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H g THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, JA.NUARY 11, 1913.
IiFIGJfT ON TO OUST
Charged With Defying' Com
missioners in Refusing to
Issue a Saloon License..
EXTRA COUNSEL' NAMED
Instructed, to .Take Action, to
Remove, the Accused
- : $eS3F'
Special to The Tribune.
PRICE;' Utah, Jan. 10. Proceedings, to
remove County Cleric C. A. Pierson from
ofIce on a charso of mieconduet have
"been taJcsn here by the board of com
missioners of Carb.on. county. This ec
tlon results directly from a controversy
between County Cleric Plcrson and the
commissioners over the granting, on Jan
nary 6, of IUjuor licenses to Fred Patcr
noster of Sunnysldo and John Dlamantl,
proprietor of what la known as the Half
Way house, between Castle- Onto and
The two licenses wore granted after n
long scssslon on January G, when argu
ments pro and con were presented by
y representatives of the concerns intorcst-
H ed. County Attorney C. C. McWhinncy
and M. P. Braffol, reprcBcntlng the Ut:ih
Fuel company, which operates largo coal
mines at Sunhysldc, opposed tho srrant
j inp of the licenses. The applicants were
1 represented by Samuel A. King, altor-
IJ ncy of Salt hake. Mr. Braffot took the
stand that Ealoons at either place would
sivo the company miners rendezvous
where Association with labor agitators
might result In difficulties at all the Car
bon county coal camps.
Pierson Is Accused.
The licenses were finally granted, but
it Is declared that County Clerk Pierson
only recorded that of Dlamantl. When
Paternoster called for his license, he was
refused, it Is alleged. It la also declared
that when tho commissioners took up the
matter with County Clerk PJcryon, the
latter Informed them he would "Issue the
licenses when he got around to it and
not before," and that he would "not al
low Jus deputies to Issue -them."
The commissioners requested the county
clerk to attend a meeting and take proper
minutes of the granting of tho licenses.
County Clerk Pierson refused, it is as
serted, whereupon the hoard appointed a
special deputy, who recorded the board's
action. The commissions adopted a reso
lution that proceedings bo Instituted
againat the counts' clerk under chapter
S, compiled laWH of Utah, and that the
accusation of misconduct in office be filed
against him as prescribed by law In such
Special Counsel NamecL
The commissioners also declared that
County Attorney McWhlnney knew of tho
meeting, but did not attend and Instruct
ed certain county officials not to fol
low tho orders given by the board, and
also not to be present at the meeting.
C. S. Price- was appointed as special
counsel, and was Instructed to take such
action as might he necessary to remove
the county clerk from office.
In connection with tho controversy,
the appointment of County Clork Plcr
xon's wlfo as' a deputy In his office has
been disapproved and rescinded by tho
il KNIGHT FOR MIDLAND TRAIL;
I Attends Meeting and Favors tha Trano.
I continental Route Through .Provo.
I Special to The Tribune,
I PROVO, Jan. 10. "Uncle Jesse"
I Knight became active In the Midland
I tiul! movement tonight when he attend-
cd a meeting of the local Midland Trail
association at the Commercial club and
enthusiastically boosted the project of
having the. trail pass through. Provo. Mr.
Knight was named a member of the
membership committee, which was in-
rroased to twenty at tonight's session.
"Uncle Jesse" said he had written to
George Storrs of Price Canyon and urged
him to boost the project in that vlcln-
H Chairman W. H. Ray and Commisslon-
r Charles Ward also addressed the
meeting. Commissioner Ward announced
that he had secured a number of pho-
tographs showing scenery In the vicinity
of Provo anJ that they would be pub-
Mslied In the next Issue of "Motor Field."
The meeting favored a route through
Price canyon, which would cut off about
xorty miles from the route planned at
IEcsorvation Laud for Leasing.
Special to The Tribune.
POCATELLO. Ida., Jan. 10. The new
board of governors of the Commercial
club of Pocatello held its regular meet
ing yesterday and enjoyed a banquot.
The clulv has- decided to advertise widely
the fact that there are 10,000 acres of
desirable Irrigated land located on tho
Fort Hall Indian reservation, five miles
north of the city, which are for lease on
evy favorable terms In lots of ISO acres.
The leasee will run Jlve years and there
is no money consideration whatever, the
only requirement being that at the ex
piration of that time lessee leave the land
fenced and at least one-half In alfalfa.
The soil Is virgin and the experience of
the prpscnt f-ttlcrs goes to show that
the bet cropa can be produced.
I Take- Body to Nephi.
Special to The Tribune.
XEPHI. Jan. 10. The bo3y of olra.
Rebecca Udall, who died at the home of
her daughter, Mra. Mary U. Stewart. In
Alamo. on January 7, was brought
to Nephl yesterday for burial. Mr. and
Mrc. W. T. Stewart accompanied the
body to Ncphl.
The funeral of Mies Bcrna Pyper. who
died in' Salt Lake of tumor of the brain,
was held hero yesterday afternoon.
Bishop T. H. G. Parken presided. Tho
following spoke of the life and good
works of Miss Pyper: James D. Pexton.
lames Garrett, Bishop Parkes and John
W. Ord. Miac Pyper was IS vcars of
IRoylancc GoeB to Mooting,
Special to Tho Tribune.
PP.OVO. Jan. 10. William M, Roylince
left today for New Orleans to attend the
convention of tho Western Fruit Jobbers
aesoctitlon. which meetn there January
15, 16, 17 and IS. Mr. Koylanee is treas
urer of this association, and. accord
ing to word which dame from the leaders
of that orgavlzatlon today, he la slated
for president of the coming convention.
Mr. Roylancc Is one of the largest
jrowcrK and dealers in the west and has
taken a keen interest In the fruit lndun
try of the intermountaln region. He left
1 Sues Tor Eight of Way.
Hl Special to The Tribune .
Hl PROVO, Jan. 10. Thf'Dftnvr & ri0
1 'Irande has brought suit against Milton E.
HI Price arid others to condemn land In
Spanish -Fork anyon for a right-of way
for changes now being made in ita tracks
H and yajda at that place.
f LEGISLATORS BEGI
Scoresof Proposed Laws Are
Suggested by the Lawrhak
, ers of Idaho.
Special' to The- Tribune. ' :" '
BOISE, Ida., Jan. 10. The .twelfth
Idaho legislature "was showered with bills
today, immediately following tho organ
ization of the house, many of tho meas
ures calling for the most pronounced
progressive legislation. The sc,na( passed
tho "?62,000 legislative appropriation bill
.to pay flsponMs, Bent it-to. -the houeo fronv
which It originated and the meannre whs
forthwith passed to Governor Haines for
Tho first railroad commission bill call
ing for the supervision of all railroads In
the "state by o, state commission was In
troduced in the house by Representative
Ferguson of Bannocic county. It is predicted-
that at ieast ten other similar
measures will bo launched In the two
houses of the legislature before tho ses
sion is half over.
Gooding, Minidoka and Franklin coun
ties were created on paper whon bills
asking for thoir formation were Intro
duced. Minidoka and Gooding counties
wish to be made, up of territory In what
Is now Lincoln county. Franklin county
Seeks. to bo created out of Oneida.
Measures calling for tho creation or j
two new judicial districts', one to be
composed of Latah and Idaho counties
and tho second to bo formed out of Adams
and Washington counties, woro Intro
duced in both, the house and the senate.
I Tho Bannock county delegation intro
duced measures calling for an appro
! prlation or 51 10.000 for thi Academy
of Idaho at" Pocatello through the sale
of bonds, logcthor with a companion bill
asking for a onc-fourth-mlll tax levy to
support that Institution.
House joint resolution Introduced by
Representative Ferguson of Bannock
county calls for a' constitutional conven
tion, and house joint resolution by Rep
resentative M3son of Latah county me
morializes congress to give relief in tho
three-year homcutcacl bill to Eettlers on
Senator Kdgington of Bonneville coun
ty Introduced a "blue oky" law, copied
largely after the famous Kansas law.
The senate adjourned until tomorrow
and tho house until Monday morning.
Motto of Idaho Hardware and Implement
Special to The Tribune.
BOISE, Ida-, Jan. ,10. Adopting as
their motto "Compulsory Honesty." the
Idaho state .Hardware . and- Implement
Dealers association, In session here to
day, declared against catalogue and mail
order houses, 'through the adoption of a
The association Went on record as not
only opposed to the mal order houses",
through the resolutions adopted, but also
branded dishonest advertising and asked
that It be . prohibited, that catalogue
houses advertise, what they do not havd
and fall to deliver.-
Tho association cloeod its conclave with"
a big banquet at the Owyhee tonight.
John Maclalne of Natnpa vrns elected
president and L. M. Parish of 'Boise, sec-,
OUSTED FROM OFFICE.
Two Idaho County Commissioners CoI
lect Illegal Fees.
Special to The Tribune.
BOISE, Ida., Jan. 10. The supremo
court of this 6tate today summarily re
moved W. D. Huffaker and John Empcy,
commissioners of Bonneville county, from
office and fined each $500 for charging
and collecting illegal fees while engaged
In the capacity of performing tho duties
of the office of county commissioners.
The order- of the supreme court was
lesucd to Judge Gwlnn of tho district
court for Bonneville county. The term of
office of both commissioners expires next
Monday. Tho charges against Huffaker
were instituted by B. A. Robinson and
B. C. Crowley was the Informant against
John IDmpoy. The caso was tried in the
district court and dismissed. Appeal was
taken to the supreme court.
Return From Inaugural.
Special to The Tribune.
POCATELLO, Ida., Jan 10. Pocatello
society people who were favored with
invitations to the .inaugural ball at
Boise Wednesday night are returning and
state that the affair far eclipsed any
previous event -of Its kind In the state
capital. Among those attending from
Pocatello were former Governor James
H, Brady, former State Auditor Theo
dora Turner and Mrs. Turner, former
District Judgo D. W. Standrod. Mrs.
Standrod, Mies Van Wurmer. Mr. and
Mrs. M. E. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. IT. A.
Jacobs and Mr. and Mrs. W. E, Cara
valls. Sovcral parties were given by society
people of Bolae In honor of different
members of the Pocatello delegation.
Contractons Arc Sued.
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO, Jan. 10: Milton E. Prico of
Salt Lake, who owns extensive property
In Spanish Fork canyon, filed suit for
$10,000 damages alleged to have been
done to his property by John Doe Mal
com, Malcom Bros.. Robert McElwIn, the
Utah Construction company and the
Chrl6tensen Construction company, who
have been" working In the canyon for the
Denver ii Rio Grande railroad. He also
got a. temporary restraining order from
the court prohibiting the contractors
from continuing their operations on his
property. He alleges that the contractors
nave torn down, fences, destroyed build
ings and constructed grades for tracks
on his property.
Spanish. Fork Woman Dies.
Special to Tho Tribune,
SPANISH FORK, Jan. 10. Mrs. E. H.
Johnson, a highly respected lady, died
thlr. morning cf pneumonia. Mrs. John
son Is survived by a husband and sev
eral children. She was a native of Ice
land and had been a retident hero for
a number of years.
In Railroad W orlJ,
J. Eow Clark Due,
J. Roes Clark, vice president of tho
Salt I-ike Route, is expected to pass
through 8alt Lake today on his way to
To Submit FropoDltion.
Olflclals of tho Utah Light & Railway
company yesterday held a meeting at
which the details of a. proposition were
arranged to submit to the city engineer,
relative to the exit from this city by the
line of the company to Bountlrul. Tho
street through which the company wishes
to leave tho city Is too narrow for tracks
and the officials of the company pro
poer to put ono of their tracks on some
vacant Iota adjoining the street In Or
der not to interfere Alth the regular
Cures all blood humors, all i
eruptions, clears the complex
ion, creates an appetite, aids
digestion, relieves that tired
feeling, gives vigor and vim.
Get It lo'day In usual liquid fori" or
.chn , ' '9d. tablets called Sar '
MUNICIPAL LEAGUE OF .
' "UTAH IS IN SESSION
Spoclol to The Tribune.
AMERICAN FORK, Jan 10 Tho
seventh annual, convention of tho Munici
pal iStato League of Utah was called to
,order..thls. morning at 10. o'clock by Pres
ident J. F. Noyea of American Fork.
Rollcal) showed that Ihlrty-clghi towns
and cities were represented at the first
mooting. Many more came In during the
Prayer wan offered by the Rev. AVUd
man Murphy of American Fork.
Mayor J. R Noyes of American Fork
marie the. address of .welcome.. 'Mho re
sponse wa.s by Mayor Decker of Provo
At tho afternoon seHfiion the llo,uor
question was discussed at length, as was
also tlui sale of tobacco to miners and
how best to control each of theso ovlls.
At 7:S0 o'clock a public -meeting wae
hold, at which Dr. W. R. Caldorwood and
Nephl L. Morris of Salt Lake wcro the
In tho evening tha visitors attended a
grand ball in the Apollo hall.
Two sessions of the convention will be
held tomorrow. Governor William Spry
and a number of other state officials will
bo present. A grand banciuol will b
given In honor of the guests tomorrow
ovonlhg at 7;?.0 o'clock.
ALLEGED BURGLAR IS
HELD ON SUSPICION
Yet anolhor alleged burglar full Into
the hands of -Motorcycle Patrolmen W.
Ill; Ucndrrck,'cn and James Woodard at
l:S0 o'clock yesterday morning. Mo gavo
his namo as Joe Connors, 2G years of age,
and la hold as being tho partner of N.
Allon, arreHtcd two hours before. Allun
confessed to havLng acted as "lookout"
for a. man Who was Hying lo gain n
t ranee to the Boston bar. Third Went and
Second South streets, and gave the po
llcomrn a description of his partner. The
two motorcycle men took up tho trail
of tho second man in the snow and over
took Connors at Sixth East and First
South streets. He tallied with- tho de
scription and was Immediately arrested.
AVIFE SLAYER STILL
CLINGS TO OWN LIFE
Up to an early hour this morning, lit
tle change was reported In the condition
of Chris M. Chrlatonscn. who lies In St.
Marks hospital with three bullet holes
through his chest. Inflicted by-his own
hand' after he had murdered his wife, at
their home. 271 West Seventh' South
street, Tuesday night.
SUSPECTED OF HOLDUP
Cruz Gonzales, a MoquI Tndlan. bup
pected of being the man wanted In Bing
ham In connection with a rc-cent holdup
there, was 'arrested by Patrolman Cook
at 2 o'clock this morning, and held at
the city jail. Gonzales said that ho came
from Colorado several months ago, but
had recently been employed In Bingham.
Charged, With Fighting.
' dene Lamont, 22 years of age. and W.:
E. .Means. 2ff. .were arrested at Third
South and West Temple streets, at 12:3Q
o'clock last plghi by Patrolman Lund;
on a charge, of fighting. Means fur
nished cash ball. Lamont was locked up
for tho night.
Faces Robhery Charge.
T. Hall, -il years of age. was arrested
by Detectives Lyon and Gillespie last
night on a charge of robbcrv. Halt Is
alleged to have stolen a watch from Axel
Addison of 250 North Second West street,
while the two were In the Council bar
at S East First South street, yesterday
Plauning for Ball.
A meeting of the Bachelor Knights was
held last night to discuss plans for thpir
second annual ball, to bo riven at tho
Hotel Utah on Easter Monday night,
March 24. An entertainment committee
was appointed, to ha.ve general supervi
sion over the arrangements for the af
fair, which will be ono of the most elab
orate of the winter. The following were
appointed to act as the general enter
tainment committee: XI. A. Kane. A. W.
Gorey, T. J. O'Brien. S. . A Maglnnls.
Dr. J. J. Galllgan; M. J, "Hyland and S.
Kitchen Cleanser & Manufacturing
company of Ogden; capital stock. $100,
000, In shares of SO cents each; William
F. Russell, president: Walter "Bingham,
vice president: Arthur S. Bingham, sec
retary and treasurer. .
- Ogden lodge No.. 5. Independent Order
of Odd Fellows:-William C. Harrington,
noble grand; Henry Kissel, secretary;
Edward Trullingcr, James McBeth and
John L Dunn, trustees.
Weather forecast for Salt Lake City
and the state of Utah Local; Fair Sat
urday and colder Sunday.
Comparative weather data at Salt Lake
City, January 1.0. 1013;
Highest, temperature today was 2G de
grees', highest In this month since 1S74
was GO degrees; lowest last nighl was
21 degrees; lowest this month since 1S71
was 20 degrees below zero: mean tem
perature for today was 21 degrees; nor
mal was 23 degrees; accumulated defi
ciency since the first of the month is
Relative humidity at 6 a. tn. today was
S2 per cent' relative humidity at t; p. m.
today -was 70 per cent.
Total precipitation for- the twenty-fonr
houre ending at G p. m. was .20 of an Inch:
total for this month to-date Is .37 of an
Inch; accumulated deficiency for this
month lo dale Is .12 of an inch; total
prcclplt.-itlon lncc January 1 to date Is
.C7 of an Inch
Sun rlacs 7:.")2 a, m.; sun sets 3;30 p.
m.. January .11. ID 13.
SALARIES OF FEW
County Commissioners Cut
for Sheriff's Force.
. Kecommendatious for salary in
creases among the sheriff's i'orco mot
with scant -consideration by : the county
commissioner 3'cstcrday. With fow
exceptions applications for au increase
wore denied. Following is the salary
achedulo as'l'ixod by the board:
Atba T. Williams, chief deputy, $150
a. month as recommended;.. li. b. Ed
dington, chiof crimiual deputy, $125 as
recommended : I. "V. Smith. Jr., crinii
ual deputy, $100 in place ot! $110 rec
ommended; David jU. Guest, criminal
deputy. $100 in place- o $110 recom
mended; r. W. Earl, crimiual. deputy,
same reduction from recommendation;
Samuel Whittle, criminal deputy, same
reduction-:. Jt. r. Bcokstoad, criminal
deputy, same; W. B. Booth, C h. Schet
tier, "D. P. Thomas'." civil" deputies, samo
reduefciou; Alexander Buchanan, licenoe
collector, '$100 as recommended; Hazol
Taggart, stenographer, $75 iu place ot
jjfJO recommended; Sanford W. Hedges
chauffeur, $100 as recommonded; J. E.
Burbidge. chief ."jailer, $125 as recom
mended; TYcd A. Ellia and 1. A. Emery,
.iailcrs, $100 as recommended; Georgo
H. Spcrry, 1'crdinand Billcter and. John
B. Taylor, assistant .nailers, $85 as rec
ommended; Ernest E. Brown, Jamos
Hilton, IT. P. Mj-ton, W. Frank Hill
and J. M. Hansen, conrt bailiffs, $80
in placp of $85 recommended: George
A. Phillips, deptrty at Garfield, $05 Tn
place of $100 recommended; Otto Whit
bock. Nephi S. Jensen, Julius Soronsen.
depvtics at Bingham, $95 in place of
$100; Tra Beckstcad, deputy at Mid
vale. $95 in place of $100 as recom
mended: Patrick Savage, deputy at
Lark, $75 as rocotnmcndccl.
Says Consumers Must Not
Look to City to Thaw
Frozen Service Pipes.
Victims of broken and frozen water
pipes continue to beBet the office ot
tho water department with unceasing
demands for relief. Scores of com
plaints were received yesterday, and
though all available crews are being
worked until midnight every night,
there are many homes still "without
"This department is not responsible
for frozen service linos,' ' declared W.
H. Korus, city water commissioner yes
torday. "Ninety per cent of the com
plaints received :by us refer to troubles
that the iiidividualcitizeDS are respon
sible, for. Thero are practically no
frozen mains to coutcud with, but
every citizen without water ' insists
that we aro to blame, wheu. as a mat
ter of fact, iu almost every caso our
mon have discovered that the private
service pipe is frozen, which is a mat
ter .for the plumbers, not tho water de
partment. fPor instance, one of our most in
sistent complainants yesterday was pos
itivc tho water mains -wore frozen. Our
men went to . much trouble excavatiug
and found the main all right. They
they tested the private service line and
found that all right. Finally they en
tered tho consumer's premises and
found that the water had been shut off
in some manner inside tbo house. II 2
alono was to blame. His pipes were not
frozeu nor broken. . It was just a caso
TAX LAW REVISION
IS UNDER DISCUSSION
To consider a new report mado neces
sary by the failure of the constitutional
amendments to pass at the. last election,
the state board of commissioners on
taxation and revenue met with tho board
of examiners in the governor's office
yesterday. Tho board had planned and
still plans a sweeping revision of tho
present tax laws, but the defeat of the
constitutional amendments referring to
taxation has forced the board to .a re
alignment of Hg recommendations to
Among' olhcr things, the board will rec
ommend aii entirely now method of tax
ing public utility corporations so as to
provide a more equitable distribution of
this form of tax revenue among tho coun
ties of the state. Under the present sys
tem the wealthier counties get nearly all
and the poor counties: almost nothing.
The provisions of the report were dis
cussed at length at yesterday's meeting,
but tho report was not filed pending ad
dition: to bn mado to it.
HUMANE SOCIETY IS
Officers of the humane society, assist
ed by the local police, are rigidly en
forcing the law requiring the blanketing
of standing horses during the cold weath
er. Some trouble is being experienced
In compelling teamsters to blanket their
animals, but officers of tho society de
clare that more horses aro blanketed this
winter than ever before.
Yesterday Humane Officer John Houk
found an unblanketod team standing on
Main street- He took the horses in
charge and later they were claimed by J.
W. Miller, a Millard county farmer. Mil
ler was arrested on a charge of cruelty
to animals, furnished his ball, and prom
ised to obey tho law iu tho future.
Caterers Pre-eminently Superior
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108 Main St. Wasatch 135. S63 Main St.
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gti scarsf of brook mink, genuine- in natural shade 2-clasp styicCIa1- fmok
fox, grey and sable squirrel, regular 50c quality tho pair OSbi
8 :"tU t0 ?W'00 CaCt5$"& WOMEN'S GLOVES-Chamoisette M
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H FUR SCARFS Cape style ular $1.00 quality the pair W
beautiful black French coney WOMEN'S GLOVES -Black ' VSS
1 -hea; an?nlk tn M jm and grey mocha-silk lined-
I 7rth t0 50 eaQh-t0MBO one and two-clasp styles-full $1 QQ3
close $200 valuethe pak 1hOT;S
m FUR SCARFS Coney and sa- CORSETS The well known N. H. A j J
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M WOMEN'S . VESTS Fleece lined patterns and filled with fluffy vhit9jjjg
m cotton, cream' and grey regular "I1P batting each
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M INFANTS' HOSE-Cashmere, in " Pds, in all colors-yard
M black and blue small sizes only ! 18c PERCALES Best made
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