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8 The S.AXT Lajkb Trxbuntjj Sujhtday Moristotg-. May 8, 1904.
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I j RICHFIELD BOY
I if IN GUARDHOUSE
mL Kept From Philippines
Kjj by Arrest.
' i! Adienturous Career of Gold-
'j en C. Bean Stopped
; j j I by Parents.
1 'j'l;; Likely to Bo Uiohonorably Diff-
, ohargd From Army foe EnJlflt-
j 1 ' j! inff Under Ape.
' 'j '.' cSpecial to Th Tribune.
H, jflv ICHFIELD, May 7. On April SO
H I ftrif The Trlbuno published excluslv-
Hj '' -)! jj lj" tho ccount the thrilling ad-
Hlj 1 ventures of Golden C. Boan,
Hl jj the sixteen-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. P. Bean of Richfiold, -who left
H homo some llvo months slnco and hns
1 passed through experiences enough to
B "i last the ordinary man a lifetime.
Hi i From Calientes ho tramped across the
H , desert to California, working a while
i 1 1 ln Los Angeles and then making- his
i ' ' way to San Francisco. Thero ho was
' Fhanghald by an Alaska-bound whaling
k ! j schooner, and when aswigned to a dls-
1 1 , tasteful duty by the mate, jumped ovcr-
'J board and swam to Angel Island, whoro
' , hi Government troops are stationed. Ho
H , I Joined tho army, swearing he was of
' , age, and was to sail for the Philip-
Hil , . - 1 i pines on May 1. At this at ago he wrote
Hl , I 1 ' to his parents in Richfield.
Hi it j ' ( Capt. Joseph E. Calno of Salt Lake
Hl i 1 Tvn.3 informed of tho enwe and wrote to
. the commanding officer of tho Depart-
'!, j mcnt of the Pacific; but ten days went
' , i by, the hip sailed tc Manila, and no
I ) ! word came from the boy. KIs parents
I ' , j hod given up that Capt. Caine's mos-
Hi ij ! sage was too late and were trying to
1 i : . 1 reconcile themselves to Gold en's fate.
Hl Now comes a letter from Golden,
Hj ! . written to his mother from Angel Is-
H i n.nd on May 1, saying: "Your message
j i, to the commanding ofllcer has stopped
Hj Jf me. T am not on the ocean, but in the
guardhouse. It Is 3 o'clock In the af-
Hi ' 1 ' ternoon and I have to have a candle to
Hj write by. I may, get six months or
H I three years In prison for false enllst-
H, , ' i menL I think I will be taken to Fort
j McDonald tomorrow to await my trial.
i This may be for my good, but I can-
Hj ' j not see just now where it comes in.
j , ' Probably I will be dishonorably dls-
1 I Mr nn(3 Ir9' Bcan are well pleased
' i Avltli the result of the inquiries made,
preferring for their boy even a term of
j , Imprisonment to threo yean in the
(N 1 ' i i army under age.
Ii Ill'Fortuno Overtakes a Newspaper,
j , Special to The Trlbuno.
I , J i EUREKA, May 7, The office of the
'i ; Tintlc Miner, a newspaper published at
, I this place, wbb closed today under at-
f , I tachment proceedings Instituted by R. G.
, ; . I Wilson of Salt Lake, who is a creditor to
! ' I tho extent of S0O. Mr. Wilson owns tho
I , building occupied by tho paper, and his
h (! I i , bill is for rent and interest up to tho 1st
! -I ii !; of tho present month. It is not known
I rt i whether tho of f Ico will bo rcopenod. .
II Reunion of the IT. I. A.
I 1 I ! j Special to The Tribune,
j; lj SPRIXGVTLLE. Utah. May 7.-Thc ro-
1 U, union of tho M. I. A. of Utah stake was
" , I hold here last night In tho Reynolds hall.
J , Tho M. I. A. of Spring-Illc acted as hosts.
i j A large number of younsr folks wcro pres-
i , ! ent. Tho reunion took the form of a mu-
i'-Vt ,, I s'cal social, and an excellent programme
j , ' v;as rendered.
!, j I '! Brickwork has begun on tho $S000 store
II f builcllng for Bishop George E. Andorson
j ' 1 on ll,s PrPrty on State Hlreot
II Believes in Strikes
I :! and in Lockouts
j j( ITeither Side Must Surrendor Either
j ' ' One of These, Says John
H j t ' Mitchell.
1 Tt T EW YORK. May 7. "The ldoa of a
H( j j joint trade agreement Is tho es-
! iji senco of trade-unionlCTn," said
Hi ' ''fa John Mitchell today, to tho Civic
H; ! i Pedcration. "We havo now 350,000 men
Hl i l working under conditions which are
H j ! j fixed by Joint agroement Wo adjust all
I differences by agroement, we leave no
H'l i , ;j question to arbitration arbititition ia
Hl preferable to strikes, that Is all. The
I ' j outsiders called in have said they did
i I not understand conditions and the re- !
j suit of the arbitration haa been unsat-
. lsfactory both to employers and em- j
1 j ployeea.
H., i 1 1 ' I "I believe In strikes. I also believe i
, 1 ! in lock-outs. Neither aide must sur-
' t ' render eltlier ono of these rights. But
Hk I : , I believe neither should be resorted to
' i : j ; until each side has exhausted overy
j ij I ; j peaceful means of settlement
' J ,) t ' "Nothing can make ho much for In-
, , ,1 dustrlal peaco as the recognition of the
, j ". j j! i interdependence of labor and capital.
' ) . ! "Officers of the companies have
H i !. i opened their books' to me frequently
j " when there was some question of tho
Hj f ( ' j returns made. We know -what tho op-
Hj ; , J erators are making, and In this way wo
' have como closer together. We believe
H i'iljU !. the answer to all questions Is the trade
Hl f') j I agreement."
HP I I In reply to questions put to him by
, members of the federation. Mr. Mitch
ell said that under no circumstances
Hj '(!. j would he consent to tho arbitration of
H! J (( j some fundamental questions. Ho would
H!i i si. 1 never consent to arbitrate tho cight-
H7 i, j j i 1 . hour workday or hia right to belong to
H. 51 a union. As on instance of his posl-
H i.tlf.f tlon on the question of arbitration, he
1 S 4 c ' S 3 cited a case whero he had advised the
Hjj III miners In Kentucky to accept a wage
!fJt 1" reduction of 4Vi per cent, l-athcr than
H ' llf $ m accept arbitration, which the employ-
I f f J rs were perfectly willing to grant. He
H'ii j!'1!! ' believed this prefcrablo to having out-
Hij ,M '; j aiders como In to adjuat aiCairs jvhlch.
f Happenings of a Day in Utah
OQ DEN I
TRI33UTTE BRANCH OFFICE,
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SALT LAKER AWARDED
CITY CONTRACT AT 0GDEN
Spaclal to Tho Trlbuno.
OGDEN, Utah, May 7. P. J. Moron
of Salt Lake City hap secured tho con
tract for tho resurfacing of Twenty
fifth street from tho Union depot to the
Reed hotel. Mr. Mo ran was in the oity
today and was present when City Engi
neer Tarkcr opened tho bids for tho
work. There were two bidders, Mr.
Moran and J. P. O'Neill of Ogden. Mo
ron's bid was 18 cents per square foot
and that of O'Neill 19 cents per square
foot, Tho work contemplated is tho
placing of a now asphalt covering on
the street and the repairing of tho con
oroto and curb wherever damagtd. Tho
contract involves tho axpondlture' of
Tho Child Culture club of this city
has adopted tho following rcsolutlono
regarding Mra. Coultor, which spook for,
"We, tho members of tho Child Cul
turo club, which la tho largest feder
atod club of Ogden, do hereby condemn
the attitude recontly taken by Mrs. W.
A. Nclden of Salt Luke City In regard
to tho appearanco of Mrs. Mary G.
Coulter on the problem of tho national
biennial at St Louis May 17, 1901. We
know that Mra. Coulter Is .eminently
fitted to take her part oii the pro
gramme as a representative of tho fed
erated clubs of Utah, and fool that tho
chairman of tho programme commit
tee chose wisely In selecting her. Sarah
Wlialen, president; Marie J. Taylor,
vice-president; Ellen W. Homer, oecro
tary; Mary Heller, corresponding sec
retary; Annie Wright, treasurer."-
Fieh and Game Warden Sylvester V.
Grow today received 100,000 trout fry
from State Warden John Sharp. Mr.
Grow released tho fish In tho creeks
leading into South Fork of tho Ogden
river. Ho states that the coming sea
son promises to bo a good ono for tho
M. O. Corey of tho Brccdcn Office
Supply company, Salt Lake, Is in tho
The Inquest ordered by Judge Howell
to investigate the death of J. C. Van
Why, the Southern Pacific engineer
killed in the wreck in the Ogden yards
Friday evening, has been postponed un
A man created a disturbance in tho
Utah National bank today claiming
that he had been given a one cent piece
of the coinage of 1S53 in. place of a. $10
gold piece. He became abusive and
persistent and was given a ride to the
stntlon in the patrol wagon. Ho was
subsequently turned loose.
Hon. William G. Wilson and wife will
entertain Homer Davenport and the
newspaper men with a trout and chick
en dinner at the Hermitage Monday
The commencement exercises of the
Inter-Mountain Business college will' be
held. on June 1."
A slabbing affray occurred in the
Denver beer hall early this (Sunday)
morning. During a row, Louis McMa
hon struck James Monroe on the side
of the head with knife, Inflicting a bad
but not serious wound. Both men wero
arrested by Officer Sleeth.
The members of the Child Culture
club were greatly pleayed and in
structed by the able lecture on "House
hold Economics," delivered to them by
Mrs. Evans of tho Weber Stake
academy, at the beautiful home of Mrs.
C. A. Smurthwaite, 2361 Jefferson
avenue, on Friday, April 2. It was n
rare treat to have tho privilege of
listening, not only to the excellent ad
dress, but also to the words of counsel
and advice given during tho usual dis
cussion to the mothers.
There was a large attendance, and In
addition to the lecturo there wero musi
cal numbers rendered under the touch
of that master musician, Prof. Rad
cllffe of Salt Lake City. Hla interpre
tation of sonatas and some exquisite
Hcherzos left the members of tho club
with little to desire in the way of a
musical feast. The hostess served de
licious refreshments, and after tender
ing a voto of thajiks to Mm Evans and
Prof. Radcllffe for the great pleasure
which they had conferred upon them,
the club adjourned to meet in two
weeks, May 13, with Mrs. R, J. Taylor,
23G4 Jeffereon avenue.
Tho annual meeting of the Coterie,
held at tho homo of Mrs. John Hurst
on Tuesday, April 26, was an unusually
pleasant one. Miss Kimball's history
of tho club was full of wit and wisdom,
and chronicled another successful year
to the society's credit.
The programme committeo submitted
an excellent course of study on Japan
for next year's work.
Tho election of officers resulted as
follows: Mrs. Harriet S. Emerson,
president; Mrs. Gideon, vlce-pre-vident;
Mrs. Parmley, secrotnry. and Mrs.
On Monday evening las tho twenty
fifth anniversary of the wedding of Mr.
and Mrs. John W. Chambers Avaj cele
brated at their home, S71 Twenty-third
street. There were between forty and
fifty of their relatives and friends pres
ent, and an enjoyable tlmo was had.
William Crawford and wife furnished
somo excellent music on the violin and
piano, after which refreshments wero
Cornelius J. Dog and 2JJs3 Annie1 J.
Henstra were united in marriage at S
o'clock p. m. Thursday, May 5. The
ceremony vrao performed by Elder Jo
seph Hall at his residence in this city.
The bride and groom are Hollanders.
They will make their future homo in
Mellody Given, the Decision.
CHICAGO, 'May 7. Billy Mollody of
Boston was given tho decision ovor Georga
Momsio of Chicago tonight at tho end of
Blx rounOs. In tho preliminaries Jack
O'Brion of Boston was given, the decision
ovor Kid Taylor of Chicago. "Pinkcy"
Evans of Boston knocked out Tommy
Scully of Chicago In tho first round, and
Billy FInucano of CMcago knocked out
Jack I'laonagaa of, Boston n J.aq third
B0HNEY MURDER TRIAL
SET FOR MANTI, MAY 12
I Special to Tho Tribune,
MANTI, May 7. Conulderablo Interest Is
manifested In tho cnw of the Stato vs.
Bohney, in which tho dofondant Is ac
cused of murderlnrr Sandy Empoy at
Moab. Tho trial was transferred from
Grand oounty to Sanpcto on account of
Uio strong feeling on both sides of tho
caso In the former county
Tho friends of tho dofondant havo en
gaged King, Burton fc I-Clncr and L, D.
lloutz to represent him, whtlo the friends
of tho decca-swl havo engaged tho Ilrni of
Powers, Stmup & LIppmun to aid Uio
prosecution. Tho trial is sot for May 12.
Tho promoters of tho Irrigation con
gress to ha held at El Paso, Tex., this
rail arc already displaying some activity
toward creating lntorcst In tho convention,
In consequence of which Jinlgo Livingston
la nportlng a largo Fombrero labeled In
gilt and red "El Paso, 1201." nent him by
tbo El Paso delegation to Ogdctu
a u 4
With tlio exception of tho Rraduatlon
class, tho pubjlo ochooln havo cloned, for
tho W5A30IL. Tho attendaneo ha3 bften up
to tho avcrngp.
Tho Gunnison Roeorvolr oompany in hav
ing confiidorablo cniccc83 In boring" for wa
ter in tho bottom lands below Moab, n
number of lanro otrcwunf) being tho rcnult.
Somo agitation Is manifest naiong farm
ors as to why Gunnison, fifteen mllos to
tho south, should como hern and drain bot
tom lands. It also appears that tho
smaller wells In thut vicinity are dlralnloh
Iwr In How.
Politically a stormy nontimont appears
among tho Democrats for that landmark
In tho north. Senator Frod J. Klcscl, for
WASHINGTON, May 7. Postmaflter
General Payne and First Assistant Wynne
today said they know of no order direct
ing that hereafter proforonco shall bo
shown to "clerks who aro mnrrled, es
pecially those with largo famlllcH," as re
ported from Dcs Molncs.
LOS ANGELES. May 7. Andrew Mc
Nally, head of tho publishing houso of
Rand. McNally & Co., died suddenly at
Pnsadcna today. Mr. McNally had not
been In good health for somo time and his
death was due to heart disease.
DENVER, May 7- Tho flvc-story brick
block known as tho Hover building at 1155
Lawronco street and occupied by tho
wholesale department of Hurlburt Grocery
company, was destroyed by tiro tonlcht.
Loss to Hurlburt fl0,CO0. Tho building,
KALAMAZOO, Mich.. May 7. Gcorgo W.
Parker, Uio San Francisco business man
who was knocked down by an automobllo
here yestorday, died today as a result of
tho Injuries sustained.
LEADVILLE. Colo., May 7. Scvoro
snow storms havo prevailed In this vi
cinity for several days. Thore Is about
threo foot of snow in tho hils, but no
dangor has resulted from tho storm. It
la still snowing tonight.
ST. LOUIS, May 7. Tho World's Fair
will bo closed tomorrow to all but holders
of passes. Even to those the Diilldlngs
will bo closed and beyond pedestrians
strolling through tho grounds thoro will
bo no life and activity.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 7. A United
States marshal vent to Point Richmond
today to serve a temporary restraining or
der against tho striking omployccs of the
Santa Fo company at that placo. Tho or
der was directed by J. R. Rowan and
thirty others who aro striking.
ST. LOUIS, May 7. W. A. Storks, com
missioner of the general land offlco undor
President Cle'eland and for slxtcon years
a member of Congress, died at his homo
DOVER, Del., May 7. Mrs. Mary A
Powell was tonight convicted of the mur
der of Estalla Albln, tho jury fixing- tho
punishment at lifo imprisonment.
BOSTON, May 7. A convention of the
union bakors of all tho New England
Slates has been called for this city, to
consider the advisability of ordering a
general strlko of bakers In Now England.
ST. LOUIS. May 7 A cablegram was
received from St. Petersburg today by Di
rector of Exhibits Skiff of tho World s
Fair, stating that Russia will mako an
M0DENA SELLING WOOL,
BUT SHEARING IS SLOW
Special to Tho Tribune.
MODENA, Utah. May 7. 11. Tuttle,
the popular representative of the Con
trol Wool-Growers' association, from
Mantl, was looking over the wool olt
aatlon here yesterday. There were five
carloadB of wool sold yosterdayt. The
Hhearlng is not progressing an rapidly
as desired, owing to a scarcity of ahear
George E. Mcty of New York, who
has been at Fay, Ncv , Investigating the
property of the Shawmut and Nevada
Mining and Milling company, wimt to
Bolt Lake City yesterday.
August Mnlthoy of New York olty,
Breologlst and mining oxpert, who lias
been at Fay, Nov.. for several dayu, loft
for tho East yesterday.
P. TL Cook, traveling frnight ngnt of
the Union Pacific and Orogon Short
Lino, was In town yentorday clr.lng up
tho wool situation.
R. A. Groanc, traveling freight and
paeBonger agent of tho Colorado Mid
land railway, of Salt Lake City, loft for
tho north yestorday.
W. W. Dickinson, commercial agent
of the Michigan Central railroad, was
hero looking up the wool situation, and
left for Mllford.
Ike Woolf of Salt Lako City passed
through hci'c the latter part of the week
on his way home. Mr. Woolf had been
to Piocho looking over tho situation
there, and while he acknowledged that
he had seen some line ore there he was
not especially enthused. Referring to
the Burro claim at Stateline. he said
that he expected some New Yorkers to
look over tho property and that he
thought work would bo vigorously
pushed on this property in about two
elaborate exhibit at the Louisiana Pur
NEW YORK, May 7. Sam Parks, tho
labor leader, who died a convict in Sing
Sing prison, was burled today from the
homo of his wife in East Elghty-sevonUi
BOSTON. May 7. Second Vice-President
Edgar Van Ettcn of the New York Central
& Hudson River railway, received In
structions today to dlscharre -100 of the WO)
men In the employ of the Boston and Al
bany division of that system beforo tho
closo of tho month. This Is In line with
the reduction of expenses being mado on
CHICAGO, May 7. The bakers' strlko
was settled tonight. Tho union yielded
its demand that no work should bo per
formed on the five leading holidays of the
year, agreed to the usual amount of holi
day work with pay for the hours of work
only and not for a full day. Irrespective
of tho amount of work performed.
CITY OF MEXICO, May 7. The reform
Constitution, creating tho ofilco of Vice
President of tho republic and providing
that Uie incumbent of such office shall he
chOHon by popular vote, was promulgated
today. Foreign Minister Ignaclo Marlacal
Is looked upon as a probablo candidate
MEXICO CITY. May 7. Gov. Vlllada of
the stato of Mexico Is dead at Toluca.
capital of that slate, of pneumonia, aged
C3. Ho took an actlvo part In tho war
against tho French and Imperialists, win
ning succeaslvo promotions for skill and
ROME, May 7. Tho Chamber of Depu
ties, after a short discussion, today de
cided that Slgnor Nasi, tho former Min
ister of Public Instruction, accused of
misappropriating public funds, must bo
Judged by tho ordinary criminal courts
and not by tho Senate, sitting as a high
court of Justice.
PARIS, May 7. Tho Govornment has
selected a numbor of tho best paintings
exhibited at tho two saloons for purchaso
by tho stato. Most of theso aro tho work
of Fronch artists, tho pictures represent
ing incidents in French life.
LONDON, May 7. Tho April statomont
of tho board of trado Isueea today shows
that Imports increased Jt3,S97,OCO and ex
ports Increased 1 71-1,700.
FINED $50 FOR STEALING
RAILROAD TIES AT MURRAY
Special to Tho Tribune,
MURRAY, Utah, May 7, Tom Wil
son, the lad who stole rail- ,
road tins and'oold them, was fined ?50.
Tho charge was reduced from grand
larceny to potlt larceny.
James Chambers wan arrested here
Sunday morning at 3 oclock by
Marshal Graham on tho chargs of
burglary, committed in Provo April 16.
Sheriff Harrison of Provo took the
prisoner in custody in Murray.
Charles Miller, a twelve-year-old hoy,
disappeared here several days ago. The
boy had takon somo money belonging
to his- father, and tho foar of punlsh
mont caused him to loavo his parenta.
James Ward, who is employed at tho
extension of tho Highland Boy smelter.
Installed by the smelter company, foil
last Thursday from a scaffold twenty
fivo feet abovo tho ground; and sus
tained painful, injuries. It ts believed
that ho will recover.
Mrs. Georgo Satchel la dangrrromsly
Miss Ruth Steffeneon will leavo on a
vacation, going to the World'3 .fair,
within a short tlmo. Miss Amelia Iver
son will act as clerk of tho postofflco
during her absence.
A lunch counter and restaurant will
be opened by J. M. Gilchrist before long.
He Is eroding a framo building for that
The City Council may abandon tho
scheme of Installing of a water system
for tho lack of sufficient means.
Rule, the thlrtcen-year-old son of
Justice McOmie, is improving slowly
from a severe illness. Dr. Baldwin of
Salt Lake ia attending- the boy.
A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mra.
Miss Alice Wood is recovering from a
severe case of appendicitis.
William Bishop and Fred Polerg have
dissolved partnership and retired from
The Rev. C. Hall Cook. Ph. D., will
lecture at Harker's hall Tuesday, May
S, on tho subject, "Existence of Life
Tho programme Is announced for tho
entertainment to be given by tho Mur
ray ward Sunday-school at the opera
house Friday, May 13.
labor War Is on
in San Fancisco
Stable and Carriage Owners Associa
tion Inaugurates What Promises
to Be a Long Battlo.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 7. Every
hack, coupo and carriage in San
Francisco owned or controlled by
tho Sjtablo and Carriage Ownors'
association was without a union driver
tonight. This stato of affairs was
brought about by the action of tho car
riage owners, in resontmcnt against
what they consider dictation in their
buslnoss. They are backed by tho Citi
Declaration Rights of Man.
PARIS, May 7. The Minister of Jus
tlco has ordered the dcclaraUon of tho
rights of man posted in the courtrooms.
No explanation ia connected with tho
recent removal of religious emblems
to Be Planned.
Republicans Will Try to Deal
Ancient Enemy a Body
Democrats to Raiao a Monster Slush
Fund and Attempt to Carry Pom?
of Pirotal States for, Parker,
' Special -to Tho Tribune.
WASHINGTON, May T.Natioiial
leaders of tho Republican party
aro not Intending to depond on
the shattered condition of their
opponents to carry tho party to victory
next fall. T-hey mean to plan for the
campaign as though it wero certain to j
bo a life and death Htrugglc.
They will chance nothing. They con- ;
trmd that victory in future years will
be mado easier of accomplishment if
the ancient enemy is followed around
the ring while It Is trembling from tho
I weakness of the last two great battles,
and knocked completely through tho
ropes. Thoy avIII be satisfied with noth
ing short of a body blow that will, if.
possible, knock out their combatant
for nil time.
Thorough Campaign Planned.
Tho work planned by the sub-committee
of the National committee this
week was as thorough as ever before
attempted. It covers a large ranco of
details that not only have to do with
tho convention which meets six weeks
from next Tuesday, but which will ho
Important in the organization work of
tho campaign proper.
While several prominent party men
were in Washincton this week many
conferences have boon had as to the
national platform. It was tacitly
agreed to make the tariff an Important
issue, whether tho Democrats chose to
discuss it or not. It is quite generally
admitted that the party Is always
"long" on the tariff and can reach an
overwhelming element of independent
business votes when that Issue Is laid
Canadian reciprocity will probably
be urged, though It is not at all cer
tain the party will agree to any en
tanglements. Trusts that violate the
law will bo mado onslaught on despite
objection of many to take up the sub
ject, and many matters of lesser im
portance will bo incorporated. It Is
conceded that tho building of a plat
form will bo a comparatively easy mat
ter. "Vice-Presidential Possibilities.
Second place on the tickot has hcen
very earnestly discussed by the lead
ers this week. Of those mentioned for
Vice-President, Speaker Cannon, Con
gressman Hltt. Secretary Shaw and
Senator Fairbanks have the greatest
But since Speaker Cannon has been
go angry because of the use of his
namo and is so earnest In his declara
tion that ho will not accept if nomi
nated, it may bo said ho has eliminat
Secretary Shaw, because of his hold
on tho business Interests of New York,
where the President Is considered
weak, is a very much discussed pros
pective, but It Is contended that no bet
ter thing could bedT"!
him In tho Cabinet tTT
some other man Tin
buolnc. men have
T This brings pZnSS
Indiana's senior Sonn.ly lh tiai
country. Senator I
to bo largely interS8 iLw
business affairs of in lwSS
has a powerful folioS Jrk.
of tho East and ffinma5y
nomination would p?'(
and some say it i8 iS IW
lemocratic Oarapai !
Prominent New YorW- n
are backers of Jud80 fe!
certain that tholr canSVkeru7
nominated that they '
ning to raUe a ssT
fund In Now York tofSS 4j
cut, New Jeruey,
ana. They aro August I ,tk
B. Hill, Senator Srlmo,'Cs
Sheehan and C'ordfe'
Belmont la expected to
j in raleinc the fund "nj N
I Carren will direct it i?!
a intended to make ih8 ffi
larger than wan usk 1
1802 and It la said that
wealthiest mn of New y7
small fortunes to heh th?Ik
Tho anU-truHt rollcyo? iS
administration has aevdo3
antagonism that it Is
terlally aid in givinS
movement for a great ;i
Theso astuto pKj ft '
Uovo that money S Kn'"
little stock in tho 0BDSmJh'
to Parker and bolIev?ft?f
volt sentiment will lilly
Bryan-Hearst defection, Cjl
Woman Is id j
on Grave (i
Acmised of Importing Giri, -3
Europe to St. Louis fMj
moral Purpoaw, '(jj
ST. LOUIS, May 7.-On Wai
Inspector Jaraea R, Dnac
United States Dfcpartmiato
merco and Labor lln, &,
Wcinzolrl was today arraigned btfr
United States Comralsslowr a
charge of importing glrla to SLli
Jrom Europe, especially Germu
improper and unlawful porpotuiO
arrest followed the arrival httnit
ago of ten girls from Germany, j
alleged by Dunne that they carat)
Louis In answer to advsrllttEsaJ
foreign papers of good positkui
good salary at light honsekeeplrrit
Louis. It was this advertUioi
alleged that first attracted tfcuJ
tlon of tho Department ot Litis 1
spector Dunne stutea that the gift
taken to Mra. Weinzelrl's hoc
that proposals wero made to tba'
they engage in improper and ciin
pursuits. Mrs. Weinzdrl was
$2000 bond, pending a prellmtoirrk
lng next Monday. The girls s
taken care of by the federal lab?'
reau ponding the settlement of d(i
Tho girls came from Munich C
are all without moans, accords.
District Attorney Dyor and ibHij
cnts aro poor. jj
Mrs. Weinzeirl, who lsan&URdi
varia but who has been in Anuria
ten years, said that she tras tzM
nt a restaurant on the Chicago Join
and had charge of German glrin
sold refreshments and who ate !
been brought from Germany. R41
engaged, she asserted, by fe. cornjuj
St. L0UJ3 who have a conoiiries a 'i
Pike, to socure Bavarian gi&T,
could sell refreshments there. It'
declared that the State la prendl
the girls from selling refresher iiB
spirits and It was decided tc stfl
them In celling flowers and soureiM
soon as tho exhibition, which Ii afl
ready, opons. Mra. Weinzeirl tin M
advertised for the girls in the Xsfl
papers in good faith. 9
District Attorney Dyer sold thl B
dor tho statutes the steanuhl? eaB
ponies that brought tho eirlJtoJzjL
ca would have to return them. tC
LIMA, Peru, May 7 -One mw 'ewH!
bubonlo plaguo was rcporttJ Ic&r.M
Ilf you miss this store tomorrow you will be missing a great opportunity, whether you come sight-seeing or on K
economy bent. k
THE LMJE H0USE vf
Offers a feast of bargains that undersell all competition, The following specials represent a few of the great buying opportunities for tomorrow fc
CRETONS, , TURKISH TOWELS. EABR01DERIES. $
rCIT Jira it?It21i?l0md dcsIffn3 ,n tbflS0 defl,rabl odB, JStfc lieavv Vo lo,vel 18x3 lnohc1 . Hamburg- Embroideries, IK to 8 inches wide, in niolRtefWa 1
JrA H(D ' 10 to 12 a. m., each..,,.,, . IO& . Vki to S3c yard, 10 to u 2, zn., tQ& I ft
1 ara JY ' , yard r r , Wr i
DRAWERS. TOILET PAPER. LADIES' PURSES 1
f-ajsss ssrssrvffis irMmm gsLzi. 4? zsa & eys "iffii 1
" ''BsmONTOTr"'"" " MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. . ' " " 1S" lodTwATER '
Cushion Tops, in many different materials and designs, Gowns. Skirts, Drawers and Corset Covaxs. A simpls lino, N , j. i
1 ' values from 75c to 11.00. st Not a garment In tho lot that sells Murray fc Lannan's celebrated Florida WuwR A i7f , 3
, 10 to 12 a. in. , r 39y for loss than 75c. 10 to 12 a. m., eaeh. , AlT ways soils at 75o bottla. 1Q to U a, ni, bottlfl,,. tjjL. j jr
1 to 4 P. M. HFTERN0N SRLB F SPEemLS- l to
RAFFIA PATTERNS. .LACE HOSE. SILK STRIPE GINGHAMS.
A novelty In fancy work to bo made up for Center PJocos, A Jin Llslo Lace Stocking. Nothing in tho olty so flno at A hnndsomo lino of flno silk strlpo glnshamu, def'7? Jtt 'j M
i Doillos. itc. Very pretty; EOo regular. $1.01 a pair. At lesa titan coBt. . i oiings of highest standard of eKclusIvones-, esu"
1 to -4 p. xa., ach i)y' .' 1 to 4 p. m., pair f 4or for 250 a yard 1 to 4 p. m., yard.t.. J
I NOVELTY PINS. VEILINGS. , LADIES' VESTS. i
I A pretty Collar Pm Bet in pearl, mounted In rollod A new lino of stylish veiling) in all tha new colorings. Xot White Egyptian cotton, trimmed with lace and rib aa .
gold xnd only 15o sot regular. 1 a pleco worth less flum 35c a yard. itt ' low neck and sleeveless, extra quality jw
1 to i p. m., set. f )y 1 Co -i p. m., yard , VJy 1 to 4 p. each , r.....rrrr..Trf m i a-
ALL OVER LACES. BED SHEETS, ' SOAP. 1Ic!tK
Heavy, white all ovor Lacos, very rich and beautiful pat- A bed aheot of rood utandard muslin, StifW Inches, hemmed. Sno-xberrv Floating Soap. A good, Vuro toi'et 11 V id mfi'
, terns, selling from S1.&0 to J1.7D yard. . A I , and selling at &5c each. t plro cake; solllnu for 10c caoh. AY 11
1 to i p. m., yard, , , . )JfY 1 to 4 p. m...,-g - ' 1 to I p, m., cake.. -.r m-rf t
COMB AND BRUSH SET. ' WAISTS. BOYS' HOSE, Jt&
Wountcd In Bterilng sliver, vcrj' best hard Got, Imported JjOO "Waists In white lavrn and colored percales, Ehory "waist Jronclud BIcjlo Boso for boys, absolutalr fa,J c0 Lq iff-
I bristle, J2.25 a sat, at less than tho amount of -worth a dollar each. ; oa tough aa aay stocking mado. Thoy ar juf ,gf
silver on tho sot. 1 to 4 p. m., set )dT I 1 to 4 p. m , r: 44 4or good buy at 2So a pair. 1 to 4 p. m-, PatI- ?!II
A lino of White Underskirts for tho Sweet Girl Graduate. They T?ere drumiuers samples. At 25 to 33 px cent less U D UE B Hii PL U OBfiHa B S fvfll I fi Sill Bl Itt.1
than can bo purchased in tho regular tvay. If your opportunltj'. i t H ffl P 0 M'HfiF IR B II 3 H Sli B US Iffl W B 1 Bl Wk.
Wo would call your attention to our new slock of Corsets. Just opened-a shipment of W. B. Corsots that mbrnco B n II I D 0 ika t&irtoVjtlro BHW'y'Bi'Eia o t IBSt
everj' stylo (all tho new models) In this well-known mako of goods. iH