or Inch per Btaglo Imuc, 25c; per Inch
1 Dor Month, 20o Each Issue.
Hjff . POSITION Pull Position, Top of Column, Next Mending, ndd 26
for cont to aboro. Alongsldo Hooding Matter, ndd 10 per cent to
HI IXEADEnS I'or Lino, One Time, 10c; per Line, Subsequent, 6c.
Hjaf . PItOEESSIONAL CAIID8 Not Over Ono Inch, (1.00 per Month.
Haft LEUAL8 Ton ConU por Lino First Insortlon. Flvo Cent per Line
HK Each Subsequent lasuo.
OUITUAUIES Cards of Thank, Ilcsotutlons, -Etc., nt Halt Local
Hj Hooding Notlco Hate. Address nil Communications to
1 THE ADVOCATE PUIIUHIILVO CO., Price, Utnli.
HI ' THUHHOAY, NOV. l, 11)12.
Ht 11MVM THAT DllHTHOV IICE Al'-
$ Tl:l1 INE OIHAHTEtl.
HHt White dnmp la tho Ran moat
HHtj feared by minora, for Ita proportion
HB (i render It difficult to detect, Inns-
HHJ4J much nt It la tasteless, odorless and
2 colorless, and when mixed In tho
Blj proportion of about ono pnrt of gas
HHf Jj to nlno pnrta air Is called "fire
HB J dnmp," and becomes exploslvo to n
HHf ,: degrco hard to realliu unless ono
H',3 has seen Its effects. According to
ft,w Mining Hclonco black damp, unlike
K I whlto damp, Is hearlor than air,
Vi and l a non-oxploitvo gns which
HHs way bo detected by Its peculiar
Hal .odor. Again, unlike tho other, Its
HHwj effect Is to suffocnta and extinguish
HHtJ flro. This gas Is so honvy nml
HHW fmoves with such n sluggish flow,
HHHj Uiat occasionally wlion minors havu
HHfll -.boon trapped In a mtno following an
f (explosion, and have detected the
HHll 'black damp creeping- In on them by
HHMi Tits smell, they hnvo boon able to
HHHJ c"top Us advance by uroctlng dniua
HHU For bnrrlcados along tho floor, build
HHH Miig them higher ns tho volume of
HHffa gas Incronaod, and keeping tho nlr
HHW .within their llttla enclosure com-
HHKJ iaratlvcly clean by rude, Improvised
HHHI 'fans. Following an explosion, thoso
HHH ttwo gases become mingled and form
W f mixed gas possessing nil tho dread
HHHI ..qualities of each, which Is known ns
HHHI "after damp," and It Is tho mixture
Hj of gases s)ilcli destroys any life
Hl that tuny remain following it initio
Hp t- City newspapers often make light
HHHj of country newspapers for dolnlllng
HHHj tho comlnjr and going of people and
HHHJ other personal mention. Hut If that
HHHJ bo on offense tho city newspapers
HHHI are even tnoro culpable, for In tholr
HHH Hoclety notes and other departments
HHW they uro lavish In tholr accounts of
HHHj socalled society pooplo. Tho prln-
HHH clpal difference between tho coun
HHY try and city proa Is simply In the
HHj fact that tho rural newspaper citron-
HK Icles tho movements of the people
HHj who are generally known In tho
HHJ community, while the city press
HHV tolls of people whom the great inn-
HHj Jorlty of Its readers only know by
HHa name. In Its personal mention tho
HHV rural press Is singularly free from
HHj class feeling and flunkoylsni, while
HHaj there Is a strong feeling that both
HHj characteristics uro found In the so
HHb clal happenings recorded In the col-
HHV umns of large city dullles.
HHj While the need of curroncy re-
HHJ form In this country Is undoubted,
HHf the reformation should bo of an on-
HHJ during ktud and not of u chnracter
HHJ to cause the work to bo undertaken
HHV nil over agnln. Wo want no mere
HHJ makeshifts of simply temporary use-
HHV fulness, A mukeshltt Is always a
HHV poor substltuto for tho right thing.
HHJ What Is wanted Is n currency based
HHJ upon properly soeured bank credit,
HHJ subject to constant redemption,
HHJ with proper reserves against the
HHJ circulating notos ns well as ngalnst
HHJ demand deposits. No makeshift or
HHJ emergency devices should bo no-
HHt cepted In placo of It.
HHj Now York's World lias mnde u
HHj summary of some phasos of tho Into
HHJ ' oamialgu and finds that Itoosevelt
HHW undo approximately fourteen huu-
HBH dred nnd fifty speeches; WlUon,
HHH i 330, and Tuft (preliminary), 560.
HHJ Number of words uttered In
HHJ speeches by Iloosovolt, 1,030,000;
H y Wilson, 476,000; by Tuft, 215,-
HHt 000. Number of miles trnveled by
B Uoosevelt, 29,000; by Wilson, 19,-
ft ,000; by Tuft, 12,000. Cost of prl-
HHJ inury and post convention cam-
HHf jmlgns, progressive, (2,000,000; re-
B imbllcan, (1,700,000; demoorntlc,
HHH l' Thero has Juki been jmt out of
HHb sorvjeo at the Dolconth mine In
HHM Cornwall an engine which was erect-
HHH ed In tho enr 1816. During all tho
HHB intervening period It has beqn work-
HHH lug faithfully and well and Is a
HHB tribute alike to Cornish mechanical
HkB3 'jrtesfHHHMw'2iK. Jiirir5
genius nnd workmanship. That It
has now ceased lo perform Ita func
tions Is dun to no scnao of lack of
duty or weariness In well doing, but
simply to tho clrcumatnnco that tho
old nt Dolcoath Is giving place to
Our schools will never bo really
democratic until tho pupils wear n
uniform. Every high school girl, for
example, who can posalbly got hold
of the clothes, dresses ns If she
wcro going out to cako walk. Tho
girls who can't get tho clothes must
suffer constant humiliation or else
Now that the shouting Is about
over the country Is sottllng down
onco more lo tho regular routine of
dlurnnt existence, well pleased nt
the fact that (hero will bo nn Inter
val of four years boforo nnother
presidential contest will mnko Its
Thero Is nothing to that sonnot
Hint John J. Ingnlls wrolo about op
portunity knocking nt every man's
door. Tho fact Is that nlno men
out or ten who succeed fairly well
In life have to gn out nnd Insso tho
old girl while she's on the dead
No bettor tribute could bo paid
to tho American pooplo than that
manifested nl tho lato election with
Its great political overturn. Tho dig
nity of tho ballot and tho dignified
nnd peaceful ncccptnnce of Its man
date wore splendidly cmphnaltcd.
Why not tho organisation of tho
Democratic Job Hunters' association,
unlimited, In Utah, for tho reason
that an organisation working with n
common purposo Is always nblo to
accomplish moro than mon working
Dwellings nro at n premium In
I'rlce. No better returns nro to bo
had from any sourco of Invostmont
than by tho erection of four to six
room residences here.
It may bo true that u circus takes
n lot of money out of town, but tho
Chicago mall order house does not
oven glvo a parado.
That tract of land In l'rlco Hlvor
Valley will not bo us ohoap noxt
year as It Is now.
Most argument consists of plain
damned lies, stuck to through thick
(IIVE (Wit HIDE A CHANCE.
In nn article taken from tho Chi
cago Herald, hondod "lluslness Mon
In Theatricals," wo notlco that "Tho
Lion and tho Mouse" Is going to
mnko n few Btops boforo starting u
run In Ban Francisco. Now why
can't wo hnvo this company stay one
night with usT They surely must
huvo a flrst-elnss company to con
template an oxtonded run In the
Westoru metropolis. Oho us a
cli an co.
Mr. rtvupwlv -A omir tORgw I
Mr. Jltnpok Wall, you never hear o'
t woman betiMC arraated far aarrylng
Wo wrlto all liquor bonds at our
Prlco offlco no Bonding nwny or
dolaya. R, W. Crockott &, Co. Also
plato glass Insurance.
School Supplies at Tho Advocato.
PAItCELS POST bnDHIW
Postmaster Oulwlts has received
further Instructions with reference
to Ihe parcels post law, which Roes
Into effect January 1, 1913. The
order stnles that nil matter shipped
In this way must bo stamped with
the regular parcels post stamp nnd
nny packages sent with tho ordin
ary stamp will be "held for post
nge." In addition to this, parcels
will b mallnblo only nt the post
offices and not on rnllwny post of
fices or cars.
Tho paokages sent by tho parcels
poit system must weigh eleven
pounds or less nnd not bo longer
than seventy-two Inches. The psck
fiRe must not bo greater In girth
thon soventy-two Inches nnd must
bo of such nnturo that they will
cause no Inconvenience to thoac
handling them Matter sent by the
parcels post must not bo of a na
ture that will perish within the
length of tlmo necessary to take It
to Its destination.
ItOWAN OIlEllEl) DATE
O.V THE PACIFKJ COAST
Marty Howan, tho clover welter
weight boxer from Hclpor, loft )es
tcrday for Los Angoles, where he
will discuss nn offer mado him to
box Ilert Fngln, n middleweight.
Tho promoters wnnt Kownn nnd Fa
gln to go on as scml-flnal to the
Mnndot-Itlvers fight Thanksgiving
day, but this gives tho Holpcr lad
very llttlo tlmo for preparation and
ha may docllno tho offor. "I am
not n prelim fighter, anyway," said
Itowan, Just boforo leaving. "I will
try to mnko them stago mo In tome
other fight ns ono of tho principals."
AltE NOT HUFFEItINd
According to n letter received nt
tho offlco of tho first presidency of
tho Mormon church from President
Junius Komney of the Junrcz stske,
the Mormon refugees In El I'aao
from Mexico nro not suffering icrl
ous Illness. President Komney also
writes that tho rotugces nro In com
fortablo clrcumstnnccs, many hating
found employment, nnd that they
will return to tholr homes boron d
tho bordor when peaco is perman
PHOI'OSEI) PLANS WILL
HE ONLY TEMPOILlltY I
EL PASO. Tex., Nov. 18 Apostlel
Anthony W. Ivlns today said there
Is no present Intention of perman
ently abandoning tho Mormon col
onies In Mexico and that whattver
arrangements nro mado now for tho
colony plans nro but tomporary ones
to ond when quiet Is permanently
restored In Mexico. Tho seltlon
of temporary colony lands tests
largely with O. P. Ilrown anj Jun
ius Komney, said Apostlo Ivtas.
HEM'S A Jt'lKJE IV ll.l FIX.
Justlco Ell Cherry of Olllli Mills,
Tcnn., was plainly worried. A bnd
soro on his leg had baffled sevoral
doctors and long resisted nil romo
dlcs. "I thought It waa n cancer,"
ho wrote. "At last I used Ilucklon'i
Arnica Salve, and was complotoly
cured." Cures burns, bolls, ulcors,
cuts, bruises nnd piles, 26c at nil
1" '.i ii ihr ki( llnkal l, i m ml
do. a , i it !.! If he ihoulil mhii to
.M III I4l y
Thf Man I l hit to taliyou.
Offlco and school supplies. Ad
vocato Publishing Co.
lectures lly Hiidiic" Mm Ocncr
nlly to He 0'"i Frequently.
Tho Students' Commercial club, a
now Btudcnt organization, mnde its
debut last week. It is composed of
students In tho commercial depart
ment nnd hns for Its purposo the
development of tho student and the
department. Already they havo
planned a series of lectures nnd
demonstrations to bo given by lead
ing business mon of tho Btate. The
first of theso lectures was last Mon
day by Mr. Claspltl. Ills very Instruc
tive talk was listened to Jntently
by club mombors ns well ns n num
ber of other students. It Is tho in
tention of tho club to Invito local
business men to attend these meet
ings. Tho commercial club will also
collect and malntnln nn Industrial
tnusoum nnd n library. The offi
cers of tho now orgnnttntlon nro
Loo Whltraore, president; Khodn
Pace, vlco president; Ernest Glnn
nottl, socretnry, Hoxel Urycc, treas
urer, and Zllpjia Earll, athletic man
ngcr. It Is expected that the club
will take n leading part In school
activities throughout tho year. Al
ready they have challenged nny
other school organisation for n bas
WE WANT THIS.
Manngcr Anderson Informs us
that ho Is negotiating with tho man
ager of "Tho Lion nnd tho Mouse"
fori ono night. Ho says thero Is
very llttlo chanco for such n com
pany having n dato open. No mat
ter, let them know wo nro on earth.
Wo may cntch them on tholr return.
You must romember, 'twns wind
that made Chicago. Keep blowing
We'll sell a fifty-foot
frontage business prop
erty, close in, and rent
;ing for fifty dollars per
month. Worth $5,000
of anybody's money.
Rent may be increased.
R. W. CROCKEn & CO.
.NOTICE CNITEU HTATIM LAND
Offlco. Salt Lake City. Utah, No
vember 14, I012.--To Whom It May ,
Concern' Notlco Is hereby given
Hint tho state of Utah has filed in
this offlco lists of lands, selected by
tlin said stnto under Sec. 0 of the
act or congress, approved July 10,
1894, as Indemnity school lands,
vlx. NEViSWU. Sec. 31, Twp, 16
South. Kango 8 Enst, Salt Luke
meridian, Serlnl 09972. Copies of
sntd lists, so far as they relato to
snld tracts by descriptive sub-dlvl-alms,
havo been conspicuously post
ed In this office for Inspection by
nny person Interested nud by tho
public generally. During tho period
of publication of this notlco, or any
tlmo thorcnflor, and before flnnl ap
proval and certification, umlor de
partmental roKulntlons of April 26,
1907, protests or contests agulnst
the claim of the state to any of tho
tracts or sub-dlvlslons hereinbefore
described, on tho ground that tho
aamu Is moro valuable for mineral
than for agricultural purposes, will
bo received and noted for report to
the general land office ut Washing
ton, I), C. Failure so to protest or
contest, within tho time specified,
will bo considered sufficient el
donco of tho non-mineral chnracter
of the tracts nnd the selections
thereof, bvlng otherwise free from
objection, will bo approved to the
stnto. E. I). K THOMPSON, Kegls
tor First pub, Nov 21, last Dec 19-12
Children 4fc aJjjC4'
Must Have Good Light for Studying
j??r !!ht !traI?s tho eves' fmd the injurious effects may
inst for life. An oil lnmp is best. Tho light from the Rayo
l-nrnp is soft and mellow. You can read or work under it
lor hours without hurting your oyes.
The RAYO la con.tructtd scientifically, It la the
The -s-fc P yud-7t inexponalva and economical.
My LamD. m,Jo of tMli nickel plated.
jCVCLVO uT V Lighted without removing chimney or
Jy hde- Katy to clean and rewlck. Mado In various
'" styles snd for all purposes.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
(An laditM Corporation)
.,. Mi." Ka-T8" J81WJ. - .-..1 - LMiif. .jy . . .,!
WE HAVE THEM I
y YOU WANT THEM
Shoes For the Faniill
Don't injure your health I
by getting your feet wet I
our shoes will keep I
them dry H
All Sizes, Best Quality On
Shoes for hard wear H
Heavy Boots. New line I
of Shoes just arrived.
Shoes that will stand the I
kicks of that live boy H
or girl of yours. . . B
Opposite Postoffice Price, m H
In Our Meat Department We Are Now hmm
Fresh Fish iSt.. I
; Mallard Ducks, Fresh Oysters and Li I
jj sters and all kinds of Fresh and Salt Mead I
The Very Best In Groceries, CanM
Goods, Teas and Coffees. fl
Carbon County Commission Compaij.H
J Main Ktrci-t, liist .f Itnnks, Price, Utnli. H
UTAH FUEL COMPANY
MINi:iW AM) HHII'I'KHH OP
CARBON COUNTY COALS
MANUFACTURERS OF COKE
OAIUION COU.NTV CX)AIi AHH THH I1UST
In Uu ninrkt-t for Horses nnd MuIm for .Minus, lUy ssd Cn
Mine I rops, Tics nnd 6prus and various oUicr local pfv
HOMK I.VDUBTIUI1S IATHONIZi:i).
Oonoral Offices Seventh Floor Judgo Iluildlng, Salt Ukt
Mines nt Clear Crcok, Wlntor Quarters, Castle Oslo "
Sunnyslde. Carbon County, Utah.
iCulbcrt U Olson, ftiumctt K. Olwa.
I'rrsldeiit. vlco Vrvt, ,nd Oen. )
N. H. Huiimount, Soc'y and Tri'ns.
Eastern Utah Realty Compaq
ISMfll Opiiortiinltlcs Offt-ml In litattni U,,
WIJ U,U.N',1"!i1'1' ItAKCIIKS AND I'AUM MSDS AM1
liAM) HIX'UIHTIIM, C1TV IXTH AND nUSIDiaC
NaVlftn T,t,C8 Abstracted. Kxatnlnod and VotUfti
to fll7on rnk Uono- ,nunco Written. Wrlto for UfB'
to uison & Soamount, Prlco,
JOHNSON BROS. 1
j; Carpentering and Mill Work of all
!; inds. Get our prices.
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