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. THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 29, 1913. 'm.
I 1 Intermountain News IW. J. LOWE HEADS COMMERCIAL CLUB Box Elder Organization Chooses County Attorney as Its President. ; Sp&cial w The Tribune. . BRtGIIAM CITY. 'Jan. SS. Tho h rectors of the liox Elder Commercial . ; lub bold tbolr cJcctibu of ofliccra. lust ' ewniuz. William L. Lowe was the maiiim'oua choice of the board' of di rectors as president of the- club for tbo ensuing year.' -Mr. Lowe is edunty Htlorney, and is amon the most promi nent voun men of Box Jildor county, lie succeed .Judge .7. D. Call as the head of the club Other mombors elected were I. E. OuQlfl. vice provident; Cieorjre A. An derson, treasurer, and John L. Picrc', secretary and manager. .Mr. Pierce has served a numbor of terms, boiti a vcrj activo worker for the commexciar interests of the city and county. I SENTENCED FOR CONTEMPT., Dr. Sorenaen Is Punished by Court lor Not Paying Alimony. Spot-:!, to Tho Tribuna. PROVO, Jan. 2S. Judge A. B. Morgan, n fv Fourth district court today. gave a decision in .th Dr.. A. C Sorenson con 'cn.pt case relative to alimony In the de "pe of divorce obtained by Mr. Rarhol i-'urcnsen and the failure of defendant to pv the. amount. Judge Morgan found !i:it defendant had wilfully sought to adn the payments. Ho was required j pay to Mrs, Soronsn $lo duo January. ti e J30 duo December 20 having been laid ftlnce tho action was commonced, to pav cost amounting to S12..".0 and to pav attorney fees for plaintiff In the amount of $75. to Ins Included hi cost?, and to b Imprison! In tbc county Jail nl'l these payments are made or until fu-tber order of courr. 'Pip attorneys for plaintiff and defond- IHhimIi phyHca react. weaken tho oowla. cmiso chronic constipation. Dial, 't HrgulctH operate easily, tono the uto'i'nrh, cure constipation. 2.'c. Askvour druggist for them. (Advertisement.) William J. Lowe, county I attorney, who lias been selected ' president of Box Elder Gom I mcrcial club. ant later stipulated that defendant have thirty days to comply with tho order of tho court and Judge Morgan agreed to this. I Ofllccrs Installed. Special to The Tribune. PROVO. Jan. 2S. The following offi cer of tho Aurora circle, Women of Woodcraft, wore Installed Inst night: Guardian neighbor, Mrs. W. C. Crawford; past guardian neighbor, Mrs. Ardella Sutherland; adviser, Mrs. Loulso 1 Tuber; clerk, Mrs. A. B. J. Wcctor; magician, Mrs. Ada Dyer; banker, Mrs. Elva Al len; mnnnsers, Mrs. Jnmes Holmes and Mrs. Mao MncICenzIc: captain of guards, Mn. Hazel Wcstfall: attendant, Mrs. Lcl tlo Nold; outer sentinel. Mr.. Lorn, Me Qtilvey: Inner sentinel, Mrs. Anna Pcter-i-on; muslMnn, Mrs. I.tzzlo Honry. After the Installation u .banquet was enjoyed ami nn Interesting feature was tho pre- ELDERLY MEN AND WOMEN WIUST WOT USE CALOMEL SALTS ORJiOLENT CATHARTICS Harmless, delicious "Syrup oil Figs" is best, lo cleanse your stomach, liver and 30 feet oC bowels o sour bile, decaying t food, gases and clogged-up waste. i t You old people Syrup of Figa is particularly for you. You who don't erorciso as much as you need, to; who lilto tho easy chair. You, whose stops aro slow and whoao muscles aro loss elastic. You must realizo that your liver aud teu yards of bowels havo also bocomo loss active Don't regard Syrup of Figs as physic. Jt stimulates tho liver and bowels just as exercise .would do if you took enough of it. It is not harsh like salts or cathartics. Tbc help which Syrup of Figs ives to a torpid liver arid weak, sluggish bowels 13 harmless, natural and gontle. When eyes grow dim, you help thorn. Do tho "same with your liver and bowels when ago makes them less active. Thoro is nothing more import ant Costive, clopjged-up bowels mean that decaying, icrmcuting food is clogged there and tho pores or ducts in these thirty feet of bowels suck, this Hontatlon to A- V. Roblson of a beauti ful Initial gold ring in recognition of his faithful and efficient work hb clerk of the order, which office He has filled for three successive terms. TROUBLES OF MARRIED MAN. First Sued for Divorce. Thon Placed on Trial on Serious Charge. Special to Tho Tribune. PROVO, Jan. 2S. The case of tho stale vs. Albert Park, charged with Improper relations with Wlnnlfrcd Burkloy in this city. September 24, 1912, Is now being heard boforo a Jury. Mrs. Vera Nancy Park. , wife of the defendant, s-omo time boforo the offenHO for which ho Is now being tried. Is al leged to have been committed, filed a tiult for divorce, charging cruelty, based on his alleged attention to other women. This suit Mrs. Park asked to havo dis missed beforo pvldcnco was Introduced In the present eulu Judge Morgan look the matter under advlsoinent. Will Organize Board. Special to The Tribune. PROVO, Jan. 2S. Officers of the Paci fic board of flro liisuninco underwriters will bo here Thursday to meet with tho fire Jnsurance ngonts of Provo nnd or ganize a local board. Tho meeting will be held in the Commercial club rooms. I Drawing Immense Crowds I Only a short time now until I I we vacate our present quar- I I ters to occupy our handsome j new home on Broadway j an enormous loss in moving I Merchandise now on hand meeting a most terrific j slaughter, for not a dollar's worth of the past season's merchandise will be moved to our new store. Today 1 many new low prices will be offered many heavily reduced prices will meet with still further reduction, making it one of the biggest days of the sale. I Our Enormous Sale of Waists at I I $1.95, $2.95, $3.95 I I Drawing GREAT THRONGS of Shoppers H i Yesterday the department was packed to its very I utmost. Never before have we had such a response to a sale. Today many new waists will be added to the already vast assortments-waists for any and all occas- ions in chiffons, messalines, taffetas, nets and laces- at the sensationally low prices as quoted above. All j decaying waste and poisons into tho blood. You will never got feeling right until this is corrected. but do it gently. Don't havo a bowel wash day; don't u;o a bowel Irritant. For your sake, please uso only gono, of. fectivo Syrup of Figs. Then you are not drugging yoursolf, for Syrup of Figs is composed of only lusciouB figs, senna nnd aromatica which cannot injure. A toaspoonful tonight will gently, but thoroughly, move on and out of your system by morning all the sour bile, poisonous fermenting food and elogged-up wapto matter without gripe, nausea or weakness. But get tho genuine Ask your druggist for tho full namo, "Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna." Koruso, with contompt, any other Fig Syrup unless it bears tbo "name proparcu by the California Fig Syrup Company. .Read tho label. (Advertisement.) IDAHO LEGISLATURE AO0ITOJO0NTIES Four New Ones Have Been Created to Dale and More Are to Come.' Special to Tho Tribune. POISE. Ida., Jan. 2S. The twelfth Ida ho legislature has earned the title of be ing the banner county division legisla ture In tho history of this state, as It passed the Oneida county division bill today, creating the now county of Frank lin. With but ono-thlrd of tho session gone tho legislature has created no less than four new counties and hoa four more measures asking for county divi sion In sight. Tho Franklin county divi sion bill passed tho house yosterday and was sent Into tho senate and paused by that body today under suspension of the rules. Tho Franklin county bill carries out tho pledgo of tho legislators elected from Oneida county to crcato two new coun ties. Tho temporary county scat of Franklin county Is named as Preston. Tho county division bills so far passed glvo southern Idaho four new counties Franklin, Power, Gooding and Minidoka and will Increase tho membership In the legislature from that section of tho state by about ten members. The joint resolution Introduced In the house by Representative Ferguson of Bannock county, the object of which la to submit to the people the question of call ing a constitutional convention to rcvlBC the constitution of this state, waa de feated when placed on final passage this afternoon, an It lacked but one of the necessary two-thirds to carry. Notlco to reconsldor waa served on the house and tho meoeuro will be voted on again tomorrow. The house passed a bill by Representa tive Fcathorotono of Shoshone county authorizing- school districts to eoulp gym nasiums and gave its stamD of approval to a bill authorizing an appropriation of S50 by county commissioners to assist in the burial of each old soldier who dies In the respective counties. A measure asking for an appropriation of $1-10.000 for maintenance of tho Acadomy of Ida ho at Pocatello tvaa Introduced. Tho senate passed the resolution of Senator Edging ton of Bingham. Bonne ville county, authorizing a rigid investi gation of tho industrial school at St. An thony. A memorial that originated In the house was also passed by tho senate providing for legislative memorial services to be held In Plnnoy theater In this city In memory of the lato Weldon B. Hcy burn. Senator Defenbach Introduced a bill providing for tho registration of lobby-lnts. Senator Falrchllds Introduced a resolu tion applying the Initiative to tho making of laws. Senator Dundliur Introduced an employ ers' liability bill, and Senator Edglngton Introduced the second railroad or public utilities bill. FORCES DESERTION CHARGE. e William Dlckeon of Onden Arrested on Complaint of Wife. Special to The Tribune. GPJ2AT FALLS, Mont., Jan. 28. On telegraphic advce3 from tho sheriff at Ogden, Utah, Sheriff Kommcrs this af ternoon arrested William Dickson at Power on a charge of deserting' ids wife at Ogdcn, who is the complainant In the case. Dlrkson when brought hero tonight de clared ho was the victim of a misunder standing. He said he had no purpose to desert his wife and he expressed confl denro that ho will bo nble to straighten the matter out before the officers come for him. Dickson Is 23 years of age Special to The Tribune. OGDI3NT. .Tun. 28. Sheriff 13. IS. Har rison was tonight advised of the arrest of Dickson. Ho said that Mrs. Dickson had made the complaint a week ago and thnt ha would leave tomorrow for Great Falls to return with the prisoner. Hurt by Automatic Gun. Special to The Tribune LOGAN". Jan. 2S Joseph Wllev. 20 years old. was seriously hurt thlH after noon when a shell In an automatic shot gun exploded whllu he was in tho act of alining at a rabbit. Ills face wn ter ribly lacerated and tliem i a pOMiibllltv that his Wight has been destroyed. The accident occurred In fields west of this city. LARGE BEQUEST IS MADE FOR MISSIONS By International News Scrvlre. XEW YORK, Jan- 28. What Is be hoved to ho the largaft single bequest for foreign mlwrions to disclosed by tho will fried here today of the oatato of Robert Arlington, who died at Tolpmmouth, England. Mr. Arlington left an estate of over S5.00O.000. and of this amount he gave J4.50O.0OO to bo devoted to carrying thn Konpel to ovcry heathen tribe on earth. To carry out the pur poses of hlo will, he gavo $2,500,000 to the Baptist Missionary aocletv of Jn don and $2,000,000 to tho London Mls slpnary society CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. Thi Kind You Have Always Bought SigTiatir of uiffyUcJ 'sTrEdpRgrigj To Our Customers I The Wholesale Grocers oft This City Refuse to Sejji ills Any More Groceries!! I This places us in a position I I where we will be unable to I I continue the Housekeepers I I Sale of pure foods. It was I I therefore DISCONTINUED I yesterday, as our stock on I hand is not sufficient to fill p I orders already placed with us. I; 1 Regardless of Cost to Us SENATORS ELECTED IN Sffl STATES Warren Is the Winner in Wyoming After a Hard Contest. j CHETBX.VE, Wyo., Jan. 2S. Senator Francis 13. Warren received his fifth elec tion to the United States senate at tho hands of the Wyoming legislature today when both houses gave him a. majority over hi Democratic opponent. John B. ICendjjtek. Tho vote in tho senate waa IG for Warren and 11 for Kendrlok; in the houso 20 for Warren and 27 for Kendrlck. Kepr'Bontativo 12. II. Man son, who has championed he Progres sive enure, refused to cast his ballot for either candidate. CAItSON CITY. Nov.. Jan. 28. ICey I'lttman was chosen United States sena tor today by both house:, the voto being taken benarately. Tomorrow tho two houses will meet In Join session to ratify the selection. George Stale, a Socialist, was given ono vote In each house. AUSTIN". Tex.. Jan. 2S. Representative Morris Sheppard today was elected United States snnator from Texas for tho short term ending March 4 next and for tho long term beginning on that date. For tho nhort term he will nucceed R. M. Johnston, who was appointed recently upon tho resignation of Senator J. W. Bailey. Colonel Johnston's friends made a fight for the short term. TRENTON'. N. J.. Jan. 25. The two houses of the state logiHlature, voting separately, today clnctod former Con gressman William Hughes, Democrat, United States senator to succel Frank O Brlggs, Republican, whoso term ex pires March I next. Mr. Hughes won tho Democratic primaries Inst fall. TOPEKA. Kan.. Jan. 28. Judge Wil liam H. Thompson of Garden City, a Democrat, was chosen United Stales senator to succeed Charles H. Curtis, Republican, by the Kansas lesislitur In scparato session today. Judge Thomp fon will be formally elected at a Joint selon tomorrow. SAVTA FE, N. M., Jan. 23. Senator A. B. Fall was chosen senator today by the two houses of the legislature, which votd separately- He rocelvd 15 votes In th senate and 2S In the house. The other votes were scattering. The elec tion will bo ratified in Joint session to morrow. COLUMBIA. S. C, .Ton. 2S. Senator Tillman was c'eted today at sessions In both bouses of tho general assembly. This Is his fourth consecutive term Last nlgnt FORMER BHKERS KING JURY Special to The Tribune. BOISE, Idaho, Jan. 28. A Jury was se cured and tho introduction of evidence was begun today In the case of the State against Edward Payne and Eugene D. Payne, president and cashier, respective ly, of the defunct Boise Slate bank, charged , with making a falso report on September 20, 10 11, as to tho condition of tho bank on September 1, 1911,. with Intent lo deceive V. W. Piatt, state bank commissioner. Raymond Glvcns. county attorney, who Is prosecuting the case. In perton. made tho statement to tho Jury on behalf of uio state. He explained the manner of calling for reports by the state bank commissioner, under tho law, and stated "rtatini?op?rt vfas cul,C(1 for " Soptombcr 20, irll. to show the condition of the bank on September 1, 13-11. IIQ snld th evidence would show that tho roport thus there wan a current of opposition to him, but it disappeared, and he carried tho entire membership presont. CONCORD. X. H.. Jan. 3S.-Hcnry F. Ho Is. the Democratic candidate for l.iilted States senator, received IS? votes in th legislature today, but not enough to elect. Kdward Is". Pearson. Republi can, was given 176 votes and Robert I'. U;iee. Progrosalve, 21. Twonty-two scat tering voton were recorded. With the present day simple styles in hair drenslng, the possession of sood hair Is a decided ad-antage and tho necessity of giving It intelligent care more impcra tlvo than ever. If ymir balr Ik thin, brittle, unevon and locks glow, you nwd Herplcldo. Dandruff muBt also be gotten rid of bo foro you can hope to have nice appear ing hair or got beyond the point whoro you have to use artificial hair to make your head oven preentablo. our dealer win li you . bottle of Newbro o Hrplcldo nnd guarantee it to moke i your hair soft, silky and luxuriant or rofund your money. A lltllo HerpMdn applied dolly for a abort time, and after that two or threo limes n. week, will ac complish wondors. You will be U'-prlsd DoNotNeJeci; In the promotion of pennanerfiiBfe. and hair health, and in thepitwiy, lion and treatment of minor tfv troubles, Cuticnra Soap ?Pv cura Ointment are unnTsltA, ''Mff Although Cnttearft Soip txA O&taatfcMMfa br drtiKEL-U and dealt rs erenrbut 4 rsmple of each, with 33-pue bwltrt st 1' ' and treatment of skin and b!r, vtntciatlKi, tree. caappUcatloa to "CuUcur,''DgtttWF;,. . i i I mado out had shown that t& 72H:"hi Individual deposits, cubjfrt U ,11. was ?7y,760.72. which aniount JI J had been falsified by J1S.0W. jffM alleged deposit of Edward F!nWj Ian of lh Horner estate. W'f he said tho State would oKrmrW merely by transfor of nuMm posit slip made out to show 'fmmVm having been attached to tn posit slips after such slips tolTjMLm had been bound togother aaa "BB and that, although it was ntfj that such deposit wu nwi JZ Wk 31. It was not made until lr"H m 1. This account, he said jn'uiM ma checked out by two chcJ H jn $7000, and tho other for IW9 J i Twenty-Blx Vertto. wU HAVRE. France. JrTjfBj of the crow of the Gfl"fTI,. ganlo perished today fijjB, was sunk by tho Pr'ilS-l-? In the English channel. DT"SlB' lltlcd In a fog and the 3m' rapidly that only four of , were caved. The Phryno jM ' A LITTLE flEPPICIBE ILL 1 DO HERS FOR f I I at the change which H1 u the flrat application 4Bt. ,f Nowbro'a Herplclile, kno" dSI r as the "Original JLBgKIMI eradicates dandruff ffffll becomes bright, beautiful o4M and snap. Instead ofj SncB ' handful wlUi overy comWnr W p'lcldo WiJ&M' immediately. ? ArrS st fM, In 50-cent sad S'.OO Ixttti 9 H poodji counter and JffiSfo. Jmi Blalmed or money ,lft m5mW Application- &dn!mi ber shops and lwur "Jfl Schramm-JphnEon. OcdJK . Substi tutors." Fix' lQ,tfittVW' ) FpK'lal Agent JL