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III mm caucus
' HUSH CALLED
I Representatives Burnett and
8 I Sherwood Arouse Wrath -
I r in the House. ' . .
; AIMED AT- WARSHIPS
' Result May Be a Tie-up of
I the Public Buildings
Q . By International Xt?T Service.
1 WABHIXGTON. Fob. 4. ?cprcnta-
I Uvea Burnett of Alabama, and Sherwood
, of Ohio aroused the wrath of tdl advo-
S catea in the houso of a two-battle8hlp
1 ' progriunme by circulating a petition for
-I tn "economv caucus." The petition ro-
n eelved the r.lgnalures of twenty-five
aBRt Democrats, the required number of mira-
m!q f bers to Justify .Representative Burleson.
HH chairman of the caucuv, to Issue tlio calL
BlMI No date for the holding of tho caucus
Hm k wan set In tho call.
WKjJ The houso committee on navnl affairs
BwHj trill meet next "Wednesday to decide
KU when a vote shall be taken In committee
mm f on the question of battleships' authorlza-
nHfl tlon and tho naval Increase programme
As forecaattd In. the New York Amer-
H lean, the consensus of opinion is that
BHI t the committee will report In favor of
HHKB . adding two battleship to the United
UKfl ' f-'tates navy no long as the other world
Bnlfl power? continue to Increase their arma-
jMgJg There wa unfavorable comment among
KW9 k house members favoring tho greater
Ek f navy that Burnett and Snorwood should
Kfl I hvo based their call for a Democratic
MKJl 1 caucuf on economy grounds. It was
MK?) pointed out that Burnett, acting chair
IKaBl) ( man of the houso committee on public
Bf( buildings and grounds. Is soon to bring
BWH . from his committee a bill appropriating
Kg $30,000,000 for public buildings through-
HHfr! i 0,,t- Jfe country This is the recognised
! I 'Prk barrel" bill of congress. oftend-
Kfj I Ing In thin repect the rivers and har-
HKj. f bors bill.
H , Pushes Pension Bill.
gffij General Sherwood pushed through the
HHu ' congress lift spring and Miccccflcd In get
BBS ting President Taft to approve a bill ln
HD creasing pension payments over $75,000,
BK9 W'O a year. It In held that Burnett and
KBfl Sherwood come with bad grace to argue
BgHH economy of tho house In view of pres
ent desires and past accomplishments,
I "If Burnett Is going to oppose the- two
t battleships this year." said Rcpresenta-
, tlvo lee. Pennsylvania, a member of the
naval affairs committee, "let frlcnda of
battleships and of the navy tie up the
J public building bill, I am rwdy to do
1 thin. The tlmo If short for the passage
of appropriation bills. Little other leg-
Islatloti can get through. Objection to
an appropriation bill, If persisted in.
might Insure its defeat. "Wc cot along
last year without a public building np-
;, proprlatlon bill- We can got along with-
' out one this year with Ioh6 danger to
1 the country than would come about
' through the crippling of the navy."
Not Political Question.
Mr. Lec Is one of tho Democrats: in the
house who does not think that the quts
i tlon of national defense should be made
the subject of a partisan political cau
cus. He thinks that all members of the
house should bo left freo from party
ties to voto .on the subject as his In
formation and" the dceirca of his dis
trict shall prompt.
representative Murray, Massachusetts,
ifc another member who holds simitar
views. There Is a movement on foot
among prominent members to organize
a. right fn the caucus against tho rule
which permits, the calling, of a confer
ence with twonty-fivi: signatures. This
rule has been opposed by most of the
house leaders. It Is held that under it
a caucus ran be called on any aubjoct
because of tho ease wth which twenty
five slgnaturcfl can be obtained to any
petition. An effort Is to be made to re
quire caticuc colls to be'irtgned by ut
leant 50 per cent of the unending- members.
I FORMER SALT LAKER
COURTS MORE TROUBLE
t'HICAOO. Feb. A. Ottoman Zar
Auusht Manlsh, who wnt a printer on a
a't Lake newnpapor before becoming
iitUo master" of the "Sun Cult." was
ordered taken Into custody todav bv
fedora! officials to be Interrogated" concerning-
reports that he way preparing
tp Hue to New Orleans In violation of'
the terms of his $10,000 bond on which
he was given his liberty shortly after his
Indictment by a federal grand Jurv on
barges of using the molls to defraud.
T he fedrral officials received Informa
Kon that Hanlsh had dismantled his
palntially furnished "tooiplc" on the
south side with a view to transferring the
bcadquartera of the cult to Now Or
leans. Hanlsh -was brought to the offico of xhe
district attorney and it was stated that
a federal Judge will bo asked to Inves
tigate reports that the "Utile master"
already had made trips beyond the Jurls
'Hcllon of the court In violation of his
I MUST PAY FOR AD
INSERTED ON SUNDAY
ST. LOUT?. Mo.. Feb. 1. The St. Louis
ourt of appna! today refused to apply
inc Missouri "blue law" to save a ldal
uiercnaut from paying for an advertise
ment in the Sunday Post-Dispatch.
Th merchant .-ought exemption from
'tic debt on the plea that the publica
tion of a newspaper on Sunday was a
violation of the Sundav law.
The court of appeals ruled that as tho
merchant was a party to the contract for
publication of hla advertisement on .Sun
day he could not Invoke the Sunday law
, 'o secure release from payment.
V similar cno before the Kansas court
- of appeals was decided In an opposite
"runner nl th entire matter now will
: e takrn to the stato supreme court for
I CASTRO TO SPEAK
AT PUBLIC MEETING
f" T01?r' Fcb" i;-Clprlkno tro.
rofner president of Venezuela -rrhn t
awaiting under ball in this city a hSrtnB
r Secretary Nagel. continued todBv to
?pend hk time In hl0 hotel room over.
ZW"? Crn r The general re
ceived several visitors.
, i,Za" a"noVRCf(,Llon,P.Ht that General
astro TvlII be the principal speaker
Thursday r.lcht nt a mc-iting to he hold
o" -Srit 'e hn.,,ndcr the auspices
" tp CU'.ztr, Castro Protest conference.
I SUPREME -COURT TO
REVIEW NELSON CASE
IKFFEnSON CITY. Mo.. Fb. 4. The
euprimo court is expected to take
1;7?Jh rp;'',cn: f habeas corpus an
p:ieatJon in the rontomnt of court case
sant tViMUm H. Nel?on. editor and
wnr.r of tile ICanaaa City Star, at the
"-n term of rourt.
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BEL MIES RAGTIME
Stringent Regulation Pro
posed, Directed at Dance
Halls and Dances.
Twenty -Third Day in the House.
Bill Introduced legislating
against ""turkey trot" and liko
Now bill provides strict Sunday
Torren's land title-Bystom pro
poocd in lengthy measure.
"Blue sky" law offered.
Election and registration laws
amended in important particulars
in houso bills.
special 'order for 3 o'clock thio
Presently It will ho perilous Indeed to
danco tho frolicsome "turkey trot,' tho
"Texas' Tommy," or tho "grizzly bear."
That Ih to say, It will be perilous to Indulge
In these terpalchorean whirlings If the
Hooper bill becomes a law. The Hooper
hill was Introduced in the house yester
day by the rentleman from Weber. It
specifies by name some of the dances
that arc prohibited and makes. a sweep
ing Inclusion of othcru- with which the,
author of the bill and doubtless scores of
6the"r6 are hot acqualntL-cvciv by name.
Tho paragraph Iaylnp an Inhibition,
upon tbo fantastic evolutions familiarly
referred to as "i-aplnp" Ih po.lntcd and
clear, and leaves no doubt aH to the
author's" Intent. Lt reads:
It shall be unlawful for any person
In any. public danco hall or danelng
academy, to dance any Improper, lndo
cent or obscene dances or dances com
monly known and designated a8 the
"turkey trot."' the "Texas Tommy."
the "grizzly bear." mid other dances
of like character: and It shall be un
lawful for any portion, firm, aspocla- '
tlon or corporation conducting or
maintaining any public danco Hall or
public dancing academy to permit
any person to danco or engage In
any Imprpopor, Indecent or obscene
Uancu as aforesaid.
The bill .says there shall be no dancing
In public dance halls or dancing acade
mies after midnight and none af all on
Sunday. Moroovor. tho bill providcH that
lt shall be unlawful for any minor under,
the age of IS. unless accompanied by
parent or legitimate guardian, to enter
or, remain In a public dande haJI or to
dance there while a danco Is In progress.
Also the bill requires that the danco hall
shall at all times at night be brilliantly
Illuminated and at no time shall tho
lights be lowered or put out. a custom
which Js said .to have grown -Milto fash
lonablo In some dance halls.
Defines Dance Halls.
Xo minor undorlC Is to be given danc
ing lessons after 0 o'clock In tho
evening unless It bo with the written
authorization of the pupil's parent or le
A public dance hall -Is defined in the
For tho purpose of this act a pub
lic dance hall Is hereby defined to
be a place maintained and conducted
for the purpose of public dancing
therein. In which for compensation
paid directly or Indirectly to the
owner, proprietor or manager there
of, men and women are permitted to
encage In dancing. A public dancing
academy Is hereby dclined to be a
place maintained or conducted ex
clusively for the purpose of giving
public Instruction In dancing, for
which instruction a feo or charge Ih
required or paid: provided, however,
that If any such person receiving
instruction be under tho age of 1C
years, the contract for such Instruc
tion "Shall be made with the parent
or guardian of euch person.
Violations are made a misdemeanor,
whoso penalty Is a lino up to $300 or a
maximum Imprisonment In tho countv jail
of not maro than six" months. - ""-- i
The bill carries tho emergency clause
and will be effective, if passed, as soon
ui the goverpor attaches his signature.
TO BE ERASED
li an amondment to the existing regis
tration law presented yesterday by lira. '
King of Rait Lake Is enacted, about 17.
00 "dad" voters will bo stricken from
tho registration books of Salt Lake City.
The bill, in effect, provides that registra
tion lists shall be made un of voterB at j
the last preceding election. In other I
words, an elector must vote at every !
election, except special elections. If he
wants to keep his noma on tho rcglstra- i
tlon lists and thua avoid tho necessltv of
having to register ngaln. Under the pre
vailing ystem thousands of names of
persons are carried from election to elec- I
Hon who have not voted. The registra
tion books are enormously encumb-red
with thoso names, which serve no good
purposo. whatever, except to givn a force i
of copyists work. I
TO NAIL DOWN
i(.iTrio? of Che. yoslcrday Introduced
Lni v5'18.-...a tr,"Pot aonday closing
v" T,l.l?,u a,,d the p.-went law
nv prohibiting nmong numcrouA other
pro?crll-d Hmumfntti S'jrdtn th.nt"r!
anrl bl'M. V rjirrx T'lr Tf an t l rrvf J
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"GIHLS! GIRLS! SULYTOIS!
DOUBLES BEAUTY OF YOUR 01
All "Sou Need Is a 25 Cent Bottle of "Daridennev Hair
Gets Lustrous, Fluffy and Abundant at Once.
Immediatof Yes! Certain? that's
the joy of it. Tour hair becomes light,
wavy, fluffy, abundant and appears na
soft. Instrous and beautiful as a young
pirl 's after a Danderinc hair cleahpc.
Just try this moisten a cloth with a
liltlo Daudorino and carefully draw.it
through your hair, taking one 6mall
strand at a time. This vrfn cleanse
tho hair of dust, dirt or oxecssivo oil
and in just a fow moments you havo
doubled tho beauty of j-our hair.
A delightful srurprife awaits, partic
ularly those who have boon careless,
whoso hair has been neglected or is
up. exhibits. opor.H or maintains or
aids In rotting up. exhibiting, ODen
lng or maintaining any bull. bear,
cock or prlzo fight, wrestling match,
bicycle race, motoroyclo race, auto
mobile race, horso race, roller skating
rink, ball gamo. circus, gambling
bouse or saloon, or any barbarous or
noisy amusoment, or who on Sunday
keeps, conducts or exhibits any the
ater, danco hall, picture show, oper
atic performance, spectacle or repre
sentation, or who purchases any
ticket of admission, or directly or
Indirectly pays any admission feo to
or for tho purpose of witnessing or i
attending any such nlare, amuse- 1
rnent. spectacle, performance or rep
resentation, Is guilty of a mlsdc- v
Three bills Intended to correct defects
In present laws and to simplify procedure
In lower courts -woro introduced in tho
senate yesterday by Benner X. Smith of
Tho present statutes provide that an
attachment may Issue at the tlmo of the
Issuance of the summons, although aa a
matter of practice this cannot bo done
until the complaint Is filed. "Mr. Smlth'3
bill, therefore, provides that the attach
ment may Issuo at tho time the com
plaint Is filed, correcting the defocl In
the present law.
Under tho present law judgments must
be entered In city courts In substantially
the form as aro required to be entered In
district, courts. This necessitates tho
filing of the court's findings of fact and
conclusions of law. which Is considered
by attorneys and courts to be a needless
requirement Ono of the bills Introduced
bv Senator Smith yesterday eliminates
Present laws provide for tho manner In
which costs of appeal from lower courts
to district courts may be assessed This
manner often works against the plaintiff
who may have boon successful In tho low
er court. Ono of Senator Smith's bills
provides that the prevailing party shall
bo ontltJed to the costs of tho appeal.
The initiative, the referendum and the
recall for cities of the first and second
class are provided In tho bill Introduced
In tho ' senate yesterday by Benner X.
Smith, of Salt Lake. The bill was re
ferred, t.o the. committee!, on county and
municipal 5 corporations. This 'measure
was exclusively rovlcwed in The Tribune
In the House.
H. B. No. 77, by Routhwlck (by re
quest) Providing for the adoption of a.
new system of registration of. land tltlos.
Referred to tho committee on public
H. B. Xo. IB. by Oardon Relating to
Sundav closing of theaters, otc. Re
ferred to the Judiciary committee.
H. B. No. 70, by Hooper Providing
regulations for public dance halls. Re
ferred to the committee on municipal
H. B. No. SO. by Tfoopor "Bluo Sky"
law, relating to requirements from In
vestment companies. Referred to the ju
H. B. No. 81, by Mrs. King Relating,
to registration of voters. Referred to
tho- commltteo on elections.
II. B. No. 82. by Page Amending elec
tion laws making Indorsement of candi
dates possible by filing of certificates.
Referred to commltteo on elections.
II. B. No. S.1, by Page Appropriating
$1500 for a road around Stein hill in
Pluto county. Referred to the committee
on highways and bridges.
II. J3. No. S4. by Page Relating to di
vorce docroes. Referred to Judiciary
I I , Bills Killed
In tho Houso.
H. B. No. fiS, by Krlobel (by request)
Rolatlng to poolsolllng and bookmaking.
By tho House.
S. B. Xo. 0, by Hansen Relating to
withdrawal of deposits from banks.
S. B. Xo. 13. by Booth Relating to the
filing of chattel mortgages.
S. B. Xo. 10. by Smith Relating to
forcible entry and detainer.
II. B. Xo. 30. by Cardon Requiring
Household Economy f
i ' -
j Hon io IfnTc Ihe Best Congh V
I Jjjrnp nnd SnTc fi, by
i 5 Mjilcln? It nt Home
i Cough medicines, aa a rule, contain a.!
largo quantity of plain syrup. K70U1
tako ono pint of granulated sugar, add
pint of warm water and atlr about
2 minutes, you havo as good syrup aa
i money could buy. I
It you will then put 2$ ouncea oCl
Plnex (SO cents' worth) In a pint bottle, I
and 1111 It up with tho Sugar Syrup, you j
1 will liavo aa much cough syrup aa you!
could buy ready mado for 52.50. Iti
keopa perfectly. !
And you will And It tho best cough I
Byrup you over used oven in whooping:
! cough. Tou can feel It tako hold usu
ally stops the most sovoro cough In 2.
hours. It IS Just laxatlvo onough, ban a'
good tonic effect and tasto la pleasant !
Tako a tcaapoonful every one, two or'
lt la a splendid remedy, too. for
hoarseness, asthma, chest pains, etc.
Plnex la tha most valuable concon-t
trated compound of Norway whlto plno
extract rich In gulcJcol and all lha ;
I healing plno lomenta. No other prepa
ration will work In this formula.
EyB?oc,pc for nakbiC cough remedy
with Plncx and Sugar Syrup la now ,
used and prized In thousands of hornet 1
In tho United States nnd Canada? Tlio I
plan ha often been Imitated but never 1
I A guarantee of absoluto natlsfactlon.
pr money promptly refunded goes with
' 'i'W Your druggist has Plnex. ;
O; will got It for von. I' not. eend to .
Plncx Co. Ft. Vaynr. Ind.
peracpy, faded, drys brittlo or thin. Bo
sides beautifyinp tho hair Dandorine
dissolves every particle of dandruff;
cleanse?, purifies and invigorates tho
i scalp, forever stopping itehinjj and all
ins nair, but what will please you most
will bo after a few -wocks' upg of Dan
doriue, when yoo will actually see new
hair fino and downy at first yo6 but
really new hair growing- all over the
scalp. If you care for protty, soft
hair, and lots of it; surely pot a 25 cent
bottle of Knowlton's Dandorine from
any dnijj store or toilet counter and
just try it.
bondu from gas and electric lighting
companies rcoolvJng franchises from
S. B. Xo. 36. by Booth Validating
H. B. Xo. (53, by Cardon Extending
tint to claimants In townsltcs.
The house yesterday passed II. B. Xo.
30, by Cardon. The measure requires
electric and gas lighting companies that
receive franchises from cities, to put. up
a bond Indemnifying a city In caso of
damasje -resulting from operations under
H. B. Xo. 63. by Cardon, was passod
in the house yesterday by a vote of 32
to 2. Tho new act extends tho time of
clalmajits to townslte property for the
next two years. It merely continues the
law adopted In 1900 on tho same sub
ject. PaPc oi I,,,to yesterday Introduced In
the house a bill appropriating 51500 to
construct a road around tho Stein hill
In Piute county. Tho money Is to be
expended under the direction of the atato
An important amendment to the elec
tion law Is contained In a bill Introduced
vm0UI?? 5;cstordaJ' b' pa&e of Piute.
Tho bill eliminates that portion of th
present Jaw which prevents the Indorse
ment of the candidate of one party by
another party whose candidates are put
r,y peUti(?r.- 11 ,s deafml to reach
such a. condition as was presented last
11 'S,110 Sase of the Progressive party
and State Superintendent of Public In
struction A. C. Xelson. Tho Progressive
party was eager to Indorse Mr. Nelson's
candidacy, but the law prevented lt do-
.,FO,m The F.?F bni ,s tended to
meet liko conditions.
wna5?hi0K PIute csterfay Introduced a
bill which amends the present divorce
law so as to procure the entrv of a final
nee of a'vorco by cither party to the
lim ? i . Atu pr?s?nt thls Privilege Is
limited to the plalntlfT.
iaTh. h2u" yesterday passed S. B. No.
by Booth, which validates deeds to
January 1, 1013. This acUon renders ln
?,,Hlme" re,C0l,Jed between 1007 and 1013
J .fne last preceding olmllar action
Kin? an,oll "07- n2" deeds between
1001 and 1907 were validated
rtJJiu houi-e also passed S. B. Xo. 9, by
Booth, which makes It possible for cither
KnfW!,th,Jr'Vv dcPslts fro banks
?jr fh0 0 deposits are mado under two
separato names. .
J3, Xo- VI: .hy Booth, was passed Ay
the house This bill repeals a law now
geg? sssf arista
nc?Pproyvld!thni l5a? Sw
nut nhV M?at a tcnnnt s successor
tSt0llflmCclf!hC Sai"C condl as the
The Judiciary committee yesterday con
J uldrda. l,th "qU0r VUs introduced bv
tlculttrs" amended In. minor par-
snT&rPr?,,!unt t0f 11,0 senatc a,ld the
speaker of the house yesterday signed
. U.o. li. by Kckerslev. nnnronrl
' In aid of district sSli.
The hill now goes to Ihe governor.
i,.TLer0i vas a ,on? "fOuncnt yesterdav
in tho houBe on TT; .7 M. No. 2 which
urges congress to nasu tho r i.n
H.pfP.Mlo.ntfo1, 1,10 widows nnd
'2E-hanmuof sPalsh-Amercan war vetor
I .. Tho argument was on tho gram
matical conBtructlon of the measure, and
I in the end tho wholn question, memo
rial grammar nnd all was recommitted
to the committee on federal relntlons
j Southwick of Utah yesterdav Intro-
llshment of the Torrcns land lltlo sys-
' lm .,fls state' TI,C b'" contains
about 12,000 words and Is replete with
forma of certificates and blanks of reg
istration. Tho question of the adoption
of the system Is left to the people of the
various counties, to whom it will be sub
mitted on petition of 25 per cent of the,
The Torrens land title system Is In
tiso in scveni states. It makes titles to
land flied under its provisions prima fa
cie evidence of ownership, and eliminates
the necessity of procuring abstracts of
title from professional abstractors.
Tn Petitions urging the pay wage of
&. B. No. 20. the Indian War Veterans'
pension bill, were received In tho.hou"
A petition signed bv SIO ri.;,iont. of
the west side was received in tho houe
j eatcrday urging the passage of the antl
The livestock committee of the house
yesterday reported favorablv 011 Day'a1
bounty bill. The committee cut the an
nual appropriation from $50,000 to JS.j.OOO.
reduced the bounty on coyotes from $2 to
Sl.oO. The tax on range mock Is im
posed In order to provide revenue for the
When -the hoiine oojalon began yester
day, "Welling of Box Cider. Ppoaklng to
a question of personal privilege, acknowl
edcoJ aa error of which he had been
guilty on Monday when he fald the IPI"
Republican platform carried rut Indorse
ment of the federal Income tax amend
ment. An a matter of fact, that indorse
ment appeared in the platform of 1910
Mr. Welling becrsed tho pardon of tho
houro for his mistake which, he said, was
no doubt due to hie excitement when he
made hip "hysterical hut futile attempt"
to get tho honor for Utah of being the
one necessary state to ratify the federal
In the Sonate.
SVR t70' .?' hy EdyheliJ An act
creating tho office of state Inspector of
apiaries. Recommended for passage by j
committee on llvo stock.
H. B. No. 4. by Durham An act
Increasing the pav of urors from 32 f
J" vmt ilv nco-nmer'dM 'ot- passage b :
iifnii'ce on jadiInry i
"BLUE SKY" LAW IS
Measure Designed lo Prevent
Promotion of Fake Invest
The ' bine sky" law io proposed in
Utah. By a bill introduced in tho
houso yestorday by Hoopor of Wcbor,
evory investment company is brought
under tho supervision of the Btate
bank examiner. Mr. Hooper say3 his
liill is designed to prcveut tho possi
bility of fako investment companies
aud stock .iobbinff concerns from boat
ing the people of Utah out of their
money. The bill is drawn after tho
Kansas luw, which is said to havo had
the effect of ridding that oncp sorely
besot state of evory torm of wildcatter
and stock jobber.
Domestic and foreign investment
companies arc brought under tho opera
tion of the act. Companies not organ
ized for profit, of course, aro not in
cluded. It is provided that before
offering or attempting to sell any
stocks, bonds or other securities, every
investment company must file in the
office of the bank examiner a complete
statement of its financial condition
aud affairs, its aasetp, liabilities,
copins of all contracts, bonds or other
instruments which it proposes to sell,
and nil othor details relative to its
business and its method of conduct
Must Have Certificate.
WhoD the bank examiner has ex
amined carefully all of tho documents
filed with him and dcema the company
solvent and altogether trustworthy, he
is to issue to the company a statement
setting forth that it has compliod with
tho requirements of the law, audt he
is to keop all of the documents filed
with him open to public inspection.
If ho is in doubt about the stability of
tho company, he is to notify its offi
cers, and fcboy are to have an oppor
tunity to put their plan of business
on a basis acceptable to him.
It is made unlawful for any inveufc
mont company to transact business in
this state until it has met all require
ments. The companies are required
to make n detailed statement of their
business on December 31 of each year,
and at atij other time when the bank j
examiner may requiro it. The com
panies shall be under tho general super
vision of the bank examiner, much the
same as stato banks now arc.
Can Appoint Receiver.
If the bank examiner deems an in
vestment company in financial straits
or insolvent, he is to coiumuaicate the
facts in bis possession to tho attorney
general, 'who may ask the appointment
of a receiver bv the supreme court or
tho district court.
Any porsou who knowingly or 'will
fully subscribes to any false statement
or makos false entry,' or exhibits any
false paper with the intent to deceive
one authorized to examine into its af
fairs, or publishes a false statement
of its financial condition, is made
guilty of a felouy, and is subjoct to a
tine ' of not less than $2.00 or more
than $10,000, or imprisonment of not
leas than ono year nor more than ten
Any person who attempts to sell
stocks of an investment company that
has not complied with the provisions
of the act, is made guilty of a misde
meanor and is punishable" by a fiDe of
not less than $100 nor more than $.5000,
or imprisonment in tho county jail for
not more than ninety daj:5.
In the Senate,
S. B. No. 112, by Ferry (by renuoEti
An act regulating hotels and providing
for their Inspection by the state dairy
and food commissioner. Referred to com
mittee on public health and labor.
S. B. Xo. 113, by Smith An act pro
viding that an attachment may be Is
sued at the tlmo of tho filing of the com
plaint Instead of al the time of tho is
suance of the summons. Referred to
committee on Judiciary.
5. B. "No. 11 . by Smith An act mak
ing tho findfnss of fact and conclusions
of law unnecessary as a part of the Judg
ment In city court. Referred to com
mittee on judiciary.
S. u. No. 115, by Smith An act pro-vidlr-
that in cases of appeal from the
Judgment of a justice of the peace or
Inferior court, tho prevailing party shall
be entitled to costs. Referred to com
mittee on Judiciary.
S. B. No. 1115. by JSckcralcy An act pro
viding that In cities of the second class
superintendents may be chosen for a term
of six purs and permitting rJtlcs of the
second laps having an assessed valua
tion of Iet than ?10,00l).000 to levy a tax
of S mills for school purposes. Re
ferred lo committee on education.
S. B. No. US. by Williams fby request)
An act appropriating $7fi00 for teachers
more than seventy years of ago, who
have taught forty years in tho public
iHchoola. Referred to committee on ap
propriations and claims.
P. B. No. 110, by Williams An act ex
empting undertakers from Jurv dutv. Re
ferred to committee 011 Judiciary.
S5. B. No. 120, bv Smith An act pro
viding for the initiative, the referendum
nnd the recall for cities of the first and
second class. Referred to eommlttec on
county and municipal corporations,
House Bill References
In the Senate. 1
11. B. No. S3, by Chrlstensen An act
prohibiting unfair discrimination In the
purchaso and Fale of commodities. Re
ferred to committee on manufactures nnd
11 B. No. 11, by Barnes An act pro
hibiting falhe aud initdeadlm: advertis
ing. Referred to commltteo on Judiciary
II. B. No 40. by Cardon An act re
lating to punishment for statutory
offenses. Rofcrrod to committee on
IJ. B. No. 41, hy Reynolds An act re
lating to tho approval of association! by
the bunk commissioner. Referred to com
mlttco on banks nnd banking.
II. J. R. No. 2, by Cook, (by
request A mJoluUon favoring the use
of Utah materials In tho state capItoL
Referred lo commltte on state afralrs and
Undertakers actually engaged In their
profession aro exempted from Jur duty
by a bill Introduced yesterday In tho le--
iwtUTreuby &n8tSF, w- N' w"amo of
Salt LaJce. The bill waa reefrrcd to the
oenate committee on Judiciary.
The Hansen banking bills which were
to havo come up for final parage In the
senatc yesterday wcro put over until to
day bocaiwe of tho abtence of the au
thor of tho moawuroa.
The henat judiciary oommittee ywtc
day reoomroended for oanwuso without
Based on Healm
To Have Health, Bowel Move
ment is Absolutely Necessary
How Best to Obtain ic.
If woman's beauty deponded upon
cosmetics every womnn would bo a pic
turo of loveliness. But beauty lies deep
er than that. It lies in health. In the
majority of cases the basis of health,
and tho cause of sickness, can bo traced
lo the action of the bowels.
Tho headaches, tho lassitude, the sal
low skin nnd the lusterlcsa eyes am
usually due lo constipation. So many
things that women do habitually con
duce to this trouble. They do not eat
carefully, thev cat indigestible food3
because tho foods are served daintily
and they do not exercise enough. Bui
whatover the particular cause may be
it is important that tho condition
should bo corrected.
An ideal remedy for women, and one
especially Milled 'to their delicate re
quirements, is Dr. Caldwell's vSyrup
Pepsin, which thousands of women en
dorse liighly. Mrs, Jennio Sncdeker,
10l "West Monroe St., Chicago, testi
fies that she is "curod of grave stom
ach and bowel troubles hy using Syrup
Popsin and without tho "aid ot a doc
tor or an othor medicine." All tho
family can use Syrupt Pepsin, for thou
sands" of mothora give it to babies
and children. It is also admirably suit
ed to the requirements of elderly peo
ple, in fuct to all who by reason of "ago
or infirmity cannot stand harsh salts
cathartics, pills or purgatives. Thoso
should always bo avoided for at best
amendment tho Durham house bill, which
Increases the pay of Jurors from $2 to
53 per day. Another bill which covors
the same subject Is before tho Judiciary
committee, and will be reported adversely
should tho senate pass the Durham bill.
The bill will come up for final passage
The urgency appropriation bill which
releases approximately $235,000 for dis
tribution among tho various departments
of tho 6tate government until audi time
as the regular appropriation bill Is passed
ha3 been engrossed. It will be signed by
the president of the senate and tho speak
er of the house and. sent to tho governor
Senator W. Mont Ferry of Salt Lake
yesterday Introduced his bill Drovldlng for
more sanitary conditions in hotels and
placing all hotels under the Inspection of
tho stato dairy ajid food commissioner.
It was referred to the committee on pub
lic health and labor.
The Judiciary commltteo of the senate
today will report unfavorably on Senate
Bill No. 2.1, by Smith, limiting tho services
of writs and proceedings in city courts
to oherlffs and constables. The commltteo
will probably adopt the report and kill
Favorablo reports from the judiciary
committee will bo recolvcd by the senate
on Senato Bill 22, by Smith and Senate
Bills U and 15, by Wight. Those three
bills aro purely technical and correct de
fects In the present laws
The senate committee on education will
today recommend for passage Senato Bill
No. i0 by Eckerslcy, relative to the for
mation and duties of the stato text book
Favorablo recommendation was received
by tho 3enato j'eaterday from the com
mittee on Hve stock relative to the Edg
helll bill creating tho office of state in
spector of apiaries and regulating bee
culture In the stale. The bill will come
up today for final passage.
Today's calendar In the senato include?
among the bills for fiqal passage the
rcFolutlbn ratifying the constitutional
amendment for the election of United
States senators by direct voto of the
ncoplc. the Hansen banking bills, tho
Durham bill Increasing the fees for Juror?,
and tho EdghcllI bill creating a state In
spector of apiaries.
The joint committee from the senate
tnd house appointed lo consider the tax
ation and revenue measures now before
tho legislature met last night and began
the work of going over the bills. It will
probably be at least two weeks before
the committee Is prepared to report 011
The committees on fish and game from
the senate and tho house mot jointly yes
terday and considered the fiah and game
bill. The committees hope to bo able to
report It for posnage by the latter part
of the week.
An award for teachers who have
reached the ago of seventy and havo
taught forty year6 In the public schools,
thirty-five years of which has been in
the school.'; of Utah, Is provided In a bill
Introduced In the state legislature yes
terday by Senator W. N. Williams of
Changes In the school laws1' of the
state ulth a view to making Ihe school
aystcm In cities of the second class nnd
In othor school districts more efficient
aro proposed by two bills Introduced yes
terday by Senator Joseph Eckcralcv of
Vote for "Home Rule."
CLEVELAND, O.. Feb. 4. Two special
"home rule" elections were held In Ohio
today. Cleveland voted three to one In
favor of a new city charter and selected
flftoen men as a charter commission.
Yonngstowii nlso voted for city homo rule.
their effoct is onlr for .UiTfH
a genuine remedy like JJ
acts mildly but porScuflf
It can be convenient L 9
any drug storo at f;" J PaJM
dollar aottlc. RCV
guaranteed or money win kIVJH
on .-will find it pentlo
ant in taste, and free U SSM
its tonic properties ha'Tn'H
value to women. It i , ' B
and thousands j? SbWM
never without it. " lr,.H
If no member of your fiktlH
ever used Syrup Pep aijSRM
hke to mako.a personal tiuftH
tore buying it iu the regSJ
druggist, Bend your addwJlB
will do to Dr. "W. B cSSJH
Washington St., MontledoKB
free sample bottle will be ajW
M TRACK III
Favorable Report of jjjjl
Judiciary Committee lw
Special Order, ill
There Is reason to bellevt tj jjjaj
will see Home lively tln la lit 9
At 3 o'clock thla afternoon fci m9
report of the judiciary cflmaltte'ciKH
No. Zi becomes a special orttr. f iH
IT. B. No. 3( Is the Mibtf uAjfl
selling and ontl-bookictJdr ajljgH
Tho judiciary commlttt juIhUiM
ported the bill favorably, trlLh tiffiH
amendmnnt. Tho amendment-fail
the sections of the Kricbd kGl-JB
makes betting a mlsdemeanot; BlH
era lion of a poolroom or toofculWB
any placo Is mode a felonr br U4 rfHi
nal bill, and that provtiion Ji utlH
footed. The section provlilnf tknE
altv attached to a mhdvBtuer MH
only to those who think tlifirhtTitH
thing" and proceed to cut uu uiraH
to back their Judgment. AsothtraH
mcnt makes tho penalty tor tti !(B
one year In prison or a fin cflmB
both. j rjE
The judiciary commlttw hu ?tMiB
no cognizance officially of Ibe 7MH
bill passed by the senate MoidiH
Thornley bill was a duplicate cf tUIH
bey bill, and If the Slabey bfU VM
Its original form, or u en:uist!rM
house Judiciary committer tttHMH
will undoubtedly be hilled do imB
Another art of the jcdldirr cmB
In connection with nntl-boofc&ilbffBI
Islatlon was the reporting tlTumm
house bill No. C?, br Krletxl bfH
This bill made stringent provuteMH'
poolroom?, but permitted beotauiiH
races at tho track and at tb U V
races. The report wis adopW VJB
houso, nnd the Krlebel bill U ii'"5B
Tho special order for today U HH
Mabev bill Unclf I. I lh reftHI
committee, and was sot at ttirMi'M
Hcnrio of Garfield, chairman tt uJB
10 acres of "Moeida-bj
irrigatod land will put job h
dependence claas. Worth irilsW
mation is vours for nikinp. 3jH
Savings & Trust Co.. Top .WW
Bank Bldg., Salt A,S!JiHj
SIX-POWER LOAN IS ;P
HELD IN ABEYAjft
PBKFN. Feb. J--' 8
agreement was not elgJieO tWiH
last moment the French .tfSBF
the Chinese government ti ML
he unablo to agree to "SB
three advisers represented nlB
tries, or were tdl subject o4B
other of the six .Jntn .JHB
He added that If the 1 ! $!
was adopted a FnSL?2lM
appointed to one of the Uirt E3jE2
The French objection 2U
looked for and caused
Kovernment circles "A,S3H.
tho bankers. Tho milen ngJBj
the nix Pwor3.,,nc,LrnictSniBp
failed to reconcile the uaujmp
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I sprains and bruises. It quiets Vwifl 9E
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