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jl THE SALTIjAIEE XraBU-ETE: WJfiDNJESDAlT JSlORXrSG, OASTUAlfY t, ,.
If WOMAN EN BULL PEN
If Her Six-Year-Old Daughter
l' Accompanied Her.
SHE JEEREB AT SOLDIERS
i. Relc&se Qrderad by the Mili
I tary Authorities,
' Ordered to Leave Cripple Creek Dis
trict, Woman Became Defiant and
'" Is Still Held in Prison,
Cripple Creek, Colo.. Jan. Mrs.
i Thomas Evans and her 6-year-oIil daugh
1 tcr. who wcro taken from their ho.ne at
I Anaconda to the bullpen yesterday for
Jterinf,' at soldiers and non-union miners.
, have boon released by the military author
I itles. after being severely reprimanded.
I -Mrs. Evans wat ordered to leavo the dla
i trlct, and as alio refused to do 30 she
Is Htlll conllned In the bullpen.
DECIDE FOR DEFENDANTS.
Suit Against Stratton Estate Adjusted
in Denver by Judge Riner.
. Denver, Colo., Jan. Z.ln the case of
1 1 the Siratton's Independence Mining com
I i. any of London against the executors of
the- estate of the late Wlnllcld S. SLrnt
lon. the Cripple Creek millionaire, claim
ing $0,000,000 damages for the alleged snlt
, ing of the Independence mine before Us
tale to the English company. Judge Riner
In tho United Stntcc court this afternoon
decided for the defendants. The grounds
1 for the defense were:
First, that the sale was made by Mr
Stratton to ;i company of which he Was
a member, puyment being made In stock.
It being held that a m&n cannot defraud
Second, the mine has produced $10,000.
I 0"0 in gold since the sale, which Is more
I than the selling price.
Third, the present suit was filed against
the executors of- the estate before they
i Fourth, the death of Stratton before
the filing of the suit ended according to
English law under which the company Is
incorporated, any rights to demand dam
age the company may have had.
J Judge Riner held that any on? of the
, four grounds for defense Is sufficient.
1 The attorneys for the plaintiff were given
permission to present arguments on a
1 bill of exceptions tomorrow.
Three Young Men Plead Guilty to the
I Denver, Colo., Jan. 5. P'rcderlek O. Ar
' nold, Newton A. Andrews anil Charles O.
! Peters, aged respectively IS. 22 and 21
far., pleaded guilt when arraigned in
the- Criminal court this afternoon on an
information charging them with the mur
l i Ier of Mr.. Anamanda Youngblood. who
I1 was Knot de-tnl "at her home In Valveredo
i last Thursday ulsht. Their trial was set
At the Coroner's inquest Arnold and An
I ihews admitted that they llrcd the shots
1 which killed Mrs. Youngblood and wound-
fit her yon Robert, who Is still alive but
Is not expected to survive. Peters said he
l I was present but did not shoot.
, II The throe youths dlspluyed much cmo
I tlon as they told of their crime, the mo
tlvc of which was robbery.
I - il
IlJ DEAD NEAR HIS CABIN.
, Young Haif-Breed Indian Found
i "With Bullet Through Head.
"Vancouver. E. C, Jan, u. Capt. Wil
li Ham, a young half-breed Indian hunter
III who lived on Maria Island near Agnsslz,
j 1J. C, was found lying dend near his
cabin this morning with a bullet through
I his head. He had been missing live days,
j!' and it was at first thought he had been
1 1 n victim of foul play. The opinion now
1 seems to be, however, that he acciden
1 tally shot himself. lie went out hunting
jj last Friday. In the evening his dogs re
' turned without him. A search was made.
J but it was not until today that the re
mains were found lying in the bushes
only a few yards from his home, hl3 riilc
lylnjf beside bin.
I'1. ONE DAY IN JAIL.
Sentence Imposed Upon a Man Who
L Tried to Kill Another.
Denver, Jan. o, Charles T- Carnahan, a
' prominent mining man, who attempted to
I shoot Hugh L. Swearlngcn In the' Tiur
I llngton ticket office In this city on the
afternoon of August Sth, and who failed
only because, of his poor aim. pleaded
It guilty In the Criminal court to assault
with Intend to do great bodily Injury,
and Judge Booth Malonu. after reading
him a severe lecture, sentenced him to
I nerve one day In the county Jail and to
I 1 pay a fine of ?500. Afterward the sen
I, tence was suspended on payment of the
i flue and costs.
Ij I MINERS DAID TO REST,
i , Funeral Over Bodies of Men Killed in
j j a Butte "Mine.
! Butte, Mont., Jan. 5. The remains of
5 I Samuel Olscn and Frederick Dlvel, who
j were killed In the Pennsylvania mine
: last Friday night, were burled today,'
funeral services over both beinir held In
i Miners Union hall. Many of the mines
, were clofled and the men attended In a
1 body. Mr. Glbbs of 8t, Paul's Eplaco
j pal church delivered the ticrmon. The In
quest Is still on. It la possible that a
verdict will be had late this afternoon
: j More than twenty witnesses have been
examined, but the blame for tho disas
ter has not been placed.
II ATTEMPTS HIS OWN LIFE.
A. W. Rogers Tries to Kill Himself
I il With a Knife.
IlJ "TRIBUNE SPECIAL.
11 Rawlins, Wyo., Janv 5, A. W. Rogers, a
lilJ gambler, last night attempted suicide with
'P a knife cutting a gash on each side of his
j 111 throat and In his breast Just below the
llfl heart. Rogers had been drinking heavily
19 but no signs of despondency had been
illj xhown until a few minutes before his rash
( H when he was heard praying in his
1 9 rcom. Two men heard him and when thoy
1 1d had wrested the knife from him he at
1 H tempted to get his fingers in tho wounds
I jj and tear the flesh.
H Decreaso in Stock Shipments.
H ! TRIBUNE SPECIAL.
PPH S Rw"Rf. V'yo.. Jan. 5The annual rc-
J 1 purt of the freight agent hero shows that
J S93 cars of stock have been shipped from
here during tho past year and IIS cars of
wool. There Is a decrease of nearly 200
cars In the stock shipments.
SUES FOR HEAVY DAMAGES.
James Anderson Demands Big Sum
From Wyoming Stockmen.
Rawlins, Wyo., Jan, 5. James Anderson
has filed suit In the District court against
"V. W. Wilson, Isauc Montgomery, John
McCary, Lockland Clendennlng, J. W.
Darr and Joseph Clendennlng for S3S.00O, I
He alleges that he wan arrested on April
7th of last yeur and taken In charge by
these men at Doxon, In this county: that
he was taken to Hahn'n Peak, Colo., by
force und without authority, as none of
tho plalntiffn are off'ecrs. and conllned In
jail for months. For this ho claims $10.
OCO. for thp disgrace and mental suffering
ho asks Sl.",0ty. All of the plaintiffs are
Audctson wns dismissed by the court,
but William Shaffer, who was arrested
at the same time, was sentenced to the
WHITE CAPPING THE CHARGE.
Montana Rancher Held to Court in
Great Falls, Mont , Jan. 5. J. M.
Rct-vcs, the Ilighwood rancher arrested
In this city Saturduy evening charged
with the attempted whilccapplng of
George Gould, a neighboring farmer and
husband of Reeves' former wife, was this
afternoon taken to Blt before Justlco
Descombes and his preliminary hearing
fixed for Frldav at 2 o'clock; ball was
fixed at 51000, which Reeves will give. The
officers are still working upon the case
but tho .ire no other warrants issued.
A. R. Wlney, the young man who was
Lrought from Ilighwood as tho victim of
a. hunting accident, seriously Injured
and lies at Columbus hospital. The offi
cers have Winey under surveillance pend
ing the result of Reeves' hearing.
CHECKING UP BOOKS.
Assaycr in Charge of Seattle Office
Boise, Ida., Jan. 5. T. G. Hathaway, as
saycr In charge of the Seattle- assay of
fice, has arrived in Boise and Is engaged
In checking over the various balances of
the local assay office, in pursuance of In
structions from Washington, in order to
make a settlement of the finances of the
office under the administration of II.
Smith Woolley. Mr. Hathaway docs no1:
como here to take charge of the office,
which Is to be left in the charge of J. W.
Robinson, who has for many years been
chief clery to the assaycr.
ADVANCE IN RICE.
Increase of Sevon Dollars Per Ton in
Japanese Product. '
Victoria, B. C. Jan. 5. Local Importers
of rice have been advised of an Increase
of $7 per ton In Japanese rice, a totnl ad
vance of $10 since December lGth, bring
ing the Import price to 5D1.50 per ton. Of
(lclal estimates of the yield of rice In Ja
pan this year, received today by the
steamship Empress of Japan, show a to
tal of W; koku, an advance of iU per cent
over the previous year.
GAMBLING TOOLS BURNED.
Paraphernalia Valued at Thousands
of Dollars Destroyed by Fire.
Wallace, "Ida., Jan. 5. Acting- under the
orders of District Judge Morgan, the
Sheriff of Shoshone county today publicly
burned all the gambling paraphernalia,
seized several days ago in a raid on the
gambling rrsorts of about twenty towns
In the Cocur d'Alene district. Devices of
all descriptions valued at many thousand
dollars, wore destroyed. Tho owners had
the paraphernalia insured and state that
they will hold the insurance companies
for their Iors.
AWARDED SALT LAKE CLUB.
Player Quick Not 'Purchased by New
Cincinnati, Jan. 5. The National base
ball commission met here today. Player
Quick was awarded to the Salt Lake City
club. It was decided that the New York
American League club had not purchased
ihe player. In tho caso of Pitcher Put
nam, who was fined $200 by the Seattle
club for Jumping to the New York Amer
icans, the commission decided It had no
LOGAN CHANGES HANDS. j
Mayor Robinson Now Guides the City
Logan, Jan. 5. Promptly at high noon
yesterday affairs .of tho city government
were turned over to the newlyrelected city
officials. Both the .retiring and the newly
rlcctcd were, present and the turning over
was dor.c with but little stir and cerc-monv.
Colorado Pioneer Crosses Divido.
Ft. Collins, Colo.. Jan. 5. John Baptlste
Provo3t, one of Colorado's carll?sl pio
neers, is dead at his horpe at La Port,
six miles northeast of Ft. Collins. Pro
vost came to Colorado with a band of fur
traders In 1S5S from his native town, Mon
treal, Can., und has been here ever since.
He has conducted a hotel at La Port for
many years. He was 81 years of age.
Prominent Young Idahoan Dead.
Idaho Falls. Ida., Jan. 5. Elijor For
bush died at his home in Iona, Ida., on
January Srd. He was a young man of
high standing in the community In which
ho lived, and leaves a young- wife and an
Top of Heafl Covered Willi Scales
Wliicli PeeM off Taking:
Hair witli Tiem.
iw Six Years Old will Thick
Hair and Clean Scalp.
"My baby tvaj about six weeks old
when the top of her head became cov- ,
ered with thick scales, which would
peel and como ofT, taking the hair with
It. It would soon form again and be as
bad as boforc. I tried soveral things
and then went to the doctor. He said
' It was Eczema, and prescribed an oint
ment, which did not do any good. A
friend spoko of Cutlcura Soap. I tried
It and read on tho wrapper about Cutl
cura Ointment as a remedy for Eczema.
I bought a box and washed her head in
warm water and Cutlcura Soap aud
gently combed the scales off. They did .
not come back and her hair grew out
flno and thick. Sho is now a year and
a half old and has no trace of lic7,ema."
MRS. C. W. BURGES.IranistauAvc.,
Bridgeport, Conn.. Fob. 21 1898.
Mrs. Burj:e3 writes Feb. 28, 1903:
"My baby, who had Eczema very
badly on her head, as I toid you boforo,
al'U;r using chc Cutlcura Remedies was
cured. She is now six years old and
has thick hair and a clean scalp."
Insiant relief and refreshing sleep
for skln-tortnred bablos and rest for
tired, worried mothers in warm baths
wltji Cutlcura Soap, and gentle anoint
ings with Cuticora Ointment, purest
of emollients uud greatest of skin enres,
to be followed In severe cases by mild
doses of Cuticura Resolvent. This Is
the purest, sweetest, most speedy, per
manent and economical treatment for
torturing, disfiguring, itchlnc, burning,
Weeding, scaly, crusted and pimnlvskin
and scalp humours, with Ios of hair, of
Infants und children, as well as adults,
and 5s sure to succeed when all other
remedies and the best physicians fail.
Mil Ihrncthout the nrM Cnll-nro nrvVrrnt. .TVj.
(In form at Chomlatt Cntl H'l,. IA trer tUI e( (r,
linlrnnt. .";.. Xy,p. f rVnM.c .n1nn. 2T Chnrirt.
r-.nui Sq i Parti. 5 itn if I PWi llo.!n. 1.T7 folum
bn Ar Pnllrr IJ-ur k Dun 'Virp.. Soi Proprietor
ITT KtnJ for Crrnl liunamir lnrr."
Infant child to mourn his loss, Tho fu
neral took place from the Iona church to
day. The remains were laid to rest In the
MUST TELL GRAND JURY. !
Men Interested in Alleged Graft Or
dered Before Court.
Riverside, f.'al.. Jan. .".Superior Judge
Noyes, In a supplemental charge to the
grand jury this morning, instructed that
body to make a rigid Inquiry into the sale
of Riverside county courthouse bonds. In
his charge to the jury Judge Noyes se
verely criticised the State Hoard of Ex
aminers in the incstment of State school
fundn, and Intlnated the misuse of cer
tain sums of "money. Judge Noyes asks
that Daniel Kevaae. II. I. Klrkwood, agent
of the Trowbrldgo Niver company of Chi
cago; F. 1 Dunbar, chairman of the
Hoard of Supervisors: W. V. Clancy.
Countv Auditor: V. M. Douglas and the
cashier of D O. Milk? Co., bankers,
through whom the alleged deal was con
summated, be subpoenaed and required to
toll the grand Jury what they know about
Witness Makes Startling Statement
in Trial at Georgetown.
Georgetown, Colo., Jan. o. The trial of
the union miners charged wtlh blowing up
the converting building of the Sun and
Moon mine at Idaho Springs last July
was resumed In the District court here
today. The only sensational testimony
presented today was that of A H. Col
burn, an Idaho Springs blacksmith, who
stated that J. E. Chandler, secretary of
the Idaho Springs Minors union, uld him
before the explosion that if the Sun and
Moon mine was reopened wtlh non-union
miners he (Chandler) would see to it that
it was blown. It Is said that the prose
cutldn expects to finish Its evidence b
next Thursday. The defense has eleven
witnesses to introduce.
Wanted on a Forgery Charge.
San Francisco, Jan, f. A. J. Powell, a
furniture salesman, who has been in tho
city since December 20th was arrested
here on telegraphic advice? from tin?
Chief of Police of Spokane. The advices
state that Powell Is wanted thereon a
forgery charge. Ho admitted that he had
put out some paper while in that city,
but would not say If it wns good or bad.
He came to San Francisco to look for
Attachment for Mrs. Ames.
San Francisco, Jan. 5. An attachment
wns lssuod by the, United States Altor
iiev today for Mrs. A. II. Ames of
Marshllcld, Or., the woman who claims
that she was brutally assaulted while on
the steamer Alliance some few months
ngo. She will be brought to this city to
appear against Thomas Davis to prose
cute him for a heinous crime which It Is
alleged he committed,
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!"Such thinking sends healing, rebuilding and ,ener-
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1 IT IS LOADED WITH COMMON SENSE. f
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X , every package of Postum Food Coffee and
a . Grape-Nuts, or sent postpaid on receipt of two
i. cents in postage stamps. 2
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e Battle Creek, Mich.
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MM Former $15 Suits and Overcoats, now $10.75. r 7 'JW
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' ' W If' Kersey Black and Blue Overcoats, 33l3 Per Cen Discount. 4
fli BMhV': Underwear and Fancy Hosiery Cut Une-Fourth. i f
W$ :T Vf Stiff and Soft Hats, all the fall blacks, includiag Stetson s, 25 Per 4 f$f&
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8 PORTLAND CEMENT, !
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;j PICTURE FRAVtrNQ
at Popular Prices.
American Wall Paper Co.
) 6 E. THIRD SOUTH.
K Our manufacturlnp: department 13 y
y the moat completo In the city. li
I POOR JEWELRY IS WORSE 3
& THAN NONE. j
Good Jewelry is a Joy
I We have good goods at rcn- 5
I Wc buy or exchange old gold. 3
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Headquarters for mlnlnjr men and otoeft.
man. RATES J2 A DAY AND UP.
vOtu. -i r,7 jLiiJT jwnt tn plain wrnPT',
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217 MAIN STREET.
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spending lt jp
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3 St. Tjouis Draught and 'i
'Phone 2065-X. t Corner State S
W and First 'South.
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Or eyes subject to any kind of
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73 W. 1st So. St.
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