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Candidate Parker, His Wife, Daughter, Mother and Horn at, Eaopm. wM
I Empire Aroused Over
Seven Men Accused ef Smug
gling Anarchistic Litera
ture Into Russia.
r Interest Hftd Been. Directed to the
Case Through Debates in
BERLIN, July 1G. A trial which the
Prussian authorities began July 12 at
Koenlgsberg, at the instance f the
Russian Government, against seven So-Hal-Democrats
accused ot smuggling
anarchistic literature Into Russ-la, at
tracts very great attention.
The newspapers throughout Germany
are printing columns ot verbatim re
ports of the testimony. The Interest of
the country "was already strikingly di
rected to the cases, through the recent
debates on the subject by the liclch
stag and Diet. From the evidence it
apears that the documents smuggled In
clude publications of the Russian Pro
Fund association of New York, and the
Jewish Labor league.
The Prussian police claim to have as-
for tallied that there existed a system
for circulation of documents through
agents in the border towns. The pro-
j ccedings which hitherto had been rather
' 'nine, reached a sensational stage to-
day In the testimony of M. Von
'Wymodze, tho Russian Consul General
it Koenlgsberg. who paid tho police
brought hl:n over twenty-five seised
"ampblet?, asking him to speedily ex
amine them. Of this number, the Con
mil General read only one, marking ob
As to Inflammatory Sentences.
Hcrr Llcbknecht, one of the counsel
fl for the defense, asked M. Von Wymo-
dze to point out the Inflammatory sen
tences that had been quoted In the pam
phlet by the ministers In the Reichstag
and Diet debates, but M. "Wymodze was
unable to do so. Herr Llebknecht eon
tlnued: "Where Is the sentence 'Noth
Ing can save the throne of Nicholas II.
from the fate of Alexander II. from
bloody vengeance.' I find nothing In
the whole pamphlet to that effect."
M, Von Wymodze claimed that the
imperfections In the translation were
j due to the hurry in which he marie it.
Herr Llebknecht declared that the
hurry was blasi-d and due to a wish to
j Inuert blOQd-curdling phases, which
1 were not In the original.
Judge to the Rescue.
The presiding judge thereupon came
to the defence of M. Von Wymodze,
saying the decisive sentences were in
the other pamphlet.".
To this, Herr Llebknecht rejoined:
1 "This garbled translation gave the Im-
pcrlal chancellor and other ministers
the occasion to make the gravest
1 charges against the Social-Democracy.
j It wan precisely the above penlenco
1 which played the most promlrfent role
in the public discussion."
The Judge did not permit Herr Lieb
knecht to make any further remarks on
this line and excused M. Von Wymodze
for the errors in translation of the
pamphlet on account of the brief time
j he devoted to the work.
Counsel Schwartz expressed astonlsh-
j ment at the brief time permitted to M.
THE LARGE CENTER PICTURE SHOWS JUDGE PARKER WITH HIS YOUNG GRANDSON. DIRECTLY UNDERNEATH IS THE JUDGE'S MOTHER, ON THE LEFT HIS
WIFE, ON THE RIGHT HIS DAUGHTER, MRS. HALL. IN THE LOWER LEFT-ELAND CORNER IS THE PARKER FARMHOUSE AT ESOPUS, AND ON THE RIGHT HIS
HOME AT ROSEMONT.
Von Wymodze to arrange words which
were not connected with the pamphlet.
Again Aided by Judge.
The Judge again. In a sharp tone, re
plied that this was an insinuation that
the additions were purposely made.
Dr. Bailed, lecturer, at the University
of Berlin, testified to the harmless char
acter of tho Social-Democrat pamphlets,
submitted to hhri by the court for ex
amination. He said tho pamphlets
sharply condemned errorism and cen
sured the Russians for their attempts
on tho life of Prince Oblenskl, the form
er governor of Kherson and later of
Kharkoff, , recently appointed gpvernor
of Finland. The trial will continue for
at least ten days. ' '
INSPECTION OF CATTLE.
'Amendments to Regulations Issued
by Secretary Wilson.
Special to Thq 'Tribune-.
WASHINGTON. D. C. July 1C As a
result of the protests of cattle raisers
and shippers ,jn the Dakotas, Montana
and some of. the Southwestern States,
Secretary Wilson today Issued amend
ments to the regulations for inspection
and dipping of cattle Infected or ex
posed to mange or scabies which will
save cattle men from great loss this
setiROD. The life of the. amended order
Is limited to April 30, 1905.
Postmasters appointed: Idaho Glenn
Ferry, Elmore county, Mrs, Sara Berk
ley, vice, James Mullaney, dead.
Wyoming Manhattan, Crook county,
Henry T. Hall, vice, Ettle M. Lincoln,
Oscar M. Waddell, superintendent of
tho Ouray Indian school. Utah, with
Ids bride, formerly Miss Frecland, ar
rived in Washington today and called
at tho Indian bureau One result of
their call wan that a transfer of Mrs.
Martha Frecland, matron of Ouray
school, was effected, Hhe, being assigned
to a similar position at North Yakima,
Waah. It is understood that Mrs. Wad
dell will succeed her mother as matron
Russians Becoming Active.
WASHINGTON, July 16. Minister
Allen has again reported to the State
department from eoul, that the Rus
sian forces are becoming quite active
in northeastern Korea.
Sprcckels Is Better.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 1C. A cable
message from Carlsbad received here
i iouuy s.aicis mat itudolph Sprcckels,
who Is suffarlng from appendicitis, Is
much better. His early recovery is
aald to be assured.
This Week at SaJtain.
The week at Saltair opens today with
the usual sacred concert In which MYs.
Martha Royle King and' Mrs. Skelton
will assist. The orchestra will be en
larged. Monday Children's matinee and
Liberty Park M. E. church.
Tuesday Salt Lake M. I. A.
Wednesday Philippine war veter
ans. Thursday Ramblers' club; Ladlcs's
Aid First M. E. church, Eighteenth
ward; Loyal Americans and Seventh
ward Y. L. M. I. A. .
Friday Fraternal Brotherhood,
Saturday Usual ball In evening.
TRACK, SHOP AND OFFICE.
Line Important One
Will Handle All Business
From and to Rio -Grande.
New Bridges Being Put In on Many
Sevier River Crossings, and
Wlille it Is true that the Leamington
cut-off Is to be the main line of tho
Salt Lake route between this city and
Los Angeles, the Nephl line Is not go
ing to "be abandoned by any means.
Even now the work of rehabilitation
on this part of the system Is under way
and when the road Is In operation it
will be as Important a line, almost as
the other. There will always be a large
Interchange of trafHc between the Salt
Lake route and the Rio Grande and
certainly the transfer will not be in
this city, as It would he a useless haul
of over eighty miles. So the RIo
Grande freight traffic will always be
transferred at Provo, and for this rea
son the line from Provo to Lynn Junc
tion, where the Leamington cut-off
comes In, will be used for this purpose.
SCIENCE SETTLES IT.
Dandruff Is CauBed by a Germ That
Saps the Hair's "Vitality.
it la now a settled fact that dandruff
ia caused by a germ. Falling hulr and
buldneeB aro the result or aundrurr. Dr.
b J. Beardsloy of Champaign, 111,, got
hold of the new hair preparation, Now
bro's Hcrplclde the only one that kills
tho dandrunt germ. Hti says: "x uaed
Hcrpleldo ior my dandrurf and railing
hulr, and 1 am well aatlslled with the
results Dr. J. T, tnigaio or. Lirbtfiia. lil.,
aya: "1 have ustd i-ierplcldu for aan
drurt with excellent results. 1 shall pre
scribe It In my practice." Horpicldo kllla
the dandruff serin. Physicians as well us
tne general publlo Bay bo. Sold by lcad
i lng urujiBiatH. dend 10c In utamps tor
! xainplo to Tho llcrylcldo Co., .Detroit,
This will give to the South, located
on the San Pedro, Rio Grande and
Sanpete Valley, Its own route to Los
Angeles without having to come Into
Salt Lake, while It will greatly shorten
the Rio Grande freight haul.
In line with this Idea the Salt Lake
route Is now engaged In putting in the
standard. trestles at the many crossings
of the Sevier south of Juab. Tho line
Is to be otherwise strengthened and
made ready for the operation of fast
and heavy trains.
MAHLER IS HERE.
Man Associated With Senator Smoot
Studying tho Situation.
B. Mahler of. Cleveland, the man. with
whom Is associated Senator Reed
Smoot In the project for building the
new electric lino through the valleys,
Is In the city and busily engaged In
looking into the local situation. vIL
was a significant fact that he called
upon President S. Bamberger of the
Lagoon road yesterday, although it Is
given out that the visit was merely
one of a social nature. However, It Is
now no longer a secret that the Bam
berger road will likely be made Into an
electric line and at the same time It has
been figured in a connection with sev
eral other deals.
Mr. Mahler is very much pleased with
the outlook, and especially with the
prompt manner In which the first fran
chise was granted in Provo.
He will be here several days, and It
Is extremely likely that before he leaves
something will be done toward looking
to a local franchise and making ar
rangements for running the system
through the city and county.
Whether or not the now line will ab
sorb any existing roads remains to be
seen, but on the face of It the pur
chase of the Lagoon road would be the
Saltair Season Shows Increase.
General Manager J. ID. Langford of
the Saltair road and beach yesterday
stated that so far this season the at
tendance shows an Increase of COO a
day over the past summer. Ho Is
highly pleased with the result, al
though the beach has had some severe
weather to contend with and there is
the increased competition this year.
But with the increase being shown In
attendance there is every reason to
believe that the season closing Sep
tember 15 will be the best ever known
at the popular resort.
Guy Adams Promoted.
NEW YORK, July 1C Guy Adams,
division passenger agent of the Dela
ware, Lackawanna & Western railroad,
with headquarters at Newark, will. It
Is announced, resign August 1 to accept
a position In the department of the
superintendent of malls of the Rock
African Railroader Here.
' Among the interesting travelers In
tho city Is Herbert W. Hanbury, In
spector of the Cape Colony railways,
which are there owned by the govern
ment. Like most of the colonial rail
road officials he does not think that
American locomotives are the beBt, al
though their superiority has often been
He Is writing a scries of articles for
"Engineering," a London magazine,
in which his views will be brought out
and wherein he will detail tho loco
motive exhibit at the World's Fair.
Lucin- Cut-Off Excursion.
The first train to run over the Lucin
cut-off will be the Oregon Short Line
excursion train leaving hero today at
0:30 a, m. Many are booked and the
outing promises to be one of great in
terest. General Agent D. R. Gray raid
yesterday that If this excursion proved
n success one would be run ex
clusively for Ogdon people in a week or
so, but as it was not practicable to
handle too great a crowd In one ex
cursion It was thought best to have
several such trips. The train will re
turn to the city tonight about 5 o'clock.
This is an excursion day.
The Rio Grande will be taxed to care
for the big crowd going to MantI for
the Scandinavian reunion.
The RIo Grande also has an cxcurelon
to Provo today.
R. C. Lund has returned to the city.
Rio Grande officials will return to
General Superintendent Young will be
back from the East tomorrow.
President Bamberger of the Lagoon
was looking at electric equipment dur
ing his visit to St. Louis. This looks as
If It had some bearing on local affairs.
Oregon Short Line officials will all be
back this week.
The Old Folks maj ixmie day be given
a bath In the Pacific at Long Beach
by the Salt Lake Route.
Bread Made by Machinery.
Having furnished our bakery with the
latest and moBt complete machinery
for malting bread, we are now prepared
to give you the BEST and purest bread
In the city. Give us a call. Vienna
Model Bakery and Cafe. 19 E. 3rd South.
Bell 'phone, 1981. Ind., 15.
We deliver free.
CIIAS. G. SEYBOLDT.
A Splendid Offer
On straw hats. Half off on every
straw In the house.
BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.,
ICG Main St.
Dress Parado in Future.
The citizens of Salt Lake will soon
havo the opportunity. It Is learned
from cood authority, to witness drc-Sd
parade to be rlvcn by the Twenty
ninth infantry at Fort Douglas.
It Is the Intention of the post com
mander to put on dress parade begin
ning August 1. The recruits are given
three hours drill dally, and it Is hoped
to ha.vc these new men In excellent
ahaiMj In a. short time to take part In
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd
This remedy is certain to be needed
In almost every home before the sum
mer Is over. It can always be depended
upon even In the most severe and dan
gerous cases. It Is especially valuable
for summer disorders in children. It
Is pleasant to tako and never falls to
give prompt relief. Why not buy It
now? It may save life. For salo by
all leading druggists.
Army Band Bill.
Much gratification is being expressed
by the members of the Fort Douglas
band over the receipt of the news a
few days ago of the approval of the
army band reorganization bill by
the chief of staff, Lleut.-Gon. Adna R.
Chaffee, wliich means that tho bill will
be properly taken care of by the Na
tional legislators at the next session.
The bill provides for the Increase of all
army bands from . twenty-eight to
forty members, and Increases the pay
of the members about 25 per cent. A
chief musician, now running 360 a
month, will be paid $70; principal mu
sician, instead of receiving $22 a month,
will be granted $30, while the pay of
musicians of lower grade will be like
wise Increased. This bill Is one which
haa been before the general assemblies
for several years and Is approved by
nearly every officer of the army, and
the passage of same will mean more
enlistments and hotter army bands.
IMPROVE THE 3U!LDIN
Historic Beehive and Lion HBs
Are Repaired. Bltfj
The many people, especially toiiiB
who dally pass the Eagle Gate cBf"
aro 'erv much Interested In thajfci1
provemcnts belnir made in the jfc!
cent historic buildings. The BeEf
houee and the Lion house, wltfKje;
connecting church offices, were buKpd
1865 and have served their purpoaet p
but the time has come when theaK
not meet the requirements ofBa
churoh without being rebuilt, anKg
for several weeks this work han-Ej
well in hand. 'Br I
Brlgham Young had tho PKy
erected as his homes and office aniB7y
the general offices. The BeehivEjf,
had placed on his own home owijM
Its significance as the emblem oK,
people and the then Territory.
almost withered away In the fty'HM
of storm and sunshine, so the o'H
had another beehive made recH.,
which has teen placed In PosltloKyi
the much Improved towor. The
exterior has been replatered and HT
very handsome- Tho interior alsoB
been reuGted and this bulldinff "wlBs
always used as an official rcslderiH
the church. 'Ku
Brlgham Young did not dio nflk.
Beehive, however, but in the B
house, and that building, too. 1b fl,,
restored and will be maintained 'H(i
building of great historic IrrtereatK
has been treated to a new andK
fectlve plaster outer covering
malies it quite attractive. Tho ftJKpi
old porches of many doors haveiH
taken away and windows replace tH
This building will be used' for oHay
and is being fitted up lnsldo U';Els
those requirements. 'B
Tho Improvements end with the.Mfc;
den and lawn on the west of theK
housa and when complctcdtho 'Hkt
of that portioof thgjJ'J)v
I Gordon AcademfcL ' m
College Preparatory and Gra3. - H
Boarding and Day Pupils jeS JK
SMALL CLASSES AND THOROUGH INSTRu
Fifth grade will bo offorcd thl3 year If thore are sufficient n K
I1 lean tn.
It will bo an advantage to all pupils who expect to attend Qoru apJ '
cmy to arrange for courses early.
a For particulars call upon or address d- Bft
B. M. HOGBN, Principal, .'flHL
3M E. 3rd Soutb.4K
I Continued w
- j Another Week ! m
THE GREAT S
Sacrifice Clearance Sale m
At 1 72 Main St,. S
Many of the choicest things in Clothing, Furnislco;Ja".-iBj
Hats left and a further reduction in the already 'r''"B
I Remember (he best merchandise the world bf.B
duced at the lowest prices ever placed on depecgB