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' v , Ri - ... x . .. . ;.,-- !(, y , THE BINGHAM NEWS ., - . . - I , t , . ,., Volcanoes Invaded by Scientists and Aviators Volcanoes are losing some of their terrors for scientist and aviators. This Illustration shows, above, a view of M Mt. Etna In eruption made from an airplane which flew around the top of the volcano at a dangerously close die- - W tunce; and below, radio experts making the first experiments with wireless within the crater of Vesuvius doss H to the eruptive cone. SAY "BAYER ASPIRIN" and INSIST! Unless you see the "Bayer Cross" on tablets you are not getting the genuine Bayer Aspirin proved safe by millions and prescribed by physicians 24 years for IY j Pain Neuralgia Toothache Lumbago Neuritis Rheumatism Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proven directions. Handy "Bayer" boie of 12 tablets Also bottles of 24 and 100 Druggists. Aplrla 1 ta trail aurk f B Muafacnir of UoncwMtlctcldMtw of Sllcjltccll Children Cry for ipMT ( I V I MOTHER- ;- Fletcher's V Castoria is especially pre-- X "x pared to relieve Infants in arms and Children all ages of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhea; allaying Feverishness arising there-from, and, by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food ; giving healthy and natural sleep. To avoid imitations, always look for the signature of Absolutely Harmless - No Opiates. Physicians everywhere recommend it WHENyou are constipated, poisons in the accumulated food waste and are carried to all parts of the , body. Headaches follow. Biliousness, in somnia, lack of energy, all result from con-stipation, which if unchecked will lead to serious results. , Avoid Laxatives Say Doctors A noted authority says that laxatives and cathartics do not overcome constipa-tion, but by their continued use tend only to aggravate the condition. ' . Medical science has found in lubrica-tion a means of overcoming constipation. The gentle lubricant, Nujol, penetrates and softens the hard food waste and thus hastens its passage through and out of ; the body. Thus, Nujol brings internal cleanliness. Nujol is used in leading hospitals and is prescribed by physicians throughout the world. Nujol is not a medicine or laxative, and cannot gripe. Like puro water, it is harmless. Take Nujol regularly and adopt this habit of internal cleanliness. For sale by all druggists. II Nujol C23ISH&JL ' THAM HAM I For Internal Cleanliness UTAH LEGISLATIVE DON BRIEF BILLS INTRODUCED AND ACTED UPON BY THE LAW MAKERS AT THE STATE CAPITOL IN TUB BKNATK Bills Introduced 8. H. , Jenon Garnishments, tuned br governor. S. B. 19, Janson Additional Jurors. Signed by governor. 8. B. 70. Jenaon Alternate Jurora. Blared by governor. H. B. 4. 15. Welah Budget bills. Senate votes to suspend joint rule to permit of additional amendment. 8. B. J45, Flnllnson Board of elk control. Amended and favorably re-ported by fleh and name commutes, Second reading ralemlnr. 8. B. 183, Winder Teats of import-- d cattle. Favorable report by com-mittee on SKrlrulture. 8. H. 149, Winder Hal of eggs. Sam action. Action on Hills 8. B. 126, Warnlck City control of water course and supply. Stat and municipal affairs. 8. B. 155, Hlrachl Exempting build-ing and loan association from stat securities commission law. Banking. 8. B. 15s. Flnllnson Iraiiiags di-strict. Commerce anil Industrie. 8. J. M. 2. Flnlinson. Farmcs' ex-port corporatloa. Signed by president and speaker and filed with secretary of state. S. B. 140, Lewis Gasoline Inspection, Favorable report of commerce and In- - dustrles. Second rending calendar. H. B. 8 (4. Petty Powers of cities ' over liquor traffic. Adverse report of judiciary. Second reading calendar. H. 14. 43. Hamilton Gardner Ueln-- ! statement of corporations. Favorable ss amended by same committee. Sec-ond reading calendar. H. B. 68. Tungrcn Jurisdiction of elty courts. Adverse report of Judi-ciary. Second reading calendar. Jt. B. 89. Sharp Two seta of election Judges. Favorable report of Judiciary. Second reading calendar. II. B. 17, MeL'arty Nominations. Same action. 8. B. 11S, Westphal Search and seizure. Same action. 8. B. 14(1, Peters Public improve-ment benefit need not be equal and uniform. Favorable report of reven-ue and taxation. Second reading cal-endar. 8. B. 1!, Flnlinson Refunding drainage district bonds. Same action. 8. B. 87. Htahle Automobile corpora-tions. Same action. S. B. 94. O'Uonnell F.stabllshed routes for automobile corporations. Same action. H. B. 44, Punyon College funds. Signed bv president. H. B. 67, Paxman Barber shops and pool halls. Signed by president. H. B. 2S WelsJv School budgets. Signed by president. 8. B. 76. llvan Bounties. Advanced to third reading calendar ayes 14, nays 2. absent 4. Hule suspended, bill passed ayes 10. nays 4. 8. B. 116. Dixon Provo bay. Itul suspended, taken up out of order, ad-vanced and passed, each vote, ayes 14, absent 6. 8. B. 104, Dixon Transferring Stat water filing to the federal govern-ment; on similar action, advanced ayes 15, absent 6; passed ayes 14, aD-se- nt 0. S. B. 130, Westphal S'tate histor-ian. Favorable report of education, Second reading calendar. H. B. 69, Hamilton (iardner Medals. Amended and passed ayes 19, absent 8 B. 106, Funk Stray hogs. Passed ayes 35, absent 6. 8. B. 75, Warnlck Clgsrets. Amend-ed, advanced and passed ayes 19, ab-ae- 1. In the House Action on Bills House bill 85, Mrs. Graham Relat-ing to qualifications for entering school for trained purees, liefeated, 17 yeas, 16 nays, 8 absent. S. C. M. 3, Jenson Urging eongretfi to appropriate $1)00,000 for Great Sail Lake basin project. Signed by Speaker McKell. House bill 60, Hlek.man Creating a state park commission. Passed, wltb senate amendments. Signed by Speak-er McKell. House bill 80. Jacobs Kequlrtnq railroad companies to employ ful. crews on light engines. Unfavorably reported by committee on labor. House bill 90, Andrus Prescribing the qualifications of locomotive engi-neers, train conductors, flagmen and dispatchers. Unfavorably reported by committee on labor. House bill 154, Goggln Crentlns T'tah Mothers' monument commission. Withdrawn, after unfavorable report by committee on public buildings and grounds. House bill 9, H. Gardner Delating to unlawful wearing of use of mili-tary medals of honor. Signed by Speak-er McKell. House bill 104, Tetty Increasing foes of clerk of district court. Killed by striking out the enacting clause. House bill 145, Stark Authorizing, the hoard of examiners to order an audit of the books, records and ac-counts of state 'departments and in-stitutions. Favorably reported by com-mittee on corporations and placed on calendar. House bill 13S, Dyreng Relating t Irrigation districts. Favorably report-ed by committee on irrigation antf placed on calendar. House bill 179. Rowan Providing for the appointment of a com.miHsloB of five citizens to investigate and se-cure bids for the removal and recoct structlon of the Utah state penitenti-ary. Favorably reported with amend-ments by committee on prison ur4 penitentiary and placed on calendar. Senate bill 44, Dixon Increasing th salary of the comml,sioner of insun ance from $2500 to $3600 per annum Favorably reported, with amendments by committee on real estate and in eurance and placed on calendar. House bill l.'H, Mrs, Kmart Amend-ing the law relating to the practice of medicine. lleported. with amend-ments, by committee on public healtlr and placed on calendar. Senate bill 75, Warnick Collection of clgaret stamp revenue to be bud-geted. Returned by the commutes on Judiciary and referred to commit tot on revenue and taxation. Ho'jffl nil S4, .1. II. Gardner Relat-ing to annual tax levies in cities l'as,ed. Senate bill Ofl Jenson Increasing fe for drawing additional jurors In civil cases from $0 to $50. Signed b Speaker McKell. Senate bill 70, Jenson Providing for an alternate Juror In protracted trial of a criminal case. Signed b Speaker McKell. S. B. 61, Ityan Providing that de-cisions of the Utah supreme court shall be sent to county attorneys-Passe- 52 yeas; no nays; 2 absent. ,S. B. 8. Jenson Making release ot attachments apph table to garnish-ments. Passed 52 yeas, no nays; I absent. 8. B, 69. Jenson Increasing the fee for drawing additional Jurors from $30 to $50. Passed 48 yeas; no nays; T absent. S. B. 70, Jenson Providing for an alternat Juror In protracted trial ol fielony case. Passed 60 yas; no nay; absent. 1 PRIEST SCOUTMASTER Rev. Thomas Berry of Milwaukee, Wis, has the distinction of being the only Catholic priest scoutmaster of the American boy scouts In the coun-try. Father Berry Is a great favorite with the scouts In Milwaukee. Padres of "Toc-H- " on World Tour D (7 ' V U filler B sal ; minium rm aa w ... Mi Left to right, above, are pictured Itev. M. P. O. Leonard, P. S. C, and Rev. P. B. Clayton, the chief padres of the Talbot house, "Toc-H,- " as they ar-rived In New Tork on the first leg of their tour around the world. They carry with them a manuscript from the prince of Wales and also a lamp of main-tenance, which Is given to every chapter of the Toc-H- . The Toe is the British signaller's way of saying the letter "T." So "Toc-H- " stands for Talbot house. Shake Hands With Mr. Yi If you should happen to lie on the Cote d'Azur and should chance to meet a young man who signs himself Henry I'll YI, know that yoil have en-countered the erstwhile emperor of China who Is touring Europe because he has nothing else to do. Paris Figaro. Traveling Libraries More than .500,1 MK) books were cir-culated lust year In Saskatchewan by the traveling libraries that reach the settlers and (lie smaller municipalities. There are more than 1,000 of these li-braries. It Is said that each hook Is read by 17 fumllles In the course of the year. I. ACTRESS GETS A TITLE Beatrice Llllle, now playing In Chi-cago In "Chariot's Revue," whose hus-band has Just become the new Sir Robert Peel, baronet. Inheriting the title and estates of his father, the fourth baronet of Drayton manor, Tamworth. Miss Mllie, who plays the part of a Jester, will not abandon the stage. Almost as Good as California Congresswomun Mae K. Nolan of California and her daughter Corliss found their way Into the conservatories of the Department of Agriculture the other day while a snowstorm was raging outside, and were delighted to discover there some real oranges growing on a real orange tree. Timber Lasted Well Believed to be the last old timber bridge to be used for heavy trallic In England, the bridge at North Setiton, Northumberland, over the River Wans-bec-has been In use for well over hulf a century. It Is to be replaced by a new steel viaduct 1,041, feet long. Missed His Offspring A fanner sent the following letter to the admiralty: "My youngest son has gone away and enlisted In the navy. 1 can't get him out. Won't you help me? He is a good boy and I was bringing him up for my own use." Hides of water buffaloes are being shipped from China to the United States for manufacture Into suitcases. A "pick-up- " motor sweeper, with gutter broom, for denning streets, re-quires only one man for operation. France's Envoy Comes With Family i Wv-- as vi- i , ag s N' - Jf--- ss x7T-- ..fWvf I feaaaMfiBBL-- HI Emile Daeschner, new French ambassador to the United States, arrived In New l'ork on the S. S. Paris, with his wife and two daughters, Antoinette and Irene. M. Daeschner succeeds Jules Jusserand, dean of the Washington diplomatic corps. FOREGOES SOCIETY r . Washington Is short one debutante. All the girls scheduled to make their Im.w to capital society this season have been presented except Countess Felicia tiizycka, only daughter of Countess Eleanor Gizycka and grand daughter of Robert Patterson of Chi-cago and Washington. Countess Feli-cia has passed up the gaieties of the Washington season for a T. W. O. A. course in cafeteria management.