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t!L'm 10 TECE SA17T LAKE TKIBirNlE: STOTDAY MOKNXyGr MAT 8, 1904. "
I GIRLS OF THE "400"
fM TAKE TO COACHING
! ' jl'l;! .Tutored by Famous Parisian. Whip,
jfr - J'1 They Arc Going to Drive Four-
V Jwi.ill in-Hand This Season,
if I i' lkTBW T0RK May AH o the
' j jJ glory of the coachlnsr season this j
fi ' I " ' "J 11 year lo not to bo monopolized by ;
j ' 1 1 i! ' tllc racn wh,Pfl oC socIoty- A,tred
St I ' .u-.f'1 CI. Vanderbllt. Reginald W. Rlvcs and
I h I ji ! tho others. More than a good share. of
' 1 - 3 ''Ml i it seems bound to como to the pretty
IS'U ! ft ' rfrls and sprightly matrons of the "W
' ' 4 ;; ' -who compose the membership of the
i' ji "' I ' Dorcns Coaching club.
i Ml' For smartness and general all-
' 4 , ,1 : nxound attractiveness the Dorcas four-
! ' ' !' : in-hand takes tho shine lrom even the
it s , Pioneer, which Mr. Vandcrollt and Mr.
, - I C ! Kivcs are tooling dally from the Hol-
' '1 VI' land house to Ardslov and back, car-
, . l' good with the leaders of the exclusive
! 1 '! Pet. who pay Jo a seat, or $100 for tho
! ',!'. ! whole coach, per trip.
M 3 ! H The Dorcas Is a new organization,
i ' i ' . Mrs. Thomas Hastings is president. She
I 1 , war MJss Helen H. Benedict, daughter
of E. a Benedict: Miss Eleanor Jay,
I j daughter of Col. William Jay, Is vice-
i i '.! president, and Miss Helen Bai-ney, niece
! j of. William C. Whitney. Is the secre-
Other members are Mrs.. J. L. Jvor-
; nochan, Mrs. W. Goadby Leow. Miss
1 i . M Angllca Gerry, Miss Adelaide Randolph,
1 11 Miss Kate Cnry, Miss Louise Gulliver,
! ' Miss Clare Bryce. Mrs, Horry Payno
i ' Whitney, Miss Gwcndolln Burden and
1 Miss Cynthia Roche,
j Tutored by Maurice Howlett, the
i I ' Paris whip, the members have been
taking dally lessons at handling the
reins over four horses In the mornings
( for a month. Now that tho season Is
! I ' open, each member will have the coach
I for a day. and will Invito her D'lends for
1 1 morning drives through the park.
I i SUES FOR PAYMENT
p.; AS MABBIAGASENT
,l ' i , ' ' Caso to Be Tried in Massachusetts
', i ' Court, Wherein Plaintiff Ad-
" j mlts Defendant's Alibi.
I I Tfc ROOKLINE, Mass., May C One of
t j l the most remarkable suits in the
i j JJ? history of Massachusetts courts
'i j will bo started this week, when
the action of W. S. Henry, Jr., a proml-
j ' nent Bos-ton wool merchant, against
' Rev. John Parsons, an aged Brookllno
' millionaire, will be heard before Judge
t i , , Lemuel Lebanon Holmes.
Mr. Henry, who Is a member of the
j wool brokerage firm of W. S. Henry &
I, Co., 1S6 Summer street, wants ?S00O for
1 ' 1 securing an a wife for Mr. Parsons's son
'I Julia T. King of Denver and a gradu-
I ate of the Emerson College of Oratory.
! Mlsii King was a member of the
' , ' Emerson college faculty when she mar
ried Charles C. Parsons. Henry "al
1nrAtr tlint lir was mmmtRKlnnd hv the
I. aged 7lr. Parsons to procure a wife for
.) i the latterJs son, and spent much money
J , ! i and time in the search for a suitable
( i ! woman, which effort was rendered use-
t f'j,, ' , less by Parsons'a marriage to Miss
1 Vl'. King. He thereforo demands compen-
1 satlon for his labors, although he ad-
; 1 mils that ho had not secured the wife
'j ' 1 i when Parsons found one for himself.
J i As Frof. King, Mrs. ParHons was re-
f ii '. i garded by critics to be unexcelled as an
I orator In her sex. In July, 1900, ehe was
. j , !i signally honored by an invitation to
I j ' f ' represent the United States at Paris in
I !; J. i! the international congress. Anntlve of
I 1 i Denver, talented, beautiful and amia-
! j i)i e, sho graduated from Emerson col-
! I lege, and almost immediately became a
i , :nember of the faculty. Since her mar-
j! 1 , ' riage she has appeared on tho public
)l ' i '1 platform only when the proceeds were
i ji , devoted to charity. She married young
I ! Parsons ' three years ago, and their
I1 1 j friends say it was a pure love match.
I ; BLAZE IN PLAYHOUSE
'i i , CAUSES BIG LOSS
1 .'Ii- ; Curtis Street Theater in Denver. Is
I , ' 1
;(' . : Destroyed by an Early Horn-
1 j J ing Fire.
' i,! 1 , "Wv ENVER, May 7. Tho interior
i j fi I of the Curtis theater, which
' I m I JJ' had Ust recently been newly
I , equipped, was destroyed by
jl j ; lire that started on the stage at 2:S0
jj i i1 1; o'clock this morning. All the travel-
i 1 j' ln5 equipment, costumcK and scenery of
it 'j J" the May Howard Extravaganza com-
! '"i; S S J)an3"' 'hich was showing at the thea-
i i 'Ji I ter, was burned. The total los3 1b estl-
'l v mated at $D5,000.
)! , J j'l For a time the fire threatened to
Ii "i ll J spread to tlie Chicago hotel whero the
i ' j i ' May Howard company and a number
'j ,j j i of others are guestB. Heroic efforts of
j the firemen, which was especially dl-
' I i rected toward tho hotel, prevented the
'j , j, lire from spreading, however.
;; i WAR NOW WAGING
i !!i ; AGAINST DISEASE
j I !j j ; Tests Being Made of Chlorides in
( . ln Attempt to Check Tuber-
, I ; ! culosis.
i 11 i
j TtTEW T0RK- Ma5" 7. Tests arc
H ,it(,j ' j being made of various chlo-
H) 'Jjlj J Jl rides i and other chemicals in
H j connection with a projoct now
Hl i under discussion by the Health de-
Hi v;,'' partment to check the spread of tuber-
t,'; 1 1 culosis here. It is planned, should the
Hjj'- m ill 1 tests prove successful to mho dlsinfec- :
H i J ft . tanU) in the water with which the
Hij i ! streets are sprinkled.
'I jjL K It is behoved that tuberculosis as well
Hi T b a-5 many other diseases, are spread
Hi r fi' chiefly in the dust of the streets, as a
Hf Si I ' W I resuLt of the drying of saliva wilch has
Hl 'r's'B'' been expectorated.
H'i U J (f ! ' As yet tlle matter is In an experimcn-
Hil t Sr H ! tal stage, and It may be several weeka
Rf ' before any practical demonstration is
rl j made. The testa are being conducted
Hl , Ii! II vlt regard to killing the gernas .wlth-
POLITICS INJTAH COUNTY
Special Correspondence of Tho Tribune.
PROVO, May 7. My lnt letter scenm to
have stirred up mattors politically in
Provo. In a labored nrtlclo In tho organ
hero a writer says his letter was . "re
jected." If thero was nothing in tho let
ter, If It was "scurrilous," etc., as It la
assorted, and thero was no truth In the
assertions modo, why all thlu nolso and
fuss about It? Am wnn truthfully re
marked by an old veteran on the streets
of Provo a day or eo. ago, "thoro mu3t bo
aomo truth in what has been ald, or
thcuc fellows would not feel it so keenly."
The secretary's lengthy article was In
defonso of tho political trust, but in tho
whole of tho lengthy article ho denies
nothing; only makes a nlca that if what 1
ho said In true (and by tho way it ho had
not known It was true would he haw bcon
so loud in his denunciations?) wo niunt
havo some- one n.i "bosBes," and o pre
fers lo tako "what wo now havo ' rather
than lo make a chanKC, an It might bo for
the worBc, or words to that effect. In
other words, ho admits that we havo Just
what woh assorted, yet says wo must havo
"bosses," and ho rather likes tho ones wo
This Is a confession, to bo sure, and. as
a "full confession," it Is said, is "good for
tho soul," wo hope that some will now feel
hotter, after defending what wius at lust
denied. It Is Intended, so I am informed,
to not only have thlR county for tho
trusts' operations, but thu whole Stato.
I will ask again: Is It not a fact that
for months past certain people here, wno
would llko to shape Iho destiny of tho
party for their own ends, have, with th ir
omlssnrli'S. boon up and down this atato
trying to llx thlnKH so they can accom
plish their own political ends? And docs
not this fixing Include evcrythlw? from
tho Governorship down? WhythlB great
activity with some of our officials In tho
employ of tho Government and otherwise,
1C there Is nothing In It? ,ij
The Secretary suys the people should
so to the primaries and seo to It that tho
"bosses" do not havo thlnps to their own
btddlng. That Is true. But thn people or
n good many of them, feel that It makes
no difference "What'3 the use? ' thoy
ask. This has been tho fooling: but the
oro beginning to see the folly, and will ir
tho signs of tho times point to anything,
sco to it that this will be remedied in tho
As to the inference made that the Coun
ty committee is not able to tako earo of
lta own business, that la childish. No ono
has said otherwise than that It Is carablr.
The Secretary gots humorous -when ho ro
fcrs to tho fact that "tho women should
be taken care of." That is truo; and as ho
has had so much donestlc oxporlcncc, wo
! say to him. "we pass;" it's up to you
l now to tako care of the women. Hut I
fear this Is llko somo of his othor phrases
just a slip of tho tongue.
The Secretary has a good deal to say
about some ono wanting office. If I
wanted an ofllco I would bo the last ono
jo mako a kick about others. But as tho
Secretary has opened up the subject, it
might bo as well lo say to him that it
seems ho Is trying to covor up somo one
else's desire to obtain office. Is it not a
fact that tho Secretary can put his flnKer
on a certain member of tho trust ho talks
about so much, and on a certain family
near and dear to this samo party, who be
tween them havo at tho present writing
eomewhero near soven to ten of tho fam
ily and their relations In tho employ of
tho State, county or Federal Governments?
Is It that ho Tears if tho crowd ho so
earnestly defends is called down that his
family will lose its Jobs?
Possiblv he knows that it Is common
street talk In this city that no ono, no
matter how worthy, can bogln to cccuto
a placo at eomo of our publlo institution
unless cortaln nicn lndorso him, and that
they havo nothing to do with theso places,
except that thoy haxa sot thomsclves up
to bo controllers of matters political. And
havo not theso solfsamo fellows told
onough that thoy aro known and their In
tentions known to many In this com
munity? If thoy do not know theso things
thoy might nnd them out If they will go
at it in tho proper manner.
I could say many tilings that might lvo
objected to by tho political trust, but It Is
not my purpose to do so, My object Is
to try to got the peoplo to sec -wlicro tho
party 13 drifting bsforo it is stranded, as
It will not tako long for this to occur if
things kcop on as thoy are.
Tho organ Is particularly bitter towards ,
Tho Trlbuno, and endeavors to show that
thero Is u donl on botweon The Tribuno
and mo to Injuro somo ono from this coun
ty. Thin Is only a blind to cover up the
methods the trust has of trying to injuro
any or ovcry one who does not fall down
and do their bidding. In bravado stylo, it
nsks whan did Tho Tribune eay anything
in favor of any one else than Its own
choice? Well, when did the orgun ever
say or do anything In favor of tho man
who was not Its choice? Is it not a fact
that tho oiiran Iioa kept a fow of lt choice
boforo tho people continually, while others
well known to the trust havo bcon loft se
verely alone? Bo consistent, you trust
managers, and your argunionts will tako
bolter with tho people. Don't be afraid
to trust tho people. Tho statement that
tho writer has been hired to further tho
cause of any person Is absolutely untrue.
I would not oven know tho editor of Tho
Tribuuo If I mot him on tho street. Never
in my life, that I knew of, have I met the
manag-or of Tho Tribune, but once. But,
as I said before, I havo Ivion secured to
write tho political news from thl3 county
Impartially, and the endeavor to mako It
appear that I am furthering tho causo of
any man Is simply ridlculoiiB. Tho Trlb
uno has nothing to do with ate except to
print tho news I send. It has never even
suggested what should bo sent.
It Is no tlmo to bo denying tho truth.
If thero Is anything wrong, let us all go
to and eradicate tho evil, and present a
solid front to the enemy this fall. This
has been advocated by "all who want to
see tho party win. In Its attack upon me
they say wo havo shown no way out of
the condition that exists. If they will read
my last they will find the following, which
"What the party wants Is to got to
gether; and tho only way to do it In to
stop trying, months beforehand, to use
ring tactics, and machine methods, to fur
ther tho causo of any man, or set of men.
but go to tho. primaries untrammelcd, and
uso your best Judgment In selecting- men,
not try to use the machine methods that
have been tried tlmo and tlmo again with
failuro as tho result."
WORLD'S FAIR RATES
Via, Oregon Short Dine.
542.50 St. Louis and return. Tickets
on sale Tuesdays and Fridays of each
week. Limit 60 days. Transit limit 10
days In each direction. Stopovers al
lowed. City ticket ofllce, 201 Main
Three Filipino weddipgn arc to tako
place some time In May on tho Filipino
tract at tho World's fair. Gov. Hunt,
who is In charge of tho tribesmen who
will wed, says that tho ceremonies will
be elaborate, with weddings feasts last
ing several days. One couplo nre Igor
rotes and another couple aro "Negritos.
FOR EXCLUSIVENESS j
Cost Thorn. S4,00O,0O0 to" Hedge (
Themselves "With Millionaires
on Fifth Avenue, New York.
NEW YORK, May 7. Nearly $4,000,
000 will be spent by tho Vander
bllts to protect that part of Fifth
avenue In tho immediate vicinity
of their residences from undesirable
structures. Some of this outluy has
bcon regained through the resale of
properties to individuals whose plans
the Vanderbllts approved. The last of j
these purchases of real estate came
only a few days ago, when Mrs. W. K.
Vanderbllt, Jr.. bought tho Coo houso
at 66S Fifth avenue. This purchase, it
is said, is preliminary to the building of
a new residence by W. K. Vanderbllt,
Jr., on this lot and the adjoining ono,
already owned by his father, but the
doal emphasizes how strongly the Van
derbllts aro Intrenching themselves at
The work of raising this Invisible but
effective rampart around their mansions
was begun, or rather was forced upon
tho Vanderbllts only about two years
ago. The entlro three blocks on Fifth
avenue, from Fiftieth to Fifty-third
street, appear to be about as secure
from business and hotel encroachment
as any place In the city.
The threo blocks, figuring In both
sides of the avenue, include approxi
mately 1200 feet of frontage. Out of
this the Vanderbllts control absolutely
510 feet. Another ICO feet the sites of
the new residences of Morton F. Plant
and J. Henry Smith havo passed
through the Vanderbllt ownership and
wero sold with a distinct understanding
as to how these plots were to be Improved.
LOST FORTUNE IN
SLUMP IN COTTON
Man Who Inherited 'Million Dollars
Five Years Ago Is Now a'
NEW YORK, May 7. John Campbell
Smith of this city, formerly a
paper merchant, who inherited
more than $1,000,000 five years ago,
has filed a petition In bankruptcy, with
liabilities of $408,300 and assets doubt
ful. The petitioner was employed as sales
man In the paper business by his grand
uncle, Augustine Smith, who died In
January, 1S97, leaving a largo fortune,
of which Mr. Smith inherited $1,000,000.
Ho engaged in the parier trade, retir
ing In February of this year. Friends
attributed the loss of his fortune to
the slump in cotton following tho Sully
jjflfr 86M0BS Hhqjs and we. g&sncje wi(6 ftem. "Sjfl
n l As warm weather approaches nature awakes from her aW
flit ng ter seeP- e dreary months of bitter cold give r;;
- j . way to sunshine, the ice king vanishes and the swelling bnds reJPl
safl and tender sprouts give evidence of spring's awakening. The sap, -.tsIL
I the life blood of aU vegetation is coursing upward through roots and JkaT
sf fibres, taking with it from the bosom of mother earth food for the growth tt&J
and development of vegetable life. Rich soil and a free and abundant "
circulation of sap produces healthy vegetation, while poor soil and a deficiency of the life
giving fluid means dwarfed or stunted growth and decay.
At spring's awakening the blood from which all animal life draws its sustenance and
which nourishes our bodies must be free of
all impurities and in a normal "healthy con- BJS A GOLDEN opinion of s. b. s.
dition, or evidences of it will surely crop out T h ' . , t ? aJ? Ohio' AQffU8t K03-
5 c 1 1 Jj . -S . I havo a golden opinion of S. S. S. Will have no other
in tlie IOrm or SOreS and boilS, red Itching blood medicine In tho hous. I do not beUevo thero la a
.eruptions, pimples, rashes and skin troubles ro,efdy m,do tmt oa? p0 s. s. a as a btood
c j . .. purifier, alterative and tonlo. It parifio3 and enriohos tho
Or every description. Warm weather Stirs the blood and gives, tone and strength to an the organs. In
blood, and in the effort to throw off the accu- othor ords. u builds up the general health while' driving
1 I j ' u. 'a. e . - out poisons and rmpuritios, I am a great admirer of
niUlated poison IS thrown into a feverish ex- S. S. S. booauso I know it to bo all you claim for it, and
citement and riotous state, and the skin is the knw. at it is superior to sareapariiia compounds
. . r rr atv, -1 j . , and othor things I havo used. To sum up what I havo
Ciller SUrierer. 1 he humors and poisons With said, a S. S. is the prinos of blood purifiers and I unhoai-
which it is filled are thrown off throug-h the S1?!7 J1 1 mj ondor3emont-
i j i .-i it j . . 6. 83" Garfiold Avenue. MRS. HATTTE HOYLE,
skin, and so long as the blood is burdened
with impurities sores and "boils, pimples and utoreabed strength astd energy.
blotches, bumps and rashes will continue to wnoeiing. w. va,, May 27, 1908,
come Bad blood not onlv nfWt-c th clrt'n . spring I was groatly ran down in health, and foel-
come. I3aa Diooa not Olliy Sneers the Skin lag that I needed a bloodjpuriflor and tonlo, I began the uso
but creates internal disorders. The Liver and f s- s- s-and toolE som six bottles, with the result that
Kidnevs act less uromotlv the stnmxrh ie "JL?7 lood ln 600(1 oonditioa cvo mo inoroaod
iuuucyD au piouipuy, Lne SLOmacn IS strength and energy, improved my appetite and digestion.
Upset and the appetite usually fails, and this and made mo feel like a difforont man. Asa blood purifier
condition of affairs is bad on the nervous sys- "SsSS id J H" McQEE'
tern and brings on that debilitated, run-down,
tired-out feeling common to this time of the year. To remove from the blood all impurities
and poisons is necessary before there is a full and free circulation and healthy action in other
parts of the system. If your blood is all right then you are prepared for spring's awakening'
and the coming of warm weather. As a perfect spring medicine nothing is superior to
S. S. S., which is made from roots and herbs gathered fresh from fields and forests, and not
SiflprTui lain 11 1 j, a particle of any mineral substance of any kind enters into
fjfw frJ Sreat vegetable remedy; and S. S. S. is the only blood
l VT purifier known of which, this can truthfully be said. S. S. S.
T ZNk e kld is widely and favorably known ; it has been
tised for nearly fifty years and is more popular to-day than
'CJr Ztf e7er- .If your nervous system is run down and the appe
. 111 tite fails, or sores, boils, pimples, or eruptions of any kind
begin to appear, it indicates the blood is not up to the proper standard and that it has become
impure and lost its power to nourish the body. Rich, pure blood and good circulation assures
rrfect health and freedom from many annoying ailments peculiar to spring. You rill find
S. S. acts promptly and will put your system in the best possible condition at spring's '
Awakening. If you have any blood trouble, write us about it and our physician will help
you get rid of it. Book on blood and its diseases free. j
I " ' ' THE SWIFT SPEGIFW COMPANY, ATmNTA, GA
1 Jowrrt P. Smith. PniMK , JX&Zkt. ' WcBD '
i I yT UTAH'S QgEATEST ifAJrRalT STORE
ji Traveling In Switzerland, when about to cross a great mountain divide, bought a ilrst-claa3
3 coach ticket, and after riding some distance he noted that those who had bought second '
H and third-class tickets received the same accommodations as himself. "How foolish foe
En me to pay more," he though ,t.
ftf ljlitijfcgary..itt,yWfiAi. HWBfc-BWilJif "iff,
But coming to the foot of a seven-mile hill the driver pulled up his horses and
j$ja shouted: rFirst-class passengers keep your seats, second-clasB passengers get out and
Jl walk, third-class passengers get out and push."
So Z. C. M. I. mercha ndise may not always appear to be better at first sight, hot it
wins in the long run. Join the thousands of shrewd buyers who have learned this to be a 1
fact, and you will soon find that you can always do best at The Big, Eeliable Store.
The now spring goods in the carpet and rug department are worthy of your,
special attention. Headquarters for Graduating and Wedding Dresses and
materials for same.
For All j
B!ipiJ The nice tiling about the j
IiiWflln n coat s ua yu caiL j
'':;, "vvear n shme as 5X3 iQ j
'.3 The best fact about rain i
'"fl coals is, they're made for us
WwMnii hy Hll't, scbaffner & Marx I
WMwIf "ich is only a short way of I
Ww&m saJino that there are no bet- I
lM CILJli er ra'n coats be had any- I
iflll here; and that you'll think jj
Urn 41 80 yUL'sel1' if yu buy one, I
llilIl We have plenty of other
3:f1 offflf &00(i overcoats and suits to
iifflJJ) show you; we'll show yon
-111 -4 1116 Scbaffuer & Marx 1
' label in them; a small thing
. to look for, a big thing to 1
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'"' ' 172 Main Street 1
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ftlt LrIw Altai. mx&H ,
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Needs no Praise. I
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One is right every twtlrt
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can buy them la uny place w s
East 2nd South treat. toWT
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