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STATE MINE INSPECTOR BELL of
Idaho Is crltlcallv 111 in this city. His con
dition was such that the attending physi
cians decided to send for Mrs, Bell, who
resides at Blackfoot.
I MID-DAT LENTEN SERVICES are be
ing held in tho mining and stock exchange
each day during this "Holy" week. Thoy
oommenco at 12:05 and close at 12:3) p.
m, promptly, and nro for tho business peo-
i plo of tho cltv, who nro Invited to bo
present at today's service. Rev. George
O Hunting, superintendent ot St. Mark's
hospital, will ofnclate, tho subject of hla
address being "Character."
CHIEF OF POLICE W. J. LYNCn and
! Oapt. John B. Burbldgo went to Sanietn
county yesterday to examlno a team of
I horses offorod for sale to tho city for tho
patrol servlco. Sorgt. Hcmpol was mado
I acting Chief during tho absence of tho
j hlch officials. ,
I FIRE IN THE ROOF of tho residence-
i of A. E. Garbcr. at 3C5 West Fifth South
.street, aout 0;30 yesterday morning,
started by an over-heated stow was cx"
tlngulshcd by the, department with nomi
nal loss, V
Tho one place for comfort an! cle
arance. Fireproof; telephones in very
room; modern In every way.
D. J. Sharp Coal Co,
Office, 73 South Main street. Tele
phones 71D and 430.
Rock Springs and Cumberland lump,
nut and slack.
I METEOROLOGICAL RECORD.
For Sail Lako and Vicinity Showers
Monday; warmer In north portion, Tues
Montana Fair In east, rain in west por
tion; rising temperature Monday; " Tues
day fair. . ,, n
New Mexico and Arizona Fair Monday
and Tuesday, excopt occasional showers
In north portion. , , ,
Yesterday's record at tho local offlco ot
tho weather bureau:
Maximum temperature. 43 degrees; min
imum tcmporaturc 30 degrees;, mean tem
perature 3S degrocs, which is 8 degrees
below tho normal.
I Accumulated deficiency of tompcratur
since the 1st of the month. 16 degrees.
I Accumulated excess of tcmpcraturo
since January 1st. fl degrees,
i Total precipitation from '5 p. m. to 6
p. in., to Inch.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
Binco tho 1st of tho Month. 1.37 Inches.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
slnco the 1st of January -2.30 Inches..
R, J. HYATT, Local Forecaster.
I "We are prepared to invest your funds
no that they will bring you the largest
. returns compatible with safety. You
hold the security. Wc do the work. Mc
Gurrln & Co., 134 Main st.
IS. C. EWING GETS :
LICENSE TO WED
jj 'A raarriago llcenso was granted at
Farmlngton last week to Samuel C. Ew
i lng and Miss Ilelma Walstrom, both of
this city, according to tho Davis County
J Clipper. Mr. Ewing Is tho proprietor of
1 tho Cullen hotel, of which Institution Miss
' "Walstrom has been housekeeper for about
. thirteen years pst.
Mr. Ewlng could not be seen last even
, ing, and it Is not known whether or not
tha marriage has taken place. None of
tho hotel employees knew anything of tho
affair, ami seemed greatly surprised at
I tho information that a marrlago llcenso
had been secured.
I Mr. Ewing Is 55 years of age and is very
l well known In this city, having been pro
prietor of tho Cullen hotel since tho open
, lug of the hostelry many years ago.
The llcenso was issued In DavlH county
l last Tuesday. It Is presumed that tho
P couple- Journeyed to tho Utah Gretna
I Green to avoid publicity.
I PERSONAL MENTION.
B. X. C. Stott. the well-known mining
man of Eureka, spent Sunday at the Cul
len. A, R. Jacoby of this city has been a
Kut-st at tho Wellington hotel In New
York for several dayH past.
E. S. Footo, formerly a membpr of the
, Legislature In Utah, came up from Tooele
yesterday and Is stopping at the Cullen.
Former State Senator Kennedy of Ana
conda, Mont., who Is now manager of the
Anaconda Standard, is In tho city on a
business trip, and is at tho Wilson.
Col. William ML Springer, president of
Hi X."ulon stock yards at Denver, Is stay
ing at the Wilson. Col. Springer Is one of
tho foremost Importers of blood horses in
tho country, and has just returned from
Europe, whoro he has been making sev
oral important additions to his stud.
I AT HOME ONCE MURE.
In our new warerooms at 51 and 53
South Main street. Our lino of pianos
and organs is second to none In Utah.
Our prices are right and terms easy.
Our latchstring Is always out. Van
Bant and Chamberlain, 61 and. 63 South
I WANTED TO SEE THE
CORPSE OF HIS VICTIM
Dennis Murphy was very drunk, and
equally indignant when ho was taken to
tho police stutlon last night and Informed
that he would bo held under ?10 bonds for
assault and battery.
"Whersh mon OI (hie) 'Faulted?" de
manded Murphy, as ho steadied himself
against tho railing behind which the desk
sergeant stood. "01 wanllcr.shco mon OI
hit (hie) sheer'
At this a boy about 14 years old stepped
up and said that he was the ono who had
"Yo7" yelled tho Irishman, in disgust.
"Av Ol'd a hit tho likes o' yez, yo'd be In
Officer Selgfus, who made tho arrest,
declared, however, that Murphy had made
an unprovoked assault on the boy, strik
ing him In the faco with both fist and a
anc, and Murphy sent for a friend, who
put up tho $10 required to insure bis ap
pearance In Police court.
I "Better out than In" that hurrior that
you notice. To bo sure It's out and all
pui, take Hood's SarsaparMa.
I "The Duty of Beinp Happy
Is an essential of development fre
quently overlooked." So wo have an
Idea that we're helping the condition
a little with perfect laundry work.
1G6 Main street.
I Conference Notice.
For the April Conference the S. P., L.
A. & S. Li. R, R. have granted greatly
reduced rates from all points on their
line to Salt Lake City and return.
Tickets on sale April 1st to Gth Inclu
sive, limit April 12th and 15th. For
train service and rates sec agents Salt
Lako Route, or J. L. Moore, commer
cial agent. Salt Lake City.
'Call us over new Independent Tele
phone. KIMBALL TRANSFER CO.
ASSAY TEST ON
Third of Dr. - Paden's Popular Lec
tures on. the Mormon
"Gospel3, Apocryphal- and Real," waa
tho title of Dr. William M. Paden's ser
mon last night. It was. In. a way, a con
tinuation of liis sermons on .tho Book of
Ncphl, and again a large congregation as
sembled to hear him.
Ho first gavo an accountof the apocry
phal gospels, of the Infancy, NicodcmuE,
tho Birth of tho Virgin and others. These
he compared and classed with the gospel
according to Nophl, which ho had explained
and dealt with tho two preceding Sundays.
"Much In these so-called gospels any ono
could quoto or gather from tho real gos
pols; tho greater part of the rest of tho
matter, of tho rest that Is not copied,
any ono could write."
After this Dr. Pailon went on to speak
of tho manner In which each of tho real
gospels added something' of real worth to
the pictures of Christ. Thus Matthew lm
provos on Mark, Luke on Matthew and
Mark and John on them all. "Does Third
Nephl add anything worth whllo to tho
picture?" he asked.
Luko glvwi us tho story of the Prodigal,
John the story' of tho bad Samaritan, Mat
thew has given us many paniblos. What
docs Ncphl add which deserves to bo
classed with such revelations? How does
it coma that this so-called fifth gospel
gives us no now parables? One real orig
inal parahlo of tlio class tha,t Is found in
tho gospol according to Matthow would
glvo It tho nocessary standing. Ono grand
now chapter Ilko the fifteenth of Luko or
tho third of J6hn would bo as great a
surprlso .In the gospc.1 according to Nophl
as a psalm like tho twenty-third would ba
In tho early part of tho Book of Mormon.
Concerning tho authenticity of the
would-bo fifth gospel Dr. Padon mado uso
of a very appropriate and telling slmllo.
Ho, said: 'The question Is not, whore do
men say they got It. but, Is It gold? These
four nuggots are gold. If your supposed
npggot Is not, it matters little whoro you
got It. your father and grandfather may
have bscn mistaken. You muBt submit to
tho gold lest."
HAROLD BAUER .
Distinguished Pianist Arrives and. Is
Entertained by Prof. lacClellan
At the First Congregational church this
evening Harold Baur will appear In con
cert under the auspices of thePhllharruonla
Guaranteeing association. Great Interest
has been aroused over the appearance of
this gifted pianist, and a largo audience
is assured. Tho programme will begin at
SO o'clock, and Mr. Bauer will play the
Preludo and Fugue in B Minor (op. Co)
Sonato In F Sharp Minor Schumann
Nocturne' In F Sharp Minor
Etudo In C Minor
Impromptu In A Flat ...Schubert
Mephlsto Waltz Liszt
Mr. Bauer arrived yesterday morning
and Is stopping at the Knutsford. He
will not bo in Salt Lako long, as ho has to
go-to Boise, Ida., .to fulfil an engagement
on Tuesday, from whence he goes direct
to Denver. He was entertained at tho
Commercial club last evening by Prof. J.
J. McCIellan and other local musicians.
AT THE TABERNACLE
No ono could speak too highly of the
work done by Prof. John J. McCIellan at
the organ recital In the Tabernacle yes
terday afternoon. A largo number of
strangers drank In the melody and every
ono was enthusiastic In expressing pleas
ure and admiration when tho concert was
over. Harold Bauer, the great pianist,
was among thoso presont, and he took oc
casion to compliment Prof. McCIellan and
to praise tho wonderful qualities of the
Tho. principal numbers on tho pro
gramm ewcr.c "Isolde's Love's Death,"
from "Trlstam and Isolde." by Wagner,
and tho church sceno from Mascagnl's
opera, "Carallcria Rustlcana." When
the concert was over Mr. Bauer gladly ac
cepted Prof. McClellan's invitation and
played tho gTcat Instrument for half an
hour. Ho was completely carried away
with it, especially the string effects.
HELD'S MUSIC MAKERS
IN NEW UNIFORMS
Hold's band had its usual large audience
at tho Grand last night and gave a well
selected programme In honor of tho new
uniforms which tho band woro for ,tho
first time, and which mado a nno show
ing. Of the band numbers the most pop
ular and best received waa the "Bohemian
Girl" selection; and one which showed
much careful handling and long practice
was tho andante from Haydn's "Surprise"
symphony. A now march, composed by
Mr. Schuster, was played for the flrst
time and gained much applause.
Fred C. Graham usod his beautiful voice
with much effect and was twice encored.
He sung especially well tho "Irish Lovo
Song," by Lang. Mrs. Mary .Partridge
Price, tho sopranp, and Mr. Schuster, the
violinist of tho. occasion, also got encores
for their selections.
AMUSEMENTS. - !
The Roso Cecelia Shay Opera company
opons Its engagement at tho Salt Lake
Theatro tonight in "Carmen."
Richards Ss Prlngle's Georgia Minstrels
will be at tho Grand Theatro tonight.
The seat sale for Isabel Irvine's engage
ment at the Grand begins tomorrow.
Gravel, Sand, Sediments In the urine are
cured by Oregon Kldnoy Tea.
A French Process
Of laundering laco curtalna enables ua
to do the most perfect work In the city.
Thinking of cleaning house this spring?
166 Main street.
A. P.. Edler, Lawyer,
Moved to 5th floor Atlas Block.
Don't Be Deceived
Br reports that we are going to move.
Signs arc oftlmes calculated to deceive.
We are not going to move, but will re
main at our old stand under the Descret
National bank, where we have been lo
cated since 1889.
THE HOMER ABSTRACT COMPANY.
Eat Royal-- bread. - It Is pur and
.vrholesome. Sold everywhere-
WOULD SAVE SHOCKLEY FROM
DEATH BEFORE A WHITE WALL
Mother, Sister and Friends of the Self-Confessed Murderer
Make an Appeal to the People of Utah for
Mercy in His Bshalf.
" ' . i i
rf -f . "
BELLE, Mo., March 25, 1904.
To the Good People of Utah and Salt Lake City.
I appeal to you for mercy for my boy. Your laws
are just and those trho violate them deserve punishment.
If his life could re'store to those widows' their hus-
bands, I would try to make the sacrifice and give him
up, but it can never bring back those lives. He is all
the boy we have, and if you knew him as I knew him to
be when he first went away from home, you would cer-
tainly be merciful, for he was then an innocent, warm-
He is young and if you would only spare hia life I
am sure he would do all in his power torightthe wrong
he has done and warn other boys to guard against the
temptations which have caused his downfall.
Praying and hoping that you may be merciful, I
remain, PL's Loving and Broken-Hearted Mother,
POLLY L. SHOCKLEY.
Plea of SLster.
BELLE, Mo., March 21. People of
Utah: I take this the ' only
way possible to address you
and would to God I could
take each of you by the hand
while I appeal to you for mercy In be
half of my poor erring, misguided
brother, James McPherson Shockley.
Fathers, who have your sons with
you whero you can advise and gnldo
them, possibly they have escaped the
temptations, tho snares and the pitfalls
of tho world. God grant It may be so.
Pause for a moment and think of this
father here in MiSFOurl, whose only son
Is at your mercy. This father strove
both by example and precept to guide
his son in the paths of honesty and up
rightness, but the boy wandered away
from home and Its blessed Influence
and strayed from the paths of right.
Mothers, who day by day see your
sons around you and can lie down at
night and know- they are safe from
harm, think of this mother whose only
son, though stained with sin, is yet the
She still feels for him that mother
love a love that abides and endures,
than which there Is no greater, and
which none but mothers can fully
Each and all who have a brother
know what my sister and I feel at this
time. He Is young and there is a hope
that if his life is spared he may, by
right living in the future, atone for
May God in his Infinite wisdom move
your hearts with compassion, and may
Ho put It Into the minds of those who
have the administration of your lawa
in their power to temper Justice with
mercy, is the prayer of his heartbroken
sister, ELIZA POE.
Statement of Citizens.
BELLE, Mo., March 24. We, the un
dersigned, desire to make a few state
ments relative to James McPherson
Shockley, whom you have in custody.
A statement written and signed by
Rev. C. H. Logan, Dr. I. M. Owens and
G. D. Underwood, cashier of Belle
bank, has already been published in
Salt Lake City. That statement gave
a sketch of his family and of the high
epteem In which they are held here,
and in this statement we shall speak
only of the young man himself
We do not seek to justify his crime,
but we think that a wrong- Impression
has been made in the minds of tho peo
ple of your State concerning his early
llfe, and we sincerely desire to let you
know the truth in Uie matter.
We have lived neighbors to his pa
rents since his early childhood and can
truthfully make the following state
ments: As a child he was bright and quick to
learn and as he Brew up he was a fa
vorite with his teachers, schoolmates
and companions. At school his deport
ment, as shown by reports given him
by his teachers, was good.
He was never a vicious boy, and while
he sometimes engaged in-boyish pranks
or tricks, even these were of such a na
ture a3 to exhibit traits common to
boys, and were not In the least indica
tive of inherent wickedness or crime.
Knowing these to be facts, wc think It
Justly due not only to his family, but to
the younger man himself to let it be
known to the people of your State, and
wo send this, kindly asking you to
publish the same in your paper, and as
it la a case of life and death and as his
trial comes off so soon, we would re
spectfully ask you to publish it at your
very earliest convenience. Most sin
C. L. OWENS
S. A. CRIDER,
v CELT A STOCKTON.
SHOCKLEY'S CRIMES IN SALT LAKE AND OTHER CITIES.
"When I started out to turn a trick I !
never thought of .tho possibility that I
might have to kill someone. I knew that
if I had 575,U,CO0 and a man got the drop
on mo I would give it up before I would
think of resistance. It never occurred to
mo that anyone would be so foolish as to
risk his lifo for n little .money. Robbing
tho street car company did not seem so
bad as robbing an Individual I never
took a 5-cent pleco from a worklngman.
I always asked tho street car men If I
liad taken any of their own money, and 1
told them that I did not want their
watches or anything that bolonged to
Tills was tlio statement made by James
M. Shockley after he had confessed to the
killing of Motorman Amasa Glcason and
Conductor Thomas Brighton at tho end of
the East First South car lino on tho night
of January Cth last.
It is doubtful If Shockley could have
been held for trial without his confession.
His roommate. Percy Prothero, Informed
tho police that Shockley had gone out on
tho night of tho murder and como back
palo and agitated, but Prothcro's evidence
was not conclusive.
Guided by Prothero. the police arroatcd
Shockley on the street and took him to
tho city Jail. To avoid a mob of angry
etreet car men ho was dressed as a po
liceman and spirited away to the peniten
tiary for safekeeping.
For five days he stood Uio ordeal of in
cessant questioning without a sign of
weakness. When his confession came It
cam voluntarily. Tlio sonsc of guilt, deep
remorse and a fear of tho hereafter ac
complished what tho officers had failed
Guilty as ho admitted himself to be of
tho double murder and of a half-dozen
street car hold-ups during tho previous
summer, he declared that lifo was sweet
und that nc preferred to oxplnto his crime
in prison lather than on tho scaffold. IIo
Insisted that ho flred only as a Inst resort
when Conductor Brighton was snapping a
revolver at his head and ho thought
every moment would bo his last.
When arraigned, on tlio cliargo of mur
der in the first degree he accepted tho ad
vice of his attorneys, Wilson & Smith, and
pleaded not guilty. Popular exclte-ncnt
had then subsided and Shockley was taken
to tho county Jail, where ho has been
hell pending his trial, which Is to begin
The young man has been In all tho
Western States, Berved with tho regular
army In tho Philippines, winning a brevet
rank, rc-cnllsted and deserted from the
Philippines, had much success as a lifo
Insurance agent and advertising solicitor
and had worked at Idaho Falls Just pre
vious to Uie street car murder, as waiter
in a restaurant. He admits that ho has
always been too proud to do manual la
bor, and that he would rather be dead
than "live on frco lunches."
Finding himself and his partner, Pro
thero, In Salt Lake without work or
mo.joy, ho turned to highway robbery as
an expedient for tiding over tho omer
goncy. and murder resulted.
Hoping that they may Hecuro mercy for
tho criminal, tho sorrowing mother and
daughter havo sent their appeal to The
NEWSWOMAN ROBBED OF $20
BY JUVENILE HOUSEBREAKERS
Whllo Mrs. Coates, the "newswoman,"
was yesterday plying her usual avocation
on tho streets, her home in Cbesncy court
was entorod by robbers, who stolo $20
that ,sho had laid away for the payment
of her house rent. "Chick" Tyler, a flf-tcen-year-old
boy with a rather "tough"
reputation, who lives "at 53 West Third
South street, has confessed to being tho
principal in tlio burglary, and James
Watson, alias "Skllley." and Stanloy Ras
musscn, nowsboya of 11 and 12 years of
age. are In Jail with him on the chargo of
being accessories in tho crlmo.
It was quito late last evening when
Mrs. Coatcii returned to bcr home and dis
covered that hor money, which she had
. left In a small box In tho cupboard, was
missing. She at onco mado Inquiries,
which resulted In hor learning that a
crowd of boys had beon hanging about
her houoo during the afternoon, and sho
then reported to tho pollco such facts as
she had been able to glean. This resulted
in tho pollco assembling at tho station a
gang or nlno or ten "newsies," several of
whom testified to having seen the Tyler
boy spending money quite freely during
tho afternoon, ono example of his open
handedness having been tho treating of
a half-dozen boys and girls to baths at
the Sanitarium. "Skllloy" and Stanloy
Rjfcsmuason went furthor under close
questioning and. said that Tyler had given
them money, $1 and 53.50. respectively,
being tho amounts specified.
Rasmusson said that ho had paid some
debts with part of the monoy given him.
had spent some In other ways and had
cached tho remainder behind a certain
billboard. Detcctlvo Chase went with the
boy to the placo designated and found 75
cents of the money. "Skllley" had spent
all of his dollar.
Further "sweating" brought from theso
two boys tho admission that thoy had
stood at tho door of Mrs. Coatcs's house
while Tyler extracted the 520 from the
box In tho cupboard, and when Tyler was
I found he quite readily confessed to having
enacted the leading role in the daylight
burglary. He had left but a small plt-
I tnnco of tho stolen spoils.
i " -
10 outgoing calls per month. No
i chargo for Incoming calls, 2Vc for ex
cess calls, j
by using our now Independent Tclc
phone Call No. 922.
CHRISTENSEN BROS MARKET.
MOFFAT LINE KEEPS
Accounts of tho Moffat lino show that
tho building Is progressing at as fxist a
:ato aa tho difficulties of construction will
nllow. Chief IOnglnoer Sumner makes a
statement that tho roadbed is completed,
as far as Boulder Pork, somo fifty miles
west of Denver.
"Tho route of the road In Utah has by
no means boon dotcrmlnod on," ho said.
"Our surveyors arc now merely explorlpg
tho Utah valloy and curroundlngs. and
calculating on how tho best grado may bo
obtained. Several lines will bo run through
that country, and the exact routo will bo
doclded later on, after wo have found
which will bo the most economical."
A roport has been current In Utah coun
ty that tho road will miss vernal by sonio
thirty-five miles. Mr. Sumner said that
thoro could bo no foundation for this n3
yet, as tlio naturo o tho ground to bo
covered required that many preliminary
surveys must be made beforo anything
could bo determined on. Thrco hundred
mllos of lines wero run beforo they could
dccldo on tho sixty miles of routo tliat lay
botweon Denver and tho main rango of
BURT WILL BUILD
Horace G. Burt, former president of the
Union Pacific, has other and larger fish
to fry, as tho saying Is, besides Ids en
gagement with tho Russian Government
In connection with tho operation of tho
Siberian railroad, says the Denver News.
It has Just transpired that Mr. Burt, hav
ing consulted with President Roosovclt.
sailed for tho East a fow weeks ago
carrvlng vlth him tho President's promise
of tlio commission of superintendent ot
a system of Govornment railways which
Is to bo constructed In tho Philippines.
Tho real mission of Mr. Burt In tlio
far East may bo in tho Interest of tho
Russian Government and again it may
not; It will bo short-lived whatever It Is.
As soon as tho United States is ready to
begin actual work upon tho contemplated
railway lines In tho tropics, Mr. Burt will
go to tho Philippines.
Tho news of Mr. Burt's real plans was
flrst Intimated by E. C. Rich of Omaha,
assistant attorney for tho Union Pacific
railroad, who was a Denver visitor re
cently. Ho said; "I do not think that
It was Mr Burt's Intention to enter tho
cmplov of tho Russian Govcmmont when
ho resigned the presidency of tho Union
Pacific. That camo later and, T think,
after his consultation with President
Roosovelt. It is a fact that Mr. Burt
and the President held a conferenco in
tho East Just beforo tho former railroad
president sailed for Europe."
"Did their mooting concern rallroad
Imr?" was asked.
"Well, yes. I understand that It was
decided that Mr. Burt would go to tho
Philippines in connection with tho con
struction of a systom of Government rail
ways there," said Mr. Rich.
"Would he have charge of tho deal
that Is. superintend It?" waa asked.
"Yes, I twllevo that Is It," was tho
IT. G. Powell, agent of the Illinois Cen
tral. I back In town from a business trip
ho has been making in tho north.
Superintendent J. H. Young of the RIo
Grande Western returns today from a
trip ho has been making ovor tho road.
B. H. House, assistant engineer of tho
Western Pacific, was In town at tho end
of tho week, and reported that good pro
gross was being made In tho survey of
that road. No definite location hns as yet
been made, an tho preliminary line3 aro
still being run. ,
Cases Set for Today. f
Division No. 1 Judgo Hall.
-f- F. W. Gardiner Co. vs. W. T. -f
-f Benson ct al.
4- Frank Hlggins vs. John W.
4- Mitchell ct al.
4- Division No. S-Judgo Stowart.
4- Minnie V. Conner vs. Salt Lako 4-
4- Poter Anderson vs. R. A. Kcycs. 4-
4- Division No. S Judgo Morso. 4-
4- No court. 4-
4- Division No. 4 Judgo Lewis. 4-
4- Improved Brick company vs. John 4-
4- Maccono. 4-
4. CITY COURT. 4-
4- Civil Division Judgo Tanner. 4-
4- Utah Imp. Co. vs. Matthews. 4-
4- Tuttlo Bros. vs. C. H. Labelle. 4-
4- Fred Taylor vs. Mrs. L. G. 4-
4- Majors. 4-
4- BonJ. Fullmer vs. J. S. Grow. 4-
x- TL M. Guernsey vs. John Lcyshon 4-
4- et al. 4-
4- Mary A. Shafcr vs. Mlnnlo Loch- 4-
4- wltz et aL 4-
4- J. M, Brothers vs. J. T. Critchlow. 4-
4- Purcell Carriage company vs. L 4-
4- M. Fisher. 4-
4- James A. Luke vs. J. D. C. Young. 4-
4- E. A. Tripp vs. Claud Raybould. .
It Is Impossible for us describe the
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CONFERENCE RATES ,
OREGON SHORT LINE
To Salt Lake will be made as follows:
From Rate From Rato
Hunt'glon, Ore .323.20 Market Lake ... 9.00
Wclscr, Ida.. .. 22.15 St. Anthony ... 10.40
Payette 21. (o Rexburg 9.5
Ontario, Ore. .. 21.25 RIgby 9.25
Parma. Ida.. .. 20. Idaho Falls .... 8.V)
Caldwell 19.'0 Shelley 8.30
Bolso 20.2j Blackfoot 7.40
Nampa 19.25 Mackay 31.70
Mount'n Homo . 1G.E0 Pocatello .... .. 7.00
Glenn's Ferry . 36.00 McCammon . .. G.S0
Shoshono lli.-IO Downwy 5.00
Ketchum lf-90 Oxford -I.25
Halley 15.25 Cornish. Utah.. 4.00
Bollevuo 35.00 Cache Junct'n . 3.25
Klmama 9.35 Colllnston 2.75
Minidoka S.60 Dewey 2.50
Amer'n Fah3 .. 8.C0 Honcyvllle .. 2.21
Granger. Wyo . 9.C0 Brlgham 2.00
DIamondvIllo ... 9.50 Trcmont 2.75
Kommercr .. ... 9.50 Garland 2.90
Cumberland . .. 30.55 Perry 3.90
Montpelter, Ida, 7.75 Wlllard 3.75
Soda Springs .. 7.(0 Hot Springs ... 3.50
Bancroft , 7.00 Ilarrlsvlllo .. .. 3.50
Preston 4.25 Ogden 3.50
Franklin .. -.. 4,25 Hoopor 3.20
Richmond, Syracuso June. 3.30
Utah 4.2MLayton 75
Smlthficld .. 4.10 Kaysvillo GO
Ixjgan 3.S0 Farmlngton . ,. .-to
Meudon 3.65 Cohtrovlllo 30
Spencer, Ida.... 12.00 Wood's Cros3 . .25
Proportionately low rates from other
Ticket? on sale at Ogdcn and Inter
mediate points, April 1st to 6th, Inclu
sive. At all other points, April 1st to
5th. Final limits, April 12th and loth,
See agents for full particulars.
INVALID TRAIN ROBBER GOES i !
FROM HOSPITAL TO PRISOJiy
A. I. Moore, tho alleged desperado who
on February 25th waa shot and quito se
riously wounded on a train at Mllford,
was yesterday arrcstod at Holy Cross hos
pital in this city by Officers Ralolgh and
Segur and taken to tho city Jail, where ho
Is held awaiting tho arrival of officers
from Nevada with a warrant charging him
with liiglm'ay robbery.
A fow days prior to the shooting In
which Moore was Injured an Italian was
robbad of .T200 at Callentes by two hold
ups. Descriptions of the hold-ups wero
sent out, and when tho conductor of a
northbound San Pedro train flaw Mooro
and a companion on his train ho thought
they answered the description of tho "mon
who wero wanted. Ho telegraphed his
suspicion ahead to Mllford, and when tlio
tnUn arrived there it was met by tho
Marshal of Mllford and a deputy sheriff.
When the officers attempted td arrest tho
suspects. Moore mado a suspicious move
ment and tho Marshal shot him. A num
ber of Italians who wero on tho tram.
Utonlan tont No. 12 held its regular re
view on Wednesday evening last. Fifteen
new applications for membership were re
ceived and a class of four was added to
tho roll. The degree team work was ex
emplified by Sir Knight W. J. Gardiner,
captain of tho team, in a creditable man
ner The sir knights are out for new
members and will put In fifty for the
months of March and April. Tho enter
tainment committeo has In hand a con
cert and card social for early In tho
month of April and aro going to mako It
an event In tho closing season of tho Mac
Salt Lako City tent !No. 2 held regular
review on Thursday night. Tho commit
too announced tho programmo for tlio
Stato class as follows: On Friday, April
1st, four degrco teams will contest for a
prizo of $25, on Saturday. April 2nd. tho
Stato class will be initiated by the team
winning tho prize, at tho Salt Palace
Tho members aro urged to got all tho
candidates they possibly can, as Salt Lako
ehopld mako a good showing. Sir Knights
Wilkinson and Wahlqulst aro in tho field
and will make a special effort to got the
candidates oxamlncd. If any Sir Knight
retting a card filled out and being unablo
to get the candidate examined, will leavo
the card at tho record keeper's office, ho
-Kill attend to tho matter.
Thero will be a rcvlow of Salt Lako
City hlvo No. 4 Tuesday nvenlng1. March
29th. and all members are requested to be
present, and also attend the roview on
Saturday night. April 2nd at I O. O. F.
hall on upper floor. All Lady Maccabees
welcome. . , ,
Banner hlvo No. 11 will hold a special
review Tuesday at 2:30 p. ni. for receiving
candidates. Saturday, April 2nd. 7:30 p.
m thero will be a stato class initiation in
Odd Fellows' Tamplo on tho third floor,
lt everv member try and be present. Tho
drill will bo given and a social time had
after tho Initiation. As this Is to bo a
Joint affair a largo attendance is expected.
Women of Woodcraft.
Woodblno clrclo No 41 met In regular
form, with Xolchbor Baker In tho chair.
All guards and neighbors present. Thero
wero several cards presented for member
ship and ono initiation. Tho ball given
on tho 16th proved a grand success, clear
ing all expenses, and then some. The ex
cursion to Kaysvlllo was well reproscnted
by all three circles and a number of Wood
men. All had"a good time.
Order of Washington.
Last .Wednesday evening was the regu
lar meeting, night of tho order, and in
splto of tho stormy night was well at
tended, and ono or two candidates who
braved the storm wero initiated.
On next Wednesday evening. March 30th,
thero will bo an open meeting and all
mejnbcrs aro invited to be present and
also to brlDg a friend with them. On this
thinking another hold-up was In i ftH
thereupon became . I lc-sj.r,cf "nt hn0 ,ncleo WM
Ban shooting P,"00' Marshal w fl
odCfCTodoroajl threca three , M
h.ronoroatCwas brought to this city ami .S
ho was b:ully wounded in the 1 IP-
was amputated and he has since
fflWfffhotS becTablo1 ttkofc M
S'orcJscs Kit the hospital. '
though his hJi is still In bad condition, 'JH
attendants1 feared that ho might at-
tempt to escape, so ho was turned ocr to hl
tho authorities. Pending his removal to
Nevrfda lilH bounds will bo dressed In Jail
by? Dr. Root, who has been treating him l-H
'l Thc Sla-offlccrs cla.-n there Is a
v,.,..n rTr fonrerv iiga nst Mooro at PI- WH
So Ncv on which ho will be tried in
tho pvent that thero should bo lack of
widened ! to hold him on tho robbery iM
( Secret Societies )
At tho regular meeting of Utah lodgo
No 305 on last Tuesday evening several
new members woro Initiated into tho order
and two new applications for membership
wero received. Tho final arrangements for
tho danco to bo given on next Tuesday
night. March 29th, wero made Tho donco
will bo given In Londrum's hall and tho
members oe tho lodge and their friends
anticipate a very enjoyablo time.
I. O. O. F.
On last Tuesday night Oqulrrh encamp
ment pavo tho royal purple degree to nlno
patriarchs, which Indicated tho increasing
Interest in the patriarchal branch of Odd
Salt Lako lodgo No. 2 on last Friday
night had c. largo attendance. The olec
tlon of grand lodgo officers and that of a
ropresentatlvo or altornato to the grand
lodge wan hold. William McGIUlvry and
W, J. Showakor woro elected as ropro
sontatlvo and alternate.
Canton Colfax No. 1, Patriarchs Mili
tant, will hold a drill on tomorrow even
ing, to which every chevalier Is expocted
to attend punctually. It will be hold in
tho encampment room and will be mado
interesting for the chevaliers.
Degree of Honor.
Stat of the West lodgo hold an Interest
ing meeting lost Tuesday evening, when
several matters of importance were din
posed of In a satisfactory manner and for
tho good of tho order.
Tomorrow evening tho regular seml-oc-caslonal
entertainment will bo given, thui
time taking the form of a card social.
Scml-occaslonal In this caso means that
every other month when five Tuesdays oc
cur tho fifth Is devoted to puroly social
purposes. These affairs are always pro
ductive of much enjoyment, and Uie ono
billed for tomorrow night promises to bo
as onjoynblo as any of Its predecessors.
Everybody Is Invited.
Naomi Robekah lodge No. 1 met In regu
lar session Saturday'cvenlng. Tho attend
ance waa large, with scarcely a vacant
chair. Tho noblo grand, in behalf of tho
lodge, took pleasure In welcoming some
visiting brothers and sisters from Mon- I
tana and Ohio. Ono lady was brought in
by card, and committees wero appointed
on ono or two applications. During the
evening their was a lively election of
officors and representatives for tho Rc
bekah State assembly. Mrs. Francis Pen
dleton was elected uclesato for tho two
year term, Mrs. Klckorson for tho ono
yeor: for alternate, Mrs. Louisa Wlnegar
for tho two-year term and Mrs. Susan Ul
mer for tho one-year. The president of
tho assembly extended an Invitation to the
degreo staffs of Naomi lodgo No. 1 and
Miriam lodgoi No. 5 to give the degreo
work bofore the assembly. All thos pres--nt
will certainly appreciate It, as each
staff Is largo and tho floor work of the
two staffs is entirely different and both
aro well ablo to exemplify it in a manner
that will rollect credit on the order. Na
omi lodgo meets the second and fourth
Saturdays In each month at S p. m. vis
iting Robckahs cordially Invited.
Sego Lily lodgo of this city at its regu
lar meeting last evening elected Mrs. Mel
vlna Crano as ropresentatlvo to tho Ro
bekah assombly and Mrs. Graco Grceno
as alternate. For grand assembly officors
tho following jocelvcd threo votes each;
President, Mrs. Bcsslo Bonton; vice-prcat-d(nt.
Mrs. Eva Darke; warden, Mrs, Jen
nie E. Hill; secretary. Mrs. Clara I. Moore;
treasurer, Mrs. Charlotte Jcfforica.
ovenlng thoro will bo a short musical pro- jl
gram mo. followed by card playing and an IH
Informal dance. Light refreshments will illH
also bo served. tM
Tho ladles of tho degreo team havo In- H
vitatlons out for a leap year ball to bo 'B
givon at Unity "hall on Friday evening. VH
April 1st, and will endeavor to retfay the IH
gentlemen for thnlr many past favors. ijl
Loyal Americans. ll
Salt Lake assembly No. 320 mot Friday jl
evening, March 25th. Two application?) ii M
wero received! and two officers elected, Ay I jH
D. McGuIro for vlco-prosldont and Mi !H
Hulbert for second corp. On April 3st tho 'IH
now officers will be Installed, followed by !H
a social for the members. 1
The Fraternal Brotherhood. jl
Salt Like lodgo No. 3S7 will hold Its IH
next regular meeting Thursday evening. IH
April 7th. at I. O. O. F. hall. Several 'JH
candidates will bq on deck for initiation, ,H
and a Jolly time Is anticipated.
W. R. C
Geo. R. Maxwell Relief Corps will give a
social in their hall In Odd Fellows' Tom plo jH
Wednesday, March 30th, 2:30 p. m. All
members and friends aro cordially invited IH
to come and spend a social afternoon with iH
Improved Order of Red. Men. ..
Washakie tribe No. 1 met Monday oven- lH
lng in regular Bession. Tho r el let chiefs1 - ll
reported thq sick brothers as improving. 1
The chief's degreo was conferred on- ono - H
brother, tho amplified form being used. tH
This ovenlng the tribe meets as usual and
a full attendance Is desired. Bl
Eagles at Bingham.
About 110 Eagles from Ogden and Salt 4kT
Lake, accompanied by tho Ogdcn barid.' L-
wont to Bingham canyon yesterday, and . 1
thore Instituted a new lodge of tho order, v. w ij
to the known as Bingham Canyon aerie, V w NLJHH
with fifty charter members. All but two?J- V, HBH
wero obligated in a body. Tho two whof?v fj , T
took tho entire initiation wero P O'Nuil ' -t m
and Batlcy Nelson. State DcputjvMa.'' 1 jr H
Davis wh Installing officer. AfterSr f lH
Nolson was Initiated, ho was present 1 B
with a very handsomo charm by Hcnnk v
Patterson of Ogdcn. The party returns . HjjYjJfl
at 11:50 last night. Tho new lodgo is the
sixth instituted In this Stato.
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Tho New Wilson. lAV
New Wilson arrivals yesterday were: iHVJ
F. H. Tupper, Park City; F. H. Coulter,
Denver; Tom Wise. Kansas City; J. M
Kennedy, Anaconda; L. W. Hubbell
Springfield; H. G. II. Wray, Portland; b' fl
M. Barron. J. G. Weiland and wife, Chi- , JM
cagp; W. A. Beule.(St. Louis; William M. 1
Springer. A. H. May, Denver; C. L. Am-
berg. Milwaukee; B. C. Jacobs and wife.
Lennox. S. D,; E, E. McCall and wlfo.
Lako City; C. M. Porter, wife and daugh-
tcr, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Woodhave. Chi4
cago; L. 1L Richardson and wife. Hough" ' I
ton, Mich.; Mary A. Bowcn. Now York HBJb
city; W. J. Tollcrton. Pocalcllo: George
B. Smith. Jr., New York; A. F. Lough
and wife. Iowa; Jl.'CanlwclI. New York fl
J. H. BatdoC and wife, Paris; ," JjVJjI
Lindsay, Chicago; A. French. Omalia; a.
D. Satterflcld. Springfield. Neb.; E. c JJvJjl
Rcedcr. Dr. W. A. Marshall. West Jordan
Thoo. Mansfield. P. Johnson, G. G. Linen."
Isow ork; fs. II. Hurst. Mrs II. Hurst BW
Eugcno Ore.; C. G. Llndberg, Slo'ux City!
J. G Weiland and wife, San Francisco- Hi
J. Havcrly and wife, Los Angeles; Dr. hWi
rmd Mrs. Ebcn R. Ross, St. Mary's: Loo 1 JKl
Hamborger, Now York; Lola Land Allen. !
Washington; Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Gowai !
t0P,hei.13' w,f0 :iml sister. Portago. Mm
Ws.; p. B.Gof eke, Ogdcn; James I. Gu- MM
lick. Now York; J. C. Pylc, Butte: G"D M A
Patlerficld, Springfield; Mrs. F. E. Straun' W MM
Bingham; Charles Berryman. Ocdon J W MM
R. EdgchlU. Ncphl; F. H. ColtcrT DVn'ver- 1
Mrs. M. Ryder, Emma Van Leuvor V
Marcsego; F. S. Black and wife. Alcdo. imMM
Mrs Teal Crcston. la.; Mr? and Mr a! mW
Blackburn, StuarU la.; C. B. Row lav mmm
Bralncrd; James Crooks. Eureka. J 'jtH
Tho Cullen. jH
Arrivals at the Cullen hotel veslerdav
weror L. W. Piekert, Denver; George T
Smith. Joseph. Utah; Charles Berry Eul MmM
P?a;, Al Larsn. William Cowcrmnn mm
Charles A. Carman, Denver; D. D Smith mMm
Fort Gunnison: C. E. Ballot San Jo w ' UmWi
Cal.: James Harrlman. San Francisco A Mmm
Z "J?" W'y V?lam DvIs'Frli: Mm
?' Y" V 9- S?U E'Teka; E. s. Foo L" . mmM
n0irfte; J. Thompson. Pueblo; Gc0ri mMM
Blalre. Bingham: StafTord HamrnnnV I Mmm
Patterson. Ida.; M. Ollless. R. R Krem- mmM
aaVk?vCer.Ullty: ' S" I
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