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H: 12 The Rat.t Tjattb Tmbthste: Sunday Mokntng Fjsbruaby 21, 1904. I
HOW THEY BEAT THE
"Here, hero, quick! Thoro's your i
If car," and the speaker thrust a atrcoKi
j car transfer into tho othor man's hand.
L t It wns not a caso of a friend dying
. at St. Mark's hospital, nor was thcro a
I' matter o momentous Importance- do
ll ' ponding upon the man's presenoo at a ,
I ' meeting, Thore was only a nickel at
stako and the actions oC tho two rac.n
upon the corner of Main and Second
South street at the noon hour hardly
justified tho hasto of tho one In reach
ing his follow or tho latter' s celerity In
boarding a Warm Spring's' car.
Upon maklncr a cursory Investigation
I "i of tho matter It transpired that tho
: two men wero clerks In a store; that
tho one had just returned from hla
' luncheon and the other had left for his
midday meal. The first man lives In
the eastern part of the. city, the othor
y lives over In the northwest quarter.
The ono goesto his dinner shortly be
A fore noon, tho other when the first has
i returned. The first asks for a trans
fer to the Warm Springs' line and turns
It over to his friend when he alights
from tho car. In thin way fi cents
j. servos to pay the faro of the one from
his homo to his work and the fare of
tho other to his home.
! It is an easy dodge and the street car
?i company is the victim. There Is no fig
?; wring tho amount that is lost to the
t' stockholders of tho company in thla
v' way each month. The practice, has as
n! siuned big proportions and thoro Is
scarcely a clerk in any of tho big stores
I!; FIVE INDICTED IN
f ' IROQUOIS FIRE CASE
.! Chicago Grand. Jury Holds Building
' Commissioner and His Inspector
Responsible Also Others.
'I CHIC AGO. Feb. 20. The special grand
H jury summoned to Investigate tho Iro-
quo Is heater lire completed Its labors
i tonight by voting Indictments against
five men and no bills agalnBt four
others. Tho formal report of the jury
will not bo mado public until next Tuos
Thooe who were Indicted are:
Will J. Davis, part owner of1 the Iro
; quols theater; Thomas Noonan, business
manager of the theater, and1 James K.
Cummlngs, stage- carpenter, all of whom
' are charged with manslaughter; George
Williams, City Building Commissioner,
and Edward Laughlln, City Building
; Inspector, charged with culpable omis
sion of official duty in office
, "No bills" wore voted against Mayor
I ! Harrison. Fire Marshal Mushman. Flre
. man William H. Sellers and William
'jj McMullen, operator of the flood light
jl1 which set flro to the asbestos curtain.
I SEORETARY HEATH
; LEAVES COMMITTEE
(Continued from Page L)
resignation of Perry S. Heath as secrc
i tary of the Republican national com-
mittee, and announced tliat he would
accept It immediately.
The duties of secretary will devolve
on Elmer Dover, the assistant secre
tary of the committee, until the full
commlttoe meets, a few days before the
national convention, whan a tecretary
will bo elected, to succeed Mr. Heath.
CLEVELiAND, O.. Feb. 20. Postmaster-General
Payne'o statement relative
to the resignation of Perry S. Heath,
secretary of the Republican national
committee, was read to Elmer Dover,
the assistant secretary, tonight.
Mr. Dover said that he would accept
Mr. Payne's appointment as temporary
secretary until the successor to Mr.
Heath Is formally named.
Mr. Dover did not care to state
whether ho would, in the event of his
appointment to the ofllce, accept tho
position or not. He said that he had
an appointment to meet Mr. Payne In
Washington early nest week. The
power of appointing the secretary, ac
cording to Mr. Dover, belongs to Mr.
I- IMPORTERS G-UIXiTT'
OF CHEATING CUSTOMS
NEW YORK, Feb. 20. Martin D. i
I Cohn, Jr , partner of tho firm of A. S.
Rosenthal &, Co., the largest Importers
of Japanese silks in the United States',
and Charles C. Browne, .a suspended
examiner of silks, attached to the
"United States appraiser's stores, were
today convicted in the United States
1 Circuit court of conspiring to defraud
the Government through fraudulent
' entries in the importation of silks. Tho
jury made a strong recommendation of
mercy In behalf of Cohn.
H ALL OVER THE COUNTRY-Scnator
Gmoot telegraphs Gov. Wells and Mayor
H Jiorrlo to have limits of forest reserves
HI fixed... Ropubllcan leaders consider elcc-
Hj tlon of a successor to Senator
Hj If anna Perry S. Heath resigns 03
HI nccrotary of tho Republican na-
Hl tionnl committee. , "Wiir to bo continued
HI on tlio pool rooms in Illinois.... Crusade
Hj against wine rooms Inaugurated In Jor-
H Key City...SalarIco of rural carriers to bo
Hj Increased.. ..Head-on collision occurs at
H Hobart. Ind., and ono man killed.- .Dc-
H pre33lon In trading on "Wull street. ...F. D.
H Colson choccn coach of Harvard rowing
H crow.. ..Building of greater navy consid-
H ered by CongresB....Dobate on canal trca-
H ty resumod.
H ' FOREIGN Russian cavalry surprise
H I tioppa and capturo prisoners.. ..Situation
H at Port Arthur unchanged.... Grand Dukes
H j Cyril and Boris, cousins of the Czar, will
H i Inavo for tho front.,.. Panic cauced . la
H i Paris over rumors that Franco and Ger
H many will flrcht.
H MOUNTAIN' AND COAST.... Japan cao
j at Portland raise 31O.0CO for war.. .Thun
H i dftr mountain miner adjudged Insane at
J Welacr.... Commercial club organized at
Hj J fit, Anthony, Ida. . , ,01aud Calhoon shot
that is not on to the trick. Members
of both sexos nro said to avail them
selves of tho scheme, although the ox
chango of tho trannfer Is not made In
such a publlo manner as In tho caso
There Is no fear of detection for the
strict car conductor has no way of toll
ing whether the transfer is proffered
for faro by the person to whom it was
Issued. Tho only duty of the conductor
Is to seo that the date and the hour
punched upon the ticket arc all right.
It was noc possible to beat the street
railway company In this manner when
the photograph system of transfers
was In voguo. Then a man's or wo
man's description was accurately
punched upon the transfer and a man
with a beard could not ride upon tho
transfer of one who Is smooth shaven;
neither could a child use a ticket is
sued to a crown person.
Tho trick is being played on a large
scale, but even the conductors have no
Idea to what extent; some there arc.
yes many, who do not know that It Is
practiced at all. Tt Is something that
never occurred to thorn. Those who
employ the ruse see nothing very
wrong in It and claim to be justified
through tho fact that the difference In
paying one's fare and buying books of
tickets Is so small that It practically
offers no inducement. A nickel saved
is a nickel made, they argue, and -where
clerks and others find it necessary to
board the cars several times a day the
amount saved in this way Is quite con
siderable at tho end of a month or a
AFTER A BATTLE
,Burt Alvord tho Notorious Arizona
Outlaw, Run Down by Sher
TOMBSTONE, Ariz., Feb. 20. Burt
Alvord was brought to Tombstone to
night by Sheriff Lewie and landed be
hind the bars from which he escaped,
together wtih soventeen fellow-prlwm-crs,
two months ago. Alvord and Wil
liam Stilci), both ' charged with com
plicity In the Cochise train robbery,
were the ringleaders of the fugitives and
led the officers a weary chaso for many
days In efforts to capture them.
The capture of Alvord was effected
Inst night near Nnco, In Mexico, after
a battle between tho officers and out
laws, in which Alvord was wounded.
Sheriff Lewis and Ranger Brooks
headed a posse to capture Alvord and
Stiles, who were known, to be at a ren
dezvous below the line.
The officers arrived at the hiding place
last night and, expected to lay their
plans for the capture of the outlaws at
daybreak. The latter, however, discov
ered them and opened fire.
In the battle that followed Alvord was
wounded In the thigh and ankle.
A Mexican named Garcia, wanted for
murder, was wounded In the arm, and
It Is thought Stiles also was wounded.
Stiles and two Mexican companions es
caped In the darkness.
MEN HOLD CONGRESS
Convention of Ticket Agents at Ash
land "Will Conclude Its Ses
ASHLAND, Or., Feb. 20,-The fourth
annual convention of the Pacific Coast
Association of Traffic Agents opened at
this city this afternoon, with an at
tendance of nearly a hundred dele
gates. A large amount of business was
transacted and an adjourned session
will be held tomorrow morning. Oregon,-
Washington and British Columbia
wero represented by about forty-five
delegates and their wives, and Califor
nia by about eighty delegates and their
wives. The citizens of Ashland re
ceived the visitors from the coast with
true Oregon hospitality. They were
met with a hearty welcome, banquetled
and made to enjoy themselves at a ball.
Besides disposing of matters of rou
tine business, they extended an Invita
tion to the American Association of
Traveling Passenger Agents to hold its
100a convention In Portland, and or
dered the appointment of a committee,
to carry the invitation to the next
m'eetlng at the City of Mexico.
San .Jose. Cal., was selected as tho
next meeting place of the association,
and the following officers were elected:
B. H. Trumbull of the Illinois Central,
Portland, president; George Bradley.
Southern Railway, San Francisco, vice
president; Ross C. Cllne, - Wabash line,
Los Angeles, second vice-president;
Charles II. White, Southern Pacific,
Los Angeles, secretary and treasurer.
I THIS MORNING'S NEWS
at Camden, TYasb., In quarrel.. . Hydraulic-
mining must be stopped" in Yukon.
STATE Uranium oro shipped jfrom
Grande county.... Heavy thunder storm
and snow at Parowon.... Lives endangered
by runaway car at Coalville.
CITY-R. C. Kerens visits Salt Lake
and Inspects the San Pedro railroad....
Murray woman refused to complain
nxalnst her husband who beat her be
causo she needed him to wait on tllo ta
ble.... Republican district committee se
lects date for holding Judicial convention.
Post mortem examination made of the
body of Theodore Bruback.... Republican
convention fixed for April Sth... .George
B. nodge to visit Salt Lako In tho interest
of the Y. M. C. A....TroubIo among strik
ers In Carbon county looked for....DI
vcrco caso of Nosh vs. Nash on In tho
District court.... Heads of departments of
tho city government dechlo to Jgnoro
Mayor Morris In tho matter of cutting off
employees. ...Superintendent Nelson work
ing for a summer lnmituto to bo held In
Salt Lake j.-ve convict set free b- tho
Board of Pardons ..L D. S. students
S&R tOT BPrlnK athletics... Fire caused
m worth of damage In tho Hill townee.
.... Local merchants report buslnwa good.
W IN AND ABOUT 1
I TRIBUNH BRANCH OFFICE,
H 2S6 "Washington Ave., Telephone. HI 1
SAWED THE BARS.
William Carney Attempts to Escape
OGDEN, Feb. 20. William Carney, a.
prisoner at the city jail, came near
making his escape from that Institu
tion yesterday. When discovered he
had sawed two of the bars nearly
through and would soon have been out
of the cage. Carney is to be taken to
Brlgham City next week for trial on
a charge of complicity in the box-car
robberies on the Southern Pacific Sev
eral days ago Chief Browning was ln-
I formed by a released prisoner that an
attempt was to be made to break jail,
and he , kept a watch on the fellow,
with the result that the sawed bars
-were discovered yesterday, A trusty
at the jail is suspected of having fur
nished tho prisoner with the saw, which
was made from a case-knife.
BIG- DAMAGE SUIT.
Estate of a Greek Demands 810,000
Salve From Southern Pacific.
George A. Bokus, administrator of
the estate of Nicholas A. Bokus, has
brought suit against tho Southern Pa
cific for tho sum of $10,000. The com
plolnt alleges that Nick Bokus was
killed on the cut-off on January 10th
while engaged in unloading a railroad
car. Another car ran into the one on
which Bokus was working and he was
thrown onto the trnok and run over
and killed. Joseph Chez Is plaintiff's
Sues for Divorce.
Jacob Wangsgaard yesterday brought
suit against Mary 13. Wangsgaard for
divorce, alleging that defendant re
peatedly remained away from home,
and also that she treated plaintiff in a
cruel manner. Tho couple resldo at
The Week at the Grand.
Tho coming week's attractions at the
Grand opera-houso arc as follows:
Monday afternoon and night, "Uncle
Tom's Cabin"; Thursday evening,
Warde and Jnmes in "Julius Caesar";
Saturday afternoon and ovenlng, Ward
& Wade's Minstrels.
The monthly report of Superintendent
Allison of the city schools for the
month of January is as follows; Per
cont of attendance on average number
belonging, 54.7; per cent of punctuality,
99.C; number of accessions not by
transfer (new pupils), 182, number of
accessions by transfer, 20D; suspensions
for bad conduct, 2; number of cases of
corporal punishment, 3; number of
coses of truancy, 11; number of visits
from members of tho board, 5; number
I of visits from patrons and citizens, 2G2.
The fruit-growers of Weber county
met In tho county courthouse yester
day. Chairman Stanford of the Board
of County Commissioners read the call
and was selected as chairman of the
meeting, while Joseph Story of North
Ogden acted as secretary. The objects
of the proposed organization are: To
employ all possible means and methods
for the extermination of the codling
moth, San Jose scale, pear blight, and
all Insects and diseases which Infest
the orchards: also, to encourage the
uprooting of old orchards where tho
trees have long since become a nursery
and a harbor for Insects of nil kinds.
That special attention be given, through
organized effort, to obtaining the best
markets for the sale of fruits, in the
shipping of which only the best grades
and qualities shall be offered or placed
upon the market. The same course to
be pursued In the selling of fruit to the
canneries of Weber county.
Also, the planting of j'oung trees and
setting out new orchnrds by the selec
tion of the best and most choice vari
eties, .and that tho bestowal of this
patronage be first considered in favor
of home nurseries.
Another meeting Is to be held next
Saturday, when officers will be selected.
First Presbyterian church. Morning
service at 11; subject, "Tho Hidden
Support of Life." Evening service at
7:30; subject, "The Gracious Invita
tion." Sunday-school at 12:15. Chris
tian Endeavor at C:30.
Church of the Good Shepherd, corner
Grant and Twenty-fourth; Alfred
Brown, rector. First Sunday In Lent.
Early celebration, 8 a. m. Sunday
school, Q:45. Morning prayer and ser
mon, 11. Confirmation class, -i p m.
Evening prayer and sermon, 7:20. Morn
ing topic, "Man's Responsibility."
Evening, "The Fourth Commandment":
"Remember that thou keep holy the
Sabbath day." Lenten services: Mon
day, Tuesday. Thursday, 1 p. m.;
Wednesday and Friday, 7:30.
First Congregational church, Adams
aenue. between Twenty-fourth and
Twenty-fifth streets. Hours oD Sunday
services, 11 a. m. and 7-30 p. m. Morn
ing subject, "The Relation of Con
science to Faith." Evening subject,
"Washington." Sunday-school at 12:15.
Young People's meeting at C:30. Bible
study on Wednesday evening at 7:30.
All are Invited to these services.
L. Weber is back from the East.
Agent GHeoii of the Rio Grande has
gone to California on business.
Leland Herrick and Herbert Salters
returned Friday morning from a short
visit to Los Angeles.
Superintendent Lewis of the hotel de
partment of the Harriman roads left
for the East yesterday.
PALMER HALL, COLORADO
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Feb. 20.
Tho dedication exercises of Palmor
hall, tht new 5300,000 science building of
Colorado college, opened today with the
first session of the Modern Languages
conference. It Is the most notable gath
ering ever held In the West. Leading
educators of the country led the exer
cises today, among them being Presi
dent Charles R. Vdnhlse of the Univer
sity of Wisconsin, President David Stan
Jordan of the Leland Stanford Junior
university. Dr. Edward C. Moore,, head
of Harvard Theological seminary;
President Norman Plass- of Washburn
college, Kansas; President R. C. Hughes
of Ripon college, Wisconsin, and tho '
presidents of the Colorado institutions, i
HAPPENINGS IN MERCUR.
(Special to Tho Tribune.)
MERCUR. Feb. 20. P. H. Doyle has
been summoned to Butte, Mont., by the
sickness of his brother. Hln otay thcro
will depend on hla brother's rocovery.
Tho new editor of tho Mcrcur Minor
arrived hero today.
E. C. Farley and family loft Mercur
for Salt Lake.
J. L. Craft was a visitor to ZIon this
J. Hclnmon went to the city on busi
ness. Capt. Hardy and Walt Cbristcnscn
were passengers to Salt Lake.
A dance under tho auspices of the
Mercur ward was given In the L. D. S.
mectlng-house for tho purpose of de
fraying ward expenses. The committee
In charge was Mesdames Lee, Jones,
Elder, Davis and McKellar. They re
port vers good success. Supper was
served in Ira Davis's house.
Mrs. Rawllngs, manager of the tele
phone office, went to Salt Lake for a
few days to visit her daughter and
Washington exercises were1 held yes
terday In the Echoolhouse. It was In
teresting to watch the young tots in
MIkj Glldden's room recite little pieces
and sing Washington's praises with the
waving of flags. MIko Glldden Is to be
complimented on her labors with the
chlldron. Exercises were also held in
Miss Van Hoosc's room and Mis3 Rus
sell's. Principal Van Hoose left for Salt Lake
An Inquest was held today before
Coroner A. H. Dunlavy as to the cause
of William Walter's death. The Jurors.
Fred Gable, Fred Elmendorff and Guy
Boloj'nese, viewed the remains in
Watt's undertaking parlors and then in
opected tho place in the mine where tho
accident occurred. The following wlt
ncsDcs wero summoned: Fred McFar
land, Fred' Rogers. Carl Alkie, William
F. Burgy, H. P. Cooley. The jury found
that Walters came to his death by acci
dent, with no one to blame. The re
mains were shipped to Salt Lake City,
where tho parents of deceased await
the arrival. The body of the deceased
was accompanied by Joseph Branchlcy.
POINTERS FROM PR0V0.
(Special to The Tribune.)
PROVO, Feb. 20. Judge Booth ha3
made the following orders in the Fourth
Joseph W. Lunceford has been ap
pointed administrator In the estate of
Joseph Lunceford, deceased; bond, $500.
Estate of Alfred Smith, deceased;
Elizabeth Smith appointed administra
trix; bond, 31200.
Estate of Thomas Ashton, deceased;
final account .approved and distribu
Clerk Bachman has issued marriage
licenses to the following: Levi A. Phil
lips, aged 43, and Matilda R. Gurney,
aged 29.both of Lohl; Robert H. Cur
zon, aged 23, and Grace Stewart, aged
19, both of American Fork.
James T. Powell has commenced suit
against Sarah G. P. Slater and W. S.
Evans, as administrator of. the estate
of James T. Powell, to quiet tltlo to
about thirty acres of land situated near
Lehl, this county.
Gladys, the two-year-old daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Assodoran, died this
morning of bronchial pneumonia. The
.funeral services will bo from tho Con
gregational church at 2:20 p. m. Sun
day. The funeral services over the re
mains of Zella Delores, the eleven-year-old
daughter of N. M Peterson of the
Second ward, will be held from the
ward meetlng-houso Sunday at 12
The funeral services over the re
mains of C. L. Murphy will be held
from the family residence In the First
ward at 1 o'clock Sunday.
O. W. Mowers of Springville was
transacting business In Provo today.
At the First ward social hall last
evening a social was given In honor of
the Old Folks' Amusement committee.
A programme of music, songs, recita
tions and speeches was given, after
which dancing waa Indulged In. Re
freshments were served.
Prof. Enoch Jorgenson of the Maeser
school has gone to Ephralm to visit
W. D. Roberts Is In Salt Lake City,
where he will remain for a week.
Judge M. M. Warner and William
McCoard of Provo aro Salt Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dc Molsy camo
down from Salt Lake today on a visit
with Provo friendt'.
The next meeting of the Young Men's
Republican club of Provo will be held
Wednesday evening next in the court
room. At this meeting a constitution
and by-laws will be adopted and per
manent quarters engaged. It is expect
ed that the membership will reach tho
hundred mark by that time.
The City Council was In session to
day as a board of equalization to hear
complaints and adjust differences in
the water levy-
The State Board of Equalization met
with tho Board of County Commission
ers and County Assessor today, for tho
purpose of talking over the assessment
Last Friday's session of the Nine
teenth Century club was one of more
than usual interest. Mrs. Sutton's pa
per on "The Louisiana Purchase" pre
sented entertaining Incidents, as well
as interesting facts, "The Doukho
bors," presented by Mrs. Murphy, gave
glimpses into the religious and domestic
life of this strango sect. "The Race
Question," treated in a. fine and com
prehensive paper by Mrs. Calder. gave
the club members much food for
thought and discussion. Mrs. Calder
was hostess for the afternoon and her
guests had a most delightful time, re
maining until late In the evening, on
Joying every moment of the hospitality
of their hostess.
(Special to Tho Tribune.)
MERCUR, Utah, Fob. 20. A very
pretty home wedding was that of Miss
Floy B. Hooper and Evan L. Jarman,
which took place at 8:30 p. m. Wednes
day at the home of tho bride's mother.
Mrs. Frank Carpenter. Bishop George
W. Bryan performed the ceremony In
the presence of a small number of
friends. The bride was tastily gowned
In grey nun's veiling made en trnlne,
and carried brldo's roses. Miss Mln
nett, the maid of honor, wore white or
gandie and carried white carnations,
Mr. Jarman was attended by Mr. Jo
seph Branchley as best man. Mrs. Car
penter, handsomely gowned In black
silk, gave the bride away.
After the ceremony a charming wed
ding supper was served at the resi
dence of the groom.
Mr. and Mrs. Jarman left on Thurs
day's outgoing train for a short trip
through tho southern, part of Utah, and
will bo at hom -to fhdj: friends ftXUffj
WflXOlj Jtt i U
PARK CITY 1
I TRIBUNE BUREAU, 1
1 Murray King, Correspondent, n
ESCAPED FROM JAIL.
Harry Morgan, in Custody for As-.
Baultlng- a Woman Social . v
(Special to Tho Tribune.)
PARK' CITY, Feb. 20. Harry Mor
gan, who was .serving, a. CO-day sen
tence in tho city Jnll for assault on Anna
Engblom at Maple hall about a week
ago, escaped at 11 o'clock this morning,
and the members of the police depart
ment have not yet been able to locate
Morgan was put at work' shoveling
snow In the vicinity of Pat Clark's sa
loon thl9 morning under tho supervision
of the city janitor, A. A. Woods. About
11 o'clock the prisoner offered a plausi
ble excuse for entering the saloon. He
was allowed to go In unattended and
was seen no more. A vigorous search
was at once Instituted but so far no clue
to the fugitive has been found.
SOCIAL CLUB ELECTION.
At the meeting of the Social club last
evening the ballots were counted and
showed the election of the following offi
cers: George F. Cavanagh, president;
D. A. Grady, vice-president; Henry
Crossman, yecretury, and John A. Malla,
treasurer A vote waa taken on the
question of a name for the new organi
zation and the name, "Our Social Club,"
was the one adopted. The lists showed
100 members, with a constantly Increas
ing fund In tho treasury. Mr. West,
the leader of "Our Social Club" orches
tra, will arrive from Butte, Mont., to
morrow. NOTES AND PERSONALS.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lockhart went
down to the capital last evening.
C. L. Rood of the Ontario and Nall
drlver, returned to ZIon last evening.
Dan Ferguson, foreman of the New
York Bonanza, left for Salt Lake yes
R. 11. Sloan left for a business visit to
the mctropollst last evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Drew and' little
daughter left for Eureka last evening,
where they will visit for a short time.
N. W. Sonncdccker was up to visit the
Little Bell today.
N. B. Dresser Is visiting town for sev
M. H. Hennessy left for Salt Lake thie
George N. Qulnn was back from State
L. P. Kimball and wife were on the
Incoming train this morning.
William Reich, who broke hln leg by
falling on the ice several weeks ago, was
back from Salt Lake this morning.
Miss Hannah Le Compto is up from
Rowland hall at Salt Lake for a short
visit with her parents.
Mrs. O. McPherson arrived today
from Salt Lake.
Mrs. W. S. Snyder was up from the
Mrs. F. A. McCarty returned from
Salt Lake this morning.
The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Gus
Mortenson, which died day before yes
terday from an attack of pneumonia,
was burled today, Rev. G. F. Cook offi
ciating In the funeral service.
SEVIER COUNTY FARMERS.
Awakened Interest Among Them, by
Profs. Merrill and Dryden.
(Special to The Tribune.)
RICHFIELD, Feb. 20. Three sessions
of the Sevier County Farmers' associa
tion were held here yesterday, and rep
resentatives were present from every
town In the county.
President Simon Christensen of the
association was chairman of ull the
meetings. Profs. Merrill, Hutt and Drv
den from the Agricultural college at Lo
gan were press nt and addressed each of
tho sessions Mr. Peterson from Glen
wood, Mr. Parker from Joseph and Wil
liam Ogden of Richfield also addressed
the afternoon session.
Subjects of general agricultural and
horticultural Interest were discussed.
The sessions continue throughout today
and it is expected that today will mark
the greatest gathering of farmers ever
had in Sevier county.
Profs. Merrill and Hutt have been in
vited to address the teachers of Sevier
and Piute counties, who are in session at
Monroe, tonight, and the people of Glen
wood on Sunday night. There Is cer
tainly an awakened Interest in agricul
tural matters in this countv.
Notablo Wedding at MantL
(Special to ThcJ Tribune.)
MANTI, Feb. 20. Tho marriage of
Stanley Crawford, one of the substan
tial young men of this city, to Miss
Jennie Reld, occurred at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. K
Reld, on Wednesday, February 17th. at
10 a. m. After the wedding 'breakfast
the young couplo boarded' the train for
a wedding tour to the golden sands of
Mr. Crawford, though but a young
man. is a thorough electrician. He built
the electric plants a,t Fountain Green
Moroni, Spring City, and has charge of
the electric system at Monti. The bride
is one of Monti's popular young ladles
the daughter of the Hon. William K.'
Reld. All wish the young couple happll
nessand prosperity upon the highway
THREE CAUGHT BY SLIDE
AND ONE IS DEAD
BOISE. Ida., Feb. 20. A fatal snow
slide occurred at the Werdenhoff mine
on Big creek. In the Thunder Mountain
district, on the 16th, news of which has
just reached here.
Robert Larson, a miner, was killed
and Joseph Bowers and David Recce
The slide swept away the blacksmith
shop in which the men were. Bowers
was the blacknmlth.
The shop stood at tho portal of the
tunnel. The other two men were Just
going on shift and stopped in the shop.
A slide rushed down, carrying the shop
away. Larson was found dead. The
others were protected by tho timbers,
but were badly hurt.
A messenger was sent to Meadows to
secure medical aid for the Injured men
reaching that placo lust night. '
Record your bad debts with us. Wo
may collect it; If we don't it's on record
and it stays. Merchants' Protectivo
association, SalentlfJc collectors of bad
dbtA Top floor Commercial Block,
i&nti X Luk. General M.nr
TRIP OF KERENS
OVER SAN PEDRO
Vice-President Maintains That His
Vl9it at This Time Has No
' R. C. Kerens, vice-president of tho
San Pedro, Los Angeles &. Salt Lake
railroad, with a number of other offi
cials of the road, arrived In this city
yesterday from Calientes, where they
have been on a trip of Inspection of tho
new property. In the party are Gen
eral Manager Wells, S. A. Beamla, tho
St. Louis millionaire bag manufacturer,
George E. Scott and R. C. Kerens, Jr.
Mr. Kerens declared the story of the
sale of the San Pedro to the Harriman
Interests was a dream of some fanciful
writer, without the slightest founda
tion In fact. He said that the story is
revived so often that company officials
had begun to Ignore It.
"I am not In politics this trip," ho
said. "I left politics at home and am
here on one of my regular trips looking
after tho Interests of tho road. Senator
Hanna's death was a great blow, espe
cially to the young men of the coun
try," he continued. '.'And it struck me
as sorrowful indeed tho statement
which he made, that he Asould devote
the remainder of his years to bringing
capital and labor to a better under
standing. It was his purpose, also, to
do all he could toward regaining Amer
ica's mercantile supremacy on the
Mr. Kerens declined to discuss poll
tics, repeating that he had left all poll
tics at home. With tho party he will
leave the city today In a private car.
STOCK TO BE SHIPPED
OVER MOFFAT ROAD
The Denver, Northwestern & Pacific
will accept shipments of cattle next
fall at Hot Sulphur Springs. In Routt
county, If the present planB of the
builders of the railroad go through.
The cattle grazed In that section dur
ing former years havo been driven to
the stations along the Rio Grande rail
road and have been compelled to Jour
ney over 200 miles to Denver. They
will travel less than 100 miles by the
new Moffat lino. Tho building of tho
new road will make a great reduction
in freight for the cattlemen as well as
less privation In traveling for the stock.
MIRACULOUS RESCUE FROM THE GRAVf
Woman Threatened With Burial is Revived and Restored ti 0
Health by the New York Wonderworker.
HEALS HERETOFORE INCURABLE DISEASE! S
' f ;
Doctors Send Him Their Worst Cases Trying to Find One Ho Cannot Cure, ejinl
but He Dumfounds and Mystifies Them All by Miracles of
Healing Which. Rival Those of Ancient Writ J J'
(From Toledo Blade.) 1
BENTON HARBOR, Mich. (Special
Correspondence.) This quiet little city by
tho luko has been thrown into on Intenso
fever of excltomcnt by Dr. Wallace Hart
ley, a resident of Now York city. Your
correspondent made a special trip to Now
York and called on Dr. Hadlcy to learn
tho secrot of tho mysterious powor by
which ho has created such a furore. Tho
doctor was found at hla laboratory. No.
1931 Broadway, surrounded by forty or
fifty assistants. "So you havo com to
learn how I gavo life and health to Mrs.
Gonnond," siiid tho doctor. In reply to a
((uostlon put by the roporter. "So your
people say It was a miracle; that I pos
sess dlvlno power? Nothing of tho kind,
1 havo simply discovered a secret lav.- of
nature ncrctoforo unknown to doctors and
scientists. Do you seo that large glass
jar''" said the doctor, pointing to a
flagon filled with ruby-rod liquid that
seemed to quiver and vibrato with tho
trcmondous dynamic forces It held, "That
Is tho secret of my power. That liquid
you seo there Jh life, distilled life, tho
arch-enemy of discoso and death. With
It I can cure any disease aye, I can re
vive some when life scorns to bo extinct,
but thoy nro not actually dead Mrs.
Gcrmond was not dead. Of course, I
know what tho doctors said, but tho doc
tors are often wrong. Hundreds of pco
plo oro burled every year who aro not
nctually dead. It la simply a cno of
suspended animation. They seem to bo
dead, but they can bo revived with that
Mould you Bia yonder.
"When you consider that my discovery
will euro Bright's disease, consumption,
cancer and other heretoforo Incurablo die
cases, as well as less dangerous ail
ments, 1b It any wonder that it will bring
tho dead back to llfo In a case of sus
pended animation? That liquid contains
tho vital elements of a living being. It
makos tho heart beat and the brain
think. Doctors havo heard of my dis
covery, and they havo sought out and
brought their worst case3 to me, think
ing they might find ono I could not euro.
I have completely baffled thorn ull. 1
havo proved my mastery over disease. I
havo demonstrated that I can euro those
at any distance, just as well an those I
seo personally. This shows tho power is
not In mo, but in my discovery. Hero Is
a letter I Just racelvcd from Mm. Laura
FItspalrlck. of No. 125G South Third street.
SL Louis, Mo. She was practically dead
when my treatment reached her. Tho
doctors Bold her hours on earth wero
numborcd, that thcro was not tho slight
est chanco for her to live. Many of bur
relatives and friends hnd already bidden
her a long, last farewell. Yet my dis
covery saved her. restored her to life,
health and strength: and, remember that
I nover oven saw her. Read her letter
for yourself. You cm publish It If you
so desire. I havo her permission to do
Tho reporter copied tha following ex
tracts, word for word, from Mrs. Flis
'"I would havo been dead had it not
boon for you. My friends all say that
your curing as hopeless a case as mlno
was a' miracle of healing. I had been
treated by over thirty doctors, and thov
pronounced my case Incurable, and uil
foiled to do mo any lasting benellt. I
Buffered as no human tonguo can tell. I
bad hwt dlseaao, ovarian and womb
tronblo. catarrh and nounflria of tho
..Htornich, bowels and liver. I had no otr-
receiver foe, big- miite f
company in Colorado!
DENVER, Feb. 20. On tho appHca-1
tlon of Dr. George C. Suffa of Boston,- ft
Judge Mullins today appointed Thomas' 3
I. Slpple of Boulder receiver of the Big ' S
Five company. It is charged that N. W
C. Merrill nnd come of the officers of'
the company have misappropriated thel P
funds of the company. Dr. Suffa reprc- $ $
oents about $25,000 InveBted by hlmoeitf
and others in the East No criminal!
charges have been filed. The Big Fivo5 p1
company owns mines and mining prop. I
orty In several counties of the Stato, i
The (Prospective) Wciit Mountain Ct.V i
nal and Irrigation company will hold3
a meeting at the West Jordan meetlnz-i
house at 10 a. m. Wednesday, Februarri1 !&i
24th, for tho purpose of petitioning the S
anterior deportment at Washington to S
aid in the reclamation of the arid landvi
lying west of tho Utah and Salt Lakai
canal. Prof. G. D. Swendaen of the'.
"United States Geological Survey Willi
address the meeting. . fj:
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THnl I
United States for tho District of Utah t
In tho matter of Jacob A. Chatterton, Vol h tit
bankrupt In bankruptcy No. 6T8. f
To tho creditors of Jacob A. Cliattertbn' 'Si
of Salt Lake City, In tho county of Salt1- t"
Lako and district nforcaald. a bankrupt t
Notlco 13 heroby glvon that on tho 12M t
day of February. 1D04, the said Jacob Al' pi
Chatterton waa duly adjudicated bink-! L
rupt; and that tho tlrut mooting of hlsi K
credltorn will bo held, at my offlco In tW Eg
Commercial block, Salt Lake City, on tha'
2nd day of March. 1004, at 10 o'clock In th 1
forenoon, at which tlmo tho said creditor'
may attend, provo tholr claims, appoint a. t':
trustee, examluo tho bankrupt, and traai- Mil
act such other business as may propsrh utfl
corao before said meeting. L
CHARLES BALDWIN. 'I
Refcrcu In Bankruptcy, i li '
Salt Lako City, Fobruary 20, 190 'x.
ASSESSMENT HO. 6. M S
AJajc Mining company. Office and prhv fc.
clpal placo of buslneGS, Salt Lake City,' Ala
Utah. Notice la hereby given that at a i
meeting of tho board of directors of th vt,
AJox Mining company, held on tho th Jr
day of February, 1&01, on aascesment ot J ,
live- (G) cents por sharo was levied upon fc-J
tho capital stock of tho corporation, It- ifcon
auod and outstanding, payable lramcdw tt!
atcly to tho secretary at his office, rooni
S0C Dooly block, Salt Lako City. Utah. Any .in
stock upon which this assessment may j
remain unpaid on Tuesday, tho 22nd da ?
of March, 191, will bo delinquent and ad- f .
vertlsed for ealo at public auction, and jsaJ
unless payment Is made before, will b toaa
sold on "Wednesday, tho 13th day of April,
WH, at 11 o'clock n. ni . at tho socretary'i -office,
to pay the delinquent assessment
thereon, together with the costs of advert f2H
tlfilng and expense of sale. i. . J
By order of tho board of dlroclor?, 'fi vrT
J. M. BURT. Sccretarr"
306 Dooly block. Salt Lako City, Utah L",J
15 ? .ii.
i i - atl(
cold as death. I was constipated, badifi).
appetite, and could not sleep I alroqfti. A,
went Insano with tho agony of tha pE! 'f
and soreness throughout my body. Rha1 Ja
matlsm tortured me. In fact. I had n6aaW.Wn
everj' HI flesh Is heir to. Then you caW, Wi
to my rescue. Your treatment woafHcdi
godsend. I wish I could see all the poai.rfe,
suffering peoplo In this world and ami
thorn for their own 6akes to wrlto to yl;1-0
and bo mado well, as I have been. Mm.
God bless you in your efforts to heal upK. gn
sick. Is my prayer. My heart 1? full Sfirisitlr
- gratitude to him and to you for yoi'
wonderful discovery." J,
"That Is a case that was Just about. It!ji6(
bad as Mrs. Germond's, of Benton HwB-JI.q
bor," said tho doctor. "By tho way, heir
Is a letter from Mrs. Gormond, in whm.'
eho says I saved her from tho grave,
there Is no doubt in my mind that im.el
hod not been for me thtjy would hBSt
burled that poor woman Of courswBQea
realized I had a tremendous taek bofWLlafa
mo. but I felt sure I could rovivo har.ET4ns
had nn Inward focllng that as sponjjifc R
she got a sufficient quantity of that laT 0
you see there, that In ono case dfCrv 1
would bo cheated of its victim, tuidilF' I
it was. 3fidJ
"I call my discovery Forca of Lif,
causo It contains the real force UJ
makes us live, movo and havo our beljfjw .
Among other things, It containa a. laJJi i
amount of lecithin. Lecithin Is cMiaL
stltucnt element of your blood, brain aS?5
nerves and of every organ and tlssuel,
your body. T.iko away tho lecithin frjl.
your system and you will dlo InstanjikHjVi
Tako a small portion of It away anJPfcifM,,
will be ill near unto death. Leolul
makes lifo. I make lecithin, but IecltMay
Is only one Ingredient of my dlw:ov-nrtet.
No, I havo no patent on my proceal'
could get one, but what's the U8 -ir'-Tou
am not afraid of any ono else maklngwty . .
Chemists can analyse It and ponael' Kjiv. '
It all they wish. They cannot i2llw.nc
Tho process of manufacture Is my E&fttiP1' 1
I discovered It by accident, after yM!scar
of experimenting." 'iM-Prese
"Do I understand that you glvn "Jo, jjfl
ment (rev to tlioso who nro alck?" os 'tiir'a i
the ronorwr. ,:JWr
"Yes," said tho doctor. "I am
this now, and I shall continue to dofc,
ns long as I can afford It. li'orc'l; oc
Llfo is a very oxpcnslvo product to nsjT-son,
ufacture, but manv persons ore snuf,
for saving their lives and send 'D01nl0Mi,
You may tell your readers that If 'Jcj.j
wish to bo healed, no matter how dfc rJ 1
cult tho case, to wrlto to me. If M!;1 "
will stato the leading symptoms of 1lIclet
troubles I will make a full dlagnosW.aj
their diseases and write them fully tjH
gard to tho nature of their com(P'aSv
tho length of tlmo required to C''BrJiW
cure, etc I will alao prepare nndJav "0l
them, without cost, a course of Jm.
treatment exactly suited to their PrijB(r. .
lar cases. I mako Force of Life in tw7Wer
different strengths and comblnauoaw car,j
as to roach all diseases." . JfHt fif
Tho doctor states that a letter will rM
him addressed to Dr. Wallace HaHeyv
ltco 11C0 A. No. 1P31 Broadway, effA(, 2an'
He la nt his offlco every day ex ccpt .m' J
day. Inasmuch as thcro Is no charge Jre, j
Dr. Hadley's services and that his U u,
mcnt Is hnrmleas wo would urpeiiuyjv"
quest all renders who arc III to l"lJan7i:
discovery. Wo should be glad to ham , est
report of tho results obtained miLj,.
dally dlfllcult cases for publication. Ghn (
the benefit of olhqro (Who may. RMBi.Thi
IfrtSL- aiflloill -I')0C ,