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I '' THE SALT LA TOW TEEBUIOS.
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";! Delegates Leave for
! ,; Mining Congress.
' Lively Campaign Is to Be
.Iff!: Inaugurated at Port-
h ,!;: , land, Or.
' '!''$ '
" ' if':
( jf i , Joembers of the Congress Who Cannot
' I f.i Go Will Bo Allowed to Send
' ' 'J'
1 J ,! Proxies.
I ' 1 ' ,j, In a special Pullman, luxurious in its
! y y,', appointments and loaded with litera-
', S, . ture setting forth the resources oC Utah,
l , as well as other convincing nrguments
I ( for the location In this city of the
$ permanent headquarters of the Amcrl-
l can mining congress, the majority of
1 J the Salt Lake delegation to the seventh
annual convention of the congress left
j ' f at o'clock last night for Portland,
jfj; a half dozen of the members having
' Mj none several days ago to get an early
' start In the campaign. The contingent
'.jj which left last night will reach Port-
i 1 i land at S o'clock Monday morning, In
' ;; time for the opening of the convention.
( I j' at 10 o'clock. It is expected that only
( 'i routine business will be transacted on
1 '! j. the first day of the convention, and the
j Salt Lake delegation will occupy most
' ; of the day In getting its forces In work-
'; ing order. It is believed that the plan
, -i of campaign In behalf of this city will
i:,y be one mainly of personal argument
,; l I with delegates, showing them Salt
jl Lake's advantages as the location for
, ' Jli; IMjrmanent headquarters of the con-
'i '! vention, its central location in the great
,'y mineral zone of the United States,
AJt the wonderful production of the State
j ' j of which it Is the capital, and last, but
'pi not least, the splendid site for a build-
? ih- ing, in the very heart of the city, which
v ' t is offered to the congress as a free gift,
''ijil The one advantage of central location
', l) alone should bring the headquarters to
. fin Salt Lake, and It Is believed, therefore,
' '.' that the arguments of this city's dele-
; ry gatlon of representative citizens can-
i I.' ?i! rot be overcome.
I . ' ( I f i ! Powers's Great Speech.
t I ! The feature of the delegation's work
!' 1 1 will be, of course, the speech of Judge
j, j I O. W. Powers In nominating Salt Lake
1 l(j i City for the honor of becoming perma-
nent headquarters for the greatest
i j Industrial congress. Thl9 speech, in
i jr printed form, has already been sent
'!( to the daily ntwspapers of the country
j ' by the Associated Press, and will ap-
, l i pear In all of them In the first Issues
i , ! i following ItsNlellverance. That it will
, H be a gem of oratory and a compendium
( , ' of interesting facts In the Interest of
, ! 'I; ' this city and State goes without saying.
. ; 1,1 1 The delegation is well supplied with
. ! jj1 attractive badges, which themselves
, . speak volumes In this city's favor, and
J they will be pinned upon every delegate
and every citizen of Portland who can
. 1 fc he Induced to wear one or more. A
1 , M Saratoga trunk filled with Instructive
Uiah literature of various kinds was
! i 1 also taken along, and, In addition to all
f ! L' till?, the delegation ordered a large
? ' 'j! number of the Sunday Tribune for free
( 8j' ' distribution In the convention city,
jli; Mining Men Liberal.
, ' ,. "We not only expect to bring the con-
'.; gross home with us," said II. S. Joseph,
it i 'hK one of the foremost workers of the dele-
! .'."Li gallon, last night, ''but we, sha.ll also
'r do a lot of good advertising for the
.';iJi State and city. The mining men have
i ' ,j ' been liberal In donating funds to de-
;! I i'.'f fray necessary expenses, and we have
1 I f, fi the means to carry on a good work and
I , j i il. i intend to make it count." j
, f 'tj Before leaving last night the delega-
U ( 'ri tlon wired Secretary Tibbals, who Is al-
. rc.dy in Portland, to secure the parlors
j ; ', of the Portland hotel for Salt Lake City
; V headquarters during the convention.
1 i;; -Proxies Can Be voted.
( ( !r,f Secretary Fisher Harris of the Com-
, 1 nil merclal club Is In receipt of a telegram
! 1 j i from Mr. Tibbals "which contains Im-
I, i ;i portant news. It Is that members of
t , ' j the American mining congress can send
I f, ' I ' J their proxies, which can be voted, and
I ,. j therefore It Is, most earnestly desired
1 t i that nil those who have memberships
' ' , 1 Ij in the congress sand their proxies to
the Commercial club not later than next
i ,'('(( Thursday morning, so as to have as
u many votes as possible for Salt Lake
; ',(!! in Its cfTort to secure to this city the
I ! , ;j permanent headquarters of Ue con-
. I ji I j gross.
1 t ,J''il Prior to the receipt of this telegram
' ii'Jl it -was the understanding that proxies
-11 V 'T ' would not be recognized, and this new
j i'l Ir, order ovf "things will greatly aid the
l;,t j committee in its efforts to win out,
All those who desire to become new
i , 'A j members of the congress and help swell
j ' ; vte can send their proxies, together
',' ' ; I v with a check to cover the initiation fee
.v)'H of $5 and the first year's dues, aniount-
, , Hjjj ing to or a total of $7.
, M . The Salt Lake contingent feels as-
1 1 surcd of success, but every vote -will
kfJljl count, and as the securing of the head-
, H1 quarters will mean so much to this city,
, fiiji ; the desire is to have as many proxies
i ' , iiyu; as possible.
! : it II Those Who Are Going.
. I ! 'jli' The roster of the Salt Lake delegation
f ; l is us follows John Dern, W. H. Tlb-
i ' I !' ' ,i !f I bale, O. W. Powers. J. W. Houston, W.
J i! J. Halloran, II. S. Joseph, S. W. Morrl-
I , 31 i eon, L. D. Martin, C. T. Mixer, George
J ,vi 1 G i ,;p- Holman. A. N. McKay, James E.
' 1 i " rt1 - Jennings, W. H. Child, O. F. Peterson,
,'l ji Hi ' John A. Kirby, W. W. Byrne, J. E. Tal-
1 I i ,h j mage, H. C. Lawrence, James Chlp-
i ',Uf man, C. L. Dlgnowity, A. J. Davis,
l L '.liii Tony Jacobson.
' ! A Ml i
Ii j M j A Fino Baby
I'm': , 'Arrived 13 years ago, Mrs. Hanah
.': i'l ' i ; Lyngberg was the midwife. The father
'i'l :, M j - -n-ouldn't pay the bill; said It was out-
; III " lawed. Jevver hear the like? We col-
' j J' ij ft ' lected It tother day. Does anybody owe
J, I f f you? If so write or call on us.
' , 1 ' MERCHANTS' PROTECTIVE ASS'N.
i I iji VM Francis G. Luke. Gen'l Manager,
i 'j ( Scientific Collectors of Bad Debts.
Vl" i ll ' flit -0D oor Commercial Block.
!,J 'ij lkV "Some People Don't Like Us.f
'1 i Baseball double-headdr today,
AW UNFINISHED TALE.
The Conclusion, of Which Would Not
Do to Print.
It is altogether probable that a woll
known Salt Lake newspaper man will
know what not to Joke about In tho fu
ture. The nowspaper man in question
is the proud possessor, or rather a Joint
possessor, of a baby of recent arrival.
Needless to say his wife is quite fond
of tho child.
Now 1L .ix happened that nnothor
newspaper man wanted the young
father to accompany him on a fishing
trip on a Sunday. The matter was just
beginning to take definite shape when
the wife of tho newspaper man who
owns the baby entered a vigorous ob
jection. "Nq, you don't." said she, or words
to that pffect. "You'll stay homo with
that baby tomorrow. He's as much
yours as mine, and you can devote Sun
tiny to his attention."
"I suggest," interrupted tho other
newspaper man, with an Idea of propi
tiation, "that we take th baby along."
"Yes," replied the man who owns the
baby, '"and use him for bajl."
Now tho baby was not taken along,
nor did the father go And this Ib not
all of the ntory. but the rest of It will
BOTH WANTED SOME BEER.
Thirsty Wayfarer Seeks Sunday
Booze at tho Police Station.
In Ills search for that which cheers and
also Intoxlcatos n weary wayfarer re
ceived a sovcre shock at an early hour
this morning. Out of reopoct for tho Sun
day closing ordinance tho burtondors had
locked their front doors and drawn their
blinds, Tho wayfarer wandered along
East First South street in search of a
"night cap." After trying sovoral bolted
doors ho was cheered by tho sight of an
electric lamp hanging over the sidewalk.
Under tho lamp whs a ponging screen
opening into a brightly lighted room.
Desk Sorgcant Cowley Smith had just
disposed of a plain drunk and was set
tling back Into his easy chair when he
heard someone fumbling at tho window
screen of the police station.
"Wluu do you want?" he called out.
"I am looking for somothlng," camo a
voice from the outside.
"What arc you looking for?" asked tho
"A saloon." ropllod tho voice.
"Thais' all right," said tho sorgcant.
"Can't you see tho bar In here? What
do you want?"
"I would llko a glass of beer."
"So woold I," responded tho sorgeant.
By thin tlmo tho wayfarer hud reached
a position from which he could seo tho
officer's star. Ho must havo realized that
ho had placed his head in tho lion's Jaws,
for he tied down the street completely
Ignoring Mr. Smith's Invitation to come
IMPORTED INSANE NEPHEW,
Fred Bruyn Will Be Sent Back to His
It having become evident that Fred
Bruyn, late from Holland but now of Og
den. Is not a desirable citizen of theso
United States, Immigration Inspector
Thomas J. Longley arid Sheriff Bailey of
Weber county will leave with him today
for New York, where they will placo him
on the Cunarder Lucanln for deportation.
Bruyn was invltcu to this country by his
aunt, who lives In Ogden. Ho succeeded
la passing the Inspectors at the nort, but
before ho got to Denver ho had developed
unmistakable signs of Insanity. At Colo
rado Springs he became so bad that tho
County PhyBlclan was detailed to accom
pany him to ORdcn. The cose was called
to the attention of the authorities by tho
County Commissioners of El Paso county,
In tho meantime Bruyn had made
things so lively at the home of his aunt
that her husband filed an Information al
leging insanity. He was adjudged Insane
August 2 and was Immediately turned
over to the Immigration officers. The
steamship company which brought -him
over will be compelled to nay half the
cost of returning him to the coast and
carry him back to Holland free.
BAND PLAYED QUICK STEP,
Young People Had an Exciting Hny-
Kack Ride Last Night.
A party of young people from the south
ern part of the city had an exciting hay
rack rldo last night that camo near ond
'ng In a serious' accident. ' With a four
horse team they started up Main street to
hear the popular band concert. Directly
In front of the platform whero the band
is stationed, tho horses took fright at tho
music and str.rtcd to run at a mad gallup.
As they turned east on Brlgham street,
the double-trees felt down upon the hcol3
of tho leaders, frightening them to even
greater speed. For a block and a half
tiny dashed along until dlrecily In front
of the University club when one of tho
horses fell, bringing the other hones and
the hay-rack, with Its load of pleasure
Beckers, to a sudden standstill. With
some little difficulty the animal was put
on Its feet, and the young people went on
their way, nono tho worse for thd ad
venture. They declined to glvo tholr
names, some of the girls remarking that
If their parents heard of the accident, it
would mean their last hay-ride.
The stone work on the Federal build
ing Is almost completed. The building
Itself is more than half done.
Contractor Campbell is considering
the plans of tho proposed public build
ing at Laramie, which will cost $100,000.
He has been' Invited to make a bid.
COLORADO AND RETURN
Via D. & n. G., August 20, 21.
To Colorado Springs, Denver and Pu
eblo, Five days' transit limit in both
directions, during which time stop-overs
will be allowed. Final limit 30 days.
Choice of routes. See agent for particulars.
Fred C. Graham, soloist, Saltalr, Sunday.
Mrs, Ella. Cummlng Wetzell has re
turned from her vacation nntl will try
voices between eleven and twelve, a. m.
Mondays and Thursdays. Also assign
hours to pupils In voice culture. Term
beginning September 1st.
An evening! a week will bo devoted to
those who wish to study opera oratorio
and light singing.
School of Vocal Art, G15-616-617 Tem
Voices tried free. '
Mavkot Gardeners' Day
, At Lagoon, August 27. Free melons. ,
Armstrong Paid $12.25
to lis Wife.
it Was All the Kloney Ho
Had When in Court-
Street Car Man Rebuked by Judge
Lewis for Not Paying
Judge Lewis delivered a stirring re
buke to Frank Armstrong yesterday
for falling to pay alimony to his former
wife, Sophia Armstrong, and ordered
him to appear in court on September
17 to show why ho should not be pun
ished for contempt.
Armstrong pleaded thnt he had been
compelled to pay so many bills since
Judge Hall made the order on Juno 2
that he had been unable to pay the $25
monthly alimony. Tho Judge Informed
Armstrong that hereafter he must pay
his wife's alimony llrst and would
probably have subjected him to further
punishment had not the attorney for
his former wife asked that he be given
ano'ther month In which to pay. The
Judge gave him until September 17.
Before dismissing Armstrong the
court ordered him to pay his wife $12.25,
which he had in his pocket. Armstrong
told the court that he -was an employee
of the street railway company, receiv
ing from $G0 to $70 per month and he
was advised to pay $33 on September
11, his next pay day.
Tho Oregon Short Lino Ttallroad com
pany lllcd condemnation yesterday,
against Barnard J. Stewart, Mrs. B. J.
Stewart, Emma Hanson and J. XV.
Strlngfollow to secure possession of land
at tho station of Atwoods, a point be
tween Salt Lake and Sandy, soas to con
struct a spur Joining the main line. Simi
lar condemnation suplls tiled by the sumo
company some Mmo ago were heard before-
Judge J.ewls yesterday morning.
Tho Utah Savings and Trust company
commenced suit against Richard Guen
ther and P. A. II. Franklin In tho Third
District court yesterday to roeovor J600
duo on a promissory note and interest ut
S per cont per annum from December 27,
Tho Utnh Savings and Trust company
commenced suit In the Third District
court against P. A H. Franklin yesterday
to collect money duo on two promissory
notes. On the llrst cause of action tho
plaintiff prays for thp sum of J17K0.G5, with
Interest thereon at the rate of S per cent
per annum from December 27, 1MJ. Upon
tho second cause of action for the sum of
250 with interest at S per cent from July
2, 1902, and for the costs of suit.
Louise C. Madson Lund lllcd suit
against R. E. McConanghy and Mrs. R.
E. McConanphy In the Third District
court yesterday to quiet tltlo to a strip
of land twonty-aeven inches wide and
ten rods long, running east from Seventh
East between First and Second South
Tho suit of John O. Mnttox and '3. F.
Mattox against Isaac, Mary, Benjamin
S. and Ellen Chapman to quiet title to
tho Alice A. No. 2 placer mining claim,
was dismissed by Judge Lewis yesterday
at the plaintiff's cost.
Judgo Lewis rendered a decision for the
plaintiff In tho suit of R. S. Guellana et
al. against the Bingham Copper Boy Min
ing company to quiet title to tho Black
lead lode mining claim In the West Moun
tain district, Tooelo county.
Furs! Furs I
R. Stenzel Fur Co. is now located at
70 East Third South, corner State, and
our factory nt 2CI South State street.
We are tho largest fur manufacturing
and establishment In the State of Utah.
Everybody Is invited to call and Inspect
It. We guarantee the public that we
send no work East. Do all our whole
sale and retail manufacturing here.
All work made to order remodeled,
repaired, cleaned and dyed at summer
prices. Highest price paid 'for raw furs
and game heads.
Independent Tel. 533; Bell Tel. 700.
Excellent programme, popular con
cert, Saltalr, Sunday.
Beautiful Tribute to Miss Heath.
It was a touching tribute that was paid
to tho memory of Gala Heath, daughter
of Mrs. C E. Colo, of Ml West Third
South street, when the members of her
Sunday-school class and friends gathered
on Thursday afternoon to express their
appreciation of her beautiful charactpr.
The WentmlnBtor church was filled to
overllQWlng, the music of tho choir was
most appropriate, tho eulogy by tho pas
tor was exceptionally Impressive, and tho
six girls, attired In spotless whlto, all of
whom were of her class In tho Sunday
school, acted as pall-bcarcrs, presenting
a scene not soon to be forgotten.
Flute and cornet duet Saltalr, Sun
day. Young & Fowler have moved. Now
located In the new basement at 32 Main
St., opposite Z. C. M. I.
FredC. Graham, soloist, Saltalr, Sunday.
( For Residences.
20 outgoing calls per month. No
charge for incoming calls. 2&c for ex
ROCKY MOUNTAIN BELL TELE
Excellent programme, popular con
cert, Saltalr, Sunday.
F. O. E., .Attention.
All members of the fraternal order of
Eagles are hereby requeated to attend
the funeral of Brother Thomas A. Davis
of Fay (Nevada) Aerki, at .Evans's
undertaking parlors Sunday. 2 p. m.
GEO. A. WHITAKER, W. P.
A. BERNSTEIN, W. S.
Flute -and cornot duot Saltalr, Sun-Lday-
STARTS OCEAN CAMPAIGN.
Col. Tom Fitch Preaches Republican
ism on tho Vasty Deep.
Col. Tom Fitch, tho well-known at
torney, politician and orator of -the
west coast, and who made his home In
thla city for a short tlmo a few years
ago, has Just arrived In San Francisco
from Honolulu. He came over on the
Siberia, which arrived at San Francisco
on Thursday, and Col. Fitch claims the
honor of having opened the cam
paign for Roosevelt In mid-ocean, be
tween the California coast and the new
Insular possessIonb He talked for an
hour In favoc of the Republican party
on the deck of the Siberia, and says
that If a vote could have been taken on
that steamer, It would havo boon al
most unanimously for Roosevelt,
It la likely that Col. Fitch will sitump
California In behalf of tho Republican
party and its loader, Theodore Roose
velt, but he has declined Invitations to
speak in Michigan, Now York, Indiana
and UlInolH. Col. Fitch Is confident
that Roosevelt will be elected, but says
thero Is danger In the over-conlldence
of the Republican party. Everybody
must work, and work hard, he says, In
order to bring about the deylred result.
WORD PRIZES AWARDED.
List of Ral Estate Day Premiums
Havo Been Distributed.
Award of prizes In the Rcavla Syslom
word contest. In connection with tho
Real. Estato association's celebration on
Juno 20, was announced last night, the
prizes having been offered for tho great
est number of words constructed by
school children from the letters In the
quory "Whoso roof Is over your head?"
Tho award is as follows:
First prize. $2o In gold. Miss Myrtle
Brain, ago 11 years; numbor of words, I
Second prize. $15 In gold, Romnoy Brain, I
11 years old; number of words, S315.
Third prize, $10 In gold. George Nlchol- '
as Iff t. Jr.. of Pocatello, Ida., 10 years
old; number of words, 7010.
Consolation prlac. Wllda Nichols, 52S
East Fourth South street. Salt Lak-?
City; number of words, G033.
Tho winners of tho rst and second
prizes aro sister anu brother and aro
children of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph V. Brain.
5C7 Third street, this city. Miss Myrtle is
a graduato of Bryant school, and Ilomney
now nttends Lowell school.
The judges of the contest were William
Iglohcart of tho Herald. Wing B. Al
len of The Tribune and John E. Hansen
of tho Desoret Nows. More than 500 esti
mates wore submitted, from ton Stati".
involving a great amount of labor to com
pare the different lists and Judge as ti
words which should not be admitted.
Events at tho Resorts.
Following are tho winning numbers
In the prize drawing employees' day at
First prize: $10 In gold, 28,795; silver
cake dish. 13.-11S; mandolin. 28,936; toilet
set, 13,37-1; one case beer, 13,411; case of
beer, 31,432; 1000 pounds coal, 13,'417;
portable electric lamp. 28,892; quarter of
mutton, 3S.20C; toilet cabinet, 13,295;
two years subscription to Deseret
News, 13.230; lady's wrist and hand bag,
38,043; Jewelry; $2.50. 12.995; $5 den
tistry. Dr. Zimmerman, 34.495; 1000
pounds coal, 3S.282; one bottle cham
pagne, 37.S97; pair silk suspenders, 13,
430; bottle whisky, 13.022; metal tabor
ette, 13.322; kodak, 38.022; one year's
subscription to the Herald, 13.824; case
of beer, 13,804; case of leer, 13.525; Jew
elry. $1.75, 13,254; season's ticket to Salt
air beach. 34,401; 1000 pounds coal, 28,
896; $5 lreatment Dr. J. Davis, 13.158;
season ticket to Utahna park, 12,993;
lady's belt. 3-1,653; case of beer. 38,003;
lady's pocket book, 13,634; ten tickets to
Bon Ton theater, 13,-Sll; burnt wood
placque. 13,394; bottle of Scotch whis--ky,
13.1S2; one year's subscription to
The Tribune, 13,723; framed picture, 2S,
8S8; pair men's slippers, 13,641; case of
beer, 13,409; case of beer, 13,217; picture,
37,973; pair of lady's slippers, 34,501;
dress skirt, 34,706; hat, 13,735; lady's
brooch, 34,692; pair of kid gloves, 13,333;
bottle of whisky. 3S.055; one case root
beer, 37.9S3; one case root beer, 13.325;
Saltalr beach souvenir, 13.0S3; one bot
tle perfume, 34,676; one dozen bottles of
ginger ale, 3S.157; ten tickets for Chill
Con Came, 38,209; one case of beer, 34,
443. The Rebekahs will have their outing
at Saltalr August 22. A unique pro
gramme, including a tug-of-war, voting
contest, needle contest, fat ladles race,
lean ladles' race, apple race and auction
of line china will be carried out.
The management of Calder's park will
celebrate the anniversary of the open
ing of that resort on August 24. On that
occasion the voting contest for Gover
nor will be closed.
All arrangements have been complet
ed for the outing of the Salt Lake Let
ter Carriers' association tomorrow at
Lagoon. In addition to the regular at
tractions of the resort a number of
special features have been arranged for
the occasion, including races, dancing
and a ball gamo,,at 5:30 o'clock. A num
ber of prizes are to bo awarded In the
contests. Prizes are also to be given
for the largest family, most popular
carrier, etc. The proceeds of the day
will be devoted to a fund which Is now
being raised to entertain delegates to
the National Letter Carriers' conven
tion at Portland next fall, a large num
ber of whom will stop off in Salt Lake.
Manager Pyper has booked Sousa'a
band for a concert at tho Tabernacle on
Nannie Tout, the young Ogden singer,
who has won famo abroad, will sing at
the Salt Lake Theater Monday even
ing, August 29.
Frederick Warde and ICathryn Kidder
opened their season last night at Blng
hamton, N. Y., In a new play, "Salam
bo." A large audience greatly enjoyed
Expert piano tuner and repairer. P. O.
box 005. 'Phono Carstensen & Anson
Mrs. Foley Found Guilty.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Foley were tried
In Judse DIehl's court yesterday on tho
charpo of stealing an $18 boa from Mrs.
Anna Lydda of 110 South Fourth West
street, with whom they roomed. Mrs.
Foley was found guilty of petit larceny
and will receive her sentence on Monday.
Her husband's caso was taken under ad
visement The evidence showed that Mm.
Foley had been seen to lako to the ex
press ofllco a packago which proved to
contain the boa, and which she consigned
to her husband at Ogden,
Special attention will be given tho lit
tle onea durjng the matinee' at Saltalr,
Aug. 29, Chrlstenscn'a academy day.
Fred C. Graham, soloist, Saltalr, Sun-f
III 1 JAIL
SkriiE Emery Awaits
Officials Anxious to Hear
From Pusblo, Where He
May Havo to Answer for Most
Brutal Murder in Southern
Colorado City. ,
Filop CIglch, now wanted In Pueblo,
Colo., lo answer the charge of murder,
will probably remain In the Salt Lake
county Jail several dayy longer at least.
Sheriff Emery is now awaiting a letter
from Pueblo's? chief of police.
The accompanying photograph is an
excellent likeness of the prisoner. By
It he was identified In Pueblo as one
of the pair who slew Foreman Master
son more than a year ago. The Master
son murder was brutal In the extreme.
In this respect It paralleled the stabbing
of William Farro, the Greek at Mur
ray, for which crime Marko Clgich. a
brother of Filop, Is now wanted. Dur
ing the Investigation of this last crime
The Tribune announced that the Clgich
brothers were said by Greeks to be
wanted for murder In Colorado.
Marshal Mauss of Murray, the day fol
lowing this announcement, got definite
facts, on the strength of which Filop
Clgich was arrested by the Sheriff's
Schoebort Out on Bail.
Matt Schoebert, the Murray bartender
accused of concealing Marko ZIglch's
knife directly after the stabbing at that
place, Is now out under S1000 bonds
awaiting his preliminary hearing. The
man was to have appeared for this
hearing yesterday, but owing to some
sort of a misunderstanding he did not
come ready for trial. As a consequence
the ense was postponed until next
Wednesday morning. Schoeberfs bond
was, on application of his attorney, re
duced from $2500 to $1000. Accessory af
ter the fact to tho murder of William
Farro is the specific crime charged
! DR. SNYDER SAVES BOYS,
Admirable Work Dono by Dutch Min
ister in Cincinnati.
A notable visitor In the city Is the
Rev. Dr. Leonard W. Snyder, who Is
stopping at the Kenyon until Tuesday.
Dr. Snyder Is from Mlddleburg. Hol
land, but for many years past he
has lived In this country, with head
quarters at Cincinnati. He is a regu
larly ordained minister of the Episcopal
church, but he devotes all his time to
an original philanthropic work in the
East, namely, the uplifting of boys.
Ho does not believe in reformation or
allowing the boys to know that they
are objects of charity, but his plan Is
to provide them with a home and an
occupation. He finds a boy who needs
such aid, and at ilrsf clothes him neatly
and feeds him well, then sends him to
school, or, if the boy has an aptitude
for some certain class of work, he Undo
a place for him In one of the big busi
ness institutions of Cincinnati or St.
Louis, two cities where Dr. Snvder
has a wide friendship among the busi
ness men. Just the ones who can aid
him in his work.
He bears tho highest testimonials as
to his standing and his work which tell
of his successful efforts along thls' llne.
Dr. Snyder has two boys of Park City
under his. care and two from the State
op Washington, and It Is in tholr inter
ests that he Is now in the West.
Six-Shooter Caused Him Trouble.
John S. Wllber, a civil engineer, was
out for a good time yesterdav.' but
omitted to leave his six-shooter behind
'him. thereby getting Into trouble. He
pulled his weapon on a lady residing
on Commercial street, with the result
that he was roped in as a candidate
for nomination to the rock pile.
Wllber and a friend were cnlllng on
Miss Bessie Gray and another friend
at No. 40 Commercial street, it Is
claimed that Wllbc-r war. rebuked for
not being free enough with his money.
Hereupon tho liquor which it l: al
leged he had consumed prompted him
to protect himself where there was
really no need for protection, -and tho
frightened girls yelled for a, policeman
Officer Furster camo to noothe- their
nerves and remove Mr. Wilber. '
Remember Rebecca day at Saltalr
Monday, 22. Prize Waltz, sports and
amea, for which prizes. will be given
AT A MEETING of the State Board of
Education, held yesterday morning In
State ..Superintendent Nelson's office, tho
following applicants were granted diplo
mas: Grammar radc dlmploma, Eliza
beth Earnatt. Elizabeth McLclland, Fnn
nv Gnlbralth; temporary high school cor
neal, A. Molynoux; high school dlplo
mn. Ezra Chrlsthmson; Stato certificate-,
Nclllo Magulre. The board considered a
great many other applications, but these
were tho only diplomas granted without
MARTIN BECKSTEAD, the West Jor
dan sheepman accused of embezzling $2000
wprth of stock from Mrs. M. Wright of
Iehl. wns taken on to Tooele county yes
terday. Bcckstcnd mode no effort In Ore
gon to oppose being brought; back to
Utah. D. v. Ilarwood of this city, who
had gono to. La Grande at the time of tho
arrest to handle the case, wont on to San
IrrancIaco Mr. Ilarwood was acting In
the Interests of Mrs. Wright. Ho will re
turn to Salt Lake In tho course of a week.
J. R. BASSET'S body will bo taken In
chargo by frlend3 In Nebraska. Among
the papers left by tho probablo suicide
was one containing tho address of II. J.
Roberts, vice-president of the Melsncr
National bank of Skelton, Neb. Mr. Rob
erts was notified of Basset's death and
wired to Undertaker S. D. Evans yester
dav lo have tho body held until he sends
a man after It. Tt Is understood from his
message that tho burial will bo mado In
SEARCH for the relatives of Otto La
Page, otherwise known as Fred Leonard,
the loop-thc-loop man who rode to his
death at Utahnn park last Tuesday night,
has thus far been fruitless. It Is bellovcd
that La Pago's people live back In Ohio.
Yesterday Coroner Clark got some Infor
mation which would tend to show that
tni3 was ino case, uui ui iu n ma- uuui
last evening nothing donnllo had ma
terialized. THE following is tho programme to be
given by Hold's band at Liberty park to
day: March, "Creole Belles" ..Lampo
Overture. "William Tell" Rossini
(a) "Narcissus" Novln
(b) "Dixieland" Haines
Selection from tho "Singing Girl"
' A Musical Critic's Dream"
(a) Schottlsche, "Over Hill and Dale"..
(b) "Creole Sue"
t'horuB from Stephen Foster
OLUF HANSEN and Alice Jensen, both
of Mill Creek, wore married yestorday af
ternoon In the Countv Clerk's office by
Chief Deputy J U. Eldrcdprc, Jr., who Is
an elder of the Mormon church. Only a
fw Intimate friends witnessed the cere
mony. "BESS." tho big St. Bernard dog which
look p.rt In the Ham show, has been
poisoned. She belonged to Thomas C.
Rlsch of 451 South Main street, and was a
hi'.-iutiful beast, weighing over 200 pounds.
It was "Bess" who dragged tho ladder
from under Romeo In the balcony scene.
Mr. Rlsch Is looking for tho poisoner.
A SPECIAL MEETING of tho .Towish
Relief society will bo held Tuesday morn
ing in the B. B. hall at 10 o'clock.
THE Roosevelt hat has mado Its ap
pearance and the State Is being Hooded
with the new headgear. It Is a regulation
U. S, A. campaign hat of drab color, and
with tho bow Is a photo button of Flon.
Theodore Roosevelt. The hat is meeting
with favor, and before long they will bo
seen on the heads of ardent Republicans
throughout the city and State.
THERE was no meeting of the Board of
Pardons yesterday, for tho reason that
not many applications were on file ready
for action, and also because of the ex
A NEW rural delivery mall route ha3
been established at Kaysvlllc, Utah, tho
service to begin September 1.
The one place for comfott and ele
gance. Fireproof; telephones In every
room; modern in every way.
Mrs. C. D. Lloyd. Mrs. J. H. Ryckman
and Mrs. C. S. Douglass loavo Sunday
morning for Evanston, Wyo., whero they
join a party for a two weeks' outing at
John W. Brock, a banker of Philadel
phia, who is Interested In Tonopah mines,
F. A. Keith and his mother, of that camp,
aro guests at the Knutsford.
F. Merveldt of Vienna Is a tourist at
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Quealy are at the
Mr. and Mrs. Thad W. Naylor aro
guests at the Wilson.
D. D. Houtz is a guest at tho Wilson.
Oliver Gallup, who worked on The Tri
bune some years ago, Is In the city en
route to Portland, Or., irom St. Louis,
whero he represented his union at tho
International- Typographical union con
vention. Mrs. Edward Gaby and daughters re
turned Friday from a two-montha' visit
to Colorado Springs. Mrs. Ed T. Baker,
Mstcr of Mr. Gaby, accompanied her from
Sallda, Colo , and is visiting with her son,
Edward F. Bakor.
Mrs. J. S. Tustlu of- St. Louis, who Is
visiting her sister. Mrs. L. D. Lee, H5
Dunbar avenue, has returned from her
camping trip In Idaho with W. A. Robin
son and family, and will stay hero a short
tlmo beforo returning to her homo.
Miss Daisy Wolfgang and Lulu Bowen
arrived homo Monday from a trip of sev
eral weeks' duration to various Eastern
cities and the St. Louis fair.
Mrs. E. M. Charlton, with her slHter,
Miss Maynard. left Sunday for a trip to
tho fair and Now York and Canada.
Parley P. Chrlstonsen Joins his brother,
J. A., at their old home In Cache county
at once. They will return together Mon
day or Tuesday.
Chief Deputy United States Marshal L.
II. Smith will leave Monday or Tuosday
with Sydney C. Lesuur for St Lculs, and
II. M Baum for Topeka, Kan.
Weather-Clerk H. McP. Baldwin and
wife of Modena aro here for a short time.
Attorney-General Brecden has gono to
Otrden on business.
Visitors to Saltalr last evening wero
James P. McCarty. Pittsburg: C. K. Row
land, Alexander Rowland, Gn. Stcffey.
and Judge T. J. Anderson.
Mont Roberta of Provo Is hero for a
Dean Clark of Provo is tho guest of
James P. McCarty. the mllllonalro oil
man, la here from Pittsburg on oil busi
ness, Miss Elflto Moore, who has been visiting
friends In this city, will return to Provo
Bert Townshcnd of Payson is hero on
Charles K. Rowland has returned from
t)s;oT-,W- Na'lor. daughter of B. H.
Roberts, has coma to tho city from her
homo in Logan for a month.
W. A. Ieedhnm and wlfo havo returned
from an extended trip to New York and
other Eastern elites.
t.,rA,ia?,ll J'J- Samoson havo re
turned from Lako Como. Mont.
Via Oregon .Short Lino.
St. Louis and return $42.50
Chicago and return 47 50
Chicago and return via St. Louis." 47.'so
Sc. Louis and return via Chicago. 4S.75
Through Pullman sleepers via Union
Pacific and Wab&sh lines.
Limit 60 daj Transit limit 10 daya
In oacn direction.
Tickets on sale Tuesdays and Fridays
each .week. Stop-overs allowed.
Farmer Has a sij
Time in the Ciiy'f;
Murtio Wanted a ContJ;
Week, but the
It almost looks hV A
revolt on the part of the S
at the City jail, within'
ys both Tom K.n
have pleaded not guitr 1
monthly charge brought 1
It Is probably an duo ?
nt of the raal nwSj
Ingsin their cases result!'
Kimball having tmf
vork over-time, Mlo$
tlon of their latest
understanding that tht
each case was to be cr
next sentence. The fact &
old-timers were spoiling ff
and they started drirdcif
on Janitor duty, with di
neither having had thfe
get as drunk as he wam
believed to be the ?
feel they have a BSvS
Reached the Praying
King was found praying
only the nexf moVnlJgg
rangement for extra esniw
made, and with Klnp xtXlH
Is always followed by tfiS
stage and the dead drunk S
hp had only got fairly a?
his spree. But the Jailer
In need of a foreman forU
crew that he proceeded (ft
old man at once, at th
Ing the charge of drunktcS'
him. King wasn't Infers
charge having been filed es
two later. He was JnUS
morning plate of beans Tfba
was broken to him, anl M
sulk at once. ,
Went to His Coif
Instead of eating his b2
Jail, according to his custo'l
hls plate Into the cellar asia
darkest comer. In this xr
two upright timbers, betwetsr
crawled, with the Idea of rf
out of sight. The timbers
together than Tom had con'k
crawled between them kSrt
and when he tried to getcai
that he had lost the coaibllair.
the beans inside he was pro:
extricate himself. HcwEsli!
comfortable position for ;h
hour before Jailer Kimball jjj
man Sperry heard his grade
to his relief. It required lhc
strength of the" two pwrfdi
pull him out, and Tom howledV
during tho operation. HediS
It was the most strenulf"
episode with which he hid.'m
Naturally, this experlenciS
prove King's ugly frame of i
when he was arraigned jts&
gave the court a shock byp
guilty, thus giving notice c'Jst
tlon to fight the ewe erati
a home thereby. The trial tb
Mnrtte Arrued theft
When Ed. Murtle v,ts bra
court-It was plain to the s?kJ
he was not yet sober, but
brief had the Irlshmaa'3 drcij
imagined that he had not fc
','Yer anner. 01 ain't dbrrit
OI alnt seen the color 0' em
catln " he said, when the t
tlon was asked. '
"You plead not guilty, t2-;
the court ij
"Av coorse Ol'm not gffiSM
yez Oi ain't dhrank adrap,(3
Murtle impatiently. .
"Are you ready for hlair
"There ain't no trlyal-iK?'
ouver. OI tould yez 01 wag
"But there is a charge or era
against you here." plaln! f'
"jou must either plead goW
trial. Do you want tlms
"Yez, yer anner." j
"How long?" I
"Wan wake." u I
"Why do you want t
tinued for a week'"
"Because Ol'm not BH11'
Got Thirty Days ArpP
. When the court gjj
arguing the case with j
tinued to insist tto'hij
"dhrunk a drap," the nrre
was called to the stanl
that Murtle ej"
arrested than he fJrLlt
him. and the regulation J;
thirty days was Vi
But it is feared that R,
ahead with the old-tgJ
believed by some tw t ,
should be added t
them on the chain pany w j
they might go so fjr J
Jobs and seek other, y
indifference to PttW
While George Latr j
living at 531 West SJ
sleeping in a chni It 1 "
near the Rio Grande.
tin. a miner from
en by the tartcjj,
and another man, to
from his Pet. w J
proved Martin, exp p34
his conduct war out 0
to Sunday mor Sj
his indifference to P utip
striking the grog-, tfce$
list, and walking u
Special Officer ftp,t
over the Rio Graed
and notified. He tr. aEC
The watch r
his person Jft I
the fatherly Ql