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5511 The Salt Lajcb Teibtjte: Monday Morning, February 22, 1904. 3 jj
"Br in AB0Iia: !
ilnCB BRANCH OFFICE. j
Cadged With. Having- Stolen
If" Tiro Suits of Clothing.
Inllnrv Feb. "-Policemen Wilson,
Chambers have arrested a
'V0 ii jtfcFaddcn for stealing two
iSrdoThlns om C. C. Thatcher a
SS)-e( elow tcher reported tho
Wm&l Police and the officers nicked
S IvtphowlSs "hnt the clothing had
ijnrf to Sam DroKdomlU. where
ITbo Bull Fight.
.1.! is In rcadinesH for Che bull
, .hi Glenv.-ood ball grounds to
?tlT$t vlcloun animals have been
fejPhlch Scnor nobles vrtll on
Subdue. A bis parade will
drt fasud'oos of the fair sex.
Tom's Cabin" comes to tho
AT loalsht . .
i r Broun has opened a drug
, fhS'Bltman block, 2201 Washing-
v ladies. Sheriff of Uinta county.
In the city hist night on
f.'nl of Mr. Patterson was held
iS&v rcHldciico. K2 First street.
' fijy afternoon
X. Florence. Roberts will be seen at
Oncra-houso In a return cn
' S o" tho evenings of February
;f ttd March 1st.
X. ntv Council will not meet this
I, & to Washington's
f but will hold Its regular mect
liS evening Tho County Com
I! iwli wfli amo postpone- their meet
; fcUI Tuesday
1 IRTERMOUNTAIN NUGGETS.
I j'n McKeon of Milford is pn Ills way
I to be gone several months.
5 wEfaubolh Milne, who has been in
Ml for several months, has re
ft to her homo In St. George.
nfLdil Banner gives lis town this
-to- "Somo of the old-timers say
'mu i tho deadest it has been for twen-
mr? Kcrvou? people who need a
'4 rc"t arc advised to come here.
irttltT of Beaver's young ladlea met
"wanlicd a literary club. The mem
iST Misses Cal. Easton, Lillian JIc-7-rr
Kate Reeso. Nell Fennemore.
vprct Hurt ond Mrs. Eva Fennc-
p" coining down lh mountain near
txh-nit, Utah, with a load of lumber
-Jy Frank Petty dismounted from
jncon to nx his brnkc. when it sud
ut broke, allowing the wagon to run
-u ibe team The horses started to
j lid both were killed.
; t T. Murdock has resigned the posl
a of superintendent of the Beaver Co-
' ib order to give hla entire attention
KBQ IIVO fclUtft JlliU cum ........
PiM'yT Frascr, who has been conuectetl
lrTi the store for six years, hns been
itzotHl to nil the vacancy,
lira melodrama. "Tony, tho Convict."
FIIr Kcccssfully presented at the Beaver
Flcrj-houfO for the benefit of tho Mutual
ftalVoTtmtnt associations. It was staged
Tfcrtnagcd by O. F McShane. who took
'iiiltle role. Tho other members of the
a Kro Charles Barton. C. T. Stoney.
ic Fcrrdcy Robert Boyter. Robert
VLj, Edgar "White, Sadie Huntington,
i Vincent. Nell Whlto and Alice
Wfnlng to a notable social event at
LiU, tho Banne.- sas: "Ono of the
iast crowds wo over saw gathered at
wra-house on Monday night. They
LJwtd some handsomo shadows to ho
axltd down for the small sum of JO
tsii, and many others, though they
-ilid (Inc. brought only 30 cents. Dick
. t'Jzan was the sportiest man present.
7T Kt is more gallant than 20 per cent of
B croT.l present. Girls, this is leap
B Ml Shoiv the boys vou arc worth more
I to a cents "
I ,i social function at Washington. Utah.
B&srlbtd by tho St. George Advocato
i ufoHowB, "A leap year "toe party wa.s
h FT,1 her Vrlilt 1... 111..,
Blizzard Irma Jones and Clara
"2i4r in tho Larson hall. The mcth-
ti drawing partners wns to conceal
'ft gentlemen behind a curtain and
uc thi.'n one iit a time to protrudo tho
itMoria shoe, onto which a lady pasted
Renter and afllxcd a corres)ondlng
rr onto her own foot. The affair
J ??, enjoyable one and the receipts
wttnlaneed the expenses."
Ttt bujy life of a well-known St
'-wj man leads is thus outlined by the
ato 'The busiest man in St
St for a few weeks past has Iwon
D. 1L Morris. Besides being a
raw iittorney with a heavy private
ho Is aty Attorney. He also
u.i a Prpm'nent part In ecclesiastical
MJ)i; slake superintendent of
foTv -'.Woch caiTies with It an obllga-fr-i
iv 0 a. CTC:U "nount of traveling
ie stake to meet the various asso
a .and is. besides, a trncher of tho
frif MPJrtnient of the ward mutuals
l- ttacher in tho Sabbath-school. Add
Lx,:,om: Bcl:ncss in his family and a
rnSft v 3 trip3 10 distant places, and
ik Z. v enough to employ tl)0 time
If any ordinary Individual."
I ! Sprlngvillo Lodges.
1 iffl'pVJLLB Febf 2l.-6no of tho
j W, hi w,i!ilt afTalra in secret society
Wi?.' ? lho Pt week was tho social
it tK.0 local hlv0 of lhe L- - T- M-
i ESnaIay evening in Fraternity hall.
I' W iki . as. ,lccorat(H for the occasion
I fe !;Psts wcro entertained with a
ft fe'tf" ?al antl literary programme,
i? 1', ana Ice cream were served,
t uSLh,mcnts Tlie ball was taxed to
I erd tw "Parity to accommodate the
1 Mwf l H.achett. district supromo
lEoi-i?i,MlneJ- and Calt3- Gardner
Ji y ot Salt Lake tents No. 2
il ni c Preaont at the review of
I t ,10111 No- ?- K- O. T. M., la-st
5 "Jiar. iv. nurP.oso of lho visit was to
wm, e,PHmliiarlB for the degree
I UeriK.1 whlt'h WH1 bo held in Sail
I p-i rh .mo Umo before April 2nd.
I tfa?nr -iKlt? 111 lllls contest will get
I 'JWrlr, n,Iul v111 be given the honor
I taWM. 1 10 threes on the class of
I fit3S-nLt0 'Utiated in Salt Lake
!lL mo.,Couninnd:r Marker visits
JI '"d f Al)l11'
UlET INTENDED FOR
RT TOWNSKND, AVash., Fob. 21.
rhtechci hcro today that on Friday.
tlll i rcvnue cutter Areata wan lying
h?. Fr,dtly harbor dock, somo of the
wnuEcd themselves by shooting at
a" ,ucka w,th a rl,lc
Hsitr niJSf0 ovcr tho vessel and a coal
ttsatit im6? Af ! Gocbci lovelcd hlH
rvarrr,51 William L. Sayre. ono of
Jtfct h "v,. c.",;.ln(-'cr,3 came Into range.
N of tv,y. bil,,et Ploughed through the
N o' it. u"roi-tunate man, entering tho
5thvi ? sk,l,n and coming out at tho
Li 65o,,ine llai Instantly.
lntlr?4.i'!.JUr' exonerated Goebcl, who
W y V',1" Kr'cf. Sayre had been aov
tsa s 7;.i,ln tae rovonuo service and
MX at Sun Franclaco.
WITH DEAD QF THE
Great Crowds of Morbidly Curious Visit the Ogden Morgue
to .View the Mangled Bodies-Ghastly scenes
(Special to Tho Tribune.)
OGDEN, Fob. 22,-Tho scenes about
Ridley's morgue today were pathetic
In the extreme: As stated in The Trib
une this morning, an auxiliary morgue
had been established In a vacant build
ing a few doors north of Ridley's,
where Undertakers Rlchcy, L,lndqul3t
and Larkln worked all night receiving
and laying out the bodies of the victims
of the Jnckson dlEaster. Many of the
bodies are frightfully mutilated. One
has no head, the neck having been
severed as if by a guillotine. Another
had been struck in the mouth bv a
sharp piece of Iron, evidently, ns noth
ing remained above the chin. Some of
the bodies are armless, others legless.
and others equally badly torn.
The body of W. J. Burke was com
All day long throngs of morbidly cu
rious crowded the morgue. There is a
dispute on between the undertakers for
the possession of the bodies.
It appears that Undertaker Richey
was llrst summoned to take charge o'f
the bodies?. This he did, bringing them
Upon their arrival here the Brlgham
MEN CLOSE CONGRESS
ASHLAND, Or., Feb. 2U-Boforo finally
adjourning Its annual convention today,
tho Paclllc Coast Association of 1 raffle
gents held a three hours' business ses
sion this morning and decided that each
of the three district organizations bo re-
?ubJcct for presentation, district No. i
Srohrht and district No. 3 operating.
fThioof tho 19C6 meeting at San Jose
1 was Used for February 201a.
City authorities, wishing to divide the
business, directed that five of the
bodies be delivered io Larkin, but when
the latter called for them opposition
was made by some of the Greeks. They
did not appear to have any objection to
Mr. Larkin's taking care of the bodies,
but they did not want them removed
from their present resting place.
They claimed that as tho vice-consul
was soon to arrive In Ogden from San
Francisco, and as their people all want
ed to view the remains, they wanted
them kept in one place. The matter
was finally settled by Miv Larkin going
to the morgue and embalming the
1 The bodies of the Greeks will be
burled In Ogden. Those who have
friends will be cared for by them, and
those who are unknown will be given a
funeral at the expense of their country
men. The bodies of the Burke family will
he shipped to Arkansas.
The inquest will be concluded at 10
o'clock tomoiTOw morning, and will be
held at the morgue.
Tho funeral of Louis Contos. brother of
John Contos. who was killed in tho ex
plosion at Jackson, will bo held at n
o'clock tomorrow afternoon, from Rlchcr's
OCEAN HIGHWAY OFF CHINA
TO BE SCENE OF NEXT BATTLE
(Continued from Paso L)
tion o receiving these Consuls, even if
China grants them exequaturs.
"I do not know tho decision of Vice
roy Alexicff, but they (the military au
thorities) are free to take- any action
RUSSIANS HANG JAPANESE
OFFENDERS AT HARBIN
ST. PETERSBURG. Feb. 21. A dis
patch received here from Harbin, Man
churia, dated February 20th, says the
railroad is In working order and that
the Japanese who attempted to destroy
the Japanese bridge over tho Sungari
river have been hanged.
Bands of Chunchus (bandits) have
been observed under Japanese leader
ship and are being pursued. Almost all
tho civilian inhabitants of Harbin have
left, and the remainder of the popula
tion is quiet.
The movement of troops is causing
heavy traffic on the raJlrond. All of the
Japanese laborers on the railroad fled,
and the Chinese laborers have returned i
to work after their New Year celebra
RUSSIA IGNORES ORDER
TO REMOVE GUNBOAT
SHANGHAI, Feb. 21. Urged by the Ja
pancso Consul here, tho Taotal ordered
the Kussian gunboat Mandjur to loavc tho
harbor before 5 o'clock this afternoon. Tho
order was Ignored. It Is said that a Ja
panuso squadron has been ordered to en
fore the Taoloi's demand, and to enable
Japanese steamship companies to resumo
sorvlce between Japan and Shanghai.
JAPS SEIZE RUSSIAN
SHIPS FROM VLADIVOSTOCK
ST. PETERSBURG. Feb. 21. A Rus
sian correspondent of the Associated
Press at Port Arthur reports that the
steamer Shllka, CapL Kosturin, left
Vladivostock February 3rd and arrived
UNION OF WESTERN
STATES IS PROPOSED
(Continued from Pago 1.)
tratlvo ofTlccr to turn down a request
Indorsed by half a dozen States.
A prominent Westerner today said
that he believed such a combination can
and should exist among the intermoun
taln States, viz: Idaho. Montana, Ne
vada, Utah and Wyoming, and If needs
be, Washington and Oregon and Cali
fornia. With thin in view it is likely that a
conference may be held in the near fu
ture, and It is hoped that the result will
be mutual good of all Interested. Any
one of these Slates is Insignificant In
political Importance, but considered to
gether would exert, It is believed, a
marked Influence in many ways.
Star service schedulo between Plo
ncervllle and CenterIlle, Ida., has been
changed so that mall will leave the
flrt-named place daily In lime to con
nect at the latter place with mail for
Boise. . . ,
Thcso changes in star service are an
Schedule from Princeton to wood fell,
Idu.. Mondays. Wednesdays and Fri
days, extended bo as to Inciude new Bite
Special service has been cstubllshed
between Eldorado canyon, Lincoln
countv. Novada. and Chloride. Ariz,,
fifty-three miles, effective March 1st.
Service between Eldorado Canyon and
White Hills. Ariz., will be discontinued
on the 20th Inst.
qtar service, effective March 2nd. Is
established between Halfway andjlnr
Hon Wyo., one time a week: effective
March 7st. service will begin between
Lusk and Warren. Wyo.. via Hat
Creek and Norlhviow, three times a
u-eck The distance Is fifty-three miles.
VALUABLE MAPS AND
4- PAPER OF KOREA STOLEN
LONDON. -Fob. 22. According to -f
tho Nagasaki correspondent of tho
Daily Telegraph, while William F. -f-
Sands, tho Emperor of Korea's ad-
vlser, .was entertaining officers of -f-4-
the French cruiser Pascal and a
number of other friends at dinner -f
4- in his official resldcnco at Seoul,
-f somo . geographical and statistical
maps and papers wcro stolen. This
-f caused a great 3candal and neccssl- -4-
-f tatcd Mr, Sands's withdrawal. -f
at Tsu Shima (a Japanese Island north
west of Nagasaki) February Gth.
Here the steamer was seized and
without explanation taken to Nagasaki
bay. Tho Japanese par;ngcrs wero
landed, but Capt. Kosturin successfully
opposed the landing of the Chinese pas
sengers, who were bound for Chcfoo.
He avers that the Japanese sailors
placed on board showed lack of discip
line, and lounged and smoked in the
ladies' cabin until he ordered them on
AMERICAN SHIPS IN WAR
ZONE GO TO SHANGHAI
CHEFOO. Feb. 21. The United States
cruiser New Orleans and the gunboats
Wilmington and Annapolif, which
sailed from Manila on February 15th un
der command of Rcar-Admlral Cooper,
upon arriving here received orders from
the Secretary of the Navy to return to
When the outbreak of hostilities be
tween Russia and Japan occurred, Ad
miral Evans, commanding the Asiatic
fleet, dispatched a cruiser squadron to
Shanghai and Admiral Cooper's squad
ron to Chefoo. Secretary Moody has
ordered all the ships to Shanghai. They
left immediately after coaling without
giving any reason for their sudden departure.
MET DEATH UNDER
WHEELS 9F TRAIN
(Special to Tho Tribune.)
NAMPA, Ida., Feb. 21. Joseph G. llcl
frlch, a prominent citizen of Mountain
Home, and formerly Assessor and Col
lector of Elmoro county, met his death at.
tho railway station In this city at 1
o'clock this morning. He was to join hla
wife, who was visiting relatives at Boise,
and bought a ticket. Thinking train No.
1 was the Boise train ho attempted to got
aboard an tho train was moving, and ho
fell beneath tho wheels.
He icaves a wlfo nnd one child. He vrnn
"a brother of 13. C. ilelfrlch, a prominent
merchant of Mountain Homo. Ills re
mains will bo taken to Bclsc for burial.
The Coroner's Jury exonerated the rail
road company from blame.
B0BY F SENATOR T
BE ENTOMBED T0BAY
CLEVELAND, Feb. 2L Tomorrow
afternoon, without unnecessary cere
mony, the casket containing the re
mains of tho late Senator Hanna will
be placed In the tomb, and all that Is
mortal of the dead statesman will have
been hidden from the eyes of his family
and the world. The members of the
family will be present when the casket
is taken from the receiving vault, and
In all probability will be the only wit
nesses to the final disposition of the re
mains of their kinsman.
Mrs. Hanna, who has been ill since
the funeral services on Friday, Is ex
pected to be able to attend, but In case
nhe is still unable to leave her homo It
is probable that the body will be per
mitted to repose In the vault until her
health is Improved sufficiently to per
mit of her presence at the cemetery.
COMMANDER WILLIAM P. RAN
DALL, U. S. N . retired, Ib dead at hla
homo in Now Bedford, Mass,, aged 71
years. Assigned as acting master of tho
frigate- Cumberland during the Civil war,
ho participated in tho battle with tho Mor
rimuc and was credited with having lived
tho last shot from the frlgatu before hIic
was sent to Ihn bottom. After tho war ho
entered tho iHy as ensign and served In
various capacities until 1RS2, when he re
tired. During the Spanish war ho aorvel
as executive officer of tho receiving DbJp
LESSONS FROM THE
LIFE OF HANNA
CINCINNATI, O., Feb. 21A unique
testimonial was shown tonight at St.
Paul's Mothodist church, of which Dr.
Blodgctt, chaplain of tho Ohio Command
ory of the Loyal Legion, is pastor. Dr.
Blodgett announced that the purpose wna
to study lessons from the life of Benator
Dr. Levi Gilbert, editor of the Weatcrn
Christian Advocate, who knew Senator
Hanna well during ( his pastorate of live
years in Cleveland, spoke on Hanna's ad-,
herenco to the right in business and hla
application of the amo principles to po
D D. WoodmanHee, who was president
of tho National Republican league when
Hanna became national chairman, and
had ovcr since been close to him. spoko of
Hanna as developing the hlgheBt Ideals
of citizens nnd politicians by which ho
held a marvelous control of the contUciIng
Dr. Blodgctt, as chaplain or the mili
tary order of which Senator Hanna was a
companion, held up tho leading charac
teristics of both his private and public
life as models for others In making poli
tics not a scamhlc for office, but an hon
est effort to render the greatest possible,
good to their country. Ho was glad to be
ablo to say that Senator Hanna was a believer-
In the Christian religion, that h
was guided by this belief in his political
action and especially In his successful ef
fort to bring Into harmony capital -and
labor. The largo audience, by Its- close
attention, evinced profound rospect for
tho lessons of tho evening. 1
STUDENT DRAMA AT LOGAN.
A Fine Presentation Soon to Be Made
(Special to The Tribune.)
LOGAN, Feb. 21. Muslo ami the drama
will soon le presented- to the Logan pub
lic In lhi Thatcher Opcra-houno by full
fledged student life. For some tlmo past
Prof. Robinson of tho Brlgham Young
college has had the charming little oper
etta, 'Paulino, or An Eventful Da,"
under preparation, while tho English de
partment of the Agricultural College of
Utah has In course of preparation tho
Shakespearean drama "As You Like It."
The former will be presented on Febru
ary 2Tth. the latter soon after March 1st.
tho casts In both productions being wholly
made up of students.
Tho operetta cast Is as follows: Pauline.
Annie Egbert; Cullle. Magglo Jones;
Chlckle. Anclla Peart; Nnlne. Ivy Farr;
Klonil, Virginia A. Bush; Mother. Eleaso
Carlson; Faber. Luther Burnham; Pro
fessor, R. J Hummer; Reuben. Georgo
Douglas; Shady. W. E. Hall: Cassndy, J.
A. Anderson; Sorrow, Ed Hansen. Mor
row, Asa Bullcn; Borrow, D. V. Hondor
non; Village Phjslclan. Will Larson;
Uncle Joe. A. R Reddish: Chllkoot Ike.
M. W. Robblns; chorus of fifty voices.
Cast for Ah You Like It " Banished
Duke. J T.-Jardlne; Duke Frederick, R.
B. West, LalJeau. R. C. Illllman; Charles.
Horace Kerr; Oliver, B. F. Rlter, Jr.;
Jacques. IT. J. Stutterd; Orlando, A. T.
Jones; Adam, E. G. Peterson: Touchstone
J. E Taylor, Corln. E. T. Kirk. Sllvlus,
R. C. Hlllman: William. E. G. Peterson:
Rosalind, Miss Eunice Jacobson; Cclla,
Miss Laura Nebeker; Phebe. Miss Moll
Homer; Audrey, Miss Matllo Watlis;
lords, pages ami attendants.
This Is not the first attempt at thin
work by thes Institutions, Lant year
lho Brlgham Young college scored a sig
nal success In tho presentation of "The
Merry Milkmaids." The rendition wns
highly successful, entertaining and ap
preciative, and tho sweet refrain has
hardly ceased to echo throughout tho
valley. Tho Agricultural college likewise
delighted Its audience In an excellent pro
duction of "A Midsummer Night's
Dream." Logan Is proud of her educa
tional Institutions, and these two now
ventures aro deserving of spoclal com
mendation. Wc predict that the efforts
of this year will add new laurels to those
gained last year.
NOTES FROM BRIGHAM.
(Special to The Tribune.)
BRIGHAM CITY, Feb. 21. Lawrence
Mortensen, our electrical dealer, has moved
his business from Forest street to the
James Knudson building on Main street.
Young pigs aro on the market at $3
each. James Allen brought in a load
from Pcnroso, Utah, Friday and dis
posed of them about town.
One by one our citizens and business
men are taking In the eltv lights and
cutting out the lights of the Box Elder
Power and Light company. The ward
meeting-houses hove followed suit. The
city's Income for the past month was fSCO.
Building Inspector T. Whlttaker Is push
ing the lire ordinance and bettering tho
llre-cscupes of our public buildings.
Flvo hundred dollars wero receipts at
the County Recorder's office last month
mostly placer locations and mlnJns: notos.
Tho Arlington .fc Swain Comedy com
pany presented "The Black Vipers" at
tho opera-house last night. They wero
here for two nights and Saturday mati
nee. A number of cases of smallpox arc re
ported at South Wlllard.
Russell Sago and J. Plerpont Morgan of
New York were among the arrivals at
tho Utah-na hotel lost week.
Tho Postofflce department at Washing
ton comes to the aid of our citizens In
a recent ruling, permitting tho "lobby"
to remain open all night, which is of
great benefit to our citizens.
James Hanson of Salt Lake City Is vis
iting In this city.
Dr. Edward A Rich, the County Phy
sician, has this week i.crformed a num
ber of operations of a dcllcnto nature,
among thorn being one uuon Mrs. Emaia
Hansen for cancer of tho Jaw.
Monday next a meeting of tho beet
ralscrs of this county will bo held at
the courthouse. David Eccles, president
of the Ogden Sugar company, will be
Stetson's "Uncle Tom's Cabin" com
pany appears here on the 2Crd.
A surprise was tendered Mrs. Lorail
Reese Friday and a pilrso of JS presented
to her. Mr. Reese will return from Eng
land in about ten days.
Our schools close Monday, the '.'2nd, in
honor of Washington.
A number of our citizens wont out
to the scono of the explosion on the Lucln
Our enterprising merchant. L. T. Pierce.
Is contemplating tho erection of a big
hennery on hla place on the. outskirts of
this city. HLs son Kcnm.f.i will hove
charge of IU
Robert Richard and daughter. Frances,
or Jancavlllo, Wis . are visiting In Brlg
ham, the guests of Mrs. J. C. Knudson.
Cashier John Plngrco of tho Bank of
Brlgham camo up from Ogden this week.
He Ib connected with a number of tho
Miss Ada Mack returned to Ogden this
week, after an extended visit with her
ulsters, Mri. Robert and Mrs. Frank
Elder Ell Jenson returned Thursday
Curios Hoist and wife came up from
J. F. Merrell of the Mcrrell Lumber
and Salt company returned from u buwl
ucsm trio to Spanish Fork Monday.
Tho formal opening of the Academv of
Music and Dancing takes place Mondoy.
Mayor Hoist and family were tendered
a pleasant Hoclal Wednesday ovenlng.
InvitntionH are out fora Washington
geographical party, to be given at Corlnno
Monday, tho 22nd, by tno I. O. O. F.
lodge No. -I.
Row J. E. McCragor. pastor of tho
Methodist churches at Corlnno and. Bear
River Valley, was taken sick whllo hold
ing a mooting at lonu schoolhouso last
Sunday night Mrc Shopard of Salt Lake
City, Stato organizer of tho W. C. T. U
will lecture at the Presbyterian church
J at Corlnne,
I PARK CITY i
Eg TRIBUNE BUREAU, H
Eg Murray King, Correspondent. S
STARTING IN BUSINESS.
Mr. "Waters Finds a Location Sur
prise for Mr. Harrison Note
(Special to The Tribune.)
PARK CITA', Feb. 21, William Waters,
who has been absent for a week looking
for a suitable place In which to set up
a business, returned this morning to the
Park and will lcavo again' in a week for
Spanish Fork, where he and John Mc
Donald, formerly of this place,-will estab
lish a men's furnishing business. These
young men, who are well and popularly
known In Park, start out with a capital
of JSWO, and those who aro acquainted
with their past records' and their exem
plary habits predict success for them.
A PLEASANT SURPRISE.
A few friends pleasantly surprised R.
T. Harrison Friday, the occasion being
his birthday. Progressive sixty-three wus
the gamo of the evening, prizes being won
by Mrs. II. Carson. ladieB' llrst; Mrs. A.
Harper, ladies' second; R. Young, gent's
first; L. McDonald, gent's second. Thoie
Invited wero Mr. and Mrs. C. Mair: Mr.
and Mrs. S. C'ornpton, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Backus. Mr. and Mrs. R. Young, Mr. and
Mrs. T. McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. A.
Peterson, Mr. nnd Mrs. TI. Carpon. Mr.
and Mrs. IT. Delghton; Misses McDonald.
Holmctcad and McFarlane; Messrs. Mc
Donald, Harper and McFnrlano.
NOTE AND PERSONAL.
W. L Snyder arrived from the capital
P. McPherscn of the Kelth-0 BtTen com
pany was up to the Park today on a lly
Mrs. Michael Condon was among the
visitors to Park today.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lockhart returned
from 'Aon today. .
A. H. Mayne of tho Minola and Corona
wus up from Salt Lake today.
Mr. West, the Social Club orchestra
leader, arrived from Butte. Mont., this
Miss Nellie Franklin was among this
morning's arrivals from Salt Lake.
F. R. Davis arrived today from the
Frank Varley was up from Salt Lako
Surveyor C. P. Brooks returned to Salt
Lake last evening.
Mayor C. M. Wilson went to Salt Lako
on business hist evening.
M. J. McGlll wont down to Salt Lako
yesterday to attend tho funeral of Theo
J. W. Gill was on tho outgoing train
M. M. Smart passed through Park yes
terday on his way to tho capital.
Miss True .Reynolds was among the
departing passengers yesterday.
The six-month-old daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Hugh McGI'l died this morning
of whooping cough and pneumonia. Tho
funeral will take place Tuesday, Rev.
Father Galllgan officiating.
C. F. Kutnewsky returned to Salt Lake
Tho three-month-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William Horan died this morn
ing of whooping vough and pneumonia.
Tho funeral will take place tomorrow
from tho residence of the family, with
Rev. Father Galllgan ofllclatlng.
Tbreo Lads of Payson Start, but Soon
(Special to The Tribune.)
PAYSON, Feb. 21. A trio of little boys,
who evidently thought they had little
more uso for parental care, started out
Friday evening to sec some of the world,
but they didn't go far nor stay very long.
The little boys are about 14 years of age.
and two of them bear the name of Love
less and the other ono Is a Curtis. They
walked to the home of Randolph Balzlcy
In Spanish Fork flold that evening, whero
one of tho Loveless boys and tho Curtis
boy caught the Rio Grande Weatcrn,
freight train as it came along and rodo
Into Sprlngvllle. but the other boy failed
to -'catch on" to tho train as It passed
and he walked on Into Spanish Fork He
soon got tired of tho cold weather, no
supper and being alone, so lie started
back toward Payson and arrived at Mr.
Balzley's place In the field about D
o'clock that night, whero ho was given
suppen and a bed.
About midnight the other two would
be hoboes appeared at tho Balsley homo,
having walked back from Sprlngvllle.
and asked for a night's lodging, but they
wero given supper, after which the trio
were all started for homo in the night,
arriving hero a' few hourn later. Their
parents were caused considerable anxiety
over tho youngsters running away. It Is
thought they will stay at homo now.
Another light fall of snow visited U3
The electric light plant is again in op
eration and is giving good service. The
members of tho City Council have been
up In tho canyon, accompanied by Caleb
Tanner, hydrographor of tho Interior de
partment, and made several measure
ments of tho water, and found that the
Ktrcams sufficient to run tho plant tho
year round by placing the plant at the
upper end of Walker's flat, or piping the
water from that point to the present loca
tion of the plant at the mouth of the
canyon. Further measurements will be
made looking toward tho securing of a
permanent power for our electric light
A number of patriotic parties, concerts,
etc.. will be given hero Monday night in
honor of Washington's Birthday.
Miss Hattic Coombs of the Tlntlc Miner
force wa.1 down today from Eureka to
visit her mother, Mrs. A. Coombs.
Miss Dclphl.i Simons and Miss Ada
Schaerrer were homo today from school
at the B. Y. university at Provo.
A half-dozen of Payson sports went
down to McCune's ranch on tho Sovler
river this morning to hunt ducks. They
arc reported qulto plentiful In that section.
POLITICS IN SANPETE
Candidates for tho Judgeship The
Sheepmen Are Happy.
(Special to The Tribune.)
MANTI. Feb. 21 Tho political fever Is
'here. H Is now certain that there will
bo several candidates for tho nomination
for District Judge- of this district. Judge
Johnson hus held the position two terms
nnd will likely be a candidate for a third
term. District Attorney W. D. Living
ston and County Attornoy A. H. Chrls
tensen will be candidates for the nomi
nation. Tho light from now until the
district convention moots promises to bu
warm and full of Interest.
In tho event Johiibon. Livingston and
Chrlstcnsen aro candidates for Judge, tho
nomination for District Attornoy will go
to William K. Relcl.
As yet thero is no ono in this county
aeklng to go to tha National convention
in Chicago. It Is likoly that when tho
county convention meets to elect delegates
to the Stato convention It will then bo
decided whether Sanpete will nsk for a
aian on tho delegation.
Tho sheepmen are all happy over tho
work dono by Senators Kearns and
Smoot In securing a modification of the
order for grazing on lho Mailt! forest
reserve f1 thla year.
DR. C W. HIGGINS
JTbls one of ths very mUst X-P.oy rnd
Electrlcol Machines In his office.
Electric Bu.th3 and all of tho very latent
treatments given, in tho most oolcntLao
Microscopic Medical Institute
C. W. Higginu, M. D., lfi.gr. and Prop,
ST. ELMO HOTEL,
Corner Main and Third South.
Has practiced In Salt Lake City for twenty-five
years, and the wonderful and well
ectabllBhed cures he hna effected In that
time prove the scientific principles or
which his medicines are compounded.
Forming diagnosis by the aid of the mi
croscope onable him to detect tho pri
mary "Crum of dlReasefl and effect a.
radical ouro. Tho doctor has cured thou
sands of cases of
Nervous Debility, Mental and Physi
cal "Weakness and Nervous
And will forfeit $K0 for any case taktin
under hi treatmont which ho fails io I
All classes of prlvato diseases cured and
all old, lingering diseases, which vitlato
the blood and Impair tho syatcm, thor
oughly and permanently cured. Liver and
kldnoy complaint cured All classes oi
nt3 cured. Tapeworm removed with head
or no pay. Office hours, 10 to 3:30 and 7 to
t i. m.
Please nend for a list of questions to
Dr. C. W Higgins, Salt Lako City. Utah.
B AnyMckporsnnwbibasn9VerusJI.tGUOson h
tj fhoulJ wrltotboLIijaldOzono Oa. 23 Kinzle (J
n St., Chicago. Thoj-wlll end yna nn order on q
SI yoar drugrltt for a fOent Iwttle troo, It 7wa 7t
Sj Kill (lata tho dlssno to bo treutrd. (fl
"OtC5 (J320H COXES) & Q GI333Z& O SB9$9 BKJ C
Permanently Cored. Toa can bo rented nt homo
nndor sanio suarnntr Capitol etfO.000. Wo ooliclt
tho mostobntlaaU casci. We havo cured tbevrorst
cosss In-15 to 35 days. If yon bavo talion morenry.
Iodide potash nnd ntlll hnvo aches and pxins, Muoas
Pntohos In Month. Soro Thront. Plmiilas, Corpor
Colonyl Spots, Ulcers on nn7 part of the body. Hair
ox E-robrows fallinc out, Trrito for uroofsot cur&s.
310K1SQ5IO TJlinE. CMtuco. DI. l03-fr
T T NION ASSAY OFFICE,
M. S. HANAUER, Manager.
Removed to 152 South W. Templo.
BAMPLEfl BY MAIL AND EXPRESS
will receive prompt attention. Analytical
wcri. a opeclalty. Send for price llat.
J' "W. CURRXE, ASSJ YEB,
a W. 3rd South, Salt Lxlia CSty.
H. B. WINDSOR,
'Phone 244. 62 "West Second South.
Jfe Diamonds :
IThis is Ladies' Year, '
and we have a splendid
assortment of dainty jew j
elry such as gentlemen
j would be gratified to re- '
j ceivc from their fair ;
I LYON & CO., 143 Main St 5
j IHHill'l I II- -.-..J?
IfjjOHN BUCKLE & SON,
235 SO. MAIN ST.
P. O. Box 682, Salt Lake Citj
SDesky's Big Sale! 1
205 So. Main and 10 East Sec- j
ond South. va
I PICTURE FRAMING $
1 at Popular Prices.
I American Wall Paper CoJ
Joe. third south.
w.4tyj.mmw him f ii i f
Yon Want a Spring E .
Overcoat? I l
Good tailors take your mei-y 1 j ;
f sure, try on, then alter; try on' I
b asraln three weeks: J25 to $40. E : ' (
? "We try on, touch it up it it needs I j
touching one day; hut it usu- 1
i; ally nt thirty minutee, , , '
$15.08 to $25.00 I j
'l Bo as cranky as you like about H '
extreme styles, perfect fit, excel- I
a lence of fabrics and tailoring H
we will (satisfy you. K
j. Be as spendthrift aa you please Ejj
S in your Idca3 we'll savo you m
money in pplte of youraelf. H
J Yes we're right 1
I Rowe & !
1 Kelly o., I f
I The ClothiersJ j
SALT LIKE TUHF i I
KBNYON , HOTEL, j ; I
California and Eastern Races. j I H
I THERE'S NO PLACE j, I
LIKE HOME J I
WHEN IT'S YOUR J I
OWN HOME. I j! I
b Rented abodes are ne-ve? en- J , H
f joyed like snug',, comfortable ( j H
t and honestly constructed cot- ' H
r tages, built to your order, on H
i easy terms, by IH
v, 78 "West Second South St. jl - H
At the Sign: j H
"Whoso Roof Is Over Your I H
j 2500 PAIRS OF 1 I
In (ill shades, styles and fab- I
rics; $2.00, S2.50 and 53.00 jj ' i H
Better ones, that sold for i
i 3.25, $3.50 and $4.00 ' ' - . H
$2.30 : ! I
61-63-65 Mais Street. S ' H
rim i imiiiyi i iniii'ivi'i'i'iJi'niitniifii i no! i
rtri Every Atomizer hero Is thor- !X! ' '
v&P ouglily tested before It In sold. IP
In thie way pcoplo who buy hero At
W are lnsurod ugnlnHt tho inennve- W . r'l
nloncc nnd annoyance of Impcr- :
v4f feet goods. A complete stock of "V ,
(3k reliable Atnmlzern for both med- 4L 1 ( IH
leal and toilet use. For Atomizer v IH
fin gutl&fuotion this Is the place. Am 'lfl
jjj Pricos start at jjj '
Iloadnuortoni for all HUB- Z. f
BBR GOODS. j
ft Druehl & FrsnKen, 9 1 I
W DRUGGISTS, W I
Southeast Corner Main nnd 5! "i
ffij Third South Streets, Salt A ' LH
Tjjti Lake City. 2 J
AGENTS FOR LIQUOZONE. j
Rockers fP , j
One week only, Sjijiijyftfi lj i
common cine yAuftw'ffTffnSxifJ IH
February 16th. Cssg&2zH jfyif f
Seo them In IfCr Xy pi
window Terms, fifrir K J , ,
Jl on $10; 510 on'0 ftgr 1 ( iH
S10O; no interest.
I. X. L. Furnituro & Carpet In- ( ?
stallmcnt House, ' jlH
P. A. Sorcnscn. Prop. 4S K, 2nd So.