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I 'jfrms BAIT 'JLAEE TEXBTjyjE:- THTOSDAT HQjgcffiTg, APKTX 77190 ' 11 L f
m ' FIFTY MEN IN SUB-
Jin WAY FACE DEATH
Fire in Underground in New York
"j k ' Blocks Traffic on Broad-
I NEW YORK, April G. For half an
r hour traffic on lower Broadway, near
I St. Faul's chapel, was blocked today by
Jlt5j4vi I a fire in the new subway, the volumes
t5fe,',V of smoke that poured throuph the few
openings to tho streets driving pedes
trians away and making' difficult the
BK ; work o the firemen, who were called
'SrI out m larB force because o the loca-
POjjjjffif i The fire broko out near the corner of
5B f Fulton street and Broadway, ivhcre. ho-
sioSgBT" fide St. Paul's chapel. Is the principal
5tJB i entrance to this section of the subway,
tH workmen entering the tunnel at that
point, so that smoke shut off their usual
' maiis of egress, and for a time fifty or
HH Smorc laborers were penned In and in
rB f However, one block further down the
l&H -treet. at tl)e comer of Dey street, it
rM had been found necessary to open the
street and build a massive wooden plat-
tfl i form In place of the usual paving.
?Sn After a few minutes' work an orn-
;qjH? Ing was made and the laborers were
jH helped out to safety.
itM Through the regular opening into the
-JH subway beside St. Paul's chapel nnd
'H Through openings made from the cellars
JH of the buildings adjoining the subway.
UH a flood of water was poured down nr.
the smouldering fire and -within half
"jH an hour the blaze was extinguished and
traffic on the street soon afterward re-
H , FIVE DEAD, ONE DYING,
'til I fi AS RESULT OF FIRE
MOUNT VERNON, N. Y., April 6.
Five persons are dead and another Is
dying as the result of a fire that oc
curred today In the Columbia Hall
building, a metal sheathed three-story
structure located in Wilson place.
The dead are: Nathan Frey. 66 years
old: Isldor Frey. 12 years old; Helen
' Frey. 9 years old: Henry Frey. 3 years
old; Gussle- Doheylng. 10 years old, a
. :: cousin of Mrs. Rebecca Frey.
j, Inured' Mrs. Rebecca, Frey. dying
1 ; in the Mount Vernon hospital: Mrs. Asa
Barry, lv.ad and face burned. Injuries
! jiot dangerous; Mrs. Louise Lavlgn,
overcome by smoke
S ONLY ONE JUROR
r FROM FORTY MEN
' ffil Difficulty Encountered in Securing
''Ml the Balance of the Jury in the
fJ Shockley Case.
.Imv Only one juror was secured out of
r the special venire of forty examined In
Vp -the Dlrlriet court yesterday for the
H ! Shockley murder trial. Tho lone Juror"s
' name Is William .1. Knapton. a painter
I liing in this city, who makes the
Iffy lenlh man secured In the case. Tt Is
lift believed that the Jury box will be filled
f! today and that the Introduction of evl-
K dencc will begin either this afternoon
or tomorrow morning.
I' Of the special venire of forty issued
(Tuesday afternoon, thirty-three ap
peared In court yesterday inornlnsr. The
Sheriff's office was unable to serve six
of the summons and one talesman was
3 disqualified. Out of the thirty-three
that .appeared twenty-fwo were ac
K tepted on their voir dire examination;
K five were excused upon their own mo-
jSF tfons, two were found to bo exempt
U . from jury duty and four were physic
i..' ally disqualified. Knapton was the only
;l juror acceptable among the twenty-two
candidates exnmlned In the Jury box.
The others were either biased In their
prejudices or opposed to capital punish
ment and were excused, either on chal
lenges for cause or peremptory chal
lenges by the defense.
There Is not a vcr manifest Interest
in the case as yet and few ppcctator.s
have thus far been attendant at the
proceedings. Shockley Is paying less at
tention to the examination of the men
Who arc to decide his fate than he did
at first and spent a large portion of his
time yesterday In writing and drawing
on some scratch paper.
The following are the names of the
special venire of jurors who are to ap
pear in court this morning at 10 o'clock:
A. S. Higham, Lawrenco P. Kimball.
Tt C. Badger, Harry S. Jo'seph, John
Fielding. Joseph N. Hicks. Sidney K.
Hooper, John Snell, Mathew Miller,
George F. Wiseman, II. F Heath.
Henry R, M. Atkinson. Urban Plcknell,
Algenla Clayton. John T. Lynch,
Thomas H. Atkins. Alexander Watson,
.ToHeph A. Busby, R. T(. Chamberlain,
John W. Keener. William II. BIntz,
William T. Foulger. J. C. Glanfield,
William J. Moore. Walter Williams. J.
J. Jensen, Albert Hera, all of Salt Lake
City, John H. Osguthrop, East Mill
Creek; George W. Price, Murray, Ed
ward BiKhop. Murray; Henry W. Win
chester, Murray; Charles W. Gregory,
Union; H. J. Malen, Sandy; Louis An
drus. Draper; Benjamin R. Meek, Drap
er: Fred W. Chase, West Jordan.
Henry J. Gregcrnon, Bingham; Joseph
C. Maxfleld, Bingham; William M.
Adams, Bingham; Samuel H. Worthcn,
E. COURT CALENDAR.
f ' Cases Set for Today,
fe . -4- DISTRICT COURT. 4.
- DIvlKlon No. 1 Judge Hall.
T. M. Herbert et al vs. Herman -4-
pi Division No, 2 Judge Stewart. -f
t -f No court. 4.
! 'y -4- Division No. 3 Judge Morse. -f
: 4- Stato of Utah vs. J. M. Shockley.
I. -j Division No, 4 Judgo Lewis. -f
g-xj No court. 4.
KT; . CITY COURT. -f
W -f Civil division Judge Tanner. -f-
W j Dr. Bealtlo vs. Woodford.
S t -f- Dr. Bcattlo vs. Goddard, 4-
fg - PARK CITY PAYS
ht v FOR BROKEN ANKLE
Hn That It pays for a municipal govern
ttm ment to keep Its sidewalks in repair la
the lcsori contained In an opinion
A handed down In the Supreme court yes
terday. Pa May. 1$, 1S.0O, Kat,e Jpbjispn, 1
while walking up Park avenue In
Park City, tripped on a loose board
In the sidewalk and suffered a broken
ankle. She brought) f,ult against the
city for ?10,000 damages, and the Jury
returned a verdict in her favor for $1500.
The defendant then appealed to the Su
The opinion, written by Justice Mc
Carty, holds that the evidence shows
the sidewalk was old and that the lum
beer of Which It waa made was worn
and .decayed, . and that one of the
stringers was rotten. No reversible
error Is found in the record, and the!
judgment Is affirmed with costs. Chief
Justice Baskin and Justice Bartch con
cur In the opinion.
Laura Turner began divorce proceed
ings In the District court yesterday
against Frank M. Turner on the
grounds of desertion and failure to pro
vide with the common necessaries of
life. The couple were married on Ma
18, 1900. and have one child, the custody
of which Is asked by the plaintiff.
Proceedings were Instituted In the
District court yesrtcrday by Matthew II.
Walker, et- al.. against the Union Mi
ning company of Utah for a dissolution
of the corporation, and asking that
L011I3 IT. Farnsworth be appointed re
ceiver of the company. The plaintiffs'
allege that the books of the corporation
can not be found, and that Its fran-
chlse has expired by limitation. The
plaintiffs claim to be the owners of 7060
shares of the capital stock of 10,000
ARBOR BAY PLANS
FOR THE (J, OF (j.
Teachers nnd Students Will Unite to
Beautify the Buildings and
The students nt the University hold
a mass meeting yesterday morning and
made active preparations for celebrat-.
ing Arbor day oh a large scale. The
boys agreed to turn out and plant trees,
dig trenches and grade the grounds,
while the girls, not to be out done,
triumphantly declared that they would
furnish an elaborate lunch for all work
ers on the occasion.
At the beginning of the meeting
President Kingsbury named the follow
ing faculty committees, who will have
the work In charge:
Committee on trees Professors Mar
shall. Roylance and Howard.
Committee on grading and trenches
Professors Beckstrand. Wilson and
Committee on tho planting of Ivy
Professors Babcock. Howell and May.
The grounds will be beautified by new
trees and lawns, while an effort will be
made to change the barren appearance
of the buildings by surrounding them
u ith ivy. Some flower beds will aluo be
put In, and considerable other work, as
already outlined by Prof. Wilson, will
be atempted. The boys will have to dig
about S00 feet of trenches In order to
make a number of small sprinkling
connections, and if they get this done
In good time. Prof. Wilson says that he
will let them finish up by running a
little pipe line over to the athletic field.
The engineering students have already
surveyed this ground, and all that re
mains to be done Is the digging. A sur
vey for continuing Second South street
up Into the campus and swinging It
around in a circle has Just been com
pleted. A rearrangement of the athletic
field Is also being talked of, but this
work will probably be left for another
time. The plan, however, is said to be
a , good one, and the rjulcker It Is
adopted the better it will be for
athletics at the hill school.
The following young ladfes will assist
the Ivy committee In Its work:
First j'ear normals Mlssses Sharp,
Burnham and Williams. They will deco
rate the museum building.
Second year normals Misses Pear
son, Rampton and Bruckman.
Third year normals Misses Ward.
Larscn and Carlson
These two committees will Join to
gether In planting Ivy around the
Misses Schmlrer, Ferguson, Tibblts
and Tlbbito of the college department,
assisted by Misses Lyman, Stewart and
Hardin of the fourtli year normals, will
do the planting around the normal
AT POINT OF DEATH
BERKELEY, Cal., April C. William
J. Sharwood, an Instructor In chemistry
In the University of California, in lying
In an unconscious condition, the result
of an attack by footpads. While return
ing to his home late last night Shar
wood was held .up by two masked men.
One of the men stealthily approached
him from behind and struck him on the.
head with a sandbag. Sharwood stag
gered away and tried to reach his res
idence but when within about one block
of home he fell unconscious. Assembly
man W, H. Waste found him and car
ried him home, where It was found that
Us head was badly cut. It is feared
that his skull has been fractured and
that his Injuries may result fatally.
' THE STANDARD
Family medicine of today Is tho cele
brated Hosteller's Stomach Bitters,
FOR 50 YEARS it has enjoyed the con
fidence of tho public and Is today more
popular than ever. Tt Is so safe and re
liable that physicians everywhere en
4is therefore de
serving ot a per
nianent place In
weak or run down
Malaria, Fever '
14 ' ' ' ''A r' ' Widow of Goatemaia's Assassinated Presldissit Be ' I :
' -tafaied at San Francisco. j If
P- ''' '' ' "United States Customs Officials Seize! Her Famous CoHecitaA of -j Hi f ' I
j lSrrK-M ' ' ' Jewels and Demanded $G0OQ Duty--She Wore Them op. S.fta. M ,
KSCllv ' ' Occasions and Everybody Thought They Were Worth &SX)'WdO. j. K jjl j
ftPk ',; Come to Our Store a-nd See $he Gemsiae B'asssios Bia-j Sf j
I " WrvSS ' - monds-the Klnd'Mme., Barrios Wo'e. ' Mil
j (p? Why people continue to pay extravagant prices for diamonds is znorc.thanvvclqQn'uratlexstaiitL,; 3 rSli1
V kpW1 ' ' Anybody who will read tho following special dispatch telegraphed; from San Fra'sciscp to the le?- yxlj ,
: 4 Lng newspapers of thlu city will readily understand that it is no longer necessary -to payi-esiccmoxia j
S sumo for diamonds: 'w a I
"8eji Francisco, March 16. ilm-e, Alcerio Hojrn. JBarrioa' famous dlsniand necMacf Tiich sboiiiaa-xm BfSrf I
Jp T.rcr53tf5r;V on oteta occasions in Guatemala and at oclal functions la New York, b nof conowd of iilgh-srriood dJaznoawTa ja' brI;! I
H iK i-t.Jr?Zi JffiSiS59 after aELtrat of Barrios Diamandfl. Many pthor g&nb hi yrthtA ma tJioughi to be ppo of thozaoot magnlfkxaat colleo-. M Hpr I
tlons of Jqw-oIb ia tho world are but ejeper imitatlona. Tbfa atoucdias 6Uaca7ory mado'ljy-Ctifltom Hocsb-vw mil
czperto' "svl10 0X3X11110(1 fcor puipaso o! fixing Qx6ir valuie." y WU
?I'vf" nv Mmc. Barrios, the widow of the second Barrios, President of Guatemala, aMossinaled, liliai Win ( I
:fjv' 3iili'liK his uncle, two yaars ago, arrived in San Franckcoreccritly. The Custom House ofKciala dcrazarfe j j ' J
iE at $Co,ooo duty be psid- on Mme. fearrioa, .jcwd'3. She? demurred, daiia5ng tirat the gwns wcrcia j
' ' . r bought in New York by her late hush and "a agents, S If II
Vf. T The Custom House experts examined the jewels. after Mmc, Barrios "had failcdtto establish ; j I
1 her statement by documentary proof, and the amacring di&covory was-made.thabthe jewel&. JffmejH 1 j I
tzJj-C'$ Ban-ios, reported to be ouo of the wealthiest women in tho world, arc, rnnycf therm, orily'Bxrs3x?$ At I
I rr VNwJV. dBrTL EHamonds.' The jewels upon which $6o;ooo dirty was demanded" are -not worth $ 2o;ooo. Expsjrtsif kJi 1(1
i ' $ ' ( '"C' thoug.ht the jewels were worth 'more than a million dollars. S J I
J iLC- 7it'::--' a-Iow, vmat do you say txx that? If Barrios Diamonds arc- g-ood'enough'for-a pre3idcnfecwie (i I
. 'K . "'Jr to wear on state occasions, dont you -think they are good enough for you? P 1 j IM
; 1 : 1 If expert jewelers, selected by the United States Government to apprzise: such articles, think I I'M
1 MME. ALGERIE REYNA BARRIOS. Barrios Diamonds arc the high-priced kind, do you think any ordinary citizen would detect the 13 11 j III
ono difference? We defy them to distinguish Barrios Diamonds from the kind sold in eccclnsive jeurpl-
r "BtiTTic DUaij(ii," ood tbt tiioeirfiro collation tild not ooi $2o.ooo. jfew. rv stores cverv dav far fancy nnccs. Don t go astray in such an. 'important matter 'as buyine dia- li '
DorrfoB fa tho rrlioTT or a (orcsor picalflont of Guatamala, ao4 htr JovrcJd irero a in- J J - 3 JJt ti. Tr!- . t-r li TV . . . - .-l. ..1.. U '
; j ftiaoffrd by oYon-iKKjy to ba tbo 0net le iha woria. J monds. ui)mc to 'our store and'-gcT tnc iSoxnoG- JL2nnonaa. K , , IB
I You Must See These B&utiful Barrios DimkKTtds. ?j ; II
I I prxfeotty brilliant ( ( MlLaat rtoncx ; ) 1 dato-r 2alro coated from ' ' v, u-rrtx-. S C Om of On Ims&soaiosi end S -atta & lTttary I
j ,0 j jlgool issg-gi-wi Jallso S2JQj jfc.$3,eojj
1 1 i I Scarf p3ns that sccm to worth 2oo,o fr $2'50, I 'ft 1 1 II 1 1
j 1- Cuff ButtoRS that-seeni to be worth $150.00 for $3.50 -8 I 5 (I I
I I -ocefts tbat secm t be worth $35.00 for $1.50. - j forl' i '
IWP Wnss that sccm to be -fvorth $5o.oo-for $2-00. 'r' ) MfeWKS i SS&r H .
H i ( Grecian Knot. j Kroocnes tbat sccm to be worth $50,00 for 52.00. l K-.t J ? i-,.r-ur. e-i'tt aaaj 3 i JM
I l Mootisll Brodch. j A beaatlr airmail plo a j j u-tSoSt? J t- S.U w tmatA 1
irisSlfeHi SHHS Brooches th" seem to be worth us0-00" S2-50- SJSssI
j Sij$2.0flJ I $1.50- 1 studs that SMm to fa with 75- (or $i.5o. I Ss&.Kwj SJLj ! .
D TO) ; TTh; n . J aro the noarost tvppronoh. to jenulno dio-rnorids over dl I 11 "" 1 " ' ' ' " n ( jH
3 OarrlOS JLiiaHXiOIl(US covered. They have all the lusor, Oro. of ,lora and brill- Qtir Gll&rmm$e& Wo aJbsotutoly guaraatoo Bsrrios DIo- $
1 lancyof old mine Gema and will Monti acid, boat, alHall, etc. Do Catcrafound Carrion tM,ft71 , ,,,7 ?Af xflr i ,S
2 Diamonds vlth ouch wortUesa Imitatlona a3 Rhinoatoaciv, BraciU, Xjontana, Bolivia Walro SW.0O9 to eay c&srtteUa tanLtuUon t'Scaxl Mat evor r- 'Jl )
i diamonds. Harriot Diamonds have never toforo been offered for ealo in this city. fasod t ropgco ooa nHAct aocc wbKb foitM gtrert6Ct saUaftxeiloa. U IH
j DemonstraLtion. ad: Walker BrotKers Dry Goods Company. jj
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fi AT A "RPTT No" nJ throat iron- rrrrP-Tr
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lu:WJSTk. Si nod liotreis. I'lion, uuil lteciat 1I- - VjOT!)itVi5js
txV&mSatf v!t& wmcs, I'ocuqIo Ootuplatnu. fnromo III- fffyi. -iSixkt,
K?f&&ajF'' HCasns ot Women and Children. lllcUrin. rOfi-V "IrtWyjjH
IwfffM ' -?Sr o'plual Trouhlei. bkln Dtkcnfo.i, Donrnosri. ' it IMfM
"CjjftlM v' tW . Asthma ltronchlul nnrt l.uui; Trnublua. UJhK ''nMO'
vf-Q HhouinaHim. Huy Koror. h'curalcla. Hjr.- L7 ' rtf Xffly
Nfi"" L'Jp lotl:i. Ejo and Ear DlKontc, Coliru (or bltf ,C ' rp.
X tiXS nocl) arlcocolii. 1)M (anhooil, nto . T STS.
'K. JiiiAl Wooil nieawa. 1'rlvato Dletases. JScroiula. t?- jS&jv&,
2 nnd nil ormn of Nervoyi nod ChrOnlo JJI- wJVW
'TS! OUK JIOTTO: A low fee quick fTtVM'ft?
tfVvTiL!riw curt-, mlltl and juilnlott ivcat.mcnt Wvfv
Coiibultntlon In icr.ur. or liv letter
nit A J snoRCS. Xrcutoall. Cull or rrllf. dr. 3. TV. Kmnu:.".
TTrnvrP. fITTR"F!S "RV TVTATT. Jo al dcM'alr Icauo you llvo ni a illstttnce from tho j
XLVJllli jUJjO SjX lUttlli cUyi Dr,, Chores now system of llOMIC TU1JAT31K.ST
niaUi It easy to uul rricrl rvdvlrc nnd treatment nt liotnf. Their m' (rmploui blnut corcrs
orerj lymploui of dlca.sc; which onbblcs thorn to dlacntmu your calf .tsd tell jon what your
troublo In, what can be donu for you. and T?uai llio cott of n euro trill be. WJtVl'15 If you c&unol
oall. for their now jyruptoui Hit and taio ndrantaeo of tho KIOSK EXAMINATION. Whothcr
you tako Irvatmoul or not, 'ho udrlco rowt you nolbluc.
Weak en Pay When Cured
If yoa BiiOer from any of Ibe o;tlnot)ti or J We cute you first aud tliunnit a RliASON-
disAscx cauiua by U'liorancc, ojcc or con- A III. I J KEK u Iicd you an cured. A'oU can du-
irkIoii VOi; AUK T11H VBllY PKUKON WE liond upon our word, thoiikands of nntlonti
WANT TO TALK TO, haTclnilnned in. NOW WK WANT TO UUUB '
Wo havu proven oiirstlll In curlne OUUONIC YOB wlthtuo dlLtlnet midontandljiB that wo
dUcacs by publishing Uio many volunUry will nut domnnd a KKK unill rto enru you.
tvMlumuhil from homu pvOplc, p Ivlnp nainci, This nppllc to Iov Maubood. bciolnal Wcak-
p,CrK?VN-'Tr.r'iti'f!ii nun hitfi ncis. B.ern:alorrhooa. Varicocele l)leaies of
IN I'KH UT llisl isi S lnc pro4ln, Glan'1. Unnatural .omo. Oon-
IJlecatit, l'l.w.ml.l 'bmru'r cuaHMunce: llcncu. orrhoea, Gloat. Hirtotarc.a.CntaKlounllliKiil
wobavotoptovoouritlll In thlsclnniof uou- I'oleon, and all hAh-MC3at,3 of men. Cou-
bleu In ahothur mi. Tlili Is our plni: lullatlou aud advice lrci'.
OlOcii )Iour! ! n. m. to 3 I'.dl; i:reillncHi''lo S; Sundnys nnd Holiday j, Id a, tn. to 12.
DBS. SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, "iffflAfeuuh.
tmnCT-TTTTrn i i III n n i nrTTrrtuni iijii iiirmrri1" 'tf "' ""'nwi-mpmn
Jo tho watchword for health and vljroP,
aoratort and bcautj'. Mankind le loarn
tngr not only the necessity but the luxu
ry of Cleanliness. SAPOLlO, which haa
wrought such ohtLnjreo In tha bom, n
Bouncta her nlster triumph,
SR P LI
FOR TOILET AND BATH.
A jspcc&al soap which onorglzen the
whole body, etaxtD tho clroultkn and
loaves an exhllaratlncr fflow. JSJ1 ro
cora ad drufclflta.
lkH I S MARVEL Whirling Spr. v
UV.WfSyTbe ,ne,w TMlc.l S;rlre. nit.-
?CVSGL (ionand SvsHon, lieu bV
VssC vS?y 3few-ot Sloil Convenle.nu
iittislSWSfJV .Ml'lfum liLly.,
iikytar irotiM Ur If. j, mJu
1 J( he cionotupply tho kffnETTTttf&t
3iAKVi-:i ncceptno N,. iA-Wr 'Ph-
other, hut tind itaiup for ?fe jf,'''-j
llInstiHtcdtooV wfl IIkIvck e,Jr
full particulars and dlreclloim tu- fW, J A3
Ynhublo to ladles MAKVKL CO.Jn&l . IV
. fnrliltow. I'uWVorU. tIIHjy
For wile by F. C. Schramm, F. J.
Hill Drutf (Jo. and Oh.ns. Van Dyke.
ONCE I HID A HUSBAND
Iilttlo elx-year-old maidens will tell you
all nbout It ;it tho conceit for tho 13EN
KFIT OP MRS. CllARLKS A. SMITH.
Salt T.aKo Thcuter, Monday, evening,
l h (Tt W Mlpht run faster than 1
aiklj Sl The Rock Icla5d System j ;
TO No 'Railroad Train Does I
i jr . TV T A 7n0 llycr lcavcs Colorado I SfH
vC A A 4 Sprlncs and Denver 2".15 p. I
XLi. in. today and arrives Kansas City I H
(TfTPV ' nt 9:35 a m" tomorrow- Supper H
i. 1 I and breakfast are served in the j Hiaiafl
Connections' are made for all iSlH
points southeaut nnd cast ut the Vl
,b Kansas Clly Union Station. Night i lll
Unln for Kansaa City leaves Den- lil
ver p. I H
I iijIlJIfiSjjiS E- ImAKE' Dlst Pa"- ASent- 1 lfl
Gu'l Agent, Denver. 8 H