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2 ... TTTTl SAJLTliAKE TRIBUNE: MONDAY MOICNTSTG, MAECH 211904. ' H
Mississippi Confederates Call Upon
Comrades to Prevent Burning
at the Stake.
GRENADA, Miss., March 20. An antl
nchlng crusade has been Inaugurated by
ho W.R. Barksdalc camp. United Con
rderatc Veterans, of this city. Significant
esblutlons were unanimously adopted at
i largely attended meeting of tho camp.
Tho veterans "unalterably oppose the
vnchlng of a human being, save perhaps
or the one unmentionable crime; vlolent
v, vehemently and eternally oppose tho
ractlve of burning a human being for
my crlrao wliatsovor; appeal to all Con
oderato veterans, to their wives and
laughters, and to the Daughters of tho
onfederapy. to arise In their might and
clp put a stop to this diabolical, bar
baric, unlawful. Inhuman and ungodly
rime of burning human beings; and
icartlly approve the action of Gov. Voxd
iman In his' recent Successful efforts to
ave a criminal from a mob bont on
SENATE AND HOUSE
WASHINGTON. March 20. -The pres
ent week In the Scnato will bo devoted
tlmost entirely to appropriation bills, be
ginning Tuesday with that of tho DIs
irlct of Columbia and following with the
Indian and pension bills. Neither tho
District nor the Indian bill has been rc-
lortcd from committee, but both aro
l romiscd early In tho week and they will
t-iko precedence over the pension bill,
notwithstanding the latter 13 now on tho
The pension bill Is held back by addi
tional legislation, but Its consideration
will not bo long delayed It Is not ex
pected that there will be any effort to
Increase tho amount carried by the bill
m account of tho recent executive pen-
!on order. ... .
Unobjected bills on the calendar will be
i raken up tomorrow, and further consld-
ratlon may be given to Senator Falr
banks's bill providing for a now depart
ment building In this city.
The postofflco. Military academy and
I he sundry civil appropriation bills con
'tllute tho work mapped out for tho
week. The House will adjourn on Mori
lay early, owing to tho death of Rep
resentative Thompson of Alabama. Tho
nostofflco bill Is pending, and several
notty questions, such as rural freo de
Ivcry salaries, railway mall subsidies and
railway mall service, are likely to prolong
Is consideration for several days. Tho
Tllitary academy bill is not expected to
onsume much time.
The rural free delivery bill will prob
ably be read In the latter part 01 tho
week. The present indications arc that
. o other matters of Importance are likely
'o bo Injected Into the proceedings of tho
week. The postofflce report will be cared
for hereafter by tho McCall committee,
which Is to sit In open session during tho
I I SECOND TBIAIi FOB AN
Special to The Tribune.
RAWLINS, Wyo.. March 20. Martin
W Foley, the Uinta county murdered,
will be placed on trial tomorrow for
g iking the life of James O'Donnell at
I ICemmerer Ave years ago.
I Foley was once tried In,- Rawlins,
I found guilty of murder In the second
i degree and sentenced to twenty years
H In the penitentiary.
M After three years the Supreme court
i reversed the decision, and a year ago
I was taken from the penitentiary and
R olaced In jail here. Judge Scott of
D Cheyenne will hear the case.
I ll GEORGE FRED WILLIAMS
111 COMES OUT FOR HEARST
III BOSTON, March 20. In a signed
Ijflj rtatement sent to the press tonight,
icl former Congressman George Fred Wil-
III liams announces his Indorsement of W.
Ml R. Hearst's candidacy for the- Demo-c-ratic
Presidential nomination. Mr.
I Williams adds that he intends to wage
a contest In this State In behalf of the
I A Guaranteed Cure for Piles. -Itching,
Blind, Bleeding or Protrud
ing Piles. Your druggist will refund
money if PAZO OINTMENT falls to
cure you in 6 to 11 days. 50c.
ICR, OF EIRE CAUSES
PANIC IN A THEATER
SEATTLE, Wash.. March 20. Panic
stricken, the audience fled Into the street
at tho cry of llro In the Gem vaudeville
theater this afternoon,
The celluloid films In the klnctoscope ma
chine blazed up suddenly, after a sharp
explosion, and a wave of flame shot out
over the audience.
No one was Injured, ovIng to the fact
that the oxlts wero large.
Called an American disease. Is cured by
an American medicine, originated and
prepared in tho most catarrhal of Amer
That medicine is Hood's Sarsaparllla.
It cures radically and permanently. In
that it removes the cause, cleansing tho
blood of scrofulous and all other Impuri
ties. It overcomes" all the effects of ca
tarrh, too, and builds up tho wholo ays-
fl CONGRESSMAN THOMPSON of Ala-
Hh Lama Is dead at Washington after an 111-
W ncss of Just one weelc The body will be
H; taken to Tuckegcc, Ala., for burial.
HI GEORGE MERRITT CLARK of Euf-
B9i falo, N. Y.. a well-known member of the
HH America Water Color society of New York,
jt Is dead at bis California homo near Bos-
H, tonla, San Diego county.
B JAMES F. SALTER, a well-known
Hjl wool buyer of Denver, Is dead at the
HI I Mercy hospital, Prescott, Ariz, from pcrl-
HJl (OnitlH and abscess of tho liver. Salter,
H I who vas 52 years of acre. Was at one time
I a prominent and wealthy' wool merchant
K of Boston and New York.
91: IRA HILL, aged G4 years, president of
Wf I he Bank of Sparta, Wis., is dead at Loa
CHARLES L. COUNSELMAN. head of
K , tlio commission house of Counselman &
M Co. of Chicago, la dead at Hot Springs,
m - Va of BrJght's disease. Four months ajo
j . Mr, Counselman went to California "in
j , search of health, and when he left for
M Virginia two weeks ago It waa believed ho
n ' had completely recovered. Mr. Counscl-
. In man, who was 55 years of age, was one of
; M tho most prominent bankers In Chicago.
' 1 REV. CHARLES CUNNINGHAM, a
1 Methodist Episcopal clergyman of Wray,
Colo., is dead at the Wesleyan hospital
o in Chicago, after an operation for appen-
DEPUTIES GET NOTORIOUS OUTLAW,
BUT THEY HAD TO KILL H1N FIRST
SPOKANE, Wash, March 20. John Glngle, a highwayman and 4-
horsethlcf, wanted by the authorities at North Yakima for a number of 4-
4- crimes, was killed by.Spokano officers in a fight this morning.
4- Gingle had been traced to a cabin in the eastern part of the city. 4-
4- The cabin was surrounded by officers, and Deputy Sheriffs Doak and 4-
4 Pugh broke In the door and commanded Glngle to surrender. 4-
4- The latter, who was lying on his back, opened fire, but missed. The 4-
4- ofllccrs put three bullets into Glngle, who died without speaking. 4-
4- North Yakima olllccrs, who had chased the horsethief to Spokane,
4- were outside the cabin when the shooting occurred, barring all avenues
4 of escape. .
4- Glngle, who was in bed, had a revolver strapped to him, while at the
4- side of the bed was a Winchester rifle. 4-
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! GIRDLING WORLD WITS GOSPEL , ..
TRACTS PRINTED- IN ALL LANGUAGES
WASHINGTON, March 20. Tho annual
meeting of the American Tract society
was held in the Church of the Cove
rant. Justice Brewer presided and mado
a brief address, setting forth tho general
work of tho Tract society, both in tho
homo and foreign Held.
He emphasised the necessity of hls
work, as well as showing that thero wa.s
no other agency so well equipped to fur
nish Christian literature In the many lan
guages and dialects.
Rev. Judson Swift reported tho year's
work, and William H. Taft, Secretary of
War, delivered an address, which gavo an
account of the progress In the Philippines
relating particularly to education and
Christianity. The secretary of tho society
said that eighty-nine now publications had
been added to the list during tho year.
These were In English, Polish, Bohemian,
German. Hungarian, Spanish. Swedish
and Italian, and the total number of dis
tinct periodicals added was ISO, making
the grand total of publications Issued since
PRESIDENT ELIOT IS
THREE SCORE AND TEN
Head of Harvard College Celebrates
His Seventieth Birthday An
niversary. CAMBRIDGE, Mass., March 20. Sur
rounded by members of his family and of
the college faculty, who brought many
tokens of their lovo and esteem, Charles
W, Eliot, president of Harvard university,
celebrated his seventieth anniversary to
day. This afternoon President Eliot was In
vited to University hall, where he mot
the faculty and was preafnted with a lov
ing cup, In accepting which Dr. Eliot said;
"I have received many tributes, but nono
so dear as thoso from the departments of
tho faculty. I owo to tho university all
that I have accomplished, and am myself
a product of the university and the in
fluence of the two governing boards.'
The annual rose sale will take place
at Vogeler's seed store March 22nd.
Choice nursery-grown, hardy two-year-old
ropes, perpetual bloomers; regular
price 75c to $L00. sale price 24c each.
Red, white and yellow climbing roses,
regular price- $1.00 to $1,25, sale price 34c
each. Vogeler's Seed Store.
HOLD UP SALOON'
REDDING, Cal., March 20. Threo
masked men, armed with a revolver, shot
gun and rifle, respectively, held up a sa
loon at Kennctt early this morning, se
Fifteen men were In the place when the
robbers entered. They were forced to lino
up facing the wall. While two of tho
blghwaymon kept the fifteen men covered
with their weapons the third went
through the pockets of tho victims, and
also robbed the money drawer of Its con
tents. When the masked men left they warned
all present to remain In the saloon fifteen
minutes under penalty of death.
Tho record that don't come oft till
they pay. Lots of people read our
Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts,
Top Floor Commercial Block,
Francis G. Luke, General Manager.
"Some people don't like us,"
Rubber Footwear Advances.
NEW YORK, March 20. A circular
has been sent out to the trade announc
ing an advance of 7 per cent on all
classes of rubber footwear, to take ef
' March 25th.
Round trip only 60 cents, via Oregon
Short Line. Special leaves Salt Lake
7 p. m., returning 11:30 p. m.
IN THE SOUTH PROSPEROUS
New York ncrald Special Service.
NEW YORK, March 20 During a recent
visit to New York, Samuel Spencer, presi
dent of tho Southern railway, said that
tho agricultural Interests of the South
were very prosperous.
"In soino lines of Industry, however,"
said Mr. Spencer, "conspicuously Iron and
steel, I noticed a very material decrease.
Our business la of such a general charac
ter that It Is being well maintained,"
Mr. Spencer denied that the Southern
railway was trying to borrow several mil
lion dollars. "These .reports," ho said,
"aro all duo to tho fact that tho Southern,
as 3hown In tho last annual report, has
certificates of Indebtedness amounting to
J3.SOO.000. This Indebtedness will in due
time bo funded, but no steps looking to
ward this end are now being taken."
Uric acid, Phosphates and Oxalate of
Lime deposits aro cured by Oregon Kidney
Record the bill with us we keep
records that won't come off, till they
Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts,
Top Floor Commercial Block,
.Francis G. Luke, General Manager.
"Some people don't like us."
Burton Coal & Lumber company's
number with Utah Independent Tele
phono company is 80S,
tho organization of the society, Including
volumes, tracts and periodicals. 740, 1 15,672.
The Tract society furnishes all. or near
ly all, of the Christian literature In the
Spanish language, and during tho year
has distributed In tho American colonies
upwards of 1.000,000. and tho total for tho
year in the Spanish-speaking countries is
6,312.000 pages. Six eolporlcrs aro labor
ing In Cuba. Tho work among tho Mor
mons In Utah Is of Intenso Interest. The
distribution of Christian literature by tho
exporters' wagons and eolporters reaches
thousands of homes, placing wholesome
reading In the hands of tho youth.
Tho society has expended a total of $750.
0CO In creating and circulating Christian
vernacular literature at tho foreign mis
sion stations. The great need of the for
eign Held ut the present time Is a larger
lncrcaso of Christian literature
Many of tho missionaries stato that tho
education of tho youth at tho mission
schools will bo largely In vain unless a
sufficient amount of Christian and whole
some literature Is provided for them upon
their graduation. This Is particularly truo
of India and Japan.
SAILS FROM GIBRALTAR
GIBRALTAR, March 20. Vlce-Adralral
Lord Charles Bercsford, commanding tho
Channel squadron, entertained Emporor
William at dinner on board his flagship
tonight, the squadron meanwhile display
ing brilliant illuminations and search
lights. The North German-Lloyd steamer Koo
nlg Albert, with Emporor William on
board, sailed at midnight amid salutes
from tho fleet In the harbor and batteries
on tho rock.
ROME. March 20. King Victor Em
manuel has ordored tho royal yacht to bo
sent to Naples on March 2Cth for his meet
ing with Emperor William, who will re
main there four days. Tho Associated
Press Is seml-offlclally assured that tho
meeting of the monarchs will havo no
political significance, although the sover
eigns wish to havo a verbal exchange of
views concerning pending international
LOCOMOTIVE HITS CAR
AND FOUR ARE HURT
SPOKANE, Wash., March 20. A street
car bound for Hlilyard. a suburban town,
was struck by a Great Northern locomo
tive this morning whllo the car was cross
ing tho railroad track In the eastern part
of tho city. Aboard tho street car were
seven passengers, four of whom wero in
jured. George Jenkins, Spokane, head crushed
and hurt internally; G. L. Nlckce, Sop
kano, badly brulsod; Jacob M, Bess, resi
dence unknown, bruised; James Linton,
Pennsylvania, badly bruised.
The blamo for tho accident has not yet
FIRE IN CHICAGO
CHICAGO; March 20. Flro tonight de
stroyed tho Union Traction company's
car barn at Division street and Wostcrn
avenue, causing $150,000 loss. Tho building
was 250 feet long and 200 feet wide. This
Is tho second of tho Union Traction com
pany's harns to burn within a week. Both
llres aro thought to havo been of lncon
EX-SECRETARY LONG HAS
AN EYE ON 'A TOGA
New York Herald Special Sen-ice.
WASHINGTON, March 20. If reports
arc truo, John D. Long, former Secretary
of the Navy, Is planning to succeed Henry
Cabot Lodge, whose term as United States
Senator oxplres next year. Tho Massa
chusetts Legislature to be elected next
full will choose his successor.
It "Will pay you to attend Vogeler's j
rose sale on Tuesday.
FORMER MAYOR WILLIAM .
GRACE OF NEW YORK ELL
NEW YORK. March 20. Former Mayor
William Grace la seriously ill at his homo
in this city. Ills condition has been su
perinduced by pneumonia, from which ho
suffered last December. It was said to
night at Mr. Grace's homo that his con
dition Is critical.
The record that don't come off till
they pay. Lots of people read our
MERCHANTS' PROTECTOR, .
Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts,
Top Floor Commercial Block,
Francis G. Luke, General Manager.
"Some peoplo don't like us."
Don't forget Vogeler's roso sale on
CAUSES PLOOD IN IDAHO
Special to Tho Tribune.
WEISER, Ida.. March 20. Thero was an
unusually heavy rainstorm about S
o'clock last evening, that caused streams
In this vicinity to rise with great rapidity.
Monroe creek again ovorftowed Its banks
and ran over tho street and into yards and
residences in tho eastern part of tho city,
doing much damago.
While tho water stage was not as high
as that of a few weeks ago, It did consid
erable damage. It Is thought a water
spout occurred near tho ndad of thd
Factory Fire at Milwaukee.
MILWAUKEE, March 20. Fire tonight
gutted the big factory owned by M. Mo
Uter and J. P. Hummel and tho Crcvo
Show Printing company's plant, both lo
cated in a four-story building at tho cor
ner of Milwaukee and Dunn streets. Lobs,
HEIR TO FORTUNE
Son of on Italian Count Who Has
Been Playing1 at Dolmonico's Comes
Into Rich Legacy.
Now York'llorald Special Service.
NEW YORK, March 20. A legacy of
$500,000 has lured back to Italy Glacoma
Imporattorl, the leader of the orchestra
at Dolmonico's, and ho will bo followed
soon by his wife and threo small children,
who aro still In New York.
For two years Imperattorl has led the
orchestra at Dolmonico's, but only a few
of even his closest friends knew his true
history. Ho chafed under tho dreary task
of earning his living as a musician, but
was too proud to complain. Tho "X.C00
legacy comes to him from an uncle, a
banker In Rome, who died three months
ago, leaving a largo estate.
Glacoma, who Is tho third son of Count
Imperattorl, was sept to Romo when a
small boy to study sculpture, but his
tastes Inclined to music, and he devoted
his attention to It. His father died and his
fortune was swept away. Imperattorl
plaved In Romo and other Italian cities
and Anally camo to New York, where ho
readily obtained places In somo of tho best
theaters. Two years ago ho becamo tho
leader of tho orchestra at Delmonlco's.
Shortly after arriving In New York Im
perattorl met a Miss Taylor, whom he
married six months after tnelr first meet
ing. They made their homo In West Forty-third
street, which has been a popular
meeting placo for the better class of Ital
ian musicians of New York for several
Imperattorl Is only SO years old, but
Is a musician of rare ability. Ho told tho
manager of Delmonlco's that ho had no
plans for tho futuro, though ho would
probably romaln In Italy and might or
ganlzo an orchestra of his own.
MANHATTAN ISLAND TO
BE WIRELESS MAY 1ST
Work of Burying Telephone, Tele
graph and Electric Wires Near
New York Herald Special Service
NEW YORK, March 20. Manhattan
Island will bo a wireless borough by May
1st, so far as the unsightly and dangerous
overhead cables are concerned. The one
remaining lino, that running from Ono
Hundred and Twenty-fifth street down tho
west side through West Btroot to tho Bat
tery, a distance of about ton miles, will
be nut underground In six weeks.
The only reason this ono lino Is outsldo
, of tho conduits so long Is becauso tho
long-distance telephone wires to Boston,
Albany, Philadelphia and other cities have
not worked well when burled In tho con
duits In cables containing other wires.
Tho recent Inventions of Prof. Pupln of
Columbia university In applying to tele
phone wires what is known as lnduc
' tanccs, that Is, the winding of small colls
of copper wlro on Iron cores and placing
them In each circuit at Intervals, so as to
prevent the loss of sound waves has en
abled tho electrical experts to bury tho
long-dlstanco wires at least In the crowded
districts at tho termini of such long-dlstanco
In the country districts it Is found far
preferable to carry the cables overhead,
not only on account of tho better sound
carrying possibilities, but because of tho
enormous cost of burying such wires In lo
calities where tho subscribers' connections
Tho conduits aro of two sorts tho "high
tension," carrying the electric light cables,
and tho "low tension," carrying tho tele
phone, ticker, flro and burglar alarm
Filo It Record It
Wo will do tho rest tho record don't
come off till he pays.
Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts,
Top Floor Commercial Block,
Francis G. Luke. General Managor.
"Somo people don't like us."
TRADES UNIONS FOR J
WOMEN IS LATEST
Organizers to Be Sent Through tho
Country to Promote the '
BOSTON, March 20. With tho object of
promoting women's trades unions in tho
United States, tho executive board of the
Woman's National Trades Union leaguo
at lis annual meeting here today voted to
send a genoral organizer and secretary
throughout the country, who will act as a
business agont, organizing trades unions
among' women, instituting lockouts and
Among the members of the board pres
ent wero Miss Jano Adams of tho Hull
house, Cnlcago, vlco-presldent; Miss Gor
trudo Barnum, Stato socrctary of tbo Wo
man'3 Trades Urloi-s of Illinois, and Miss
Lillian B. Wald, head worker of the col
lego settlement of Now York.i
OF RAILROAD ORDERS
CHICAGO, March 20. A general chalr
mon's association was formed today "at a
meeting of tho chairmen of the orders of
tho Brotherhood of Loeomotlvo Engineers
of all tho systems of tho country. M D.
Cudlo of tho Missouri Pacific system was
mado chairman and A. M. Rogers of tho
Chicago, Mllwaukeo & St Paul railroad
was named as secretary.
Tho purposo of tho organization, It is
said, la to bring about uniform conditions
on all tho railroad systems in so far as tho
engineers aro affected, and to enabloitho
brotherhood to meet tho Genoral Mana
gers association with a corresponding
body of men. who will bo constantly In
touch with tho engineers in all parts of
STRIKE DOWN" PRESENT
GOVERNMENT, SAYS REDMOND
MANCHESTER, March 20. John Red
mond, addressing an Irish demonstration
hero todav. said that tho first business of
tho party'was to strike down tho present
Government and then to sco that no Gov
ernment was put Into office which v6uld
not grant homo rulo to Ireland. Ho said
It was ridiculous for Liberals llko Her
bert H. Asqulth to call homo rulo an
SHEET STEEL MILL TO
RESUME IN TWO WEEKS
MUNCIE. Ind., March 20. Tho Mid
land mill, tho local plant of tho American
Sheet Steel company, which has been
closed slnco August last, probably will
resume within two weeks. The 600 idlo
employees met tonight and accopted tern-'
porarlly tho reduction of. 20 per cent
which the steel company has demanded of
Gen. Miles's Wife Improving.
WASHINGTON, March 20. Mrs. Miles,
wlfo of Llout-Gcn Miles, la reported to
night to bo Mating easily. Sho has Im
proved steadily for the past four daj3,
but aUU Is very seriously ill,
MIKADO CONVENES WAR
- SESSION 0FPARLIAMENT
(Continued Prom Page 1.) '
cannot hesitate until the object of the
war Is attained. I
"Our forces in, the presence of un
wonted hardships and privations arc
now displaying their steadfast loyalty
and valor, and we hopo that all our
subjects will co-operate In perfect uni
ty for tho enhancement of the glory of
the empire. I
"We trust that you will In compll- '
ance with our will fulfill the duty In
cumbent upon you and give cordial con
sent to thoso budgets and "bills which
are specially urgent In connection with
the situation, and which we have or
dered the ministers of stato to lay be
The members remained with bowed
heads until the reading was concluded.
The president of the House of Peers
then ascended the platform, advanced
to tho throne and received the address
from the Emperor. The Emperor then
stepped to the front of the platform,
bowed, left tho chamber and returned
to the palace.
REPLY OF PEERS.
In view of the extraordinary reply
to tho throne passed at the opening of
the last session In December, wherein
the House of Representatives con
demned the policy of the Cabinet,
which was declared to be Incompatible
with the progress of the empire and to
be temporizing, the House of Repre-
KEEPING THE KAISER
POSTED ON AFFAIRS
Messengers With Important State
Documents Follow Him on
BERLIN, March 20. The extent of
personal government In Germany is rea
lized only when the Emperor leaves the
country. The cessation of his public
activities causes an jmmeaiate snnms.
age of news. Then, in all the Govern
ment departments, new things must
wait until the Emperor returns.
The essential administrative orders
and documents needing no personal ex
planation by ministers are forwarded
to the sovereign. Departures from rou
tine business and new projects must
wait until ho can go into them at first
hand, without reading bales of bureau
Leaving out the fresh business, the
Emperor must sign, If he does not read
them, many papers, army and navy
commissions, appointments of various
kinds and departmental decrees.
These papers are carlred to him by
ofllccrs of the reserve employed as mes
sengers In the diplomatic service. They
belong to tho chasseurs corps of the
MaJ. Gen. Von Plettenberg is in Imme
diate charge of these messengers.
whoso work of traveling over the world
with papers, some of which contain
Government secrets, Is regarded as be
ing in a high degree honorable and con
fidential. About twenty-four messengers are
regularly on duty, while others are de
tailed when needed. Every day since
the Emperor left for the Mediterranean
one of these messengers In civil dress
has left Chancellor von Buelow's resi
dence with a bag of papers for the
One awaited for him at Dover, two
at Vigo and another at Gibraltar. Eight
messengers are going or coming with
In affairs ,of supreme Importance, if
such should arise, two or even threo
messengers will travel In company, as
a single messenger might meet with
BOSTON AND OTHER CITIES
SHAKEN BY EARTHQUAKE
BOSTON, Mass., March 2L An earth
quake shock this morning caused a tremor
throughout tho eastern part of New Eng
land. Beginning at SL Johns, N. B . the
vibration travel scd the State of Maine,
causing Blight damago to buildings In Au
gusta. Bangor and Portland. Tho shock
was felt plainly as far south as Taunton,
In this State. Reports from Manchester,
N. IT. and Sprlnglleld, Mass.. state that
tho vibrations were felt distinctly In those
At Augusta, Me., lamp chimneys wore
shaken down and crockery was smashed.
Tho vibrations lasted several seconds, and.
In nearly every Instance, occurred about
four minutes after 1 o'clock.
DAUGHTER BORN TO LORD
AND LADY CURZON
LONDON. March 20.. Lady Curzon,
wlfo of Lord Curzon of Kodleaton, Vice
roy and Governor-General of India, gavo
birth to a daughtor In London today.
Mother and child aro doing welL
ARRESTED FOR MURDER
DONE EIGHT YEARS AGO
PERRY, Kan.. March 20. William Gor
don, colored, has been arrested hero for
an alleged murder committed in Denver
about eight years ago. Ho is held In
Topeka, awaiting tho arrival of an of
ficer from Denvor.
In what it is and what it does con
taining the best blood-purifying,
alterative and tonic substances and
effecting the most radical and per
manent cures of all humors and all
eruptions, relieving weak, tired,
languid feelings, and building up
the whole system is true only of
No other medicine acts like it:
no other medicine has done so
much real,- substantial good, no
other medicine has restored health
and strength at so little cost.
"I was troubled with scrofula nnd cunt
noar losinc my eyoaicht. For four months
could not soo to do anything. After taking
two bottles of Hood's, Sarsnparilla I could sor
to walk, and vrlien I bad taken eight bottles 1
could soo as well as over." Susie A. Hjlibs
tou, Withers. N. C.
Hood's Sarsaparllla promlseo to
euro and keeps tho promise
sentatlves today appointed a commit
tee to prepare a response. After the
joint session the committee met, pre
pared and presented the following:
"We, your Majesty's humble scrvantB
of tho House of Representatives, re
spectfully express our gratitude for
your Majesty's gracious action in open
ing the Imperial Diet, and for the
words addressed to us by your Ma
Jesy. "Thlw empire has Invariably en
deavored to, maintain the peace of the
far East, but Russia has violated Its
treaty with China and Its repeated
declarations to the powers.
"We are extremely Impressed with
the fact that your Majesty has declared
war. The executive arms at the front
are repeatedly obtaining victories. This
Is solely due to your Imperial Majesty's
"It shall be our constant endeavor to
bring to the discharge of our legisla
tive functions the utmost care and cir
cumspection, so that your Majesty's au
gust Instructions may be obeyed and
the Important trust reposed In us by
the nation may be complied with.
"With profound respect and humility,
the president of the House of Repre
sentatives. M. Masahlsa Matsuda, pre
The Peers will meet tomorrow to pre
pare a responso to tho speech from the
ST. JOHN'S, N. F., March 20. Sir Caven
dish Moylo, Governor of Newfoundland,
has been promoted to tho Governorship of
This Is one of tho mo3t Important of tho
British colonial Governorships and carries
a salary of 525,000 a year, as against $10,000
paid to the Governor of Newfoundland.
Tho promotion Is duo to Sir Cavondlsh
Boylo's tactful handling of French shore
matters during his Incumbency of tho
present post. Ho will leave here early
CASTOR I A
Por Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
I Have You Attended j
M. H. DESKY'S
Big Clothing Sale?
I If Not; Why NotP i
I U Crystal Cafe f
239 MAIN STREET.
. Has Opened.
0 Open day ar-d night Tel. 001-Y. J
- Tray Orders Solicited.
EVERY BLADE WARRANTED
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l 1 correct time.
fiALT LAKE CmL
UNION ASSAY OFFICE,
M. S. HANAUER, Manager.
Removed to 152 South W. Tcmplo.
SAMPLES BY MAIL AND EXPRESS
will recclvo prompt attention. Analytical
work a specialty. Send for price list.
T W. CURRIE, ASSAYER,
J 79 W. 3rd South, Salt Lake City.
fijOHN BUCKLE & SON,
235 SO. ItlAIN ST.
P. O. Box 682. Salt Lake City.
Any sick person who has never used H
Llquo7.ono should writo tho Liquid II
Ozono Co,, 45S-1C0 Wabaah avo Chi- I
uago. Tnoy will oond you an order on t
your drugglot for a EO-cent bottlo fro, EJ
If you will otato tho disease to be a
treated 2-H. G. F. E.
CEREAL FOOD COFFEE
I Boston Dental Parlors 1 l
I Finest and best equipped offlco In the I J IH
fl State, having all tho very latest Im- ,
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Teeth extracted absolutely without Wm
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Gold crown, 22 k yiJSl
Gold Fillings L up
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All work done by operator of expcrl-1
once and ability and guaranteed Drat X
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J DRUGGISTS, W
M Southeast Corner Main and
( Third South Streets, Salt fM
W Lake City.
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Brasa instruments, in fact every M
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the best and most reliable makes mM
arc sold hero. 1 VH
i WE'RE THE LEADING PIANO I FH
n HOUSE IN THE STATE. n
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74 MAIN ST. Hj
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Ward's Massage j Wl
It cleanses and beautifies tho Vl
skin, cures and provonts wrinkles, BH
blotches and redness. Contains i I'J
; nothing Injurious, and keeps in- I FH
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A positive aDd permanent cure fo MftU
drunkenness and tho opium disease WELSH
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