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wk ' Tele Sait T ; a k"Fj Tribtoq Stood ay Mobigmat 1, 1904. . ' ll I il
1 10 HER HONE
Mb W a Month
Ipiporarily Granted Her
Upending Suit Against
I Her for Divorce.
Kbond Charges Desertion and
Konkonness, and Tells of So- '
R dety Woman's Escapades.
imL 1 The Tribune
IkHICAGO, April- 30. Charles G.
IllBrown's" suit for divorce against
lllthe rich and beautiful Katherlno
mio. Brown ha3 disclosed a few
iWk ,n 1110 llf0 0t Interesting
jjpjjkj that are much discussed now-
Wsfc Dunno has dlreoted that Mrs.
iCTn vacate her homo at 1612 Prairie
rifL9 qj. forfeit the J20O per month
XfMTnry alimony 'which has been
' iled her.
fl t appears, that Mrs. Brown has not
i living at home," said Judge
me. tmt Bhe has been traveling all
.1 fttfce earth Instead of remaining
jito make a home for her husband.
"f fce was content tp wander around on
ji fa month allowance I can see no
en why she should object to leav
i the home now. If she had been llv
yi there right along- this court would
ci ihe remained there, but as It Is I
!V JiO a month alimony and J250
'j ixers' fees will be sufficient. To
ti the charges made against her
i ifBrown will be given further al-
ms to -secure testimony as soon
?s made clear what testimony she
1 f to obtain.'"
M starting a suit for temporary all
i f, pending the divorce controversy.
Brown gave Judge Dunne a chance
lis upon her own rights.
bargee of Drunkenness Made.
it- Brown, who is the daughter of
.j (Graves of Buffalo. N, Y., was ac
lf of being a common drunkard by
relopments of a startling nature
irtd cloEcty the opening o Brown's
itt against his wife's charges that
A3 i being made the victim of a dl-
i plot. Among other things set
an affidavit by JJrowiv are as
JS kls that for elx years he has not
, tllh her as her husband and that
L.Ums sho was confined in an In
ija uylum at Canandalgua, Y.
t wrn told In his affldavit a story of
ial He's becoming Insane on an ocoan
ly.and being held In an asylum at
iBjHfgue, Holland, for a week. Tho
Blrr,he declared, resulted from her
, fBI.v9 use of alcohollo liquors and
j Kiting drugs.
- sWbt allegations that her trips
lm& have been at the request of her
ho Is secretary of the Cen-hfltcu-lc
company and said to have
ilulwiiiEe of J20.000 a year. Brown has
J3 that for three years past much
wife's time has been spent In In
IiSJBIonafor tho cure of the liquor and
"ejtember, 1&00, he says, he bought
TfrM d bullt lhe h0!T1o at 1C12 Prairie
flOT The house was contpletod Oc
"'ftv 1501, and Mrs Brown returned
ftfcBv'S0 and took possession.
jKSeserted Her Little Son.
'K? 845-8 h,s fatner. brothor and
e C contributed to the support of
tfcBr avenue home. Mrs. Brown,
vcd there only from Novem
UB'.wch, 1902, when Bhe dc
...uie place, leaving her little son
r. .Kit Vra- Brown Is declared to have
tW? I "Qto In which she said she
'MF&i to leave her husband for all
that lt would be useless for
,uJh8tandlng her noto, Brown
started search for her and a
Tof daj'B later found her In Bos-
am? ho sayB 111 bad Phy
rpWMaiUon through use of liquor,
, vPwiaded her to go to Falkirk
"Bul1??1!1' Brow" says hlB wife
U -MP1 Falkirk until September, 1902,
) i C! dr!nWnK to exceaB and other
U :BBner hcrself In, an unbecom-
'iBf10fered t0 ve ner a prlvato
'r ;:RfDwlBht' d pay tho ex
1KL& llaI of a 1,fluor cure; but
'iKT ofrer nnd immediately
Pgo and remained away a
'fli-iftit.he.year m Question, Brown
w,fe spent some tlmo at her
iniKu' e and tncn left for Europe.
Pm traine(1 nurse, occom-
Jthit &Thwn Eays' hc pay,nB tn6
rta?lWn Becamo a Drunkard.
r?M.ml.triP across the ocean, ho sayB.
Stt!Kiv ! av Rotterdam, Holland.
BSKt? u"balanced- Bho was re'
'rXtr tu Hae' where her father
s3 KrViJ,1 weekB laler. Still un-
'n&X bun i Brown Is declared
& V .bUBht back to New
rtl!.ent.to the Cannndalgua asy-
ffS nL commitment are sub-
iit t , last' ln violation of her
Sg to leave Chicago if she were
jBffavStKce dayn refnalnod at
m-'abVoiw , meanwhile be
WW Y helpssl5' intoxl-
lAfll jfcd. BrX t0 hlcn demand
lUPJKhvdforiL Q880rts at on.
-liBaooffihmo l? Chicago and
iflllB'WveS toh0t lrnk3 and belong
IWTBhw?, htbe ' P'alrlo avenue
n IK Buffalo n worth
sVwiS amym th rent3
' UNDER A TRAIN
San Francisco ITon Adopts a Horri-
"blo' Method of Taking His
" tOwn Ufe.
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.", Xprll 30.
Carl Meyer, a passenger on
the overland train, committed
aulcldo this afternoon by
throwing himself under a train.
H1b last will and testament was
found on the body. It bequeathed his
property In Puoblo to John Stormmel of
that city. A bank book showing a bal
ance of 5912 ln the Germanla Security
bank of San Francisco ,waa round In his
pocket, and he also carried a receipt for
yB. room at 215& South Main street, San
Francisco, slimed by the "W. M. D.
company. IIJs will was dated San
Francisco, January 9, 1902, and waa
witnessed by J. Harris, 821 California
street. A card was found stating that
John Stormmel of Pueblo and Ed O.
Kalnln of San Francisco be notified.
Temporary insanity was evidently the
cause of the suicide.
PUEBLO, Colo., April 30. Carl Myor,
who committed sulcldo ln Albuquerque
tonight by throwing hlmselT v under a
tialn, was formerly engagad, in tho tail
oring business with Stommel, to whom
Myer Is said to havo loft all his Pueblo
property. In addition to considerable real
estate ln Pueblo, ho Is said to have $715
In a Los Angeles bank and $325 In San
WAR OF STOCKMEN
NOW ON IN NEVADA
Twenty-Threo Hundred Head of
Sheep Near Silver Lake, Oregon,
Slain by Masked Men.
Special to Tho Tribune.
RENO, New, April 30. A war be
tween cattle and stockmen, the
outcome of which cannot be fore
told, Is now on In earnest ln Port
land. This morning at an early hour
ten men heavily masked overpowered
the herders of Grube and Parker forty
miles northeast of Silver LalTe, Or.,
and killed 2300 ahcep. This makes 4000
head tho sheepmen havo lost In this
manner this year. Tho work Is alleged .
to be due to the cattle owners and the
sheepmen are armlnir themselves to
prevent further raids. A clash seems
unavoidable and when lt does come the
people of the Nevnda-Callfornia-Oregon
line look for a repetition of the trou
bles experienced ln Idaho and Wyo
ming. James Talbot, one of the heavi
est sheep owners, has already started
to fence off ten sauare miles of the
choicest grazing land on the three lines
and the cattlemen have expressed their
Intention to contest his right to do so.
Thus far no arrests have been made.
"West Virginia "Woman Dies From
Inhaling Poison From Highly
FAIRMOUNT, "W. Va., April 30.
Mrs. Jessie Hodgman of Barnes
vlUo died yesterday, after her skin
had turned a dark brown. Physi
cians are puzzled and bellevo that her
death was caused by inhaling poison
from highly-colored wall paper which
Mrs. Hodgson was using today.
Naval Reserves at St. Louis.
NEW YORK, April 30. The naval re
r.erves of New Jersey who are to row at
the St. Louis exposition have decided
to send an ensign with a crew of twelve
men and a cook.
It is proposed to go overland to Pitts
burg, down the Ohio rlvr to Cairo and
then up tho Mississippi to BL Louis.
On the return trip tho crew will row
down the Mississippi river to New Or
leans and return from there by steam
ship. A double bank whale boat will
be U6ed on the river trip and the crew
will camp en route.
Good "Wrestling Bouts.
TACOMA, Wash., April 20. By win
ning the second of a series of three
"bouts, Chris Person of Tacoina succeed
ed In defeating Duncan McMillan, tho
Scotchman, ln the wrestling match at
tho Tacoma theater last night. Tho
match was one of the prettiest and fast
est ever pulled off ln this city. In mak
ing the match McMillan agreed that lt
he was thrown at any tlmo during tho
evening he would lose.
John Berg of Belllngham agreed to
throw Charles Berg of Tacoma three
times ln thirty minutes, but failed to
live up to his contract. He spun the lo
cal man around the mat on his head,
but although he secured two falls, ho
was unable to land the man for tho
third time within the limit
City Officers for Pocatello.
Special to-'The Trlbuno.
POCATELLO, Ida., April 30. At an
adjourned session of the City Council
Mayor Swinehart announced the fol
lowing appolntmenta: Chief of Police,
C S Smith; policemen, Charles Sell and
A. R. Reddish; Street Commissioner,
M. O. Inglestrom; City Phy&Iclan, Dr.
J. H. Bean. They were confirmed.
x The Wall Paper
Kueh Is on. but we are up to date with
our orderst and are at your service. If
you ar not ready yet, como In, make
your uflerlions before tho best Is gone.
We will book your order and you can
make your date for tho work. Our
stock is .all new and "up to date, our
workmerT'always the best."
W. A. DUVALL,
'Phono 114G-K. 124 W. 2nd South.
Causes an Agitation.
PARIS, April 30, The case of Abba
Lolsy Is causlnor an acitatlon nlrallar to
that committed with Father Heckor's
book ln tho United States. The Abbo
Lolsy la a niembor 6t the faculty of tho
CQllego of France and Is consldorcd ono
of tho scientists and theologians ln the
PARKEB IS THE MAN,
SAYS MB. WILLIAMS:
Democratic Loader Believes Nomina
tion of the Nerw Yorker Is
WASHINGTON, April 30. Represen
tative John Sharp Williams of M1b
olaslppl, Un on authorized state
ment, says ho believes the nomina
tion of Judgo Parker Is assured. "It Is
oloarto mo now," said Mr. Williams,
"that Mr. Parker will bo nominated by
such an overwhelming vote that thero will
bo substantially no opposition when tho
time for the convention arrives. Indi
vidually. I favor his selection."
Mr. Williams, when questioned concern
ing tho report that he will be a candidate
for the Presidential nomination, said: "I
think you know mo well enough to know
that I have never been idiot enough to
take this talk seriously. Thero has been
some talk of the nomination of a South
ern man. I do not think such a course
would be wise Just now. That tlmo
will como und lt will not bo very
distant as history counts time.. When
It does como the South will be able to
find 10,000 men abler and ICO better men
than I am."
When You Or dor
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let us know ahead of time. If you want
something at 'once, ask for It Any
flavor in any fancy mold always on
ELGIN DAIRY, 4S E. First South.
Via Oregon Short Line.
Round trip to San Francisco or Los
Angeles from Salt Lake $30.50 via Og
den both ways, or I47.B0 going via Og
den and returning via Portland or vlco
versa. Tickets on sale April 24th to
May 2nd inclusive. Final limit June
0th. Proportionate rates from other
Srlnclpal points. City ticket office 01
YAIU BATTLE UNTRUE
ST. PETERSBURG, April 30. The
reported big Japanese, victory on the
Yalu is pronounced here to be impos
sible unless tho Japanese chose to in
terpret their practically unimpeded
passage of the river as a great victory.
As the Russians have JlttlcT more than
observation outposts, with a few guns
to harass the crossing of the Japanese,
anything beyond skirmishing Is de
clared by a member of the general
staff A;o have been out of the question.
Llao Yanjr Is connected by wire with
the headquarters of the general com
manding tho outposts and lt is pre
sumed that the commander would re
port Immediately any incident of Im
portance, but the latest Information of
skirmishing Is covered ln a statement
Issued by tho general staff tonight
Idaho Postmnster Named.
Special to Tho Tribune.
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 30.
Benjamin Hymas has been appointed
postmaster at Treasureton, Bannock
county, Ida., vice Phillip Quayle, re
JAPS ARE MASSING
TROOPS ON THE YALU
ST. PETERSBURG, April S0- All
news from tho front indicates that tho
armies of Gen. Kurokl and Gen. Okl,
comprising about 100,000 men, are being
rapidly pushed forward, and will bo
thrown across the Yalu as speedily as
possible. Japanese transports have also
appeared at tho mouth of the river,
and, supported by a few warships, will
assist ln the operations. The Japanese
seem to bo following closely the tac
tics pursued by them during the Ohlno
Japanese war, having already occupied
Kulien Chong, above Antung, where
they crossed ln 1895.
The beginning' of serious land fighting
is considered to bo not far distant, al
though a heavy movement of troops
may not begin for several days, not
withstanding the Japanese are crossing
at several places above Wlju. It Is
believed that the Jnpancso anticipated
more resistance on the Yalu than they
met with, and for this reason their
armies were not in a position to cross
at the moment the advance forced' a
passage. With the advanced body some
guns were hurried over and the Japa
nese outposts were entrenched. Desul
tory picket firing is occurring con
stantly, but no importance 1b attached
While the Russian plans never con
templated strong resistance to the Jap
anese on the Yalu, lt Is evident that
the latter expected a show of defense
of the. river, and some surprise Is man
ifested oven here that practically no
attempt was made to impedo the en
emy's forces. In explanation of this
lt Is significantly Intimated1 by members
of the General Staff that Gen. Kuro
patkin has some secret plans and that
the Japanese may soon flnd themselves
ln a trap. Gen. Kuropatkln's skill as a
strategist Is a thing ln which the Rus
sian army reposes a blind faith. "Walt
until the denouement," officers of the
General Staff say. They consider that
Gen. Kuropatkln's skill approaches real
Marty of the officers claim that, as
Chief of Staff, Gen. Kuropatkln was
largely Instrumental ln organizing the
victories of Gen. Skobc-loff, and delight
to tell how, years ago, during the- big
field maneuvers at Moscow against
Grand Duke Sergius, he drew thp whole
of tho Grand Duke's artillery into an
ambuscade, ending the campaign nt a
-single stroke. It 13 estimated here that
lt will take the Japanese at least a
week to bring over their men and bag
gage and to prepare for an advance
upon the first Russian line, which Is
strongly posted at Feng- Iluan Cheng,
fifty mlloB west of tho Yalu, ,on the
Tho General Staff decs not believe
that It will be possible for the Japanese
to deliver a successful frontal attack
on 'this position, the country being ex
ceedingly difficult and alao favorablo
for disastrous ambuscades. The mem
bers of tho staff are Inclined to think
the Japanese may try a flanking- move
ment to thJ northward, but say that If
they do so lt can only be a diversion
owing to tho bad condition ln which
tho roads will be for the next fortnight.
Tho talents of the respective comman
ders as strategists, lt Is expected, will
bo 'demonstrated by a oerles of moves
and counter jnovea
MARRIAGE MARKET .
NOW WILL BOOM
Cupid Wins in Troublesome Contest
"With New York Board of
Special to The Tribune.
NEW YORK. April CO. Not all of tho
SCOO women school teachers of thlB
city are pleased at a recent decision
of the board of education, but pos
sibly 7950 were.
The declalonyremoved tho ban on Cupid
Imposed eooi e time ago, and now women
teachers may marry and retain tholr posi
tions. Since tho rule , waa fmade compelling'
todchers to forfeit their schools when thoy
permitted themselves to bo led into matri
monial adventure, the board of education
has had the trouble of Its history.
Several dismissals caused no end of an
noyance, and the Court of Appeals recent
ly decided a test caso against tho board
of education, and Mrs. Jennie L. "Vande
wator, who had been dismissed, was or
dered reinstated and the troublesomo rule
COURT CLOSES APRIL
BUSINESS AT TOOELE
Special to Tho Tribune.
TOOELE, Utah, April 30. Judge
Morse held court here today, at which
thp following business was transacted:
Estate of Jerry Hogan; petition for
ordor to sell real estate granted.
Estate of George Eatough; executor
authorized to pay $30 per month for the
support of minor children.
Estate of Sarah -Eatough; Oliver Do
vonr appointed administrator.
Estate of William AJax; petition for
order to sell real estate granted.
State of Utah vs. Gcorgo A. Bates;
this case had been set for trial for the
February term, but the defendant failed
to appear and his ffbond was declared
forfeited. Judgo Morso today mode an
order directing the District Attorney to
bring suit against H. L. Nelson and
Joseph Rowberry, sureties on tho bond,
to recover the amount of tho bond, ?500.
Paul Droubay vs. Oregon Short Lino
Railway company and San Pedro, Los
Angeles Sz Salt Lake Railway company,
demurrer overruled arfd defendant giv
en twenty days to answer.
I. M. Spencer vs. Jacob B. and Simon
Bamborger; demurrer overrulod and de
fendants given twenty days to answer.
Cases for tho May term were sot as
For May 17 National Bank of tho
Republic vs. Malvern Gold Mining com
pany et al.; A. X. Duncan vs. Henry
Sutton at al.; Sarah E. Benedict, ot al.
vs. William Rydalch; Tootle, Wheeler
& Motter vs. P. A. Droubay; P. A.
Droubay vs. John A. McVlcker; W. H.
Wallace vs. Sacramento Gold Mining
company; Moses Bruneau va. May L,
For May IS Charles H. Jacobs vs.
Sunshine Gold Mining and Milling com
pany; Rlchville Milling company vs.
Utah Tanning company ct al.; Western
Mining- and Milling company vs. Balti
more Mining and Milling company; Bal
timore Mining and Milling company vs.
Bingham Copper Boy Mining company;
R. S. Gullanl and Vlnco Lunghl vs.
Bingham Copper Boy Mining company;
Sliver Coin Mining company vs. Galena
King Mining company; J. H. Neder and
William Chase vs. Galena King Min
ing company; G. P. Gammon vs. Ross
Gammon; E. F. Schettler vs. Alfred
Bell; Sarah TIdball. administratrix, vs.
Consolidated Mercur Gold Mines com
pany; Harriet Hooper,- administratrix,
vs. Ophlr Hill Mlplng company; Han
nah S. Bush vs. John W. Bush; Harry
Wells vs. Utah Construction company.
HEAVY MACHINERY ON
THE WAY TO THE MINES'
Special to The Tribune.
PARK CITY, April 30. Several con
signments of heavy mining and milling
machinery mostly for tho Kclth
oiearns and Sliver King Consolidated
which .have been congested at the
freight yards, awaiting tho drying up
of the roads, is now on the way to the
Report comes from the New York Bo
nanza that the ledge encountered ln the
drift off tho 400, upon raising has
Hvldened into- four and a half feet of
Tho remains of Dennis Leary, who
died ln Spokano, Wash., several weeks
ago, will bo taken to Salt Lake City for
Interment on Monday.
The Noble Dramatlo company fills
the first three nights of next week at
tho Dewey theater, to bo succeeded by
the Bon Ton vaudeville company for
the rest of the week.
N. A. Miller, Tailor.
829-330 D. 1 F. Walker building, im
ported ad domestic goods for spring
Picture showB Emlle Combes. Prime
Minister of France, has developed into
the most pronounced Pooli Bah of mod
ern times,. Not only Is ho Prime Min
ister, but by exercise of his rights he
has been elected to take the portfolio of
Minister of tho Interior.
The Summer Girl
Will soon be here In all her glory, radi
ant ln the shirt walBt from our laundry
of national reputation.
166 Main St
Prince Edward of York, who one day. If hc trlc3 will be known as tho
King' of England, has developed Into a fine horseman. Ho was cheered re
cently when he took his first ride ln public.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.. April 30. C. O.
Webster died today under mysterious cir
cumstances and lt 1g bclloved he waa mur
dered Wohstcr was brought to his hotel
at midnight In a dozed condition by a
stranger, who explained that he had follon
down 6talrs ln a down town block. His
money was missing
LOS ANGELES. Cal.. April 30. United
States Judgo OUn Wellborn of the United
States Dlstrlot court issued an order to
day temporarily restraining the striking
Santa F machinists ln Barstow, San
Bernardino and Tho Needles from Inter
fering with tho rww men employed by tho
comDany ln place of those who havo lclt
EVANGELIST HELPS f III
PLAY jALL GAME 1 E
j Was Onco a Famous Player, and I ; ; I'llr H
Saves Bockford Team From & ffii 'il
Defeat. " '
ROOKFORD, .111., April SCBaseball j fij I i
fans the country over know or ha.v fill Hfll
heixd of "Billy" Sunday. He la HHlilll
now a successful evangelist and ht JV llll'tl
conducting a revival ln this city with rH
great vigor. t L ftH
He Is nono tho lesB interested ln baseball J, h IK
than ho was whllo he played with soveroli It'll tlril
of tho crack teams and was a famous bat- jinili r 1
tor and lnileldcr. lfiJ!HI! H
Ono of the local ball captains got a 1 I IH
strong nlno together and challenged tho III ,! kl
regulars for a game. Tho lattor wero fj ft!
fearful of defpat by the superior nlno until HlrNill 1
' Billy'' Sunday agreed to toko an after- Itllr l ll
noon away from his revival and help thorn I f ll t H
Ail tho' ministers turned out to seo thai' ifi'l illilrH
kame and greatly enjoyed tho skillfull Itllll f '
playing of their brother clergyman. (Ill Ml iH
"Billy" played conterfleld, was- at tho if II
bat six times, rondo four hits, five runs. jj Ml I
and a total of seven bases were chalked I lfiili!l 1
up to him. !lfliliiitl 'H
Tho afternoon was bitter cold, but hun- (13111. ll III
dreds of tho church-golnc pcoplo Joined iijl;l!t 'H
with tho "fans" and mado tho nlr fairly) if J II ll lil H
warm with tholr vigorous rooting. Tho, nlill'llllrl
regulars won. 01 H '1
Delegates for Idaho Republican Con- i j mjH
ventlon. 11 Plll
Special to The Tribune lllPlllili
CHALLIS, Ida., April 30. The, Re- lM jfl
publican Co unto.' convention was held hi I Ijjl
hero today, and the following were 11 M il
elected delegates to the State conven- Cjjnlj I
tlon to bo held at Pocatello on May IS: , Bfj clj j'H
J. H. Hendrick, Georgo Coryell and: J ln y iH
Alex Burnett The delegates were cho- CIS PllliH
sen with Instructions to vote tor W. B. ' m ($ 1H
Hcyburn and J. M. Stevens as dele- ml irliliH
gates to the National convention to ba ill III I
held at Chicago. I H
ALBANY, N. Y.f April 30. A.t a meeting , i ff! I N
of the Democratic Stato committee here J Eli Hi Hilt
today Cord Meyer of QuoeD.sborough, N. Htifl IH
Y.. was elected chairman to succeed flit ll I
Frank Campbell and State Senator Mo- fllwv liH
Carre n of Blynn was made chairman of Hs'lj 1H
tho Executive committee. Slllil ITI
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i -practically unknown in tho inter-mountain region. We found it to be GOOD an abso- 1 JjH
J lutely PURE Olive Oil and, through judicious advertising we advised the public that our gruar- I K !,'
I ' antee of purity went with that of the manufacturers. 1 0 ! J:H
1 RESULT: Rapid sales, steadily increasinffuntil they reached oyer $1000.00 per week, 1 Pf uil
S then the demand became.so great that it was neoessary to wire for a carload and now the largest " a '
I shipment of Pure California Olive Oil ever sent out by any packer is enrouts to Z. C..M. I. I 1 ' lllpl
I PROVEN: That the people of Utah rely on our statements, having for thirty-five years 8 r ' E lil
tested us and found that we never handle or endorse a poor article. The sale of this Oil has been 1 . ' j j iiiH
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