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2 the Salt Lake Tribune: Tuesday MoRsmsr Fjebhuahy 23, 1904.
Ij BANDITS ATTEMPT TO
r WRECK N. R EXPRESS
I I HELENA, Mont., Feb. 22. A opeclal
to the Record from Billings Bays thnt nn
j attempt wns. made Inst night to lioTd up
; I Northern Pacific train No. 1. the North
Coast Limited, westbound, between Far-
l ' go and Vnlley City, N, D.
'; j A rail was removed by the would-be
; robbers, but they were discovered and
1 1 Ifollcd. A po:e Is said to be In pursuit,
f ! ST. PAUL, Feb. 22. Ofllclals of the
f 1 Northern Pacific here said they had ru-
t nors of the attempts to wreck the truin,
hut Investigation proved the stories
I , filse.
Hl Tendency of the Times.
The tendency of medical science la to
ward preventive measures. The best
thought of the world Is being given to
the subject. It Is easier and better to
prevent than to cure. It haa boen fully
demonstrated that pneumonia, one of
fl the most dangerous diseases that med-
leal men have to contend with, can be
prevented by the use of Chamberlnin's
Cough Remedy. Pneumonia always re-
cults from a cold or from an attack of
1 -Influenza (grip), and It has been ob
1 I served that this remedy counteracts any
1 tendency of these diseases toward pneu
Z monla. This has been fully proven in
1 many thousands of cases In which this
j rpmedy has been used during the great
prevalence of colds and grip in recent
,yoars, and can be relied upon with 1m
1 pllclt confidence. Pneumonia often re-
Hl sulta from a slight cold when no danger
Hj ,s apprehended until it Is suddenly dls
covered that there Is fevc- and difficulty
In breathing and pains In the chest, then
It Is announced that the patient has
pneumonia. Be on the safe side and
take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as
soon as the cold Is contracted. It al
ways cures. For sale by all druggist..
"I was informed of the alleged, attempt
to wreck our North Coast Limited,"
said General Superintendent Gilbert. "I
at once telegraphed to the division su
perintendent at Jamestown for a report
of the affair and received word that
there was absolutely no truth In the
rumorf. The division superintendent
went to Medina n.s soon as he received
Instructions to make Investigation and
his report was wired to me from that
Genernl Passenger Agent Fee said he
had not heard of the attempt to wreck
the train. "If the story were true," said
Mr. Fee, "L certainly would have been
Informed1 by the operating department."
IN THE SOCIAL WHIRL j
Sl "Llngorlonger," tho beautiful new homo
1 "of Judgo and Mrs. O. W. PoworK, was
if thrown open last evening for tho first
J ,Umo to their frlcndo, K-evor.il hundred of
1 whom called between tho hours of 8 and
1 J2 o'clock. In kre-plug with the day, the
j ' atlonol colors prcvniled in tho decora-
Hj 'tlons. Around the wldo verandas were
Hl scores of red, white and bluo lights. Ovor
Ei the arch In tho large hcJl was hung a
Hm1 beautiful American Hag. Great clusters
4' of American Beauties adorned the dining
Hl Stable, whllo vases of white carnations
Hjf wero seen In the parlor and library.
H American flags covered the walls and
Kf celling of tho blllard-room, whero rcfrcsh-
j nients wcro seized, and of tho largo room
...on the third flopr, which was converted
Hj "'into a most attractive smoking-room. A
H' ff-w palms were seen In tho parlor, and
Hi plumosa and smllax wreathed the pillars
Hmj on tho main floor. Punch was served in
ES the dining-room, the table being very
H- prettily ;irranged with .smllax. Red,
H' white and bluo radiated from the chan-
H: , del lor to the walls on all sides of tho bll-
Hard-room, completely covering the cell-
H-n ins. Largo flags covered tho walls, and
1 0 red and white carnations stood on slde-
1 board and bookcases. In the center of the
Hrj refreshment table was a handsome crys-
3 tal candelabrum, with red candles and
Irj shades, with a single crvstal candlestick
"j on each corner. Draped diagonally across
' tho table, with sraceful loopd and bows
nn either end. were broad saches of red
and bluo satin ribbon. Assisting Judgo
and Mrs. Powers In receiving their guests
wero Mrs, C. C. Goodwin. Mrs. Ellsworth
Daggett, Mrs. John Marshall, Mrs. W.
Montague Ferry. Mrs. IS. O. Hownrd, Miss
Mary Louise Anderson, Miss Rooklldge
and Miss Woodward.
There aro many beautiful homes In Salt
Lake, but not one of the manv Is at onco
I more elegant and homelike than Llnger-
longer." so appropriately named, for who
would not linger hero where tho beauty of
tho surroundings could not fall to appeal
to the artistic senso, whero the vory at
mosphere seems filled with hospitality.
The house Is of the old Dutch Colonial
style, with wldo verandas extending en
tirely around. A broad door, built in
keeping with the architecture of tho
house, opens Into a large reception hall,
whose walls are covered with rich dark
green brocade, in beautiful contrast to the
pure white woodwork. To the left of the
1 reception hall aro the parlor and library,
-ach of which Is separated from tho rc-
I ceptlon hall by pillars and fretwork In
I white. In theso rooms also tho walls and
I lianglngs aro of tho same rich dork-green
r seen In the hall, with the woodwork In
f white Broad, old-faahloncd Dutch wln-
I lows occupy almost the entire space of
I the west walls, commanding a magnificent-
I view of tho west. Long, low bookcases
I arc built In the library, filling In all the
n spaces. On the north wall Is an old Dutch
D lire place, built of rough gray sandstone.
I -On the mantel stand some flno old brass
I - candlesticks, such as arc used In the
I Greek church, and these last night held
n lighted whllo candles without shades.
Above the mantel Is a rare old Dutch mir
II rpr with a heavy gilt frame. A fcaturo of
I tbo cntlro house worthy of nolo is tho
I woodwork, which was made from a spe-
I rial design. There are no strnlght-top
I doors or windows, every one of them bo-
H ins curved, with a special ornamental de-
II Klgn at the top of each. The dining-room
I Is a work of art Indeed, with Its walls of
I old bluo burlap, its ceilings of gilt burlap,
with heavy beams of mahogany, and tho
U olil-fashloned Dutch cupboards and sldc-
I Voa,r.d of tno same rich wood. Tho doors
.railing from tho dining-room Into tho
nan arc the handsomest ever seen here
ii lr,?mo wrlt Is o solid mahogany,
wlih diamond-shaped pieces of French
I plate glass set In bronze extending from
I ! iit&Ii l bottom. The don, with
I walls of rich red burlap and finishings and
furnlfchlngs of Flemish oak, occupies tho
B voutli corner of tho house. An old Dutch
I tirenlaco of dark rod brick occupies tho
I entire cast wall of the room.
A plain but handsome staircase of ma-
I usuiiy juaus to me oecond floor, where
aro found the sleeping apartments. The
v,uest chamber Is nn ospeciallv beautiful
".lth waIla of oW rose brocade, iui
... old-fashioned woven rug of the same color,
with a high poster bed and dresser of
- !HaiW,y-, Jtrs' Pow,e",H apartments aro
. Pmk nn1 green, with furniture of cllf
Jtidge Powcrs's In red and white, with
mahogany furniture, while the room of
u the son and heir Is all In red. All ,tho
woodwork upstairs Is In white and the
, J-'HlnBS here as In all tho rooms down.
talrs, are of ochre. Tho servanU' apart-
r monts and sitting-rooms aro In keeping
- with the rest of this altoKethor wcll-ar-
J i-anged house It Beems that not a con-
venlence has been omitted, and Judge and
Mrs. Powers may well feel proud of their
mw home, for ft was built and finished
" In0-Mp,,uls,T.ful0 hy thilmselves. and
"J SLy lX u beflcr could bc founi1 for a
homo of its size.
T.he. M'sses Day of Ogden aro spending a
few days with Salt Lako friends
One of tho delightful afternoon events
r of yesterday was the cartl party given b"
. Miss Llzabcth Wcltz for some thirty of
Mrs. F. C. Smith and Miss Nell Mooro
houso wore tho hostesses at -a very enjoy
able dancing party given last- evening at
the homo or Mrs, Smith.
A J. Skldmoro entortnlncd tho mem
bers of tho O Tcmpnro cluh hist evening
at his home. Decorations In the national
colors woro carried out. Cards wore plaved
and tho nccrea and tallies carried out the
Washington Birthday Idea.
Miss Edith Ilawkes entertained a num
ber of her young frlenda at a delightful
dancing party last evening at her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gould Smith en
tertained at a ory beautifully appointed
dinner last evening at tho Commercial
club In honor of Mrs. Jack Jevno of Loh
Angeles. Covers were laid for twelve, and
tho decorations wero In flags and flowers
carrying out tho national colors.
Ono of the plcasantost of yesterday's
events was tho reception lost evening at
tho home of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Parker,
given In honor of the Spirit of Llborty
chapter, daughters of the American Revo
lution. Assisting In receiving tho seventv
llvo guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. 13. Al
len, while In entertaining their guests the
host and hostess were assisted by Miss
Radcllffe. Miss "Wells, Miss Scars and Miss
s.orn. Shaw. During tho early part of tho
evening a most interesting programmo
was given. Including a piano solo by Prof.
Thomas RadellfTc; a soprano solo. "Tho
I-lag Without a Stain." by Mrs A. D. Mel
vln; a patriotic address, "Georgo Wash
ington." by Rev Elmer I. Goshen; a vio
lin solo, Miss Esther Allen, accompanied
by Miss Mary Olive Gray, and a soprano
solo, by Miss Zora Shaw. Following the
programme the guests enjpyed refresh
ments, and then a prize was offered for
the one who could name tho Presidents of
tho United States In tho ordor of their
service The homo of Mr. and Mrs. Park
er was very prettily decorated for the oc
casion, tho national colors prevalllnc
throughout. In the large hall tho walls
wore covered with silk flafrs. tho banis
ter wns entwined with bunting In the na
tional colors, while all the lights wero
shaded In red. In the parlor red and
whlto flowers were used. A small cherry
trco stood In the center of the dining ta
ble, while scattered over tho cloth were
small hatchpts and flags. Suspended from
the chandellor to the four corners of tho
dining-room were ropes of tiny flags
while vases of red and white carhatlons
were placed on tho sideboard. Tho cvon
lng wns an altogether pleasant one and
was vory much enjoyed by all present.
Mr. and Mrs. Joscpt H. Young will en
tertain at dlnnor ono evening this week
Miss Marks gave an Informal luncheon
at tho Commercial club yesterday.
Miss Leta Rawlins entertained a num
ber of her friends at a Colonial party last
evening at tho home of her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph L. Rawlins.
Mr. and Sirs'. David S. Murrav and Mrs.
JevnG aro home from a week's visit In
Some fifty guests attended the Informal
card party given by tho Woman'n Demo
cratic club last evonlng at tho homo of
Judge and Mrs. Morris Sommer.
Mr and Mrs. George T. Brlcc leave to
for !a f.wo months' visit In Los An
gelos and othor southern California cities.
Mrs. Charles II. Kraft will entertain tho
members of tho Cleofan this afternoon at
her home, 310 Fourth streeL Mrs. Culmor
otto " a papor 011 "The Scnol of Gl-
,nA Tnursdny morning, February 25th,
at 10 o clock, tho regular meeting of tho
club will be held at tho clubhouse.
Mrs. Newell Beeman entertained nt o
pleasant Informal Kensington yesterday
afternoon at her home. 1
Tho dancing party to have been clven
by company II this evening at the armory
Is postponed for one week (March 1st) ow
mg o the death of Jesso A. Shafer a
member of the company. oi-r, a
-ney I!,caajl"- nnd Informal vas the
Washington Birthday partv given Ins?
even ng at the home of Mrs. w! A PMce
by thS la4Ics of the First Methodist
church. The house was dfTectlvelv and
artistically decorated with flags l,achetH
and cherries. Besides an Informal mu"
? ,Pumber ot games wero enjoyed
,.Tnc senior girls of the High school we
tho hostesses and the boys guostS of hon
,at ,ast evening at the homo Sf
?h Ltt,ude, w'C-eler. Red and K
the school co ors, and American f nn iv
conspicuous in tho doSraMon " Brn?2
and music modo the evening p"a ss rv
Si;aSS,ynjtndeed fr th S,X"y young So-
HIS WAGON "WAS HIS
OASTLE FOB THE NIGHT
William Desmond, a stove renalrer
was out in hie wagon last iilSKut
rnending stoves was the least nV Ma
In0hU.a,ew; HC w?,8,eeW nndUaldown
v gn ad 8lept' Counted' Ofllcer
Cllve happened along Sixth East street
standing In the middle of the street Thi
horse was apparently as contented as
?,E,?asXer aRd made effort to move
i!rcfT Was 8leepI"V noTl iy.
He refused to be aroused, so the officer
ed the horse with the rig to headqucrT
in7. ,h0r charKe f drunkenness was
entered against the sleeper.
CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN"
"The Right Road"
Between Omaha. Council Bluffs and
St. Paul, Minneapolis, Dubuque and Chi
cago. Equipment right? service right;
S,CnriSht: ,t-aLI Tlsht- For informal
tlon address F. A. Starkweather, Gen.
Agt., 58 West 2nd South street, Salt
James Reid Dead.
James Rcid died In this city February
ft & a,Hout J years funeral win
tLhr . thl,8 afternoon at 3 o'clock from
tho funeral parlors of S. D. Evans n
0v?t. BlrCCt' Interme"t In'Mt
Tho Chinese affair at tho Salt Lako
Theatre last night sustained tho high
reputation of honoymoons of all nation
alities of being delightful. And In ac
cordance with a custom about as old as
matrimony Itself, thono whose honoymoon
It wns acted In a manner most amusing
to the spectators. It was not, however,
tho customary devotion of newly wedded
couples that caused the merriment on this
occasion, for such touchiiiK affection was
rnthor limited. It was a disposition to bo
fickle, and ono no doubt should be sorry
to have to say It, that caused tho fun.
And you can seo how embarrassing thlB
tendency to fickleness must become In
a country whero every man who kisses a
maiden Is compollcd by law to marry her.
Imaglno how such a law would affect
various married men oven In Salt Lako!
Another Innovation was tho presence ot
eight bridesmaids In the touring party,
who wro along principally to enable tho
groom to say that "two la company, but
eight is a board of directors." and to add
a fine bunch of beauties to tho chorus.
Tho chorus, thus rolnforocd, contains more
girls than have appeared In any other
company of tho season. Prettily arrayed,
and appearing In tho midst of Chlncso or
numontatlon, It forms beautiful spectacles
of Oriental sumptuousness.
Tho most pleasing person In tho big
combination Is Its smallest member. Toby
Claude Is a dumpling, a peach, or almost
anything else that Is appetizing. She
stands four feet six In her stockings, but
she Is big enough at times to nearly fill
the stage. Her cntlro naturalness, hor
sprlghtliness. her vainglorious strutting,
her cockney talk, hor pretty llttio mannor
Isms. make this cuto elfin one of tho most
captivating of artists. When sho is cut
ting up with tall W. II Clarke, tho con
trast Is convulsing Mr. Clarko has tho
part of a Mongolian emperor, and endows
It with good noting and a remarkably flno
bass voice. Little Toby doesn't pretend to
be able to sing much, but In a duet with
Clarko sho sings all around him, for
sho encircles him as sho sings, run
ning with his quoue. It Is Interesting
to know that Toby, small ns she Is. has
had a husband of her own, Will Carlcton,
tho singer, and their combined stature was
good enough for any two, as he Is six
As the original husband of tho affair
John E, Ilenshaw Is an excellent come
dian and singer, and Edward Clarke, as
a young fellow who wants to bo a hus
band, also sings well. As singers, the
women principals do not shine, though
Mlns Frances Knight, who Is the Em
peror's niece, has a fair voice. But she
and Miss Stella Tracv, tho bride, have
vivacity and tho ability to look well and
make clothes look well. Miss Tracy Is
gifted ns a mimic, her Imitations of Anna
Held, Lulu Gluser ond other comediennes
being very clever. Miss May Ten Brocck
was an official mother-in-law of amplo
proportions and approprlato asperity.
Fortunately, tho assurance was given
that thcro was nothing suggestlvo In tho
show, or pcoplo might have thought they)
"";iuu nuiiiuiimiK ui uiu Kinu. un ac
count of the assurance, or was It In splto
of it, tho house was filled. A big audlcnco
would also have been in attendance In tho
afternoon had not tho late arrival of the
company made It Impossible to glvo an
afternoon performance. Performances
will be given tonight and tomorrow aftor
noon and night.
Scats aro now on sale for the Florence
Roberts engagement at the Salt Lnko
Theatre. "Tho Frisky Mrs. Johnson" will
be clven on Thursday and Friday nights
&nd "Znza" at the Saturday matinee and
night performances. "Tho Frisky Mrs.
Johnson" shows Miss Roborts In a stylo
of art new to her, and much Interest Is
felt In her work In It.
A flno house greotcd tho Initial appear
anco of the Gus Sun American minstrels
at tho Grand yesterday aftornoon. The
houso was swelled owing to the fact that
many of those who had como down town
to attend the matinee at tho Salt Lako
Theater went over to the other playhouso
whon they found there was nothing doing.
The minstrel company comprises an ex
cellent group of comedians and singers
and tho novelties aro especially good. The
staKe setting of tho grand spectacular
first part. "A Dream of Mars," Is vory
attractlvo and tho Colonial nttlro and
nigs of tho players were especially appro
priate considering that It was Washing
ton s Birthday. The droll humor of tho
songs of Frod P. Russell took tho houso
and Is deserving of. special mention. Tho
specialties aro all pood Tho barrel Jump
ing stunt of Conners and Montrose Is hard
to beat, and Holler, the wire artist. Is there
with the sood8. t
Tho Sun minstrels will show tonight and
tomorrow night, with 3 o'clock matlneo to
morrow. The matinee performance of "A Chlncso
Honeymoon," to hnvo been given at the
Salt Lake Theater yesterday, was called
off on account of the belated arrival of
tho scenery. The train bearing the com
pany and stage parphernalla from Cali
fornia was late and did not jret In until
nearly 2 o'clock. A largo crowd of people
were disappointed when It was found that
It would bo Impossible to glvo an after
noon performance of the production
We have moved to No. 12 West Third
South. Will be glad to meet our old
friends and customers In our new loca
tion. On nccount of cheap rent we will
be able to give our patrons the benefit
of oame, and will sell good goods
cheaper than ever.
TOM & JERRY CLOTHING HOUSE,
I. N. Lewis, Prop.
When the Century Owl has laid Its
eggs and their young shall have died
of old age. It will still be on our records,
If he don't pay. Merchants' Protective
Association, scientific collectors of bad
debts. Top floor Commercial block.
Francis G. Luke, General Manager.
"Some people don't like us."
McCoy's livery stable for carriages
and light livery. Telephone SI.
Railroad Boys Bowl.
Tho Car Accountants bested the Dis
bursements In a series of games on tho
Collendcr bowling alleys yesterday.
nltnoy of tho Accountants wan hlirh
man. with an averago of 171 1-5. and Pear
son of tho Disbursement crowd took sec
ond score with an averago of 1S3 pins
Tho scores mndo by the players of both
teams wero as follows:
Person 1T,1 1C3 JS3 200 157 SIC
TlQrtlu 16G 12.5 US 121 ICG 723
Haines ,...1M 132 162 152 US 7CS
Ed. Williams ...,lb7 135 1C3 1C3 104782
grtefyi 6 112 110 131 110 CM
Woods , ....'..123 U9 1S1 136 132- 721
Prlco HI 159 1G4 158 17" 7S7
Whltnoy 19fl 178 121 177 1S4 SSG
Total .. 29C0-
Averages: Disbursements Pearson 163
Martin. 115 1-5; Haines, 151 8-5; Ed Wlf
WV1 iS? 2"' Car -Accountants-GrlKKs
ney 171 1?5 ' 1M Prlco' 157 Whit-
Walsh Starts Well.
-JSn U.10. opening game of the series of
nLf?01"1? at P0,0' between Walsh and
ShcfTner last night, Walsh led his oppo
nent by a score of 112 to S3. Tho chances
are In favor of Walsh, and there Is noth
ing doing In tho betting line.
Pirst Blood for Josh.
Josh Davis carried off tho honnr ini
night In his first round of bSu w?rh
C. O. Do Vero of Portland. Tho More at
the end of the evening was 100 to S3? Tho
contest runs for six nights at tho rVi
lander billiard parlors. Tho play hcSn
at 8 o'clock and runs till one ot ptho con
testants gets 100. ino con
New Racquet Champ.
,B07i0 eb- 22--9eorgo A. Brooke
of Philadelphia won the racquot cham
pionship of the United States todav by
defeating Qulncy A. Shaw, Jr., of" this
SEVIER'S POULTRY SHOW.
'First Exhibition Passes Off to Meet
Most Sanguine Expectations
(Special, to The Tribune.)
RICHFIELD, Fob. 22. Tho first 'poul
try exhibition of the Sevier County Poul
try association wns a success In a degree
far beyond the most sanguine hopes of
Its promoters Tho chicken show, held
In tho Richfield opera-house and lnotlng
three days, was an unusual attraction for
this region and drew a dally crowd, large
In number and In enthusiasm.
Great credit Is due Hie officers of the
now organization, tho llrst of Its naturo
In Sevier county. Only a few weoks ago
tho society was born, with Anthony Soy
ka, president; Samuel Ncbekor, Frank
Wright, Oliver Borg and James Brown,
vice-presidents, S. G. Clark and Martin
Thorscn, secretaries; Charlton Seegmlllcr,
treasurer. Now the association has a
membership larger than that of any other
county poultry association In Utah and
rivaling that of the State.
Tho averago dally attendance at this
Initial exhibit of tho association was up
ward of SCO, and the show proved a llnun
clal siiccess. Tho premium list of forty
pages was twice as largo as that of tho
last State show and cost a considerable
sum. Othor. expenses wore necessarily
high. on nccount of this having been tho
opening exhibit in tho county, but tho re
ceipts were more than sufficient to llqul
doto tho bills Incurred.
Visitors from outside Sevier county
wero poultry owners from Salt Lako and
Ogdon, somo from Sanpete county, Profs.
Dryden. Hutt and Merrill, who camo
down from tho Agricultural collego to lec
ture to the Poultry association and a1
meeting of the Sevier County Farmers'
association, which wns held in .conjunc
tion with the chicken show, and Judge J.
W. Haslam of Salt Lake, who did the
scoring. Tho unqualified opinion of Judgo
Haslam, freely expressed, was to tho ef
fect that this llrst exhibit In Sevier coun
ty was tho finest first show given by any
county association In Utah, and even ex
celled tho llrst show of tho State associa
tion. Somo features of special note wero the
Brown Leghorn cock owned by Simon
Chrlstcnsen of Richfield, which scored
93Vs that being tho highest mnrk won by
any bird of this breed In Utah outside of
ono owned at Ilnslam's poultry yard at
Salt Lake; a guinea cock, tho property
Of Frank Wrltrht of Annnliolln ii-hlnh
scored 95i, the best In Utah; a Chester
hlto sow, shown ns a side Issue, owned
by J. C. ChrlstenBcn of Inverury and
weighing SCO pounds, and her six-month-old
pig, whoso weight Is 2S0 pounds.
Tho entries wero open to the entire
State, there being a total of thirty-four
entries filed. There were one coop of
Belgian hares and forty-seven coops of
fowls, or 5 hares and 2S0 fowls. There
wore chickens hatching in two Incubators
on dlsplny. ono made In Petaluma. Cal.,
and the other manufactured by a com
pany nt Falrvlew, Sunpete county.
Below arc the first prizes awarded, this
list Including only the fowls that scored
within the limit allowed by tho blue rib
Barred Plymouth Rocks Pen, 179 1-S, W.
II- Clark, Rlchlleld; cockerel. O. H.
Borp. RIchlield; hen. MM. J. W. Fair
banks. Annabclla; pullet, 92'., H. P. Han
Blue Andelusian Cockerel. 91. Harmon
Peery. Ogden; pullet, 91'4. Harmon Peery,
Brown Leghorn Pen, l&l 3-ie. H. P.
Hansen, Rlchlleld; cock, 93&. Simon Chrls
Buff Cochin Pullet. Mtf, Mrs. Lemuel
Buff Leghorn Pen. 1S1.9-1C. J. W. Has-,
lam. Salt Lake; cockerel, 9PA Haslam;
hen, 92Vfc. Haslnm; pullet, 93. Hasliim.
Buff Orpington Cockerel. Wasatch
farm. Ogden; pullet. 91. Wasatch farm.
Light Brahma Hen, 9iy,. J. II. Morri
Phodo Island Red Pen. 1S2. C. W.
Walker, Rlchlleld; cock, M. Walker; cock
Sow1, 2ift.c- w- powell, Glenwood; pullet;
-rS1!yo.r...L'aco Wyandotte Pen. 17CA J.
M. Bplltlio, Rlchlleld; hen, 90'A. Bofltho
i. " h,., Lcgho,'nCock- 91. O- A. Ande
lln Rlchlleld; cockerel. 9214. M. J. Hewitt.
OKden; pullet. 91. Hewitt.
wL1.1.10 V'norcu-Pullct, 9151. Hewitt.
White P ymouth Rock Cockerel, S9'A
Peery; pullet. 91Vi, Peery.
Whlto Wyandotte Pen. 1S3T6 W W
Browning, Ogden: cockerel, Brown
ing; hen. 93',4. Browning; pullet, &34,
Diplomas fpr Barred Plymouth Rocks
scoring 90 points and bettor were nward
r.1? , Ha Bcr w- H- C'nrk. J. W.
Soykn ' nuel 'ebekcr and Anthony
The one Silver Lace Wynndotto diploma
ws won by J. M. Bolltho.
VUnners of diplomas on solid colors. 9UA
t n,nd be,ttor- ar, w- w- Browning?
VS hlto yandottus and White Mlnorcns
lJa IIew.Uk Wh,tc IKhorns; J. H
Whh pi "tBrahmos; Harmon Peery.
lusians; J. W. Ilaslam, Buff Leghorns;
wo 1I,Arlsen' Prown Leghorns; C. W.
Walker, Rhode Island Reds.
Then there were game cocks, bantams
gcose. turkeys. fanUlls and hares that
Tr,0nf1Jt ,,Hh lns? b,lt are "oY scored
Already the enthusiasm of tbls meeting Is
taking effect among the poultrymen of
the county to such extent that valuable
Importations have been ordered, and next
Lanr "s,low- will be of an order seldom
RTchllcld30 comParatlvely small a city as
KOREA WITHDRAWS AS
EXHIBITOR AT ST. LOUIS
ST. LOUIS, Feb. 22.-Korea has with
drawn from participation In the Louisi
ana Purchase opposition and has officially
notified the management of tho exposition
to that effect. Official notlflcatlon was
received on Fobruary 11th. but It was not
made public until tonight.
At tho administration building It was
assu-ned that the notion of the two con
tending nations, Russia and Japan, In
making Korea the theater of land opera
tions In the present wrtr, is largely re
sponsible for Korea's decision to abandon
Facts Are Greater Than
Theories. Every Leaf in a
Package of Tree Tea is a
E : MIllIlaGBJ E
A 15AN FRANCISCO 1
. INTERMOUNTAIN NUGGETS.
The Fnrmlngton Prnmatlc compnny Is to
play "Tho Cubnn Spy" at Morgan next
The Lemhi Republican club Is to have a
big-banquet nt Snlmon, Ida., next Monday
Threo now oil companies have recently
been organized In Michigan for operations
In the Evanston field.
Theodore Bruback, bofore earning to
Utah, was a stockman In Wyoming, hav
ing a ranch near Laramie.
A mountain lion has lately been alnrm
lng tho people of Fossil, Wyo., by coming
Into tho town and roaring
Tho Morgan Hone Drnmatlc has vory
creditably' presented "Joshua Whltcomb"
at Morgan, Wlllard rind Hooper.
Robert Shepherd of Paris, Ida., has re
turned from Salt Iike, having recovered
from tho effects of an operation ,
James Mellor of Fayctto. Utah, while
carrying a bucket of watnr, slipped-and
fell with great force upon tho sharp edgo
of tho bucket, breaking two of his ribs.
Tho La Snl Mountain Telephone and
Electric company hns leased the Moab and
Thompson line for n term of years and the
two lines are now under one management.
Tho salo of tho property belonging to tho
Grovont Cattlo 'company, under execution
on Judgmont In favor of Benjamin C. Al
len, was held a Auburn, Wyo., and netted
Last week marriage licenses were Issued
nt Fnrmlngton to Ira W. Walte. aged CO.
of Salt Lako City, and Mary E. Tutllo
aged 33. of Utah county, and to Gus Melen
der and May Andrews, both of Salt Lnkc
Judgo Thomas II. Davis, a prominent
citizen of Lnramle, is dead. Mrs. U. U.
Hlskey of Salt Lake was one of his chil
dren Judge Darts was a Civil war vet
eran and wns a mombcr of one of tho
At the Catholic church In Laramie on
Sunday special services were held In honor
of tho silver anniversary of the pastorate
of Rev. Hugh ,Cumml8key, pastor of St.
Lawrence O Toole's pariah and vlcar-gen-cral
of tho Chcyenno diocese.
The NephI Record savs: "Cnpt. W. C.
Andrews was In Salt Lako the latter part
of tho week trying to persuade the Gov
ernor to lease a suitable buildlnp for nn
armory for company A. Tho Caotaln'a
proposition was turned down and it begins
to look very much ns though tho N. G. U
will bo ono compnny short after tho first
enlistment period has passed In a few
Douglas Campbell Cordlncr. ono of the
successful candidates for appointment to
tho United States Naval academy at An
napolis In tho examination held at Chey
?PJie; )vns uorn ln Laramie September 18.
lto, his paronts belnp Mr. and Mrs Wil
liam Cordlncr. Besides bolng a very bright
young man, he Is well-known as an nth
lete, winning prizes In bicycle riding, put
ting the shot and other sports.
The Moab Times says. "Those who are
in a position to know say that the Green
and Grand river steamboat enterprise Is a
project backed by the Raymond Excursion
company of New York, and that they
havo gono so far as to make an appropria
tion of $15,CO0 to carry out tho proposition
The steamer will cost In the neighborhood
of &00 and $10,030 will bo Invested In a re
sort at somo point below tho head of tho
The Tooelo Transcript brings news of a
reform movement, as follows: "The man
agers of the Droubay hall dances are now
determined to stop the loafers that con
gregate around that place on every dance
?y.?i "' hey hnvo made arrangements
with the Marshal to bcc after the matter
and now look out for war. We are asked
to warn tho loafers that they will not be
permitted to crowd tho stairway, and that
the best of order will be maintained around
tho hall from this time forth."
TO CURE A COLD I2J ONE DAT
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet"
Druggists refund money If It falls to
cure. E. W. Grove's signature on dox.
When the Century Owl has laid Its
eggs and their young shall have died
of old age, It will still bo on our records,
If he don't pay. Merchants' Protective
association, scientific collectors of bad
debts. Top lloor Commercial block.
Francis G. Luke, General Manager.
"Some people don't like us."
The (Prospective) West Mountain Ca
nal and Irrigation company will hold
a meeting at the West Jordan meeting
house at 10 n. in. Wednesday. February
24th, for the purpose of petitioning the
Interior department at Washington to
aid In the reclamation of the arid lands
lying west of the Utah and Salt Lake
canal. Trof. G. L Swendsen of the
United States Geological Survey will J
address the meeting.
SILT IME TOHF
California and Eastern Race3.
ESTABLISHED 1870. ;
ijOHIT BUCKLE & SON,
235 SO. MAIN ST. f
P. 0. Bos 682. Salt Lake Citj
6Iav be gone and yet the remaining ltmg
will be amply sufficient to sustain a vigor
ous vitality. As a general thing few peo
ple make more use of both lungs than i3
equivalent to a healtliy use of ono lung.
These facts arc all in the favor of the
man or woman with weak lungs, even
when disease has a strong grip on them. .
rj ?k 9tt-i Many a person
BaTP&--ff?gt living in health
$ $ lungs marked by
pjtjbs s7iiw raSi tue healed scars
Qr M Dr. Pierce's
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" se obstinate, deep
L f seated coughs,
3f3ST bronchitis, blccd-
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L n ec or unskilfully
" treated, find a
u Jj atQl termination
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"I had been troub-
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TWJWl CPC nm' pleurisy
Sw VI III Ink for a number 0f
IJ llu Vya years nud the trouble
jftV) H p Jyrp "ad almost become
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Kill y mSSa I'.'"'", of Howe. la.
"Had several kinds
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and got his advice, nud began usinc his ' Golden
Medical Discovery. I have used twenty-five
bottles. When I commenced taking it I had no
nppctltc, my ystcm wns completely run-dowu,
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appetite and am able to do aiv vrork. I sin
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Discovery to all who arc afflicted as I was."
Those who suffer from chronic dis
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by letter, free All correspondence
strictly private. Address Dr. R. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets assist the
action of the Discovery."
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y LUMBER, COAL. j
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y Up-town office. CO W. Second South.
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do you NEED ANY of them? a
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Stop drinttng Ofiktff
Have Breakfast TmI
YOUR GROCER i'illftl itvIL-
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Bait, Their Traps ft
With Allurmg Prices: S&r
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E On Extras. iffi
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HOMEBUILDER, -i Jjg
fc At tho Sign: "Who3e Roof Is Oyi ,rfl
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B Now at 78 W. 2nd So., but wllbfi V o31
k move March 10th to 32-31 Main StlriBBct
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