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;i" 'LHb SALT L KE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY- MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1913. 7
MB r OFFICE 2562 WASHINGTON AVENUE. PHONE 6B-L
'l Office Hours 6 a, m. to 10:30 a. m.; 3 p. tn, to 8 p. nr.
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spinal Contracts Signed for
jW Lighting System in
jm- Downtown District.
JMRLjI to The Tribune.
wttfti$, Fib. 13. In accordance with
jjjK?l nccDt agrocmout -with the Wober
BmIIv city commissioners today ratl
M?th Joint contract for the installation
TlH Operation of the "great white way"
A 1 tnr system in tho business district.
ssssssUE mrtlcs to tlie contract mo tho city
RBCiiliimicre. representing Ogdon oily;
ffjJcTchanl Llglii & Power company.
TWfprJcn Hapld Transit company ii ml
9l AVobT club, representing tho busl-
M intcrcfils In tlio district to he
sHslcorilract providos that tho money
.,,1 tD(j collected by tho Weber club
rKftl property In I lie "while way" dls
H 'ihW be expended In paying ouc
iHssstrths co.it of the iron poles, one-half
wC'fosl of (he cross-arms and one-half
HK'ttst of Installation. Tho club will
4Kv. rcsponslblo for one-half of the
MBit remaining one-half pt the cost of
iHisVf and their plnclng will be paid by
VrMj,n Rapid Trannlt cornpony. which
ssssEs&c free ueo cf Urn poles for sup
the street-car trolley wires. The
ItftMiit" LIKL & Po--ov company, in
'Hsttilfen to supplying Mio current, will
tHEiii flic arc lamps und keep tho polos
HKrltalr. From the city's standpoint the
HktW; company is lo be pnid $4.75
Bbirc light per month, the city paying
BE ,...h-tlf the operating cost for the
WErfitiT. The -J-I.75 rate applies for the
.KkMtMng two year.".
HHis alto fpeeiiled in the contract thai
HsK; slvill be fourteen arc lights to each
HjEy betwten Twenty-second and Twen
HJEisth streets on "Washington avenue
-Mfctwetn Wall and Washington are
mi on Twenty-fifth street. While the
jHS&'r dub has not succeeded in signing
HEili of the property owners in tho dis
9Hck Prtsldent H. M. Ilowe expects that
jwHjr sill bo accomplished within the next
'iVfrr iiyt, after which actual conclruc
Mmm writ wl'l be sorted.
tWILL SELECT. SH E
sn of School Administration Build
ing to Begin Soon.
I to The Tribune.
EN", Feb. 1.7. Acting on the petl
rucnt'ed by the board of education
it Monday night's meeting, the city
doners today granted the use of
for tho proposed school admlnlstra
lUlIdlnff lo be located on "Hudson
i at some point between Twenty
aid Lake streets. The grant la
d, however, with the stipulation
btro mud be no legal objeotlon to
ng a portion of Central park to
fti members of the commission do not
HBefete that there- will bo a legal ob-
BThe exact sit) will bo chosen
conference between the members
I wo city boards,
le recommendation of Mayor A.
, the commissioners donled the
f 1U?3 Anagunltha Noorlandor.
light to recover $200 for personal
allcEcd to have been received
the slipped and foil on an Ice
sidnwalk. Mayor Fell declared
whs unreasonable to undertake
the city responsible for slippery
ks during tin; winter season.
Mayor Says Dam in South
Fork Canyon Will Be
r Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Feb. IS. Municipal owner
ship of tho waterworks system netted
Ogden city ?r9,9S6.59 In 1012, according
to tho annual roport of Assistant Su
perintendent L.. P. Hardy, submitted to
the commissioners at their regular meeting-
todny. The report on the financial
condition was accompanied by a ntatc
ment from Mayor A. a. Foil, superinten
dent of the department, declaring that
a dam - on the city's reservoir slto in
houth Fork canyon will he built as soon
as tho clty'G linnncos will permit, but
that there would be no expenditure un
til tho clly'a legal rights were established.
According to Mr. Hardy's roport, tho
total aBsetfl of the waterworks depart
ment are 3855.277.1P, of which $555,400 Jh
the original cost. The liabilities are
represented, chiefly by the outstanding
bonds, amounting to this time to J525.000.
In 1912 the sross earnings of the svs
tem were SI00.359.44. the rated rentals
netting J5S.S71.25 and the metered rentals
The operating expenses for tho year
wer6 ?15.77.S5 and the Interest on honds
amounted lo $24,(125. Deducting the tptal
expense of 0,a72.S5 from the gross
earnings or 5100,359.44. Assistant Super
intendent Hardy reports the net earn
ings lo be 3oP.9SC.ri9.
In accordance with the contract en
tered into ai. the tlmo 3100.000 bonds
were issued for the building of the Cold
water conduit, It is npecifled in the ro
port that provision han been made for
the payment of the second annual install
ment of 525,000 on the principal from the
receipts of the system. This sum Is du9
on May 1, 1913.
PLAN BOOK ON OGDEN.
Mormon Missionaries May Be Furnished
With Literature for Distribution.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Feb. 10. Literature descrip
tive of the religious advantages and edu
cational acilltles of Ogden and Weber1
county will bo supplied to tho Mormon
missionaries in foreign nelds if Manager
O. J. Stilwoll of the Ogden Publicity bu
reau can place in operation a. plan now
under consideration. He reported to the
directors of the bureau toda.y that Apos
tle David O. McKay, who was approached
on the subject, had declared himself
heuitily in fa.vor of the plan.
It is the belief of Manager Stilwell that
the folder devoted to the religious insti
tutions of Ogden will have a tendency
to relieve the widespread Idea that Utah
is handicapped by religious Intolerance.
He favors combining tho folders on roll
glon and education into an attractive
booklet for foreign distribution. No defi
nite action wna taken by the directors
of tho bureau at today's meotlng.
NEW MANEUVERS PLANNED,
Governor and Staff Will Review lllah
Special to The Tribune.
OGD12N'. Fob. in. Several distinct fea
tures have been added to the progbnnmo
of mllitarj nnnieincrs which will he
Jl ' The Gold Dust Twins 9
TITVOES it occur to you, my friends, that woman's labor never
' jjjl.l ends: that is, if she's inclined to be a trifle stubborn
a: constantly. Some housewives glory in the thought that
mfe won must be re-fought.
"'H This jingle is for those who try to smile
JH -Vaf Axrf at toil and reason "Why;" who will not
Hi-0 "ousewife let the household cares crush down life's
otlier glad ars' You'll find, where
" ;fljr'th or Brown thus reason, in a certain town, that Gold Dust
Ippstomfoimize the number of back-aches and sighs.
y '-mt Gold Dust Twins forever toil, with dirt and trouble as a foil.
Bjjy start each morning, at the top, and only after night-fall stop.
dsmlzL' v i. z Theirs is to D0 if N0T to DIE
iiamiyu Knocking at Your Door Theirs js to never question" why?"
1 lyjf At kitchen tasks their talents
Wm f f IroOfu o shine; the floors they polish up
V 3Cfc n are fine; in fact, no matter where
fi5 JHT JVL 111 they go they leave a spotless trail;
MRLjSPBJ and so, like sunshine, when the
JJ sky is grey they help to drive the
w JLjMmUi clouds away.
' IHR Q Ht Each grain of Gold Dust also
' W shares in cleaning up the house-
" hold wares; each mop it touches
Mg18 bond, to make a mop a fairy wand; each brush or cloth holds
pifiway in driving dirt's dull care away.
WNk Til ITSlTUl
i ', COLOR AFTERAPPLYIWG SAGE TEA
With Pinlnlmt. T-rUarfie bottle for about nO ceirte, Some
.SBii OUipUUr J.t aruinrista malco their own, but it's
areilS BpanHfnllv usually too sticky, so insist upon pet-
-utytlUbllllllV in(r -wyoth's" w-Uiclt can be do-
S'ki atl(l Takp OfP" ' pendod upon to restore natural color
57UCI u UIL and bea-utj to the hair and is the best
idif'JVf Dandruff remedy for dandruff, drv favoriah,
"fmSBf. LU1 . itc, y ip and to stop fnllinpr hair
Smk FolUfi like "Wycth's Sane and
JMIBEfti Bni?iry one knows that Saco Sulphur" because no one can possiblr
VsfcfccPfr' Wwly compoundod, tell that you darkened your hair as it
t&8H hair .natural, color and lustre does it so naturally and evenly, sajs
r;Iift ...!)!hcg faded, streaked or well lenow downtown drutfcist. lo
OttUPm Si" d?n'lrur, ilchine ecalp dampen a sponge or soft brush and
VlHB.Wy t n5 b,R'r. Voars nKo tho draw it through your ham takinc puo
' ,lt at SA thio mixture was to small strand at a time. This requires
,mEra, mf' wbicl1 i ""issy and but a fow .momonfcs, by morning the
jHiaav: A-i, , prav bair disappears and after anothor
aaVBRtoaB in. le? chwnwlu do this application . or two is restored to its
$t&Im$tti loWvee- Bv akinK at natural color and looks evru more
SftS&A-i & ft? th readyto-use beautiful and glossy I. ban ever. Spe-
l&lfll8' a r l "tn'fl Sauo and cial ,apcnt Pc'hraDun-.lohnBon. Ltub.
a,rKomcdy'-y0u will Kofc a flvo stores. (Advertisement.)
FOR. A POUND CAN" Ob
To iDlroducft tliis fine POYfDER,
in every home, a Silver Tea
spoon is put in every can.
Don't forget you get a fine Tea
spoon and POWDER for 25c.
Ask 'our grocer for LUNETA
BAKING- POWDER today.
FREE coupons Cor Rogers' Fine
Silverware in every package.
given by tho Ogden high school cadets
hefore Governor William Spry and the
membors of his staff at the annual cadet
hop on Friday evening, February 21 The
new numbers will consist of a wall-scaling
exhibition and a demonstration of
signal work as it is taught in tho United
For the wall-aoaling demonstration the
students of the manual training depart
ment are now building, a .sectional wall,
which can bo erected on the floor of the
assembly hall and removed Immediate!'
after the drllL Ono of the companies or
cadela will prcsont a physical drill with
out guns and the- othor will present Butt'j
manual. Tho drills will bo presented wltn
music furnished by an clghteen-plecc or
chestra, under the direction of Prof. B.
Prior to the programme and the ball
which will follow, tho visitors will be
guests of tho cadetB at a banquet, to be
prepared and served by the students of
tho domestic science department under
the direction of Miss Eva Farr. the in
structor. The cadet battalions of tho
Salt Luke high school and Utah Agricul
tural college have been invited to at
tend I ho ball. Several hundred invitation-
to prominent Ogden people will bo
sent o"nt on Monday.
STONE BREAKS CLASS.
Speeding Auto Drives GmII Rock
Specln I lo The Tribune.
OGDEN, Feb. 13. The unusual effect of
a speeding auto upon u. small stone on
the pavement resulted in the arrest of
Alfred L-arrlda, a taxicab chauffeur, by
Patrolman John HuescII this morning.
The wheel of the rapidly-moving auto
struck the stone in such a manner as
to propel it. wltii considerable force
through a plate class window at the Bis
marck cafe, 12S Twenty-fifth street.
Unaware of the damage resulting from
the operation of his car, Larrlda was
later arrested on a. chargo of speeding.
He was arraigned before Judse W. H
Reedor a t once and pleaded ".guilty to
the charge, but denied that he was run
ning his car faster than twenty-Are miles
per hour, because the motor would not
permit of greater speed. Judge Beeder
took the matter under advisement until
EOYS FOUND DRUNK.
Six Lads Under 10 on Spree With Whisky
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDETN". Feb. 13. Si?: hoyc, not one of
the number more than 19 years of ago,
were arrested by Sergeant C. B. Lavno
and Special Officer Oscar Swanson tills
ovening for drunkenness. Thcv had se
cured several bottles of whlskv from tho
ruins of the burned sanitarium, all be
ing arrested in tho vicinity of tho former
Several of the number wore so Intoxi
cated they could not walk without as
sistance. All are locked In the city jail.
They gavo their names and ages as: Wil
liam Shopard, 10; William Maxwell, 17;
Clarence Bockman, 19; Randolph Hender
son, 18; Lawrenco Moulding, 18, and
William Martin, IS. As tho first two are
under IS years of age, their cases will
probably he submitted to the juvenile
Asks Demurrer hi Gambling Oaso.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. rcb. 13. Tiio caso of Oe.len cltj
iiKiUnKt thu revon Japs aii'l Chluamau Ukcn lu
tho police r.ild ou n allcul gambling . resort
under Joo WIiib'b wlnuiant n fow nlRbtu nco,
wan callnd for trial beforo Judge TV. H. Kcoilur
today. Atlornor T. D. Johrtfon, royrcjcrjllrifc
tlio flefentfaatn. ioovixJ for a. dcruurror und tho
mnttor woo tnkon under ndvlnomnnl until Mou
duy morning. TJnltko tlio roxult or tlio two
prerlouii rnldn on Uio e.mic place, tho tcveu
men under bond wero charged vrlth vasrancr In -ulcad
of punibllus. It Is coutfliidcd by tbn de
fendants' attorney that tho nllcgntlom of tho
complaint do nut coiiRtltuto it cnuso of action.
Mrs. Mattio Pord Dies.
SpccIM lo Tho Tribune
OGDEN, Tcb. Mrs. Tdattio E Kord, wlf
of Oamw B. Ford, 3250 Stephens nvouue, died
at 5 o'clock thin morning followlnc a brief 111
nn of four dajo. Dc.ilh v.-as duo to peritonitis
mid Inflammation of the utonuch. Mm. Kord,
who wis 22 yrra old, wi tho daughter of Mr.
Hiid Mrs. Gcnrgo BAt.man. Bosldca tho hunband,
cbc lo BurvlTPd by two ions, asod 2 and I ycatu.
DlKhop 1). II, Unalfni will bo In chnrgo of tho
rtmoi-Jl Kan'lccs, which nlll bo held In tho l'lret
wurd chnpel nt C o'clock Sundy afternoon. Tlio
body trill Ho In slato at Uio homo of tho parents.
Wall avenuo, bntvrowi tho hours of 2 Mid C
p. ni. Saturday afternoon and until I o'clock
Divorce Matters Up,
Special to Tlio Tribune.
OGDCM, Fob. 13. Judito K. J. Harris crantcd
an Interlocutory deurco of dlvorc today to
Emily Cheshlro in hor cult acxtiuit John It.
CliMhlro. In addition to tho dncrea (ho plain
tiff v.'uj printed the rluut to iroumc hor maiden
name. Emily Bncher.
.Tosopuluc Ilrlnkcrhoff filed a complaint In thn
dJutrlct court brlnglnR eult for dlvorco from Gar
rett M. Brltikerlioff ou tho ground of abandon
mnut. The partlw worn married In this city on
November 10. 1D07. Mrs. BrlnXorhoff petitions
tho court for t2u per month alimony and the
restoration of her maiden name. Joxephlao Wal-dron.
Versatile Artist to Entertain.
Special to Trlbuuo.
OflDKN, Feb, 13. Ralph Bingham, an enter
tainer who ban appeared on nearly every lecture
platform In tho country, ttIII be heard at the
Weber acudainy tomorrow ovcnlw: as ono of the
regulir numbcrn of tho academy lecturo course.
Mr niiiKhnin Ir rated as a vory Tcaatllo cnter
tutiier from tho fact that he Blngn. plays the
violin nud tolls humorous stories. According to
thn advice:: received by tho entertainment com
mittee. 31 r. Dlugnam has appeared beforo S000
audlencea durluc hU career a an entertainer.
Saya Shoes Were Sololeso.
Special lo Tho Tribune.
OGDEN", Feb. 13. Declaring that tho ubtenco
of nolen on her uhoes prevontcd hoc from keep
Ins a proTloun promlr.o to r.-alk out of town,
Mrs. Itmma NI1011 pleaded for another chauco
to TralJc when the was arraigned bforo JuiIro
V II. ner.aer on a vucrancy cbarco this worn
Inf. Tho woman's hnaband was alio amlrned
on a similar charge, Judgo iteeder deelartni: 'tjial
ftxo days In tho city Jail probably would bn henc
flclul lo both und reenrdod aeuleuco accord-InKly,
Pioneer Woman Buried.
Srr.tal to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Feb. 13. Tho funeral of Mrs. Mehrab
Stonn ntchardoon. a former resident of thin city
and n. plnnner of tho state. vau held at lukoiu.
Idaho, yojtcrdiiy. Mn. Ttlchardion cain lo Utah
In 1350.' residing In Ogden for twenty years. Bho
thon removed to ItUhu find wan a realdnnt of
Tocatcllo for many years. She was CS yojra old
at tbn tlmo of her death.
Burglars Mako Good Haul.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Fob. 13. Burglar nnternd the Tabic
barber shop. 233C Washington avcuun, vorue time
before 11 o'clock (anient and aocurrd J7f) In cash,
a diamond rlnft valued at S12S and other srtlcloif.
V. V. Baniti, the pruprlotor, ntapped at tho Miop
whll on his way homo from a uliow and dis
covered that the place had been ranpacked. En-
(tranco was j;alnc1 b7 breaking a rear window.
The pollco liavo no cluea.
Woman Taken to Mental Hospital,
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. Fob 13 Mr. MuYy WlillInK a for
mer "eildent of Munt'ivlHo but who ha bn
claTlns at the couny Inflrnuirr for ihi pnl few
months, was ta5.cn lu tho Halo mental UoaplUl at
DEMOCRATS FAIL TO !
Utah County Committee U li
vable to Agree on Poslmas
lers for Lchi and Provo.
Special io The Tribune.
PROVO, Feb. IS. The Tjomocratlc
county committco met today to consider
candidates for positions a3 postmas
ters in Utah county under the com
ing Democratic administration. With
tho exception of Spanish Fork, no
candidates wero agreed upon ' dctl
nltcly, tho selections in tho case of
Provo and Uehi being left to the stato
oointnittco, which lias already declared
that county committees must decide such
matters for themselves.
W. A. Jones, a member of tho county
committco. was t lie unanimous choice
for postmaster at Spanish Fork. In .Lchi
there are two strong candidates, Joneph
Anderson and lSlmcr Peterson. Both
names will he recommended to the stato
committee, despite its announcement that
It wanted the county committees to do
cido upon one cnndldate. '
in Provo there are four candidates.
They vai'e II. C. .lex, chairman of the
county committee: J. C. Anderson, A. O.
Smoot and David Obenshaw. All four
will be recommended to the 3tate lead
ers. Anderson is considered tho most
likely candldato for tho .job. lie ban the
recommendation of prominent Democrats,
including "Uncle Jesse" Knight, and also
of the Provo Democratic precinct. It Is
believed that he will be recommended to
President Wilson for appointment as the
successor to Postmaster James Clove.
Tho members of the county commit
tee are: II. C. Jox. Jesse Knight. W. F.
Giles. T X. Taylor. W. A. Jones and J
BOY IS CRUSHED TO
DEATH AT SMELTER
Special lo The Tribune.
MURK AT, Feb. 13. Cane Sllverthom,
aged 19. was Instantly killed in the
smelter lioro today when his body was
caught In the hoisting drum and tho cable
wrapped around It. The boy came here
from Denver with hin brother and sister
about three weeks ago, making Ills homo
with them on Soventeenth South street.
The accident occurred about noon Sll
vorthorn had been running the hoist for
three days. In some way he got. caught
in tho cablo near the drum and before
he could extricate himself he was thrown
onto the drum. Tho heavy cable wrapped
around hl6 body, crushing most of his
bones and cutting off his right arm. Al
though funeral arrangements have not
been made, it la probahlo that Iho body
will bo shipped to Denver for interment.
OPERA HOUSE SOLD.
Knight Interests Dispose of Bulldlnn to
Special to The Tribune.
PKOVO. Fob. in. The Provo1 opera
house was sold today to a company which
will Incorporate in a few days. Tho con
sideration wan In the neighborhood of
$15,000, but "Uncle Jesso" Knight would
not r.tato tho exact amount he received
for the building. The Knight interests
had a company incorporated some yearn
ago at 51S.00U, with Jesse Knight as
president und R. 13. Allen as secretary
and treasurer. It secured the old opera
house about ten years ago on a mort
gage. The original cost of tho place,
which was built about twenty-eight years
ago. was 5-30.OOO.
Tho new company, which consists of
II. C. Jex, tlio present manager, and I. A.
Smoot, J3 G. ISpperson, Walter Adams,
W. E. Stoker, II. C. Illeks. JE. II. East
mond, Prof. J C. Swenson and Leroy
Dixon, will moot In a few days and re
organize tlio company. They are plan
ning extensive improvements and a com
plete remodeling of the house.
BROWNING SUCCEEDS ECCLES,
Directors of Brlgham State Bank Select
Special lo Tho Tribune.
ERIGHAM CITY. Feb. 13. The direc
tors of tho State Bank of Brlgham Clly
met yesterday and effected a complete
reorganization of directors and ofllcers.
The late David Ecclcs of Ogden was the
bank's president until his death. In his
place M. S. Browning was named as
head of the banking Institution. Other
ofilcors are as follows: R. I.. FIshburn,
first vice prcsldont; John Watson of Og
dcriA second vice president; V. T. Davis,
Brlphum City, cashier, and George A
Anderson, assistant casliier. Tho board
of directors is composed as follows: M.
S. Browning, R. U. FIshburn, Jr., Nels
Jensen. John Watson, C. W. Hall, P. A,
Nobeker, II. II. Rolnpp, J. C. Knudson,
"Bingham Day" in Schools;
Special lo Thu Tribune.
ni.VOIIAM, Fob. IS. Tho flrat annual "Uln:
lium day" In tho local public schoola will bo
held Friday, Fobniary 31. PieparnllODa are b
ln: made by tho teachers and pupllit, under tho
dlrecllou of Principal A. C. Nolsou, to enter
tain tho parents and others Interested In tho
work of tho schools. The day'n events will
cloas with a meeting of parents In Canyon lull
In tho evening.
Brimliall Goes East.
PHOVO. Feb. IJ.-I'rcsldont G. H. nrimhall of
nrlghaci Yoims university will lcavo hero Sat
urday for Philadelphia, wbcre he will attend
tho national convention of school associations.
While thoro he will visit nevoral educational In
stitutions and will Incidentally do some work to
bring the National Education association to Utah.
j Breaks Ankle in Pall.
I PARIC C1TV, Feb. 13. Vcxtorday afternoon,
whtla on his .way borne, Frutik Luke fell on the
sidewalk and broke ono of the small ankle
bones Iti his right leg. .Dr. Drowning was called
and Iiko waiv taken Into one of (be down
town busluoss houses, whero the broken bona
wan if t.
! Provo by Deputy Sheriff George lcnlham. Mir.
.Wliltlng was adjudged Incann by Judgo N, J.
j Harris and a board of medical examiner?.
i Porgor Taken to Prison.
OGDEN. Fib. 13 Deputy Sheriff Thomas De
Vine wan In Silt Lttko today lo deliver over to
tho warden of Iho ctat" prUon Jurnos Duncan,
who was sentenced In tho district court, a few
days ngo to serve thivo years for forjfery. Dun
can confessed to rlgntns tho uarno of Olto E.
! Lund lo 11 check for f7.J0.
Marriage Licenses Granted.
OGDEN, Feb. 13. MarTlagc llccmm were grant
tA today to Clifford Lionel Elliott and Ml( Clara
Jncknon, both of Ogden: William 8. Mots of
Prcnton. Idaho, and Mlsu Ella M- Prlco of Lrwls
ton. lltih; Clifford Barber ot Clearfield, and
Florence Sinedley of Syracuse.
Progressives Plan Loctures.
OO DEN, Fob. 13. In a cll W&ucd by the Wober
county centinl cnniulltoe of tho Progressive party
tho Hull Mooscrs liaTe bcMi requested to ftltend
a gouvial meeting to be hold In th county build
ing at 2 o'clock next SatunlAy nCtornom Th!
purpon of the meeting U to arraru: for a aerlra
of lectures to be given durlntt the aummnr months,
WHEN HOiiP OPENS
Southern Utah Farmers AAeei
at Richfield for Helpful
Spocial to The Trlhunt.
RICHFIELD. Fob. IS. The southern
farmers' roundup opened here today with
a large attendance- Cattlemen from all
parts of sou thorn Utah were present, as
tho programme for today was arranged
especially for them. Prof, John T. Calno
III. of the Agricultural college was in
charge of these features of the da v.
The introductory remarks woro made
by Dr. E. G. Peterson, director of ho
college extension deparjmcnt. lie talked
on "The Agricultural Outlook," predict
ing il bright future for tho farmer. In
rtih. Prof. W. E. Carroll of IxwirPdis
cufsed tho feeding of farm animals anil
the breeding of cattle. John K. Olson
of Ephralm, one of the state's foremost
cattlemen, talked on "Breeding for the
Range." Tho judging of feedora. and fa-t
cattle was done by Professor C'alnc.
Dr. John A.'Wldtcop, president of the
State Agricultural college, and Dr. Pe
terson were the speakers at the evening
meeting. Dr. Wldtsoe's subject was
"The Future of Utah's Agriculture." Ho
lold of the possibilities of developing the
grain production of the state through
dry farming and made recommendations
concerning tho adjustment of horticul
tural and agricultural problems now con
fronting tho farmers of tho state. Dr.
Peterson discussed "Impending Federal
Legislation and What It Means to Utah
Farmers." Tomorrow will bo woolgrow
er3 and swlnebreederc' dav. MJss Ger
trudo McChcyne and Mlsc Uea Ivins of
tho woman's department of the college
are in chargo of the hou&ekeepcrs conference.
BITTER TOVARD OSTEOPATH.
Residents of King Hill Stirred Up Over
Special to The Tribune.
BOISE. Feb. IS. Charged with man
slaughter, Dr. C. C. Smith, an osteopathic
Physician of King HJH, was Arrested at
that place today and is being held as
responsible for the death of Mlr-s Clara
Foy, the school teacher who died Tues
day from starvation. It was on the ad
vice said to have been given to Miss Foy
by Dr Smith that the young lady at
tempted a forty-day fast.
The complaint against tho physician
was filed by the postmaster of the vil
lage. The authorities learned today that
Dr. Smith had been called In to treat
Miss Foy for stomach trouble and had
informed her she wa3 suffering from ul
cers of tho stomach. He is said to have
advised her to cat as little as possible
and then to take a long fast. Th young
lady followed his advice, it is claimed.
She fasted for forty days, when Dr.
Smith gave her the juice of oranges. The
weakened condition of Miss Foy as a re
sult of lite starvation cure could not be
improved and she dl?d.
Residents of King Hill are highly In
censed over the death of the school
teacher and feeling runs high agalnet
BRICK COMPANY BUSY.
Provo Concern Gets Big Orders for Utah
Special to Tho Tribune.
PKOVO, Feb. IS. The Provo Prcesod
Brick company, under tho management
of S. IL Belmont, received an order to
day for 917,000 pressed brick to bo used
by the Ulah-Idaho Sugar company in tho
construction of its sugar factory at Pay
son. The order came through IS. G.
Breeze of the Dyer Construction com
puny, which has the contract for the
erection of the factory.
The company also received an order
today for 100,000 brick for the building of
a flour mill in Provo for 'John F. Smith
of Salt Lako and Sprlngvllle. Another
order came from Linrion for -13,000 brick.
Mr. Belmont says they estimate that they
will need not less than 1,000,000 brick to
supply the local demand hero this spring.
Lectures on Lake Bonneville.
Special to Tho Tribune.
POCATEULO. Feb. 13. Prof. Norman
B. Adklson, head of the science depart
ment of the State academy, yesterday de
livered an address in the student assem
bly hall before a great number of visit
ing townspeople, on the topic, "Pre
historic Lake Bonnevlllo." Tho present
evidences of lako shores were dlncussed
extensively, with their special relation to
the conditions which wero necessary for
their production. The dopth and extont
of tho old lake and Interesting points
concerning moraines, deltas, and the over
flow and outlet were ably handled in a
scientific manner. It was of particular
Interest to Pocatello people because the
outlet of the early lake led through the
Portneuf river, and here where the river
debouched upon tho plain great deposits
of rounded boulders wero left.
Commercial Club ElectG.
Special to Tho Tribune.
IDAHO FALLS. Ida., Feb. 13. Tho an
nual meeting of the Club of Commorco
was held Tuesday evening nnd the follow
ing officers were chosen for the ensuing
year: President. M. B. Teaman; first
vice president. C. M. Cline; Bccond vice
president, C. E. Snath; third vico presi
dent. William E. Whooler; treasuror, C.
C. Campbell: directors, E. N. Musselman,
N. P. Shuttleworth. A. V. Scott. W. A.
Bradbury, M. B. Bundlce and A. J. WIp
perman. The report of the secretary showotl
the club in a good financial condition.
There are 160 membors in good standing
and $iri0 In the treasury, with all bills
O'Neil's Sentence Indeterminate..
COEUR D'ALENE, Ida.. Feb. 13. For
having made false statements ns to the
financial condition of tho State Bank of
Commorcf. at Wallace, Ida., of which he
was president, B. F. O'N'ell was sen
tenced today to serve from two to ton
years in tho penitentiary. He was al
lowed sixty days to perfect an appeal,
during which time ho will be held in tho
county Jail. His sentence Is to run from
tlie hour lie enters tho penitentiary.
Trees Not Damaged.
SiHirlsl to Tho Tribune.
I'flOVO, Feb. 13. There bsT been many rumors
of late concerning tho fruit trees bolsg killed
by tho rrost and cold tho past few days. Wil
liam M. noylance, thu loading trull dealer ot this
county, has tud an export going into ovary sec
tion of tho county and states that this In a mis
take, that tho trees Ihus far have not been hurt
In the least. Roylanco has had a number of
telegrams from eastern Jobbers who bad hoanl
that thn fruit trees In tbl: section were all
Mrs. S. S. 3., Van Buren St., .King
ston. N. Y. (full name furnished on
application), bad such decided benefit
from using Foley's Honey & Tar Com
pound that she (shares bcr good fortune
with others. Sho writes: -"Foloy's
Honey & Tar Compound brought my
voice back to mo during a 6evoro case
of bronchitis and laryngitis. Oh, how
many pcoplo I have recommended it
lo.,; Schrnmm-Johneon. Drug?, "The
Novor-Substifcutors," Five (5) Good
Storcj, v (Adverlisomont.)
coyTimriNG today and Saturday that rousing jiH
I SALE OF
I g $1.50 and $1.75 I
i fj hovv 1
1 l sty'lch, ' ' plenty of
1 feifces. All made ol" genuine Aruoskeag
I 4ralrf singhams stripes, cheeks and plain colors, iil
Dutch neck or high neck models; sizes 34,
I 'lliP 36,' 3S up to oO. Positive $1,50 and $1.75
I ""Slilipp5" "v allies. Today and Saturday, at the Paris !
I VI Tiemoviil Sale, 95c each.
FIGHT I MEDIA
Idaho House in Hot Debate
Over Provision for Ex
amination of Couples.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOISE, Feb. 13. After , passing two
now county division bills today the house
j of representatives of the Idaho legislature
I engaged In a heated controversy over the
Koelsch medical marriage bill, which was
up for general debate and final passage.
Although the house was in session up to
6 o'clock tonight, a final vote on the
Koelsch bill could not bo reached and It
went over until tomorrow.
The two county division bills passed
were those of Jefferson, making another
new county out of Fremont county, and
Boundary county, which Is taken oft of
territory in what la now Bonner county.
Fremont county is In the southeast and
Bonner Is tho mont northern county in the
slate. There was llttlo opposition to
A resolution was Introduced calling for
the abolishment of tho Albion Stato Nor
mal school nt Albion, in C'awsla county.
This lnsti Union has been under fire for
Try "GETS-IT"- See
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Tou'vc tried a lot of things for corns,
but you've still got them. Try tho new.
sure, quick, cosy, painless way tlio new-
"First Time In My Life I Got Rid of
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plan corn cure, "GETS-IT." Watch it
set rid of that corn, wart, rnllous or bun
ion in a hurry, "GETS-IT" is as sure as
time. It takes two seconds to apply
that's all. No bandages to stick and
fuss over, no salved to make corns sore
and turn truo flesh raw and red, no
plasters, no more knives and razors that
may cause blood poison, no more digging
at corns. Just the easiest thing In the
world to use. Your corn days are over.
"GETS-IT" Is guaranteed. It Is safe,
never hurt healthy flesh.
Your druggist sells "GETS-IT," -T.
cents per bottle, or direct If you wish,
from E. Lawrence A Co.. Chicago.
Chicken and Pigeon
Kaffir Corn $1.50 per cwt.
This Week Only
Bailey & Sons
1 BEHTAL CO.I
f12 MAIN STREET. I
Palnleaa extraction of teeth or no pay.
All work cuarantood.
We Treat You Right
Office hours: S;S0 a. tn. to- 6 p. m. f
Sundays, 10 to 2. Phon 1156.
years and tho present temper of the lp
islature is to take tho resolution sen 1
ou.ly. The Koelsch marriage bill pro ijH
vldes for a twenty-day publication o' jlH
marriage licenses Issued and p. physical ll
examination of both parties wishing to
be married. nH
The light on the bill centered about th IH
physical examination provision. The bill IH
provides that tho certificate of good IjjH
health must be nccurcd from a reputable 1
physician and recorded with the count"
recorder. Tlie object of Lhl3 provision Is
to prevent tlie contraction of diseases jH
The bill has tho indorsement of the worn- iH
en'c clubs of the state. It was defended lH
by its author, Koelsch, and a bitter at jjl
tack on it was led by Colonl Ferguson H
of Pocatello. H
Tvlcaulcu Epidemic Growing.
PAUK C1TT. Keb. 13.' Ovdas to tie aunse
our cscec cf meiilte in this city at tho prsenr tM
Use and tho rapidity wlUi which this dlect.o jiH
Is spreading, thn advisability ot closing the IH
rchcols and all other public places Is belsc serl H
cutly considered by th( local uthorttl and !
a meeting will bo held tome ertalng this wed. 'H
to definitely delormlna wbtther or not this step 'H
CASTOR I A I
?or Infants and Children.
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Slgnat ire of
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H9 To sell a man once is jE
911 oasy, but tho goods yon
H sell liavo to make Rood B IH
HI if you expect a repeat
MS Aberdeen Coal ir. in tbo Bfl
H9Q ''make qood!' class. By HjVjVj
HR beat Unit and Analyt- ) jflH
HQ ical tests wo liavo Hp!
BJI proved that it is bet- JHIJ
HI tor than any other MM Hl
Hfl Western Coal. Once H HjH
D tried, it is used, for all Hj HjH
PBB If you are not alroadv H
HI buruinc Aberdeen Coal, HI H
H I you should sturt at HI HjH
IV Mined by the independ- iH
HI cut Coal & Coke Co., at Hi! HH
Ml Kenilworth. Utah. C. N. HI HH
JHB Strevell. 'Pres. am! Gon. HI IHH
Ml Mgr.; Jos. H. Paterson.
WmJr vcc Fres.-Treas. ; F. A. HJ H
FARMERS AND I
"THE PEOPLE'S BANK"
Now open for business in its 'H
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jst. So. Goninierci.il and 'HH
Savings Accounts solicited, 'H
4 per czut iuterest paid on :HH
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