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SUfMiMS IN UTAH'
jLtTKE SEARCH OFPIC, I
I ;AT BAKER CITY, OREGON
; I . i. The Tribune.
; . mm- g -William Studer is
' Ved away at Baker City.
.Irisv of rheumatism oC the
' Studer was one of the
'J ' He was prominent in
01 ltir: " v a candidate for
' "Sit the Iccen blade of his
I i Jotrf bv his friendship. Ho
3 fetrft?t!!me in his likes and dls-
"JTa mn was his friend,
3 lii wUihie too good for him,
fl -Jr. was an enemy, he was an
11 h ,Sr act, and deed. A falth--2
i13 and a forceful foe, Billy
:4Mr. universally respected be
!Bf5ltIon was never In ques
fcw ahvays knew where he stood.
K ur friend you realized It
M?;7r La the week, but If he was
SAnr you wcry Just as often
Kof the fact. He went to Baker
K ft year ago to live with
who Is in business there.
Wlr i Hansen was severely In
Bfcv'fclilnff down the cellar stairs
rtstfence She was badly
(K but her injuries will not prove
BtlSmmi and Detective Pender of
Mm department today arrested
llPminl, a Mexican, on the
'' tf burglary. Samard entered
Wm-T fleam laundry and stole two
iBtfc!i th clothing arid an over
'F.7it stuff was all recovered.
rttly j, Kelly was arrested this
Kfabj-Officer Sleeth on the charge
'Hcr&g the peace.
Kr Eojlhe was arrested today by
Hfre Pender on the charge of
E a box of compasses from C. N.
Er j Southern Pacific civil en-
Bjfctcan Robert Burke today ar
Kjtte proprietors of the Riverside
Kfcr selling; liquors on Sunday.
.BftaM that the Ogden Rapid Tran
Hk(kui' has accepted the fran
Bktftd them by the City Council
fc obstruction of their tracks over
IjllTEYORS START OUT
j ON IRRIGATION WORK
is to Tfca Tribune.
May S.-Prof Swcndscn, ia
ip of tho Governmont lrrigullon
kj h Utah, was in Lehl yesterday
the lako and tho dIr pumps,
ertrf twa corps of surveyors to
tKon Utah lake and tho other
(rtia river. Tho parties consist of
tHsrton, a IL Burton. H. S. Shol
l Hirdy. T. E, Halm, H. O. Hatch
X T. Tabor.
I Rocker, George G. Webb and
BJHssslan. three Lehl citizens who
iwr jfxndln? the past two or thrco
pn foreign missions, have returned
ti jut week,
fe T, Worllon of tho public schools
p to Idaho, where, with his wife,
KtjfLi the summer,
n- nas gone to Carbon
ic itr old home, to spend the sum
achs. "W. Roberts had a nail 'driven
IP su foot, and Owen Stewart was
na tae faco by a horse, tho calk
Khiie entering his eye.
J Sb. M. A. Smith, who have
WJlns tho winter In Lohl, have
i w Holer
Sunderland, tho discoverer of
e-UIn rubber root and tho pro-
"trading the many valuablo
w rrom it, has had a display of
.flWj ln oo of tho show windows
jwc itrtet during tho past week,
I. PtleT30n 15 siting rolatives
wJtr and Mrs, Thorno of Plcas
Sa tcJav Postmaator and
u wiS?13- who haa been labor
ifi2,onary ,n th0 Samoan
i the past thrco and a half
S7. cn rehevca and will return
Shri1?nroacl changes have been
lately. J. p LaW has suc
Pii nJLte?' t!mPorarlly. aa agent
Kft nl?Mao wtrn. and AT T.
ii rr. 5, t operator, has been nuc-i5ii',.eid,nB-
F F- EoBllsh
tttK fiSnatfe?Ip0r?r,,y by R' J
i tA, PcdV,?'os AnKdes &
lAihx',ar,d w"am Thomas,
R0M IMPORTANT POSTS
K l5re"tK5,nB. In which the Ja-
fc&S. raa,,y I'risor.crs.
and PaSJ1. ast,y north of
onn "l i?ft cvacuang tho west
P' siv ift5 Pthinsula.
BffbM'S5' ot laat week
X hv i.n thousand men nt
V w thuVl0i,S8.nt,at Foochau
V U inaand- at Pitzwo. They
mcrc10 Qcsuoyed several mllea of
wSfchf lc" h"ara In tbe dl
felten ccrftl!'.anesa tran""
W.wa. J31 SlltJanr',M eciys w
Bf J?ifUDab"d,vo at "m,
FKm n!a!n Ealm a after a
Kce1, m able to
j PARK CITY
I .TBEBTJNE BTJBEATJ. I
- r!irnMtriiMi M,I'ClCPh0ne
GRAND ARMY VETERANS
GO INTO CAMP JUNE 21
Special to Tho Tribune.
PARK- CITY, May S.-Final arrange
ments have been mado whereby thc Stato
encampment of thc Grajid Army of the
Republic will tako plnce here on June ZL
A large excursion ls expected and the
local camp Is making ovury preparation
for tie pleasure and entertainment of
yilllm Bennett of ITcnefcr died
in. this city yesterday of pneumonia. Mrs.
Bennett came here a. short while ago to
attend tho funeral of her sister, Mrs. Du
gatt. She contracted a severe cold, which
later developed Into pneumonia. She. waa
tho wife of William Bennett, who was for
many years the City Marshal. Fivo chil
dren also 3urvlvo her.
?lr3-JW' s- Goldberg, lately of Baker
city. Or., died today after an extended
Illness of pneumonia.
Honry Sutton camo up from Salt Lako
today to begin oporations at tho Constella
tion mine. Although he was unable to
givo any definite Information as to the
course to lo pursued thore, It Is expected
that tho work will be continued whero it
was loft ore lost fall In tho drift running
to tho iiouth from the EhafL Tho vein
was followed for several hundred feet by
this drift, and showed. very good Indica
tions throughout Its extent, but no large
pockots wero encountered. In tho belief
that better values may be encountered at
a lowcl level the shaft may bo lowered
from lis present depth, 250 feet and tho
vein drifted upon from a much deeper
Dr. and Mrs. R. E. "Wight gavo an In
formal housewarmlng in their new apart
ments last night. Dancing was the fea
ture of tho evening.
SIXTH DISTRICT ATTORNEY
SHIP HOTLY CONTESTED
Special to The Tribune.
RICHFIELD, Mdy S. Thc strugglo
among tho thrco aspirants for tho Repub
lican nomination for Attorney of the Sixth
Judicial district is growing sharper. Those
hi the raco arc George T. Bean and Joseph
Lrickson of Richfield and Gilbert R. Beebo
of Junction, Tho live counties concerned
aro Sovier. Wayne, Piute, Garfield and
Kane. Of these Sevier has practically
half the votes. Thc convention to dccldo
the contest will bo held at Marvavalo on
Muy 1C. Judge John F. Chldestcr will bo
noirunatcu by acclamation to succeed him
self on the bonch.
Attorneys Bean and Becbc aro waging
an open and vigorous contest for thc plnce.
Erlckson, since ho renounced all claim to
the Judgeship nomination, has not pub
licly announced himself for the Attorney
ship, but his backers are working hard all
over the district
According to thc claims mado by tho
thrco candidates, each has a sure thing on
the nomination. Erlckson declares he has
eighteen of Sevier's twentv-threo dele
gates, and scattering support from Wayne,
Kano and even Garfield county, Jucbre Chl
dester's home. Then he expects Becbe's
following from Piute ln case Becbo falls
to land early ln thc game. Since but
twenty-five are sufficient to nominate, this
would glvo Erickson tho nomination.
Bcebe csntends that ho has Garfield,
Piute, Wayne and Kano counties, and
some little allegiance in Sevier, several
more than enough to aiako him safe.
Bean's champions assert that their fa
vorite will carry about half tho Sovier
delegation, havo roason to expect Wnjno
undivided for him and enough more ln
Garfield and Kano to allay any uneasiness
ln their camp. Very few of tho delegates
have as yet been oleoted.
Two of Sovier county's precincts havo
elected delegates to the Judicial conven
tion. They aro P. C. Scorup. J. W. Phil
lips and J. M. Coombs. Alternates aro
Allen Forshee, J D. Pace and John Bar
nard. All from Sallna.
Thomas Gledhlll was chosen delegate by
AGED WOMAN DIES
SUDDENLY AT COALVILLE
COALVILLE, May S. Margaret Walker,
one of tho pioneers of this city and coun
ty, died Saturday morning at tho homo
of her son, RobOrt Walker, at tho ago of
S4 years. Sho seemed In her usual health
when her breakfast was taken to her, but
made the romark that she would not bo
long with them. After eating a3 usual
she went to uleep and ln an hour was
dead, The lady has been very fceblo for
a long time, but eecmcd to enjoy good
health for ono of her age.
Margaret Cowle Walker was born in
Slewarton, Ayershlro, Scotland, March 17.
ICO. She was baptized Into tho church
of L. D. S. in 1S17, being th first woman
ln that part of Scotland to Join tho church.
Sho emigrated to this country In 1S74,
making her homo in Coalville, where sho
lived until her death. Her husband died
twenty-six years ago. Sho was the moth
er of seven children, all of whom are
dead except three boys. Robert Walker of
this place, James Walker, who Is now ln
Canada, and John Walker, who Is In
Scotland. All her relatives ln this coun
try were at her bedside when sho died.
The funeral will bo held tomorrow after
noon from tho reeldenco of RotMrt Walk
er. A heavy frost here last night did con
siderable damage to garden truck, lucern
und tender vegetation.
Oscar Crittenden, who has been teach
ing school at Upton tho past two years,
has secured a position in a bank at Ogden
and yesterday moved his family to that
placo, where ho will make his home.
"William. Pritchard Leases Tannery.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PAROWAN. May 6. William Pritchard
has leased the Co-op tannery and will
start ln business for himself. Mr. Prit
chard haa about twenty-eight years' ex
perience In thc business. Ho learned the
tradti ln England.
Henry T. McEwan of tho Stato bank
was a visitor yesterday on business. Mr.
McEwan thinks he does not want to take
another trip to Parowan for some time if
he has to travel by staco.
District schools havo closed here. Tho
closing exercises wero held Friday morn
ing, and a darico for the children ln th
Congressman Howell at Logan.
Special to Tho Tribune.
LOGAN, May 8, Hon. Joseph Howell
arrived last evening over the Oregon Short
Line. Congressman Howell will romaln
ln Logun for a time resting and looking
after his buslnesa Interests. Ho Is satis
fied with tho sefiBlon of Congress and
thinks the administration has mndo a good
President James Llnford loft for Cleve
land, O., where he will represent the
Brignam Young college as a delegate to
the Case School of Applied Science at tho
Inauguration of Charles Sumner Howo as
-X3 OIH 1JBIA ULSi P.lOJUn JJ -JUOpISOJO!
position, returning about Jiino 1.
NEW MAIL AND STAGE
LINE COMPANY ORGANIZED
Special to The Trlbuno.
RAWLINS, Wya., May S.-C. R, Forrls
and M. W. Dillon, who have been so
liciting subscriptions for stock ln tho
Rawlins-Dillon Mall & Stage Lino com
pany, which Is to bo organized coon, have
secured enough capital to start thc enter
prise at once. It was estimated that ?X00
was necessary to cauip tho lino and run It
ior ono month and this amount has been
io nearly reached that atep toward or
ganizing the company havo been taken.
Articles huvo been drawu and will bo filed
with the Secretary of Stato In a few days
and the stock Issued.
Eighty head of horses have been con
tracted for and new vehicles will be put
on the line for tho accommodation of pas
sengers. Tho stage will make tho trip
Arom here to Dillon, a llttlo more
than fifty miles, with two relay stations
enroutc. This will save visitors to the
camp a great inconvenience. Now they
aro compelled to stop over night at Wal
cott, whore hotel accommodations arc
very poor, spend a day on the road, stop
at Encampment another night and go to
the mining district thc next dav. By the
now routo vlHltors havo tho very best ac
commodations at Rawlins and can reach
tho heart of the mining district In a dav's
ride. Dillon Is tho center of that section
which ls attracting tho attention this
summer and is only about half a mile
from the great Fcrrls-Haggarty mine.
Tho now road ls said to bo one that
can be kept open" all winter bv constant
uso. whereas It has been with extremo
difficulty that the mining towns have
been reached this winter, freighters going
from hero by tho Snake river route a dls
tanco of 150 miles.
Application will be made at once for a
mall contract and the petition will bo
signed by nearly every one at both ends
of tho route,
Reports havo been current In the last
few days that the sheepmen at Medicine
Bow were giving trouble by refusing to
comply with tho dipping orders. It Is not
true, as they arc running tho 'ats every
day and every band that can bo Included
tinder thc latest ruling of the Sheep Com
missioners are being dipped.
It la expected that the wool at Co3grlff
Bros.' pen at Fort Steele will be sold next
Tuesday. Thcro are about twentv buvers
here who will nttend. At least 125,000 sheep
aro being shorn at these pens.
H O. Granberg of Oshkosh, Wis., was
In tho city today on mining business. He
is manager of the Pluto company, which
owns nine claims near Dillon and they
will let contracts for about J10.000 worth
of work on a tunnel on ono of their prop
erties. Mr. Granberg will personally su
perintend tho work on another set of
AMERICAN FORK AND RETURN
Via Salt Lake Route, Thursday,
Special train will leave Salt Lake 7;30
p. m., arriving at American Fork at
S:30 p. m. Dancing at famous Apollo
Special train, returning, leaves Amer
ican Fork after dance.
RIOTOUS ELEMENT SETTLES
DOWN AT CALIENTES
Special to Tho Tribune,
CALIENTES, Nov., May S. Thc riot
ous proceedings of Friday have ended,
although an armed guard of citizens pa
trolled tho strip between the town and
tho camp of tho Austrlans ana Italians
all night, fearing another outbreak. Kano,
tho first man shot Friday, returned to
Panaca Saturday. Ho ls said to have
been but recently released from the Utah
Tho Austrian shot in tho neck Is under
tho care of a local physician and there
la a slight chance for his recovery', al
though tho bullet fired by the officer en
tered tho back of his neck, ranging up
ward, and lodged ln his loft chcok. Ono
of tho bullets fired by the officers flow
high and went through Sponcor's store,
cutting closo to thc head of an em
ployee. There Is bad blood between tho Aus
trlans and Italians, and, although they
work amicably when sober, a few drinks
start a quarrel, and anything that comes
handy Is used as a weapon.
Manager Moore of tho commissary ser
vice has been ln camp for a few days.
General Foreman McDcrmott returned
to camp from Salt Lako Friday.
Mrs. and Miss ForguBon, wlfo and
daughter of Conductor Ferguson, who
havo been spending a few days in camp,
havo returned to Salt Lake,
Work is progressing on tho tunnels of
tho Fetterman claim and the veins on
either side of camp.
An Immense amount of material ls com
ing In dally for construction work at
O Jh. SS "17 O 3FI 3E .A. .
Bean tho ) 3 Kind Yoj Haifl Always Bocglfl 1
"WHAT HAPPENED TO BH0W2T?"
PROMINENT RAILROAD MAN
DIES VERY SUDDENLY
Special to Thc Tribune,
POCATELLO, Ida., May 8. Edward
Spauldlng, voucher clerk in the master
mechanic's office here, was found dead In
bed this morning by his wife when sho
awakened about 7 o'clock. Ho had not
been well for a week or more, but was at
his desk in tho office yesterday, and did
riot complain of feeling worso than com
mon when ho retired last night. Death
was caused from heart trouble. Deceased
was BS years of ago and had spent many
years In tho service of tho Union Pacific
and Short Line. He camo here from Choy
ennc six years ago to take tho position
which he was holding at the time of his
death, and was senior clerk In the office.
A wife and two sons survive him. The ro
malns will be sent Tucuday morning to
his old hoipo In New Hampshire.
A special train of four coaches passed
through here this morning convoying a
colony of Germans en route from Nebras
ka to Blackfoot to work In the sugar fields
thore. Tbo party contained 131 adults and
Royal Bread ls puro. every loaf beam
our label with the crown. At all gro
cers and tlrst-clliss restaurants.
VIA BURLINGTON ROUTE.
To St. Louis and return, 542,50.
To Chicago and return, 517.60.
To Chicago and return via St. Louis,
To St. Louis and return via Chicago,
On sale Tuesday and Friday of each
Tickets good for stop-overs.
Through Pullman and Tourist Sleep
era to SU Louis without change.
R. F. Neslen, Gen'l AgL, 79 W. 2nd
2 Dollar Dollar
Premium with Purchase
I Dollar Ofl Cent 1
Promlum wllh QJ Purchaso H
6fi Cent Cont j
y Premium wilh j9 Purchaso I
' Teas9 Coffees, Spices
; Top Quality
Bottom Prices j
Double Premiums Free ;
Double Coupons Free ;
It pays to 1
" trade at a
! Great American ImporliagTea Co. I
i Store I
245 Main St. Salt Lako City.
R IT'S THE BEST RAISES, IN THE
fi Baking Powder.
I "The Best of tho Good Ones." 1
fl HEWLETT BROS, CO. $
1 Jfust Received
t Carload ?
- OF THE BEAUTIFUL X
1 HeflerPiatios I
q Tho finest moderatp-prlco Plana
ever sold here, ?
0 SOLD ONLY BY
1 Clayton Music Co. I
- 103 MAIN ST. X
-t- EVERYTHING MUSICAL X
Louis C. Kelsey "Waterworks
Chas. E. Reed Scwerago
LOUIS C. KELSEY & CO.,
CIVIL AND CONTRACTING- EN
GINEERS. 403-1 D. F Walker Bldg. 'Phono U69-K.
SALT LAKE CITY.
JOEU" BUCKLE fc SON,
235 SO. IiIAIN ST.
. O. Box 688. Salt Lak Qlty,
TBf FREE 25 dainty maids of as many nations, TiL ' 1 J
B New Pictures "ch hotdl"E ,hcr counry's ci?- '; i H
H blem. rullof snap and go, thc y J(, i ' !
Trophies coupons, t t ' I
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I 15, 16.50, 18, 20, 22.50, 25 and up. Two-piece outing Suits, 10, 12, 15 and up. ) 1 1
I OUR FANCY HOSIERY is striking ly beautiful, in new ideas, 25c to 3.50 a pair. - jj j j
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flfoe Best Whisky
I Needs no Praise. I
8 Old Cambridge Rye ,
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K ROPER & MAYER, js
H 25-2S W. Second South St. a
a Loc&t In H-art of the Bunincea W jll
and Theater Districts.
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S A. FRED WEY, K
g SALT LAKE CITT. k' , fH
3 Rates- 51.00 to S3.00 tusr day. U , fH
I Popular Priced Restaurant. f?j h'll
I SCO Rooms, with Tolophone, Hot W l
!j and Cold Running Water. Sixty ; H ' '
A Private Baths, ft 'I
SPOT CASH SHOErJALiL I
The entire stock will be sold out AT SALE PRICES. We Need the Money, ' J i
25 per cent to 60 per cent Saved on your Shoe Purchases this Spring. r nH
FOUR BARGAINS THAT WILL CO IN A HURRY f
LadieV Pafonr Ideal Kid, E. P. Coed's rro 1 Men's VIci or Velour' Sprlnft Stock, tfrp I pr n 'l
make. Value $3.50 HC', 25 Per Cent Off Value $3.50 ,1J fl
Ladios' Goodyoar Wolfs, new styles. o oe- School Shoes. Men's Calf Shoos, all slzos and rr opr
Valuo $3.50 4COO widths. Value $3.00 " J , .