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J THK SALT LAKK TRIBIXK, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER T. I'M 1 . 13
TIews of Intermountain Region
'PER BROWN HELD
I iDR TRIALONDEC. 11
fitness Describes I ragecb in
Uich Falliei Killed 1 augh
U' tor 1 ii J I lei Husband.
' meUl to The Tribune
110 V- ' r'" hlH ,nB; Il,a
cLt',,' ' .Mr, and her litis
kdjVI John !" P'"v " wa.- bound vr lo
KJfr- in H'" urn I' ' p"-."-
Kthat i ' trial v i;i -'ii nxi Mn-
Bthnuc' ' fiiinrd that
I would figure In
jTpvlriM,, .i' the preliminary hearing
.! ppr' ''"" defense, no sii'd
r rf' '1 " pro i ibllll "
itE Ideis- nl 11 ' ' "
J A., Ill-l.-l' f'-'l-
'Bjfi,! :1 i, i-u 7i 1 1 1 of ihe woman.
BL nroserut ion, however, I i iil i nr.. to
rhal iaH ahoui Die woman
mrlv a Muff f t'i-.- def,
3H)e rtst inten-.-ga'. ri Mrs. Vina I'u
'HflL Bn, iv.n'i. I 1 -a'-.. pi '-
im(n prnw n In-' i ' " fatal shots nun
k j w Willi. itnfi : 1 1 rl F. ): Hammond.
arrived :i I tin -.cne of Ihe
"Bjliritr nin af .i i .i The two wom-witne-'-'
i 1 1 met
non-ln-.'-Tw i .t'l iT in the road
(Xr jhr dan I I and lui-
i!Kf. had quarreled: how Mrs. Dubois
tjE) n f ir-prrl between her father n nil 1
' Kha-id and i i -. -i a fatal bullet n
Kged I v ,nv how Drown had
Brd over o.; of Hs dauchtrr and
hl- I' .i ' i
lOiHtI' " ' argument on either side George
1 jV" iir-'i,f "f ii- 'fid Brown
provo Woman De.id
-jBfil lo The Tilhune.
r(BftCV. Mi Stew-
filnderson i i" I lasl idghl fr;u ran-
'ifgWef '!." ,t ... -hi ; ' .i i
"fB P'T.Jr-- ' ii:d,.i lid sin- is sur-
disior .il It. ImIiii W. A i rd , n piotv. -
Bt P'J "I' ian "r I'rovo.
J, Confers Abom Dam.
kl to The Tribune.
)VO. Der I 'wins his viall lieic
Dovernor Sprv wont ti Olmstoad In
Btnobllc and had .-. ronffron'ea with
Sunn, manager of lhr T-'Ilmido
Minderptood liiat iho subject of ihr
'fnc was TV.'' stair-'? proposed dam
month ..f Logan canyon to which
Btenr of Logan have made oiijcc-
IOHIRI 'K ) I'AIM V
IS SHARPLY DIVIDED
lh'.i ;i 1 1. . . tlani i. .-n . wa!
an today t 1 1 plmr u,y imlilin tin-
diipi ronvfttiion ol lh Prohibition
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M hv i . ,i i i .'ii' .!.. Mm. i - -
u lui.- ." ami .lull
Iff" i i'i ' " nf' il"
.tt i' I .if tin ,, .
I 1 given :har r Mission . ami a WI -fa4
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a r F. -i 1 ' i ' .i.i! commit -
fl t' ' ' 1 ' ' 1 i Stunt I of Ohl-
M o i :"r. id now ai knwl -
Id 1 ' i ' " lys."
IM ' ''" . ii' 1 1 . i " . I in hrinfi
fj in. ri us .i ii.i adjoin i : 1 1 1 1 1
1 r' ' i tr'fl conven-
I '" h. but this was
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tf I Vlihn- ,,- i . ii i i.in .In i. . ire
in II. Vn ri.Milyki lh
M f 1 "' i. was ildiied
mi .nsl'i I" ti n
.,. ; inni i.. i followed by
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llin ',z-' ' 1 - 1 'iii. f Die.
rf' K( ( )( ) ( ,U ) hlv'S
J ; CI.OSi; C( )I:liRENCE
Th Idaho Wool
iw ' ' n i. .i - ineetlng
! i 'confer-
; f 'I'.I . . J , - , ' n ii J., h -
. If 1 1- i
mi if tin association
L win i 'i i i nfficlali
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Mil.' i... r',' ' ,
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T tt ' ' ' Mou ,taln ii .inc.
B I ' i II Ro : Bol vl c
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Amu i 1 1 . W. M.
dp bri i .. i . i .. .
B".: 'ii Rl. ks, Bcxburg, and
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s J h' s ' Frank R. :""'i
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. ' ' i,i mfct al
'im VerriH t ' t Guilty.
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I, Wl i"i H-.ii. ...ii i. lihi rclurned
.f'1" '' 'i;ain-i Ilir Standard 'd
"'P'1"' t from lh
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'B"'"1' : r"! from "Mean
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. eiB'i'i' ' I" a iinr ,,i Jijo.nfif, n ap-
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! B Baritone Dies Suddenly.
"' Hip hat Iioik-.s ..i iho Metro-
jpW1 ' '1' ' .i. . I .;. 1,1. -Hi'
'JVtt '"V n.iM-m ' , f the
"W, i! rrdlWd with Ihr di.--
JnfKN I, ,, ,r
I oon HESITAlTl
9 I TO TAKE
I STOMACH BITTtRS
m 1 "p""eaepaeBaaaBi
( (- j i iid s h pro en rep
ft I f"1ation Mi ,';is('S nL"
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gStj hug. Hrarlbiirn, Klalu-
101 Vr; 11 ' IinIipoFtion,
y f'oslu ono.s, Cn , S,
Mnppr. ;mci Ma., Ha'
eW .Urin't r'p(.i'imoiit -
lit r "STETTER'S
u Tnns and Invigorates.
j Tcrmancnt Office, 332 21th Stroot. Ind. Phone 604. Office Hou'rs-8 a. n
to 1Q:.so a. m . 3 p. m. to B p. ni.
TAKING NOT STOVE
Says, However, Thai He Did
1 1 m Enforce Payment
Special to The Tribune.
OOfrBft Dee. 8. Aflftiltttal thai he
hid taken a rea-hol -tove out of the
kitchen pf n. Attefbeck, one of tna
tenanta, and placed n on ihr front porch,
becauie ho hriirved that would be a
novel way lo compel Atterherk to pav
his rent, Nathaniel Stelmle, nn Ogden
Rapid Tranall company eonduotor, took I
.or w:iii.:-. ,-i.ino in Ills own rlefoti'-r in
p,ii'-r rourt this morning.
Mr.-. Atterbeck In her utalemenl to the
couri yesterday said that ihe wa- pr -paring
breakfaat for her five Httie chil-1
dran, when Btelmle. knowing that bar
huaband waa away from home, entr-rd
the kitchen, tore down the stove, and
removed it. file and all. U) the front
porch. Bteimlei as an rrue for his ac
tion, declarer Dial the electri. light '
company had cut him off when his light
bill was overdue, and thai he thought
he had the name right lo dismantle the
cooking stove of his tenant to compel the
p.ivim nt of overdue rent.
The defendant ws charged with using ,
obacene language lo tdn Atterbeck
j This he denied. Tils attorn argued l
the rourt that thr action of the defend
ant did not constitute a disturbance of,
the paee. hut the court refused to de
clde the -ase until he had looked into
BOme COUri derisions A decision will be
given Thursday morning
GIVEN SIX MONTHS
A. Nealis Goe to Prison for Assaulting
Salvation Army Man
Spinal to The Tribune.
OGDF.N, Dec. 9 - Admitting 'hat lie j
may have attacked J. D. Clark at the
local Salvation Army headquartera, bui
k-i'larlns; that If h hafl dime so ln was
10 badly lntox.lea.1 "d that 'ne did not ve
member what lie did A Nealis appenrrd
hefore Dlatiid Judge X. J, Harris this j
afternoon mul enlerer) a. plea of guilty to
a chaige if assault with a dead I j
Judge Harris sentenced Nealia to six.
months in the penitent iar In doing SO
the court said that he liari decided to
shoTr some leniency to the prisoner, as
he realised that liquor was his worst
enemy, Nealia told the i-ourt that ne i
had never before been In any aeriOUS
i rouble, but had been arrestecj for
drunkenneas on seerai ooeaalona. On'
Die night of November 2'J he entered
the Salvation ATTO5 lodging house and
..sk'd for a place to sleep He was re
fused accommodation b-' ciark. v'iih
out any warning Nealis drew a penknife
and seriously stabbed the Salvation Army;
FWc-r coming to Ogden Nealia wac
employed by the Utah ConatructiOn com- I
pnny in Idaho.
TO ERECT BUILDING
Amalgamated Sugar Company to Have
New Home Temporarily
Special 1 1 1 The Tribune.
OGOKIK, Dec! , Within ihe ne.i f"ir
days tir First National bank will bein '
ha erection of one-story building ad-,
Joining the hank hnilding on the east i
The at w building will he used temporar- j
iiv by the Amalgamated Sugar compauiyl
miii such time as the Dcclea bulfdlng. I
destroyed by Ore, is rebuilt
The plans for the temporary head
quartera .f the sugar company provide
for ;i hnement and one story. The foun- i
datlons will be bo conatnictod as to make'
t poaaible to add four more floors tO
lir building later. The sugar company
win use the temporary building exclu-
slvely. the basemen! lo be fitted with
,i ilta and ofAae rooms, with the main'
I offices to be located on the ground floor j
The temporary building will be erected
as a "st of 88000.
Unknown Greek Killed
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Dec t; Local officials of Ihe i
Oregon Short pine Railroad company re
ceived word this afternoon of the killing
of an unknown Greek laborer by an Ore
gon Short Line pn --sencr r tram near Lav -ton
this afternoon at 8 Q clock. The
Greek was In the employ of the I'tah
Construction company on the double
,,il marilne beiween Ogdn and Sail
Lake "City. He was seen silting on the
track adjust injr his shoe lares. When
riir- flvlnR papsciipvr liatn approa-hed th
.Jiu did not .ecm awarr of bli danger
Until too late. Ml- hodv was dragsr.i 1
more than tOf' foal along thr tr.i.-k and
To Be Released.
Bpeelal to Th" Tribune.
OGDBNi Dec- P After obtainfnj the
r-onprnt of Hisirict .l-.'dge Vfowell to the
release of George h. 'an Leeuwen from
the Siai Mental ho.-piial. proxideH a
aufflclent bond la flird. Mrs. Meaka van
Leeuwen, Wife of the afflicted man. gavr
uoiicr that nhe wdll rwlse the $l?i0 bond
ai once, and apply lo the honpjtal tnis
ii'fn for Ihe liberation of her husband.
Van ITeeuwen wandered away from th"
hoapital a week ago and returned to ins
lionie at Ogden. His condition , jfreatl'
Improved, according to Mps Van Leni
Wen, Hlthougb he wa? sent hack to lbs
Held on Suspicion,
Spreiai to Th" Tribune
inl)TCN I'cc 5. Three Mexicans,
Antonio Prado, Thomas ie Rark and
Pte Kartinlfe, arc being held at the po.
I Ilea station ns Buspscts. The Mexicans
Claim Idaho alalia as then- home. When
arretted they had . quantity "f men--I
Clothing moptly new. In their pojie
i lion, and each man WSS wearing a new
I suit nf elothlng. Thr Mexicans lire ''',
lieved to have some knowledge or the
robbery of a Bio Grande bos cat at Pro
I vo aeversJ days ao, when clothing fit
ting the description Of that found in a
l.iru grip, v.'H stolen.
Iieaders Are Coming.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDBNi Dec. 6. -Arrangements ere
being mads at locsl Salvation Army
lieadquarters for the reception of Com
mtastoncr Thomas F.still. iii lea.dr ol
tha army work for all of ihat termors
wegl or Chicago and extending to the
Paclfl. Islands Commlsaloner v.stlil la
one of the leading ofllcera Of the Pahs
UOH Vrniv and has fern servl"" In nearly
ever) country In the world. Hla isst ap
polntment was .iphj. He will v,e ac
ompanled to Ogden Fidaj by Col H. C
t another prominent officer of th
Wrife Sues for Divorcs.
I Special to The Tribune.
OGDBN Dec 8 -Slnoe their marriage
B1 snlt Lake City April 80. 1010, Melvin
hfartman has failed to provide for
j wife rind family, according to divorce
complaint fliej bj Mrs. Isabella Hnn
man with the county .derk today, Mr.
Hart roan ak for a divorce, the euatoeb
f sn IS-moaths-oid child, costs of taH
jnit h nd ' 'if 1 'i 1 relief
Strlke breakrr at Oodn S.iv They Are
spenai to Tiir Trlbuiie.
OGDBN, r"er. 8 fltrtke-breaken em
ployed at ihr Boutnern Pacific railroad
shops ai ogrion have directed an appeal
for protr.-tton from violence by strike
sympathiser to Mayor William Glaus
mann through T v. Blodgett, a plumbet
at the shops. In his eltrr to the; Ogden
executive Blodgett says ihat several of
the mn now Working a thr- ahopa have
been beaten and Otherwlae abused.
Blodgett qiso sa that if ihr mayor
i dors not gf'e them protection he and
the other strike -braakera win arm them-
-elre and fake the law into ihelr owti
Maoi Gaasmann sent a letter nnttir-.
dlately io Chief r,f Police Browning, di-
rectlng that Official to make a .all on
lh- strike-breakers at the hop to a-
iure tiiem or protection from vtohMitv
and id r-mpiov additional officera if n
heromes IKcrssai . Bodsr! vHv. that
In addition to th" -ipp;il -Inr. ,- to Ihe
mayor a copv of ih' samr lettei ,ia been
forward to the governor of the Btate
anl the ,erretar of the war department
at Washington. D ( .
Mayor Olasmann has ihen orders thai
the viaduct which overlooks the ihOpl
be kept constantly patrolled anrl thai HO
one be allowed to loiter on the hridgc
SYSTEMS TO COMBINE.
Bell and Independent Phones Soon to Be
Merqed at Ogden.
Sper-Mi fa The Tribune.
OGDKN, Tier- K. Pellnile aiinouii'-e-m"nt
was made today that on January 2
the local lines of ii-,r rjtah Independent
Telephone company will he ronne. ted ' 1
with the Mountain states Telephone ft
Telegraph company, after which there
will be but 'ii telephone system in the
city. The task of installing the ne.-es-sary
erpiipment for the combination of
the Ri), kv Mountain Hell and the Inde
ponoent telephone ayatema haj been ac
compllahed by conalderable work but the
officials of ihe nr-w- company sa that the
"ml r now in slehl.
The conaollaatlon will neceaaltate some
few changes In the staff of employeea,
but tr.e majdrlty of old employeea In both
companiea will be retained bj the new
company. Manager z. M Chandler of
the Utah Independent company, although
offerer! a position with the now com
pany, has derjded to resign hla position
io accept the general aR'-in-y of the Man
hattan Life Insurance company, compris
ing all of ihe lorrllory In l'tnh and Idaho.
Mr entered the employ of the Independ
ent COmpan at Salt Lake in Autrusl.
1S06. and was later transferred here, wnere
he had continued as manager of th, nc-
den e, hange.
NEW VENIRE ORDERED
Jury to Try Southworth Probably Will
Be Sworn Today.
Special to The Tribune
OGDBN, Dec. 6. After Iwo venires of
twenty-five men each had been exhaust
ed without Obtaining jury to hear ihe
case of the slate against Henri South
worth, charged with murder In the firs;
degree, Dlatrlct Tudge N .'. Rarria be
lieving il Impossible, to obtain ri iur.
as only eight men w-re h-ft on the panel
to he examined ordered Sheriff Harrison
io draw another venire of twenty men.
This venire reported at the afternoon
session of court. The rigid questioning
of each venireman by botli attorneys for
'he state and the defense indicate that
the ease Is to he one of ihe hardest
fimpht in the history of Weber county
At the hour of adjournment late this
afternoon, six Jurors had been aelei ted
to hear the case. There now seems hut
little doubt ihnl ihe panel will he com
pleted aome time tomorrow. The iurorfi
found satisfactory both to the State md
the defense thus far are Peter QmatrOm,
joheph Hutchlnaon, R. F. Blaylock. Har
old A. Tiabh Oscar Geertsen and George
SAYS HE IS CRIMINAL.
James Simons Surrenders to the Police at
Special to 'Ihe Tribune
OGDBNi Dec s. Jamas Simons, 27
years of age claiming to he from New
York t surrendered himself to mi
noli, e today, saying that lie w'a? w in .
In New York for huiglar He ga i
Ihat he had stolen jewelry early this year
to ihe value of 84800. lie went io Liver
pool and disposed of it after which
returned to ihe I'nlted Slates and cahti
waa i .
Simons aald that he was prompted (o
Rive himself up by the fact that he was
without means of BUpporl and was In
dallv feat of aiTeM.
The police COmmunlcatSd With Detect
ive l.righ of New York, who Is now In
."wit Lake awaitlnc the iesnjt of the nl
tempi to extradite Brneat Woollej ?
n-.ining man i'lgh came to Ogden and
had a talk with Simon", who gave him
particulars of ih burglarlea.
I.elgi forwarded this information to
the New York policr department Tn I .
meantime Simon-- ! tvlng held ai t"
BALL BRILLIANT AFFAIR,
Society Attend Party at Colonial in
Spe. a to The Tribune.
OGDBN, Dec K. -One of the notable
ohMv ol the season was riven tonlghl
by Mr. and Mr. Parley T bright am
ir and Mrs C. A Henry at Colonial
ha ii on i jrani av enua
Tnree hundred gueata wSpb preannl
The hall was tastefully deroratef wdlh
yeiiow strenmerp, veiiow ehryaa.nthomumi
.-i:d seaweed The streamers hunt in fi
toons from th celling.. Potte. pianir
rere distributed SbOut the hall and in
; 1 1-, windows we-e hung fancy-colored
Niiionr those preaenl from Sail Lake
! were jifr. and Mrs Joseph Peery, Mr
and Mrs. .Joseph l'e ker. ,fr and Mrs
, ianlel ihmn. Mrs. Ralph Guthrie, Julian
I Bamberger and PrOfSSSOr Bquira Coop
To Greet Denionstintors.
Special to The Tribune
Oi.rd'.N. Dec . Leaving Salt Lak.t
Monday morning, 'he annual industrial
and agricultural demonatratlon train win
arrive In Cgden nboui "" o'.-iock. ae-
I eording Vo notices received ai Oregon
'Short Line railroad offlcea today. Here
I the special will remalp l"ng rnou-h for
yevoral lecture tO be given by 'he ag
ricultural Inatructoia abo,,rd. Farmaral
I throughout webei county will be noii-
j hd as to the time Of II:- arrival of the
iiraln. BAd a fQOi crowd Is. expected to
'tie on hand for the lecture ami demon-
Suit Over Building.
! Special lo The Tribune.
I OGDBN, Dr, 6 Alleging thai tera
a a balance of 81758.72 que -m concrete
work uned in h building owned hv Black
man A- Griffin, 'he Wheelwright fon
Igtructlon compapy haa begun uii n the
'distrirt court against the wholoaale con-
I rent and Ihe Flewelilng Ihilldmg com-
panv to enforce collection.
Licensed to Wed
I Special to The Tribune.
' OGDBN. Dee. -Licenses to marrv
I wer" Issued bv the count-.- clerk to the
following today: Ksrn .1 Wardle and
Cryatal Cowan both of sinterviiie. .lo-
bepl, F Kills Spring City, and d
fiTr.-. piaaaant view; Harry R. Nant
ker ar.,1 Mnnor Mlldon. oath of Ogdei
Spe. i.,1 to The Tribune.
OGDBN, Dec 8. After an illness 0f
ten days ci t Bngtneer W, M. Boataph
was operated upon at- ihr pa hoapital
'FOLKS PAST F.FTY 1
i MUST USE CASGARETS
Mi glasef, are to rreak eyes. Casca
I rrts are to weak bowels -a 10-cent i
box will truly amar.c you.
Most o!-l people tnut rjivr lo the
POtTCla some regular help, else thev snf.
for from constipation. The condition
is perfectly natural. It is inst as nat
ural St H 's fpt old people to walk
Blowly. Km ape h never so netive as
youth. The muscle are lejs .elastic.
A nd the bowsle are muscles.
Bo all old people need i';icaref line
might SS well refuse to aid weak eves
with glasses Ba tO neglect this ent'e
aid to weak bowel. Th.- bowels must
be kepi active. This is important !
all ayes, bill rmver n much ;,s at 50.
Ac is not a time for liarh phyaica.
Youth tiij.v OCCSSionsly whip the howe!
into activity. But a lash can't be
used every dar. What the boWClc Ol
tbg old nee.) i a entlr- and natural
(onir-. One that can lie constantv used
without harm. The onle such tonic is
1 Cascsrota atid thev cost only 10 cents
per box at any drue store. They work
while you sleep.
RISKS LIFE TO SAVE
WOMAN ID RUY DIE
Turns W&gop Aside on Bridge
Approach and Is Injured in
Wreck pf Vehicle.
Spe, ral t'0 The Tribune
HEBtSR ITY. nc n Petr Anton
Alf 80 vears of age. a farmer, was per
haps fatally Injured In an accident here
at 1 o'clock this afternoon. Alf was
driving hla team along Main street and
up Ihe approach to the Main street
bridge, wdien he saw approaching the
other end of the bridge a woman in a
buggy. lf turned bis horses to the side
of the road in order that the woman
might pass him. The wagon toppled
over; the horses became frightened and
plunged wildly upbn the Hteep incline
When Alf was extricated from the
wreckage of the wagon It was found that
he was aerlouslj Injured. He was taken
to the office Of Dr. W, R. Wherritt.
where an examination disclosed the fact
Ihat Alf was paralysed from Ihe hips
downward. Ills condition tonight is re
garded as eXtumelj serious and there is
grave dOUbi about bis recovery.
PREPARE FOR DAM FIGHT.
Island Defense Committee Employs At
torney to Begin Court Proceeding.
Special to The Tribune.
LOGAN. Dec b. -Attorney A. A.
Law has beet, employed by the. Island
defense committee to represent them In
the court proceedings ihat are to be had
In connection with Hie fight over the
dam in Logan canyon, and 1 1 is expected
that a temporary injunction will be
asked for in Ihe morning The whole
maun- will be brought to a close as soon
NAVY DEPARTMENT TO
WASHINGTON l'e. 8. After com
parative teata on a number of the navy
vessels, the navy department has decided
to abandon the turbine type of engines
for battleships and to substitute Ihe re
ciprocal Ins engines. Tnla change has
been marie In the face of (he fa I that
practically all other nations of the world
have adopted Lie turbine engine.
Rear Admiral n. S. Cone, chief of the
bureau of .-.team engineering, who con
ducted the tests, says il was discovered
that the reciprocating engine was about
:n per c nt more economical. The battle
ships Delaware and North Dakota, now
being built, Will be equipped with the
Admiral Cone adds, however, that the
new turbines, as Installed in the fast
.misers and Bcouts, have materially
raised the speed at which these vesseia
may be safely and continuously driven.
COMPANION OF DEAD
PATERSON. N -l- Dec 6 -The body
of Mrs Lydia Mlchcla. the t alifornia
widow who was killed in an automobile
accident near Ir-re November J6. was
buried here todav. Previous bermlta for
the burial had been cancelled because the
authorities wr- dissatisfied regarding the
It was not until laM iiirIU that this I
question eras settled ii.. k ii Wiggins, a j
New York broker, who told Regiattar Gall j
that he was the man with Mis. Ml.-hela
wlun hr was killed. Mr Wiggins said
his companion ws known in New York
aa Mra hftchela Whitney, and ihat her
family Uvea In California,
INSPECTION OF MILK
CHICAGO. Dec. 6. Government inspec
tion and cotitrol of the country'i milk I
supply, similar to the federal pupervtalon I
of the meat BUpply. was advocated b
Dr. w a Kvan". former oommlastonsr
of health of Chicago, in an addreai before
ihr fifteenth annual convention of the
1'nitrd Stales Livestock Sanitary hsso
"The rich can buy certified milk, bui
the price i too high for po o people," D
thl morning Reporta from the hospital
late this afternoon say lhal he has re
covered from the effects of the nr-.t'.i'-lie
and his condition Is greatly improved.
An early receverj la expected,
Will Hold g Bazar.
Special to The Tribune.
ogdkn. Dec. ,; Beginning Friday af
temoon. December 8, the members of
the Fifth ward will open a bazar at the
Plfth ward amusement hall under the
direction of the bishopric. Handsomely
decorated booths, displaying ornamental
and mefw! articles of handiwork, will be
op display for the benefit r Christmas
siiopner An Interesting programme win
le given ar 'he hall on both days of the
baser. Which closes with a bnll Satur
Pioneer Is at Pe t
Special to The Tribune,
OGDBN, Dec 8 -Impressive funerall
atrvices for John H. Wlnatowi ';r pto-1
near hotel man of Ogden, were held at
the FOurth ward meeting house this!
afternoon al o'clock. Bishop K. A ,
OlBSn hnd charge Of the ?ervreji. Selo'
asare Ming by Mrs Mary Parley, mi- !
"imiii Brown and William Pickett, Th
speaker? were Joatah Ferrin. G. W. Lir
kln. John Seaman and Plhop Oler..
Burial was in the citv cemetery,
License Applied for.
Sre 'tj' to The Tribune,
OGDEN, Dev. . Application fot a re-
tatl ilouor license hs been ftird by o.
VI. Tribe Co with thrt district court.
The company is now conducting a
Wholesale ll'iuor ef ablMhment at .
Twenty-fourth atreet. but wishes also to!
embark' in the trfall business. Tiir ap
plication will be ia:-'-r upon within a
f.. -In v m.
IS HELD I PROVO
i tab County Development
Association Meets io Adver
tise Region's Resources.
THURBER IS PRESIDI NT
Governor Spry Attends and
Suggests Steel Mill for
Special is The Tribune.
provo. !. a. The Utah County De
velopment convention b.eid .e:e today iu
the Provo Commercial -!ub room. was
prononucd a aucceaa from every stand -point,
and it has been predicted thai
the movement set afoot through the
organisation perfected today, will do more
for I'tah coun'y than any effort hereto
fore made by the boosters of tms valley.
The convention was called to order bj
Temporary Chairman Joseph T Fairer
it 11. 80 this morning, and the first busi
ness transacted who the election of .1.
Ilavld Larson Of Provo a secretary. Mr.
Fnrrer. in taking the chair, referred to
Ihe mot It) on (he wall at the head, "A
United I'tah County Boost." and said
ihat this was the best county in the state
in natural resources, and urged he men
preaent to get together and make It
bigg,-r and better' "I trust." said "halr
man Farrer, "thai ihe organisation per
fected here todav will be the means of
developing this county and state more
In the next five years than In any ten
eais of its htstor: ."
Mayor Welcomes Delegates
W. H Kay. mavor of rrovo, in a few
well chosen words welcomed the dele
gaies to the cltv. In part Mayor Rav
"The Industrial development of this
greai .alley Is in its infamy, and the
country, as a whole, it? practically un
developed. There ate great problems io
be solved and great schemes to be worker
out. and all of this must be clone by
public-spirited citizens, who are willing
to l,,naie their lime and sacrifice their
best effort? for ihe good of ihr general
"This work will fall on such men as
you. To the men that do litis work. I
can heartily ny that there is nothing
too good for them In our city.
Ft R. Irvine. Jr.. president of Ihe Provo
Commercial dub was the next speaker,
and he congratulated the convention on
Its representative membership, and again
welcomed th delegates. Mr. Irvine said
further thai this was "the only original
Garden of Kden." and hoped that the
organization would result In "a better
and larger Utah
Hon William M Roylam e wa here In
troduced, and be gave a talk on "get to
gether aid why."
The speaker said he was born In I'tah
county and had lived here nearly all his
life, "and I tell von." ald he, "In making
a trip through the county a few days ago.
I saw resources here thai I did not know
First of all." said Mr. Rovlanee, "we
are Interested in the stale Of I tah. and
second. In the. county f I'lah and its
Committees Are Named.
fler naming the commltteea the con
vention adjourned until 2 p. to The com
mittee oh permanent organisation and
order Of business consists of ore mem
ber from each town, as follows: .1 M
Klrkham. Lehl. Alma GreSnwdod, Ameri
can Fork: A. B. ' OOper, Pieaiant Grove:
K R Irvine. Jr.. Provo; John Smith
Springvllle; C EE. Allen. Maple ton; F.
M. Snell. Spanish Fork: T F Tolhurst.
Payaon; wiiiani smith. Santaqutn; Theo
dore Farley Provo Bench; R W Brere
ton, to repreaent Pleasant view; George
Y. Myers, Highland w c AlbSrtaon.
ESIberta: Brastua Hanson. Palmyra.
The committee on resolutions and by
laws, also one from each city and town
represented, was named aa follows S.
w Ross, Lehl; J. n. storrs. American
Fork: Thomas Adamaon, Pleasant Grove;
W. H Pa". Prqvo; '.. D. Deal. Spring -iiie;
chrl.- Houts. Mapieion. J, Preaton
Creer, Bpanlata Pork; Melvuj Wilson Pas
-mi. N. S. Halladay. Santaquln; Perry A.
Thomas, Leland. Herman Vol me r, Avm
taquln; William M. Ro lance, to repre
sent Pleasant View. Mark Kartchner,
Organization Committee Reports.
On convening In the afternoon the
committee on organisation ami order of
business reported and suggested ihe fol
lowing for offh er-- of the convention'
Chairman. R. T. Thurber of Spanish
Fork: first vice chairman. Thomas Chip-
NO IRE GAS
Not Only Relief, But Cure for All
if you wish ir ba permanently relieved
of i,aa in the Stomach and Bowels, take i
wo BAAl.MANXS GAS-TAKLLTS foi a
BAAI.MANN S GAS-TABLETS are
prepared dlstimily and especially for
Stomach Ga; and particularly fm all tho,
bad effects coining from Gas Pressure.
That empty, cone .md gnawing feel-
Ing at the pit of v...iir stoma h will for-
ever disappear in a few da-v: i ,ai anx i
loUB and nervous ferny. with hrart pal-'
pltatlol, will vanish and op will once!
i.,r,- be ahlS to 'akr a der-p breath, so
often preventer) io gas pressed against
your heart and lungs.
your Hubs arms and fingers won-'
e cold anrl go to hleep. DBCaUBe B A L-
M A N N S OAS-TABLBT8 prev ent gas In
terfering with tha circulation; 'hat m
:en;e drOWalneSS and slSSJpy f'.eling after
dinner Will soon be replaced by h de
sire for aoma form of antortalnment,
Tour distended stomach will reduce by
Inches, because gas simply canned form
after a few da r UBC of BAAI.MANN'S
Another evidence Of hundred of pro.
p!e that have been - uied of Gas In Ihrir
Itomachfl and bowels the last few days:
Mrs. Loulaa Guastl. Loa Angela. Cal.,
writes ar follows- "After taking Bral
mann s uaa-Tablsti one week found R
not nerexsaiy to continue, as 1 fell pei -f.-.
Mrs C M. Bones. Sfbaalopel CaJ .
wriie "i never .w anything that would
take ihe pi1 of Baalmamra ;a--Tab-
Iota. I have been taking inn!mitt for
-Lspepia for ::J !r and my stemarh
wa. if anvt.hlng. w oree than when I be-
usn. t have now beep taking Baalmana'a I
Gas -Table ta for three ik and feel very
Mi W. 11 Booth. 'ire President
Dqultable Savings llank, Loa ngeles, I
sav Baalmann'a Ga-s-Tablei are the I
grestesl and moot effective RamSd eve, )
made for gas In the stomach and bow -
TThSaa Peculiar tablets are .sold 'or .tv I
a bottle bv nearly every druggist. If not
in slock, tell him to get them for vou
from his wholesaler, or send In sli
ver stain pa or money ordei to J b,!!
,.i,ipii '., ." Sutler St.. San Fi 4 n
for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought I
BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF H
In Use For Over 30 Years. I
man of American F'erk. e,-ond vice chair- '
man. Ammon NebSkST Ol Pwvson; thn I
vice chklrman, ira Johnson of Bantacjutn;
fourth 'i'-e president, L. D. Deal Of
Springvllle; seeretarv. j David La BOn
of Provo; asalatanl s.-i r;iin'. F. M. Sneii
Of Spanish Fmk.
The wp.it! was adopted
Alma Greenwood of American Fork. In
his talk on "T'mough Salt Lake n-'Ut-
Trains. Better rrv)c io Southern
Flan." toi,i of the wonderful rosourcsa
being dcvr.ir.pe,l In Mi'lard. Beavet and
Iran counties, iir- referred to those im
mense reservoirs along the Sevier rnej
m Millard ounty.
"The reservoir at the old SevlSr
l!dge. sail fr GreenwoorJ. "lias a
storage capacity of Se,;,0(i acre-. Then
on down 'he river at Leamington Is 'he
Delta ijnd g Irrigation prole, t. where
B large hodv of land la I ring brougl.t I
Under cultivation. Then :i:ere are the
Irrigation projects in Beaver and Iron I
Mr. Greenwood than BpOkS of the won
derful reeourcei vet in be developed In '
Governor Speaks Briefly.
Gov. AN'iiliRm Spry was then Introduced
ami be made a twanty-mlnuta talk, lb
had iiiteiiderj to spend the entire day
looking over the building" and ground"
of the state Mental hospital, bui took!
time to come to the convention and say
a word in encouragement of lt obje. t-'.
"There is no doubt about the good
things In this state .entering in Utah
county," he said. "The great reclama
tion projects of the .-'ale, some now un- 1
der construction and oihers coming, .en
ter here In this beautiful vallev The
future of this countv is assured vvh;i
such men as are seen here tod-iy take
bold and boost. This county is second
in population and third in wealth in
The governor referred especially to
the Strawberry 'aiie- project, whlob
Will, when completed, reclaim 80,001
acres of the best land to be found any-1
where. He told of the Utah Conserva-
tlon company, Ita objects and the great
development It would bring about. When
completed this project would bring un
dar cultivation a quarter of a million
acres of land In I'tah, Salt Lake and;
Spry Proposes Steel Mill.
"Wa are all pretty good fellows." said I
Governor Spiv , ' and we are ail anxious
to do the best we , an for ourselves, j
We arc like the beasts of the field, we
are all '.ooking ,, it for mi; ..u,i interests
The milk dealer would pay vou people
here In Provo 7 or s cent a gallon for
milk, then he would take !t to Sail Lake
and sell it to ns fellows for S cents n
quail. Thus one ? living off the other."
The governor urged the delegates io
work for more railroads "And If you
are united." said he. "vou can get what
aver you want You ' an Just as well as '
not have a great iron and Iteel nuinu- '
facturing establishment here on the j
shores of your beautiful lake. The Iron
ore Is near and coal is In abundant a
Adopt Plan of Organization
The following reiolutlona anrl by-laws
weie read and adopted:
ARTICLES OF THK UTAH DB- 1
VBLOP M J : NT L E AGl'E.
We. cltisena of Utah ounty stae
of I'tah. assoi iatc OUrSSlveS togeth-
ei for the purpose of promoting the
general interest of i tan county; i"
pi i, ,-ure. pre Be rye and disseminate
information In relation to eonmier
clal. financial and Industrial affairs
l ha i may be of general interest and
vain.- to facilitate business Inter
course and to promote equitable
principles, and also to Increase the
octal intercourse among ouraalvai
and ass". Ute?, and to conduct such
other business as will lend to the
betterment and progress of our
, ounl y and slate.
Therefore b,. m and it Is hereby
resolved, 'had such an organisation
be created and that ihe following
arilcley and by-law-s be adopted'.
Article I The name of this or
ganization shall be The Utah Coun
i . Development League.
Article II The OftlCStS of the
league shall con't of n preaident,
i w o vice presidents. a secretary, a
treasurer! and one member from each
city or town of i'tah county, a mem
ber ot the leacne. not otherwlae
i eprei'ented. all of whom excepting
ihe secretary shall constitute
hoard of directors. and shall be
elected annually the first Wedges-
day in December, by a majority
vote of the mem Sera of tha league
pre-ent. A majority of the board
shall constitute a quorum for the
transaction of miv business il.at mav
or i lie interest of the league,
and --ha" have power to name BUCl
CQmmittsea as may be deemed DSC
Article III. The d""e of 'be offi
cers of the P-ague ha.ll be BUCfa SS
are require! of Ihe officers n like
organlsatlona, Roberta's Rules of Or-
der to govern In all meeting".
Anicle IV. Anv itlzen of I'tah
ouht) shall ,,r eligible to membdr-
s!lp upon the payment in the treas
urer of one dollar annoallv.
Article V. Meeting' nf this league
sbaii be held quarterly at such
pia.es. and at such timea may
be dejlgnate.l by the board of gov
ernors. Arthle T. These articles ma ee
amended, altered or repealed and
others adopted from time to lime by
a Iwo-thlrdr vote at any regular
meeting, or at g meeting called for
Some Who Attended.
Attending the Dpventlen were ihe weU
known buaineee men of I uouoty and
siate. a- follow.': Provo. PreatOP G. Peter-on
Sam Schwab, William M. Wll
ion ll w Brerston. R. L. anderbers.
l,irfv Cluff. Charles H. vN'ard. W. P.
Whitehead, T. C. Larson. W. n Brare
ton. C. EEugene Pletcher, r. A Smoot,
g ;f Belmont. James Clayton. John
i;,,- ,.ii.jf i w n-ra loin N . Psrret
L g Holdaway, i d t. Jonea. W. E.
Stoker Wllford F fSilei Hyrum Pane
Mepleton, C B Mien, lames Bpratlev;
Onerlcan Fork. Alma Greenwood Wild
man Murphy, Ge.,rg A' Myers, C Ii
Re.W Joer', H. Storrs, L. tV. Nelson.
N ii Helselt, Hans Chriatenaen, n. E
Hunter John H Woollen; Lehl, James
M. Klrkham. s W. nf. r. F. rrane.
Parley Austen j Ball Lake city. Governor
wiiii-.i Spiv. i. F Collett; Pasrson.
J.i mes '". Tolhurat. Amnion Ner.eker. Met-
ln Wilson. Chnrlen " F rlon William
flEST MO HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHUB.
5tKx VtasBj0sjBa bocTHiNa fcvare ha oeen
aed for ce-er BlXTf VfcARS by M'XJjONh ot
&OTHKBS tor their CUIiXkHN WMJLLfi
TBKVHING with fKRKKCT AQCCKSa g
KKJTHK the CHUC SOFVKNB 'be OUW9.
Ai-. ave all PAJ CORKS WIND COUC and
at ;h best rctnaoy tor jjiakrhta. n is ab
tea Kb' harmtea Be sure aod a t tor Mra, '
Wiosto'z eoothlng byrup. aad take mo cUias
ba. Twaory-bT CSSBS bottle.
R Eleatoi Santaquln, N S. Hotdawav. y,
taon, J. ll. Tw. vein Johnson '
,o-se ',';i,. :dab Wllllsm Nelson. fjV
panlah l-'ik. R. T. Thurber. D. T. Tew.
Q W -i. I, ' A. Stone. Brastua Han
son. W, A. Jonea. J Preston Creer. Sol
dier Summit, Herman Voimer. jj-.w
Addrcs-er. m Afternoon.
Dn Ing ;lie afternoon addresses wer
liner- ai follows: .ijfl
"Our Hea'-th and Happiness." by Dr. l-jw
J. ieph Hughes of Spanish Fork. , rip
"Draining I'tah Iike." Prof. E. S. JjiS!
Hinckley. Prcvo. 'fi2
"Telephone Service and Rates," John
Smith, Spt ir.gv ille. P sjS
"A Greater Wa'r- Supply." A. E. ; jf
Cooner Pleasant Grove. I1
' el programme was finished
a discusfclon of a'fulfa weevil followed
based on the declaration that there was
no necesalt? for dlacrlmmatlon againsv
seed raised In T'lah TlS
Samuel Nelaon. president of thn San
taquln Commercial club, asserted that
there was no alfil.'a WOOVll In T'tab.
A. 'arpenier. :i see.jvman of Provo. ex- r
plained that the weevil was shipped Inl
thia country from France In straw used
He also explained thai 'he weevil was
B kind of gelatine pea which, lodged on
tl f to.,ir ..e the alfalfa.
In the spring this pea-like substance
germinates and the worm crawls up the
talk and lay fKH on fiie plant, afte
which the worm becomes a miller. Th.
rggs In their turn became a pea-like aub
Itance whMi fasten on the roots In turn
Weevil Not in the Seed.
Mr Carpenter aald it was imposiD,
tr ship weevil out of the stale in lucern
or alfalfa seed.
During ;,:'' ISSlon II transpired
that Utah waa loalng a quarter of a mil
lion dollars av.nuall- owing to the un
thinking discrimination against alfalfa
seed. s i'1 j iT
Las year 150 carloads were sold at
14004 I ' a r Thla year ! i at s ha.i beer,
fold at laoen a ear.
The weevil matter was disposed of by
a resolution referring the entire sub
ject to the hoard of directors for what
ever action they saw fit.
Permanent officers were elected as fol
President -Robert T Thurber. Spanish
PTrel rice d resident Dr. J. f Noses.
second vice presldsnt -Melvln Wilson,
Secretary J. 'avid Larssn. Provo
Treasure; . ft. Packaid Sprlngvil.e
Dire tors- 8. W. Ross, Lehl: Josgph T
Farrer. Provo; A. E. Cooper, Pleasati'
Grove; B. R- Nelson. Santaquln. N. C
Christiansen, Salem: George a. Hone.
Benjamin: w. fi Okelberry, Goshen: W.
. Vlbertson. Blberta; Benjamin Fullmer.
Alpine; R. Q- Curtis, Moaida; Hermann
Vollmer, Avlntaquln: George T. Mvers.
Highland. W. T Tew. M.ipleton: ' M
Creer Leland; Braxton Barnett, Spiir.g
Lake; I H. Jonea Tike Shore: Flias
Gardner, Thlatle: C. Wlnwood, Clinton
B, ir. Nason. Tucker; J H. Stratton
Provo; Lyman Marble. COlton; J 0
ione. Vineyard: W. T Thomas. Pair
field: w. j. Taylor. Lakevlew; J. C Tuui-
v at Li nrlen; J. P .".am :, i"'-lr For'
Fred Perguaon, Pleasant. View; R. D
Wadley, Sianiia: Cooper Anderaon, Olm-
The reie3ater were entertained tonight
b) a musical programme under the direc-
ion of Prof. A C. Llind of the Prle""air
J iunf university Refre.iirnent we-,
An Alarm At Night
I hat strikes icrror to the entire houae
o ; ifl the loud, hoarse an1 metallic
couch of croup. No mistakine if. and
i fortunate tben the luckv parenta wbe
keep Folsy'a Hoocv and Tar Compound
on band. II. W. CgtsChnas, Canton.
Y.. save-, --it ia worth irs weight la
eold. Our little children are troubled
with croup and hoarsenes". and all we
gire tbem is Folev 'a Honey aud Tar
Compound, r klwayg have a bottle of it
11 tho house.- Schramm Johnson
Drue-. "Ths Xcver-'rubstitutora-"
I'i v. 0 (',, tool stores.
IS TO GIVE BALI.
SaU Lake council No 151T. Royal Ai - Ot?W
' rru:n will hold us annual bal! in Odeon i, -
Imll tA'rdcidav evening. December 13 'vl&lS
I . commltteea In charge have been cijig9)
WO l itis en the arrangements for some fgUofl
. time and promlae that this vear s be'l WfiW
v.-: he even a giraiet .-n.ee;.! ll. an pie- 'jq W
.,:- one ave been. The commiltet" arlc
are as folows. IK
Reception -T S Klnnersley, chairman. j
v- S. Anderaon, J Q CrlUfalow. w. 1 blip'
Price. Murra Sullivan, G. K. s-mitl:. E. lc ?!
L Smith, B L Jones, W. J Showaker.
H. A Brdman E F. McDonald. Albert 'W'-U'
Programme-Charles W. Prlc. chair- )
1 man. v. W. Gardiner. C. V Jennings,
r;e'ierhments Jack Tu-krteld. chair- 4
'man: Bmeal Chlrilng. Henn.- Couljun.
I: . it a tb-n- ''auM. BeenK.r. chairman.
II l Baaaett B R. Flsk. 8
rrangenisntB--Geoiga Bush, chairman
a id ft-nanugei . 1 b-or' Patter. H. C
Bsldwln. James porter 1. L Prdoe, Jr.
l l VR M R S CLEMENSON
MAY H WE PERISHED
l tide- d.it of November 30. an Oak- ?$?S
land. CaL newspaper gives an account lilfct
of the escape Mri n. B. Ctemewfon
from a aanltarlura at St. Helena, t 1 $-!?.-;
and her prohahla death: Mr? Clemenson vfjx
was the wife of the Rev. N. B. Clemen- Mfij
ton, : lerly pastor ot ne Prbyt- Msg
rlnn church at Logan, this state. He ten llfS
Logan B raw years ago and went to Ban Utt-
amelmo, ca'.. on account of the in- iedS
hesith of Mis. ciamenaon. miiwl
While undergoing treatment at tne ii
Bl Helena sanitarium Mra Cltmeneon rs:
entlv eluded the guards and wandered
awav Into thr bills. A areful searcli J-',
wa.. made tor h.r tor several l"yJ,'1,b"! i: 1
no trace "( b!' eauM be found, n a
thought she either wandered far oft m . , ,
asooda and periahed or eras drowned i ; it
Io BOme stream. . . J
Mr Clrmensoai recently resigned hts
pastorate at Ran Ane!mo to becorr.'
manager Of the Mann Coontl Promotion KJk
sN DIEGO. CBl., Dec. k. The four BEa
ir'rd lumbal achooner Irene. Captain Blla-
Mlti 1 bound fr this port from th- Rrft
"orth is aahore oft Ballast Point, near tt Hit
:he antranoa to ihe harbor. The vassal
had declined B "; and aitempte.) to enter fc.A
-, . ,,i' nude, '.nl 1 b. h morning I
., expected that nhe wW be floated at BT?
extreme high tide tomorrow The .rKorP.T m
appear" to be in no danger. I &