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I f HAPPENINGS OF A DAY IN UTAiil
: TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE,
HSG Washington Ave. Telephone HI.
I MYSTERY WITH NO CLEW
CONFRONTS OGDEN POLICE
special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, July 4 Policemen tvero treat
ed to a novel exhibition at the police sta
tion this morning. A juggler named Can
ning, performing" at the. Lyceum theater,
showed his contempt for handcuffs and
leg irons by slipping out of them Hlto an-,
el. The exhibition was given In the city
tall in the presence of Chief Browning and
nhor members of the force. Two pairs
Df handcuffs were placed on the wrists of
banning, locking his arms behind hie
oack. An Oregon boot was then. placed
in his left leg and a leg iron on the other.
Canning then stepped Into the Chief's pri
vate office, closed the door, and in Jive
minutes . emerged free. How ho did tho
crick Is" a. ryystcry to -the police,
Darrell Greenwell, son of John Grecn
svell, was bndly burned about the face at
his homo on Twenty-fourth street this
morning.,, Tho .lad was. firing a toy can
non, when .the thing exploded premature
ly, blowing the burning powder into the
boy's-' face. Tie Is badly burned, and at
first It was thought that the sight of both
tycs had been destroyed. Fortunately,
however, one eye is safe and probably tho
Five arrests? have been made by Deputy
Sheriff Sobrlng for fast driving in Ogden
canyon. Tho officers have determined to
stop reckless driving through tho canyon,
and will prosecute every offender discov
Chris and Oscar Flygnre, Mr. and Mrs.
Orson Badger. A. M. Trlb9 and Thomas
T. Foley leave to morrow morning for a
Iwo weeks' hunting and fishing trip to
, Blacksmith fork.
Alfred Morritt, a laboring man brought
!n from the Southern Pacific, died at the
The Fire department was called out -to
two small blazes tonight, one In a house
on Twenty-fifth. street, where some dobrls
hnd caugjit fire, but no damage was done.
Fire crackers were tho cause. Thp other
was a grass fire on Adams avenues
H PROVO CELEBRATES FROfW
H DAYLIGHT TO MIDNIGHT
B Special to. The Tribune.
PROVO, July A. The day opened with
H a salute of thirteen guns at daybreak,
Hj and' the Stars and Stripes were raised and
HJ saluted at sunrise. The day was bcautl-
Hj ful, and the- continued bang of the flrc-
H cracker and tho report of dynamite in-
j Qlcated that the boys had a glorious time.
K The races resulted as follows:
j 100-yard dosh, won by William Boshard,
Hj prize, t5; 50-yard, for smajl boys, won by
j tlob Duscnbcry, prize GO cents; ond-fourth
j mile foot race, llr.U prlzo $5, won by Al-
1 bcrt Rasmusscn, second prlzo $2.50, won
H by William Boshard; mile blcyclo race,
i aon by Frank Graham, prize to. Charles
Hi A.rchlbold second, 52. uO. Ornn Walker won
Hl tho boys' raco, prlzo 50 .cents. Half-mile
K foot race, Albert Rasmusscn llrst, J5;
B 'Jll Knudson second, ?2.C0.
H -The parade, which was under tho di-
rcction of John U. Buchl as marshal of
tho day, started promptly at 10 o'clock,
j rho special features were the "Goddess of
Liberty," "Columbia," "Utah," and tho
"Thirteen Original States." Theso were
represented by Pearl Jones, Lizzie Sum
H) ner, Nnna Bean, and thirteen lltllo girls,
1 Members of the Black Hawk war were
llao In line. The programme at the Tab
H icnaclo wan a success In every particular
Mayor Roylauco presided, and tho follow
B mg programme was carried out:
B America was sung by choir and congre-
H ration. Prayer was ottered by Rev. S. IJ.
Bogdwln. "Tho Flag Without a Stain"
M va3 sung by tho Fifth ward juvenile
B ' :hpir. Mayor Roylancc made the open-
ing Hpeech, giving brlcfiy a few of tho
B most prominent events In the history of
!he country. "My Native Land" was
sung by Miss Llzzlo Evans, The Doclara-
H Clon of Independence was read by Mrs.
H Pearl Yates. "Sword of Bunker HIU" was
j recited by A. C. Lund.
K Andrew B. Morgan dellvored the ora-
H '.Ion. He reviewed the history and results
B jf Oliver Cromwell's achievements, also
tho results of organized effort under Na-
H polcon In the French wars. Washington
m ivas typified as being tho greatest statcs-
H man of the world, and special tribute paid
H to him for unsolflshifesH, The Influence
B 3f Washington was likened to tho Amerl-
B Israelites an inspiration which is felt
H throughput the land and permeates even
B Therf was music by Provo band, fol-
l owed by the reading of toasts and sentl-
K' Jionts by Prof. L. E. Egerlson. "The
i atar-Spnnglcd Banner" was sung by Miss
B Pearl Borcn
Hi In tho evening thcro was a display of
H lrcworks and nolao until midnight.
JULY 4 PROVES GALA
DAY AT AMERICAN FORK
Special to The Tribune.
AMERICAN FOR. July A'r-Tho cele
bration hero proved to bo a gala day for
the people of American Fork and neigh
boring settlements. It proved to be one
of tho greatest celobrntlons ever held In
American Fork, but there was one thing
that was noticeably absent, and that was
Tho celebration began at daybreak by
the firing of cannon, under the direction
of Col. Heber Huggard and Capt. James
Blood, followed at sunrise by hoisting of
Hag by MaJ. Crookston, accompanied by
the Provo brass band and American Fork
Btrlng band, which scronaded until S
Tho tolling of many bells was heard
from 0 to 0:30 a. m. At 0:30 the citizens
began assembling at the opera-house, and
by 10 o'clock the house was packed to tho
doors with people who listened with
great Interest to the rendition of the fol
Master of ceremonies, S. L. Chlpman;
music by Bromley's orchestra; prayer by
Chaplain William M. Bromley; singing of
"America" by choir and congregation;
brief address by James H. Clarke; "Star
Spangled Banner," by Miss Edith Hind
ley: reading Declaration of Independence
by W. E. Robinson; "Hall Liberty Chief
tain," under direction of Prof. Mark Rob
inson: oration, F. A. Japkson; singing,
Ladles' quartette; recitation. Miss Ida
Forbes: patriotic Bpeech by Rev.. Wlldman
Murphy;- singing by male quartette;
toasts and sentiments under direction of
Prof J. B Forbes; closing song by choir;
benediction by chaplain; music by brass
In the afternoon there were all kinds
of sports, such as foot racing, bicycle rac
ing and hurdle racing, Jumping, high
kicking, and kicking that wasn't so high.
At 3:30 p. m. the hurley miners from
Mammoth crossed sticks with tho cham
pions of Alpine stake for a $40 prlzo to
The day closed with a ball at Anollo
Representatives of the day were: MI93
Rebecca Snider, "Goddess of Liberty;"
Miss Mac Wagstaff, "Utah," and John
By Miller as "Uncle Sam."
Within a few days Arthur DIckcrson
will have ready for public demonstration
the steam engine on which he has secured
b'oth United States and foreign patents.
The englno is of a rotary pattern, and
with which the Inventor claims he can
effect a saving in fuel and steam, doing
with ten pounds of steam what it wllj
take 100 pounds of steam to do with tho
Miss Jessie Morrison of Benjamin spent
the Fourth with Miss La Prlel Gardner.
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Bcebe of Provo are
spending a few days here.
William Robinson ,of Bingham Canyon
was down to spend the Fourth with his
Mr and Mrs. Thomas A. Lee spent tho i
Fourth In Salt Lake City.
Adolph Nellsen, who had ' tho misfor
tune to have his knee can dislocated, is
able to be around on crutches.
SIMPLE REMEDY F02 CATARRH.
Just Breathe Hyomel Four Times a
Dny and Be Cured. .
If a fe years ago porno one had s?ald
you can cure catarrh by breathing air
charged with a healing balsam, the idea
would have been ridiculed, and It re
mained for that eminent Investigator,
R. T. Booth, to discover in Hyomel this
method of cure.
Hyomel has performed almost mirac
ulous cures of catarrh, and Is today rec
ognized by leading members of the med
ical profession ap the only advertised
remedy that can be relied upon to do
Just what it claims. The completo out
fit of Hyomel costs but 51.00 and con
sists of an Inhaler, a medicine dropper
and a bottle of Hyomel.
Breathe Hyomel through the Inhaler
for a few minutes four times a day and
It will cure the -worst case of catarrh.
It soothes and heala the mucous mem
brane of the air passages, prevents Irri
tation, and effects a complete and last
In Salt Lake there are scores of well
known people who have been cured of
catarrh' by Hyomel. If It does not cure
you F. C. Schramm will return the
' money you paid for Hyomel. This Is
he stiongest evidence that can be of
fered as 'to his faith In the remedy.
! PARK CITY 1
j TRIBUNE BUREAU, J
jj 121 N. Main Street Telephone 75. n
PARK DECORATED' AND
Special to The Tribune.
PARK CITY. July A. It Is the opinion
of a great many that the celebration held
hero today was tho best that tho camp
ever witnessed. Tho business portion of'
tho town was one continuous mass of red,
white and blue, and nine-tenths of the
lesldcnces also were profusely yet taste
fully decorated with the National colors,
while tho American flag Is floating from
nearly every business houso and prlvato
homo J,n the city. The stores were closed
and every mine shut down for two or
three days and there was nothing to do
but Jo make tho day a glorious one.
Few persons left the camp to celebrate
elsewhere and tho streets were thronged
from early morning. Notwithstanding
tho crowds, tho best of order prevailed.
In a camp such as this the greatest
dangert on an occasion of thlB Kind Is
from lire; but the city officers have
shown their appreciation of such danger
by taking every necessary precaution to
prevent a conilagrntion. For a week a
force of men has been at work clearing
tho streets and alleys of all rubbish and
during the entire day the chemical cnglnu
and hose carts stood in readiness for Im
mediate action with a band of volunteer
firemen near at hand. Tho genoral com
mittee and all subcommittees worked hard
and faithfully, and nothing was left un
done to make the day a success.
Early this morning tho firing of anvils
and thp martial music of the drum corps
as It paraded the principal streets aroused
the people and It was not long until Main
street was crowded with men, women
At 10 o'clock sharp the parado began,
the line-up being as follows- Mounted po
lice, mounted llagbearer. marshal and his
aides. Park City military band, Grand
Army of the Republic, Spanish-American
veterans. Mayor and City Council, car of
state, followed by various fioats, citizens
In carrlnges and on horseback, tho Park
City drum corps, secret orders and unions,
Park City FIro department, horribles and
school children. On no former occasion
have there been so many in line, nor did
the parade ever present a better nppear
nnce. Tho line of march was up Park
avenue to the head of Main street, down
Main street to Ilebor avenue, and counter
march nn Main street to tho band stand,
whore the following exercises were held:
Music Park City Military Band".'
Tho Declaration of Independence James
Oration Dan B Shields. i
Song Quartette. '
Musle Park City Military Band. i
In the afternoon various sports and
contests were held on Main street These
consisted of foot races, sack races, egg
races. Jumping and many others to make
the small boy as well as the older ones
happy. The most exciting contest was
the race between the two hose companies
Tor a prize of $25. The company from tho
First ward won the prize, making tho run
of 200 yards, attaching tho hoso and hav
ing a stream of water playing all In 1
minutes and C seconds.
Four teams entered tho drilling contest
for $75 first prize and ?5 second prize. Tho
llrst prlzo was won by Kelly and Lcroy,
inches, 10 minutes.
The second prize was won by McClel
land and Fullen, 17 Inches, 10 minutes.
In the ovenlng the city was Illuminated
by a display of fireworks from Mount
Mnsolc, and tho festivities were closed by
a ball at Maplo hall.
The celebration In genoral today demon
strates beyond a doubt that Park City Is
still an active, wlde-awako mining camp.
William Plckort, salesman In the M.
S. Asbelm Mercantile Clothing company,
met with a painful accident this after
noon. A companion of Plckert's lighted
a cannon cracker rnd threw It toward
the middle of tho street. Instead of gobig
Into tho street it fell upon tho sidewalk
and failed to explode. Plckert then picked
it up and just as ho did so It exploded,
blowing tho first finger off his right hand
at the second Joint and otherwise lacer
ating his hand. It also tore a great hole
in his clothing and burned his nbdbmen
quite seriously. Tho Injured man was
taken to the offico of Dr. Ward, whoro
his wounds were dressed by Drs. Ward.
Hofmer and Lo Compte. It Is thought
that, aside from the loss of a finger, no
further permanent Injury will result.
A fire scare took place at 5 o'clock this
afternoon when a small boy touched a
lighted match lo tho hunting in front of
M. D. Herberts' drug store. A fire alarm
was turned in and the llro whistle caused
great 'consternation for a few minutes
among tho crowd on Main street. How
ever, before tho englno reached the store
the bunting had been torn from the build
ing and thrown Into the strcot.
Had a Narrow Escape.
Special to The Tribune.
MODENA. July 4. R. C. Lund. Jr., of
the firm of B. J. Lund & Co. of Modena,
had a narrow escape Saturday while
cleaning a revolver preparatory to start
ing on a hunting expedition. Mr. Lund
did not know It was loaded. Much to his
surprise a ball flew out of tho barrel and
a fragment of the bullet passed through
his hand. Ho left yesterday on his annual
vacation for tho Pine valley country,
where he will spend several weeks In trout
fishing and hunting.
Now Indian Agency Physician.
Spcclul to The Tribune.
FORT HALL AGENCY, Ross Fork.
I Ida., July -I Dr. Frank II . Pool, who has
been acting as school physician at tho
Fort Shaw Indian Training school, has
been appointed agency physician at tho
Fort Hall agency, vice Dr. T. M. Bridges,
resigned. Dr. Bridges has gone Into pri
vate practice with Dr. La Rue of Idaho
Winners Drilling- Contests at Eureka.
Special to Tho Tribune.
EUREKA, July 1. Tho result of tho
drilling contests hero today follows:
Double-handed Ed Lewis and John
Mlngerotto. 3G?i Inches; Charley Peterson
and Charles Sampsor?;' 2S inches; Theo
dore Nelson and William Andrews, 30&
i Inches; time. 13 minutes.
Single-handed John Mlngcrottl, 19'
inches; Thomas Mansfield. 15 0-10 Inches;
i time of contest. 15 minutes.
loyer Allowed to
Furnish Bail Bond
Taken From Cripplo Creek to Denver
for Purpose of Obtaining
CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo., July 4.
Sheriff Edward Bell took Charles
H. Moyor, president of the West
ern Federation of Mlner9, to Den
vor today, where he will be permitted
to furnish sureties In the sum of $10,000
on the information charging- him with
murder and conspiracy to murder, In
connection with the Victor riot on June
G In which two men were killed. Sher
iff Bell also takes capiases for William
Haywood, secretary-treasurer of the
Western Federation; A. G. Paul, sec
retary of the Cripple Creek Mlnere
union, and all the members of the ex
ecutive board of the federation, who
are accused of responsibility for the
Victor Y'lence- Is not known
whether Moyer will be released after
furnishing bonds or be brought back
to Cripple Creek on some new charge.
MOYER ARRIVES IN DENVER.
All Preliminaries for Supplying a
Bond in Sum of S10,000 Is
DENVER, July 4. In charge of Sher
iff Edward Bell of Teller county and
a deputy, Charles H. Moyer, president
of the Western Federation of Miners,
arrived In this city from Cripple Creek
tonight. Moyer was brought here for
tho purpose of securing his freedom on
bond. None of the officers of the fed
eration were at the depot to greet him,
although a crowd was sathered on the
depot platform, In which was a group
of deported Cripple Creek and Tellu
rlde miners. The only demonstration
occurred ay Sheriff Bell and his charge
were stepping on. a street-car. Three
cheers for Moyer were called for, and
given with zest. The party went at
once to a hotel and registered.
Sheriff Bell said that nothing would
be done in the matter of Moyer's bond
until tomorrow. It Is understood that
all preliminaries to supplying bond for
J10.000 have ben arranged and that to
morrow the formaL signing of the bond
will occur and Moyer he set free.
Moyer has been confined a.v a mili
tary and civil prisoner for 102 days. He
Is at present charged with murder and
conspiracy, and assault with intent to
commit murder, as a result of the riot
at Victor, Colo., the day following the
Independence explosion. Tho Informa
tlons filed against Moyer arc the out
growth of a circular issued by the old
executive board of the Western Federa
tion of Miners, and are based on the
Illinois case of August Spies, who,
though far away from the scenes of
the Haymarket riot, was held equally
guilty -with the actual participants be
cause of certain writing and speecKcs
which, .it was claimed, Incited others
Sheriff Bell has a half-dozen or more
warrants against other federation of
ficials, whose names he refused to dis
close, which, he says, he will serve to
morrow. It Is the understanding that
the persons concerned have arranged to
furnish bond immediately after service
of the warrants.
Special to The Tribune.
WEISER, Ida., July 4. The Socialists
of Idaho are holding their State con
vention In this city.
About thirty delegates arc present,
every portion of tho State being repres
ented. R. H. Clark of Idaho Falls was
elected temporary chairman, and E. L,
Rlgg of Glenn's Ferry, secretary. Later
the temporary organization was made
permanent and a committee on resolu
Bookie Is Relieved II
of a Fortune i I
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Bold Highwayman Holds Up a '
Sporting Han and Sccuros ' j
VAN COUVER, B: C, July 4 W. H. J
Qulnn, a bookmaker at the horsa1 '
races here, while driving In a
hack with three others, was held j j
up at the point of a revolver by a high- ) i
wayman. and J8G0O In bills and silver j
was taken from him. The highwayman j
escaped. a i
Visitor Has Smallpox. f
Joseph Wilson, a visitor to Salt Lakolli
from Bonneville, was taken to the isolap
lion hospital with smallpox esterJayM
morning. Ho is 21 years of age and hasM
no home. "jS
Jodge Beer ta3M5ft 1
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Brilliancy, the point3 of excellence contained in A. B. C. DEER, I i
: mark it as the one perfect beer brewed. , 1
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l R. M. GURNSEY, Wholesale Dealer. 1 jm
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LAIvIv eyes this way
I FOR TODAY MARKS THE BBQIININJINQ OF THE GREATEST BARtfc AIINQflV-
I , ING CLOTHING SALE EVER OFFERED TO THE PEOPLE OF SALTLAKE.
More than 500 Suits, ranging in price from 00 7 Spring Weights, Summer Weights, Fall Weights 1
$12 to $20 PAY US ONLY .... ftf J Everything new and up to the hour in style ALL la
I AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE. MUST GO!
I Everything in Men's Odd Pants at .Youths', Boys' and Children's Suits, everything goes at
ONE-FOURTH OFF, ONE-FOURTH OFF REGULAR PRICES, 1
There's not 'a man in town who can afford to stay away from this sale. Profit and cost are lost sight of. We I I
must convert these goods into cash hence these marvelous reductions. The loss OURS' The gain YOURS. 8J
THE EARLY BUYERS GET THE PLUMS. : I
PEFp.g'uc,fBS ROWK & KELLY CO. Msr.