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. 16 , TBOBj SAIT XtAKE TBTSTOTB: SUNDAY MOKNXN-G. JUNE 5, 1904.
I i f HAPPENINGS OF A DAY IN UTAH. 1
1 OQDEN I
l(j jj TBTBTJNE BRANCH OFFICE, g
II I CLOSING PROGRAMME FOR
I DEAF AND BLIND SCHOOL
I Special to The Tribune,
i I 0OD12N, Utah, Juno -J. Tho closing ex
1 j j crclsos at the School for the .Deaf and
IL' 1 j "Blind will bogdn noxt Tuesday morning at
U 1Q o'clock sharp. The exercises will be
II I given in tho chapel, where a literary and J
I N musical programme will bo rendered,
1 ' t ohowln? up tho class work throunh the
I t ! various stages of tho ten-year courso
P j lk k'lvon tlioro.
1 Demonstrations in language find speech
I M work will be jrlvon in tho first threo
Uf j grades, includlnn the class which will rep
t ' ( resent tho Utah school for tho Deaf in
ti i the "Model school" at St. Louis dtirlnK
1? August and September. In tho uppor
I? ( grades the class work will bo conducted
,1 by means of speech and Hp reading, signs,
h i tho manual alphabet and writing tho four
W " most common means of communication
I used in tho school. At tho closo of theso
J i exorcises tho visitors will bo shown to
I ( the educational and industrial exhibit in
I 'f the dlnlnc-room.
Ill " '.At about 11. '30 or 12 o'clock Mrs. Ross
I J will give on entertainment In tho gymuo
it ' nlum Jastlmr about thirty minutes.
1J ,1 At 2;30 tho annual field sports will bo
It A representative "souvenir programme"
I J will bo given tho visitors as long as they
i , last,
i J Following Is tho programme:
'Prayer Hon. P. YV. Chambers
I Violin solo Thoma3 Blddulph
B Speech Demonstration
'. , Miss Krauso and Class
' Piano solo ,..L,ulu McDonald
I Recitation, "The Wind" Pearl West
' Vocal solo Fitzgerald Jsobokcr
, ! Ltinguago Demonstration
J Miss Eddy and Clans
I ' I " Piano solo Janlo McClellan
t Recitation Itulon Thompson
i' Recitation Loulo Sovy
1 FW'ritlng and Reading of Bralllo
i I ! Two Blind Pupils
, T "Nearer, My God. to Thee" (In 6lgns)...
...Lizzie. Magglo and Mary
r 'i History Seventh Grado Pupils
V Civics Ninth Grado Pupils
f Violin quartet
I Murray Alien, Fitagerald Nobokcr. James
HigginsoTi, Thomas Blddulph. 1
. . .
The funeral of Catherine Rolapp will be
held from tho Fifth "Ward mectlng-houso
, Wednesday at 2 o'clock.
I Lieut. Clark was in town from Fort 1
Douglas today lo arrange for another ball
, game between tho fort team nnd Ogdcn. 1
The gamo will be played in Ogdcn Juno 12.
1 Ogclen Society.
I I Mrs- A. P. Illbbs wns the charming
l , i hostess at a pretty euchre party given
I at her home on Twonty-llfth street "Vcd-
I , 1 ncsday afternoon. ,Mrs. F. J. Cannon was
I , t he winner of tho Jlrst prize. The consola-
lv tlpn prize was awarded to Mrs, C. M. An-
) ilrows. After the euchro games luncheon
U was served. Mrs. Hlbbs' gueets were:
, Mesdames Andrews, McMillan, McCor-
Y inlck. Runyon, "Walter Marx of St. Louis,
I Arthur Kuhn, Cannon, Becker, Fltzgcr-
, aid, Uong, Nye, Sholburn. F. J. Lewis.
Spencer, Scott, "Wedcll. Hardman, Pat-
H tpn, Reynolds, Barton, McCabo of Wnsh-
y , Ington. D. C, Rowc. Burt, Lynch and
. Miss Uapgood of California.
I I .Mrs. R. P. Hunter entertained the mem-
' i hers of tho Historical last Saturday aftcr-
f noon. Mrs. Condon was admitted as an
t I active member and the election of ofll-
'j i'ra resulted as follows: President, Mrs.
AJnolla Bedford: vice-president. Miss Al-
? l$o Rlchey; treasurer. Miss Emily Booth;
I . critic, Miss Sara Whalcn; historian. Mrs.
M . Jennie Putnam: secretary, Mrs. Emma
V Jt,lrp' Gcrtrudo Carr.gavc a reception
1 hursday afternoon at her homo on Twenty-fourth
street compllmentarv to Mrs.
' l'annlo Rankin, who will leave for lo.-i
Angeles, where she will make her future
'( , .
The annual commencement exorcises of
tho TScbcr county, schools were held to
day at the Ogden Tabernacle. Ninety-six
4 i?0 and S,rla recoived their diplomas
$ , from County Superintendent "Wilson, Tho
' v programme follows:
' J Salutatory. Ernest R. McKav. Hunts-
(' vllle: reclUtlon, Cora Carver, Plain City
f recitation, Nellie Barker, Randall; piano
solo. LUa Bramwcll, Plain City: recitation.
lh ' he?,,cr perry, Pcrr-; recitation. Hazel
1J fcrickson, Farr "West; tombourlno drill.
a pupils of Roy; recitation, "Threo Days in
, the Life of Christonher Cnlnmhna im
II, ' , mlna IcFarland, Huntsvillc; essay, May
ardell Slaten-lllc: quarlctto, Pearl
Bramwcll and othcra, Plain City; reclta
r tlon, Lavlna Rlrhj, I-lcn; vnledlctorv
ii' 1 S?lTei?Si B,.,la Sonh, Osdon; presentation
Jf ,1 C wrtincates. Superintendent "W. B. Wil
li 'I ?on- addrcBS to graduates, Sute Superlri-
i I indent A C. Nelson; closing chorus,
if j Pleasant View school.
Judge Maginnis and R. s. Farnsworth
have brought suit against tho Southern
P.acillc In behalf of Thomas Wylle for tho
, 1 p"111 C WMtO. Wylle alleges that he was
f I Injured at Montello, Ne, through the
i negllgenco of the defendant.
h " 7hcre- ?vl1,1 a eame of basetall at
jtf ,1 Olenwood Held tomorrow afternoon be-
1 J ' lh Utah-Wyomlns; league. Shurtllff will
1 City Sden and Crawford for Park
llarrlmau vs. Gould will bo the war cry
I 1 f"1,3- new baucball team organized hero
??d,ny- Thfi,teim w,n bc known as the
fl . Lnion Pacific Southern Pacific and Ore-
.1 1 eon Short Line Consolidated Baseball
4 cilub and will be composed of tho bost
rj ball-tossers of the threo roads. General
i freight Agent W H. Chcvers is president:
' tof Clerk Thomas Fleshncr. vlce-prcsl-
h , dent; General Managor F. E. Nichols
lF treasurer; Archie Pitt, secretary, and the
h directors are A. C. Emerson. Fred Packer,
"it i. ,J- McGaw, Gcorgo B. Roberts
jh J 7.lli11r,efl N" Ousted and James Brown. The
h ?. camalns will be Ed. Burdlck ami
1 jxrinur KOson.
Ik 1 1 ;The new team has already received
h' , rhallengen from tho employees of the
U nW "'cclianlc'jj-office and from tho
'fl I Rfo Grande team, but tho latter has been
j accepted and the gamo will com.j off on
Vnsjinsn St,lIiU' WednC8,,nv even-
i ,HInan,S,,annori or Sa"- ake cama
rn fo y'don today and arrcHted Louis Cohen
'tle charge of embozzlernent. Cohen Is
accused of robbing the NebroKka Furnl
luro company of W. Shannon returned
, , l" Salt Lake with his prisoner. ULUrncu
aiAVaitc.r nottcr was arrested by Officer
Sleeth today on tho charge of larcenv
' ; ancwlll be held for tho Brlgham Cltyof:
ft j' Tho nro department was called to tho
f - , residence of R II. Carter, Monroo
j 1 1 ayenue. today, by a small blaze, .
i ' Charles Barton and wife leave tomorrow
tor Portland and tho Northwest T on
plcaauro trip. 7 tt
1 DR. C. W. HIGGINS,
Bl 1 , I Thirty' Years iu Salt Lake City, the
Ti 01d Reliable Specialist,
t as returned from his California and
1 ( 1 Oregon U'ip, and is at Ills office, from
. i J, a- m- to 4 p. m., rooms 17, 'IS, 19 at.
1 Elmo hotol. 7 to B p. rru
$9,186,828 THE ASSESSED
VALUE OF UTAH COUNTY
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO, Utah, June 4. Tho following is
the aenosscd valuation of tho proporty of
Utah county: Mining property, ?2S,S75; city
lots, fl,S,170; real estate, J2,023,S20: Im
provements, $2,3SS,9I0; horses (6213), J195,
100; catUo (1S.1CG), ?325,530; shocp (83,035),
flSS.SSO; swlno (CJ;), J33S0, boos OOSC), $2170;
merchandise. JG77.SC0; machinery, J53S.7I0;
money, 579J0; eolvont credit, $230,123; per
sonal proporty, J22C.700; total valuo of per
sonal property, J2,3o7,rC3. Total valuo of
all assessed, $0,1SG,S2S, lncrcaso of flTS.X.'S
Miss Vllatc Elliott has roturned homo
I from Great Britain, whoro aho has been
doing missionary work for tho Church of
JesiiB Christ of Latter-day Salnt3. Her
work as a missionary has extonded over
a period of twenty-llvo months. Miss El
liott will resume hor duties as a teacher
in tho public schools of this city.
Tho Ph. Zang Browing company la u
Ing tho Castllla Resort and Improvement
company for J113.K, with Interest from
January 1, IDOL Tho action Is brought lo
collect on mcrchandleo plaintiff cold de
fendant. Delilah Minor petitions for letters of
administration in tho estate of D. C.
Minor, deceased. The property 13 located
In SprlngvlIIo, valued at J-1500. Mrs. Minor
and eight children oro named as heirs.
Set for June IS.
In the caUilo of John Reese, deceased,
mo ncarmg in petition lot letters of ad
ministration was set for Juno IL
Estato of D. D. Evans, deceasod, final
account and petition for distribution was
set for Juno IS.
Tho caso of Utah county vs. Thomas
Boardman is sot for hearing June 15.
In the caso of E. S. Lund vs. J. Y. Smith,
In which plnintln sued to collect ?0 on
architectural work, Judgment In favor of
defendant was granted nnd exceptions to
ruling taken by plaintiff.
Frank G. Khobar, aged 25. and Floronco
Robenson, aged is, of American Fork,
took out a marrlago license,
John W. Clinger of Lakeview will noon
remove to Idaho, where ho will make his
Tt Is reported that St. V. La Slciir of
this city was arrested in St. Loula on
Wednesday. It Is charged that ho sold
stock In an opal mlno in Utah. Ills bond
was fixed at $200.
Mr. F. Wheeler of Maploton Is In this
city. Ho Bays that tho hall storm that
passod over Maploton nnd vicinity did
much damage. Tho boot crop especially
suffered, the hall cutting tho loaves to
pieces and beating the plant to the ground.
A convention of all tho bishops, ward
clerks and recorders of the different or
ganizations of tho Utah stake hoa boon
called for Juno 12. Andrew Jensen of Salt
Lako and possibly President Lund will bo
present- Tho object Is to axrance for tho
better keeping of tho records.
' SANPETE COUNTY FLOCKS
INCREASE 90 PER CENT
Special to The Tribune.
MT. PLEASANT, "Utah, June .-Raln
fell all day, and tho benefit it did to vege
tation and crops cannot bo estimated.
The Iamb crop has passed tho danger
point and tho increaso to tho herds will
Ikj tho largest known for years. Many
efltlmate It at SO to 1W per cent.
Ferdinand Erlclcsen will no doubt bo
tho choico of his party for District Judge
and J. W. Cherry District Attorney. John
N. Erlcksen probably will bo a candidate
for County. Recorder.
Tho Democrats held a caucus last even
ing and selected tho following delegates:
State convention L. P. Nelson. Ferd
Erlcksen, Georgo Chrlstenscn. J. W. Cher
ry and John N. Erlckscn. Alternates P.
A. Larson. A. J. Peterson, William Han
sen. W. W. Woodrlng and Mrs. May Pat
terson. Judicial convention L, p. Nelson
Gcorgo Chrlstensen. J. W. Cherry, J N
Erlckson and Mrs. May Patterson. Aiter-1
nates P. A. Larson. F. Erlckson. A, J
Pctorson, William Hansen and W W
Tho delegates to tho State convention
were instructed to support Ferd Erlckscn
nn a dclegnt to tho national convention
at St. Louis.
Special to The Tribune.
BRIGHAM. Utah, June 4 An en
thusiastic and well attended Democratic
county convention was in session at
the county courthouse today. County
unainnan j. d. Call called the conven
tion to order. Wynn L. Eddy was
chosen chairman and Mrs. Martin Lee
secretary. The convention named the
following eighteen delegates for the
State Democratic convention: J, D Call
George R. Cha.se, Peter J. Koford'
Wynn L. Eddy. Mrs. Mnrtin Lee'
Norman Lee, Joseph F. Hansen, John
E Balrd. Miss Hattie Wright. Brlgham
City; M. M. Jensen, Mantua.; R e
Davlw. Willard; A- II. Gleason. Garland"
W. W. Lashi, Callo Fort; A. Nelson'
Boar River City; T. F. Cooms, Field
ing; C. W. Lawrence, Corinne; S. N
Cook, Willard; J. S. Holton, Perry.
Miss E. La Von Pelrco leaves Tues
day next for an Eastern trip, also to
visit the World's fair at St. Louis
GREAT BALL GAME.
Eureka vs. O. S. Jj. of Salt Lake
Excursion to Eureka via
Salt Lake Eouto,
SUNDAY, JUNE, 5.
Fare only 52,00 round trip. Train
leaves Salt Lake at 8 a. m, returning
leaves Eureka at 6:30 p. m.
! FIRST IDAHO EXCURSION
Via Oregon Short Line,
Saturday, June 11. One fare for round
trip to principal northern Utah and
Idaho points. See agents for full par
ticulars regarding limits, etc. City
ticket office. 201 Main street. Salt Lake
! CASTILLA SPRING AND RE
Via D. & B. G., Sunday, Juno 3.
nrJc lar ak! 8 m turning
arrive Salt Lake 6 p. m.
Special train leaves Salt Lake 9 a. m.
, Rotunungr, leaves CcaUlla 9 p. m.
I PARK CITY
I TRIBUNE BUBEATT. I
434 N. Main Street Telephone 76. S
SUIT LOST BY PLAINTIFF
Special to Tho Tribune.
PARK CITY, Utah, June In tho caso
of Mario Nelson vs. Dr. R. E. Wight,
which has bcon on trial since Tuesday
morning beforo Judgo C. W. Morso at
Coalville, tho Jury returned a verdict of
"no causo of action" Friday afternoon.
This case was tho hardest-fought caso be
foro tho court at thin torm.
Tho plaintiff alleged that cho had sus
tained damages In the sura of ?52 by rea
son of raalpractlco on tho part of tho do
fendant In extracting a wisdom tooth
about two years ago at Park City. Ex
pert tostlmony was introduced on thn part
of tho defendant to provo that the opera
tion was properly performed, and tho Jury
HUKtalned his contention. King, Burton &
King und Hurd & Wedgwood appeared for
tho plaintiff, whllo tho defendant wns rop
rcsonted by Snyder & Wight of Park CItv.
In tho caso of Wolsh, Drlncoll & Buo"k
vs. tho Mlnola Mining company, Judgmont
for 5658.06 was rendered In favor of tho
plaintiff for goods, wares and merchandise
furnished tho dofendanu
Victor Nordbcrg wns appointed admln
elrator of tho ostnto of Hcrmon Nord-
oorg, wno was killed In tho Anchor shaft
about a year ago.
Tho Park City Miner made Its first ap
pearance laflt evening under tho new man
agement of King & Day. Thoy havo
leased tho plant from N. B. Dresser.
The ball gamo between Mcrcur and
Park City will tako place at Lagoon on
Juno 15, instead of at Park City.
Francos RlehardBon, who underwent an
cporatlon for an abscen of tho oar, Is
now up and around. TIiIf popular llttlo
lady has a largo number of friends who
are glad of her recovery.
a a m
Mary Bloomgrccn, who has been so seri
ously 111 from pneumonia for moro than
two weeks, died last night. Her brother
nt Ogdcn has boon notified, and until his
arrival no arrangements for the funeral
will bo made.
Tho death of Supremo Master Workman
Miller, who died In Missouri, Is keenly re
gretted by tho members of the A. O. U
Ten days ago Eddlo Wilson, a small boy
i.vlng In Lmplro canyon, was kicked by
a playmate In the stomach, near tho
region of tho appendix. The accident has
caused the little fellow intonce agony over
sinco, and It Is now feared appendicitis
will set in.
John Forscman received Injuries a week
or so ago which at first wero not consid
ered nt all serious, hut it lion ni
to bo aulio so. In fftlllng from his horse
his head was cut and tho injury sewed
Tho man suffored so. Internally, that ho
consulted doctors, and thev found It ne
cessary to lanco his head In threo places
and considerable nuss was removed. '
Tho Park City ball team leaves for Og
dcn In the morning to meet the Ogdonltes
a a a
The machinery- from tho Lorlng mill hnn
been taken to tho depot, prior to shipping
It to Montana. h
a a a
The case of Stlnson vs. Evann Is on
LIGHTNING KILLS HORSE
AND TEARS BARN AT LEHI
Special to The Tribune.
LETII, Juno (. Lehl was yesterday vis
ited by rain. The storm was accompanied
by an extraordinary electrical display.
Few wero able to sleop. Lightning struck
tho barn of Hyrum Smith and killed a
horso In Its stall. It shattered tho hay
polo and tore off a strip of shingles about
ono foot wide for tho whole length of the
rOOf. but iltil nnt f thn K.i ...
- - i.v. ui ii ii uii inc.
Sovjral trees In other localities were shat
tered, but no'further harm Is reported.
a a a
The District School Alumni association
elected tho following officers: President
Robert J. Evans; vice-president, May
W hippie; secretary-treasurer, Efflc Webb
executive committee. S. W. Ross. Wil
liam Evans. Laura Knudson. Annie Sharo
and John Fox. These officers will meet
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lovc of Eureka are
visiting friends at Lehl Junction.
a a a
Thomas Austin and family, who moved
to P.cxburg. Ida., Inst spring, are 1sltluK
relatives In Lehl. Mr. Ai-stm reports con
ditions in the Snake River vallev In a
nourishing condition. He has Just re
turned from tho Uintah reservation, where
ho has several thousand sheep grazing
His flocks produced an unusual number of
lambs this Bprlng.
Mr?. M. M. Stooky and daughter of
Tooele arc visiting Mrs. Stooky's sons, Dr
W. M. and G. L.
a a a
Islah Huntsman and family of Richfield
are tho latest ccnulsltlons to Lehi's roni
Mrs. M. T. Woodhouso of Idaho Falls
is visiting friends in Lohl. Ho will return
Monday, accompanied by hU daughters
lmma and Mrs. Joseph Cutler. '
a a a
Mrs. Georgo A. Smith of Salt Lake CItT
has been spending tho week In Lehl
Benjamin Powell of Fish Springs ar
rived In town thlH week. Ho rnnn iL
mlno owners In that locality, with tho ex
ception of tho Utah, as simply marklmr
tlmo awaiting the advent of a rullroud
a a a
II. T. Dwyor, superintendent of tho Oir
den Sugar company, and wife have bcon
spending tho week the guests of Chief
Engineer and Mih. M. W. Ingalls.
Mrs. A. D. Rhodos of Garland returned
yesterday after a week's visit In Lohl
She was nccompanloa on her return homo
by her daughter Jullu.
a a '
J. E. Keeto, who has been ocllnt; as
night operator at tho Rio Orundc Westorn
station, ha boen transferred to Cotton
Miss Virginia Bush, instructor in Eng
lish at tho B. Y. college at IoganlR
sending her vacation In Lohl with her
a a a
Tho Lehl and Hobcr baseball teams will
Play a match game at the City park Mon-
a a a
John Cutler and wife spent several days
The uniform success of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy in the relief and cure of bowel
complaints, both in children and adults,
haa brought it into almost universal
use., so that it Is practically without a.
rival, and as everyone who has used
it knows, is without an equal. For
seale by. all leading drugslata.
this week visiting Mr. and Mra. T. R.
Cutler of Salt Lake City.
a a a
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Cutler, Jr., roturned
Wednesday from tho St. Louis Fair.
Whllo East Mr. Cutler visited Phlaldcl
phla to hco about come of the sugar ma
chinery made for the Sugar City fuctory,
of which ho Js tho superintendent.
MANY GRADUATES FROM
BRIGHAM YOUNG COLLEGE
Special to The Tribune.
LOGAN. Juno . Tho flftconth annual
commencement of tha Srigham Young
college waB held yesterday. Tho follow
ing programme was rendored;
March .- Col lego Band
"Tho Lord Has Risen" (arranged from
Billings) College- Choir
President's Report President Llnford
"Rhapsody llungrlouso" Liszt
Miss Lillian Oliver.
"Tho Tragic In Art" E. W. Pchrson
"Tho Northman's Song" F. Kuchcn
Address to Graduates'.
Hon. Josoph Howell
Medley Ovorture Collogo Orchestra
Conferring of Dogrees and Certificates
Vlco-Prcsldcnt W. B. Preston
"Popples" Do Koven
Prof. W. O.' Robinson.
Valedictory Josoph J. Hill
Violin Solo, "Serenade" Kubcllk
C. M. Harris.
"Thlno Is tho Kingdom" (from dra
matic cantuta. "Holy City")
March College Band
Graduates Col lego department, with
degree buchclor of arts and teacher's
diploma, Henry Kemp; with degree
bachelor of arts, Ernest William Pchrson.
High school dopartment, with certifi
cates N'tirmnl rntir.io Amv 'MnMliln lfnn.
nesbeck. Edward James Gibbons. Rosabel
Hull, Edgar Onirics Lindsay, Parley
Erastus Peterson, Edgar Monroo Wright
Academic course Olga Busch, David Wil
liams Ilondcrfion. Business course Jn
peph A. Gcddes, Joseph John Hill, Jr.,
Georgo L. Rceso. Ray Shurtllff, Alma
Stone. William Williams.
Special Ccrtlflcatox Short business
coume Jamcn Campbell, Orson Anthon
Chrl.MtonHon. Jefferson Charles Coffin.
President Llnford's report was Interest
ing nnd detailed tho development nnd
growth of the collogo In tho .various de
partments. Ho spoke of the efficiency of
tho work done, nnd reportod Improve
ments and Increaso In facility for next
Congressman Joseph Howell's addros lo
the graduates was an able, eloquent ef
fort, full of good advlcn for tho young
mind Just going out on tho ocean of llfr.
Tho day closed with the alumni banquet
and ball. Two hundred persons sat down
to a bounteous spread, where the' follow
ing programme was carried out:
Toasts Frank K. Ncbeker. toantmas
ter "Our Alma Mator." Miss Marian
Hendricks; "Tho Shopherds of tho Flock"
J. N. Larson; "Tho Class of 11." Georgo
W. Skldmore; "Our Lady Alumni." Rny
ShurtllfT; "Tho Founder," Miss Gwennlo
Tho following officers wero elected for
rcxt year: George F. Thatcher, president;
Charles Bitter. vlre-prtsldont; Rosabel
Hall, secrotiry; John II. Kemp, treasurer;
F. IC Nobokcr, member on Athletic
board; editing staff. M. J. Ballard, odltor-in-chlef;
Gwonnl Hubbard and Magglo
Jones, assistant editors.
OF ACADEMY OF IDAHO
Special to The Tribune.
POCATELLO. Ida.. June I. The first
annual commencement exercises of the
Academy of Idaho will "begin tomorrow
with the baccalaureate sermon by 'Rev."
H. Van Engedcn. The class day exer-
.ureh oe nuu .Monaay morning- nnd
tho field snorts Monday evening;. Gov.
Morriron will' deliver the address to the
The number of graduates from the
different departments of the academy
are aa follows: College preparatory
course In bookkeeping, six; two-vear
short hand course, eight.
The academy l the State's voungest
educational, institution. Prlncip'al J. W.
FarlH anticipated that the ncademv will
open next fall with an attendance of not
lews than 200, and the Legislature next
winter will be asked to make an appro
priation sufficient to meet the growing
demands of the school.
Start on Year's Journey.
Special to The Tribune.
NAMPA, Ida., June J. C. Burton
Harry- Wood?. John Hawk nnd A.
Rooney started from here on horseback
today for Tljunder Mountnln. Unlike"
other travelerp to that taction, they will
explore the ronntry for miles on each
side on the way up. and being experi
enced mining men. the rctmlt of their
labors will bo watchetW with Interest.
The party will be gone a year.
PR0V0 CANYON AND RETURN
Via D. & Pv. G., Sunday, June 5.
Leave Salt Lake S a. m. Returning
arrive Salty Lake 6 p. m. Provo can
yon In the spring time is the most, en
chanting spot in the lntcr-mountaln
region. An awe-inspiring panorama of
Know-capped peaks, rushing torrents.
roaring waterfalls, e.--green trees and
wild flowfia of even description
RAIN INSURES A GOOD
SECOND CROP AT PAYS0N
Special to Tho Tribune.
PAYSON, ULah, Juno 4. Thlo section
got anothor ono of thoso nlco soaking
rains again yesterday and should lnsuro'
a vory good second crop,
a a 4
Tho Miles family hold a reunion at the
homo of City Councilman C E. Miles this
wook, In honor of Mm. Danna Fitzgerald
of Nebraska, a daughter of Isaac Mllca
of this city All present onjoyed a thor
oughly good time
Mr. and Mrs. B. 11. Pulvor nnd chlldron
wont up to Eureka this morning to pay
a visit to Mra. Pulver's paronts, Coun
cilman and Mrs. E, 11. Frlsby.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. Colvln aro spondlng a
veok at Grcon River. Utah, visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. WImnior. Jr.. at their
ranch. Mr. Colvln will make nn Inspec
tion of some of tho ranches thcro with
tho view of buying one. If .suitable
Mrs. C. C. Dwlght of Parowan Is In
Pnyson vlHltlng her brother, V. W. Page.
After a short visit hero sho will loavo for
Bancroft, Ida., in which vicinity hor hus
band Is putting in some mining machinery
for tho Falrbanks-Morso company. .
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Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis have moved
down from Eureka and will make their
tomo In Paysou for tho summer at least
Charles Cravens la putting in a substan
tial plpo lino system In this city from tho
premises of J. L. Townscnd, Jn the south
central part of tho city, to his homo In
the west part of town, and Is pushing tho
work right along. He Is laying a lino of
two-Inch Iron pipe, and whon completed it
will bo the best line Jn tho city.
nenry Smith yesterday received a
check for J2"i and an order for a round-trip
ticket to tho Si. Ixnil.s fair, nn a reward
for making a good guess at tho number of
persons nttondlng the fair on May H. Ho
ln-!t,K,r "avo 11,0 ticket to the fair or
$i2..X) In cash.
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Tho Dcmocratn met Thursday night and
appointed tho following delegates to at
tend tho State convention In Salt L.iko on
May 9: Mayor J. A. Lovole.su. IIrum
Lemmon. Thomas H. Wilson, Jr, B. E
West and C. S. Sire.
! IN TENTH DISTRICT
Special to The Tribune.
RICHFIELD. June l.-The situation in
the Tenth Senatorial district, comprising
Sevier. Wayne. Piute and Garfield coun
ties. Ii.tb not yet taken definite shape. In
Sevier county James M. Bolltho, who once
represented ids county In the iower hmi 3o
and John Meteor havo been much men
tioned, but nolihor consents to run. Dan
Hansen of Elslnorc announced his candi
dacy a month ago.
,,!m0KIo;!c,f,. or wV"o county has con
fl. teu that ,lls fiends carry his name
Into the convention.
Pluto county seems unable to unlto on a
candidate Willis Johnson of Clrclevllle
tho Incumbent, signifies his willingness tu
make anoibor rsnn
nia!?i ,nI,y other county. Garllold. has tho
District Judgeship and will lay no claim
to the Senatorial nomination.
Matters coming beforo Judgo j. v
Clildestcr at tho last session of tlu- sixth
District court In Richfield were:
Dorlus Bradbury, accused of fornication
ifarr.'Ugned and allowed to plead His
motion to dismiss the caso was owrrulod.
Hannah Peterson vs. A. J. CrosUr. Tho
(ic,fCM',ant te ex-statlon agent of tlip
Rio Crando Western railroad at Sallnu
He was tried on the criminal charge of
li.llmacy with Hannah Peterson, who was
under the age of consent, and in this c-nao
was acquitted. Then Miss Potr-rson
brought damage suit ngalnst him. pray
ing for $10,000. Tho Jurv choon nro A D
Neboker E. P. Bean. John A. Gl.-dhlll.Jr ',
Knufe Johnson. Hobcr Swindle. Gooigo
Hatch. N. C. Jensen and A. P. Rasmus
sen. The defendant was not roprosont.'d
cither In person or by counsel, and a ver
dict for :250o wns returned
COALVILLE CITIZEN DIES
Special to The Tribune.
COALVILLE. Utah, June -I. -George
Randall of Upton, this county, died at his
home yesterday morning, after an Illness
of three weeks. About a month ago ho
contracted a severe cold, whteh developed
into typhoid pneumonia und cholera mor
bus, resulting In his death. He was about
4 years old and leaves a widow and live
children, all girls, the youngest being 5
dajr8' funeral will be held Siin-
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In the caso of E. M. Stlnson vs. James
Lvans. the plaintiff Is suing for 5T00 dam
ages alleged to have been done on his
property by cattlo belonging to tho de
fendant. The caso was not tried by a
Jury. The evidence was concluded this
morning and the arguments will be heard
I In Salt Lake.
The case of Thomas P.osscamp vs. the
California Mining company was con
tinued. Ellen Connor vs. E. V. LeCompte; dis
Welsh. Drlscoll & Buck vs. Mlnola Mi
ning company; Judgment rendered In fa
vor of tho plaintiff In the sum of JTlO.Ti
Elizabeth Williams Edwards ct al. vs
Elizabeth Williams; continued to Julv V
Summit Lumber company vs. Ellon
-Mowhlnnoy ot al.; passed.
Court adjourned until Friduy. Julv S
when the calendar for tho next torm will
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