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j THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN, 4 UTAiH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1912. J? .
I 1 OGDEN THEATRE j 1 TONIGHT 1 H' "THE GROUCH CURE" I I . I George Sidney ! (HIMSELF) I In a Whirlpool of Laughter I j I A Musical Bubble, with a Host of 1 I Fun Dispensers, including I the Clever Comedienne I z$$ro Whfoir I Together With a Singing, Dancing and I Laughing Lot of Pretty Girls 1 PRICES 25c to $1.50 3 I I Utah National Bank I H I OGDEN, UTAH 1 H 1 United States Depositary 8 H I Capital and Surplus, $180,000 1 I S Gives Its Patrons the I I I Fullest Accomodation I I I Consistent with Safe I I 1 and Conservative I I Banking HI I RALPH E. HOAG, President. 1 H & HAROLD J. PEERY, Vice-President. 1 H LOUIS H. PEERY, Vice-President. 1 H I A. V. McLNTOSH, Cashier. H FRIENDS FEAR FOR 1 JOHN HAYS HAKJMOND H WHO IS IN1 MEXICO. fs WMpm pjpH wtik 'c 'tiffs' t -s " f st?x, if fi'HftVS HAMMOND'' IOMT feffVMIUICAn I-WC1V Hj NBW YORK. Fob 9. Friends of H .fohn Hays Hammocd aro becoming B anious for his safety. Mr. Hammond H v nt into the slate of Morales ten H ci:.js ago to look after an irrigation H project, and nothing has been heard H fiom him In the last few days Ills H project h in the heart of the rovolu- H tionary districts. H POPE PIUS BESTOWS H HIS BENEDICTION H Salt Lake Council Knights of Colum- H bus Recipient of Special Favor H Of Roman Pontiff. H SALT LAKE, Feb. ft A letter was H received Thurrday uflernoon, by W H. H Leary from Cardinal Mcrrl del Val. H private secretary to Pope Pius X, H statin? that tho" popo had bestowed H the apostolic benediction on the Salt H Lake Council of the Knights of Co- Hj lumbus. in response to the expre3- H sion sent the Vatican of the loyally and H devotion of Uie council. Grand Knight H W. II. Lcary of the council wrote the H cardinal recently expressing pleasure H nt tho elevation of three Americans H to the cardlnalatc, as follows: H Salt Lake City, Nov. 29, 1911. H His Eminence. Cardinal Morrl Del H Val, secretary of state, the Vatican, H Rome, Italy: H Your Eminence Appreciating the H 'honor which, woe conferred upon our H country, and particularly upon the H Catholics therein, by tho elevation to H tho cardinolate of throe Amorlcans, H Salt Lake council No. 602 of tho B Knights of Columbus respectfully re- Hj q uosts thai you convey to his holl- H ncBs, Popo Plus X, our sincere ap- pjpjH m Constipation, Torpid Llvor, n H M Biliousness, Slok Headacho and H Hl &j all Stomach Disorders positively H i and permanently cured by B H 3 Thoy clear up tho ekln, tone m j o up tho eutlro oystem and mako 9 H u yon fool like u now person. B HHM H Alvrnyn Veop a bos on hand. I V - 2&Q. At nil dnigglata. M preciation of the dignity bestowed up on us. We take this occasion also of pledg ing the loyalty of the 300 members of our council to the Catholic faith, and can assure you that wo but ex pross the sentiments of a total mem- oAlP of an rder approximating JGO,000 men, whom we believe to be the flower of American civic lire Respectfully, (Signed) WILLIAM H. LEARY. The cardinal wrote In reply: SegrcterJa di Stato, dl Sua Santlta, Dal Vatlcano, Jan 19, 1912 Mr. William H. Leary, Salt Lako City, Utah. Dear Sir I had tho pleasure of con VeiuS to bls nollness. In accordance with lour desire, the expression of your appreciation of the elevation to the sacred purple of three distln gulshed members of tho American hierarchy. His holiness was pleased tn lenrn flint ih. .i. ... , . C . u rtuuuii oi uie noiy seo had been received Jn tho states with such universal satisfaction and deeply appreciated the sentiments of loyalty and deot!on on the part of such a representative bodv as the Knights of Columbus- The" holy fath er moreover most cordially bestowed his apostolic benediction upon you and upon all the members of the coun- Acsiirlng von of my esteem, I am Yours faithfully In J C ' (SIpjicd.) n. CARD. MERRI DEL VAL. .nn . POLICE JOIN IN SEARCH FOR MISING MAN No Trnco Yet of G. W. Nelson, Who Diaappcarcd from Home Last Wednesday Night. n SyirJ',AKB' Feb' 9--The family of G. W. Nolson, 050 South Main street, appealed to the police this morning to make a search for Nelson, who disappeared from his home Wednes day night at 8 o'clock. Nelson left his home ostensibly to attend a meet ing of the Danish Brotherhood and has not ben seen since. Although a Swede by birth. Nelson lived many years in Donmnrk, and Is a member of tho brotherhood He was formerly president of the Nelson Glove company and Is a glove maker by trade. Ho has a wire and three daughters, all residing m Salt Lake City. The missing man is described as being 67 years of age. dark" complex ioned, veishs about 110 pounds, five feet seven and one-hnlf inches tall, and when he left home was wearing n black stilt hat, a mixod gray suit and a dark ovorcoaL Nelson's hair is turning gray and ho wears a full, heavy beard. Mrs. Nelson told the pollco that sho did not bolievo her husband had much money on him. Sho said that on one occasion he drank too much and re mained out all night, but that his habits wore good and that he was In good circumstances financially. The police are making every effort to lo cate Nelson. STATEMENT BY OTTOMAN EMBASSY WASHINGTON, Feb. 9. A state ment Issued by the Imperial Ottoman embassy here says: "Tho commander of the Ottoman forces at BonghazI telegraphs to tho Ottoman ministry of war at Constan tinople that in the course of threo nocturnal attacks by the Ottoman troops in the second 'half of January, the Italians had four hundred killed In splto of tho protection afforded by their forta and fleet. The Ottoman losses wore 30 killed and 40 wounded. Tho Italians have abandoned a con siderable quantity of provisions and mules." Read the Classified Ads. "IMIDUE'S TRIP TO GERMANY IS STILL AfflYSTERY LONDON, Feb. 10. Tho -f British govorumont Inquired of -f the Berlin government las'. De- comber, according to tho Dally -i- News, whether Germany was -r willing to arrange a world- wide entente Germany, tho -f -f paper says, welcomed the pro- f- posals. The negotiations have -f continued since that time and 4- Viscount Haldano's visit to Ber- lin marks a crucial point la -- 4- tho discussion. LONDON, Feb. 9. Whether tho overtures for the visit to Berlin of the British secretary otf war. Viscount Haldano, originated In England or in Germany Is disputed, but It Is Impos sible longer to dlsgulso tho momen. toua character of tho mission. Thoro aro not wanting- those who oven be lieve that tho lssuo of war or peace depends upon Its success or failure The vlalt of Viscount Haldano is largely associated In the public mind with tho speech of David Lloyd George, chancellor of tho exchequer, at the city of London Liberal club, February 3, In which tho chancellor said the moment waa auspicious for a discussion of the reduction In arma ments, which was considered as an effort looking to the conciliation of Germany At present, howovor, it Js Impos sible to define tho subjocts of tho mis sion of Viscount Haldano. Political activity Is not confined to Borlln. Mr. Lloyd-George had an aud ience with King Oeorgo today, and tho king's secretary, Lord rnollys, was busy between Buckingham palaco and the foreign office and tho resi dence of Preraior Asqulth. According to Bome-newspapors, Col onial quostlons and tho posslblo con. cession to Germany of Wllflsh bay, on tho soutuweBt const of Africa are under consideration. The Dally Telegraph understands that Viscount Haldano will not dis cuss specific proposals for a reduction In armaments and that in result is Ilkoly to follow his visit to Germany excopt the creation of an atmosphere favorable to closer relations between Great Britain and Gorraany oo THE TRUE TEST. Tried in Ogden; It Has Stood the Test. The hardest teBt Is the test of time, and Doan's Kidney Pills havo stood It well In Ogden. Kidney sufferei'6 can hardly ask for stronger proof than tho following: Mrs. F J. Moody, 92S Capitol ave nue, Ogden, Utah, says: "Doan's Kidney Pills brought a wondorful change In my condition In less than a month. I suffered Intensely from swelling of my feet and limbs. Noth ing helped me at all until I began us ing Doan'B Kidnoy Pills. Although I may seem incredible, the contents of one box cured me. It is a pleasure to recommend Doan's Kidney Pills " (Statement given July, 1906.) Confirmed Proof. Mrs. Moody was Interviewed on July 29, 1909, and she confirmed the above testimonial In the following words: "I can Btlll recommend Doan'a Kidney Pills hlghlv and I willingly allow the publication of my former endorsement. This remedy has cer tainly been of great benefit to mo" For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Fostor-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doans and 'ake no other. oo LOCAL SHOPHI LSI! H i!01 SALT LAKE CITY, Feb 0 W. E. Rhodes, president of tho local feder ation of Harrlman lino shop employes, confirmed today the report from Chi. cago that a union of all the em ployes of tho mechanical departments of tho westoru railroads would be held at Kansas City on March 15th and added that tho plan was to include engineers, llromon, conductors, switch men and hrakomon, as woll as shop men Tho first demand, ho said, would bo for recognition of the fed eration, a question to which tho mat ter of wasos Is considered secondary. Tho mechanics" organization of which Mr. Rhodes is the president, haB been on a strike since last September. uu MAYOR PARK VAS NOT MISQUOTED This, In Reply to a Question by tho Herald-Ropubllcan. SALT LAKE, Feb 9. Referring to tho fact that Tho Herald-Ropubllcan this morning editorially asked for an explanation as to whether Mayor Park or tho Deserot News had otate aa untruth in regard to the resignation of William J Barrotto, as corporation counsel, Mayor Park said today that even to this date Mr. Barrotto ha3 not "resigned," and that ho Is still corporation counsel Mayor Park wont on to explain that Mr. Barrotto first found that the work In tho city at torney's office required additional holp. By the appointment of addl. tlonal counsel, the relief was secured. Afterward Mr. Barretto found that tho work was too heavy to handle and take care of his other work, so ho ask ed that he bo "loloased" ae soon as satisfactory arrangements could ho made. Thinking that the matter could he Semite and Siire .You, also, shouJd give ap proval to this efficient family i remedy your bowels will be ' regulated so surely and safely ; your liver stimulated; your digestion so improved by BEECfMM'S PILLS i "adjusted and tho city commission re tain Mr. Bnrrotte'fl Eervlccs, tho let ter was only discussed Informally, as a rouUne matter of business. Tho re-arrangoment of the work In the of llco of cltv attorney was discussed and then It was proposed to securo the services of Mr. Yarlan, and have him dovoto Tils ontlro lime to the po sition of corporation counsel Tho mnyor added that thero Is no politi cal difference whatever between Mr. Banetto and tho commissioners, nnd that he has been correctly quoted in Tho News. The following statoment from May or Park explains all thero is to ex plain: "To tho Editor of tho Descret News. "In reply to your inquiry, Mr. Bar. retto Intimated to mo early In January nnd bofore his appolntmont was con flrmnri Hint hn holloved that the de mands of tho office of corporation counsel would bo moro severe than ho could comply with, and that some ar rangements looking toward relief of pressure of work would have to be pro vided This waa done in tho appoint ment of an additional attorney and later tho appointment of corporation counsol was mode and confirmed On Fob. 1, I received from Mr Barrette a communication rostatlng his opln. Ion that the domands of tho office, wero such that he would be unablo to continue, and asking that ho be re leased This was not taken up for mally by tho commission until Feb G, when Mr. Varian was asked to ac copt tho appointment, which appoint, ment was mado Feb 8, and will take effect Feb 13. In tho meantime. Mr Barrette Is still corporation counsel and tho board'3 compllanco with his request for a relcaso doos not become effective until .Feb 13. "SAM C PARK." NOTICE. At the request of numerous friends, Mrs Margaret Tout Browning hn6 de cided to teachr a limited number in voice production and singing Lessons may be arranged for at 641 27th st, where sho will bo Saturdaj' of each week. UD BSHI APPEARS BEFOREJHQUIItY WASHINGTON, Feb. 9 William J Bryan was the first witness to be summoned before the houso commit tee on banking and currency to tes tify in tho "monoy trust" investiga tion, which tho Democratic caucus, le pudlating Mr. Bryan's demaAd for a special committee, referred to stand ing committees of the house Mr Bryan trod on the toes of tho Democratic members of tho commit tee when ho recently declared th"? "money trust" thought It could con trol tho committee. The committeo Insists that Mr. Bryan explain what ho meant- notwlthstnncllnt' fhnt Mr Bryan's adherents In the caucus Wed. nosday offerod a" resolution which was adopted, expressing confldenco in the Integrltv of tholr colleagues on that committee. "The committeo Is a unit," 3ald Representative Pnjo, chairman of the banking and currency committee, "In tho decision that Mr. Bryan must ox plain to us exaly what he means." rlhls Is whutrsrtr, Bryarf IS credited with saying about the committee: "Democrats, hewaro! The monoy trust having failed In Its efforts to prevent an in-estigation is now fry ing to force an Investigation of the banking committee. The fact that the money trust want3 that committee en trusted with the investigation is proof positlvo that It thinks It can control that committee. ' In marked contrast to the proposals made by Representative Henry of Tex as, chairman of tho rules committee, for an investigation of tho money trust, was a resolution introduced to day by Representative Pujo, elimin ating all spec.fic reference to tho ' money trust." Tho Pujo resolution was approved by the majority members of the com mittee to which the Democratic cau cus referred most of tho inquiry Rep resentative Vrooland, ranking Ropuh? lican member, first Ineffectually at tempted to have tho Republican mem bers invited Into the committee meet ing. The Pujo resolution was reforred to the rules committee It sets forth that tho "committee Is desirous of se curing full and complete information legardlng the banking and currency conditions of the country for tho pur pose of determining what legislation Is needed " Thero are no specific reference in the resolution to control of monej by financial groups and their domination of railroads. Industrial corporation national banks and tho New York stock exchange and clearing houpo "This resolution has been Introduc ed by mo upon my own rc-sponslbllltr and reflects only my personal views.'' said Representative Pujo, after the conference of Democrats "Thore han been much loose talk of uninformed persons about monopolistic control of financial conditions In this country Should such conditions exist, no doubt legislation along proper line" not only will be recommended bj thu committee on banking and currency, but will be enacted bv the house Tho monetary system of this country Is a scientific and not a political question. It should be investigated along theso lines " LYNCH APPROVES LEAGIIECOH TRACTS NEW YORK, Fob. 9. President Lynch of the National league today announced approval of the following contracts nnd releases-, Contracts With Boston, J W. Brady. Brooklyn Sylvester E. Breen, C. Sanford Burk, Jud L. Daly. Elliott E Dent, B. H Jones. Chicago Jamos Lavender, Edgar Lennox, Charles W. Moore. Earl V. Moseloy, Harry Mclntyre, George B. Schlei, Victor S Saler. Cincinnati R. p. Almeida, J. D. Bogby, Arthur Frommc, Harry Cas par, Edward L. Grant, Hanson Hor sey, Bert Humphrey, Charlos McDon ald, John B, McLean, Armando Mar sans, Elmer Miller, M. F. Mitcholl. 1912-1913; M J. Murphy, Arthur Phe lan, CInton Propgh, Michael Reltz, Fernand M. Schupp, Henry Sevorold, L. J. Shlnnera George F. Suggs, How ard P. Williams. Philadelphia 0. C. Cravath, Thom as Doncy, Lee Hart, Harold Ireland, Thomas Seaton, James C. Ward. Releases By Brooklyn to Spring field, C. L., Frank Farroll; to South ' Bend, C. L L. J. Maddon. ETTOR IS HELD AS ACCESSORY IN !U CASE LAWRENCE, Mass., Feb. 9. 4- Joseph J. Ettor and Arturo Glovanu'ttl, who until their ar. rest were in charge of tho f strike of textile operatives hero, -t- were arraigned today charged -f 4- with being acccsaorfes to tho -f- f murder of Anna Loppcl, who -4- 4- was shot during the riot on 4- 4- January 29. The case was con- 4- 4- tlnuod until Monday. 4- 4- 4- The two letters written by Vincent St. John, general secretary-treasurer of tho Industrial Workers of tho World, figuring In today's hoarlng One was addressed to Ettor and tho other to William D Haywood, the western labor leader, who is assist ing Uie strikers In one letter, St John wrote. "A win at Lawrence moans a start that will only ond with the downfall of tho wage system." Letter to Haywood. In tho letter to Haywood, St John said: "I want to suggest that if tho strike Is to be of any length tho practice of trying to cirry It on by paying strike benofits and opening a commissary must be cut out. There is no chanco to win anything that way Those are out-of-dato methods. "Get those 1G.000 or 20,000 organ ized to break Into the Jail and mako the county feed them while they aro on strike Organize them to go back Into tho mills and fight thero. Got thorn back as an organization, with the understanding that thov are to contlnuo to fight," That Ettor In one of his speeches urged tho strikers to "keep the gun shops busy," and declared that he waa going to got a gun himself, was tho testimou of two newspaper men call ed to tho stand. Arrangements were completed to night for sending 200 children of the strikers to New York tomorrow to bo cared for during the rest of the strike. uu- Lt us figure on your printing. Dee Printing Oo., 2562l Wash. - rm WILSON'S STRAIGHT DEMOCRATIC TALK FRANKFORT, Ky., Feb. 9 Wood row Wilson expounded his Icws of Domocracy to tho Kentucky legisla ture this afternoon, giving "what ho termed "a straight Democratic talk " Late tonight he spoke at a banquet given by the Woodrow Wilson league of Kentucky. Early in his speech before the leg islature, Mr. Wilson brought out hie Idea of "a system of trusteeship' which ho fenid grow out of t"he power wielded by the big Interests In the po. Htlcal world by "men who could not seo farther than across the directors' table Charging that roprosentatlvo offlco holders were guldod by these men, ho said government virtually resolved It self Into a trusteeship. "Tneso men consider themselves guardians of the country," ho said, "they don't bellevo tho Judgment of the people is sound, hence the guard ianship. At times It Is necessary In furthering these interests to promote artificial prosperity or its roveise Wo should not be ufraid of threats of the reverse, but combat them with facts gained only by assensltlvo knowledge of business as those men have themselves "Privilege this gho3t has captured buolncss. No business Is free and the whole situation shows an artificial ad vantage Businessmen aro afraid to talk and this tremor clutching busi ness is proof of the gilp of privil ege. "Our laws of twenty years ago do not fit conditions today We stand In tho pre3enco of a new order of tilings Formerly the people were against a change, but now Uiev know It Is neces sary " Mr Wilson snid he would not at tempt to lovolutlonlze tho entire bus iness fabric at ono upheaval, but would try to "clear the channel," giv ing big business Intorests a chanco to readjust themselves on the theory that big business w.th prlvllego Is bad, but big business proporly oper atcd Is good. Speaking of the "Insurgents," Gov ernor Wilson said, "they have swunt; around and arourrd until their pnn- I clplos are ours with the exception of the tariff" oo PLAYHOUSE MANAGER IS LOST FROM VIEW Harry Rovler, Formerly In Charge of Majestic Theater, Disappears Ow ing Many People Money. SALT LAKE, Feb 9. The stage manager, ticket sellers, ushers, chorus girls nnd owners of the lease on tho Mnjestlc theater in East First South street, near Stato street, would bo grateful for Information that will lead to the discovery of the whereabouts of Harry Revler, erstwhile manager of the show house. He has gone, no one seems to know where. In front of the box office, In which sat a pretty young woman who sold tickets, hangs a sign which says, "Closed for repairs." The electric current Is shut off bo cause of an unpaid bill amounting to $96, and the chorus girls and other employes of the house aro mourning the loss of salary. Just when Revler left is a mystory. Tho only thing of material value that has beon seized is a touring automo bile which Is held by the State Bank How's This? We offrr Ooo Hundred Dollnr Howard for nr caw or CaUrrh tint caniioi bo dirtd bj- Haifa Catarrh Cure F. J. CHENEY it CO., Toledo. O. Wc. the undcrsleneO. baTe known P. j Cbcnejr for the last lo yea", nud btlJoTo hln! perfectly honorable lu all bu!nei transaction! nnd DoaneUllr Io to carry out nny oulljatloua mule by bla Arm. WALDING, KINNAN &. MARVIN Wholesale Druggists, Toledo 'o. Ifflll'a Calorrh Cure l tafcru Internally, aellnjt directly upon tbn blood and mucoua mrfacwor tbo ytem. 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S Ln Pollette 's Weekly, One Tear .J. . . . ,i 1.00 ) Total value of both papers ..il...J.....$1.75 1 r""' Y 1 m Our price for 30 days for The Evening Standard for 1 -i W ' One Month and La Follette's Weekly for One Year.. $1.35 If you want to know the facts about what ' is going on in this nation, then read I $H9 m I ,-Courag 1 La rollette s Weekly rfjS P I Witt of Utah to securo a nolo signed by Revler. The theater Is the property of the Clayton Investmont company. The Western Amusement companv, of which J. Howard Garrett Is president, held a three-year lease on tho build ing, and the leace has one year more to run The company leased the place to ReUer, the rental being $500 por month. A bond of $3,000 given to the Clayton Investment company Is Blgned by tho Western Amusement company. Revlor was formeily assoclatod with Ma Florence In the moving picture business. Somo time aso he Invested all thq money he could get hold of In a schemo to manufacture films of western scenes, but the venture proved disastrous. None or his friends or business associates know when he left or where he has gone. No effort Is being made by the authorities to locate him, as no criminal charge has been filed against him STENOGRAPHER FEES li LORIMER CASE WASHINGTON, Feb. 9. Public hearlnsa in the second senatorial In vestigation Into tho election of Sena tor Lorlmer wero declared closed to day by Chairman Dllllngbam of the senate Lorlmer committee. Attornoy Hanecy, representing Senator Lorl mer, was given permission to file a hrlef that the senator's election had been adjudicated before the present Investigation began, and therefore It could not be tho subject of a second investigation Tho Inquiry has proved ono of the most exhaustive over made by a con gressional committeo. In the eight months' hearing 1,000 pages of print ed testimony were taken, constituting 5.000,000 words. It is estimated that stenographers fees alono reached $15,000 The closing hour was a verltablo love feasL The attorneys explalnod that they had never lntendod really to display temper, and tho committee added it had not entertained like In tentions. M W. Blumenberg, the official ste nographer who was discharged for his conduct bofore the committeo on Saturday night, wrote a letter of pro fuse apology, which was read Into the records. Edward HInes,. the last witness, de nied he had ever attempted to bribe Miss Helen Seavers, a- local telegraph operator, to see a message a private detective had sent. BOY SCOUT LEADERS GIVE BANQUET TO POWELL NEW YORK, Feb. 9. Leaders of the boy scout mocment gave a dinner tonight in honor of Lieutenant General Robert S. Banden-Powell, loader of tho movement In England. The din ner was attended by more than 600 men and women from all parts of tho country Glfford Plnchot, the toastmapter, Introduced the British officer aa one who had put together a concrete and workable plan for guiding the activity of boys. Into proper channels. "Wc are suffering from ovor-clvil-izatlon,' " said the lloutonant general. "Wo need to give moro attention to having our boys devolop physically and in that way to gel manliness In them to a greator extent than possible ' through our schools, great as they arc. One thing wc aim for In the organiza tion ot boy scouts Is to put charactor Into the lads by means of which they win enjoy to learn for themselves." INTERNATIONAL SUGAR CONGRES8 AT BRUSSELS BRUSSELS, Fob. 9. At tho Inter national sugar congress today, Ger many, who had once refused to agree to Russia increasing her exports be yond 150.000 tons, announced that Bhe would consont to the export of 200,000 tons InBtead of the 500,000 tops asked. Tho compiomise hardly had beon accomplished when the Gorman dele gates declared that only 150,000 tons must be exported during tho current ' l ii -- j ear, and that the remainder must bo 4-, spread ovor from two or throe years. I W3," '. This restriction the Russians reso- 1' lutcly refused to accept An adjourn- $:??a ment was taken until Monday, when I J2'.' a final effort will be made b reach an 1 ,12;' agreement. ,W&' UU ;-, PLAN CONSOLIDATION OF Pn MANY DEPARTMENTS 'W'dw WASHINGTON, Feb. 9,-The con- .wi 8; solldntion of the revenue cutter ser- ' 5(Wra! vice, the lighthouse service, the life- ' I3PJi saving service, the coast and geodetic iWwwl survey In a single bureau under tho 5feili navy department was proposed ln a Tmjrap bill Introduced In. the house today by $??ai! Representative Foss of Illinois," for- jfisitttl mer chairman of the house committee "fnieoi on naval affairs. -'iW1'??; nit . 'SLfJvn $30,000 REGISTERED fft PACKAGES LOST gw SANTIAGO DE CUBA, Feb. 9. Two IS? registered packages, containing $30,- fitai'rtn 000. consigned to the Spanish bank at WliX Havana, has disappeared from the ' ImSiTi postofnee. It is supposed they were , Iswf stolen by two postal clerkB, who are ' believed to have embarked, on board m&Z ship at Antllla for Jamaica. JiK??1 oo i!,, . .iSgci SALT LAKE WANTS .. j JVtoi, MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP l)VyV 4-. 'yiwrc SALT LAKE CITY, Feb. 9. , ,l!Nr f The extension of municipal 4- &&. 4- ownership to lncludo an elec- !'& trie light plant, gas plant and er.-.l asphalt repair plant was con- H sldercd by the city commission 4- JisW today. All of this service is Mw f obtained now by contract. ; a ' ; 'Mh I -Uia iL jHifk lTBLEFlf 1 CHOICEST I ' JS,1' mmm & IMPORTED BY . Vu UMusnu i i& i SAN FRANCISCO. SB H HALF PDUHD JJ " '!! li 0S ead tho Classified Ads. &&(Jx'