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I the Salt Lake Tbtbttete: Monday MoBxnsG February 15. 1904. 3 j -'H
mage at the park
Slliani Burg Charged With
m Awful Wife-Beating.
8R FACE MASHED TO PULP
nnzied Man Maeia a Maniac
f -hvSonia Fancied Wrong.
2 Aroused tlie Neighborhood,
' 1 the Husband Taken in by
0$, the Officers.
..i TRIBUNE BUREAU.
Ntii Park City. Feb. 11.
a! .mm Bur?, an Irate husband, la
05fier some real ' or fancied
and wdcVncd by alcohol, in
"flEi have beaten Ws wife in a most
Sjtj!a-d Ehocking manner 'la; night,
jljpyaffi the whole neighborhood of
IlE, fiat b' bl frenzied actions. To
ViWEits is i a v'ry 'ul,lbl- cdliSon
UUF n,j. th result of the urnge she
? tEVnu'P. to lecih arc missing, op
I'fc i crrtciiiy closed, r.nd thc vic
MjL can .scarcely m with the other,
.v,,. two braids of hair was torn
rSBfir the roots and her body is badly
Witness of the terrible
Srtsav that the insane husband de
iCtdVrom the first that he would kill
'Krift ami proceeded without hesi
AfL to Oo H The stovy told Is as
wKTcraKd man secured a horse at
fjEvs Hvcry stable before midnight
iiJm'fixitti for his home at Lake Flat,
r'Wjfec evidences at the time of deep
MMar two female neighbors were
faEt at the time of his arrival. He
HjfKliiely took off his gloves and
Srifcr t-cm in hlu life's face, swear
ait '.fcjf nould kill her- The ntlack vas
-Shund brutal In the extreme. The
ICri Jjcid his bare knuckles with cruel
UCl The lady visitors rushed from
screaming, and In a few mo
inmJrl' Mr. John Clyde. Foreman Dan
flrpiin of the New York and others
cri Vum-i (o the rescue, but not too soon.
Tt Tvoraan was in a terrible condi
trjiy. p trd was carried to Mr. Irving's
. "v fh Li an unconscious condition. It
KSi s'til the efforts of several strong
ij o to told tho brute while the woman
" u ttlng taken away. Later he fol-
D iA his wife and demanded thai she
jButout to him.
tr. Clyde met hlrn outside and rc-
l Br. his demand. Thereupon he as
IllK&Mr. Clyde but was overpowered
iih'd bj aiveral who were present.
Jf c'flcers weiv sent for, and Sherirt
and Police OfTiccr Hamilton
I y. Burs In Jali about 2 o'clock this
: mcr, where Ik awaits a hearing .vet
icirorrou The case will bo hail-
My the county.
. t- coupl' In question have been
. Piite'lV1 three months, and nppa
yr.yr s'v 3lo"s wcl1 t0Sct-1,er before
iyjvctce last night. Burg Is a miner
ftfM VAGS AN'D BUMS.
lliV rolko department started out
ls'Kn!lns to make a clean sweep of
VAticd bums, who have (been fre
mzirf ;h3 resorts for some time
ritt)t visible means of support. By
(J klr well-marked characters were
i EifcW at the city Jail, and, accord
TerkCi'oae or the officer.". six more will
BBBW "wived tn(? fame treatment bv
fc 1 "TRIBUNE BTJHEATJ, S
HKXMl Kurray King, Correspondent, n
ii3.HH RALEIGH RESIGNS.
VZRER OF THE WOODSIDE
QUITS AS FOREMAN.
Jfteori- ln Kegai'd to the Bend-
MlNQj' f thC Formatio11 Thor
1tit I wghly Established.
htitlt &rav Fcb --A- K- Raleigh,. the
"r 0i lhe l0Kt 'oodside vein.
iOin"" Ids rcvnatlon yostcrdny ns
w0fT ,3n0 W39 succeeded by Mike Sal-
1 " i-" 1uh aci'-d in tlu capacity of
"al!"vcR;l properties here.
f TA' 5 'niFj ESSE.S'C13.
V Wi 0t thc "scovery which has
J .Wi a,inn as nothing has done
V jrt'5r ?orao t'me and will probably
III i hlur :1S v,lnl,' s anything
K 1 W0"16 t0 "8hl for conlfts
jT'IC0Vcry that Ule formation .-ibis
1! is ln lhe vicinity of Hi- old
rW cotf'' .P1!? '""load of keeping
D fff,' f,lshtl-v "l the bill turns
tintt&V'uZm k ,m ttn,l oC thirteen de-
- SAVSrh?I0f,lde fame, when the
' Cim, ?wai taken from the
AStfUJci "J? ohrdpt end and the
ff . world-famouR Silv-.-
aVsvm,KriV '''''dins piece they were
itJJBu di? r.cacbo.i the apex of tV.e
f. Mfo iW nPvi 'dilcnly under Uiem
i? 0? , - lr.V1.? h-imo formation ln
jiniYt!. '"nl- and the- mine abKn
O'rl,, TUF APEX.
GEfl10'?!!:? bro:h-.T undertook to
Jm-v, ta V, " urHI asi August. .ir.
t :,rs.1 10 nnd -.o apes of
ii - 9ap lh" !"hart- ,lria iio'fol
. l?tU nii'V f n';r:'-' of the formation
llftfl?M,c ,,,lhc Muartzlte rock and
m m 'M" rL" or formation and
t 'ontltntly ever h'.ucc.
' ftBr'S'55c seventy foot below
JK11 Uuu;,?rtht'0,v l''t the forma-
0Kt ly n PF th'- 311,1 fl- """I that
TV-iTalip " "J? nst had sustained
nX& to i h '.,nwlnrow. Thle theory
3 Ter n HWn? of n,oro ,h!1 a
JC fov ,JJ" fJ"t. cntnlllns quite
JKi'S,ftiiI?E0,lY pnovKn. !
SbSU,5? lVr- ,);t,c,h l"mlSod
- tJK? In J'V 1 ,vu f,0f bond
5 Wllhih 'Kl 5c' ere In olid for-
lu ten day a. The request was ,
OVER IN WYOMING
Aspirants for Republican Nomination for Governor Num.rou3,
but Democratic Candidates Are Under Cover Chinese
Merchant Going: to Orient to Fight for Japan.
Cheyenne, Wyo., Feb. 11. Willis
George Kmerson, the promoter who
llrsl attracted attention to the Grand
Encampment mining district, has ad
mitted that he may be a candidate for
Governor of Wyoming, or, possibly for
Senator C. 1 Clark's scat in the Na
Other Republican candidates for the
gubernatorial nomination are Acting
Gov. Fennlmorc Chattcrton of Rawlins,
Postmaster G. W. Hoyt of Cheyenne,
tx-Senator J. ' M. Curey of Cheyenne,
Edward Ivipaon of Laramie and B. B.
Brooks of Casper.
Acting Gov. Chattcrton has caused a
good deal of comment n political cir
cles by a recent letter which he sent to
the- newspnpers of the State. Under tho
law of thc State he Is both Acting Gov
ernor and Secretary of State, having
been. elected to the latter position and
succeeding to thc former on tlu death
of Gov. ipeForest Richards. He draws
two salaries. In his letter he states
that, if nominated for Governor, he
will resign ns Secretary of State, if
I elected, nnd appoint somp man to the1
SoCVOtnvvsllIll H lin cl. o 11 V.,. Actt A
at the nominating convention. This
proposition haa not appealed to thc
politicians and Is believed to have in
jured what chances he mny have had
for the nomination.
Tho general Impression la that B. B.
Brook? Is backed by the- Republican or
ganization of the State and that his
chances' of nomination are thc best.
Thc movement to vote the State capi
tal away from Cheyenne has degenera
ted into a farce, nnd in all counties but
Natrona it Is conceded that Cheyenne
iriil receive nine-tenths' of thc votes
cast. Casper, the county seat of Na
trona county, is a candidate for the
capital, which explains thc attitude of
the residents of tho county.
No Democrats have come forward
for nominations of any kind, the pre
vailing impression being that, to run on
the Democratic ticket for a State office
is political suicide.
EVANGELIST SMALL TO
ESTABLISH A MAGAZINE
Cody, Wyo., Feb. 13. . Sam
Small, the noted evangelist and some
time temperance exponent, has decided
to- establish magazine here and hao
ordered color presses and two linotype
machines. The publication will be !
granted, and on thc ninth day the bed
ding plane was encountered showing four
feet of llrst-chiHs ore. It Is significant that
the point of discovery was made prac
tically below an open cut started by Mr.
Raleigh three months ago.
Developments since- have, demonstrated
the correctness of the theory. Thc de
scending wing of the anticlinal, which
bear? off ln an easterly direction, has been
prospected und four distinct oro chutes
opened up running to the hill along the
dip of the bedding plane. The eastern
most one Is 1000 feet from the npex of the
anticlinal. All these have strong bodies of
ore of the high-grade variety.
No. 10. the easternmost chute, shows the
richest ore yet found In thc Woodslde. av
eraging 60 per cent lead, 17 ounces silver
Wherever those chutes have been fol
lowed on the dip Into the hill they have
a tendency to show improvement In
strength and value, leaving Httlo doubt
but that Park Cit. will soon bring to light
another great mine. Already about 3 tons
of first-class ore has been stored In tho
bins nnd a large amount of second-class
has been piled up on the dump.
GOES TO HIS REWARD
Mt. Pleasant, Feb. 1L C. C. Rowe.
bne of Utah's pioneers and an old and
highly-respected resident of this place,
passed quietly to his great reward Fri
day night! Mr. Rowe was born in In
dlanu In 1S'J3 and in early life joined
the Mormon church and remained a
good and faithful member until death.
He was tho father of' seven children,
six of whom are living to mourn their
1 loss. He took part ill- the war with
I Mexico and also ln the Indian wars of
Extensive arrangements are being
made for an old folk party Thursday
evening. February IStli. .None unuer in j
years of ago Invited. The gathering Is
called for 1 p. in., when a pleasing pro
gramme will be rendered, after which
I dinner in to be served., this to be fol
! lowed by a dunce in the evening. The
dinnci and dance both free to all people
over CO years of age. '
Mrs. Grace Greene entertained a tew
lady frlerids Friday evening. A deli
cious lunch was served during thc even-
Much favorable comment is beard on
our streets toward the Twentieth Cen
tury club and our merchants who deal
In the commodity, for the .suppression
of UK- comic valentine. The members
of the Twentieth Century club took the
Initiative slop at a club meeting some 1
wholes ago, and a committee wailed
upon the merchants with a. request for
their help in this matter, which yas
courteously conceded. Tho Twentieth
Century club and our merchants both
deserve praise for this forward step to
ward the suppression of a nuisance,
and one that will lead to higher Ideas
and' better thoughts in connection with
ACQUITTAL OF BRENNAN.
Verdict of Not Guilty in Murder Case
The sciwittal nt Beaver of l'alrlek
Broom1 eh.irSl with the murder of two
Fins. Pcomed to pleas the public and
Brennan received many conpratulatlons.
Hitter foelirig was engendered between he
&? .SB. MSo
Gall n L "r k ,itle Warner", a fast wo
the ''.PA-Jftt Mumniw. The woman
Tli'nt Sicnrt iroulilo Jt It was claimed
?Ardti,c urScutlo that a beating that
., I h iv.ii her ic-vcral days before
2LvntcdC tho troubU.. The jury found
tldefendam SulM of battery, and he
vras fined 299.
I known as Thc State of Wyoming, and
will be devoted to the Interests of tho
commonwealth and to affairs at largo.
Small's daughter ls a resident of this
WYOMING VIEWS FOR
THE ST. LOUIS FAIR,
Cheyenne, Wyo., Feb. Ik Acting uii
der ordera from the Wyoming commis
sion to the Louisiana Purchase exposi
tion, Photographer .T. E. Stimpson has
prepared twenty-eight frames of views
of Wyoming scenery and industries.
There are 1S2 pictures in all. all arc col
ored and all wnre taken expressly for
this purpose. They nfTord a compre
hensive idea of the State's beauty and
The mineral exhibit of the State for
tho exposition and other minor exhibits
will be Bhipped to St. Louis Febru
WEALTHY CHINESE TO FIGHT
UNDER JAPANESE COLORS
Cheyenne. Wyo., Feb. H. Fired with
admiration for thc audacity of Japan.
Cap Chin, one of the wealthiest and
most Intelligent Chinamen of thc Chey
enne colony, left this morning for Naga
saki, where he will enlist in the Japan
ese armj and take the field against the
forces of the Czar. For years Cap Chin
has been raving money that he might
go home and be considered a wealthy
man." and was about ready to depart
when the war broke out. If he survives
lie will return Jo China and spend the
remainder of his life there. He is 3S
years of age. but remarkably active.
RAILROAD TO WILLOW
CREEK IS PROPOSED
Kemmcrer. Wyo.. Feb. 14 A pnrty
of surveyors arrived In the Kemmercr
district a few days ago for thc purpose
of estimating thc cost and possibility
of constructing a railroad to the Wil
low Creek district, which 1b located
about six mllc3 north of Kcmmerer.
Mines at the Creek aro owned by the
Kemmerer Coal company and produce
a good grade of coking coal. Building
has been going on for some time, and It
ls supposed that the Kemmcrer Coal
company Intends to build a number of
coking ovens and make the shipping of
coke a regular feature of their now ex
LINCOLN BAY OBSERVANCES.
SPRINGVILLE'S EXERCISES IN
THE LINCOLN SCHOOL.
A Fine Programme Rendered and
Enjoyed by the Public as Well
as the Pupils.
Sprlngvllle. Feb. IS. Delayed ln Trans
mission. Snrlngvlllc's newest school was
given thc name of Lincoln and as last
Friday. February 12tb, was tho first natal
day of that typical American since tho
erection of the building, a special effort I
wbb made by tbo Lincoln faculty und pu
pils, under thc direction of Superintendent
L. E. Eggertsen to observe thc day in the
moat fitting manner. That they were suc-
1 cessfu) Is evidenced by hundreds of happy
' children and loyal patrons.
The morning programme was given In
Principal Anna Sumslon's room, where
all the pupils of thc building und as many
citizens as could crowd In were assem
bled. As Is tbo custom in all school meet
ings, the programme was carried out
with much dexterity.
At the conclusion of thc programme thc
pupils lined up outside to saluto thc new
flag they have purchased and given to tho
1 school. In this attitude a photograph of
pupils, building faculty and all was taken.
Tho evening programme was given In
the same building und room, where acorea
of patrons listened from room and hall
ways to a well-arranged programme, con
sisting of reminiscent speeches by parents
and Instructors, splendid singing anil
playing bv pupils and vocalists, and pre
sentations of books, pictures, etc., by cltl
z"W faculty and children. At the con
clusion of the programme the board ot
trustees and the faculties of thc Wash
ington, tho Jefferson and tho Park were
. i iinlniin i-priMitlnn Mild ;i dolirrlit-
rul luncheon. Altogether It was a day
and un evening 3iich as is worth living
for The Lincoln faculty consists of the
following Instructors. Principal Anna
Sumslon, Miss EUsu Watson, Mlsu Mc
Fadden. Miss Buyer.
Song. "America" School
Pravor Mh's Ellsii Watson
T-ilk .. Principal Anna Sumslon
p'tnir song Second grudo
"L'ncoln an a Bay". .Miss Julia McFaddcn
"Lincoln as a Man" .Miss Rpsa Boyor
Lincoln vong ...... Second and third grades
Recitation. "Zina SlnglPlon'.. Third griule
Recitation. "Bortrum llaymond". ......
, Second grade
"Linooin Sentiments" Boys of school
Remarks ...... -- Citizens
Song, "Our Flag" Heglnners' grade
Sulule of Jlag.
Pravor Miss Siiiuslou
s'evvntv-flve volumes of books weiv pre
sented bv clllzoim. teachers and pupils.
"Lost Supper." in color, by II. T. Rey
nold. "Madonna," In color, by Superin
tendent Eggertsen. Painting of Lincoln,
school board, picture Mondenball, who
dedicated bulldin:,'-, picture McKlnlcy by
MrG McDouic-J-ll" picture "Thn'o Mar
tyred Presidents." by lliv. McDougnll.
"Several dollari in mony from patrons
Lincoln soiic x. ........ ...Children
Pi-aver Trustee O. B. Huntington. Jr.
Flag song Children
Talk Principal-Anna Suninlon
"Lincoln's Early Life"
MIhs Mary K. Thompson of JofCerson
Solo W. K. Johnson, Jr.
Lincoln's Later Life"
Harold Allcman of Washington school
Mri" Cm. Johnson, Miss 'bc.hhq C-ud-mundoon
and Miss BUskcrvIlle.
Violin solo .........Mr. Tnshaw
Remarks Board and citizens
DU1iVsophln Packard and Try.vi i3oyer
Remarks.. Superintendent L. E. EKurtson
'l'dnclpal Julia Alleman of tiic Jeffer
Prlnelpn.1 Osmon Justesen of the Wash
presentation of gifts
l'lTU'Ci .v ....... -Prmclnal Juiiteson
WILL CLEAR INNOCENT
Timely Arrest of a Suspect Saves Two Sons of a Spokane
Banker From Probable Conviction for
Spokane, Feb. 14. By the dramatic
arrest and confession or the real high
wayman, young Freeman and Norman
James, grandsony of the late Banker
S. S. Glldden, have btfen proven Inno
cent, and they are exonerated from
the charge or being connected with thc
series of highway robberies which tcr
lorlr.ed this community.
Freeman James?, 17 years- old, was ar
rested on, the testimony of one W. W.
Kay. who almost positively identified
him as a mounted highwayman who
had held him up in broad daylight on
a country road near here-
Freeman's arrest caused an Intense
stir heqe, for he and his brother, Nor
man. II years old, had been spending
much of their time galloping around
the country attired as cowboys. Thej
SETTLED OUT OF C0UKT.
Big Water Case at Logan Is So Ter
minated Educational Matters
to the Front.
Logan, Feb. ir.. After nearly a wepk's
hard flKhtlnK In the First District court,
the case of Henry Bullock vs the Spring
Creek Irrigation company was today set
tled by arbitration. It was mutually
agreed that each side should pay Its own
costs and that defendant should give
plaintiff five shares of primary water right,
said shares to be exempt from costs In
said suit. All parties concerned then shook
hands and left the courthouse rejoicing.
j ne uaj nils dccii t'.xugiiLiuiuuo ui-iiu in
educational circles. The Cache County
Educational Institute hold Its -regular
meeting at the Agricultural college. Pres
ident Kerr delivered an address on "The
Ideal School. " Prof. J. A. Anderson ren
dered n piano solo and Misses Love and
Peterson sang. After the meeting all took
luncheon at the domestic science depart
ment of the college. The various depart
ments were thn visited, and nil were well
pleased with their day's visit at the greut
The church board of examiners met at
Lho Brlgham Young college with mem
bers Tanner, Paul. Brlmhall and Llnford
present. This Is tho first meeting of the
board ever held In Logan. It was decided
to recommend to the. church board 6f ed
ucation the establishment of a Latter-day
Snlnt correspondence school that will give
Instruction ln normal and commercial
work, headquarters to bj at Salt Lake
City. Athletics, courses and text books
were discussed, and It was decided to re
quest the heads of tho various depart
ments In the three church schools of high
er Instruction to recommend to thc board
of examiners text books for use In all
the church schools for next year It was
also decided to hold a summer echool next
spusoii. to commence on June 13th or 20th
and offer courses In English, mathematics,
pedagogy, manual training, agriculture
and othe.- subjects Two specialists will
bo encaged from tho East. The place for
holding the summer school will be deter
WITH STONES AND
Officials of United Mine-Workers
Roughly Handled Near Trini
Trinidad. Colo., Feb. H. William
Fairly and James Mooney, members of
the national board of the United Mine
Workers of America from Alabama and
Missouri respectively, were waylaid this
afternoon on the road between Majes
tic and Bowen, dragged from their
buggy and beaten by eight men with
stones and six-shooters, and left lying
In the road.
They were able later to get ln their
buggy and drive to Bowen. Subse
quently they were brought to Trinidad.
Mooney wu seriously injured and had
to be taken to a hospital.
Fairly was able to go his hotel. No
arrcats have yet been made. This is
the first time since the coal mine strike
was inaugurated, on November 9th that
any of the officials of the United Mine
Workers have been, assaulted. It Is
reported that the men were attacked
by guards at the coal mines.
The Bingham Bulletin, ln its new form.
Is very neat, and n.s in tlie past la well
"Hnbles seem to be epidemic In St
Gnorge thp past few days,' says thc Ad--
Mr. and Miv. D. S. McCurdy have moved
fioin Salt Lake nnd will make Gunnison
th civ permanent home.
It is announced that the Rev. Sam W.
Small will publish a magazine, to bn
known a the Wyoming, at Cody. Wyo.
Joe II. De Witt, formerly publisher of
thc Stnr at Dolores, Colo., has purchased
the Soda Sprlnss Chieftain from L. II.
"Rube Pendroy accompanied J. W. Dy
klnH to Salt Lake City this weok. Mr.
Dyklns h:J been laid up with rhwUnia
ll Sin for some time and is going to the
city to try to obtain relief," says lhe Rich
A company has purchased the RIgby
(Ida.) SL-ir from J.' W. Ii.-irrj , A. T. J0I111
scn, formerly with George Q. Cannon
Sons Co . has been nuulc the manager of
the buslnc'?, nnd Goorgo K. Hill. Jr., for
merly of the Deseret News staff, has 'be
come lho editor.
The Idaho City World Hays: "Pete An
dorson, foreman at lho Washington mine,
left today for Salt Lsike City, to bo gone
1 yhort time. TlKixe best acquainted with
Mr Anderson, who Is now a nitmle man.
sav they would not b surprised If Mrs.
Andtrrou should accompany him on hl3
we're considered boys 0' rough tenden
cies. Suspicion Immediately pointed to
them ln connection with other bold
crlmep. and both were arrested on com
plaint of Julius Rlchter, a German, who
positively Identified them as robbers
who Invaded his home and beat him Into
Insensibility. Rlchter's wife and chil
dren also Identified the boys.
The father of thc boys ly connected
with the old National bank here, and
the family Is one of the mosl promi
nent in the city. Elaborate alibis had
Today the police captured Leroy
Burns, a gasfltter, 26 years old. who
confes:2d to the Kay robbery, and pro
duced a diary showing eight hold-ups
he has committed here. He implicated
William Hamilton, who was also ar
rested and has confessed to one rob
bery. The confessions will, It Is thought,
clear the James boy.
ACTRESS PUT UNDER
KNIFE IN NICK OF TIME
'New York, Feb. 11. Viola Allen,
whose engagement in "Twelfth Night"
nt the Knickerbocker theater was
brought to a temporary close last night
on account of her Illness, underwent an
operation for mastoiditis at the Eye
and Ear hospital today. The surgeon
who performed the operation discov
ered that the actress was suffering
from mastoiditis in its most advanced
"Had Miss Allen delayed In having
this operation twenty-four hours." he
raid, after It was over, "she could not
have lived. The brain Is exposed in
two places and It will take several days
to toll what the outcome will be "
j In and AbouUf
NEWS NUGGETS FROM NAMPA
"Sheep King" Noble Negotiating a
Big Land Deal Candidates for
City Offices Bobbing Up,
Nampa, Ida., Feb. li. Robert Noble,
known as tho "sheep king" of Owyhee
county, this State. Is negotiating with E.
II. Dewey for the purchase of 1100 acres
of farming lands owned by thc Dewey
estate. The property eurrounds the city
of Nampa nnd Is valued at $35,000.
Quito an Interest Is being taken in the
coming cltv election, although It Is two
months until election day. The names of
W F. Sutherland, Fred Barnes, Howard
E. King and Fenton G. Cottlngham aro
mentioned ao candidates for Mayor.
A number of apple-buyers are here and
the fruit is quoted at an advance. Tho
Ben Davis apple is quoted at from -W to
75 cmts tier box Potatoes are slightly
higher and tho stock limited. Present
prices are 05 and 75 cents per cental.
Fourteen carloads of fat cattle were
shipped to Seattle by Fry. Bruhn & Co. of
AT BLACKF00T, IDA.
New Stake in Idaho Town Closes a
Conference Membership Roll
Now About 25CO. .
Blackroot. Ida., Feb. 14. The first
Mormon conference of the Blackfoot
stake closed today. Fully 1500 Lutter-
.i c. !. .. .M-.onn t frwtnv nnd 1 It
erally jammed Houck's opera-houscj
where tho conference was hold.
Apostle Hiram Smith and President
J. Golden Kimball of Salt Lake City
were present and addressed the con
ference. Apostle Smith, who ls a son of Presi
dent Joseph F. Smith, in an inspired
uddresa this afternoon gave labor
unions a fearsome excoriation, accus
ing them of being Inspired by the devil.
The subject of raising sugar beets was
also taken up and thc brethren were
urged to plant beets for the factory at
The new slake Is now capable of
mustering something like 2500 mem
bers, which settles the question of mov
ing the county seat from Blackfoot, as
the people of the stake, which embraces
all of the territory ln Bingham count
from a few miles north of Shelly to tho
reservation, will stand pat on the coun
ty seat for Blackfoot. It has been a
long time since Blackfoot society has
been so. animated.
Last evening Elva Borryman gave
the prettiest Valentine party of the sea
son. Forty couples responded to the In
vitations and enjoyed a delightful even
ing at hearts. The beautiful home was
ta-stilv decorated ln hearts and the re
freshments served were ln the shape
of hearts. It was a most delightful
'"Iomlav night Mcsdames Houck and
Jnckman gave a dancing party at the
opera-house, and later In the week a
companv of the National Guard gave
an invitation ball at the armory.
BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN
SUICIDE, NOT ACCIDENT
Bole Ida.. Feb 14. The man Icllletl by
a trnln on thc Short Line near Mountain
Home vestcrday was Richard Flggln, a
miner. Ho had ben employed ut Pine.
It Is now believed that he committed
suicide, us tho engineer and firemen say
he loft the track In response to a warn
ing whistle and then threw himself on
the mils as they got nearer to him.
SENATOR CLARK BEHIND
NEW 810,000,000 CONCERN
Butte. Mont., Feb. 14. The Original'
Consolidated Mining company has been
Incorporated under , the laws of Wash
ington State by Senator W. A. Clark.
O. W- Clark, W. A. Clark, Jr., A. IT.
Wethcv. A, J. Johnston and W. M.
Blckfoi'd. with a capital of $10,000,000,
The company Is to work the Original,
East and West Stewart, und probably
other mlncH operated successfully by
Senator Clark for years. The object of
Incorporating' is said to be to simplify
operation of the airopcrtr ,
"JACKS IN OFFICE"
, IRVING CALLS THEM
English Actor Does Not Mince Words
in Objecting to Chicago's New
Chicago, Feb, 14. The city authori
ties have prevented the use of "spot
light" ln Sir Henry Irving's produc
tion of "The Bells," and have compelled
the etagc management to use Instead,
in the dream scene, a strong Incandes
cent light. This action. In connection
with other safeguards which have been
placed about Chicago theater audiences
since the Iroquois disaster, ha caused
no little annoyance to the English ac
tor, who expressed his displeasure when
called before the audience at the close
of his performance ln the Illinois Thea
ter. In the eourre of his remarks Sir
Henry said: "I trust that you will not
misunderstand me if J refer to the re
cent fearful, lamentable disaster which
occurred here the disaster which was
the result of panic Panics are always
terrible, und the disasters they produce
arc always terrible. That which oc
curred casta no reflection on your city
or on the theaters of your city, for It
could have occurred in any other city
in the world, and In a cathedral. In a
church, or in a railway station, just ns
easily as ln the theater.
"But It has produced a, panic a panic
among your officials. And I would like
it to be thoroughly understood by you
that sometimes much Injustice mny be
done by jacks in office. And T would
earnestly beg of you to exert all your
influence to allay the. feeling of panic
which at present exists among other of
ficials of youi great city."
FOR KILLING HER
Dover Woman Arrested on Informa
tion Furnished by a Five-Ycar-Old
Dover, Del.. Feb. 14. Mrs. !Mary
Anna Powell, wife of Alfred L. Powell,
was arrested, charged with the murder
of Estella Allaband. her twenty-one-year-old
adopted daughter, whose ter
ribly mutilated body was found last
Tuesday in the attic of the Powell
farmhouse near Magnolia, ten miles
Mrs. Powell was taken Into custody
after the funeral of the girl, which she
attended, this afternoon. She did not
The detectives say they have secured
a statement from Edgar Cooper, the
five-year-old adopted son of the Pow
ells, who wa alone in the house with,
Mrs. Powell on thc day the girl ls al
leged to. have been killed.
xVccording to the detectives, the boy
said that Estella had been struck by
Mrs. Powell with a piece of wood while
she was washing.
Tho Spring Hat
Is on sale with us today. We show
a pleaifing aggregation of styles In
derbies and soft goods that are exclu-
BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.
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DEADLY WORK OF '
Slays a . Deputy Sheriff in Cold
Blood, and Wounds One of
Missoula, Mont., Feb. 14. Ed Tredeau,
deputy sheriff for that part of Missoula
county tributary to Lolo, was shot dead
at 1 o'clock this morning by Herman
Parsons, a drunken character, whom he
vas trying to arrest.
Tredeau forcibly ejected Parsons from
a dancehall, and as soon as Parsons
was on the outside he told the officer
that he vwii going for his gun and would
kill him at the first opportunity.
He returned with his rlfie, and the
deputy, thinking that Parsons would not
shoot, advanced a few paces.
A shot rang out from Parson's Win
chester and Tredeau fell dead, with a
bullet in his heart.
A posse was quickly organized and
pursuit given. Parsons was encoun
tered near Lolo. He opened fire from
ambush, shooting Ole Erlceon through
Parsons later came to Missoula and
gave himself up, evidently fearing
For Infants and Children.
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