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Ij Tece Saip Tact Tribune; Monday Mommra, Juste is, 1904. 11 ' if
8 VACANT IAND. ,
10 l your va
SUm.In l""d unproductive!
$H Ko.r and II. day of TAX
Pintron on to you. like a cloud of
SKI wrTTlns.ttlonS. loslM sleep
KUrs o ho,rt you'; va"
tt? . ,, h0ainfc against hope for4 a
nW kuowS full well that If the
jfe.iSovS-ou couia hold It and
h a steady income?
otfni.owcd to cover he willing
inp.?. virr wfuse to develop?
rlIrthVt over C million dol
ffU ,r Is lost bv owner of vacant
$ Btke'who neglect to improve
-a.i one of thoso whoso oversight
Z to tblfl great maw of waned
inlHl ins you, It certainly must be
jiaScnins to road this can
1 1, k worth birr money to owners
' iom.i (0 read this warning nolo
JmSvour November taxes
2MnV dlt log If you start
improve ihe land with In
irnlnc structures. ...
REAVIS SYSTEM has been
and developed for 4 ho purpose of
owners of vacant land to Im
?tth reliably constructed build
lit Jt lowest prices and possess
roirr.um of Income-producing
TIKAVIS STSTEM" stands ready
ove your land without requiring
v one dollar cash down,
state what hind of a bulld
wantS and "THE HEAVIS
dots the rest,
ay nothing for plans and specifi
ol superintendence. '
the building Is completed you bc
off tho building loan In smnll
Mi-mcnU. and the rate of Inter
Tduced by tl- partial payment
to about 4 per cent on tho term
'BEAVIS SYSTEM" provides the
in wherein delay Is completely
d and whereby On a day's notice
cr of a vacant lot can begin
REAMS SYSTEM" Is now con
- ever 60 buildings -In Salt Lako
i its operations aro so extensive
rlW mechanics are employed and
ind. other building materials are
In vast quantities, thus reducing
of production to such a degree
can builil xellable. homes at lower
ian others ask.
want to sac an example of the
S SI STEM" plan of Improving
ground, walk down to 451 Main
here two neat cottages were built
ar of the lot for Oliver Altree and
oujcs are now rented for $1S each
t, ond arc built on ground thnt
jp to I months ago' ever since
e was founded1 Just think of the
rns of wasted earning power,'
procrastinate nor arguo tho qucs
tractly and longer. INVESTI
TtEAVJS SYSTEM" has helped"
s to secure an Income from their
ind, and they -can help you If you
call on them for an outline of
I at the same old stand. Ground
curlty Trdst Building, 32-51 Main
REAYIS SYSTEM" continues to'
WIN" $50 IN GOLD.
Oil, SO EASILY,
r girls under 15 years should get
tllnp clothes on to win tho word
)f "The ReavLs System." Get
J JWars at 32-31 Main. 'Phone 200.
S'CH IX SNAKE RIVER VALLEY.
L Plenty of wntcr. close to markot.
n whole or part or give right party
little money a splendid chance to
e tJrnMlf a home. For full particu
late W. E. Robinspn, 352 21th at.,
jo. t'lah. X101S
3 A. RICHTER,
i 13 West 1st South.
rioom brick and 3,10 rods, near 3rd
EmI and 7th South.
Jh' Thcse 5 ncw modern brick
jwttaees on the corner 5th and J
Fit. Have yon seen them?
?.iS',,i,.ur,lod- brlck nar Cth South
JJMllth East, on; a lot 2x7'. rods,
jGeod substantial 8-room residence
iShic ,atr,' furn(l". gas. electric
?fe',s,atlonary laundry tubs, good
;Wck barn, etc. . must be sold
'Ll1"' on 2nd sL'- strictly mod
?,iV??om rsWonce In llrst-claoa
Pi,arSl,5?.rn' electric lighted,
rods; 6th North.
fcKo trouble to show them,
p-ttcr. 13 av. 1st South. Tel. G41.
irk SSiXor honie; opposite Lib-
'A r . r.cc lota in this sec
Ium ifnrtily ,Tu6t n,!1"cd. An $SW
"Winder construction. Prices low;
& ' a.
Jto TJe?ldt'ncc ..fubdlvlalon; 13
W&Mi?,0V."evchu B00(1 housoa
iales dcmaiul for Properly
Jnvt-'Co.. 7S W. 2nd So. xlOOO
g?in brick, worth $1700: H50.
tli1 -I rods. so. front; ?1&.
i ina'n txl0;-7-room llousc; "0.
jum' ?.evv -r nioa. br., close In-
toi ?1? EtaHtT, cnr;only 510 foot.
y -o,. 66 w. 2nd So. 'Phono 7C0.
Ll-R.PM COTTAGE; LAWN.
n l"j ws-,,n1u5.1 sell: Pwllea leuv-
. 2n I No. Jnq. 52 Quince.
SE0N'11TH MAST. NEAR7TU
Wni W ,al,W:, il,lc view
t L. 2nd South.
"S IVlRK: ON CAR
toiwn J . ,,u: -room mod-
h vita A W ,lBh:' l n,lt l, ,-a-
t lV: 10 - 1" M-'.n Ht.. Tel. 33
fri Vr,prlnKa O. S. L. fihons
S au,knAil0c,' '"oid-
NS-,1.wh IWxlC5 feet.
bof pV055 Per d ''or ground 3
fcWar. eh?i-ro?m boUBc. rock and
SlflWr Vft?1- "mc- walks, etc.,
COr 011 2nd So. and 10th Eant,
Sh' & 'UUe' UBder- AVaU:'-r's Ua.nk.
FOB SALE REAL ESTATE.
i-ROOM IlOlSli, S.00; 1-ROOM HOUSE.
J&X); t-rooin house, 4-room houae; SW0;
5-roo'm brick, modorn, S1CO0; C-room brick,
modurn flSCO; 0 acres, very line, near car
line: $1300; 5 acres, with 7-room brick
house, iMtrn and 30) young bearing fruit
trees, on car line, fjoulhensit, very cheap;
a tine cornor on .Krlgliani street; 3x10 rods
rtn 10th Kn.st near Gth South, ?;o0. ' Come
for bargains. I nave many, Cromer, 53
East Sid South. ' X1102
' SPECIAL. : '
0-rm. mod. brick
lahed inside; 2 halls; clcc, lights;
fine fixtures. ' "
A veiy comfortable
home; 3 blks nor. of
the Templo. '
The hoiiHe cannoL be
duplicated for the
price, saying nothing .'
of tlie grounds, which
This Is a bargain.
Under Walker's bar. X1109
5x10 RODS RUNNING THROUGH
block; S1930 ens I.
2x10; East Clh So.; 3-rm house; part
I 20x20 rods., N. bench; city water: J11C0.
1-room brick; E, 2nd So.; mod.; $2350.
Under Walker's bank. xlUO
LET US SHOW YOU A NICE D-R. R.
p. b. on Princeton sivenuc near 11th East;
nlco shude and lawn; lot WxllO ft to alley;
It nniHt be sold,
A mod. now 5-r. 1, p. b. on N. E. bench;
n line view of tho city; model of benuty
and cRn't be excelled for convenience.
i-room brick, mod.; lot COxllO; nice shade
and luwn; locntcd on Capitol hill, and you
will not qicstlon the price as the owner
says sell It; don t wait.
4 beaiuiful lots. 2'x7 rods each; Sth and
13 streets, overlooking the city In all Its
beauty. And many others In all parts ot
Rege Realty Co.. J. P. Mahan, Sales
man; -V. M. Powell, Mgr. S W. 2nd So.,
rooms 16 and 17. "Phono 1G35-K. xlll5
Cash and $25 per month buys
fine 5-rooni modern presscu
brick cottage; close In on
Why Pay Rent?
$1700 buys new 5-room
pressed brick, near P.. G. W.
depot. Small payment down,
balanco llko rent.
A. MclvELLAR & CO.,
West Second South st. X1075
HARRINGTON & COURTNEY.
5 acres, especially adapted for chicken,
trout and fruit farm, a 2-room framo
house. V,i acres In strawberries, raspber
ries, small orchard, water right for 10
acres, on 11th East St.. $2000.
5 acres on East bench, good water right,
all good land, barn and orchard, no house.
This Is tho making of a. dandy chicken
Now 3-room pressed brick cottage and
101, wiw u. 10 auey cast siuo, south
front, city water, all fenced, lawn, wired
for electric lights, nlco good home, $1050;
Now 0-room adobc-llnod frame, modern.
!ot ;-iOx)57 to alley, stable, buggy shed, all
Fine new red p. brick residence, 7 rooms,
completely modern. 3xl0-rod lot. south
front, very desirable location on East
S-room modern. In fine shape, lot 2x10,
North bench, $2750,
Harrington & Courtney, 15 W. Second
REAL ESTATE 1NV. CO.
Look up properly on Capitol hill.
The rush for lols in that locality
during the past two weeks Is al- ,
most unprecedented. Tho reason is
not far to seek. It Is high, dry and.
sightly, and as chenp as DIRT.
Lots flOO nnd up to $1750 for cholco
ones. Lots 50 feet each.
Very attractive llttlo 5-rm. subur
ban cottage at No. 137 Goltz street.
Can be bought now for 51100
In "buying a homo you want the
satisfaction of knowing that your
house is a new one. Our elegant fi
rm, pr, br. residence on 5th So.,
near Gth E., Is NEW, with modern
plumbing; sewer connected, hot-air
furnace, all rooms finished through
out In oil; lot 40x123 feet.
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE 1NV. .
CO . 251 MAIN. xl076
FINE LOTS ON EAST BENCH. $150.
Near Fort Douglas car line. Easv terms.
Owner, 5C E. 2nd So.
WE ARE IN THE BUSINESS.
3- room frame $ 550
4- room new frame ; 1,500
3- room frame, fine orchard DCO
4- robm brick, orchard 2.000
5- room frame, 1 lots ; 2,300
5-room brick, modern , 2.300
0- roora modern, close In , G.500
5 acrc3 fine land, west side 209
5, 10 or 15 acres in lucerne, closo In
per aero 200
5 acres ,ln wheat, on car lino, per
10-acro chicken ranch, 3-room house.
barn, well, all fenced; 51099 takes
It; half cash, balance easy.
Now is tho time to buy. Why? Stop
THE G. C. RICHTER CO.. Room I, 131
Main street. Over the Bon Ton Theater.
P. S. Be sure of that addrens. xlCC5
7-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. INQUIRE
251 W. First North, cast of High school;
also 5-room cottage, C31 Slate st x4G3
SPECIAL C-ROOM BRICK. S. E.. AN
elegant home; big snap at $2500. H. J.
McGown Co., No. 131 Main, over Ton Ton
"10 RODS OF FRONTAGE ON 11TH
East, near Third South; only $1300. Owner,
56 E. Second S6uth. '
4-ROOM FRAME HOUSE, FLOWING
well, barn. 37 Fulmer ave, cor 7th W.
HOUSTON REAL ESTATE INVEST
mont'Co. Real estate and loan brokers,
251 Main Htroot
S. B. WESTERFIELD. G8-G3 COM'L.
blk. Houses, lots and business property.
C-RM. MOD. BK LOT 2XC RODS. $3109;
$S00 cash, bal. $25 month. Owner, 1112 E.
2nd So. W25S0
WE SELL REAL ESTATE THAT'S
nil. Tuttle Bros., 149 Main; red ball signs.
C. AY. MILLER. REAL ESTATE AND
loans. Correspondence solicited. 112 W.
2nd South st.
SPLENDID VIEW L0T3 ON WEN
dell ave., east of 11th East and south of
2nd South, at one-third less than neigh
boring values. Owner, 50 E. 2nd South.
23 YEARS ABSTRACTING 25 YEARS'
Wo- have made abstracting a life's
study. Save time by coming to our rec
ords Instead of wasting it going to the
city and county building. They arc absolutely-correct
and up-to-dnle. Wo are al
ways at your service. Homer Abstract
Co., Main and First South (under Doscret
RANCHES, FARMS. ACREAGE; BIG
list of ouf real estate paper free at office.
1-l.irrington & Courtney, 15 W. 2nd So.
3XS RODS. UTII EAST. NEAR 3RD
South, $030. Fine view. Owner, G6 E. 2nd
NICE SIX-ROOM HOUSE. WITH
two lots, 50xlC5 ft,; good collur, Gmokc
housc. coal, turkey, chicken-houses, gran
ary, good stable, flowing well, shade
treos; good range. $ ml. from P. O.. $109 00.
Add. W. P. Palmer, box 10-1. city. x022
ABSTRACTERS OF TITLES.
THE SECURITY ABSTRACT CO.
Salt Lake' and Too'ele county abatracls.
' Atlas blk., 30 W, 2nd So. Tel. 230. 01S27
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
A FINE 200-ACRE FARM, IN ALFAL
fa and grain, at 2-3 Its nctual value; good
water right. Hubbard InVt. Co., 7S AV.
2nd So. X112C
5-ROOM PR. BRICK; NEW. MODERN;
natural wood finish, collar; $11)00, $250,' $20
x-rnom frame, well built, modern, on 1
at.; J2S00; half cash.
4-room pr. brick; lot 17x103 feet; on Sth
5-room pr, brick, new, modern; $2?00. $500,
2o a month.
I-room frame, hew; 11th East;'$1350; 52CO
cns-ii, $15 it month.
.Hubbard Invt. Co.. 7S AV. 2nd So. xlOSO
C. W. MILLER, 112 W. 2ND SOUTH,
o-r. mod. cot., oast side; $3000.
7-r. mod. home; east side; $5000.
4-r. frame; fine view, east side; $1350.
4-r. frame, wept side; $750.
4-r. frame, west side; $1000.
The above enn bo had on very easy pay
ments. .Choice building lots In all parts of the
C. W. Miller, 112 W. 2nd So. Correspond
ence solicited. xl072
150 ACRES, FINE FARM.' GOOD
house, barn, ouibuildlugs; 3 acres In gar
den, 25 acres In lucerne and oats; largo
pond for fish and ducks: 210 shares of
UrMt-cIass water right, situated 0 miles
from city; all for $2SCO. Inquire of Jacob
Powell, No. 12 E. Sth South. xlOT3
WE MAY HAVE JUST WHAT YOU
want. Call and see. Prltchard & Poe,
real estate brokers, ICS Main. lei. 105. x791
LANDS FROM 1 TO 1000 ACRES.
AVrlto us stating where wanted nnd wo
will send list of property for sale In that
locality. AVIlllnms Bros, Murray, Utah,
box 327. 'Phone 155-Y. W1731
Sec Goddard. under AValkor's Bank.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. U. P. R.
R lands. E. J. Wills, 15 AV. 2nd So. ml837
WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK
of new and 2nd-hand furniture, carpels,
stoves and ranges, and In fact everything
for complete houajkecnln? In the city.
Don't buy without seeing our good3 and
getting out prices, cish or credit. Ne
braska Furn. Co., 02 E. 2nd So. x',035
NEW FURNITURE EXCHANGED
for second-hand goods. E. AV. Washburn
Furn. Co.. 35 AV. 1st So. st. Tel. 2021-Y.
CARRIAGE AND BICYCLE TIRES
vulcanized at Osborne's, 71 E. 1th So. x711
FOR FOREMAN M'DERMOTT
Special to Tho Tribune.
CALIENTE, New. June 12. William
McDermott, for several months past
general foreman of the San Pedro, Los
Angeles Salt Lake Railroad com
pany west of Callcnto, with headquar
ters at this point, has accepted an ap
pointment as manager of the United
Verdi "Mining company at Jerome,
Ariz. John Conway, -formerly track
engineer at Monpa, has been appointed
general foreman to succeed Mr. Mc
Dermott. fa a u
AArork on the Fetterman tunnel Is
progressing rapidly, and it is now in
a distance of 170 feel, and still drifting
on the ledge cut about u week ago.
Fred Foster, Frank Palmer and
Alexander have located a group of
claims adjoining the right of way of
the San Pedro railway, three miles
east from Callenle and are doing loca
tion work on all the claims. They are
taking out rich ore at grass roots, and
mu ifi.v muni cntuiuuvu wim iiiu
outlook for pay ore In quantity.
There Is considerable sickness In the
camp at present, owing it Is claimed by
the physicians, to the presence of a
pond of stagnant slime-covered water
bagk of the railroad yards, and but 100
feet distant, which Is a constant men
ace to the health of the camp, and Is a
real breeding place for malarial dis
Max French of Anaconda, Mont.,
spent two days in camp and looked
over a number of promising claims
close to Callente, with the purpose of
investment. He stated before his de
parture for the front that he had two
properties In view here which he arid
his associates would take a bond and
lease on if they could reach equitable
terms with the owners of the proper
ties. a! a
It is reported that an Important mi
ning deal is on tap for some gold-silver
properties down the line, and Eastern
people are expected here Tuesday to
complete their examination of tho
group, nnd if there Is no hitch In the
deal it will be closed with a part cash
The company payrolls left here yes
terday, and it Is probable that f the
"ghost will walk" within about ' ten
AVord has been received from Tom
Marlellas. formerly of this camp, that
he is prospering steadily In his new
home at Cherry Creek, New, where he
bought out a business firm two months
ago. This is satisfactory news to his
friends and acquaintances here.
Charles B. Mooney of lahpcmlng,
Mich., who Is largely Interested In the
copper properties of that- section, Is
looking over properties near here with
a view to Investment. He states that
he has found within half a mile of
camp a good showing of black oxide of
copper, and that Cnllcnte will be sur
prised ere long with a mountain of this
ore which has been lying within Its
gates for years unknown.
Triumphs of Modern Surgery.
Wonderful things, .are done for the
human body by surgery. Organs are
taken out and scraped and polished
and put back, or they may be removed
entirely; bones arc spliced; pipes taku
the place of diseased sections of veins;
antiseptic dressings arc applied to
wounds, bruises, burnt and like in
juries before Inflammation tots In,
which causes them to heel without ma
turation and Is one-third the time re
quired by the old treatment. Cham
berlain's Pain Balm acts on U1I3 prin
ciple. It Is an antiseptic and ivhJn ap
plied to such injuries, cuuses thorn to
hea very quickly. It also allays the
pain and soreness. Keep a bottle of
Pain Balm Jn-our home and- if will
save you time and money, not to.
tlon the inconvenience and .suffering
which such injuries entail. For 'sale
by all leading' drugglstk ' ' " .
Address by Layman
. for iejirsl Time
President Woodrow Wilson Delivers
"Baccnlaureate Sermon, and Ex
President Cleveland Attends.
- ' f
PRINCETON. N. J.. June 12. For.
the first time .in the' history or
H Princeton University, a layman
today 'delivered the baccalaureate
address, the honor being conferred on
President Woodrow Wilson, at the re
quest of the students, In the acsulenilc
procession was former President Cleve
land. Preslden4 AVIlson, In the cour?e ot
his uddrerv. said:
"Many books and homilies have Leon
written for u of late In advocacy of a
simple life, and beneath their sentl
lhcnt lies a noble ami enlightening
tutth. There Is no virtue In a plainly
furnished" room; a little circle of ein
ploytnents, a little group ot friends is
no certain means of grace. The sim
ple grace may be very mean and bs.ro
and unrewarding; what 19 worse, it
may be very selflfh and belittling. The
kernel of the moral Is, simply that
our life Is greater than the things
which we handle and that our life is
in ug, not in our possessions or in our
social or bnsineys engagements'."
EXISTING TROUBLES MAY
, CLEVELAND, O., June 12. The an
nual baccalaureate sermon to the
graduating classes of Adelbert college
and the College for Women of Western
Reserve university, by President
Charles F. Thwing, was delivered to
night In Beckwith memorial church.
Mr. Thwing spoke on the text. "The
Trusteeship of the Gospel." Dr.
Thwing said: "The first element In the
adjustment in the rights nnd duties of
capital and labor Is an understanding
of the rights and duties of both labor
"I sometimes fear that forces now
active may wreak themselves on the
community and again overthrow civil
ization, as It was overthrown In south
ern Europe 1500 years ago. Neither1
this nation nor any of the other ad
vanced peoples of the world has any
patent right to constant progress or to
a lasting existence."
Strenuous to the Breaking1 Point.
PROVIDENCE. R. I., June 12. Tho
one hundred and thirty-sixth com
mencement at Brown unlvorslty began
today with the baccalaureate sermon
delivered by President William H.
Faunce. He took for his text John xx.,
1, "The other disciples did outrun Pe
ter and came first to the sepulchcr
went ho not in."
President Faunce said In part: "We
have marvelbus Inventors, but few sci
entists of the first rank; excellent
writers of school books, but few au
thorities In education; admirable
preachers, but few theologians whose
voices are heard In Europe; slcll If u 1 ex
positors of philosophy, but no thinkers
who rank with those of lands where
thought has time to brood and ripen.
Our nge Its strenuous to the breaking
If sporting men win call at the JCIng
Hardware company they will tell them
of the best place to go fishing.
BALTIMORE, June 12. Cardinal Sa
tolli, after spending the day at the res
idence of Cardinal Gibbons, returned to
New York tonight. He celebrated early
mass at the cathedral this morning.
Cardinal Satolll will leave New York
tomorrow afternoon, with his suite, for
Notre Dame, Ind., where he will nt
tend the commencement of the univer
sity June 1G and 17. On June 17 Car
dinal Satolll will leave Notre Dame for
Washington, with Monslgnoro O'Con
nell, rector of the Catholic university,
remaining In Washington until June 20.
He will dine with Secretary of War
Taft next Saturday night, and ex
pects to call upon President Roosevelt
on the following day. Leaving Wash
ington on Monday, the 20th', ho will go
to the home of Mr. Moloney at Spring
Lake. N. J.
Monslgnore Satolll will visit the St.
Louis World's fair and go thence to
St. Pnul, where he will be the guest of
Archbishop Ireland. It was stated that
Cardinal Satolll's visit to this country
has no political or religious signifi
cance. "He merely came here for rest
and to renew his old personal friend
ship with many persons whom he met
while apostolic delegate at Washing
ton," said one of the prominent divines,
with whom the cardinal spent much of
his time during his stay here.
ALL TEACHERS KNOW WHAT? j
That the Burlington Route Is the' .best
lino to St. Louis, Chicago, Omaha, Kan
fas City and all points Eaat. We have
through car service to all these points.
Call or write for particulars. R. F. Nes
len. Genl. Agt 79 We3t 2nd South St.
LONDON. Juno 12. -The Cunard line an-'
nounces that tho following rates will bo
r Thlrd-clasa fare from Liverpool to Now
York or Boston, by the Campania or the
' Lucanla, $25; by tho Umbria, Elrurla,
Surnla or Saxonla, 513 75; by, tha:.Carpa
thia, or Auranla, $12,50; from Rotterdam,
Hamburg, Bromen or Antwerp to 4 New
A'ork or Boston, $15; prepaid ratoa from
Scandinavian ports, SIS, and prepaid rates
from Brltlsn porta. $15. -
Socoixl-elasa rates from Paris and first
class rates from Paris. Hamburg, Bromen,
.Antwerp or Rotterdam to New York pr
Boston, by all ships of tho lihe, will bo
the same as thoso from London.
Committed Suicide in Ice Box.
ST. LOUIS. Juno 12. "You will find mn
In the Ico box dead," Joseph Bowman
wrote on a small scrap of brown paper,
which he pinned on a walking cane and
stuck in the ground before tho door of an
abandoned' Icehouse ln tho rear of tho
City hospital, wiierc his body was found.
Upon entering tho Ice box the attendants
found that. Bowjiuip had.fltraiiBlod himself--with
a smnll cord attached .to ji. hook In.
the top of Ctio Ico bor
Pretty Faces . -.
' if Mcieri,
Chicago School Teachers -Ave Not
Employed Because They Are -Good
Special to The Tribune, . ' '
CHICAGO. June ll-Chicago" teachers
arc not employed beraua of their
good looks, though 'most of them aro
very good-looking, but tho Impres
sion ioems to be aul that It Is good' looks
thnt goes. .
During thi week "ten pretty scliool
ma'amri niallp photographs to tho Board
of Education' along with dainty nppllca-'
tlons for appointment an teachers.
Supeiintf ndent. Cooley turned the ap
plications over to Assistant ..Superintend
ents .Roberts and Megan, and, being un-'
married, mry were suspected by other em
ployees of having advertised for a wife.
The young men had a lot of explaining
to do, but they made good by producing
spme of tho letters.
It was decided that beauty will not bo
permitted to count in the employment of
teachers, though it Is not undesirable, and.
the photographs were respectfully . re
turned In such cases that the application
MAN FOUND DEAD
IN A FREIGHT CAR
BAKER CITY. Or.. June 12 Thomas
AV. Suttie, a restaurant cook, was
found dead In a box-car on an Oregon
Railroad & Navigation company freight
train near Weatherby this morning.
The head brakeman saw; a manL appa
rently asleep, In a box-car, and, think
ing to awaken him, discovered the man
was dead. The man's face was bruised
and there was blood in I1I9 moutk and
ears. . An. inquest was held when the
train reached thla place, the verdict
being that the deceased came to his
death by some means unknown to the
Jury. The appearance of .the body
seems to indicate that death resulted
from a fall, as there is no evidence of
a beating. Suttie' was slightly known
here, having worked a short time at
a restaurant in this city. Tho officers
are making a careful Investigation
here and at Huntington to. obtain some
clue ay to the real cause of death.
WASHINGTON. June 12.-President-Rooauvolt
accepted on behalf of the Gov
ernment a bionze statue of. Benjamin
Rush, the eminent phyclclan and states
man nnd signer of the Declaration of In
dependence. The statue Is the gift of tho
American . Medical association, erected in
the grounds of the United States naval
museum of hygiene and medical school.
AVASHINGTON. Juno 12.-Almost dou
ble the usual amount of work devolves up
on the Immigration service on account. of
the pending rate war among trans-Atlan-tlc
steamship -lines. Some of the lines aro
now bringing Immigrants-from Europe to
this country for $10,
ST. LOUIS. June 32. After going over
the evidence taken at tho Inquest over
Manuel Ccrevn. the bull. fighter, who was
killed by E. Carleton Bass, the American
matador, AVednesday. the proocutlng at
torney decided to release Bass. The evi
dence showed that Bass had acted In self
defense In shooting Cereva, who was rush
ing oO him with a butcher knife when the
shot wus fired. ...
HOUSTON, Tex . June 12. Conventions
were held In alt the counties of Texas yes
terday to select delegates to the State
convention, which In turn will send dele
gates to tho Democratic National conven
tion at St. Louis. Returns show thut tho
Parker forces have been successful.
TIEN TSLN. June 12. It" is reported that
tho Chun Chus are stronglv organizing In
tho district of Hsln Hlngtung arid Kou
pangtzu, with the object of wrecking the
Russian railway. The bandits are suld to
be 2000 In number, dlvidod Into threo
bodies and led by five Japanese. Tho
Russians evacuated tho above-named dis
tricts on Juno C.
CHEFOO, Juno 12. Chines arrlvng
from Port Arthur state that a battle was
fought June 9 within seven miles of tho
inner forts of Port Arthur. Tho Japanese
licet supported the Japanese armv from
the cast coast of Llao Tung peninsula
Conditions in Port Arthur are said to be
TOKIO, Juno 12. The foreign military
attaches who are to accompany the sec
ond Japanese army have been selected.
Among thoso' ehosen are Capti 'J. B.
Kuhu and Capt. J. E. Morrison of the
United Suites army: Gen. Sir AVIlllam
Nicholson and Cols. Tulloch, Baldane and
MacPherson of tho Brlllsh army.' nnd
Cnpt. Thacker of tho Canadian forces.
SAN FRANCISCO, Juno 12. The
steamship Redondo arrived todav, twenty
half days from Pctropavlovskl.-w'llh a car
go of furs, valued at $250,000. The Rc
dondon Is uridcr charter to the Kamschat
ka Commercial Industrial company, a
Russian fur trading organization. This
company's steamer Katlk waH sH::ed by
tho Japanese at the opening df hostilities.
APPLETON. AVIs.. Juno 12. The first
attempt to break the paper mill 'strike in
the Fox River valley will be made on
Monday, on the bailor of the manufactur
ers that the union Is unable to get support
In tho AA'Isconsln River valley, where a
strike Is also threatened. Tho companies
will endoavor to start mills.
TOKIO. Juno 12, 3 p. m. The military
commission assigned to bury .the Russian
dead In the battle of Nanshan hill al Kln
chou'.'May 2'J. presented Its final report
It was found that ten Russian officers
and CCl men who fell In the battle had
been carefully burled, and thirty men
were buried by the outposts, making tho
total number of killed left behind by tho
TOKIO. June 12. Rear . Admiral Togo
reports that on Tuesday, a part of the
fleet1 bombarded tho west coast of tho
Lino Tung peninsula near Kal Chau and
drove back a military" train that was ap
proaching southward. No trains have been
seen since, Tho enemy was moving In
troops and erecting works, evidently ex
pecting a landing of the Japanese at that
point and making all preparations to pre
CAPE . MAY. N. J Juno 12. E,. A
Streavlg. about 30 years old, editor of the '
"Capo May Aravo. wax drowned In the
ocean today while, bathing.. His home
was In Hanover, Pa. . ,
NEAV .YORK. J.uno 12. The. American
line steamer Philadelphia, which arrived
from Southampton and Cherbourg,
brought 719 steerage passengers, who paid
tho low-ralor of $10 passage money.
PUEBLO. Colo.. June 12. Gilbert P.
Dodge 'it-Ilvory-keeper, shot and killed
his wlfo nnd Mrs. Maud McKlnlcv on the
principal business street of this 'city Inst
night. Thi wonfon were sitting In n car
riage In front of a fish market. Dodgo
dismounted from a horse on which ho
wns riding, shot ono woman In tho hend
and the olher In the heart,1 nnd, then tried
to! kill himself, but did not succeed beforo
disarmed by the police.,
THE ELKS' OFFICIAL TRAIN
leaves SaLt Lake City for.Pr.avo.. via
"THE SALT LAKE ROUTE" at 8:30
a. m. Wednesday, June 16. Don't ii,!-. n.
Fills Vinegar Jug With Gasoline
- Which Was Poured Into a' .
; Hot Skillet.
K-jVNSAS CITY, June I2.f-A mistakp
of a grocer In filling a customer's
Jug with . gasoline when vinegar
, was asked for, results In an ex
plosion at the home of.Anlone Scljoon
In thla city tonight, 'which caused tbc
rleatli of one person nnd Injury to three
olhe.rs. . The dead:
. Mrsr.Barbara Schoen, nged G2 years.
Injured: Helen Schoen, agfttl 4 years,
burned on right side, condition serious;
Antonio Schoen and Charles Schoen,
hands? severely burned.
Mrs. Schoen bought .what she be
lieved 'to be a jug of vinegar at a. gro-,
eery store, and In preparing, dinner, she
poured a portion of the Jug's contents
into a hot skillet. 'Instantly there-was
cn explosion which enveloped her in
flames and set fire to the'house. Rosa
Schoen, who wan In .the room, was
badly burned before herbrothers res
cued her. An tone and Charles -Schoen
were burnpd in their efforts to save
Mrs. 'Schoen and the little girl.
, Mrs. Schoen died at the hospital sev
eral hours after the accident. The gro
cer of whom .Mrs. Schoen .said Phe
had made her purchase denied that she
had been in ills store. '
HAPPENINGS ABROAD f
PANAMA, June 12. L'Etolle do Tana
ma, tho French newspaper which has been
published hero since tho organization of
the old Panama Canal company, was Is
sued for tho last time this morning.
PARIS. Jun,c .12. Rear-Admiral Parker
expects to leave Lisbon Juno lGth for Gi
braltar, whore tho squadron -will remain
until the Morocco incident Is settled. On
tho arrival there of tho Illinois and Mis-,
souri.the squadron vll consist of filx 'of
the most modern battleships, besides the
two 'squadrons of ' cruhers and gunboats
now at Tangier.
BELGRADE, June 12. The" anniversary
of the murder of King Alexander and
Queen Draga was observed by. the cele
bration of a requiem mass at St. 'Mark's
ohurch. Great preparations' were rrtndb to
repress. counter demonstrations threatened
by tho' rcgleldes, but the rollglous cere
mony passed off quietly. . .
BARCELONA, " June 12. Jbh'quinih Ml-'
'guel Artnl, who on April 12 attempted to
assassinate Premier Maura way found
guilty and sentenced to seventeen years'
imprisonment. He declared that ho. acted
on an Irresistible Impulse to attack Sopor
Maura In order to avenge the proletarians
who were tho victims ot Governments!
ROME, June 12. The Pope discussed at
length with Secretary Merry dej Aral and
other cardinals the Franco-Vatican -situation.
His holiness took Occasion to speak
of tho report of Mgr. LorenzcllI, papal
nuncio at Paris, In which tho nuncio said
that not the jc-as,t step. has, been taken by
the French , Government In tho direction
of a rapnroachmcmt or even to soften the
existing strained relations.
B. P. 0. E. EXCURSION; i J
Via D. & Pv. G. Pv. R., to Provo, June H
14, 15, 16, 17. I! J
1 Fare $LQ0 for the round trip. Every- '- " rlvl
body Invited. Five fast trains dally. '.. IS 91
SPECIAL LARGE DIAJilOND SALE. ' j j
' (2 to 3 Carat Stones.)1 - ; tllll
Monday from 2 to G p. m. I will offer '- JlSf I?
the above. at prices that cannot be du- llilwSt'
plicated again. AV. W. HALL. u'Tj!
. "AT THE HOTELS. -'Vi? 1
The Cullen. ' il l
Arrivals at the Cullen yesterday wore: ' IwB!
J. F. Bradshaw, Canada; John Shields, ' If Ri
C. O. Hansberger, Park City; J. M. Lar- jVH til
son. Clifton, Ida.; J. M. Darling and wlfo, 'mISd
Bollingham, Wash.; S. Ar. Grain, M. J. Mill
Calleh and wife, J. S. James, Denver; M. nftlSS
Raymond, Thistle Junction; C. E. Robin- 'wSfill
son, Denver; Ethel Service, Pocatello; F. -1 SKJii
AV. AA'lckman, Mount Clair, N. Y.; Mrs. ,''3Rj3P
D. E. Leary" and daughter, Park City; C. jji
H. Lawrence. Denver; Carlos Hoist, J. lift In I
F. Butcher, Ogden. .
Salt Lako City hlvo No. I held regular
review last Tuesday evening and every
body that attended had a good time. The
memorial committee had their services In
Odd Fellows hall Sunday' evening June
12. and thoprogramme for tho occasion wan
well -rendered. The-speaker' of the even-"
Ing was John P. Meakln, and tho soloist
Fred Graham. The deijo'ratlons were Old
Glory, palms and flower and colors of the'
Utonlan tent No. 12. K. O. T. M., at. ILi
last review elected the following officers
to serve for the ensuing term. Command-
er, Sidney AV. Patterson; lieutenant com
mander, Thomas P. Harris; record and
finance keeper. J. B. AAllklns; chaplain.,
Sheridan IL Smith; sergeant; Milton J.
Routbard: master-at-arms. Thos. Nalsh;
first master of guards. E..J. L'unncn; sec
ond master of guards, F. A. Dufra; senti
nel, A. MeJIn; picket, AV. D. Barraclough.
On AVednesday next, June 15, this tont
holds Its nnnual excursion at Castllla
Springs. No regular review -will be held
on that day.
P. N. G. Club.. .
Mrs. Isadoro Fox entertained tho P. N.
G. club at her home Thursday, 'Juno 9.
The aftcrnoo'n was spent In transacting
buslnosa pertaining to the club, after
which "the members listened to a Bhort
programme. 'Very- charmlnjc was tho
vocal selection rendered by Mrs., Cromp
ton, nnd a reading was also given by Mrs
M. B. Hardle with telling cfTcct. At tho
conclusion of tho progrnnimo tho hostess,
assisted by Mrs. Moore, served rer
freshmi-nts. Thoso present weic: Mes
dames Maroney, Jefforlcs. Ulmcr. Nlckcr
son, Geary. AVatklns, Allen, ' Bowman,
Coker, ' Hadle'y. Farrisworth, SUUhelmor,
Owen, Darke, Bcrryman, Eberly,' Pendlb
ton, Boes, Crompton, Harvey, Moore,
Skylor, Hardle. Fox and Mrs. Ilornung of
The-programme1 to bo-given at tho I. O.
O. F. hall. Market street, -this ovonlng in
honor of the visit of Col. JoluijL. Hand
Icy, -supremo vice-president of the Fra
ternal Union of America, will lncludo a
soprano solo by Miss Connie McCalllster.
bowl and ocorlna selection by Sam and
Frank Barrcll; barltono solo, John
James; piano solo by llttlo Miss Loyshon;
solo on tho German auto harp. Prof. Wal
ter Henzl. Quite a number of othor woll
known artists will also tako part. Col.
Handley will make a talk on "Kraternnl
ism." Miss Lillian James will bo tho ac
companist. The affair Is being given un
dor the auspices - of Evergreon:' lodge,
which, through Its committee, extends a
heurty Invitation to tho public to attend.
Admission will bo free.
"("Members of, tho Miriam, Robekah lodge
gave a china shower In honor ,of Miss Nel
lie Sharrock on AVednesday afternoon at
,the I. O. O. F. hall. Tho musical prO
'gram wao greatly appreciated, also tho
dainty rcfroshun'MH served by1. the ladles.'
Those preacnt were: Mosdamcfl Jeffries,
Creager. Orlob, Meukln, Mooro, Coker,
Brlnton, Schonck. Bcrryman, Frlck, Cra
mer, Soper, Stevens,' Loppor. Canning;'
Misses Elliot. Frlck, Canning, Nellie Can
ning. Mooro,. Darko, Watrotis and Murphy.
Order of Washington.
On Wednesday; ovonlng,tharo:will :be an
open meeting and ebtertalnment, followed'
by ,nn Informal dance. Members will be
' G. A. R. "
At a regular meeting of GQorga R; Max- '
well post .No. 5, Q. A. -R., held "Thursday,
thero- was'tt large attendanco arid'a larjee
amount of business tranfjactiHl - -r-n 1
tlon was adopted, the C" . . : 1, . 1 j
Canine.. Crosses . HI
Woes Afoot I
Did.'aTot Think; Woll of Portland,
'and Returns to His Omaha
Special to-Tho Tribune, . . "' j, fBii
CKMAT.IA. Neb., Juno 12. Jerry Sulll,- Hi
I U, van, formerly sexton of Holy Sepuf- UM
Jj cher cemetery, moved to Portland a.
- .year. ago and. took with him a Now- K'
found'land dog. jB'
Tho dog did not like his now home, dc- 9B
dined to cat, and ono day disappeared. Q8'
Nothing moro 'was heard of him until a" Vfli
short lima ago, whcn ho appeared in Omd- Vim.
Gaunt and- Shaggy, with cockle burrs jljrS
matted hi his tall,' bis feet badly blistered, jjfW
it was evident that tho dog had covered olp
at least a. large part of the long Journey Y$M
on foot. Some kind frlond had bound his Mull
. two fore feet with rags. Over tho rags was HSw
a piece of leather cut from a boot top, Wm
and' each pleco of leather was worn !;''!
. When he reached Omaha tho animal wilt
wont'strnlght to tho houso where his mas- Ijjjllt
tor had lived. Finding strangers thero he ScRll
whined dfomnlly and soon llmpod sadly Jwifl
away. Ho is being cared for by a nclgb- mlmi
borbut refuses to be fully comforted. The ' Vttstli
owner la In Portland and has bcon com- j'jjttj
May Change Building Plans. ' " i if al
MEXICO CITY, June 12. If the plan? fl mil
of tho Chihuahua & Pacific railroad HllliS
are not impossible of completion by SiWll
reason of the ruggedness of the coun- Bltlll
try from the Sierra Madre to the Pa- ISiffll
clfic coast, the road will be extended Mlwf
to the west coast in the direction north- Wiw
wept from Guerrero, Chihuahua, and '' sffifflS
crossing the great divide at Temosachie. SEmSj
The road is mainly owned by Grant tmfPP
B. Schlpy, the Morton Trust company a$iW
and Oliver H. Payne of New York. 'W
Rev. Elmer I. Goshen, pastor of the fwff I
First Congregational church, for tho me- ivlM I
mortal sermon and services rendered on Ij
Sunday, May 29. on the occasion of Me- ' Jflfl A
I morlal day. 5 ji Ij t
James I?. McKean post No. 1 meets to- tjy r
morrow night and as It . Is expected that. 'fll
there will be veterans to muster as com- " 1 K Bf r
rades the officers deslro a large attend-- , jt
anco of tho members and comrades off-, PlSlil
other posts. Thoso who intend to accom- 1 iltflll
pany tho comrades on tho trip to Jark 31 ft
City on June 21 will confer a favor, on the! ! fi It If
department ..officers by notifying them' CvUlt
thereof. MRj 1
I. O. O. F. ,:i ,f
Oquirrh encampment No. 1, will have- a 1 iili'lt
meeting of Interest to the patriarchs .on. Iff M I
tomorrow evening as there are ' Several , tim t
candidates for tho patriarchal degree. The ;)! I
degree-staff will bo In "readiness and othor ,
members aro expected to asslat In -the' VnTt I
work. . 4 . jjf p 1
Ladies of the Maccabees. . jf 1
view -Tuesday at 2-.S0 p. m. Tho AVcst Sidu f jRl
will banquet tho East Side. Quito a num- Hilt
ber of ladles expect to accompany the ' ill
knights to Castllla the 15th. Memorial day '1 t4JJ
was fittingly observed Sunday last, four f rIIj
cars being necessary to carry all members , ' Mil
to the different cemeteries. Two more , . atlfi
ladles are added to our list of departed this.
year Lady Lincoln and Lady Madsen. j
Degree of Pocahontas. f. Ml
The- degree held regular meeting last ! j Im 1
Saturday evening with Pocahontas Cnrrlo . . SP Mn! t
Herlnger on tho stump. Sister Hollls ro- .( SUj
turned to the reservation after a visit jjfjl
to Ogden. Brother and Sister Brlnton arc t K'll
out again. On tho eighteenth sun of hot ? MNJjl
moon thero will be nominations of officers . st SI
for tho coming six moons. All arc re- if sy B
quested to bo present at the kindling of ' li
tho council brand on tho eighteenth sun ' .S
of hot moon .at tho ejghth run of the ' '
sleep. il It
Women of Woodcraft. ! m II1
Sail Lake circle No. 559 had an election v $ SI
of officers last AVednesday evening. The !" gfi jj
following wero chosen to serve for tho ( i 3S 31
'coming term: Past guardian neighbor, mil
Rose AVood; guardian neighbor, Nellie t m Jf
Mahlo: adviser. Margaret Shay; attend- j n a
ant. Sarah Ca7ming: banker, Anna. AVU- ' m ii
son: Inner sentinel. Elizabeth Shea; outer- m
sentinel. Mrs. Forester. After election' " -e m j
two candidates wore Introduced into tho m i
order. A large number of members wcro , 1 w ,ij
present. , Mil
The J. B. McKean AV. R. C. will have j i i I
their next-social at Mrs. Short's home, G3 , " IMJ
Eighth East, on Thursday afternoon, ! lj !
June 1G- ; i
George R. Maxwell W. R. C. will hold "
Us regular meeting Arednosdny afternoon , ij IH
at 2:30. sharp. , All members are requested , Zij
to be present. AMsItors madoSvelcome. ( -vl (
Fraternal Brotherhood. &l I
Utahv lodge No.. 3G5 of the . Fraternal f ffji
Brotherhood will hold Its regular meeting 3iLM
on Friday night in Electrical AVorkers' fM m
hall. A full attendance is desired, as tho 'JHSlM
regular, semi-annual election of officers vj IpIMMI
will bo held at that time. 'f
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