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IS SHUT OUT
fie Musicians' Union
Jj Draws Line,
Either Bands Refuse to Ap
M : paar With Fort Douglas
Hj ; Organization.
j' ys Just Homo From the Philippines
Much Hurt Over the Attitude
: Toward Them.
SmShe Twenty-ninth infantry band at
"tM'B Fort Douglas was notified late
Frlday evening that their ser-
'Mtt vices?, previously engaged by the
S&odmeii of the 'World for the
""slrade and the annual memorial ser
roa5?W to be held today by this order,
5 not b0 rcflu,red- From a member
'Wc Twonly-nlnth band, The Tribune
u 'HVentativc learned that the two city
' (HfT both of wllIchl hclong to the
i& 'jP'a"s' union, had also been en
jifcj6d for the occasion, who upon learn
jlffpthnt the army band .was to play
irifiSlflcd the "Woodmen of their intention
bijjsuit if the Fort Douglas band played
PWSiiey, the union baud?, would not ap
e7ear in the parade. The calling off of
tqfS ie engagement for the army organiza
htDfc bn came in the nature of a surprise
haVjilhe band just from the Orient. It is
jjj? so learned that on. account of the
yaihall band they nov have, they had
Jif hgagc-d the services of i?evoral
itSi Musicians from the city for this occa
iJjh o Tne contract with these men must
The'i Miscquently be broken. Jt has at
dl'llk II times been the intention of the
slyf fuslciana at Fort Douglas to accept no
eavjw igagement at a lower price than that
5f the union bands, and all are very
rftn!?"ucn surprised at the action tuken by
She- union organizations, when these
3rg&nizations were likewise engaged for
qiSilHe occasion. It appears that the
iaihion is plightly envious toward the
Mwjuislcians at Fort Douglas, but they
.ve no occasion for entertaining such
ViAf feeling. The Twenty-ninth la eom
"wsed of men who would not for a
kn'lnute think of meddling with the af
hejtaiRlra of other organizations. They at
oHXLch no blame whatever to the- Wood
ocjjifien for calling the engagement off,
Slut feel that the union has not shown
..iUh'em tlie respect due, immediately upon
dSSHjielr return from active service.
iwBpRecrultinsr officer Lieut. A. D. Clark
jotSfithe artillery hag been kept busy at
Mwls desk the past ten days, taking care
flfiWthe many applications for enlistment
-jjjBthe Twenty-ninth Infantry.
eilflFTlic non-commissioned officers oc-
flng quarters at the post but not
led to them, received notice Friday
'acnte same within twenty-four
s, to make room for incomlug ofll
of the post.
,iti.iic usual Sunday morning services
-WIJL' be held at the chapel today at 10
.-3ffjnv, conducted by the post chaplain,
rflMpipt. Walter Marvlne, Twelfth infan
Sg ry. Everybody is Invited.
1 fcapt. W. H. Perry, commanding Com
pj !&ny II, Twenty-ninth Infantry, has
J I jade application for leave of absence
yjljj '"r three months for the purpose of re
liperating and visiting relatives In II-
nols and New York. Capt. Perry Is
V of the regiment's best officers, and
Ajfls company will dislike to lose him
Y or so long a time. He will be accom-
V anJed by his wife and pretty children.
J p.urlng his absence the organization
rill be in command of First Lieut. A
Capt. Frank .7. Morrow, quartormas
, r Twenty-ninth infantry, is now post
fartcrmaster, the property having
en turned over to him by his prede
Hr pBor. Capt. Morrow is an excellent
P" leer and looks well after his depart
to It snt. He is ably assisted by the genial
it ody' ilmental quartermaster sergeant,
nan Illlam P. Cookley. They will issue
i e,new uniforms this week.
"S ?rlvat5 Zlc Miller of the Twelfth ln
r nrv casually at the post, who -was
ti rested Friday night in the city and
InttWJjd yesterday for Immoral conduct
i evertHle In company with a woman of
Jfesllonable character, and, when re
"Iscd by the civil authorities, will be
. Jincd 0Vftr lo ne military authorities
w ' Ttxlal. A soldier cannot be too care
, F lj. choosing his company, and the
-AirVQ 'should be a lesson to those who
gll-JVwont to mingle with disgraceful
1 Vnrt pt Fl'ank D. Ely, commissary
?,en , enty-nlnth Infantry, has recently
Spiled a property book for the use
;f seco companies, troops and batteries of
of Dtf United States and State forces. The
.nsorltf k has been adopted by the govern
(m5ts. It and is in two parts, part one con
5 iStcaJ" ilnP the individual accountability of
ur? Ifcted men, part two covering the
Jj? Ifi lirlermaster property accountability
,1 ,.' organization commanders. The
you, . ika are considered very good for the
MaS1' yJH111?119 of Moera Surgery.
;viugr Jonderful things are done for the
aid'tfj Jinn body by surgery. Organs are
at frr " n out and scraped and polished
J L'Put back, or they may be rumovad
ack pi rely; bones are spliced; pipes take
'htC1a if'place r diseased sections of veins;
! ilseptlc dressings are applied to
UndB, brulscB, burns and like in
i jK?3' befSle inflammation Fets In,
a Hj?h causes them to heel without ma-
P?!10 and ls one-lhlrd the time re
;JFe(i y the old treatment. Cham--ir"'11'8
Paln Balm acts on this prlu
rtf P l ,s an antiseptic and when np-
xitw' 8ucn Injuries, causes them to
;ter0jHfe'ery QU,ckly' u alEO alIaJ's the
Htnd soreness. Keep -a bottle of
30KSJRalrn In your home and it will
ij3RBifflpou' ,rne ai,d money, not to men
in3f;thc inconvenience and suffering
'onin ;"ah such .Injurlea entail. For sale
2ar7i' Vi leading drussiat
care of government property, and are
being printed from the press of F. C.
Nunemacher, Louisville, Ky.
The officers of the post will hold a
meeting at the adjutant's office today
for the purpose of talking over the
probable organization of a tennis club.
There are some excellent players at the
post, and no doubt the club will be or
ganized In a short time.
A Speckled Indian
in M Lake City
Old Paschaunt, of Kanosh, Can Exor
ciso Evil Spirits; Drinks When In-,
vited, Eats Only When Hungry.
PASCHAUNT is the name of a
speckled Indian an Indian like
the leopard, that can't change his
Paschaunt is 103 years old, hale for
his age, and turning white. He believes
that God ls changing his color and that
he will be a white man before he dies.
The old man is of the Pauvaunt tribe,
of southern Utah, Millard county.
There are only -a few of them left
three, In fact Paschaunt and two -women
whom he made widows in fair
fight many years ago. They are old,
loo, and live at Kanosh.
Paschaunt, the Indian with the white
spots, has Just arrived in Salt Lalte,
and may visit the World's fair. He Is
in charge of Dr. C. I. Foote and James
George, an interpreter. They are at tho
Oregon Short Line dcpoL
Local physicians and others will be
invited to see the strange old man, and
explain the causs of his spots.
When the Mormons came to this val
ley In 1817 Paschaunt was converted
and baptised, and he believed that if ho
was good he would become white. The
years rolled on, and the bronze skin of
the old man began to grow white in
First tho paleness began to show at
the finger nails, then the toe nails, next
over the body, and now about the cor
ners of the mouth. He hopes to be
come white all over a real paleface,
but Paschaunt Is an old man, and death
may lake him while he is merely a
When tho old man touched the cen
tury mark, by the laws of his tribe ho
became a medicine man whether lie
wished to be or not. and with duo
formality and much agony, one of his
eyes was plucked out. All is dark In the
spirit world, and the eye was sacrificed
that he might see the evil spirits in the
dark and dispel thein.
Paschaunt doesn't say how many evil
spirits he has exorcised, but the eye ls
gone and there Is tho empty socket to
prove that he can seo evil spirits In the
The old man is not more than five feet
high nnd weighs about eighty pounds.
He walks six miles dally when he's at
homo. He neither smokes nor drinks
I "by inclination, but like all men of his
race, deigns to get drunk by Invitation
But the strangest thing about old
Paschaunt, the Jndlan of the white
snots, is that he has sense like a horse
he eats only when he's hungry. Tou
ma' lead tho old man to a table loaded
with all the good things he likes to eat,
but you can't make him cat. Ho cats
only when he's hungry.
Paschaunt. spotted and 103 years old,
is not altogether savage. He can tell
when it Is going to rain by his rheuma
tism. He hasn't had appendicitis, yet,
but thinks he- may have it after he gets
Tor Over Fifty Yeara.
An old and well-tried remedy. Mrs.
Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
pain, cures wind colic and Is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Sold by drug
gists In every part of the world. Be
sure and ask for Mrs. Wlnslow's Sooth
MURRAY NEWS ITEMS.
Hoodlumlsm ls reigning In our town
to an extent. Although lawlessness
has been checked to a degree since in
corporation, it sometimes appears as If
life and property Is not at all safe with
in Its limits. Last Thursday a shot was
fired Into the business place of tho
Royal bakery here. The bullet struck
the window glass and shattered the
glass. Although the deed was com
mitted In broad daylight, the offender
managed to disappear before he could
be arrested; not even was he Identi
fied. In the store a girl was present,
who was badly frightened, and the
whole affair created great excitement
in the neighboring places. The officers
are working secretly to trace the bold
Edward Janoschek, proprietor of the
Excelsior Stationery company, and Miss
Maria Wnethez, a teacher of the
Murray district schools, were united in
matrimony last Thursday.
The Omenia Rebekah lodge. No. 15,
I. O. O. F., elected the following officers
last Thursday: Mrs. Stella E. Short.
N. G.; Miss Elizabeth Farnsworth, V.
G.; J. R. Drlnkwater, financial secre
tary, Mrs. Laura H. Rampp, recording
secretary; Mamie A. Cully, treasurer;
Mrs. Mary Eatchel nnd George Parker,
Alfred Eosus, a former , engineer of
the Taylor & Brunton sampling works
here, has been tendered a position Willi
the Oregon Short Line, which he In all
probability will accept.
Miss Belle Olsen, daughter of Dr. 01
sen, Is Improving slowly from her se
vere sickness. Her father bus returned
A meeting of the Ladles' Aid society
of the Methodist Episcopal church will
bo held at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
James Richards Wednesday afternoon,
The Epworth and Junior leaguen of
givu a social at the church Friday even
ing. June 10.
The Grant word will give a three
days' bazar and carnival at the ward
bouse on State street, June 8, 9 and 10.
William Lamb, the former proprietor
of Lamb's hotel, has gone to Callente,
New. on business.
A number of boys were arraigned be
fore Justice McOrnle on the charge of
violating the curfew ordinance. The
offenders were released on the promise
to obey the ordinance.
James Peterson was fined ?o for dis
turbing the peace. Jack Russell, who
was charged with the same offense, for
feited his bonds aud will be rearrested.
E. Huntsman left for Denver Friday
last. He returned from Pocatello about
a wouk ago.
Louis Peterson has filed a petition In
bankruptcy. He has been in the
butcher business in Bingham.
Mrs. John Williams received consid
erable injuries by. being run over by
SUMMER PROCKS J
In dainty while mulls and French gowns. ,
Also handsome linen coat suits will be seen this week in.
I all the new effects.
1 A handsome display of Fancy PARASOLS. The Suit t
1 Sale begins Monday at prices never before hoard of. Among
1 our "Specials" for this week will be Pattern Hats at one-third -1
J 216 MAIN ST. J j
J 140 MAIN STREET, j
rowdies on horseback The offenders
will be brought to justice.
Mr. Schncller celebrated his forty
eighth birthday by giving a banquet to
Mrs. Charles Eatchel is recovering
slowly from her severe sickness.
A baby girl made its appearance at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
William Eddlngs ha9 gone to Wyom
ing. Mrs. J. C. Andrews has been Indis
posed during the past week.
Miss Mary J. Roe Is contemplating
a trip to St. Louis.
Every itching disease of the skin
quickly cured by
Never falling remedy for Itching
At any drug store.
J. T. Harwood ulll take pupils during
the summer. C6C East 11th South.
Seventh East car line.
GO TO EUREKA.
Enjoy a Rido Along the Shores of
Great Salt Lake. Take Excur
sion to Eureka
SUNDAY, JUNE 5, VIA SALT
Fare only S2.00 for round trip. Special
train leaves Salt Lake via Leamington
cut-off at S a- m. Returning, leaves
Eureka C:20 p. m.
Austrian Princess Dies.
GMUNDEN, Austria, June 4. Prin
cess Mary of Baden, eldest daughter of
tho Duke of Cumberland and wife of
Prince Maximllllan of Baden, died here
today, aged 34 years. ,
fiCXENCE PREVENTS BALDNESS.
The Fatal Germ and Its Remedy No to
Faots of Science.
It ia tho rarest thine In tho world for
a man to bo necessarily bald. No man
wnoao hair is not dead ut the roota, need
be bedd If he -nfli use Nowbro'a Herpi
clde, tho new scalp antiseptic. Herplcldo
destroys xho cerra that cuta the hair oft
vX tho root; tad cleans tho Hcalp of dan
druff nnd leaves It la a perfectly healthy
condlton. Mr. Mannotl, in the Maryland
Block. Butte. Mont., was entirely bald. In
leas than a month Herplclde had removed
tho fncmleo of hair Rrowth. and nature
did Ite work by covering hie head with
thick hair an inch Jong, and in elx weeks
ho had a normal cult of hair. Sold by
leadlntr drufcslats. Bend 10c. in otampo for
umplo to Tka Herploldo Co., Detroit,
w Bore's Bug
3 Exterminator ! gg
The- only liquid that will In- ji&v
vjrj? stantly kill bedbugs, roaches, y$
Hjjtf black or lvd ants, moths and
A black beetles. n&
It destroys their eggs and V
Era every gorm of insect life. Vy
ffljh Entirely frco from poison. g&
2? "Will not stain; more cleanly St
6 than paste or powder. vy'
Once tried, users will Insist (Sj
upon having Dore's Bug E.xter- ;&
($3 mlnator. K?)
(? Wo guarantee every bottle to gS)
Sjjjf do all we claim for it. 5x
j? Price. 2jc per bottlo.
w& Manufactured by fi&
1 Drueh! & Franken, I
m DRUGGISTS, $
(ftp Southeast Corner Main and
Third South Streets, Salt
M. LEVY, Lessee and Manager.
Monday, June 6th.
GRAND MASK BALL Every Friday
Evening. CASH AND COSTLY PRIZES,
UTAH STATE BAND Every Sunday
Afternoon and Evening.
HORSK RACING Friday, Juno 11.
MATCH RACE. $1000 a sldo.
DA'NCING EVERY EVENING, S:15.
Admission to Park, 10c Each ticket en
titles thp holder to 10c In trade
New and oleKant In all Its appointment
XO room? single or en oulte, 01 rooina with
Ittttf a. & 22oirae FrogriotaE.
-- - 1 j smiw. jlwiui imiin-Bafi m .- ponM ulu iiiu wiuijii nn
j - I
m Yerj p size' solid ' 0alz exceUent finish I
j jl with arms, caiie seat, substantially built, lor B
1 THIS HANDSOME iJIM ! I
jj Largo size, vrith arms, cobbler seat, antique jjgj Jjl
1 or Mahogany finish, highly polished, strongly ' 1
j constructed for jp H
' "r " MONDAY AZS'D TTEEK. j H
We have just received a carload of Par lor Furniture, in suites and odd pieces, and leather jj
upholstered furniture of all descriptions. xVJso a full line of Bonne Femme Curtains.
I 1 Hl
I , COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS . l
1 33-35-3? W. THIR1 SOUTH STREET j I
1 T" B- ' k M ! I
Tired backs come lo all who are forced to overtax them. n ' I
in their daily duties. Ever realize that it may not be the back Vp
that's lifed, but the Kidneys? The Kidneys are overworked, $$$w'iS ? 1
i. become congested, and when 'they 'play out" the back will tell t5' I
2: by ils ache.s aud pains. fy ly -J g
I Hwtlthy people have strong backs. , fir MP IH
: Learn to be heallhy by keeping the Kidneys healthy. mf 5
Doan's Kidney Pills keep the Kidneys healthy and cure all $ jff
Kidney and Bladder Ills, Urinary Derangements, Diabetes,
i Dropsy. , '
I A TRIAL FREE. willWMfciV B
j To Sail Lalte City Tribune Readers. " B H
i 3SvVMTurrN t iyrar mrs. Sarah Bealy of 1361 West 4th South, gays: "1 have had attacks ? IH
? of backache for two yeurs. For a week at a time I have been almost ft jH
1 name 1 -wild with pain just across the loins. "When a person cannot bend, lift 1
f or turn they are helpless and naturally ardently long" for some means to j
t P O" slvo even the slIffhtesL roller. A friend of mine, who obtained Doan's H
i rrrflTP Kidney Pills at the F. J. Hill Drug Co.'a druff store, told me thoy had 5 lH
a jTATt brought her undoubted beneilt and insisted upon my trying them. Fol- 1 IH
t-JT01"0 tIb071r,frjncow,'K to lowlntr her advice I got a box and took a few doset. They helped. A jH
3 .rTi i toJSSS. wriMirL oi continuation of the treatment for some time, much to my surprise and J
i j nxoriv , consldei-ably more to my gratification, stopped the attack. Should others H
M recui' I now know what to uso to ffct relief. I IH