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I! . .ELK ILL GIVE
I A PURPLE DAY
I Orpins of Sk City to
' Be Malmi
Will Enjoy an Excursion to
Lagoon Under Lodge
II Mrs. A. H. Tarbofc Is Elected Presi
dent of tho Woman's
Lagoon will be the place and August
' '4 the date of Elks' Purple day, which
' Is to be made a red letter day In the
' lives oC the orphans of Salt Lake City.
These and other important details of
' tho creat celebration which la to be
given by the Elks for the pleasure of
the orphans and- the financial benefit of
xhe ' Institutions which caro for them,
were determined upon at a meeting held
yesterday at the Elks' clubrooms.
The meeting: was attended by a score
or more of tho wives nnd sisters of
members of the lodge, ladles who are
' prominent In charltablo work In the
i city, who organized a woman's auxil
iary, with Mrs. A. H. Tarbet tempo
rary president, to assist the Elks In the
, ;.good work they have undertaken.
Committees Are Named.
I Several committees were also appolnt-
I ' od, the most Important on at this time
being the ono charged with the duty of
visiting the orphans' homes of the city
to ascertain Just what will be needed
I to bring all of the children out In suit
able uniform for the day, ao well as to
make estimates on their probable ag
gregate capacity for getting away with
good things to eat. Tills committeo,
, which is composed of Miss Nora Glea-
I son, Mrs. Hirtz and Mrs. Dr. Moore, la
to report at another meeting of the
women's organization to be held at the
II I clubrooms next Tuesday.
All Asked to Co-Oporato.
I ' "With the reports of this and tho other
I committees in hand, the ladles will be
ready to take up the real work of pre
I paring for the entertainment of the
' orphans on Elks' day, and. It is desired
I that every woman who is tho wife, sls-
l tor, daughter of 'an Elk or a friend of
f the lodge, attend Tuesday's meeting and
' do what she can to aid tho good cause
I the Elks paying all the bills.
, Following yesterday's meeting Exalt
ed Ruler Parley Chrlstensen and Miss
Glcaion were taken by Thomas Homer
in an automobile on a Hying visit to the
various orphans' Institutions, They
i found the children in high glee over the
prospect of the outing that is to bo
given them, while the matrons and nt
I I tendants were highly appreciative The
L matron of the Orphans' Home and Day
I Nursary on South State street told of
having started to read at the brenltfast
table last Monday morning the account
in The Tribune of the contemplated
celebration, and of how the fifty or
more little person present became so
wildly enthusiastic that very few of
them could contain themselves to the
I extent of finishing the meal.
Liberal Terms Granted.
Tho Lagoon management has given
the Elks' lodge very liberal terms for
the celebration, making It possible to
give tho children the time of their lives
and at the same tlmo realize a hand
I some sum to be handed over to the ln-
I stltutlons, that the benefit may not be
for a day only. The children will be
i not only the guests of the Elks and
their families for the day, but the
i guests of the Lagoon as well, every
1 form of amusement at the resort being
j 'absolutely free to them.
It Is the Idea of tho ladJes now to
have every little orphan girl dressed
for tho day in a pretty white gown with
a purple sash, while the boyo will wear
white shirt waists with purple neck
ties. They will he taken right Into the
families of the Ellis and their friends,
and the sports -will be In common.
Will Entertain Children.
! The children will be taken from tho
city at 030 a. m. and will bo brought
from Lagoon at 7:30 p. m. Lunch will
'(be served on the grounds at 11 a, m.
and dinner about 5 p. m., with plenty
of lemonade, soda water, Ice cream and
candy between meale, so that If every
little orphan doesn't have a good time
i It will be because ho doesn't play hard
enough to keep his stomach in good
: Mrs. A. n. Tarbet was elected presl-
! dent of the woman's auxiliary, which
! I is to have the affair In direct charge,
over her protest that she may have to
j leave the cl(y before the work Is com-
pleted. In the event that she must go
away some other well-known lady will
' ! ho chosen to fill the vacancy, Mrs. W.
( A. Nelden and Mrs. Simon Bamberger
i being among those mentioned for the
' 'position of president of the permanent
Ij Another Safe Bobbed. '
Safc-crackcrs of a mysterious Indlvld-
j uallty visited the store of Charles J. Foul-
- ger at -17C Third street on Wcdnesday
i night. A sum in excoaa of J40 was taken,
, j i and the safe was found open In tho
' morning, but no 3lgn could be found of
the store having beon broken into, Tho
, matter was reported to the police, but no
; information has boon forthcoming slnco
t There scorns to bo an uncertainty as to
j whether tho safe was really locked tho
J night before, as Mr. Foulgor was not
I present at the tlmo tho storo was closed,
i. Xclther Is tho proprietor certain as to tho
: exact sum ho losL No signs arc found of
5 the safe having been opened vlolontly.
I'i Has a Purse Stolen.
' .Nineteen dollars was lost by Mrs. Cro-
V Per of South Eighth East on Wedncs-
m day afternoon In a poekctbook that was
s stolon from her, she thinks, in a Stato
' f.j ttreet furniture store
', J'fi Mrs, Crosier says she was at two stores
h of that nature on tbat afternoon. She
'111 was carrying tho pocketbook In her hand
li and put It down hcsldo her while cxamln-
S lug somo furniture. Shortlv after going
3 Into the second storo she- missed licr purso
M . ' and Inquiry at both establishments failed
'u to give her information concerning It. Tho
!Vi loss was reported to the police, but no
, ' jj trace has been obtained.
'A Gustnv Dlnklage,
2 Expert piano tunor and repairer! P,
i O. box 005. 'Phone Carstensen & An-
city and Neighborhood j
BANK clearings yesterday amounted to
5519,295.02, an against WJ.533.S2 for tho cor
responding day of last year,
THE Salt Lake County Horticultural
society will meet at 1 o'clock Saturday,
July 13, In tho city and county building.
ST. PAUL'S Episcopal Sunday-school
annual picnic at Lagoon yesterday
proved a highly cnjoyablo ovont for tho
members and 'their friends, who attended
In largo numbers.
A CIRCULAR LETTER will be mailed
today by Dr. T. 13. Ueiuty, secretary of
tho State Hoard of lloalth to tho health
office throughout tho State, in which ho
says; "1 am of the opinion that a moot
ing, of tho local health officers at Salt
Lako City during conference time in Oc
tobor would bo productive of great beno
fit to the causo of inibllo health in tho
State, and If a full attondnnco ahull be In
sured, will pcrfoct arrangements to that
end. An Interesting programme should
be prepared, consisting of practical pa
pers on sanitary subjects, an address on
preventive medicine anil a free discussion
of tho duties and problems of health ofll
cors, Including tho question of their
ftiropcr remuneration nnd tho registration
of vital statistics. Will you kindly roply
on tno inclosed posmi card, staling
whethor you will, attend tho mooting If It
shall be held, which Is contingent Upon
tho nurabor of favorablo replies received."
TWO fingers were taken from tho right
hand of Fred M. Alllngton at the Taylor
Itomney planing mill ycetorday morning.
Mr. Allison was feeding lumber into tlio
mortising machine which cuts wltli u
disc. Ills hand slipped and In tho
twinkling of an eyo the ends of tho fingers
had been cut off. Accompanied by somo
of tho other employees, ho went at onco
to tho office of Dr. W. F. Boer, where tho
wounds woro drosscd.
ADJT.-GEN. BURTON of the Utah Na
tional Guard has Issuud nn order fixing
the tlmo of holding tho Stato encamp
ment August 22 to 2S. The place of hold
ing it has not yet been docldcd.
ETGHT HUNDRED POUNDS of black
powder woro takon from the magazlno of
tho Salt Lako Hardwnro company late on
Wednesday night, and 100 poijndH of dy
namlto from tho Mine and Smolter Sup
ply company. The magazines aro situated
near Beck's Hot Springs, northwest from
tho city limits. As they aro visited only
on poT-der day,' onco a week, tho offense
may havo beon committed any tlmo be
tween last Thursday nnd Wednesday,
Coupled with tho naturo of other bur
glaries that have boon committed lately
at blacksmith shops, it Is consldorod
probable that tho thieves aro going to use
their plunder for the purpose of cracking
somo of tho safes In Salt Lake.
MRS. ANNA CHRISTENSEN of Stege,
Cal.. would like to communicate with hor
daughter, Josephine, who remained In this
city ten years ago, when tho mother left,
since which time sho has lost all trace of
R. G. WILSON of this city Is said to be
operating quite heavily in lands In tho
suburban districts of San Francisco. MaJ.
H. P. Mylon, who recently visited the
luaai uiii , il-113 ul UUV1I1K IHOl -Mr. Wll
SOn, who told him of one property ho hod
bought for which ho was offered several
thousand dollars' advance boforo ho could
got tho deeds filed.
BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY.
Provo, will announce shortly the estab
lishment In the school of a courso In
nursing and obstetrics. The services of
Frederick Clltt, M. D.. a graduato of tho
Cambridge (England) and of tho Keokuk
(IaJ medical colleges, have been secured
to take charge of this department. Ha
is a successful practitioner of this Stato
of thirteen years' standing.
PRINCIPAL GEORGE- A. EATON of
tho west side high school left Wednesday
evening for his home In Massachusetts.
Whllo on his way East ho will visit St
Louis and spend a number of days at tho
fair. Ho alKo Intends going to some of
the larger cities for tho purpose of ex
amining their high schools and tho various
courses offered. During his stay at tho
local high school he has entirely revised
the curriculum and arranged a course ot
study that compares favorablv with any
offered by tbo best high schools In the
country. Lat yoar tho Salt Lako high
school was placed on the accredited list
of evory university In the country which
keeps such a list hut two, and It Is au
thoritatively glvon out that Prof. Eaton
has complotod arrangements with theso
so that Salt Lake high school studonta
can now enter any college or unlversltv in
tho country by the presentation of their
diplomas, If entrance la permitted to any
high school students without examination.
I rTTTT! Vnrmnn nhiirnh 1, ... I .1
pamphlet giving the names and addrcssos
of tho church officials and mission presi
dents throughout tho whole world. This
Is tho first authentic directory of this na
turo that has beeii Issuod for many years
and it is believed that this edition of 10.000
volumes will not bo adequato to supply
the great demand.
FELTX RHEINBOLD was appointed by
Gov, Wells yesterday as a member of the
Stato Board of Barber Examiners, to suc
THE commltttoo on nrrangoments for
tho city, county and Stato officials and
nttatches of city and county building is
working very hard for tho outing Satur
day next at tho Lagoon. Many valuablo
prizes havo been donated by the mer
chants of the city and Joseph U. Eldrcdgo.
Jr.. W. H. Wilkin and George Maycock
havo been selected to act as. Judges of all
events on that day. The enthusiasm is
rife In the Joint hulldlng as to tho votlnx
contest for the most popular lady and
speculation points favorably to quite a
number of Salt Lake's most popular clrls
Mies Ethol MacDonald. Miss Delia Hlncs
Mies Addle Dunbar, Miss Mamlo Canis
ter, Miss -Hazel Young. Miss Violet Wil
liams and Miss Opal Hicks and a number
or othors aro mentioned. The prize
for this contest has not been selected as
yet. but the committee will In all proba
bility make it a very cholco one.
1 " "
"SIRENE" HANSEN, who was arrestod
two months ago on the charge of havlnir
obtained money by falso pretenses, was
released yesterday from tho county jail
under an ordur of the court.
GEORGE BLAIR and Robert Sloan an-
K?Cin Vha V,iey slY Ql1 lh0 ws
boys in tho city a free rldo to Saltalr. a
Mhind fJnctl,B 00 cat on August -I.
tho datc,of tho Democratic outlntr. Sucll
an excursion was promised to the boys
on tlio occasion of tho dinner given last
nprlng at tho Vienna cafo by Messrs. BlnJr
?"dTn' ,a,nd l,hc "BslerB havo been
o?Pthoypiedge"e f0mard l thC fuInnt
The one place for comfort and ele
gance. Fireproof; telephones In every
room; modem In every way.
'Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Gunther of Now
lork are at tho Knutsford after a trip
through tho Yellowstone, coming West via
tho Northern Pacific.
J. C, do Carralho of Brazil and Louis do
Hezzeshaburg of Budapest nro tourlr.t3
at tho Knutsford.
Albert Morris, who has boon in a critical
condition at St, Mark's hospital for tho
past two weeks. Is much bolter and has a
good ehanco for recovery.
H. N. Merwln. mill builder and mechani
cal engineer, has returned from a busi
ness trip to Idaho.
What Are They?
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. A new remedy for stomach
troubles, blliouuness, and co'nytlpatlon,
I und a good one. Price 25 cents. For
, aale, by. all leading druggists. '
fa. Mary E, ictolas
Daughter, Eighteen Years
' Old, Has Ugly Gash
Assailant Is Claronco ' Kennoy, ti
Street Car Employee, "Who Is
With four deep knlfo wounds In hor
body, Mrs. Mary E. Nicholas, 3G7 East
Seventh South street, now lies at her
home In a dangerous condition as the
result of an attack mad a unon her
lato lust night by Clarence Kenney, a
street-car man. Mattle Nicholas, an
38-year-old daughter, carried an ugly
gash in her right arm, inilloted by
Kenney, but her pondltlon is not ser
ious. After making the murderous assault,
Kenney bolted from the house nnd up
to a late hour this morning had not
been apprehended, although a scoro of
police ofilcers and detectives were on
his trail. The cause of the trouble ap
pears to have been Mrs. Nicholas' In
difference toward Kenney, who. It Is
claimed, was violently Infatuated with
Kenney has been boarding at tho
Nicholas home for some weeks past.
According to tho statements of several
neighbors, Kenney has at various times
professed deep regard for Mrs. Nich
olas, who is a divorced woman avIUi
Invaded Family Hoom.
About midnight Kenney returned
from work and Instead of going to his
room, entered the sleeping apartment
of Mrs. Nicholas and her daughter,
claiming that he could not open the
door to bis own room. Tho woman
promptly ordered him to leave, but ho
refused. "If you don't leave this room
instantly, I'll send for the police," de
clared Mrs. Nicholas, whereupon the
street-car man replied: "Send for tho
whole force If you want to, but I'll
Stabs Girl With Pocket Knifo.
Mattie Nicholas, the elghteen-year-daughter,
then went to the telephone
and started to call tho police. Before
she had succeeded In getting the de
partment, Kenney seized her by the
throat and dragged her away, at the
same time drawing a pocketknife. A
struggle followed and before Mrs.
Nicholas could wrench her daughter
from Ken ney's grasp, the girl hal re
ceived a slash on her right arm.
Attacks Mrs. Nicholas.
With a curse Kenney turned his at
tention toward Mrs. Nicholas. The
woman broke away and ran out on the
front porch, screaming for help. Ken
ney followed her outside and seizing
her around the neck through her to the
ground. For several minutes the wo
man struggled to free herself, while
Kenney kept slashing at her with the
knife as he fought to hold her down.
Kescuod by Unknown Man.
Attracted by the woman's cries for
aid, an unknown man who was pass
ing on the opposite side of the street
came to the rescue and after a strug
gle ireeu me woman irom jvenney s
grasp. The stranger attempted to hold
Kennoy, but the latter broke away and
Is Seriously Wounded.
Bleeding and unconscious, Mrs. Nich
olas was carried to the home of a
neighbor nnd Dr. Benedict was sum
moned and examined the wounds. The
woman received a gash about eight
inches long on her right leg near the
thigh, a similar wound on her right
side and two under her nrm.
May Not Prove Fatal.
Mrs. Nicholas was very weak from
the loss of blood, having bled profusely
from the wounds In her side and leg.
Just how serious tho wounds are could
not be learned. At a late hour this
morning the woman was reported to be
resting easily and it was not believed
that the wounds would prove fatal.
Kenney has no relatives In this city
so far as can be learned, but he 13 re
ported to havo a brother In Park City.
He Is about 38 years old, unmarried and
has been In tho employ of the street
car company for several months. Of
lato ho has been running on the East
Seventh South street line.
Mrs. Nicholas Is about 40 years of
age and has three children, two daugh
ters and a son.
20 outgoing calls per month. No
charge for Incoming calls. 20 for ex
ROCKY MOUNTAIN BELL' TELE
Go to Cincinnati v
Via Pennsylvania llnca, the direct route
Irom Chicago. Parlor car on day traino,
sleeping cars on night trains. Ask for
tickets over the Pennsylvania lines.
Addrcs3 George T. Hull, D. A., 819 Sev
enteenth street, Denver, for full particulars
A BALD NEWSPAPER MAN.
Gotting a New Crop of Hair, nnd Hai
No Moro Dandruff.
Everybody In tho Northwest knows Col.
Daniel Soarles, tho votoran Journalist and
publicist of Butte. Jan. 10. 1000. tho Colo
nel writes: "I used a coudIc of bottles ot
Newbro's Hcrplcldt- with marvelous re
sults. The dandruff disappeared; a now
crop of hair has takon root, and the bald
spot Js rapidly being covered " Hcrplcldo
Is tho only hair preparation that kllla
tho dandruff germ that digs up tho scalp
In scales as it burrows Its way to '.tho
root' of the hair, wlier It destroys the
vitality of the hair, causing the hair to
fall put, Kill tho dandruff germ, with
Horplclde.. Sold by leading druggists.
Bend 10c, In stamps for sample to Thf
L Uoxplcido Co,, D.otrolt, Mloa. ' .
Dr. H. N. Mnyo Appears to tho Left in the Picture.
About two weeks ago County Physi
cian IT. N. Mayo bado farowell to his
friends and; solemnly announced that
ho was going to New York and Atlantic
City, N. J., to enrich his mind by con
versations with tho great surgeons of
the metropolis and to attend to other
Important business. It will be scon by
the postal card reproduced on thi3
SHOE STORE ON MAIN
STREET JOTES FIRE'
Dcfectivo Electric Light Switch
Causes Quito a Heavy
Firo caused by a defective electric
light switch In Newman's shoe store
on Main street, at 8 o'clock last night,
made things very warm for tho fire
department during forty minutes. At
the end of that time the fire was ex
tinguished, having caused a loss rough
ly estimated at $1000 to the stock and
$200 to tho building. The loss on tho
stock was covered by Insurance.
At about 7:30 the clerks In tho Z. C.
M. I. drug store noticed a smell of
something burning, but attributed it
to tho burning of some rubbish in the
back-yard. Not until half an hour
later was tho alarm turned In, when a
passer-by In the street saw the smoke
Issuing from the top fioor of the build
ing and rustled Into the drug store and
notlflod the fire department. The
alarm was answered by the central
station and the truck from No. 2, with
the chief Inicommand. Fully half an
hour elapsed before any of the New
man brothers, the proprietors of the
store, appeared on the scene, and W. J.
Newman, Sr., the president of tho com
pany, was not able to come until it
was all over, as he was down by the
Jordan river when It began and could
not bo notified.
The chief dlfilcully encountered by
tho department was the terrific heat.
No ilarne was visible from the street,
but tho smoke poured forth as coon
as the upper story was opened up.
Practically the entire top floor waa
burned out and the celling destroyed
on the south side. This damage can
lx? rectified at a cost of about 5150.
Comparatively little damage was
caused on the ground fioor, but the
heat .spoiled a large quantity of the
stock. No damage was sustained by
either of the adjoining properties. The
owner of the property Is Samuel String
fellow. W. J. Newman expressed to Chief
Bywater his appreciation of the expe
dition wnn wnicn tne nro was extin
guished. This is not the first time this
firm has sustained loss In this way.
About two years ago fire broke out on
Its premises, causing considerable loss
It is estimated that the store will
have to be closed for the next two
week9, as It will take that time to
havo the damage repaired. A total
amount of $0000 fire Insurance was car-,
ried on the stock, so that the firm will
incur no loss that way.
Best way to cure kidney troubles Is
to strengthen tho kidneys, help them
to perform their functions properly.
That's what Doan's Kidney Pills do.
Everybody, Take Noticol,
The modern up-to-date hotel St.
Elmo, corner Third South and Main,
has changed hands: Under the man
agement of Mr. and Mrs. John Oldham.
For ladles and gontlemon. Miss Char
lotte Lygborg and Miso Carrie Leaker.
Formerly with Dr. Nell C. Brown, now
at 417 to 421 Constitution building:
For Over Fifty Years.
An old and well-tried remedy. Mrs.
rwinslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while tooth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
pain, cures wind colic and lo the lest
remedy for diarrhoea. Sold dv drug
gists in every part of the world. Bo
sure and ask for Mrs. Wlnslow's Sooth
ing Syrup.' t
page that ho Is making good. Ho Is
enriching his mind by telling the gen
tleman at his side to look pleasant and
attending to the Important business of
keeping cool. !
This Invidious display Is modified by
the thought that the doctor will soon
.bo In St. Louis, where the heat of a
Salt Lake day would bo welcomed as
a grateful and refreshing change from
the normal temperature.
How tho Pedestrians Found tho
Fountains on tho Two Hot
With the thermometer at 00 In the
shade, hundreds of persons In Salt
Lake wore compelled yesterday to suf
fer tho tortures of thirst or buy some
of the concoctions, alcoholic and other
wise, dispensed at the saloons and
drug stores. Tho numerous drinking
fountains', which, theoretically, supply
the thirsty with wholesome water, were
In such a condition as to nggravate
rather than relieve the suffering. Those
on Main street, where tho demand Is
greatest, aro In the most unsatisfac
At tho big double fountain In front
of tho National Bank of Utah, there
was, last evening,' a largo crowd of
women and children, many of the lat
ter crying pitifully for water. There
was one leaky enp and a little water,
oozing a drop at a time from the pipe.
Tho water was flowing freely at the
fountain on Second South, in front of
Councilman Black's harness storo, but
there was no cup, and hardly a. minute
passed that some citizen did not rush
up,- snatch at the chain and go away
thirsty and angry.
The same condition prevailed at the
fountain by Walker's store, on Man
street below Third South, which Is
largely used by women. Plenty of
water, but no cup! Few women cared
to endanger their complexions by put
ting their mouths In the stream, bo '
they went dry or patronized tlio soda
The fountain which formerly stood at
Hill's drug store corner was moved
half way up the block Inst summer.
This year It has disappeared' alto
gether, although it was used very ex
tensively when In commission.
At the fountain In front of the Z. C.
M. I there was water and a cup, but
the handle was gone from the latter
and tho chain therefore detached. The
fountain on Main street near the Smith
corner was In working order, but tho
cup had lost its handle. The same de
scription applies to the fountain on Sec
ond South in front of the Commercial
block. Both water and good cups were
to be found on State street by the Ga
lena block and at the Knutsford.
The dlfilculty is purtly due to the sel
fishness of those who seize every op
portunity to destroy the drinking cups
at the public fountains, but tho water
department winks' at such lawlessness,
Is negligent about replacing stolen
drinking vessels and does not provide
tho heavy pewter dippers which hove
been found to withstand the cprroslve
effect of water and air.
Bank Manager Resigns.
W. II. Dale, for twenty years con
nected with the Middlesex Banking
company of this city, the last twelve
as its manager, has resigned tho latter
position to engage in other business,
the resignation to lake effect August 1.
He is to be succeeded as manager by
C. W. Boyd, who for some years has
acted as attorney for the company.
Mr. Dale said last night that he was
not yet ready to disclose his plans for
the future, except that he had made
arrangements to engage In other business.
Saturday, July 23,
Via Oregon Short Line. Sec agents for
full particulars regarding rates, limits,
etc Idaho streams are noted for their
fine fishing, and now Is the time to go
Alas for tho' day when Miss Alice
Spriggs declared her Intention of remov
ing the light of her countenance from Salt
I-akel Her disgust with ZIon reached Its
holght yesterday nttcrnoon In court, when
JiicIko Dlchl sentenced her to pay a fino
of $5 for being drunk and $23 for abusive
language. Disdain rippled over every lino
of her well-known physiognomy, and was
echoed by tho rustlo of her garments as
nho sat down aftor hurling this thunder
bolt among tho people assembled In court.
"John Marsovltch," called the clerk. No
answer. One of tho policemen rose up In
court and motioned to ono of tho prison
ers to do the samo,
"In that your truo name?" asked tho
clerk. "No. Did I glvo that namo? Geo,
i must havo been drunk, That"3 my un
cle's name. Yes, your Honor. If I ovo
that namo I am guilty all right, all right.
My name's Thomus Toomcv""
With the Intention or ridding the city
of tho nuisance of able-bodied boggnrs
Judge Dlehl gavo John Chaso and John
Henry thirty days apiece In jail. It Is
hoped that this will lmve the salutary
offect of warning tho others of tho fra
ternity lo keep off tho gross.
Johnny Unwise boiled his name, or
rather tho namo ho gave tho desk ser
geant. When he felt himself getting
drunk yesterday, ho went to the police
station and nskod to bo locked up. More
than this, ho made tho sergeant a present
of a bott o of whisky and another of beer
that ho had with him. Being a firat of
i fender ho was discharged. .
PROF. W. S, HALLOCK
STRUCK BY A GAR
Thrown From His Wheel, He
Narrowly Escapee Being
Prof. W. S. ITallocli, a teacher in the
City schools, while crossing the. Inter
section of Third East and Second South
streets on a bicycle, about 8:45 last
night, was run into squarely by
street-car going at ordinary speed.
Spectators of the affair saw simply a
cloud of dust whon the collision took
place, and several of them ran to thn
place, expecting to pick up Prof. Hal
lock's mangled remains from the car
track. Much to their surprise, he was
lying outside the rails, slightly otunncd.
but able directly to walk to his room
' over tho May drug store at the north
east comer of tho street, where Dr. C.
F. Wilcox was called to attend him.
Tho doctor found bruises on the left
shoulder, left leg and the Hide of tho
head, but no bones were broken and
there was apparently no serious Injury.
The collision was evidently the result
of a cnBC of absent-mindedness on tho
part of the professor, for he himself
could not tell how It occurred. He had
no knowledge of the approach of tho
car until he was struck. Fortunately
he was thrown headlong from the
track or he surely would have been
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TIRED CARRYING A LETTER.
Cowboy Uhil Carrier Forces Signa
ture! for a Register.
Special to Tho Tribune.
KALISPELL, Mont., July 2L Hu
bert .Harman, a cowboy who recently
became a rural mall carrier, used a
six-shooter to compel a man to receipt
for a registered letter, according to a
complaint filed with the postal author
ities by S. N. Sanford. bookkeeper for
the Northwestern Lumber company.
Sanford says the letter was presented
to him and not knowing the man to
whom It waa addressed he docllned to
sign a receipt for it, whereupon Carrier
Harman drew his revolver, made him
receipt and then apologize. Harman
declares ho did not propose to travel
another twenty miles to find the man
to whom the letter belonged.
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STRIKERS BECOME FRENZIED
Policemen in St. Joseph Havo Diffi
culty in Controlling Hen.
ST. JOSEPH, Mb., July 2L A riot
call was turned In from the stockyards
at 3 o'clock tonight and every avall
. able policeman is on duty, endeavoring
to control frenzied members of the
labor unions who went out on strike
several days ago. The packers are not
discharging the non-union men fast
enough to suit the strikers. Tonight
the managers of all the packing plants
In South St. Joseph notified the union
men that but CO per cent of the strikers
will be put to work tomorrow. The
strikers say thtypackers are endeavor
ing to hold all non-union men, and
that all of the union men cannot get
back to work If the packers are per
mitted to carry out their plans. Conse
quently wherever a non-union em
ployee of the plants is found he is at
once assaulted. The union men, by
this means, expect to get rid of all non
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Other Is a Noted ArtS "
Member of Facuinh
Both Confident That "RnsalgMi
for Peace With Fall) "
Japan's lntellecutal progrB t
sonified in two gcntlertien wH
at tho Wilson hotel last efli
route to the World's FatM' "
Ishll, a councillor of NaraKlH'
delegate to the World's CuBi
gress at St. Louis and ComniK
the Interior, Agricultural ano.
clal departments to Amr
Europe, Is a remarkably trjjMl ,
Although ho has been In nJK
but two months, ho speaks EnlSUs
ently. He learned to read It tKpjH
Mr. Ishll -will spend .some Uafljfc
United States, studying muaJLi!
stltutlons, agriculture and iHfi'J
He will then go to Englao4t;
and Germany and will stop JKl
India and China on his way'lP
The Curfew CongresR. Jt
Tho Curfew congress, to.vE
a delegate, will consider UHlF
methods for tho managmMH5
clamatlon of wayward. chlldjH
ject which has begun to coHLs
tcntlon in Japan nnd has Hg
laws against child' labor aofB)!?;
sory education. Reform scSRr
Industrial training have btfEr
llshed at several places InlSm?,
the Mllcado. Be? ;
Prof. Shunkyo YaaaJ6Hp, ei
painter and a member of thelRB,!
the Art Technic school' at KjR,?
has exhibited his work at ilE1
salon and has two p!clure3B1?i
World's Fair. Aftor vlfltinjRff
position he will pursue hU'B,
Paris and Italy. Although'ilP'T:
telllgent man. Prof. YamanURr5
learned much English and'djH
conversation on his friend JBjfr
S. Onlshl, a young JapacaRr:
lived in San Francisco for SMtR1
Japanese Art SevelopaHii
Ho says that Japanese ftrtHyi;
pace with the physleal dovR
the nation. The Japanese stuHfj"
go to Paris to perfect their HJiT
and work after European, jPJ
They divide their art into thrHR'
the first beginning about tHl
ago when art was IntrodsdH
China, the second 500 years liBESft
an original school was ostabllB
the last since Commodore PefrKj,,
the ports to the world. SCfcrf
WlUi the party aro T. MiiuS
Fuji!, wealthy business mca;H,jI(
'Japan, who mean to we 'tfEltti
worth seeing at the LoulsUKg,
chase exposition. All of tH
were affected by the heat iKfs,
which was one or two dtfiT'jBitjQ
than the maximum siimme'riKg
ture in Japan. They are k'SBtVij
ested in tho outcome of th&Hitf
Russia and take it for snK
tho fall of Port Arthur will (jMkj::
end the struggle. They aHf
lng for the East over the OnHE
Line and the Union Paclilcj
! MINING CONGReS
Number 'of Men of Na02jB'
neneo Will Address CoofBtsT
PORTLAND, Or., Ju'Es
fprosent Indications the sefta'fSaa
meeting of the American -Fjqt
gress, which will be held injHfii
August 22-27, will be the oKjsi
tant In tho history of the ojBi
Col. Irvin Mahon, secretaryiKr
soolatlon, Is recelvmz "Bifo "
every mall for membership
by the hundred. This is lntjJi
mean an extraordinary 'P161!;
approaching session. Several
national prominence haveslgnj
Intention of being present flBr'
patlng In the proceedings, an
equal prominence wnoseJBiXM
hinges on a future contlngenqK
as many more. The list of spe Sr;
have accepted Invitations lncliBk
Ham Jennings Bryan. Nebr?BlJ
gressman William A. SuuWu
York; Chancellor E. 'tia
drews. Nebraska. Hon. JBw,
Scott and Senator John ,HBh.'
Oregon; Hon. T. A. KlcKaru?mv
Hon. R. W. Richardson,
D. C; Hon. O. W. Powers, JK
Hon. J. F. Callbreath and fK?
Humlln, Colorado )H5(
President Roosevelt hQJBi'tl
James Gayley, John shBLVj-
and A. K. Richard to 'ePK
United States Government, avm'va
minion of Canada will "'k,
by Eugene Haanel and A VBe
Besides these men of note.1,.;Mk?!-,&
spectlve' localities, who w "tHCd
the attention of the convenllWMTfejj
eral resources of the dlfferemffic
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