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THE UTAH BUDGET "CALLUS CORNS" LIFT RIGHT OFF Doesn't hurt! callus off lon Lift any corn or with fingors suffer! A ol bottle tiny Freefone costs but few cents at an; lrug atare. Apply a few drops on th corus, calluses and "liurd akin" oa bob toiu of feet, then lift them off. When Freeaone removes corns from the toes or calluses from the bottom of feet, the skin beueatn U left pink and heulthy and never sore, tender of Irrl tnted. Twelve Little Rabbltc. rabbits Twelve glussy-eye- d Thrown In a heiip l'xn a grocer's outdoor ahclf. They have given their lives Thnt you and I Might live for a duy longer To enjoy the beauties And the pleasures Of a world Now closed to them forever. And we? We show our gratitude saying: Hy SWAMP-ROO- FOR T KIDNEY AILMENTS There is only one medicine that really aa a medicine for stands out curable ailments of the kidneya, liver and bladder. atanda tba Dr. Kilmer'a Swamp-Roohighest for the reaaon that it bit provea to be just the remedy needed in thousand! t thousand of distressing cases. Swamp-Roo- t nukea frienda quickly because ita mild and immediate eftect ia soon realized in moat eaaea. It ia a gentle, healing vegetable compound. Start treatment at once. Sold at all drug stores in bottles of two sues, medium and large. However, if you wiah to teat this great to Dr. Kilmer preparation aend ten rente at Co- - Itingbamton. N. Y- - for a sample bottle. When writing be sure and men- two thta paper. Adv. upon Dramatic Vengeance. there'a any chance for" tne to buy one o thetu tanka!" nuked Farmer Cobbles. "Why. I don't know. Wlmt In the world do you want with a tank?" Tin tired o' these road bogs In big tourln" cars rrowdln my flivver Into ditches. Td like to Jog down the road a piece In a tank. JiiHt to see what would happen." l'.lmilnghain "Io you think Age-Her-ai- MMtMMMtMMMM I'.ank tit Utuh are Hsxossalile on the basis of their stock valuation, accord lug to a supreme court opinion luunli'd down lust week. Mrs. Jan Dullln of Sprlngvllle, widow of Thouma Dull in and mother of Cyrus K. Kallln, the aculptor, 1ms been granted a Utuh Ulaok lluwk Indlitn war peiiblou. Speolul trulns inado'up la Ohio or Indiana will curry at least 2.r00 retull inorrhitntH to Suit I.uke next June to attend the tiiilionnl convention of the ltetull Merchuuta' association. The nationwide niurketlng of Utuh celery was conuldei'ed ut the annual convention of the Utah State Horticultural Hoclety held 111 Suit I.uke, Thursday and Friday of last week. Jolui M. drowning of Ogden, Inventor of the fiiinoua machine gun, will be required to pay $700,000 Income tux on royalties received from the government according to Information received from Washington. Citizens Iteposltors In the State Dunk ut Hlngham, have agreed It la auld to accept un offer made of 00 per cent of the deposits mul 4'J per cent of th cupltul atock in a proposed for lUngham. Inforuiiitlon received by MuJ Frel Jorg-nseanys that bodies of all men of the mi try killed or who dletl In the foreign service uml are burled abroad are to lie brouglit home for reinterment wlthlu ttie coming few monllis. lCeqiieats for women workers In many lines have Increased 50 per cent in I'tnh aliico the signing of the armistice, according to Information received by Mrs. Addle Sojicr, bend of the woman's division of the department of lubor. Confronted with tba statcuu-ntof his companion In the drunken orgy, directly Implicating him lu the killing of Joe Clifton ut Salt Luke, Harry Knmle Carpenter confessed that he was entirely responsible for the death of Clifton. K. P. Klrby, charged with assuult with a deadly weapon und with assault with intent to kill In a running guu-flgwith Deputy Sheriff George II. Vine on the night of Ieeeniber 21 near l&eck's Hot S"irlngs. Salt Luke, was found guilty by a Jury. James Williamson has brought suit In the district court ut Ogden against the Ogdcti It Salt Luke Railroad company. In his complaint he asks for Hi!,tl damages for alleged Injuries sustained during 11)12 while he wua entering a train at Farmlngtoti. Alleged to tuive ruilght III daring daylight holdup In San Francisco and Ku,,ectel of having ahot two men In a burglary a few hours before. Alfred Temple, believed to be Allrert Weber, whose home Is suld to In the coast be Salt Ijike, wns nrn-ste- d city. Under the provisions of the house bill relating to the fiiptort of dependent mothers, county boards of commM-(.loner- s are empowered to provide annually funJs not to exceed $ lO.OOO, except In counties having a imputation of 10tMai r wore. In wluYb. the amount shall be $10.000. Red Cross workers have commenced a drive to obtuin subscribers to the Red t'nw tmigiixlnc. According to the heads of the" kxnl chapters. It Is important Unit Utah line up at the front in this call, as lu nil others which have borne or which do bear on national service campaign. iturked by representative business men of Ogdeti. tlie Ogden puliliiily bureati. county oimniissioners. the for-eservice, the federal department of roads and at the uunnimous request of of R'.-l- i county, a rolwny Is to be connif-tfrotn t)gden Into IUli county in the nmr future. Completion of the Lincoln highway through Utah tuny be delayed Indefinitely, or until siKh time as the state can Induce the Union I'aclfie Rnllrond company to grant pinnission to construct the road oi Ita right of way In LVho canyon, according to a aiateinetit made by the slate rond commissioner, It Is charged that Otto Mcliuglk-tin- , Itt years ol.I. on his way to Ogdeti, atoptol In front of Jake (iibson's house In West Weber, uulockcd the an front door with a pass key, overcoat, an ordinary coat. SI .73 In rush, and after locking the door, continued on bis way to t'gden, hre he was arrested. of Ittrfshevlsm. Representative from Russia, are In Salt Lake preimrlng to ten a canialgn tf tion. srronling to Iave ("rshon. f Pclnl agent of the department Justice. Vr. (Jerrhon says tlie depart-tnei- t Is prepare"! to take drastic steps ta nip in the bud any cotipirarie started by foreign agitators, Tlie W lh t.ple of Salt Lake City and neighlsiring towns, following a custom of ninny yenr. will cde brate Ut. David's duy, Saturday. March 1, In a banquet at the Hotel Utah. WMIt "playing tioiiw," Ruth Lnuth-aft- . if Snlf Iake, narrowly 10 yenr escaped death from burning alien her Iariiiel by a lighted cnnOle In dre. her little "home." hurst Into flames. Itinnka for fit'mg return of annuil net Incnna for feWal Inmnie tax will le avslWalde almost simultaneously with enactment by the senrevenue mess-tire- , ate of the pending to plans of the according Internal revenue service. Rude Itnskln. who wa found guilty of assault with latest t kill, was sentenced by Joltre Jobs F, Tobln In the Jfilt Iike court, to an Indeterminate term In th elate penitentiary. I'.nkin attseked a fellow countrytran with a knife, tlireateaing to cut fT hit n ht Ix-e- u e J Says Cream Applied in Neat r1 la Opens Air Passages Right Up. "J Tottr Instant relief no waiting. clogged nostrils oirn light up; the air passages of your head clear and yo can breathe freely. No more hawking, miming, blowing, headache, dryneas. No struggling for breath at night; your cold or catarrh dtnwe8rs. small bottle of Kly's Cream (Jot I'.alin from your druggist now. Apji'y a little of this fragrant. sntls.-ptle- , It .hesiing cream In yonr nostrils. throogli every air pssssge ft the Inflamed or trw ahead, soothe swoton. mucous mcmbrshe and relief pen-jrsfe- w l&.ntly. It's Jostle. Iv.n't stay stuffed up arltti a old o' nasty catarrh. Adv. contest -- Pratt tie , jm. She a I Girl. (esndalicsllj ) v I could fkwwlncas t t hope you Won't think of w h a thing until after w- sre married soil I have the right to In- herit. r.nfi Trt.nscript, RECIPE FOR GRAY HAIR. To half p at of water add 1 sc. Rota y a email bos of lUroo Compound, and H , of glycerine. Any dniffinst cas put this e m it at home at very np or yoa Full (Vrertirma fur making and cost. m nf JUtIm Compound. Dae come in It will gradually darken streaked, faded gray hair, and mike it soft and glossy. It will not er1r the scalp, ia aot etxky or greasy, sad does ayit rah off. Adv. Irt-tl- r-- Heard Tblt One "Ladee and genl'men. t shall now sang yrro that mournful little duty entitled, Mother's Hair Has Tarnml to Ullvee Place Father Ills old.' " Ist A TT Vsateaasai, CleawsaJ IsaHsf adrttkla sfllll4.. larlaaMarinfint Be. - T twaa, Soreness, Oanots UVfCltItchrandPrnaj f the fcyea or t. relets If fJsraajaTaaa' swa w4w wm tr Marine n ftaWp'ipsBV Wc. A tk dt-c-- de-str- ui die for Jem braved SENATE APPROVES MEASURE PROPOSED MINE TAX MEASURE pur-Mis- reet herd. Hiiiiiiiiiiiig Thft ...w MEASURE V'OULD RAISE THE PROVIDES ASSESSMENT SHALL RECEIPTS r ROM MILLION TO BE NOT TO EXCEED THREE MILLION AND A HALF. TIMES NET PROCEEDS. Greatest Name In finrv1u.r anrl ijpWIiltJ iaa Another Effort Being Made by Salt Radical Measure Presented by Senator Lake Representative to Secure an Olson Effectually Sidetracked. Increase In Salary of Members Establishment of Part Time of the Legislature. Schools Proposed. Suit Lake City. Two measures' of lu the importance were lower house of the legislature on House bill No. by Representative I. II. Masters of I'rovo, proposed an Income tax on ull earnings of individuals und corporations in the stute on a graduated scale. The bill Is largely a reproduction, the Author stated, of the one now In force In Wisconsin. He estimates that the measure. If enacted, will ruise it revenue of $1,000,000 to $l,roo,ooo Feb-ruifr- y The other measure was a Joint resolution by Representative F, K. Morris (if Salt Luke, calling upon the people to vote an Increase In the salaries of members of the legislature. This will be submitted us a constitutional Hineinlment ut the next general election if the legislature passes the resolution. It permits the legislature to fix the salaries of Ita members, but provides that the salary of a member must not exceed $000 for a slxty-dusession. The present compensation Is only J'i'KJ for a sixty-dasession. The Utuh state senate spent the greater part of the afternoon on Feb- ruary 24 on workmen's compensation questions, but had not at the close of the afternoon decided a single one of the several big questions that are involved in tlie bills now before that body. The main part of the afternoon was spent In considering arguments ;ro ami con for u proposal to make the state Insurance fund "exclusive," as ime side culls it, or "monopolistic," us it Is known to the other side. the child-hoo- d dreams Is a land of sweets. Make some of those dreams a delightful reality by taking home p WRIGLEY5 frequently. up. y I Establishment of part-tim- e sclusils for the benetlt of children who nave not completed high school und who leave school before they are 18 years of age is provided for In house bill No. I.'l, which was passed In the lower house of the legislature on February 21. Under the provisions of the bill, which now goes to the senate, such schools would be established In every district of the state where parents tif fifteen or more eligible children petitioned for them. LEGISLATIVE NOTES. BrS rSrT 1 jf m1 Jl SEALED TICHT KEPT RIGHT $gzf The Flavor W Lasts! Sj$Mir AT THE CAPITOL. "There Is growing up In Utah an educational aristocracy und It to be trvasoii to say aught against uny measure that this aristocracy proposes, but, Mr. Siieukor, und members of the house, it must be sat uiMin." Tills was the declaration made by Representative Hansen In the house February 24, when he ssike lu o.Misition to the house bill, which was later defeated, extending the term of office of the members of the boards of education one year If, Indeed. It might not have been construed by lawyers to mean ten yeiirs. Utuh Is to have a state tree, ns it has a stute flower, and to this end Representative Pay has Introduced in the house a bill providing that tlie blue spruce Im designated the Utah state tn-e- . The blue spruce Is one of the most beautiful of the spruce family of trees and Is used largely in tdhe east for ortmmetitul pursKcH. Care of the tuberculous Is provided for In a measure Introduced in the house by Representative Welling. In this bill the state treasurer Is authorized to piiy to certain counties, upon the truing of a warrant approved by the state board of health, a weekly sum for each tuberculous patient ditn. Itig the time such patient shall he In a county hospital or sanitarium. Care und training of the febte-mindeI provided for in a bill mtnv duccd in the house February 24 by Mrs. ;race Strnttoii Alrcy. The ineii-- u re would create a state home for the np-iir- s ex-le- rt tl purjse. Salary of Jtsmst n yenr or more States than that paid to a Unit-is provhbsl as the remuneration for the county attorney of Suit Ijike In a Introduced In tlie house y Representative Miles' of Cache itinly. Utshn tuny pay an Income tax nt the rate of 1 jst cent on Incomes of fS Up to fl Js-- r cent on Incomes of personal proierty tnx to tie deducted before the income tux Is if the bill providing an Income lux Introduced in tlie house by Kepic-wntatlMaster become a law. debate, the lowFollowing an er house of the Utah legislature on of February 2it voted for the lnnn-(.l.taaliaal In Iwmd for the Improvement of Utah's highway. The original bill iuirodui'cd by Representative L. W. Curry of Vernal early In the session, called for J..Vai.(ai bond issue, but this wa amended by the highway committee to make the issue :',.! KMSal. Considerable difference of opinion arose and the mutter lui been In the bands of commitles, caucuses and the subject of lobby discussions 'or some week. ftevan has a bill before the senate nlsilisbing tlie fee now charged by the state oal mine Inspector for Inflecting mine and providing that this work lie done at the expense of the state. Whether Utah will go on record on the question of government ownership of railroads will be determined when the Joint memorial Introduced in the house on February 20 by Representative Cardon Is rcjwirtcd back from the committe? on reference, to which It was sit. A committee snhstitote for the Parker tiealrh tioerd Mil wss passed by the snabe on Fchmary 20 Hie measure prwvsiea that Wwa! twwrd of health should have the power to make rule and regulatiwn governing sell-Bl- e fi;.i, all-da- epl-de- a realm of c y d Ml ou know Salt Lake City. Assessment of metalliferous mines on u busU of "not to exceed" three times their net proceeds was the verdict of a majority of the senate at the conclusion, on Febr.uury 21, of the third duy'a battle over the mine taxation measures before the upper house of the legislature. The vote stood 11 to 7 In favor of the "not to exceed" amendment, I'resldent J. W. Funk of the senate switching from the minority to the majority and voting for tlie amendment, which he said, was favored by the governor. The minority committee's ' other van bill amendments to tlie I'arker-Itwere then incorporated lu the measure uud It was passed on second reading. Under u suspension of the rules tlm bill was passed on third ami llmil reading und ordered printed In amended form before being sent to the lower house. On the tlnul reading the vote was l.'l to H. This action automatlcully kills the Olson bill, which Is still on the calendar, but is due to have Its enacting clause stricken when It comes new-bun- et HEAD STUFFED FROM CATARRH OR COLD NEPHI. UTAH. S, STATE INCOME TAX s "Confoundedly tough Uttle beasts, "Aren't tfcy?" Harvey Teake, la Philadelphia Iteeord. TIMES-NEW- Representation in the city commission by wurds, with u mayor elected from the city at large Is proposed In a bill Introduced In the lower house of the legislature by Representative Cur rle of Salt The bill proposes to divide Salt Lake into six municipal ward, und that a commissioner tie elected from each ward. These six, with the mayor, would constant" the city commission, thereby increasing the present personnel by two members. The bill by Representative Hinckley of Snniiete county, amending spots' in the ureseii. piohibltion law, was ul.-presented to the house on February 21. The measure is designed to further strengthen the authorities in enforcing the prohibition law, and to bolster up some weak spots that have tevelopsl under tlie administration of the law. in the classification of Some counties are made in house bill No. K. l.'iS. introduced by Representative R. Miles of Smithfield. Mr. Miles would s counties divided In have three suImIIvIsIoiis, as follows: Clasa A, cinintles with an assessed valu.T tlon of fioo.ooo.iimi or more; class It, counties Willi on valuation of . lUUKI.IiiKI to C, fpHi.OiNl.iHiii; class counties with a valuation from ?2, KKI.OUI to $141,(11111.(11 III. Tlie legislature took a holiday on having ad' February 22. both hou ver until Monday In order joiimed that they may observe Washington's birthday and attend the ence confer ence, the house having lnsi-- apidiitod a committer by the nker to attend In a hody. Rcgitinlng Monday morning the house began Its niorntng session at 0 o'clock. Former speaker of the house, twenty years ago, William M Roy lance of I'rovo, who Vtasji visitor February 21, occupying a seal for a short while beside Siwiiker Richards. lie was Introduced by Speaker Richards. Isiking over the house he said. pleasant memories of the long ago. Fnvornlde report was made February 21 by the senate committee oti Judiciary on the iMHinage bill, which prohibit the payment of fiss by latiorcrs to foramen, shift Imss ,,r other who their work, or to men demanding payment for uiood service as interpreter. were meaun- Two lmortiint passed by the lower !ei!e of the legislature on February 1! the Cardon "blue sky" net and the bill irenting a state ttonrd of examiner for rhiroprsc tors and establishing definite educa-tiotui- l for those who requirement practice that profession in the stute. The house passed unanimously a bill regulating and amending the law relating o the practice of bartering. The bill make stringent p .visions against barber practicing thcii 'rtide while afflicted with disease, and make the peril"! of apprenticeship tine year. bill providing for the Senator establishment of a state highways system, the levying of taxes to improtc this system and for the gradual exjain-sioof this system by action of the legislature each two year, wa read and pased on second reading with hat little change. Under siinnloo of the rules, a bill waa Introduced In the senate on February 17, by Senator Ssnfnrd. providing for the creation of a state real estate commission and for the bonding and licensing of real estate brokers and agents in the state of Utah. first-clas- as-so- HORSE SALE DISTEMPER sates You or know that whrn yoa sell buy through the i in fifty to recaps BA1.K you hsvf sbojit on- - chni--- M'OIINis your trua protection, STsBI.K Dls l . ur aa you treat all your for a your only hnraea with it. you will soon br rid of Ihe divuv. it acta no matter how they nr 'eaiMmed." a sure ss ! itruKKlsta. borae goous houea. or delivered by At all the maufacturera. MI DICtL t O, Ckesdala, Cawbew, V. . Jk. M'OII A Reg'lar Champion. Patience and Kindnetu "The tricks that man taught his lit"I bear that old Rill Kitiipklut ia the tle dog required a great deal of pa- most no account fellow In your town," tience and kliidnins." remarked the clly cousin. "Net good unswcrcd Miss for anything. Is heV "Unquestionably." "Wall. I don't want to be too hard Cayenne. "I can't understand what kept the little dog from biting him." agin the old feller." responded tba man who had something good t. say about everybody. "He raises some of EAT A TABLET! the likeliest lookln' weeds la this part of the kentry." ld, DYSPEPSIA GONE A Question. "Well, It's neither here nor there." "Then where In blar.- -s Is Itf d n rs-nlle- d n PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN INSTANTLY RELIEVES SOUR, GASSY OR ACID STOMACHS. Jil-cn- I hilly News. To keep clean anfl healthy UVa T)ocor They recukU. Whrn meals hit back and your atom- - Pterce'sboxt'leaaant els and atomach. Adv. ch la sour, acid, gassy, or you feel full liver, and bloated. When you have heavy Siu Is as rust on a poll-be- d blade lumps of pain or headache from Indi- you may ruh It off, but it's bard to v. I Is Here Instant relief gestion, the at sits. A A Don't wait until your Just as soon as you eat a tablet or two of Tape's lluppin 'all the dys- col d develops Spanish Influenza or pneumonia. Kill it quick. pepsia, Indigestion and stomach distress ends. These plensnnt. harmless tablets of Uape's Inn(cpsn never fall to make upset stomachs feel fine at once, and they eot very little at drug tores. Adr. Nobody to Hear. "I supMse, if I tried to kiss you. you would scream." "Of course I weuld. lint I'm suffering from a very weak throat." CASCARA frafm J4 ia Cirrus clouds have !ccn more than seventeen mile surfacp of the earth. af4. hwr it it f ht with Mi. recorded the h'.mivc brfjsf ftsTf , fxyfaitf in J rivvs rp br TS fmuar pcturk. A4 jlt Lakt We N. QUININE Ail Up eotal &my. Mwx f h m Lr CHy. No. trap Stajrc 9- -1 11 ft-- SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY CLEANSES YOUR KIDNEYS For eealariei COLD MEDAL Haarlem hnasehnld reme ly for kidney, liver, tUdi.r and at..marh and all diseases connected with trouble, the annary organs. The kidneya and bladder art the moat important crrinn o the body. They are the alters, the puiifiem of your blood . If the pnianna which enter your rystera thrr.u.h the blood and stnra-sr- b are not entirely thrown out by the kidneys and bladder, yoa are doomed. Weariness, aieepleswnrse. nervntenesst, despondency, backache, torrrh trtwble, headache, pain ia inina and lower iMn-STegall stones, gravel, dinV-iiltwbea nrinating. eloody and bloody arine, thru mattstn, sciatica and rnmbaso, ail warn jtwm to look after yowr kidneys snd bladdee. ll these indicate an me weakness of the kidneya or ether orgaaa or that the enemr microbe which are always present in year have attaeked yrmr wek aoata. t.til.D Mi. DA I, Haarkra Oil Capraiee arc what yr Reel. Oil baa lieea a standard TW re not a "patent "aew For discovery. 2HQ hve been a standard 'uoweho?. remedy. hey are the pure. rifinal imjmrted Haarlem your great erandtnot her used, and are perfectly harmless. The heahng, sootb-mod srk into the eej! and i.n.na el the kidneys and through the bladder, rfnv ing out the poison'.m rnw. Sew Ide, freeh atrenetb and beaitb wdl come as yna eontiBoe the treatment. Wbea otnr'ete-- ' restored to your aeaaJ n.gar, rnntinn taking a capsule or two each oay; they will keep row in condition and prevent a of the disease. 1 not delay a minute Delays are especially daneeroua in kidney and Madder trmible. All dmeewsa eell li'OU) MKIMi, Haariem th They wiij the money if not as represented. tr ll.D MH)A1, Haarlem t hl ( apsalea are imported direct fma, the UHoratooea is 7 hey are prerMtred in eorrect and convenient lonn, are es-- y to take Sad are posjti! rta ran teed to grve I. three aires, sealed park promrft ares. Ak fir the ncmnal imnorted U LDMKDAIa Aerept no sobstitates years taey Adv. ar 1 td (r.,Us ry'-m- llot-Un- ef.