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jl flext Sunday's
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IFOR WOMEN j
!JUNE 7 MRS. W. C. BAIT-EY LOST
ibox contninlng lady's white dress
lack silk waist. Ret. Trlb. Reward.
SISS .CK WALRUS HAND BAG. BE
f Liberty park and B. So. Temple,
n 5th East hotel and receive reward.
511 SETTER PUP. TEN WEEKS
Reward offered by Dr, R. A, Greene,
rrth State. street, for his return or
Fsmtfon leading to tno same.
SiAY, RAW-BONE PACER; WIRE
trfoot. Return to 17G A St.; reward.
C- TO EXCHANGE.
LL TRADE HOUSE AND LOT IN
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HlESlns, St. Elmo hotel. x705
EEItFLUOUS HATR, HOLES. ETC.,
ved by X-ray3 or electric ncedie. Lula
ks, M. L Constitution bit. 11393
NBDRST AND ACCORDION
w 't. Mrs. Jennona, 47 E. 1st So. mil2
Wt. AT THE HOTELS.
fMji. The Cullen.
jSWivals at thG Cullen hotel yesterday
5G. E. Pope, Boston; J. F. Brad
Mt: Canada; William B. Hughes, Og
S.'iKE. A. Pike. Eureka; James Hutch
ji Arthur WillinRS, Mammoth; George
mi' Bingham, W S. Jensen, Walter
yne, Sunnysldc. Milton Hess, Ogden;
ilM'-Hyna L- Eddy and daughter, Brig
TiJBf'Vr, Ellison and wife, 1005; H. J.
'SBLvy4 Ta Inr; M C Hensloy, Eurc-ZW$fi-
A. Bates, Columbia, O.; AV. R.
UilfIe, C. Lllyedhnl, Provo; C. S. Six
n; Mrs. M. A. Whiting, Red Creek",
ndV'i Sirs. M. C Swartwort, W. I,.
aud wife, G. M. Duryea and wife,
IMrn' Y" H K- Kendall, Pueblo;
liW?8 D- 1)00 Ogden.
Denied a New Trial.
JUTLAND, Or., June 0. In the cor-
court of appeals today Judge Bel
Cdenled the motion of T. A. and
' "Woods for a new trial. Sentence
pronounced next Tuesday. The
Jb were convicted of conspiracy to
tud the Government.
(Happenings of a day in utah?i
OQ DEN I
J TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE,
DEATH OF TRAMP HURT BY
TRAIN WAS ACCIDENTAL
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. June 9. A coroner's jury im
paneled by Judge Howell and consisting
of Rudolph Kuchler, J. G. Read and
James Cassln, this afternoon returned a
verdict to the effect that James Lynch
came to his death accidentally, falling be
neath the cars. Notwithstanding the ver
dict, W. A. Burke and D. G.. Madison tes
tified that they saw the brakeman, Bain,
push Lynch off the car and under the
This ends the case, as tho Sheriff will
not arrest Bain after the verdict of the
Robert Roberts, an old resident of Og
den, died this morning at his home on
South Washington avenue of general de
bility. Tommy Burns, the Chicago middle
weight, anil Jerry McCarthy are boxing
three" rounds at each performance at tho
Lvceum theater. Both men arc among
the beat of their class, and are proving
the principal drawing card of the house.
The fire department was called out this
morning to the residence of John Shin
ney. on Twenty-first street, whore a lire
had started in a coal shed, and communi
cating to the house, caused $500 damage.
Born Mav 25, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred W.
Thackwell of Lo3 Angeles, Cal., a son.
Tho Alumni association of the Ogden
high school will meet at the high school
building at S o'clock tomorrow evening.
Will Paine, on of Joseph Paine, left
today on a mission to the Eastern States.
Nathan J. Harris has announced his
candidacy jfor District Attorney to suc
ceed George Halverson.
A telegram received today from Mrs. T.
IT. Lindsav announces the. death of her
father, Webb Moore, at San Francisco.
Mlko Swan was arraigned before Judge
Howell today on the chargo of burglary.
He was held under ?500 bonds to appear
for examination nt 10 o'clock tomorrow
Maronl Wilcox and F. J. Grif.fin re
ceived today a steam launch, capable of
earning twelve passengers, which they
will place upon the lake In Ogden canyon,
above the dam, tomorrow, to be used as
an excursion boat. It will be manned by
Mayor William Glaamann has formally
announced himself as a candidate for tho
United States Senate. In an editorial in
the Standard, Mayor Glasmann's personal
organ, ho refors to tho Senatorial fight,
and savs that the Salt Lake politicians
are somewhat disturbed over the rumor
ihat he was to enter tho race, and alleges,
that propositions have already been made
to give Ogden two offices on the State
ticket, providing tho Weber county dele
gation would pledge Itself to support a
Salt Lako man for the Senate. This
would bo a bad bargain, ho says, as We
ber county is entitled to ono.of the Con
gressional delegation, and continues: "The
Standard editor offers himself as a candi
date, subject to the aproval of the Re
publican party of Weber county. If the
Republican party does not approvo of our
candidacy we will cheerfully step aside
and support some other man. Wo make
this announcement thus early In tho cam
paign as some of our frlonds advise us
that money Is offered for pledges to sup
port a Salt Lake man for United States
Senator. Wo shall make no effort to buy
our way to the Senate for two reasons:
First, wo lack the means to do It, and.
second, we don't believe In the use of
money in election affairs."
FARR0ERS HEAR SPEECHES 1
ON IRRIGATION TOPICS
Special to Tho Tribune.
PAYSON. June 9. Between 230 and 300
farmers of Payson, Salem, Benjamin, San
taquln and other places gathered here last
night to hear State Engineer Doremus,
chairman of tho Utah Arid Land Reclama
tion commission, and F. S. Richards, at
torney for tho commission, explain tho
Strawberry reservoir and canal proposi
tion. They showed Just the conditions
that prevail at present and what steps it
will take to secUro the Government's help
in bringing the water here.
A resolution wna read and adopted by
tho meeting thanking the commission and
approving every step taken.
The farmers feel much more encouraged
since tho meeting and arc ready to take
hold of the proposition.
The caso of the Ncbo Reservoir com
pany vs. H. W. Gardner of Goshen was
heard here yesterday In Judge Wlmmer's
court. It was brought here by change of
venue from Goshen. Attorneys S. A. IClng
and J. B. Mllner were hero for the plain
tiff! and William E. Rydulch for the de
fendant. Mrs. R. S Wlmmer and Master Shirley
aro here from Salt Lake for a visit with
Mrs. Wlmmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Farmers have began cutting lucerne and
find tho crop heavy and of good quality.
The marriage of Vivian Patten of Pay
son Is scheduled to tako placo this month.
Coalvillo Boy Hurt in Explosion.
Special to The Tribune.
COALVILLE, June 9. Wllford Allen
picked up a 32-calibcr cartridge ahcll full
of powder, but without bullet Ho laid it
on a rail nnl hit It with a rock An ex
plosion followed and nieces of tho sholl
struck the boy In tho face, cutting a gnHh
that required eight stitches to close. His
left hand was also badly burned and cut.
'ASSkMi sim IS No woman's happl-
pK jP jj&E ijjj jjjjj ncss can be completo
i ta her nature to lova
Klw jP ' ftnd want them
tfrmz m,1 . beautiful and
c critical ordeaJ through which the expectant mother roust
however, is so fraught with dread, pain, suffering and danger,
"JJt the very thought of it fills her with apprehension and horror.
t?6 15 n nccessity or reproduction of life to be either painful
aangerous. The use of Mother's Friend so prepares the system for
.coming event that it is safely passed without any danger. Thio
-pt, and wonderful
BOX ELDER COUNTY VOTES
FOR QUEEN OF CARNIVAL
Special to The Tribune.
BRIGHAM CITY, Utah. Juno 9. For
the visitors to the stake carnival and
strawberry festival some of the best mu
sical talenfof tho State will bo In at
tendance, Including Prof. Cllvo of Salt
Lake, Miss Agnes Dahlqulat and Prof. C.
D, Schettler, For the queen of the carni
val the following Is the vote from all
parts of the county: Llzzlo Sherman,
Tremont. 325; Eliza Mndscn, Brlgham, 173;
Clarice Harding, WlHard, 16; Llzzlo Kelly,
Brlgham, 14; Eva Burbank, Dewoyvllle,
10; Amelia Grachl, Brlgham. 9; Louise
Gasbork, Brlgham, 9; Mfmlo Smith, Cor
Innc, 6; Maud Harris, Brlgham. 5; Annie
Morris, Brlgham, 5; Olive Baugh, Dewoy
vllle, 4, Josic Hansen, Dcweyvlllo, 2; Mil
lie Fryer, Dcwcyvllle, 1-
Leo W. Hoist, son of Mayor C. Hoist,
and Miss Winnie Valentine, the daughter
of Mrs. Mary H. Valentine, were united
In marrlago yesterday at Salt Lake City,
Apostlo John Henry Smith performing
the ceremony at his residence. The young
couple returned homo yesterday and a re
ception was given them at tho home of
the bride's mother last nlghL A boost of
relatives and frlondo were present, and
numerous attractive and useful prcsonts
were given to them. The Moral decora
tions were pretty and tho yard was lighted
up with Chinese lanterns, Mrs. O. L.
Ambrose and Mrs. Wlllard Jensen, sisters
of tho bride, came up from Salt Luko City
to attend tho reception.
Justice A. Funk porformcd the cere
mony at the Hotel Utahna yesterday that
united Miss Roslo Evans of Malad, Ida.,
and Herman Roberts of Davenport. Ia,
The County Commissioners this week
appropriated $300 to repair roads In Park
valley district, S0 to Snowvllle district
rmd $75 to Standrod district, western Box
Elder; also 530 to Colllnston district Tho
appointment of N. J. Nelson as county
tree Inspector, with Joseph W. Hansen
and C. A. Kaiser as deputies, was ap
proved by the board.
Born. Tuesday to the wife of D. A.
Wilson, a girl baby.
Mis3 Hattio Forest and Arellus Johnson
were married In this city Tuesday night
ut the homo of tho brldo's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Forest, Bishop J. B. Mc
Master performing the ceremony. A re
ception was tendered the young couple at
the Forest home In the evening.
Tho Brlgham postofflce has received an
increaso In salary from $1500 to $1COO per
The Central Canal company of Ellwood,
this county, has filed with the Secretary
of State articles of incorporation, with a
capital stock of S2000, divided into shares
valued at $1 each. The officers of tho
company are G. L. Carlton, president:
John P. Holmgren, vice-president; Fred
Hansen, secretary and treasurer.
Brlgham's new street sprinkler has ar
rived and Is in operation.
Miss Edna Jensen, daughter of Ellas
Jensen, is visiting relatives in Colorado
Married, at the Logan temple, Tuesday.
June S, M. A. Chidestcr and MIs3 Maud
Loveland, both of Dcwcyvllle. A recep
tion was tendered them by tho bride's
Miss. Louise Gasberg went to the State
capital yesterday to finish a course in
INCORPORATED AT ALPINE
Special to Tho Tribune.
PROVO, Utah, Juno 9. Articles of in
corporation of the Alplno Mercantile
company were filed today. The company
Is Incorporated for $10,000, divided Into
2000 flhares of $G each. The company will
do a .general mercantile business at Al
pine. The following officers are named
for tho term of two years: Thomas F.
Carlisle, president; Benjamin Bates, vice
president; John E. Booth. J. W. Vance.
Joseph H. Beck, directors; James W.
Vance, secretary; Joseph II. Beck, treas
Tn tho case of Isaac J. Wolf ct al.,
doing business as the California Wine
company, vs. H. E Rawllngs and Enoch
Gray, the plaintiff was granted five days
In which to amend the complaint and tho
defendant fifteen days in which to servo
and file an answer. W. S. McCornic, do
ing business for the California Wine com
pany, was awarded a Judgment for $3G).7i,
together with $5 costs. Defendants re
fused to pay, and the plaintiff asks for
judgment for $374.75, with Interest from
Julv 11, 1S92, and costs of suit.
John Serwell ct al. sues for restraining
orders prohibiting John E. Betts et al.
from harvesting the hay on certain par
cels of land claimed by plaintiff. The hay
Is valued at $300, Judgment Is also asked
for the sum of $100 ns compensation for
damage already done.
Mrs. Ann J. Farr petitions for letters of
administration In the cetnto of Frunklln
Farr, deceased. The property Is located
in Spanish Fork and Is valued at $1250.
Nine heirs to tho estate arc named.
Marriage licenses were Issued to Her-,
bert Middlemlst. aged 25. of Minneapolis,
and Mabel Nelson, aged 23, of Sprlng
ville. Funeral services over Albert Fresh
water wero held this morning. Bishop
Thomas N. Taylor presided and the ward
choir furnished tho music. S. S. Jones,
Jorgcn Hanson, and Bishops Ralph Poul
ton and T, N. Taylor spoke. Members of
the Muccabec lodge acted as pall-bcarors.
Tho funeral of Sarah Ann Scott was
held in the stake Tabernaclo, Bishop L.
L. Nelson presiding Blflhop L. L. Nel
son, Abraham Holllday. S. P Nelson.
Mrs. Elizabeth Brown. Evan Wrldc, J.
M. Jensen and President David John
In the District Court at Richfield.
Special to The Tribune.
RICHFIELD, Juno 9. Business coming
bffore Judge J F. Chldester In the Sixth
DlHtrlct court at Richfield was:
Henrv Robins ut al. vs. A. P. Vorhccs,
and Jorgcn Madsen. dismissed on plain
tiff's motion; AbnerGoy vs, D. S. Dorrity,
dismissed by agreement; Myron Prlsbeo
vs. H, G. Weal; continued for the term;
Jens Hi nsen's sentence postponed until
June 13; Hannah W. Jensen vs Joseph L.
Jensen, for falluro to comply with alimony
provisions, continued until Juno 10 Sarah
N. Allen ct al. vs. Oacar D. Nielsen, ref
eree's account approved and referee discharged.
Married at Springville.
Special to Tho Tribune.
SPRINGVILLE,. June 9. Herbert Mld
dlemlHt of Mlnnlcpolls, Minn., and Mablc
Nelson of this city wore married yester
day by Judgo Jordan at tho home of tho
brldo'B mother, Mrs. Francis Nelson. The
bride was formerly Mrs Ray Wcstwood,
but resumed hor maiden name after divorce.
Buried at Newclrwang.
LONDON, June 10. Tho Daily Telegraph
has a dispatch from Tlontsln that Louis
Etzel, the American who was killed by
Chinese while acting as correspondent of
the Dnllv Telegraph, has been burled at
Ncwchwang by direction of tho American
Minister at Peking.
I PARK CITY
J TRIBUNE BUREAU. 1
TO MAKE PLEASURE PARK
OF BASEBALL GROUNDS
Special to The Tribune.
PARK CITY, June 9. At a meeting of a
special committee of the City Councll'last
evening It was decided to purchoso tho
present baseball grounds from tho D. C.
McLaughlin estate for the sum of $2000. It
Is the intention also to purchase two or
three blocks lying Immediately west of
these grounds and convert the entire tract
Into a city park. With but very little ex
pense tho boecbnll grounds can bo ren
dered attractive, and by planting treos
upon tho additional ground a good grovo
can be secured. The entire placo will
make a park r.ufflclcntly largo to accom
modate the people of Park City.
Mrs. F. A. McCarty and daughter, Jose
phine, and Mrs. M J. Dalley and two chil
dren loft for tho East this morning. Tho
former will visit rclp.tlves In Minneapolis
and other points In Minnesota vhilo tho
latter will spend the summer at her old
homo In O'Nlcl, Neb.
The miners' union of this place Is mak
ing extenalve preparations for the excur
sion to Lagoon next Monday. All of tho
mines hero will suspend work from Sun
day night until Tuesday morning so that
It will bo possible for all that wish to go
to do so. The committee on arrangomcnta
are busy at work making plans for the
day. Tho Park City baseball team will ac
company the excursion and will play the
team rom Eureka. A speclai train will
leave Park City at 7 o clock In tho morn
ing, and It Is estimated that fully nine
hundred people will tako advantage of the
CACHE COUNTY NAMES
Special to Tho Tribune.
LOGAN, June 9. Tho County Commis
sioners met today in regular session. The,
following registration agents were ap
pointed: Mlllvllle, James A. Hovey; Mountain
Home, Joseph Biggs; Richmond No. 1, W.
K. Burnham; Richmond No. 2, S. R. Tel
ford; Hyrum No. 1, Christen Thompson;
Clarkston, Elizabeth Jardlne; Lwlston
No. 1, Joseph Borgeson: Mondon, Chris
tian Sorenson; Pctcrboro, Gcorgo II.
Baugh; Logan No. 1. H. J. Carlisle. Lo
gan No. 2, C. C. Jensen; Lognn No. 3,
William Athay; Logan No. 7. Hannah Ja
cobsen; Avon. Joseph Fredcrlckson; Ben
son, John W, Reese; College, Oscar F.
Dunn; Cove, J. C. Allen; Greenville. Louis
E. Wilhelm; Hyrum. Charles Wilson;
Hyde Park, F 1. Ballam; Wellsvllle. Jo
seph M Maughan; Lewlston No. 2. Sarah
A. Orchard; Newton, J. N. Hansen; Pe
terboro, O. L. Peterson: Provldonc-o,
Bair; Paradise, John Welch, Jr.; Smith
field No. 1, Theodore Gyllenskog; Smith
field No. 2. James Mllllgan; Mt. Sterling,
Robert Rcdford; Trenton John Bingham,
Wellsvllle. James Allen; Logan No. 4, Jo
seph A. Tarbct; Logon No. G, Cyrus J
Jones; Logan No. C, R. A. Berry: Logan
No. 8, Mrs. C. M. Larsen; Logan No. 9.
Mrs. A. Scholes; Logan No. 10, William
Deputy State Auditor George B. Squires
billed the county for $125, the same being
for warrants Issued for witnesses and Ju
rors for the fourth quarter of 1901 In fa
vor of State, city and county officers,
which, under section 1006 of"thc Revised
Statutes, have no claim upon the Stato
for per diem as witnesses.
The salary of Deputy J. S. Larsen was
raised from $50 to $55.
RICH LEADS DEVELOPING
IN AND ABOUT CALIENTE
Special to Tho Tribune.
CALIENTE, Nov., June 9. Palmer &
Aloxandcr arc completing location work
on their group of four free-gold claims
three miles from camp and aro getting
good assays from their ore, of which they
have a ledge averaging four feet running
through the extent of their four claims.
Tho Jupiter claim, located yesterday
close to the townslle, completes tho group
of four claims and mill slto owned by Ol
son, Holland, Farrow and Leo, and loca
tion work is completed on all of them ex
cept tho Jupltor, on which tho work Is
now being done. There Is also a tunnel on
tho Japan ledge and assays of low-grado
oro have been taken from their eight-foot
The Fctterman tunnel, close to camp,
on tho Bluo Bird claim, Is now In 150 feet
and considerable high-grade ore Is on tho
dump awaiting tho completion of the tun
neling contract before shipment will be
Assessment work Has been completed on
the Grand View group of gold-copper
claims, twcnty-llvo miles west of Call
cnte, and development work will begin on
two claims of the group Immediately.
Rich lead ore was struck yesterday In
tho Mountain View claim, about eight
rrllcs from Caliente, a six-foot vein hav
ing been crosscut In tho tunnel and tho
ltdgc found to bo of permanent formation,
between walls of granlto and carrying its
values Jn lime.
Tho San Pedro road has boon completed
to dale to a point elghty-soven miles
southwest of Caliente. and ns soon ns the
rock ut of about three miles has been
passed tho track-laying will be continued
to Los Vegas ranch at tho rato of about
a mile and half per day.
FIRST EXCURSION NORTH
Saturday, June 11,
Via Oregon Short Line. One fare for
the round trip to principal Northern
Utn.h and Idano points.
See any Short Line agent for full par
ticulars. City Ticket Office, 201 Main street,
GIVE FINE RECITAL.
Mies Mary Hodgson and Miss Hortenso
Hodgson, pupils of Miss Oracc Delle Da
vis of the Pierpont School of Oratory and
Physical Culture, assisted by Miss Ronnlo
Pedcrson, soprano: Wlllard E. Welhc, vio
linist; J. J. McClellan, pianist, gave a ro
cltnl In Unity hall, HO South Second East,
The programme was an excellent one,
rendered by pupils who had studied for
eight months orly.
CASTILLA AND RETURN $1.25
Via D. & R. G., Sunday, June 12.
" Leave Salt Lake S a. m., returning ar
rive at Salt Lake G p. m. Hot sulphur
baths. Good hotel accommodations.
Baseball and other amuaementa. Every
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