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THE SALT LAKE E HERALD FRIDAY FEB 17 1905 19O Pi
JUDICIAL BILL BILLISiAlDTCHREST
1 ISiAlDTCHREST ISiAlDTCHRESTSenate IS lAID iAiDsenatc TO 1RE T1 T1tI
tI tISenate
Senate Votes Against Changing the theTime theTime theTime
Time of Election ElectionSTRONG ElectionSTRO ElectionSTRONG
STRONG STRO lG BANK BILL LOBBY LOBBYVIGOROUS LOBBYVIGOROUS LOBBYVIGOROUS
VIGOROUS EFFORT BEING MADE MADETO MADEio
TO 0 KILL MEASURE MEASUREA
A 4 majorityof majority ot the senate again agalnvoted agalnvotedto voted votedto
to continue fVe te practice practiceof ol holding Ju Judicial judJlal judielaI ¬
dicial elections at the same same time as asgen asgeneral gen general genral ¬
eral ral elections t > Boilingsworths HA > joint jointresolution jointresolution jointresolution
resolution No 3 providing for the sub submission submission subInissloti ¬
mission to the voters otersot of a constitutional constitutionalamendment constitutionalamendment contitutIonaiamendment
amendment to permit th < holding hoIdin of ofJudicial orJudicIal ofjudicial
Judicial elections at other times came cameup camcup cameIll
up yesterday for reconsideration reconsiderationHollmgsworth reconsiderationHollingsworth reconsiderationHollthgsworth
Hollmgsworth put up a brief talk In Insupport InFupport InPupport
support of it and was seconded by byLawrence b bI byLawrence
Lawrence I awrence Lawrence said that with all alldeference alldfference alldeference
deference to the wisdom of the consti constitutional constitutional constitutiona ¬
tutional convention he believed it went wenttcu wenttOI wenttO
tcu > far when it fixed a a definite time for forthe fortile or orthe
the holding of judicial elections The Thedisadvantages Thedisadvantages Thedisadvantages
disadvantages of the practice he con continued continued continued ¬
tinued had been shown in the past pastIt pastHIt pas pasIt
HIt It has ha been brought home to t Weber Webercounty Webercounty Webercounty
county espeeialy of late he h said uIt uIt60lUpthne It Itsometimes ItEOfll4ltilflCS
sometimes happens now that candidates candidatesfor
for Judicial offices on onticke tickets headed by bya b ba
a popular candidate for president or orgovernor orgocn10r orgovernor
governor and who ought ou ht not to be beducted beckcted
ducted 1 > ded are placed in office when under underother underother underother
other circumstances they would not notDP notbl notbr
DP he sold soidRasband soldHasbRnd seidItasbRnd
Rasband led the fight fi ht on the rColu resolution rColution rcolution ¬
tion Heurged as one reasonSthat rotls htil t he hedid hedid hedid
did not believe onefifth ot r the people peopleof
of the state woulQunderstand what the theproposition theproposition thepropodt1oa
proposition meant if it were submitted submittedto
to them themIn themIn themIii
In reply to this Lawrence contended contendedit
it was time the people were educated educatedand educatedand eucatodand
and expressed a belief that the intelli intelligence Inte11igfncc inteuigence ¬
gence of the voters of the state could couldbe couldbe couldbe
be relied upon uponOpposition uponOpposition uponOpposition
Opposition to Measure MeasureLarson MeasureLarsen Measurea
a
Larsen opposed tinkering with the theconstitution U1Constltution theOn8titutIn
constitution generally Things are gO gOIng g gOlug
Ing along all right now no he said about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the only complaint beingthat being that there are arenow areno areflow
now no too many man elections and as this thiswould thiswould thisvould
would likely result in more elections electionshe
he opposed the measure measureWalton measure measureWalton measureWalton
Walton said he did not belfeve there therewas therewas thereL
L was any an demand for a change changeJohnson ehangeJohnson changM
M Johnson frankly stated his preference preferencefor prererenror preferencer
r for having judicial elections take place placeat
at the same time as general elections electionsThe electionsThe electionsThe
The rollcall roIl a11 developed that Barber BarberBennlon BarberBennion BarberBennlori
Bennlon Holllngsworth Lawrence LawrenceMcKay LawrenceMcKay LawrenceMcKay
McKay Park and Love favored the themeasure thpmeasure themeasure
measure The others present voted votedagainst votedngalnst votedagainst
against It Bamberger and Lewis were wereabsent wereabsent wereabsent
absent This vote ote definitely settled the thetate theate tileate
ate of the measure for the present ses session sesslon
sion sionA
A communication from the house houseasked houseasked houseasked
asked permission for that body to ad adJnurn adourn adaurn
Jnurn ourn until Monday Under the rules rulesneither rulesneither rulesneither
neither house can adjourn for a oeriod oeriodgreater Qerlodgreater uerlodgreater
greater than three days without con con5ent consent
sent of the other body Hollingsworth HolUngsworthmwed Hollingsworthmoved Holiingsworthnoved
moved that the desired permission be begiven begiven begiven
given but that the senate adhere to its itsaction itsaction itsaction
action of the day before and not jolnIn joinInthe jolnInthe jolnInthe
the trip to the state mental hospital hospitalLawrence hosplt l spltal spltalLawrence I ILawrence
Lawrence offered to amend the mo motion moUon motion ¬
tion to allow the house to adjounvfor adjounvforas adj adjrn irnt < or or1t r r1t
as 1t long a period as s it desired desiredHollingsworth desiredHolUngsworth desiredHollingsworth
Hollingsworth laughingly declined to toaioept toacept toneept
aioept the amendmentand hismotlon hismotlonthen hismbtlonthtn his mbtion mbtionthen
then prevailed unanimously unanimouslyRepresentative unanimouslyRepresentative unanimouslyRepresentative
Representative Wilsons house joint jointresolution jointrl901utl jointres1ution
resolution rl901utl n No 4 providing for a formal formalobservance formalobslrance formalk
k observance in joint session of Washing Washlngtons Washingtens VashJngtons
tons birthday including remarks on onthe onthe onF
F the lives of our martyred presidents presidentsreached presidentsreached presidentsreached
reached the senate and was referred to tothe tothe tothe
the committee on federal relations relationswith relationswith relationswith
with instructions to appoint speakers speakersto
to t represent Ijhe tlteEen8 tlteEen8The therenaZThe senarsv senarsvThe
The committee met after adjournment adjournmentand tdjoUrflm djol1rnmcmtand lflt lfltand
and named Senators Lawrence and andWalton andalton andWalton
Walton alton as the senatorial orators oratorsHouse oratorsHouse oratorsHouse
House bill No 7 71 by b the judiciary judiciarycommittee judiciarycommittee judiciarycommittee
committee designed to prevent the es escape 00ape esape ¬
ape on technical points of persons personsguilty personsglJiIt personsguilty
guilty of burglary or housebreaking housebreaklngwas housebreakingpassed
was passed p88 ed by unanimous vote Bam Bamberger Bamberger Barnberger
berger Callister and Lewis being ab absent abE absent ¬
sent E pnt when the roll was called The bill billwas billwas billwas
was s sent nt down to the house where here it itwas Itas itWas
was as passed as amended amendedHolllnssworths amendedHom amendedIIo1iInsworth
Holllnssworths Hom 8orth8 bill No 73 providing providinga
a new n form for summons by b publica publication pubHcat publicatoT ¬
toT t ion was killed by the adoption of an analvertei anah analvee
alvertei ah > committee report reportThe reportThe reportThe
The committee on public Institutions Institutionsre Institutionsrqorted institutionsriported
re ported a substitute for senate bill No Nor
r t s by b Olegg legg relating to the state men mental mental mental ¬
tal hospital board The Tl e substitute bill billtakes billtakEs billtakes
takes the board out of the hands of ofstate offtate ofstate
state officials eliminates the salary salaryclause salarydauc salaryclause
clause and conforms in other particu particulars particuJari particulars ¬
lars to the form approved for measures measuresrelating measuresrelating measuresrelating
relating to State tate boards boardsBank boardsBank boardsBank
Bank Bill Is Referred ReferredTh
Th The private bank inspection bill billhouse bm110UIIe billhouse
house bill No o 3 c4me cme over from tto tho thoInuse thoIu the1tise
Inuse Iu Rnd nd was wa referred to the commlt commlttt
tt th t on fl banks and banking which is pre prepi preFif proe1ed
pi Fif e1ed > d over by Senator Park > in inth2 the ab abFnie abFllCe abF
Fnie F 1e of Chairman Chairnianindustrious Lewie LewieAn L < > wI8
An 11 Industrious l ustrlous lobby has been work workiisr worklir ork orkIt
iisr It against the bill in the senate It is isarately Isfid issLid
fid committees or to ch have = beent been
s < t aside to work ork 011 each senator sop flepnately sopniately
arately In an an effort to kill the measure measureThe measurefl meamreTIe
The fl o bill has 18S some strong friends in the thetiHte the1Iate theflate
tiHte however and will be closely closelywatched closelyw closelytChil
watched w < lhhd While the opposition will willprobably willllfbably willjtbbly
probably prove strong enough to make makethe maktthE makethe
the tight a lively one several senators senatorsprivately SQlQtGrsTrivately senatrsprivately
privately express a belief that the sen senate senatp seaat ¬
ate at will pass the measure measureAtlon mensurtdion measuret1Ofl
Atlon dion may not be taken on the bill billTmtil billuntil billintl1
until after the th return of Senator Lewis LewisSenator Lewlnator LewisSeiator
Senator nator Lewis introduced a similar similarmeasure similarmf simiiacmeasure
measure mf > asure at the session se98 on of o the legisla legislaEEADS I legislaBEADS isla islaREADS
READS TJSEBOOK TJSEBOOKThe TgE BOOK BOOKThe
The Road to Wellville Wellvi le Pointed the theWay theWay theWay
Way WayDown WayDon WayDown
Down at i Hot Spring Sprhit Ark the visit vteltrrshtivo vialtfn visitIs
rrshtivo fn Is bt ae C all sorts Cltt of r complaints 1Jutn 1Jutnis Hut It Itis
is a mbjoct of remark that the great greatmajoritr sreatmajority reat reatiuajolity
majority at them have some troub1Uk trouble troublev troubleith
v ith stoinnoh and bowels This may be bel beTirt1i
l 11 Tirt1i > irt1j attributed to the heavy medi medicins medlil1t mcdltiIlfS
cins cinsNaturally tiIlfSNi4uraliy il1t
il1tN Naturally N unY under the conditions the thequestion thelW tuejie5tOfl
question lW t on of food IB very vel prominent prominentA
A young man states that ho had suf suffered suff antfeied ¬
fered f > J > 1 for nine years from stomach nnd nndTiowel nndhoel andhowei
Tiowel trouble had two operations operationsivhi operationsvhih
ivhi hkh h did drlnbt not cure add was at last lastthreatetiea lastthTe1tt lastth1eteIed
threatetiea thTe1tt d with > lth appendicitis appendicitisHe ap ndi IUg IUgHe
He went cut to Hot Springs for rheu rheumatism rhc1nJatl rhenP1l1iIfl ¬
matism nJatl m and his stomach troublo got gotvorae gotIII
vorae v III 8C t One day at breakfast brenkC t the wait waiter wnltknowln ¬
er knowing knowln his condition suggested he hetr hetT hetry
tr try > GrapeNuts and cream which lie liedill 11elill liedid
dill did and found the food Igreed with withliim withii
liim 11 i m perfectly perfectlyAfter lfeeUAfter lwrfCtlYAfter
After the second day he beganto begantoj began to toItPlt toltPI
j = Uep peacefully at night different than thanTv thanlilt
Tv lilt 9 < had for yaars yQ yi ars rl The perfect digestion digestionof
of the t he food QUieted his nervous system systemul
< ul 1 made sleep possible possibleHe
He says The next morning mornln I was wasnstouished wastonishcd wasiStOIIShOd
nstouished to find my condition of ofuiialipation orufI4Uplltion ofutistijatiozt
< uiialipation had disappeared dlNpp red 1 could couldnot coutatlotbcIlvolt couldtiotbellevoit
not tlotbcIlvolt believe it true tru after suffering suffetingfdjo suffetingfdjoImilly fdr po poin 0 0many
many years r5 Uen I took inore more interest interestIn
in the fBd rn readthe re ieed d t the o little 1ttl book The TheJRad Thenad TheIt
JRad It ad to Wteflvlile f1tUe and started stllrtedvllo stllrtedvlloIlia fpllotv fpllotvIiis fQiIotvIng
Iiis Ilia tho simple directions directionsI
I IIUVQ huv mot with such uch results that In Inthe Inthp Inthe
the last live weeks I have gained eight eightpounds eightpounds eightpounds
pounds in tfpite plto of hot baths which whichtiko WhIchftk whichtike
tike ftk < t away awa the th flesh from anyone anyoneA
A friend of mine has been entirely entirelyured entirelyured entirelytur
tur ured of a bad cagp enl of indigestion and andtomach andtomacn andtrnnach
tomach trouble by using GrapeNuts GrapeNutsFood Grape GrnpeNutgFood Nuts NutsFood
Food andcreamalone and cteamalono t tb br r breakfast breakfastThere breakfastThere breakfastThere
There is one ne thing in particular particulltrIhave artfcularIha I Ihave
have ha VP noticed a great change in my mymental mymental mymental
mental condition Formerly Forn1 rly I could couldhardly couldhardly couldhardly
hardly remember anything and now nowthe nowtho nowthe
the mind seems unusually acute acut and retenUvJ re retentive retentlve ¬
tentive Jt X r cat memorize practically practicallyrnything practicallynythlng practicallynything
rnything > I 1 desire Name jjjyen Iyen by byPostum byP byPstum
Postum P stu Co Battle Creek Mich lIoh
ture ttire two years ye rSago agxC ago and dlt it Is Is l expected expectedtherefore expectedtherefore xpehted xpehtedth
therefore th rotore that he will make a vigorous vigorousfightin vigorousfIghtln vigorousfight
fightin fight in behalf ofthe of the present pr ent measure measurewhen measurewhen masurewhen
when it comes up fojvcQnslderatIon fojvcQnslderatIonFavorable XQreon5ideratlonFavorable QrCQnsideraflonFavorable
Favorable committee reports were wereadopted wereadopted wereadopted
adopted on house bill No 78 by b Haw Hawley Hawley Rawle
ley le j relating to docketing judgments judgmentshouse JUdimentshouse ludgmentshouse
house bill No 42 by Wootton relating relatingto
to powers of city councils etc senate senatebill senateb1ll senatebill
bill No 24 by Wilson relating to the theregistration thereglstratlonol theregistration
registration of voters and senate bill billNo bUlNo6 billNo
No No6 67 by Gardner GardnerAH GardneJAll GardnerAll
All the bills were amended in com committee committee cornmittee ¬
mittee Waltons registration bill was wasamended wasamended wasamended
amended by providing for two addi additional addltjonal additional ¬
tional registration days in August Augustmaking Augustmaking Augustmaking
making a total of eight registration registrationdays regmtratlondays registrationdays
days in presidential years ears and by bystriking bystriking bydtrlking
striking out the clause permitting the theregistry theregistry theregistry
registry agent to enter names on any anydates anjdates an andates
dates between beh een registration datts dat p when whenhe whenhe uhenhe
he chances to be In his office officeHouse officeHouse ofilceHouse
House bill No 42 the lengthy meas measure measure uieasure ¬
ure covering the government of cities citiesand citltsand cIt1sand
and towns was made a special order orderfor orderfor orderfor
for 3 oclock Tuesday TuesdayHouse TuesdaHouse TuesdayHouse
House joint memorial No = 0 6 by b Rob Roberts Roberts Roberts ¬
erts endorsing the Brownlow bill billcame bUIcame billcame
came back with the additional amend amendment amendment amendmont ¬
ment by the house and the senate con concurred Cotlcurred concurred ¬
curred curredGovernor curredOveruor
Governor Overuor Cutler advised the senate senatethat senatethat senatethat I
that he had signed senate bills Nos 16 16and 16and 15and
and 30 30Upon 30Upon 10 10Upon
Upon the telegraphic request of Sen Scnator Senator Senator
ator Lewis L wls his leave of absence was wasextended wasextended wasextended
extended until the latter par put pnirtot of next nextweek ncctek nextweek
week ek
Senate Will Meet Today TodayWhen Todayl1en TodayWhen
When l1en the time for adjournment drew drewnigh drewnigh drewnigh
nigh Senator Barber moved that when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the senate adjourn It adjourn to Mon Monday Menday Ion Ionday ¬
day Lawrence reminded the senate senatethat senatethat senatethat
that the consent of the house wouldbe wouldbenecessary would wouldbenecessary be benecessary
necessary necessaryLets necessaryLets necessaryLets
Lets not ask the house for any anything an anthing anything ¬
thing hurriedly cried Senator John Johnson JOhlsOJ ¬
son sonJ 1 withdraw my m motion motii said Sena Senator Senator Senator ¬
tor Barber with equal uf11 IlI sS speed speedThe lrecdThe eed eedThe
The question as to whether wheth r there therewould therewould therewould
would be a II quqrum with a cchnmittae cchnmittaeoff co01nflleeoff
off for Cedar City was then brought broughtUp
Up On suggestion of Senator McKay McKaya Md a aa
> a roll call un was taken Barber Bert Bertnion BeJnion Boilnion
nion Clegg Gardner Hollingsworth HollingsworthJohnson HoUingwortJohnson I1ollingswortzJohnson
Johnson Larsen Lawrence McKay McKayPark MeKayPark rhKayPark
Park Walton and Love declared that thatwind thatwind I Iwind
wind and weather permitting they theywxjuld theywauld theywould
would be on onhand hand to discharge discliargetheir discliargetheirolernn their theirsolemn theirolemn
solemn duties as august lawmakers lawmakersRasband lawmakersRasbanc1 lawmakersRasband
Rasband avefred aV lrcd that if his presence presencewere presencewer presencewere
were were neccssagy nc es5anV to ton quorum a QUOT m he would wouldbe woihIbe opld opldQe
be there also als aisoaid arfd a d w1ltthia dssuriftitie dssuriftitiethe asstiineathe SSUhincethe
the senate adjourned d until 2 oclock t to toaay today °
day
New Bills Pu Putin PutinSenator PutinSenator in inSenator
Senator Walton put in a bill making makingit
it unlawful for school s hOo1 trustees tust to have haveany haven haveany I
any n pecuniary interest in contracts for forschool fpr fpr8thool 1rschool
school houses The present statutes do donot dOnot donot
not contain this prohibition and andtru andtrutees trus trustees trustees ¬
tees in various parts of the stateare statearesaid state statearesaid are aresaid
said to t have made a fat thing thIn out of ofcontracts orcontractS ofcofltraetk
contracts let to themselves themselvesAnother themsehesAnother themselvesAnother
Another bill by b Walton provides providesthat proldESthat providEsthat
that constables shall receive 2 per day daywhen darwhen daywhen
when in attendance on justice courts courtsby courtSb courtsby
by b order of court courtSenate courtSenate courtSenate
j
Senate bill No SI by Walton WaltonAmending WaltonAmending ValtonAmending
Amending section 981 revised statutes statutesrelating statutesrelating statutesrelating
relating to fees ees of constables County Countyand C Countyand unt untand
and municipal corporations corporationsSenate corporationsSenate corporationsSenate
Senate bill No 82 by b Walton WaltonAmending WaltonAmendIng WaltonAmending
Amending section 1890 revised statutes statutesas
j
as amended by chapter 65 laws of 1903 1903relating 1903relatIng 1903relating
relating to contracts for the erection erectionof
of school houses Education EducationSenate EducationI EducationSenate
Senate bill No o 83 by committee on onpublic onpubJIc onpublic
public institutions institutfonsSubstitute Substitute for forsenate forenate forenate
I enate bill No 58 by Clegg CleggAmend CleggAmending Amend AmendIng
Ing chapter 115 laws of 1903 relating to tothe tothe tothe
the state mental hospital board boardSenate boardSenate t tSenate
Senate bill No 84 by Park ParkAmend ParkAmendIng Amend Amending ¬
ing section 1299 1 99 revised statutes statutesre statutesrelating re relating reliLting ¬
lating to exemptions from jury ser service service service
vice viceSenate viceSenatc viceSenate
Senate bill No 85 S 8by by Bennion BennionAp BennionApproprIating BennionAppropriating Ap Appropriating ¬
propriating 2000 2000 to place pavement pavementon pavemenn
on n streets abutting on n state property propertyon
on Capitol hill Appropriations Appropriatl t1s and andclaims andlaims anddlaims
claims claimsI
I Legislative Notes NotesresTderita NotesTh NotesThe
Th The < < house r rec1vda Y d rl p petiflon Ji10L1 r rresrdenb rorn rornrenffilenta
resTderita of TJehl bt yesterday3sTciri yesterday esteIda Mng the tlieappropriation theappropriation theappropriation
appropriation of various varloussums sums sumSfor for the theconstruction theconctructlon theconstruction
construction and maintenance of roads roadsIn roadsin roadsIn
In Utah county The petition was re referred re referred referred ¬
ferred to o the committee on ways and andmeans an anmeans anti antimeans
means meansHouse meansHouse meansHouse
House bill No 138 by the committee committeeon
on agriculture a rlcu1ture and horticulture pro providing provIding providing ¬
viding for a central UtAh Ut h experiment experimentstation experim experimbutstation nt ntstation
station should have come up for or final finalpassage l1la1passage 1lialpassage
passage yesterday but on on motion of ofWilson ofW ofWilson
Wilson W SOl1 was made special order for lorp 3 3p 3p
p m Tuesday Feb 21 21Rats 21Rats 21Rats
Rats was the brief comment made madeby madeby madeby
by Wilson when Miller introduced his hisInitiative hislnltiatiye hisInItiative
Initiative and referendum bill H B BNo BNo BNo
No 169 yesterday It was brief but butseemingly butseemingJy butseemingly
seemingly effective us 5 there was no noreply norepl noreply
reply repl Wilson qualified Rats after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the session when he said that while whilenot whilenot whilenot
not opposed to the principle of initi initiative initlaUye initiative ¬
ative and referendum he did not be believe belIee behove ¬
hove that the people would show a adisposition adl adisposition
disposition dl posiUon to ponder over legislation legislationIt
It they the really real pondered conscientiously conscientiouslyit cOnsclentiouslif
it must be admitted that they would wouldhave woul woulhne woultihave
have a large job on theirhands to wade wadethrough wadethrough wadethrough
through some of the wouldbe law that thathas thathas thathas
has thus far been dished up upSenatorelect upSenatorelect upSenatorelect
Senatorelect Sutherland yesterday yesterdayinformed yesterdayInformed yesterdayInformed
informed the attaches of the legisla legislature legislature legislature ¬
ture that their names had been left leftoff lettof leftoff
off of the invitation list for his reception receptionthrough receptionthrough receptionthrough
through an oversight and that invi invitations InilatIons invitatlone ¬
tations would ould at once be sent to them themIn themIn themIn
In view oC this action It Is now be believed believed believed ¬
lieved the third house will recon reconsider reconsider reconaider ¬
sider its determination to declare va vacant yacant vacant ¬
cant Mr Ir Sutherlands seat in the sen senate senate senate ¬
ate ateOwing Owing to the fact that the house houseor
or at least those tho e members who did didnot didnot didnot
not go to Cedar Ce ar City CIt last night to tovlsil towlt tovisit
visit wlt the branch normal will jj go to toProvo toProvo toProvo
Provo today toda Wilson moved yesterday yesterdayafternoon yesterdayaternon esterdayarternoon
afternoon that the consent of the up upper ¬
per per branch be asked to adjourn until untilMonday untUlIonda untilMonday
Monday lIonda The motion mo i6n carried and the theconsent thecons theconsent
consent cons nt of the senate was given givenI givenTHE
I THE INQUIRY WILL GO ON ONWork ONI ONWork
I Work of Lobbyists in Colorado legis legislature Legislature LegisIatthe ¬
lature l N Nbt dt t Yet TJncov UIicovered TJncovered 1Jncovered
ered eredDenver eredDener eredDenver
Denver Feb eb 16 16The The Colorado house houseOf houseO houseof
Of O representatives reprt entathe decided today toda to toing tof togrant
f grant all opportunity for 8 Cull hear hearIng hearlog
ing on any charges of wrongdoing wrongdoingran wrongdoingmade
ran made nqo do against any an of its members membersRepresentatives 111emoursRepresentathes membersRepresentatives
Representatives J F Melton and C CE CE CE
E Street Democrats had lla made com complete complete cornplete ¬
plete retractions In writing of the thecharges thecharges thecharges
charges of bribery briber and Intimidation Intimidationuttered Intimidationuttered intimidationuttered
uttered by them in the discussion discussionthe r rthe
the eighthour bill and the commit committee com comnittee nit nittee ¬
tee appointed to investigate f losUg te the charg charges har hares harOs ¬
es recommended that their statements statementsbe
be accepted acceptetlby vby the house as s lull lullreparation if1reparation tuUreparation
reparation of the misconduct of the thegentlemen lhegentlemen thegentlemen
gentlemen gentlemenWhen gentlemenVhen gentlemenWhen
When the report was presented prcsent to tothe tothe tothe
the house today Representative B J JODonnen JODonnell
ODonnell of Clear Creekcpujity Cre k COUJlt a aDemocrat aDcmoerat aDemocrat
Democrat announced that he would wouldnpt wouldnot wouldnQt
not vote for Its adoption adoptionThe adoptionThe adoptionTile
The committee he said should shouldhave shUJtlhave shouldhave
have made an effort to discover whit whitIt
It was the lobbyists lobbyl ts or others oth rs who 110 have havebeen hn havebeen c cbeen
been going Into the speakers room roomwith JOJlI1with iOIilwith
with members have said to these mem members members mernbers ¬
bers bersMr
Mr OConnells protest preeipitat preci7itae1a > leei a I Ia la
a discussion Finally the investigating investigatingcommittea Investigatingcommittee Investigatingcommittee
committee was continued on motion motionof motit > n nof
of its chairman R G Breckenridge rf rfRio rfRio f fRio
Rio Grande county to Investigate any
further charges that may be made madeI m c cI
I want any newspaper or any per person person ¬
son who has charges to make either eitherto
to substantiate them or else cease ceasethrowing ctasethrowing ceasethrowing
throwing out these baseless ba less unwar unwarranted unwarranted uhiwarranted ¬
ranted and false accusations declared declaredChairman d dOciaredChairman clarud clarudChairman
Chairman Breckinridge BreckinridgeThe
The house then adopted the report reportaccepting tCPtaceeptlng teportaccepting
accepting the apologies made by b tcp ttepresentatives 11 tcpresentatives p presentatives
resentatives Melton and Street Streetft Str StreetUTTED ot otftUTTED
ft r rHJJTTED >
HJJTTED UTTED HIS BRAINS OUT OUTSalinas OUTSaUnas OUTSalinas
Salinas Cal Feb 16 I6T T I Sargentl Sargentlan
an Italian under arrest here on the thecharge thehnrge thecharge
charge of arsonat arsonatwSan San Luis Obispo
killed himselilns InmseJr jttti to t tjabutti tjabuttiout 4 l6iBf > ja butU butUout buttItvr buttItvrout
out his brains against a aln5t the t e stfel st t cl flanges flangeson
on the door of Ills cell
ElG Ejrrh1i1QuR OUR BILL I ION ION
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Execution Execu on by byHouse House Is Deferred I Only OnlyTemporarily OnlyTemporarily
Temporarily TemporarilySALT TemporarilySALT TemporarilySALT
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SALT TAX MEASURE PASSED PASSEDcqMMITT PASSEDcqMMITTEE I ICOMMITTEE
COMMITTEE cqMMITT E ON OGDEN INSTITU INSTITUTIONS INSTITUTIONS INSTITUTIONS
TIONS MAKES REPORT REPORTHone REPORTHones i iHones
Hones Hone bill CH H B No N 94 constitut constituting costit constltutin t tIn ¬
ing In eight hours Work v ork iji a day in air fac factones factopes factories
tones mills smelters sm sniters ii s machine maahineshops shops shopsand I Iand Iand
and mines came back to the house houseyesterday houseyesterday houseyesterday
yesterday with Ith an adverse adverse report r port from fromthe fromth fromthe
the th committees on labor and manufac manufacture manufacture manufacture ¬
ture and mid commerce commerceThe cO commerceThe le ce
The report was w s not adopted how howpver hower howover
over er but was rereferred in order or < Thr that thatthe thathe
the Ihe he signature of Chairman Lyman of ofthe j I
the committee on manufactures and andcommerce andcommerce andcommerce
commerce might be b affixd Immedi Immediately Imm liuniediably ¬
ately upon1 the reading of the report reportCromar reportCromar j
Cromar chairman of the committee on onlabor 011Jabor onlabor
labor who signed It asked that the theroll theroil
roll be called on adoption Speaker SpeakerHull SpeakerHull SpeakerHull I
Hull pointed to the Impropriety of de demanding demanding deJranding ¬
manding a roll call when but one tre treport r re report I IrOrtlud
port rOrtlud and that unfavorable had been beenmale beenm beenCrcnmr beeiirnaie
m male maleCroniar rnaieCrciniar
Croniar was 1S insistent on his hi point pointwhen pointwhen pointWhen
when the absence of LymarTs Lym 1 signature signaturewas
was discovered H cQercd and an the bill rerefErred rerefErredIt 1OIeC rrej rrejIt
It is now up to the members m > mb rs of the theassociate theassociate theassOciate
associate committees to whom the bill billwas bill1sas
was rereferred rerr ferrld to bring brln > in a minor minority minority minority ¬ I
ity favorable report If they desire to toput toput toput
put the legislature on record when it itcomes Itcomes itcomes
comes to adopting a report reportIt i
It Is not quite lear to many man mem memfcers memers memLers
fcers ers why hy they should be compelled to togo lOgO togo
go on record on the eighthour qun quntion lutttion iusLion
tion when the unfavorable report Is Isconcurred Isconcurred isconcurred
concurred in by b those demanding a roll rollcall rollcan rollcall
call A As it now stands the th majority majorityreport maJoritreport majorityreport
report is favored by b every ever member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the two committees save Hone the theauthor the8UthOr
I
author of the blI who belongs bclon to th thJabor the thelabor
Jabor committee committeeWhen commItteeVhcn committeeWhen I
When asked for an explanation of ofthe ofthe I
the fact that a minority report rcp rt was not notbrought notbrought
brought in one of the members of the thelabor th thlabor thelabor
labor committee who WHS w s expressed expressedhimself txresscdI1tmselt txpressedhimself I
himself in faVor of ofthe the bill said idd7Owin saidOwing Id IdOwing
Owin Owing to the fact that In our our can canning canlung ¬
lung l1in and fruit fruftpacklngfactorles packing factories em employes employesaxe ¬
ployes ployesaxe are paid by the hour it is evi evident eJdent CVIdent ¬
dent that a man working but el eight eighthours eighthours ht hthours I
hours a day da daywould would earn only about abouttwothirds abouttwothirds abouttwothirds
twothirds as asmuch much as under the pres present preticnt present ¬
ent conditions This fact was spreiuiiy spreiuiiyemphasized speiaiiyemphasized I
emphasized at our committee meetings meetingsby
by representatives of different canner canneries canneries cannieries ¬ I
ies and factories factoriesI
I also learned that it is oftn im imperative liiiperative ¬ I
perative that employes of tanneries be bekept belept
lept at work twelve and thirteen hours hoursin I
in order that ripe rip fruit may not spoil spoilFor spoilFor f
For these rs r rtasOnS aeons first the loss that thatwould thatwould
would result to employes and second secondthe secondthe secondthe
the harm It might work some of our ourindustries ourindustries ourindustrIes I
industries I concurred in the majority majorityreport majorityreport majorityreport
report although personally I am In fa favor 1aor favor ¬
vor or of eight hours constltutitig a days dayswork daysork dayswork
work ork In any an branch branchSalt branchSalt branchSalt
Salt Tax Bill Passed PassedBy PascdBy I IB
By B a vote of r 37 to 3 the house yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday passed Josephs substitute bill billH billH billH
H B No 127 taxing the net pro proceeds proceeds proceeds ¬
ceeds of the saline products of lakes lakesand lakesand lakesand
and springs The bill was drafted by bythe bythe bythe
the house boUseconference conference committee chair chairman chaIrman chaIrman ¬
man Joseph after the original bill H HB HB HB
B No o U n had been killed in the sen senate stnate senate ¬
ate From statements made by b Joseph Josephon J S pl1
on th the floor floojit it Is believed that house housebill housebiIl housebill I
bill No N 0 127 1 j will be recommended d for forpassage f forpasitga r I Ipa i
passage pa nge byVthe by the senate sen te committee on onmines onmines n I j
mines and mining miningThose minIngThose miningThose
Those who ho opposed the bill on final finalpassage finalpassige finalpassnge
passage passnge were illller Simons and andThompson andThompson andThompson
Thompson ThompsonHouse ThompsonHOUSf1 ThompsonRoust1
House HOUSf1 bill JCo No o 113 by Johnson pro prohibiting prohibiting prohlbiting ¬
hibiting the sale of firearms to per persons persons persons ¬
sons under 14 years of age and regu regulating regulating reguhating ¬
lating the carrying of firearms by such suchminors suchminors suchminors
minors was also passed An effort was wasi wasmade wasmade
i made to have the age limit reduced to J I
12 years by the house sat dovvn dOY l on onllie onthe
the llie I jJroposltion IUJJOS51LIUII All An innejuajlltrui innejuajlltruioffered amendment vas vasoffered as asoffered I
offered by Edward providing that guns gunsmay gunsmay gunsmay
may be carried by those under 14 years yearsof yearsof yearsof
of age providing they are accompanied accompaniedby
by b their parents or suitable sult Jblc guardians guardiansThe
The measure has been nicknamed the theantifool theantifool theantifool
antifool killers act actHouse actHouse actHouse
House bill No 45 4 by b Kinney relat relating relating relatlug ¬
ing to undertakings on appeal from fromjustices fromjlstlces fromjustIces
justices courts was passed as amend amended amended amendad ¬
ed The bill passed the house Jan
21 but was subsequently rejected S ty tythe y ythe ythe
the senate senateToboggan senateT senateToboggan
Toboggan T boggan Senate Bill BillSenate SillSenate
Senate bill No 40 by Holllngsworth Holllngsworthfixing HolllngsworthfixIng Hollingsworthfixing II
fixing the theflscal fiscal year of the state was wastobogganed wastobogganed wastobogganed
tobogganed La o the bottom of the cal calendar calendar calendar ¬
endar because there seemed to be a ageneral ageneral ageneral
general ignorance among the house housemembers hou5emembers housemembers
members as to the bill and its Intent IntentRoberts IntentRoberts intentRoberts
Roberts proposed propo d an amendment amendmentwhich amendmentwhich amendmentwhich
which carried changing the phrasing phrasingof
of the bill and providing pro iding that tfc fiscal fiscalyear fiscalyear fiscalyear
year begin Dec 1 instead of termi terminating terminating termnating ¬
nating Nov 30 The motion to place placeat
at the bottom of the calendar was made madeby madebo madeby
by Marks and carried without oppost opposition opposttion opposttion ¬
tion
Holllngsworths bill S B No 17 17requiring 17requiring 17requiring
requiring the secretary of state to togive togIve togive
give a bond in the sun s m of 25000 25000jassed 25000passed 25000passed
passed the house without any argument argumentpro
pro or con conHollingsworths conHoJUngsworths conHollingswortha +
Hollingsworths bill relating to fees feesof feesof ees eesof
of municipal courts S B No 29 was waskilled waskiIIed wankilled
killed good and hard by the house houseyesterday houseyesterda houseyesterday
yesterday by b a vote ote of Ayes 3 nays
37 7 According to Kuchler who was the theprincipal theprincipal theprincipal
principal speaker against the measure measurethe m mOasuretine asure asurethe
the bill affected Ogden alone and andwould andwould andwould
would result if passed in simply in increasing IncreasIng increasing ¬
creasing the burden of that city clt in inmunicipal inmunicipal Inmunicipal
municipal court proceedings proceedingsFurther proceedingsFurther proceedingsFurther
Further than merely defeating the thebill thebill thebill
bill the house had the temerity to as assert assert assert ¬
sert that the Judiciary judicia y committee of ofthe oftlle o otine
the upper house didnt know a ood oodtitle oodtitle oodtitle
title from a defective one So anxious anxioushowever anxioushowever anxioushowever
however was the house to defeat the themeasure themeasure themeasure
measure that McCrea was not given givenan
an opportunity to elaborate The dei deifeat dc1feat
feat of the bill followed a withdrawal withdrawalby
by b Kuchler Qt a if motion to strike out outthe outthe outthe
the enacting clause clauseSenate ihauseSenate lauseSenate
Senate bill No 46 by Calllster CaUls tel re relating relating rebiting ¬
lating to vacancies and pay of jury jur jurcommlssion jurycommissioners 1urycommissioners
commissioners rs which was as passed passedthe by bythe bythe
the senate Feb 9 passed the house yes yesterday Jesterda yesterday ¬
terday terda by a vote ote of thirtythree to tothree tothree tothree
three Daily Kuchler and Richards Richardsvoting rlclurdsvoting Richardsvoting
voting in the negative negativeReports negativeReports negativeReports
Reports oh onlnstitutions onlnstitutionsChairman on Institutions InstitutionsChairman InstitutionsChairman
Chairman Pancake or th tilt house com committee tnnmittee 1 1mtttee ¬
mittee on the state school for or the th deaf deafdumb ieafdumb nf nfdumb
dumb tond blind submitted the thp follow following foUowIn followlug ¬
I lug In report yesterday yesterdayYour yesterdaylYour esterda esterdaYour
Your committee on the state school schoolfor schoolor schoolfor
for or the deaft dear dumb and blind having havingvisited lulVingSsited havingvisited
visited the same sam beg leave to report reportthat reporttliat reportthat
that we have found said S ld Institution in invery Invery Invery
very favorable condition conditionThe conditionuThe
1 The committee recommends teco1 uncnds that all allthe allthe allthe
the appropriations asked by the board boardof boardor boardof
of trustees be allowed as follows followsGeneral rOuWGen follevsGeneral
General Gen ral maintenance 52000 gen general genoral ¬ I Ieral
eral repairs and improvements Impr im nt 32500 32500bookn 25O0books > > O Obook1
books and apparatus 500 steam man mangle mangl mangb ¬
gle gl 400 electric clock cl ck and system HstemO systemZO
350 O new nt bakery 2050 superinten superintendents superintendents superintendents ¬
dents cottage < 4000 total 62 6Z500 6Z500In > 500 500In 600In
In conclusion we desire to pay sa that thatit thatit thatit
it Is a great pleasure to recommend recommendthat leCommemlthat fecommendthat
that the trustees superintendent and andteachers andteachera andteachers
teachers are entitled to the highest highestcommendation hhhestcommendation highestcommendation
commendation for the high standard of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Institution In Utution generally as attested attestedby att attestedby > st < l lby
by the gold medal and grand prize prizeawarded prizeaarded prizeaarded
aarded a class from this school by bythe bythe bythe
the Louisiana Purchase Purc aso exposition expositionThe expositIonThe expoiitionThe
The report was adopted adoptedTlie adoptedThe adoptedThe
The committee on o the state industrial industrialschool Industrialsehod1 industrialschocft
school Kuchler chairman also sub submitted submitted submitted ¬
mitted a report yesferday The report reportwas reportwas reportwas
was rereferred In order that different differentrecommendations dltrerentreco differentrecommendations
recommendations reco endnttons might be segregated segregatedThe
The Th report recommended recomr 1ehde arnqng amQJ1gother amQJ1gotherthlng6 am4zigotherI other otherthings
I things that an additional tr1isteev t tttistEbe tttistEbePpolftted Jst be beappointed her
appointed l from a county other than thanWcbcr thancbcr thanSTcber
r Wcbcr cbcr
Other committee reports were re received r recalved ¬
calved and adopted as astolllWIJ follows I
> Agriculture and Horticulture Hortlcul HortlcuitqrdIiouse ur House Houseexperimental
bin NO 15 b by Thom Thonipsoll so fSt stabiishing stabiishingexperimental blishlng blishlngexperImental
experimental farms for irrigation inves investigations 1 1tigations invv5tigations ¬
tigations Unfavorably Un aombly reported reportedLabor rClxut rClxutLabor rcrirtILabor
Labor Manufactures r nufact res and Labor LaborHouse LaborHOUse LaborHouse
House bill No NQ94 N 94 by Hone constitdtinj constitdtinjjgteht co cofistlthtlnggh9prs sUt Ung Unggl
jgteht gl gh9prs hoursadjiysJabor l a Aartjg dais labor 9j in L factories factoriesmillsV factoriesmflrs t
millsV mils machine shops smelters and andmines an anmles andndties Sa
mines Unfavorably reported Report Reportrereferred Reportrereferred Reportrereferred
rereferred for t < or signature signatureDeaf signatureDeaf signatureDeaf
Deaf Dumb and Blind BllndIouse House bill
No 99 by b Dean relating to the Utah Utahstate Utahstate Utahstate
state school for the deaf ana an < t dumb dumbUnfavorably dumbnavorbI dumbUnfavorably
Unfavorably navorbI reported reportedRailroads reportedRanro reportedRailroads
Railroads Ranro ds and commoncarriers common carrIers H HB HB L LB
B No 184 84 by b Stookey establishing estabHshingaunlfQrm auniform a auniform
uniform maximum rate of passenger passengerfarts passengurfares asseng r rfarts
farts on all street car lines within the thestate thestate theslate
state Recommendation by bYCQlI committee committeethat ccnrnItteethat mitlee mitleethat
that bill do not pass passLivestock passLiyestock passLivestock
Livestock S B No 4 4o by plegg pleggproviding Cleggrroviding
providing for p a state board of sheep isheepcommissioners sheepcommissioners sheepcommissIoners
commissioners To pass with amend amendments amcndl1eo1 amendinents ¬
ments mentsSalaries l1eo1Salaries inentsSalaries
Salaries and fees H B No o S3 by J J1oJton
Tolton relating l to court stenographers stenographersfees
fees t es To pass with amendments amendmentsSalaries amendment3Salnries amendmentsSalaries
Salaries and anf fees H B No 07 by byRoberts l lRoberts y
Roberts relating to the fees f es of district districtcourt dlstrl districtcourt t tCOU1t I
court clerks and county clerKs cl rKs To Topass Topass
pass with w th amendments amendmentsNew amendmeJ1New amendmenp amendmenpNcW I
New HouseDills HouseDillsTh Ifo se Cills
I ITh
Th list of house bills introduced introducedyesterday intrOducedyesterday I
yesterday arid aJd their disposition dispsition follows followsH foHowsI
H B 1 No o 162 by Hopes H pes An act to toamend toamend toAmend I
amend section 6 session sssion laws la ws 1301 l Ol re relating r cclating ¬
lating IRUng to t the taxation txaton of transient transientstock trnsient trnsientstock transientstock
stock stock Providing that in all al cases caseswhere csos csoswhere easeswhere
where the owner of transient stock stocklh is isth Isthr
th thr owner of real estate e tlte in the county countyin
in which such tJch stock stotlc is found at the thetime thetme thetime
time tme of assessment uSieSmelt the ownership ownesiip of otsuch ofsuch ofseem
such stock stok shall be deemed to be in inthat II inthat
that county ount Livestock and counties countiesH cQuntet
H B B No 168 by b Marks An u act to toajnend toltlend tonmentj
ajnend ltlend section socton 974 revised rcied statutes S ltUtC < r rluting rtin rlstlng
luting tin to fees f e o ot sheriffs slletfs Providing Providinga Pro dlng
a 1 fee of 1 for serving a a writ wri of gar garnishment grulshmcnt gariiishrnent ¬
nishment Judiciary JudiciaryMore JUdiciary JUdiciaryMore JudiciaryMore
More Work For Sheriffs SheriffsIT Sherifs Sherifsr
IT r B No l 164 4 by b Marks I rlts AITI AI act ct t to toaincml toamend
amend section scton 575 5 revised revlsed statutes sttiute re relating rulutng isintlag ¬
lating lutng to duti dulls s of sheriffs Nherlf Provid Providing Proidlug Providbig ¬ I
lug thatsheriffs that Sheriffs shall shul collect colet alliner allinerchant almor almorchant allrnorcltant
chant chant and liquor iquor licenses lcenses outside of ofcorpornted oCcorporated ofcorporateci
corpornted cities clt s and towns in his hiscounty hJsount hiscounty
county ount Judirlary JudirlaryH Juctlary JuctlaryH
H B No 165 by Marks an act to toamend toamend toamend
amend section seton 4355 435 revised statutes statutesdefining stutute statuteadefining
defining defning larceny larcen Providingithat Providing that pos possession p irssession s sR
session R slon of property recently recenty stolen not notsatisfactorily notsatsfnctoril notsatisfactorily
satisfactorily satsfnctoril explained shall be bedeemed bedeemed bedeemed
deemed prima prma facie evidence ot o guilt guiltJudiciary guit guiltJudiciary
Judiciary JudiciaryH judlclarH
H B No 166 by Marks An act to toamend toamend toaniend
amend section secton 3952 39 395 revised rel ed statutes statutes re relating relntnr cchinting ¬
hinting lntnr to t final accounts and settlement settlemento cttement cttemento
o estates Providing Provldill that that the the Ilnl1 tintl lnul ac account account tc tccount ¬
count and the petition petton for forscttement forscttementoi settlement settlementof
of estates esttes must contain the name 11mO of ofevery ofevery ofevery
every person pers n entitledto entted entitled to participate partcipate In Inthe Inthe inthe
the distribution distributon Including Incuding persons who whohave w10 winohave
have 10 acquired by purchase or other otherwise otherwise otherwise ¬
wise interests of heirs Judiciary JudiciaryH
H B No 167 16 by Marks An act actto actto actto
to amend section secton 3961 revised statutes statutesrelating statutesrclatng statutesrelating
relating rclatng to partition partton and distribution distributionof dlstriiuton dlstriiutonof
of the tb property Of estates Providing Providingthat Providingthat Providingthat
that peronswho personswho have acquired an in interest interest ¬ I Itcrest
terest in an estate estto from trom the original originalheirs originalheln originalheirs
heirs heln or other claimants claimant and who W10 do donot donot donot
not appear as successors in the origin original ¬ i ial
al a settlement s ttemenl may file fe petition petton setting settingforth settng settngforth settingforth
forth their claims No further notice noticeneed not notietneed
need be given to claimants caimant or thoes thoestate thd thacstate
tate and the hearing of such claims and andpfthe and9ft andpflIie
pfthe 9ft original org nalpltJiQn petition for foJ distribution distributionof istribuUonof
of tho estate estte shall shal be at the 4cUstlbuton 4cUstlbutonot sametfint sametfintJudiciary smcl sarnet1nJudiciary
Judiciary JudiciaryH Judlchl <
H B No lBS 168 by Edward JAn Jnact Jnactampndlng > act actamending actamending
amending ampndlng section seetol 2059 205 revised statutes statutesand stntmeslnd statiJesand
and providing that an allowance al0wance of ofshan
25 shall be paid each ech member of the theboard te teboard theboard
board board of county cunty commissioners commissioner In coun coun counties counties
ties of the first class clas In lieu leu of the ac actual acthat
tual traveling trvelng expenses expensc hereinabove herinabove herinabovespecUied hereinabovespecified
specified Salaries and Feesl FeeslH Fees FeesH FeesIL
H IL B No N 169 by Miller 1Iler An n act to toprovide toprovide toprovide
provide for the initatlve and andreferendum referendum referendumfn
fn legislation legislaUon Judiciary JudiciaryBUI Judiciry Judiciryi JudiciaryRenovated
BUI i on ° Renovated Butter ButterH Buter ButerH
H B No 170 1 O by Home An act to toprevent toprevent toprevent
prevent deception decepton in the sale sle of r reno renovated renovated ¬
vated butter butter and to license lcense manufact manufacturers manutacturer manufacturers ¬
urers urer and dealers in the same sme Public Pu Puhlichealth Uc Uchealh
health healthHomes healh healhHorncs healthHomes
Homes bill H H B No 170 not only onlyseeks onl onlseek onlyseeks
seeks seek to protect consumers from reno renovated renoated renovated ¬
vated butter but would compel comDelmanu comDelmanufacturcr manu manufacturers manufacturers ¬
facturers facturcr of this brand brand to pay an a an annual an annual ¬
nual license lcese fee ee of 1000 and whole wholesale wholesate wholesale ¬
sale dealers dealer in renovated butter to topay topa topay
pay pa an annual license lcense of HOO 400 300 retail retai
dealers dealer an annual license Jc nse of 50 hotels hotelsrestaurants hotelsrestaurants hotelsrestaurants
restaurants boarding boardinl houses etc etcwhere ct ctwhere etcwhere
where renovafed butter buter Js used an anannual anannual anannual
annual license Jceme fee of 525 525The C 25 25The
The bill bi provides that all packages packagesrolls packagesron5 packagesrolls
rolls etc of such butter offered for forsale forsle forsale
sale sle shall shal be branded brnded renovated but butter butter butter ¬
ter In letters not less than onqhalf onqhalfInch on onqmaifInch at atInch
Inch in I height heightBIG height heightBIG heightBI1
BIG BANKS CONSOLIDATED CONSOLIDATEDNeyadaNational CONSOLIDATEDI CONSOLIDATEDNeadaNationa1
NeyadaNational I ead I ationl and WellsFargoM WellsFargoMSan W ensFao f fSan
San Francisco Fncico Have Been BeenMerged Beenerged BeenMerged
Merged MergedSan erged ergedSan
San Francisco Feb Iff 16Th 1iThe The Nevada NevadaNational NevadaNational evaca evacaNatonal
National Natonal bank has announced the theterms th thtermsot
terms termsot of the merger of that tht institu institution inslu insluton lnstitution ¬
tion ton with wih the Wels Wells Fargo Co bank bankthe bankthe bankthe
the proposed propsed amalgamated bank b nlc to be
known as the Wels Wells FargoNeviua FargoNeviuaNational FrONevIJa FrONevIJaNatonal FargoNevidaNational
National Natonal bank banlt of San Francisco FranciscoThe Fralclsco FralclscoThe FranciscoThe
The capital capial of the Nevada National Nationalbank Natonal Natonalbank Nationalbank
bank Is s to be increased from 3000000
In 360 36O i00O < d shares thares to C000000 GOOOOO in 3QOQQO 60000 60000shares 60 60000shares OOO OOOshares
shares thus leaving 30000 shares of ofstock orstoek ofstock
stock to be disposed dls8 d of Twenty thou thousand thousand thousand ¬
sand of these thc shares are to be deliv delivered delv delvered delivered ¬
ered to Wells Wells Fargo Co in ex exchange EX EXchange cxchange ¬
change for 3000000 300000 in cash or its itsequivalent Is Isequivalent itsequivalent
equivalent and the transfer by the theWells theVels theWells
Wells Vels Fargo Co bank of its good goodwill goodwI goodwill
will wI trade name and banking business businessin
in the state of California to the Ne Nevada Nevada ¬
vada National 1aUonai bank bankThe bank bankThe
The other 10000 10 OO shares are to be dis disposed dISposd disposed ¬
posed posd of at not less than 3200 200 OO a a share shareFrom shareFrom bareFom
From Fom the proceeds of these transac transactions trnsC transactions ¬
tions the capital apial of the bank is I to be beincreased beincreased beIncreased
increased to 6000000 9000 and an the surplus surplusto
to 3500000 3000 making a working orkng capital capitalof capial capialof capitaof
of 9500000 960100 If I Is proposed proposd to increase increasethe Increse Incresethe increasethe
the number of directors
from eleven elevento elevEnto elevento
to thirteen It I is understood underst od hat at La Lalas Imlas Isala
las la W V Hellman president preldent orthe 0 of th the Ne Nevada Xeyadn Nevada ¬
vada yadn National Natonal bank will wl be president presidentof preldtnt preldtntof
of the new bant ban and that F L L Ha Hainan r41 r41man Linman ¬
man now president of Wells Veis Farjo FarjoCos Far FarJoCos
Cos Coos bank will wl be the cashier cashierCOMPANY cashIerCOMPANY cashIerCOMPANY c
COMPANY ELECTION ELECTIONNew ELECTIONNcw ELECTIONNew
New Yorlc Feb 16 6E EV lt l Mcllvaino Mcllvainowas tteIlvaineas Ialnp Ialnpwa
was wa as elected chairman of the board of ofdirectors ofdirectors ofdirectors
directors and Robert Forsythe now nowchief nowchlet nowchief
chief engineer was elected president presidentof
of the theion inion Iron works of r San Fran Francisco Frn FrnIsco Frandeco ¬
cisco Isco at held h
a meeting meetng Id hero today
Mr Mcllvalne lcIaine Is president of the Beth Bethlehem Bethlehem Bethlehein ¬
lehem Steel corporation corporationBaby crporaton crporatonNO corporationNO
NO SLEEP FORMOTHER FORMOTHERSaJ
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CAt At four months pldmy old my babys ba y face faceand faceand ce cead
and ad body bod Wl were so coveted co ered veitb iU sores soresand SOresand oresad
and ad large scales sces you could not tell tellwhat tellwhat
what sue s sfie lopked 10 ked like lie 1ou No child chid ever CTcrI tcl tclwhat
had a worse w rs case ca Her face wa was being beng
I eaten etn away an4 even c en hpr h r linger i nget nails nais
fell fel off of It I itched itced so she could culd not notsleep notI notsleepaid
sleep leepand arid f for r manyweary ity nia y wer weary nights night we wecoud wecouldgetno ve vecould
I could coud couldgetno get getno no rest At last la ladre we we got Cfiti Cfiticura C Cliticura t
cura cum Soap and Ointment Omten The he sores sQe
began bean to t heal he at once onc and she could couldsleep c coinisleep d
sleep at night and ia i one OI month she
had not one one ne soreon sorconhei sore on her face mbttshe or body
bly
Mrs Mary Mar Sander Snder 709 70 7o SprineSt
Camden CUden N J J SprngSt
HOUSE WORKS WORKS IN INSWEET INSWEET INSWEET
SWEET s SILENCE SILENCE1sence LEN CEH CEHotenccuseorJ
otenccuseorJ G 1s Ab Abence b
ence at Night Session Sessionmm SessionMANY SessionMANY
MANY BILLS ARE PASSED PASSEDMEASURES PASS60MEASURES PASSEDMEAURES
MEASURES AFFECTING THE CITY CITYCOURTS CITYCOURTS CITYCOURTS
COURTS FAVORED FAVOREDShakespeare FAVOREDShakeseC FAVOREDShakespeare
Shakespeare ShakeseC sings sing In his sonnets of ofsessions ors ofsetsionis
sessions s sios of sweet silent slent thought thoughtMr thoughtr
Mr fi r Shakespeare did not have ha re last lastnights last lastnights
nights session s sslon of the lower low r house in inmind I innmind
mind mind when he penned the above line linebut 1n 1nbut linebut
but he might well wel have been ben ecUb excud excudif xcut ed edif
if he e did didIt didIt didIt
It was a session se lon of sweet bWOt silent silentthought sient sientthought sIlentthought
thought and for this tis fact Represen Representative n fleresexztatise resn resntntYe ¬
tative tntYe Joseph must be given the the great greater greater ¬
er part of the credit creit Mr Joseph Geat did didnot didnot didnot
not orce oqce rise to call cai attention at1nUon lo the thefact lhefact thefact
fact that he was as entitled entie to t praiscfor praiscforhe pltiC Of
he was not present Hence the svtecc svteccthoughtful s secrthoughtful ec ecUou
thoughtful Uou hul silence ieo c The readyrtorlsc readyrtorlscandspout rd readyrtoriseandspout = tor s
andspout Salt Linker Ltkel left l leftwith ftwiha with a sptrclal sptrclalhouse 3p speiialhouse lal lalhouse
house committee commitee yesterday afternoon afternoonfor afernoon afernoonfor afternoonfor
for Cedar City Cit and for once the lower lowerbranch towerbranch lowerbranch
branch of the legislature legislatur was without withoutits wihout withoutIts
its Iloor Hcl usurper usurperAside usu usurperAside er ersld
Aside sld from the fact fae that the evening eveningcalm enmii eveningcalm
calm was noticed notceQ by nearly nerlr every ever mem ¬
ber bJ and rnd by bJ the speaker speker there thee was wasmore wasmore 8S 8Smore
more business transacted transctet last ni night nightthai ht htthan btthon
than during any like lke pcriod IlcrJodthi6 thi3 sea ssessicn H Hsln seasien
sicn sln Bils vere passed comments commentsmade commenl6 commenl6made commentsmade
made and action acton taken on various mat matters matt mattCi ¬
ters t tCi r with a surprising sUr = ri lng readiness readinessAiid readfnes readfnesfd readinessMid
Mid fd for this there U lre was none non to dis dispute disput disput ¬
put after last nights nlght session tlj tlptt tlpttJosulik t tJosuph
Josuph was responsible rCp respnnsbleJozeph ns 1hJo Joseph eph in Xie 1f te I
dar City Ci CityWarhltn9tonsBjithda i iWsshitigtons
Wsshitigtons W Warhltn9tonsBjithda 5hihgtonsB BiVthday Programme ProgrammeThe Progrirmc I
The house h usc joint committee commitee on a aWKSI aWust I I
WKSI 51 ingtons birthday programme programmeWlscn progrmnw progrmnwV15n programmeiVfiscn
Wlscn and Tolton reported r last la t night nightthat nIghtthat
that the following folowing programme progrmme had hat be b barranged ben benarranged sn snarranged j
arranged to be given hen in the legisla le sla ¬
day live tvc hall hal at at 11 1 a m nast n < t Wednes Vcn T TS ¬ I
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S CJurattette CJurattetteTenminute qurttel qurattetteTenminu Hi H Love Lve president predent joint asembiy assemabi assemabiqurattette assembly I
Tenminute TE Imlnute te speech Washington WashingtonSpeaker WainintonSpeaker a hln top
Speaker Thomas Hull HullTenminute HullTenminute
Tenminute speech LincolnSena LincolnSenator Lincoln Sl Ssma SsmatOr ¬
tor George N Lawrence LawrenceQuartette LawrenceQuartette I IQuartete
Quartette QuartetteTenminute Quartete QuartetteTenminute I
Tenminute speech specchG Garfield rf ldT T H
Woof Voofton WootfonTenminute VooftonT ton tonTenminute
Tenminute T minute speech McKinlev Sen Senator Senatm Seaatm ¬
atm W K Walton WaltonThe WaHonhThe WaltonThe
The President Pe l ent or the United Unite Suites Stute
Theodore Thedore B9tkin B9tkinFair BotkinFair BotkhnFair
Fair Resolution Referred ReferredHouse ReferredHouse ReferredHouse
House concurrent resolution resoluton No No3 3
by Joseph calling cHng upon the Louisiana
Purchase exposition expojiton commission to toturn toturn toturn
turn over to the state stlte whatever what vr bal balcnce balcnce balcnce
cnce cnce of state money there may mu b bt in inthe Inthe inthe
the treasury trenur came up for third read reading readin reading ¬
ing in last night On motion moton of f Roberts it itwas Itwa itwas
was wa referred to the newly newl appointed appointedinvestigating appointedinvestgatng appointedinvestigating
investigating investgatng commute commite composed o or orKlnne ofKinney
Kinney Klnne Gundry Gudry Kuchlerj Kuchler Joseph
Stookey Peterson and Miller MillerH 1ier 1ierH
H B No 103 10 by Marks Iark relating relatng to tothe tote tothe
the te statuteof stalteo limitations lmiatons was passed passedlast passedlast passedlast
last night by unanimous vote The Themeasure Themeasure Tliemeasure
measure simply brings brngs the statute statutedown
down dow to todate Tlate providing for referen reference referenceto sttut e eto
to statute statue or laws of Utah instead Insted of ofthe ofthe
the code of cixil chnprocedure procedure when plead pleading pleadlng pleadlag ¬
lag to the statute of limitations limitationsMarks lmitatons lmitatonslar limitationsMarJa
Marks lar bill bl H B No 10S raising
th tl time tme allowed alowed in which to answer answersummons answersummons answersummons
summons issuing ISSing from city cty courts from fromsix froms1x
six to ten days days within wihin the corporate corporatelimits corporatelmis corporatelimits
limits lmis of the city ciy was wa passed The bill billhas bl billhas
has a new section aimed nimEl at a loral lotal col ¬
lection leUon agency ageney It I applies apples to Salt Sal Lake Lke
FATHER l OF 9F 9EBANK tBANK INSPECTIONBILL
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i James A Anderson
HepresoiitatTre Repre otat1o James JamC A Anderson A lderr of ofMorgan ofllorga ofMornui
Morgan llorga county C01ltt lisa lr the distinction distncton of ofleaving orqalng ofhaving
leaving made mad a successful suceosful fight in the thehouse he j
House noua for to a abl bill which he he1 alone of a ai aconnimttee
i committee conm te o of five rtv reported reporte favorably favombb fuvombiyand j jand
and ad which was WM rou fought ht by b a n stroogly strUgh atrooglyorganised i ipassage
orgdni organised ed lobby undo OPosed opposed on fmL final finalpassage
passage psage by b the speaker hlmseh hhnslithe hhnslitheIesuf himseiCthe himseiCthemeasur thej thejmeasure
measure Iesuf providing liro hln for the state tte inspec inspectJQT Inlc J Itjot
tJQT > of private privac banks bksTh banksThen j jby
Th Then Ieuro measure I H R No3 No 3 war was p passed passedl3 i
by h the te house of representative reireenttve TUe Tues Tuesduy j
day daj night ni ht sifter a a personal persnal debate deblto had hadbcen1nduiu i ibeen I I
been bcen1nduiu indulsred jn ue in on the floor floorRepresentative foor floorRepresentative
Representative Re r ft t i Anderson An eron In 11 One Oi o the theyoungest theyoungest theyoungest I
youngest member memb > r o the the lower lowe branch branchof brnch brnchof branchof
of the legislature legIstre not yet having lnavintgreached j jalone
rtched reached his thlrleth thirtieth YCI year Hibusl Hibuslalone His busi I I Ialone
alone as atb1 a thi this is the only onl city ciy having havinga biR
a laws city court court as f defined defned by 1y the session ss101 scssionlaws I Ilaws j I
To Help Out olt Libraries LibrariesHouse j jHouse IHous
House Hous bill 1i No o 110 by b Roberts Robert allow allowinj aIo11 allowint
inj in cltle cle of 0 the first frst nnd second sond classes classesto cltBs
to levy l y a tax for their thei city ciy library libraryfund lbrary libraryfunds
fund of ot one jiiiU dll for each ech one thous thousand thousand thousand ¬ t
and dollars coI dollsrr worth worf oi ol assessed 8 e property propertywas properlywa
wa was passed 1 iam ell The present pree11t statute sttute sec section seetien ¬
tion t n 3360 160 provides provhle for levying a n tax taxoi taxoi I Ioi
oi oi but onethird oneUlrd uf a mill for each tO JOO l00 l00worth j i
worth of assessed a 8esed property propertyHouse propert propertyHouse I
House Hous bill bi No 128 l by Dean enlarg enlarging enlaT eniarglag ¬ I
lag seefon secilon 4274 rQvls revised d statute statutes relat relatIn relating
ing In to befouling waters was passed passedlast ptlser passedlast
last night The bill bi Is ISalme iaimed aimed at cattle cattleand cattleand
and sheep men rnn who pitch their camps campsnear campsnear Ctln
near neal streams strems from which water is used usedfor usedfor usedfor > >
for domestic domestc purposes puroses It I makes mak s it I un unlawful unlawful unlawful ¬
lawful to camp camp within half a mile of ofany ofany
any rivers or springs Srings where there is isany isRn3 isany
any danger dang r of tith filth finding fnding Its Is way to tothe tothe tothe
the streams streamsH sherc
H B No 95 by b Edward relating relatng to tothe tothe tothe
the state stat board of corrections Gorrectons wasxre wasxreferred ws wasre Ire
ferred to the th committee commitee on penlten penltentiarien penltentarie pemnitentiaries
tiarien tarie and nd prisons pJisn It I will wI hold Its 11 place placeon
on th tho calendar calendarPasses clendar ealeindurPasses
Passes Bill on Judgments JudgmentsHouse JudgmentsHous JudgmentHouse
House Hous bill bi No No8 88 b bHinney > v Kinney I inney provid providing proYidIng prosidin ¬
ing in that thaa a transcript of o a judgment ren rendered rendNel rcaOcred ¬
dered dNel In any an county count may be filed fied and andenforced andenCorCEd andenforced
enforced enCorCEd in any an county COUt was unani
ncsn nef Interest at MoK Moajatnclty 1t nCUy c r are c miner nerof
cantlle nntlc Ht He I ir president reldent an and natnuger natnugerof mIser I
of the Weber Vet t Volley uroaucc J1ru C comp CQJY CQJYmalager coenpeny coenpenymanager uiy uiymanager
manager malager of tho Morgan Morgn Canning CanfinJ coui couiranyand connpunyand om omrunyand
ranyand manager mumtr of the Pingn PmleeAn PmleeAndel0J PhngreeAfl PhngreeAflderMon eeAii eeAiileron
leron del0J < Milling lUJng company comptUurHe j
He h lts < s represented epret the Republican Republicanparty epuh epuh1Ientn epuh1Ientnparty inn innpnlt
party pnlt from om his bs district d lrl t for fOl the paMtwo paMtwosessions p past two twoslon twosessions
sessions slon defeating defeUnr Joseph Jo1 Frajwi nct the theDemocratic theDeJrtb theDezpoeratlz
Democratic DeJrtb nomincv 10min < at the t tli recent gen general gcnem genera ¬
eral em election electionThe eetl ehstienThn
The Ti Thn banking bnkhtJ bill bB which Wil he hl Intro Introduced Jntr introduted ¬ I
duced and which whi < baM attracted aitctec wide wideattention wideattenton wideattention
attention attenton throughout the to state because becauseof b use useoC
of the recent Schettier Scbettef failure fte was wa the theresult theresult I Iret
result ret of C a similar mmiar case c caseIn in Morion Mron the thefailure thefailure I Ifaiure
failure faiure of o the Morgan 1tOr Coop Coop which whichWR whichR whichwe
WR R i doing dotn r i banking onklt bankin business businessmously businessmouly UlnC
I ImOUly
mously mOUly passed J1 In the t4 absence abn of the theauthor theauthor tineauthor
author Marks explained the
Madt epltlne purpose purposeof purpse purpseQf
of the bill i siiylngr Slylngtt that where judg judgrn judgnt judgimnint
rn imnint mt debtors debtor moved out of QUiities eQulte in inwhich Inbh inwhich
which bh judgment j bCt had been rendered rendere It Itwx itwas
wx was 2 often ofen difficult difcul under un er the te presnt presntIHw present presentlaw presentlaw
law IHw to enforce it itHouse itH itHouse
House H < S bill bU No t 95 S by b Kinney was wasalso wasals wasalso
also als passed pseed This Th Is in line with wih No Io S9 S9and S SOand
and provides roIdes that a I writ of enforce enforcement enforcemeat ¬
ment may my issue isut within wlhfu eight years yearsafter yearsafter ears earsater
after ater judgment jud ent has been en entered entere either eitherin eiher eiherin
in the county where entry pC 0 judgment judgmentwas judbent judbentwas
was made cr in any county cmnt in which a atranscript atansript atranscript
transcript tansript has been ben filed filedOwing fed fedwlns fliedOwing
Owing wlns to the fact that that thatsenate senate bill bi No o
36 6 by the senate snte committee cmmitee sete on military militaryaffairs mitry mitryata1r5 militaryaffaIrs
affairs ata1r5 ceding to the th federal eel govern government gern government ¬ I
ment exclusive exelu ve jurisdiction jurisj tQn over Fort FortDouglas FortDouglas FortDouglas
Douglas and Fort For Duchesne Duchene reserva reservations resna resnatom reservatlons ¬
tions tom contains an emergency en eme goney clause clausethe clausethe lausel
the house found It i necesgary nee rgncy y to t place it itat I Itat j jat
at the bottom botom cf c the calendar calendar There Therewas Tere Therewas
was not a twothirds attendance tense consequently conse consequty tensequentiy ¬ I
quently quty emergency the clause clauseHouse clauseHouse bill bi could not pass pss with wIh the theemergency theemergency theemergency
House Hous bill bi No 132 13 by McCrea MCrea ex extending extending cxtending ¬ I
tending the concurrent concuren jurisdiction jurhdton of ofcity 01 ofcity
city courts curts with wih district dsrlr courts was waspassed was1SSed as asIHUS
passed IHUS Kmnevs bill house ho se bill bil No
136 13 providing that the th state treasurer treasurershall trasUEr trasUErshan treasurershall
shall be custodian of all uI bonds bnds required requiredtobe requiredtol rocluiredtobe
tobe tol filed fe by state officials ofclals saving his hisown hisown hisowl
own which whlCh shall shal be held by b the secre secretary se seeretary ¬
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