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m ( The S.&ir Lake Tbtbtooi: Mojtday Morning-, march 21, 1904, 5
! ASSASSIN BOOTH'S
I OLD PRISON RAZED
B Senator Kearns Born in Ontario
Millions in Gold Double Eagles
jj Coined Daily.
I BY A. F. PHILIPS.
m I National Hotel, V
'! V WASHINGTON, D. C, March 20. )
Improvements of the Washington
j barracks now under way have resulted
I In the destruction of some hlstorlo
structures, landmarks which "Washlng
tonlans have pointed to for many years,
j Amons them Is the old District of
Columbia penitentiary, which was
opened for the Incarceration of crlml
nels in 1S31.
It was In this prison that the con-
eplrators to assassinate Lincoln were
t confined, and within Its walls four of
i them were tried, sentenced and cx-
ij : ecu ted. They were Payne, Atzeratt,
Herold and Mrs. Surratt.
Within the walls of this old structure
it Is eald the body of the assassin of
3 Lincoln, John Wilkes Booth, was
burled In a. grave under the middle
window on the first fioor of the build
ing, The body was removed two yeara
t In 1863 the building ceased to bo a
prison proper. The structure was
, l turned over to the War department to
I' be used for arsenal purposes. In 1867
- m the grounds were transformed, and In
r the transformation the prison portion
t ' ) of the old building was torn out and Its
I , ' 4-n-Ings transferred Into handsome resi
dences. The site of the prison became
J a beautiful flower-grown circle, and In
f its center a fountain was located that
A for many years spurted jets of spark-
fi ling water.
H When the changes were completed
II ; the arsenal was the place of beauty so
'i 1 well known to many In Washington.
II . Its grounds were strewn with old can
II ; nons and piles of cannon balls, relics of
m ', war times. About three years ago it
H j was turned over to the engineer branch
M . of the army, and the- arsenal in the
H ' old penitentiary Is now consigned to
H oblivion, and in its place will be the
Ima finest equipped training school for
1H army engineers In the world.
Vm Representative Champ Clark of the
,' H Ninth Missouri district has secured the
"-jtifi passage of a bill to raise the pension of
. fH Aunt Anna Waters of Ralls county, one
i MM ', of his constituents, from $12 to $2-4 per
. B 1 month. "She is OS years old," said Mr.
B Clark, "a widow of a soldier of the war
Hj of 1S12. I am rather inclined to be-
1 lieve though not quite certain that
she is the oldest person ever pensioned
ever Increased by Congress."
The county of Oxford, Canada, has
the enviable reputation of contributing
a Senator and two Representatives to
the Congress of the "United States.
' 1 They are Thomas Kearns of Utah and
tor - Tongrespmen McCleary of Minnesota
rnd Lucking of Michigan, the latter a
s Toclay Representative Lucking
walked over to the desk of Representa
:lve McQleary nnd placed before him a
"Look at that," said the Michigan
Democrat, pointing to a biography,
A-hlch began: "James Thompson 'Mc
Cleary, Republican, of Mankato, was
' jorn at Ingersoll, Ontario, February 5,
"Well, I have every reason to believe
3iat Is true," Bald Mr. McCleary'.
hereupon his visitor turned back a
lew pages to a Michigan biography,
"Alfred Lucking, Democrat, of De-s-olt,
was born of English and Scotch
parentage at Ingersoll, Ontario", De
fender 18, 185C."
1 "The two compared notes further for
1 1 few moments and ascertained that
I ,j hey were born within two blocks of
i tach other and hadn't found It out, al-
II hough they have become good friends
' 1 rom an acquaintance which started
H ': fhen they went to Cleveland recently
H ? is members of the Hanna funeral com-
1 "Now," said Mr. McCleary finally,
I turn back to the Utah biographies,"
ind there the two found the following:
j Thomas Kearns, Republican, of Salt
J lake City, was born near Woodstock,
MM) Ontario, April 11, 1862."
IH Woodstock Is within six miles of In-
11 ;ersoll and both towns are In the coun-
I y of Oxford.
7 More than a million dollars in gold
m louble-eaglea is the daily output at
' Tesenc of the Philadelphia mint. The
t brce at the mint is working a part of
S 1 'fho night In order to meet the pressing
V I lemand of the treasury for $20 gold
1 deces for the purpose of backing up
ihucs of gold certificates. It Is ex-
Wf -ectod this mint and tho one at San
I, franclsco will turn out 545,000,000 in
mi ;old double eaglea this month.
Hi The enormous number of stamps
landled by the Internal Revenue de-
nrtment is shown by the count just
ompletcd by a treasury committee,
j fhe report shows that In tho last three
tars the bureau has handled 6,000,000
tamps, valued at nearly 51.000,000. Tho
lat count before this one was January
t . 1901. The balance of stamps then on
H vand was 295,512,924. There have bcon
ccelvcd for Issue slnco that date
L, .840,793,840. There have been Issued
K, Incc that date 5,817,337,660, and 208,564,-
HK 0C have been delivered for destruction
Ince then, leaving on hand February
1 3, the date when the count began.
Guests for luncheon at the Capitol
R cstaurant are still marveling at the
crve displayed by a well-dressed man
'ho walked In today, took a seat.-
"apped his fingers at the nearest walt
H'' f. and brusquely ordered: "George, a
lass of water."
j 1 "Detecting the tone of a millionaire.-
WM 1 teorge mobilized his energies and
loved with great rapidity. When the
1 'ater was provided, the gusst drew a
1 'hlsky fla9k of comfortable size from
1 la pocket, emptied half the water out,
WM splaced that half with whisky, gulped
mmi own the decoction, and departed wlth-
Hl ut even "thank you."
George IS not yet through telling of
he Indignity heaped upon hlra and the
Ip that wasn't.
PHI The Board of Trade of Saratoga,
aMI x Wyoming, and Choyennc lodgo, Broth-
YrWk rhood of Boilermakers and Iron shlp-
KJH utitlers, have forwarded a petition
flH tirough Senator Clark praying for the
GH nactment of legislation to develop the
imerlcnn merchant marine.
HH Charles II. Llndley and others of Salt
II Nike have, through Congressman
H 01 ell. petitioned against the passage
rH C the Hepburn-Dollivcr bill.
JUICE OF THE BARLEY
CAUSES SAD RESULTS
F. A, Daley Furnishes D. A. .Connolly With a Description
of a Scotch Banquet Held in the Wicked
' City of Chicago.
D. A. Connolly, the well-known smelter
expert of San Francisco, now at tho
Knutsford, has received tho following in- J
terestlng contribution from F. A. Daley,
private secretary to P. L. Klmbcrly, the
Both Connolly and Daley aro Scotch
men and tho lattor attempts In this man
ner to describe to tho former a celebrated
Scotch banquet given In Chicago a while
FOR THEY WERE WISE MEN
It came to pass In the year ono thou
sand eight hundred nnd four score and
one, In the city of Palaces, dwelt certain
wise men from a far country beyond tho
(In that year tho rulers of the city did j
that which was right In their own eyes.) 1
Now theso wise men assembled them
selves together, and they said to one an
other, Go to, let us remember our brcth- 1
rcn whom wo havo left. I
For, behold, we be In i far country, and
It shall come to pass that men shall say
to us, we be nameless on the earth; ye
have fled from the land of your nativity,
because tho land of your nativity Is poor.
This thing, thercforo, will we do; wo I
will mako a great feast, so that tho nose
of whomsoever smclleth it shall tingle,
and wo will call to mind the ancient days
and the mighty deeds of our fathers. I
So they appointed a day, and many
more were gathered together a mixed !
multitude from the Land of Cakos and of
Thistles, from the West and from tho
North, and whom tho Isles of the sea.
And, behold, a great feast was prepared,
and men In white raiment ministered unto
them, and a ruler of tho feast was ap
pointed and set In tho midst.
And forthwith to each man was given
a writing of tho good things of the fcust,
end tho writing was In a tongue no man
could understand, for the language was
In tho langunge of the Crapaud, which
signifleth In tho heathen tongue, a frog.
And some there were who pretended to
know the writing and the Interpretation
thereof; now, these were hypocrites: for
they know but six letters of tho writing
and thoso letters wcie HAGGIS, and
even this much was a great mystery.
FOR THEY WERE HUNGRY.
And the dishes no man could number;
tho people ate mightily as It were, the
apaco of one hour. And no man spako to
his nelphbor till his Inner man was com- (
And while thoy ate, behold, there drew
near three mighty men of valour, clothed
In many colored garments; and they boro
In their arms musical Instruments shaped
hko unto a beast of prey.
And thoy blow mightily upon what
scorned to bo the tall thereof, and
straightway camo thoro forth shrieks and
sound as If It wero the howling of the
And the hearts of the people were com-
Editor Tribune: From several of tho
ex-dlrectora of the Home-Finding associa
tion theao facts are learned:
The annual meeting of the association
for the election of officers should havo
been held the last Tuesday In October,
1833. or as soon as possiblo after that date.
Article IV., Sec. 3, The president has
called no meeting for this election, al
though some of the directors havo desired
this meeting to effect a change in the ad
ministration Save for two "called" meet
ings to .consider the Roso controversy, no
meetings have been held slnco October,
1SD2, although tho constitution declares
that these meetings bo held on the second
Tuesday In November, February, May and
August. Article IV., Sec. 7.
Money nnd other contributions have been
given tho association of which the direc
tors have received no report. The expen
ditures and receipts of this association are
not known by the directors.
According to article V., sec. 7, tbo di
rectors should have the direction of tho
receiving, placing and supervision of tho
cblldron, but even Information has been
refused thorn by tho superintendent, who
has assumed to herself supremo control.
(Since tho Rose controversy two other
names have been chosen to assist In tho
supervision of theso children, Dr. E. V.
Silver and Mrs, Shepherd.)
The directors have been allowed no ac
tive part In tho work of this association,
nor has any attempt at Investigation on
the part of several of these directors been
allowed by tho superintendent. Tho su
perintendent is considered but a servant
of tho association, and should "act un
der direction" of the board. The presi
dent defers to tho wishes of tho superin
tendent rather than to tho wishes of the
Threo directors wlthdrow from this or
ganization, tho Infants' homo on I street,
and resigned February 15th, because they
could no longer tolerate a one-woman ad
ministration. Should not tho directors
direct or resign?
Dr. E. V. Sliver, a charter member of
this Homc-Flndlng association, upon
hearing the action taken nt the called
meeting March loth, sent In his resigna
tion to tho secretary March ICtlu Dr. Sil
ver was not present at this meeting,
which was attended by seven of the fif
Bx-Dlrcctors Mrs. Hugh Park, 40 J
street; Mrs. Charles MCMahon. 40 J street;
Mrs. Gould Blakely, 23-1 Third East street.
Dr. E. V, Silver's unconditional resig
nation has been sent in March 16th but
has not yet been acted upon by the board.
Mrs. Haensley, 1302 Thirteenth East
forted, for this Is that wherein their great
And wlno was brought In vessels, but
tho children of tho North would havo none
of these; for they quenched their thirst
with, the Dow of the Mountain, which Is
tho water of fire.
Then spake tho wise men of tho con
gregation unto them and called to mind
the ancient days and mighty deeds of
their fathers. And tho people rejoiced ex
ceedingly. Now It camo to pass when thoy had
eaten, and drunken greatly, even unto tho
full, that tho hinges of their tongues wero
loosened yea, even the Joints of their
And the ruler of the feast fled to his
home, and a third part of the multitude
followed, and a third part remained, say
ing, "Wo thirst;" and a third part rose
up to play.
And they played after the fashion of
their country, and their movements re-.
sembled the peregrinations of a hen upon
a grldlo which Is hot Yot they seemed to
think It pleasant, for they shouted with
Now, as for them that wero athlrat,
behold, their drinking was steady, but
their limbs, wore not so; yea, thoy also
shouted for Joy and sang amazingly.
FOR THE JUICE WAS GOOD.
And they answered ono to another, and
said that, notwithstanding the crowing of
tho cock or the dawning of the day, thoy
should still partake of tho Juice of the
barley. So they encouraged one another
with these words.
Now it came to pass as thoy sat one
came and said that he had seen a strange
fire in tho sky, but what It was ho could
And some said, "It Is tho Moon," and
others said, "It Is the Sun." and some said.
"Doth tho sun rise in the wost?" And
others said, "This is not tho west, but the
oast," and some said. "Which is it, for wo
per eel vo two In the aky?"
And ono salth, "I see nothing" Now,
tho name of that man "vaa Blln Foo. Ho
was the son of Fill Foo, and his brethren
Bung Foo, Sing Foo, Greet Foo and Dam
Foo were 6pecchlCBs.
Then each man bado his neighbor fare
well, embracing arid vowing . eternal
trlendship. and some were borne home by
men In scanty raiment, and others In car
1 iages which Jingled as they went, and
others drove their own chariots home,
nnd saw many strange sights, for they
found grass growing and ditches In tho
midst of the way whero they had not per
ceived them before.
And It came to pass that In tho morning
many lamented, and took no breakfast
that day, and the men In white raiment
brought unto them many cunnlng-dcvlsed
drinks, yea, pick-me-ups, for their tongues
clove untn tho roofs of their mouths, and
tho spittle on their beards was llko unto
a small sllvcn coin, even a sixpence.
But when they thought of the previous
day they rejoiced again, for they said.
"Our brethren whom wo have loft will
hear of It at the feast of tho New Year,
and they shall be strengthened for our la
street, a woman who has had trouble with
the superintendent concerning a child
which was glvon her by the superintend
ent for adootlon. After three months tho
superintendent demands back the child.
Mrs. Haensley threatened to take tho
matter Into court. Sbc still has the baby,
but has not been able to get the necessary
adoption papers from tho superintendent,
although It Is understood that she holds a
paper signed by tho superintendent giv
ing her pcrmlssloln to adopt the child.
Iv. R. A.
Q J. SS 1? O 22. !Z J3u .
Boara tho 3 Kind You Hata Always Bought
D. J. Sharp Coal company have No.
423 on the new' Utah Independent Tele
phone company's exchange.
It will pay you to attend Vogeler'a
rose sale on Tuesday. "
( Eat Royal bread. Jt Is pure and
wholesome. Sold everywhere.
-f Cases Set for Today.
f DISTRICT COURT.
Division No. 1 Hon. W. C. Hall,
4- Judge. -f
W. II. Hurd vs. S. Hays.
4- Division No, 2 Hon. S. W. Stow-
4- art, Judge. -f
-f Oregon Short Line Railroad com-
4- pany vs. J, S. Jones ct al. 4-
4- Division No. 3 Hon. C. W. Morse, 4-
4- Judge. 4-
4- No setting. 4-
4- Division No. 4-Hon. T. D. Lewis. 4-
4- W. C. Stango vs. Utah Savings 4-
4- and Trust company. 4-
4- Improved Brick company vs. 4"
4- Maccono et al. 4-
4. CITY COURT. 4-
4- Civil Division Hon. H. S. Tamier, -f
4- Judge. 4-
4- Van Order Corset company vs. 4-
4- Max H. Harris. 4.
Si is a Matter of Henfth
A B6aUtiflll erais one crowd-
ed with showy
$10 Cut GlaSS merchandise
' and imitations
BOWl for $5 of all that is
good and a buy-
1-5 Oft On er has only the
I, jt integrity of the
all Oilier merchant from
tn , r whom he buys
CUt (llaSS between him
this week. Ttf tul
white, brilliant and well cat when alone
and only by contrast with another piece
can its superior or inferior merits be rec
ognized by one not experienced.
It is our purpose to sell superior mer
chandise on the closest possible margin of
profit and to stimulate trade and interest
cut glass buyers we have had cut to
our order a quantity of bowls in four dif
ferent cuttings (designs) t which we will
offer Monday and until Saturday at $5,00
each. These bowls are of the most use
ful size, cut from the purest white crystal
glass by the best glass cutters in America
and equal to any $10.00 bowl offered by
any other house in Utah
We do not expect anyone who is in .
need of coal and potatoes to buy cut glass
bowls, but if anyone is in need of a cuf
glass bowl buy one of these and come
early as the supply is limited
Besides this special article our entire
stock of cut glass and iti is the largest
in Utah is offered this week at 20 per
cent discount from our regular plain
We have two 1'arge shipments of glass
on the way and propose to convert as
much as we can of our present stock into
cash before they arrive Cut glass is not
only for the rich, but, bought at our
prices is within the reach of even the
poor, and will give a touch of beauty to
an otherwise forlorn-looking table and joy
to the heart of the wife
We will send one of these $5.00 bowls
to any out-of-town address upon receipt
of price and refund the money if pur
chaser is not satisfied
Phone 65 for the correct time
SALT LAKE CITY.
I-n,-rmi,. 1 1 n n muni puffiMiwwtam
ONE PRICE TO ALL NEVERNDERSOLD H
1 MtHIHDHH S-H-4-H-H-44-j Hi III H II II I I tlUMI
Is the opening of
I (f 0ur Prin9 Showing of
I TCW CAPTIVATING- CREATIONS. EX-
' VZ?r PONENTS OF THE LOFTIEST CON- ,
I fg CEPTIONS IN MIKLINERY GRACE
. ' ' 5V AND BEAUTY.
lSv We announce this exhibit ns being .
j f I 7 decidedly the most attractive we have it
( C ever Prescnted. ?ot a style approved IH
J) by the highest court of fashion, but IH
v Lf has Its counterpart In this magnificent IH
t gathering. Thdre arc H
j PHTTERN HHTS ' H
In all their airy gracefulness perfect visions of exclusive daintiness. J
j OCR OWN PRdDUeTIOHS 1 H
i Charming duplicates, modifications and reflexes of the favorite Parisian
modes, and difficult to distinguish from the originals.
I TRIMMED HHTS H
i For misses and children, In extremely becoming effects, irresistible In !
style and price. No special invitations. All Invited. i
g U iH
2 Over the left shoulder, it's a luclcy look, but a better look still IH
? will be to come in and see our 2sTEW SPRING SUITS. They g jH
$ are handsome as can be. Looking at them over either shoul- $
der, you will say that they are J
f .Spring Beaetles.ae s
1 This label, "HIRSH, WICKWIEE AND CO., "HAND-
MADE" This lab J
The workmanship first class, the fits perfect, the patterns $
2 exclusive, equal in every way to the high-priced merchant-
tailored garments, at one-half to one-third of the price. J WM
o It costs you nothing for a look, or a try-on. fl
0 Yours Anxious to Please.
1 ROWE KELLY CO., I
ONE PRICE. 132 Main St. PLAIN FIGURES. jH
- Clothiers and Furnishers. O
k MEDICINES FR.EE i mmM
FR ALL CATARRHAL CHR0NIC DISEASES. J i
This Special Rato Applies to All j
J& Until Further Notice 1 '1
"iJi WT1 AT.SD nTTR.Fi AU Chronlo Diseases of tho ""4 i 'H
Lunes, Stomach, Kidneys und Liver and Diseases or mm
I'ilyja Women Nervous and Prlvato Diseases. ffjy '
In All Private Diseases of Men, to Show Our Good FaJlh and Skill, we aro j
Alwaya Willing to Wait For Our Fee Unlil a Cure is Effected.
i I" I X Mmm
Contracted Disorders What " Wcafctiess " is and VARICOCELE. jj
Bo Bare jour on re U HOW Wo ClirB It. Abwlntolr palnle f mm
tb0I0U0L.nr,rnr treatment tUt cure. R mM
J our patient! boa ovor rnmnlMlnlr Ininstl. ft 1
had relapse nftor So called "YToakncJu" In men 1 11101017 our method it U
S being dlwhaivcil i a Bjtuplom of ouronlo lulinnimallon In f. the 0nlr iorouffhlT H
j oaroil. and wo cure la the urofcWte gland. brOu:au on by earlr iclenMflo treatment for
1 low time than tho or- dissipation or by tbo Improper troau f gu aa UTdb om 0 MmM
8 dluar7 forms ot treat- mcnt of ome oontiacied dlioaie. A XiorecL H ll
mont require complete and radical ouro U, therefore. Jt j
a quotllon of restoring tho prostate 'i mm
I gland to lt normal tUlo, und thlj ne a H
c-irir- utnnrf Pnlenn ttccomplloh promptly and completely Spcrrrmtorrhoea, H mmm
SpecIH: BlOOd Poison. tn),rt tho uie of Internal rumedlj. Sirlotaro, I'll r,
Ho daneeroac mineral! Our treatment Is a local oce antlraly. hunt Alunliood, I H
1 to drlru the vlru to It la original and solontlno, and ha Hydrooelo, Soiul- J 1
I tbo Interior, but harm- ton proven abeOluuily eUcctive by sal AVoahuess, H
I lavs blood-olcantlog tboutando of tctta. Wo are eonTlnced etc, r ulio I H
H rsmodlos, that reiaoro that by no othor ruotbods can full and niuonc ell. jj IH
B the laet polaonoui permanent restoration of (trength and msos wn euro lmm
B taint. vigor be aocomplloUcd. to stay cured. j liBil
j HOME CURES BY MAIL.
7 make a apeolalty of curinn patlenU by mail. Yo hare cured thousands who have
nevor aeen os poraoually If you are nillloted and cannot call, write u Tor advice and free iymp- J lplH
torn blanks and ne will gladly adTlieyou regarding your caee. free of charge. j IVIH
Offlce Hours: 9 a. m. to t p. xn.; Uronlngs, I to 8; Sundays nnd Holidays 10 a. m. ta 10. I H
DRS. SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, 66WgcS:
fin,, 1 inn 1 'II r .- .. pJH
STEEL FOLDING GO-CABT. mmW
Fold so you can tnlco It on the street car, light and Indestructible. If you f'mmmm
see them you will buy one. 1
T, X. L. FURNITURE & CARPET INSTALLMENT HOUSE completo ''iilH
house furnishers, -IS B. 2nd So, St. Terms, U 00 on S10.00: $10 00 on $100.00. No l'iH