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! ' Tub Salt Iakg Trtbotte; Wednesday Mobnestg-, LIajrch 16, 1904. n
I RJRLE AND REVOLVER
1 v ' RULE IN TELLPDE
Citizens March Nearly 100 Union TVTU
ziers and Citizens to Depot
lH and Ship Them-
n it? TELLURIDE, Colo.. March 15. One
-undred members of the Citizens' alll-
H JL; I ance, after a meeting last night, armed
Wijfji j with "Winchesters and revolvers..
Uf ijC scoured the town and took Into cus-
Wf T , tody between seventy and eighty union
a' Jk men an( sympathizers. In somo ln-
m A J Rtanccs doors to dwelllnc-houses were
9 forced and broken open. The men woro
w JBt3 herded In a vacant storeroom until 3
I o'clock this morning, and when all
I Hr. j thoae deRlrod had been captured, they
1 P' were marched to the depot and loaded
LB j Into two coaches. As tho special train
njjH ' doparted the Cltlzenfl' alliance fired vol-
IK leys of Phots In tho air.
Hp. A. H. Ploaton. a former Alderman,
Hi nnd proprietor of the larjrent store In
' Tollurlde. Is one of tho victims. Tho
Hi Irnob bdttemd down tho door of hl
19 j houso and, as he resisted, he was struck
El i over the head and forced Into submls-
elon. Mr. Floaton Is a leader of tho
E'H i Socialist party. Another of thoso
lhB ' ovlctod is Stewart B. Forbes, eocrctary-
W ' treasurer of tho Tellurldo Miners'
MlEl PUEBLO, Colo.. March 15. Chris
toUVE Evans, financial agent of tho United
t XNti Mine-Workers, who was assaulted yea
rn llni? terday near Trinidad, today gave tho
' f Bl authorities a clue which they are In
vostlratlng, In the form of an anony
... j IN mous letter sent to William Wardjon,
0? V '.national organizer. Mr. Evans and
m.' L.W c piers, warning him and the other of
WJVia flclals to leavo the camp within two
JHTf1 The letter also referred to "Mother"
L f I tfoncs and was signed "33."
S H No attention was paid to It at "tho
i M tlmo, but Mr. Evans now thinks it a
M' I part of a well-formed plot to kill tho
1 Bears tho The Kind You Hava Alv.ay-3 Boughl
KrJ HIGH HONOR PAID
W RICHARD C. KERENS
r 'Him Special to Tho Tribune.
W vl 'NOTRE DAME, Ind.. March 15. The
J ilU medal, the highest expression of esteem
'1 1 within the gift of Notre Dame unlver-
1 slty and annually bestowed on some
American lay Catholic for moral excel-
1 j lence, civic worth and distinguished
service to humanity, la this year con-
Hjl ferred on Richard C. Kerens of St.
Hffl The Catholic public of America is
HI pretty well acquainted with the lnstl-
KHif!H tiitlon and significance of the Laetare
PWJ J -r metfal. Its Inception two decades ago
krP maj8e trac?d to "the Golden Rose," a
Vi( j giftyAJsased by the Pope .on the mid-
- fWfl Sunday of Lent, or Laetare Sunday,
IT and usually presented to a member of
Y royalty In recognition of the recipient's
LaV. i extraordinary virtue, piety and phllan-
li vdi-" The medal Itself 19 of solid sold, of ex-
Iff I 1 qulslte workmanship and bears on one
J-aM Bide the Inscription, "Magna est Veritas
IJ:V'? et praevaleblt." and on the other side
ttl $ lhe recipient's name and that of the
fir, university. In an accompanying ad-
f J, j ;. dress, artistically framed and printed
'VI on sllk' the reasons are set forth for the
V) V S Mr- Kerens has given large contrlbu-
V, V fl tions to the Catholic churches.
yAUtir hospitals and schools in St. Louis and
BV; eewhere. to the Catholic university
Mj and the St. Louis university. In all he
K J has donated for charitable and religious
H f purposes princely sums.
I Attention, Comrades!
V.y letter received of recent date from
our honorable Senator, Thomas
Karns, Washington, D. C, U. S. A
he says in regard to his bill before a
Senate committee for the pensioning of
Indian war veterans of Utah that the
committee wants to know the number
of smvlvors of the Provo war of 1850
the Atlker war of 1S53 and the Tlntlc
disturbances of 1556. So It will be neces
sary ft-r each post In the State to meet
and make rolls of the survivors who
can make ample proof of thirtv days'
sorvjees In any or all three of the wars
menl'rned above and send the rolls
properly attested, to Senator Kearns'
Washington, D. C, as be wishes them
to cresent to the committee. Corn
radec, attend to this matter.
Adjutant Utah Company Association
Indian War Veterans.
I? Hi It delivery of the Tribune la IrrcKulnr
If JH Please mako complaint to off.'ce.l33 South
If ' fill' St TempI, sL or u,,lhono Z0 uia
If AT HOME ONCE 3I0BE.
jj In out new warerooms at 51 and 53
R' South Main street. Our lino of pianos
fj and organs is second to none in Utah.
U Our prlceB arc right and termB easy!
k Our latchetrlng is always ouL Van-
, pant and Chamberlain, 51 and 53 South
jjl Main streeU
! MORMONS PROSPER IN
STATE OF CHIHUAHUA
Bpcclnl to The Tribune.
CITY OF MEXICO, March 15. The
Mormon colonists in Mexico are prov
ing successful. During the year 1903
the Income of each head of a family
among the colonists In the State of
Chihuahua averaged 51000. There arc
about 4000 colonists In that State. Re
cently a number of families from Utah
I Joined the new Mormon colony, in the
municipality of Cardenas, nenr the Grl
' Jalva river, State of Tubasco, and many
i more families are expected before the
end of the year. Tabasco Is one of the
richest sections of the republic, but so
far It has been developed only to a very
limited extent. Plans are being made
for the colonization of 2000 Spanish
families In that State.
j "Well Again.
r i ne many frlends oC John Blount will
TTU be' pleased to learn that he has entirely
I ' '"t recovered from hid attack of rhcuma-
JsZm Bm Chamberlain's Pain Balm cured
him after the best doctors In the town
I (Monn Ind.) had failed to give relief.
Ift a Promnt rcl'cf from pain which this
vi jM liniment affords Is alone worth many
times lis cost. All druggists.
BRISTOW IS BEING
For Charges Against Congressmen, Say the Latter-Demanding:
s Removal and Wanting to See
What Will Bz Done.
CHICAGO, March 15. All of the
Chicago newspapers, either editorially
or through their Washington corre
spondents, are giving much attention
to the Brlstow report, which besmirches
about one-half of the men in Congress
In connection with Postofflce depart
ment affairs. All of them predict the
speedy retirement of Fourth Assistant
Postmaster-General Brlstow, who Is
held directly responsible for the re
port, In spite of his efforts to shift It
upon clerics of the department. They
contend that, Inasmuch as Brlstow has
from the beginning had charge of the
postofflce investigations, and tho re
port bears his official signature, he
should not be permitted to get out of
the responsibility. The Record-Herald's
Washington correspondent says:
The most Intense feeling against the
President, Postmaster-General Payne
and Fourth Assistant Postmaster-General
Brlstow was shown by Republi
cans as well as by Democrats on the
floor, and the Instant dismissal of
Payne and Brlstow was demanded by
several speakers, among them some of
the leading Republicans of the lower
Tho excitement reached its height
when William Alden Smith of Michi
gan dramatically eulogized the great
ness of the House of Representatives,
which had been assailed by the execu
tive branch of the Government, and
closed by naming a candidate for the
Republican party for President of the
United States. "A candidate who would
be a foe to corruption, the great man
i. iv ikw 6icii iini ;guia ui ins ine
to the service of tho country Speaker
Joseph G. Cannon of Illinois'."
GETTING AFTER BRISTOW.
There Is the more eagerness to see
what the President will do with the
advice which his friends are giving
him to throw Payne and Brlstow over
board and save himself. It became
known tonight that the President ha
under consideration a suggestion to re
organize the Postofflce department by
asking for the resignations of both
Payne and Brlstow, and perhaps other
prominent officials of that department.
Brlstow, they said, was a fool, but
they did not believe that Brlstow had
made this play entirely off his own bat.
They could not conceive It possible that
a subordinate would have taken the
responsibility without consulting the
Postmaster-General, and they assumed
that Mr. Payne had received the sanc
tion of the President to send the re
port to the House.
CANNON'S NAME APPLAUDED.
Hence, when Mr. Smith had glorified
the House properly as a "buffer state"
which stood between the people and the
President, which was the representative
of the people, the only men for whom
the people voted directly, and wound
up by nominating Speaker Cannon for
the Presidency, there was a burst of
applause such as the House has not
heard for many a long day.
Speaker Cannon bent his head down
so iow that his face nearly touched the
desk, and no one could see whether this
spontaneous nomination caused him
pleasure or surprise. He allowed the
applause to continue unchecked for a
minute or two, and then he began to
pound for order. This was the signal
for renewed applause and a round or
cheers which he was unable to sup
press, and It was only when the House
became tired that order was restored.
What the members want Is Brlstow's
scalp. They want, In the language of
the West, to skin him and hang his
pelt on their back fence. They want
to show that Mr. Brlstow is several
kinds of a deep-dyed villain and to force
the President to dismiss him.
Every man whose name is on the list
already sees himself defeated for re
'ncmlnation, or, if not defeated, with
entirely too much explaining to do to
make his summer one of unalloyed en
joyment TO REORGANIZE DEPARTMENT.
President Roosevelt has been urged
by a number of his most valued ad
vlier8 to Improve this opportunity to
Infuse new blood and greater executive
vigor Into that most Important branch
of the Government. It Is apparent to
everyone that what the Postotllce de
partment most needs at the present
juncture Is a strong and masterful head
and chiefs of divisions who will have
the confidence of Congress and of the
country. The administrative difficul
ties In that department aro such as to
demand both mental and physical vigor.
The President has none but the kind
liest and most affectionate feelings for
Mr. Payne and hesitates to take sum
mary action. Yet tho closo friends of
the President make no secret of the fact
that Mr. Roosevelt would be pleased If
Mr. Payno wero to take advantage of
this opportunity and tender his resig
nation from the Cabinet.
THE RESPONSIBLE OFFICIAL,
Mr. Brlstow's case Is somewhat dif
ferent. Tho report which bears his
name and which tho House has decided
to investigate by means of a special
committee, ho personally did not have
much to do with. But the original
trouble started with Brlstow. He de
clared months ago, in effect, that mem
bers of Congress had been guilty of
wrongdoing In urging the department
to Increase clerk and rental allowances,
and this statement of hlH led Hay of
Virginia, a Democratic member, to In
troduce a revolution of Inquiry.
Inasmuch as the inquiry was begun
ns a result of his declarations, It
naturally devolved upon Brlstow to see
that the Information asked for was fur
nished in proper form That ho did
give the first orders for preparation of
the data Is not denied. It was his duty,
therefore, his crltlca argue, to have fol
lowed tho matter up to the end They
say If he Is able to go to his office and
to the White Houwe when Bent for, he
must be able to revise a report pre
pared by his subordinates at his direc
tion. Brlstow disavows renponslblllty
for tho colossal blunder. Payne per
sonally had nothing to do with It.
DEMAND BRISTOW'S REMOVAL,
Judge Jenkins of Wisconsin declared
in the House this afternoon that Presi
dent Roosevelt should remove Fourth
Astlstant PoHtmnster-Gencral Brlstow
beCore sundown, and this statement was
applauded loudly on the floor.
Congressmen contend that, after tho
feeling that has been stirred up by this
blunder, Senators nnd Representatives
will not be content to havo Brlstow re
main as Fourth Assistant Postmaster
General or acting Postmaster-General,
or whatever he is. They will not want
to do business with a man who mado
Indefinite charges against them and
then, when those charges were reduced
to an Idiotic lndeflnltcness under his di
rection and authority, disclaims all re
sponsibility for what was done.
FROM A DEMOCRATIC VIEW.
The Chronicle's Washington corre
spondent says: "Had the people of the
United States left the seleotlon of a
candidate for President with their Rep
resentatives In the House, today.
Speaker Cannon would now be the
unanimous choice. Republicans were
Joined by Democrats in one of the most
Impressive outbursts of enthusiasm ever
witnessed In the chamber. Crowds In
the galleries helped Increase the tumult
that reigned for a time."
The Washington correspondent of the
Inter Ocean (Administration organ)
says: "Members of Congress arc
wrought to a high pitch of outraged
feeling over the over-zealous work of
postofflce Inspectors. The President
and his advlBers are very much con
cerned over the situation. It Is begin
ning to be realized that the Brlstow re
port has created a situation which,
through the possibilities of distortion,
may become very ugly In the next cam
paign. "An additional cause for anxiety in
the minds of the President and his ad
visers is the imminence of a breach be
tween the legislative branch and an ex
ecutive arm of the Government. There
Is no question that In tho present tem
per of members of tho House and Sen
ate, there Is grave danger of friction
between Congress and one of the most
important of tho executlvo departments.
Through tho plato-glas3 of the
Uoro-wlndow shoos look much alike.
In actual use, however, thoy must
. speak for themselves. It Is ia com
i fort and wear that Crossott Shoeo be
YOUJt dealer decs not keep them,
tcrite mc. I tctll tell you icho does.
LEWIS A. CROSSETT, Inc.
.SOUTH AUINGTON. MASS.
EVERY BLADE WARRANTED
t Brass instruments, In fact every '
v kind of small Instrument of only
: the best and most reliable makes K
.j are sold here.
I WE'RE THE LEADLNG PIANO '
HOUSE IN THE STATE. S
ij AgentH for the Chase-Baker -j
fi Piano Player.
I Carstensen & Anson Co.
Temple of Music, t
74 MAIN ST. I
Wrinkles aro un
of malnutrition and
Inanition of tho
skin. Thcro 13 no
reason 'Jjy tno
and hands should
not be qs fine In
tcxturo as that
which tho clothing
conceals. Look at
the delicate akin
of your Inner arm nnd know that It la
posslblo to attain the snmo standard of
beauty for tho face, neck and hands.
DR. CHARLES FLESH FOOD
removes wrinkles llko magic, no matter
how deep the furrows. WE HAVE
THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONIALS.
ON SALE AT DEPARTMENT STORES
The regular prlco of Dr. Charles Flesh
Food Is $1.00 a box, but to Introduce It
Into thousand!! of new homes we have de
cided to send two (2) boxes to all who
nnswor this advertisement and send us
Jl 00. All packaged aro sont In plain
wrapper, postage prepaid.
1T TjT A sample box Just
Bi irk BC JC enough to convince you of
the great merit of Dr
CharlcB Flesh Food will be sont free for
10 cents, which pays for cost of mailing.
Wo will also aond you our Illustrated
book. "Art of Massage," which contains
all the proper movements for massaging
the face, neck and arms and full direc
tions for developing tho bust. Address
DR. CHARLES CO., 19 PARK PLACE,
Sold for 50 cents a box by
F. J. HXLI. DRUG CO., Salt Lake.
1 The Milk
I In the
I Cocoanut 1
Wo havo tho right kind of a
Jfc drug store.
IbS It is amply stocked with puro !
drugs and medicines and goods ji
(535' of high quality.
Wo aro prompt and accurato 4&
and give a courteous service. ''
rfjfe Our prices aro low, very low, Mk
8r considering high quality.
f That Ih "Tho Milk In tho A
Cocoanut" as to why you should
4Qk cono hero first, last and always,
I Druehl 4 FranRen,
w Southeast Corner Main and V
0 Third South Streets, Salt &i
Lake City. K
X AGENTS FOR LIGUOZONE.
1 GLASSES TO 8
FIT THE EYES 1
S Arc not obtained by chance A pair H
purchased from a street vendor or m
I a salesman in n store will never lit H
P your sight, and nro liable to cause
ffi considerable trouble. If you will u
9 call on Rushmcr and havo your i
F eyes scientifically examined for a ?
G pair of glasses, you are sure to bo ;
K properly fitted.
I RUSflMER'5 OPTICAL mini
U 73 West FIrct South St f
ty'M .1 11 fJ'U'i-i TOUNO. MTDDLE
Q f F?S 1 AGED AND ELDER
3 9 I "jJ " ,l LT. If you aro texual-
I I D iSi V 3 'y eak, no mattor
fi 1 R) 6fc3 N from what cauce; undo
S jyLjB.flJi S velopcd; have Btrlcturo.
3rftfrTT.-.LJ. varicocele, etc.. MY
PJs.Kl'-ECT APPLIANCE will euro you.
No drugs or electricity. 75.000 cured and
developod 10 DATS" TRIAL. Send for
free booklet. Sent scaled. Guaranteed.
Write today. R. C. Emmot, JSC Tabor
iTiock. Denver, Colo.
JJTAil Bt001NG''HrO COT- -5
COTTON f ELT Y L),
Bottor than any Eastern make. Will
cost 3 ou less money. Ask your doal
or for them. Look for our trade,
Utah Bedding & MTg Co,
Salt Lako City. Utah.
Dainty Boots for
238 and 240 ilain St., 'Phone 695
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for tho District of Utah.
In the matter of C. P Madscn, lnvol.
bankrupt. In bankruptcy No, 685.
To tho creditors of (J. P. Mudsen of Salt
Lake City. In tho county of Salt Lake, and
district aforesaid, a bankrupt,
Notlcp Is hereby given that on tho 7th
day of March, lfXM. tho said C; P. Mad
son was duly adjudicated bankrupt; and
that the first meeting of his creditors will
bo held at my office In tho Commercial
block. Salt Lako City, on the 2tJth day of
March, 1901, nt 10 o'clock In tho fdronoon, ,
at whlclv time the said creditors may at
tend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee,
examine tho bankrupt, and transact such
other business a may properly coma be
foro said mooting.
Referee In Bankruptcy,
Salt Lako City, March 15, 100L
j A SALE WITHIN A SALE CONTINUED I
Commencing at 2:30 O'Clock We Offer the Following Bargains: H
LAWN APRONS. SKIRTS. I
Ladies' Fine Lawn Aprons, tuck, insertion and ern- Cambric Skirts, wide umbrella flounces, trimmed
broidery hemmed. Very pretty and dressy and witti three rows of Torchon Insertion and Q Q
good values when sold by Lace House at j Q deep edge. Selling at 2.50 each OC
75c. For the hour C (One each to the Customer.)
(Two to Corner on,,.) CLOTHES BRUSHES.
BATTENBERG PATTERNS Large size, harwood polished backs, good bristle. IH
The largest line of Battenberg Patterns in A Extra good bargain at 30c. o 1
the city, and selling for 124c, 15c & 20c. .. 4C For the hour OC ,
(Two to Customer only.) l jH
CORSET WAISTS. STOCKS. I
Ladies' G. D. Corset Waists. The dollar quality in bristle. Extra good bargain at 30c , 7 j
Black, Drabs and White. r Pink' 25c each- For the hour. .. i . .,- ' .C j 1
For the hour C (Two t0 Customer only.)
(Only one to a Customer.) VEILINGS 1
SIDE COMBS , large line of Malines and Fancy Veilings, j -f ;
New novelt3', wTith Turqoise Blue Trimmings. A new and pretty. 25c and 35c quality. . ., C ! 1''H
purchase just before the failure to Q (One yell to a Customer.) '
sell for 35c , . C ; I'lH
VAPTVTQ HOSE 'j iljH
AixiNu Boy's' Heavy Stockings, black, fast colors and extra j
Imported Germantown Wool, Zephers, Saxonys and good wearing quality. Never sold for j Q jJ
Spanish Yarns, in 10c, 124c, loc and A less than 25c pair OC
20C duality ...i XL "TVc-n rktnra n n P.iiafrtmnn'l 1 il
These items are not old and shopworn goods, but good, clean stock. Every article is sold at a sac- JH
rifice to start the afternoon trade early. ,jH
Commencing Thursday morning the entire store will be rearranged. Tables will be placed down 'M
the aisles, and every table will hold a line of extraordinary bargains at slaughter prices. THE COM- J
PLETE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE IN THIS B ANKRUPT STOCK IS FROM TEN TO TWENTY f
PER CENT LOWER THAN ON OUR OPENING DAYr. j
WM. BARTLING, Proprietor. jfl
rf. Change Your Mat ! I m
0 Tq dn't give new ones for old, but we do give the best I
j i$Z0& t) values for your money. I
' " r ?'JJ The new shapes have arrived and we see that they be- I
! 4 come you. I
1 hu There are none so good as STETSON'S. I jH
fM9 Have you ever tried FEATHER'WEIGHT FLEX- I
I ' Stetson Stiff Hat, $4.00 I ; I
' SiegeFs, - $3.00 J
- 3 ' ' I i I
I Any sick pcroon who has never used
Uquoruiio blJuld wrlto the Liquid
Ozono Co., Wnbnsh ave., Chl-
enco. Thoy will send you an oruor on
your druj;Klnt for a 50-cent bottle free,
If you will slutu tho dl.scnBo to bo
treated 2-H. G. F. E. g
macaws-" nvj' V.i.'.'rrvay-r j im.' jimkmw,
JOHN BUCKLE & SON,
235 SO. MAIN" ST.
P. O. Box 682. Suit Lako City.
New YorK Dental Parlors
Rooms 2, S, i Eaclo Blk., 71 W. 2nd Eo,
Teeth Extracted Without Palo,
Modern Dentistry, Bast Work, lowest
m-lcou. CROWNINO AND BRIDQINQ
tBBTH A SPECLAi,XX.
SAP LI I
FOR TOILET AND BATH. iH
Delicate enough for the softest IH
okin, and yet efficacious in removing H
any stain. Keeps the skin in perfect l.H
condition. In tho bath gives all tho ipjijl
desirable after-effects of a Turkish Qiiiiiil
bath. It should bo on every wash- niaLI
ALL GROCERS AND DRUQQIST3. lliiil