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Ltfons From Slate
K-omen'subs Will Visit
I Roundup'al Logan.
H'-ca if Tribune
. rt -Between yevcntjr-Qve
SWVurcd women, members of
.Utd with the State Federation
P 1 ClubS will come to Logan
JlfeTto attend the housekeepers
I5f2tb the rners' roundup. Mrs
",m 0r salt Lake, president of
liJf ftdemllon. I ftlrrody "0. and
SKs at today's session of
"?,r Tonight the visitors at
y'trtDC. c$nfeveI,co and tlio
.lr-rfcnterulncd at the Com-
SSiool men who talked to
new State Senator W. S.
John W?Ucl)I of Nephl, J- R
i?-,n- fltul C. B. Stewart of
.letar" of the Utah Wool
'Mrt& Tomorrow will bo
Eir i the, roundup, but tho
JSSi- conference will bo tho bis
WTfte Tfomen visitors will bo
electrical exhibit In tho
K&rkiuiw: and other exhibits run
WSltJm "I'" ,h0 roundup.
Ltar? cuwarl of the Woolgrowcrn
Ekftn btpui thin morning's pro
E. irilh i talk on tho "Future- of
KJesuE." He advised tho raising
MMii 'no ' contending thai
KlcTMr should have a small flock
Rn-fcfJ elirep on hls 1,acc .!ia
Jk Hf Jd that the sheop in
H2rtohrtate Is not likely to dlmln
Kvitwoont of the supply of forage
Katttfi nnd desert. He made the
Hv statement that thero In more
iKdttfisz on tlio desert ln Utah than
Eli Ir. all the alfalfa flelda In the
Hp' jje crped corporation among the
IfkiAfan told of the advantages of
amis pr-brecl stock. State Senator
2 UTd on co-operative buying
lEftSi; amonff Ih farmers. Tic said
IIRwi th matter of insurance could
HCieE&isd to good advantage, John
m&l f N"Pli the largest chipper of
KthV)h told of the great losses to
mmn through caielcss packing.
Hvr Kacn, J. R. Allen and Prof. J.
Mfitei. in,, judged pheep In the
houieteeperft' conference Mrs.
.IGirhara of Salt Lake was tho prln
MjVtr. She sketched tho history
IHieua' dubs In Utah from tho bc
la 1ST?, and said that Utah wan
tint itatt west of the Miseourl to
IHpKn i woman'a club. She pointed
IBfcpod that women's clubn are do
UjliUah and urged that every woman
IKn Identified with the movement.
Ipni that ?hc felt particularly grati
MKjut tbe day had como when women
M til tojctlior, compare their views
Wftiwfor better things In a rational
WV tttbont friction. Mrs, Gorham's
iMRp Ttro enthusiastically received.
HfMratey her talk. Mrs. Gorham was
B(Ht of honor at a reception held at
H"4 of iIr3 -lonn A- Wldtsoo
tWLh t0'It5c campus. Every woman
liVi &t conference was present
lsff "agtrclRl Boosters' club royally
IMpwrf both tho housekeepers' con
W54(cri;atrOUndUf) flclc5atca ln their
(ifitcr Ncars Completion.
! The Tribune
AH CITY, Feb. 4. Work of
Mb Aha theater Is progrcss
3i; after a dolay of several
i tins for the arrival of the stoel
!. Tho new thcator will be
?,J' resPcct; will have a
Mpiclt of S00. besides twelve
iflj theater haa been leased to a
t. who has booked tho Coil pro
it is Uic Intention to operate
flun on nil open nights.
It., fark Slks Initiate.
jt Ties Tribune.
ffJFlh ?'CP- r'0 ew mem
N'Lw,1 t0ulho loc;i1 lodge of
M ,ErIrilon D'strlct Deputy
tSLof Eurka- Pilhl official
K "cnjbe aro John Mar-lviZftnCuEnlnP-
kS c, 0n,nan,no,",'CCI "la-t tho in
NTtaM ii club bunding had bn
tin, li,Ad lnat thc ocal lodge
ydub qyartera In tho fall.
-MgJM IS LEFT TO
'IK ftt Fu- 4riic otatc f
'lEcSr .m anilr!,ond' typewriter
"t.lni(1 at 52.000.000.
bftf,Thla..will without restrict
QP&t tohi Ll?P,uta museum of art,
3K"l hh 5.w to the
S'r,. j8, Coffers, 12.250 000 bv
liHSii? tS , p uv i0SPh Pulitzer.
ftS th- Mm?,: Maon, dlreotora'
a"y r tho museums
3Kilt't'eloi-i,nIf!b- ;-Br3. volo
aHCwSl:crlSo?Pt:d H'8 resolution
NHUCI o f UnPrW.,n.B' for 11,9 J1
Kt by tin ?La".f 03 PBnatora.
of coiry BOOKS
Clerk Tells. Commissioners of
Ulah County Predecessor's
Accounts Do Not Balance.
Special t( Tho Tribune
! TROVO, Feb. l.At a meeting of tlio
county commloslonara of Utah county
yesterday A. V. Itoblnson, tho cotiiitv
clork, pronentcd a report on his examina
tion of thc county hooka. He stated that
ho had discovered a number of discrepan
cies ln tho balances mado by lila prede
cessor in office Ho FJtld that lndlca
tloim pointed to the conclusion that "tho
auditing for some time had been done
with the treasurer's hooks as a guide." It
Is possible that expert accountants will be
employed to go over tho books thorough -Y
,a.nJ Post them to the dato upon which
Itoblnson went into office.
Robinson Btuted in lily communication
to tho commissioners that he had repcat
$''K roquested the former county clork.
M. K. Kartchner. Jr.. to post all accounts
to January 1. 1913. but that the request
had met with no answer. The commis
sioners Instructed Robinson to send an of
ficial request from tho board to former
Clerk Kartchner. asking- him to poBt all
accounts to January 1. Tn the event that
the former offloiaf doc-s not comply. It
Is probable that tho books will be audi
ted by experts.
In his report Robinson states that the
bookn jshow that Kartchner drow $9 27
moro salary than was due him; that other
officers drew a total of $28. 14 moro than
thoy should have received. He said
that the receptacles for bills against the
county contained many unverified ac
counts and he expresses a belief that
many of the bills were paid twice. He
gives examples of vouchers which led him
to this conclusion.
SUPERINTENDENT MAY LEAVE.
PrcmlnenJl Pocatello Educator Geta
Tempting Offer from North Dakota.
Special to The Tribune.
FOCA'j:eI.jL,0, Feb. i. ProfcKSor Wal
ler P. Slders, superintendent of tho city
schools and one of tho best educators ln
thc slato. has been offered a position In
Fargo. T. .D.. and no doubt will
accept the position. Mr. Slders has gone
to Fargo to look over tho proposition and
will tell the Pocatello -board his Unal de
rision wJien he ro turns. Mr. Slders is
the joint author of the Idaho school law
code and Is a member of thc educational
council of tho National TSducatlon association.
Manti Pioneer Buried.
Special to Tho Tribune.
MA NTT. Feb. i. Jens F. Steele, one of
Mantl's early settlers, died at his homo
Saturday morning from a complication of
diseases. Mr. Stock had been ill for a
couple of years. Funeral sorvlccs were
held in the tabernacle this afternoon.
Mr. Stock was the son of Christian and
Maria Waas; was born In .Denmark,
June SS, 1S33. ITe served in tho Danish
army under Frederick VII.j came to Utah.
In ISfrl, crossing tho plains in an ox
train under Captain Woolcy. Mr. Steck
took an active part in tho Black Hawk
war. He was married In 1SG7 to Inger
Hansen. She died ln 1SS4. leaving ten
children. Mr. Stock married again In
1804 to Jano Reld. who Is still living;
The living children are Mrs. Thurgood of
Salt Lake, Mrs. David Shand. Mrs. J. J.
Reosc, James, Jopeph, Hebcr. Hyrum and
Anna of Mantl.
Olub Show Announced.
Special to The Tribune.
I BRTGHAJM. CITY. Feb. A. This year's
Commercial club show will be "A Batch
olor's Honoymoon." The club members
have been busy for some time malting
arrangements for the ploy, and rohears
Ing will commence at once. It is the In
tention to present tho play soon after the
first of March, and it will marl: the
opening of Brlgham's splendid now play
house, the Altn, now ln course of con
struction. Among tho stars who will ap
pear ln tho cast are J, B, Balrd, Rudolph
Kaiser and Frank Bowrlng.
NOTED ORATOR IS
TO SPEAK HERE
Ralph Bingham, widely known as the
"boy orator of Ameriun." and recognized
as one of tho most entertaining speakers
on the American platform today, will
apeak at the First Methodist church Sat
urday evening ns tho fourth attraction of
tho Lyceum series under the auspices
of the Rev. Elmer I. Goshen, tho Rev.
F. B. Short and Frod C. Graham.
Mr. Blng-ham made his first public ap
pearance in 1S7G, and lias delivered, moro
than SO0O public addresoes on the Ameri
can continent since that time. It Is 6ald
of him that ho Is "funny because ho
can't help It," and tho Lycoum manage
ment promises Its patrons one of the
happiest evenings of tho year listening to
Mr Bingham's characteristic expressions.
SENATOR CLARK UNDER
CARE OF A PHYSICIAN
By International iNews Service.
LOS A'NGBDDS, Feb. i. Formor Scna
to W. A. Clurk, president of the Bait
LeJco railroad, arrlvod In (Loa Angolco to
day from Arizona and wont Immediately I
to tho home of his r.on, W. A. Clark. -Jr.,
2020 West Adams street, where a nliysj- l
clan was oon summoned to prescrlbo for
a heavy cold the ex-senator contracted.
It was stated tonight by W, A, Clark.
Jr.. that his father had been In bed
sine) reaching his homo and that tho dod
lqca.tlon of the Mary Andrews Clark me
morial homo for buidnosa women which
was set for tomorrow afternoon at
o'clock would probably bo postponed until
1 tho latter part of tho week.
W5! SEW TO MIEN
I FADED GjfflJHEE SAGE TEA !
taadn,. :0lTGVer bajuJaomc,
lRMtSS H'' all know
a youthful appear.
tKjJf appearance a htm.
iKfeSdS,!111 3t tome or
W, JrtP? ft0ro a 50-cent iot-
JKlllrl,,.j"? an1 Sulphur
Mvi Teafly to use; but W
on, avoid proparatiou6 put up by dru
pists fla t.hoy uauollj use (oo much pul
phur, whicli malcos tho hair Bliftky, Got
"Wyeth's," which can always bo de
ponded upon to darkon boautlfully nnd
js the best. thiDtj known to remove dan.
dmffj stop scalp itching and falling
By usins Wjoth's Sago. and Sulphur
no one can posaibly toll that you dark
ened .yonr hair. if. docs it so naturally
and evenly you moisten a spongo or
aoffc brush", drawing thiu through tho
hair, taking one email strand at a time
which regniros but ft ?w moments.
this at mghfc and by morning tho pray
bair disappears; after auothor applica
tion or two its natuval color iH reflored
and it "becomes closfj- and lustrous apd
you appear yean younger. Special
agonlB, Schramm-John son, Drugn, live
ntorcs. (Adverticemcnt.) 'f
YOU'RE BILIOUS! YO0R LIVER Ai
Furred Tongue, Uad Tustc, Tudigcs
tion, Sallow Skin and Alisorablo Head
aches como from a torpid liver and con
stipated bowels, which cause your atom
ach to become filled with undigested
food, which Hours aud foments like
garbage in a swill barrel. That's the
first elcp lo untold misery Jndigcstion,
foul gases, bad breath, yellow bkiu,
DRINKS POISON IN
Pocatello Prisoner May Die
From Effects of Drug- Mys
Special to Thc Tribune.
POCATTSLLO, Feb. i. While the night
jailer, Robert Lewis." was attending a mov
ing picture show tonight and all of tho
other attaches of thc sheriff's office were
absent, Nick Qulllle. a. prisoner In thc
county Jail, took poison and is believed
to be dying. How Quillls got tho poison
and what It was Is a mystery, but the
theory Is that some frfend who visited
him during the day delivered it to him.
He was being held on a minor charge.
Tho first inllmatlon of the attempted
suicide which came to the polico was
through the cries of the other prisoners
for help. They learned what Quillls had
done and shouted through the bars into
the courthouse yard. Jailer Lewis was
located and hurried physicians to the jail.
Although they worked over the man for
several hours, they expressed doubt as to
NEW LAW FAVORED
BY GOVERNOR WILSON
By International News Service.
TRENTON. N. J.. Feb. 4. Governor
Wilson announced tonight that he Is
having drafted for Introduction in the
New Jersey legislature a bill fashioned
like tlie lnw now in operation in Wis
consin, amending the primary election
law so that tho second choice of volors
shall figure In the selection of candi
dates. The bill proposes that every man
who votes for a candidate shall also
name his second choice. If a majority
is not obtained by any candidate, the
second chnlco shnil bo figured In. and
a majority obtained in this way. At
present tho New Jersey primary election
law requires only a plurality to nomi
nate "When the second choice is counted
in," said the governor, "lt will be found
that candidates will bo eliminated one
by one until by that process a majority
The bill, lt Is understood, will bo ready
for Introduction within a few days. Sen
ator La Follette Is responsible for the
PROBING MATTER OF
WASHINGTON, Fob. 4. Federal office
holders and employees who ha ve been so
licited to contribute to national campaign
funds are to be summoned as witnesses
by tho senate campaign expenditures
committee when It opens Its investigation
in tho campaign exponses of the general
election of 1912. Subpoenas will be is
sued for several United States marshals
and other federal employees who have
either collected or contributed to these
funds, and an effort will be made to de
termine the extent to "which assess
ments" have been mado on federal office
holders. The campaign investigating committee
will recommend several changes of law
to the senato on the final report on Its in
vestigations. Tt is expected that logat re
strictions will bo urged upon nollcltatlon
of campaign funds from employees of the
government The committee haa not yet
arranged the date for tho opening of tho
investigation Into 1012 expenditures.
HEIRESS IS VIEWING
THE PANAMA CANAL
By International News Service.
NEWPORT. R. I., Feb. 4. -Miss Do
rothy Bateman of Newport, who was
willed $500,000 by the late Rosa P.. Wl
nans of Baltimore, because she brought
sunshine Into Ills life while Mr. Wlnans
wan n. tenant of the TJatoman placo in
Nowport. In visiting the Panama canal
with hor fa.ther.
MlB8 Bateman later will mako an m
tomobllo trip to California, going from
Newport to San Francisco by easy
stages, accompanied by her parentti and
The little helresn Ik very pretty, splen
didly educated nnd sings well. Sho will
bo a great catch for somo young man
which will bo an American, for Mls3
Bateman. according to her friends, has
stated, "When I marry it will bo to nn
American with bralne, whothor h has
money or not."
PROMINENT MAN FALLS
TO DEATH OVER CLIFF
CLT3VT3LAND, O.. Feb. -t. The lody of
S. Homer Everott, thc young aocloty, club
and business man, who mysteriously dis
appeared Saturday nlKht, wis found this
afternoon on the lako shora In Laknwood
at tho foot of a. high cliff. R la bollcvod
that Everett, when taJccn alck. at a houao
warming, wandered out In a dar.e and
foil over the cliff.
Tho body was found by four young
elcrkn, who had obtained leave of ab
enco from work In order to search for
Everett, and who prabablv will divide a
$1000 rowani offered by bylvestor Ever
ett, tho young man's millionaire father.
Thoy saw a dark object on a narrow
shelf at tho base of tho cliff, .which Is
cixty feet high at thin point A ropo was
obtained and one of tho party was low
ered to the body, which wan Immediately
STEAMER GOES TO
BOTTOM OF RIVER
GATJIiTPOLlS, O.. Feb. Ramming
her bow Into Bear Trap pier in tho dark
ness early today, the packet steamer Ctty
of Parkersburc sank in deep water la tho
Ohio river. Fifteen panlc-otrlokp.n pas
eengcrs and members of the crow man
aged to get to hore and kept from f miss
ing by flrefi built by drift-wood.
The boat and cargo probably will be
b total 103H.
mental foar-8, everything that is horri
ble and nauseating. A Casearnt to
niRht will aurely straighton you out by
morning a 10-ccnt box will keep your
bend clear, stomach sweet, livor and
bowels regular and ninko you feel
cheerful and bulJy for months.
Don't forget your children their lit
tle insidcs need" a good, gentle, cleans1
inc, loo, occasional!, .
Citizens Will Hold Mass
Meeting- at Commercial
Club Friday Night.
Senate bill No. 02, the proponed new
public Improvements law, which has been,
prepared by the Commercial club com-'
nilttco on parks and public Improve
ments, will be thc subject of a general
discussion at a mass meeting to be held
at tho club Friday night at S o"clock.
All porsons Interested have been invited
Under the proposed new measure, ten
years will bo allowed in which to pav
for all special improvements. Instead of
only live years, as Is tho case In connec
tion with certain Improvements now.
Tho proposed law also places control
in the haudB of a majority of property
owners affected by a respective improve
ment. Tn the terms of tho bill 51 per
cent of the property ownern affected may
defeat a proposed improvement. Instead
of a two-thirds vole as under the present
Tho bill nlso provides for thc designa
tion of Improvement districts so defined
ns to moot the needs or desires of the
property owners, it provides for tho pay
ment of S per cent interest on delinquent
payments only. At present the property
owner must pay S per cent on all de
ferred payments If he allows a single
payment to become delinquent.
It provides that the cost of the prop
erty owner of engineering, inspection,
publication and tho making of a tax levy
ln improvement casos shall not exceed
5 per cent of the contract price. Any
cost above that shall be paid out of the
Tho proposed measure further provides
that the cost of Improving street inter
sections und resurfacing them shall be
paid by abutting property owners. This
would "enable improvements to be car-i-led
out that are not now possible, as at
present thc city pays for Intersections,
and has not the funds in many cases to
do so. The bill would thus allow im
1 provements lo be made whenever a. ma
jority of the property owners affected de
CROWN PRINCE IS
YALTA, Crimea, Russia. Fob. 4 -Tho
impei-la! Crown Prince Alexis of Russia
is still unablo lo straighten his left leg at
the knee, owing to the injury ho sus
tained recently, but, according to the
physician In attendance, this lameness
wilt rapidly disappear. General Dum
badzc. who roturned today from thc pal
ace of Tsarskoe-Sclo. visited tho youthful
prince and conversed with him repeatedly.
He Eays the lad Is as full of spirit as
over and has gvown considerably taller
and more muscular slnco last spring.
The moinbcrs of tho imperial family i
are delighted with tho lapld and satisfac
tory recovery of tho prince.
Strife Is Still On.
NEW YORK. Feb. (. The steamship
Canada of thc Fabro lino sailed for New
York today with a staff of officers from
the port of St. Main. The strike still
continues and efforts are made by tho
officers who deserted their ships to In
duco their comradeo arriving ln .port on
other vessels to Join In tho movement.
The causo of the strike la Btated to havo
been the failure of tho company to grant
improved conditions and pay for the officers.
Three Killed; Six Hurt.
DETROIT. Mich.. Feb. -J. Throe men
were killed and six seriously injured late
today when a ton-ton water gale dropped
Into a trench where the men were work
ing. Several of the Injured may die.
The trench was being excavated for a
water main. The gate, supported by
heavy timber?, was being lowered Into
tho trench when It Is claimed ono of
tho tisnbers suddenly broke.
Every sciatic sufferer elionld tafce
Dr. "Williams Pink Pills for tho
blood. That is all there is to tho
treatment for scialicn. Itisn'tlong
before yoo. feel relief from the
agonising painflj becauee the nerves
are being properly nourished. Best
of all, the paina aon'fc return.
Get. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills from
your druggist, 50 cents per box or
?2.50 for six boxes, or from the Dr.
"Williams Medicine Co., Schenec
tady, Y. "Write for our free
booklet, "Nervous Disorders."
DOITED DIE IS 1
CAUSE OF DISTRESS!
University Educator Becomes
Direct Target for Army of
When Prof. L. K Young of tho hits-Ion-
department of tho university ran
a- small boy dowu fonday afternoon
for hitting him in thc car with a snow
ball and then gaio tho youngster a
dime for "fessing" up, he did not
realize that he was sotting a danger
ous precedent for Iilniaelf. In speak
inir about thc matter, the protossor
As I was leaving lln; campus f
saw two small boys with mischiev
ous smiles molding sonic icy look
ing snow into hard little balls. I
was a little suspicious of them as
J passed, but thought that they
probably knew mo to bo au in
structor, nnd depended upon that
to save- myself. 1. wus mistaken,
for when j. had gone about a rod
past them I got a stinging blow
on tho ear which sent my hat
sailing into the slush.
I dropped my books and lookod
around to see tho boys Tunninj:
towards the training school at full
speed. T started in 'pursuit and
soon overtook tho slower of the
two. "Did vou throw that snow
ball" I aslted. "No," he said,
"it was that feller up there."
"Xo, it was not.' cuuio the an
swer from up the hill.
"Aro you right sure you didn't
throw it?" ' repeated to thc littlo
follow. At last with a look of
hopeless despair upon his face, tho
yountrnter admitted his g"ilt-
"That is right," T said. "You
' must always nil what you shoot
at." 1 tiavc thc voungster a
dime. At 'that the little fellow up
tho hill shouted down and in
formed mo that it was ho who
threw tho ball. T paid no atten
tion to his demand, though, and
soon forgot tho incident.
Tuesday night when T left
school about twouty little fellows,
iucluding my two former enemies,
were liued up along the fence
waiting for mo, and I. got the
worst snowballing 7 have had since
WASHINGTON. Feb. 4. After another
ineffectual effort today to force action on
President Taft's nominations, pending In
thc senate, tho Republicans decided lo
mako no further move for the present.
It la probable thoy will caucus before
beginning the fight again. Some Repub
licans predicted that any action by cau
cus would be negative.
"It has been demonstrated that thc
Democrats can block all confirmation,"
said Senator Galllngcr, discussing tho
situation, "and many of us consider lt a
pure waste of time to mako further at
tempt at confirmation. Wo aro liable to
decide to do nothing more."
Society Women Help.
BOSTON. Fob. 4. Several society
women today joined hundreds of strikers
In picketing the forty shops affected by
the walkout of 5000 garment workers to
enforce doajarjos for an lncreaso ln
wages and butter worlcins conditions. Tho
women pickets were warned by the strlko
leaders not to resort to violence.
You'll Nover Havo Stomach Trouble
After You Road This, and Act on
. It. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lots Are the Open Secret.
Thousands of people who hadn:t
really enjoyed a meal for years have
given their 6tomach a now lease of life
through tho wondcr-workors. Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tabids. Thoy promptly put
an end. to flatulency, heartburn, dizzi
ness, sick headache," dyspepsia, burning
sensation, brash, fermentation and tho
other ills attendant upon a disordered
Tho Stoina to the
Brain tho Instant Thorc is Trouble
lu this day and ago of known facts,
thcro is absolutely no excuso for anyone
lo miffcr with stomach trouble, indiges
tion, sour rising, catarrh of tho stom
ach, gas formations, etc.
Stuart's Dyspepsia TabletM aro com
posed of known and approved digest
ants that help out tho gnstric juices j
of the stomach. Thoy aro Kaluro's di- ,
gostivos, the saino kind tho Ftomauh !
uses when it is in pood health,
Stuart's Dyspepsia. Tablots do not
merely aid digestion thoy actually di
gest tho food themselves. All tho hard
work is thus taken off thc stomach and
it gets a chanoo to rest and Tecupcr
ntc. Tbo undigested food which tor
mcrly produced nauseating gases in the
stoinach becomes thoroughly digested
and ar. a result provides now' brain and
brawn and nerve colls to replace nat
ural waste always going on.
Stuart 's Dyspepsia Tablots act quick
ly, safely aud naturally, just like Ka
turo herself. They are a familiar and
standard part of " tho stock of overy
properly equipped drug storo and aro
Eola at 50 couttt a box. J
Those who onco try Stuart's Dyspep
sia. Tablots are never at a loss lo know
how to overcome anv form of iudigca
I Uon or stomach trouble.
TO STOP HAIR LOSS AND RIB YGUR SCALP
OF DANDRUFF, USE NEMO'S UEHPICIDE t
Po you have dandruff? Ioe your halr;aad hi-aiiU and .Jes .ot fal. out- Thr jli.'J
fall out? Is it scttlnc thinner and the Is igor and inttp where bfor the hair ilMfl
parting more pronouncd every
day? Jf .o. we advlpo you to
set busy right away or before
ft Is too late.
Wc are not trying to scar
you. Wo are simply telling you
the truth, if you would ward
off Impending baldness you mut
heck that hair los and rid
your scalp of dandruff.
Don't resort to tho uro of an
untried, oft brand hair prepara
tion when genuine Ilcrplcldc
'o.tt no more. You aro liable
to disappointment If you experiment-
Start rlsht and start
now with tho right remedy and
stick to it Newbro's HcrplHdo.
Use Herph-!d dally for a
while, then throe times a week
will he sufficient. Watch the
chance which takes place In thc
condition of your hair and scalp.
The scalp Is clean and free from
dands tiff. Tho hair looks strong
Woman Demands S2000
Damages for Partial
A tress of hair, long, brown and wavy,
attached to a piece of dried scalp and re
sembling for all the world tho trophy of
somo ancient Indian hattlo, lay on thc
tabic before a Jury In 'Judge M. L.
Ullchlc'fj courtroom yesterday, anil was
marked exhibit "A."
It was tho mule ovidencc of a neighbor
ly altercation between Lucy McKean.
owner of the lock, and Hugh Grant ct al.,
which, according to tho testimony offered
during the two-day hearing, must have
been almost as pangulnary as any Apache
war that ever happened.
Mrs. McKean values that lock of hair,
together with certain other portions of
her erstwhile hlrsuto adornment, at $2000.
She is asking for that amount of dam
ages from Grant and several other defend
ants In tho case, whom she charged
with assaulting hor in her own back yard
and pulling the hair from her head. The
caso was argued yesterday afternoon and
will be submitted to the jury tills morning.
"Silks and satin
Scarlots and velvets,
Put out your kitchen fire."
Neither do thoy pay tho cas bill. .
But tho Want Ad deals with the neces
saries of lifo so well that ho who usos
thorn is known as a wise and prudeut
man, who will never suffer penury."
, RADICAL CHANGES
PRINCETON, N. J.. Feb. 4. -Presidentelect
Wilson declared himself today In
favor of a radical change In the primary
laws of New Jersey to bo applied not
only to the nominations for United States
senators but tho governorship as well. A
bill is being prepared, ho said, modeled
after thc Wisconsin system which was
championed before Its adoption by Sena
tor La Follette. II would amend the
present law to penult second choice vot
ing. A majority would be required to
nominate rather than a plurality.
The president-elect had another Invita
tion today to visit thc Panania canal be
fore it Is opened to navigation. Colonel
W. C. Gorgas. a member of tho Isthmian
canal commission and health officer of
thc zone, called on Governor Wllpon and
urged him to see tho canal.
''I certainly hope to get thcro this sum
mer," iid Mr. Wilson.
TJio governor's day at Trenton was de
voted for tho most part to state business.
Interest in Uquor Bill.
By International News Service.
WASHINGTON. Fob. i. The house ju
dicially will tomorrow, it Is understood,
report favorably tho Webb liquor bill,
preventing tho Interstate shipment of
liquor into dry territory. All day mem
bers were besieged with telegrams from
both the white rlbboners and the liquor
Interests, urging their respective claims.
Whether the rules committee will be
forced to report a special rule to put the
antl-Uquor legislation through wa3 still
In doubt tonight.
Master Painters Meet.
DENVER. Kcb. I. More than f.00 dele
gates from all parts of the United States
and Canada were present today for tho
opening session of thc annual convention
of the International Association of Master
Talnters and Decorators. President J, W.
Morley of Winnipeg. Canada, presided.
Roports of officers and appointments of
committees were on today's business programme.
Leaves Partner -51,000,000.
NEW YORE, Feb. i. Tho filing tGday
of the will of Georgo W Croasman, u cof
fee Importci', revealed a. curious agree
ment between Crossman and his partner. 1
Herman SIcleken. A codicil to the will
showed thai ach had agreed to leave the
other 51.000.000. In addition to hlH be- '
quest to his partner. Crossman left near
lv a million to friends and relatives. ,
DENVER. Feb. -i Preparations for tho
national encampment of tho Socloty of
the Army of the Philippines, to bo held
In Denver August IS to 20, Inclusive, were
1 launched last night at a complimentary
dinner given Commander F. Warner
Krllng of Kansas City by nearly 100
Two Die in Fife.
KANSAS CITY. Feb. - Mrr. Alice
Hopkins of Dcnvor, Colo., and Mr. Mary
Kitchen, patienta at a private 3nltarlum
hero, were burned to death yesterday.
They arc believed to have set file to
j Bobbery and Burglary Charged, j
t Half a dozen complalnls -wore issued bv j
1 the county attorney yesterday afternoon
charging "Stub" Conroy. Sain Slmy and
Frank Kalov with lilghWKV robbory and
burglarA-. Th trio fell Into the hands of
the police Fvcral days ago. They are
nllegcd to have held up three or four ncr
! eons during the laet few weeks and to
have committed several burglaries. 11. D-
Lyon and Moron) Gillespie, city detectives.
aro the complaining wltnerscp.
Penrose Celebrates Birthday.
Charles W. ppnroiif. member of the first
presidency of the Mormon church, cclo
brntod thc eighty-first, anniversary of his
birth yesterday at the home of his daugh
ter, Mm. F. S. Brown, ln Sherman ave
nue, this city. Mr. and Mrs. Penrose
celebrated their golden wedding last Frl
Sookw Missing Wife
Ray Bridie, of 407 Norih Sixth Wett.
appaaled to xho polico for help yesterday
In locating hla wife, who he said has left J
home, where she is noedod to care for
their two small children j
whs d.-ad. dull and brittle. Th toT
itching whlrn ir no annoying itiil
slop and you njoy a. feeling ffclj
of irootnosB and cleanliness hith- VttK
erto unknown. U'-Jf
Any dealer will sll you New- Wlvi
bro's Uerplclde in &0-ccnt and fr?Ji
SI. 09 nlzn and guarantee It. If J
it dohii't do ax proml?d. if tK
you arc not satisfied, he r- jg fl
i-.ims iur money. But vou'll .3$
hr. satisfied. Tho first nppllca- . tl
Hon will convinco you that J a
Newbro'a IlerpIrMo lc the vcrv 4 Jj i
ihliUf for the hair. Its odor I: a 54
Application' may bp obtained M 2
r: th better barber nhops nnd t i ?
jolr drawing parlors. ?
Schramm - Johnson. Drug,
"Th Nvcr-Substltutors," Flv. 9 i
() Good Storm. nr special ta 1
agents. (Advertisement.) IS I
NOTED MINSTREL IS II
WINNER IN ACTION j
By International New? Service. ! e If
WHITE PLAINS, X. Y., Feb. 4. jiff
George Primrose, the minstrel, by a de- ! 8 M
clslon of Supreme Court Justice Kcogh ; ' f 5j
today, won a logal battle started by his c 31
wife, Mrs. Esther Primrose, to settle E Ijl
their marital difficulties. ; I M
Mr. Primrose sued for a separation fy
and alimony. Thc court's finding simply fl j
slates: "I direct Judgment for the de- ' L Pf
fondant without coats." Mrs. Primrose. .' f K
In her suit, alleged tbat hor hushand had. il
bt-en cruel and inhuman and that ho had VI
abandoned her. Primrose denied her al
legations and made counter charges of
cruelty. Mrs. Primrose contended her 'ft n
husband's Income was at least $25,000 per yiRj
annum, but ho claimed this was a gross lk tj
exaggeration. Mt t
I Conductor S. L. "Millor, Norfolk, Mi
Nobr., on Bouuatoel Division of C. &
N. W. Tty Co., recommends Foley Kid- fK
ncy Pills and says: "I have used smij
3roley Kidney Pills with very satisfac- wlp
tory results and endorse their use for WXk
any one afflicted with kidney trouble. fp
Tbcj arc all right.". Schratnm-John- Ik
son. Druns "'Tho Xever-Subetitutora" , Mi
Five (5) Good Stores. (Adv.) Ig
King Holds levee. fl i
LONDON. Feb. 4. The first levee at ifi
this season wus held bv King Gooi-go at IS
Buckingham palace today. Sir Edwui1 fit 1
Grey, thc British foreign secretary, pre- Iw I
sentod tho members of the staff of the mmk
United States embassy to his majesty- IS
Dr. F. S. Pearson, president of the Mexico ntm
Northwestern Railroad company, was ul3o (fm)
Ratifies Amendment. K
TRENTON. N. J. Fob. 1 Tho Now ! E
Jersey senate today ratified tho amend- I B
mcnt to tho federal constitution author- ! fi
lzlng congress lo ImpoEo an income ta. ! M
The house had previously ratified Hie ft S
! Children Cry m
j CASTORIA m
Husbands Arc Happy.
JEFFERSON CITY. Mo., Fob.. 4. A SB
bill was introduced In the legislature to- fjl
day prohibiting women from wearing-
dresses that button up the back unices ifsS
tho buttons bo as largo as a dollar. Th .vjlc
bill provides for a fine of fl to ZZ with a "Va
Jail sentence for persistent offenders. iff
There aro only loO " Afosida-by-thf pH
Lako" 40 aero irrigated tracts. And Alfff
they aro going mighty fast. Call th ty?
National havings it "Trust Co., Top t
Floor. Walker Bank Bldg.t Salt Lake tit
City, Utah, for complete information, rwf
"A plowman on his legs." says B. H',lJ
Franklin, "is higher than" a" gentleman tEl
on his knees." aud the man who use ljr
the Want Ads has far higher wisdom uZf
than he who never profits thereby. k5y
Newspaper Office Bums'. mm
ERIE. Pa.. Feb. 4. Fire destroyed Ui
plant of th Eric Evening Herald her B
today with a loss of SSO.OOO. H
.TTJSTRIGHT COAL, all kinds, carr- toff
fully Bcrecned. Alliance Coal Co., 11 Wm
Main street. Phono Was. -1443. M
Painters Meet. ju
DENVER. Feb. 4. More than 500 dole- Itjj
gatoa from all parts of the United States rijji
and Canada were present today for the Wyft
opening session of the annual conven- .
tlon or thc International Association of
Master Painters and Decorators. Prei- -ft-f
dent J. W. Morley of Winnipeg, Canada, 'ffij
presided. Reports of officers and ap- c.f f
polntment of commltteoa were on today h iff
business program. i lit
Lead Is Regained. jige
CONCORD. N. H, Feb. 4. Henry C $g
Hollis. Domocrat, not only regained th IfSB
lead ln tho contest for United State? mJ
senator today, but came within seven fUL
votes of being elected. fv"C
Jctifc a. little car. aod sciaS if.iiif iway ( . f f L
that's aJL Isat a bead of rVft,
heavy hair worth wfeS?
Ask Voor Doctor. fc&&Sfife ' , '
SUN TROUBLES 1
Instantly relieved by a hot bath '.Mv j
with Cuticura S(J5p and a single Hffi
application of Cuticura Ointment. WK
Sold everywhere. Sample of each, j'fr'h
with 32-page book, sent free. Ad- -j J i
dress "Cuticura," Dept. 2E. Bostoa.! j
ROLLER SKATING RINK
Now open undor new minaaonvmt. 11
SATURDAY AKTERNO0N8 AND. vM
EVERY EVENING EXCEPT Vfftt j
New Floor. Nov Skates. Montgonv
ery'n Military Band of 12 Pieces, -It-
ADMISSION 10 CENTS. j'