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Ill THE SALT TiATTF, TRIBUNE; MOiNDAY MOKNI2stG, MAIICK 21, 1904. 3
3f IN ABOUT J
I 9 TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE, I
III , DISTRICT SUNDAY-SCHOOL
m CONVENTION CONTINUES
Mjjf I Labor Union to Settle Differences
Jt fS ''; ' With Trainmen at Meeting
"(f V I ' ' Tonight
t Special lo Tho Tribune.
OGDEN", Itlarch 'JO. There was a. largo
uttendnnco at today's session of the dls-
trlct Sunday-school convention. Tho foa-
turcH of the programme wero the Inter
mediate and second Intermediate- classes,
presided over by "Walter Bramwell of
Morgan county and John Y. Peters of
Box Elder. The theological elates was In
chargo of WUford 2l. ISIcKcndrlok of Wo
ber county, and tho choristers and organ
ists, under tho direction of Jamca W. Urc.
Jr., of Weber. Tho superintendents and
Hecrctarlcj' departmcntH was under tho
i.'lrectlun of Thomas It. Evans and "W. R.
Emraett of "Weber.
During tho nftcrnoon the stalco board's
mooting waa addressod by Superintendent
L3 John D. Potora of Box Elder and In tho
evening tho general assembly meeliiiR
took place. Following was tho pro
gramme: SiitKlnfT. "Wcbor stake tjibernaclo
choir; prayer; singing, "Weber stako tubor
aaclo choir; "The Juvenile Instructor as a
Sunday-School Aid," Apostlo A. O. "Wood
rutf; music, contralto solo, "Salvo Reglna"
(BUck), Friscllla L. Evans of Summit;
"Co-Oporatlon of Children and Parents in
Home Preparation," Henry Peterson:
music. Prof. R AV. Nichols of Box Elder;
addresses by general sujwrlntcndcncy and
members of the board.
LABOR UNION TO SETTLE
MATTERS WITH TRAINMEN
If t OGDEN, March 20. Important business
V will come up this evening before, the Cen
to tral Trades and Labor assembly.1' It Is cx
pj pected that definite action will bo taken
i f I regarding the difference between tho ns
1.1 Hcmbly and the United Brotherhood of
W Railway Trainmen.
SI 7t Is predicted by labor leaders that the
( '.e matter will bo settled satisfactorily at to
ll night's meeting.
Bui .WORK ON SANITARIUM
Htt, TO BE PUSHED FORWARD
H- $ OGDEN, March DO. Work will begin on
jj fi tho sanitarium at the mouth of Ogden
CJ't canyon tomorrow and it will bo rushed
HH 4 Vl through as rapidly as possible, to have it
H'9 tu In shape for the coming season. "Work
t wns suspended on the resort some timo
wpw c PE ago, duo to differences among the stoek-
KJ r bo-' holders.
j Sheriff Brings Fugitives Home.
itflk OGDEN. March 20.-Shorlft Joseph Bai-
XI Ui ley and Chief of Police Browning arrived
M K homo Inst evening from California with
l John Furcy, wanted In Ogden for rob-
I r; bery. and Fred Rogers, who escaped from
I yj tho reform school some time ago.
R Ogden Briefs.
I Tom Fecny Is back from a sojourn at
I Hot Lake, Or.
I J Regular session of tho City Council will
W j, be held this evening.
A ""S. ' , "Down by tho Sea" appears at the
.1 fa A Grand Tuesday evening. The scat 'sale.
M " aLWetcctlvc Sergeant Herts loft for Chl-
IT 5 U Tcag5,last night with tho Greek wanted
! ' Vy " Mr. tlm city for murder.
' .A An Incipient riot took placo in the Little
w?, :'j Queen saloon early yesterday morning.
Jfit : Two men attempted to clean out tho houj'e
I 11 i nnd came rret,-y near doing it.
If I.V-) Joe Martell wns arrested at tho depot
If ' A yesterday by "William Hutchlns and must
if, 1 ' ' answer tho charge of assault with a dead-
, Sf'L' j i 1 weapon. Martell got in an altercation
I t with one of the employees of the baggagc-
' ' 1 loom and pulled a gain.
II INTERMOUMTAIN NUQQETS.
' TJ-o second trial of Foley for murder
I will begin at Rawlins today.
I TThe Curamlngs Commission company of
I OSalt Lako Is ntartlng a branch office at
Mrs. N. T. Porter and family have re-
turned to Centervlllc from Cedar City to
1-cmaln for tho summer.
Ono night last week was the coldest
i of the season at Bellevue, Ida., 'the ther
mometer registering Z'iro.
i T. A. Cosgrlff and his sister. Miss
l Elizabeth Cosgrlff, are expected to reach
p Choyonne this week from Cuba.
L Attorney James IT. Wallls of Rcxburg,
who has been In Salt Lake on legal busJ
H ness, has gone to Washington,
ft A marriage license wns issued at
v Farminglon on Thursday to Fred J.
U Wardrobo and Ada Adams, both of Salt
Thomas Cutler, the veteran actor of
"Utah. U In Rcxburg, says the Current
Journal, with the Intention of putting on
n play with local talent.
J,MaJ, W. M. Stanton, tho well-known
f mining engineer who is to reopen and op
' erato tho Queen of tho Hills group of
iinlne-s, arrived from Salt Lake today,"
'-.(IV aays tho Ilalley Times.
V 1 "With the soaking this section has rc-
ccived thin month, Bear Lako ought to
produce banner crops this year, it has
been a great spring for moisture so far,"
ays tho Monlpeller Examiner.
Th6 Payaon Globo Header says: "Mrs.
T. G. Wimmcr. Jr., and tvo little folks
came down from Salt Lako Friday even
ing for a few days' visit with relatives
and friends. Mr. Wiinmer and family
will leave Salt Lake In n short tlnio for
Green River Utah, where he has pur
chased a ranch, xtnd will movo there for
tho summer., hut will return to Salt Lako
for the winter months."
Tho Pocatello Advance tells this St
Patrick's day story; "A son was born to
the wife of Frank Alien, an engineer on
tho Short Line, on St. Patrick's dav. Mrs.
Allen Is at tho ranch near Soda Springs
i and Mr, Allen was at work on the road
1 when he was called homo by his wife's
' illness. He arrived homo at night and
had not learned of ths arrival of the son
lht was considerably puzzled when his
wife- said to him, 'Pat la in bed with
(j mother. It took him some timo to undcr
? stand that 'Pat' was his own son, named
S in honor of the day of his birth "
i The Snllna Sun tells this fl3h Htory
I "Some Sanpcle fellows -wero In town thin
I week on llinlr way homo from the East
(Insert. They made camp one night on
the western shore of Fluh lake. One of
I hem told the snake charmer that It was
worth any man's mcney to see the mil.
. JJftia of trout thnt are now leaving tho
hlko and ascending the small tributary
creeks for the purpose of spawning. Thu
streams arc ttctunUy black with tho fish
and. If tho law permltled it. they could
. be captured by the wagon load. The
county llah and game warden Is camnod
near, the lake and is seeing to It thut the
fish aroi protected."
.yHj Colds Arc Dangerous.
jHH How often you hear it remarked: "it's
BH only a cold," and a few days later learn
mU & l,Klt t,ie man Is on ll13 back with pneu-
V A monla. This Is of such common oc-
M.i J"j y cumsnce that a cold, however slight,
j HKoul'd not be disregarded. Chamber-
LlV Iain's Cough Remedy counteracts any
T'llf tlfl tendency toward pneumonia. It always
mK 'fflH cures and l pleasant to take. For sale
f WITHIN THE DOMAIN -OF UTAH I
G. A, R. VETERANS TO
G0 INTO CAMP IN JUNE
Quartz From the Elkhom District
Indicates Rich Deposit Death
Special to The Tribune.
PARK CITY. March 20. G. A. R. vet
erans will hold their annual encampment
hero next June. This was decided last
evening at a conference botwecn Frank
II. Clark, commander of the State en
campment, and the local Grand Army
men. Mr. Clark camo up from Salt Lake
It was decided to call upon the citizens
of Purk City to furnish a committee to
help take care of the visitors. There aro
sixteen members of the G. A. R. here, and
their enthusiasm and unanimity of offort
promise a pleasant time for tho visitors.
Park City Is one of tho moat delightful
spots In the State for a summer encamp
ment. B. M. Spcrry. proinlnent among
the veterans here, says thnt every effort
will be made to enable tho old soldiers to
visit the mines and other points of in
terest. The dato is not yot fixed, but tho local
veterans will hold another meeting the
tlrst Wednesday In April and select tho
dato in time to get the information to
the council of administration, which
meets at Salt Lake April 8th. The Span
ish and Philippine war veterans aro to
William Pussier, a local member of the
G. A. R., says thnt in view of the fact
that th time is rapidly nppronchlng
when thero will bo no more G. A. R.
encampments, thero is a general feeling
that the coming saUicrlng should be
made ono to bo long remembered. Mr.
Passler says that the fiOO veterans of
Utah aro dying at tho rato of about ten
or twelve a year, and that tho 500.000 In
tho country arc passing at the rate of
StoO a month.
QUARTZ FROM ELKHORN DISTRICT.
Rube Calvin, a member of a party of
prospectors who rushed Into the Elkhom
district during tho cxcltpmont attending
the Majestic strike nnd staked off a
choice strip of territory in those promis
ing new fields, returned yesterday wltir
a largo samplo of quarts literally filled
with galena. The specimen comes from
the cropplngs of the ledge, and Its size
and appearance not only Indicate n rich
deposit of ore, but a hint of something
big. Mr. Calvin. Mr. McLollnn and
others interested in the group have
slaked off six claims, nnd arc so encour
aged over the surface showing that they
aro planning a thorough development o
The ore shipments for the past week
arc as follows:
Daly West 2,710.000
Silver King 1.91G.7W
Tho Huntington motor for the Ontario
to replace the r.no burned out nearly two
weeks ago, arrived here yesterday and
the mill may resume tomorrow
DIED OF PNEUMONIA.
Tho slx-wcek-old child of Mr, and
Mrs. David Gwllliams died last night
R. G. Wilson of the New York Bonanza
visited camp today.
A. H. Mayno of the MInola and Corona
was up from Salt Lako todnv.
Manager N. VP. Sonncdccke'r visited the
Silver Bell today.
P. MePherson visited Park today.
William E. Gillette of tho Wabash re
turned to camp today. ,
A. M Spooner of tho MInola and Co
rona returned lo the capital last evening.
Hairy Deinlng went down to Salt Lake
Mrs. J. R. McDonald left for the me
J. A. KIrby of the Daly West left for
tho capital last evening.
G. E. Cushlng wns on the outgoing train
Mrs. J. Hoffman entertalnwl yesterday
at dinner in honor of Mrs. John Pawlaa
Prof. Younger's social last night at
Maple hall wns a much enjoyed event.
An unusually large number of people
prominent In social circles were out.
EUREKA VISITED BY
EIGHT INCHES OF SNOW
Special lo The Tribune.
EUREKA. March 20. About eight
Inches of snow fell last night and this
Remains of Daniel Shea, who died at
Salt Lake last Thursday, were brought
to Eureka last evening for burial. Tho
funeral services will be" conducted bv the
local branch of tho Western Federation
of Miners tomorrow afternoon nt 2
o'clock. The deceased was formerly a
resident of Eureka and Is a brother of
Mrs. Edward Lewis of this citv. He was
ouito well known In the mining camps of
Utah, Colorado and Montana,
Many of tho witnesses In the Peterson
mHrder trial returned to Eureka to spend
Sunday. Tho ease has occupied the at
tention of Judge Marioneaux for the past
six days and probably will not be llnlshcd
before next Wednesday.
MIsh Mattlo Ingoldsky has returned to
Eureka from Battlo Creek, Neb., where
she wa3 called on account of the Illness
of her mother. She will resume her
duties as teacher in the public school to
morrow. District Attorney Joshua Greenwood Is
over from Ncphl today on official busi
ness. City Councilman Thomas Crawley and
Mrs. Alex Gurley of ihla city wero called
to Ncpht the other day on nccount of tho
death of their mother. Sho was U3 vears
of age and her death came with but lit
PAYSON BOWLERS MAY
PLAY THE EUREKA TEAM
Special to The Tribune.
PAYSON. March. 20. Another big snow
and rainfall visited this section. Tho storm
began with a good rain nnd later turned
lo snow and Is now six inches deep.
Harry McFato of Eureka was in Payson
yesterday, trying to make arrangements
for a bowling team from Payson to visit
Luroka soon and bowl with a team of tho
minors. No dcllnito arrangements have
been made, but very likely a team will get
together and go up to tho mining district
A consolidation of the harness business
or J. A. Loveless and Joseph Stark was
consummated last week and the stock of
i ii ,f lQlk ",lH nivcd Saturday to the
building where .Mr. Loveless has been
cnrrylng on business.
The pipo lino laid recently by W. W
Henry has not proven entirely satisfac
tory The water was turned on rcccntfy
and the pip was found to leak In a num
ber of places. Work is now In progress
stopping the leaks, and it looks 'aa IC it
might be accomplished soon, at least tern
porarlly. W. D. Loveless, editor of the American
Fork Citizen, has been in Payson shTco
Saturday on business. omco
Joseph Griggs camo In from the Green
River country Saturday evening. He i
engaged by T. G. WImmor of f Salt Lake
looking nftor his sheep Interests.
School Teachers Return.
Special to The Tribune.
SANTAQUIN. March 20.-Mr. and Mrs.
2:f sIcC,orinl?1k h&vc returned hom
Their school at Coj'otc has closed for tho
Miss Lily M. Dubois Is en route to hor
homo here, hor school at Escalnnlu havlnn
Snow fell to the depth of four inches
here this morning. mcnea
Joseph Eckerslcy of Wayne County
Joins tho Party of Progress
Sevier County Delegates.
Spoclaf to The Tribune.
RICHFIELD, March 20.-Joseph Eck
erslcy of Loa, Wayno county, Utah, has
deserted and abandoned Democracy and
has espoused Republicanism, and will
hereafter affiliate with, vote and work for
the Republican party.
Mf. l-Jckerslcy dots not care at this
limn to give reasons for making this
change, but will do so if the occasion or
necessity arises for so doing
This change of politics on the part of
Mr, Eckersley is tho heaviest of all tho
many blows poor old Democracy has been
dealt during tho past few years, especial
ly In tho Sixth Judicial district of this
Mr. Eckerslcv had been slated to mako
the run for District Attorney this fall
in this district on tho Democratic ticket,
along with Henry Hayes a a cnndldnto
for Judge, the Democrats confidently be
lieving that that team would give tho Re
publican judicial ticket of this district
a raco worth calling a race. Now the
Democrats of this district aro entirely
without material and cannot find In all
the district a running mate for lonely
Hayes, because Stewart, who mnde the
raco for Judge against Judge McCnrty
in tills district four years ugo, has turned
Not only Is Mr. Eckcraley's change of
politics a great blow to the Democracy
but he himself Is a notable, most worthy,
and really a heavy-weight addition to the
Republican party and ono o.f whom every
Republican In tho State may well be
proud. Ho is a pollslud gentleman of
high scholastic attainments and clean
years. At present ho is principal of tho
schools at Loa ami was County Attorney
from the organization of Wayno county
until the time the Incumbent. Judge
Roblson, took tho office. Four years ago
he made the rnco In tho Sixth district
for District Attorney against John F.
Chldester. who is now our District Judge.
As it was. he ran between COO and 7C0
votes ahead of his side partner on the
Democratic ticket that year.
With Eckersley now on the right side
of the fenco politically, it is a snfe bet
that Wayne county will never again be
In the doubtful column, as It always has
been In the past, but may be counted on
to roll up at each election a liandsomo
SEVIER TO SELECT DELEGATES.
Col. John Meteer, chairman of the Re
publican party In Sevier county, has Is
sued a call for the election of State con
vention delegates direct from tho pre
cincts of the county, dispensing with an
Intermediary county convention, for the
reason that Just now there is no other
business to be transacted aside from the
choosing of delegates. On the State ap
portionment of one delegate for every U5
votes cast for Congressman Howell. Se
vier county's fourteen delegates will be
distributed as follows:
I Annnbolla 1, Elslnoro 1. Glenwood 1.
Jaseph 1, Monroe 2, Redmond ,,RlchfK'"d
I. Sallna 2. Vermillion 1. and Aurora,
Burrvilic. Central. Koosharem and Ven
ice are cut out entirely.
Political Interest still lies dormant in
Sevier county. The Republicans of this
section have no home man who aspires
to election to the Chicago convention. As
to the nominees of the Judicial and Sena
torial conventions, there seem to exist
foregone conclusions that serve as a bar
to any keen Interest.
DOINGS IN THE COURTS.
Judgo Chldester reached here last even
ing from PJutc and Wayne counties and
opened court here. At Junction John
Carlson was arraigned and pleaded not
guilty. Ho is accused of raising a S2.C0
check to $12.50. The alleged burglars of
Kimborly, Fowle and Ivnox. wero ar
raigned, and pleaded not guilty, Tho.e
cases will bo tried at the next term At
Loa the Judge found absolutely nothing
on tho, calendar
In tho DeSaules estate R. A. Allen, at
Junction, applied for letters testament
ary. A niece of t he deceased, Adele
Stralton af RIvordalc, Weber county,
this State, appeared, objecting to his ap
pointment and asking that she bo ap
pointed administratrix. "Uncle Ned"
DeSaules died some thrco or four yenrs
ago. and up to the present it has ap
peared that Mrs. Stratton was his only
living heir. It Is alleged that the estate
Is being wasted and disposed of at ruin
ously low prices without legal title, and
that now there are some other holrs In
Switzerland looking Into the matter. The
Judge has the matter of tho appointment
of the administrator under advisement.
At today's session of court In Richfield
Hip following business was transacted:
State of Utah vs. Jvn.i Hansen;. the de
fendant, accused of adultery, was ar
raigned and pleaded not guilty.
James R. Winn was found Insaue and
committed to the State mental hospital.
W. J. ' Bean vs. Annie Laurie Mining
company; defendant's motion for a new
trial was taken under advisement.
Estate of Henry Hendrlckson. deceased;
administrator's scml-nunual report ap
proved. Estate of Niels Morten Peterson, de
ceased; petition lo sell pcional property
Estate of Hans O. Maglcby, deceased;
order to sell personal and real property
MRS. CALEB HOWE PASSES
AWAY AT SPRING-VILLE
Special to The Tribune,
SPRING VILLE, March 20 -Mrs. Caleb
Howe of this city died hero this morning.
She leaves a baby only a week old. Tho
deceased was 23 years-old and tho daugh
ter of Mrs. Emma Watts.
Commander Stcbblns, Recordkecpcr
James Hales and Past Commanders Dart
and Stewart and a number of other mem
bers of Spanish Fork tent, No. -I, K. O.
T. M., paid a visit to Springvlllo tent, No.
7, last night. They brought two candi
dates along with them, who were shown
the mysteries of Maccabecism by tho de
gree team of No. U.
Lodge No, II, L O. O, F., which was or
ganized hero last June with eleven mem
bers, now has a membership of twonty.
FINISH TRACK-LAYING TO
LOS ANGELES BY SPRING '
Special to' Tho-Trlbuno,
MODENA, Utah, March 20. Moapa,
Nev., Is the name of the last station on
tho San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake
railroad, seventy miles below Calicntus.
Tho laying of track is rapldlv progress
ing and is several miles west of Moapa.
Numerous cars of seventy-llve-pound
rails and telegraph material have passed
through horo during tho past week. There
has been thirty-live miles of the road
completed during tho past mouth, and
should construction contlnuo as rapidly
tho road will bo built to Los Angeles by
noxt spring, if not sooner.
Frank Wilson one of tho owners of the
Johnny mine, passed through hero yes
terday, en route to Stalellne.
B. J. Lund of B. J. Lund & Co. has
departed for St. George, for tho purpose
of removing his family to Modcna.
Mrs. Hnttie Knight, owner of the Hotel
Modena. left for Salt Lake Citv yester
day to visit relatives. Her daughter Is
attending school there.
The Newport and Nevada Mining com
pany of Fay. i,cv., has placed a new
lending machlno to handlo tho Increased
oro output of thn Tlomcstake mine.
J. L. Record, president of thn Minne
apolis Steel Machinery compuny of
Minneapolis, Minn., and G. W. Pone con
tracting engineer, representing the same
company at Salt Lake City, pasat'd
through here yestcrdny, en route north,
They spent several dnys at Fav Nev
examining into the merits of the Cox
UP IN SANPETE COUNTY
Office-Grabbers Must Tako a Back
Seat and Allow Party Principles
to Rule. 1
Special to The Trlbuncl
MT. PLEASANT. March 20. It must bo
admitted that the Republican party in this
county Is in a rather dilapidated condi
tion, and if existing circumstances con
tlnuo it will not bo a surprise to many If
the Democrats secure a part or all of the
offices at the next election.
Tho present state of affairs has been
brought about by the personal ambitions
of a few of tho leaders, who havo been
over-rldlng the party to secure their own
interest. Unless this policy is changed and
Republican principles given a preference
over personal ambitions there will ho an
awakening that will startle tho present lot
of office grabbers.
This county has on several occasions in
tho past sent representatives to tho Stnto
Legislature who had not the tlrst qualifi
cation for the office, and who should for
the prldo of self nnd State havo refused to
accept tho nominations, tho rldlculo they
havo brought upon themselves and tho
county should put tho county on its guard
to select only men who aro duly qualified
to till such offices.
Mr. Abram Johnson of this city Is talked
of us a Representative next term. Ho Is
a man who could repicsont tho county and
whom the county could look to with a
degree of pride. He has twlco filled tho
office of Mayor of this city with satisfac
tion to nil and was honored with a term
as postmaster. If ho enters the race ho
will have the support of the Republicans
of this part of the county.
IGNORES THE CALL
County Chairman Clnistensen has not
helped his cause any by ignoring District
Chairman Fitch's call for the district con
vention to bo held here on April Dth.
If the deals aro on that are reported re
garding the offices of Judge and District
Attorney they should be called off. San
peto county has delegates enough, it is
true, to dictate such terms as she sees lit.
and some are claiming that majority
should rule, but In the Interest of good
politics it might bo vlse to concede some
thing this time to tho other part of the
Judgo Johnson is. without doubt, tho
most capable man In the district for tho
judgeship and should be nominated and
re-elected. Ono of the other counties
should bo given the District Attorneyship.
Some of these cold facts may not meet
with the approval of some aspirunts for
official honors, but the time has come
when the truth Is needed, and personal
gratification must be sat upon. All must
unite In one grand effort for party suc
SNOW PLEASES FARMERS.
Rain began falling hero about 4 o'clock
lids morning, and about 7 o'clock changed
to snow, that has been falling thick and
fp.st ever since. The moisture Is verv no-ci-ptable
.to the farmers, most of whom
are about through putting in grain.
Laurltz and Peter A. Lai-sen have mado
final payment and secured" a patent to
th'Mr claim of 1G0 ncms known as tho
Lnrsen mine, one of the best coal mines in
this part of the State.
process for handling slimes. Thev re
port the Cox treatment of talcose ore as
being successful. They naw slimes so
thick that they could bnnMy run Into the
upper portion of tho Cox machine, and
then found the water contained In these
sllniea. raised automatically, perfectlv fil
tered, free of all turbidity and nt to be
used again. It Is surmised that the ob
ject of Mr. Record's visit was to obtain
the exclusive right lo manufacture the
equipment used in the Cox process.
Experts who were expected to reach
Modena two weeks ago for tho purpose 0f
examining the great fire clav deposits
will reach here in a few daws In the in
terests of New York capitalists
PROVO YOUNG MAN
FACES SERIOUS CHARGE
Special to The Tribune.
m R9Y.?' iIai'Cl 20.-Sherlff Charles Mor
rill of Piute county arrived In Provo last
evening and placed under arrest Ross
JTatton. a well-known young man of this
city, on the charge of undue intlmacv
with a young woman at Klmberlv. The
Slier ifi will leave with Matton tomorrow
morning. The defendant assures his
f i lends that he will have no difficulty In
clearing himself of tho charge. '
Ed II Sparks, Jr.. Is in Salt Lake City.
1 he pupils of the musical departnu-nt of
ksPt' V". unt,cr tl1-' direction of Prof
A. c. Lund, have begun rehearsals of the
opera, "Robin Hood." which will be pre
sented In this and other cities of the State
In tho near future.
J. E. Thompson Is doing business at tho
Leonard Rowe was up bofore Justice
Noon, charged with beating the railroad
company out of the regular fare bv riding
from Grand Junction. Colo., to Tucker In a
box car. Ho pleaded guilty anil sentence
was suspended until Tucsdav. Rowc
ciawlcd Into a box car at Grand" Junction
and the car wna sealed up He was held a
prisoner In tho car from Wednesday
morning until Saturday morning, without
food or urlnk. The car was ill led with
merchandise, but nothing was molested
by Rowe. who Is n tenderfoot from the
Last, who has como West to grow; up with
today0 A' K,nEr WCIlt 10 Salt Lnk0
John Powell, a former resident of Pav
son but now residing nt Logan, has been
visiting with County Attornev Patr0
Joe Davis, the Salt Lake bbv who' was
sent to the State prison for sovun vears
tor burglary committed at Sprlngvillo a
little more- than a year ago. wants a par
don and has written Sheriff Harmon to
cLXOp Scalp and Hail
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.pksir a beautified by the an-
y Y cleansing, purifying
and beautifying prop.
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'clone only by giving sat- j
isfaction in quality and I
j price. I
!! Black, Thres-Thread,
Double - Knee,
... HOSIERY ...
I Regular 20c Valus,
2 Pair for 25 ISo j
61-63-65 Main Street.
a. 'jiHr. rjou. im.av rn'j)iT.-i.., lUja-rtTOn
I You can't possibly
go wrong if you use J
' At least, it is nok
? the fault of the U
flour it's jj
Tfs the Salt;
illSa That KEn-tea
WL 167 S. VT. Terapla
Isill&sl ' Salt Lake City.
Located In Hoar; of tho Bualnesa
and Theater D!utrlct3.
I Mew WIls I
EUEOPEAN HOTEL. g
3 v- WEll WBY. R
E-1 SALT LAKE CITY.
Ratea. $1.00 to ?3.0O per Jay. &
; Popular Priced Restaurant. j
200 Jtoonrj. with Tolcr-hono, Hot Sj
H pad Cold Running Water. Sl.tty Rj
i Privnto Baths. 3
I The Best Whisky!
OB. THE BEST PEOPLE. J
Old Cambridge Rye I
Old Crow Bourbon
THE ZANG, 1 1
ROPJ3R & MAYER. J
Now aaid clejiant In all Its appointments,
250 rooms, slni;lo or cn suite, 61 rooms with
hath. G. S. Holmes. Proprlotor.
Mr-wt.vui..J,v..ri.ii. jam, i II I II Hill lib d U '
S PORTLAND CEMENT, I
LUMBER, COAL. I
Burton Coal & Lumber Co, j
t Yard and office, 063 W. FifUi South. S
I Up-town office, 60 W. Second Soutlu (
UJ Telophono S03. t
f Li. M. Beavcn. P H. Hurry. i
3 Annlo B. Murry. j
I Trio of J
S Treat Successfully nil Chronlo 3
S 303 Auerbach Building. jj
H Offlco Tel. 1120-Y. Heo. 1050-T.
Primary, Scoandary or Tortlary Blood Polscn
Porinannntly Carod. Ton con bo tnntod at homo
under iwtno uimranty. Oaplpl SoOO.OOO, Y?o solicit
tho most obstinate ccsca. 7o havo cured tlio worst
caios in 15 to Jt3 iluy. If 7Cu Lnvo taken mnrrury.
lodltlo potash nnd still havn aclms and pitlna, Jlucaa
Patchos in Month. Horo Throot. Phnjilos, Copper
Colored Spots. I'lcon on nay part of thn body, Unlr
or Kyobrovrs falling ocl, wrlio for rroos o curca.
Cook BSemedy C
SlOKiSOnO TiHfLE. CUctc. 111. ifo-iii &k fti J
I Wm JVot the Sticky Sort I H
B A-y Klnsrord' 8ll7cr Glow 8larrh dots not ellck and l.nrn nndcr the Iron H 1 1
E StrK liJ'."J,"r, i"1 P iweaof the cood and respond to tho ironuu: fit IH
1 TMtii ThnencM and einooUinr-M or finish that Is surpriilngly One. H IH
ImM KINGSFORD'S I
E SILVER GLOSS STARCH B H
l lfiQSiTCmiH.?Vl ' ql'trant for Coo law f.mrtAlrtf .Unena and mmllat. Olrtsn fn-jhnf . H iiil
H Rt KflKXr delicacy and ncwnM that Is charming. A flarrh mat njverT.ul, H
7i' rdTt6r7Cwbre?PP0lnl" M nrUe8t lscanM purwt. Ej - jl
SL" Tr-. OBWCGO STARCH FACTORY, OSWCGO, N. Y. ll
DR. C. W. HIGGINS
Saa sn of the very latest X-Itay md
Electrical Machines In his efflo.
Hlootrio Batha and all of tho very lo-tost
treatmonts given,, In the moat Bfllentlflo
Microscopic Medical Institute
0, W. Higjins, M. D., Mgr. and Prop,
ST. ELMO. HOTEL,
Comer Main and CTliird Seutb.
Han practiced In Salt Lake City for trpen-
ty-flvo years, and the -wonderful and -well-established
cures ho hna effected In that
timo provo tho sclontillc principles on
which his medicines are compounded.
Forming dlnfmosis by tho aid of the mU
I croscopo enables him to detect tho prl-
mary eause of diseases end effeot a
radical cure. Tho doctor has cured thou
oands of cases of
Uervoua Debility, Mental and Physi
cal "Weakness and Nervous)
And will forfeit SC0O for any ccoo tftfeen
under his treatment -which ha fcfla to
ill qlaasc of private diseases cusHd and
all oSa, iineennp diseases, which vitiate
the blood and Impair the system, thor
oughly and permanently cured. Hvor and
Jddney comol&ru cured. All classes of
fits cured. Tapoworm removed with head
qr no pay. OMleo hours, 10 to 3:0 and 7 to
Oleosa wno for a list of questions to
Pf. C. "W. Hlssrins. Salt Lake City, Utah,
1 Frgi I
Most always what I
I a piece of jewelry !
I costs but you re-
I member whether it
a is good or not. I
I The goods wa j
t have sold rnada our j
I reputation. S
I GLASSES TO E
I FIT THE EYES
T Arc not obtained by chance. A pair m
' fj purchased from a street vendor or jH
I j: a salesman in a store will never lit fcj
I your sight, and are liable to cause
I f considerable trouble. If you will Q
& call on Rushtner and havo your ?
4 eyes oclentlflcally examined for a
pair of Glasses, you aro suxo to bo I
! properly fitted. I
I RUSEMER'5 OPTICAL PASL0a5 i
fi 73 -West Plrat South St. g
COTTON FELT flf yiS
Bottsr than, any Eastern make! WilJ
cost jou loss money. Ask your deal
or for thorn. Look for our trade
.Utah Bedding & WVg Co,,
Salt Lako City. Utah.
ON ALL CAR LINEB.
Try fit the Next Timo You
0. C. BWINO. Proprlotor.
Headquarters for raining men and otock-mcn-
RATES $2 A DAY AMD UP.
B r, Jp LY. If you aro uexual
g I 1 it L V weak, no matter
in j f mi from what cauyof undo
yarafyW vcloped; havo stricture,
' "'" 11 varicocele. otc. MY
It i ' APPLIANCE Will euro you.
No tlrucs or electricity; 75,000 cured and
developed 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Send for
free- booklet Sent nualed. Guaranteed.
Wrlto today. R. c. Emmot, 890 Tabor
Tb ncmr applied to nearly every mechan-
icnl purpose. There Is hardly a bust- . IH
ness that does not employ It in some
form. There is not a household where ' jH
electricity cannot be used In some form jH
to advantage. lH
"WE ARE ELECTRICIANS.
Let us show you whore we can save
you time and trouble, IVc havo .some M
new inventions you ought to see. They
cannot fall to Interest you, If you be- H
Ion? to this century.
I. M. H1QLEY & CO.,
SONEST PLTJM3EBS. jH
Electric Wiring and Fixtures'.
XVJ Jiaai nisi ouulii, J. CJUJIHUue H
I Msh Received
Carload i H
OF TflE BEAUTIFUL 2
I Heller Pianos l
The finest moderate-price Piano 9 jH
ever sold here. w fil
SOLD ONLY BY jH
I Clayton Music Co. H
-4- 100 MAIN ST. A ll
EVERYTHING lUSICAL. kl
E REMEDY j I
be bought at any dealer I
I When You Can't $
Stop That Cough, x H
I Try Pitt's Old Time f
Cough Remedy. H
4- It has been tried and not found S- il
T wanting. -IH
a. Welcome; step in. X- IH
All enrs atart from
; Godbe-Fitts Drug j I
4 4 M i M It n M M 4 M 4 a - IH
Shoe Novelties H
For Ecaster. . , H
sin Swell patterns for street m
0S and dress wear, in Boots )U
Sill and Oxfords. Popular )OS '
On prices; ?1.65 to 5.00. (Hi ' I
238 and 240 Main St., 'Phono 605 '
Eik Liquor Co., I ;H
Bait Lako Agents tog H H
WM. 7. LETlTP BBEWTNQ CO.'B f
R OL Loula Draught and 1 , jH
I Bottled Boer. I I H
'Phono 2065-X. Cornor Stats 1 ll
and Pirot South. 1 H