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si The Salt Tattpi Tribtxote: Sattjrdat Morning, February 6, 1904. 3
W(eged Bunco Men Placed
isTRICT COURT ORDERS
Uborof Motions and Pleas
T Jttung Works Among New Indus
fliltt Ctries for O&den-Personals and
"llj Minor Mention. 1
t TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE,
A. ,il 24S6 Washington street,
VJ it Telephone 2C3-K,
y I. Osdcn, Fob. G.
Pl'i 'ort LUlls and James Kinzy,
ibj. 0 are charged with attempting to
"WI feK C. 0. Brown of ?tOO were ararifrned I
1 stcr'day In the Municipal court upon !
' he charge of obtaining money under
list pretenses Their hearing was set
' or February 10th and the bond fixed
it 30. which neither could furnish.
l LAW AND MOTION" DAY.
t fotions Heard and Orders Entered in
tfeisi District Court.
B3' ijn the District court yesterday Judge
iolapp heard the following matters:
Kendall vs Standlfbrd, continued
S Without date.
. JFarr' vs. Lawrence. Order made
Z.? rithdrawlng all stock In cxccsb of IG,-
5Ki 5 shares in the Gold Jilourttaln-Key-
Ptil tone Mining company.
' ' ifn the case of the State vs, Wells, an
iroer was made for the withdrawal of
Udi, he page of the hotel register of the
)gden house, which was used as cvi-
J. p knee in the Wells, Hickey and Monroe
nfV fj. H. Winslow. Jr.. wns arraigned
f (ffll ind the Information charging him with
vlul ncestwas read to him, to which he en-
ercd a plea of not guilty.
' Leonard Bourne, the young student of
I ibe State School for the Blind, was
S wdered committed to the reform school
until he arrl-es at the age of 21. He
H-cJS ran away from the former institution
shout a week ago.
it, sea Estate and guardianship of Ethel
1 Junter, et al., minors. Petition for
J-Sc,1 flnfirmation of agreement of partition
' ii real estate. Granted,
it i !:Estale of Elvln J. Newklrk. deceased,
nisi Petition for order requiring H. H. Hen
1 lerson. executor, to render final ac
aa,ai ionnt: and for decree of distribution,
lontlnued for one week.
' ijEstato of John Hooper, deceased. Pe
TTrrfpilIon for admission to probate of will
i for letters testamentary. Will ad-tc-d.
Letters issued to T. D. John
late of Mike TJunn, deceased. Pe
ri for letters of administration. Is
to James S. Holland. Bond $100.
tate of Anna Maria Hanson-Erlck-deceased
Petition for letters of
Inlstratlon de bonis non- Approved,
tate of Sarah K. Woods, deceased,
lion for approval, allowance and
ement of annual account. Referred
tate of Elizabeth Ann Faulkner,
asc-d. Petition for letters of ad
stration issued to James Faulk
tate of Cyrus Rawson, deceased,
tion for letters of administration,
unued to 18th.
the matter of the estate of Louis
Wlnslow, deceased, a petition for
rs of administration has been filed
Jary W. Wlnslow. the grandmother
he deceased. The petition states
property is valued at 4300.
the estate of Cyrus Rawson. de
ed. Susan Rawson has petitioned
court for the Issuance of letters
ier son, Walter Rawson. The cs
Is valued at $5000.
jit was filed by E. F. Bratz against
i. Carmen and others to quiet the
; of a piece of property in Central
k addition on South Washington
! BOTTLING- WORKS.
' Establishment to Be Launched
T. Miller and W. A. Turner of this
have orgnnlzezd the Standard Bot
: company and will establish a soda
er factory about March 1st. Most
he machinery has been ordered and
spected to arrive soon from the
ie firm has rented the empty
ft building In the Thomus building
ie corner of Twenty-fourth and
and just west of the Co-opera-labor
store, fronting on Twenly
street. There are two large store
3 there and these will be made
one by removing the partitions,
tea number of persons will be cm-
anyT) vision Point to Ee Changed.
t?nBfer the division termanl
' Am,l Southem Pacific from Terrace
" ' Jfcvl, i i bc comemnced on Mon
,: 'WL i t, a short tlme tnere wIU be
'mil i at 'rrrace. The company
. .m commence tearing down their
wE ,Pat Terrace and rc-ercctlng
JKx 11 Barnard in a few days.
ES $fitit "0XTarlh hae sone to Idaho Fallo.
flFPttrn t?n orey has relurnC(1 'rom her
DW?i? ft city Tcxaa 18 vlflltlnff rela'
. 'm'tor VtR' arailcy leave Sun-
olioa,i?h'lU of S;ilt La3tQ City was
' "W v - s,tor yesterday.
- iiWfoZ Wks vlBl1 l" California.
JSJWUnr?Cr8 of Pltl,n City will hold
JI. j0Smr no courthouse today.
Pnidafnr P, James cooper have re
r SMoy R T 111 throuBh Idaho.
' ttJlon .,nW.ho has been relcaaod from
m JIOn ln Germany, will arrive tomor-'
fllS0l1'jpUo?o,yn,'!,Cil,IE.e8..L bc 'exhibited by
sW tjWtrtv8 today. library aro expected
',i?S rbSn!PBPJc lcfl ,ast a'Bht for Chicago
14 uffCfi connected with the Hydro-
Sll'mi by'fetSS? nrrcted yesterday after
Jm from h.UX Pcnder for BtcallnB a
tKte v f Cntral hotcL
In tl r0rnf A3" 'w lt for a dl
eiTW"l iiwin iKtrlcl court from John H
Z.jrf lhc srounda of desertion.
The ouplo were married ln this city about
two years ago.
Dr. Frnnk Parker, a veterinary surgeon,
has gone to Wyoming to nil u position
as Government ahcep inspector.
Rev. Wcubbcn. pastor of tho Gorman
Kvangollcal Lutheran church, has been
called to Idaho FallH on mission work.
Rev. Horry Talbot, superintendent of tho
rtftb- Mcthot1lat mission, will preach at
tho First Methodist church Sunduy even
ing. Horry Do Wlndt, the famous travolcr,
will lecture at the high school this even
ing. His subject is "From Paris to Now
James Harcomb. John Hoywood and
John Ilamell. the three boya charged with
disorderly conduct In Do Clark's pool Joint,
wore discharged by Judge Howell.
The only matter of Importance that
came before tho Board of Education last
night was the opening of the bid for tho
, ,.f, tno Central school corner. The
only bid received was from George Maule.
who rfcred JlG.OOO, and the bid was re
jected. It Hccms likely that a damago suit will
result from the killing of Nick Bo.ncus on
i, o , cln Fut-ff on Jnnuary 10th. Georgo
a. Solnmltl, Grecian Vlco-Consul at Butte.
Mont., who hns been here endeavoring to
adjust the claim of the company with the
Southern Paclllc, has so far been unsuc
cessful and hno consulted an attorney.
Why County Commissioners Rejected
Bill Prom Park City Damago
Coalville, Feb. 5. The County Com
missioners held their regular monthly
meeting yesterday and today. Routine
business was transacted, and bills
amounting to about 5300 were allowed.
City Attorney Lee B. Wight and Coun
cilman Fred Rasband of Park City ap
peared before tho Board on behalf of
Park City, in regard to a bill for care
of smallpox patients. It developed that
tho city accounts were badly mixed and
that the county had paid parts of the
bill, but had not been given proper
credlL The warrants for the amounts
paid were shown the visitors and they
concluded that the best thing to do was
to take the matter up with the City
Council of Park City and make an ef
fort to get the matter in proper shape.
The Jury ln the ca.se of Mary E.
Vickey et al. vs. W. W. Stalker, which
has occupied the time of the District
court all -week, returned a verdict In
favor of the plaintiff for 550 damages
and costs of suit. The case was brought
to recover damages for Injuries sus
tained on the property of plaintiff by
defendant turning the course of a
creek. The trouble has been of long
standing and bitter feeling has been
created among tho prominent citizens
of Rockport which it will take years to
The District court has adjourned to
The store and stock of merchandise
belonging to Robert Walker at Grass
Creek was today sold to Moses W. Tay
lor, president of this stake. He will
take charge at once. Several Improve
ments are to be maJe. John W. Lamb,
who has been employed as clerk ln the
Coalville Co-op for a long time, will be
A boy and two men employed in the
dry goods department of tho Co-op
store, were severely burned yesterday
as the result of gas from an aceytellne
machine exploding In the cellar. The
building was damaged considerably,
windows being broken and a fire start
ed. There were two explosions, the
first occurring when the boy tried to
examine tho machine with a lighted
match, and a second when with a lighted
candle two of the clerks attempted to
put the machine In order.
DINNER PARTIES AT CAPITAL
Western Notables Among Guests of
Prcnch Embassador President
Washington. D. C, Feb. 5. The
Frcnoh Embassador and Mme. Juser
and entertained at dinner last evening.
The guests included the Russian Em
bassador, the Austrian Embassador
and Baroness Hengelmuller. Justice
and Mrs. McKenna, Archbishop Ire
land of St. Paul, Senator and Mrs.
Lodge, Senator and Mrs. Kearns, and
Lieut, De Faramon and Mr. De Le
fosBe, both of the French Legation.
Among the guests at the third recep
tion given by President and Mrs.
Roosevelt Inst evening were- Congress
man Howell and Senatqr Smoot of
Utah, and Mr. ar.d Mrs. C. C. Arney of
FOR POSTAL INSPECTORS.
Idaho Postmasters Petition for New
Positions Idaho Hotel Man
Washington, Feb. 5. Fred B. Mc
Crackcn. assistant postmaster Pca
tello, Ida., has made application for the
position of postofflcc Inspector and Sen
ator Ileybum has taken up the matter
with the department with a view of
Similar action has been taken with
the cose of A. L. Fowler, oslstant post
master at Blnckfoot, who made similar
Arthur Smith, former proprietor of
the Alturas hotel at Halloy, Ida., Is vis
iting here on his way home. He has
been visiting 1i!h old home ln northern
New York, for the first time In twenty
Oregon Newspaper Man Purchases
an Interest lu the Weiser
' Weiser. Ida., Feb. 5. Frnnk S. Hard
ing, late of McMInnvlllo Ore., today
purchased u half Interest In the Weiser
Signal and will assume the manage
ment of that Journal. Mr. Harding Is
a newspaper man of experience and for
a number of years was proprietor of
the McMlnnville Register, which he
sold last November.
R E. Lockwood, editor and proprie
tor of the Signal, will devote his atten
tion to mining Interests.
Clarcnco Hogan and Miss Hattlc Mull
mer were declared tho best waltxers at a
recent dance at Abraham, Utah.
Mosc Johnson, the well-known Spring
vllle actor, hns ongiR;d In the business of
touching elocution throughout tho State.
Mr. and Mrs. John Soulhworth of Pay
Bon havo moved to Oakioy, Ida., where
Mr. Soulhworth has an Interest ln a mill.
Miss Peary Davis of Provo and Mr. and
Mrs. Hodgo Marshall of Salt Lako havo
bcon spending a few days In Payson with
Mr. and Mrs. William Ferre.
W. II. Watt of Hallcy, who recently ro
turned from Hot Springs, Ark.. Is again
In a very serious condition and will prob
3bly be" taken to a California ftanltnrlum.
Wednesday evening the marriage of Mlas
Ena C. RUnolfHon of Spanish Fork and
Henry Hacl of Salem took placo at the
hone of tho brldo's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs, Hannah Thatcher of Logan has
gone to San Francisco, having been num
moned thither by the serious Illness of one
of her grandchildren, the 6-year-old child
of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Thatcher.
Tho Lchl Banner pays this compliment
to a painstaking young lady; "Mlas JohIc
Snow, who spots the scats at the opera
house, la very careful and obliging In her
manner. Joslo very seldom makes a mis
take." Mrs. J. A. Bctta and Infant, accompa
nied by her slBtcr. Urdlne Cushlnff, came
from Payson to Salt Lake this week to
obtain treatment for the baby's cyoe,
which aro afflicted as a result of having
Miss Cora Hcndrlckson and Miss Sorcn
son of Colllnston, Utah, were badly
bruised up by being thrown from a sleigh
while returning from a dance at Fielding.
The teaan became unmanageable and ran
away. The other occupants of the clelgh
As showing what ranchmen can do when
they hold out for better prices It Is noted
that an Omaha buyer named Wolf v.-no
compelled to pay $30 a head for ICG cows
bought at North Park. Wyo., and shipped
Eaat from Laramie. IIo needed that sort
of Htock and the cattlemen ilndlng this
out Insisted on ?30 a head.
Christina Holm and Myra Holm r.f Pal
myra have thin card In the Spanish Fork
Press. "Now that we aro about to sepa
rate wo wish to mako a statement to tho
public of our last vear"s work. AVo havo
made U77 yards of carpet and fifty-four
rugs, frori one and a half to two yards
long each. We wonder It Bishop I-arsen
has done that well "
A Holden society note In tho Fllhioro
Progress-Review says: "George W. Bad
ger has been reminded that he hns never
given his. wedding party yet. though ho In
now a grandfather, and has announced
that ho will do no on Friday evening, Feb
ruary 5th Gcomc Is a Jolly good fel
low and we predict a rousing Good tlmo
If all the dollnquento would follow his
example what a good time the dancers
Uncle McRobcrls, formerly of Kentucky,
tells the Bingham City News that ho and
a few others will holp out the fruit Indus
try this fall to a considerable extent. It la
their Intention to put up a distillery and
manufacture brandy from tho pecond
grade of poaches and will bo able to ueo
all the fruit which would otherwlso go to
waste. McRobcrts Is said to have had
considerable experience in this line In his
Tho stockholders of the Spanish Fork
West Field Irrigation company has elect
ed the following board of directors: Presi
dent. Fred Matley; vice-president, R. W.
Money: John E. Bowcn, Richard Smith,
William T. Monk: Charles Monk, secretary
and treasurer. The Spanish Fork East
Bench Irrigation and Manufacturing com
pany has elected the following: President.
Thomas B. Jones; vice-president, Recs D.
James; Richard Jex, Thomas Williams,
David Wllllnms; Nicholas Sulth, secre
tary and treasurer.
"There Is a move now being made by a
number of representative citizens of this
city and county to get tho people Inter
ested In constructing an electric car lino
from Kanosh to Oasis, via Meadow. Flll
moro and Holdei," snys tho Flllmoro
Progress-Review. "To this end a largo
number of representative business meneof
this city met at tho courthouso for tho
purpose of devlsng ways and means and
formulating plane for building the pro
posed road. Tho enthusiasm shown by the
meeting was far lu cx,?ss of that which
was anticipated." A convention repre
senting all parts of the county will be held
February 12th to act on the project.
Doputy County Clerk Dead.
Mantl. Utah, Feb. 5. Deputy County
Clerk John Knapp died this morning,
after an Illness of two weeks. De
ceased wns popular ln this section and
unmarried. A mother survives hlra.
At the house wo found a woman stand
ing in tho doorway, smoking her pipe;
and beside her was a resy-cheekod little
granddaughter, not yet 3 years of age.
with snuff-dip in her mouth. I had seen
plenty of women with snuff-stlcks pro
truding from their lips, not only when
they wcro about their homes, but when
walking on the roads and riding on the
trains. I havo not, however, previously
encountered so youthful a snuff-taker.
Thero were tears In her eyes. She had
Just been punished for tipping over tho
."I reckon that chllo use 10 cents of
snuff a week, with what she dip. an'
waste, too.'" said the woman. "Tobacco
do cosL Tho person what don't use hit
at all ought to get rich. Ellon, Ellen!"
she called, "come and take cyar of this
baby.-' And the llttlo ono'n mother carao
out on tho porch and sat down with her
child In her hip.
"This baby was always po'Iy until las'
winter," Ellen explained, "an the doctor
say she couldn't live, so we let her havo
what she want. Hit seem like she crave
for tobacqo, an' she learn to dip wnuff an'
wio icarn 10 enmv. inum. un 1110 womun
an' girls hyar uvo snuiY. The boys an'
men dip some, but generally they Jub'
chew an smoke. Tho hoys Icarn to chew
when they air llttlo, an thoy keep on
chewln' till thoy air settled married men.
Then they begin to smoke a pipe. Tho
girls learn to dip snuff when they go to
school, though hit ain't allowed If they
matiter know hit. But tho smaller girls
think thoy got to do liko the big girls,
and there p lots o snuff -dlppln' at recess
an' noon-time, when the teacher doesn't
fee hit. I don't remember how olo I wns
when I begun to use tobacco, but I re
member hit mndo mo sick. Paw lot us
got a chew from his box whenever we
wont hit. I don't chew none now, and I
havo try to glvo up my snuff, but hit
seem to bo like usln' opium, or drlnkln"
spirits yo caln't stop." Clifton Johnson
NOTED WHITE RIBBONER,
SUMMONED P.Y DEATH
Sallna, Kan., Feb. 5. Dr. Charles St.
John, a brother of cx-Gov. St. John, died
here today. Ho was a lawyer In Denver
for years and had at various times boon
a physician, a Methodist preacher, a tetn
peranco worker and a Y. M. O. A. organ
izer, In tho latter capacity having spent
several years In England.
4, 4- 4-
4- CHINESE STUDENT MAY
BREAK INTO U. S. ARMY
I 4- University of California, Fob C 4.
I 4- Samuel Sung Young, a Chinese stu- 4.
4 dont at the University of Callfor- 4
4. nlu, has Just been appointed a Lieu- 4
tenant In the University Cadct'Rog- 4
4- iment Should ho rlso to Major or 4
4 higher ho will bo cllgiblo for a Sec- 4
4 ond Lieutenancy in tho United 4
4 States army. Lieut. Young In tho 4
4 only Chinese wearing tho uniform 4
4 of tho Unltod States army. Ho la 4
4- a son of Rev. W. C. Young, a regu- 4
4- larly ordained clergyman of tho 4
4 Eplscopnl church, and formorly 4
rector of a mission ln San Fran- 4
4- clsco. 4
INSANE FHOM AN INJURY
James Orr of Park Loses
WAS INJURED A YEAR AGO
Ho Terrifies His WIfa and tho
Miss Lillio Johns Dies as the Result
of Exposure During a Re
Park City, Feb. 5.
Dr. Bardslcy was called yesterday to at
tend James Orr, who has within tho last
few days becomo violently Insane. Orr
lives with his family on a ranch near the
Provo river, about seven miles cast of
Park City, and bis actions during tho last
few days have been Buch as to cause
alarm on the part of his wlfo. who has
two small cnlldren.
Yesterday Orr's condition reached a
stage bordering on violence, and the
frightened wife sought tho protection of
Dr. Bardslcy found Orr in a state bor
dering on frenzy and ascertained from his
wife that his condition was doubtless the
result of Injuries received about a year
ago ln tho Daly West, whop tho prema
ture explosion of a blast destroyed one of
his eyes. Orr was affected by tho recent
lay-off at tho Daly-Judge, where he wuh
working, and returned to his wife only a
Dr. Bardcley telephoned tho Counts
Commissioners of Wasatch county last
night and tho unfortunato man will be
taken to the asylum at Provo.
Employees Enjoy a Treat.
The employees of Welsh. Driscoll &
Buck and their wives to the number of
about forty were the. recipients last night
of an claborato entertainment and social
tendered by the nombcrs of the firm.
Siclgh-rlding, an elaborate supper at the
Salt Lake house, a danco and impromptu
musical and literary programme and so
ciable In the upper part of tho annex were
enjoyed. Tho room was tastofully deco
rated with palms. American Beautv rosea
and bunting. C. B. Marshall delivered an
address In behalf of tho employees, which
was responded to by Mr. Henry Welsh.
E. E. Mayno. J. W. Hoffman and Levi
Woods sang solos, and Messrs. McDonald,
Mayno and Hoffman made a hit with a
Henry Welsh. J. F. McLaughlin. Wil
liam McFnlls and C. E. Mayno did their
dancing specialties to the delectation of
Miss Lillio Johns Dead.
Miss Llllie Johns, the 17-year-old daugh
ter of Mrs. Stephen Johns, died early this
morning from the effects of exposuro dur
ing the Are at the Clark residence last
Sunday morning. Miss Johns ran fron
tho house ln hr nlghtrobo and was taken
111 a few days later, pneumonia sotting In
A mother, brother and several Blstors sur
vive her. Tho funeral will be held Sun- ;
Idaho Coal Dealers File Suit
Against 0. S. L.
Boise, Ida., Feb. 5. J. M. Nell & Co.
of this city brought suit in the United
States court today for the recovery of
nearly $205,000 damages from the Ore
gon Short Lino Railroad company for
alleged overcharges by that road on
coal conveyed to varlouB dealers of
southwestern Idaho. The total repre
sents assigned accounts from dealers
in Weiser, Payette, Caldwell, Nnmpa
and Mountain Home.
The action Is brought under the inter
state commerce law and allegation Is
made that the railroad company has
charged the dealers here more than
those at Najnpa and points west.
A claim of fl a ton overcharge is
made, together with $5000 for attorney
fees. The suit grows out of the rates
made by tho railway company to cer
tain Oregon points In order to meet
competition of Western coal.
The rate to western Idaho points is
.$4.50 a ton. while the Oregon rate is
somewhat less than that, probably 5-1.
J. M. Nell & Co., dealers In this city,
do not include any charges for freight
to this place in their claim, because
Boise Is on a branch line. Consider
able annoyance Is felt over tho bringing
of the suit as an effort has been in pro
gress to secure concessions on coal for
this territory and thero seemed to be
a fair prospect that the request would
MAN FOR A COUGAR,
Portland, Or., Fob. 5 A special to tho
Oregonlan from The Dalles, Or soys:
Clark Broughton of this city was mis
taken for a cougar and shot by Gcorgo
Moody, ono of his companions, In the Tygh
valley, a fow mllcn south of here. Moody
who was some distance away, saw what
ho supposed to be n cougar and ilrcd, not
seeing tho animal ruovo ho fired a second
time and ran to tho place to tlnd that ho
had been shooting at his companion.
Broughton was taken to Tho Dalles, where
ho died today.
The Lucky Golfer.
A remarkable accident, with a touch of
that humor which Is showing itself over
ln this wonderful game, took nlaco In this
country. Two well-known players wcro
ongaged in a closo contest. One of these,
at an advanced hole of the match, was a
llttlu down. Both had mado equally good
drives, but a poor second shot had put
tho player who waB behind with a high
board fence and tho hole. Tho other man
played and placed his ball neatly on tho
green. Ho walked onward with all the
confidence that comos from lying almost
dead, whllo one's opponent Is playing ono
moro In a leas advantageous position.
Suddenly ho saw tho ball roll across the
grass, and come to rest within a foot of
tho flag. To play over the fence was al
most Impossible to do with any accuracy,
but his opponent had played i.nd made a
poor shot. Ills ball, however. Instead of
striking tho fence, 4 had passed neatly
through a knot hole, and come to rest In
a position which enabled him to putt out,
winning tho hole. George illbbard In
GRAZING IN SANPETE.
Herds of Cattlemen and Farmers
Too Largo for the
Ephralm, Fob, 5. The cattlo owners and
farmers of Sanpete county held their con
vention hero yesterday to consldor tho
question of grazing cattlo on districts No.
5 ar.d 6 of the Manti forest reserve, and
to formulate a petition to the Dopnrtmont
of the Interior relative to permits for pas
urage on tho reserve. Nearly every dle
trlct adjacent to tho dlntrlcts 5 and 6 was
During the past month the cattlo owners
havo mado a canvass of tho settlements
which are given privileges of grazing on
districts G and C to osccrtaln the number
of head of stock owned by tho farmers.
From tho report of this committee It was
learned that moro than twice tho number
of cattle permitted to grazo on the districts
Is owned by the farmers who are granted
grazing privileges. The area Included in
the two districts Includco nearly all tho
mountain range between Maylleld and
Spring City, a distance of twenty-live
Forest Supervisor A, W. Jensen In
formed the convention that tho number
of cattle for which grazing permits In
theso districts had been asked far exceed
ed tho number of cattlo allowed by tho de
partment within tho limited area.
The roports of tho committee and the
forest supervisor caused tho cattlo own
ers and farmers of the county great alarm.
With the present ruling of tho depart
ment It -ncuns that Sanpeto stockmen will
be compelled to dlspcso of half their pres
ent herds and that tho disposition of the
exc'ss number will work financial Iobs hi
many settlements In the county. The prlc
of cattle haB fnllen very rapidly since the
enumeration of stock owned by farmers,
The convention decided to petition the
Department of tho Intorlor to modify the
original ruling relative to the number of
cattle allowed to graze on tho two dis
tricts during the coming season, and to
;isk that the allotmct for tho year on theso
areas be made to Include all cattle owned
by farmers and stockmen who reside ad
jacent to dlstrlctn No. 5 and C of the Mantl
forest reserve. Tho petition will be for
warded to the departmont within a few
Funoral servicco over the remains of
NlclH Hanson Greggerson were held In the
Mantl Tabernacle yesterday afternoon.
Tho deceased was born In Denmark.
March 1L JS2S. and was about 70 years of
age. Ho came to Utah In 1S73 and was a
member of the Mormon church, having
Joined tho organization Just previous to
his departure from Denmark. For thir
teen years ho was a rcHldent of this city,
afterwards removing to Mantl. where he
hau since made his home. Ho leaves a
wlfo. two grown sons In this city and a
daughter. Mrs. Dorthca Smith of Los An
geles, Cal., to mourn his loss.
NIcolIno II. Nlolson died at her homo
in this city yeBtcrday aftornoon. The
cause of her death was general debility,
nhe having been ailing for soveral years.
Mrs. Nlelson was born In Denmark ln 1S34
and was about 70 years of ago.
LAW BY TAKING POISON
San Francisco, Feb. 5. Malcom
de La Fere, dector, -x-soldler and in
ventor, who was wanted by the Min
neapolis police autnorltles for embezzle
ment, committed suicide here by taking
When the Spanish-American war
broke out De La Fere enlisted ln (he
Thirteenth Minnesota volunteers and
was made an assistant surgeon, serving
with distinction in the Philippines.
WYOMING POINTS SHUT
OFF FROM MAIL SERVICE
Cheyenne, Wyo.. Feb. 5. By the
failure of the star route contractors car
rying mall from Rawlins to Lander and
the refusal of the company having the
route between Casper and Lander and
Thermopolls to cArry mall at present
rates, tho entire central part of the
State which has no railroad communica
tion is practically shut out from the out
Mall Is accumulating at the points
named and no remedy Is in sight.
STOCKMEN OF MANTI
TO VISIT WASHINGTON
"Washln.-jton. Feb. 5. The Wool-Growers'
association, now ln seslon at Mantl, wired
Senator Kearns today to arrange for a
hearing of a committee of tho organiza
tion with tho Secretary of the Interior to
oppose an order of the Secretary reducing
the number of head of stock which will bo
permitted to grazo on the Mantl rcMrvo
during tho coming season.
Senator Kearns immediately called on
the Commissioner of the General Land
Office, who Indicated that ho would hear
tho committee when It arrives In Washington.
NEBRASKA COUPLE FOUND
MURDERED IN THEIR HOME
Riverton. Neb., Feb. 5. Dan Barker
and his wife have been found murdered
In their home near here. Barker's
brother, Frank, Is under arrest. The
Barkers arc related to Tom Madison,
the murderer who was a fugitive from
Justice during a long chnse in Smith
county, Kansas, soveral weeks ago.
Robbers' is the supposed motive.
Dr. Young Is Ready.
Donvcr, Feb. 5. Row Benjamin Young
has resigned the pastorate of Asbury
Methodist Episcopal church In this city
to take charge of tho First M. E. churoh
at Salt Lake. Row Young has tilled tho
pulpits nt several places In Wyoming. j
I Bocomos an
i Enemy I
! QUIT 1 !
U And savo what's left of your
H EASY TO QUIT when you take Q
I on well-made B
1 POSTUM I
I COFFEE j
9 Look ln package for the mlnia-
1 "Tho Road to Wellville," J
rrwriT hi n N"r'iTtiMumBM
; A JSfeW Wrinkle (No. 2.y H
Brown Soup StocK.
- Throo tablRspooofulg of Armour Extract of bosf, ' H
3 qnnrts cold wn tor, ono spn'K marjoram, ono half toa-
spooaful popper, 2 gprls parsley, i H
1 cloves carrots ) M
Yt bay loaf turnips f Vi cap each IjH
3 sprura tbymo oniona f cntindkos. H
1 tablonpooafol nalt colory ) H
2 tabloflpoonfals of batter I
Holt tho battor, add the onion nod brown i thon add the vegetables nod
seasonings to cold water: co7or and oook slowly ouo hoar; strain enre- H
folly nnd wbilo Lot add the Beef Extract, otlrring until it is tboroDghly H
diflfiolvcd. Add moro salt and popper It necessary. Cool as quickly a H
po?siblo. This stock is asod for a numbor of soaps and should be mndo in H
concidarablo Quantities and kopt in a cool placo until It is nil used.
Above is taken from edition de luxe "Culinary Wrlak1e8"(Jnrt
out) which will be sent postpaid to any address on receipt of
a metal cap from jar of Armour's Extract of Beef.
Ahijour & Company, Chicago,
of Beef . I
The 'Best Extract of the 'Best 'Beef H
Saturday Night Special I
From 7 to 10 O'clock. I
LADIES' HOSE ; I
20c ribbed top, ladies' fleeced hose; also plain top, all k I
, sizes. From 7 to 10 p. m., special at J tfwO I
GINGHAM APRONS I
j Ladies' gingham aprons, made of fine Amoskeag glng- m i
t ham, and a good size, finished with a deep hem. . JHft
, For Saturday night, special v
I QOf Flanetie Dress- Q I
7 vi ing Sacques ....
All colors, all sizes, made tight back, full front, cuff sleeve, extra ( I
value. Were our regular 90c sacques, choice from 7 to 10 p. m., 1 1
at abovo price. I
witsLsL Skirts $1.98 I
I These arc extra special values, made of fancy mixtures, trimmed I yk
I with self straps and covered buttons, good fitting. They were our I flll
I regular S4.50 skirts. From 7 to 10 p. m., choice at above price. I
flMBBfflAMHQQD RESTORED "CUPIDERE" H
flWPdtffi This ktm Toreiablo Vlllr, tb pretMlpUoo of & famous French phyrlcljn, wfl? kll
s4K aoltkb-cuMTOU of J1 ncrroot orflliMAOi of inrKenf rolWoorxMjSocb f..Tr.?"' 'HH
WW f33fl hood, IniomnU. Falm ! the Hck., Seminal Emliilom. Ncrrcmi UeblUtT., i
M -tflJjfl rimplc. Unllloei to marry. Ehu.tlnii Drttlaa. Varfc-cele. F
WiV-1 pntton. ItMop all Urns br day or nlsbt. I'rcmaturltT. irhKb If Dot chteXod
mrvLlj1& in Hocrnjatorrboiiv and Ml ibe horror of Ippotenoy cUlflDEMJ clnntci tho llrer,
UiakidnaTB. CUJPIDKNE iirvngtbern and rores. Tho rcvon ynOrre re ara not cured by floctoj
nlSZZU nlnVty per cent no trouble! with Kro.ftUU. CVPIOEXE if tbe only known remtj
loCTue without on operation. 6,000 WJUmoolls. A written xnarantw leo and money rewracU If tlx
bodoBoVcSeo pmanTii com. Sl.OO , hoi: dz for KC0 by mall. Send for Ve rtrcuUr mn4
WmoalAl AMTt DAVOI. iir.lllOlNE CO.. Onm Frnele.. Cal.
GODBE-PITTS DBUG OO.. Salt Lake City. "Utah. AcentS.
I PICTURE FRAMING 1
I at Popular Prices. I
I American Wall Paper Co. 1
I 6 e. THIRD SOUTH, I
FOR SALE--REL E3TAT2
WRITE HUNGER & KENNEDY FOR
particulars about Ocden realties. OgJco.
J. J. BRt'M'MlTT HAB BARGAINS IN ;
Ogdcn realties. Ofc'doa, Utah. o2T0l
I On all Boys' 3-Piece '
I and Blouse Suits
J 61-63-65 2VIAIN ST. )
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