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2 The Sit Lake Tribtote: stjkday Mok:nxntg, June 5, 1904. jg
I'j Victim of-a
": . Jad Assault
Contracting Carpontor of Sacrnnionto
Is Seriously Injured by
' i ACRAMENTO. Cnl., June i.
" 1 W Henry Wynn, a contracting
) t3 carpenter, has been assaulted
j by a man who struck him
I with a hammer. A carpenter named
I W, J. Evans Is' charged with the crime.
f Evans Is a member of the local Car-
pen tore" union. Ho attempted to per-
! suadc two non-union men employed by
I Contractor Wynn to quit work. Wynn
z told Evans to come around after fwork-
( j Ing hours It he wanted to talk, and
j Evans,. It Js alleged, seized a hammer.
and struck Wynn on the forehead,
i breaking the frontal bone.
I ' Evans was subsequently arrested by
I ' I Detective Naghcl. While the detective
I waa In the' act of placing handcuffs on
him Evans knocked him down and made
1 1 his escape.
The Building Trades Council and the
, ( Carpenters' union of this city assort
J I that Evans Is not a delegate of the Car-
h J pouters' union and did not act on their
j j request or by their authority.
i Evans came to Sacramento from Seat-
J ! tie several months ago.
I; 1 Cattlemen Are
'i I it Guilty
I j Trial of Three Men Accused of Burn-
ing Sheep Camp Results in Thoir
f i Acquittal.
( tt ARAMIE, Wyo., June 4. The
I ( trial of William n. JKeyes,
j Jjy Harry Keyes, Wesley John
' j " son and Frank Carroll, charged
'i with- killing 300 sheep and burn
, Ing the sheep wagons, of Maxwell
, j &. Stevens at Tie Siding, on the night
of April 25 last, has ended In a verdict
( of not guflty.
i 1 The prosecution endeavored to prove
the defendants were among the sixteen
i masked men who raided the sheep
" camp, by the evidence of three herders
who were at the camp and who were
tied. to fence posts by the raiders.
The defense brought forward an alibi
for each man and also witnesses to
i prove good character. The case aroused
- much Interest In this part of the State,
as it Is regarded as a contest between
) sheep and cattlemen. The sheep are
' still In the Tie Siding district.
If Imprisoned in
I ine by Fire
Hf ' , Two Miners Suffocated in Effort
A to Reach Surface Bodies Are
1 I Eecovered.
trw RESCOTT, Ariz., June 4.
0" After forty hours of desper-
ate effort the party of res-
cuers at work- at the Hackberry
R mine in the Big Butte district came to
J j the bodies of two of the Imprisoned
miners; Mason King and Perry Haw-
kins. The men were imprisoned by the
' fire which broke out at the mouth of the
HL; mine last Thursday. Both were dead
1), when found, evidently having been suf-
focated in an effort to reach the surface
after the fire broke out. The body of
, Frank Kearney, one of the rescue party,
who was overcome by gas and fell to
HL the bottom of the shaft Thursday after-
H' ' noon, was also recovered. The fall of
J , 200 feet had evidently killed him ln-
1 ff 3tantly. All three of the victims' were
1 i burled at McCabe today by the Miners'
H-i union, of which all were members.
LAWTON, Okla., June 4. A tornado
demolished part of the little town of
Walters, near here. One man was
killed and twelve injured.
A MAN CAN'T friSS;
P ' oi his winning a race, but a questiou of
bein able only to keep afloat. The man
j who is suffering from malnutrition is like
B ' the fettered swimmer. His stomach and
HL v its allied organs of xtv
B j digestion and nutxi- fcHL
Kti tion are diseased. ? ? "Z-
Hf'f with him of winning ' ayjSNySQ
H ( in the race for busi- SSEE '
H ' ne33 but of oimply "ZaZzSTr
H keeping up i ' n A ir (
K' any circumstances, Z-4cSjT.
Hfj whenever disease jfegs
H' i affects the stomach zgTjj.
H , it 13 affecting also '
HL ' the blood and the y&J
M health of every or- a hl
Hril San f e body. SH
K s or blood is only q
H t food converted into ffij&r
B ! I j nutrition and nutri- $$3k i
H!,! tion is the life of lfiBP- 0
V ri the body and every - .Tuj
' organ of it. Iw&tr
Doctor Pierce's wS0
Hj ij Golden Medical
r Discovery cures diseases of the stomach
H , and other organs of digestion and nutri;
HL lion. It punfies the blood and enables
Hlf! ' tuc perfect nutrition of the body which
Hi ' means perfect health.
M "For six loofj years I auCTcred Trith Indlces-
HL' (ion onJ ray liver aild Sidneys, which baffled Ihe
p. best doctors in our country," writes E. L. Knn-
rf '' sell. Eq., of Wooleey Prince William Co., Va.
Hl,1 ) "I suffered with my tumiich and back for a lonir
LfV ' time, and after tokinff a 'cart-load' of medicine
H r from three doctors I prevr so bad I could hardly
H do a day's irdrt. Would have death-like pains
l ' in the side, and blind npclls. I began taking
9 , Sr. Fiercc's Golden Medical DUcovery and
H I , 'rieasant Fellets.' Before I had taken half of
l I the second bottle I btpan to feel relieved. I got
k six more bottles nnd used them, and am happy
v it to say I owe my life to Dr. Fierce,"
H Accept no substitute for " Golden Med-
I ' 1 ical Discovery." There is nothing "just
r as good" for di6easc3 of the stomach,
H i blood and lung9.
j The Common Sense Medical Adviser,
H icoS large pages, in paper covers, is sent
H I free on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to
H pay expense of mailing only. Address
, XKUY. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y, - 1
CASTLE GOULD AND ITS OWNERS.
The new Castle Gould which la to be built by Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gould
at Sand Point, L,. I.. i to be modeled after the Kilkenny castle in the south
of Ireland, a picture of which is shown above. Disagreement over the plana
of the Castle Gould between Mrs. Gould, who was Katherlno Clemmens, an
actress, and Architect Abner Hnydcl. has resulted in a oult for 530,000 against
Special to The Tribune,
PARK CITY, Juno i. The regular
mooting of the Woman's Athenaeum
was held at tho homo of Mrs.
Charles Heath on Monday after
noon and tho following programme was
rendered: "The Antwerp School of Art"
was tho subject of Miss Kate Malono's
paper. Current ovonts wero given by
Mrs. A. R. Wcotcr, and the loason review
by Mrs. Charles Shields. Tho last moot
ing of tho club will bo held at the homo
of Mrs. A. R. Wccter tomorrow afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heath wcro host
and hostess at a charmingly arranged
ouchro party Friday evening. The pleas
ant roomH wero prottlly decorated wltn
cut flowors and smilax. Dainty rofresh-rai-nts
were served and a delightful time
had by the guests, who wero- Messrs. and
Mesdamcs F. A. Bird. A. R. Wcotcr, A.
A. PIko. W. L. MIddour. R. D. Robblns,
F. Smith. S- Fargo. J. W. Gclgcr. J.
Thomson. G. W. Gulliver. C. A. Blochcr,
L. B. Wight, M. D. Hurlbut, C. B. Mar
shall, J. Dlom. F. W. Shcrmnn. P. II.
Towev. L. e. Hubbard, A. Williams, J.
W. While. C. F. Golst, J. L. Favour. J.
Frankol. E. J. Beggs. J. M. Lockhart, W.
J. Buck, F. A. McCarty. W. D. Sutton,
Charles Shlolds. Drs. R. E. Wight, E. P.
LsCompte, a M. Wilson.
Tho concert given at Maple "hall
Wednesday evening by the Coegrovo or
chestra was a decided success from be
ginning to end. Following is tho pro
gramme as rendered:
Overture, "Morning, Noon and Night
Violin Solo Miss Carrie L. Torgenson
Coniot Solo Slgnor Robert Zlerko
Selection from "Mr. Pickwick"
Soprano Solo Miss Anna Adams
Mandolin Solo Mr. Harry Woods
Overture, "Zampa" Orchestra
Trombone Solo Mr. William HawklnH
Xylophone Solo Mr. Harry Woods
Duet, Cornet and Trombone, "II
..Robert Zlcrkc and William Hawkins.
Violin Solo Miss Carrlo I. Torgonson
Soprano Solo Miss Anna Adams
Miss Isabell Grant entertained a small
company of friends informally at tho
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Buck Tues
day evening. Music, games, cards and
a dainty luncheon wore features of tho
pleasant event. The guests were tho
Misses Mae Balllcc, Mabel Hughes, Mary
Shields. Vlctorlno May. Louise Colbum,
Karrv Malonc. W. J. Buck, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Buck.
Mrs. F. A. McCarty gavo an informal
candy pull at her pleasant homo Wednes
day evening- Her ggesta were Miss Nell
Goodrich, Miss Laura Townsend. Miss
Florcnco Hurlbut, Messrs. James H.
Hance. W. D. Sutton, C A. Blochcr, F.
A. McCarty. m
Dr. Mabel Hughes gave a Dutch supper
Wednesday evening In honor of the recent
graduates of the Keogh-Wrlr-iU hospital,
who served there during her administra
tion. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith entertained
a small company of friends delightfully
Sunday evening at a Dutch supper. Pur
ple flags were used for tho table decora
tions, around which wero seated Mr, and
Mrs. J. Frankol, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
MIddour, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heath and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shields.
Miss Mae Williams entertained the S. U.
N. members informally Monday evening,
and on Thursday evening Miss Allco Hor
klns entertained the same company. Thoso
of the party were Miss Lcola Schrack,
Miss Margaret Brundagc, Miss Claire Ste
venson. Miss Williams and Miss Horklns.
Mrs. F, W. Sherman, Miss Mercy Ed
wards, MIsb Llr.zlo Stanton. Miss Jennie
Sherman, Miss Frances Shorman and
Master Ira Sherman spent Monday at tho
Daly West mine.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wecter ontertalncd
at dinner informally Monday evening.
Dr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Richardson of
La Grande, Or., havo issued InvltatlonH to
the marriage of their nlstor, Florcnco
Louise Bates, and Mr. Gilbert Ferguson
Boreman of Park City, on Wednesday
evening. June ID, at C o'clock. Mr. and
Mrs. Boreman will be at horno to their
many Park City friendn after AugUBt 1.
Mr. and Mrs. John Welsh entertained
at dinner Informally Thursday In honor
of Mr. and Mrn. Charles CoPlon and fam
ily, who left the noxt day for New York
State to reside.
W. Howard Clapp, foreman of the Daly
West mill, was married to a prominent
Minnesota girl Wednesday evening, Juno
1. Thoy will bo at home to their many
friends at tho Barton home on Park ave
nue and Third street.
The officers of tho Woman's Athenaeum
met nt tho home of Mrs. L. E. Hubbard
Thursday ovening, to arrange for tho
meeting at Mrs, Wcctcr'a homo tomorrow.
The pat matrons' clrclo of the O. E, S.
will bo entertained at tho homo of Mrn.
J. C. Perry Thursday afternoon, Juno 0.
at 3 0 clock.
The ladles who are to assist at the din
ner to be given the G. A. R. members
on June 21 are requested to meet at tho
homc of Mrs. M. D, Hurlbut on Saturday
afternoon, June 11, at 3 o'clock.
l Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Allen ot Sydney,
Australia, wero guests of honor at a din
ner given by Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Allen
on Thursday. Pink and white carnations
wero used In tho decorations. Besides tho
guests of honor there were present Mr.
and Mrs. Chorion Vercoe, Mr. and Mrs.
William Kneal. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Kemp, Miss Olive Allen. Ml5a Mnbel
Kemp. Miss Lillian Kncale and W. J.
Mrs. L. D. Gray dopartcd for northern
Now York Wodncsday morning, to romaln
all summer visiting with relatives.
Miss Agnes Towey, ono of tho Park's
popular school ma'ams, has gone to Min
nesota to visit with her parents.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Dcrn and son Ira
went down to the city Sunday and re
mained until Tueaduy.
Miss Mercy Edwards, who spent several
days In tho Park as the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Sherman, has gone to Berke
Misses Katherlno Cunningham and
Frieda Funk. U. of U. students, aro hero
for tho summer months; also Carl Stoven
son, Wlllard McClellan. Goorgo Bates,
Will Sutton and Eurl Glado, who havo
been attending tho B. Y. U. of Provo.
Miss Sadie Rnsband Is home from Salt
Lake, where she has been attending
Miss Lizzie Stanton of Anaconda, Mont..
arrived In tho Park and will spend tho
summer with Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Sher
man. a I
Mrs. F. A. McCarty and daughter. J"
sephlne. and Miss Nclllo Goodrich depart
for Minneapolis, Minn., noxt Tuesday
Tho former will spond the summer with
relatives, while Miss Goodrich expects to
remain Indetlnltcly at her old home in
Carey Street of Murray visited with Mr.
and Mrs.. F. J. McLaughlin Wednesday
Mlfs VIctorlho May of Salt Lake is tho
guest of Miss Mary Shlolds.
Miss Colburn of tho Keogh-Wrlght hos
pital Is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. H.
Mrs. W. E. Blake of Salt Lake spent
Tuesdny In the Park, the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. F. J. McLaughlin.
Mrs. W. C. Wallace and daughter. Ed
na, spent Monday and Tuesday with her
sister, Mrs. F. A. Bird.
Mrs. Joseph Chartrand and two children
returned to Salt Lake Tuesday after a de
lightful visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Miss Hattlc Jurgenson spent Decoration
day In tho Park.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. White went down
to tho city Wednesday, and whllo thero
will tc tho guests of Mrs. E. Merrill,
Mrs. John Lo Favour will be tho guest
of Mr. and Mrk. P. McPhcrson of Salt
Luke for ten days.
Mrs. E. P. Lc Compte went down to tho
city Wednesday to visit with rolatlves and
to attend the commencement exercises at
Dr. Mabel Hughes of Salt Lake is tho
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Miss Elizabeth Lannlng and MIeu Lil
lian Lanyon have gpno Ea3t to spend tho
Mr. and Mrs. John Trega are ontortaln
lng their brother Frank of Salt Lake.
Mrs. W. D. Sutton Is visiting with rela
tives at Springvlllo.
Miss Eva Lambert departed for Ameri
can Fork Wednesday, to remain for some
timo wrth relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Raddon and daugh
ter, Miriam, returned from tho East Sun
Miss Myrtle Weber of Salt Lako spent
Decoration day in tho Park with rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs. William Reich will tako
the McCarty home for the summer months.
B. M. Sperry went down to the city
Thursday to visit with his wlfo and fam
ily. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Patterson havo re
turned from Kansas City, Mo.
Mrs. C. F. Golst and Mies Estella All
good returned from tho metropolis Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Condon and two
children havo gone to New York Stato to
The Alumni society met at the home of
Prof, and Mrs. C. A. Blochcr Saturday
Tho Mioses Gona and Edna Therlot aro
visiting with relatives at Tooelo.
Miss Hopo Pickle of Salt Lake came up
to Park Wednesday to visit with her
Miss Ruby Snydor, who has been tho
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Evans for soma
weeks, returned to her homo In Tooelo on
Wednesday, ,Glovor Evans accompanlod
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. J. McLaughlin arid
daughters Gertrude and Tessle leavn for
Chattanooga, Tenn,, next Wcdnijjdi-, Mr,
and Mrs. McLaughlin go as representa
tives of the A. O. V . W. lodge. Boforo
their return homo thy "Will visit the St.
Louis Fair, Chicago, Now York and Don
ver. Mrs. Hannah Papo nnd two sons camo
out from Zlon Thursday evening.
Miss Ruby McBrldo has gone to tho
city to visit with relatives.
Mrs. E. J. Bcggs, who was called lo
Coalville by tho norlous Illness of Mr,
Beggs, returned homo Tuesday. The
many friends of Mr. Beggs will bo pleased
to learn that he has fully recovered from
Mrs. Violet Tecblcs of Draper, Utah, Is
the guest of Dr. J. W. Bardsly and sister,
Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Wright and Mr. and
Mrs. L. B. Wright drove down to tho mo
tropollB tho pnst week and returned over
tho Denver & Rio Grando.
Mlsp Ambor Bardsby, who has been vis
iting with Park relatives for some days,
departed for Salt Lako Friday to Join a
party of friends to "visit tho St. Louis
Mr. and Mrs. William Staloy and family
went to Coalville to visit with relatives
Mrs. R. D. Robblns Is visiting with Og
NEW YORK, June 1. There is a strong
probability, according to Charles Dwycr,
ono of his owners, that Afrikander will bo
started in the 550,000 World's Fair Handi
cap at St. Louis.
PARIS, Juno I. Mrs. Polk, mother of
tho Baroness do Chnrotte, Is dead at
Cannes. She was a descendant of William
Penn, founder of Pennsylvania, und A.
Polk, who fouffhtin the Southern army In
tho war of secession.
VANCOUVER. B. C June l-Charles
Carbonneau nnd Jcromo Chute, both of
Dawson, and Alfred Wills of Toronto, arc
plaintiffs In a big suit entered at Toronto
today agnlnst tho Canadian Bank of Com
merco over properties of tho Gold Run
Mining company of Yukon and London.
TOLEDO. O., Juno . Ten thousand
pcoplo welcomed tho old Liberty bell,
which arrived at 9:15 tonight. Tho tram
departed at 10:55 for Chicago.
HOUSTON. Tex., June Cars were
run today on most of tho lines and there
was no trouble of any sort. The company
had half a dozen men on each car armed
with clubs, but tho strikers mado no
HONOLULU, Juno 4. Tho United
States transports Buford and Logan ar
rived hero today from Manila.
HONOLULU. June . Tho flagship Now
York, the cruiser Marblehoad. tho gun
boats Bennington and Concord and tho
collier Nero of the United States onuad
ron. under command of Admiral Glass
sailed today on a crulso to the Aleutian
Islands. Tho cruiser Albany will sail on
Tuday for tho Bremerton (Wash.) navy
NEW YORK, Juno I. Imports of spcclo
at Now York during the week (tlvo dayn)
wero ?1D,D02 goUl and J23.GI7 silver.
NEWCHWANG, Juno A. Tho brigands
In this vicinity aro bceomtng bolder, aftor
receiving 1000 Manllchcr rltics. Thoir re
newed activity Is causing a discussion
among tho foreign residents on tho neces
sity for gunboats as a protection for their
lives nnd property.
I For over 50 years the I
Bitters has been without an
equal for restoring the
stomach to" its normal con-1
dition, strengthening the!
I Kidneys or to cure Heart- I
burn, Nausea, Indiges-I
B tion, Dyspepsia, Belch-I
I ing or Malaria, Fever I
and Ague. " All sickly
men and women should j
try it at once. It never fails. I
1W TWO BEAUTIFUL WOM ESCAPED np H
BREAD CATARRH BY USE OF PW-Nlf
Catarrh Robs Women of Health and Beauty. Pe-ru-nq-Hakes
Women Healthy and Beautiful. m
Mlas Lydla Hcrzlger, Grand Recorder j
Tof American Daughters of Indepond-1
-fence, writes from Neenah, Wis., as fol J
4- "I havo used Peruna now for four-
years, e-ach spring and fall, and it
keeps me perfectly well and strong.
41 am able to continue working1 and-
I do not have to take a three months'
Jrest, as I used to do every year. Thisi
f ia a great comfort to me, as I was"1
not able to afford such a long rest. 1
4-find that it is a great preventive fori
colds and coughs and soon rids tho
systom of all disease and is an nd-,
-fmirablo modicino. I can honostly in--1
Idorso it." Miss Lydia Herziger.
Thousands of "Womon Cured by Pe- 1
rn-nn of Annoying Catarrh,
Dr. Hartman has probably done more
than any other physician toward popu
larizing a moans of escape from tho
facial deformities', such an watery eyes,
twisted nose, offensive breath, dry
cracked lips, due to tho ravaging effects
He has made chronic catarrh a life
long study. His remedy, popularly
known as Peruna, Is the most famous
remedy for catarrh In existence.
Probably there Is not a mon or wo
; man. boy or girl, within the bound.i of
the United States that has not heard of
Peruna. By far the largest majority
have used Peruna.
Tho multltudo of people that have
, ; -;T.h HIIHIHIH rfH-4-H millt g
V V;:V',. (IrtAt Miss Ellon Crawley, 2-11 S. Madlaon Avenue, l J '1
v --Grange, 111., writes: , )M
'V'i '.X ' l "For years I havo been a sufferer with catartM B
i v5vV,r! 1 of tho throat and larynx. I got hoarse on the! '
, ; ,v V, .;VA I i - slirhtcst provocation, and ray voice became weak and!
m I! " tired very easily. I could not talk tot any longM M
IBM '. ' :JI Tof time, and it was very annoying. I was vtsJ
IV ' 'i ;" W tmuch discouragod, as nothing seemed to help
W I " until a frlond porsuaded mo to give Peruna a trialj Eg
- " ; 1 "1 did not luivo much confidence in it, a,s everything 1
" . , : " oiso had failed me, but I tried it just to pleaso mj I
V :vl:U t friend. My delight, therefore, may be imaging
r' ;'.V ' when I began to improvo at once, and I have kept! 1
;?Mv-'.Vs.. on improving until my voice, is strong, and I ft
V.Ju' --novor hoarse now. Peruna has done a great doajl 1'
:4,V.V; f for me." MIds Ellen Crawley. j I
been cured of chronic catarrh by using
Peruna can never be known.
Many a girl has regained her faded
beauty, many a matron has lengthened
the days of her comely appearance by
Poruna produces clean mucous mem
branes, the basis of facial symmetry
and a perfect complexion.
The women have not been slow to dis
cover that a course of Peruna will do
more toward restoring youthful beauty
than all the devices known to science,
While it Is true that Peruna cures ca
tarrh wherover located, yet It Is advis
able for even ono to use Peruna ns a
preventive and not wait until atirA
has fastened itself in some part of lit
Peruna, acts quickly and benefichllj
on the Inflamed mucous membriiH
lining the different organs of the bojy.
Thus It will cure catarrh whertTir
If you do not receive prompt tai ,
satisfactory results from the use el
Peruna, write at once to Dr Hartmxa,
giving a full statement of your caw isi
he will bo pleased to give you his valu
able advice gratis.
Address Dr. Hartman, Presldsct e(
The Hortmaro Sanitarium, Columbus, 0.
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