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Vf b Candidate for Congress in
fiercest- Pistrict-ls Popular
Y j; Should Win.
ltPKC pnc.Tcally conceded by Re
iV I that nodcwooil Hoar, son
ffS SU-o F. IIoar M bo
rS or Congress next fall.
'ft tc-nis tho district has Ix-en
r-p three lc i.,n R Tnavcr. Dcmo
'ntfJ W, troubles compelled
SfH'ffiouSSShat he will not be
SS'S ?oar'ls tho Dlntrlct Attorney
iffortwl'fSral thousand votes
SJrf 5v,?nt& dcmonatratlnff un
Sirf of r'ii.r anionc lhf voter?. Tho
d P'?uf riet InciudcB Worcester.
SV?SS Aurj- and other In-
'd,UCflucrtdontS"thal District At
tn,",1 'nominated, will win In the
fW-iriet against any Democrat
XS a member of the Gov
.fU SaJ.. kt th Fifth Aveniio ho-
f"S' J M "He wod win with the
S5 united nnd tho fact Oiat there
rwln that 'hey will
Wr. livery stable for carriages
CtJ Telephone Sf,
IEN FLOOD DAMAGE
BEATER THAN REPORTED
i w The Tribune.
EK May a -Indications are that
xi dour by the flood of Saturday
i rcn higher than at first reported.
i& brought down by the -switor nb
Sinr lawns and gardens, whito
be bcc washed away and cclku-3
1 nlong Washington avenue. Tho
was also hadlj damaged, being
i ou't n several placeH and strewn
nhbisli for nearly a mile and a half.
Abilities are that the total dam
q not fall short of 525,00).
.- Davenport the cartoonist, will
' Ogdn tomorrow morning from
and will deliver his famous lec
7Tn rower of the Cartoon." at tho
iclo in tho evening. During the
xn Mr Davenport will ho talcon to
ranvon hj the newspaper boys.
Mr find Mrs- William G. Wilson of
milage will give a trout and chlck
Kr In honor of the artist.
jftlAT HAPPENED TO BROWN P"
k FRANCISCO HOTTEST
I CITY ON PACIFIC SLOPE
JJLV FRAXCISCO, May 0 Today was
tfhlttst of tlie season, tho weather bu
oj'j tbtrmomclor registering SC degrees
I'&aMdle of the afternoon. So far as
i! was concerned, the hot wave
u tet a T.1de one San Francisco hud
;Wr the brunt of It. tho cities both
hcr.d south getting off with several
vsrwherc west of tho Rocldes the.
c;Hture wa3 lower than In Saji Tran
n hlch thus enjoyed rather did not
(or-th raro experience of being tho
taatotm on the Pacific slope.
IFFERS CASH PREMIUM
: FOR SETTLERS OH FARMS
piDIA. Yucatan. Mav R.-The Legts
ft of Oils State has conceded io the
Pfratlon societ for a term of live
In a premium of $25 to every family
Heonra to the State for the purpose
casing la agriculture. Each family
rcor.ilt of three numbers or moro
:ksI have lived on some land In tho
ftffrreonths before the allowanco Is
KD MINISTER'S HEART
! BURST WITH JOY
sl to The Tribune.
a.VJ03R, cal.. May S.-Ttov. A. Sac-
an agsd. minister of the German
M.chu.rh' wt'nl frm here to
uorjoycd at meeting them that
W on renchlng their home. They
iit-g separated many years.
I Order for 200,000 Rifles.
'K.?5, anPC S. The
iKT factory has received or
ator M9.000 Lebel rirles. It Is bc
that thy are intended for
Loved His Cousin,
and Pays for It
Iowan Tried to Plead Platonic Affec
tion, but Courts Couldn't Sec
It That Way.
Si!al to Tho Tribune.
DES MOTN-ES. In.. .May S.-Fivc hun
dred dollars damages and costs of
the suit was ta.d up against A. P.
Thompson for alienating tho affec
tions of A. P. Christiansen's wife.
Thompson and Mrs. Christiansen arc
cousins and his defense was a platonlc
love. Much evidence was Introduced to
indicate Unit tho love was a very different
brand and tho Jury promptly decided for
1 tho wronged husband.
! Both litigants :uro Diiiiee. and Thomp
son Insisted that his oousln'M lovo wawi't
worth nearly fo much no WO, and the Su
premo court has Just held that It must
have been, and has afflmcd tho decision
of tho lower court.
STATION AGENT SHOT
BY A HIGHWAYMAN
SEATTLE. Wash., May S. C. J. In
prani, station agent at Snoqualmie. a
Northern Pacific station north of Se
attle, was shot in the mouth by a high
wayman at 8:30 o'clock last night. He
was brought to Seattle at 12:30 o'clock
Ingram was just closing up the ofllcc
safe when the bandit entered. He re
fused to turn over the keys of the safe
find was shot through the mouth. The
wound is critical, but not necessarily
fatal. Ingram recognized the bandit
as a ,man known in the town as
Hrldgcs. A posse started after him and
hc was captured soon after the shoot
ing. He will be brought here this
"WHAT HAPPENED TO BROWN P"
FIND BODY OF MISSING
SON OF MILLIONAIRE
BIG STOKE GAP. Va., May S. Tho
body of E. Jj. Wcntz. who so mysterious
ly disappeared October 14, 1D03, was found
today near Kelly View, within a mllo of
the place where hc was last seen alive.
Tho body, which was lying on the ground
In plain view, was In a state of preserva
tion sufficient for Identification.
Young Wentz was tho son af a Phila
delphia millionaire and was in chargo of
his father's mines In Wlso county. Slnco
his disappearance more than ?50,000 has
been offered for any news of him.
"ASK THE FURNITURE MAN."
KILLED AND ROBBED
OAXACA. Mexico. May S. Othon
Quinjano, the paymaster of the Nation
al Railroad of Tchauntcpec, was as
saulted by five bandits between Palo
Mares and Paso do Buques. One bullet
went through his body and his head
was cut almost in two with a machette.
He died"of his wounds. Two of his
peons were wounded. The bandits got
away with between $2000 and $3000.
"ASK THE FURNITURE MAN."
CHICAGO, May 8. Two well-dressed
robbers raided Kinsley's restaurant In
the. downtown district tonight, holding
up the cashier. All the day's receipts,
amounting to over 51000, was secured
and plnced in a satchel, the men escap
ing before an alarm could be given.
NOTABLE E AD OF DAY
LAFAYETTE, Ind May S. M. P.
Carrlck. general secretary-treasurer of
the Brotherhood of Painters, Decora
tors and Paperhnngcrs of America, died
today, of erysipelas, aged -17 years.
ST, LOUIS. May 8. Brlg.-Gen. Stephen
W. Groeabeck. U S. A., retired, died to
day of pneumonia at the home of his
brother-in-law here, aged 61.
I Improves She flavor and adds io
the healthftilness rf the food.
fRlCE BAKING POWDER CO,, CHIOAQOv
NO BAD HABITS
Elder Horris Says That 90 Per Cent
Neither Drink Tea Nor
TTESPITE the testimony of 400.000
B I wo-ncn of tho American contl
lf nonl, the homes of the Mormon
people aro as pure as any in tho
land. Despite words to the contrary, wc
aro virtuous; wo aro not an immoral peo
ple. We lovo virtue and tomperance In
everything temperance In living, eating
and drlnklnff und in everything."
Thus spoke Elder Nephl Morris, presi
dent of the Salt Lake stake of the Church
of Jenim ChrlHt of Latter-day Saints, at
th1 services held yesterday afternoon In
tho Assembly hall. In spenklng of tho
toaclilng In tho Mormon schools ho suld
thft pupils were taught scrlpturo as woll
a the usual branches and that the-y were
I brjught up virtuous and temperate In
everything. He inado the statement that
90 per cent of the Mormon people did not
uso Intoxicating liquor, nmoko cr drink
tea or coffee. He asked his audlcnco to
find a parallel.
The congregation was largely composed
of visitors, and provious to the address by
tho presiding officer. Elder Oliver God
dard of the L. D. S. college was called up
on to bear testimony. It was explained
that any elder of tho church could be
called upon at any ncrvlco to como forth
from the congregation and benr testimony
Elder Godard spoke of tho trials of tho
Mormon missionary, saying thcro were
2000 of them abroad at tho present time
who had been cent forth to preach tho
gospel without purso or scrip
Tho speaker told of tho anguish caused
by leaving home and all that Is dear In
tho shapo of friends and associations to
go out Into the world ami do missionary
work. They reason they go nnd go cheer
fully hu said wns bocauso they aro called
by God. "tt'o love our wives and childron
as dearly as any of you love yours." hc
said, addressing himself to the viHltors.
In speaking of the faith of the genera
tion of Mormons now growing up. he said
thero was no weakening that all wero
strong, pure, noble and staunch In their
belief. Ho spoke on the Bible, nnd salil
that It does not contain all that God has
revealed, meaning that tho Book of Mor
mon was also divine. Tho Book of Mor
mon ho paid was the word of God to Is
rnel who dwelt ujon the Western con
tinent, as the Bible was the word of God
to Israel who dwelt upon the Eastern
continent. He spoko of the revelations of
Joseph Smith, the prophet. Ho briefly
narrated the history of the man's early
life, and said: "Tho story of Mormonlsm
Is so broad. Its plan of salvation bo great
that It ennnot be. told at ono time at ono
Tho choir sang several hymns and the
benediction was offered by Bishop Emery
of the Third ward
WORLD'S FAIR RATE,
O. S. Ii. and Union. Pacific
To St. Louis and return, overy Tues
day and Friday, only $-12.60. Shortest
and fastest line. City ticket offlct, 201
MAKE AMUSING ANSWERS
With the Sunday-school rally held at the
First Methodist church yesterday after
noon the Salt Lake County Sunday-school
convention was brought to a successful
c lose. The church was well crowded with
children, their parents and Sunday-school
teachers from all parts of tho county.
The programmo for the final day consist
ed of songs, recitations and brief ad
dresses and was Instructive as well as in
teresting and amusing.
"Flowers" was the theme of an enter
taining address given bv the rtcv. T. W
Pinkerton. The speaker dwelt upon tho
happiness that Is brought Into the world
through the silent little messengers.
"Nothing." he said, "contributes more to
our happiness in this life than do the
beauty and fragrance of the llowers."
Miss Lois Smith gavo a short talk to the
children on character building. She first
sang a song with her own accompaniment
on an autohnrp and then Illustrated the
meaning of tho words with a direct talk
to tho children, In which she showed
them that they were all building char
acter and that the kind of men and wom
en they were to be all depended upon the
way they started out
Probably tho feature or the rally yester
day afternoon was the "chalk talk" bv
Mrs. A. R. Jones. With the aid of sonfe
crayons and a blackboard, she ehowed tho
wages or the rewards that accrue from
working for God or for Satan. Consider
able mirth was occasioned by the extremo
frankness of a bright little youngster who,
when asked what would be tho first thing
to Inquire about If answering a "wanted"
ad ertlsement, answered, "How much It
would pn." Another small boy, much to
tho surprlso of Mrs. Jones, answered In
the affirmative when nsked If he would
sell his hand for S1CO. The remaining
numbers of the programmo wore ns fol
lows Recitation Glcnora Short
Song Colored school
Song Murray Schools
Recitation Mildred Tuttle
Song Swedish Chorus
Song Sandy schools
Song Westminster Ladies' Quartette
HEARST TO ESTABLISH
NEWSPAPER AT VICTORIA
VICTORIA. B. C. May S. It is an
nounced hero that James J Hill, of the
Great Northern railway, and William
Randolph Hearst, candidate for the Dem
ocratic nomination for the United States
Presidency, will start a morning dally '
newspaper In Victoria at an early date, i
Mr. Hill Is desirous of extending his
rnllway and steamship business to Van
couvor Island and British Columbia, and
Mr. Hcnrst has planned to establish
Hearst newspapers all along the coaBt in
the principal cities from Cape Nome to
Yestorday'e record at the local offlco
of tho weather bureau:
Maximum temperature, K) degrees; min
imum temperature, SS degrees; mean tem
perature, degrees, which Is 9 degrees
below the normal
Accumulated deficiency of temperature
since Mar 1, 27 degrees.
Accumulated- deficiency of temperature
since January 1, S degrees.
Total precipitation from 6 p. m. to A
p, in., nono.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
since May 1, 1.03 Inches.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
nlnce January 1. 3.91 Inches.
R. J. HYATT, Local Forecastor.
WASHINGTON, May 8. Now Mexico.
Arizona, Ulan, Colorado. Wyoming and
Montana Fair and warmer Monday,
Michigan. Town Damaged by Fire.
UTICA. Mich., May S Seventeon
business places nnd ten dwellings wero
destroyed by fire that wiped out hulf
of Utlca. today. The village was with
out lire apparatus and help was sent
from Detroit. William Upton, a capi
talist, who Is one of the heaviest losers,
fell from the roof of a building and wa
fatally hurt Loss, $100,000. 1.-
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a tonlcal stimulant 1
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0 Any elds person who has novor used '
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3 If you will statu tho dlsooae to be Vl
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I The McConahay has been the
I means of hundreds of people getting silver- .
I ware, clocks, cut glass, watches, diamonds ? i H
1 and jewelry at slaughter prices I f I
I This sale will run just two weeks more, f i'l
. and during that time everything will be sold ;l
I regardless of the price bid I ' I
I Everything guaranteed by us. " . :H
j '' Two sales each day, 2:30 and 7:30 pm 'jl
141 West Second South ,!
I That New Suit! ll
-jV Made by the Greatest !gf ! :H
M MwlmnW Clothes Makers in 1 H
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132 Main Street W .
Ono Price. Plain Figures.
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! one 1
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Salt Lake City. Utah.
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