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I TtTSEDAY MOHlSTIIsTG, AUGUST 2 lnftf
h PAGE BIGHT ' - XiGBj S-AIT XuEiKE TKTBXTjN3?j '
j RUSSIA MUST
ij Filksdo's Army Almost
: Sorrooads Czar's. .
KupopaikiVs Situation Is
( Looked on by Hems Of
fice bs Critical.
I Old Busaian Warrior in a .Position
Where He Muat Itfnko Good His ;
Boasting or Hun for Iiifo.
f ( ST. PKTERSBUUa, Aug. 1. Al-
' though public attention lias been dls-
M f-u ted from the event eff the war dur-
1 iv; th pnt wrk, Iiir.t.Ucaue o the
l : c.t International complications, and
crcod, becauoo of the a?e:S!InatIon of
:.iir.ltcr of the Interior Von Plehve, the
Mtf.ntlon at the froit Is regarded as
i cl'lra ii
Th enveloping movement of the
three Japanese nrrhicft of Gens. Kurokl,
K'Kizu and Oku around Gen. Kuropat
k!n"s position nppeara to' be almost
complete, and the extended linn of the
Japanese seem to be the oniy draw
luck to concerted action.
It Is realized her thai the Russian
General must now either right or with
draw the whole army northward. He
,s belnpr closely pressed at Hnlcheng.
At that plnce (Jen. Kurokl's northern
"ilumn makes It extremely dangorous
to remain there, because, while holding
tIio position to give battle against the
' urtpanesc, whose advance Is necessarily
Always slow and careful, they might
tufIi through and cut his railway com
munications to Llao Yanr.
Entttle or Retreat Imminent.
While nothing Is definitely known,
there are - some unofllclal Indications,
that matters are maturing rapidly
cither for a battle or for a retreat. For
' instance, the refusal to accept further
press telegrams at Halcheng Is shown
i) the fact that one of the correspond
ed its of the Associated Press had to ride
through to Mukden to file an account
f.f the Ta Tche lOao fight. This might
l- construed either that preparations
i co making for a retirement or that the
' Tircs are very crowded. Incident to at
.oncentration at Halcheng or Llao
Yang. A few days are expected to de
termine which course Gen. Kuvopatkln
has elected to pursue.
There Is no Inclination here to doubt
that there may have been pretty severe
lighllnc at the outer positions of Port
Arthur, possibly accompanied by a
bombardment from the sea, but It Is
l.ot believed jthat the Japanese are yet
ready to storm the fortress.
Naval Force May ,Put to Sea.
Rear-Admiral Withoft. In command
I of the nnval forces of Port Arthur, Is
-elled upon to put to tsea If the condi
tion of the fortress becomes desperate.
While no dellnite information Is obtain
able, the report that the , fortress Is
short of ammunition is considered by
, the public as the most disquieting fca-
til re of the situation,
i The Vladivostok snuadron Is expect
ed back in port today or tomorrow.
The Indications are that the Baltic
squadron is on the eve of an important
movement. Nothing regarding this can
l- asnertalned olllclally, hut many of
the officers already have said farewell
to frimdH and families and are holding1
themselves ready for Instant service.
The ifimporor had arranged to inspect
"he tso.ua.dron, but his plan was given
tm, owing to the assassination of .Min
ister Yon Plehvc. v
I ; I Press Political Clip J
H' 1 Logan Republican: A communication
has beer, received from Salt Jiihc ClLv to
' the fffect that the Catc'ne county pcoplo
pre under the ImpreuMon that If Jamcn T.
Hammond Is nominated for Governor that
i f irb rrnilnation will be viewed as coming
' i orr. Cachft county anil so charged up,
which rr.lght Interfere with nominations
that mlrrht othcVvI?o be mado from this
i j county. The communication state? In
pocltlvo terms that tin above will not bo
' the cns, that If Jamea T. Hammond Is
nominated It will bo. charged up to Salt
Lake county. It la stated upon
1 gocd authority that Ij. R. Martlneau la
on for the candidacy for Congressman.
While L. R. Is an excellent snntlemtui.
l still that will cut no (lguro In the coming
Eure'Ka Reporter: James Flutchlnaon
B of Robinson euye he Is not u candidate for
B I ihe oi'llco of County Commissioner on the
H , Purnocratlc ticket. It Is said that the
Democrats of TJntlc are desirous of noml
I ' natlr.fr D. A. Depuo of Roblnsop for tho'
h Ltslelaturo. but up to this time the gen-
H tie man lias positively refund to go out
I; i' after the nomination. The Democratic
H , persuasive powers nrc pood, however, and
a we would not bo at nil surprised If Mr.
, ' Depue Is forced Into occoptlug the nomln-
ibBh . .
Hl IDphralic Enterprise: Poter Sundvall of
I Kalrvlow, and J. A. Tuft of Gunnison
H 1 may be candldntcs on the Democratic
1 ticket for Rijpresentatlvc.. George Chrls-
truMn la talked of favorably for County
B Suparlntendejit of school?. I
Price Advocate: Prlc-nds of James A.
(J 1 Han-lsor, of Suunyuldo are urging him to
(J ) accept the Republican county chalrman-
jl I flhlp for the cnu!r.g two years when tho
( county convention meota at Scofleld next
month. Mr.tHni7lson la one of tho best
j. oiranlzira and political workers In the
(V t Ftaxo and has carried tho RDUbllcans of
j Carbot; county to victory on ccvcral occu-
' II Flans In tho past. I
, 'j Richfield Gun: Saturday. September 3,
j. Is tho date flxod by Republicans for hold-
I Ing thHr convention to nominate candl-
i I datco for county office and tq name a
county central commlttoo. Vcr'
i f',v names of candidatos for countv pofl-
i I lions are being mentioned. " But
somo of tho officials now In tho court -
1 hoaze, h"caufln of their peculiar tltness
H I and adaptability decervo a rcnomlnatlon.
H B-u-h a man Ih John Jorgcnson, thn prrn-
H ej.t dork. Ho hnfl served two termK. but
j what of It? That la the only real charcu,
' i that can h" Tnade against him, and it
ebould have no weight with iho-io who
1 rtcr.Iro (heir party's Hucceiu. John Jor-
1 ' pern. on fans been the most cflclcnt clerk
1 A evor dented In Sevlor county. The
fl J R n AuyU'iaM that In tlio coming couvon-
1 i tluu ho bo nominated by acclamation. H
B j will ctrongUicn thn ticket nud Increase
,j tho, majority of every candldato for a
I 1IMIIIIIIT - " mmam
counti' offlcn ' who Is nominated In tho
Logon Journal: The frl-nds of N'. W.
ICIruball snv Uiat that gentleman would
not accept a legislative nomination, and
arc booming him for Sheriff. On
tho Republican ldo Joo Rlchnrdson, the
present As?esor, Bocms to have the beat
show of landing tho shrievalty nomina
tion, although T. II. Smith and John Bar
rett are after the same nomination, and
are hustling. Tom Smart, It Is
.aid. don't care to run for. Commlsnlnner
oaain, but would like to take Dravc Rob
erts's plnce In tin LiCglplnture, to which
Dnve object very strongly, of course.
Bishop E. R. Owen of Wellavlllc will
llkelv be ooomed for the democratic
nomination for County Superintendent of
schools. Mrs. Jennie Slater's
friends are urging h'T to run for Recorder
again. Thomas Irving Is tho
man they say tho bowe of the g. o. p.
have sin ted for Commissioner from To
gan. .Tames V. Allen of Smith
Held. It !s said, is a candidate foiT the
Democratic nomination for Commissioner,
HOLD UP A TRAIN.
Bobbor.c TtTnkf. Unsuccessful Haiti on
Express Car May Ee Captured.
DELHAUT, Tex.. Aug. 1. Rock Inl
and pas3angcr train No. I, cast bound,
was hold ' up last night at Logan, a
'small station about sevfinty miles west
of Dulhrfrl, lu three masked :ne:i.
Engineer G E. Walker m.de tha fol
lowing ftnttmcnt" concerning the
'. Wc had made our regular stop at
Lo;mn when both myself and. llroman
woie covered with guns e.ud ordered
to move tip. We did a? ordered and
stopped thu.tialn at the end of the
switch. The robbers then had u un
couple the nwill and xpress cars and
run a short , distance up the track,'
where they again ordered us to slop.
Tiuti thc-y proceeded to enter the ex
press car and attacked tho through
.safe with explosives. They exploded
two charges of. dynamite on the cafe,
but failed to effect an entrance Ilav- i
Ing i?cd up nil their explosives, they
made i-.ft In the darkness. Tho mail car
and passengers were not disturbed. The
explosions badly wrecked the express
car and safe. The local safe did not
contain any money, consequently the
robbers did not secure anything."
A posse from Dclhart, headed by
Sheriff J. N. Webb, was rushed to the
fcenp of tho hold-up, and at a late hour
this evening,' It Is said, they have tho
robbers surrounded and expect to make
SUiCIDc, NOT ftlUSDER.
Young "Bank Clerk Admits Deed
Rather Than Implicate Woman.
NEW YORK, Aug. 1. Having been
told that he would die within short
time, but still believing that he will get
well. Samuel L. Dana, the young bank
clerk, found In Central park last Friday
with a bullet" wound close tohls heart,
admitted today that the wound' was self
Inflicted. This admission was made to Coroner
Jackaon, who in trying to get the facts
from the patient, threatened to arrest
and bring to Dana's bedside Mrt B. W.
Dignon, the young widow to whom he'
sent a note Immediately after the shoot
ing, and to make her tell what she-knew
of the caw.
"Oh, don't do that," begged the patient.
"She won't know anything about It. I
did the ehooting myself. I want to die."
MAY LOCK OUT STRIKERS.
Employers May Establish. Open Shop
If Trouble Is Hot Adjusted.
NEW YORK. Aug. 1. If the mem
bers of the union who are held respon
sible for the s.trlke In the subway do
not adjust matters promptly, a general
lockout may be ordered by the Build
ing Trades Employers' association, to
be followed by an attempt to establish
an open shop.
After the meeting of the Central Fed
c rated union. It was announced that a
committee had been appointed to bring
about" an amalgamation of the two
painters' unions tho Brotherhood of
Painters and the Amalgamated Paint
ers' society whose fight one against the
other led to the subway strike.
If a general lockout Is ordered, be
tween 25,000 and "oti.000 men In Greater
New York will be affected.
MONTANA MERCHANT KILLED
Hod Boon Hunting and His Gun Was
Special to Th. Tribune.
LIMA, Mont., Aug. 1. O. K. Paul, a
merchant, was killed Sunday afternoon
by the discharge of a Fhotgun. He
was out hunting, and while taking
the gun out of his buggy It went off.
The discharge lodged In his abdomen
and he died shortly afterward.
Big Bounties for Wild Animals.
Special to The Tribune.
BUTTE. Mont.. Aug. ,1. Wild ani
mals are still plentiful In' Montana, ac
cording to a payment Just made by
the State on bounty claims, the Board
of Kxainlners having approved claims
aggregating $39,358. The payment of
the bounties exhausts all the cash In
the State bounty found, and to meet
more claims of about $112,000 It will be
necessary for the Legislature to make
another appropriation. The claims
date from July 13, 1903.
1600 Miles Without Stopping.
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 1. A party of auto
moblllsts from the East, consisting of
F A. Laroche, A. Leblanc, Morris M.
Macon, Herbert H. Everett and Lee
Strauss, arrived In St. Louis after mid
night, after a continuous run of 1600
miles without having actunlly stopped
the machine. The distance was covered
In 1G8 hours 2$ minutes, the trip hav
ing been commenced last Monday. The
return trip will be undertaken next
Texas Democrats Convene Tuesday.
HOUSTON, Tex., Aug. 1. Tho city 13
tilling with delegations to the State
Democratic convention, which will be
gin Tuesday. There Is only one possi
ble contest on the ticket, the other can
didates having befen selected Jn the pri
maries. It Is eald tonight that W. C.
Wqar of HUlsboro will draw out to
morrow, and If he docs the nomination
of S. V. Davidson of Galveston for Attorney-General
Is assured. 1
Fell With Lamp
BownjfeH ar Steps
Miss Helllo iJimning Probably Pa
tally Burned Whilo Visiting
1 at Park City.
Special to Tho Tribune
PARK CITY, Aug. 1. Miss . Nellie
Dunning, aged 10, was probably fa
tally burned about $ o'clock last eve
ning, while carrying' a lighted lamp
down the cellar, stairs' at the rcMdcno
portion of the Union Paclllc depot.
Miss Dunning, who was In company
with a girl about her own age. was
staying at the depot with th? children
of the local agent here, who. vIth his
wife, was at church. For Mine un
known reason she! attempted to carry
the lamp to thd cellar, and tripped on
the stairs, falling several step?. The
lamp exploded and set lire to her cloth
ing. The young lady at once inn out
of tho depot, through the frclghthouse,
when the alarm was turned In, and, but
for the arrival of Clifford Moyne and
Levi Woods, who wrapped their coata
about her, ehc would lurve burned to
The doctor wore called and attended
Miss Dunning. Her home is In Coal
ville, but she had Just come to Park
City today on a viMt to ?.II.f Hosmor.
ACTIVITY IN NINES IN
AMERICAN FORK CANYON
Special to The Tribune.
AMERICAN FORK. Aug. 1. The re
cent strike in the Ontario mine In
American Fork canyon has beep' the
mpans of Inducing considerable activ
ity In that district. The directors of
tho Signet Gold and Copper Mining
company, which owns a group of claims
adjoining the Ontario, at a recent meet
ing decided to institute a vigorous cam
paign on their property. Improvements
Mere made In the way of the erection
of two frame buildings tor bparding
house and blacksmith shop. A tunnel
more than 200 feet long has been driv
en, and the outlook for the opening of
some good ore bodies Is encouraging.
The following young men of Salt Lake
are ollicers and directors of the com
pany: C. E. Stewart, president; W. E.
Young, vice-president; E. E. George,
secretary; A. W. Lister, treasurer, who,
with M. C. Headley, form the board of
In the franchise granted to B. Mahler
of Cleveland, O., for an electric road
through American Fork' it Is stipu
lated that It must be accepted by the
Cleveland capitalist within sixty days,
also that the streets desired must be
selected within one and onuinalf years,
and that the surveys must be llulshcd
within two years; also, that the road
must be completed within three years.
The franchise grants permission to use
any street except First North, between
East and Second WesL It is not the
Intention of the promoter to use the
county roads, preferring to buy and
own his own right of way. The road
will be constructed so as to connect all
cities between Logan and Payson. using
ns Its motive power electricity, with an
average speed of thirty miles an hour.
Tho cars will be constructed so is to
carry mall, express and light freight,
besides passengers. The fares will rep
resent about 0 per cent of the prpse-nt
rates. The cars will run every hou
except on special occasions, when the.
will run oftener.
It has been repored here that the
Dutchman mine of American Fork
canyon Is shipping a car of jits silver-lead-zinc
ore to Cleveland. O., to be
treated by a process which delivers tho
metal chemically pure direct from tho
ore, thus dblng away with the smelting
and refining. By this process the sul
phur Is saved, "as flour of sulphur."
The Dutchman mine has a large body
of ore running 15 per cent lead, 30 per
cent zinc and 15 ounces silver. The
smelters offer $1.50 per ton for this, but
owing to the now process at Cleveland
the values extracted amount to $4S per
ton, making a very marked difference
in favor of the company. During the
past yi5or, In the development of the
Dutchman, the company has run over
600 feet of tunnels, cutting two large
veins of ore. The company has built a
sawmill at .the mine nn'd Is sawing all
the timber used In operating the mine.
Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Holden and son
of Cleveland are enjoying a visit at the
Dutchman mines. Dr. Holden Is presi
dent of the Dutchman Mining company.
Horace McCullough and Jeddle
cMorse, who returned from the Ashley
'country last week, report that country
as the garden spot of Utah.
Frank Turner, who was secured from
Colorado by the American Fork base
ball team to assist In the battle with
Lehl, returned to Grand Junction last
Hurt Walker, who has been doing the
professional ball-tossing for American
Fork, took his leave for new fields yes
terday. 1 ,
Born To Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mere
dith, July 29, a daughter.
Mrs. Anna Wrlgley of Ferron, Emery
county, is making an extended visit
with friends and relatives of this city.
Mrs. Wrlgley has the distinction of be
ing the first person born In American
Fork, which was flfty-two years ago.
Bert Poulson of this city, who, In con
nection with his brother, Niels, and
three other brothers and sisters, had
the good luck to become the heirs to
$10,000 through an Italian lottery In
which they invested J90 more than
twelve years ago and had given it up
as that much toward experience, Is
feeling much elated over their good for
tune. Some time aco the San Francisco
agents of this old lottery forwarded to
a Salt Lake bank a check' for $10,000,
and sent with It an agent to sec that
the Poulson family properly receipted
for the money. On arriving In Salt
Lake Mr. Smooth Guy proceeded down
t:o Pleasant Grove, where he Informed
Niels Poulson of his good fortune, but.
Instead of telling him that there was
$10,000 due him. he informed him that,
there wan $3300 In a Salt Lnke bank
awaiting his signature.
The $90 was deposited more than
twelve years ago by Niels Poulson and
his father, Peter, who has been dead for
como time, so that to have the money
properly receipted for Mr. Poulson and
his mother wcro taken to Salt Lake,
and there they received a $3300 chock.
After their return home Mark Bezzant,
Sr., Mr. Poulson's brother-in-law, 1 c
camo suspicious that this Mr. Smooth
Guy had not given them all that he
should, so he. received power of attor
ney from Mr. Poulson and his mother,
proceeded to Salt Lake, where he
learned Mr. Smooth Guy's name, and
went to the bonk on which they had
received the $3300 check and Inquired If
such a gentleman had about $7000 sub
ject to his check. Whet: informed that
he had. Mr. Bczzant secured the sorv
lcpn of the Sheriff and had Mr. Smooth
Guy located and placed under arrest.
Just ns he was preparing to leave for
the coast. After beginning the proceed
ings that Niels Poulson and mother did
not have full authority to sign for the
rest of the heirs and confronting Mr.
Smooth Guy with the fact that he was
swindling them, the balance of $C700
was turned over to Mr. Beszant. ma
king a total of $10,000 which the? family
has received from an investment which
had long aco been forgotten.
' Peter Poulson, the father, v.-ho, wltn
his con Niels, made the Investment,
had five sons and daughters, so that
after Niels has received his half, of
$5000, tho other $5000 will bo divided.
$1000 each, so that Niels Poulson will
receive as his share, In all. $6000.
0GDEN ELKS TO ELECT,
NEW SECRETARY TUESDAY
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. Aug. 1. Clarence Crandall.
secretary of the local lodge of Elks, has
tmderod hli resignation and a secretary
la to be elected at tho next regular mcet-
.lng Tuesday night.
A sneak thlaf stole a grip belonging to
Ml&s Maggie Biol at the union depot last
evening, and after caching tho contents
attempted to sell the grip to Pawnbroker
Stein. As Boon as the grip was missed
Miss Blel started out to notify the pawn
brokers. When she called at Stein's tho
fellow was lnulde attempting to dispose of
the grip, and ns he came out V. E. Match
collared hlnVand made him stand and de
liver He protested that the grip was hla.
l et as Miss Blel attempted to open It to
see If her belongings were still there the
fellow broke and ran, disappearing down
Dr. Forbes was reported as Improving
The two men hurt on the cut-off last
night are getting along nicely.
The Marshall Mercantile ball team was
defeated by Scowcrot't's Jesscos Saturday
by a score of 6 to 3.
D, A. Maxwell of Five points, who has
boon ill with rheumatism since' last Sep-(
tembcr, is greatly Improved.
Lewis Oats. ( who was killed at Reno
vesterday. was well known In Ogden. He
has resided here for tho past year, room
ing at tho residence of Mr. and Mrs.
The Weber Stake academy annual for
1S01 Is out and is tho most attractive and
Interesting Issue of this over Interesting
publication. Tho commercial coin-so Is
extended from two to three years, and a
four v ears' .scientific course Is added to
the list of studies. Tho faculty for tho
coming year Is announced as follows;
Theology anddUeruture, ,Davld O. McKay:
Latin and general science. John G. Llnd;
German nnd history, William Z. Terry;
music. Joseph Ballantyno; mathematics.
W. M. McKendrlck; pedagogy and
psychology. S. D Bradford; grammar and
phvslcal geography. T. E. McKay; preparatory-
course, Clara P. Eldrldgo; do
mestic arts. Sarah T. Evans; business de
partment, Ray Shurtllff.
WATERS OF COTTONWOOD
CANYON FLOOD RICHFIELD
Special to Tho Tribune.
RICHFIELD, Aug. 1. A flood from
Cottonwood canyon did considerable dam
age In and near Rlchtleld yesterday
afternoon nnd evening. John R. Jensen,
who Is proprietor of a lime kiln near
tin mouth of the canyon, saw tho tlrst
"approach of the water. Roaring down
Cottonwood came a solid wall of muddy,
soothing water, sixty feet wldo and five
feet high. Largo numbers of huge logs
and a mass of smalled drlftwodd tumbled
down Into tho valley.
When the Hood entered open ground
moat of the tide turned north and swept
off Into the fields, doing little damage, but
part of It swerved south, towards tho city,
nnd poughed through the Sevier valley
canal, broke Into tho city park and
rushed through lots Into town, converting
Main street into a river. Last night tho
business section might have passed for
Tho heaviest loss was sustalnod by tho
canal, which was In some places washed
out and In othcr3 tilled with debris.
One of the most enjoyable social events
of recent date In Rlchtlold was a recep
tion at tho Sevlor Valley hotel, tendered
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Peterson. Tho
guesta were Messrs. and Mcsdamcs S. G.
Clark, Lcstor Elliott, Arthur Happier,
Charles lleppler, H S Ivle, George M.
Jones, N. L. Merrlflcld, Dwlght Motcer,
P. C. Nelson, Charles Olscn, James M.
Peterson, Niels C. Poulson and Joseph
Wilkinson, Misses Bessie Aslmus, Joslo
Jones and Hazel Wilkinson; Mcsdamo3
Arthur Dennis, A. K. Hansen Walter
Morrison. Almon Peer and Charles Skou
gaard, and Mr. Orson Chrlstcilscn.
Hon. C. E. Allen' and John Bard have
returned to Zlon from a tour of Inspec
tion of the Live Oak prospect near Mon
roe, thl8 county, about flftoon miles
south of Richfield. They found It a most
promising showing of four parallel veins,
all assaying way up In gold at the grass
roots and being developed by a big work
ing tunnel which will tap the ore at an
advantageous sloping depth. The com
pany owning tho ground Is In excellent
ahapo financially, having- lloatcd stock
enough to carry the tunnel to Its destination.
Special to Tho Tribune.
MANTI, Aug. L The hews that II. S.
Kerr had resigned his position with tho
Sanpete Valley Railroad company and
had accepted the position of manager of
the A. W. McCuno railroad In Peru was
a complete surprise to tho peoplo here.
Many expressions of regret were heard
on tho street hero this afternoon: not
that tho pooplo here begrudgo him this
deserved promotion, but his worth as a
citizen Is appreciated, and nil are loath
to lose him. He has always manifested
a public spirit and a lively Interest in
public enterprises looking to the upbuild
ing of thu city.
He has taken an active jWt In the Ar
raplnc Commercial club of this city, hav
ing been tho secretary of tho club since
Its organization some two years ago. Ho
was one of the promoters of the organi
zation and Is ono of Its most Influential
Mr. Kerr married one of Mnntl's lead
ing young ladles about four years ago.
MIrs Millie Keller, and from that fact
and from his having recently purchased
a beautiful homo here. It was concluded
that he would make Mantl' his permanent
.Mr, Kerr is a polished gentleman and
, during hlu atay in this county has mado
a great many frlnnda .both for himself
and for hlu company
Tho storms thnt wo have had hero tho
last three days, while they havo done a
great dOnl of good, they have done con
siderable damage to tho crops In different
parts of the county. A Inrgo portion or
hie hcavv grain has been laid Hat and
much of U will bo lost. Little or no rain
hna fallen here during the entire sum
mer months beforo this storm, and thoso
parts of the county where water for Ir
rigation Is scarce have been especially
Hon. W. K. Reld went to Mt. Pleasant
to Join Mrs. Rcld. She and a number of
ladles from Mantl' have been th guests
of Mrs. Swcn O. Nlclson at an outing at
Mr. NlelBon's benuclful ranch, about
seven miles north of Fnlrvlcw, for a
Otto Ottosen. ex-City Marshal of Mantl.
has returned home from tho coal camps
tn Cnrbon county, where he has been
employed for several months as a deputy.
He says that there mo a number of strik
ers In Carbon county yet, but that they
LARGE HORSE BUYER
Special ,lo The Tribune.
MODENA. Utah, Aug. 1. C. L. Jones
of Alta, la., representing Jones & Robin
son, largo ucalers In horacs, of Manson,
Iru, Is hero In the Interest of his firm
and expects to purchase several car
loads of horses In Nevada and Utah,
which he will ship from this point. Mr.
Jones says his firm are heavy buyers
and they have billed as high as eighteen
carloads of horse . In one shipment.
Speaking of prices, he said thta horses
could be purciiased from 35 to 10 per cent
cheaper now than In tho spring.
C. C. Miller, superintendent of the Lit
tle Buck mine near Fay. Nov., passed
through heri? yesterday en route to Salt
Lake City. Speaking of affairs at Fay,
ho said: "We have put sixty-live tons
of ore through tho Horseshoe mill as
an experiment and wo are much pleased
with the results. We nxS shipping today
fifty pounds of amalgam and IXK pounds
of cyanides which will go nbout S50 to
the. ion. Another cariond pf about tho
same kind of ore that wo shipped about
ton days ago and which .guve values of
about i 10 por ton, Is being prepared for
Funeral of Little Child. $
Special to The Tribune.
PAYSON. Aug. 1. The funeral of tho
small child of Mr. and Mrs. William But
ton of Eureka was held this afternoon at
the homo of Mrs. T. W. Black of tho Sec
Dr. Richard Moth has returned from a
visit to his old homo In Chilton, Wis, Ho
will remain In Pay3on a few weeks and
thon locate In some town In tho State and
practice medicine. Ho has his eyo on
Tomorrow a largo number of our resi
dents leave for Iagoon to take In tho
excursion of Utah county musicians.
Our bjLseball players aro organizing and
will prepare to give our city some good
games yet this Bcason. A subscription list
was circulated yesterday evening and our
business people contributed very liberally
to help got tho boys suits, balls, bats, etc.,
necessary for the game. We havo a num
ber of good players here, and the team
will bo ready to take on any of the ama
teur organizations soon.
Wo are Informed that Willis Rodgcrs
has sold out his barber business In Robin
son and will soon move to Payson and
tngngo In tho samo business.
The wedding of Loi Ellertson' of Mona
-and Miss Prlel Selman of this city la "an
nounced to take place on August 10 In the
Salt Lake Temple.
I Out of Town Politics
1 Metcalf Withdraws.
Special to The Tribune
MAXT1, Aug. 1 -William Motcalf. here
tofore prominently mentioned as a candi
date for tho Legislature from, tho south
ern part of this county. Is said to havo
withdrawn from the race.
Mr. Metcalf Is one of Gunnison's leaders
In politics, and has been promlnont In this
respect for several years, and his with
drawal Is deemed significant from the fact
that a largo number of leading Repub
licans of Gunnison are close political
friends of both Metcalf end IL A. Kearns,
and It Is iulto certain that Metcalf hav
ing withdrawn, the greater portion of his
support will doubtless go to Kcarna.
This leaves the Legislative fight at Gun
nison now between Henry A. Kearns and
C. M. Modscn
Another cnndldate has entered the race
for tho office of County Clerk, Norman
Curtis of Moroni. This makes three from
Moroni who desire tho place. P. W.
Ellapon. Ephralm Anderson and Norman
Curtis, and each with his friends are ac
tively 'canvassing the city. Moroni Is tho
only place In tho county as yet that has a
candldato for the clerk's office.
Mr. Ellason Is tho present dork, and he
has just returned from Moroni, where ho
has boon for a few days looking aftor his
IntereslR, politically and otherwise. Ho
says that the outlook Is satisfactory.
J. Morgan County Treasurer, has been
visiting at Spring CJty for the last few
days. He desires to succeed himself, and
he Is there looking after bin Interests In
that respect. At present hta political
troubles aro not many, as ho seems to bo
the only candidate for office from Spring
City, nnd thorn, Is no other candidate for
County Treasurer In the county, and It
looks as though he will got tho nomina
tion without a contest.
Hichflcld Politicians Active.
Spocla! to Tho Tribune.
RICHFIELD, Aug. 1. Mayor James
Christiansen returns tomorrow from Salt
Lake, where he has been Inquiring Into
his candidacy for the Republican nomina
tion for State Treasurer.
State Statistician Charles DeMolscv ha3
finished his labors among tho Wayne
county Republicans In the Interest of the
Cutler-Smoot-Sutherland combination and
will continue down to tho counties south.
Gideon Snyder, one of tho most promi
nent Republican warhorses of Piute coun
ty, who is now temporarily quartered In
Zlon. Is In Richfield on business. His
opinion Is that Gov. Wells will bo renomi
nated. Sheriff Charles Morrill spent a recent
day In this city.' He slates Uiat the Re
publicans of his county aro divided be
tween Wells and Hammond.
Judge Agee Strongly Opposed
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Aug. 1. Judge Agee. so It
Is -said here, Isn't going to have it ail
his own way In his race for Supreme
Judge. Judge John E. Bagley, at pres
ent City Attorney of Ogden, Is after the
ex-Nebraskan's scalp, and Bagley Is a
pretty good foot-racer, too. Bagley
stands well with tho rural delegates and
is making a vigorous fight. Tho mat
ter, however, will be decided In the city,
and that is the uncertain quantity In
Weber county politics.
Dr. A. S. Condon's boom for United
States Senator Is growing with each
day. The wily doctor has but little to
say, but It Is known thnt he Is working
Industriously on the quiet and thnt he
has Influential friends In every precinct
of tho county who leave no stone un- !
turned to advance his Interests.
The doctor thinks he will be able to
secure the Weber delegation solid. ;
WILL OUTDO MISS ALICE.
President's Sons Mean to Havo Great
Week at the Exposition.
ST. LOUIS. Aug. l.-Thc Roosevelt
party of boyu spent the, groator port of
Sundav at tho First Presbyterian church
nnd in writing letters. They expect to
start out Monday morning to outdo tho
record established by their slater during
her recent visit at th World's 1-alr and
from present Indications Ibcy will bo
Tho boys expressed themselves as having
had one of the best times of their lives.
An unique christening of a Filipino baby
born cm July 0. at which President 1; ran
ds acted as god-father, took place toclaj
at the Philippine reservation, fhe ooj
was named Louis Francis Sllvo, In honor
of St. Louis and President 1 rands.
The statement of the recorded admis
sions for the week undluif July 30 was
given Out tonight and shows an attend
ance of 551.SU, n pain of 39.692 over tho
previous week. liisl week's attendanco
brings the grand total of admissions to
the World's Fair since its opening up to
5,7.577. The record for last week follows:
Monday. July 25 ; S1.901
Tuesday, July 2d 89.008
Wednesday. July 27 .C0?.
Thursday. July 23 ;
Friday. July 23 ,.gi
Saturday. July 30 M2.2,0
Total ft. .K1.W2I
For a time Sunday the boys visited the
Government building at the exposition
With a special permit from the exposi
tion management and under th per
sonal care of Secretary Lawrenco Gra
ham of the Government commission
they enjoyed the various? exhibits dis
played and nothing was passed by with
out careful inspection.
ASSAULTED AND MURDERED
Torch Used to Hide Killing of "White
SAVANNAH, Ga., Aug. L Will Cota
and Paul Reed. ' negroes, suspected of
the murder and burning of the Hodge
family near Stateboro, were brought
here today for safe-keeping.
Evidence has developed that tends to
show that Mrs. Hodge and her nlne-year-old
daughter, Klttie, were assault
ed before they were killed. The theory
now ly that Mr. Hodse was first at
tacked and killed at the stable. Then
little Klttie wan assaulted. Her ecreams
attracted her mother, who ran out with
a lamp which she set down on a gate
post. The lamp was still burning when
1he neighbors discovered the fire.
When Mrs. Hodge rnn to the aid of
her daughter the theory Is that she wos
knocked down, outraged and thr-n killed.
Then all the bodleo. living ot7?B
dragged into the houae and fl;
applied This theory coincl,i0 he,,
confession of the wife ot Srf M
cuaod men. v,,,:oiuis
MAY VISIT UNITED STATES
' ' !
Prosidont Diaz of Mexico Exp
Make Tour Next Wiatsr, 'f
Mexico' city. Aug. 1 v
McCauley, a. New York financS
been presented to Prcsidcnt'ci
Vice-President-elect Corraf by ? !
can Embassador Clayton. In the
of a long Interview President
spoke of Mexico's de?lre to tn
the Investment of American cinpSM
McCauley expressed the opinion Tv
President Diaz would visit thn
States It would greatly advance
can Interests In Mexico.
President Diaz said that he
the United States during ihe 2
winter. This remark Is tWn
that President Diaz Intends 'to
lief from executive duties won aft
installation of Scnor Corral fa Sv.
Admitted to Cltizonship at Lot
Special to Tho Tribune
.LOGAN, Aug. l.-Frcd EpctH n't
lege, has been admitted to cltiiMitwJ
fore Judgo Hart. 'Z-iuhlp
n 6 T.
Clerk Larson granted a marrlae '
to John O. Johnson, aged 37 0f Kim
City, and Mary McDonald ar'M"1
Smlthfleld. The ceremony was wrf
by Precinct Justlco Thomas C S
The quarterly conference of tK r
stnko of Zlon was In session todav pJ
dents Joseph Morrell. isnac Smi,r
Wlllnrd W. MaiiKhan presiding I
President Anthon II. Lund of t&
Presidency of the church and Jul
Charles W. Penrose of the nuonS?
apostles In attendance. j.
Battle in the Swamps, tfl
ST. JOSEPH. Mich. Auc. llldj
Sheriff Dc-tample was slight!) NvoaU
and one of two men, suspected, cf'fl
sault, was mortally wounded lifl
pitched battle near here today. 5
wounded man and a companion einfl
to the swamps near this city. ?JS
one of them ventured nto the cltl
secure aid for his companion, wbffl
was arrested He refused to reveaM
hiding place of the wounded majL'H
tonight a number of officers are 9
rounding the swamps where he IsS
lleved to b In hiding. U
Inkling of Upheaval in Bogotsfl
WASHINGTON. Aug. l.-An 1:9
of an up-hea-val In Bogota has rusfl
here through ofllclal channel, to tbfl
feet that the anti-Reyes element
lower houso of the Colombian CciS
was dissatisfied with the way In vH
things were going and gave evldifl
of strong opposition to him for thtrfl
Idency. Tho Colombian CongrcJH
supposed to have met In BosofcH
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