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TELE BAIT LAJSE Tm?TOTE: WDTESDAY MOMENT APBLL 6, 1904. f ! '
I " pNGS OF HOME
: ffi CAUSE REJOICING
r fsfflndinavian People Gather in. Largo
9y Numbers to Hear Music of
j Bi " tlio Fatherland.
jftFrom every point oC view the concert
Hat the Tabernacle last evening was a
v success and a goodly sum was added
to the fund being raised for the erection
J of the Xi. D. S. meeling-house in Stock-
f "holm, Sweden. Last night's audience
was made up largely of Scandinavians,
and the music was familiar and dear
to "the hearts of those people. There
? .were- several treats In store, for the au
dience, the splendid boss voice of Wil
lard Andelin of Provo, the singing o
r the male quartette, including Messrs.
, Andelin, McAllister, Held and Acord,
9 and the duet by Miss Jepperson and
Mr. Acord being among the number,
f There were, in addition to these, a
number of selections by such old-timo
favorites as "Willard Woihc, Prof. An
ton Lund and Prof. Pedersen, while
among the later favorites Miss Lar-
son's bird-like voice was heard at its
best in the- beautiful "Star of the Morn
jj ing," and Miss Segrld Federson was
i most enthusiastically applauded for her
j 1wo solos, "Mln Lilla Vra" and "Sol-
velg's Song," both by Grieg. The Scan-
it dlnavlarr male chorus is made up of a
f number of good voices, as was tho
j Scandinavian choir, both under the di
rection of Olof Nillson. Prof. McClel
Jan. Prof. Lund and Prof. Pedersen
i iverc the accompanists of the evening,
and needless to say the accompani-
! moits were all that could be desired,
r. The Tabernacle choir rendered two
I , numbers, "From Afar, Gracious Lord,"
' which by the way Is becoming a little
1 j tiresome on account of Its being so
often sung, and the closing number,
''America." given in splendid style.
Miss Agnes Dahlqulst was heard In two
piano numbers, one a duet with Prof,
j Pedersen, the second a solo.
H GREATEST YEAR
FOR THE Z. C, M. I,
1 ' I Z. C. M. I. stockholders representing SO0O
H Cj shares of stock met yesterday afternoon
H in the office of tho institution, heard the
H report of tho president, Joseph F. Smith,
H nnd re-elected tho old board "6f directors.
H . f The report shows that tho Hales lor the
I past year have amounted to $l,096,'27S.G, an
y increaBa of SlTu.OOO. Freight and trans-
H t portatlon has cost $221,00.), nnd repairs.
H ))i SK.OIS.OS. Ten per cent on the capital stocl:
W I was set sslde for the payment of dlvl-
H ' (E dends
H f President Smith was re-elected. Gcorgo
j Romney re-elected as vice-president; T.
1 , G. Webber as secretary, and A. W. Carl-
H son as treasurer. The directors are Hcber
h f J. Grant, J. R. Winder. H. DlnwoQdey. P.
l T Farnsworlh, J. R. Barnes. John Hcnrv
Hl Smith, F- M. Lyman, Anthon H. Lund.
H William II. Mclntyrc, Reed Smoot and
H , T. G. Webber.
I ! : t IMPORTANT MEETING
I ON FREIGHT RATES
.1 i Au Important meeting Is expected to
take place today in T. M. Schumacher's
office. The committee of theCommer
; , cial club on freight rates will meet to
i t confer with the freight officials of the
Short Line and the R. G. W. Those
present will be. For the railroads: T.
j M. Schumacher, acting traffic manager
Oregon Short Line; J. A. Reeves, as
1 slstant general freight agent of the O.
' , S. L., and S. V. Derrah, assistant gen
eral freight agent of tho Rio Grande
"Western. For the Commercial club
I there will be Col. Edwin F. Holmes, F.
' J, Fabian, chairman of the special com
mittee, and Joseph E. Galigher. Jo
j. seph Geoghegan, the third member of
t the committee, went to New York on
I) PERSONAL MENTION,
j . i
Miss Grant, the senior nurso at the
Keogh-Wrlght hospital, -wont to Park
City yesterday for a short visit.
I, I Judgo J. M. Coombs of Sallna was a
i . pleasant caller at Tlie Tribune last even-
'i i Ing, He will remain In town till after tho
w f State convention on Friday, to which ho
I is a delegate.
I . I' Fathers W. B. Meenan of "Newport, R.
I ' I., and T. J. Heft'ernan of Southampton,
I . Mass., are on their way homo from Call-
' " iornla and havo stopped over in Salt Lako
' i to visit friends. It was Father Meenan
I ; who solemnized tiro Nlelsen-Vanderbllt
( i nuptials.
James S, Lynch, well and favorably
I known as having been connected for a
1 ) Jong time with tho Davis Shoe company,
.has accepted charge of the shoo depait-
' jment for KoIth-O'Brlen company. He'
-will havo as assistant Mas Brodlo, who
' ; -was nlso identlllcd with the Davis Shoe
; . company, and who Is known as ono of
the moat popular shoo men in Salt Lake
1 Shakespeare Section Meets Today,
j ) The Sliakespeare section of the La-
I 1.1 tiles' Literary club meets this morning
H Hj at 10 o'clock at the club house.
H j CONFERENCE RATES
jl I OREGON SHORT LUTE
Hi 1 To Salt Lake will be made a3 follows:
fa Trom Ratoi From Rato
p ItJ Hunt'gton, Ore.523 SOlMarket Lako ... 9.00
l! EJ Welscr. Ida.. .. 22.15 St. Anthony ... 10.40
1 ft Payetto 21.45 Rcxbur? 9.S5
1 1 Ontario, Ore. .. 2l.2CRlgby 9. 2d
I Parma. Ida.. .. 20.4oildaho Falls .... 8.50
9, Caldwell lO.TOjShclley S.30
ji I Solac 20.Z5 Blnckfoot 7.40
Kampa d.2C Mackay 11.70
Mount'n Home 1C.B0 Pocatello 7.C0
H Glenn's Ferry . 15.00 McCamraon . G.S0
Shoshone 12.40 Downuy G.0O
1J Ketchum 15.?0 Oxford 4.25
1 . Hullcv 15.25 Cornish. Utah.. 4.00
H Bcllevue 15. 00 Cacho Junct'n . 3.25
H ; Tvlmama .. 9-35 Collinnton 2.75
Sllnldoka S.E0 Dewey 2.50
I- Amor n Falls S,00 Honcyville .. .. 2.25
j Granger. Wyo . .G0 Brlgham 2.00
Ulamondvlllc ... 0 50 Tromont 2.75
1 I Kommerer .. .. 9.50 Garland 2.90
j Cumberland . .. 10.55 Perry 1.S0
H I Montpeller. Ida. 7.75 Willard 1.75
H i I .'" Soda Springs .. 7.00 Hot Springs ... 1.50
f I i Bancroft 7.00 Harrisvlllo .. .. XM
H j ' ; Preston 4.2.5 Ogden LW
i I Franklin -1.25 Hooper 1.20
B t A Richmond, Syracuso June. 1.10
I I Utali 4-2T Layton 75
I ; EmithMcld .. .. 4.10 Kaysvillo M
H Logon 3.S0 Formlngton ... .40
H Mendon 3.55 Centrcvlllo SO
, Bponcer, Ida.... 12.00 Wood's Cross . .25
' Proportionately low rates from other
H Tickets on sale at Ogden and inter-
B I mediate points, April 1st to Cth, lnclu-
, Bive, At all other points, April 1st to
Cth. Final limits, April 12th and 15th,
Hl j B9 asnta for full particulars, .
TIJE HOLT CROSS hospital, St Mary's
academy and Kearns' St. Ann's orphan
age were inspected yosterday by Mother
rorpetua, mother-general of the-Sisterhood
of tho Holy Cross,
A. J. BROU'N of 72S West First South,
who burled hte youngest child Saturday,
lias two moro chlldron down with diph
theria. r m
J. B. COSGRIFF of Salt Lake. .Tamos E.
Cosgrlrf of Rawlins, Wyo., and M. J.
Gray, T. R. llamer and H. W. Ross of
Su Anthony, 14a.. have applied to tho
Comptroller of tho Currency at Washing
ton for permission to start it bank at St.
Anthony, with a capital of $23,000.
MANT INDTANS will appear before tho
Federal grand jury next Monday to toll
what they know of the sale of whisky to
Indians by white men.
BANK CLEARIXGS yesterday were
H1L0S1J3; last year, ?5i-.J,Jf05.15.
OUT OF FOURTEEN bids for the erec
tion of tho officers' quarters and wagon
shed at Fort Douglas. A. and J. McDon
ald were tho lowest on the quarters, at
29,SW, and Allen & Rhemlsh wero lowest
on tho shed at S77.1. The bids have been
forwarded to the War department.
BRIGIIAM JEKSEN of Box Elder and
Georgo W. Bryan of Tooele county havo
bocn appointed by Gov .Wells as road su
pervisors to expend tho Slate appropria
tion. FRED LEONARD was elected First
Lieutenant of the battery last night Tho
battery will bo inspected by Capt. Slurgb
of the regular army next Tuesday night
ARRANGEMENTS aro being made
with tho Fort Douglas .authorities by
Capt. D. IL Styer of tho Agricultural col
lege for the loan of tents and Held equip
age for tho uso of tho college cadets dur
ing their encampment In Logan canyon
S. R. BENNTON of Vernal, who is a
conference visitor, says that the delay in
opening the Uintah reservation to settle
ment Js proving a groat hardship to a.
largo number of people who have gone- to
that part of tho country In the hope of
securing farming lamLThcre Is plenty of
fort Ho land In the reserve, sayn Mr. Bcn
nlon, but it will take considerable money
and labor to put water upon It.
MOTHERS should attend the meeting
to bo hold In the Bryant high school
building tomorrow afternoon at 1:15
o'clock. The meeting Is being held for the
purpose of considering the petty vices that
mom' of the children In Salt Lake are ad
dlcte'd to, and Miss Qualtrough of tho
Oqulrrh achool will givo a heart-to-heart
talk on puritv. Many prominent women
In the city have consented to participate
In the mooting, nnd It Is expected that
manv mothers, besides all tho women
principals and teachers, will be present.
THE FOLLOWING named have been
put to work by Superintendent lllnes as
special water tax assessors: A. L. Sl
mondi, meter district; Edward Pickering.
First ward: W. P. Appleby, Second ward;
M. R. Rose. Third ward: Abe Wilson,
-CV...-Vi "irvnul.' flnrlr T.'lfl-h tvnrjl
It will toko about ono month to complete
CAPT. WOOD of tho Salvation Army
has been Invited to appear beforo tho
principals at their meeting this afternoon
at 4 o'clock, when the educators and pa
rents will discuss "Hoodlumlsm" and
adopt resolutions looking to a betterment
of child conditions.
GUT CLARK of Golden, Eox Elder
county, has succeeded In incurring liabili
ties of $1301, while he only poseesses a suit
of elothlnK worth S5. lie Is a miner and
lllcd a petition In bankruptcy In the Fed
eral court yesterday.
CIVHj SEP.VICE examinations will bo
held hero on April 19th for the position of
architectural and structural draftsman In
the quartermasters' departmcnt-at-large,
with snlary of $1200 to $1500, the ago limit
being 20 years or over; also for tho posi
tions of aid. coast and geodetic survey,
civil and electrical cnclneer, Philippine
service; civil engineer, Phlllpplno service:
evil engineer and draftsman, architec
tural computer (supervising architect's
office); computer, nautical almanac of
fice; computer, naval observatory 5 deck
ofllccr, coast and geodotlc survey; topo
graphical drafts man, land office service;
library assistant manual training teach
er, trained nurse. Philippine service. On.
May 4th there will bo examinations for tho
position of assistant electrotyper with tha
coast and geodetic survey, with salary at
JOHN W. CAIRNS. JR.. aged 22, tho
son of tbc mining man of the same name,
died at San Francisco Monday night from
pneumonia. Ho had beon attending tho
Van der Nallden School of Mines In San
Francisco, Tho body will bo brought to
Salt Lako for Interment.
MRS. C. B. DIE1-IL, who has been ill
for two weeks with scarlet fever, was
worso yesterday, and a second physician
was called in consultation.
AT THE WESTMINSTER Presbyterian
church. Rev. 1L W. Rankin preached last
night to a larger number than at any
llirto slnco coming here. His text was tho
parable of the sower. Ho compared tho
Held with the old farm In New York
Stato, and from It drew many lessons.
He said there wcro somo people who come
to tho West and say they havo been
great church workers In tlie East, but
hero turn their backs on tho church and
God. Tho speaker did not say ho doubted
their sincerity, while in the East, but he
did doubt their ever having been convert
ed vhllo there, and therefore wo sec hero
tho kind of ground tho seed has fallon
Into. Mr. Rankin will have a Blblo read
ing this afternoon at 3:20 and proachlng
THE INFANT daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Park of Tooelo was operated on lata
Monday night for mastoiditis, at thu
Keogh-Wrlgnt hospital. The operation
had to be performed very hurrlendly, but
was successful, and It Is hoped that tho
llttlo patient will recover.
The ono place for comfort and ele
gance. Fireproof; telephones in every
room; modern in every -way.
X. J. ShaTp Coal Co.
Office, 73 South Main street Tele
phones 719 and 430.
Rock Springs and Cumberland lump,
nut and slack and anthracite.
For up-to-date work 'Phone CI.
M. B. Stewart, M. D.,
Moved to suite 200, Atlas block.
20 outgoing calls per month. No
charge for incoming calls. 2!c for ex
cess calls. ...
$2,00 TELEPHONES ,
ROCKY MOUNTAIN BELL TELE
Tho ladles of the Flret Congregation
al church will hold a wale ot cakes, etc,
at Cutting's store, 22-24 "West First
South, on Saturday morning, beginning
at 10 Q'claclt.
FRAGRANT garden violets and lilies
of tho, valley ivero usod In tho very
pretty decorations at tho luncheon
glvdn yesterday by Mrs. David
Evans. In tho center of the largo
round tahlo was a tall vaso of lilies, rising
from a bowl of violets, this In turn encir
cled -with asparagus plumoso. At cither
ond of the tabic the samo Idea of decora
tion wan carried out in smaller design.
Sprayx of plumoa -were also scattered
over the cloth, while over the table wore
spread exquisite pieces of Batlonberg
over lavender satin. Attached to tho
placo cards by long loops of lavender
satin ribbons wcro tiny favors of glass
filled with lilies of tho valley and violets.
Mrs. Evuns's Invited guests were Mm. J.
. Serrlck of Ogden. Mrs. Sam Sevab
ot Provo. Miss .Miriam Neklo of Provo,
Misw Hlrtb of Chicago. Mrs. Frank Evans
of Coalville, Mrs. Jemmlne. Mrs. Byron
Cummlngs, .Mrs. F. D. Blckford, Mrs. It.
J. Dlnlnny. Mr? Ellen Elliott, Mrs. A. U.
Mirth, Mrs. E. A. Wedgewood, Mrs. Da
vid E. Hemphill. Mrs. M. B. Whltnev,
Mrs. S. W. Scars.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry S. Heath have Is
sued Invitations for a large reception at
their home one week from tonight to meet
thflr gucstn. Messrs. Bacon mid Conwav
of Louisville. Tho hours will bo from 0 to
Mlas AHeon Maclean returned yesterdov
from her visit In tho East and. South.
One of the most beautiful of the spring
luncheons was that In honor of Mrs.
Charles Shields and Mrs. James Whlto of
Park City. Mrs. Edwin F. Holmes bolng
the hostess. Tho twenty-eight guests
were seated at seven small tables, each
decorated with uprays of Easter lilies.
The placo cards were from Denmark,
adorned with bluebirds, the namo of tho
guest being beautifully engrossed In tho
samo color. Following luncheon euchro
was played, tho playing cards being new
and original designs from Denmark, tho
quaint scores and tallies being from tho
namo country. Mra. Fred Davis won tho
lirst prize, an exquisite centerpiece from
Japan, done In pink roses Mrs. A, B.
Richardson won the consolation, a pretty
vase from England. After enjoying cards
for a while, the guests repaired to tho
art gallery, where thoy Indulged In danc
ing. Hugh Satorlco Is home from a thrco
weeks' trip to Boston and New York.
The chief social event of today will be
the reception this evening at the homo of
Samuel Ncwhouso. who entertains In
honor of his guests, Count de Loborde
and Phil Llvermore.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay T.irvln Harris will
return tomorrow from an extended visit
in Florida. Cuba, Louisiana und other
Miss Agatha Berkhoel was guest of
honor at an elegantly arranged dinner
party given Saturday evening by Mr and
Mrs. J.-T. Donohue. Covers wero laid for
ten at a largo round table, with a very
beautiful ccntcrplcco of calla and Easter
llllei", white carnations and smllox, tho
ccntcrplcco extending almost to thn
plates. Following the dinner the guests
enjoyed, an informal mualcalo and danc
ing. Miss Margaret Johnson entertains tho
momlwra of St. Paul'H choir this evening
In honor of Miss Blrclio Thompson, who
leaves Saturday for California to make
Mrs. Edwin F. Holmes wan hostess at a
charming Informal luncheon yestorday,
given In honor of Mrs. Frank T. Harris
of Idaho. The highly polished round ta- 1
bio was covered with beautiful doylies
and centoriiicco, a cut glass vnn of pink
roses standing In the center of the table.
Covers wero laid for eight
Arthur Shophcrd has ls..uod Invitations
for a pianoforte recital nt the Salt Lake
Theater on tho ovenlng of April 12th. Mr.
Shepherd will be assisted by Willard
V u s
Mr. Newhouse and hlR guosls will re
turn today from their vl9lt to tho m!nc3
Mrs. J. C. Royle entertains Informally
nt luncheon tomorrow In honor of her
Ono of the delightful lnfornal evnnts of
yestorday was the luncheon at which Mrs.
Wllllam J. Lynch and Mrs. Fred Slado
entertained In honor of Mrs. E, R. Dick
inson of Denver.
4 l t
Mrs. V. T. McGlllycuddy, who has been
spending the past few weeks In Salt Tikn.
will bo tho guest of Mrs, Robert Gould
Smith until her departure, which will bo
some tlmo next week.
Friends of Miss Edith Ireland will bo
glad to loarn that she Is recovering nice
ly from the effects of an operation for ap
pendicitis, undergone at the Holy Cross
hospital on Monday.
Mrs. James White of Park City, who
has been tho guest of Mrs. Edwin F
Holmes for the past week, left yesterday
for her home
Miss Lucy Grant has returned from
California and Is the guest of Mrs. Ruby
Mrs. Guy Mllner leaves tomorrow for
Pocatello, whero she will join Mr. Mllner,
and whero they will mako their home.
Tho ladles of St Paul's tculld will hold
a bazar In Greonewald's storo r.cxt Sat
urday, April 0th.
Invitations have beon Jsnuod by the
Strollers' club for a danco at tho Lndlcs'
Literary club on tho evening of April 15th.
Tho next meeting of the cluo will be hold
on April 11th at the home of Mr. and .Mrs.
P. W. Madscn, GIG East First South
The party planned for tomorrow even
ing at tho Ladles' Literary clubhouse by
a number of society peoplo has beeu post
poned until April 25th.
Mrs. J. 'W. Farroll will t-ntcrlain the
members of the McKoan Woman's Relief
corps this afternoon at her home.
THE pollco court statistics furnished
to Council by Recorder Crltchlow,
compared with the record of other
years. Is said to show one of two
things. The pollco are moro active
In. ferreting out crlmo and arresting offend
ers or there Is an lncreaso of lawbreak
lng. Last month thoro wcro 323 cases bo
fore tho pollco court These covered a
largo list of offenses, some very grave, but
tho majority being tho commoner crimes
and misdemeanors. The City received
from the lines and forfeitures $315L23.
Big Conference crowds swamped most
of ho local hotels. There was an unusual
attendance, and tho halls of sovcral of tho
hotels wero so full of cots and Improvised
beds that they reminded one of an over
crowded Immigrant steamer.
Congressman Hearst may not be able to
mako a speech, as some of tho newspapers
aro now claiming, but tlicro Is no ono who I
will lntlmalo that he Is not ablo to mako I
his money talk, which Is equally effective.
"May I print a kiss on your lips?" I said,
And sho nodded her sweet permission;
So wo went to press, and I rather guess
Wo printed a full edition.
"But ono edition is hardly enough,"
Sho said with a charming pout.
So again In tho press tho form was placed
And wo got several "oxtras" out
March's record of arrests by tho local
police was 326 cases. Suppose overy of
fender wcro brought beforo Judge Dlehll
Would anything short of six figures havo
expressed tho number?
A newspaper exchango has called atten
tion to tho Tact that scientists claim Jt Is
possible to tell where a man has lived by
tho color of his lungs. The New Yorkers'
pipes aro said to bo sea green. Pittsburg
lungs aro carbon. Chicago gives to her
PEEPER FROM PROVO
CAUGHT IN THE ACT
A. V. Robinson, a member of the Provo
police force .was arrested last night while
peeking through tho window of a houso
on Second West street, and Is charged
Complaint was made to Patrolman
Parry at 10 o'clock last night that a man
had been prowling ulout tho residences
' on Second West betweon Second and
Third South, tapping, on' windows and
frightening tho Inmatek Tho officer went
On a still hunt, and found the man In Ed
ward Stahl's yard gazing intently through
When arrested tho man said ho was an
officer from Provo, but gave no explana
tion of his conduct. Ho had ti pollco star,
a pair of handcuffs and a regulation re
volver. The police bellcvo his statement
that he is an offlcor, but think that he Is
the victim of cither drugs or mental aberration.
To Whom it May Concern. William Bos
well Is not In my employ nor In tho em
ploy of the San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt
Lako Railroad Company.
Y&8 C. O. .WHITTEMORE,
citizens' lungs a brlndlo lint, being a mix
ture of soot and cold air. The bellows of
a Salt Laker aro mud-colored.
If any ono has any doubts as to tho ap
proach of spring a look lnt,o the windows
of several of tho drug stores will rcmovo
that Tho huge piles of sassafras. and
bottles of medicines, warranted to remove
that tired foellng, aro certain harbingers.
"Health fads on tho brain." says a writ
er In a medical Journal, "Is a dlseaso In
Itself. It Is a very prevalent disease, too.
With a few foolish rules to observe, a
wholo lot of hygienic quirks to adjust to
and a schedulo of superstitious sanitary
notions diligently followed by day and
dreamed of by night, Is a malady which
begins as a mental derangement and ends
In a complete physical fizzle. No room
loft for a spontaneous 11 fo, no place for
free, joyous liberty. Not a minute's spaco
for rollicking disregard. Everything llxed,
every minute disposed of. introspections
without number. Forebodings, misgivings,
hovering vaguely about tho mind llko
Hocks of carrion croWs. Such a life is not
worth living. One might a thousand times
better go back to tho reckless regime of a
"Western passenger men are attempting
to Induco Immigrants to como further
"West thla year than hns been the rule,"
remarked a local railroad official. "Tho
customarv rates from New York to the
far West have been so high that the aver
I ago Immigrant has beon obliged to settlo
1 in New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana
and other nearby States. Tho result is
that the West does not get its share of
tho doslrablo Immigrants. If tho passen
ger nsonts will all get together on this
matter It will not bo long until tho great
farming lands of tho West, that ore open
to cultivation, will bo studded with fine
homes nnd will add millions of dollars to
tho general wealth."
Ono of tho "bucks" of the While Rock
agency, who will be here to testify before
tho Federal grand jury next week. It Is
said, has three wives Is It posslblo that
this copper-colored old offender 13 to be.
Has anybody had the courago to go to
tho judgo of the criminal court and ad
vlso his honor to discharge tho poor wo
man who permitted herself to bocomo the
dupe of Arthur Brown9 Is It possible that
sho Is to bo Imprisoned for a crlmo for
which her co-partner has been acquitted?
It would bo Irregular, strictly considered,
to permit tho woman to go free, since sho
has pleadod guilty, but is there a man or
a woman In tho State who will utter a
word of criticism of the court If that of
Uclal will set a3ldo tho Judgment and tell
her to go her way?
Jt would be a monstrous crlmo against
tho public conscience to further punish
her unless tho man who dragged her down
I bo brought to a similar accounting
And the public scntlmont will imd cx
I prcsslon If such a thing wcro attempted.
MONEY FOR EPISCOPAL
CHURCH IN UTAH
Mlsa Charlotte A. Mount of New York
City, through whose will a bequest of
$5000 was left to the lato Bishop Ablel
Leonard of this city, belongs to the
family who a few years ago gave tho
funds for the erection of St. Paul's
church and rectory In this city. The
family were great friends of the late
Bishop Leonard and for Heveral years
have been Interested In his work In
Utah. The money left by Miss Mount
was for church purposes, and will be
used at tho discretion of the new
Bishop of Utah, who will be selected
at the meeting of the House of Bishops
next October. ,
AT HOME ONCE MORE.
In our new warerooms at 51 and -G3
South Main street Our line of pianos
and organs is second to none in Utah.
Our prices are right and terms easy.
Our latchstrlng is always out. Van
sarit and Charaborlain, 51 and D3 South. '
Main street, j
OVER UTAH LAND
Patent Given. Ouc Man by Local Com
missioners and Another Man
Claims It as Coal Land.
The validity of a patent to land, Is
sued by the State of Utah, is to be de
termined In an action to be "tried In
the United States land olllco on May
12th at 10 o'clock a. m. In 1S96 tho
State sold a piece of lnnd in Sanpete
county to Morlnus Boauregard, for
which a patent was issued soon after
tho first of the present year. At the
time of tho sale tho land was ap
praised by the State Board of Land
Commissioners, who found no sign of
coal. There Is nothing on the United
States map to Indicate tho presence of
coal on tht land In question, which also
happontfl to be a school section.
However, William R. Davis has filed
an application In the land office to pur
chase the land under the coal land
laws. He has nlso filed affidavits show
ing that the land was known to con
tain coal at the tlmo Utah was ad
mitted as a State Into the Union. Tho
land office considers the showing made
by Davis sufficient to sell tho land to
him. Tho United States Land Commis
sioner has advised tho Stato Board of
Land Commissioners of the affidavits
and application filed by Davis.
The State Land Board considered the
mnttcr at its regular monthly meeting
yesterday and a resolution was adopted
requesting the Attorney-General to be
present at the trial and authorizing
Mr. Beauregard to taJto what steps
may be necessary in protecting bla
title to the land as acquired from the
State. The land in c6ntroversy Is de
scribed as follows: Lot 7, section 2,
township 19 south, range 2 east, Salt
PETER PAID DEARLY
FOR HIS WHISTLE
Wine, woman and song cost Poter John
son, a visitor from the country, $140, a
diamond pin and a gold ring Monday
night. Ho came In to attend conferenco
and fell In wIUi Nina Wood, an Italian
musician. He was so entranced with her
melodious voice that he took her to his
room at tho Imperial hotel and said:
"Warble, sweet bird."
Nina said sho could not do the warb
ling act successfully alone and called in
T. J. and Florence Kelly to help her.
Johnson did not como from under tho
soothing influence of their dulcet strains
until yesterday morning. It was thon
that he discovered his loss.
He ran out on the street and met Offi
cer Slegfus, to whom ho related his sad
e:perlence as a musical critic Sergeant
Hcmpel and Patrolman Johnston ateo
gavo a sympathetic car to his story and
aoon took tho Wood woman into custody.
Sho confessed her sharo In tho robbery
and Implicated Mr. and Mrs. Kelly, who,
she said, had received all but W0 of the
money and the diamond pin. Tho3 were
found on Nina's person. Tho Kellys wo
placed under arrest, but they denied all
knowledge of the robbery. They admit
ted that they had been to Johnson's room,
b.it said that If anything had been stolen
tht Wooda woman must be tho guilty
Tho trio Is still in tho city jail, but no
complaint has boon signed agolnst them.
For Over Fifty Years.
An old and well-tried remedy. Mrs.
WInslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
pain, cures wind colic and Is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Sold by drug
gists In every part of the world. Be
sure and ask for Mrs. WInslow's Sooth
AT THE HOTELS.
Arrivals at tho Cullen hotel yesterday
wcro J. H. Melville. E. J. Murphy. Fill
moro; James Ruff a, Ogden: C. D. Cchcrr
nohorn and wlfo, Reading; J. W. Web
ster, Roxburgh, Ida.; Loroy Badger, J. A.
Yates and brother, Rosett; M. 15. Jen
nings. R E. Davis. Lovan; A. R, Thomas,
Utlca, N. Y ; H. D. Anet Mancos, Colo.;
O. C. Barton, B. J. Bennott, American
Fork; William Davis, West Baden .Ind.;
William H. Thain. P. W. Maughan.
Thomas Smart, S. H. Smith. Logan; J. B.
Pagufe, S. C. Gallafhen, Ogden; Mrs. K.
J. Boan. Price i W. J. Burch and wife, C.
E. Planon. Park City: L. P. Snow. Jr.. A.
Dupolnt Statcllnc; N. S. NIolson, Mt
Pleasant? W. K. Mordock, Stockton; Al
bert Stevens, Logan; C. M. Madscn. Gun
nison; Helen Greenwood. Fillmore: Mrs.
R. E. Steele, Lchl; Frank Cllft, M. D.. Jo
seph Johnson, Hcbor; W. N. Richards,
Malad; John Robinson and wife, E. A.
Thompson. Bingham: E F. Amurson,
Miss Nottl Amursen. Logan; J. F. Brlng
hurst, Sprlngvllle; J. M. Creon, Spanish
Fork: C. W. Deal. Provo; E. J. Bennett.
Shelley, Ida.; A. N. Francis, Morgan; L.
Holbrook. Provo; E. J. Kcarncs, Gunni
son; J. W. Mcyrlck, Mt. Pleasant; A. G.
G. Wilson, Bingham: Walter Roberts,
Klmberly; S. W. Nlelson, Falrvlcw; C. A.
Rogers, San Francisco; Elof Nelson,
Earah llawkes, Idaho FallH; E. Opdve,
Echo; C. Funk. Ogden; E. J. Murphy, St
Paul; O. J. Hamon. Huntington; Levi N.
Hamon, Pfko City; Newton E. Noyos,
Kphraim; Louisa McBrldc, Provo: Seraph
Jackson, Flllmoro James Byrns, Pork
City; J. N. Cochran. Idaho: A. R. HIgson.
Pocatello; C. B. Jeffries. Denver; M H.
Hcnnessy, Park City; G. W. Mcndenhall
and wlfo, Sprlngvllle; H. R. Heath. Og
den; J. A. Kauffman, O. E. Parson, Bing
ham; Charles II. Hart and wife, Logan;
T. A. Grccnhalgh and wife, Bloomington,
Arrivals at tho New Wilson European
hotel yesterday wero J. 11. Erickson,
Richfield: O. W. Bailey. S. J. Spay, Pro
vo; J. M, Jonson, Brlgham City; H. S.
Woolley and wife, Boise; F. W. Burke,
Theo Turner. Fred Caldwell, W. R. SI
ders, Pocatello: L. R. Scotford, wife and
son. Chicago; H. D. Andrews, Montana;
H. P. Knight. E. D. Hachmlto. J. A. Gldu
land. Colorado Springs: Charles Cromer,
New York; James M. Wilson, Euroka; E.
M. Peyton, Price; D. J. Badger, Denver;
C. Taylor and chlldron, Leadvlllo: William
H. Plock. Burlington: James Ebcrsole,
Omaha; F. TL Davis, G. H. Pearson, New
York; I. Lowonsteln. C. H. Pearson,
Priao; W. W. lngalls, Lchl; C. F. Morton,
Frisco; N. P Nelson. L. R. Anderson, O.
K. Chrlstenson, Manti: Charles E. Bent
ley and wlfo. Carroll. la.; Charlos Skon
gaard, Richueld, Dan Hnnson. Elslnoro:
W. R. King. Denvor; R. J. Dcyor and
wlfo, San Francisco: A. H. Lindsay,
Portsmouth, Va.; F. J. Pnradicc, Denver;
J. Ira Morris and wlfo. Nonbl: Alma
Grconwood, Fillmore: Addle Mooro. San
Francisco: C. Slado. St Louis; Charles L.
Thorme. Now York; W. B. Porterlleld,
Robert Nclll, Ogden; F. W. Thatohor and
wlfo, Logan: M. E. James, Pocatello: Dr.
FranclH Campbell. Beaver; Jane- Butt,
New York; Dr. D. C. Budge. Logan; Theo
Dedrlckson, Spanish Fork; K. Is. Mussle
man, Ogden: Mrs. W. IL Watt, Hailoy,
Ida.; J. H. Gardner, S. W. Ross, Lehl; C.
Storck, New York.
Mora nrw machlnory Just received,
Phong 61, AMERICAN LAUNLKY.
MAKING PLANS FOR
The aiTangements for seating tbc
delegates and the public nt the Repub
lican State convention to bo held In the
Theater next Friday at 10 n. m. aro be
ing perfected. Tho decorations will bo
chiefly of the National colors. The
parquet and dress circle will be re
served exclusively for delegates, tho
Salt Lako delegation, which is the
largest, being assigned a place in the
dress circle, to the right of the center
alslo. The general public will be ad
mitted to the balconies. No tickets
will be Issued.
The stage will be occupied by officers
and members of the State committee,
by county chairmen so far as these
may be present, and not Included in
delegations, b3' former chairmen of the
State committee, and by present and
former State officials. It Is expected
that there will bo plenty of room for
these and for their ladles, at least such
of tho ofriclalR as are not delegates.
The Utah State band will furnish mu
sic on the occasion.
Tho openlnsr part of the programme
will Include the reading of the conven
tion call by Stato Secretary Tom Pitt
and the Introduction of the temporary
chairman and secretary by State Chair
man Anderson. The temporary organi
zation will then proceed with the busi
ness, which Is expected to occupy three
or four hours.
STRIKES OIL WHILE
AFTER HOT WATER
J. Myers returned last ovenlng from
Castllla, whero ho was called two days
ago to Inspect on oil spring. Mr. Myers
has had several miners at work for tho
past throe weeks developing the hot wa
ter supply. Last Monduy a spring whs
opened from which oil camo up with the
water. The spring will havo to be aban
doned so far as tho bathing supply Is
Mr. Myers stated last night that ho
would organize a company and Iwro for
oil. believing that the spring Is over an
Thcro 13 oil In tho valley this sldo of
Castilla, and lare Hows have beon found
twenty miles south of Castilla,
CLOSING THE GAP
TO LOS ANGELES
Tho Salt Lako Route i3 now within 1W
miles of having connections with Los An
geles. Tho track Is now laid as far as
Moapa, seventy-five miles south of Call
entes, and while there aro nearly 200
miles between thoro and Daggett, the lino
will first strlko tho Santa Fo at Ivanpah.
Ivanpah Is tho terminus of a branch line,
and a mining camp, and when the San
Pedro reaches thcro connections can bo
imulc temporarily with the Santa Fo. In
this manner Salt Lake will bo In direct
rail communication with Los Angelc3
sooner than was expected.
WILL BE NO STRIKE
ON THE SANTA FE
TOPEKA, Kas., April 5. The local
union of the International Association
of Machinists announces that no strike
will be declared In the Santa Fc shops
here for a week at least Officers of
the union ay that the matter yests en
tirely upon the action that may be
taken by the Executive committee of
the association, which Is now In ses
sion In Washington considering the
ROCK ISLAND FILES
OMAHA, April B. A mortgage dead
for $163,000,000 was today filed in the of
llce of the Register of Deeds of Doug
The mortgage is executed by the
Chicago Rock Island & Pacific Railway
company to tho Central Trust company
of New York, and covers all the lines
and branchos of that companj. Includ
ing nearly -1000 miles of track In six
The mortgage Is known as the "First
and refunding gold bonds mortgaged
and runs for a period of thirty vcars
from April L 1901.
Supt. Dunn has issued a circular ex
tending the jurisdiction of Master Me
chanic D. J. MaJono of the Utah divi
sion of the Short Lino to Green River,
W. H. Chevers, at present freight
agent for tho Southern Pacific at Og
den, will, It is said, be general freight
agent for the consolidated Harrlman
lines In that city. G. H. Corse, freight
agent for the U. P., will be commercial
C. P. Lamprey, general manager of the
Erlo Dispatch, will bo In the city about
tho end of this week. He has been In San
Francisco and will be going back to Chi
cago. N. B. Campbell, who has for manv
years been clerk In the auditor's office of
tho Oregon Short Line, will resign on tho
15th of tho month, to take a position with
tho Security Investment company. Mr.
Campbell's associates will bo very sorrv
to loso him. Ho Is popular with ail thoso
who have had to do with him, and was
secretary of tho Men's club.
Engineer William E. Gruver leaves with
a party of surveyors tho latter part of
the week for Vernal. They are proceed
ing with a view to pushing to completion
tho nlnoty-two miles of road connecting
tho gllsonlte fields with tho Rio Grando
Western railroad. Tho branch is being
built by tho St Louis Gllsonlte company
who own the Holds.
Tho Secretary of War has submitted to
the Houso Committeo on Insular Affairs
a now section In the proposed bill which
section authorises tho Phlllpplno Govern
ment to guarantee an Income not ex
ceeding 5 per cent on capital Invested In
railroad building In the Islands. In ordor
to secure better bids. Tho bill reserves
to the Government the right to construct
ths roads, although Secretary Tnft Is
In favor of construction by public contract.
COAL STRIKERS ARE
WAITING FOR SPRING
Messrs. E. D. Crowthor, Asa Wilson
nnd John Burgess of Scofleld wcro pleas
ant callers at Tho .Tribune vesterday
Thoy report that some two" hundred
strikers aro yet camped In that neighbor
hood, waiting for tho spring to open in
tho hopo that tho mnn now at work in
tbo mines will be called homo for tholr
spring farming. But tho gentlemen nuraod
do not think that this hopo will bo
realized: thoy say tho mines are now
well supplied with man who havo becomo
skilled minors, who aro likely to stay,
and that plenty of coal for all purposes lu
now being, ana will contlnuo to be, taken
.put and Bhipped,
CONFERENCE FOLKS .
AT WORUND PLAY .
mSUm? Mb. Slella NeT. Mr. !JII
0 Son Mrs. S-sa T. Gatos ami Mrs.
1 w MoOune were the r-poakors. It
auUiora "Jisht cau.o rwrK 10 " , ,
ffi'dc'aV . i
r"SdeIOTheyren 'wreHevlnVflvo pest
lor Hde. Tnerc "i dclCious unch
at the "rat affair ami j .lhcrc
a"nd fprommo of rnustcand
SPTT,hScottinsn Missionary society held IU, "
i Tl. uerretarv and treasurer, uia
Murdoch. William Nlsbot and others. .
AT the Salt Lako Theater "Sag Har
bor" will bo played this afternoon
"A Flag of Truco" wtll bo the bill ,
at tho Grand for matineo and evening per
formances. Daniel Sully opens his on gage m cut jl
ThVdav night at tho Salt Lako Theater U
in "The "Chief Justlco. K
Tho Elleford Stock company will play
'The Man from Mexico" at the Grand. tb
last half of tho week.
Alice Nielsen has gone Into grand opera
abroad, and a cablegram from Par sajfl.
"Theatrical circles aro deeply interested
in Miss AUco NIolson, an Amor! can i -girl
who has Just passed from tho field of
modern musical comedy Into grand opera.
Tho Paris critics are loud in her praJna ,
und have tho utmost confidence , in . her
ability to sing her way into high fao i.
Thoy pronounco her volco one of tlie ver
best on the continent and express the con
viction that It has few equals. Miss Niel
sen has just signed a contract to sing this
season at Covent Garden. London, bho
will appear there In two of Mozart s ope
ras, to be produced for tho fim time
Mrs. Leslie Carter is zoirig to tho coast
in July, and will appear In "Du Barry' in
the independent houses.
Margaret Anglln Is on her way from
England to .appear with Henry Miller In
"Camlllo" In New York. A.
Ida Conquest is, Richard Mansfield's
loading lady In "Ivan, tho Terrible." and
plays tho queen. From "Tho Girl With
tho Green Eyes'' to this play is a. notable
lump for anv actress, and It proves Miss
Conquest's adaptability and talent.
Mmc. Janauschek, tho aged, actress,
whose illness and hard luck In recent
years have aroused the sympathy of old 11
plav-goers, has decided to spend the rest 11
of her life In tho Actors' home on Staten . . jX
Island. Janauschek applied for admission CMj
to thu homo a week ago and it was lmn'- m
dlately granted. "We sent word to her.'V. ta
said A. M. Palmer, chairman of the bonnuj B
of governors, "that sho would be morfT BP
than welcome as a guest and that we lifti j F
a special room waiting for her." She h!l I
made hor home In Saratoga for the last
four years with a friend.
Conrlcd Is a man of much less enterprise 1
than Grau was, apparently. He Is de- &
mandlng n $91.0(0 guarantee from Phlla- .fl
delphla for an opera season. It Is said 'J
that tho reason he Is not thinking of com- J
lnc out to San Francisco Is because he Is
afraid to without a guarantee. It is a jf
very doubtful question whether our neo- d
plo would put up any guarantee. Gran M
never needed any guarantee and he mado u
money hero always. Ho even brought his M
entire outfit from Europe to Sim Frnnciscn 2
once without suggesting a guarantee, nnd
ho mado a great profit San Francisco
UTAH BEE KEEPERS
ELEGT OFFICERS J
The Utah Bee-Keepers' association 9
inet in regular annual session in this W
city yesterday and elected officers for w
the ensuing twelve months. The meet- M
Ing was well attended, representatives m
from all quarters of the State being a
present. The production of honey and i
proper care of bees was discussed at i
length, and the meeting was one of the )
most successful ever held. A short ad-
dress was made hy President E. S. '
Lovesy, in which he referred to th j
natural conditions being most promls-
ing for a productive and prosperous U I j
year for both the bee-keepers and the
farmers. He strongly urged a stronger
organization of the bee-keepers for the
purpose of fostering and protecting the
honey interests of the State. In anewer
to a question from the outsldo a roost
comprehenslvo answer was given by T R
R. G. Welch, telling what honey Is and 1
how It Ih made by the bee. He stated A
that honey was not only a food, but a fl
Tho following were the officers'
chosen: E. S. Lovely, president R C
Rhees, lirst vice-president; Andrew
Nelson, second vice-president' T N
Elliott, secretary; "W. Belllston, assist
ant secretary. The executive com
mittee conslsta of George Hone J Tt
Bunting. G, W. Van Gundy. Q. Sorent
son, O. B. Huntington. The following 1
are the county vice-presidents:
Salt Lake Joshua Terry
Utah Fred Dart. "
"Wasatch-J. A. Smith. .' I
Davis G. E. Garrett. j
Box Elder J. Hansen, i
Weber O. Folkman. I
Juab Thomas Belllston
Washington R. A. Morris. '
Tooele A. Fawson.
Cache Nephl Miller. - ' i
Morgan T. R. G. Welch ' ' I
Ulntah-C. C. Bartlett. .'
Emery Chris Ottoson . I
Wayne Mrs. S. E. Colfm 'if
Carbon-Chris PetersSi " ' ?
Kane W. J. F. McAUl-uV,.
Sevier-R. a. Lowe ter f
Sanpete Ed McArthur J
Hlch-J. w. SattoSu..
Colds Aro Dangorou.
How often you hear i .
only a cold' d ,
that tho man is on
monia. This Is. of lth pne- a
currence that a 1? Cmmn - , ' 1
should not be dlsrerdob i " '
Iain's Cough nomi Chambtrfr
tendency it,ZTT i '
cures Qnd iB pieasant 2 Italwaj,, T