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CLEANERS AND DYERS IN THE CITY That meant if you end us your garment to be cleaned that we are in a position to give your work our best at tention, and you will have the satisfaction that same is done and inspected by experts in that line. Call up 987 for our auto delivery car. i WE CLEAN EVERYTHING MAIL ORDERS ARE GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION MA BELLE CLEANING AND DYE WORKS (Incorporated) Phone 987. Office 350 Twenty-fifth St. (THOUSANDS SEEK FAIR CONCESSIONS San Francisco, Oct. 24 Up to and Inclusive of August 31, 1013 the cash receipts of th Panama-Pacific Inter national Exposition company amount ed to more than $6,000,000. The ex penees to that dale amounted to less than $5,000,000 and Investment expen dlturcs to J4fi7.R8l.16, leaving a cash balance on hand of $1,279,264.64 Th actual present available assets of the exposition company aggregate $11. 978,811.50 It will require about $12, 000.000 more to complete the work, and the actual net assets amount te. jj rhis, without considering the sums to J be delivered from concessionaries lr terest on money in bank and receipt from diver pr-cx position operations The state of New York has appro priated $700,000 for its building at th exposition More than 6000 applications have been received for amusement and oth er concessions at the exposition. One II tal expenditure of about $7,000,000 More than 7000 people will be em I ployed In the concessions district and the total amount to he invested In amusements In 1915 will probably ag gregate $12,000,000. Among the most f Important concessions will be "Tha I 5 Grand Canyon of the Colorado." a ti working model of the Panama canal, 1 C naval sub-marines In operation; "Cre- ji ation," based on the first chapter of Genesis; "Toyland;" a reproduction Of the famous city of Nuremburg. Ger " many; "Fire and Sword," or the fall 3 of Adrianople; an ice palace; "Forty- 1 NJners' Camp," "Mobammed'B Moun- tain," a Chinese City, and others. Ih SUFFICIENT CAR8 TO SHIP POTATOES ' J Idaho Falls. Idaho. Oct. 23. J. U- 5 McPberson, general superintendent of thfl North Pacific Fruit Distributors company of Spokane, Wash.. who 9 makes his headquarters at Pocatello. and whose operations cover the en- d tiro state of Idaho with respect to the apple and potato business, said Ih 1 s CURE THAT ! COUGH T J Mentholated White Pine Cough Syrup. Absolutely guaranteed 25c and 50c j the bottle, "c BRIDE I Drug Co. I Prescription Specialist!. 2463 Wash. Avs. j v phons 38. 1 ' I Miss H. M. Simister TEACHER OF VIOLIN. 2239 Van Burtn Avenue. y 23rd street car lln. Phone Residence 1069. ! OGDEN, UTAH. I today, In the course of a brief visit here, that the car shortage which has been a source of much worry recent ly to potato fhlppers in this locality i will probably end shortly. He as cribes the shortage to thp fact that the Harriman system, of which the Oregon Short Line is a unit, received ; orders to send 12,000 refrigerator 1 care to California for the coming or ange crop, but George Wall. Pocatello agent of the Pacific Fruit Express. ! probably the best posted man on that ' question in southern Idaho, told Mc pherson last night that this lare order had about been filled and that a supply of cars for the potato crop would shortly be forthcoming. McPherson has been state horti culturist of Idaho for the past thre years until two months ago, when he resigned to take his present position. While in office, he made an enviable record for a spirit of progression, and an Instance of this is shown by his statement this morning that he has arranped for an exhibit of Idaho potatoes at the next national apple show held at Spokane during the week of November 17-22, which will be the first time any other product besides apples has ben shown there. oo RADIUM TREATMENT WILL BE GIVEN FREE Philadelphia, Oct. 23 Dr. Charles' L. Parsons, chief of the bureau of the j division of mineral technology of the United States bureau of mines, at the convention of the American Minim; i congress today, announced tho es tablishment In the near future of two free radium clinics where cancer and kindred diseases which have shown Improvement under radium treatment will be treated absolutely free One of the radium-cure clinics will be opened at the Memorial hospital In New York City and the other in the hospital of Dr Howard A Kelly, the noted gynecologist of Johns Hop kins university. Baltimore. In making the announcement. Dr. Parsons said the government was In debted to several men who had guar anteed the money through which twenty-seven mining claims produc ing radlum-bearlng ore in Colorado had been acquired. The men who have guaranteed the money, without hope of any but scl- euunc rewara, as announced by Dr. Parsons. are Dr James Douglas, president of the Phelps-Dodge com pany of New York City, dean of the mining engineering profession; Dr., Howard A. Kelly of Baltimore, Arch ibald Douglas of New York and E. J. Maloney of Wilmington, Del. To guarantee the success of the venture. Dr. Parsons announced the Incorporation of the national radium Institute for the purpose of working the mineral deposits on the claims; that the entire proposition will be under the supervision of the bureau of mines, that none of the radium extracted will be for sale; that ev ery milligram of the precious metal will be used In the cause of human ity, and that a new method of ex tracting the radium has been devised, and this will reduce the cost mate rially The congress tonight elected these officers President Carl Scholz. Chicago First vice president Hennen Jen nings, Washington, D. C. Second vice president M S. Kem merer, New York. Thlhrd vice president Harry L. Day, Wallace. Idaho. Secretary James F Calibrcath, Denver. uu WILL GIVE SILVER TEA. Pocatello, Ida., Oct 23. The Cath olic ladies will hold a silver tea next Friday afternoon at Eagles' hall The ladies who will preside over the ta bles are: Mesdames Hall, Stenton, Mc Donald, Jarboe, O'Malley. McCab", Jost, Ford, Lloyd. Rlckard, Stevenson and Caravells. Mrs. George F Gasser entertained yesterday afternoon and today at lun cheon at her home on Garfield street The house was prettily decorated with roses and chrysanthemums. About .'5J guests were present I I OGDEN SHOE REPAIRING FACTORY I . Ladles Sewed Soles 50c 3 1 Rubber Heels (any kind) . 35c "jfrv Xtr time fr "he repalr,n9 from I (SEV 1 QLES 65P am kinds i om wmi I ' - - 3: - 323 24th Street. II BAGS 1 of every description Oat, Barley and Wheat, B new and second hand. Get prices. THOS. FARR & CO. I 2270 Wash. Ave. I Why Pay 25 Per Cent HH each month for a little Credit Accommodation. Try our ! HHl Cash plan. INDEPENDENT MEAT CO. Bfl Phone 23. , 2420 Wash. HOERTA causes MORE ARRESTS Diaz Takes Refuge in the U. S. Consulate at Vera Cruz. PERSONAL STAFF HELD American Ship Held in Har bor by Guns of Mexican Warship. I Mexico City, Oct 2.1 The entire personal staff of President Huerta - was arrested this evening, Including t the chief of staff. Colonel Corral. . i formerly private secretary of Huerta At the game time It was announced f that orders had been Issued for the . arrest of General Felix Diaz at Vert l Cruz owing to the discovery of com 5 promising documents which Indicate I the existence of a military conspiracy - to start a new uprising in the event . of the defeat of Diaz at the polls. t DIAZ WILL BE ARRESTED t IF HE QUITE CONSULATE Vera Cruz, Oct 23. General Felix ! Diaz departed from his residence at i 10 oclock tonight, under the protec i tlon of President Wilson's personal representath e. John Llnd. the Amer ican consul, W. W. Canada, and his secretary, and American residents 1 and Mexican friends. He has taken refuge In the American consulate. The military authorities have been I informed that a special train has been j made ready for General Diaz and have Issued order to the federal sol diers to surround the block In which the consulate Is situated Diaz, it Is stated, will be arrested if he leave" the consulate. The steamship Morro Castle of the Ward line Is detained In Vera Cruz j harbor with the guns of the Mexi can gunboat Zaragoza trained on her bow. On board are Mrs John Llnd, wife of President Wilson's special envoy I to Mexico, many other American pas. I sengers and mall for the United I States. I Captain Huff, the vessel's eom i mander, has been cited to appear to morrow before a local Judge to an swer a criminal charge. The captain's testimony Ig desired in an investigation of the flight from the country of Dr. Francisco Vas qez Gomez on board the Morro Castle some months ago. The captain at first considered putting to sea on the I American consul's clearance, but la ter he decided to wait until morning. As if to prevent the Morro Castle from leaving, a Mexican gunboat lay close to the steamer tonight. Mr Llnd has sent a vigorous cable gram of protest to Secretary Bryan i and to the minister of foreign affairs. Eight of the thirteen members of the state legislature boarded the Morro Castle today and expected to sail for Havana tonight. As the men ; went up the gangplank one of them I turned and said that he and his col leagues feared for their lives In the light of recent developments, as none of the men were ardent supporters of the Huerta administration The civilians who were arrested In connection with the return of Diaz I have all ben released. oo i May Help You if Lungs Are Affected Proper diet, fresh air and temperate habits are beneficial to persons suf fering from Lung Trouble; but In a great many Instances reports show' that the addition of a medicine for this affection has materially helped In bringing about recovery' For more than fifteen years Eckman's Altera tive, a medicine for Throat and Lung Troubles, has accomplished good re sults Read what It did In this case: Madison Lake. Minn. 'Gentlemen In December. 190S. March, 1909. and September, 1909, I was taken with hemorrhages of the lungs which confined me several weeks, each time to my bed. My doc tor advised me to go West. In No vember I started for Denver, Colo After my arrival I met Michael Brody. who. upon learning of my condition, urged me to take Eckman's Altera tive. I kept on taking the medicine and improved fast In March, 1910, I returned home I am entirely well, hae a good appetite and sleep well. When I left Denver my weight was 130 pounds I now weigh 1G5, my nor mal weight I thank God and your Alterative for my health." (Affidavit) PAUL L. FASXACHT (Above abbreviated, more on re quest) Eckman's Alterative has been prov en by man years' test to be most ef ficacious for severe Throat and Lung Affections, Bronchitis. Bronchial Asthma, Stubborn Colds and In up building the system Contains no nar cotics, poisons or habit-forming drugs. Sold by leading druggists Write the Eckman Laboratory, Philadelphia, Pa, for booklet telling of recoveries and additional evidence. oo MAYOR IN AUTO COLLISION, Pocatello, Ida., Oct. 23 Mayor The odore Turner narrowly escaped a serious accident today when his car was run into by one belonging to Bar ney McGarvoy. The mayor's car was a light runabout and was carried sev eral feet by the heavy car, as the accident occurred on rounding a cor ner on Main and Center streets Con siderable damage was done the may or's car, but he himself escaped with a severe shaking up and minor scrat ches. COLLEGE VIEW IS VINDICATED The recent decision of the Acting Secretary of the Interior, Andrlus A. Jones that "tilling of the land or other appropriate treatment for the purpose of conserving the moisture with a view of making a profitable crop the succeeding year, will be deemed cultivation within the terms of the Smoot Act where that manner of cultivation Is necessary or gener ally followed In the locality," brings I TUNA FISH Looks like chicken tastes like chicken. Try this I I recipe: TUNA SALAD One can TUNA shredded, sea soned with salt, pepper, juice of half a lemon, little celery chopped fine, salad dressing and paprika. Serve on lettuce leaves. y2-b. cans 17i2C Mb. cans 30c 338 25th st. HARRIS GROCERY CO. Phone. 2215-2216 to mind that the Agricultural college has been making the contention for Just such concession for years. As I soon as the act was passed In 1909, President Wldtsoe began to advocate j by pen and in speeches, the doctrine j that the summer fallow practice of dry farmers ought to be interpreted as cultivation, exacted by the law, and that homesteaders did not re linquish tho title to their holdings by not raising a crop every' year He argued that successful methods of dry farming Involved the raising of crop only every second year, that the field must he tilled during the entire summer with the end In vlow Of conservlnK sufficient moisture In the soli to produce a crop the follow, ing year. Heretofore, however, the department of the interior did not ac cept that view, but held that land ac quired under the act was forfeited by holders that did not raise a crop ev ery' year The ruling of the present administration that summer tillage for conservation of moisture on dry farms fills all tho requirements of the Smoot law is not onij a great victory for homesteaders whose hold ings had been declared forfeited and B great blessing to this part of the I country, but a signal victory' for the Utah Agricultural college and what It stands for oo GRANTS VENUc CHANGE. Provo, Oct. 23. The case of ttat state against Frederick S. Dart wai dismissed In the Fourth district court today and remanded to Justice's court with an order to grant a request for change of venue. This action was taken by the Judge upon motion by the attorney for Dart. The attorney In making the motion asserted that the Justice of the peace who found Dart guilty and fined him $150 act ed illeKally by refusing to grant a change of venue. Similar action was taken In two other cases, against Uriah Stewart and A H. Engberg District Attorney I. H. MacDonald announced that he would probably apply to the supreme court for a writ of mandate directing Judge Marshall to proceed with the trial of the three cases. rn AUTO RUNS DOWN YOUTH. Pocatello, Ida.. Oct 23 William Walker, a carrier boy for the Poca tello Tribune, was run over by an automobile belonging to H. H Whit tlesey a druggist, last evening, an was painfully Injured He suffered a broken shoulder blade and a great number of bruises. The accident occurred on the viaduct and the vie tlm watching an auto coming In from of him did not see the one coming Irom the rear The driver of the car did not see the boy until after he was hit. SULZER OPENS H!SCAMPAIGN New York, Oct. 23. Former Govern j or Sulzer today directed the organiza tion of the campaign committee and ' the selection of speakers to aid him in his fight for election to the assem bly from the Sixth Manhattan district Analyzing the events subsequent to his impeachment as governor. Sulzer in an open air speech tonight to vo ters In the Sixth district, said "The appeal to the high court of public opinion from the packed court of Impeachment Is resulting In an overwhelming reversal of the Mur phy verdict." Sulzer said he had read that Charles F. Murphy "now bitterly resents his failure to order the high court of Impeachment to disable me from hold Ing public office " Still Able to Fight. "The chief had grown so used to getting a.va with his Jobs that he never dreamed that he would be balk ed when he threw me out of the gov ernorship He Is mortified to learn that while he had me lynched like a horse thlet and the mob left me for dead, there Is still breath enough in my body to fight corrupt bosslsm "Mr. Murphy now is talking about having me Indicted on the evidence which President Justice Cullen refus ed to consider They do not dare sub mit my case before a fair Jurv. If I could get a chance like that I would hall It with delight. ' Sulzer attended a theatre tonight, before his automobile speech-making and was recognized as he sat In a box beside Mrs. Sulzer. The audi ence cried for a speech At the end of the first act, after the curtain had descended, it went up suddenly EPILEPTIC FITS Stop when the weak nerves that cause the spells are strength en ed and kept in good condition by the use of Dr. Gnertin's Nerve Syrap It helps with the first Dose Safe, sure and guaranteed to give satisfaction- Your dollar back if first bottle fails in any case of Epilepsy or St Vitus Dance, no matter how bad. It is the Sunshine for Epileptics. A valuable remedy for Dizziness and Insomnia i Large bottle, SI OO; 6 bottles, $0,00 Sold by MISCH DRUG CO. Cor. 25th ami Wash. Write tlie makers. Kelmne Chemical Co., Kalmua Building. ClnclnnatL O.. for their valuable illustrated mjdJ I cook, rnrr "EfiLEPJT explahei- fflt J- whloh It tent frse Is ytu and the entire company faced the. for mer governor and applauded him Sul zer made a brief speech, attacking Charles F Murphy. He received an other demonstration In front of the rhatre as he was leaving. Crowd at Hotel. During the da his quarters at the Broadway Central hotel were crowd ed with visitors Scores simply de manded the "privilege" of shaking bis hand Others volunteered their ser vices n the campaign Mrs. Sulzer, In a newspaper state ment, announced that she had di rected her attorney to begin libel proceedings against a New York newspaper which charged that she returned a rug purchased for the ex ecutive mansion and got the price for It. She said further: "It Is bad enough for Mr. Murphy and his hirelings to traduce and vll llfy my husband, but I though that Mr. Murphy was too much of a man to make war on a woman. He and his agents have stooped very low to put In circulation this baseless story." In an interview printed today Mrs Sulzr told of many letters sent to Albany threatening the life of her husband. She said she destroyed these letters before they reached the governor to save him from alarm Among those who have volunteered to stumD for Sulzer are Dr Charles H. Parkhurst, Rev Madison C. Peters Samuel Bell Thomas, Harold A. Con tent, Dr John F Carson, J. R. Abar banell. Dr. W. O. McDowell. Jay W. Forrest, Srephen S. Blake. Charles F Murphy continued today his policy of silence regarding the Sulzer and Hennessey charges re- i gardlng contributions made to him i by judges In return for nominations I Wben asked about Hennessey's charge that he had seen a note for , $35,000 given this year by a supreme i I court Justice. Murphy said: "If Hennessey knows who gave that note and who got It, he has the right to tell the light and duty to tell Why doesn't he?" "How about Sulzer's statement that after he refused a $25,000 contribu j tlon from the late Anthony Brady It reached Tammany hall? "I will not answer Sulzer on that point now." snapped Murphy, "but I will answer all of that later, when I get to IL" To an Inquiry as to whether there was any truth In the report that he contemplated relinquishing the Tam manv leadership ar,d taking a rest, Murphy replied: "I le no Intention at all of re tiring. I am not tired I deep very well and I eat very' well." Edward E McCali's only reply to day to questions regaling the charges made against him by Sul zer and Hennesse was: "It is useless for you to ask me any questions on ai.y of these mat ters I shall answer none. I will not I listen to or answer questions of this ; nature until I am ready ta answer j them in my own time and in my own way." oo- HELD FOR DISTRICT COURT. Pocatello, Ida., Oct 23. Walter Mitchell. Al Stewart and Will Harris of Bancroft, who were arrested for violating the local option law by dis pensing cider containing about 20 per cent alcohol, were given a hearing be fore Judge Noyes this morning and were helil to answer to the district court Two of the men were given JS00 bond, and Harris $500. EASY TO DARKEN ! YOUR GRAY HAIR You cam Bring Back Color and Lustre with Sage Tea and Sulphur. When you darken your hair with Sage Tea and Sulphur, no one can tell, because It's done so naturally, so evenly. Preparing this mixture, though, at home is mussy and trouble some. For 50 cents you can buy at any drug store the ready to-use tonic called ' Wyeth s Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy." You Just dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time By morning all gray hair disappears, and, after another application or two, your hair becomes beautifully darkened, glossy and luxuriant You will also discover dandruff Is gone and hair has stopped falling. Gray, faded hair, though no dis grace, is a sign of old age, and as we all desire a youthful and attractive appearance, get busy at once with Wyeth s Sage and Sulphur and look years ounger Agents, A. R. Mcln-tyr. CONTRACTS WITH RAILROADS END Brotherhoods Ask for More Pay and New Agreements on Ninety Roads. MAY ARBITRATE CASE Enginemen of West Desire to Maintain Higher Wage Scale and Overtime. Chicago. Oct. 23 Forty thousand engine drivers and firemen, on nine ty western railways, have asked their respective companies for Increases In wages aggregating $50,000,000 a year In addition, engineers and fire men ask that the railroads cease to recognize the Brotherhood of Loco motive Engineers and tho Brother hood of Locomotive Firemen as sep- I arate organizations and deal with j them as one union. Each of the brotherhoods named, through their I chiefs, W. S. Stone, for the engineers and W S. Carter, for the firemen, has given notice by letter of their desire to end the present contracts November 10. Managers of the ninety railroads ad dressed have. answered that an abrogation of these contracts Is agreeable to them, as they have some new matter they desire In new con tracts. From this it Is lnfcrred that the railway Interests will contest any advance In pay and put their case to the public, through arbitration. Contracts End November 10. Under this exchange of letters the contracts of the two big brotherhoods and tho railroads will terminate No vember 10. After that they will work without agreements until a new deal Is made. Conferences will probably begin in Chicago shortly after. The railroads will deal through the Gen eral Managers association and the en gineers and firemen through Messrs. Stone and Carter, with grievance committees of different territories. The request for higher pay comes as a result of the increase given en ginemen on tho eastern lines. The roads west of Chicago and east of the Rocky Mountain territory have j always paid their employes higher than the eastern group, and the en ginemen of the western lines desire to maintain this higher scale. The roads In the mountain district pay a scale higher than the roads between Chicago and St. Louis and the moun tains. Passenger engineers on western roads now receive from 54 15 to $5 60 per 100 miles, and passenger engine firemen $2 40 to $4 per 100 miles Freight engineers receive $4 80 to $6 40 per 100 miles, and freight fire men from $2.95 to $4.25 per 100 miles Passenger, engineers and firemen make a greater mileage and there- j fore are paid higher. One hundred , miles Is considered an average day tor freicht enclnemen In addition, enginemen are allowed ten miles' pay for every hour of over time The demands are for an Increase In wages of firemen and engineers of from 25 cents to $1 for every 100 miles run and time and one-half for overtime that Is they desire to be credited with a fifteen-mile run for every hour overtime nn WHAT IT WAS. The small boy was the first to an swer the telephone The person on the other end of the wire was a friend of his mother, and the following con versation ensued: "Is this Mrs Blank's residence?" 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