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L THE SAM S4LT 3LAKE L4 HERALD BERALTHtRSDAY f THt7RSDA THDRSDAYJAN JA3ST JA 26 1905 1 19O 5
TOMAKE TO MAKE EASY EASYMSISTRATJ0N EASYREGISTRATION EASYiREtll
REGISTRATION MSISTRATJ0NSenator iREtll REGISTRATIONSenatorWa1tonuts STRA TIOfi TIOfisCi1at
Senator sCi1at SenatorWa1tonuts r WaltonEuts wa lton uts in Bill Billfor for Car Carrying Caru1g
rying ryin u1g Names NamesWOUU NamesW NamesWou1Ek
WOUU W Wou1Ek D PROTECT WOMEN WOMENPLANS WOMENP WO MEN MENPLAN
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PLANS P AN TO TO ToIMAKE MAKE IT UNNECES UNNECESSenator UNNECESSARY
ARY TO TOTELL TELL AGE AGEI AGESenah AGEenatr
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Senator enatr r Walton Wa1tOribeJ1eFosthe Valt ri believes the man man manwho manwhovutes who whovotes wItoutes
votes utes regularly should be rewarded by bybeing bYbtIng bybt1ng
being relieved of f the trouble of register registerIng
ing for each election Hs measure measureSenate m a aure aureeiate 3ure 3ureStwate
Senate bill No 24 4 Introduced introdu ed yoster yosterday y yuteriky tel 1 1dliY
day provides that Uiat the names num s of all allpersons alii aliipersons allpersons
persons who wIovoted 110 voted at the previous prevlousgqu gen gencral I IcralelecUon Ioral
oral cralelecUon election shall be placed on the new newregistry newreglstr iiewreglstq
registry reglstq list without efforton effort on their theirpart theirpart
1 1Another
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part 1artAnother partAnother
Another section of the bill Is designed designedfor
for the special benefit of women voters votersAvho voterswho I Iwho
who dislike to declare their age It Ithas It1 It1Ius II
has heretofore been held that the pres present 1106cnt preeent ¬
ent law l w does doesnol not require an applicant to tostate tostate tostate
state his or her age but registry agents agentshave agentsiiase
have in many instance refused retu ed to reg register register regIster ¬
ister those tho e who declined to state the theexact theexact theexact
exact age The measure proposed by bySenator byenator bySenator
Senator enator Walton covers this pftlnt p lnt ex explicitly cxpUcitly ¬
plicitly by providing that any appli applicant appliant applicant ¬
cant who swears he or she shall be 21 21years 211 21y
years y t aIs of age on election day shall be beentitled becutitJed beeititled
entitled to register registerThe regL3terThe reghterThe
The bill provides that registration registrationollices regh3tratlonoJfices regIstrationoffices
offices shall be open on the last day of ofAugust ofAugust ofAugust
August preceding election This is de designed designed designed ¬
signed especially csj claIlY for voters who wh01lt who4ttend who4ttendcolleges atiend atiendcolleges ttendco
colleges co 11 cles or universities away awayvI > from fromhome fromhome fromhome
home but it is believed It will also be beicund becund becund
cund a great convenience to travelers travelersMany travelersMany travelersMany
Many voters who attend schools away awayfrom awayIom awayiroin
from Iom home would under the proposed proposedlaw proposedlaw proposedlaw
law be enabled to register before the theschool thetclool
1 1ehool
school term began and thus be b able to tocast toCaSt o oC
cast C st their votes otes by making one trip triphome triphome triplO1flO
home instead of two as at present re required reqUired required ¬
quired
Another Partisan Measure MeasureAnother MeasureAnother MeasureAnothet
Another bill introduced yesterday by bySenator bySenator bySenator
Senator Walton makes changes in the thestate thetate thestate
state land board The measure is the theresult theTesult theresult
result of ten years study 6t d Senator Wal Walton V WaIton aI aIton ¬
ton says including five years ears service serviceon
on the board boardTne boardTne boardTac
Tne bill No 28 3 makes the board a afrankly afrankly afrankly
frankly partisan one All members may maybelong maybElong maybelong
belong to the same political party p rt It Itmakes Itmakei itniake
makes niake the board of live members to be beappointed beappointed beilppolnted
appointed by the governor for two twoyear twoyear twoyear
year terms and to elect a president and andsecretary ands andsecretary
secretary s from its membership Each Eachmember gachmember Eachmember
member is to be paid a salary snJar of 12 1200 1200annually 1200annually < X Xannually
annually Sccept the secretary who ho isto is isto isto
to be paid 1500 Members are to be bereimbursed bereimbursed bereimbursed
reimbursed for actual traveling ex expenses expenses oxpenses ¬
penses when engaged on slate business businessThe businesslhe businessThe
The secretary is required to give a abond abond abond
bond of 1SOOO The board may cause causestate CaUsestate causestate
state lands and Improvements to be ap appiaised apIHaiscd apJtalsed
piaised as often as deemed necessary necessaryand nCtessuryand necessaryand
and has power to appoint appraisers appraisersAll
All money received by the th board re remains remains reLlUS ¬
mains LlUS in control of the board instead insteadof insteadOf insteadot
of In the hands o of the t secretary The Theme The1Il Thelot
me 1Il ney must be deposited In the name nameof nameof nameof
of the board in bj banks iksx designated by bythe b bthe bythe
the board Checks must be eisoed ehuedb ehuedbthl by bythe byth
the th secretary and countersigned by b the thepresident theprf thepresident
president prf > sident Receipts shall be issued in induplicate IndupliMitp Induplicate
duplicate th originals to go o to the th
person making the payments and the theduplicates theupliatt th thlpliates
duplicates upliatt to be deposited depositedIth with w itli the theetute theftlte thettte
etute auditor auditorSenator auditoleJ1utol auditorSenu
Senator Senu toy Holllngsworth lioll Ingaworth introduced introducedIve int I at reduced rodUlcdJve reducedVve
Ive measures melUn res senate bills Nos 25 5 2 iid < 1
7 28 and nd 30 30Senate 2tSeIate
Senate bill No 26 2 empowers boards boardsof bourc1sIf I
of If county commissioners fo o provide providepenalties pIoyidelnalties providepciialtles
penalties for or infractions of ordinances ordinancesenacted oldlnnncesIaded ordinancesciacted
enacted by b the boards the punishment punishmentj pUI1I hn1fmt hn1fmtto
itt j < > t to exceed iroO 300 00 or six months Im Imprisonment ImIrisonment imprisonment ¬
prisonment or both At present the theboards theboards theboards
boards haveno hae no power to provide pen penalties penulti penalties ¬
alties altiesSenate ulti altiesSonate > s s8euatc
Senate bill Nb N 26 amends > section
2205 205 Revised Statutes relating rcltit1 1g to the thepunishment theIllmlshment thepunishment l
punishment for bringing any an pauper pauperor
or Insane pei peioii aon < Jnfhto mto tha state At Atprreent Atprecent
prreent the law contains ntaln6 x clause with withintent withIl1t withintent
intent Il1t > nt to make such pe Peoa rurt a charge chargeupon chargeUIJOU I
upon the state which renders con convictions conIeUons convietlons ¬
victions eniost lmost ImpouBible irnpo sible because beca c of ofthe ofthe I
the difficulty d1ffi lty of proving interft intei Thisdause This ThiscUiuse ThIstLLU540
cUiuse is stricken out by the amend amendinc
inc ifl nt ntSenate n ntSenate t tSenate
Senate bill No No2 27 is designed Chiefly Chieflyto hienyto
to make inalceWeber Weber and Utah counties counti > s of ofties orthe ofthe
the s second ond cla class s something the coun counties
ties named have been striving for since sincestatehood sinces6teholJd sincestatehood
statehood It amends section 206C Re Revised ReIsod ReI ReIvised ¬
vised Isod Statutes by reducing the ari aristsscd Wisfsscd au ausLssed
stsscd valuation for counties of the sec second seCond seecad ¬
ond claSs from 15OpO000 to 12000000 12000000For 12QOOooOFor 12000000For
For Fixing County Boundaries BoundariesSenate BoundariesSenate BoundariesSenate
Senate bill No 28 is intended to defi defiiiitely defiiiilcly
1 iiitely tly locate county lines It amende amendesection amenoosn amendesutiofl
section sn > tion 487 J8 o Revised Statutes Statut sby by pro providing lroviding ro ¬
viding idin that In case of dispute over overcunty al alcounty a afunt I
county funt boundary the state engineer engineerupon enginecrl enginecrlupon 1 1U
upon U poll proper certification shall perma permancnlly permanently
ncnlly determine the line by b necessary necessarysurveys necessarysurveys necessarysurveys
surveys the erection of monuments and andtho andthe andthe
the preparatloiKof plats At present lre ent a aline aline
line in dispute diaJ > ltte must be settled by the thesurveyors thesurveyors thesurveyors I
surveyors of the counties concerned concernedwith concernedwith concernedsitli
with the aistance a of a third thh county countysurveyor count countsiIleor countysurveyor
surveyor in case an agreement cannot cannotb I
b > reuchod Under the present law In the thecounty thecrunty theccunty
county sUrveyors have no authority to tod torl toci
d i more thmi to erect monuments Jt Jtis Itis t tif
is if believed the th enactment n ttnent of the pro prap prop prop
p < sed < d amqmlmant am ndmenl would result r sultin < in deli definitely delinUelylo deftnltelylixattLlig ¬
nitely nUelylo nltelylixattLlig locating tUtgseventl several county linos lInosthat lInosthatat that thatat
at present rPttent dre l r but lutvaguely vaguely defined defin d In Inthe Inth inthe
the th < las ass of Weber county count for Instance instancathe instancethe Instancethe
the summits of the Wasatch Yasat < h range rangewhl rangewhth
whl whih h are ir said to vary varyfrom from four inches inchest inch inclit 6 6t
t four miles constitute one of the theboundaries theboundaries theboundaries
boundaries boundariesSenate boundariesSenate boundariesSenate
Senate bill No 29 is intended to re relieve rcli iehove ¬
hove li > counties of f the cQst of criminal criminalTHE criminalTilE
J JIDE
THE VALUE OF CHARCOAL CHARCOALFew II IFew I
Few People Know How 0 V Use Useful Useful
ful It Is In Preserving PreservingHealth PreservingH PreservingHealth I
Health H atth and Beauty BeautyNearly BeautyNcatly BeautyNeatly
Nearly everybody knows that charcoal charcoaljs
js the safest and most mo t efficient disinfect disinfectant disinfectant ¬
ant and purifier In nature but few re realize realize reahize ¬
alize ltd value when taken into the liu liuluan Jiuluan iluman
luan system 8 stem for the same cleansing cleanln pur purpose purpose purpose ¬
pose poseCharcoal
posehareoul Charcoal Is 1 a romody ramod that tho more you youtake youtake youtake
take of It the better It Is not a drug at atall atall atall
all but simply absorbs the gases gall and andimpurities andmpurltIes
impurities always present in the th stomach stomachand stomachal1d stomachard
J
and Intestines and carries them out of ofthe otthl ofthe
the system systemCharcoal systemCharcoal
thl Charcoal h f sweetens the breath after aftersmoking aftersmoking I Itimoking
smoking jflrlnklnp rlnkJn or after oatlng onions onionsaud onionsnud onionsaud
aud other odorous vesretablos vesretablosCharcoal vertatoaCharcoal tn los losCharcoal
Charcoal effectually o WearS and 1m 1mrroves 110pruvs improves
proves tht tilO bomp eompldxftnf omOe1UflIt ir whitens the theteeth theteeth thet
teeth t > eth and further acts as a natural nat ntl and andeminently andminenUy andcininently
eminently aafe ufe fe cathartic catharticIt
It absorbs the Injurious in ratea cs vhlch whlahcollt whioltc1heet vhlchcollect
collect lnthtt In the stomach and bowels il dis disInfeots dlsInCN5 disInfects
Infects the mouth and andthroat throat from tho thopoison thopohmn thepOicfl
poison of catarrh catarrhAH
AU drucglsts < J sell s 1l charcoal in ono onoorm onoormor form formor
or another but probably the best char charcoal hnr hnroal ¬
coal cal and ijtht i tbc tI most for the h money l11SJ y lg in inStuarts InStuarts inStuarts
1 Stuarts Charcoal f LdMligeB L oonges They aro arocomposed araCompocd ar arcomposed
composed of the finest lIn gt pondered po erod VHldw 1flidwr VHldwcharcoal iIldwharloal
r charcoal and qthcr harmless dnUtfoptles dnUtfoptlesin
p in tablet form or rather In the form of oflarge otlarg oflarge
large pleasant tasting losenges lo tmgcs the thecharcoal lhtdJarcoal thecharcoal
charcoal Ijotng mixed with honey honeyThe hone hones honetflaH boneyThe
The e dally use u of these lozenges will willsoon winsoon
tl eJo
tflaH au g fto l lthe
soon s tell liia lit a much c Improved condition of ofthe ofthe
the general health better complexion complexionsweeter complexionswtetcr complexionsweeter
sweeter breath and purer blood and the thebeauty thebauty thebeauty
beauty of it is that no possible possibleharm harm can canresult oanresult canreuht
result from rom their continued < use but on onthe onthe onthe
the contrary < great benefit benefitA
A Buffalo physician In speaking of o tho thobenefits thob thebcneflts
benefits b < > nflts of charcoal says I advise Stu Stuarts Stuarts Stunrts ¬
arts Charcoal Lozenges to all patients patientssuffering p patientssuffering tlents tlentsuttering
suffering from fr m gas In stomach and bow bowels bowels bowcle ¬
els and to clear I ar the complexion and pur purify Ur UrIfv urlfv ¬
ify the breath mouth and throat I also alsobrlleve aJsob alsobrhleve
brlleve b Utve tho liver Is greatly benefited neltec by bythe b bth bthe
the th daily daft use or them They cost but butInts butccnts 2 2Stuarts
Ints 8 10xJtt drzstorcs u JPtores JU iud d although ttltbOUghIlY
IlY sornCSOfleC omti > onac a2nIeItt ntlrcP preparation rnti n yet I IbeUbv I Ibelieve
believe 1fiet m moend ondootte1fbhrcoalln ondootte1fbhrcoallnStua lotter4bhztrcoal in inStuarts
Stuarts Stua rts Charcoal Lozenges Lozcn es than In any anyof anyof ny J
of the ordinary charcoal tablets tnble
WILL PUT A STOP STOPTO STOPTO
TO FLOW OF BILLS BILLSHouse
House Passes Resolution Limiting LimitingTheir L LinitingTheir niting nitingTheir
Their Introduction IntroductionMORE IntroductionI IntroductionMORE IittroductionMORE
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MORE TALK ON BOUNTIES BOUNTIESMANY
BOUNTIESi
i 1MANY
MANY MEASURES ARE PUT IN INDURING j
DURING DAYS SESSION SESSIONProviding SESSIONPrQIding SESSIONProviding II IIDURING
Providing the senate concurs with the thehcuso thehcu thelicuse
hcuso hcu o in a resolution introduced inttodu ed yes yesterday
terday terda by Representative Repro entat1e J A Ander Anderson Anderaba t n er ¬
son of Morgan there will be no n bills billspresented blll blllI1scnted billsprsentejI
presented after thft th fortyTa oJtyiflh th day of ofthe ofthe
the sixth session Wednesday Feb 22 22unless 22unle 22unless
unless unle s the author gains the consent of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the house in which it originates There Thereis lhercis rhereIs
is evidently a great difference of opin opinion opinion opinion ¬
ion among the lower house members as asto
to Just how much can be accomplished accomplishedIn
In the way of o giving birth to bills in a agiven agiven
given time timeWilson timeVI1 timeViiion
Wilson VI1 on wanted the limit placed pla ed at atthe atthethirtieth the thethirtieth thetblrtloth
thirtieth day while Tolion favored the thefifteenth thetln thefifteenth
fifteenth tln enth day Andersons original joint jointresolution jointrt50lutlon jointresolution
resolution called for a limit of forty fortydays fortyda fortydays
days da s but a medium was offered by byRoberts byRobtrt
Roberts of fortyfive days This was wasfinally wasfinally wasfinally
finally accepted by the house houseThere houseThere houseThere
There has been a continuous How of ofbills off1ls ofbills
bills f1ls since the first day of the session sessionsevoritythreehaving sessionseel1t sessIonsevoitythreahavIng
sevoritythreehaving seel1t threehaving been presented up upto uptQ upto
to date Now that a limit has been beenfixed beenfixed beenlixed
fixed it is expected that the th flood will w111come willcome 111 111omc
come < omc in all its force forceMore forceMore forceMore
More Bounty Talk TalkIts Talkns TalkIts
Its an off day In the house when whensomeone whensomeone vhensomeone
someone cant say something about aboutbounty aboutbounty aboutbounty
bounty After every ecr wfld ahimalln ahimallnthe a imal lmailn lmailnthe 1 1th
the th statehas been drawn into intotlje the ftjiud ftjiudandhad ftnudand friudandhad
andhad and had his name mixed inixedwith with withthose those of ofsuspected ofsuspected
suspected grafters many many thought the thelimit thelimit thelimit
limit had been beenrenched beenrenchedBut reached reachedBut renchedBut
But silk worm cocoons forerunners forerunnersof
of butterflies were brought into the thequestion thequestIon thequestion
question yesterday They came out outhowever outhowever outhowever
however unscathed They were not notsuspected notsuspected notsuspected
suspected of being tangled up in any anyway anyway anyway
way the motion affecting them being beingsimply beIngsimply
simply one to instruct the rotate auditor auditorbounty auditorto
to Issue no more warrants for silk silkbnunty silklnunty
bounty claims pending the action of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the legislature on tlosephs bill to re repeal rep repeal ¬
peal p al the sericulture act actJoseph actJoseph actJoseph
Joseph made the motion but it failed failedtt f Hed Hedt
tt t carry carryHe car carHe carrylie
He stated that as as every eer manH man hand handwas handwas handwas
was was raised against bounties he had hadbfen hadbfocn hadben
ben aroused to act by b seeing warrants warrantsfor warrantsfor warrantsfor
for silk worm cocoons issued by b the thestate thestate thestate
state auditor It proved that the state stateauditorwas 6tateauditor 3tateauditolwas
auditorwas auditor was giving warrants for claims claimsv clalmshiCh clhinshich
v hich had been approved by the state stateboard stateboard stateboard
board of examiners examinersWished examinersWished examinersWished
Wished to Reconsider ReconsiderJoseph ReconsiderJoseph ReconsiderJoseph
Joseph later moved for a reconsidera reconsideration ¬
tion of house concurrent resolution No
1 1 relating to the bounty frauds inves investigation Investigation investigatlon ¬
tigation The motion was ruled out > ut of oforder oforder oforder
order no notice of reconsideration hay having hayIng haylug ¬
ing been given when the resolution r was waspassed wasrassed
rassed Monday Joseph stated after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the session that he heWu was not opposed to tothe tothe tothe
the resolution but desired a reconsider reconsideration reconsiderntion reconsideratioit ¬
ation in order that the clause pend upendIng pending pendlag ¬
ing further action of the legislature legislaturemight legislaturemight legislaturemight
might be inserted in that part of the thebill thebill thebill
bill advising county clerks to issue no nomore no1ore nonoee
more bounty bount warrants
was eager i ithe Ithe
the speakers ruling that Jcneph Was Wasout U5 U5out usout
out of order to have the resolution re reconsidered reconsidered yeconsidered ¬ I
considered He moved that the therul rules ul i be besuspended beuspPJidcd besuspended I
suspended fn order orde U tat at this thlttniridit might n l 1 t be boeffected beetTccled beeffected I
effected 1but but bu this his motion lost bv b 31 vote voteof voteof voteot
of ot 26 to 18 a twothirds vote vote beingiieeestry being beingnecoMMiry joiiJSl1ecC
necoMMiry l1ecC tlMry to suspend the rules rulesGuards rulesGuards rulesGuards
Guards Petition Pc ltion Received ReceivedThe ReceivedThe ReceivedTho
The house housereoehed received a petition from fromZebulon fromZebulon fromZebulon
Zebulon Jacobs the state penitentiary penitentiaryguard penitentiaryguard penitentiaryguard
guard who was severely severel injured in the theattempted thenttempted theattempted
attempted break of Oct 9 1903 asking askingthat askingthut askingthat
that he be awarded suitable Sl itable compensa compensation compensation compensaton ¬
tion for permanent disability Jacobs Jacobsdetailed Jacobsdetailed Jacobsdetailed
detailed his injuries which whichhc he says sayshave sayston sayshave
have ton e Incapacitated him for work The Thepetition Thepetiti Thepetition
petition petiti n was signed by Heber M 1 Wells WellsEllas WellsElms VeIlsElias
Elias A Smith and Fisher Harris and andabout andabout andabout
about fifty others oL 1 rs The petition was wasexaminations wasexaminations wasexaminations
examinations and inciuests conducted conductedby conducte1by
by city judges It amends lmcnds section 18 18chapter 18chapter 18chapter
chapter 126 6 session si > sion laws of 1983 by byproviding b bproviding byproviding
providing that city judges shall collect collectno
no fees from the county when sitting as ascommitting ascotnmlttll1g ascommitting
committing magistrates or in inquests inquestsSenate inquestsSenate inquestsSenate
Senate bill No 16 by Bennion au authorizing authorizing authorizlng ¬
thorizing county count recorders to take takeacknowledgments takeacknowledgment takeacknowledgments
acknowledgments and administer administeronths a4minlsterolths administeroaths
oaths and senate bill No No1 17 1 by Hol Hollingsworth HollIngswQrth Hollingsworth
lingsworth requiring the thesecretnry secretary of ofstate ofstate ofstate
state to give bond of 25000 were fa favorably a avurabl avorably ¬
vorably vurabl reported by the judiciary com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee and passed unanimously under undersuspension undersuspension undersuspensIon
suspension of the rules Senators Gard Gardner Gardner Gard11cr ¬
ner and Loose being absent absentSenate absentS absentSenate
Senate S < > nate concurrent resolution No No2 No2by 2 2by 2by
by Lewis culling for opinions from the theHttorney theattorney theattorney
attorney general eneral on thebounty the bounty fraqds fraqdswas fraqdsa8
was a8 given gh n its first reading and sentto senttothf sent to totho totht
thf judiciary committee by request requestthe of ofthe ofthe
the author authorA
A request of Senator Loose LQosethat that he be beexcused beexcused beexcused
excused for ten days dasvas was granted on onmotion onmotion onmotion
motion of Senator Barber Senator SenatorLoose SenatorL SenatorLoose
Loose L ose has gone to California on a busi business buslnCSs business ¬
ness trip tripThe trIpThe tripThe
The senate meets at 2 oclock today todayNEW toda todaNEW todayI4EW
NEW BILLS OF THE DAY DAYFollowing DAYFollowing DAYFoUowing
Following Is a Schedule of the Bills BillsIntroduced BillsIntroduced BillsIntroduced
Introduced IntroducedSenate IntroducedSenate
x xSenate
Senate bill No 23 I by b Walton VaItonAmond Amend ¬
ing sections 4 9 22 2 32 3 of chapter 64 4 sos session S08slon sosslon ¬
slon laws of ISM as said sections arc arcamended arcamended arcamended
amended by b chapter 35 15 session laws law of
1001 rolatlnr r latl to the state board of land landcommissioners landcbmmlssioners landcbmnitssioners
commissioners Committee on public
lands landsSenate laudsSenatc landsSenate
Senate bill No 24 = by WaltonAmending Walton ultonAmn Amending lng
sections SCO 801 and SIR revised statutes statutesrelating statutesreTatlhg statutesrelating
relating to the th < registering of voters Ju ¬
diciary committee committeeSenate commlttooSenate committeeSenate
Senate bill No 25 2 2L by Holllngsworth
Giving boards of county count commlsslopers commissionerspower commlssloperspower
power to provide penalties for violations violationsof Iolatlonsor
of county count ordinances Judiciary commit commltU commltSenate commilSnato committeC
U t teC
teCSenate
Senate bill No 2fi 1L r by Holllngsworth HolllugsworthAmending HolllngsworthAmc HolllngsworthAmending
Amending Amc > ndlnl section 2SK revised statutes statutesrelating statutesrelating statutesrelatIng
relating to the bringing of paupers etc etcInto etcInto etcInto
Into the state Committee o on county and andmunicipal andmunicipal andmiinklal
municipal corporations corporationsSenate corporationsSlnatc corporationsSenate
Senate bill No 27 rr 7 bi b HollInsrsWoftli HollInsrsWoftliAmending Uolllngsworthmendln HolhlngwOrtliAmending
Amending mendln section 3K6 sG revised relsedstatutes relsedstatutesrelating statutes statutesrelating statutesrelating
relating to classification of counties countiesCommittee CounUsCommittt countiesommlttee
Committee on county count and municipal cor corporations corponllions corporutions ¬
porations porationsOnto ponllionsQnlto 0 0qnate
Onto bill No 2S by b OlJingsworth jioUingswothAmending J OlJingsworthAmending h hAmending
Amending section s tlon 4S7 chapter chiU > tor 1 1 tItle 12 12rlvlld 12rOvised
revised statutes respecting res < ctlng county count bound boundary boundary boundary ¬
ary lines Judiciary committed committedSenate commltteoSenate committeeSeliute
Senate bill No 29 by b Holllngsworth HolllngsworthAmending HollingsworthAmending IlolhlngsworthAmendIng
Amending section 18 1 8 chapter 126 ses session session soseton ¬
sion laws of 1903 relating to fees of mu municipal municipal municlpal ¬
nicipal courts Judiciary committee committeeLegislative commItteeLegisla committeeIcglslative
Legislative Legisla ve Notes NotesThe NotesThespeclal NotesThospeclal
The Thespeclal special committee comml e to investigate Invcstlh tc ex expenditures oxuenditpres < x x1n ¬
penditures 1n ltpresot of the St Lois IJ 18 commission
has adjourned its sittings until next Mon Monday Monday Monday ¬
day when Senator Johnson and t > d L LShurtliff AV AVShurtllff WShurtliff
Shurtliff who ho have been rtqslsnated by bythe b bthe bythe
the commission to represent it before b tor the thecommittee thecommlttQO thecommittee
committee will ho present to po JoOcr over the theaccounts theaccoH1LS theaccounts
accounts with the members of the com committee commlttc Cohnrnitte ¬
mittee mitteeThe mlttcThe rnitteThe < <
The committee on minos and anc1mlnlnJ mining of
beth hotcaos am callitd anU c1 to mqet at the theCommercial theCommerclal theCommercIal
Commercial club at t S oclock this oven ovenlug oenRepublican evenlug
lug
Republican State Chairman William I
Spry Spr was a visitor during the session lon yes yesterday yesterday Cs Csterda
terday terda Among those who greeted ted him himwas himwas himwas
was Senator Bambprger Democratic Democraticstate IcmocraUcstate
state chairman None but expressions E < of ofamity oramity ofamity
amity passed passed between them themDECLARED themI themDECLARED
p eo I
DECLARED BANKRUPT BANKRUPTCleveland BANKRUPTClevJland BANKRUPTClevhand
Cleveland ClevJland Jan 25 25Mrs Mrs Cassie Lv J L ChadI Chad Chadwiok I Iwlok
wlok was today formally adjudged < a abankrupt 0bankrupt abaiikrUpt
bankrupt baiikrUpt in the United Stands Stat district districtcourt dllStrictc9utt districteouit
court c9utt by default As a TOJBUU Lot of the thesecure thecourt th thcourts
court tiction > todal Oda1ytl10 1110 f pcrLalhtor3 rc4ttoJtiliOVUt rc4ttoJtiliOVUtm hi1tt hi1ttmeet
m meet < ct a aild cleQt ittrtstutoeLakuird ittrtstutoeLakuirdIf JiR toFc 1t111C1bnf 1t111C1bnfof
of If her properly HiJttpj OJitl dnUltsh1Ill IIt ll 1i i4ctiJicl fui1d fui1dCha 1X
Cha Thadwick Jwick remains 1 In J Jail ll b being JngTnablc JngTnablcsccare tAnubIt tAnubItsceure
secure balL
referred to the committee on prisons prisonsand pris prisonsand
and penitentiaries penitentiariesCommittee penitentiariesCommttee 0 0Cornmtttee
Committee ReportsO Reports on Bills BillsHQUSC I IH IHQes
HQUSC H w bill No o 2 by Luther relating rel relating relatingto
to per diem d em and mileage of jurors was wasfavorably w wfavorably wasfavorably
favorably reported yesterday by the thecommittee theJiunlttee theethmlttee
committee on salaries and fees The Thehouse Thecommittee rhecommltt
committee rcp repdrtvadotHb r vascadopt d b htbh htbhhouse t
house Luthers L thers bill provides that every everyjuror 1
juror and witness summoned whether whetherhe whethlhe
he be called to the stand or not shall shallbe shallbe shallbe
be allowed the regular fee ot t 5L50 L50 a aday aa ad
day d a y and mileage at a the rate of 20 20cents 20cents 20Cents
cents a mile mileHcuse mileHcuse mileHcuse
Hcuse bill No 26 by byKlnney Kinney relating relatingto
to the form of summons in justices justicescourt justlcescourt justicescourt
court was unfavorably reported by bythe b bythe
the committee tin judiciary The report reportwas reportwas reportWas
was adopted Kinney author ef < the themeasure themeasure themeasure 1
measure explained the report rep rt by byxay byxayIng say saying saying ¬
ing that it provided proi ed for making the thetime thetime thetime
time allowed for answer an5 er of summons n ncounties ncounties
counties uniform with that in cities citiesnamely dUesnamely citiesnamely
11
namely six days The committee had haddecided haddecided haddecided
decided that it would be better to make makethe traketh nakethe
the th < time of answer in cities uniform uniformwith uniformwith
with that in counties namely ten days dayuHouse da daHouse daysHouse I
House bill No S by Joseph and andhouse undhouse andhouse
house bill No NoI9 19 by Wootton relating relatingto I
to burglary in the first and second de degree degree ¬ I
gree were unfavorably reported by the thecommittee thecommlttee thecommittee
committee on judiciary the report be being beIng ¬
ing accompanied by b an explanation explanationthat explanatlonthat
that the committee had drafted a new newbill newbll1 newbill
bill td be known as house bill No 70 70embodying 70embodying 0 0embodying
embodying the good points of both oth other OUIer other ¬
er measures measuresAction measuresAction measuresAction
Action on the committee report was wasdeferred wasdeferred wasdeferred
deferred until this afternoon although althoughthe
the substitute bill was filed filedA filedA fliedA
A special committee report was re received received ¬ I
ceived recommending recommend ins that extra copies copiesof I Iof
of the house rules be printed The re report report ¬
port was adopted and 300 additional additionalcopies additionalcopies additionalcopIes
copies will be published publishedCounterfeiting publishedCounterfeiting publishedCounterfeiting
Counterfeiting Bill Passed PassedHouse PasSedHouse PagedHouse
House bill No 44 by b KInney relating relatln relatlnto
to counterfeiting and forging was wasplaced waspJaced wasplaced
placed en n its third reading and final finalpassage finalpassage finalpassage
passage yesterday The bilj as draft drafted drafted drafted ¬
ed went through with slight amend amendments amendments amendmeats ¬
ments the most important of whichis whichisthe hlchisthe
the Insertion of timechecks in the list listof listot listof
of papers to forge which hich will be pun punishable punishabie ¬
ishable ish able by b the new law lawThis lawThis lawThis J
This bill has the th hearty approval of ofthe cfthe ofthe
the labor union element of the state statej stateas stateas
j as it makes drafting of a false certifi certificate certificate certlficate ¬
cate of good standing In any union or organization organization organization ¬
ganization a forgery In speaking for forthe forthe forthe
the passage of the bill yesterday Gro ro romar romar j
mar of Salt Lake stated that thaxit it would wouldiprovide wQuldprovide wouldprovide
provide an efficient emcientandl1c and needed d means meansof meansof meansof
of punishing men who came to this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city with false credentials and obtained obtainedaid obtaineaid
aid from local unions by means of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them themHouse themHoueebiIl 0 0House
House HoueebiIl bill No 45 alsp by b Kinney Klnneywas Kinne Kinnewas Kinneywas
was passed yesterday The measue measurerelates measuerelates measuerelates
relates to undertakings on appeal from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the justice court and simply is intended intendedto
to correct an error in the wording of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th < present statute the word appel appellant appelhint ¬
Ian t being substituted S for the term termplaintiff termplain termplaintiff
plaintiff plaintiffThe plain tiIT tiITThe 0 0The
The house decided yesterday yesterd to make makeconsideration makeConsideratloi1 makeconsidoratlol
consideration of house bill No 25 by byKlnney byKinney byKinney
Kinney the special Ipeclalorder order of business businessfor
for 3 i p pp1 m today toda The measure is one onewhich onewhich onewhichis
which whichis Is sbein being fathered by the Ameri American American Anerican ¬
can Bar association in jneler every state and andproposes andproposes andproposes
proposes to create a board of commis commissioners commissioners commissioners ¬
sioners to serve four years and to ac acWith aeUh acvlth
With Uh like commissioners from other otherstates otherstates otherstates
states In an effort to secure uniformity uniformitylegislation uniformitylegisllltlon uniformitylegislation
legislation throughout the country countryAffects countnAffects
0 Affects Clerks Fees FeesRoberts F es esRober1sofCache
0 Roberts Rober1sofCache of Cache introduced Intr intrddueebbill duoed aT bill In Inthe InI Inthe
I the house yesterday afternoon which whichmaterially whichI whIchniateriahly
materially affects the list of fees to tohJh torh1cli
I j vhlch hJh clerks of district dlf > rict courts are en entitled enitled enitled
titled itled under the present statute In Intwo
1 Itwo two two instances jnstanc s the th bill proposes pro > es fees fees1mn feesshall
i shall 1mn be higher than heretofore In two twoinstances twoiistanees
instances 11 8tane they shall be lower Addi Additional Addlticiutf ¬
tional fees r s are fr provided In three cases casesI easesIn
In four instances the bill provides no
fees cs for services crvi 3 for forcourt whlqh Whl < 1 district districtcourt d triCl triClour
court < our t clerks at present J > reseJlt collect fees feesThe feesThe ces cesThe
The bill provides prov d that district dlst court courtclerks courtclerks courtclerks
clerks shall receive recelvcr T Instead of of 5 for forservices forservlcesoln forseriIces
services servlcesoln In any action or proceeding
This fee e Is to be collected in advance advanceFor a advanceFor vance vanceFor
For filing lhing notice an undertaking on OJ1 ap appeal nppeal uppeal ¬
peal to the supreme court the fee is isThe isl6ed
l6ed C0111tbJ C0111tbJThe 0 0The
The fee for filing an a abstract ct of judg judgment Ju judgmerIt d ¬
merIt from the justice court urtincludlng urtincludlngoctteting inci including ding
docketing is made 1 instead of jfLSO jfLSOThe 1pO 1pOThe
The fee for services up to and including
the final settlement setpelA setti nent ent of oesl1Jtea estates thevvhlud thevvhludof tb thhluof hlua
of which Is between 5000 and 10000 10000is 10000i3
is fixed at 530 30 O instead of 35 35The 35Thc 35The I
The new fees which the bill b 11 allows allowsare aUoware allowsare
are 1 for filing a remittitur from the thesupreme I Isupreme Isupreme
supreme court and an recording judgment judgmentthereon judgmentthereon
thereon 1 If for1 01 issuing execution order ordero Orderor orderof I
o or sale and for copying the decree In Inreturn Inreturn inreturn
return 1 for issuing transcript of ofjudgment ofjudgment f
judgment judgmentThe jedgmentT 0 0The I
The T e fee of 10 10cCltsfor cents for each juror and andwitness andWIthess J
witness sworn is done away with The Thefee Thefee
fee of 1 for entering i1Jterr interlocutory out ry da Udcrees
crees of divorce 4J J alsb ils omitted The Theother ThCother Theother
other two fees o 0W1ttedby nltled by Roberts bill billare billare billare
are that of 2 forj fo foJling XHIng Ung papers pap ls and nndsul is issuing issulhg
suing sul 1g letters teistanientary t trtanientur or of admin administration admtnlatration ¬
istration guardian guardianur AJK ui special adminis administration administration admlnistratlon ¬
tration that of 2GO 26 r for r dismissal of ofappeal orappeal ofappeal
appeal from the justice Court icourtKinneys vourtKInneys 1
Kinneys bill for an tll zi jimcndment to tothe tothe
the statute relating lel UngtQ to motions and or orders orders ordora ¬ I
ders providesthat provi that in addition to cases casesunder casesunder casesunder
under which time may ma be extended ten d as asat asat asat
at present an tuC n intension xUmsI nof of time may ma be begranted beS1unted begranted
granted wheh the act to be b e done re relates relates relutes ¬
lates to the service servi servicefiling filing fiJi 1g or present presentment presen presentnient t tmerit ¬
merit of bills of ot exception exceptionAnother exc tion tionAnother 0 0Another
Another bilKoftered bmOffer by Kinney an anact anRct anactto
act actto to amend the etatjite at tj1te relating feJRth elatingto to the thepreparation thepreparation thepreparation
preparation settlement setUemehtand and signing of ofbills ofbills
bills provides that a a person desiring desir ng to tohave tohave tohave
have exceptions taken t ke at a trial settled settledin ettled ettledin
in a bill of exceptaonst exceptql1nay may n1a after serv service selviceoC service ¬
ice iceoC of notice of tli4 th eiHry o judgment oCjudgmentdrlCt judgmentdraft
draft such bill of oexceptions exceptions and serve serveit EerveIt aerveIt
it 0 0The
itThe The clauT3efteV clath 1tdhervIcre r service of notice noticeof noticeof j jof
of tIle entry of 4udgment ud ment reads at atpresent atpresent
present after receiving notice of ofentry ofentry ofentry
entry etc etcTo etcTo
To Encourage Enco tage Wide Tires Tii TiresDean s sDean j ji
i Dean has introduced a bill which If Ifmade Ifmade Ifmade
made law will exempt from poll tax taxall tuxaU taxafl
all persons using u lngvChicles yehtcles vehicles trucks or orwagons orwas orwagons
wagons was ns with tires tlreflnOt not n l less than three and andonehalf andol1halt andonehalf
onehalf Inches in width idth for the thepurpose thepurposeof purpose purposeof
of hauling heavy loads on public high highvays highways
I ways vaysI Wil ICuehlers lers bill bllifar for a form 0 of summons summonsror summonsfor 0
1 for publication provides that the defend defendant detendshall defendant ¬
ant shall have sixty six days from the th date dateo dateor
o or < first iiublieatlon to answer in in which whichto whichto
to defend any an action Where htro the sum summons summo summons ¬
mons mo ls Is personally served forty fort days Is Isallowed Isallowed isallowed
allowed allowedHqne allowedHone
Hone introduced a measure yesterday ycstordaywhich ycstordahleh yesterdaywhich
which hleh Is designed to give fve treasurers of ofcities ofcties ofctles
cities of the third class and Incorpor Incorporated Incorporated Incorporated ¬
ated towns the custody of all taxes hxC eel collected eellected < ¬
lected within siieh sUf > h cities and towns town The Thebill Thebill Thebill
bill is of especial Importance to ttah ltuhicounty tah
county in rhich there are many mun Incor Incorporated
porated towns townsrhesc townsThese
These towns at present have all tax taxmoneys taxmoneys
moneys c deposited with the t county r treas
urer at Provo J J cds Should lld lldt Hones Yo Yor measure measurebe rfleasureho eLJ
be b passed RSsed all allciUes cities and towns affected affectedwould ntrcctedwould affectedwould
would be enubjed enab to help out Home homebanks homeblhhiks
I banks sinks instead of sending their cash to be beplaced
placed in the banks of county seats seatsList seatsList
List of Bills Presented PresentedThe
The complete list of bills introduced Intro uced In inthe
the lower house yesterday Ytstt > rday arid their dls dlSposition dlslosltiofl
position is as follows followsHouse followSHouse followSHouse
House bill No C7 G RobertsAn Roberts Art act actTSSitfelaUnjy aCttt
tt to amend section 972 revlsedstatutes revlsedstatutesl
TSSitfelaUnjy ite ylz1Ung l Uns tbvth to ijt ttdfhie Qe qf < f t > clerics ler lerJt or the theUistritf thetJstd thetbitrfbt
Uistritf tJstd t cotirt Ojrl VtrfSf ad1t1i the tp Wutity dOutt clerk clerkSalaries clerkSo clerkinInr1es
Salaries So larles and fees feesjffHOTeexblIl feesiJ feesJejebill
jffHOTeexblIl iJ Jejebill bIllNCL No Noeti4Kinflos > at KlnneyVvr inn T An Au act to toi torm tomdnd
i amcTfiT rm mdnd section 229 XS23r cliaptef cl1at clIaptCf45 > t fl 46 ff title 73 73oC 73oi 73of
oC the > revised re > vlsed statutes 1SBS relating tomotions to tomotions toI
motions and orders rd9rsTullclur rd9rsTullclurHom Judiciary JudiciaryHouse Julclar Julclarhouse
I House bill N < 1i CT b b9Klnney rKlhney Klnne An act actt actamtnd
t > amend seetrbny2SOChapter cetr jl28G L2S cilajter 1uter 43 4 title titfeI
I 7 41 < J revised statute 1 es 3 relating to toI
I tStW StW t1 t1I
I 1 nreparatlon e t settlement r and signing of ofbills ofbills
bills b ls pf C exceptions exc < IUOnS time allowed Judi Judiciary fudl fudloar Judinary ¬
I nary ciaryHouse oar oarlI naryIIotse
House lI t bill N 1 Nta5et1 v ff QB < J By Judiciary TUtll TY com commltte coinmlttee
mltte Em Embedx lgtho0se ot sl bill No I S > iby b
0 0Below
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Below is isthe the statement st statrn t nt of f the 1e Salt Lake Seourj SeoU1Jti Seothrust J1 Jlrust Trust Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany formerly JffcGurrin Co Investment Bankers a ffs as shown at atthe attheclose attheclose
the theclose close of business January 3rd 1905 The growth growthof of o this old es established establfshed established ¬
tablished firm could not be pe better demonstrated than tha thairthrough Jt through roJ1gll this thisconservative thisconservaUve thisconservative
conservative conservaUve statement statementwhich which speaks for itself of ofthe the lspendid spendid di rec record record record ¬
ord this t iscompany company has as made e This firmnow fin firm now now located locatCdiIi in in its ii new newhome newhome newhome
home The Security Trust Building on North Main street et has hasgrown hasgrown hasgrown
grown until it now ranks as one of the leading financial institutions iIistitutionsofthe institutionsofthe institutionsofthe
ofthe city cit I I iJ J Jh
1 h
01 01STATEMENT <
t tTATEM
STATEMENT STATEMENTAt TATEM NT ViE ViEAt tr trAt
J JE JCaah
At the CloSo CiO Clo5of of OfBUlin Business SSJ JanuaQ qU rJri S ZRESOURCES Jflfe
> > v pfv pfvRESOURCES
RESOURCES RESOURCESCash E 0
Cash on hand hnl1dJnd and In National NaU nal Banks nkt Wi 1 2tiTlIH 2tiTlIHBonds 67 67bonds J
Bonds nndMflrtsagos and Mortgages I rtgasc on Rjf R 1 l tEtotutd t1 < ft ftnnic 1 BJ917 91 917 32 322naoo 3 3BilI5 12Bills
nnic Bills rAoalvnbie Receivable Receha le lljs i v itZ itZSecurity iVsSL 2naoo 2naooI6517 1111 00 00Stcurib
0 Security and Trust Building Purnturo Furnituroand < and Fixtures FixturesReal 464 m543 m543Renl I6517 33 33LIBILITIES J3Real
Real EsUite EsUiteStato < 0 1p 3 11 11Stu
0 State Stu to Warrants Stocks etc lte E 11GtJ 24500hn a aW aqSD99J
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00 00I 00LJABILtT1ES
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LIBILITIES LIBILITIESCapital I ILJIf E i i iCapital
0 j pu puCapital
Capital Stock Stookhaid IlaId > aid In InCurrent 171OIJ 171OIJC 1741000Cuxroi1t
Current C J1ronl Acceuiits AcceuiitsDebenture A c JUts u b bDebenturt jS 1J
Debenture D bcnturo Accounts AcoountsSTATE 0 tSt fit
Sinking FUl1tJS j t 236 Q
Unc I niompleted mJlcfod Joai1s i I i 21 jjS Sl Slir liiSutnius
Sutnius UndlvldodPruflt ir it t t 1 1UndlvldodPruflt r rS
p lz L9J L9JSPATE
STATE S ATE OF UTAHrCOUNTY UTAHC UTAh COUNTY UNTYoFS QP SAI5T nT XJVKB LAKESS LAI ESS SSt SStl
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3 0 Edward Homo Ca ClIliicir lilGrOftha ofoth oftle aboyo a o named oom cQmlaiu any do solemnly solemnlyswoar twlctnttlYswear aolotnhlyswear
swear thaiffi that U th f above abo blh e s1tit Sttitdmarit m rit Is Ii true tt O to the bOt of o my ni knbwl k kuon vltdsoaIJd vltdsoaIJdbell ledge dff < and andbelief andbelief
belief bell > t A V 1 1Subscribed7ar 0
0 ilipw EW4iRD1IOMj EW4iRD1IOMjSubscrlbdrd iRD HOME HOMESub
Subscribed7ar Sub ciJ 1 rdB < 5 Sworn orn to before mo the ISth day of January Januar 1105 1105GUSTAVE lti1GGUSTAVE 1105GUSTAVE
GUSTAVE H BACICMAN BACICMANNotary ni Iti > r rI
0 I 0 0 Notary otal3 1ubIIc 1J1 ilc ilctectic
0
0 0tic
tectic tic Lighted lrail1l lrail1lDAILYIr
0 DAILYIr DAILYIrbetween
0 between Salt a1t Lake City and andthe
0 the theEast East EastlIa
0 0THE
lIa Ulith Ulithcltlnglof THE
0 cltlnglof cliige of 11YERLIND 11YERLINDCarS 0 0 0cars
CarS cars RQUTEj RQUTEjALL ROUTE ROUTEALLTHEWAY
ALL ALLTHEWAY HE WAV WAVCoup I Ico0finzcnt
Coup co0finzcnt lll11Cnt beVatl n Z Cars EledricLiglrtc EledricLiglrtcJ 0 0iEr1i
J iEr1i l Smok2Nff JtzkifftantL iuZd Lthrar rary Cars Elcctrlc Liifntci LiifntciFullman LJUcdPullman
Pullman Palace Sleepg Skcj zg Cars ElectrrlcLzglzted ElectrrlcLzglztedS ElcdrricLzgldcdJSutckJPith
S SutckJPith Xtl Ili1UC Cars Elcctr Elcc1riLzj1iled LteJ td tdie 0
0 Te ie sureyour Sure your Ticket Ticket r reads ads ov over r th thUNION the
0 0 UNION UNIONPACIFIC PACIFIC PACIFICFuU 0
0 FuU information tarnisbed pn eppftcatip Ppt1C4t oa oaCity to toCity
City Ticket Office
0 201 Main Street StreetI 1 1i
I i H H
0 0 0 0 0Joseph o
Joseph and house bill Xo 19 19J fljy > y AVoqtr 1Voo oQt J
tonyrelating tS t burglaries b rsJ d S In tHs t1i tbefizt first ana anasecond an antlcond andsecond j
second decrees de rccs and defining aetinln the same
House bill No 71Dean An act to toamend J
amend title 53 revised rels < d statutes statut 1B3S 1538Jjdlngnnc by I
Tjtidmsr Jjdlngnnc ancw section scct Ion to be known knC11ns as assee ec c
Uon UTola l la relating re atng to exemption from frompoll frompOll Itempoll
poll tax Judiciary 0 t
House bill No 72 iKucbler Kuchler An act actof attto acttea
to lroide the f form ann of summons mmans in cal5 case
of r service s orilc by publication Judiciary Judl < a
House bill No 73 73HoneL Hone An act to tomend tond tomiTend I
mend nd 5 sections < > tlons 26SS 6S8 26S z SS3 > 26SO 2 31 l1 1 and I I2GU3
2GU3 session laws of ttah 1D03 190 relating r utlng
U to > assessing and collecting taxes in cities citiesof cillesor citiesof
of the first second and third ciaases and
Incorporated towns Judiciary JudiciaryALUM Judl iar iarG iarALUM 0 0ALUM
G
ALUM BILL REPEALED REPEALEDBY
BY MISSOURI SENATE SENATEJofferson SENATEJeCrerson SENATEJefferson
Jefferson City Mo Jan 25 2i 2me > The sen senate senate ¬
ate a c today passed pa ed a bill repealing tho law lawprohibiting lawurohibltlru lawprohibitlan
prohibiting the use of alum in baking bakln baklnIPfwders
powders This Is the old alum lum bill which whichas >
Was as held up In the senate enatewo two years ago agoand
and out of which grew the Indictments Indictmentsor f
or state senators charged with having
been b n bribed by Daniel J 1 Kelly a agent = rent of a
baking powder powdereompan powdereompanSenator company I
Senator Farris wno Is under indictment indictmenton I
on a charge of bribery In connection wj with
this legislation leslala Uon opposed the bill blhiin in a v0 I Iorous j
orous speech sl ech saying he believed in pure
fopd Dd legislation He said he fought this thts1QglslaUon I
legislation so he hard at the lust session tnat J
his liberty IIbert had been jeopardized jeopardizedRAN 1
4
0 0RAN
RAN A AWAY WITH A CAR CARPour CARFu I IF9
Pour F9 Fu Men in a Scrape as Result of ofa
0 a Side SidePeter RidePeter RidPeter
Peter Nolan Ed Nolan Pat AIcOul
lough and Joe Jo < Smith the four men ar arrested arrested urrpsted ¬
rested at Bingham Junction Monday Mondaye Monda Mondathght
thght e u 011 the tir viiiiiv charge vi or oitriiiuiK stennll stealing a hand handcar I1UIIU 1 I Icj
cj c car r belonging to the Rio Grunde Westernrai1wy Western Westernrailwiiy estern
railwiiy rnilw y at Bingham canyon cnn oh and sub subsequently subgeQucnl1 subsequently ¬ I
sequently dumping it Into the Jordan JordanrIver JordlllrivQI I Irivur
rIver after riding on It to and through throughjuitvui throu h i
Bingham JunctIon juitvui > ii wilt wii be utr arral arraigned < u liiljjlivu ned Jl In
that town today toda before Justice J 1 J 1
Williams WilliamsOwing 1VllliamsOwing VilllamsOwn
Owing Own to t the rulings ot the higher
j court County count Attorney Christensen Cbrlste CbrlsteItPilYS has has5t hasct
=
5t ItPilYS p ys to be be9arUcular particular in inTeas inTeas I ITeas
Teas Utah people are par particular ¬ I Iticular Iticular
ticular They always drinkTree drink drinkTree drinkTree
Tree Tea TeaE I IT
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dAfAIfTA dAfAIfTAIMPORTED i
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SA FRANCISCO FRANCISCOHALF
A ± HALF POUND POUNDG
A AllotelKnutsford Aw AfoteIKnutsford
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G S HOLMES Proprietor ProprietorNew
New and elejrant In all nh its appoint appointments appointrnents appointmeats ¬
meats 250 rooms single sln le and en suite 25
rooms with bath American and
European plan planLong plant planPa1USTIIIIvE
t MIJST Pa1USTIIIIvE Pa1USTIIIIvEMONEY HA liE i
MONEY MONElLong
Long dry spell compels us to make makeViiVSV makethes makethese
ViiVSV these great 11tll J Jon one5aying prices prJceson
on footwear footwearliens footweark
i liens tiX nov novilens k 600 shoes shoesnov 3 85 85ri 3521ens
ilens 0 now nowLadles ri flOWLadies WOO StoOshocs shoes shoesnow S8i S8iI 2 85
Ladles L now nowLadies s 5400 shoes shoesnow < i iLadies 245 245s 2 5
I + Ladies s 300 shoes 225 225Ladies250 tO T TM
M > now 5w 5wLadles
0 Ladles Ladies250 now now5 250 shoes 9MO S1 CJf 85 85s OK OKnow
4 Ladles now nowAll nowAll V s J200 iroh > shoo shoonow SI 7 45 i e enow
All felt f t an angreatly and d < leather th slippers at atI atgreatly
I greatly reduced prices Never be before before before ¬
fore such bargains bargainsSEE banainst bargainsSEE
t SEE OUR WINDOW WINDOWVincentNott WINDOWVinGentNott
4 4VincentNott VincentNott VincentNottI VincentNottShoe i iIi
Ii I Shoe Co Co11O CoLioMaInst i
I 11O LioMaInst LioMaInstI LioMaInstI Main St StCUBED StCUrs
+ e
I CUrs CUrsDRINK
I DRINK DRINKCURED
0
CURED TO STAY CURED BY BYWhite BYWhite BYWhite
White Ribbon Remedy RemedyNo
No taste ste ITo o odor Any woman can cangive cangiv cangive
give it in glass of water tea coffee coffeeor
or food without patients knowledge knowledgeWhite knowledgeVhltc knowledgeWhite
White Ribbon Remedy Rlrned will cure < ure or de destroy destroy doistroy ¬
stroy tht th diseased appetite lot all alco ¬
holic < drihkts whether the patient Is a aconfirmed aLOIJtirmed aconfirmed
confirmed Inebriate a tippler social socialdrinker socialrlnkeT socialdrinker
drinker or drunkard Indorsed by Mem Members Members Momhers ¬
bers of V T C T IT Impossible for forany foran fokany
any an one to have an appetite for alcoholic alcoholicliquors alCoholicliquors alcoholicliquors
liquors after using u5ln White Ribbon Itemedy
It has h1 made many thousands of perma permanent permanent permaneat ¬
nent cures nid In addition restores the thevictim thecUm thevictim
victim cUm to normal health steadying st adylng the thenerves thenervlS thenerves
nerves Increasing Incre slng the will il power and de determination determination determination ¬
termination to resist temptation Sold by b bdruslsts
druggists everywhere and by mall Price Pricel
100 100Sold l 100Sold
Sold l anJ an recommended rrcommerded by b special agent agentIn aJentIn agentin
In Salt Lake Utah Druehl Franken Frankencorner FranJtoncorner Frankencorner
corner Main and Third South streets
4ccLsT ficdJ d clYi iatJhejMnnQt ajingannemako = ttb nnQt mako a 1 charge chargeof eitgo eitgoor I + O Oci
of larceny or romJery r hiLicr stick i k against a autnst Inst fff fffaccused tile tileamused H Haccused f
accused and so o they he will be asked to toplead tonI toosd
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