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ULFPHNES EXAMINER 'EDITORIAL ROOMS lndpndnt Miwii Ni. Phan, Ua rini business office IntfaenSant 'Phan. ......N. Vail a:, d e: i; i BUSY AT WORK 1 ANT BILLS. Jensen Makes Attempt te Get tractiee from Kuchler, But Falla. teraal order of Eagie. Interment Mountain View ctaieterj. In I Re Cangrtaa Dancing Masquerade Academy, Thursday night. Cash Priaet Yesterday's session was a quiet one. e:e but. nevertheless three bills In tha district court yeaterdav Ada passed. V. Drapar filed an application in diSenator Briakerhoff was the only vorce proceeding against r. V. Drapabsputee anj er, in which habitual druuk.imThe following bill were passed: unfaithfiilnefea i rhargwl. The Draperx 8. H. Xu. 26. by Senator Mills-.'- , were narriad in Ogden October 25. 1900. and have children. Tha which provides for a certain aiuoiiu. the custody of lb of work in be done on mining rlun. plaintiff nakk children in addition to a decree if within hix muiitha after S B. No. 13, by Senator HalanisKt. divorce and general rrllef. which is an aJilltinn to eiiou Soil ot Plenty of sweet milk and rrejm the election laws. S. B. No. 14. by Senator Hulaniski. always on band. T. P. Perry, phone 3611. which changes arClon 4296 of the statutes sad refers to speed of G. W. who baa held the por- Jac-.ilis- , etc. fr the tion of geueral car foreman Southern Pant).: i Ogden tor the past year and who resigned hia position uume time ago, left yesterday for Rock, Arkajaae, where be baa accepted a aiinllHi position with the li. iJ-tl- K. A 1. P- - Each bill received an unsniinit-vot- e save 8. B. I'l, which receive! negative vote from Senalora Miller. Park and Williams. The following new bills were Intro duced: 8. B. No. 75, by Senator Park, relating to the at am ping of gold and sliver articles 8. U. No. 76. by Senator Park, defining what slmll be known as gold, silver and .terling ware and the iru stamping of such article!, Both the" hill were referred to the committee on manufacture and commerce. 8. H. No. 76. hy Senator Seeley, re qulrtog Jurors sworn to try criminal cases to be kept together. Referred to the Judiciary cniniiililee. 8. 11. Nn. 77, by Senstor HoHlngv worth, proposing an ainemlnieut Li section I aud 4 of article X of I he constitution, which bIihH lie submitted lo ths voters for their approval or disapproval st the general eloctinti In November, 1W8. The amendment would have the educational system ot the stale Include kindeigurten rhools, conirntn ai'hoois, corixlmlng of primary and grammar grades, high schools, a university, and such other schools as the legislature ntsv rslahlltli. The university would Include a school of art aud sciences, an agricultural rol nonnal lege, a school of mines, echonl, and auen other schools as the legislature may establish; provlde-- t that the Agricullural college ahull he located at laigan ('Ity, In ('ache county. This would place the Arglrnltuml college and the university under one board of regents and overcome the duplication of itudlea now obtaining, and greatly redune the present expenses of maintaining holb Institlaw-reitc- e R. It. A. G. Horn haa removed hia law offlcea ever Badcon'a Drug Store, where he la prepared to meet any and all pnrtiea dealring the aervicea of an attorney t law. General H. Bancroft. Wr. Manager General Superintendent R. Burklug-han- i and Superintendent W, K. Iuarel-lof the Oregon Short Id no, were in over the Ogden yesterday looking work in the local yarda which have been congealed for mime time, Extra gnnge hare been placed at work reconstructing the yarda and tbla work will he prosecuted vigorously from this time on. Mr. Hanrmft visited the place where the tracks threatened by the rerent flood during hie visit yesterday. o Masquerade Congress Dancing Academy, Thursday night. Cash Prize The local police were requested ye, terday to search for two hoys aged 13 and 14 yearn who run away 'from their home in Suit iAke and were supposed to be on their way to Denver. Dr. W, H. Dalrymple. a prominent dentlet of Ogden, tiled a complaint In the manlclpal court yeaierilay In which Dr. H. Stonerlfer wan made the defendant. The latter Is charged with practicing dentistry In this city without the necessary papers from tlio late. The funeral of Joseph R. Stone was held at I oclock yesterday afternoon at the flret ward meeting house and was largely attended. There were many beautiful floral offerings laid upon the casket. The aervirea were presided over by Bishop D. H. Ensign. The music waa furnished by the wsrd choir. The speaker who eulogised tha Ufa of the deceased were Jacob Thomas, Richard Douglass, Robert AIcQnariie. John Plnrork. Gilbert Daniel Steven. C. F. Middleton and Bishop Rnstgn. Interment was In the Ogden city cemetery. Burn or Ache There is a Reason c A SHOE Ar.ii-m-a- vchnol houses on legal houdaya. (Ju- diciary) H Relating to replies iu pleading. (Judiciary.) H. B. No. 117 (Mark Regulating the practice of optometry, defining the practice and providing hr the of the board if examiners and furher providing for the issuing and revocation of liceues and the fixing uf a penalty for violation for the pm :ion of this act (Judiciary. I H. R. Nn. Ilk (Dyriug t Regulating the ahipnient uf live st :rk and for inspection ar.d records of . an-e(Uveatock.) The following blit relating to the duties of county surveyor was Introduced in the house yesterday. An act amending section 644. chapter 11 of the Revised Statute of I'tah, 1686. defining the duties uf county surB. No. 116 (Mark) pro-vidin- g There wrae some good bowling at the aaeicuatiun alleys last evening when the FaUtalT aggregation took the into camp by a score of 2.532 to 2,47$. It wa really the beat game uf the season, an far as the city league i concerned. There were two men. however, who masqueraded under tlie nom dp plumes of Alphonse and Gaston. The first waa (Toy and latter Burton. It must ba admitted that they associated with some pretty good material, but Just why they 'should bids behind an eliaa haa not a yet been made clear. It la true that their work waa not surh as would win them any gold medal or entitle them to a place In the running at the Denver .. meet of the Western Bowling may-direc- prr-ona- d e REASON Sai-eilit- Every body knows that they did their best, however, which ta not veyor saying a great deal, but thi fact doe Be It enacted by the Legislature of not entitle them to hide their lndentl-ty- . the State of Ctah; An effort I being made to hold 644. The county surveyor shall, on a masquerade howling carnival In the order of the board of county commis- near future (o amnimodare those who sioner. make all surreys of rountr are adverae to having their real name road, road district line, precinct and affiliated with the league gamea. chool dla'ricf tinea that are not alJoe Thomaa waa the atar performready made and recorded, and iierforn, er of laat nightt conteat. Joe has a itch other engineering work as the glass arm and when this doe not go board of county commissioners back on him he ia sometime able to provided, that ill counties of do an me real clever work. He gut the first ctasa the county surveyor a total of 563 for high total honors and shall have sole supervision over the landed the single game honor also, construction of all highways and with a total uf 234 made in the last in such counties, and shall game of the aeries. GUliert who is anbridge receive for the performance of such other fast one. at times, hit the wood additional duties as herein prescribed, for a tot el of 542. Next In order came the sum of $60(1 annually-iaddition Camp with 327, Drlggs and Hess with to the salary already fixed by law. 510 each, and Wherry wlih 505 to hia Ail nutps and field mite of survey credit. hall lie filed in the office of the counThe defeated team rolled the steadty surveyor, and the same shall thniw iest game, their three totals being after be and remain the property of 8n9. 805 and 865. The Falstaff boys the county. let up a bit In the second game after It ahull he the duty of the county taking the first by a margin of 32 surveyor to advise the board of count In the last game they did their pin. commiaHluncrs regarding all engineerbeat work, pulling out a total of 939 ing and cons' ruction work under his against 865 made by their opponents. charge, and perform all engineering The evening's work la bound to for the county not otherwise provided make some extensive changes In the for. individual average list. The scores follow: In the Houas Feb. 6. Falstaff An aticnipt on the part of Representative Nephl It. . i Jensen on the floor of fhe house iff representatives yesterday lo get a retraction of Ihe charge made by Representative that Jensen in Rudolph Kuchler, fighting for a Mil turned down in commit tin--, wax not representing a court lltienry. hut a client, met with a blunk refusal on ths part of Mr. Kuch-le- r and a repetition of the charge. After a abort argument Mr. Kuchler modified Ids wonla by declaring that Air. Jeneen waa not representing a coiiMtnency. but a few. Jensen declared that he desired a retraction on the grounds that it brought him into a bad light and was tin tore. PIOCHE MINING DEALS Tlie Ogden man aruxo and declared that lie would not retract his words. He reiterated hix charge that Jenaeti Joseph Free haa made final paywas evidently repreHentlng a client. ment ou aevrral of the group ot rlalrn He said that he did not Intend that which he ha held under bond fjr his remarks should mean that Mr. Salt lake parties, say a the Record of Jensen waa receiving a fee for cham- ltorhe. pioning Ihe Idil. hut that he repreThe Avon, Cliff and Duxxard, altuat-rsented a few and not a constituency. In the Jackrahbit and Bristol minAfter a short argument house hill No. ing district, Joins the famous E. & 44 wa set for F. Mining rompany on the east cox', Tuesday- as a special order or and south, the Daly mine, the property of house The work the consisted uf the Nevada-Ctaon the went, the e of Ihe aendlua f a message for Bristol mines nn the north' A shaft 85 force his attendon the Avon shown a full Clesg feet det-ance, the killing t utrlght of hia bill, facs of 8 per rent copper, and alau house hill No. 12, and the passing nf n this group are three additional H. B. No. r. shafts from 30 to 5fl feet, all showing The members of Ihe Industrial good values. This school committee today received s gmnp consists of 13 claims, making a niiiile at the total of about 200 acres. present of hammer sell, ml. The bids were presents from Mr. Free, on the 27th of January, (he bom mid tlnir own wink. They closed hia option on the one-hawere brought down to Salt in the Free Conaolldated, conhy Superintendent Thomas uf the achonl. sisting of 10 claims adjoining the Tlie following bills were introduced; Bristol and Hillside properties, from H. B. No. II'J. hy Thompson To Cook. Lloyd and Christen, ft,r a conamend section 120, revised statutes. sideration of 81 5,000. He also anil I Mia. as amende i.v chapter B3. law the Hoodoo group on which he had an of ('tali. 1"t. regulating the Kale if option, consisting of four claims, adIntnxlriaing liirmra and preventing joining the E. It F. on the north and certain pus-infrom frequenting the Bamberger property on (he wear, of hii:Mi'a where such liquors ami when the time of shipping comes pliii-ate sol-1- , a l repealing sen Ion 4215. il will bo the first on the list. reused xiaMoe, imps. Referred to Salt likc parties, acting through ciunmitiee on jnd'elnry. Mr. Free, have an option on the Demi H. II. No IJh. by IVan Defining John group nf claims In the Half Moot as to district. On thi property there la a jhiw era of conn1 mad shaft showing good grade of silver-loahighways; appoining county e.iinmisiotic his duties, and values the entire depth, which D 1DII feet. 2, title 25. revised repealing ehapt-xiaiiiii's. lvo Referred to committee The Milwaukee group of claim, on 1lshVMiK mol bridge. numbered 13. in fhe Highland district, II. I. No. 121. iiv Westphal Establnear tlu Men dim. along with n group ishing a slavi.nl a Mein of con- of live claims at Stampede grau, have struction nr public roads in fhe state alxo been bonded to Mr. Free. of I full. Reret to conmiltre? on As soon ax possible It is the Intention of the different companies to llighwav and bn iies. 11 lr'l-xtIt. No. 127. in Richards Relating on these properties an-in duties of COM u 'y suporiDtc.tdeii'K. development work will be pushed to ed lo c "i notice on ed'ieathin. it utmost. bill No. 5, hy Dean, chanr- Repre-aeuiatlv- WINNERS RcvUing providing for , file" of dairy and romm:airicer and lieflnitg the TAKE SATELLITES INTO CAMP BY s eudards of purity of hssia.f Public SCORE OF 2 TO 1. health I H. B. No. 114 (Taft i Providing for the compulsory m-- of broad tir Thomaa la Star Performar In Bat upon wagon wheels ai:er the year Contest of tha Saaaoiv Several I Highways and bridge. I 1615 Good Scores Mado. 11. B. Xo. 115 (Taft I - Providing for the raising of the flag upon n Rel-na- WHEN YOUR FEET -- (Ku-'f'.e- ing the law for advertising sale of trespassing animals, was reported favorably by the ronitiiitiae on Judiciary and the report adopted. The special committee on the antic library reported that it favored the expenditure of 4.im0 on the law library during the neat two years. A communication from the aena'e waa read announcing that that body had killed 14. R. 34. by Representative Westphal, providing that owners of trartlun engines pay Tor damages done esunfy roada and bridges. This hill passed the houe without a dissentin'; vole. House memorial No. 4. which calls for 1renldent Roosevelt 10 rescind his action la holding up coal lends fmn. ftitry, was iuinulimed. It la In Ihr fol lowing Whereas. Bv a recent order of Secretary of the Interior Hitrhrnrk, all entries for mineral land nmt he subjected to official Insperlun before patents are Issued therefor, and Whereas. All entries for mineral lands a'e subjected tn moal rigid official examination, and repnn by officials of the interior department, tn wit: I'nlted States drpnty mlnenl l aiirvcynrs wImi make report from examination, and Tits proposed amendment will ution. Whereas, It appear that the be eonsldrred by the educational comto la not necessary and enmittee. a great deal of unnecessary red An adjournment was taken at 3:3d tails tape and consequent delay in pa ten I until tudsy at 2 o'clock. mining land. Therefore, be ll The Joint commit lee, recently ap- ingResolved. By the legislature of the pointed under the cunrurreni resolu- state 3f I'tah, the house of repn-setion offend hy Senator lawrence, to lallveH. :he senate concurring, ths: investigate the alleged shortage of l'reslrient Hisisevelt lie, and Is lierebv Coal, and the silled troubles, met yespetitioned lo rescind said order on a.s terday In the agnate committee toom fount of retarding the tuiniug industry, and terfrrted an organisation as fol- and lows: Representative II. .1. Holilnsmi. Resolved. That a enpy of this chalrnisn; Representative W. F. Tol-tolie sen! to Senators Smoot nnu stenoDaniel Hamer, secrelary; Huilierlatid and (oiigreasman llowel! ft. John Eilgelilll sergeant grapher; for presentation to President House-vel- t. 4 meet The committee will again at House reaol ill Ion No. 3. by p. m. on Moiulay and decide upon an Kucliler. provides for the to the proceedings of th" outline pnlnilng In oils the perl rails or Govcommittee. ernor Culler Hnd fornipr Governor Well. Tile resolution authorises the to pay the "neressary and IN reasonable" price for the work, and THEJI9USE that the portraits shall b huug in the In the house vision held Feb. 5 the executive chambers. House joint resolinlrin No. 3. w.is following pructedlugs were had: An unfavorable repori on house bill also Inirndiiced by Representative No. 2, which waa for ihe exemption li calls upon President Risiseve1; for taxation of pumping plants used to drwlst in hia efforts tn control Ihe for Irrigation precipitated a row In river which Is filling up the the House of Kepreseniatlvea whlc'i Snl'on sink. The representative dethreatened tn The clares that in their belief ii personal. making committee nil Judiciury which hits lia.l an Inland wh'ch will he henefirlal the bill In charge since the opening o' lo Ilie Farmers of Ihr country. It Is tin- - session, reported ugalnsi Ihe passulso claimed lhal it will be of greal age ol ihe measure on the ground thai bi'iiellt to the arid liinds of the west. It would Involve too tuiieh to be Is ti 'Ihe rcsolu'loii reads a follows: ellcial. Wliereti. Hy the overflow of the No sooner wn the rcinitiinendiiii)n river there are possibilities ol finished than Nijihi having in Ihe Colorado deairt an Jensen secured tlm ii.hw and move I sea, and that the renirt he i ejected and the Whereas. The eviiporailon ef said in bill Tli. n the Iroulilo laud sea would materially effect th The tififhiKli inn was leu acridity of the vast area of dry kiml-I- n commenced. the West, and by Kepreaeniallte Itmlolph Kuchler . and he hilletly .lensen'a Ity an order of Idea.. i(Tiii( are liiing niae in "It seems lo me." said Mr Koeh- control nld Colorado river. R. solve I, Hy ihe house of repisiu-teilviMler. 'th.it the Keiith'itMii friM'i Salt I. list is III)! Ihe senate or Pish. Iliiiiig h e'lnsMlu-erici,. luit a c!e,ni." The rules of the a'e c meiiiTliiK. that PresirLnt Knose v I li .iiid lie congress of tin- I'"tel house allowing the eluiiiiuail of Ihe S ale be R(f!unriul:i-(imm-.t'fo t to desi-- t lion the rigiil m elnse the revcnicd from making lo get nuitnil of said Co,i. n r.oln river. n The I', till was 1. Hiked for early m Resolved furiber. That enpirs of If had been 'he sesHiun monlo this ti'('li:ori:il be s'nt lo Sen Cur, Sin-onrotind ih"t ihe report would he and S.rher'isml, and Cniignv. t ill,- hill and Jensen had rteie H H. No. ni.in Howell Tor presi illation lit I're. Richards l'revetit-iuti Iti'oM-iel'(i make a light on the Mini cniigi.'.- nt-t)iof -- (aand roiitity school (tilTlie i he reisirt. . wore in'n' lueei, fin'd- - for puii-i-iing tit other than I In wh.i ill iiesenlwtlre the bouse alnl r'f.rre of ii Referred to cotnmlt-l,II It No lot I Kincblerl e.l h.- bill. a soon os the reinM was P. tilling op bidiiei' i the duties of cni:uu iSa. II. il No 12). male, moved the report he rcjeetvd Richards lroiid-ing f it t'ne arii-- :md fees I lie then nisde a tor :!. p::o : g of witnesses under I '5 II H No tn staiiil li the lit; i( iiili'ow i fre.i' i "i bonds .in-their t 'Mimonv. He pleaded ilia: riie I'll! was designing a ennui, is- - n 'o provide for lli.-- ; Reb'iu.' to ui juilieiary. iite i 11. I. No Dyreng-irovidi- ng 'd for the prnnmii n of mil display of r'l.ii' r sour . th.' that If It were limed down it WO'ilu .l,iiiii"l nn i'p.i.i'hiu at Norfol, for niciia ,f lio:ii-i- f., Indian war :u mean a griai Uss i t The rea-h" Virginia. liefer'e! t committee on RH Id waa thu many prii.ce n! N'( t Mini's (TIiomi'Mini -- T-i nr,iii. were willing o even w.ieh insi-h.regubi-b,' condiii'' of bnsfiii ss ' ery. hot could not firidnahly opera'c in prei-:- .' am I'ormni 'r perains frori coniine-:-:!IMPORTANT BY KUCHLER El the aaroe if they were compell, , , nan.i.icing business an .ihsiiiii.., name. s"d pmvid'ng pay 'axes ou it. He ,i',n bhln'.y ar PiniwbniHnI ra'.gr.Ki the action r 1..Manufacture (heeefer. Ouof th, pi'ifii imiHtrtiint bids H'irt nonniCCf I Ir.lakitig ths enu'se ihai did in ought up f.e vnslderaiton of rim He was indors.il n lr arimn hy M H Ni To leg'.Siu'ui' is 'V- pure food hill. lot (Randolph' : R('preaii.olve pKvl, who declared aeo-pIon 277. c'oiplcr 12. rit' lo of Welmr county strongly in favor ,.f he hi!! .um-i-- . I1' of revived Tbe hili proiiites for the establish s'alnt' pmvtd'ng who defen, let .Tcfsi ti we:,. Keoeci-tativeof sperial taxes; and providing nicti' ot ,i 'rin- 'o,v(i comni!-siouti-David ndrnige .in, Ta't. lor n'U're of d:inquency l.lii.iifi.v v i'pas-Bmaterially affect th-Xo some- - l ad !. Pnished :ha i , M. H. No. P'S iKamla"! Is Masiiu uni n e,'-'of the peop'e Hie sloi-nhr,.K.wen- - 'bo c( ,in.' a o(1i-- i enain.-er'in ciiies id ,re (imc i (sit to the ofticc ,v on i heir .'.! f.. reci.jiil'lo:,. t lie filt and a.ei!'.d Has an olffc i'f S'ate K'iod Insie-ctnPeterson, w r The ailowt'd t'n' fl.Hir t:t fol "i.ips. plups. ffv. d food "'! ni:',:i;fsi"i-.are tested Kochi r ami he Id . imnce wiiidw ilni ulnes. . O s Mci':..ni, p.. ,: ,.f purl-iitonlsh any person In i ur ii g lOm-e- 'f I ini:' an ror.'iart'lratcs. ri who ur '! 'i, articles of food nil waul In Inri'. ' said he. thut no i Mnnicip.i1 ,, n on vine' one sott'c ,at n'e.i ireiuh.-- r fin ), Tool .if 'his house i H fl No "'i iK'ii-h'cr- i r nj-sh- Mid oe , ,i ( Th' 'n"i. (, pni-ei'- t n.T friep p, ,,, f),, oanve ef '. . of , lie printi'ig ii'onci ion 'hit is ,i ire ,r o non engaged In the - c'l.iii p':n to ui'd for ih .if h":( i,n. of shan I am TIm I''- ihe S'jiH slot ( p Mpiipf are often d;1'.- - r hii'i was alien vrrv c:ieMt., c(in:dH, ' nn I a luiteriifi.,' -- p that he e:'-e ; wii-1before th, comml'li"' a'i-M H th" No illouori '! ',;, a price to;. Hns i profit of mor.- t in'rudurer knows a- - wen a ,., n; cii-os ( j i 'i'i "im Ii oi.'rt-d- ' , ,( se'V th,- ressnn f .i t'i. a per cent on r,. ,v, c " Ci b r f .. I! I t.i. s In por "Wm-ol provued ipa p,. rpr; i K t ' ctioi , M !i:mpipx should i H ven.p- iri'li1 rr - It V -- lid !!.) of evt-- 1 ; I: It t:,. iuil pLauie isaa.mu. ic iKi! ji'.i CUlaVv'a 'U il.' ,:il orde.-uferre- JOSEPH STQXE FUNERAL ARE EASY manu-taciurer- fncoi-porate- House FALSTAFFS I fl. B. Na 113 can r. in !aa of the the creation nf the 1M7 7, Uiinlug cei-js.-- i - to fr lie h-- s few-brie- RU-her'- s " u fk-gg- FumtsJ aervirea over th. remain of Charles Steven will be b.id today at 2 g. m.. from undertaking chapel, under tha uuplre of tba fra Am-ndi- ns laws of ol a I'l'a'll.g :n wrinng by x fx've alien w aasociaimu pen' ll orr La assets cr fiuaue.al re o( e of obtain-ponsiDo.ty fir the purpo-ing creJi- - ihercou. aii.l filing a penalty a and (Coir.b-iVtor violation. n lle'T,, rEIHirAKY (J1:- - V tl. K. Nci. 112 i Co' srctioii rhapicr kS bi-v- SENATE PASSES THREE IMPORT are id expeu-iiI TIIT'ESHAY ETA II, OGDEN, '' ihr E : e nper":t.v 'bnu-wn- o dollars' eor'h ol p'.iiuping mac h met . wnd '.rlilng several thousand ooliars worth it water annually to other.: :,o need r, woui-.- i be directly bene n me ihat tl.a genilv-mafiled. It front Salt Ijike : uot represent ing a coiisiiiumiy. but a client." Repri'sentaTlve Toiton daclaivd thai twiiw invited beMr. Jensen had fore 'he eouuiii:te to explain away tb priiitiisl objecimn to lls bill, which was that, companies in the large min icg tamps are using water drawn by A similar line of srgunien' pump wa foil. 'Wed hy Representative Wu-fhal- . . (bail mar Kepreaeutative of the com mu tee, closed with a remarks The I: use yesterday paused hoaac l.;! Na 7. b FeJersea, which relates to the rights of marriage. The measure denies" ihe right of marriage between person to 'he fifth degree of one ltte. coitMnguii.ity, which A new furtn of affidavit than oou:n is also adopted. If asserts that ihe applicants have read or heard read the mat nag- law a and are competent to marry under them. Representative Marks was the only member voting against the bill. The hill to a great extent carried out the lecomineuilaiious of the slat physicians. Mr. Marks exjilained his tote by saying he believed that I (outlined with the previous law on uiairlage. House bill No. 44. relating to special l axes, was reported favorably by the committee. niuulcipal corporations Tne report was adopted. Tlie house adopted the favorable report of the judiciary runmiltUe redie quiring that bouiliug companies ing business in tha state ba Several amendments were embodied in the repori. The municipal corpoistiuna committee asked that Representative Meek's H. H. No. 20 lie referred to the judiciary com mil tee. This measure la iutende.1 tn provide an apprie priation to reimburse Mt. Carmel trhonl district. 1 H evt ra! iarce corporal :(m 11;w LEGISLATURE Na. M No. 56 PhaM. ana ring Ball EXAMINEE: THE UORXINfi 8 It the chemicals left in the sole leather after tan-nin- are soled with Rcoui-eleather. Its an expensive prorefw, but absolutely necessary for the comfort of the wearer and the good of the leather. It is never done in cheap shoes; seldom done in good shoes; but always done in llanan Phoes. In the making of a llanan Shoe, nothing that makes for comfort, style or service is alighted. That is why it is better than it costa d DEE-STANfO- RD SHOE CO. SOLE AGENTS PRYER Makes Cream, Sherbets, Punches, Frozen Puddings, Etc. You Win Need For That Party d PHONE s-- a Co!-ersd- o ' Wlu-ress- RoO'-rvcI- 12-!- i.mlii.,,1 H, in repiir't'd today Prusaia, where au Inhuman mother was et off with a year's for nearly Torturing lo death her fm;r'een-year-oidaughter It waa re during the trial that 'he woman lied the child tn a post In the a'able and heat her naked hoflv a thorny clith so th.v tha stable floor ran red furiously with iiiued from the child's wounds In order to make tham hat qutcVer. the won-an told the child, she then satirdi, the wounds with vinegar and s.iii On another occasion the the ckll-- with u of We: d , nhle fashion. wort Y- - f the nuct bar agai;i weel tb- - itiiithc-drov- into chlld s ears The pi.i m. ,sn eighty aepwraJe wounds !oti the gui's body. Lundou Mail. h fo. buor 910,000, But Accepted $1 Cost and Calls It Square. and vet-er.i- r7 ui . ap-pro- 1 : a r The libel suit:, nanirst (he Helena, Mor.iann. for lia.Oh'i Independent each, brought h Dr. O. M. Lnustru"! and by F. J. Edwards, former tnaeor of Helen i. have been dismised. the Independent confess d judgment and (1 damages, and rests amounting 46 7" :n (Mch case, were assessed. A - a typical In Wanted ! ho-iw- e vi.i-in- e the fl,sh LIBEL SUIT DISMiSSED e . s lat g s - , ll l pa;--me- the trill, were m the (.pinion that the all Ms crimes in r dt gcncraic moral Irrespon ai.i'it;Iuuiic option eniiiinends 'he convict;. ,n. Imwevei, leci,:;se of the teudi'iiry in (tennuny to asciitie these hliieo-ier tm-- to InA lf - time-ogiin- r- . frMn - argu-nien- in-'i- ! I he - t i and to le with a nil'll d (,-- I sanity copper-silver-lea- . j TWiCE. Win, I . t Ludwig Trs-nnthe child iiinub-i-ewho lius l.tn on ItL trial a' Crii i wald for he pus ten d.ns. Psa Ini.., sent need to dua'li, liming lieen vlcti-- 1 .'I, two wparate rniintx Tpi. virdlct cen letem- - him 'o In twict. while lie is given Iso ,er- n. prlsonmenl upon tr- i h i r, cli,!,. ,. murderous assail: KinaiN he - i . loss of politu-gThe verdiei a i acts v. Iiiespiva ,i letltk.n In view ot i hr fuel tail, m, . l evM-cts- l. 1 a-- me-ilrR- h t- Ben-soi- The one mile race si the Audiinrlun Heilman vs. Pierre was won hy Pierce, winning by mImiiiI one quart, -of a lap. Over 7txt iieople witn'ss-r- i the moving pictures, given liy I'mr. Ilandolpl . The illuktruted sou. 'Trying Kui get You." ss sung by Miss Kaiidolpu. was very line forth much favorable eoinineni and applause. TO BE BEHEADED the Ice Kepre-aeniHtlv- r ai'Vi-rno- 1 AUDITORIUM The comic idcur. s and o liers : well retc'.ve, ami the uiertajinni'i all Ihruuph was greatly ; t'j'rii-,- i o . . . a. William Cole, nn Inmate of the Rials Industrial school, look French leave from lhal Institution shortly before 4 o'clock last evtning, and as yet his not Itct'ii apprehended. Coir was among a squad of boya that were being taken from the nmln building to the gymnasium. He slipped front th-- ' line unobserved and made his get away, This Is Cole's second escsis, lie was brought hark from Sail Lake but a short time ago, where he waa captured after escaping from the arhool. The usual reward la offered fur hli apprehension. RACE p, which your feet u'-x- ESCAPES FROM BEFORMSCHOQL . i Intro-d-ice- spec! tic for pain Dr. Thomas' Oil. strongest, rneapeet lini- ment eiPr devised. nerlca for in Kiu-f'c-- le n. to A 25 household years. rem-i- j EXCIT18C RtiwAWAY t 1 i dn-.- n si):-k- p'.-ffb- s ' '" i - 1 to - i nieri-cr.- ;i:n-s.i- f.-- rn -- fv-mlr- : s-'en . -i- i , MU-'- . , p'a-ii- ! V . i t!-- - 4u exciting run away occurred on avenue shortly before ; " i"c. last evenirg when n team io Dick Richard dashed down riu a'emie at full speed and crashed ii,a luerhone pole near Twenlv-(.-i.i- l The team was tieir hv a son of th owner, ii'.'r corner of Twenty-fourt- h The line 'Mi broke and the I'ur-i-- v '.i.i-fright, and turning quirkh ili-'- irg oown ihe street. The hoy wafr.m the wagon, hr ,s. Hind w.'ii ;j fear slight hrnlss In f-.:n wjh the telephone pofc c ri ' "c nres was brdly injned . ....-u-- This is perhaps .the first men's tailoring advertisement ever written for women particularly married women. hve husbands fairly well-to-dperhaps opulenf in a minor way. Your bd ter half is hustling dii.y in u.nd day out lo accumulate. He's not stinting you on clolhes money and he doubtless wants you to dress well. You're perfectly willSome of yon o; ing, too. 4 'onsider now: doesn't he sometimes run to seed" with his old clothes, fareless, maybe, or, ierhap, with the idea that he can't afford new clothes. 4 get after him give him no rest send him to 11s and you come along, too. Together, we can dress him in mode and fabric irreproachable. The mans clothing problem is largely up to you iu many cases. He owes it to you to dress .well and you must impress this Xow you upon him. . e . j I,.,, lo be kiiivd. EDMUND TAILORING 345 Twenty-fourt- h St. CO.