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IjresQnfafive Bell of Latah
lonnfy. Idaho, Victim of
Bonner Man's Wrath.
islature of the Gem State to
ind Up Its Business and
al to The Tribune.
tSB. Id a., March 6. After his flghT
Senator Day in the senate chamber
Light, Senator Pace of Bonner couh
rang from in automobile nearthe
r of the Owyhee hotel and .struck
tsentative Boll a blow in th face,
; him to the pavement. Bell Is
Latah county, where the state uni
ISSjersIty is located, over which yi'ppropria.
jp Ion arose the trouble with Day. who is
tyf Ibo from the same county. Bell Is also
jS fialrman of the committeeof the house
fm n. appropriations.
ln the senate this morninjr Day arose
Cj p a question of personal privilege, and
i3 ffored hie apology to he body for par
15? Iclpatlon In the unfortunate"Jaffair of
JiBt night. Page made no explanation of
fAll day the senate and house wrangled
JP ack and forth over the appropriation
J III which has just been agreed upon,
'"ng bill came from the house, carrying
Propriations aggregating about two
Ion five hundred thousand dollars,
sennte endeavored to lower it, and
succeed in the sum of about fifty
Pftousand dollar. One of the principal
y olnts of difference was whether tho
JT irge agricultural appropriation should
2" ttach entirely, to the Moscow institution
,2 fj to the extension of irrigation oxperi
't Tental work in the arid portion of tho
A ate. This arrayed the north against
? ie south, with the result that the cx
W insionlsts won. The appropriation for
Mil lis work was fixed at fifty thousand
jfiThe senate today passed a house bill
requiring railway companies to list for
Assessment refrigerator, express and fur
SWttirc cars and tank cars, which have
ij'Berctofore escaped assessment,
ijlnator Pugmlre of Bear Lake inlro
ftjucpd a caustic resolution, which the
ftnate passed unanimously, excusing the
tSbbyfsts who were being paid by stato
Sfnds In the educational institutions of
9ie slate, from further attendance on
iTfie session, and bidding them to return
3Jb their duties.
3It is now expected that the session will
Jpid at noon tomorrow.
Special -to The Tribune.
gPROVO. .March n. 11 Is reported that
fierc arc fight cases of scarlet lever in
rovo, all brought, on by exposure at a
"ublic funeral of a person who died with
lie disease R. C. Hughes, clly quar
ntlne physlslan. has ordered all tho
Bscs so far reported under quarantine,
titl Jm believes he has the epidemic
checked and that there will bo no fur-
I Will Not Qualify,
Jfaeclal to Tho Tribune.
'nfjLOGAX, Marcli 5. County Road Com
missloner John Holm notified tho board
nf commissioners Saturday that he will
Mot qualify, as ihere is no prospect of
fylB -services being required soon.
lis Clogged up
That's Why You're Tired Oal of
MfSorts Have No ApP-AjfJStefej;
i2fioiE4js, In (ligation, ssd Sick HrrTcgSc
K ft SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE
fl Genuine Bui-ben Signature
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to 70:30 a. m.; fl p. m. to 8 p. m,
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AT lEfiL BEST
Many Attend the Funeral of
Mrs. Olive Cannon
Spociato The Tribune.
OGDEN, March 5. With a host of rela
tives' and friends gathered around the
bio to pay a last tribute of respect to
th memory of one of the gentlest young
women, beautiful funeral services were
,ield at the First Presbyterian church at
3 o'clock this afternoon over tho body
of Mrs. Olive Cannon Kimball, daughter
of former United States Senator Frank J.
The church was crowded to the doors
by the friends of the young woman when
the Impressive services opened with
"Rock of Ages," sung by Mrs. William
Dean Allison. The Rev. J. E. Carver of
the Presbyterian church offered prayer,
which was followed by the following
musical numbers: "Rest Thee. Sad
Heart." by Charles Pike of Salt Lake
City: "My Heavenly Father." duet, by
Miss Myrtle Balllnger and George Doug
lass, assisted by a male chorus under tlie
leadership of Professor Joseph Ballan
tyne: "bmll God's Day," and "When
the Swallows Homeward Fly," duets, by
Mrs. Allison and Mr. Pike.
The services were In charge of the
Rev. J. E. Carver of the First Presby
terian church, and Israel Canfleld Brown
and Joseph .1. Cannon, relatives of Mrs.
Kimball. As members of the Immediate
family. Mr. Brown and Mr. Cannon spoke
of tho many sterling qualities of the
young woman who has passed to eternal
A number of relatives and friends from
Salt Lake and other cities outside of
Ogden attended the services. Including
the bereaved husband, Paul Kimball of
Salt Lake; her father, former United
States Senator Frank J. Cannon of Den
ver; her grandmother. Mrs. Sarah Jennie
Cannon, and sister, Mrs. Alonzo E. Hvde
of Salt Lake City.
The body was laid in its last resting
place In the fa'mlly plot at the City ceme
tery immediately following the services
at the church. j
TO BUILD ON BIG CONDUIT.
Large Force of Men to Be Put to Work
In Coldwater Canyon.
Special lo The Tribune.
OGDEN'. March 5. With a large force
of men. work will begin in earnest on
tho conduit In Cold Water canvon Mon
day morning. The contract "has been
awarded to the J. P. O'Neill Construc
tion company and arrangements for be
ginning work early tomorrow morning
wore completed today. The construction
company has established a camp In Oc:
den canyon, where several hundred men :
will be employed. The rontrnct with the
city provides for the completion of the
conduit within 150 days. The construc
tion of tho big waterway will necessitate
tho drilling of thrH- tunnels txO feet in
tho solid rock of the mountain side for
the pipe line. Two miles of the conduit
will be constructed of 22-inch steel tuhlne
and three-fourths of a mile will be built
of ..0-luch reinforced wood pipe.
When completed the conduit will con
vey water owned by Ocdcn City In Cold
Water canyon to the now city reservoir,
thereby greatly Increasing the city's water
supply and improving the system to such
an extent as to permit of a considerable
decrease In provailing fire insurance
LOVETT DUE SATURDAY.
General Cleanup Is Ordered at Junction
City In Anticipation of Arrival.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. March 5. In anticipation of
the visit In Ogden next Saturday of Pres
ident R. S. I.ovett and Vice President and
Director of Maintenance, and Operation
Julius K. Kruttschuitt of the liarriman
nillroaus. a general cleanup of the rail
road yards, shops and all departments
is being made at Ogden. The distin
guished railroad officials have been in
the west for several weeks. Before- ar
riving in Ogden they will go to Port
laud. Or., for an Inspection of the rail
road Interests under tiiolr control In the
northwest. President Lovett and his lieu
tenant also may go to Salt Lake City on
an inspection trip before returning lo
Will Buy Electricity.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN'. March p. That 11 1b the In
tention of the Merchants Power and Light
companv. which recently obtained a fran
chise from Ogden City to maintain and
operate an electric lighting plant in Og-
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THOMPSON, THE TAILOR.
den City to buy power from the Davis
and Weber Counties Canal company lo
operate Its electric lighting plant, was
announced from a. reliable source today.
Herman Straus, an electrical engineer, is
now engaged In preparing tho plans for
the lighting plant which will be in oper
ation by January i, 1912, according to the
BETTER PRICES WANTED.
New Arrangement Which Fruitgrowers
Believe Will Prove Beneficial.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN'. March o. By an arrangement
recently made with tho Tioneer Fruit
company, which has a. branch, at Ogden,
fruitgrowers of this section. . comprising
"Weber. Davis and Box Elder counties,
will sell their fruit crop outright to the
fruit company this season, instead of
havincr the company dispose of It on a
Fruitgrowers of the county have long
complained that they were not receiving
tho market value tor their crops, and
various reasons have been assigned, tho
chief being that there has been a lack
of unity among the growerB,
The various fruitgrowers' organizations
have In the past few weeks become more
closely associated, and It Is tho Intention
of each member to work for better mar
ket conditions and methods of packing
an-3 handling in the future. The first
step taken was the arrangement, with
tho Pioneer Fruit company to buy this
season's crop f. o, b.
Heretofore tho fruitgrower? have been
allowing tho Pioneer company and other
shippers to handle their fruit crop on a
commission basis. Frequently the fruit
men suffered loss by the failure of tho
railroad companies to furnish sufficient
car.s when needed. Again It often hap
pened that when their fruit reached tho
big eastern markets the prices had de
clined and because of the perishable na
luro of tho shipments the fruit men wero
compelled to dispose of their fruit at
considerable sacrifice and often actual
By the recent arrangement, tho Pio
neer Fruit company will assume nil such
contingencies and the variability of the
eastern markets. "When the fruitgrowers
deliver their fruit they will be paid cash,
and anxletv over prices and unfavorable
markets will be a thing of the past.
PARLEY W. BELNAP DEAD.
Well-Known Young Resident of Ogden
Passes Away In Los Angeles.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. March 5 Parley W. Beinap.
23 years of age and one of Ogden's best
known young men. died at I.oa Angeles at
G a. m. today, according lo a telegram
received by bis relatives. Death was duo
lo heart trouble, from which tho young
man had long been a sufferer and for
which the trip to southern California was
taken in hopes that bis condition would
bo improved by the change of climate.
Mr. Beinap is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
F. M. Beinap. He was born at Hooper,
Weber county, and for several voars was
a. student at the Weber academy, where
ho was popular with his fellow students
and members of the faculty. The body
will he brought to Ogden for burial.
IMMIGRANTS REACH UTAH. j
Seventy-five Mormon Converts Arrive
from Old World to Seek New Homes.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. March 5. Seventy-five Mor
mon Immigrants from England. Sweden,
Denmark and Switzerland stopped in Og
den for several hours todav before going
to Salt 7ake City. The band of immi
grants took a boat from Liverpool ami
were nine days crossing the Ailantic
ocean, during which time ihoy exper
ienced some rough weather, according to
Edward Woods, one of the members.
The converts will remain in Salt Lake
for several days before solng to various
parts of the state to make their homes.
There are many farmers In the band and
a number having a knowledge of differ
ent trades. One of the members. Mr.
Woods, will settle at Ogden. where he
will engage In the plumbing business-
Little Girl Injured,
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, March 5. Owing to tho In
juries received yesterday when she fell
twenty feet from a landing at the Co
lonial rooming house while trying lo Imi
tate ber brother, who had slid to safety
from the same place with tho aid of a
rope, little Alice Chandler, the flvc-ycar-old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
Chandler, the proprietors of the lodging
house, has developed bronchitis and
pleurisy Her condition, according to the
physicians, is serious, but hopes are en
tertained for her recovery. ,
Work Being Rushed.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. March o. The force of men
put lo work concreting tho Davis and
Weber counties canal on Saturday will
be Increased to 150 men Monday, accord
ing to Engineer W. M. Bostaph. The
construction of an SOO-foot cement flume
has already begun and this will take sev
eral weeks before it can be completed.
Home gradlns of Ihe sides or tho canal
will also be necessary before tht; con
creting of the big ditch can be laid. The
entire Job will be ready by the time the
Irr.icatlon season opens, accoding lo the
Young Student Dies.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. March 5. After an illness of
three days from appendicitis. Iceland
Carlson, a son of J. L. Carlson of 26S-1
Washington avenue, died In tho Weslev
hospital In Chicago at :::o o'clock this
afternoon. A telegram was received here
tills aflornoon announcing his death. Mrs
S. Kaplan, a sister of the young man.
was with him and will accompany the
body back to Ogden, where the funernl
will be held. Young Carlson was a stu
dent at the Northwestern university at
the time of his death. lie was well known
in Ogden and gained considerable popu
larity here In the three years which )v
played on the Ogdon high school football
Recover Stolen Violin.
Special lo The Tribune.
OGDEN. March :V Detective Bob Burko
and Patrolman A. D. Vance recovered a
valuable violin, said lo ha.vu been stolen
from someone In Newcastle. Cal., when
Southern Pacific train No. I reached horr
ible afternoon. A te'egram was received
from George A. Colwell of Newcastle Cal..
requesting tho local pollci; to meet tho
train and arrest a man who had posses
ion of the violin. Whon the train ar
rived here tho Instrument was found In
one of tho coaches but its posaessor was
not located. The violin was manufac
tured In St. Petersburg. It was turned
over to tho depot master and will be held
for the owner.
A Motlier'B Safeguard.
Foley's Honoj- and Tar for tho chil
dren. Is beat arid safest for all coughs,
colds, croup, whooping cough and bron
chitis. No opiates. Schramm-.Tohnson,
Drugs, five stores.
Officers Are Elected.
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO, March 5. The Utah Countv
Poultry association has elected tho fol
lowing officers for the ensuing year: Jor
ge n HanHiMi, president; William Probort.
vice president; lioyal B. "Woolcy, secre
tary and treasurer. Exocutlvo "commit
tee: Frank Spencer, Jr., and L. H. l-lol-brook.
CHy vice presidents: H. W,
Davis, Provo: Kaun Giecn. American
Fork: Moses f'hlld. Fpriugv.tlle, Tim rc
port of lh" secretary shows that the as
sociation Is In a flourishing condition,
Canadian Parliament Disposed
to Follow Lead of Congress
in Reciprocity Matter.
FOR CALLING THE EXTRA
Delay Would Cause .Serions
Embarrassment of Premier
OTTAWA, Ont, March 5. President
Taft's immediate call for an extra ses
sion of congress in April puts a new face
on the reciprocity situation and may, in
the opinion of some of the opponents as
well as the champions of the proposed
agreement, save the causo In Canada
from any peril it may have incurred by
the failure of the United States senate
to indorse tho plan.
i It is generally conceded that if a reci
I procity session of congress had not been
summoned and ratification had been left
to the session next fall, tho Canadian
advocates of the plan might havo been
disheartened and probably parliament
would have followed tho example of con
gress, leaving ratification lo Us chances
at the succeeding session.
The action of the president consider
ably relieves the awkward situation cre
ated here by the failure of the senate
to Indorse the agreement. The Liberal
majority today say that Air. Taft has
made good for his government the joint
agreement that each party to the bar
gain should use Its best endeavors to so
curo legislative approval of the reciproc
ity compact, and consequently they as
sert the Canadian government must com-j
pel ratification by parliament. j
Bitter Fight at Ottawa,
However, the light at Ottawa Is by no
means concluded. Both sides say the
government is moro than ever determined
to put the measure through, but the op
position continues to show a resolute
Quick action at Washington action
within a monlh or so of the convening
of the extra session will bo necessary
to avoid complications. If congress has
not paved the way for parliament by
ratllicalion of the agreement before May
12, when Sir Wilfrid Laurier has ar
ranged lo depart to attend the corona
tion in London, or if the Canadian par
liament should continue lo filibuster up
to the time of the premier's departure,
it is doubled that ratification would be
attempted in the absence of Laurier.
The present opposition Is encouraged
by an energetic campaign conducted by
manufacturing Interests opposed to tho
Space for anti-reciprocity articles Is be
ing boughL in the newspapers, boards of
trade are being sounded and where il Is
found that condemnatory resolutions will
KiiceeftfL nicotines are arrancod and such
The latest development is an Anti-Hccl-
Croclty league In Montreal, which Is to
e extended to other industrial centers.
No expense Is being spared to forward
Annexation tnlk Is practically tabooed.
Its place has been taken by expositions
of the themo that reciprocity will seri
ously disturb tho existing prosperous con
ditions In Canada.
The move of the manufacturing oppo
nents, It is held, was stated to parlia
ment with a frankness which they are
now said to regret by II. 13. Ames, Con
servative member from Montreal, who
has large manufacturing Interests.
He declared It absurd to suppose that
the fanners with their products on the
free list would be long content lo let the
manufacturers continue In the enjoyment
of protection which the Washington
agreement by its terms docs not touch.
Resentment Among Fanners.
There Is some evidence thai this atti
tude already Is developing a resentment
among the farmers of Canada, who arc
The chief officers of their organization
havo given Interviews indorsing the
agreement and denouncing the opposition
: of manufacturers.
Both sides of the house concede that
the reciprocity debate has many days to
run. Some of the Conservative members
declare they will block further progress
until the special session of congress has
taken final action on the agreement. It
is predicted, however, in other quarters
thai this prospect may lie changed by l.ho
speech which Premier Laurier is to de
liver on Tuesday.
The latest canvass of tho situation
shows thai were a vote taken on the
measure today there would be practical
ly solid opposition by the Conservatives
and only three deflection from the Lib
oral ranks, so that ratification by a ma
jority of over forty would result.
In official circles fear lias been ex
pressed tbat the Incoming house will not
Indorse tho agreement. Such action. It
Is affirmed, would seriously disturb con
ditions In Canada and would embarrass
Ihe government In the work of promoting
Called an American disease, is cured
by an American medicine, originated
aiid prepared in the most catarrhal of
That medicine is TTood 's Sarsaparilla.
It cures radically and permanently,
in that it romoves tho cause, cleansing
the blood of scrofulous) and all other
impurities. It overcomes all the ef
fects of catarrh, too, and builds up the
WANT TELEPHONE LINE
Special to The Tribune.
LOGAN. March 5. Saturday afternoon
the people of Greenville sent representa
tives to the board of county commission
ers lo,ask for a franchise for a telephone
and electric light line from Logan to that
place, tho fanners there having decided
to build a telephone line of their own.
which will he connected here with tho
Independent system, and also to run elec
tric light wires from ihe plant of the
Tclluiide Power company so as to ob
At a meeting held there it was de
cided to have the name of Greenville
changed to North Logan as there is an
other Greenville In tho slate and confu
sion often results as to the mall matter.
Tho district court will be asked to make
the change In names.
AGAINST INFECTED TREES
Special to Tho Tribune.
BRIG MAM CUT, March 5. A vigorous
campulgn against Infected trees and
nursery stock will commence within a
few days In this city and county. County
Tree Inspector Carl Isaacson, working
with the stato horticultural board, will
make an effort to destroy every tree In
tho county that Is Infected with any of
the diseases to which trees are subject,
that Is beyond a curable stage.
Greater effort than over will be marie
In the inspection of nursery stock of
both local and outside nur.sc-rles. All
Incoming shipments will bo thoroughlv
disinfected by Mr. Isaacson, und until
this is done the railroad companies
must hold all nursery' goods until a regu
lation release In printed form Is attached
to the shipments.
Secret and Fraternal Societies
I. O. O. F.
Jordan lodge No. ;! Monday night put
on the initiatory degree for a number of
candidates and will confer the same de
gree tonight. .Monday week the string
of Initiatory candidates will receive the
Jlrst dcuree and It Is the wish of the of
ficers that all brothers bo present lo do
their share of Ihe work.
There was a good attendance at the
regular meeting of Miriam Rebecca lodge
No. 5. I. O. O. F.. Saturday night. One
sister was admitted by transfer caid.
The next meeting night will bring the
regular election of rcpresnetatlvcs lo the
stato assembly. AH members are urged
lo bo present. A dance and card party
will be given In I. O. O. F. temple the
evening of March .!) under the auspices
of the two P.ebecca lodges. Mirrinm No.
i. anil Naomi No. 1. for tho purpose of
raising funds for the I. vO. O. F. Or
phans home for Utah. All are cordially
Invited. n Ijasv Friday night Salt Lake lodge No.
h r, " - F- PlU th Initiatory.
Brother Sugden's team dolncr the usual
excellent work. There were six In tho
claFs. all wide-awake, enterprising young
fellows, who will make fine Odd Fellows.
Amonc the visitors were Past Grand
Pease of Bingham. Past Grand Stain of
MIdvalo, Past Grand Master Hubbard.
Past Grand Pldwell of the jurisdiction of
!wa:Pafit Gra"d McDonald, Past Grand
Cornell of the Nevada Jurisdiction, and
many others. For grand lodge officers
iul J?nr No I iL?3 tTVO candidates in
Ihe persons of P. G. M. N. c Price, for
grand representative, and Past Grand Q.
ihn faily il.or4 1-anrI secretary, and from
the fact that No. 2 has not been repre
sented by a grand officer for some years
mccm.ed t.hat No- 2 ls certainly en
success and wlU work for ,he,r
The Fraternal Brotherhood.
hMiU2? !?fLse No'.7-(R held one of the
w5i ?nd.e1 meeting of the year on
fonKS ?'pht- wThc committee on at
tendance is to be congratulated on Its
hl? &ftver,a' applications for mem
m,p were ba,ll0,ed upon and manv
moie were promised. Under "Tho cood
of the order a. mock trial was held.
Brother Mark Patrick bclnc the defend
ant. He was accused of not benefiting
humanity not vlsltlnsr the sick, nor hom
ing the distressed, .not coming to lodce
.inrf not aiding his brothers to secure
work Brother Charles Anderson acted
as judge. Brother E. E. Jordan as clerk
of the court. Dr. MrMugh as prosecutinc
attorney. Brother Vivian Whitehead as
defendant's attorney, and Brother J OI
PrVi?s ,iRSislnt counsel to the defendant.
v hile the case was proven by the prose
cuting attorney, the plea which the de
fending attorneys put up was such that
It brought tears to the eyes of the fudge,
and only a fine of 10 cents was Imposed.
Next Saturday the play entitled "A Box
of .Monkeys will be given and other en
tertainment. Soko Lily lodge No. 252 will meet in the
future evry Thursday night and this
should be a great help to the attendance,
and the members aro requested to tell all
I hey can of the change. The drill team
Is progressing splendidly and the weekly
card parties arc well attended and are
social affairs of merit. The next card
party will be held al the home of Brother
llorspool. IU2 "Wesl Sixth South.
Utah lodge No. ,5 will hold Its regu
lar meeting on Wednesday. March 8. at
7:.'!0 p. m in order to gel through In
time for the lecture to be given on that
evening by Brother and Sister Moore.
All the members nre requested to be
present early, as there Is Important busi
ness to be brought before them. The
lecture Is to be free to all the members
of the Fraternal Brotherhood and tlioir
friends, and Utah lodge urges all to come,
as It will be instructive and interesting.
Ogden lodge No. 371 has decided to put
in an extra meeting night this month In
order to Initiate tho class of candidates
which it has secured, and has rented the
Steinway hall for the purpose. The ladic3
will bring a box containing good things
nnd the men will be allowed the nrlvl
lcge of buying thein. Friends of the
members will be allowed in the hall about
S:no p. in.
Tooele lodge No. "So Is putting on a
form of Initiation all Its own. The mem
bers should not mis seeing il. The main
thing is tliat it can be changed to suit
the case and when you go lo the meet
ing vou can be sure you will see some
thing a little different.
Garfield lodge held Its regular meeting
on Wednesday evening. The members arc
making an organized effort for new mem
bers. The lirst accident claim which anv
member of this lodge has received was
paid to Brother Brown, and in a few
well chosen words the brother acknowl
edged the receipt of the same, remarking
that anv man who was working for a
living should carry a policy of this kind.
Woodmen of the World.
Camp IOC, met in regular session Thurs
day night. The visiting committee re
ported several neighbors on the sick list,
and the camp authorized the amusement
committee lo carry out a plan putting
on an oncra. the proceeds of which will
go to the sick benefit fund. The com
mittee, announced thai the entertainment
would be given on March 16. This is
expected lo be the most elaborate and
successful entertainment attempted bv
the camp. I'nder the head of social en
tertainment a pleasant time was spent.
Wednesday evening. March I, Utah
camp No. S.'IS held the most succcssuil
and best attended entertainment in the
history of the camp. One of the finest
programmes ever arranged by the camp
wns witnessed by 000 members and their
friends. The programme was as follows
Calling lo order by Chairman TL B. Hea
grcn; opening address by 13. B. Kava
nongh, district manager for Utah; musical
selection by Woodmen orchestra; song by
Clvd" Uobinsou; four-round boxing boul
between Young Gould and Terry O'Neill,
flftcon-mlnulo wrestling boul between C
n. Carlson of Garfield and Doll Dcen of
Salt Lake: address on fraternity by
Rev. Francis B. Short; twenty-nilnuto
intermission to allow 000 Blue Points to
go up In smoke: then came a. recitation
entitled "Sam McGee."' by John II. Pape:
fifteen-minute wrestling bout between
Fred Crabo and Arthur Mackay; four
round bout between Andy lladlcy and
Young Oakley. The orchestra finished
tho programme, playing till there was not
a person left In the hall. The camp so
cured twenty-nine- new applications foi
Royal Neighbors of America.
Salt Lake Valley camp No. n072 met
last Wednesday night Instead of Thurs
day oji account of delegates being in at
tendance at the slate camp meeting de
siring to witness the floor work. In this j
they were not disappointed, as it was i
excellent. First came the scaling of of
tlccts. then the ballot march, thon the
initiatory services, accompanied by spe
cial drill team, ending with a tableau
composed of the Five- Graces. The com
pliments expressed by visitors were lnuny
and encouraging to tho captain and team.
Authorities declare kidney disease in
curable after the sixth month. This was
the situation up to the working out of
thti new emollient treatment the only
thing known that dares claim In print
to cure chronic kidney disease.
Every case presented has been declared
incurable by physicians and In some cases
four lo six have joined in tho fatal diag
nosis. Case of W. R. Marquis, a business man
in Bartow. Fla. To show how serious his
case of kidney disease was will say that
throe physicians in the Sanitarium In I
Memphis where he went for treatment,
gave tho case up and advised him to go
home. On his return he heard of tho new
emollient treatment. Patient was so low
that the extreme symptoms wore In evi
dence. The fourth week tho patient be
gan to mond and tho fourth month ho
was walking over town without crutches.
All known treatment had failed in this
case as in others.
Fulton's Renal Compound, the flr3t suc
cessful treatment for chronic kidney dis
ease, can only bo had In your city of
our authorized agents, SCHRAMM
JOHNSON, DRUGS, FIVE 8TORE8.
We desire to hoar from and advlHo with
those not recovering-
The lodge was glad to welcome auxiliary
camp Xo. 19SG." After lodge closed Ice
cream, cake and coffco were served. The
next regular meeting will be held March
1C at Modern Woodman hall. 161 Soulh
Main street. The most successful slate
camp meeting ecr held In the history
nf this society Hosed Wednesday after
electing Eunice Lindner delegate lo the
supreme camp. Mablo E. Roth well. Salt
Lake City, atate oracle; Olivia. Heed Tre
monton. state vice oracle, and T. Agnes
Welsh of Park City state recorder, Og
den secured the next state convention,
which will be held In I'M A.
Banner hive No. 11. I.. O. T. M.. will
hold regular review. Tuosdav, March ".
at I. O. O. F. hall, at 2;30 o'clock. An
election of a representative and delegate
to the stat" convention will take place.
The members arn all urged :o be pres
ent to vote. Other business of great Im
portance will be transacted. The ladles
of this hlv will cive a dance March 17
at I. O. O. F. hall. The public Is invited.
The members are requested lo attend the
funeral of Lady Allgood'p sister. Mrs. Roy
Hamilton, at the Twenty-fourth ward
meeting house todav.
The ladles of Liberty .hive No, 0. L. O.
T. M.. will entertain their friends at a
card social next Thursday afternoon from
2 to 5 o'clock in the new K. of P. hall.
161 Second East str'"-t. All Ladv Macca
bees and their friends are cordially in
vited. At the last regular review Mrs.
Rltta Glaze. lady commander, was eleqted
delegate to the district convention to le
held at Ogden April 7 and S.
At the regular meeting last Monday
evening of Utah castle. thoFO present
were gratified a I Ihe promptness and
prcilon with which tb business was
conducted. Th chairman of lh1 com
mittee In charge of the mask ball given
i recently, made a partial report, and was
given another week to gather In the
tickets and money due. One applica
tion was balloted upon. The team agreed
to so to Mldvale March ; to assist at
a ball to be given there. A committee
of six, with S. T. CarniMi as chairman,
was appointed to make the necessary'
arrangements for the card parlv March
13, to be given by Utah castle. Fair
ladles Apgar a,nd Schaedlar were asked
to take charge of Ihe social pari of to
night's meeting, and tlmy requested that
the members come prepared to tell a
short, comic story. At tho close of the
castle Ihe captain put the team through
a practice drill. Several new members
were tried with favorable resultF. There
will bu a regular meeting this evening at
Federation of Labor hall, and all officer
and members are requestpd to be pres
ent nnd enjoy the story telling contest.
Visiting Royal Highlanders are cordially
Inyitcd to attend.
Women of Woodcraft,
Salt Lake "circle met lasl Monday
evening with Guardian Neighbor Hobday
In the chair, with all officers and guards
present. The meeting Monday evening
will start, nt S o'clock. The captain
wants all guards to be sure to be there
Silver Maple circle No, 10S gave a
card party at the hall in Odd Fellows'
building last Friday night, which was
well attended. The Thimble club will
meet with Neighbor Anderson Thursday
afternoon at 132 Dunbar avenue. Next
Friday nlghf. all guards are earnestly re
quested to bp. present early to devote the
entire evening to practice. The sym
pathy of tho circle Is extended to Neigh
bor Llnblad In the loss of her husband:
also to Neighbor Cheshire, who lost her
mother last Thursday evening.
Woodbine circle Xo. IL will not hold
a regular meeting Thursday evening on
account of guards' drill. Guards arc re
quested to be at the hall at S o'clock
sharp. The officers will bn present to
initiate any candidate present for initia
tion. Officers and candidates to be at
the hall at 9 o'clock.
At last Thursday's meeting of Tfome-I
stead No. 1132, Brotherhood of American
Yeomen, the following wer... elected to
membership: Miss Norlno Robinson.
James J. Fogarty, John Fogarty, Alva
Carl Adams, Rufus Wiegert. Harry M.
Marwin. Ilarlln B. Stiles, Axel E. Ce
llars! rom. Mrs. N. G. Fitzgerald. Hubert
Jenkins. Perry M. Stout. Sophia Grey.
Charles M. Haws, Mrs. Mary Auer, John"
M. Wnlden. James Holleman, E. M. Plnk
slon. Fred G. Simons. A. G. Erwin. Mrs.
Zeca Foster and Mrs. Mary Q. Collet t.
They received the first degree. Another
class will be voled on In the near future.
Tho dispensation of part of Ihe fees was
extended to March i". Plans are under
way for a big benefit card party March
2;:. AI1 archers In good standing arc In
vited to be present next Thursday.
Apollo's last meeting was well attend
ed and In every way successful, all busi
ness being speedily dispensed with I'n
der the good of the lodge a motion was
carried for giving a social and dnnee In
honor of the ladles who have assisted the
brothers and the affair is being arranged
for March Hi In the I. O. O. F. hall. In
vitations are issued and complimentary
tickets must be presented at the door.
The committee in charge Is Ole Olsen.
Christian Miller and Olaf Nllaon. The ll
next meeting of the lodge will be held IH
Friday night at the usual place. The IH
lodge is expecting several new appllca- IH
tlons from member? who at the last meet- IH
Ing promised to bring In one application H
The Past Noble Grands club will be en
teralned at the home of Mrs. Watrous, H
52S East Fifth street, Thursday after
noon. All visiting sister are cordiallv H
The members of the Naomi Past Noble H
Grand club will meet Thursday, March 0,
at the home of Sister Gada Richards, 547 IH
Third riast street. Take Fifth South and IH
Liberty Park cars. H
Improved Order of Bed Men.
Wasakie trlbp met last Monday night
In nn extra good meeting. One paleface H
made application for adoption, which was B
turned over to the proper committee for H
Investigation. The council fire will bo IH
kindled again tonight and a .meeting of
Interest will be held.
Royal Arcanum council No. 1517 of Salt
Lake has changed Its meeting nights
from the second and fourth Thursdays 1
lo the second and fourth Wednesday
nights of each month, and will hold the
first meeting under this change next
Wednesday evening. "March 8. in the new
hall at 123 East Third South street. C.
E. Moss, deputy supreme regent, with
the member? of Salt Lake council, has
been working for new members and has 1
had success. At the present, two larjre
classes have heen worked up. A large
number will be initiated Wednesday even
ing and another large class some time
Fraternal Union of America.
Evergreen lodge No. 151 had another
big time on Monday and initiated seven IH
new candidates. The business of the fl
evening was very pleasant and entertain
ing. The committee on entertainment re
ported that on Monday next the lodge
I would give one of the finest entertain
ments ever glv.-n bv It. The programme
will he rendered bv excellent talent and
the meeting will be open to all members
and their tri'-nds. It Is honed to liav
3"0 present. A special feature of the
evening will hr an exhibition drill by
the degree team.
British Fraternal Society.
The usual meeting will be held on
Thursday evening at the rooms, 23G old
Commercial Club building. South Wes'
Temple, at S o'clock. Members are re
quested to he on timo so that the meet
ing may be commenced punctual at the
hour. Some important business remain
to be discussed affecting the welfare 0
the society, therefore n good turnout of
members is anticipated. The propose!
benefit for one of the body will b
brought up also, and il will be decided
what form il should take.
The James B. McKcan W. R. C. will
hold Its regular meeting Wednesday.
March 8, at 2:30 p. m. at 1. O. O. F.
hall. A fulLattenilauce is desired.
The regular meeting of Rice circle No.
3. Ladies of the G. A. R will be held
Tuesday, March 7, at 2:30 p. m. at Eagles
Scgo Lily lodge No. 20 will hold regu
lar meeting Monday, March 0, at the
home of Mrs. Minnie Smith. Members
of 119 - will Join this lodgo and give a
card social Friday evening, March 10.
at the Moose's hall on West Temple
street. The public Is invited.
Knights of Pythias.
TIermlon temple No. R Pythlnn Sisters.
will hold its regular meeting at K. of
P. hall, lfil South Second East, Mtondny tM
afternoon. March fi- Mrs. Viola Charier. jH
was Initiated at th lasl meeting, after
which light refreshments were served.
Salt Lake assembly No. 320 will hold
its regular meeting Wednesday evening IH
in I. O. O. F. hall. All officers and mem- ll
bers arc requested to be present, us there JM
will be applications to act on. uM
Degree of Honor. jH
Star of the West lodge will meet ,v
usual on Thursday afternoon at Mrs
Allen's. 110 O street. The new rituals
have arrived nnd the now work will be
put on. , A full attendance Is desired.
Foresters of America.
Court Salt Lake No. 1 will hold its
next regular meeting next Tuesday.
March 7. All members arc requested to
be present, as some matters of great Im
portance arc to be passed upon,
Mlzpah chapter No. 5 will hold its reg
ular meeting Monday evening. March l, IH
a I 7:30. Visitors and members are cor- IH
L. A. to B. E. T.
Regular meeting was held in F O. E.
hail March .'1. Refreshments were served
by Mcsdames Patterson, Marshall and
Cnildren Cry !
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