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llO THE SALT LAKE TRIBLME, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 9, 1913. S
if. I OGDEN DEPARTMENT
iBl OFFICE 2562 WASHINGTON AVENUE. PHONE GGJ.
)B Office Hours 6 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.; 3 p. m, to 8 p. m.
I SACRED HEART ILL
GNE iifiL PLAY
Concert Complimentary to
Father Cushnahan Will Be
Special to TIio Tribune.
OGDO?, March 8. In accordance with a. lo:ig
. - . " established custom, tho students of Sacred Heart
academy iclll present on next Thursday ovonlne,
Mrch . "Th Coming of Geraldlne," a drama
In five, act, In honor of Iho Rev. Father P, M.
Cushnahan, who Is regarded as tho most loyal
friend of tho educational Institution. The potlonal
fcatt of St. Joseph's pastor coincides this year
with special Lenten observances, so the celebra
tion hie been advanced a few dajs.
- - la addition to the trlbulo to tho Rev. Cushna
han, the presentation of tho play will be a cele
bration of Saint Palrlck'u day. All friends find
patrons of the academy arc- mont cordially In
vited to bo present. Tho programme of tho even
ing, which will bo given Id tho academy hall at
7:30 o'clock. Is as follows:
Part I. Tho Minstrel Doy, Wlegand.
Vlollus Mines Toy. Duncan, Downey. K. Fre
borg, A. Klrchoff, R. Aatlll and D. Proudfoot.
' Greeting Anticipations. Miss Reddy.
Tart II. "Tho Comity; of Geraldlnc." a drama
In five acta. Tho following will uke part: Ruby
Cook, Margaret Cramer, Ruth Ragan, Margaret
Comslock, Margaret McFadden. I'liylll Duncan.
. 1 Gladys Hardy. Gladys MurgMve, Lillian O'Neill,
Harriet Bean, Mac Griffin. Ruby Cheshire, Kath
leen Cronln. Winifred Klrchofr, Ruth Smith,
Althca Brown, Nora. Dunne. Ruth Thatcher, Aga
School children who will partlclpito are Cath
erine Shufflobarger. Bessie Sparks, Gladys Kon-skl,
Harriot Haxicsess, Mary Hulchlngs, lone Jurden,
Nova. Bragg and FarnetU. Crowley.
Miss l-Yeborg will act as accompanist. Music
during tbo Intermissions will ho furnished by the
Misses G. Malone and Ragan.
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B Shower for His Sister.
Tho homo of Patrolman J. A. Conyers waa the
scene tof an Interesting gathering Friday evening,
tho crent being shower In honor of his sister-in-law.
Mrs. Minerva Jacobson, who stopped
off here wjth her husband, en route to Twin Fills.
Idaho, where they will mako their homo. Dinner
wag a feature of the evening.
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FREE Ml JOBS OH DIE
IS LOTS TIEST
Joseph Belnap of Ogden Re
ceives Strange Missive
Through the Mails.'
Special to The Tribune.
OGDISN. M;ire5i S.A nither enide and
daii;croua efTort to secure the release oi
Abe Majors, a convict now servlns a life
5e:itonce in Hie 3tate penitentiary for thft
killing of William Brown, a former cap
tain of the Ogden police, is tlie motive
behind a threatening loiter received by
Joseph H. Belnap of the firm of Ballard
& Belnnp, a few da-s :igo. Belnap is
threatened with death unless his father.
Joseph Belnap. a resident of Rexburg,
Idaho, signs a statement within ten days
to the effect thut .Majors la not the
man who snot Brown. The Intter has
been placed In the hands of the postof
lico authorities and spuclnl agents arc
at work on the case.
The letter was received by Belnnp last
Tuesday and, as It bears the date of
March 4. the limit of time In which lie
is called upon to act Is Murch U. The
initials "L.. C." are signed to the letter,
but the authorlilos have a better clew
to the Identity of the writer in that a
man giving what was probably an as
sumed name called upon Belnap In Rex
burg In connection with the matter about
three weeks ago. This fellow represent
ed that he was In the employ of Mrs.
Wagner, the mother of Majors, who is
now residing In Salt Lake, lie claimed
to be representing a Salt Lake law firm,
He also stated that he was a detective
of the capital cltv.
Auer iieinap Had embodied his caller's
statements in an affidavit,' Belnap re
fused to sign any kind of a paper ex
onerating Majors and caused the arrest
of the supposed agent on the charge
pr carrying concealed weapons. The fel
low gave the name of A .1. Both. After
serving a brier sentence in the Rexburg
jail and remaining about the city for a
row days, Roth disappeared on Thurs
day, tebruary 27. The following Tues
day the son. Joseph Belnap, Jr., In this
city, received the threatening letter
through the mail. It was mailed In this
The shooting of Captain Brown oc
curred about twelve years ago during
the administration of C. K. 'Lavne aa
sheriff of Weber county. Captain Brown,
accompanied by II. n. Cordon, thon
sheriff of,J3ox Elder county; Joseph Bel
nap. a dobutv under Sheriff Tn
others, were pursuing Abe Majora and
his brother, wanted for highway robbery-
They had followed t-he brothers
Into a ravine cast of the Utah Hot
Sprlngu when the Majora secreted them
selves behind rocks and opened fire on
the officers. Captain Brown, who was
less than fifty yards behind the pair,
was killed by tho first volley and the
brother of Abe Majors also was killed.
Abe, the present convict, gave himself
An effort was made to clear Majora
by representing that Captain Brown was
shot from behind and probably by Dep
uty Belnap. The rumor became current
at the time of the trial, but according to
those familiar with the detallB ample
proof waB brought out at the time that
Brown was shot by Abe Majors,
Deputy Belnap waB with Sheriff Cor
don on a ridge abovo and slightly in ad
vance of Brown and this, it is declared,
would have made it almost impossible
for him to shoot the police officer. The
present attempt to lay tho blame at the
door of the Rexburg man is not tho
first which has been made, but the pre
vious efforts to secure the release of
Majora hag never taken the form of a
death threat such as received by the
former deputy's son in this city.
According to Warden Arthur Pratt
of the state penitentiary, Majors Is gulltv
of enough crimes to keep him In prison
the remainder of his life even If he was
exonerated of the killing of Brown. He
has been a most unruly prisoner and at
present spends hla time In solitary con
finement for a murderous attack upon a
guard and Inciting the other prisoners to
attempt a Jail break.
Water Company Incorporates.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN", March 8. Articles of Incorporation for
the Canyon Springs Water comprint havo been
filed with County Clerk S. G. Dye. The lncor
poratoru and first officers aro G. L Becker, presi
dent; F, J. Klesol. rice president: J. H. De
Vlne. secretary and treasurer: A. E, Decker and
3lmon Bnmbcrser. tocellier with others, directors.
Tho new company Is capltnllred for J5000 with
shares at tho par ralue of $10 esch. Tho object
of the Incorporation la to buy and sell wntcr
rights, negotiate for waterways and build canals.
! SUSPECT EX-COIICT
OE SHI MURPHY
Police Are Searching for
Negro Who Displayed
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDK.V. Slarch S. While laborlnc under the
Imprest. I on thai W. M. Watson, the negro now
hflld" it tho city Jail as a burpect. Is Killlty nf
the (.hoiMllij: of rntrolmon John J. Murphy and
John Hutching early Trlday mornlm:. thcrn Is a i
priMlblllty Hia( tho 'police Imvn allowed tho real
rrlmlml to ccapo. Although Chief of Police j
V. I. Norton Is blill convinced that Watiou Ix j
the nun wanted, a search Is halnc imulo lor
Kiifjenn Drynn, mi c.-ronvlct. who war. telenyed
from Hi'-- ?tnto prlnon a few djtr. npo.
Tl.o iPinnvnt of tho bullet fioii) Piitroliiun Mur
pliy'n noch today proved nn Imporunt develop
ment. Instead af a Ifl-callbcr. n utippoocd by tho
polli'c. It provcil to ho of a calibnr much lamer.
AcnrdlriG to City I'liyalulun Wultcr Wtmlen. tho I
bullet nan nt Imsl a .V.'-c.illlior and Kij.ilbly n
38. Tin- bullot wan bsdly mnshed. The bIio of
ino biillvt which utrtu-k tho officer lias nn Impor- !
titnt bearing on Jlryan'g caso when It Is kimwn !
that tho et-convitt purchased n 33-cnllbcr revnl- I
iT cl a local pawn xhop on the nlcia procoillm:
ttio Atlemi;cd murder. He brtj not been tcon ulnco
that time As further cvldcnco nKalnut thu ah- j
bent negro. It lu str.tt'd Hint he hi u druR ftniid
nnd o rem m1 n illfiliiilmnrc In the negro ncctlou of
thu city Thuinday evening by flourlshltir; the
The clew regarding llryan was furnished by
William Mnthcy, a ncKru held In tho county Jalt
to nwalt nlcnco for burglnry Officer were on
Hryun'n trail when the nrrcst of Wulson occurred
and the encmlngly jioaltlvo Information from the
police that he v;ns thi! man wanted rnuxed u
tompornry yur.pcnolon of the cenrch for tho other
nrpro. Now lie cannot be found. According to
ihime '.vho have neon llryan ho would answer to
thn description nf the miu discovered In the act
of robblni; the grocery ntoro und who uttenvurds
nhot tho pollen offlcero,
I'atrolnian Murphy rccoverrd nicely from the
operation of removing the bullet from his neck.
The attending phynlclan linn ascertained pos
itively that no bonci were fractured, tho bullot
plowing through the flesh on a line with tho
lower jaw It Ik poiMhle that the officer will
bo nhlo to rcjumc his dutlca within u v.'cok or
TO SPEAK TONIGHT.
Governor Hadley of Missouri to Give
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDE.V, Marrh S After n fruitier effort to
nocuro another date. Chulrmnu L. E. Cowlc3 nf
tho Wcbor neadomy lectin n course rommltteo was
forced to accept Governor Herbert S. Hndlcy for
a Sunday night engagement and tho Missouri
executive will ho lir.irU nt the academy audi
torium tomorrow evening. According to tho orig
inal schedule. Governor Hndlcy wan to hnvo lec
tured hero lait night, but he wns delayed by a
railroad wreck In New Mexico.
According to Mr. ("owlet, thn dtaltngulfthcd Inc-
turor dclhcrcd an nddrccs bofore the Htalo logls- I
laiurc thin nftornnon and will reniAln In Salt J
Lake until tomorrow afternoon. In view of thu
fact that he Ih appearlns In this city on Sunday
evening, Governor H.idloy will deliver a xpcclal
address which proved popular with many Chau
tauqua, runllrncos on Sunday evening. While It
will not he religious, hi remark will be ethical
and alone a lino sultablo to the occasion.
CANNOT PUSH WORK.
Investigation of Proposed Routes to Lo
gan Delayed Until Spring.
SpcvlaJ to Tho Tribune.
OODRN. March S. Until the roads arc In such
coudltloi: ns to permit of travel by automobile
there can bo no definite dcclnlon icgardlng the
proposed electric line la Logaji, according to of
fice of the Ogden Rapid Transit company. II
lb possible that the Inspection of tho three pro
posed routes cannot be raads beforo tho middle,
The plane regarding the Logan line will not
Interfere with the extension work on tho Hunts
rlllo Hue. Thli. extension will be pushed as
rapidly as ponslbln after tho coming of favor
able weather. There In a por-Klblllty that, should
the Ber River vulloy route be wolccted, n branch
will ho built to connect the Ogden canyon lino
with tho Logan line, thus furnlHhlng lurrlce to
all of the principal l-ccllons of tho north.
HINCHCLIFF FUNERAL TUESDAY.
Resident of Utah for Fifty Years; Born
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, March S. Funeral services for Mrs.
Catherine Illnchcllff, who died at the family rerl
doncc, 1SI Twcnty-saventh street, will be held In
the Second ward meeting houco at 2 o'clock
Monday afctrnoou, with BUhop Robert McQuarrle
conducting. Tho Interment will bo made lii tho
Ogden City cemetery. The body will Ho In etato
at the home tomorrow und up until noon Mon
.duy. Mrs. " Illnchcllff. who was an early celtler In
thi county, wag horn In Scotland, January 7.
1S37. She had resided In Utah for fifty ycaro,
The aurvlvlng relatives aro three dailghtera, Mr.
N. T. Tanner and Mrs. J. H. Riley, both of 0--den,
and Mr. T. S. Duckwalter of Snlt Lako,
three brothers and ten grandchildren.
Missionary to Speak.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, March S. Alum O. Tajlor. who has
labored for nlnn years In the mlMlon ficldn of
Japan ns v. representative of tho Mormon church,
will be tho prlnclp.il iipcaker at special services
Do this and become a more than ever Jackson Pros- j
pect. Because in this feature also the Jackson I
tnPP6d fMB Prices S
Electric $170? I
gfcerand (jgggasml to $2650 1
With our line of Jackson cars we also have the
Wonder of the Age
A puncture-proof tire. Not a solid filler, but a semi
liquid that will outlast and outwear any tire on the
market. Money refunded if we can't prove this.
Once in, it always stays. Pleased to demonstrate
for you at your convenience. I
Jeffers Auto Co.
j Distributors. 1
527 S. State St. Salt Lake City. I
5ESS1 ENDS WITH
Speaker French Driven From
Chair When Committee
Kills Pet Measures."
Special to The Tribune.
BOISE, March S, Midnight tonight
was set as tlio hour to atljourii sine
die by the twelfth Idaho legislature,
whii'li has boon in session in this city
for the past bixly-two days, this hour
beinji agrcod upon by both houses, fol
lowing u day featured with exciting
scenes ami . the passage of many bills.
At it lato hour tonight it was apparent
that the clocks in both houses would
have to be stopped, iorciug the legis
lature to go inlo the small hours of
the morning to liuish their task,
."Speaker .r'roitch was driven from tho
chair during the ntoiniiig aossion, fol
lowing u scene of confusion in which
tho entire sixty meinoer.s in the hon&e
stood on their "feet at the samo time
clamoring ior recognition. Tho trouble
arose over the adoption of the report
of the house sifting committee, which
excluded many of tho pot bills of
members. .Representative Koelsch
saved the day by taking the gavel
from the speaker and hammering tho
desk, forced all members out of order
and finally cleared the legislative at
mosphere. " The eommittco report was
' Under suspension of the rules the
Ryan public utilitios bill was rushed
through the senate and house and sent
to tho governor. With it went the
revenue measure, which will bo put in
operation by one commission controll
ing both bflls. Tho Kyan bill is vir
tually in its original form with all of
its toeth.'' Senator Edgington's
workingntcn s compensation act was
killed by indefinite postponement -lifter
it passed the senate and was sent to
the house. The house demanded the
senate to pass tho Connor bill, which
is favored by workingmen.
Tho general appropriation bill, car
rj'ing over $1,000,000 in appropriations,
was passed by tho house late today,
and approved by the senate aftor a
long wrangle. It contained a $10,000
appropriation for a now judicial dis
trict nudge in southeastern Idaho, a
position created through .the passage of
a bill today.
The rules of both houses wore sus
pended during tho day to ponnit the
clearing of the journal's record and
the passage of many bills. Included in
tho list were the fish and gnnie, a
nine-hour dav measure for women, bluo
skv law, state highwav commission and
bond issue, pure seod "bill, $25,000 bond
issue for tho improvement of the Snake
river at the town of Lorenzo in Fre
mont county; $25,000 for a state Toad
in Bonner 'county, relief bill for tho
city of Montpclier.
The senate refused to act upon the
roporfc of the joint committee that in
vestigated tho evidonce taken in tho
to bo held In the tahomaclo at 2 o'clock tomor
row afternoon. His subject will ho "The Cus
toms and Folkloro of Japan " In addition to
hl missionary work, Elder Taylor supervised thn
traphlatlon of tho Rook of Mormon Into the Jap
anese language. Iu addition to tho address of
12ldor Taylor, thero will be special music by tho
tahernaclo choir, together with solos by Myrtle
Biilllngcr Hlgley, William S. Wright and Miss
TO REOPEN PLANT.
Union Portland Cement Company Expects
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, March 8. After a month's shutdown
for repairs, tho Devil's SHdo plant of tho Union
Tortland Cement company will rcsumo operations
next Monday with a force of ISO men at work.
This Ih tho Information glvon out by Manager
O. B. Gllton. who hao Just returned from a trip
to the company's Trldont plant at Three Forks.
Mont. The Montana plant was not closed down
for repairs this year, 130 men belns employed
throughout tho past twolvo months.
It Is Mr. Gllion's opinion that conditions In tho
cement trade during 1913 will bo better than
for many yoans pant. According to prcsont Indi
cations, ho believes that both plants of tho Union
Portland company will be kapt tn operation
throughout tho year to fill tho largo numobr of
orders now coming In. Tho prospects In Mon
tana, according to tho manager, uro especially
SAYS HE HAD MONEY.
Sheriff Says Dranzcg Had Overdraft for
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Mnrch 8. J. M. Branze. oxreatcd In
Murray and brought to this city on a. complaint
charging that ho obtained money by Mlee pre
tcneeii, was given a preliminary hearing beforo
Judge W. H, nocder this morning. Brnnzeg de
clared that had his brother deposited the monoy
which was due him there would have been funds
to covor sovcral checks which ho Isuucd An a ro
tiult of this explanation Judge Rcednr took the
matter under advlnemmnt.
Tho complaint was signed by A, L. Kohn of the
Kohn Llouor company, who slated that Branzeg
had cashed a worthless check for $13. Other Og
don firms hold tho man's checkn for various
amounts, tho whnlo totaling about ICS, Deputy
Sheriff J. I. Hobson ntalcd that Branzeg has had
an overdraft at a local bank for several months.
To Take Tourists Through Canyon.
Special to Tho Trlbuno.
OGDEN, March S. According to the announco
mout of tho Cheesman Automobile company, the
Salt Lake firm which recontly opened a branch
In thin city. Ogden Is coon to have Kit flrnt
"rubbor-ncek" car. Tho company has planned to
equip a. Federal truck to accommodato olghtocn
paascugors! and operate thn car through Ogden
canyon as soon as the season opons. Thn auto
will make the complete ItIp from the union pas
sengor station to the Hermitage hotel and re
turn. In addition to the canyon trip the auto com
pany will arrange to tako the tourists on a Bight
seeing trip about tho city If It is uo doslred.
Should tho business be ruftlclent other of tho
eight-seeing cars will be placed In service during
Newspaper Man "Will Be Speaker.
Special U Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, March 8. George Colllnwood. who came
to thlo city recently from Salt Lake, will be thn
speaker at tomorrow evening's meeting of tho
Sunday Night club In the parish house of tho
Episcopal church. His subject will bo "The Mak
ing of s. Newspaper." In addition to the address
thero will be violin solos by MIjs Beatrice Haralll.
Mills Tells of Convention.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, March 8. At their regular monthly
meeting today, tho teachers and supervisors of
the Ogden publlo schools listened to an address
by Superintendent John M. Mills, who returned
last night after attending the national convention
of school superintendents In Fhlladalphta. Super
intendent Mills told of the excellent results at
tained by the meeting of educators from all parta
of the country. Mha Elizabeth Qualtrough. a Salt
Lako school nuporlsor, addressed the teachers of
the first, second, third and fourth grades.
License Clerk Is Puzzled,
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, March 8. This Is tho lone difficulty
with -which the marriage license clerk of County
Clerk S. O. Dye's offlco had to contend today!
A marriage permit to Jumpel Kawaraaokl and
Mrs. Umcno Nlshlzakl, both of Ogdea.
Tou can say good-bye to constipation
with a clear conscience if you uso
Chamberlain's Tablets, Many have
been permanently cured hy their use,
For sale by all dealors. .
Industrial Training school scandal of
St. Anthoay, allowing the matter to go
over. This decision is taken as an ex
oneration of Superintendent Humphries.
SOLON5 FAIL TO
BOISIS,- Mnrch 8. Aftor adopting a
concurrent resolution to adjourn sine tile
ut 1 a. in., the Idaho houce reconsidered,
although the n-solutlon was in the hands
of the senate, nnd at midnight adjourned
until tomorrow, Tho house reconsidered
after learning- that the senate planned
to adjourn without pa-salnp Its work
Ingmnn's compensation act- Senate mem
bers declare they will adjourn at the
hour agreed upon despite tho house a
later action, and a peculiar parliamentary
To Investigate Bannock County,
Special to The Trlbuno.
POCATELLO. March 8. District Judge
Alfred Badge has ordered a list of Jur
ors drawn for a grand JUry to meet here
on March' 17. The Jury Is called to In
vestigate comlltiona In Bannock county.
Numerous charges of bootlegging, open
gambling nnd a rumored shortage In the
accounts of a former county official will
be Investigated In secret session. Tho
courthouse will be examined along with
the jail from a sanitary standpoint and
it is expected the county will bo required
to build a. Jail separate from the court
house. The names of forty-four Jurors
will be drawn, twenty for the grand Jury
and tho others for the trial Jury for
the district court which will convene
Veteran. Miner Dies.
Special to Tho Tribune.
STOCKTON, March 8, Edward Clary, an old
time miner or Bingham, but of lato years a resi
dent of Stockton, died here today. Ho leaves a
widow and four children. Funeral ncrvlccs vflll
be held Monday In the I. 0. O. F. ball here.
Married in Los Angeles.
Special to Tho Tribune,
MS ANGRLES, March S. William J. Rockotf.
agod 21, of Los Angolrs. und Mlus Jennie L.
Hotichcn, aged 23, of Codir City, Utah, wore
married hero today.
In the House.
House bill 'No, 210. by Joint committee' on rov
enuc Reriulrlnij iitatc. board of equalization to
supply blanks to county assosaors
Houfo bill No. 'M, by committee on municipal
corporations Rotating to special tares In cities
House bill No. 13", hy Cook Protecting livery
stable keepers ugalnrt practice of overdriving
Sonalo bill No. SO, hy Edgholll Rclntlng to ob
taining food or lodging under falso pretenses.
Scnato bill No. 189, by Eckcrslcy Providing for
branding of fruit packagen beforo nilo or ship
Senate bill No. 173, by Ferry (by request)
To provent spread of tuberculosis.
In the House.
Houso bill No. 211, by sifting committee Re
quiring electric, headlights on locomotives. On
Houso bill No. 213, by appropriation!! commit
teeGeneral appropriation bill. Placed on calendar
Approved by Governor
Houso bill No 148, by Van Wagoner Providing
means for creating- nerr counties out of existing
J Senate Notes
Judge John P. Chldester of Richfield
and Will Brown of Sallna arrived In Salt
Lake yesterday to urge the establishment
of an automobile route through Sallna
canyon. Judge Chldester thinks the Mid
land trail should come through Sallna
canyon to Rlchlleld, circle thrice about
tho city, and then go south to the Grand
canyon of the Colorado.
The senate yesterday received the
Midland trail bill from the governor and
after amending it slightly passed the bill
again. The amendment makes a slight
change in the route In the eastern part
of the state and provides that counties
which receive road appropriations under
the Midland trail bill shall have that
amount deducted from that which they
would otherwise receive from the gen
eral road appropriation.
The Kelly bill providing for the de
posit of health certificates by applicants
for marriage licenses with county clerks
was killed lu the senate yesterday. The
bill was regarded by many of the sena
tors as being too strlngenL Six voted
for the tblll and nine against It.
The senate yesterday concurred in the
houso amendments to the liunt bill for
the sinking of artesian wells In dry farm
ing torrltory and the Ferry hotol in
spection bill, though tho senate, prior to
concurring In the house amendments,
voted to kill both bills. The action to
reject the bills was taken when thore
was a bare quorum present and both
lacked a constitutional majority. Later
tho action was reconsidered and both
bills finally passed. 4
At a conferenco yesterday afternoon
representatives of tho municipal leaguo
and of the liquor Interests agreed to
amendments In the house liquor bills now
before the senate and, with the amend
ments, they will be reported favorably
to the senate. Representatives of the
municipal league consented to the killing
of the Lunt bill, which prohibits the
shipping of intoxicants from wet to dry
The senate sifting committee decided
to report favorably tho Wight "anti
money trust" bill, which would prevent
the Salt Lako clearing houso from estab
lishing a rule fixing the rates of interest
or discount to be oJlowed by tho banks.
Twenty-six bills were acted upon yes
terday by the senate sifting committee
nineteen of which were reported adverse
ly, six favorably and one without recom
mendation. The tenato yesterday, by a vote of sir to live,
killed tho bill providing for a. teachers retire
ment fund to be rained by tho voluntary assess
ment of teachers of 2 per cent of their annual
nalarlca. The motion was Ukon hurriedly by the
natc after Senators Cottrell und Wight had
objected to thn measure. Followlnc the session
nevoral senators tald they had voted against the
bill under a. misapprehension and It Is potslblo
that some action looking to a reconsideration of
tho measuro will be taken. The purpose of tho
hill was to eo amond the present teachers' retire
ment law in ordor to provldo sufficient revenue
to mako tho plan a success. The feat Urea to
which moat of Uio senators objected are already
contained In tbo present law,
In rapid succession and without opposition the
senate yesterday passed a serlea of bills relat
Ing to tho prosecution of liquor cases In prohibl-
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Over Leyaon', nxt to Royal Caf,
Satisfied Patients "Our Motto"
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Br of Teeth (bast) 57.09
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Other FUMmra asc, 7Bc and $1
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TOME COATED? CASGARETS I
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aches come from a torpid liver and clopRcd. constipated boweB, 2
you? stomach to become filled with undieested food, wluch sours aMM
like r Garbage Tin a swill barrel. That's the first step to nntolft fiJH
r.T had broath, yollow skin, mental fenrft, ovorythinn that is
SSatini A CweSrot tonight will straighten ymi out by niorrunSM
bSS from yonr driiRKist will Uocp vour Invor active, JSowcls clean
Stomach sVeot, Head clear, and make you feel bully for month,,
cot tbo children. (Advertisement.) W
piASCARETS WORK WHILY0UsigB
tlon torrltory. These bills worn rawed In the
Interest of tho State League of Munle Ipa lltlc
which has been aiding tho dry" clU" an 1 towns
tn the state In offortu to enforce tho Honor law
Tho bills vrero originally Peed br ixa "ou"
nnd yesterday by tho senate alter several amend
ments had been addod by tho nlftinp commit
The employers' liability and worlilncmen'fi com
pensation act which was to have come np ox a
special order in the senate yoRlorday went over
until Monday, as did also Senator Smith s bill
for the Initiative, thn referendum nd the re
call In cities of the first nnd liccond clataea.
Stephen II. Love of the Commercial club tmfflc
bureau, nnd Col, C. A. Qulglcy spoke beforo tho
GlftlnK commlttoo of tho renato yesterday after
noon urging the passage of tho public utilities
bill. Tho committee will hear the railroad sldo
of tho case ncit week.
The house yesterday passed Mrs, Cannon's bill
providing for tho systematic keeping of records
of births, deaths and ruarrlEe3. Tho nUto audi
tor Is mado ex-offlclo Ronealoelcal commissioner
and each county clerk Is required to keep a com
plete IndoK nnd record.
The nlftlnK committee of tho house yritordny
Introduced a bill rcquIrlnR railroads, whether
steam, electric or irasollna, to equip tho loco
motives used on the main lines with electric
headlights. At the meotlns of tho Hlftln- com
mittee in the forenoon. J N McCoy, ncnnral yard
master of the Oregon Short Line, and David Orat
ion, goneral foreman of the Orc;:on Short Line
shops, appeared beforo the eommittco In opposi
tion to tho Introduction of the hill
ralttco Introduced It to be pum?,B
TI10 Blftlnc committee of the .'-
day hold a public hearing ou ieni. ySI
relating to improvement laxei for 1 i
Oeorgo M. Cannon. N. v. Jon Y.h I
chett. chairman of the public'
lirnvr-mnnl committee ol the Cqq
together with a iarKc delegation r'tHi
ctub. appeared before the coinxliii??'
of tho bill. C. W. Collins, l. 1 n,M
II. Richards and Dr A. II. Tajfo- SS
Urge delegation, spoks In opposiu0',
Tho committee deferred nctlon. M
Tho houjft yesterday pined lh
Er.kcrsloy. providing for tlia bra-wit-. Ji
or bnrrel'i containing upplef, ikim I'flM
forci nalu or shipment. P
Kanawha Man Visiter. j
W. i:. Cook, agent nt Norfolk. v'?l
Kanawha Dispatch, will l,c n Silt' ii
today and may remain hrc iTert H
slutlng J. R. Gosling, local ageat
pany. Mr. Cook holds an cttUm 3
among railroad men to whom ht'LH
known as "Uncle Ullly." tl
Killed b? Falling WaUtfl
WACO. Texas. March S.-Fsracs ?
thren-story Horn building hero !..
walls crashed dowrs on two tnu !
Wiling two men and causing ft lc ct 3j
Noted Inventor D!ci "fl
CHICAGO, MARCH S.-AlfiM JlrB
ventor of many olcclrlc and icltniH
died here todfty. He was bofa u iLSH
Sweden, In 1Sfii, nnd came to AnktM
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