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B ; XELE BAUS JbAKE TEIIBXINE; MOjSDAY MOKfTEGs MAUCH 28, 1904. 9
iW TORNADO DEALS DEATH
B IN MISSOURI TOWNS
& SlxvKllled and Heavy Property "Loss
Is Loot of a Furious
I CARUTHERSVILIjE; Mo., March 27.--B
A tornado swept tho country twenty miles
H north'of hero last night Six persons aro
Bi known to have been killed, and thousands
B of dollars worth of property was do-
"jTho wires have been down all day and
9 details aro lacking.
.M Near Portagey'lllo four members of the
Shuemaker family were killed In tho de-
structlon of their home.
Two miles north of ML Pleasant, Wes
ley Mlflcr, a wealthy mill owner and
planter, and his wife, woro killed. Their
homo was wrecked and their bodies found
200 yards away, badly mutilated.
It Is feared that later roports may re
veal a greater loss of life. Much stock
was killed. Tho tornado swept a path 300
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n ARGENTA LODGE NO 3, " F.
N-and A. M. At Masonlo hall first
1J Tuesday of each month. Members
of slater lodges and sojourning
FRANK P. SHERWOOD, W. M.
MOSES C. PHILLIPS, Secretary.
WASATCH LODGE NO. L F. AND A.
M Masonic hall, second Friday each
month. Members of sister lodges and so
journing brother In good standing In
vited. A. BROWN, W. M.
A. J. LOWE, Secretary.
MT. MORIAH LODGE NO. 2, F. AND
A, M. Masonic hall, second Monday each
- nVonth. Members of sister lodges and so-
Journtng brethren In good standing In
vited. JAMES H. BROWN. W. M.
CHRISTOPHER DIEIIL, Secretary.
EL IvALAH TEMPLE, A. A. O. N. M.
S. Third Wednesday of each month. Ma
Eonlo hall at S p. m. All nobles sojourn
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A. BROWN. Recorder
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
DESERET CAMP 405 MEETS EVERJT
Fridav night at S o'clock In Kr.lEhta of
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T. E. NEWMAN. Clerk.
WOODBINE CIRCLE NO. -41 MEETS
evory Tuesday at I. O. O. F. hall.
SILVER MAPLE CIRCLE NO 103
meets every Friday night at I. O. O. F.
v fraternal union of america.
every Monday nt I. O. O. F. temple.
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IX J. HESS, Secretary.
OQIJnRH ENCAMPMENT NO. 1
Second and fourth Tuesdays, S p. m. I. O.
ttj' UTAH LODGE NO I EVERY
Thursday, 8 p. m.. I. O. O. F. temple.
13ALT. LAKE NO. 2. EVERT FRIDAY,
copjfi.. nt I, O. O. F. temple.
P;foDAN LODGE NO. 3. EVERY MON
j ..ctS p. m., L O. O. F. hall,
t RIDGLEY LODGE NO. 0. EVERY
Thursday, 8 p. m., I. O. O. F. temple.
. rJ ENTERPRISE LODGE NO. 15. EVERY
m ' Wednesday, S. p. m., I. O. 0. F. temple.
ra FIDELITY LODGE NO. 17. I. O. O. F.,
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filJM L O. O. F. temple. Visitors welcome.
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M'll J " SMITH' Secretary.
'fea I REBEKAH NAOMI LODGE (D. OF.
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jk) W MIRIAM LODGE (D. OF R.1 NO. 5.
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Hit J Monday, K. of P. hall. . .
U J,' II . LINCOLN LODGE NO. 23. K. OF P.,
Wl'Klu moots every Saturday evening, S o'clock,
Wmh K 01 p- hal1-
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Kjm t wtets every Ilrst and third Tuesday, S p.
K f f 1 3" " " F" hal1'
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fig FRATERNAL BROTHERHOOD.
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J M hall.
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UP AND DOWN THE LINE IN 5P0RTVILLE
LAWSON IS UNFAIR
Former Salt Lake Rider Accused of
Foul Teamwork and Ruled Off
Ivor Lawson, the Salt Lako bike
rider, who Is at present gathering In
schcckels In the wilds of Australia,
seems to be causing no end of trouble
down in that neck of the woods. Law
son and his teammate, Mcrarland,
have been winning everything of any
Importance, and the other riders .are
The principal complaint seems to be
that the two Americans 'have a system
nf lmlnlnrr annt. aII.a. 1.
of which has never been seen in Aus
tralia. ' Major Taylor, the colored
cyclist, is up against it good and hard,
when it comes to competing with Law
son and McFarland, and thus far has
been unable to get but little of the
The majority of the cycle enthusiasts
at Sidney have taken a strong dislike
to the former Salt Laker and his team
mate on account of some alleged crook
edness, and on several occasions have
hooted and leered their efforts.
On February ISth Lawson and Tay
lor had a collision which resulted in
serious Injury to Major. Lawson
was suspended for two months on the
charge of foul riding. Both Lawson
and his partner have been ruled off the
track several times for alleged unfair
team work against the colored rider. A
recent dispatch from there has the fol
lowing to say:
ijM,trrli1,.lntcrnall0,nal race on, January
waa defeated by both McFar
nm i MdLav,?" ln the half-mile event,
.to10 WP tmmatea were hooted by
?Phr?iC7l?tor8J.for unfa,r nla" 10 Taylor.
o"1,0181,3 ordered tho race run over on
l ?1Tvl1iJMS5i!ur(la5'' but when tho
wit? rld,?r!V?11 Tay,or rode a dead heat
Dt011 Ynl,cer. the Australian cham
l J?-n r'Hn won tho lialf-mllo handi
cap and the four-mllo open that day. Tay
lor being second
T?,niJtl.m,nry 1Sth McFarland won from
lajior ln a ono-mllo oaen. In a flve-mllo
fr,iCn?n,iMeFSr,?nd' towlnB Lawson.
f2 ?m a,ayI9r ofr the track so that he had
to Ude for forty yards on tho grass. Ho
got back in time, however, to beat Mc
i'lr ,scc?1,1 Plnce. Lawson win
ning. McFarland was suspended for thir
ty days, but this sentence was chantred
later to a line of f2. On January 20th An
other International test was held, and
Lawson did not have the aid of McFar
land in tho Una! heat and Taylor beat
him nearly a length.
The Australian officials aro In a predica
ment with their desire to lnsuro fair play
for Taylor McFarland and Lawson arc
there to ride under contract and aro blc
drawing cards. If they enforce a suspen
sion against them tho races will be crip
pled and the two team mates will imme
diately go to France. They have each
been disciplined several itlmos, but tho of
ficials always sub3tltutea fine for susnen
MATCH RIFLE SHOOT.
Colorado Springs Marksmen Meet
Local Shots in Contest by
Whllo Ujo six crack marksmen of tho
Colorado Springs Rlflo club wcro blazing
away at their rifle butts yesterday after
noon, six men selected from tho ranks of
tho local shooters wcro doing a similar
stunt on tho grounds near this city. A
match shoot had been arranged, and to
savo tlmo and railroad faro It was agreed
that the teams should do their shooting
at their respective grounds. The scores
will later bo compared, and tho team do
ing tho best work will bo declared tho
champion of tho two cities.
Tho result of tho shoot at Colorado
Springs will not bo known for several
.days, as the scores are sent by mall. Fol
lowing aro tho scores made by the Salt
Johnson j... ....... .,.73 TG
Van Amam 80 71
Barnes 75 78
Lotchflcld SO 71
Hirschvogel 70 77
Brekon , 70 SO
Total, R22; average, 7G5-C. -
When tho match shoot had been fin
ished, the club held Its regular weekly
shoot, with tho following results:
.Johnson .. ..70 S3 S4 73 7G 75 .. 7G u-G
Van Amam.. 77 S3 7fi SO SO 74 7177 4-7
Barnes 77 70 04 70 75 74 CO 71 2-7
Holmes C7 .. Go 74 G7 71 C7-6G 3-G
Letchflold .... SS 75 .. 7S SO 71 S3 70 5 -G
Brockon . ... 72 7G 70 SO 79 SO 7075 2-7
Servls. G2 C7 G2 Gl .. ... .. GO 1-2
Wcatherson . 7S 71 74 73 74 3-1
Letchfleld carried off tho honors of the
day by making the highest single score,
S3, and the high average, 79 5-G.
WITFULIS FAVORITE IN
MEMPHIS, March 27. Indications to
night aro that tho Montgomery handicap,
the all-aged event which will be decided
at tho local track tomorrow, will be run
over a fast track. Many of the candi
dates were out for light work today.
Wltful, with Fuller In the saddle, prob
ably will bo the post favorite. Tho XI 1 1 -drcth
filly has been ln fine fettle, and Is
expected to give a good account of her
self. There Is somo talk tonight that Im
ported Martinmas, one of the strongly
backed entries, nny not start In tho big
BRYAN OPPOSED TO
TRAINING BOYS FOR WAR
NEW HAVEN. Conn.. March 27.-WI1-llam
J. Bryan "delivered an address this
afternoon before tho People's church In
tho Hyperion theater on "The Price of
Peace." Mr. Bryan took nip thb question
of war and Inveighed against tho present
war between Japan and Russia. Ho de
precated tho prevalence in this country of
training boys and young men ln tho arts
of warfare. Tho only warfare that men
ought to wage, said ho, Is tho warfaro
against evil ln all Us forms.
"Society Is in danger." continued Mr.
Bryan "because of the terrible conflict
that threatens between the rich and tho
poor. It requires a brave man to stand
up against error In his own political par
ty and to maintain a righteous principle."
Midnight Drives of sSj
Empress of Russia
ST. PETERSBURG. March 27. Tho
whole city is talking about the
recent midnight drive of. the
Czarina around the capital. She
does not limit her peregrinations to the
Nevski prospect and fashionable thor
oughfares, but visits most of tho
suburbs, where tho appearance of the
Imperial carriage with its bemedalcd
coachmen and resplendent Cossack
footmen creates Consternation.
The police arc purposely not warned
of these expeditions, In order to avoid
any appearance of premeditation.
Tho Empress Is always accompanied
by her eldest sister, Grand Duchess
Elizabeth, who is on a visit from Mos
cow. The Idea of these delightful
escapades was suggested by the Crand
Duchess Elizabeth, who is fond of go
ing among the people and freeing her
self at every opportunity from the
trammels of court ctlquettg. Driving
through tho quiet moonlit streets Is
thoroughly enjoyed by the Czarina as a
pleasant relief from tho arduous labors
of sewing and working to provide com
forts for her husband's soldiers in the
Grand Duchess Elizabeth is a high fa
vorite with the Muscovites on account
of. her democratic ways. Sho lias suc
ceeded iu raialug enormous sums from
wealthy Moscow merchants by the
charm of her manner. She Invited the
merchants to a bazar, shook hands with
them and. addressing them by their
patronymics, gavo them refreshments
with her own hands. She also called on
their wives and drank tea with them,
although she dislikes that beverage.
The Czar's attitude toward the people
is shown by the orders given to thu
coachman who drives the Imperial chil
dren. He has been Jnstructcd that .he
must stop when lie see3 anybody de
siring to present a petition.
When tho carriage is stopped, lltUo
Grand Duchess Olga ariseB, takes tho
petition, smiles, and brings the docu
ment homo to her father.
While the heir apparent was driving
tho other day a man rushed up holding
out a petition. A policeman seized him,
but the heir to the throne ordered the
coachman to halt, rebuked the police
man and accepted the petition.
Although tho Neva Is still frozen
over and the trees are baro, the sun
Bhlnes and tho Russian capital Is rap
idly assuming its spring garb and tho
roads in many places are clear of snow
and Ice. The Ice ln the Neva will go out
within a fortnight.
The war seems to have been forgot
ten with the dawn of tho holiday of
Palm week today.
Wooden stalls have been erected In
the squares and in the boulevards
where toys and dainties in Imitation of
palms will provide a roaring trade un
til Bnssion week suspends the merriment.
SUNDAY BALL GAMES
ON PACIFIC COAST
'Frisco and Seattle Break Evon, While
the "Web-rooters "Win First
Gamo at Fresno. v
SAN FRANCISCO. March 27. San
Francisco and Seattlo broko oven today.
Tho local club took the morning gamo at
Oakland by tho close scoro of 0 to 8. Tho
afternoon game was called at tho end of
tho sixth Inning with tho scoro standing:
Seattle, 7; San Francisco, 4. -In both
games San Francisco hnd a stroke of luck
In tho first inning, when tho most of their
runs wcro mado.
FRESNO. Cal., March 27. Portland won
her first gamo this afternoon, defeating
Tacoma in a close twelve-Inning' contest
by a scoro of 4 to 3.
LOS ANGELES. Cal., March 27. Los
Angeles made It threo out of four In tho
scries with Oakland, winning today's
gamo by tho scoro of 5 to 2.
R. II. E.
Los Angeles 5 U0 0
Oakland 2 7 1
Batteries Baum and Eager; Buchanan
and Lohaian, Umpire, O'Connell.
CYCLE MEETING CALLED.
Movement on Foot to Organizo New
Wheel Club in Salt Lako
All riders of Pierce bicycles are re
quested to meet next Thursday evening
at F. I. Carter's store on West Temple
street for the purpose of organizing a
wheel club. The organization will bo
known as the Pierce Wheel club and the
object of Its formation is to promote in
terest in cycling as a recreation. There
are a large number of Pierce riders ln
this city nnd it Is expected that before
tho cycle season fairly opens, the new
club will have at least 100 names on Its
It is expected that a meeting will soon
be called for the members of the Opal
Wheel club, at which time plans will
be perfected for a number of pleasure
runs during the summer. Last season
the Opal club was perhaps the most
prominent cycling organization ln the
city and this year the members antici
pate better sport than ever before.
There are several other organizations
of this kind ln Salt Lake that will begin
preparations for their summer pro
gramme as soon as the roads dry suffi
ciently to permit out of door work.
CHICAGO FAILS TO
PUT UHKE MONEY
Nothing Done Toward Guaranteeing
Expenses of the National Re
CHICAGO. March 27.-An offort will be
nado tomorrow to stralghton out tho tan-,
gle regarding the deposit which tho local
committee is said to have made to tho
secretary of the Republican National con
vention for Chicago. So far no money has
been deposited to gunrantee tho expenses
of tho convention, and a meeting has been
arranged for tomorrow between members
of the national sub-commlttec In charge
of the local arrangements and tho cltl
r.cns' commlttco In an effort to reach an
understanding. ' 3
Samuel B. Raymond, chairman of tho
.citizens' committee, said tonight: "Thero
never was a written agreement, and thero
nover was any guarantee of a certain stip
ulated fund. Senator Ilanna asked me If
we would deposit a sum In some bank In
case wo got the convention, but wo said
flallv we would do no such thins. We
'Would not di'!osIt any sum or guuranlee
uny sum. All we agreed to do was to pay
any legitimate i xpi uses of tho convention.
That was our understanding with Senator
Harinn, and ho urdc-i stood It thut way."
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