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j; The 'Salt Tjatttc Teebtine: Saturday Mok3Stcstg3 February 27, 1904. 3 j, H
UNB BRANCH OFFICE, I
jSncton Ave, Tchonc 111 J
1 GJri Said to Bo Enamored oC
,1fliJr?y nn Offending Black,
ttl hrv Feb. 2T.-IU tlc JIinilcip.il court
If T ' ,ornlng John Phillips, a nccro,
Dfl,W n " d Sfd sent to the rock pile
ii'Sffl . ,wvs Tho crime for which
-A arrested was consorting with
jl !?? of a well-known family and
tief, n't the Ogdcn hleh school. A
Ml ic"nf ettcn) wrc found written by
Jmij l-jlxr of 'elX ,R.r na3io "Olive." and
0J 4' f& the negro In many
ySM .er ne. The neKro was unmtin-
irin, to state llmt the love was all
f2 ?ffiVs sldo that 1,0 dWn-t care
iJS 'a1 or her The nepro Is said to
iS ff-ltcrt the slrl in hor home.
u! i ., Hardman, who has Just re-
'. orrls ar"" , ' t San irninciaco. un
V Xt Charles Sawtclle. who for-
reffil I" Owlen. has Invented a
'H tJle Sasollne motor for automobile
5 that J3 certain to revolutionize
l.earrlttgc busbies. A company
Effofflzed in San Francisco w th
i6S.rl Hnrdman as president; Morris
B Hro,n treasurer; U M. Spiegel, sec
m who with E.' M- Luckett. Charles
.iS 'Sile anil Charles Zentner. arc the ill-
Vjjjj Haidman alleges that with the Saw
: Jff"ntor the machlno, which now costs
cTn b put on the 'market for about
; Examined Ice Ponds.
'n City Board of Hcalth yesterday
ST& fJifatour of the various Ice lond of
32" -ik- and made a thorough examination
S to their sanitary condition. It
iri?7i i' , SVn reported that skaters aro al
S on th Ice polluting tho same The
:M which is composed of the Mayor.
kTS rtnMary Inspector, the President of
IS ki" City Council and tho City Physician
55! hjim1 the various ponds and thoroughly
i$5 wiSied them, as woll us the output.
found them In good condition nnd tho
Si! 'worts of unsaniUiry conditions cxngger-
if.$ S03 the ?tlen Woolen 2Iills.
wYZ ' Tfstcrdav afternoon E. T. Wool ley
HW ?bnsht aiilt against the Ocden Woolen
iais company for tho sum of 5iv$. alleged
u be due for salary na managor of tho
U3! 'tapany Tho mills wero destroyed by
iTtfi ;fc jt March and Mr. Woollcy was no
'lttTfc that his services would be no longer
'rMlred. However. Mr. Woollcy held the
csfsny'c contract to retain him as man
aUn trtrone year at 3125 per month, and It is
: 'i-rJir this contract that he claims tho
&jth c. C rtlchards Is plaintllf's attor-
Made His Wife Steal.
i-"2l Ttrterday morning beforo Municipal
iSm JS Howell William Duncan, a negro,
ns arraigned, with his wife, Mlnnlo Dun
Xa 03. a Blxletin-ycar-old girl, on a charge
iba ti thefL On the hearing the girl told a
j& i jjithttlc tale Slio suld she was married
u'jfc iitDancan In Denver n short time ago,
.'dI that since coming hero he had refused
u work, treated her cruelly and coin
'i hor to steal to support him. The
Sflftl ril was sent to tiro Crittenton home, nnd
iL-Jll t ccgro sent lo tho rock pile for ninety
Must Clean Up Yards.
'luW1 Board of Health during Its "round
-jrfiiH' ywterday pnld visits to portions of
l!rbu5lncfs an" residence districts of tho
Bft.llmM and found aiany placea rcrjulring the
.EM.ntton of tho sanitary inspector. Dead
J(jftG'.Eal3. rubbish, brusli and all kinds of
r.i.iiMi&l md refuse were discovered, and the
pSUjinrd Issued Immediate Instructions to
.?.?IjhH the nuisances abated and calling up
reJ,foal residents to see that their yards
3 tiki! ct cleaned out at once.
Hausen Goes to Boise.
wuil'i11 K3Usen, former catcher for the Og
' ,z!iM fa baseball team, has signed to play with
55,E:!jj tho coming year, and will soon leave
ntlyil fc; that city.
ir&s Jnea Douglass has gone to Park City
ivha' j03 tineas,
jrjji ; Jeph Stahl was down from Brlgham
iij'i : Jlfphen Richardson, tho well-known con
eP(l itor' 13 serlohsly 111.
i Jr, JIra w- A. Voorhles leave to
tjt a; for a visit to California
& Ward's .ninstrcls aro the at
j jlncUon at the Grand tonight.
2J i Jfe Jfen'8 club t tho Methodist churcli
l?5 .I1 n'e dinner this evening at tho
spf !trrch building.
i2i "Cap. Lawrence, a well-known Salt Lake
T7 ks man. Is In Ogdcn, on his way
JJ from Denver.
iEe Rplapp, District Attorney Halvcr
f1 'Iji. Court Stenographer Hamer were
rtig court in Farmington yesterday.
2l w1"1 Kl'3'op, a well-known resident of
9i t"3131. dlel Thursday illghU The
' VS.P.2011115 Sunday afternoon from the
jg aatsYllio meeting-house.
'n.tvLot tho marriage of Squire Coop to
Ism J"3 Carmen Lesno at Now York Thura-
,V,r.ecncd eden yesterday In tho way
CI tycerarn lrom Mr. Coop.
I .ili A warrant has been Issued for the nr
I t,ij0S('ph lardock. on Uie charge of
5ln5 the peace. 6n complaint of
lai!l ftoeell Murdock Is a railroad
Hsraco T?eo"ry, president: W. W. Bovle.
Hiary; w. D. Pyner and Horace Peery.
K!' are tho officers elected by the
Kr tllrnllur company for the coming
iiHli!uare,l,tno nine-month-old dnughtcr
fL0"1! Mrs- Jnmes Hearn. died yestcr-B11"-'
Tne funcral occurs at the
Rsat oclock?00111 avcnuc tl,,s a(ttir"
fflBv,,?1''41;101 c- Mnrdock, wife of If.
M,1ck' (lled Thursday night, as a
.'J ,. S h,cart trouble. The funeral will
j3B l-,,nday ai 2 o'clock from the Sec-
fSBfaiiL0sdcn Ranld Transit compnny is
irBi iirH. pIePiratlonB for the extension of
M?ir in?. dow Twenty-second Htrcet to
iVnBtl on to Thirty-second,
-raiterlal will bo ordered in a few dnyo.
;v3Bfetni?i?ard ?f Kducatlon held' a meeting
1tmx yv ?nd received the resignations or
t Bte?P,3s,vBurdcUe Smith. Mr. Smith
B4y?fPJ?'iof th0 Flvo Points school, and
ire WKl Pr,mary teacher at the JSmerson.
Silfc1Ce"Ull,nroniinenL Republican cnlled
vKln iTr,bunc h,!lt nKht and stated
VS. 1 -,,V 'l0" wan Iw-lng prepared Indora
WKiA'V.i1 Dickson for City Physician.
-jit'mwS that the central committee was
ITililBEthi the Indorsement and will have
'iSJVth. fny' Dr- D'ekann Is the Incumbent
SfPc- 'hom the Mayor desires to
Jfm CROSSES THE RANGE
j'L Jil'LTf (Spcclal to Tho Tribune.)
t!M-. LIiN's- """yo.. Feb. 2(J.-Rcubcn 13.
SBbt' has l'cen a rcaldent of Wyo
lf?5fc t UG5, d,ed "ddcnly this morn
W9K 01 aPMexy. Mr. Knox was a Con-
Mn f.Soldlcr and came to Wyoming
.JSwtcd i 1 bclnS discharged. Ho cn
"GHHtr ;?tnc harness business here and
stfSPSfct rn?.rtT.tlmo and was Jailer at the
ikelNBtrt int1, JIlP Lac-V a"d "Opium Bob"
trom the Rawlins Jail and
'"'VtoMj,.Ho wna- c yearB old hut
rjt, --aaj, and leaves a widovr.
WILD WIND RAVAGES
PORTLAND. Or.. Feb. W.-Thc severest
windstorm that hns taken place here for
a period of twenty years occurred today
at North Mount Tabor, a suburb of this
city, on the east sldo of the Willamette
Tho Nlorm lasted for about half an hour
and wan accompanied by a hallHtorm, some
of the stones of which were moro than an
inch In diameter.
The storm wrecked or partially ivreckcd
JS?1.0- d0ZQn housca in nil and did about
jfOPO da 31 age.
EMERY COUNTY FARMERS.
They Hold a Highly Successful Con
vention at Orangeville Profs.
Morrill and Hutt Speak.
(Special to The Tribune.)
ORANGEVILLE, Utah, Fob. 'U. The
Farmer's convention of Emery county has
been In session at this placo today. It has
been one of the largest assemblages of
people ever convened In Emery county.
Tong before 10 o'clock the people began to
come in from adjoining towns and by 10
o'clock standing room In the Social hall
was at a premium. Most of those who
have come in arc prepared to stay during
the convention and are being entertained
by tho honpltnhlc people of Orangevlllo.
Profs. Merrill and Hutt, from tho Agricul
tural college at Iogan. aro horo to ussiet
In the work of tho convention. Tho meet
ing was called to order by Mr F. P. Sweet
of Huntington, chairman of the commit
tee, who has had tho maitor of arranging
for the convention In charge. Hon. J. E.
Johnson of Huntington was elected chair
man. Judge Robertson of Orangevlllo,
vice-chairman, and John K. Reld of
OmnKcvllle, secretary. During tho morn
ing session Judge Robertson spoke on
"Mnrkot Gardening." He doplorc-rt tho
fact that such articles as toane sage and
celery were imported Into this county
when tho very best celery and sago In tho
world can, bo grown here, as shown by his
own experience. Mr John Lemon of Fer
ron discussed "Fruit on tho Farm." Mr.
Lemon ia a prize winner at State fairs for
tho best display of apples and his remarks
along this lino wore decidedly Interesting.
Prof. Hutt spoko on "Home Gardening,"
emphasizing tho Importance of the proper
caro and selections of .seed, and outlined
methods by which early potatoes can be
grown. Tho Importance of using leas wa
ter and more cultivation wa3 urged. Many
questions were asked at tho conclusion of
Prof, Hutt's remarks and tho discussion
which followed was indicative of tho in
terest taken In Emery county in horticul
Tho afternoon session was devoted to a
discussion of tho alkali problem. Many of
tho best farming lands of this county havo
become eo badly alkalled aa to bo entirely
worthless for cultivation. Prof Merrill
spent tho entire afternoon in a discussion
of tho subject. Alkali simply means plant
food present In the soli in such large quan
tities as to be Injurious. The alkalies
found here aro 3odlum sulphate, sodium
carbonuto and sodium chloride. Of these
the sodium carbonate or tho black alkali
Is by far the moct injurious. The alkali
salts becoming dissolved In tho water aro
brought to tho surface by capillarity and
tend to accumulate In tho surface foot of
soli. The method by which tho alkali at
Salt Lako City, on tho farm west of tho
Jordan river, haa been washed out was
explained. The professor claimed that in
onu year's cxperlenco with undcrdralnagc,
more than 5000 tons of alkali or 82 per cent
of all tho alkali originally present, had
been washed out of tho first four feet of
soil on tho forty acres. A lively discus
sion, concerning this question, was had
beforo tho meeting concluded, but In tho
light of the arguments and facts present
ed llttlo could bo said In opposition to un
dcrdralnagc. Both meetings were enlivened by muslo
from the ward choir under the direction of
Prof. Jowkes. Prof. Merrill said that thlH
was, by far, the bost attended and most
enthusiastic farmer's convention over held
in tho State of Utah and tho farmora hero
are much gratified with tho success of
their first meeting.
During the evening the Orangevlllo peo
ple gave a "sociable," to tho visitors, tho
programmo consisting of solos, dueta, reci
tations and speeches, every number being
of the highest order.
The convontion continues with three
meetings tomorrow. The professors havo
been invited to stop at Huntington on their
icturn to Prlc'oinnd have consented to hold
nn Institute there Friday morning.
NOTES OF THE CONVENTIO.N.
Bishop Nixon of Huntington remarked
that thcro was not a precinct in tho cntlro
A lively discussion was had during tho
forenoon session on the question as to
whether angleworms wero Injurious to tho
soil or not. Prof. Hutt maintaining that
they exerted a bennficlal rather than an in
jurious effect provided a surface mulch bo
retained to provent the solfe from drying
t- ... ,
The success of tho convention Is largely
due to the efforts of three men who wero
appointed by the County Commissioners to
nrrango for the convention, namely, F. P.
Sweet, Mort Jensen and M. E. Johnson,
It ia claimed that Orangcvillc has some
of the best amateur slngors in the State,
The singing under the direction of Prof.
Jewkcs "ia one of the most pleasing fea
tures of thn convention
An announcement was mado at tho close
of the afternoon session to tho effect that
a permanent organization would bo ef
fected at tomorrow's meeting.
In all probability the Utah experiment
station will conduct an experiment at
some point In Castle valley with the view
of reclaiming the alkali land hore. This is
dependent, however, on the aid the Coun
ty Commissioners give tho project.
v NO CLUE TO THE ROBBERS.
Hen Fbllo-wcd, but Not the Right
Ones "Water Expert Investigat
ing Life Insuxancos.
(Special to Tho Tribune.)
MODENA. Utah, Feb. K. No cluo has
yet been obtained to tho bandits who held
up the fifteen laborers of the San Pedro,
Los Angeles & Salt Lako railroad at Call
cntes on Tuesday morning. Sheriff John
eon of Lincoln county. Nevada, followed,
th men who loft Callentcs Wednesday on
a freight train as far as Mllford. but after
questioning them, he was satlallcd thpy
wore not tho robbers. The Mexican, who
wns the heaviest loser. Is now at Callentcs
with Sheriff Johnson. Three of tho victims
of tho hold-up passed through Modena yes
terday morning, walking. They wero
without funds and were bound north.
A WATER EXPERT.
N II Durton of tho hydrogrnphlc- divi
sion of thn United States geological sur
vev Is looking into the water resources of
Modena and thla portion of Iron county
with a vlow of ascertaining tho available
wuter supply. This Investigation la fOr tho
Irrigation Commission, who have In view
tho possible watering of the dosort lands,
and Is vcrv thorough, covering color, odor,
taste, and temperature as woll as a com
plete analysis as to the softncsB and hard
ies, It will also bo ascertained whether
tho wator Is salty alkallno and whether It
contains gas, iron, sulphur or other mln-
Vral LIVELY INSURANCE.
Modena may not bo blessed with a large
copulation, and it may not be tho Hwlft
?at town in tho State, but It atands to tho
credit of a Salt Lake Life Insurance man.
representing a Pennsylvania company of
writing cloven policies here in ono day.
McCoy's livery stable for carriages
and Usht livery. Telephone SI.
There wore no fatalities though there
were several narrow escapes nnd numer
ous persons wero moro or less hurt.
Tho storm reached Its climax at tho
house of T II, Starbuck. an oldor of the
Advcntlst church, which wbb wrecked.
Htnrbuclt, who was In the bathroom at tho
time, was saved from death by his bath
tub, which prevented falling timbers from
reaching him. His wife and daughter, who
wore In tho kitchen, were nrotccted In a
similar manner by tho cookstovc. Thu
wind prdstraled the telephone and electric
light wires and several Incipient blnzea
were started by their bocomlng crossed.
A BAD VINEYARD CASE.
Wilford Holdaway, Newly Married,
Charged With Illicit Relations
Larcenista Plead Guilty.
(Special to The Tribune )
PROVO, Feb. 26. Wilford Holdaway of
Vineyard was yesterday arrested on a
complaint charging him with fornication
with Vina Clegg, also of Vineyard. Hold
away Is 17 years of age, and was married
this week to a young lady of Salt Lake
City Tho Clcgg girl is 19 years old. The
defendnnt was taken before Justice of tho
Pence Blake nnd furnished bonds for his
appearance for hearing.
Judge Booth has granted a divorce to
Elvira Jlnklns from R, W. Jinklns, on tho
ground of failure lo piovldc. Tho plaintiff
was awarded tho custody of tho minor
children nnd ?20 per couth alimony.
Tho Provo Board of Education has pur
chased from Mnry Swurthout a piece of
ground In block 11C. plat A. The land ad
Joins tho Tlmpanogos school and Is pur
chasrd for campus purposes. The con
sideration Is. 3300. The commllteo on
buildings and grounds of the bonrd has
been Instructed to select a site for tho
erection of a central school building. Tho
board finds that they nro becoming crowd
ed for room.
As soon ns the weather will permit work
will be commenced on the new building for
tho B. Y. university,,
Paris Ballard of Tucker, who was arrest
ed with Will Potter on tho charge of ex
tortion, has been released from the county
Jail, having furnished the necessary bond.
Robert, William and Ernest Pack nnd
Thomas Holsmor of Kamas aro visiting
friends In Provo and elsewhere In Utah
John M. Wilson has purchased the sa
loon business of Bowcn Bros, and will taho
charge on Monday .nornlng next. Bert
and William Bowen havo takon a contract
to work soma gllsonlto properties of the
Raven Mining company.
Henry Neville and Joseph Sims, the two
men arrested at Colton for stealing cloth
ing from the hotel at which thoy were
stopping, today entered picas of guilty to
tho chargo of petit larceny. Justice Noon,
after hearing tholr statements, sentenced
each to pay a line of ?50 or thirty days In
thu county Jail.
THE UPPER WEBER FLOODS.
Bridges Threatened but Saved With
Dynamite A Now Reservoir
Bank for Coalville.
(Special to Tho Tribune.)
COALVILLE, Feb. 2o An ice Jam in
the Weber river at tho upper Hoytsvllle
brldgo last night camo near resulting In
the brldgo being washed away. The .
weather the past week has been very
wnrm and spring like and the snow !-nd
lco havo melted fast; the ground being
frozen so hard all the water ran off.
causing 'tho Wober river to rlso beyond
Its banks. At tho above bridge the ice
was jammed In so tight tho water could
not get through, and had not County
Commissioner Malln and several other
men, with the aid of dynamite, worked
hard the bridge would havo been washed
out. Two shots were put in and the Ice
given n start, so that no damage was
done. The bridge at Hcncfer. nlni miles
below here, was also threatened, but by
prompt work It was saved. Tho river
has done considerable damage In several
places along Its courso whero It haa riecn
above Its banks.
I. A. Benton, a civil engineer of Salt
Lake Cltv. camo out yesterday and with
a gang of men commenced work on the
reservoir elte of the Weber Reservoir,
Power and Irrigation company, about ono
mile this side of Echo. This site waa
surveyed some weeks ago. and if a res
ervoir is built there it will necessitate
the removal of the railroad up on tho
hillside. Ths first 3iirvcy made by tho
engineers was not satisfactory to tho
l-allroad. and a new lino Is now being run
for their benefit. It Is claimed that this
site is ono of tho beat locations In the
State for a reservoir and It now looks nB
though a large dam will be built there In
the near future. The reservoir company
has had men at work all winter on a
dam in Lost creek, Morgan county, end
If the people will take hold of the pro
ject it will not be many years beforo
thcro will bo two of tho best reservoirs
In tho country built
A BANK FOR COALVILLE.
Somo three months ago a movement
wns 3tarted In Coalville to establish a
bank, and tho matter had gone so far
that several of the moneyed rucn In tho
county had raised enough money to stnrt
the cntcn?rlse, In connection with the
Dcseret National bank of Salt Lake. A
number of other men got togother and
thought It best to establish a national
bank and try and get the people of the
countv to take all tho stock In tho en
terprise, so that they would bo the ones
to get the benefit of the same. Accord
ingly a committee consisting of George
W Young, J. B. Rhcad and John Pas
ketl were appointed to make a canvas3
of the county and sec how much stock
the people would take. Yesterday thoy
reported that they had secured about
jlo.tOO and they still had several men of
means to sec. So that It seems an as
sured fact that a bank will be estab
lished In Coalville before many months,
A bank Is something that our city has
needed for a long time, and thero Is no
reason why It would not be a good pay
ing proposition. A great ninny of1 the
people in the county are now doing their
banking with Salt Lake and Ogdcn con
cerns, and all this money could Just as
well bo used throuch a bank here.
FUNERAL OF MR. WALTERS.
The Unfortunate Man Accidentally
Killed at Mercur.
(Special to Tho Tribune.)'
WELLS VI LLE, P'ob. 2C Funeral ser
vices over tho remalna of William P. Wal
ters, who met his death In such a tragic
manner a fow days ago at Mercur, wore
hold hore yesterday, the largo meeting
house being packed full of mourners and
sympathizers with tho deceased young
man's family. Addresses of a consolatory
nature wero dellvnrod by Bishop W. H.
Mauijhan. Bishop E. R Owen. Dr. Phil
lips "and others. Mr. Walter was very
highly esteemed and respected in tills
place and his Htiddn death In such a man
ner han cast a gloom over the community.
Robert BradEhnw. Wlllard Parker, Jr.,
and Gcorgo Hanlam of thla ward have juat
loft for missions to Great Britain and Ger
many. Before leaving thoy were each tho
recipient of a purse containing 3117, a dona
tion from the cltizonB of Wellsvllle. In all
flfly-nvo missionaries have liow left thla
ward and each on hln departure 1ms ro
ce.lvcd over a hundred dollars, a record
which ia probably not exceeded by any
ward In tho church of Jesuo Christ of
I PARK CITY !
i TRIBUNE BUREAU, I
SURPRISED AT THE PARK
Julius Frankel Was HarJpily Visited
Mrs. Charles Martin ns Hostess
PARK CITY. Feb. 2.C.-Jullus Frankel
was tho recipient last evening of a very
happy surprlso from a party of friends.
About twenty were present. "Slxty-thrco"
wa3 one of tho features of the evening,
the prize winners being: Ladies' first
prize, Mr3, C. A. Blocker; second. Mrs.
Charles Heath; men'a first prize, Charles
Shields; second, E. J. Bcggs.
Mrs. Charles Martin was tho hostess
tho other night of a very brilliant nnd
successful dancing party given at her
residence in Ontario canyon. Seventy
guests wero present and an elaborate
banquet was enjoyed.
NOTE AND PERSONAL.
William Watera left for Spanish Fork
Inst evening, whore ho will Join John Mc
Donuld as a partner In the men's fur
nishing buslncsH there.
Prof. W. P. Janncy lef U for Zlon yester
day. Shorman Fargo visited tho capital last
Mrs. Tec Wright and children went
down to Salt Lako yesterday.
John Carter was on tho outgoing train
George N. Keel of tho Little Bell re
turned to camp today.
C. L, Rood was back to camp today
Nell Mclbaacs. formerly of the J. 1. C
returned from Salt Lake this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Dnvles wero among tho
arrivals this morning from Suit "Lake,
John Barton arrived from Zlon today.
James Waters returned from Provo to
day, whero he has been to sec his father,
who was suffering from Illness.
Rev. Aubrey returned from Salt Lake
Mrs. Carrlo Sutton returned from Provo
toduy, where she has been attending the
funeral or her sister.
Mrs. W. Dinnls was among this morn
ing's arrivals from, Salt Lake.
Mrs. Fred Simon was up from Salt
Lako today for a visit with friends In
Mrs J. W, Buck returned from tho cap
ital Ihls morning.
Victor Lclcter was among this morn
START FOR WASHINGTON,
Witnesses From Logan in the Smoot
Case Depart The New Logan
(Special to The Tribune.)
I LOGAN, Feb. 20. President Alma Mer
rill of Benson stake, Bishop and Repre
sentative Thomas H. Men-Ill and Charles
E. Merrill of Richmond wero on the
southbound train this morning en route
lo Washington, D. C, In obedience to
summons served by United States Marshal
R. B. Heywood to appear as witnesses In
tho Smoot case. Apo'stlo Merrill and Hon.
Moses Thatcher, who wero also sum
moned, wero 111, and unable to go.
Horace Kerr, son of President Kerr of
the Agricultural college, la seriously ill
with pneumonia and acute inflammation
of tho bowels. He was taken sick a week
ago last Monday and slnco Friday last has
been In a critical condition. Yesterday ho
took a slight turn for tho better, and those.
In charge of the caso are hopeful and
think that with careful nursing he will
Mr. Joseph Odcll lately returned from a
trip to Salt Lake and Provo. Upon his re
turn he found his commission as postmas
ter of Logan City awaiting him. The ef
fects of tho office will be turned over on
tho 2Jth instant and the new postmaster
will aeaumo control on tho 1st of March.
No change In the personnel of tho office
forco Is expected, nil being In tho civil ser
vice but tho assistant postmaster, and Mr.
Squires, tho present assistant, will In all
probability be retained.
The all-absorbing topic on the ctrcets Is
the question aa to who will be the mana
ger of the electric light plant. The candi
dates aro all active and tho tight Is wax
ing warm. Mr. Ricks appears to bo In the
lead, and If a Logan man Is chosen unless
something unforsecn occurs ho will surely
land It. Mr. Martlneau Is working hla
case hard, and will leave no stone un
turned In his fight for the position, but It
is ,'enorally conceded that he will not be
successful In landing.
WASHINGTON DAY EXECISES
A Fine Programme Rendered at the'
Washington School, at Spring
ville. (Special to Tho Tribune.)
SPRING VI LLE, Feb. 20. Friday after
noon tho faculty and pupils of Ihe Wash
ington school, under the direction of Su
perintendent Eggertsen. gave a splendid
Washington programmo In tho school's
In tho ovcnlng tho faculty gnvo a pro
grammo at tho Washington that waa wit
nessed by a largo and delighted audience.
Principal Justesen acted as master of
ceremonies. Prof. Roylanco and company
sang for the opening piece "Washington
Principal S. P. Eggertsen ,of the Provo
schools delivered the address of tho even
ing, being an eloquent tribute to the genius
of tho Revolution, aa boy, youth nnd man
Miss Lois Melville executed a piano olo
in a charm Inc manrer.
President Mnnwaring of the Bonneville
claes of '01 made a short address. In
which his class promised to present a bust
Willis K, Johnson, Jr., sang "Tho Sword
of Bunker Hill" In a manner to make the
Superintendent Eggertsen mado a short
address, with appropriate metaphor.
Principal Justesen mudo the concluding
remarks, In which he paid a glowing trib
ute to tho name of tho "Father of his
Tho "Mt Vernon Bella" were delightful
ly rendered by tho singers.
A sumiluou3 repast v. as spread In an
adjoining room by tho lady teachers,
whero they and a score of guests spent a
merry hour feasting, tonstlng and reply
ing. After nearly nil had spoken tho com
pany sang "The Star-Spangled Banner,"
and closed a most pleasant evening.
ATTORNEY FATALLY SHOT
BY A MERCHANT
BUFFALO. N. Y., Feb. 26. Henry L,
Schwartz of Baker & Schwartz, attor
neya, waa shot and isrobubly fatally
wounded at hla private ofllce in the Ma
rine Bank building today by IT A.
Knowles of the dry goods firm of Gard
uer &. Knowles.
Knowles. after holding the police at
bay for a few moments, blew his brains
The crime Is believed to have been the
result of business complications.
PLUNGES 160 FEET
TO FRIGHTFUL DEATH
Collapse of Scaffold in Chicago's New
PostofBcG Building Results in
Fatality to One.
CHICAGO, Feb. 2C One . man was
killed, another was probably la tally in
jured and a scoro of other workmen were
barely saved from being crushed beneath
a large scaffold which collapsed thla af
ternoon in the center of the new postofflco
The scaffold was built from the main
floor of the building directly beneath Its
dome to tho tenth floor, a distance of 1G0
Thlrt-flvc men were working about the
dome at the time of tho accident and for
a time It was though, nearly half this
number had been killed by the falling
timbers, but all escaped with the excep
tion of two plasterers, James Byron and
Byron was working In the center of the
scaffold when It gave way, fell to the
main floor of the building and was In
stantly killed. McBrido, who was work
ing with Byron, also fell with tho scaf
folding, but he caught ono of the floora
as ho fell and thus saved his life, al
though he woi? severely Injured.
Hulley has but 000 feet of serviceable
Henry N Bowrlng has come from Brig
ham City to Salt Lake to reside here.
Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Brennan of Hulley
have returned from a trip to California
A reward of $1M Is offered at llnlley for
the arrest -and conviction of a dog poisoner
Miss Nellie Jones of Spanish Fork, who
broke her leg about three weeks ago, la
getting along nicely.
William T. Mathews, who has been In
a hospital here for some time, has re
turned to Pocatello, restored to health.
Miss Kato Richardson and Mrs, W. C
Poterson have come to Salt Lako from
Pocatello to sec Mrs. H. J. Peterson, who
la In n hospital hero.
Miss Nina Bean and Miss Mnrgaret
Thurman of Lehl left Liverpool on the ISth
on their trip homo, after spending two
years in Great Britain as missionaries,
Dr. E. A. Rich has secured the residence
of Mrs. Christina Hatnson at Brigham
City nnd Is titling It up for a hospital.
Mrs. Hamson has been engaged as matron
and Mrs. Dean Jeppson as nurse.
John C. Thompson of Brigham Cltj.
who slipped on Ice a short time ngo and
broko his ankle, died on Monday of heart
disease. Ho and his wife were alone when
he complained of feeling 111 and while she
wont to a neighbor to get help he passed
Tho house of Mrs. Holtman at Halloy
was found to be on fire while she wus
absent, but tho flro waa easily extin
guished. The Times states that Mrs. Holt
man sold that somo enemy had set the
fire and she added: "I don't want to live.
I wish I was dead."
The Spanish Fork Press has this account
of a queer affair; "Whllo sitting on a chair
in J. B. Hughes's burber nhop last Sat
urday night tho stovo plpo fell, a joint
of which struck Eugene Mllener on the
nose, cutting through to the right nostril.
Tho accident was quite painful."
Tho Kanosh correspondent of tho Fill
moro Progress-Review says- "As an evi
dence of advancing civilization amongst
out Indians a young rcdman camo into
tho Cash store and Inquired of tho clerk
for a pair of baby's stockings and a nipple
for a nursing bottle, neither of which arti
cles could bo furnished him. Surely our
progressive mcrchunts ought to kcop step
with Poor Ix).''
Nineteen hundred tons of plaster were
lost at Laramie during n heavy wind
storm. One entire end of the plaster mill,
located near tho outskirts of the town,
was blown off, exposing the contents of
an Immense bin containing the amount of
plaster above stated. The plaster woa as
lino as powder and Immediately the wind
picked up a vast cloud of It. the powder
ll'.llng the air to a great height, and, as
succeeding gusts got in their work, en
tirely obscuring the landscapo to tho east
of the city. Repairs could not be effected
during the evening and as long aa tho bin
contained plaster the white cloud con
tinued to spread away from tho city. The
following morning for miles tho country
looked as though a fall of snow had occurred.
AUSTRIA TO INTERVENE
I IN BALKAN TROUBLES
BERLIN. Feb. 2G. Austria. It Is as
serted, expects to Intervcno in tho Bal
kans in co-operation with Russia
Orders are reported to have been Is
sued to prepare for the mobilization of
the army. Commanders of 'the army
corps have been told to grant no leave
to officers, horses liable to requisition
have been called in and military rail
way and transport ofllcers have been
The Austrian Embassador in Berlin,
while dining with the Kaiser, received
a telegram summoning him to Vienna
to confer with the Foreign Minister.
He will at once leave for Vienna,
where, it was explained, the terms of
the Austro-German commercial treaty
will be discussed.
Eat Royal bread. It la pure and
wholesome Sold everywhere.
ROUGH HOUSE IN A
MINING CAMP SALOON
(Special to Tho Tribune.)
WE1SER. Ida.. Feb. 25. A letter re
ceived In this city last evening from
Black Lake, a mining camp In the Rapid
River district, about K miles from Welsor.
brings the news of a lively tight that took
place In a saloon thero the first of the
During the melee a man named Anscn
was cut In the back with an axe by a
miner named Enstall. and "Nick" Klas
san, tho saloonkeeper, had two or three
Anscn was taken to his cabin, but got
out the noxt day and went to tho saloon,
where he encountered Enstall. and beat
him until he was pulled off by bystanders,
No arrests have been made or warrants
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1 154 Main 154 Main j
I SPRING I
If Swell New York tops, whip-
H cords and fancy cheviots, tan, -j
H fancy mixtures, gray shades, S
H priced $15 to $25.
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m black and gray shades, silk and H
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PORTLAND CE7iTENT, j
fj LUMBER COAL.
Burton Coal & Lumber Co.
I Yard and office, 3G3 W. Fifth Sonth. !
i Up-town office. 55 W. Second South. '
ft Telephone EOS.
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Office Tel., 1120-Y. Rea. 10S0-Y. 9
SDesky's Big Sale!
205 So. Main and 10 East Sec- 3
ond South. I
A. Diamonds .
I This is Ladies' Year,
and wc have a splendid
assortment of dainty jew
elry such as gentlemen E
a would be gratified to re-
ceive from their fair
LYON & CO., 143 Main St
F (T A THING OF W.
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Terms: $1.00 on S10.CO; $10.00 on $100.00
I. X. L. Furniture & Carpet In
P A. Sorensen, Prop. S E. 2nd So.
It's the Salt
azgzr Lake Stamp
IpHrejjptK That Makes
lsggSHSS Salt Lake City.
J PICTURc FRAMING 1,
I at Popular Prices. j
; American Wail Paper Co.
j 6 E. THIRD SOUTH, j,
all flour i j i
i . LOOKS ALIKE i
But there Is a vast difference In j II
I quality. The standard quality In E
H the Intcn--Mountain States Is fixed H jH
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For Biliousness, Constipation, V
H Sick Headache and all 'Liver Ij i
I Complaints. gs
I DEPENDABLE DRUGS i
ID AYTON I I
I Drag Company i H
P Telephone 27o. C-r'2. H 1
S Cor. State and Second South. Sts. S
Scott's 5antaI-Pepsin Capsules j H
jf A (POSITIVE CURE , .
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pnl ri SidDCTi. N ur ao IH
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fojK - n atatlr th trorat a i ot IH
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F. J. HTLIj DRUG CO.. Salt Lako City. ( jH
ESTABLISHED 1670. '
JOHN BTT052LE & SOU, i
Popular Tailors. j! ( H
235 SO. TiTATN ST. j
O. Box 682. Salt Lako Clt$ j jH
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& that you want to help your cyca J H
1 with. Of course, you can't buy Q 1 1
5 that kind anywhere; they are only Sj IH
i to bo found at tho skilled optician's 1 ,
shop. Wc claim to be experts and E H
i would like to convince, you with a I
g pair of monoy-bacic glares. Call IH
!M nna havo your eyes examined. 9 IH
RDSQMEG'S OPTICAL PABL025 H
73 West First South St. I
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Elk Liquor Co., !
Salt Lako Agents for 1
Li W1L J. LEMP BEEWTNQ CO.'S 3
EL Louis Draught and R '
I Bottled Beer. H ;
'Phono 3065-X. Corner Stata 8 ' '
l and First South. flU '
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DR. C. W. HIGGINS , H
Has ono of tho very latest X-P.ay rnd It
Electrical Machines In hla offlco. i H
Eleotrlc Baths and all of the very latess li IH
treatments given, in the most ctenUHc; IH
manner. , H
SALT LAKE '
Microscopic Medical Institute) '
0. W. Hifjgins, M. D., Mgr. and Prop,' '(
ST. ELMO HOTEL, t'.l
Corner Slain, and Third Soutfe. r'H
lias practiced In Salt Lako City foV twen
ty-llvo ycai-s, nnd the ;ondcrful and woll- ( IH
eslablUlied cures he hu.s effected In that H
time provo the scientific principles on t H
which his medicines aro compounded. flH
, Forming diagnosis by tho aid of the ml- f H
; croscopo enables him to detect the prl-
Imary causo of dlsesisos and effect &
radical cure. The doctor has cured thou- IH
snnda of enscs of f IH
Nervous Debility, Mental and Phyei- H
cal Weakness and Nervous
Prostration. t M
And will forfeit $00 for any case taken 1
under lUs treatment which h fails to i 1 IH
All classes of prlvato diseases cured and ' ' IH
all old, lingering dlseanf, which vltlat IH
the blood and Impair thn system, thor- I H
ou?hly and permanently cured. Liver and H
kidney complaint cured. All classes of IH
fits cured. T;ueworm removed -with head H
or no pay. Ofllco hours, 10 to 3 -.30 and 7 to H
Pleaae eend for a list of questions ta H
i D.r, Q. W, HlGJlns, salt Lako City, Vtah, 1