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J This Bam Ixflics Tbtbtotbi Monday Mokntng, February 15, 1904:. 9 j
CLASSIFIED ADS ... 9
I ON PAaE 16 j
5 this 1 a paBn' 1,0COV-aa
fPiot goes for fcM.
i! ff-e you're
rTUv HAND several
i T-rooiiodcrn homes, and
. feft. modcrn' por'
fSEShi So, a -well
. b'.-f-sed brick, por. bath. 2
l.ir? hot-water heat, 3x10. $5700.
an P-room mod. homo. bath.
: tor. beautiful 2x? lot,
i kSf,cfti uducod to J2S-30.
'T' fn onrt of city, a 10-room
g1o.l?t.Po 1, furnace, natural
! Jot on Sth B.. uor. bath, toilet.
'" ftuM, hall. Pantry, closet, cellar.
i Fi.rfSc. ror. bath, toilet, c 1..
J iWtMIc floored. (2HX7 and r.
5 viithly mod. pressed brick,
j jKooS barn that cost $1000),
j, ihcea mod. pressed brick, on E.
" .nid. brick. large rooms, por.
t ft Brighara. WJOO.
" i tnobire, on 4th w., zt.v.
S E and 2nd So.. 120O.
K XqR WILL TRADE FOR CITY
i 5i beautiful farm of SO acres on
j -rtom house, with other out-
; Hi weed; owner anxious to sell,
7th Eo. sl
i sr 3i de cornerT paying
t freca cosy brick cottage, nlos lot,
I tit wymtnts,
tatatl. desirable building lota,
I en payments.
B. J. WILLS,
Ji. 15 W. fcid So.,
"j Room 29.
? fcHES, FARMS, ACREAGE, BIO
y Eirral estate paper free at office.
C KfL-3 Courtney, 15 "W. 2nd So.
:f BUSINESS IS REAL ESTATE
& W M1Uer & Co" 112 W,r?nM
Bhi REAL ESTATE, MAKES
li Klir. M. Ashton. 207 Deaeret News
eton' real estate invest-
M Rial estate and loan brokers.
' TiaTllFrELD. GS-G3 COM'L
Km lots and busircss property.
J K2ES, WITH 6-ROOM HOUSE,
HHsdiy, flno land, bargain. C. W.
trn. 112 W. 2nd So sOGO
mSd J-ROOM HOUSE, 50xlC5 FT.;
T53fcu tfrms to suit. C. W. Miller
'tyiV.tad So. e361
W':1 CHOICE LOTS ON THE WEST
Svajral bargain. Investigate this. C.
ffiPs&Co., 112 W. 2nd Bo. sJW2
!f ' GENUINE BARGAINS.
E fcjJ a co?y cottage on L at., near
t -Md mc-dern, 1st st,
j-yj U-rtiora modern brick cottape,
Clt- Si icrea cholco land, near 11th E.
:;. aJ Hlh South.
' lots, Tth Eiat and 10th So.,
j RUie: caey terms.
; ' FOP. SNAPS SEE US.
,s-i g'-ils & Co., G. w. 2nd So. e5S3
i2. .IIALL YESTERDAY DE
1 at Mrs, Hilton was Hie wlfo of
eoB rne court decided that 3Ira.
u lt wife of Dr. Park.
3; lfe was she?
h ?"uof man' S111 n-110 people
u onal anewer to thlB question,
h-' 10 save yourself from ex
V '"?lon and protect your home,
0 P tae title guaranteed by The
Tlr5nd Savings company G. S
T"1 Soth street,
mtl .Tvncf 4 guaranty policy 19 only
' u,' Md the entire paid-up
t-v 5in ' rompany, a quarter of a
1 itaian, is behind every policy.
mi bSP?N's IN TOWN.
Il' Sli E- J81 St- Ground Floor,
a? E! ihoi1i.!J)'..balh' c collar.
s JN TOWN.
vFWtK?- l- hot a"d cold
K'.i 1 h rod9'. ver' close
4 Vront' . Bt- This Is a bnr-
jMiJK07N'S IK TOWN.
yiWwi &Vt,ul conior, cast and
vSFl odB nefir H and
' aw?rS IN TOWN.
'attEii' a.Hey. east front, on
awitpSS1 Jocatln; rnako offer.
fcii ,?N 8 IK TOWN.
"Blba (U 80Uth ,front- hlSl Broutid,
--SB-BHmt.r Wl Went.
HLS?03 IN TOWN.
SSHRPtt 1 rii h?u3xl0 rods, on
lK LT; clt' o 1.. good
per mo'; fvcst
jJSKSS2''8 IN TOWN.'
&'Lc'l-. bath, 32x132 foot
'MWK,S IN TOWN
II' W INLINE.
4 .Sfc aSm,fojAou,w on email
ff ay0rfbcforo th,s EPrln
f?lMfevara,n,sI ln vacant anil
&54 cu nV-cw.Vand 1,10 "rlc"
'wk tcrms t0 sult
S&B v""t 15 reasonable
- nTL nt'A,LTr CO..
tryiftv--L-la'Kur Ban Bids. B1026
PrlhL1Kl11 rent for ?
71lKS-R. clt coltapo. front
57. tleLn1,05,ctB: commodious
fUS?. ind nt :nat.el md srato
'Coa S room electrically
'Esuto inv. Co., 251 Main
FOR 3VLE-REV. E3TATZ,
REGE rIeaLTY CO.
TO THE PUBLIC:
Havlnc sold one-half interest In the
Rego Realty Co. to Mr. George Z Ed
, wards. late of Morcur. Utah, 1 donlre to
I Fay to our friends ond tho public that -we
I are fully prepared to do all klnda of con
tractlne and building, and will make a
specialty of small down payment. Wo
v.-lll buy you a lot. make your plans and
build your house and your monthly pay
ments will not be much moro than vou
aro now paying for rent. And while this
Is a new firm In Salt Lake. It Is not a new
bunlncfi? to us. You will have the advan
tage of havlnsr your plans made and vour
work supcrintendrd by a man who "has
Ecrved a lifo m tho building business.
(Our reference, our work.)
Mr Edwards will continue to look arter
his mining ntcre3ts thc uame aa In the
past, and will bo glad to meat his old and
new friends at his new plnco of businesa
at the office of the Rcge Realtv Co.
This recent snowstorm haa made some
of our customers anxious to po to Califor
nia, and we can make you wpeclnl prices
on a number of nice homes for tho noxt
few weeks. Call at our office, as we al
ways have men and rips ready to show
you what we have to sell.
List your vacant lots with 115. We have
REGE REALTY CO.. F. M POWnT.T,
MGR.. ROOMS 1G AND 17. OVER
KER'S BANK. TEL. 1C35-K 371
BROWN'S IN TOWN-SELLS REAL
estate, loans money, writes insurance. No
11 B. lnt South. ri52fi
Seo GODDARD, under Walkor'a bank.
WE SELL REAL ESTATE, THAT'S
all. Tuttlo Bros.. H3 Main; red ball nlsn.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. U. P R.
R. lands. E. .T. Wills, 15 W. 2nd So. ml837
REAL ESTATE. MONEY TO LOAN.
Cannon & Cannon, 24 E. So. Temple.
THE HOME TRUST & SAVINGS CO.
1 acre cholco land couth of city, $200.00.
4-room house, brick, newly built, $14S0.G0;
4-room" houo, sood lot, )75.00: monthly
The Hone Truat & Savlncs Co., G-S W.
lot South St. 1-2473
HEAL ESTATE. RENTS. LOANS, INB.
Hill InveBt Co., 166 So. W. Tomple. kCIS
AT A BARGAIN FOR CASH. IP
taken at once, 3 front lots on 2nd West,
near Paxton avo. Inquire Angus Lam
bert at Lambert Paper Co., 51 W. S. Tcm
plc. 'phonfc S35, s597
THE PARTY OF HOME-SEEKERS
under tho auiplccs of Harrington & Court
ney, who went to Churchill Co., Nevada,
to Investigate the '.anda lying under tho
now Government cunulD now being bullt:
returned on Thursday, Feb. 11th. Tho
party consisted oi 10, rs follows: Henry
C. Lawrence, B. S. Harrington, Gcorgo Do
Groat, C. G. Gosa, Edith Mason. W. Clin
ton. M. Walsh. G. Mahar. W. E. Hlgman
and H. B. Sastman. They wero highly
jileaaed with tho country and tho work
that Is bclnpr accomplished by the Gov
ernment and mado locations for them
selves. Any person wishing to learn the
address of these returned parties can get
them at thc office of Harrington & Court
ney, 15 W. 2nd South, who would stato
further that their second party will start
for Nevada in a few days; tho exact dato
will bo published in Tho Tribune Any
person entitled to the rights of citizenship
can got a J ome and a start in life. Cdme
and Investigate this proposition. Harring
ton &' Courtney. s922
TWO-STORY BRICK, EIGHT LARGE
rooms, pleasantly situated, conveniently
planned; electric lights, porcelain bath,
etc; must be seen to bo appreciated; of
fered chap by thr owner. Call at 810 E.
Sth South. s652
FARM OF 1G0 ACRES FINE LAND IN
Colorado; will sell cheap or trado for va
cant property In Salt Lake City. C. W.
Miller &. Co., 112 W. 2nd So. s050
BEAUTIFUL 4-ROOM Pr! BRICK,
new, ln rapidly growing part of city; $1500,
termn to suit,
G-room pr. brick, molern, oil finish, dry
cellar, $2200; $250 cash, nal. easy.
Choice building lots on Stato at.
Choice building lota on Sth East, very
cheap and easy terms.
Hubbard InvL Co.. 7S W 2nd So. a965
MONEY TO LOAN.
DON'T BORROW TROUBLE; BOR
row money. Snlaricd men or women ac
commodated on their note, without mort
gage or endorser. Easy payments. Con
fidential. Cherry, 407 D. F. Walker bldg,
Any amount to loan on furniture, planoa.
warchouso receipts, personals or any good
security. See ua of you want money. Our
rates lowest ln city. Easy terms; plenty
of time. 129 Keith-O'Brien bldg. r21G3
WE HAVE A LARGE SURPLUS OF
money on terms unusualy favorable to
borrowers. Interest and expenses lower
than any place In Salt Lake. The Homo
Trust & Savings Company. 6. 6, 10 West
First South street rl&25
EASTERN MONEY AT LOW RATES
of Interest on city property.
Wlck3, No. 63 State bL rlW3
ON CHATTELS OR REAL ESTATE
nnv amount; any time. O. F. Potcraon.
g W 2nd So.
$10 TO $25,000 ON CHATTELS OR REAL
estate. private. Equltnblo Loan and
invest. Co.. G3 w 2nd So. p7l2
-ON ANY PROPERTY; YOU RETAIN
noEBCSHion. Tho Stringer Co.. 70 W. 2nd S.
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS. EL
mer E. Darling & Co.. 0 W. 2nd So.
$10CO TO $50,000. ONE TO FIVE YEARS:
farm or city property. Jamea K. Shaw,
under Walker Bros. bank. pS3
ON UTAH AND IDAHO FARMS.
Miller Sc. Vlelc. 503 McCornick bldg.
ON FURNITURE. PIANOS CR GOOD
ceourity. without removal: private. B, F.
Stolzcnbcrger. 15 W. 2nd So., room 23.
CITY AND FARM PROPERTY, G AND
7 per cent. J". L. Pcrkcs. 1BG S W. Tempi?.
R L. TRACY, 11 E. 1ST SO.. LENDS
money; no commlsBlon, expense or delay.
WE LEND MONEY TO BUILD
houaca. It 10 not nccosaary to havo the
houso built first. We will advancts tho
money aa the houso progresses. Lowest
rates. Part payment any time, and inter
est reduced accordingly. McGurrin & Co..
Ill Main street. mm
MME A. SWENSON. VOCAL IN
nruetor. the only teacher of Garcia meth
od Hours dally. 10 a. m. to 0 p. m. 'Phono
r?)-y. Calder'c music ctoro. u'
WHY PAY A BIT FOR A POOR CIGAR
wheJ 1 you can get the Blue Point Per
fVeto for tho uamn prico. made by Whlt
aker & Dallae. rind sold by dealers every
TELL ME WHAT YOU SMOKE AND
1 will tell you what you are. Smoko
Chesterfield Clgara. 2 for 25c. e21S
RED SANDSTONE. $10.00 PER CORD
Immediate delivery Brown Stone Co.
No. 11 E. 1st So., ground Jloon rUl"
HAY, GRAIN AND COAL.
SUITS TO ORDER, $15 UP. FIT GUAR
antccd. Sorscn & Larsen, 145 W. 2nd
SECOND-HAND MINE AND MILL
machinery motors, pipe and rail of all
alzc3. J M. Swcm, So. 3rd West. 8215
NEW OR 2ND-IIAND; CASH. TRADE
or terms. Sorensen-Stoutt Co., 42 E. 2nd S.
MONDAY NIGHT, LADY'S WATCH.
Return to 141 South 8th East and be re
ONE BULL PUP, BRINDLE COLOR.
Return to P. A. Sorcnscn, CIS South Stato
sL. and rccclvo roward. P. S. Reasonablo
reward offered for any Information lead
ing to thc recovery of nbove-mentloned
YELLOW AND WHITE COLLIE DOG,
also fur glove. G21 E. 3rd So.; reward.
NEW OR 2ND-HAND; EASY TERMS;
In perfect condition; come and see our
bargains. Utah Auto Co., 370 Main. Tel.
DR. A. SCOTT CHAPMAN, DENTIST.
C05-6 Scott-Strevell bldg. 'Phono 1S54-Y.
RENTED, REPAIRED, EXCHANGED
F, I, Carter, 3rd So. Cor. W. Temple; tel.
NEW OR 217D-HAND,CASH. TRADE
or terms. Sorensen-Stoutt Co., -iS E. 2nd
Roya! Neighbors of America meet
every Saturday night ln Modern Woodman
hall. All "members arc requested to at
tend February 20th and assist In starting
a degree team and help to make a social
February 27th a success.
A ARGENT A LODGE NO. 8, F. AND
A. Ms. At Masonic hall first Tuea
V day of each month. Members of
Glster lodges and sojourning? breth
FRANK P. SHERWOOD, W. M.
MOSES C. PHILLIPS, Secrotory.
WASATCH LODGE NO. 1. F. AND A.
M. Masonlo hall, aecond Friday each
month. Mombers of alster lodgos and so
journing brethren ln good standing In
vited. A. BROWN, W. M.
A. J. LOWE, Secretary.
MT. MORIAH LODGE NO, 2. F. AND
A. M. Masonic hall, second Monday eaoh
month. Members of slstor lodges and so
journing Drethrcn in pood standing in
vited. JAMES H. BROWN. W. M.
CHRISTOPHER DIEHL. Secretary.
EL KALAH TEMPLE, A. A. O. N. M.
B, Third Wednesday of each month. Ma
Bonlc hall at 8 p. m. All nobles eojuorn
C. F. JENNINGS, Potentate,
'A. BROWN, Recorder.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
DESERET CAMP 403 MEETS EVERY)
Friday night at 8 o'clock In Knights of
Pythias hall. 281 Main atroet.
JOHN RUSSELL, Consul Commander.
T. E. NEWMAN, Clerk.
WOODBINE CIRCLE NO. 41 MDET3
every Tuesday at I. O. O. F. hall.
SILVER MAPLE CIRCLE NO. 103
meets every Friday night at I. O. O. F.
FRATERNAL UNION OF AilERICA.
every Monday at I. O. O. F. temple
T. E. HARPER, F. M.
H. J. HESS, Secretary.
Becond and fourth Tucsdaya. 8 p. m. I. O.
O F. temDle.
UTAH LODGE NO 1. EVERY
Thursday, 8 p. m., I. O. O. F. temple.
SALT LAKE NO. 2. EVERY FRIDAY,
5 p. m at I. O. O. F. temple.
JORDAN LODGE NO 3. EVERY MON
Cay, 8 p. m., I. O'. O. F. halt
RIDGLEY LODGE NO. 9. EVERY
Thursday, 8 p. m., L O, O. F. temple
ENTERPRISE LODGE NO. 16. EVERY
Wednesday, 8 p. m-, I. O. O. F, templo.
FIDELITY LODGE NO. 17. I, O. O. F.
tneots every Wednesday night at 8 o'clock,
L O. O. F. tomple. Visitors welcome
E. B. HENDERSON, N. O.
J. C. SMITH. Secretary.
REBEKAH NAOMI LODGE fD. OF
R,) No. 1. Every second and fourth Sat
urdays, 8 p. m., L O. O. F. toraplo.
MIRIAM LODGE CD. OF R.) NO. B.
Every first and third Saturday. 8 p. m,, L
O. O. V. tomple. Rebekahs Invited.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
Tuesday. K of P. hall, &51 Main street,
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3.
Every Thursday evening, K. of P. halL
C ALAN THE LODGE NO. 6. EVERY
Monday. K. of P. halL
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 2$, K. OF P.,
meets every Saturday evening, 8 o'clock,
KL of P. halL
KNIGHTS OF THE MACCABEES.
Every Thursday, I. O. O. F. hall. Vlsltlne
LADIES OF THE MACCABEES.
8ALt' LAKH CITY jSvNoT
tuets avcry first and third Tuesday, 8 p.
jn,. L O. O. F. ball.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
SALT LAKE AERD3 NO. ffl. EVERY
Friday, 8 p. m., U W, First South.
and third Tuesday, 8 p, nu, A. O, U. W,
"ST L. COu1?CiT1t! 2NDAN7Si
nmrndays, Auerbach building.
A 1L A. JOPLXN, Ret
E. L. JONES, Sec
pAVTKH BROTHERHOOD OF
BURNED UNDER SNOW
Herrible Death That Came,
te J. J. Burnswood.
MINER'S BODY IS FOUND
Was Beneath the Steve and
Body Pound by Probing Avalanche
With an Iron Rod "Within Fifteen
Peet of Where Cabin Stood.
Tho search for tho body of J. J. Burns
wood, which has been ln progress, at Alta
since Thursday afternoon, when his cubln
was swept away by a snowallde, culmi
nated yesterday in the di3covery of thc
rcmairiB within fifteen foot of the former
alto of tho cabin. Thc body reached thla
city last'cvcnlng and an inquost will be
The body was lying underneath a cook
stovo and Its burned condition indicated
that there mUBt have been a big fire in
the stove at the time of tho accldont, Thc
comforting assurance is glvon, however,
that Burnawood did not meet death by in
cineration nor suffer from thc fire. Ills
head was so badly crushod that ho must
have been almost Instantly killed.
A. O, Jacobson, auporlntendent of the
Columbus Con., was tho man who mado
tho discovery. He had been in tho tunnel
over tho mouth of which the cabin stood,
and there amellcd thc odor of burning
flesh. This fact suggeated to him that
thc body was somewhere near tho tunnel
mouth. He procured a long rod, which ho
pushed through tho snow at varl0U8
placca. Aftor probing tho snow for two
hours the rod encountered a yielding aub
stance. Mr. Jacobson called to Allio Col
bath and Ed Molenberp, who wero search
ing the gulch about sixty feet below.
Tho threo men began digging and about
four feet from tho Burraco. uncovered tho
object of their search. The remains lay
between the stove and a part of tho cabin
wall and partly beneath the stove. The
stovo was broken In fragments, Bums
wood's head was oruBhed in such a man
ner as to cause almost instant death.
Tho delay in finding the body was duo
to tho fact that all tho searching had
been carried on furthor down tho moun
tain aide, whero tho othor victim of the
slide was recovered. No ono thought to
look where tho cabin had stood, as it was
supposed It and Its contents had oeen car
ried for a great distance. Thcro was great
rejoicing ln camp when thc body was dis
covered, as it had been foarod that de
composition would set ln before it could
bo given a decent burial. Moreover, tho
search has occupied tho time of nearly
overy ono in tho diggings.
Messrs. Obcrlander and Stcvena of Alta
brought the body to Salt Lake in a pri
vate conveyance, reaching hero last night.
Coroner Clark is now in chargo of the re
mains. Burnnwood'a cabin was built ln an ex
posed placo and It It) eatd that ho had fre
quently beon warned of his peril, but took
tho warnings lightly.
ZANG WAS OFF
OFFICER IN CITIZENS' CLOTHES
FOUND LIQUOR BEING SOLD
Pollco Officer Moore, thc newest man on
tho force, turned himself into a plain
clothes detcotlvo yesterday and arrested
Ed Broughton, bartender at tho Zang sa
loon on Second South streot, Broughton
was charged with violating tho Sunday
Mooro went into tho placo In tho clothing
of a civilian and loitered with the crowd
for some tlmo. Having convinced himself
that liquor was being sold he surprised
the bartender by telling him that he was
an officer. He escorted thc man to tho
station, where Broughton deposited a bond
of tlOO and was released.
Moore was detailed to the work for tho
reason that he has been on tho forco only
a fow days and w'as known as an officer
to only a fow.
HNQRAVER3 AND DESIGNERS.
DE BOUZEK ENG. CO. CUTS FOR
all purposes. 27 W. 8. Temple. r2S7
DIAMOND AND ALL OTHER KINDS
sold by Clt. Coal Co., 63 W. 2nd So. Tel.
H. B. DAVIS. PLUMBING, HEATING,
eewcr work. Tel. 1371-Y. 123 E. tod So.
SCHOOL OF COOKERY.
MISS CANNON INSTRUCTOR; PAR
tlculars at 24 E. So. Temple. rl27J
CARPENTERS AND JOBBERS.
ROY WATROUS, 67 E. SRD SO. ELE
vator and Job work. Tel. 1C75-Z. 0579
SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND.
SHORTHAND. FRENCH, GERMAN
Typewriting done. 226 D. F. Walker. rl725
PATENTS FREE. CONSULTATION
office, 35 Eaglo blk., 2nd floor. dlOW
MISS AMELIA NBLfiON, ROBES,
ovejilng gowns a specialty. 20 So. 4th
ROOFING REPAIR8 REASONABLE.
S. L. Gravel Roofing Co.. 449 W. 1st No.
SUNBURST AND ACCORDION
plotting. Mrs, Jennona, 47 . la; So miUy
HOW THE SAN PEDRO
GOT RIGHT OF WAY
Greatr Advantage Gained by thc Salt Lake Route in Its
Fight for Track Room in
Riverside, Cal., Feb. 14. The Salt
Lake railroad Ia8t night effected an en
trance Into Riverside by capturing- n
section of therlght-of-way which had
been ln dispute. Three hundred men
were stationed along thc road, and at
1 o'clock, at a given signal, they set to
THE MAYOR'S SLATE
WILL BE SMASHED
There appears to be little doubt that
thc Repubjlcan members of thc City
Council arc determined to break the
slate of appointments sprung- upon
them by Mayor Morris at last week's
meeting-, and it is generally believed
that the smashing act is on the pro
gramme for tonight's session. The
incumbents of important places
for whom the Republicans are stead
fastly holding out are Dr. M. R. Stew
art, Health Commissioner; L. C. Kel
sey, City Engineer; J. F. MacKnlght,
Land and Water Commissioner; James
Social and moral conditions ln Japan
furnished the theme of a very interest
ing discourse by Rev. W. M. Paden at
the First Presbyterian church yester
day morning. He dwelt upon the won
derful progress in enlightenment and
civilization among the Japanese people
in the last half-ccntury. and said that
while the people are eager for the ma
terial benefits and tho Intellectual Ideas
of the West, they do not welcome the
religion of Christianity which has made ,
Western civilization possible. "They
want the fruits, but reject thc tree
which bears the fruit." said Dr. Paden.
He said that Christianity was first
introduced by the Roman missionaries
300 years ago and gained remarkable
headway, but on account of the desire
of the church to control in matters po
litical it was crushed and Christianity
FOR LOCAL TROOPS
Twelfth Infantry May See Sorvice
in the War Now on in the
The Twelfth infantry, of Fort Doug
las, -will leave here about February 21st
for San Francisco, from whence it will
sail on March 1st for Manila. This has
been finally settled by the receipt of
general orders No. 26, from the War de
partment, designating the Twelfth for
sorvlco in the Philippine Islands, and
directing that it embark, under the di
rection of the commanding General, De
partment of California, on the date
named. The Twenty-second battery of
field artillery will be left ln sole charge
of Fort Douglas until such time as
another regiment of infantry can be
sont to the post. It is thought likely
that this will be the Eleventh, which
is soon to return from duty in tho Phil
ippines. There la some reason to be
lieve that the Twelfth may see service
where American Interests may need
special guarding on account of the
Russo-Japanese war, although nothing
official on this point has beon given
It is stated In the order of transfer
that "upon the arrival of the Twelfth
at Manila the Twenty-ninth infantry,
under the direction of the commanding
General, Philippines division, will be
reliovcd from duty therein and placed
en route to San Francisco. The station
of this regiment will be designated
In regard to recruiting and re-enlistment
in the Twelfth the order says:
Tho regiment will bo recruited to tho
strength authorized by gonoral orders No.
IDS, Octobor 25, 1902, headquarters of tho
army, Adjutant-General's office, and will
bo fully clothod, armed, equipped and
supplied and provided with not to cjc
cocu fifty rounds of ammunition por man
(four boxes to a company) to bo carried,
aa far as practicable ln original packages
and ln an accessible place.
All tho enlisted men of tho regiment
who shall havo less than ono year to
Borve on tho lot of March, 11XM, will bo
discharged for tho convenience of tho Gov
ernment on their written promlso to re
enllst for a full term of threo yoar3. and
on being so discharged will be Immediate
ly ro-enllsted. All onllstcd men who shall
havo loss than ono year to servo from tho
dato of tho proposed departuro of the rcg
lmont, and who do not deslro to bo dis
charged and re-onllatod aa specified above
will bo transferred by tho department
commanders to other organizations serv
ing in their respectivo departments. In
tho case of non-commlssloncd officers tho
transfer will be aa privates, but Bhould
they prefer they may bo discharged for
tho convenience of tho Government.
After the re-onllstments mentlonod in
tho preceding paragraph, department
commandors aro furthor authorized to
transfer to tho Twelfth Infantry, to tho
ftxtent of actual vacancies therein, . such
enlisted men of other Infantry regiments
in their commands as desire foreign ser
vice and have at least two years to servo
Any voxa-nclea remaining ln tho outgoing
regiment aftor theso transfers will be
filled by thn aaBlgnraent of tho necessary
reorulto from rendezvous.
In tho caae of non-commissioned offlcora
tho transfers will bo as privates.
New claBsea In phyoical oulturo, ora
tory, llteraturo and English.
Open class for mothers and children,
Tuesday, Feb, 16th, at 4:15.
MISB PIERCE AND MISS DAVIS,
CommjsrlaJ, Club SlOS. .
work laying rails. At daylight this
morning the rails had been laid to their
passenger station at Seventh and Vine
streets. There area, number of in
junctions ln force along Vine street and
a long legal battle had been promised.
Thc railroad now has possession and
what course the objeotors will take is
Devlne,' Chief of the Fire Department,
and Chief Lynch of the Police depart
ment. No special light is being made
for Frank L. Hines, Superintendent of
Waterworks, It appears, for the reason
that there is no Republican Council
man from his ward, which is the
Fourth. The Republican members ex
pect to make some concessions to the
Democratic Mayor. One of these, it is
said, will be to permit Peter S. Condle
to remain in the position of Superin
tendent of Streets and Irrigation. .Mr.
Condle is a Republican who worked, for
the election of Mr. Morris, and the
clerks ln his department are mostly
DR. PADEN TELLS OF
CONDITIONS IN JAPAN
was driven out. The effect of this was
to close the doors of the empire to out
side influences until 1S54, when Commo
dore Perry steamed into the harbor of
Yokohama and secured a treaty which
opened the ports of Japan to foreign
commerce. The fifty years since that
time 13 called the period of enlighten
ment by the Japanese. Tho growth of
new Ideas Is mado easy by thc com
pactness of the country and the concen
tration of population along the sea
board. "Considering tho obstacles to bo over
come, Christianity has done very much
In the Empire of Japan," said Dr.
Paden; "considering tho work to be
done, the resulto already achieved
seem very small Yet within the last
ten years there has been a noticeable
Increase in morality and. ln business
honesty, correcting the twp greatest
faults of the Japanese character."
PLUM ALLEY IN
INCENSE, TOM-TOMS AND FIRE
CRACKERS ANNOUNCE AR
RIVAL OF NEW YEAR'S.
With a furious cannonade of giant
firecrackers and aglow with flames from
many altars, Chinatown ushered in the
new year at 12 o'clock last night. Plum
alley was in a turmoil and olive-tinted
Chinks kept up the weird and fearful
din until daybreak.
Tomtoms beat Incessantly, while the
wild Jabberlngs of the elated Celestials
mingled to create a monster uproar.
Preparations havo been made for the
most elaborate celebration ever given
in Salt Lake's Oriental quarter. Fire
works of overy kind have been received
ln largo quantities and hop and Incense
are there ln profusion.
A number of new josses have been
Installed in the alley for the benefit of
the Increasing population. Whisky and
rice were poured ln front of the graven
Images yesterday to drive away any
evil spirits that might be lurking in
the vicinity. All the afternoon and eve
ning faithful worshipers of the wooden
god made obeisances. "Cowtow" is
tho term they use, which means the
bowing down and bending of knees be
fore tho Joss.
A venerable priest keeps watch over
the Josses and receives whatever offer
ings may bo made to appease the wrath
of the gods. Incense fires will be kept
burning constantly until tho celebration
ceases. On the altar of every Jos3 a
flro has been lighted.
Preparations have been made by the
Chinamen to receive and welcome any
visitors who may desire to witness the
festivities. They sent a committee to
the Chief of Police yesterday, however,
asking protection from the hoodlums
who interfered with their proceedings
last year. The celebration will con
tinue for one week.
Tendonoy of tho Times.
The tendency of medical science Is to
ward preventive measures. The best
thought of tho world Is being given to
the subject. It Is easier and better to
provent than to cure. It has been fully
demonstrated that pneumonia, one of
the most dangerous diseases that med
ical men have to contend with, can be
prevented by the use of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. Pneumonia always re
sults from a cold or from an attack of
influenza (grip), and it has beon ob
served that this remedy counteracts any
tendency of these diseases toward pneu
monia. This has been fully proven in
many thousands of cases ln which this
remedy has been uced during tho great
prevalence of colds and grip in recent
years, and can bo relied upon with im
plicit confidence. Pneumonia often re
sults from a slight cold when no danger
1b apprehonded until It 1b suddenly dis
covered that there Id fever and difficulty
in breathing and palnn In the chest, then
It is announced that tho patlont has
pneumonia. Be on tho Bafo Hldo and
take Chamborlaln's Cough Remedy as
soon as tho cold is contract d. It al
jk3 qwh Foe K aQ druEfflsts ,
STOPS SAN PEDRO I
WITH A SHOTGUN I
Tide Land Homestoaders Cause Trou-
hie for Railroad Builders at '
J the Other End. ! H
A letter received In tho local San Pe- I
dro' office tells of thc snag" tho officials of
tho Salt Lake routo havo encountered on
tho ocean front.
San Pedro people aro deeply interested
ln what promises to be, a legal etrugglo .
between tho Salt Lake Railroad company '
and tho homesteaders who havo squatted 1
on tho tldo lands skirting tho railroad
right of way along tho ocean front Right ' .
of possession of thla water front land la '
the bono of contonllon, Thoxo who, havo
staked out homesteads or havo. erected jH
homes on the lands claim it is Govern- j
mcnt property, subject to settlement,
while tho railroad company maintains that
It Is thc sole property of thc railrondcor-
poratlon by right of purchase and all , ' tM
others aro trespassers.
Last week tho railroad officials ordored
a gang of laborers to clear tho tldclandR ;
of tho stakes planted by moro than a
scoro of residents of San Pedro, Half a
mile of the beach was "combed" of these j
homestead stakes, but the work stopped ''
about a hundred feet from a little shanty f
built by John Collins. Threo months ago . '
Collins built his houso upon tho bench.
The Btructuro Is only 1Gx20 feet, but Col-
11ns says his homo la his castlo and de- fM
lien tho railroad people to tear down his IH
houeo or remove the stakes ln the lot ad-
Joining, which ho haa also staked. ' 1
Collins has constructed a timber foun- IB
datlon for tho erection of another dwelling I
on his vacant claim and immediately ad- IH
Joining on the south J. Mashon, another ( tM
squattor, has done likewise. The erection
of these two foundations of flimsy scant-
lings, Intended as thc support of pros- 1 IH
pectlve dwellings, proved the buffer zone
between tho railroad company's work of IB
obliterating tho staked claims and Col- 1
Una's dwelling , JM
COLLINS IS DETERMINED. 1 H
Collins declares he Is determined to '
stand by what he bollevea aro his rights '
and that no railroad corporation shall 1
tako snap Judgment on propositions of law 1
where his home Is at stake Ho la ap-
parenlly slncero ln his determination to . l
resist any effort on tho part of tho rail- I
road to evict him and will only yield to a ,
process of law. 1 I
"They started to tear out tho stakes of , J
tho homesteaders down the beach on , iH
Thursday," said CollinH In discussing his H
position, "but they did not touch my ,
claim. This Is my hou60 and that is my 1 11
lot (pointing to tho staked bit of ground 1
adjoining) and I havo kept a gun besldo 11
mo ever slnco they commenced meddling ' H
around here Any ono who tries to forco iH
mo to leave and has not tho right to do ,
It tako his llfo In his hands. This is my 11
property and I have a right to defend it. 1 !
If the law says I am wrong, that Is dlf- 1
ferent." 1 IH
With this brief statement Collins dls- , i H
missed tho subject and declined to discuss k
It further. No ono connected with tho
railroad company in San Pedro appears VM
to know who Collins Is; ln fact, they did 11
not know thc name of tho determined IB
man ln tho llttlo green cottage loss than IH
a hundred feet .from tho East San Pedro
railroad station. , :WM
He and his shotgun appear to have In- 'H
eplred a sincere respect. And Colllna ( jH
looks like a man who docs not Indulge In ' jll
ldlo talk. Ho Is a large, powerfully-built jlH
man, about 53 years of ago and as silent jH
aa tho sphynx when any attempt Is made jH
to draw him into conversation that ho
thinks he should avoid. Beside him. along iH
tho beach to the north, aro a number oC i !
small dwellings, all occupied, and all ac- ;
quired In the aamo manner In which Col- IIH
Una secured his. These people apparently f JH
aro waiting to see what Collins will do. I IjlH
If ho evacuates tho territory no doubt '
they will follow him, If he holds on they
aro likely to stick also.
RAILROAD IS DISCREET. H
W. W. Fairbanks, tho railroad com-
panya agent and representative at San IB
Pedro, declined to discuss tho belligerent IH
attitude of tho squatters or the position
and Intention of hla company, except to 11
stato that he was working under orders. 1 ILH
Fairbanks said ho had boon ordered to '11
clear off tho stakes planted by so-called IH
homesteaders along the beach and he had
dono so last Thursday. Ho said he did not
know tho name of tho man occupying tho
little green house, but It Is significant
that thc railroad company's men stopped .
grubbing stakes when they got to Col-
Ilns's lino. t JM
Although Agent Fairbanks would not ill
discuss tho railroad's Intentions In tho Hl
promises it is Intimated that tho com- til
Cany claims ownership to all lands cm-
raced beyond the actual right of way IB
down to low water mark. This distance '11
varies at different points from Terminal
Island station to East San Pedro station. iiH
In somo places tho wators of tho ocean ''H
wash up to within a fow yardo of tho i'l
right or way, whllo at other points It Is ill
several hundred yards seaward. ilH
Tho settlement of tho whole controversy IH
will probably not be effected until tho mat- Sl
tor has been given a legal airing. jH
SKIN TORTURES I
f Itching, Burning, Scaly " H
Skin and Scalp Humors, H
Eczemas, Rashes and H
Irritations instantly ie- H
lieved and speedily j, H
cured by warm baths H
CUTICURASOAP : I
And gentle anointings with Culicura Oict 1 ! , IH
Start, when ohystfuns and all rW i
I Business I I I
I Growth I :! I
I Has caused us to expand Into I , 1
H larger quarters. We occupy H j
both floors of our building, I f
I with a fine display of men's I ; j
U and boys' I
ClOfhilK and I I
Furnishings I I
Spring Goods Arriving Daily. K J
Rowe & I m
Kelly So., I !
I Solo agentB for Hirsh, Wick- I IH
H wire & Co.'a Ready-to-Wear 1 r 'H
1 Olothing. I j 'M
1 133 MAIN ST. I j H