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i I jlj IB FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 17, 1905. THE SALT Li AXE TRIBUTE. PAGE THREE ill) vll . , Mm 1! TWO HOUSES ARE 1 1 ATL0C6ERBEADS 1 1 Opportunities Seized ( for Flings, S I House Wil! Go to Insane 2 I Hospital, White the Senate Laughs. I i .. Latter Grants House All Time It 4' May Desire to Spend at iS j "Bughouse. " ' i Thcro 13 an outlook for a bitter feeling between tho two legislative bodies before r- tho close of the SIrKth session of the Utah 5$ i' Legislature. Already unwarranted or un- t; provoked nines are being made at each S; oilier, and It is charged that bills orlgl- ' natlng In either house are killed for splto. Jjj t Thursday the House asked consent of H ' tho Senate to adjourn until Monday, so 9 Hint It mlsht visit tho Statu mental 9 I hospital at Provo. The request was 2( I granted with such dispatch as to outdo ITS 'l legislative courtesy did not tho grant r.n ry with It the suggestion that tho ft House may have all the time It wants Vtl t0 rcn,a,n nt 'he Institution at Provo, ithijl' pjllls from tho Senate aro mercilessly Teatjv butchered. And the House has the au- SpjlL "9 dnclty to demand conferences on mens- - I urcs which tho Senate has.kllled. j?? 1 Thursday tho Senate declined for the ij' Mcond tlmo to vote to amend tho Constl- iy ;j tutlon. while Speaker Hull, In the House, ,$ raved the Representatives from going on at 5 record as opposing legislation friendly to "g :' labor Interests. gj ij Today the Senate will bo In session, (J i while the House members uso their free jjJJ I passes for a Junket to Provo. H Represent Hive Joseph rendered a great E(nice to the Stale last evening by start- ' 'j lug v:lth a committee for Cedar City to visit the Branch Xormal. In his absence I the House passed seven bills without a T?5 A negative vote and cleaned up tho calen- A ilar for the llrst time In two weeks. All Hi x this was done In less than an hour and a f a half. 3 I With the consent of the Senate adjourn rg :j rarnt was taken until Monday afternoon. f'i Most of ilu' House members will leave at J i&) this morning over the San Pedro for 3 lvrovo to visit the State Mental hospital IS 15 an'J- Incid-.iitally. the B. Y. university. f THE SENATE. 11 i jfj 1 Refuses the Second Time to Do Any M Tinkering "vV,ith the Constitution. S ? Senator Holllngsworth made a second ill ' cttcniPt t0 Get consideration of his reso- fur 5 ,ulIon 10 amend the Constitution so as to sifi fj teparato the election of the Judiciary I from the regular contests. But the voto jv t; lo reconsider resulted as an original roll- fCs call. Those opposing the resolution In- gjj M tlstcd that thero Is no demand for a ?. I chanse. while those favoring contended flrf that It Is good to elect Judges at times different from political contests. Tho voto was Ac Barber. Bcunlon, Holllnga- tto 5 worth, Lawrence, MclCay, Park and Lovo tl!a 3 7'. Nays Calllster. Clegg, Gardner, ,'ttf if Johnson, Larson. Loose, Rasband. Walton , 4 aml Williams 5. & i There was a hint that the vote was In ''.IS S a sense a rebuke to tho youthful Senator's i 2,tlvl-y hut those who gavo thought to Sfd ;Pls also n0'01 out that tho majority of i ,& the solid men of the Senate favored the m J resolution, which In Itself is a compll- M fi ment to Senator Ilollingsworth. H i Dally thero Is a growing disposition In 1? the Senate to get at loggerheads with the ! House. Senator Johnson protested dm 1 against asking the consent of the Houso A,twf to adjourn over until Monday and Senator tlox, ' -iP-iwrfnce favored giving the Houso all (1. 'the time 11 would tako while on Its Junket J to the Insane hospital at Provo. It Is evl- 3 dnt that tho House haa already angered tne Senate and a merry war Is likely to itt jtj ll- wagcul between tho two bodies before jgj 1 1 another ten days havo passed. J Burglars Must Look Out. jjSi J Thursday the Senate passed Houso bill 1 0. TO, defining the terms burglary In tho ifa flrsl and second degree. The bill as tV I passed is as follows: gii i An Act to amend 8tlona 4115, 42ia, jjl 1; in ttna 423$. Revised Statutes of tho Stato (j'f - & L'mh ifos. rclatlnu to burclary In tho Urj i . flrit and tcgnd doftre'-'S, dellnlng tho rarne, 0 I tnd the iH-nnltlca lhrefor. :i B 11 enacted by tho Ixglslaturo of tho ,irr ? s'e cf Ulnh: 'I tlon 1 Tlint stctlona -SMI, -JS35, 433? tl tmJ :ns. Revised Statutrs of Utah. 1SU3. bo ipi k ftM the same ar hereby omended to read f I M followc. I - Kvfy person who, Jn tho nlRhl-tltne. 'l ! 3 I ire You In flio Rush and Bustle? al I WLHowo join in tho ruh and bustlo o Or 3' worM ovcrtaxiuff our energies Jim bracking our sysUJins, nmuv of us aro orally culj-ablc of rccldcsis disregard of 'J I "wily xuvngth and flnios. Then pcr- 5 haps tho lifaltU breaks do-n, and wo jgM teem doomud to Ion? jieriodi; of pain uud jr aiprcj-un, Oux-wolohfoia darkened. VET THERE A REMEDY AT HAND vf. ;! Hundreds nnd Ihnu-anrb; oC ailing men I Ea(lwoion havo louud that j- pulls !f VerUJ 1 nnho lifo worth living." Sl Purify ifjc Bloat, set right tho ft7 f O'sopccpcrf stomach, arouco the s'uaalsh Uvcr, dispel SCck-Kcnd- JT J ahc,hui;cJ up iha Her uoua System, Vjj jj antl rcpaf.- c tfajiaro causcil by ovorworrc ami brain worry. 4$l I JP10 8nuhio worth nud novcr-failing d efficacy of M BEECHAH'S PILLS j&M!. ??T0 fully proved during a iwrlod J9f I- ,,t, 1 '"'y nsly ywt", and they aro recog- Sg.lt . ,uwd as tho VNlJc3t SafoKunrd Against BIIIouo and fSE n NorvoiiG Attaoko. , raost satisfactory ovidenco of tho Swlt tmt t C?" teen in which BLJIiCIlAJL'S Pfr 4AL,Larohc,ldisfouudinaiofnctUiatLho lA'' tES EACH! YEAR INCREASE JV' MARVELOUSLY. MK bS'y Iiocs;Ut nt 1 On. and S Be, ormnlld lri n ALliliN CO., CM Canal .St,, Neir r''X V VIStll7tyournntsul:tUoeinotUc5i'tUcia. forcibly breaks and enters, or without forco ontcrn nn open door, window or othor n:r turo of any house, room, apartment, tune mcnt, Bhop, warehouse, Ktop:. mill, barn, Htnble. outhouse or other bulldlnK, or any tent, venwl, water-craft or rallroad-car, with Intent to commit larceny or any other fol ony Ih Kullty of burKlary In tho llrst dogree ISS3. BurKlary In the nntt dcKrco Is punlsh ablo by Imprlfonmcnt In tho Stnto prison for a term not ltKa than onj nor moro than twenty yearn f 133. Evt-ry person who, In tho nfeht-tlmo, enters any dwclllnc-housc, room, apartntent, Jcnomont, shop, warehouse, store, mill. barn, stable, outhouno or other building, cr any lent, vcwol, water-craft or rallrond-car, with Intont to stcnl or to commit any felonv what ovor therein. In Rilllty of burslnry In tho sec ond dcKrco. Whcro In n prosecution for bur Glary In the tlrat decreo tho rjuosilon as to whether the crlmo has been committed In tho nlRht-tlmo or In the day-tlino cannot be defl nltely arrived at by tho Jury, a vrrdlct ot Kullty of burclary In the second decree may bo found; provided, the other elomonti of tho crlmo of burjjlary In the second decree have been proved. 4337. Burglary In tho second decree Is pun ishable by Imprisonment In tho Slate prison for a lerm not less than six months nor moro than thrco years. 43SS. Tho phrase "nlcM-tlme" as used In this chnpter menns tho period of tlmo be tween nuuscl and sunrlne. Raid on School Fund. Senator Walton Introduced Senato claims Kos. 7 and S. These aro for the following amounts nnd thov arc for re fund o.f sums alleged to bo due for pav ments to the school funds on lands sot tlcd prior to March 1, 1G9. James How ard, $36.12; Jabez W. West, JU9.19. and George R Jones. S1C.S3. Lawton; and Wil liam Is. Nolder, iSiO, Bountiful. Referred to tho State Board of Examiners. Houso bill No. -12 was made special or der for 3 o'clock Tuesday. This Is Woot en's bill nnd deflnce certain powers of City Councils. Several house bills were received and referred to appropriate com mittees, nnd H, J. M. No C, bv Roberts, was received from the House with amend ments to the Senate amendments. These wero concurred in. Tho memorial peti tions Congress to enact the Brownlow bill appropriating $24,000,000 for Federal aid In road building. The Calendar shows the introduction of four now Senato bills. Adjourned until 2 o'clock this afternoon. 1 THE HOUSE. Committee Makes Short Work of the Eight-Hour Bill: If tho bill to make eight hours the legal day in factories, mills and machine shopo had any friends In the House aside from Its author, Mr. Hone of Utah, tho fact was not apparent yesterday. Tho Com mittees on Labor and Mnnufacturca and Commorce, to which It has been Jointly referred, recommended that it be not passed, but tho only signature to the hill was that of Chairman Cromar of the com mittee on Labor. "If there Is no objection, the report of tho committee will be adopted," said tho Speaker. Mr. Hono Objected. Mr. Hono objected and demanded a roll call on tho adoption of the report Mr. Cromar of the Committee on Labor said that, three or . four members of the Joint commltteo wore In favor of the measure, but had decided not to bring In a minori ty report. He, too. asked that tho roll bo called. It looked as though the neces sary live might be secured to demand a rollcall, when tho Speaker ftorposed. "I do not think It Is fair that each mem ber should be required to go on record on this kind of a motion." he said. It was evident, notwithstanding the light way In which the bill has been spok en of. that tho majority did not care to be recorded as fov or against It. The Speak er Indicated a way out of the difficulty by mentioning that the report was not signed by the chairman of the Commltteo on Manufactures and Commerce. Joseph took the hint and moved that It be recom mitted to that committee for the signature of tho chairman. Wilson Said "Rats." "Rats!" shouted some one as the clerk read the title of H. B. No. 1G9, to provido for the initiative and referendum. While tho sergcanl-nt-arms was looking aronud for the disorderly boy In the gallery tho epithet was repeated. Thle time tho speaker was Identified as Representative Wilson of Wasatch. Inasmuch ns It was only Wilson the brench of etiquette was Ignored The referendum bill Is virtually the snmo as has. been Introduced at every ses sion of tho Assembly slnco tho people of tho State adopted a constitutional amend ment authorizing tho Leglslaturo to pass such legislation. It provides that when a certain percentage of the electors peti tion for the enactment of a certain law. the proposed law shall be submitted for passage or rejection to a popular vote. Tho referendum proviso is that within thirty days after tho passage of a' bill by the Legislature a certain percentngo of electors may petition that It bo oubmltted to popular vote, whereupon an election shall bo held at which every elector may vote for or against tho bill, thus confirm ing or defeating It. Except when peti tions are presented by 5 or a greater per cent of tho voters, the laws will be made as at present. Voted to Tax Salt. The bill to tax the net saline products of lakes nnd mineral springs passed by almost as great a majority as Its parent measure, tho bill to tax the net proceeds of coal mines and coking ovens. Miller voted agnlnst It. because, he said, tho tax would slmplv be added to the prlco of tho commodltv and paid by the consumer. Tho voto "was: .Ayes, 32: nays. 3. Kuchler put a quietus on S. B. No. 29 by saying that It waa designed to placo all the expenses of the Municipal court at Ogdon upon the people of tho city, ex empting the county altogether. The voto to reject tho bill wn unanimous. Tho Houso did not understand tho ex act Intent of S. B. No. -10, fixing the end of the fiscal year on November 30. Joseph had nn Iden that such a change would dis arrange all the business of the communi ty and would bo unconstitutional. Speak er Hull nttcmpted to explain tho meaning of the term "fiscal year." Joseph aroso to a point of order. "The Speaker Is making an argument on the bill," was his point. "Tho Speaker Is not mnklng an argu ment on the bill." retorted Mr. Hull warmly. "Tho gentleman's point is not well taken." Will Look It Up. Tho bill was finally placed at the bot tom of tho calendar so that the members of tho House could havo nn opportunity to look up the meaning of "fiscal year" in tho city directory. , There were four votes against Johnson h bill making It a mlsdomcanor to sell fire arms lo minors under tho ago of 12 years, or for nuch minors to havq firearms In their possession. Tho bill, ns originally presented, fixed tho maximum age at 1), but tho House thought that Utnh boy3 should know how to nlioot at that age. nothcr amendment wh mado allowing boys to go shooting when their parents or guardians are along. ; Tho now experiment station bill was made a special order for next Tuesday at 3 Mr." Wilson Introduced a solution re questing the permission of tho Senate to adjourn until Monday The committee of eight appointed to visit the branch nor mal at Cedar City waa excused until Monday aftornoon. Two Commas Missing. The nbsencs of two commas In the en grossed copy made It necessary to repass H B, No. CS after the corrections had been made. The bill had gone to tho Ocvcrnor when tho mistake was dis covered. The 'conference committee on H. B No. 0 providing for the payment of per diem and mllcnge to jurors summoned In Jus tices' courts but not sworn, was unable to secure a conference from the Senato and thus Mr. Luther's favorlto bill died. The Evening Session. Thero was Just a quorum present at 7M0 o'clock, when the Houso was called to order for tho evening session, H 13. No IK. to prevent the befouling of waters by bedding, dipping or wash ing sheep or other Hlock In proximity to streams ueicU for culinary purposes, was passed unanimously The principal chango Is in forbidding tho bedding of iiheep within a half mile of any stream 1' or spring used for domestic purposes, or at any place whero the refuse from Mich bed ground would naturallv be, washed into such stream by high water. H. B. No, 9 provides for the filing of copies of Judgments In countlei; other than thoso In which the Judgments arc rendered, In order to facilitate their col leotlon This bill received 20. ayes and no nays. Resolution. Referred. II. C. R. No. 3, by Joseph, directing tho treasurer of the Louisiana Purchase Ex position commission to turn over tho S2131.12 In hla hands to tho Stato Treasurer, was referred to tho r.peclal Louisiana Purchase Investigating com mittee. II. B. No. 110, permitting cities of the first and oecond cla.s to levy a tax of 1 I mill for tho purpopo of establishing and maintaining public libraries and reading rooms, was passed without a negative vote. S. B. No. 3C had an omergency clause, and, tin tho Houso did not havo two thirds of its members- present, tho bill went to the foot of the calendar. Ten Dnys to Answer. IT. B. 108 allows defendants ten days In which to answer summons In City courts, nnd provides that If a copy of the complaint hi not served with the summons or deposited with tho clerk of the court within flvo days, the case shall be dis missed at plaintiff's cost. It was passed with the usual unanimity. II. B. No. 103 was passed. It simply corrects the wording of the present law relating to picas under the statute of limitations. H. B. No. 93. providing for the enforce ment of executions In counties In which transcripts have been filed with tho clerk of the District court, passed ununlmously. II B. No. 132. giving City courts con current Jurisdiction with District courts In actions for occountings, and actions In equity relating wholly to personal prop erty, where the amount Involved does not exceed tho valuo of fo00, was passed. State Treasurer to Hold Bonds. II, B. No. 13C, making the State Treas urer custodian of the bonds of all State officials, excopt hlmsolf, and re quiring the Secretary of Stato to hold the Treasurer's bond, was passed after strik ing out tho emergency clause. Representatives J B. Wilson and J. P Tolton. tho members of tho special com mittee on programmo for tho celebration of Washington's birthday, recommended that the following programme begin In tho legislative hall at 11 a m. Wednesday, February 22. Programme for February 22. S H Love, President Joint Assembly. Quartette. Ten-mlnuto speech, "Washington," Speaker Hull. Ten-mlnuto speech, "Lincoln," Senator Lawrence. Quartette. Ten-mlnuto speech, "Garfield," J. H. Wootton. Ten-mlnuto speech, "McKInlcy," Sena tor Walton. "The President of the United States," Theodoslus Botkln. An Invitation Is extended to the Gover nor, all State officials, Senators and Rep resentatives in Congress and representa tives of the press. I NOT IN THE RECORD t -r HHMMMMHHMMMHM ' P.oprescntatlvo Marks In preparing n bill to regulate the custody of Stato fundB In such a manner that tho Stnto will realize at least 2- per cent on all time doposlin. Thn bill probably will crcnln an ndvlsnry Iward. In cludlnc tho Governor, which will look after tho Interests of tho State In tho profit which Is now commonly divided between the' banks and tho officers holding public moneys. SerKeanl-at-Arms Snow was In Osdon yes terday nfiernoon subpoenalnc witnesses to come before th Ixulslana Purchase Investi gating commltteo. J. V. Heywood haa been employed ns nn oxpert accountant, nnd l now going through tho books nnd papers of tho commission. SLASHED IN BRAWL. Private Soldier Receives a Horrible Wound in Freo Fight. SAN FRANCISCO. Fob. lC.-Phillp Hogan, a prlvnto In company H, Eighteenth Infantry, Is dying from a wound fully three feet In length, tho re sult of being slabbed and slashed In a brawl that occurred In the shadow of tho Presidio gates Ono wound extends from the left shoulder down the side to the leg. Besides there Is a severo Incision of the left side. The soldiers had received their pay and many of them wero spending their money In tho saloons Just outside the mll!tnry reservation. At ono of these places tho stabbing occurred, but tho exact placo nnd tho Identity of Hognn's assailant arc unknown, as ho Is unable to mako a statement. Condition of the Treasury. WASHINGTON, Feb. 16. Today's state ment ot tho treasury bnlnnccs In tho gen eral fund, exclusive of tho SlM.000.toO cold reEorvo In tho division of redomptlon. shows: Available cash balance, SUO.OOl.STS; gold, S19.029.62C. MANY SAY ' Just Can't Do It. "Go away and don't bother me. May be coffee 13 causing all my alls but I Just don't see how I can give It up." That Is the pitiful wall of a despair ing coffee slave and yet there is an easy and sure way out of the slavery. "I know coffee was the cause of all my trouble," confesses an Indlnnapolla woman, "but I just couldn't give it up. I used to try but every time went back to coffee until finally my nervous sys tem was In such condition that a single cup of coffee was sufficient to throw me Into a state bordering on hysterics. I had generally two terrific sick hoad aches every week ana was simply a wreck of nerves. "Finally I was induced to try Postum but at the first trial it was so thin and weak I knew something must be the matter, so I read the directions over again and found it Id not made like coffee but must have 15 minutes at least for steady boiling. So I tried again and the result wus a deep, rich-colored, per fectly delicious drink that weaned me from my coffee without any regrets. "The Postum took coffee's place so completely that before we realized It we had forgotten coffee ever existed and all the time I was Improving rapidly, from the very time I began the Pos tum. "To put it briefly the improvement continued until I am again a well wom an. "Although I drank the Postum and got so well, my husband couldn't be Induced to drink It for he thought I was one of the people coffee hurt and ho wasn't. But about six weeks ago he had an attack of kidney trouble and first thing the doctor told him was to quit coffee. Then for tho first tlmo he tasted the Postum and he was surprised and delighted. He has drank It ever Blnco and his attack of kidney trouble Is gone and this morning ho made mo feel proud by saying tho Postum was the best coffee he ever drank. Now all of our children drink it, too. "I make our morning Postum on the after-supper lire the night before and a light boiling in tho morning brings It to perfection and In this way It takes no longer to make in the morning than coffee did. It doesn't taste stulu like coffee does, the llavor Is really Im proved." Name given by Postum Co., Battle Creek, Qdich. MM -M-M-M-M M-H-M- I Legislaiive Calendar I i- M -M--M--trVv M U M M M- Rejected by the House. S. B. No, 2 Rolotlne to tho fees of mu nicipal courts. . I Passed by the House. II. B. No. 70 Relating to burglary In tho first and second decrees, as amended by tho ' Senate. II. U. No, 127 To tax tho net product of ealt-uorks. 8. B. No. 17 Rcqulrlnc tho Sccrctnry of Stato to give toiid In tho sum of J25,a'. S. B. No tG Relating to vacancies and pay of Jury CommlRsloncrs. II B. No. 45 Relating to undertakings on I appeal from Justices' courts. II B. No. 113 Prohibiting tho sale of fire arms lo mlnom under tho ago of 12 years. II. B. No, 13 Rolntlng to tho befouling cf water. II. R No. S9 Rolatlng to tho filing of transcripts of Judgments. II. B. No. 110 Permitting clllcs to levy tax for libraries II B. No. ICS Allowing ten days for an swering summons In City courts. U B. No. 103 Makes technical change In law regarding plcadlngn. II. n. No 132 Olvlnir City courts concur rent Jurisdiction with District courts In cer tnln c.iuoco. H. B. No. 136 Designating custodians of bondo of State officers. House Committee Reports. II. B. No. 15 Kctabllshlng experimental farm to Invcstlcnto methods of dry and arid-land, farming. Agrlculturo and Horticulture. Not lo puss. Adopted. II. B. No. 01 Providing for eight-hour day in factories, mills and shops. I-abor, Manu factures and Commerce. Not to pass. Re committed lo Commltteo on Manufactures and Commorce. II. B. No. SI Providing for a maximum rato of slrcei-car faro within thrco miles of city limits. Railroads and Common Carriers. Not to pass. Adopted. H. B. No. M Reorganizing tho board of trustees of School for Dcnf. Dumb and Blind. Commltteo on School Not to pass. Adopted. II J. M. No. 4 Asking Congress to set aside Strawberry valloy for Stato park. Fcd ernl Relations. To pass. Adopted. Committee on School for Deaf, Dumb and Blind recommends npproprlutlons aggregating J62.200. S. B. No. 15 Creating Stnto Board of Sheep Commissioners. Live Stock. To pass. Adopted. H. B. No 86 Providing that court stenogra phers shall collect no foes In uncontested pro batu matters. To pass. Adopted. Approved by the Governor. II. B. No. C9 Relating lo the preparation, settlement and signing of bills of exception. H. B. No. 12 Providing to whom process shall run from municipal courts. H. B. No. 21-Prohlbltlng Judges of City courts from practicing as attorneys, liew Houso Bills. H. B. No. 153. Joseph Requires tho Supremo court to render decisions on all causes of action within six months from tho date of hearing. Judiciary. H. B. No. 162. Hopes Rolatlng to tho taxa tion of transient stock. lAvo Stock, Counties. H. B. No. 1C3. Marks Allowing Sheriffs a fco of il jfor servlnc vrlt of garnishment. Judlclnry, H. B. No. 1W, Marks Requires Sheriffs to collect morchants' and liquor licenses out side of Incorporated towns and cities. Ju diciary. H. B. No. 165, Marks To mako tho posses sion of stolen property. If not satisfactorily explained, prima facie cvldcnco of tho of fenso of larceny Judiciary. II. B. No. ICC, Mar'i Requiring tho final account and petition .or settlement of es tates to contain n complete list of perrons entitled to participate In the distribution. Ju diciary, , il. li. No. 167, Marks Allowing persons in terested In thu final distribution of an estate to lllo petitions lo bo heard at tho samo tlmo an the petitions of heirs. Judlclnry. H. B. No. ICS. Edward Provides that In counties of th first class $25 per month shall bo paid to County Commissioners In lieu Of actual traveling expenses. II. B. No. 160. Miller (by ' request) To pro vido for the Inltlatlvo nnd referendum In leg islation. Judlclnry. ,. H. B. No. 170. Hone Requires manufacturers of an dealers In renovated butter to pay a Hcen fco. Public Health, t Received From -House. II. B. No W Creating Stato Board of Park Commissioners. Public Lands. H B No. 71 Relating lo contracts on arti cles of agreement Railroads. II. B. No. 2 Relating to duties of bank ex aminers. Banks and Banking. H. J. R. No. J Irovldlnsr for tho propaga tion of prosrnmmo for Washington's birthday. Federal Relations. Passed by the Senate. If B. No. 70 Defining burglary ot the first and second decrees. II. J. M. No 6 Memorializing Congress to pass Brownlow good-roads bill. Senate Committee Reports. S. B No. 5.5 Relntlng to government nnd control of Stain Mental hospital. Substituted by S, B. No. S3. Public Inotltutlons. Sub stitute to 'pass. Adopted. II. B. No. 7S Rolatlng to docketing ot Judgments. Judiciary To pass. Adopted. 11. B. No. 12 Relating to powers of City Councils. Judiciary. Amended. To pass. Adopted. S. B. No. 21 Relating to registering of votes. Judiciary. Amended, To pass. Adopted. S B. No. 73 Providing form of sorvlco In civil cases In caws of service by publication. Judiciary. Amended. To pass. Adopted. New Senato Bills. S. B. No. SI, Walton Relating to fes of constables. County nnd Municipal Corpora tions. S. B. No. S2. Wnlton Relntlnc to tho erec tion of fchoolhouscs by contract or day's labor. Education S. B. No. S3, Committee on Public Insti tutions Subntltulo for S. B. No &S. rotating to covcrnment and control of Stato Mental hospital. Second rending. S. B. No. SI, Park Making exemptions from liability lo net as Juror. Judiciary. S. B. No. W Bennlon Making appropria tion lo rnvo Sluto property abutting on Stato street. I WEATHER RECORD Wcnlhor for Today Occasional snow Yesterday's record at tho local office of tho neather bureau: Maximum lomperature. 31 degrees; minimum temperature, 1 degrees; mean temperature,. 29 degrees, which is 3 degrees below the normal. Accumulated deficiency of lompcrniuro slnco tho first of tho month. 30 degrees. Accumulated excesu of tcmeraturo slnco January I, 136 degrees. Total precipitation from 6 p. in. to C p. m., .01 Inch. Accumulated excess of precipitation slnco the first of tho month, .53 Inch. Accumulated dotlclency of precipitation slnco tho first of January, .2$ Inch. IX. J. HYATT, Local Forecaster. Temperatures Elsewhere. Abilene - Miles City a Ashevlllo 2 Modena 23 Atlanta 12 Montgomery 16 Bismarck I Moorhoad II llolsa 1 New Orleans 21 Boston S.Now York I Uuffnlo Norfolk 12 Cairo 4 Northrteld 12 Calgary JC North Platto 0 Charleston 22 Okluhoma 10 Chlcigo S Omaha 6 Cincinnati 2 Phoenix IS Denver 10 Pittsburg 0 rjctrolt C Pocatcllo 2 Dodge '1 Portland 23 Duluth IS Rapid City IS EIUIhh J ISo.Mcburg 21 El Pnso 30 St. I-ouls 2 Galveston 32 St. Paul 20 Grand, Junction .. 6 S. Ste. Mario 10 Havro 18 San Franclpco Helena 10 Sunla Po II Huron 12 Scr.inton 2 Jacksonville 18 Spokuno 10 Kamloops 6 Swift Current II ICanons City 2 Victoria 31 Knoxvlllo 2 Washington I Lander .. 2 Wlnnemucca 1C Llttlo Rock l Winnipeg Los Angoles 52 Yuma , 52 TEA We want to pay out more money ; ten times as much. Your pozrr rclnriu your iuony if you don't IHt Schilling s Ur,:. f CANVAS OF VOTES IS PROCEEDING 0 Apparent Advantage for Either Side, Contest in Ogden Not Draw ing Great Crowds to Court. Case Seems to Have Degenerated Into One of Challenges, Which Adds to ( Questions to Be Disposed Of. Special to The Tribune. OGDEN", Feb. 16. Today's proccculngn In tho contest case wcro not sufficiently lively to bo a lodcstono for tho curious, and tho spectators' seats were vacant nearly all day. Tho canvas proceeded, after preliminary skirmishing at tho open ing, with but llttlo interruption. Two en velopes containing ballots wcro objected to by tho contestce because tho envelopes were broken, and tho court sustained the objections In each case, temporarily, stating that argument as to their Inad missibility would havo to be submitted later. Tho result of the canvass up to tho closo this evening shows fifteen election districts counted out of a. total of forty nine In Weber county, and' of thoso count ed only flvo arc disposed of. oa in all tho others challenges have been entered by one side or tho othor. Nothing developed at today's proceed ings that can bo construed as an advan tage to either side, excepting that lato In tho day counsel for tho contestco waived Its right to tako evidence on each parcel of ballots as brought Into court. This will expcdlto the canvass, which al ready promises to be long and tedious, with a battlo of legal Uilent to follow on each of the challenged ballots, of which there will bo some hundreds. For tho time tho contest seems to havo degenerated into ono of challenges and this will ultimately add to tho numerous Questions to bo finally disposed of. "Whilo no apparent udvantngo has been gained by either side, tho net result of tho recount to date is an apparent in crease of eleyen votes for Rolapp over the original count. This Is aside from chal lenges, of which slxty-flvo are ngalrwt Howell and fifty-five against Rolapp. On original count the fifteen districts re counted gave Howell thlrtv-flve majority. The recount to date on samo districts has reduced this majority to twenty-four. Sub rosa of tho proceedings, on ono llt tlo point the contestce Is having a quiet laugh at tho expense of the contestant. When, at tho tlmo of the original canvass bv tho County Commissioners the First Hooper district returns were opened tho tally sheet showed only twenty-eight votes for Howell and thirteen for Rolapp. a total of forty-one. whereas 12o votes had been cast, four of which were blank ns to tho Judge, leaving eighty votes un accounted for on tho Judicial ticket. Tho Judges of election were Invited by the Commissioners to explain tho discrepan cy and stated that they had omitted to enter the straight ballots on tho tally sheet. There were Just eighty of these, fifty-seven being for Howell and twenty three for Rolapp. The election Judges, when their error was pointed out to thorn, offered to correct the tally sheet and avoid mandamus proceedings. This was strenuously contested by tho contestant at the time and the time of tho court was taken up for some days listening to tho arguments. Tho tally sheet was finally corrected to show tho total vote, against tho objection and exception of the con testant. The laugh now Is that, as tho re count Is now progressing resulted In a gain for tho contestant In First Hooper, no objection waa raised. Morning Session. At tho morning session of court boforo tho recount of the ballots was resumed, two moro largo parcels, containing each the packages of ballots from a number of districts, wero brought In and cvldcnco taken as to their original receipt. This, for the reason that under the stipulation of yesterday cvldcnco to render tho ballots admissible as cvldcnco In the case was agreed as necessary, and a sufficient number of ballots to keep the canvassing board busy all day had to bo on hand. To reach this end Hon Charles R. Hol llngsworth of the Legislature and ox county clerk of Weber county had como up from Salt Lake to give his testimony. After giving his evidence this morning Mr. Holllngsworth Informed tho court that he would waive his constitutional rights as a member of the Legislature, nnd would appear In court at 10 o'clock each morning to glvo evidence on each bundle of ballots brought In. The testimony of Mr. Holllngsworth and his deputies was similar to that of Wednesday, and tho ballots wcro ad mitted as evidence over the objection of tho contcstee, exception to tho court's ruling being made. Judge Powers had been called to Salt Lake, and his placo was filled on the can vassing board by Judgo Rolapp. Judge Powers returned early In the afternoon. Tho canvnsa was resumed. Eden furnishing one more vote for Rolapp than In tho original count, and no ballots challenged. Farr West resulted In the challenge of ono Howell ballot. The next packago presented was First Huntsvllle. The envelope hnd n tear In It thirteen Inches, and Georgo D. Folk man, who hnd originally received tho packngo In the clerk's office, testified that this tear, or opening, was now about four Inches larger than when llrst re ceived. Witness was asked to make tho attempt In tho presence of tho court to extract tho onclosed bundlo of ballots without further enlarging tho opening. This was Impossible, and Judgo Richards offered tho envelope and Its contents In cvldonce. Objected to by Judgo Maglncss. and the objection sustained, Judge Morso stating that ho would at a later date In tho proceedings listen to argument for nnd against Its admission. Tho second Huntsvllle envelope was In gocd condition and the canvas proceeded, Liberty. Kanesvllle and Harrlsvlllo be ing canvass"d without change, except in the case of Harrlsvlllo, whcro Howell gained one vota. Tho second Plain City envelope being produced It was found to bo In a dam. nginl condition. The same objections 1 1 In tho enss of the first Huntavlllo wi 1 1 Interposed and sustained, the court In forming counsel that he would later on henr nrgumentti on lis admission. Pleasant View brought put thruo chal lenges from the contestant and one from tho contestce. and whon First Plain City was taker, up Judgo Powers had returned and from that lime on challenges wero numerous. First Plain City afforded twelve, eight by contestant and four by tho contestce. and In addition tho count gained one voto for Rolapp When North Ogden was reached Judgo Powers keot hla batlcrh-s working vlgor ouslv, finally drawing the lire of tho ene my and from there on It was horao and horse, every ballot with n distinguishing or a defective mark being challenged by ono sldo or the other Tho outcome on North Ogden was a Roland for an Oliver There wero twenty-five challenges by contestant and twonty-ncven by contestce and only 80 per rent of the ballots of the district passing unchallenged. The content had degener ated for the time being Into one where in each sldo was apparently trying to Jeopardize a sreater number of ballots than the other. Tho last district In the bundles that had been brought In In tho morning waa Marriott and on the suggestion of Gen. ICImball for the contestco It was agreed nnd stipulated that the evidence given oy ex-County Clerk Holllngsworth In re gard to the first bundles Introduced would apply to all others thnt had been In hla custody It waa yet early In the after noon and time left to canvass several more polls, and tho suggestion of Gen. Kimball, who. by the way. had Inaugu rated the obstructive practise of taking separate evidence regarding each bundle, was eagerly welcomed by the court and attorneys. Under the stipulation another bundle, containing the returns from four small precincts nnd the canvass pro ceeded. Here Is the result thus far: First Hooper.: Original Re- Con count, count- tested. Howell j,,., sr, R3 1 Rolapp , ;4 -. Second Hooper. Howell S3 S3 I Kolapp 70 C7 3 Burch Creek. Howell 32 31 1 nalnpp CA CI 3 Eden. Howell . 43 43 Rolapp 84 S3 Fnrr "West. Howell 53 si' N i Rolapp , m Second Huntsvllle. Howell .' 4; 45 Rolapp -is 45 Liberty. Howoll 1 53 Rolapp 33 35 .. Knnesville. Howell M &7 Rolapp 32 . 23 Harrisyillc. Howell &7 D5 Rolapp 71 71 Pleasant View. Howoll , CI K 3 Rolapp et G3 1 First Plain City. Howell 74 65 S Rolnpp S3 CO 4 North Ogden. Howell 112 115 23 Rolapp ..' 120 102 27 Marriott. Howell S3 4S , 13 Rolapp CO 63 7 Handall. - Howell 21 18 3 Rolapp 20 IS 3 Boy. Howell ' 41 37 3 Rolapp 55 47 7 EIGHrWQRKMEN'HURT. Injured by an Explosion' in Sulphur Factory. NEW YORK, Feb. 16. Eight workmen wero badly Injured by an explosion of sul phur In the Brooklyn sulphur works In Brooklyn today. Firemen ana policemen who brought them out of tho building were themselves much affected by breath ing tho sulphur turner, and at ono time ten firemen wore lying on the sidewalk with ambulance surgeons administering restoratives. It Is bollevcd four of the Injured workmen will die. The llrst oxploslon was quickly followed by a second, and hi a minute tho wholo three-story building was In flames. A number of workmen wcro caught whero thero wcro no lire escapes nnd had to Jump to the ground. When the firemen arrived men wero hanging from windows nnd wore tnkon down with the aid of scaling ladders. Tho explosions nro sup posed to have been caused by the ignition of tho sulphur by a spark caused by tho presence of a nail In the mechanism of ono of tho sulphur grinding machines. REFUSES TO EAT. Alleged Murderer Is Believed to Have Lost Mind. BUTTE, Mont., Feb. 15. Tho case of George Hllboka, charged with tho murder of John Sedlnck, has been given to tho jury, and a verdict is looked for some tlmo today or tonight- This is Hllboka's second trial, Insanity being mado tho plea of defense Hllbokn, It Is alleged, killed Sedlack. his partner, robbed the body of clothes and was wear ing a shirt of tho dead man when ar rested. For 'the last ten days Hllboka has re fused to touch a morsel of food, and a number of physicians testified that they believe tho prisoner to bo Insane Governing tho Canal Zone. WASHINGTON, Feb. 1C Senator Kltlredge today Introduced a bill for tho government of the canal :onn which is similar to the Mann bill pn.wed by tho House today. The provision of the Mann bill abolishing the Isthmian Canal commission Is not made a port of tho Kltt redRo bill. HAPPENINGS ABROAD j I rERTH. West Australia, Feb. 16. Tho Ori ent line steamer Orizaba, with paecnRcr8 and malls for Sydney. N. S. W.. Ih nshoro oft Gar den Island, twenty mile out ot her courso. COPENHAGEN, Feb. 16. Two D.mleh tor pedo boats nro awaiting at OJcdcsby to escort tho Rujslan Third Paclllc squadron through Danish waters. ST. PETERSBURG, Feb. 16. Emperor Nicholas today pnwlded over a council In tho Imperial pnlaco at Tparskoo-Selo. All tho Ministers had boon summoned. BUDAPEST. Fob. 16. Count Albert Apponyl having declined the nomination for President of tho Hungarian Parliament, tho Independ ence party has selected Julius Just. ST. PETERSBURG. Feb. lC.-Gen. Grlppon ben; recently commander of tho Second army In Manchuria, arrived hero at nildnlpht. ST. PHTERSP.URC. Feb. 16. Reports havo lxcn received that Vladivostok Is being cloro ly blockaded by Admiral Urlu's lloct. MILAN. Fob. 16. For two days tho woods covering tho oltles of the Monto ColviRnono, In Ihu provjneo of Como. havo been on lire ST. PETERSBURG. Feb. 1C M. 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