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N ' : ; SATr LAKE CITY, UTAH", SUNDAY. MOK-NIXG, JU2fE 12, 1904. ' ") IPil
; I BER DAUGHTER'S
i ' '
Missing Witness in the
J Rice Case,
Says She Understood Sho
' Would Not Be Wanted
1 TIN Saturday.
Her Abstuco Resulted in tho Dis
charge of the Prisoner on Trial
ifft for Murder.
jmfTlTHIN' two liours after' John
Rice was discharged for his al
mKi JcSe(1 complicity in the murder
pft of Fred Beutler,- Mrs. Emily
juKjIur.cey, the witness whose nbsencc re
tHfjIW 'n lbe summary release of tho
fBpMeadant, was found at tho home of
lKl:r daughter and taken to the court-
,j S Mrs. Muncey, it was auegea, nau
hfrard several conversations between
1 nKke and her husband which corrobo-
rated the latter's confession and tended
rj f to connect the former ' with the mur
. f der. When she was called to the stand
,-i jjand failed to respond the prosecution
VjTvaE helpless. A deputy sheriff went
"H.H Jto the house on Third South where the
iiroraan had been rooming, but could
. j 3 get no trace of her. When he made his
anrH jjreport It was intimated by the State
4 -lhat sne n:ifl been ,1,lluced to Iceep
j jaivay hy the defense. The attorney for
-( I the defense hotly denied the Inslnua-
illon. The fact that she was not there
& $vas, however. In the opinion of the
r'M 'Jcourt. enough to warrant the discharge
ecli t "f the prisoner.
j In the meantime Deputy Sheriff An
a idrew Smith had gone to the home of
.gjjjij jjjlrs. Muncej:'s daughter, Mrs. Maltese,
4 ion EiRhth street, and there found the
s mining witness. The old lady was
Jury much surprised when the bench
Mnn i warrant was served.
Vim n "I had no intention of hiding-," she
declared. "I was told that I would not
be wanted before Saturday morning,
and I thought I would spend the after
noon with my daughter. I left word
that J could be found here if Un
called for me."
Mr. Smith took I he woman before
Judge Morse, to whom she repeated
her explanation. Judge Morse mildly
censured her for her negligence and
permitted her to go.
Tn almost any Slate but Utah the
confession of Muncey would have told
heavily against Hlee. but the State
statute requires Unit the guilt of a de
fendant in a criminal action must be
proved Independently of the testimony
of an accomplice, the latter being ac
cepted only as corroborative. There is
nothing which prevents- the using of
Muncey's admissions to convict him,
but there i.s no disposition on the part
of tho District Attorney to carry the
matter further, and the Beutler case
will be relegated to oblivion.
By a quit-claim deed recorded yes
terday the George M. Scott building on
Main street was conveyed by the Strc-vell-Paterson
Hardware compunv to
li. II. Farnsworth. $10,000 being named
as the consideration. At the same
time the hardware company aligned to
Mr. Farnsworth the option given to
the Salisbury company on the build
ing on May 23.
Hester S. Hardy and Susannah E.
JTovey have petitioned the Probate
court to appoint Owen S. Hardy ad
ministrator of the estate of Harriett A.
Hardy, deceased, which consists of a
credit for 5550 due from the ZIon'9 Sav
ings Bank and Trust company.
B. P. 0. E. EXCURSION
Via D. & E. Gr. R. E., to Provo, June
14, 15, 16, 17.
Fare $1.00 for the round trip. Every
body Invited. Five fast trains dally.
A Panama Hat
Is responsible for more comfort in tho
summer time than any other articles of
summer wear. Beauties at our store
from $5 to 325 each.
BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.,
1C6 Main street.
CASTILLA AND RETURN $1.25
Via D. & R. G., June 15.
nood fishing. First-class hotel ac
commodations. All kinds of sports,
games and amusements. Special train
leaves Salt Lake 1:30 p. m Returning
leaves Castilla 0:30 p. m.
The Bar the Commonplace
Designs In everything we sell and
our new Parisian effects in summer
shirts have the right look. They come
in gray grounds with fancy bosoms
BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO..
166 Main street.
MARRIAGE ' LICENSES!
Walter .oi-Konscn, Salt Lake City 38
Dorothy Hanson. Suit Ltiko City 23
John II. llonrkoii, Is'owton '!;
Anna A. Whltniark. Salt Luke City... 10
C. Frederick Pinkerton. Salt Laku 2S
Lylllli 55. Webber, Salt Lake 20
Joseph li. Bloomllelcl, Sult-l.ulip 22 1
EfTIe Faleo, Salt La fee 10
Frank Burdlck. Sunnysldo
Millie Coolt, Theron 25
James Nelson. Brlgham Cltv G5
Christina 13 Chriatuisun. Brlgham Cltylt
John P. Young, East Mill Creek 23
Lllsa C. Peterson, Ilollldny 22
Walter Wright. Salt Lake Cltv 21
Emily Jeremy, Salt Lake City 23
Anton M. Pastory. Salt Lake Cltv -17
Anna Peterson, Salt Lake City ." 2t
Andes CJ. Johnson. Salt Lake CUv 10
Minnlle M. Fowlls, Salt Lako City ,...2C
William Kobeiio, Denver, C0J0 31
Madge Austin, Denver. Colo 23
Hans R. Hansen. Blackfoot. Ida. 23
Wealthy Hanson, Sugar City, Ida 19
Leslie Pack Iinwden. Winder ward 21
Louisa M. Ellis, Mill Creek 21
Madison M, Fisher. East Mill Creek ....21
.atargaret ai. viiitms. sugar House .-...21
Wallace L. Moist. Brlgham City 21
AVinnle Valenttinc, Brlgham City 21
Peter S. Dnrney, Victor. Ida -10
Eliza M. Cheney. Victor, Ida. 33
Joseph D. Mulr, Wilford .0
FJorlnda Jensen, Salt Lake City ......21
Peter C. Mlekelson. Alia 32
Lillian L. Davis. Sandy , 21
Goorcre L. Wellor. Salt Lake Cltv 27
Louise Morris, Salt Lake City 23
W. George Weaver. Salt Lako City -....21
Kathryn A. Ropney, Salt Lake City ..10
Alma Allen, Ogrlcn 31
Mary A. Wood, Syracuse 2:1
Frank E. Losee. Salt Lake City 28
Harrlette L. King, Salt Lako City ....26
Levi Pearson, Oakley SS
Charlotte A. Brown, Hoytsvlllo 2S
Carl It. Rarcusen. Spanish Fork 23
Maggie 13. Jones. Price 23
Milton J. Routbard. Salt Lako City ....22
Minnie Iseman, Salt Lake City 22
Fells Lombard. Salt Lake City..., 0
Salmorlnda Blsclotte. Salt Iike City.. 22
Charles G. Needham. Salt Lake City.. 12
Winona Smith. Salt Lake City 30
William B. Wright. Salt Lake City 30
Mary T. G Foster, Salt Lake City. ...20
Charges E. Olson. Salt Lako City 21
Dorris A. Mccdhani, Salt Lake City... 20
Lynn G. Parry. Salt Lako City 21
Mabel Hughes. Salt Lake City 26
Bvron T. Jones. Murrav .' 27
Rebecca A. Jenkins, East Jordan 27
Andrew C. Carlson, Murray I."
Sine Peterson, Salt Lako 31
SPECIAL- LARGE DIAMOND SALE.
(2 to 3 Carat Stones.)
Monday from 2 lo C p. m. I will offer
the above at prices that cannot be du
plicated again. W. W. HALL,
Becomes a nightmare to housewives,
who are worried with quantities of
washing Our G cents a pound system
saves all of the trouble. Give your call. ,
166 Main street.
Neiihauscn, boy to C M. and Julln, 126S
East First South. June 3.
Oreni, boy to F. M. and Ora, Ninth and
G streets, June 1.
Worsley, boy to F. II. and Eva, 721 South
Main. Juno 7.
Houston, boy to James and Ann, K Grcon
street, June 4.
JCnott, girl to Joseph G and Grace, . 3SS
North Fifth Wcot. Juno 5.' '
Murray, boy to Charles and Mary, 2IS
West Eighth South, June 5.
Evans, boy to Leonard apd Ida, 76S South
Third West. Juno 2.
Goodfcllow, boy to Mr. and Mrs. J. W.,
732 South Seventh East., June 7.
Blaln, boy to Mr. and Mrs. J. D., 44G East
Seventh South, June 5.
McLane, boy to John and Mary, corner
Tenth West and Third South, June 3.
Tliornberg, boy. to. Ahna F. . and Lctta.
5-11 Brldport street. Juno G.
Pike, girl to Oliver and' Margaret, 715 Nov
2nd W.. June 1.
Jones, girl to Joseph P. and Martha, rear
13S N. 7th W., June S.
Wilson, girl to John and Elizabeth, 690
Post street, June 3.
Rudcllnl, Klrl lo Jaohlmo and Maria, 233
So W. Tomplo, Juno 2.
Hamilton, girl to Albert Al and Cclcslla,
i.'.o . -n so., fway ;w.
Robinson, child to Thos. II. and Mary, 177
C street, Juno 2.
Elte, Rlrl to Robert and Lizzie, 675 So.
7lh W.. June 4.
Tucker, boy to W. C. and Anna, 121 Jon-
nlnRS street, Juno 4.
Silver, boy to Gno. J. and Maria. 2130 So.
Stb E.. June 3.
Nelson, girl to Mr. and Mrs. Ora W.. 125
W. Third South, Juno 3.
Rhodes, girl to Mr. and Mrs. Robert D.,
505 Third street. Juno 7.
Corlcss, boy to A. E. and Ella, SC4 Second
street, June 7.
Anderson, plrl to J. A. and C, 354 West
Fifth South, Juno 10.
Graham, girl lo J. and E., 476 South
Fourth West. Juno 4.
Colum, boy to William E. and wife, 163
South Eighth East. June 7.
Nelson, girl to Ora W. and wife, 125 West
Third South, June 3,
Rhodes, girl to Robert D. and wife, 505
Third, Juno 7.
Corlcss. boy to A. E. and Ella, $i54 Sec
ond, June 7.
Sweetman. infant of Waiter, 202 West
Third South. Juno 6.
Dotl, William, aged S2, SCC Sixth "street,
Larson, Elva, aged 11 months, 720 So. 4th
E-. Juno 2.
Berg. Carl, aged 22, St. Mark's hospital,
Kohlcr, Rosinl. aged SI, 634 No. 2nd W.,
Tlrtslln, Thomas, aged 43, Cllft house, June
Kendall. J. J., aged 93. 644 E. So. Temple,
Edmunds. Lorenzo, aged-31, . Do La Mar,
New, June 2.,
Sherman. Frederick C, aged 3, 402 South
Fifth East. June 7.
Mitchell, Mary S., aged 33, S24 East Sixth
South, June 6.
Clawson. Louise, aged I,. CO North Stato
street. June 9.
Bashardt. John, aged C5. Holy Cross hos
pital. June 7.
Malovlc. Luke, aged 32, Holy Cross hos
pital, Juno 1.
THE ELKS' OFFICIAL TRAIN
leaves Salt Lake City for Provo via
-THE SALT LAKE ROUTE" at S 30
a. in. Wednesday, June 15, Don't miss it.
GOLF LINKS NOW
IN BEST ORDER
Playern Break Rocords and Some
Vory Fino Contents Arc
THE golf courso at the Country club
is now In the best condition. The
grcena have been slightly remod
eled and rolled so that they are
perfectly true. The weeds on tho open
courts have boon kept very low by a llock
of 600 sheep, which havo not only cleared
tho ground of every vestige of horbago,
but flattened the loose aoll to a nicety.
This enables. tho Bolfers to proceed with
llttlo hindrance and generally affords such
bys as are productive of long Iron or
As a result of these most favorable con
ditions the golfers aro making better rec
ords than ever before.
Frank T. McGurrln recently broko the
course record for eighteen boles. Borv's
score lu 7S, but Mr. McGurrln by steady
field playing and accurato approach shots
mado the double circuit In seventy-four
Tho most Important golf contest at the
club during the past week was the, match
between Arthur W. Copp and Fred T.
McGurrln In the first day's play Mr.
McGurrln gained what was supposed to
be an Inaurpassablo lead, but by long
drives and steady approach work Mr.
Copp won out Both players are entitled
to great credit for their work Mr. Copp
for his remarkable recovery In the face
of defeat, and Mr. McGurrln for his con
Hlstcnt work Uiroughout the entire con
test. Tho ladj members of tho club par
ticipated In a gamo of clock golf yestcr
At a recent meeting of the board of
directors Joseph Jensen was elected golf
instructor and club repairer for the com
ing season. He J.q an cx-caddy of several
years' experience. Two years ago he
captured second place In tho caddy's tour
nament. In which there wore some twentv
RACING MEN PLAN
FOR MEET ON FOURTH
Outsldo of hard wock there will be lit
tle doing among tho local horse-racing
fratornlty until the Fourth of July. Tho
lovers of tho sport were well satlstled
with Friday's meet, and are anxiously
Tho defeat of Angle Duryeu came Hko
a crash of lightning to hor owner, Dr.
Humelbaugh, who has Intended entering
her In the Colorado turnament. It waa
given out yesterday that both he anil
Ezra Thompson, who had planned , to ro
along with his fast trotter, Robert . I.,
have given up the trip. E. II. Thompson
will probablj go, and take along a num
ber of his fastest horses. Osmont, Emma
Foote, Torln and a green pacer Evans
McGregor will probably make up his
G W Robinson returned to town In the
early part of last week from California,
whero ho.hns been Indulging in tho rac
ing business for. the last seven months.
Ho brines' alone1 a apcedy llttlo running
marc Geisha Bird. He has been raclng
her continually ort tho coast tracks with
great success, but has decided to glvo her
a rest until next fall, and It Is doubtful If
she will mako her appearance hero until
the opening of the fair. Her best tlmo on
the Dawson course vran 1-09 1-5. Sho Is
only a four-year-old, and In tho opinion'
of her owners has a splendid chanco for
development. Mr. Robinson Intends to
tako. hold .of his old sUmdbv, Julia A.,
rind pet her In shape for the Fourth of
July meet. She has not yet mado her ap
pearance on tho local track this season,
but last year she was a great favorite,
winning most of tho races in which sho
Miss William, a new pacer recently
brought from Colorado by Tom McCoy,
will make things lively for some of tho
former wlnnurs In the next meet. She Is
a strong and steady goer and seldom falls
to respond In a crisis. -Her time Is 2:09-)i I
NOTES OF INTEREST
FROM SAUCER TRACK
Continually Increasing Is . the blcyclo
camp at tho saucer. Every day brhiRS
ono or two new riders reputed far ajid
wldo for their speed ability. Yesterday
afternoon Schepps and Orlando Stevens
dropped into town, but a message from
Mctarland was waiting for Schepps and
he will go .straight to Vailaburgt Stevens,
howcxer, will remain at tho saucer for
llio summer, and during that tlmo ho
nopen to lower tho colors of Samuelson.
To accomplish this task ho will havo to
go some, for nothing short of a now
world's record will accomplish the feat.
Samuelson Is riding better than cvor, and
his work shows the result of long and
faithful training. Many of the world
beaters who came here expecting somo
easy picking havo been absolutely dum
founded by his marvelous work. Thcv
declare that he could hold his own with
Frank Kramer and defeat Iver Lawson.
Samuelson Is continually breaking records
established by Kramer, and has unques
tionably established a Just claim to tho
world s unpaced championship. In tho
competition racea ho Is likewise showing
up to good ndvantnge. having captured
four llrsts In the open and handicap races.
Counting five points for first, three for
second, two for third and one for fourth,
the number of points won during this
season by the professional riders In open
and handicap races follows: W. E. Sam
uelson, 20. G. II. Collott. 7. Saxon Wil
liams, 7. Frank Hoffman, 6; Eddlo Smith.
5; Hardy Downing. 4; J. B. Bowler. 2.
Tho amatours' records, figured on the
samo basis, follows. Iver Redman.' 18;
Carl Redman, 13; Bmll Agraz. 9. Joe Rav
born, 7: E. B. Hcagren. 5; Fred Sherman,
C; S. A. Ellswood, 2. T. D. Morgan, 2.
Next week tho local public will bo privi
leged to witness some of the most spectac
ular and heated contests ever seen In this
city. In tho three-mile professional race,
which will bo run next Tuesday night,
twenty riders will be on tho track at tho
same time, Thro will be no qualification iKil
heats and consequently all the riders will IfflkutlH
be fresh and full of ginger. Twontv ama- HhI
tcurs will start in tho llve-mllc lap race Rift PH
but how many will finish remains to bo H iTvl!IH
seen. lo wiy the least, some high dive." K Mi'H
and circus tumbling i assured. The raco m Pi 2
for blood will bo between Collett and Hon- H lllH
per. Ono-mllo heats will bo run and the ulf H
winner of tho best two out of tlu-"o will B Fsu Wfl
receive tho 560 bag. During the Interim H nB'"Sfl
between the various events. G. E Grc'y mm lu&Sfl
will do some exhibition blcvcle riding H
Ho In a local boy and made fils debut at Hi til
tho Salt Lake Theater during the Elks' Wt SulVfl
recent performance. M 'jpfiVfl
For Over Pifty Tears. Ki'iMa
An old and well-tried reme-f7. Mrs. tllll
WInslow's Soothing Syrup has .been InimlkBB
UBed for over fifty years by millions of B1(ItBb
mothers for their children while teeth- WM ItSB
ing, with perfect success. It soothes nlniilPfffl
pain, cures wind colic and Is the best IsSt'tiiBB
remedy for diarrhoea. Sold by drug- IjsIBh
1 gists in every part of the world. Be Hit'linBa
I cure and ask for Mrs. WInslow's Sooth- ifllfellrBB
I lng Syrup. ulliH
Elk Horn "Whiskey Wine Years Old. m
For $3.40 we ship In plain boxes to any rH
point on the railroad in Utah. Idaho jtf : kS
and Wyoming, express prepaid, four ! ilS ' cM
full quarts of the above well-known ' VlM ! jSB
brand, a fine old mellow whiskey, guar- j ffij ; fH
anteed to give satisfaction. 'irW'bBB
Remit either by money order or 'lluii fcM
bank exchange. For reference, any ex- llleBi''BB
press company or National Bank of tbs SBh
Republic C. H. REILLY. illl 'B
Elk Liquor Co., Cor. Stato and 1st So. Swi . p'Bfl
Sts.. Salt Lako City. Utah. affii 1
THE ELKS' OFFICIAL TRAIN iSllBB
leaves Salt Lake City for Provo via K&HtfmH
"THE SALT LAKE ROUTE" at 8:3( M!fltB
a. in. Wednesday, June 15. Don't miss It. 1'TIiSIbh
NEBO MUTING COMPANY ASSESS- R,l j
Principal ortico at Salt Lake City. ij IkL
Notice Is hereby given that at a meet- surfl Bfl
lng of the directors of Nebo Mining com- Hrfiia '
pany, a corporation, held on the 4th day 0! ffilw'jli
June, 1904, an assessment of one-half -ol IfiB't'i
1 cent per share waB levied on the capita' ij (BB
Htock of the corporation, payable on 01 aim Si rBfl
before the 6th day of July. 1901, to F. H. !3.'!j( ifBH
Hyde, secretary, at his office, 315 D. F iSlmli ?BB
Walker building, Salt Lake City. An WiiHBfl
stock upon which this assessment may n Iff.' 1,' BB
main unpaid on the Cth day of July. 1501 ? I a" 'Bfl
will be delinquent and adertiscd for'salr iV
at public auction, and unions payment it fviKlt' Bfl
mado before will be sold on the 22d day oj vt i
July, 1904, to pay the delinquent asses? 9j! BB
ment. together with the cost of advorUs- alklt Bh
ing and expense of sale. SiWt ' iBfl
(Signed) F. II. HYDE, MiJ j SBB
Secretary Nebo Mining Company. 'fl!tij BB
315 D. F. Walker building. Salt Lake City ' 'Bj
Utah. x&i III
READY! ARE YOV? Psirfo 8 Wioti 11 il
You will -be when you read tho hi- ad. on O" Ijf 1!BB
THE GREATEST CLEARING SALE WE'VE EVER HELD. rlPlgfBfl
Starts Monday at 9 o'clock. f? SIi'bB
F. HUERBH6H & BRO. ifB
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I -''s Tomorrow Starts the Second Week of - i 1
J JKIm -- This Store Has Ever Had
;J tflf Ir ; fl1 With an abundance of bargains to keep up the unabattng enthusiasm; so if you haven't already supplied your- j I
H BSfifrl 7 lllfuSfl se' summer clthesr the opportunity is extended for your benefit and the benefit of everybody who was unable hi H
H. I IIMmIP kMW t0 attend Iast week II I
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ejj & I Cre ecua to sa'e Prces in most stors Then you will appreciate the real meaning of these remarkable offers H
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bl, X ; mns Tin nt f$E: 7C Plck yom thic big lot or $ , Q Pick from this big lot of 7 Pick from this big lot off . O. poodS- wm, soft collars attached, or goodF. pink or blue- m(in,, r. nn -nnn4 4 ilf 3 BBI
fi sVO'D men's 52.50 pants at ,.3m05 young men's 35.00 suits at... P33 boyV 32.50 suits at P LO the kind to wear with white cololrs- 0 men s 52.0. ?-.00. J3.o0 Md '11
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, ; Jccic and Foiir-iii-and 1.25 Washable Hose 20c a pair 3 ' S I'N BbI
! ; Hand Ties Stock Tics Bow 'lies Suspenders foji FJo.se Blouse Waists Ties Pants Pants wear, a Suit ;j !; ' ' KB
j 25c j 50c 25c 25c 50c 25c 50c 25c 50c .' 75c 50c I
'lMesi's Bicycle Suits, w ir 7 riiiritTrini I Rn an's shirt waist in lifl
Imrts and Hose !!!!!!!! J. P GARDNER ,36-,38MamsT- ' jrsr&a'
IfflATLY REDUCED the qohlity store . . $l.QO ffl