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lg ' . THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, -1913. W$.
I CUD WITH USA ID GBWEJUBBEir Arthur S, Hughes, a Montana Ranch Owner, Arrested in New York. I WOMAN ALSO INVOLVED Scheme to Collect Insurance Policy of $8000 Brought to Light. NEW YORK, Oct. 3. -Charged "with conspiracy, arson and the robbery of a grave, Arthur S. Hughes, a ranch owner of ForByth, Mont., was arrested here this afternoon at tho request of Sheriff Moboh of Rosebud county, Montana-Hughes is charged rith having en tered into a conspiracy -with his wife and a man named Elliott, both, of whom, the polico assert, are undor ar rest m Montana, to collect $8000 in surance on his life which, ho carried in the Montana life Insurance company. According to tho complaint, a man jiamod Craig was killed in Forsyth albout two and one-half months ago hr a railroad train. Hughes, it is al leged, took Craig's body from the grave whero it lay, carted it to his Some, placed, it in a bedchamber and thon set tho house on fire. Body Burned to Crisp. The body, burned to a crisp and un recognizable, was found in the embers, and Mrs. HughoB went into mourning for her husband. Hughes, the com plaint continues, disappeared. A few days later Mrs. Hughes mar ried Elliott and put in a claim for the 8000 insurance on Hughes's life. Sheriff Mosen believed that the body found in the ruins was not that of Hughes, 3nd soon afterwards arrested them both while he investigated the supposed death of Hughes. Mosen and the inBuranco officials learned that Hughes had como to New York and was in communication with, bis supposed widow. Thoy notified tho New York police and detectives were sent, out to find him. After searching for weeks they traced him to a cheap lodging house on tho East side, and found that he was working as a longshoreman. Today they ar rested him at the entrance to tho Brooklyn bridge. The Montana authorities invcsti- IV Soft Water J ff -Why not? I V, Hard water makes hard washing. I Makes the hands ( re' I Eats up the soap. SOPADE ) 1 SOFTENS l HARD WATER MakeB washing J easy. A Makes clothes clean. SOPADE gSgfc i SAVES 'l anMgn& For tale fj it all dealers k JAMES PYLE o & SONS EDGEWATER, N. J. k V) Mk of PEARL1NE j iL t$ A I How Others Have Done It You want to become wealthy; others are doing it; why can't you? Hj Can you profit by the ex- perience of others? Do you know that most fortunes -found their origin In savings accounts? Tako the safe, dependable course; open and maintain a savings account with the. Na tional Copper Bank. I NATIONAL COPPER BANK "Courtesy, Helpfulness, Strength" gated the doaflh of tho supposed Mughos, according to advices roceived at nolice headquarters hore, canned the body found in the ruinB to bo exhumed and measured it. Then they discovorcd the robbery of Craig's grave; and by tho measurements of the body learned that it was Craig's. Tho polico assert that Hughes admit ted his identity when arrested, and also admitted having -written to fliis wlf o. Ho said he -wanted to olear his -wife of any charges made against her in connection with his supposed death. "My troubles have boon all domes tic, " was tho only other statement that tho polico could get from him. Hughes was held without bail for examination tomorrow. AMUSEMENTS SAIT LAKE Cohan and Harris pro duction of "Stop Thief." Tonlg-ht. Matinee this afternoon. UTAH THEATER Willard Mack In his own play, "Scandal Alloy." To night. Matinee this afternoon. ORPHEUM Vaudeville. ' Perform ances every afternoon and evening. PANT AGES Vaudeville. Perform ance every afternoon and two per formances at night. EMPRESS Vaudeville. Performance every afternoon and two perform ances at night. The following theater notices re marked "edyertliiemnnt" In order to comply Yflth a it riot Interpretation of tha nttr fedoral nws papor law. Tn no lenao are they paid adrer tUomentn. They aro Item furnished by the pre agent! ot the various theater. Oliver Morosco, tho Lob Angeles pro ducer, whose production of "Peg: o' My Heart" In New York Is the success of ' two seasons, will send his hit of last season, "The Bird of Paradise," to the Salt "Lake theater next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The sale of seats Is now on at tho theater box office. In addition to the Hawaiian singers, dancers and mu sicians who appear, the stage effects In clude the volcano Pole In action. Tho Orpneum this week Is entertaining bumper houses and laughter is the order of the evening. From tho opening act of the clever French clay modelors to the closing mystifying Illusions of Ra meses in his Egyptian Temple of Mnglc, tho bill is one continual laugh. Commencing' tomorrow afternoon the new bill takes the boards with that distin guished actor. Edwards Davis, and his company as the headllner, presenting "The Kingdom of Destiny," an allegory In rhyino with sumptuous settings. The newest bathing suit creations of tho Parisian season are left In the dis tance and unalterably outclassed by tho suits Lottio Mayer and her flvo diving girls at tho PantageB wear this week in their sensational diving and swimming act. "You enn't dive and swim In skirts, you know," demurely smiles Miss Mayer when questioned about the costumes she and tho diving nymphs essay. The act Is a great feature of the new bill and is drawing some record houses to the Pan lages. Mons. G. Molasso, Mile. Kremscr and their supporting company of twelve pantomimic dancers in "L-a Somnam bulo" aro proving a genuine sensation as tho hendllncrs of a splendidly balanced bill at tho Empress theater this week. The name of Molasso is familiar to every theatergoer of this city and there has always been a curiosity of witnessing the work of Mons. Molasso himself. A woll drilled chorus forms a pleasant backing for the efforts of Mons. Molasso and Mile. Kromser. One of tho strongest western stories of tho season is announced for the Rox to day as tho headline feature of the bill that opens at that house this afternoon and which will be seen there for today only. "The Mystery of the Yellow Aster Mine" Is the title of the two-rcol oub ject and tho story is taken from the ac tual history of a famous western mine that for years baffled tho mining men of the country with its mystery. The tale is a thrilling series of sensational incidents. A. charming Iiubln drama of a. social butterfly's reformation, "On tho Thresh old," will be shown at the Mehesy today. The young husband prefers to spend his evenings at home with his wife and child, but Mrs. Carter thinks real happiness is only to be found in a whirl of society. The Solig comedians appear in two laughable sketches and an Edi son drama, "The Red Man's Burden," is also on today's bill. In addition, a special two-part feature, "The Trust," will be shown. SUNDAY MATINEES ARE ANNOUNCED AT UTAH Willard Mack and His Company Will Depart From Long-Established Eule at Popular Theater. The management of the Utah thea ter will depart from the rule with ref erence to Sunday matinees next week iby beginning the week 'a attraction with a special matinee Sunday, Octo ber 5. On that occasion the first per formance of Willard Mack's four-act drama, "Men of Steal," will be given, with Mr, Mack and Marjorie Bambeau in the leading roles, supported by an unusually strong company. It will be the first presentation on any utage of Mr. Mack's soul-stirring story of political chicanery and police graft, showing up boldly police methods ini tho employment of stool pigeons to carry out the behcstB of the big boss, Tho averago theatergoer can scarce ly Tcalizo the great amount of work Tcquirod to give a special matinee. In the first place tho company is playing " Scandal Alloy" this week and re hearsing for next week's bill, so with Thursday and Saturday matinees, as woll as night performances, it was necessary to keep tho company together for rehearsals not only every after noon but every night "after the per formance, and the players have worked until the wee sma' hours of tfho morn irrg. John Medland, tho scenic artist, and the stage hands, have also beon compelled to work overtime, and how the big crew engaged 4n the produc tion get any rest this week is a mys tery, but Mr. Mack declares that the seemingly impossible has been accom plished and that a finiehod perform ance of- his gripping play will be given Sunday aftoraoon. It -will bo tho first Sunday matinee ever given at the Utah theater. Foley Kidney Pills Succeed Because thoy are an honestly made medicine that relieves promptly tho suf fering duo to weak, inactive kidneys and painful bladder action. They offer a powerful help to nature in building up tho true excreting kidnoy tissue, in restoring normal action and relioviug bladder discomforts! Try them, i Schramm-Johnson, Drugs, "The Never Subatitutors," Five (5) Good Stores.' CAdTtsUictneat. , THESE TWO YOUNG WOMEN Tell How They Suffered and How Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Restored Their Health and Stopped all Pains. Zanesville, Ohio. "I would have cramping spells, distressed feeling in ipM back, headaches and iji 'Ellij j felt weak and was "illr ills$! verv irregular. Af ro Biii I ter taking five bot ! I St ties of Lydia E. i-ik- Jifiliiiil Pinkham's Vegeta iljll bl Compound with Wf FTif nr Liver Pills for con I I II stiPation 1 fclt well I III If a stron an navo l ' j I no more female ' ' 'troubles. I hope every suffering woman will give your medicine a trial. I give you permission to publish what your remedies have dono for rac."-Mrs. Roy SIMMS, R. No. 6, Box 34, Zanesville, Ohio. , What Ten Dollars Bid. Danville, Va. "I have only spent ten dollars on your medicine and I feel so IJjljjj than I liiBSil 8 dld whcn the doctor i'rfmTi was toting me. I fyitf p don,t Buffer any ill. 1. Hll'! kearing down paina i E'lS -o ySli at all now and I sleep lli!iifliill el' I cannot say WFffww$$ enough for Lydia E. i ' VS Pinkham's Vegeta v ill ble Compound and Y Q C Liver Pilla M ttey t I I l have done so much for me. I am enjoy ing good health now and owe it all to your remedies. I take pleasure in tell ing my friends and neighbors about them." Mrs. Mattib Haley, 501 Col quhone Street, Danville, Va, Crown Prince Doming Over. STOCKHOLM, Sweden, Oct. 3. Crown Prince Gustav Adolph of Sweden, It is announced. Intends to visit tho Panama Pacific exposition at San Francisco in 1015 and aftorward to mako a tour of the United States. The crown prince was married to Princess Margaret of Connaught In 1005. Missions in HANDS OF BHDS Chinese Government Appar ently Unable to Aid in the Work of Rescue. PEKIN, China, Oct. 3. No further nowa reached tho United States legation here today concerning tho situation at Tsao Ynng, where an American child waa killed yesterday and other foreigners were reported to have heon subjected to mal treatment by Chinese brigands. Tlie legation does not yet know tho amount of ransom demanded by the briganda for the release of tho American and Norwegian missionaries In their hands, or details of tjie plan of tho mis sionaries at Fancheng and Siang Tang Fu, in the province of Hupeh, to rescue tho captives. A telegram was Bent from Uhj legation to tho missionaries at Fancheng today" asking for details, but without reply. At Fancheng and S-lang Yang Fu there uro more than twenty Americans. Tho Rev C. Btokstad and the Rev. Mr. John son seem to be undertaking the danger 'ous task of communicating with the brigands. Tholr method is to approach Tsao Yang and to communicate with the robbers through natives, not venturing personally into the hands of tho out laws. Advices from Hankow say it la be lieved the brigands at Tsao Yang num ber 2000. Edward T. Williams, the American charge d'affaires at Pekin, was Informed by the Chinese foreign office today that the governmont had instructed tho au thorities at Siang Yang Fu to co-oporato with the missionaries in obtaining tho rcleaso of the foreigners before attacking the 'brigands. The government Is without news of tho situation in Hupeh, except that troops have been dispatched against tho outlaws. KANSAS UNIVERSITY PROHIBITS TANGO LAWRENCE, Kan., Oct. 3. Tho lango and other objectionable dances are prohibited in the University of Kansas in an ordor issued today by tho board of administration of the in stitution. Tho order is a result of the recent agitation over tho latest forms of dancing, which resulted in two uni versity students being suspended from tho Bchool after they had sent out a newspaper story of the organization of a "tango club" by university sorori ties ana fratornities. Vim, vigor, vitality, virility in a word, strength is the net : result of regularly drinking a good mineral water. Standing alone in its class, the high regard in which WHITE ROCK WATER is held by the doctors of today is attested by its enormous sale, j Albert Bronson, Efficiency Expert "A man feels most at ease in Crcssetta," said Mr. Bronson. He works better. He keeps his temper better. He does a huskier day's work." Tbc first time your feet meet a pair of Crossetts you'll think the same. This is model No. 75, CROSSEJT I $4 JO to $6.00 everywhere Lc-rria A. Crossett. Inc., Mabtrz I North Abinston. Mui. I There's a special Crossett last I for people with arch troubles, j Ask our agonta about it. Sole Agents, 120 SOUTH MAIN. I Overstocked 2x6x8, 12 to 16 ft. No. 1 Com. Flr.$21.00 2x4, 12 to 16 ft. No. 1 Com. Fir.. 22.00 No. 1 Cedar Shingles 3.00 No. 2 Cedar Shingles. 2.00 No. 1 Cedar Lath 4.60 No. 1 Pine Lath 3.60 1x4 Common Pine Flooring 21.00 1x4 No. 2 V. Q. Flooring 37.50 1x4 No. 3 V. G. Flooring 29.00 Bargalna In all departments. Nowest and best stock In city. Salt Lake Lumber Go. GEORGE E. ROMNEY, Managor. Phone Wasatch 501. 460 South Sixth West Street. Terms, Cash. Drayage Extra. Tribune Wants are not only a sellinc power, but a medium of exchange, of the return of lost articles, of locating tho right people. mgggL WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD WBaBmmaaeJL Druehl & Franken f j The Busy C(?rner"Pen a" nisht; fl,sothe 0ld stand 271 S-Main jl i I FINE CANDIES Nowhere in Salt Lake City will you find as great and as splendid an as- IS sortment of High Grade Candies as in our stores. The fact that all of the manufacturers of the 1 most famous candies in America have appointed us their agents proves conclusively that we I have the largest candy business in the city. e are agents for the following candies: Liggctts, 1 Park & Tilfords, Mary Garden Chocolates, Cranes, Guths, Orange Blossom, Maillards, Morses; I while at tho same time we carry a complete stock of the popular Salt Lake Candies. 1 Lower Prices for Saturday and Monday 50c Horlick's Malted Milk..35c 10c Physicians' and Sur- TE-ffio'Th fSwSkAtSk i $1.00 Horlick's Malted geons' Soap 4 for 25c gl &U? g Milk 67c 40c Jergen's Soap Assort- T irUU'SJve I $3.75 Horlick's Malted ment (9 cakes). 27c JUlUUUT I Milk $2.70 25c Eskay's Food 17c 50c Old Crow, Bonded.. 40c I 20c Eagle Condensed Milk.l4c 50c Eskay's Food . . ,34c $1.00 Old Crow, Bonded 70c I in QQ MUr 9 fnv IKp 75(5 Eskays Food 53c $1-60 Old Crow, Bonded $1.15 B lOcSegoMilk .... 2forl5c p)od $176 0la Boaded 3 1 $1.00 Ayer's Hair Vigor. ..67c 25c stedman's Teething Quarts, Our Bottling $i.i0 1 m 25c Sanitol Tooth Paste. .15c Powders 14c (s years old.) Uj I 25c Sanitol Tooth Powder. 15c 50c Caldwell's Syrup of .,50 Gughenheimer Bye $1.00 I 1 25c Kolynos Tooth Paste.. 14c Pepsin 27c (Bonded.) i 25c Tooth Brushes 19c $1.00 S. S. S 59c ' 1 I 50c Canthrox 83c $1.75 S. S. S $1.23 .ino' 25(5 1 1 25c Swans Down Face 35c Jaynes Vermifuge .24c v ! " 95c 1 I Powder 11c 25c Carter's Pills 12c ft 1 50c Jaya Rice Face Pow- V4. lb. Peroxide of Hydro- ra" 7 38c 1 I defto. 22c gen 6c I I 50c La Blache Face Pow- V2 lb. Peroxide of Hydro- Hql , n AF 1 1 der 34c gen lie Alotreet LarvlU a I 1 50c Sempre Giovine 29c 1 lb. Peroxide of Hydro- II Tfrjrpf-o ZjfcM 1 15c Pear's Unscented Soap 11c gen 19c v C S "VI jWe Sharpen Safety Razor Blades! Single "Edge Blades .25c doz. Double Edge Blades 3oc do?.. (Selling Out If Entire stock of women's tailored suits, coats and fursjSwu They must go quick, Charlton's must have room to showBr the exclusive gowns, dresses and evening wraps their futuxKiflll I time will be devoted to. Saturday, the third day, offeriSL IN the most attractive bargains in the city, but be here earlyjK) Jl $17.50 szst, w SUITS OR II coats ,jir W Splendid solution, of the latost iBrax CB' a0Qu raP skirts, B yES 1 " $22450 JHl K 1 TO $37 JIMfl H 1 SUITS ORHHgUL W I' COATS HHMkK A snappy Une of the best ma- WlPm)Bto friction' to the iS II wWmSMB fr31 iSto7Jyiw, the I U mWm'l B $37 TO $47 WP SUITS OR Wt COATS ' W An elegant selection of all the latest TjlitBfr?lS colors and offectB in, serges, mix- Wiiifflifllm w1?- frures, "whipcords, and' other popular P Hjf skirts. They "will never $15 'immw m 1 e had again at 4iiell( BALANCE OF STOCKi Comprising a grand assortment of strictly high grade hand taore4jj suits and coats, made of the hest imported and domestic "woolens, inaf tlio smartest winter styles, A wide range of colors and sizes, BogUMi. lar values, $45 to $70, going at one-third off or more. JBtfS Waists and Neckwear w H BROKEN LINES AT SACRIFICE PRICES W Js I 321 SOTTH MA8W. Opposite WaHJp wanted! I $3 For 8 Hours 1 I Apply mj P. J. Moran's Barn 1 J 850 South 2d Westn 1 SATURDAY SPECIALSp I 17 LBS SUGAR ifiS I Our own brand Creamery Butter, 2 pounds for I Strictly fresh Eggs, 2 doz. for 2Stt I 4 tine Brooms, regular 50c values for. . Ej I Ball Mason Fruit Jars, qts., 65c. Half gallon, doz... ; "fft All our goods guaranteed. Phone in your order to Was35Ja. m'Os I People's Department S'torfe I 42-48 WEST FIRST SOimLMaaMJgty REST AMD HEALTH TO MOTHER AMD CHILD. Mrs.WinglowS Soothino Syrct lins been used for over SIXTY YEARS by MILLIONS of MOTHERS for their ClIILDlUiN WIIILK TEItTHING. vrlth PERFECT SUCCESS. 11 SOOTHES tile CHILU. SOFTENS the CUMS, ALLAYS nil PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC. am Is the best remedy for UIARRHCEA. It Is ab solutely harmleuB. Dc mite and oslc for " Mrs. ftViaiWs Boothlng Syrup," and Uka ho other Tdnd. Trvcnty-flvr cents a bottle. ' C?tU5 72 r to ?o Dla a on d U rn lAK 9