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; , THE BAJjT XjAJZE aDBXnsrEj lIDAY MQIvI-slTTG, 22. 1904. 3 I
f-FAIRS AT PARK CITY
ty Council and Commis
sioners at Outs.
DirlALLPOX BILL IS REJECTEE
Steps Taken to Provlda Bettor
l Fire Praieciion.- j
Iwshal Instructed to Round Up
Truant School Boys nnd Compel
Them to Attend School.
TRIBUNE BUREAU, :
P.irk City. Jan. 21.
,i a mooiius of the City Coun
Lizl night :i communl
lon front P. II. Xccly, County Clerk,
lccrn'np tho for caring for .Al Mc
11. wl'o Is destitute, was read. Mr.
civ 'nformo'J tho Council that the
Jiity Commissioners hail allowed only
If .he- biH presented, or r3.C0. The Re
ikr v.i3 Instructed .to return the let
uit'i a demand for the payment of
bill in full. j
ily Attorney U B. Wight presented a
nn:u:McitIon from the county refusing
:iOTr a bill contracted by the county
lny the recent smallpox epidemic.
ir,g to alleged errors in sajd bill. Coun
v.cn Rasband and Wight, were ap-yuju,i!l-(l
lo attend the next meeting of
Sfhr- commissioners and adjust the mat-
JnJ"A communication was received from
Iftc. II. M'Uhry of the Pxrlc City Smelting
fll SjnPnn" conrpr-jtng the prou'iitr in the !
ivlclnltv o" ik? old tramway which tne
iOiIty U do li o nr. of purciiasir.c Mr. MM-
I They Infannrd ilio Council that the ob
struct of thf company's title to the
pro'utd v.as destroyed In the fire, and
that the compajiy now holds th ground
by virtue of a warranty deed. Mr. Wight I
jvvaH Instructed to investigate thi war-
rant deed, and. If found good, the pur
V, ' chas will hi made.
: PTi. E, Hubbard, chairman of tho School
I hoard and C. A, Blochcr. Superintendent
I 5f Schools, icqursted the aid of ne
I Council to compel truants to attend
I j school Mr. Blochcr reported that the
W matter had bocome very serious and that
I a large number of boys had become ha
rabltual truants. Tho statutes were con
Msultcd and it wait found that the School
Sboard has power In Hiich matters. The
RTCounell was asked to authorize the Mar
Itfshal and the police force to enforce the
It law against truants, under direction of
IF ih School hoard. U was ho ordered,
iff f Councilman Rasband spoke In behalf of
V the citizens In the lower part of the city,
Bj jvho complained that the refuse from tho
J' scavenger wagons was being dumped too
ifllvjloso to the dwelling-houses. The Mnr
if j-hal -was instructed to have the matter
m righted (
If WATER FOP. FIRES.
i Councilman Rasband brought up the
It quosiion of the water used at tho Daly
It iludgc mill, which the Daly-Judge corn
It pany ha? agreed to turn into the city
vaW r-mnln In case of fire, receiving as
HBa consideration the use of a telephone.
fMpiscufslon brought out tho fact that the
Vi Conner lions by which the water Is turned
Into the main have been destroyed, and
V Fire Chief Blrcumshaw was Instructed
p lo Investigate the matter,
w; Mr .BlrcumFhaw reported that the cltl
K zens m general are Ignoring tha ordl
At nance requiring the building of chimneys,
tl Mr. Birc imshaw was instructed by tho
Ifc Council to enforce the ordinance and
j to Institute legal proceedings against all
t jvlio refuse to comply. He was also in-
structed 10 purchase hose to replace that
) In bad condition.
t F. X Bliss, local manager for the
i Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone com
T pany explained the proposed automatic
r f llro-alann njstem by which a flre-whlstlc
,' J pan be blown from the central telephone
a station and, by tho number of blasts. In
iii falcate lh location of the fire. Mr Bliss
:' guaranteed that the entire apparatus
,', would not rost more than I1C0. and that
m the cost of maintenance would bo tho
.', i keeping up of the batteries. The mat
V' ter was inferred Lo the committee on
ijMllre, and water.
H Tho Fire Chief and the committee on
fire nnd water were instructed to assist
jClty Attorney Wight In gathering data
for the drawing up of nn ordinance pro
; f yldlng fire-eecapcs on all large buildings,
j ' The official bonds of D. C. Watson.
:'t frank Inke and Adam Peterson, police-
men: WIHnrd Blrcumshaw. inspector of
,i weights and measures, nnd W. A, Gld
' j Icy. city sexton, were approved,
j I. Marshal MeDonough was authorized to
I 5 provide a tabic and benches fur the city
I t BRIEFS.
! J ! Frank Emery war on the morning train
t. John Lenzl arrived from Salt Lake lo
ii L' William Mossop of the Qulncy returned
I i from the metropolis today.
I I Mr nnd Mr5. James Stevens wcro
i nniorg this morning'B arrivals.
BDlck Felton arrived from Mcrcur to
i I Otc-ir Tawrenco was among the pas-
aBenger arrlals this momlng.
Manager J A. Kdsou of tho Rio Grande
Vcptern came to Park this morning In
a ppeclaJ car.
f. Harry Demlng returned from Salt Lake
! John Kecley returned from the capital
I ; this nioniing
Two Perish hy Pirs.
San Bernardino, Cal., Jan. 21.
)zma Mothato nnd his four-year-old
on, Juan, were burned to death in a
ire which broke out at their home last
The mother, grandmother and two
lher children managed to get out.
TV Svlft Justice.
wjk R'-wlins, Jnn. ?l. Frnnk Wlcfall, n
jfwoolor.id man who attempted a criminal as-
cault upon twt-lve-yoar-old Helen Xruppa
Tuesday night, was taken Into court at
noon today, pleaded guilty nnd was sen
tenced to fourteen year In the peniten
tiary. He was ilrst mken before n jus
tice and bound over to tho District court,
then taken befora Judge Carpenter and
Slve.i the ll-nlt
8l LoBt Money
On f.eirnl planoa sold yesterday rnther
than pay two rents. Better come at
once: Carstensen & Ansou Co,, M.nin
St. Old aland Daynes M.uslc Co.
I SHEEP AND CATTLEMEN, AT
TENTION! We are offering for lease and Bale
0,000 acres of spring, summer and fall
range for cattle and sheep In East can
yon. For terms apply to
BRIGIIAM T. CANNON.
24 East South Temple St.. Salt Lake
MS ( Not How Cheap But How Good.
m Blue Point Perrectos,
K' Utah's Favorite Cigar,
UNCOVERS A BONANZA.
Hcmarkably Filch Strike Reported to
Have Been Made at Marshall
' Boise, Ida., Jan. 21. II. M. Sturdevant,
superintendent of the Law and Hill mln
who purchased the Klmbe.rly and Jewell
groups at Marshall lake last fall, has ar
rived from the property, bringing very
sensational reports of recent develop
In the Klmherly, he says, there Is a
tweny-Inch atrenk of phenomenally rich
ore. He has one piece weighing ton pounds
which Is estimated to contain ?150. A lot
of LC0 pounds Is being brought In which he
estimates will carry J3W3 In gold. The
slreok ha.M been followed 'jr.uio distance
and has been Increasing In al::e.
In the Jewell property the ledge has
opt tied out lo four:e?n feet of ore of the
value of 5:0 per ton. Dr. R. S. Law, the
veteran miner, who Is one of the owners,
believes that the district Is one of the
richest he lma ever known.
PARKER, THE PENMAN.
Notorious Forger, Who Operated Ex
tensively in Northwest, Con
victed at Portland.
Portland. Jan. CL Theodore W. Parker,
the notorious forger who operated
throughout the Northwest and who suc
ceeded In passing six of his spurious
checks In this city, was today convicted
of forgery In the Slate Circuit court. Sen
j tence was deferred.
Parker Is the son of respectable and
wealthy parents In Montana. He made
his escape from a local detective at t'ma
ttlla Junction while being brought here
for trial from Montana.
PANIC IN A THEATER
Mad Rush for Doors Follows
Cry of fire.
SEVERAL SLIGHTLY HURT
Exclling Night in tho Town of
Presence of Mind of Manager of the
Company Alono Prevented
L'phrnJm, Jan. 21. During a theatrical
performance at the opera-house last even
ing a panic, and pi-obably a heavy lors
of life, was narrowly averted. While
the third act of "The Mariner's Return"
was on the fire bell wna sounded, and,
almost at the first stroke, some one in
the audience shouted "Fire:"
In an instant tho audience, which was
a largo ore, was on its feet and began
pushing and struggling for the entrance.
One or two persons vcrc thrown down
before the manager was able to con
vince the audience that the fire was not
in the thatcr, bat In a building some dis
tance down the street.
With trepidation, the audience resumed
seatti. but all were nervous, and shortly
afterward, when the flames fiom the fire
wcro retlcctcd on the windows of the
theater, there was another mad rush for
the doors, all getting out safely.
The fire, which is thought to have been
of Incendiary origin, was in the yards
belonging to N. P. Nleleon. The deep
snow prevented the fiumes from commu
nicating with adjoining property. The
loss will reach tipwards of $2iX0, the
property destroyed Including, In addition
to farming Implements and machinery,
twenty tons of hay. A reward of S100
Is offered for the arrest and conviction
of the Incendiary.
Spanish Fork. Jan. 21. The Utah
County Postmasters' association met here
today. A resolution was adopted index
ing the bill now before Congress pro
viding Increase In pay for country post
masters. The matter of the organiza
tion of a State association was discussed,
and It was decided to call a meeting of
all postmasters in the State, to be held
in Salt Lake City April 7th next. 0fl
cerw were elected as follows: President,
James Glow. Provo; vice-president.
Grant Simmons. Payson; secretary ami
tiousurcr. S. W. Ross. Lehl. At tho
conclusion of the meeting Postmaster
Lawrence of thl3 city entertained the vis
itors at dinner.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Barrett have moved
from Gretn River to Salt Lake.
Mrs. Henry E. Oonard, wifo of tjie su
perintendent of Cheyenne schools, Is dead.
Mla.s Louise Tlmmlnn of Salt Lako haa
been visiting her cousin, Mrs. Fred Jones,
Jr.. of Evuniuon.
William McCune, ono of the pioneers o
tho Laramie, plains, died last week at
Laramie, aged 72.
A bug-? block of coal has ben loaded at
Basin, Wyo.. weighing 6300 pounds. It
wna taken from the mine of .1. P. McDon
ald, and la to be placed on exhibition at
the St. Louis fair.
Miss Jcneva A. Johnson, aged 21, who
has been a sufferer for years from a dis
ease of the spine and brain, resulting
ftom a runaway accident, died at Lara
mie Sunday. Miss Johnson complained of
feeling 111 and went to her room. For
about an hour who was not disturbed,
when her mother, hearing nothing from
her daughter, went Into the darkened
room and tried to awaken her. finding her
President Sends Batch of Nomina
tions to Senate for Positions in
Washington. Jan. 21 Tho President to
day sent to the Senate the following nom
inations: Postmasters Arizona. Goorgo W. Dicta,
Congress. Kansas. Henry S. Mueller,
Sedgwick. Missouri. Isaac V. McPherson.
Aurora; Clurenco M. Zelglcr, Bunceton;
William E. Ostcrwald, Festna; James M.
Freeman, Shelbyvllle. Nebraska, John N.
Chowder, Gordon Ilonry E Palmer,
Omaha, Texas- WUlIum II. Bradlev,
IN JAIL AT DENVER
Former Resident of Ogden Ar
rested for Robbery.
TRIAL OF MONROE OPENS
Salvationists to Build a Hand
some Rsscua Horns.
Dealor in Second-Hand Goods Suffers
at the Hands of Burglars Small
Blaze in a Saloon.
: TRIBUNE BUREAU. "1
:09 Eccles Building. -Ogden.
Jan. 22. J
Word has reached Ogden lo the effect
that George Woods, formerly proprietor
of tho Little P6ck saloon In Ogden, Is un
der arrest at Denver on the charge of rob
bery. Woods is accused of having robbed
I a 'patron of his saloon there of about 5CC0
S WELLS TRIAL ON.
Evidence in Case of Slater vs. Wells
It required until noon yesterday to se
cure the four regaining jurors In the casts
of tho State vs. Wells. When the jury
was finally accepted by both sides ant1,
sworn In It consisted of the following- P.
M. Talkman. farmer. Plain. City: J. P.
O'Neill, coutrr.ctor, Ocden; John Hall, far
mer. North Ogdcu; J. M. D. Taylor, la
borer. Ogden; C. A. Beghtoe. jeweler. Og
den: Carl B. Ericksrtn, farmer, Kanes
vllle; C. M. Clay, laborer. Ogu'.-n; George
Bradshaw, farmer, Slatervllle.
Kd Beiio, proprietor of the ang saloon,
was the first witness to be called after the
opJnlng state .nen ts had been made. He re
counted the circumstances of the hold-up
about as published. He was followed by
Elijah Larkln, Barlow Wilson nnd Police
Capt, Brown. Their evidence did not dif
fer from that glveo on t'e trials of the
other membei3 of the alleged gang of robbers.
TO BUILD BESCUE HOME.
Salvation Army Loader Addresses
Army in Ogden.
Mrs. Col. French of the Salvation Army
arrived In Ogden yesterday morning from
San Francisco, and conducted special ser
vices at headnuartcrs last evening. She
is cn her way East to mct the national
secretary for slam and rescue woru. In
speaking of tho proposed rescue mission
to be erected by the army In Ogden sho
said: "ho Mayor nnd City Council have
kindly donated us a lot, where w-" exnect
to erect a handsome three-story building
as a memorial to our beloved consul. Mrs.
Booth-Tucker. The building will be fitted
with storerooms, as a source of revenue,
officers' fiuartorw and general heaquarterH
for the. nrmy In Ogden. The building will
b filled up as a boarding-house where the
Itine.rnnt med leant can be provided with
food and lodging."
CounLy Superintendent of Schoojs W.
B. Wilson has distributed' "Weber county's
portion of the State sehool fund, as fol
lows: Bn-ch Creek. SJ1K5 30; Harrlflvllle.
Mir7.G7: Eden. JICI 10: Huntsvllle. J1.",20.E0:
Liberty, 5142. r.S; Marriott. 534C.20; North
Ogden. J1CST. IS: Pleasant View. $i10.47;
Perry. ?:50.G1; Rivei-dale. JI17.G): Randall,
153.51: Slatervllle. G10.C3: Uintah, S:2S.;
district No. 1. Ksr,o. SS; district No. 2,
?:2.70; total. $12. 1.". 1.31.
Some time during Wednesday night the
store of J. Peterson, a dealer in second
hand goods on Washington avenue, be
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-third
streets, was entered by burglars, "and a
small amount of booty secured. En
trance was gained through the rear door
and a few razors and cheap watches, were
A Small Blaze.
About 3.30 yesterday morning the fire
department w:is called to thrt Brown Pal
ace saloon on Washington avenue. A llijo
had started In n pile of rubbish in a store
room In the basement. The blaze was
quickly extinguished. Loss v mlnal.
Eleven Years for Monroe.
John Monr,o nllas- "Nevada Fat." was
yesterday sentenced by Judge Rolapp to
eleven years In the State nenitent buy, on
the charge of robbery. Monroe was one
of the Zang saloon robbers.
J. C. Boyle waa up from Salt Lake yes
terday. II. M Allen of the Pullman company Is
In Salt Lako City.
C. P. Pruitt of tho Burlington was up
from Salt Lake yesterday.
Assistant Superintendent ' McGovern
Is In town from Reno, Nov
An inquest over tho remain.- of Michael
Dunn will be held at 0 o'clock tomorrow
morning, before Judge Howell.
Sheriff Griffin of Pocatello arrived here
yesterday and took back with him. James
Shaw, wanted there on tho charge of ue
ducllon. John Hanson, aged 25, of Philadelphia,
and Camllle Laurltson. aged Zi. of Salt
Lake City, were granted a license to
Zeph Camp, a well-known railroad man.
died AVcduesday evening. He had been
In the employ of. the Union Pacific for
about three cnrs, coming to Ogden from
Word has been received In Ogden from
Freeport. II.. to tho effect that R S
Polge. formerly superintendent of schools
lp Ugden. had bioken a blood vessel and
The report Is again being circulated that
the Ugden Rapid Transit company will
extend lis lines through to Ogden valley
The report has been published several
times but so far has not materialized
and ao far as .s known there Is no nu.ro
foundation than lor tho many similar
Thomas Conlcy left yestcrdav for Snn
I-ranclsco as tho representative of the Or
der of Rallrond Conductors. Mr. Conley
is chairman of the local board of adjust
ment and goes to altond an audience
granted the order by the Southern Pacific
His business Includes a number of griev
ances which tho order has. but none of
these are very serious. Mr. Conley wna
iccently elected to succeed Frank Hart.
Boise. Tdn., Jan. 21. The Supreme court
today affirmed the Judgment of murder in
the first degreo against George Levy tor
the murder of Davis Levy In this cltv
October fl. 1301.
FOR SALE--REAL ESTATE,
WRITE HUNTER lz KENNEDY FOR
particulars about Ogden realties. Ogden,
J J. BRUMMITT HAS BARGAINS IN
Oaden reullles, Ogden, Utah, 2701
How to Keep Happy.
DESPONDlvNCY is a thing of evil ;
origin and evil results. Worry j
produces nothing but wrinkles '
and wretchedness. Let the
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on her desk, and at the head of her bed, '
just two words, do::'t worry. Worry
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any household. An anxious, despond- i
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will make every one uncomfortable.
A woman's nerves arc more truly the
cause of worry than outside troubles.
The nerves arc to a woman's body the
telegraph system, which surely warns her
of any trouble in the feminine make-up.
WHY WOMEN" HAVE 'NERVES.'
"That is the reasou why women have
'nerves.' When our thoughts begin to
grow cloudy and uncertain, our im
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Sick women, especially those suffer
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,XDo Not -Be Misled! m
I J By advertisements of sale of Cheap Pianos !
I j it always pays to get the best at the right j B
1 j price and the Pianos we carry are absolutely J I
I the best manufactured, to wit : i
K STEINWAY STECK KIMBALL 1
! MASON 6c HAMLIN Ij
t And other makes. Prices and terms the most j J j
j i reasonable. J j
I APOLLO Piano Player, and Music $)50 to 1
, ? $350, and musical instruments of
j every description. j 1
claytonlisic CO., I
I Successors to D. 0. Calder's Sons Co., c 8
1 100 So. Main Street. S j
j 15f THE TIME I 154
I fflfli1 1 To buy j Main
A CHANCE OP A LIFETIME
! All of the famous Alfred Benjamin & Co. Oycts ;
! coats on Land io go egardless of cost or values. Wo &
'j ' divide tbem as follows: 4
All $15.00, 51S.00, 20.00 Over- r i
i coats, choice , MUe O )
All ?25.00, ?30.00 and ?35.00 Over- , d Q JA 5
J coats, choioc 1...., piOOU 3
All new-style Coats, every coat this season's .
; product. -
Sale on Youths' and Men's Suits continues 1-3 to
! i off the regular price.
; Sale on Men's Underwear, 1-3 off regular price.
I Sale on Boys' and Men's Sweaters, 1-3 off the
i regular price.
f- Sale on MEN'S SHIRTS, large sizes, Mauhat- T
'1 iana. worth 1.50 and ?2.00.
I . Sale price " OC -
A good lime to supply your needs. Come today. 'J
lemember the number, 154- Main. m
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t METHODS I
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unbusinesslike propositions to tho &f- ;1
nlctcd in order to obtain their money. 1
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5 BLOOD POISON of every character. VARICOCELE, PILES, LOST
MANHOOD. STRICTURE nnd REFLEX CONDITIONS. JmM
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THIS" WEEK ONLY I 1
25 dor.en broken lots of Shirts, In soft ght rj l nm I
E and stiff bosoms goods that retailed M CAwll i
for 75c. 51.00, $1.25, $1.50 choice 9 J? J
I One-fourth to one-half off on Suits, Overcoats, Men's Odd Pants
1 Rowe & Kelly So., I
P One Price. 132 mmn sr. Plain Figures. HH
P WE TREAT AND CURE jB
I P lSL catarrh si,Dc.h;s:,j.r.1 $L.lB
! s53r Mon. Worn on and Chlldron. jH
Our mrvny voluntary tcstlmonlcd."! from cJj jJ
y home people e. positive nusje.ntoo of
' skllL S5.00 month for a.H Catarrhal 5 Mmm
f3 Chronic DJsocvses. All ModJclnon Free. Skit&fterf ll
j ConsulteOlon Froo to All. I!!!.
In All Private Diseases of Men, to Show Our Good FeJth and Skill, we &rejH
Always Willing to Wait For Our Fee Until a Cure is Effected.
Contracted Disorders What 44 Weakness " is and VARICOCELE. jW
i?n?h7n?l or How We Cure It. AiohiT Painlo
nr nni? haJ rJ treatment timi corM
h.iri rol .i p o c .liter So called "Weal-new" In men I uiorolj- W'm tSL t mmW
bolnc dlscbarpcil u hjiiipUim of ohroclo Intlamnutlnn In f ,h. " ,h1"' h,"
oi.rcd. and no oito In thu proiUU, eland, branirlit on bj cnrlj !''?..?" tm,.nnffor
lav, tlmo Ihn tbe or- dlMipatlun or by tbo linj-.-opcr treat- n " "' f J-M
dlnarr forms ot treat- room of lomo contraciert disease. A Jjirnrt
nioul require. couiilelc aurt ridleal cure It, llicroforis, piJ."- H
a qucMlon ut rcstorliii; the prostata -j B
1 cIuikI to lis normal and this tto i H
c-.,iri n Di,.n accomplish )iminptly und completolj- SrMTtnatorrhooa, fH
bpcciUC HI0OJ poison. wH)01lt mo uo of internal rotucIlos. Strletnro, Piles,
Ho danRCrons minerals Our Ircalumnl It a lorjl ooo liutltolj. Lout -Manhood. H
Ilo drive tho rtrot to U Is original nnd Mjlentlllc, and has Hvdronele, Sml. H
the Interior, but harm- been proron nb'olulcly cCtsctlvo by duI WcnkneM. B
less bloort-clcannlni: thouRands of teste. '.Yo aro convinced tc, uro i)hd H
romedlex, that remove that by no Other raethodn cuti full and nnuuiR tlm dl- B
tin) lxst pohunous pormnnont restoration of strength and it-jiwci euro ppj
tnlut. TlRor be aeconjpUtlicd. to stay onretl. pHM
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