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I When Woodrow Wilson and
I -W. J. Bryan Talked It Over
,, '.Copyright, 1MJ, by Amorlcan Pross Association.
THIS Interesting picture was snapped nt Trenton, N. J., upon -the occa
sion of William J. Bryan's much talked of visit to President Elect
Woodrow Wilson. Tho distinguished couple wero on their way to
lunch and wero talking of Governor Wilson's recent vucntion in Ber-
mty- ( mudn after their three hour conference over cabinet poHsibllltics and proposed
Mf legislation. Governor Wilson (on the left) Is telling his possible secretury of
tato all nbout the good tirao he had during his montli's rest
H """" " ""' ' ' ' ""' ' -" ' '"'" ' II !- I II...I.IMI , I ,
l' I AIM OF THE FEDERATION OF f
WL f I LABOR. $
mr i ;1 . j. -p- ,
HEt 'Ik TtiofgleuT aim und objlc of &
BKTt x the federation 1h to strengthen $
' J fraternity, und its method is by '
i-w 'organization, education and, in-
m p culcntion. to place the labor
l', movement upon u higher and x
m g moro effective plane. The
I, U strength of a cuuln Is Jn its weak-
', est link, und tho federation, $
M ' & therefore, endeavors to organlzo
I g all labor, recognizing that while j
I $ many nontuiionl.sts may bo sym-
I . putbetie with unionism, yet that
I & tho unorganized arc far more ex- &
I X posed to tiie pressure of uujust x
I & conditions than are the organ- J
l.r x lzcd, and being thus necessarily X
I & wcuker In mulntuiniug wages, f
I x keeping down hours und resist- k
I v ing other encroachments, aro J
I' & tho source of constant danger to $
,- $ tlie organized as wo.i us to them- ?
& selves.--Samuel Gompers. &
I' INDEPMIFYING WORKERS.
H' . Washington Stato Groups Industrios
' According to Hazard.
H For tbo purpose of making the in-
" s. demnity paid in cases of injury squnro
wltli the particular hazards involved
I ' the workmen's compensation act of the
state of Washington separates tho vu
H rlous industries into groups or classes.
Itcportlng the steps by which tho (In-
ished legislation wns urrlvcd ut by tho
H commission which drow It, ono of tho
I '' members writes:
I "Wo nt last grouped ench industry
in n cIubs which was shown by the
I Employers' Liability Insurance com
I pany's rating manuals to tnko the
I same rate of premium. To each of
H such'' groups we gave a rating which
H we bclioved would be ample to supply
funds with which to meet the bene-
fits that would bo paid by that partial
I lar group for tho accidents happening
I in that group. Industries that wero
H shown by the insurance mnnunls to
I take the sumo rating, although they
I might be entirely different from one
I another, were plnced in the same
I group. Each such group pays for its
I own accidents only nnd for none other.
To' illustrate: An accident in n coal
I ! mine is paid by coul mlno premiums
I only, whllo nn accident in u blast fur
I mice would be paid from a fund so
I cured by tbo premiums paid by somo
I twenty-seven industries which wero
I found to be of equal hazard and wero
grouped together." There nro forty
I seven of these groups.
I In Illinois nu nmendment to the law,
I passed nt the special session of tho
I legislature a few roontlis ago, gives
I permission to persons, Arms and cor-
poratloiys in different lines nf business
uueeu'ii ny tho compensanou tum-" to
combine In mutual Indemnity compa
nies, which had been forbidden by tho
.statutes. Tho law jfinols there-
. Washington pectflcnlly compdla: Tt
J will be interesting to observe which
method operates the more effectively.
Teachers Poorly Paid.
Tho average monthly salary of rural
teachers In the northern counties of
1 California is but KUfttn. and the nver
' age for all women teachers In city
nnd country is only $58.37. The tench
ers should start a movement to giva
them $1,000 u year nnd keep It going
until they get it-Sun Francisco Bulletin.
What the Lawyers Tell Us.
Chickens nro not "live stock." This
was tho gist of a recent opinion by the
Interstnto commerce commission.
A man has no authority to open his
wife's letters, und he cannot give his
attorney or any other person tho right
to open her personal mail.
Assistant Patent Commissioner Ten
mint has decided that, while the nc
slgnee of tho entire Interest In nn ap
plication for patent may be permitted
to prosecute such application for pat
ent to the exclusion of the Inventor,
the patent ofllce cannot recognize n
party having only an option to pur
chase Under the older common law a per
son was entitled to kill nil pigeons
coming on his land. Pigeons nro now
regarded as property, however, and are
protected by tho law much to the same
extent n domestic fowls. This means
that a landowner ts not justified In
shooting them merely because of their
coming on his property, but ho may
kill them where It Is reasonably necen
snry to prevent their Injuring or aa
stroying hl rrops.
Whon Cloanlng Veils.
With the purclmso of tho Hrst winter
hut comes a demand for veils. These
attractive- nnd becoming accessories arc
often u largo item in the expense ac
count, ami many women would he glad
to learn how to successfully clean the
ones which have done servlco lust yenr.
Place them In u jar or gasollno and
gently shako them back und forth. Al
low them to rcmnln for nn hour and
chnngo tho gasoline.
Screw tho top on tight nnd nfter nn
other hour remove the veils nnd shake
dry, Hung in tho nlr until the odor of
gnsollno has entirely disappeared, then
press with a warm Iron.
To Clean White Bedsteada.
To clean a whlto iron bedstead rub It
thoroughly with a damp cloth and a
little cooking soda. This will leave tho
bedstead clean and white.
LIVE STOCK AND REAL ESTATE
I. p Highest AJarkct Price at all Times for . I
l; Cattle, Sheep, Etc.
See us before selling your Stock.
I , ' l
Yl We handle Land Scrip and Real Estate of 7
? all kinds. I;
Pang'uitch Commision Co.
(INCORPORATED) Panguitch, Utah
U V. N. FLUTCHUR K. B. PLETcMCR S
fi FletcKer &, Fletcher s
1 . .ELECTPJCl A,NS I
fj, '-... . r
(S Electrical Wiring and Supplies. We make (
A a specialty of furnishing Chandeliers, Shades
ml Portable Lamps, Wall Brackets, Sundries ' L
fl See u a-iil SaiiVO IMCoiiey g
Q) On II Phone -4-4- Blue. P)
I fe JBI. ilewelry and Watch j
o YhM M Sl S repair Seutelry of all hind8
j7r6lS. C a8 we a8 ea,ces a " d s
i fJ7S(V' Clocks. S also earry a full
J a jWiVj'Xv line of Jewelry and 70atcAe8 !
I IN ED.WINK i
5 ' '1 Jo-weler und "WotchmaKtqr J
U)JJ CALIFORNIA p
on sal Mid-Winter Excursion J
I FEB 1st STOPOVERS AND DIVERSE ROUTES I
S TicKetson Sale at all U eh Stations !
y ' "Write for Special Itiner- !;
Return ary'of This Trip
Standard Tourist Sleepers
i March 1 7 fJree Pu!lman Chair Cars s
!; See your Agent for Tickets
I F. T. GRAHAM, J. H. MANDERFIELD,
Agent, Lund. A. C. P. V., Salt Lake City, J
jTO SHEEP MEN
Shear at Modena, the ideal shearing I
I place in Southern Utah. Good I
I feed, water and shelter. e &
J Best and latest facilities for shearing and &
"I caring fhr your wool. We can save you mon- &
I ey on your shearing this season. Write us.
1 Utah' Sheep Shearing Co.l
I Wm. LUND, Manager. f
1 To Cedar City People: jj
I Good Teeth Is a Positive Necessity $
I We wish to announce to the people of Cedar City and
f vicinity that .we have opened a Dental Office in the Knell
? Block, and are prepared to do dental work according to ?
the latest methods. Our equipment is complete and we !t
i; are in a position to do everything in the line of dentistry. ;j;
? There is no need to go to the cities, no matter how diffi-
cult the work ; you can have it done here, at your con- 1
1 venience and a great saving in expense. f
f The teeh have a great influence on the health, as well as
v personal appearance. Call and see us. Visitors welcome, f
Drs. COWER & ROGERS,
2 Knell Block, Cedar City, and Parowan. 1
I III! Ill I IllllUltlll tt
I DR. R. A. THORLEY f 1
, DENTIST I I
S , Office Ivtcrcantilc Block S I
Phone 18-2 I .
iiiiniiiii ,.. i
f Do Yor Business With the
f The Strongrpt Bank
I in the Southern Pait
of the State . .
Capital cxmcl Surplus $
S Doposltu ifii2i2S,000 )
Managed Conservatively in $
$ the Interests of Its Patrons. $
J S. J. POSTER, Cnohlor.
I WATCH REPAIRING. I
K ALL WORK OIVGN A
0 CAREFUL, ATTENTION O
IcUPd SMITH S .
8 WATCHES FOR SALE S '
Si ii ! mm I'll X
At all Prlees Projn O
75c uti; tho Bobtl v
q Makes. X
8 I CAN SAVE YOU HONEY. X
0 Alex G. Mathqson. b
fooocoocccoocosoccccoaool . . U
Office on Phone,
Muin St. Office 4 Short I
Residence 2 Jj
F. J. BURTON 1
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON J
Parowan, UtahT "--
Parowan 's Populur Hotel. "
Ileudquurters for Commer
cial Mon and Court. At-
In the Certterof Town
MU8. M. A. OJRTON Proprietor
PAROWAN -: UTAH
Like the Present j
To open up n bonk account.
The best way to pay a bill 5
j by check; the best way to get
j , the saving habit is to deposit
t your mondy m n Savings Bank. I
j We have both departments,
j and offer you good, prompt i
t and courteous service, and last
but most important SAFETY. I
"Watch Us Grow" j
j DeposlU - - $125,000
I Capital and Surplus - $27,250 X
We solicit your patronage
on business principles . '
1 11 of iron coin
j E. L. CLARK, President j jj
j J. CLAYTON, MITCHELL, Cashier j
J PAROWAN, UTAH j ;
Old papers for sale at The
Record office, 20c per hundred. i '
Tim Genuine DOMESTEG '' j
Shlpptd Praptld ErtabUtluA ft-3J-4 '
Dlraol From factory Jfc" IttBP
On Approval ILjjKf.
The kind your Rrrmdmoth- SiSBaSfV '
era utel. Over 2,000fiO0 nHH
iioip in uit. Two roiitatncf wPTHNPnTB ,
Inono bothlocktUtoh and "JHtPf'r Amj"
chain etltcb. Jatett mcxlol .Iami !
IS Days' Fia Trial BmgUMi '
Nodt5tll, nclhlig down o obll- "rlHl
latlou. You nl not pir roonjr
until jonbao tried rogrmublix 15 dtji. Tourcholct
ofttrmi. OtxtK after trial orrmn iKilmmJ low '
M (1.00 2K.Yfrir8uirlllt biintd S jar puf
monthlr. TY Jn' Y",,i rnnlM, UtlU by our
tl,000,O00 onrpontton, (Inn wKh tetjr rowblnu. Tb ,
moi Ilbonl Kwtn DurttUia ciutinteo Tr offrol. T
WRITK NOW (or Domntlc llock and f iJl ptrtleoUrt ot .
WWEITIC SEWIfrS MAUHME CO; Oipt.1200 CHICJW '