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I. gOBSPMOEWK-G, Sunt 7, 190.. TgK SAKP 3LAKE a i
IgT jtjis Desk
BT b' Western Federation Miners
t j conference With Other
in?1 ; oflctelB Organization.
?HadQuarters of the Western Fed-
7' Si' M f Miners in the Pioneer bulld
; i roarkd by the appearance of
tflnt Charles H. Moyer at his desk
tflrst time since bo was arrested at
-0 imore than 100 days ago. He held
, 5 rence with Vice-President Wll-
jj 'nu Asslstimt Secretary Klrwnn,
' the entire ultuatlon was thor-
3 jj discussed and clans decided up
4 1 S & continuation of he strikes
I (ilh the Federation Is interested.
X, '; r&iram wo9 wnt to Editor John
HE lS of the Miners' Magazine,
&2J ' i. vlVltinff relatives In Omaha, re
Kf ' 2& Sm to return. He was noti
WL i' bondsmen have been secured
aW Wi Jhat ho can clvc satisfactory bail
9K ftSwnent he arrives.
El TtU have also been secured for
Ifffll lKWr Haywood, but as ho is ex
WmW ito arrive from Chicago, whero he
attending the convention of
U7 W rWcaco Federation of Labor, In a
lYt !P ,L-0 it wait not deemed necessary
Knarise blm of the fact.
13' ident Moyor Eaid that the sooner
' 'iJLfifes ogainPt himself and remaln-
t Timber of the executive board are
fi&Mhft better It will suit him. He
RT I ih? Eot reward them seriously and lias
n. LIHr .jfS regarding the outcome of the
Hi W Hie
S Striking Haekinists
7? i fotern Division International Asso
77 darlon Will Asses 3 luTemhers
91 a Month. '
DENVER, July C A fund of $25,000
rSyH iMnth for the support of the ma
v sts who have been on strike on
T i Santa Fo railroad will be raised by
'XI a International association. The del
!a Pw at u,e convention of the Weetern
2"5 irteon of the orgalnzatlon adopted a
,utlon today' a8scssiue the mem
1:CW. !nof the "Western division 51 a month
2tfl the strike Is settled. The officials
Jpoii- the International association are of
US La- ii opinion that any overtures for a
3TT. i Kttlerr.ent must come from the road, as
l-s'iki il-Y have done all In their power to
;4:2S is., kea peaceful arrangement.
iSfij IH ZONE OF HOSTILITIES.
f .11 jtaj
W W, Kteiiloa Is Not Clear Unofficial Re-i-'5
9 l, ports Indicate Lack of Deci
sion on Pai-t of Japs.
ST. PETERSBURG. July 7. In the
ipBfi ibnce of ofllclnl news from the seat
Twcf sir the rumor-mongers are busily
IjlV worl: Reports of heavy fighting
ct'6 Chau have j?pread through
A" clly but lhey Prouabl' nad their
H I (rirln In foreign telegrams, as the war
V I, (See Is without Information on the sub
Tie situation in the zone of hostll
s' U not clear Unofficial reports seem
'i Indicate a lack of decision on the
W of the Japanese, some saying the
Jipanese arc advancing and others
; ill they are retreating.
The rains apparently have ceaosd for
'it moment hut there Is a strong con
ation that on the eve of torrential
uu r.hs the Japanese will not risk a gen
( nl advance from the mountain down
hp' 0 the plains where in the event of dc
u' M It would be almost Impossible to
,. i atrlcate themselves.
ll ' On the other hand, best Informed
tffliary circles believe that nothing but
HQ 4iiKierlor force of Imperative necessity
to tne transport conditions would
ie '"npel the Japanese to relinquish the
'&us which they obtained after so
och laborious effort
The elege of Port Arthur, the- holding
I fortifying of the mountain passes,
j Juncture of forces of General Ku
nkl and General Oku and possibly an
ill- menslon of their lines to the West
Wst of Llao Tung, In order to force
"t the Russians from Newchwang so
1 t they may secure a new base there,
conservatively regarded as the Japa-
I : programme for the next two
t How General Kuropatkln intends to
wise this plan is largely guess-work,
'mr advance posts are extremely
;;iTe A current rumor Is to the ef
Xl.tnat General Kuropatkln tele
I ;lj d t0 Czar Nlcholas'that he would
1 (tLPt a sen oral engagement.
wther or not this Is true, It Is the
wml ;r7 of the general staff that the post-
' ;2en'ent- of a declrive battle until the
Ji or tne raly season by giving the
wnmander-In-chlc-f time- to bring up
H'i n 7 '"ousands of reinforcements will
, "nost as good as victory.
i nil01111"" of n. news character was
Mi w out last niKht regarding the tor
Id !Ei.tiaWack at Porl Arthur. Additional
: 5Dfare -waited from Rear-Admlral
I "Deported From Tellui-ide.
n Jw!;URIDE' Col- Jly C.-Fivo
J u??lts v-'cre deported from Tellurlde
fi i?..ine civil authorities tonight. Thomas
stiion, president of the local miners'
D 1,'": yas met on tho street by City
to Guyer and "Deputy Sheriff
, w ,.nslls who escorted him to the edge
,Jhe clty and told him to keep going
1 ; minever return to Tellurlde.
' A OTlOV2vT OF GLOBY
S k Well as a Hark of Beauty Is Iujb
;'' urlont Hair.
m. 'txvu? bc2n tru,y enlu" that tho crown-
c?)j.ry of our race Is a luxuriant head
4! ;tt(!,''J-'?1to be tlioiiKht that this wao ono
3 tiMeir... i sln'18, whch tho irnds bestow
"AKhW- an?. U b only r(-ccntly that
Jr5d"nT nav,s discovtrod that Its beauty
i? m tupor Ule absence of a mlnuto
br i. Sh nuri3hca In thij hnlr folllclcH,
x To Jt.destroy3 tho I,ir! of th balr.
'W viJuU1e tho mischief In tho mission
- iffiJlS0 8 HerPlctdc.
tt bT.'f,le,aurcl' kllIa lhc fferms. and Is
ll S . Ir drcsslnsr on tho market,
-ill stain ,n2 110 Groaae or oil, neither t.1U
, jfy c.Vi n r dyet
JtnctldlnG, druCKlat3. Send lOo a
f ifip t0 Horjjlcldb Co,
f HAPPENINGS OF A DAY IN UMSD
j OG DEN 1
I TRIBUNB BRANCH OFFICE,
H 2-ISG WaohlnEton Ave. Tolophone 111. J
iiimiw'i iii irrrrnnTrr''',-J''-w i i iiumuir
ALLEGED ABDUCTOR OF
NEWTON GIRL ARRAIGNED
Spaclal to The Tribuna.
OGDEN, July 6. C. M. Brown,
who is accused of having abducted
Gladys Christensen and taking her
to St. Louis, was arraigned before
Judge Howell in Municipal court
today. Ills preliminary hearing was
set for July 1C and his bonds flxed at
$1000. The circumstances of tho cayo
are peculiar. It appears that tho girl
lift her home at Newton, Cache county,
voluntarily, and, if so, Brown is guilt
less. The matter will bo Investigated.
Oscar P. Anderson, who with "Kid"
Austin and J. Due had- charge of the
flreworkw display at lenwood park Mon
day evening, arrived in Ogden from Salt
Lake today. The gentlemen are much
gricvod at tho interence- that thev were
negligent in their duty In the dlschargo
of the mortar gun which created such
Mr. Anderson was seen by the
Tribune man today and said that there
was absolutely nothing in the story.
He avers that the gun was properly
loaded and that the bomb was properly
placed therein, that tie terrible catas-
liujjiiu win yureiy me result, oi a de
He alleges that several smaller shells
had been fired previous to that time
but no trouble resulted and thinks that
the shell was loo heavily charged. Mr.
Anderson was Indignant at the infer
ence that they ran away.
The case of "W. M. Hughes against J.
P.j O'Neill Is still on trial before Judge
Rolapp. It is not oxpected that the
case will be given to the jury before
Tho funeral services of Daniel Shupe,
who was killed in the explosion at Glen
wood park Monday evening, will be held
at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon from
the residence of John Gray 2121 Adams
avenue. Tho remains may be viewed
at that place from 9 until 12 o'clock
Tho funeral of Charlotta Clark, ono
of the victims of the Glenwood park
explosion, will be held at the "Warren
meeting house at 2 o'clock tomorrow
George Callahan was arraigned be
fore Judge Howell this morning on the
charge of fast driving and was fined
$10 and costs.
R. H. Bee&ley Is In town from Croy
Joseph Ballantyne left today for New
The first excursion ever given by rail
over Great Salt Lake will be run over
the Ogden-Lucin cut Sunday, July 17th.
The train leaves Salt Lake at 9:30 A. M.
and will get back to that city at 5:30
in the evening. A big crowd Is anticipated.
CAPTURED BY RUSSIANS.
Second British Steamer Is Taken to
"Vladivostok Charged With
LONDON, July C The Central News
has received a dispatch from Vladl
vostak dated July 2, saying a British
steamer has been captured by the Rus
sians and taken to that port. The ves
sel had a cargo of railroad material,
which it alleged was intended for the
The same dispatch sajrs It is reported
that during the last cruise of the Vlad
ivostok squadron the Japanese torpedo
boat destroyers, while attacking the
squadron, came under the lire of their
own ships which mistook them for Rus
The British steamer Cheltenham,
which was captured by the Russians
and Is now awaiting trial by a prize
court at Vladivostok, was Insured
against capture In the sum of 300,000.
She was carrying a valuable cargo of
The Times this morning, in It3 ship
ping news article, says there Is no
doubt that the Cheltenham was try
ing to run in with contraband of war.
WILL BE HELD
Preparations have been made for the
holding of a court martial In the Utah
National guard. An order was Issued
by Adjt.-Gen. Charles S. Burton, call
ing a meeting of tho board for 1:30
o'clock yesterday afternoon, but before
that hour the order was withdrawn and
the members notified that the meeting
had been postponed Indefinitely. It Is
understood that when the court martial
meets several alleged offenders of the
rules of the cuard will be tried. The
board is composed of the following:
Judge Advocate, Capt. W. C. Webb;
LieuL-Col. E. S. Ferry. Lleut.-Col. E.
V. Smith, MaJ. C. M. Benedict, Capt,
W. G. Williams and Lieut. A. B. Pembroke.
Has Ample Funds.
NEW YORK, July C The board of
directors of the Marconi company has
authorized tho Issuance of a statement
in regard to the suit brought by Henry
Gardner against the company and Its
directors. Tho plaintiff, it Is eald, Is
not a stockholder of record. Tho state
ment gays: "The Marconi company Is
In tho most satisfactory financial con
dition, having ample funds in the treas
ury for every purpose."
Child Killed in Hurricane.
TRINIDAD, Colo., July 6. A hurri
cane tonight caused the death of Luis
Lucio, 5 years old, and destroyed much
property. A number of buildings wero
wrecked. Roofs were torn from other
buildings and trees uprooted. The
storm was general and much damage
to crops was caused.
" Having a Royal Time."n
Special to Thii Tribune.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., July C The Coun
cllmanic parly from Salt Lake con
tinues 16 have a royal time. The
weather Is cool and pleasant. Notwith
standing the extraordinary demand for
tlckct3 to the Democratic convention,
all of tho party will be provided for.
MINOR BRINGS $25,000
SUIT FOR FATHER'S DEAT&
Special to Tho Tribune.
PROVO. July 6. Stanley Hedge, a
minor, has filed complaint by his
guardian, Thomas Adams, against the
Consolidated Mercur Gold Mining com
pany and R. E. Joes, doing business
under the firm name of R. E. Jones &.
Company, for the sum or ?25,000 The
company emUj forth that Willard
Hedges, father of Stanley Hedges, came
to his death about June 10, 1902, while
engaged in filling cars with tailings
taken from a hopper. The loaded cars
were hauled up an incline to the upper
part of the mill, when the cable broke
and the car returned and crushed Will
ard F. Hedges against the hopper and
killed him. The suit for $25,000 dam
ages Is brought by the plaintiff.
Stanley Hedges lives In Ohio and At
tornoy Adams was appointed guardian
by Judge Booth, on motion of King,
Burton & King.
Florence McConnel, a minor, was
adopted by Samuel 'Hammer.
James Chipman was granted a decree
of foreclosure fo. mortgage for $-1000
with interest, also S100 attorney fees
and costs against J. S. Beck, et aL
Andrew B. Morgan was appointed
counsel for N. J. Jameson alias James
Chambers, who is accused of burglar
izing a store at Benjamin.
I j. twiiownjir marna.ji3 licenses wero
issued: William Jeffs, aged 2L of
Hcber and Bertha Mayho, aged 10, of
Provo; Vance MoHem, aged 23, of Salt
Lake and Florenco H. Ellis, aged 22,
of Pleasant Grove,
The following is the summary of the
County Auditor's report for 1904:
Real estate and Improvements. $ 0,893,215.00
Llvo stock 703.CCO.0O
Personal property ,. ... 1,615,1)16.00
Property assessed by Stato
Grand total $11,913,316.00
Total number of acres assessed, 209,
Amount assessed per acre, $13.01.
Aggregato valuo of lots, ?1.477,U0.
. Number of mining claims assessed. 273.
Total assessment of mining claims,
Decreaso of assessed valuation for 1903,
? 170, 011.
Dlffcrcnco In not proceeds of mines,
Difference In Stato board assessment,
Increased by assessor. $33,095.
The report also shows that there are
in Utah county G177 horses and mules',
17,877 cattle and 93.99S sheep, while the
merchandise and trade features are
5573.9S0; solvent credits, judgments, etc.
?27C,556; machinery, tools, implements
and supplies, 5530,050.
The City Council lats night passed an
ordinance establishing a sewer system
on Third West street and fixing the city
tax at 13?i mills; interests on water
works, 1 mills; streets and alleys, 1&
mills; extension of water-works, 7
mills. The city financial report for the
quarter ending Juno '30, 1901, Is as fol
lows: Cash on hand April 1, 1904, $1C,
595.99; receipts for quarter ending June
30, $12,124.72; total receipts, $2S,720.71;
disbursements, $16,814.25; cash on hand
July 1, S11.S76.4G.
The estimate of expenses for running
tho city business for the remaining
seven months Is $12,815, and the esti
mate for 1905 Is $27,000. The assessed
valuation of Provo City for 1904 Is $2,
173,503. Albert Olscn, who was Injured by J.
M. Allen on the Fourth, shows Improve
ment today and hopes are entertained
The following jurors are trying the
Scanlon burglary case: WHHani Elli
son, Oscar Wllkens, Joseph S. Faucetl,
W. E. Spet'ry. Joseph Pully. W. Durry,
John H. Manworlng and J. W. Johnosn.
The Hone store at Benjamin was
burglarized April 1C. D. IT. Thomas
was appointed to act as attorney for
Ernest Martin, an employe of Mayor
Roylance, has accepted a position with
John Scowcroft & Co., who open a
wholesale grocery in this city on Fri
day. a a a
Ray Elliott had his arm broke yester
day while at work on the city water
works extension In thp cany6n.
William Brltt was arranged and
charged with grand larceny this after
noon. He is accused of slenllng two
sheep from parties at Colton.
Ono Way in Which It Hay Be Avoid
ed. If people who are squandering prac
tically all their earnings and paying
no attention to the future could for a
few weeks feel the distress which comes
with financial dependence, lhc lesson
would be a bitter one, but It would re
sult in an Immediate .determination to
save a portion of their Income. Or
dinary good sense teaches that the only
basis of financial safety and comfort
Is to save a portion of every earned
dollar. When a man makes that be
ginning the future Is assured, particu
larly if he so places his money that It
will draw a steady income at a high
rate of interest. McGurrln & Co.. the
Investment bankers, handle thousands
of dollars for thousands of people,
guarantee Interest at tho rate of six per
cent and absdlutely protect them
against loss. This not only means com
fort In the autumn of life, but It as
sures the possession of a fortune in due
time. Thero is hardly ono of the men
of mark whose names are associated
with great wealth who was not at one
time working for a salary nnd who was
not a consistent saver during his early
days. This is an opportunity that
anyone In moderate circumstances can
take advantage of, and it will, in the
end, make him a lender Instead of a
Cut in Wages.
YOUNGSTOW. Ohio. July C The
American Steel & Hoop company ha3
cut the wages of all steel men em
ployed in Its Girard plant and the up
per and lower plants In Youngstown,
ranglnz from 20 to -10 per cent. The
puddlers are not affected.
No News of Missing Boats.
LONDON, July G Up to this hour no
further news has been received of the
missing boats of the Danish steamer
Norgc, which was wrecked off Rockall
reef on Juno 2S.
FORCE OF WORKMEN TAKEN
TO THE DUTCHMAN MINE
Special to Tho Tribune.
AMERICAN FORK, Utah, July 6.
H. J, Krulse, manager of. tho Dutch
man mine, left today with a force of
men to further enlarge the number of
workmen already engaged at the prop
erty. Francis Tyng or the Kalamazoo mino
also left hero this morning with a few
expert miners to further the activity at
The Hot' Stuff Mining company also
started a force of men to work today.
Every Indication at present points to
great activity in the canyon this Hum
mer. a a
During the evening of July 4 a small
bpy with several giant firecrackers
mutilated the front of tho Doane barber
shop, and but for the prompt action of
bystanders a conflagration was nar
rowly averted In the heaviest business
part of the town.
a a a
A pleasant time was spent by a com
pany of young folks-at the Saratoga
springs last evening. The party was
composed "of Misses Ida, Liza and
Mauda Chapman, Messrs. Francis
Tyng, Frank Turner and Atlantic
a a a
The hay crops for this place surpass
ovcry expectation, the yield being enor
mous. a o a
At tho residence of John Robinson
yesterday a firo of no small proportions
was narrowly averted by the prompt
ness of Mr. Robinson. The fire was
caused by an overloaded electric light
wire and defective insulation. The loss
amounted to a 3 mall quantity of tablo
a a a
On Friday evening, July S, a meeting
of tho taxpayers will be held in the
American Fork school district to elect
a school trustee for the term of three
' a a a
On Thursday afternoon, at 3 p. m.
sharp, the Draper Battling nine will'
undertake to defeat our local boys on
the city diamond.
a a a
A family reunion of Andrew Pear
son was held here yesterday. Thirty
two of the family gathered and enjoyed
a pleasant time. Pearson's youngest
"son, Rex, who is going to leave for a
Scandinavian mission in tho near fu
ture, succeeded In having a picture ta
ken of the group, which ho will carry
back to tho fatherland. Today they as
sembled at tho homo of James R.
Dohner, a son-in-law of Mr. Pearson,
and ended a most enjoyable reunion.
Mr. Small, former manager of tho
Lehl creamery, assumed the manage
ment of the branch of the Faust cream
ery at this place.
AUDITOR REPORTS ON
CACHE COUNTY FINANCES
Special to Tho Tribune
LOGAN, July 6. Tho County Commis
sioners mot today and awarded tho con
tract for tho county printing and adver
tising to Moore & Turner of Logan; for
furnishing election supplies to J. P. Smith
of. Logan; allowed Martin Hansen of Lo
gan $S per month and his namo was or
dered placed on tho poor list; accepted
resignation of Aletha R. Bowcn as As
sistant Rccordor; allowed Thomas X.
Smith $20 for burial expenses for U.
Sheese, Indigent; accepted resignation of
Thcodoro Glllcnskog from Smlthfleld as
registration agent, and appointed Graco
Low to fill tho vacancy. Fred J. Mc
Nally tendered his resignation as health
officer for Cachec ounty.
a a a
The Board of Education met last eve
ning. Bids for furnishing school desks
and supplies were opened and referred to
the proper committees. The building of
a new boiler-house nnd Installing of a
new holler at tho "Woodruff school was
a a a
I A ...I U r. T -r T.orcnn nn-1 A c
slslanta Albert A. Law and J. S. Lar
son today submitted to tho Commission
ers an audit niado by them of the re
ceipts of the County Clerk's offlco and
of the Clerk of the District court for the
four year years and seven months be
ginning the first Monday In January. 1S99.
and ending August 20, 1903. Tho amount
of the fees mentioned Is all computed ac
cording to the provlsIoii of section 972
of the Revised Statutes of Utah. 1S9S, and
the services set forth for which no foea
have been accounted for In tho Clork's
fee book aro nil obtained from tho rec
ords nnd files of the County Clerk's of
fice. The audit shows an amount of $991.05
which has not found Its way Into the
county treasury and Is still duo from tho
Clerk's offices. Tho distribution of tho
shortage is as follows:
First papers Issued during 1S99 and
190). 13 at $2., $ 25.0O
Final papers Issued during tho years
1S39 and 1900. 3S at $3 111.00
For services performed by the Clerk
of tho District court during tho
years 1S99 and 1900 for which no
fees aro reported as paid In the
Clcrk'3 foe book. 4S cases 1G2.70
For satisfaction of Judgmonts upon
tho margin of the Judgment dock
et, 9 at 25c 2.23
For fees duo from tho probato di
vision of tho District court, 6lx
For artlrlon of Incorporation filed
and recorded 19.00
For oaths and bonds of dlroctor.i
and trustees of corporations, 10
cases 22. CO
Miscellaneous services, four cases.. 9.00
Assignments of tax sales certifi
cates Issued by Cache county and
fees not collected as provided for
in section 97C Revised Statutes,
eleven cases 33.00
Services performed In tho District
court from January C, 1901. up to
and Including August, 1100, 123
Satisfaction of Judgments, eighteen
at 25c 4. CO
Probato division, District court, four
cases .... Co 00
Miscellaneous services, 1901-'02, and
part of 1903 25.00
Fees for skins exhibited to Clerk
for bounty, 11S nt Cc C.SO
Naturallallon 1S01-'02, thrco cases at
Assignments of tax flalo certificates,
forty-one at $2 82.00
Deduct entry In fc6 book, probably
an error In dato 2.25
Ex-County Clerk A. L. Fan-oil came bc
Xoro tho Commissioners and asked for
time to check over tho report, which was
Tho Great Sale of Summer Wash
Wash dress fabrics of every kind.
Household linens; Splendid reductions.
Again on Rampage
Heavy Rains Cause Flood and. Much
Property Damago Has Re
sulted. KANSAS CITY, Mo, July 0. All
Kansas streams arc rising, the result
of heavy rains In the pant twenty-four
hours; and Berlous floods are threat
ened. From two to four inches of water
has fallen during that time.
A worse flood than any that has pre
ceded Is threatened at Emporia, where
both the Cottonwood and Neovho rivers
are close to the high-water mark and
rising at tho rate of four Inches an
At Snllna the river is rising and thi-ee
feet more will cover the eastern part of
tho city. Dry creek Is ruging and the
cltlzen3 are moving out. Farms in the
lowlands aro flooded and farmer are
moving their stock- to higher ground.
Gypsum City Is flooded. The water Is
in the houses and streots, and at other
points much damage to buildings has
been done by high winds.
At Kansas City both the Kaw and
tho Missouri rivers are high and rising
rapidly. The water overflowed the low
places in Armourdale and Riverside.
No great damage is expected in the vi
cinity of Kansas City, however, unless
there are further rains.
At Leavenworth the damage to prop
erty will be heavp. Thero the manu
facturing district adjacent to Thrce
MIlo creek, ulong Cherokee and Choc-
law sireet8, irom Tweutn to tne .Mis
souri river, was flooded. Houses and
lumber yards, wagon and railroad
bridges are washed away and telephone
and telegraph wires are damaged.
At and near Junction City, the
.Smoky Hill and the Republican over
flowed their banks at several places.
There are washouts on all roads at that
point and no trains have run in or out
of Junction City today.
This Is tho fourth flood this year in
Kansas. In many places It rained
nearly every other day last month, and
the record this month, so far, has been
At Topeka the Kansas river 13 20 feet
3 Inches above low-water mark and
rising at the rate of three inches an
hour. A large portion of North Topeka
Wichita reports the Little Arkansas
river on the norlh nnd west, the Ar
kansas river on tho west and Chlsholm
creek, on the east sldo of that city,
higher than It was a month ago and
still rising, and the flood situation
there Is becoming alarming. Early this
morning the Arkansas river was 7.1
feet abo-. low-water mark. In the
Douglass Svcnuo wholesale district cel
lars aro flooded. The Cox-Johnson-Dlamond
Dry Goods company and the
Southwestern Drug company report
Oats are ruined and Wheat fields are
covered with water. Southwest of the
city, In the wheat section, the uncut
grain is lying flat and little of it can
be saved. '
A large portion of North Topeka Is
flooded. Every concelvnble vehicle is
being used by the North Topeka peo
ple in transportalng their goods to the
south side and Norlh TorJeka Is being
deserted as fast as possible. Refuges
are being quartered In the State house
and other public buildings. Rises arc
reported in all the tributaries upstream.
Fort at Gyangtse
Pinnacle Held by 7000 Thibetans Is
Taken by Mere Handful of
GYANGTSE, Thibet, July 5. The
pinnacle fort near here, held by 7000
Thibetans, was captured by a mere
handful of British and Indian soldiers
today. The excitement of the long day
puimlnnlpfl In tho scallntr of a breach In
the walls of the fort by Lieut. Grant,
who was followed by a mixed company
of Gurkhas and f uslllecrs. They climbed
the cleft in the rock In the face of n
hall of fire and a fusilade of stones
which were hurled on their heads by
the frantic Thibetans. A stone struck
Lieut. Grant, sweeping him off his feet,
but he recovered himself and was the
first over the breach.
Tho fort is on a rugged rock, 300 feet
in height. At dusk the battle was over
and, though fitful bursts of musketry
were still to be heard, the British held
the fort which dominates the town and
the monestery beyond.
The plan of attack included three
columns which were to rush the vil
lages fringing the base of the rock. At
midnight last night British troops be
gan to move into position. The left and
center columns were able to enter the
village by sunrise, but so heavily was
.the fire directed on the right column
that It was Impossible to make uny
headway for several hours. By 7 o'clock,
however, the whole fringe of villages
Lieut. Gordon, who was leading a
party of Sikhs, was killed. The house
tops were full of Thibetans who pelted
the right column with bullets for hours.
The British ten-pounders made a
breach In the wall between the towers
on the face of the cliff, the wall falling
down In great masses. Shortly after
ward an explosion occurred In the pow
der mugazlno of the Thibetans, by
which many must have been killed.
This, however, did not dismay the
When the resolve companies of fusl
lecrs and Gurkhas advanced and de
livered their assault, the Thibetans
opened a heavy fire, but only one man
was hit, owing to the open formation
of tho British troops. By dusk tho hel
mets of fuslleers and Gurkhas were to '
bo seen on tho highest building of the
fort. Tho men were cheering.
Militia Arrive at Sydney.
SYDNEY. C. B., July G. The striking
employees of the Dominion Iron and
Steel company made no demonstration
today when 190 militiamen arrived hero
from Halifax, although a big crowd
gathered at the railroad station. Tho
strikers and their friends were not
troublesohie at the camps, although
they would not permit non-union men
to enter the works.
Record Price for Western Lambs.
CHICAGO, July 6, Seven hundred
range lambs were sold today on tho
j YESTERDAY SAW MANY SUITS I 1
1 Mgk. LEAVE OUR HOUSE. I Mb
1 jjplpl. The profitless price is what did it. 1 l
I ff 7r$ tfi) Men's Suits that sold ior 1 S
1 I $Jfl50t $15 and $12, &o "7c m
I I Mm 60 for :. Jpo.a I ll
U Men's Suite that sold for I K
rr -1 $13.45 I;
I P f( $35' $30 and $27,50 AttcrbtJIY Hand- !
Irt3iMl--a made "High Art" Suits Kf :
iSIIrt oofor 18-65 11
Mfif S'-Ww Bte reduction on CHILDREN'S llSf I
r iM 3 CLOTHING, ODD PANTS, YOUNG j'H ,
feMSPSvi MEN'S SUITS, ETC. K
Rfl vb Straw Hats and Children's- Wash
W Wh& Suits cut in half.
rMJfclf 91.BO, $1.00, 75c Children's ETA H
gp55 Knoo Pants aUv JH
1 61, 63, 65 Main. Streot. , " fi
"IT HAPPENS EVERY JULY."
Our Bcnoi-aniiual clearance
SHOE SALE. 30 to 50 per
cent reduction, on entire
1500 Pairs Men's
All sizes. You'll hava to
get here early the -wiso ones
will get ahead of you.
238 and 240 Main St 'Phone 695
Tho Nebo Mining company, a corpora
tion, principal offlco of business Salt Luke
Isotlco Is hereby given that there aro de
linquent upon tho following described
stock on account of assessment No. 1 of
one-half of 1 cent per share, levied on
the 4th day of June, 1504, , tho sovcral
amounts sot opposite tho names of tho
respective shareholders, as follows:
Name. Cert. Shares. Amt.
C. D. Hanks C 6,000 $25.00
C. D. Hanks 6 100 .60
George L. Hyde- 9 12,500 62.60
Chas. A. Hydo , 10 12,-oCO C2.C0
And In accordance with tho law and an
tho 4th day of June, 1504, so many shares
of each parcel of such stock as may bo
necessary will bo sold at tho company's
office, No. 31G D. F. "Walker building, Salt
Lako City, Utah, on tho 22nd day of July,
y04, at 2 o'clock p. m., to pay tho delin
quent assessment thereon, together with
iho cost of advertising and the oxpcnsb
of the sale. V. H. HYDE.
Secretary of Nebo Mining Company.
Tho annual meeting of tho stockholders
of tho TINTIC RANGE RAILWAY COM
PANY will bo hold at tho office of tho
company In Salt Lako City, Utah, on
Wednesday, July 27, 19C4, at 11 o'clock a.
m., for tho purposo of electing directors
for tho ensuing year and for tho transac
tion of Buch other business aa may como
beforo It. E. A. GREENWOOD,
Dated Salt Lako City, July C, 1S04. x3
The annual mooting of Iho stockholders
Of the SEVIER RAILWAY COMPANY
will bo held at tho ofllco of the company
in Salt Like City, Utah, on Wednesday,
July 27, 1904, at 11 o'clock a. in., for tho
purpose of electing dlroctora for tho en
suing year and for iho transaction of
such other business ns may come beforo
It. E. A. GREENWOOD, Secretary.
Dated Salt Liko City, July C. 1901. x456
Chicago market for $7.40 per hundred
pounds. This la the highest price ever
paid for Western grass lambs, tho pre
vious record being JG.90, paid In July,.
1901, at Chicago. The lambs sold today,
were shipped from Ellenburg, Wash.,
and averaged sixty-three pounds a
Gift From Rockofeller.
NEWARK, Ohio, July 6. John D.
Rockefeller has given the Denlson
Buptlst university $100,000 In addition to
the $2o0.000 given some time ago.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
This remedy is certain to be needed
In almost every home beforo tho sum
mer Is over. It can always bo depended
upon even In the most severe and dan
gerous cases. It is especially valuable
for summer disorders In children. It
Is pleasant to take and never falls to
give prompt relief. Why not buy It
now? It may save life. Fo'r sale by
all leading drugglsU,
AN ORDINANCE. , H
POLES, POSTS AND FENCES ON B
county; highways. K
An Ordinance regulating tho placing and jHI
maintaining of telephono, telegraph, olec- 'Mwi
trie curront and railway poles, and hitch- iH
ing, sign, fenco. mall box and other pontF, Bl
on and along the public highways, streets, flf
etc. In Salt Lako county", Utah. Ml
Tho Board of Commissioners of tho II W
county of Salt Lako ordains ns .follows; iiHt
Section 1. It shall bo unlawful for any lilBl
person, porsons or corporation to set, mti
place, keep or maintain any pole, pwi, !Ht
fence or llko obstruction, upon or along ilHff
any publlo hlghwny, road, street, avenue,
lane, alley, trail or nldrnvalk In Salt Lako i'Ht
counrj-, except as herein designated. 'Bl
Telophono and telegraph polea shall bo HUT
set with tho faco of the polo ncarent tho bllfi
ceutor of tho strcot along a. lino known: rlflfl
as tho ourb line, which lino Is located ImR
as follows. On olght-rod highways, etc., H&H
fifty foot from tho center thereof; on iiWf
seven-rod highways, otc., forty-.ftvo feot I'm
from tho center thereof; on six-rod high- !HJ
ways, otc, forty feet from tho center 'H
thorcof; on flvo-rod highways, otc, thirty- HJ
two and a half feet from the ccntor thoro- 'J
of; on fbur-rod highways, eta., twenty- !HJ
five fcot from tho center thereof; and 'H
a spaco of two feet outside of the curb t (!
line, on tho sldo thereof farthest from I: Hi
tho center of tho street, Is heroby desip- jiHJ
natcd as treo space, In tho contcr of which !' Wm
trees may bo planted.
I Electric light or other polee for car- ' mm
rylng olcotrlc current for commercial pur- v '! '
poses (except telephone, telegraph or I U
railway polos) shall bo sot in tho soma ; V '
manner as telephono and telegraph polen I H
along tho said curb lino, and also, upon '! H
order of tho Board of County Commls- l
slonors, may bo set contcrlng along a. ill
lino four feot nearer tho contor oi tho f. H
Btrcct than the eald curb lino: provided. iU
that when tho a aid cleotrlo light polea H
aro used also or carrying wires for eloc- H
trie railway purposes, they may bo ect ,iWM
three and a half foet from tho rail near-
est tho center of tho street on a single H
track main lino on four-rod highways. i' H
and on all highways moro than four rod H
wldo thoy may bo sot threo and a half i H
feet from tho rail farthest from tho cen- M
lor of tho street on a slnglo track main ji H
Railway polea, for carrying wires for If
electric railway purposes, shall bo set , Wj
cither on tho ourb line' as for telephone if 9W
poles, or upon pormlaslon therefor ob- ! u
talned from the Board of County Com- r
missionary, three and a half feet from. '.
the rail nearest tho center of the atroet j Bj
on a single track main line on four-rod. ; Wj
highways, and" three and a half fcot from. ' W ;
tho rail farthest from the center of tho KB
street on a dingle track main line on all B
hlchways moro than four rods wide. i H '
But jio telephone, telegraph, electrlo j mm
light, railway or other polo for carrying WM
wires to convey olectrio curront. shall bn 1 lot ,
set on any public highway In Salt Lake i ffifi .
county without permission or a grant of m
right of way therefor being first obtained ii M
from tho Board of County Commlssionera. n W
Hitching posts and posts for carrying i M
or holding mall boxes, shall bo sat cither U B ,
In the tree space hereinbefore named, or i B
contcrlng along a lino lour feet nearer tho W
confer of the street than tho curb lino ,j B
hereinbefore designated; provided, that on j B
two-rod lanes tho sold posts shall ba sot J B
cloven feet from the center of tho lane, j B
and tho curb line on two-rod lancir Ir B
hereby located twelve nnd a half feet It IP
from tho center of said lanes. I lit
Sign posts on public highways, etc.. -J B !
ulnll V. act nnl In tl.n eiv.n luilrmnt ! HI
as tree space, but no signboard shall bo 'iBrlll
permitted to extend across any sidewalk ' 1 BHl HI
at a less height than twelve ftt abovo Bin!
the level of said Bldewalk, or across any !,
portion of tho roadway at a less height ! Willt
thaa twenty feet above the lovel of said 'j In I
Fence posts may bo sot along tho fenco i Btjl
line, which Is heroby designated as dls- i' B(
tant from tho center of nny highway, Jane. I; Bf Ii
etc., not loss than, half the surveyed, and n Hit 111
plnttod width of eald highway, lane, etc., j IRIUI
no public highway, road or street in Salt Mil III
Jljiko county belnc regarded na Burvcyed: i Iff j
and platted less than four rods, or sixty- , Ml till
six feet, in width; and it ahull be un- ml If
lawful to placo or maintain any fence or U Mil Iff
building tho face of which la nearer thu ! Kit Br
center of any highway, lane, etc, than ; ml II
(the line herein designated as the fence lino. j Bf 111
Section 2. It shall bo unlawful to set,- I, mini,
placo or maintain any telephone, tole- HI III!
graph, electric light or current, or rail- Bfl
way pole, or tree, or hitching, mail, oiEn, III E ll u
or other post (oxcept fence), which lfl aet h Hjj
upon property abutting on any publlo 1 Bl lfl
highway, lane, etc, In Salt Lako county V jMlM
at a point nearer to tho fence lino than j!"l
centering ono foot therefrom on tho side Hllln
farthest from the contcr of the stroetj or, Hi 3
In other words, any nearer to the center ij 111 ll
of such highway, lane, otc, tnan center- It till
lng at a point ono foot moro than half n jiff III
the survoyed and plattod width of Bald ij WijM
hlghwav, lane, otc, from eald center; and I ml K
it shall bo unlawful to tset or maintain Itfllfl
any hitching, sign or other post on any i 11 1 III
alley or trail les than two rods In width, i IB flit
or within one-half foot outsldo of tho i mm
outer limit thereof. ! Wf fil
Section 3. It lu horeby provided that I Bill1
anv grant or permission heroafter given- i, Bft III
to set telephone, telegraph or elootrlc light Hit lit
poles upon any of the, publlo highways, I Hff
otc, In Salt Lako county shall be made II III HI
subject to the reservation, whether or !j Hi HI
not said reservation Is xpoclflcally set 1 Bf JJ
forth In the grant or permission, that j Bf IE
whenever tho Board of County CommlB- !, Ijf)f
sloners shall deem It necessary for tho ('I'll
public good or service, tho eald county ; jlllti
shall have the right to placo croas arms ' Hi If
on said poles, and to .string ono set of ii Hjf
wires thereon, for furnishing eloctrlo cur- i BU(
rent and light to Salt Lako county, and ' Hi fit
to ubo nnd oporate tho same during ths i Hi (if
period of such grant or permission, with ( Hl
reasonable regard for tho rights of xld ,, HI III
grantee. . l, Hit Ij
Section 4. It is hereby mado the fluty ! Hit 1(4
of supervisors of road districts to treat j Hli iff
as obstructions to publlo highways all. i llflll
poles, posts, fences, otc. set or placed In mil III ,
violation of the tcrron of this ordinance. I 111
Section 0. Any person violating any of RHnH'
the provisions of soctlons ono and two ' Ijlj 111 !
of this ordinance shall bo deemed guilty , IIUrtEj
of a misdemeanor. I In fJ'
Section 0. This ordinance shall bo In 1 UU 1
effect on and altor July 21, 180V this data ; I jfl lliit"
bolng not lonu than flfteon days after Its ' jl jnfj
'''passed this 6th day of July. A. D. 1904. f llffl'
Commissioners Jnmos H. Anderson, Wll- j 11 JhK
Ham W. Wilson and Henry N. Standlah lllf itn '
oach and all voting "aye." till till
(Seal) JAS. II. ANDERSON. WM
Chairman Board of County Commloaioy llfflfi'
Attests John James, County Clork. ' )