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t BUKDAY HOENIXG, SEPTEMBER 4, 1001. THE SAXT XjAXE TRIBUTE. AGE THTKTirEtf
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I JO N RcADY FOR BiG
ll LABOR DAY CELEBRATION
S 2lal to The Tribune. .
I SdBn Sept a-Thc Trades and La-
a5 Wrobly of this city has made lsan-
lS Wnaratlons to cdebrato Labor day
J ;f is city on Monday. In the morning
Si i form In line for parade, which starts
Grant avenue from Twenty-llfth to
S fciyscvcnth streets. Tho lino of
I t will bo from Grnnt to Washington
(a north to Twonty-second street
nMuntcr"norch to Twenty-llfth street.
to the depot and from there to
i " ivV. where the exercises will be
following Is the order of parade:
I marshal, platoon of police, lire
I StmX float representing States. City
I KE speaker, officers and singers.
fnl DIvlsIon-Machlnlata and appren
" Boilermakers. Boilermakers' help-
II Lnd Division-Band. Tailors' union,
1 Mentors' union. Lathers' union. Hod
J Sera' Union. Painters' union. P.aJl
! ?C Btacksmlth. Local Blacksm ths.
inroad Carmen. Plumbers, Elcctrlcal
, ' kcrs Plasterers' union. Brick and
'no Masons' union, Teamsters' union,
.wors union. V. B. of It. E.
hlrd Dlvlaion-Band. Clgarmakcrs'
on Clerks' union, Bartenders' union,
hers' union. Cooks and Walters' union,
graphical union. Laundry-Workers'
'in ourth Division-Young union men.
ii t' Lester park the day will be spent In
S rts for which many valuable prizes
I lbo given. .
I any friends will bo pained to learn
S the sudden and unexpected death of
30 .v Rushmer. wife of John T. Rushmcr.
I 'eh occurred at the Ogdcn General
S pital at 8-M this morning. An opera
$ Uiad been performed upon Mrs. Kusn-
? yesterday, and from the nrst tho
1 ,-sWanfl conrIdrcd her recovery doubt
jf A Mrs. Rushmer was well known ami
TA'iomo time had been organist at the
1? (hcdlst church. She is survived by her
1 iband and ono child. No arrangements
8 re yet been mado for the funeral.
I ohn KeoBh, a son of Thomas KcorIi.
8 ifpromlnent horse and cattleman of this
W r was thrown fi-om a horse 'on his
Rncr'B ranch north of this city, and
w lies In a Salt Lako hospital In a crlt-
llcondltton, Tho young man had been
I'ndlnt: tho summer on the ranch and
'... .li. rr-lilln rAnc n snlr-
P S horse was thrown to tho ground. He
."41 tfed on his neck in such a manner as
cause s?rlous Injury. His uncle. Dr.
Y wgh of Salt Lake, was called Immme
wi itcly and It was found necessary to
it tho young man to Salt Lnko for
9 mtmont. HLs neck and shoulders aro
flGreek named A. Angclos has begun
Fin tho Second District court against
if. Utah Construction company to rc'
rer JSCOO damages for personal Injury,
gtlos was formerly employed as a la
rer In the construction work of the
It Lake. Los Angeles and San Pedro
Iroad. Through a blast he sustained
lous Injury to the spine, which has
ir. and Mrs. Dobson of Carlton. Neb.,
"frisking their rons, Frank and Al Dob
itof tho Stein Mercantile company, In
Vllliam Narcombe. intermountaln ron
phtatlvo cf Levi Strauss & Co. of San
uncls'o, Cal . Is In Ihe city for a tew
fe lntelev.lng the' merehunto and en
)tis a pleasant visit at home with his
In Labor day the letter-carriers In tub
Yl will make but one delivery. The
pcral delivery, stamp and registry wln
fri will bft open from 0 to 10 a. m.,
illf the money order department will
in. George W. Baker and family nro
home, after their summer's outing at
Inslow's grove, In Ogden canyon.
1$ . .
he following outside horses have been
ered for the race meet at the Wasatch
ylnc nark on Labor dav: Tom Me
rof Salt Lake, Kangaroo; A. Robln-
:1 Tof Salt Julli A, Hunsncker of Dew-
I Illo, Claybank L. Skeen, Mlgct;
J Wits & Son. Bay Sam.
a lards are out announcing the marriage
jfjhe only firafclass liquor store In the
$i tl You can't miss It. Display of ducks
):r B. P. LIVINGSTON, Proprietor.
r Sth street, Ogden. Utah.
8g NATURAL L1TKLV WATER, !
-il''Makes even thing Good." I
0P- J Klesel & Co . Ogden. I
IPtiSiuJnf Llndley. Salt Lake. Dls-
I if '
JVf AT THE HEALY HCTI
vmftto Tl,, celebrated Ostorrnoor
B?nnS0fsJ5. ,n evory ror"- Sample
os nnd cate in crnnectlon.
3 (J. J. BRUMMITT.
MONEY TO LOAN,
4 f- HOUSES TO RENT.
M hone St2.z. ;ios Washington Ave.
il;; REAL ESTATE
!?H ASSEMBLY SALOON
Ulnlng car and Pullman Dorters' f
quarters 119 25th s" hono
jgLlrop 0gfcn utfth
KhT3 2n4"cVcaf,;- Lcmp's beer 03 (
; Easy When You Know
I &SSvnnhU' the 0,d reliable trann
'3 tS2ry,' whuD "ou nre In a hurry ui
ISi bm r,Lt,N THANSKIiH CO
Si St CD' 2JanQKer.
CTl 'b Btrcct.
$ f BL0SSKIV J- DLOSSElt,
v& i The srysthl
? thirst Parlor. :i77 Washington aV0..
"t OGDEN, UTAH.
of Helen E., daughter of Mr. and Mrs H.
W. Nalsbltt, Jr., and Frank A. Pcarco.
Tho ceremony and reception take placo
Wednesday, September 11.
. Mrs. A. J. Tollor returned yesterday
from a trip to St. Louis.
Dr. F. C. Pncho, physician at tho cut-off,
Is in the city.
Hon. E. C. Day, the prominent City At
torney of Helena, Mont., is In tho city
vlaltlng with J. T. HUiflt and family.
Chief George A. Graves of the fire do
partment. wife and son. left this morn
ing for Ncbraslca and Iowa on an ex
Mrs. E. N. Booth and two daughters
loavo tomorrow for California, where
they will spend the winter.
Tho Ogden baseball team playa at Eu
reka tomorrow and Labor day. Thcso two
games aro a part of tho series for tho
Manager Abbott of the George A. Lowo
company left today for California on a
pjcasuro trip of about ten days.
John H. Wlnslow today brought eject
ment proceedings against Potter Bros.,
proprietors of tho Oaks In Ogden canyon,
asking that the defendants be ousted on
account of the alleged violation of a cer
tain clause in tho contract. It Is said
that the trouble grows out of tho estab
lishment of a restaurant recently by Pot
ter Bros., the plaintiff claiming that this
privilege had been specifically retained.
THIEVES LOOT RAILWAY
DEPOT WEARING APPAREL
Special to Tho Tribune.
COALVILLE. ScpL 3. Tho Union Pa
cific depot at this place was broken Into
by two thieves early yesterday morning.
They gained entrance by means of a
skeleton key. Thoy evidently wore after
a suit of clothes, because that was the
only thing they seemed to bother with.
About four suits were In the depot as ex
press, belonging to V. J. Wright, and the
men picked out threo that fitted them
best and lit out. No clue has yet been
discovered that would lead to the Identity
of tho thieves, except that two men were
around town Thursday trying lo sell Jew
elry and shoe laces, etc.. and It is thought
these nro the men. Officers at Salt Lake,
Ogden, Park City and Evanston have
been notified and samples of the cloth
from which the suits wcro made have
been sent to thcso places, so that If the
men put In an appearanco they will be
Postmistress Northcott Jeft for Salt
Lako today to spend a week with friends.
1 . .
Superintendent A. Adnmson, of the
Grass Creek Coal company and wife went
to Salt Lake today on business.
Severe Case of Mastoiditis.
Special to Tho Tribune.
AMERICAN FORK. Sept. 3. John Kol
loy, tho restaurant man, is suffering with
a severe case of ino3to!dItls, an affliction
of tho oar bone, or inner car. Dr. Stow
art, the attending' physician, says that
unless tho symptoms change, Mr. Kelly
will bo sent to tho hospital at Salt Lake
City, as in most cases this Is a fatal dis
ease. Miss Mlllc Chapman has lccn engaged
as cashier for tho Chlpman Mercantile
Charles Coats has moved his family to
Bingham, whore they oxpect to make
Mrs. Leo Singleton left last evening for
a short visit in Salt Lako City, as the
I guest of relatives.
Mr. Francis Tying and I. H. Vandal
relumed to the Kalamazoo mino in Amer
ican Fork canyon f today.
Mrs. T. E. Stoelo and mother, Mrs.
Alice Steele, aro preparing for a trip to
the World's fair.
A lltllo excllomcnt was created hero
during the week as a result of a rich
strike which had been walked over for
thirty years. Rich galena ore was found
one foot underground. Immediately on
discovery. Mr. Armstrong of tho Clipper
and Silver King mino camo to American
Fork and notified John H. Wooton, who
went at once lo Salt Lako City and se
cured a bond and lease on the Sllvor
Lanco property, whore it was supposed
tho big slriko was located. In the moan
time II. and R. R. Steele left for tho can
yon nnd discovered that the rich ore
slrlke was on their property, which great
ly elated them, and proven to bo disap
pointing to tho others, who supposed' thai"
they had a clear thiiig.
The American Fork ball team will cross
bats with the Draper team on Labor day
on tho Drapor diamond. Each team has
a gamo to Its crodll.
Henry C. Johnson, president of the Pa
rlflc Gold Mining and Milling company,
left this morning for the company's Blue
Rock property in the canyon. He will
be gono two or three days,
Mayor Jamos H. Clarke, who has been
mentioned by some Democrats as a Legis
lative aspirant, has flatly denied that
such Is the case.
Emmet Lynch of American Fork and
D. H. Robinson of Pleasant Grovo are
Democratic aspirants for County Clerk.
Moyel Gray of Salt Lake City spent tho
week visiting with Miss Grace Moyle and
others' In American Fork.
J. L. Dunkley. proprietor of the Royal,
will, In the near future. Install an up-to-dato
cafo In connection with his other
Elmer Loveless, wlio hns been filling the
position of "devil" of tho Citizen otllco
for the past three months, returned to
Salt Lako City.
Alfred A. Robinson, who has been re
leased from his mission In England, is
spending a short time In St. Louis as tho
guest of his brother Hebor, visiting tho
Miss Laura Boley of American Fork, a
Mormon missionary, was a World's fair
visitor last week,
Mrs. John R. HIndley and family will
move to Provo Monday for tho purposo
of allowing tholr children to attend the
Brlgham Young university.
Theodore Nlcholes . came down from
1 Dlngham during the week and It Is
1 reported that he has something good In
the way of a mining claim In north Tln
tlc and will tnke a raining export there
Monday to decide a deal pending.
Miss Pearl Lambert of the Lambert
hotel spent part of tho week in Salt Lake
City as the guest of relatives.
Mrs. A. S. Derrick and daughter of Salt
Lake City aro visiting Amorlcan Fork as
tho guonts of Mrs, Derrick'3 slstor, Mrs.
J. W. Walker.
Mrs. James II. Clarke and fnmllv are
visiting In Parawan aa the guests of Mrs.
Mrs. Anglo Wnrnlck cf Blackfoot, Ido
ls visiting American Fork as tho guest of
1 principal Ilyrum Vance.
IJL'S aPPeis 'n Utah. 1
-ARN BURNS AND TWO
HORSES CREMATED ALIV.
Special to Tho Tribune.
LOGAN. Sept. 3. At 1 o'clock this
morning there was a fire lnlho barn of
Thomas Tarbot on Second West street,
and before the department arrived tho
structure wa3. burned well-nigh to the
ground, two horses burned to death and
llvo sets of harness, one now single
buggy, one culler, and a valuable set of
carpenter's tools completely destroyed In
About 1:30 a. m. Mrs, Tarbct awoke
whether by tho flaro of the blaze, tho
kicking of the horses, or by Intuition, 3ho
known not and ran to tho window, where
sho saw tho barn, but forty feet away,
enveloped In flames. Tho family and
neighbors wcro at onco aroused and tho
alarm turned In. Beforo the rtrcmon ar
rived the llamcs had mado such headway
that their services were of no use. except
In tho saving of surrounding buildings.
Even before tnclr arrival the dwelling was
endangered, and the scorched and charred
cornice shows that had it not beon for
tho uso of water from tho family hydrant
It would have caught tiro.
Three oilier houses aro within a short
distance of tho barn site. Tho Inmates
wcro all out ready for any emergency
that might arise, and during tho re
mainder of the night tho Tarbct corner
was a sceno of activity, men. women and
children from all parts of the town being
Tho Tarbots aro not able to give the
slightest caufic of the lire. No one, to
their knowledge, had been sleeping In tho
barn and no one on tho premises smoked.
The barn waa a small structure, worth
about $200. with no Insurance. The ghast
ly remains of the horsos where they wcro
lied to the manger and urncd to death
Is a horrifying sight. Oho of these ani
mals was of a flno breed, a driving hor30
for which Mr. Tarbot was offered a good
price a week ago.
City Supcrlntondont of Schools Jensen
and Assistants Langton and Hall are
holding examination for city tenchers In
the Woodruff school. The following
teachers are taking Iho examination: Amy
Fonnesbeck. Cordelia Anderson. Suslo
Groesbeek, Nellie Hendricks. Wlnnlfred
Oldham, Stella Egbert, Rosabel Hall.
Charles Lindsay, Mary Sorenson and
An examination for State teachers' cer
tificates Is now in progress at tho Agri
cultural college, where a number of peda
gogues aro taking the SMe test. Tho
city schools wIlLopen September 12, In ac
cordance with tho desire of the State Superintendent
MAN KILLS MOTHER BEAR
AND CUB IN MAPLE CANYON
Special lo The Tribune.
SPRING VI LLE, Sept. 2.-Charlos E. Al
len of Mapleton was In town this morn
ing telling a thrilling experience of him
self and twenty-year-old daughter with a
large mother bear and two cubs, which
took place In Maple canyon.
As proof of the truthfulness of his story,
ho had with him the mother bear and one
of the cubs, which had fallen prey to his
rifle and skillful marksmanship. The
other cub was wounded by a load from a
shotgun which Mr. Allen had FCt to de
stroy the bears, which were killing the
stock ranging In that vicinity.
Mr. Allen and Miss Allen wont to tho
canyon yesterday to look after their cat
tle and see what success thoy had mot
with In killing some of tho bcar3 known
to be In that section of the country, with
a gun they had set the night before.
When In the vicinity of the set gun ono
of the cubs was seen and Mr. Allen quick
ly dispatched It with two shots from his
rlfie, but not beforo Its cries had at
tracted the mother bear. She came to
the rescue with tho other cub. Tho two
came on the trail on which tho gun was
set and the cub which the mother bear
was pushing along In front of her. struck
the -string and exploded tho gun. receiv
ing tho contents, but was not badly
wounded, for It escaped In the brush,
which the mother bear rushed on to at
tack Mr. Allen and his daughter.
' Mr. Allen never lost his nerve, but
fnccll tho. approaching animal and man
aged to dispatch her with four shots
from his rifle, thus extricating himself
and daughter from their perilous posi
tion. Miss Allen was not armed, but stood
tho ordeal with the courage of a veteran.
Mr. Alien says that the next time he
hunts bear ho doesn't want any of tho
women folks along.
LOST HIS WEALTH.
Young IVIan Prom Logan, 111 and
Tired Out, Is Sobbed.
Special to The Tribune.
LOGAN, Utah. Sept. 3. Mnlhew Shaw,
a young man from Logan, on his way
home from Evanston, was robbed of hla
purse containing about $75, while waiting
for his train In Ogden last evening. The
young mnn has been suffering for some
time with an abscess In tho throat and
desired lo come home for medical treat
ment. Upon arrival at Ogden, Urcd.
weary nnd 6lek. he laid down on a bench
und Vent to sleep. When he awoke his
picketbook was gone. It was then train
time and the unfortunate left for homo
without a trace of knowing who had tak
en his money.
School Opening Delayed at Manti.
'Special to The Tribune.
MANTI, Sept. 3. The opening of the
Mantl public schools has been postponed
for ono week on account of repairs to the
buildings. The opening will take place
0i September 19.
'The list of teachors for tho year has
been completed and Is as follows: Eighth
grade, Edgar T. Reld. the principal: sev
enth grade. Christen Axclson; sixth giade,
N. W. Anderson; Fifth grade. Ethel Nel
son; fourth grade, Alta Brown, third
grade, Eunice MadBen; second grade,
Minerva McCalllster; first grade, Joslo
Munk; beginners' grade. Etta Bradford
and Louise Jorgcnson. While mo3t of tho
teachers have had cxperlcnco teaching in
other places, Ihoy are all residents of
Mantl. It 13 an unusual thing for Mantl
to supply Its own teachcra.
Corinno Wins at Basket-Bali.
Special to The Tribune.
GARLAND, Sopt. X An Interesting
game of basket-ball was played here yes
terday afternoon between the teams of
Corinno and Garland. Corlnne won by a
score of 11 lo 9. After the game tho girls
of both toania went to the Sugar company
hotel forsiwper. A pleasant dancing par
ly finished Ac day.
Mrs. C. J. Campbell is suffering from an
attack of typhoid fever.
' Tho trnck-Iayers are nearlng Satt creek
on the Thatcher branch of tho Malad Val
Santnquin Schools Open Monday.
Special to The Tribune.
SANTAQUIN, Sept. 3. Noxt Monday
Fchool starts here with the following
tenchers: Jesse Johnson, principal; MIbs
O. M. Ott of Salt Lake, Chris Johneon and
Mrs. Miller of Santnquin.
O. F. McCormlck will leave hero next
week for Escalanto, when ho la to leach
PROCTER ACADEMY TO
OPEN TUESDAY AT PROVO
Special to Tho Trlbunc.k
PROVO, Sept. 3. Tho d?roctor academy
begins Its twenty-second year on Tues
day, September C, tho first 'term closing
January 20, 1905. The following efficient
Instructors will be In charge: Rev. S. H.
Goodwin, principal, Miss Clara A. Hirst
and Miss Muriel E. Finn, assistants;
Floss M. Pond, grammar department,
Clara E Wright, Intermediate; Caroline
Bedford, second Intermediate; Maud E.
Rca, primary; Nellie S. Towel, kindergar
ten; and M. Alice Isoly, substitute
R. E. S. Collier, United States deputy
mineral surveyor, has Issued the follow
ing regarding the surveying of lands In
this State: "Tho Survevor-Gcncral has an
appproprlatlon of 510.000 for the survey of
public lands in this Slate, and will be glad
to have lands surveyed provided at least
three applications aro received from each
township. Tho J10.CO0 must bo used by
July 1, 1S03. or It will go back into tho
United Slates treasury."
Tho following have received permission
to wed: R, G. Weeks, aged 21, and Ida
M. Walker, aged 19, both of Pleasant
Grovo; G. L. Knopp, aged 23, and N. E,
Spencer, aged 23, both of Salt Lako City.
William H. Appleton was sentenced to
ono year In tho Stato prison. Appleton
Is tho burglar who was caught In 1L A.
Barney's dry goods store about two wceTts
ago. Ho was taken to Salt Lake today
by Sheriff Harmon.
Francis Cromplon was recommitted to ,
the State mental hospital today.
V o '
James Gardner and lntorvcnors in tho
case of M. E. Price vs, the ML Nebo
Land nnd Irrigation company wero given
forty days to prepare, Illo and servo a
bill of exceptions on a motion for a new
trial. A similar order was given In tho
case of tho Goshen Roller Mills and Ele
vator company vs. tho Mt. Nebo Land and
In tho case of R. A. Barney vs. D. C.
Hickman, tho clerk was authorized to
pay the attorney for tho plaintiff foS.10
now In his hands.
Justice Noon has boon a busy man too
last few days. A number of tramps jvore
brought beforo his Honor a few days ago.
and each demanded a separate trial. The
Justlco gavo tho vags a few days to con
sider tho matter by setting piclr trials a
fow days after their first appearance In
his court. This rather nettled the hoboes,
because thoy belloi'cd that by asking for
Jury trials the officers would let them
ofi In this thoy wero disappointed, as
tho following results will show: James
O'Hare was sentenced to ten days for
being found without any special employ
ment. GeorgeManning. Frank Zimmer
man and Mlpnncl J Ryan wcro each given
thirty-five .day's for hoboing; L. D. Smith,
a youth6f 19, was given ten days for
stcalinga ride on tho freight
PICNIC AT MT. PLEASANT
Special to The Tribune.
MT. PLEASANT. Sept. 3. Tho Sandl
navlans In largo numbers held forth to
day at NIclson's park, a now resort about
threo miles west of the city. Then, un
der tho lca'fy bowers of tho trees, friends
rfnd neighbors met in happy communion
and enjoyed a pleasant outing. Early In
the morning the band discoursed several
tunes on Main street, and then betook
themselves with the crowd to the meet
Tho programme began by singing In
tho Scandinavian language. Among tho
prominent speakers, whoso remarks wero
In Danish, were II. J. Brown. Peter Mat
son. Mayor Boaumann. C. N. Lund nnd
George Chrl3tensen. The lively songs. In
terspersing the remarks of the various
speakers, all In mother tongue of the ora
tors, made the programme Interesting to
those who could understand.
After the exercises came the picnic.
Grouped all about the grounds. In small
crowds, the devouring liosts replenished
tho "Inner man," and heavy baskets of
food became considerably lighter when
tho people had finished tho midday meal.
The next bit of pleasure was a swim In
the large bathing pool. No accident
marred tho day's pleasure
Prof. George II. Marshall returned to
day from southern California, where ho
has spent tho summer with his family.
Hks trip has been both pleasant and
Word was received yestcrdav by J. M.
Boyden, editor of the Pyramid, that his
mother, Mrs. G. W. Boyden, had passed
away at her home In Plumas county, Cal
ifornia, Deceased was one of tho early
settlers, having lived there nbout forty
five years. Two years ago sho camo here
on a visit, and after her return had poor
health. Mrs. Boyden was the mother of
twelve children, ten of whom survive her,
six eons and four daughters. Two of her
sons live In Utah. J. M. Bovden. editor
of the Mt. Pleasant Pyramid, and M. A
Boyden local agent of the D. & R. G.
railroad at Falrvlew, Utah.
N. S. NIelson and J. F. Munson aro pre
paring to load several cars of mutton for
the Eastern market.
Threshing Is now on In full "blast. A
bounteous harvest has been raised and
the farmers aro happy. New wheat
brings 75 cents per bushel.
Mr, and Mrs. F.'C. Jensen will leave In
a few days for St Louis to take In tho
World's fair. They will accompany their
daughter, Winnie, that far on her way
to Oberlln college, Ohio, whither sho goes
to continue her college education. Alter
a month's slght-soelng at St. Louis they
will return home.
Democrats After Superlntendency.
Special to Tho Tribune.
LOGAN, Sept's. What In all probabil
ity will prove an Interesting contest la de
veloping In the Superlntendonoy of Coun
ty Schools In tho Democratic partv.
Bishop E. R, Owen of Wellsvlllo Is In tho
race for the plnce, nnd on account of
Owen's apparent opposition to tho In
cumbent, Georgo M. Thomson, two years
ago (who, by tile way. defeated Owen for
tho nomination at that time), he will un
doubtedly have to walk over the gigantic
form of Thomson If he receives tho nom
ination. Slnco Owon's announcement
Thomson thinks that for a third-term
candidate ho would bo tho finest over.
He will not have smooth sailing in the
north, however, as It Is reported that
George W. Skldmorc will contest his right
to a third term. At tho present writing
It look?- as if tho churchman had them on
the run, and tho boys from tho north had
better gt ready to transfer tho of lice to
the south end of tho county.
Names of Two Candidates.
Special to The Tribune.
GARLAND, Sept. 3. It Is understood
that Moroni AVard of Riverside will bo
well supported for County Commissioner
by the Republicans
Thomas Alston, former County Rccord
or of Salt Lake, now of Box Elder, In
mentioned as a probablo Democratic
nominee for Stato Auditor.
Bring the children to Lagoon today.
Big, free clam bake,
J PARK CITY I
I THEBUNE BTJKEATJ,
2-i N. Main Street. Tclcphono 75.
PARK SCHOOLS READY
TO OPEN NEXT TUESDAY
Special to Tho Tribune.
PARK CITY, Sept. 3. Everything is in
readiness for the opening of tho Bark
City public schools next Tuesday morn
ing. The following assignment of teach
ers has been mado by Superintendent
High School Miss Martha Lnnlng, prin
cipal, science; Miss Elizabeth Laning.
English. Miss Maud Whitney, history and
civics. Miss Minnie Cunningham, Latin
and German; A. A. Allison, mathematics.
Lincoln School Room 7, Miss Elizabeth
Rels; room 6, Mrs. Jesslu L. Hedges;
room 5, Miss Eva Hamlin; room 4, MIsa
Mac Williams; room 3. Miss Margaret
Brundago; room 2, Miss Ella Snyder;
room L Miss Clalrer Stevenson.
Jefferson School F. L. Peterson, prlncl'
pal; room 9, Miss Claudia Schmlcrcr;
room 7. MIs3 Eva Lambert; room 10, Miss
Anna Dcason; room C, Miss Christine Mc
Donald; room 5, Miss Mary McDonald;
room 4. Miss Merle Whitehead; room 3,
Miss Lillian Funk; room 2, Miss Florenco
Carpenter; room 1, Miss Lillian Lanyon.
Washington School Miss Amber Bards
ley. Ontario School J. II. Harrington.
, Janitors Lincoln school, B. M. Spcrry;
Jefferson school, Alfred Baker; Washing
ton school, Charles Barnlcott; Ontario
school, Mr3, Drew.
Miss Jcnnlo Rasband, the seventeen-year-old
daughter of Mrs. Sarah Jano
Rasband, died at the homo of her mother
this morning at G o'clock. About ten
days ago Miss Rasband was talten down
with typhoid fever, which in a short tlmo
developed Into cerebral meningitis, from
which sho died. Tho funeral services will
boyconductcd by Bishop Fred Rasband nt
the L. D. S. church at 12 o'clock tomor
row, after which the body will be taken
to Heber for Interment.
Tho llttlo three-year-old daughtor of
Rceso Jones mot with a painful accident
yesterday morning. Whllo playing near
tho house the little girl struck an SxS
plcco of timber about eighteen feet long
which was leaning against tho house,
knocking It dawn. The timber foil upon
tho child, striking It upon tho head and
fracturlngahe right parietal bone. Drs.
LcCompfe, Wilson and Ward performed
an operation In the afternoon, raising the
ekAifl and removing a portion of It. At
present the chances nro very favorable for
tho recovery"1 of tho child.
Mrs. Sophia Ncilson left this afternoon
for Mendon. being called thcro by tho
fatal accident to her brother-in-law, Chris
Misses Elizabeth Laning and Gertrude
Whltmoyer returned today from extended
visits In tho East, tho former from Indi
ana and tho latter from Nebraska.
Two new SO-horse'-powcr boilers for tho
Kcnrns-Kclth property arrived yestorday,
and this morning teamsters started to
haul them to tho mine. They will bo in
stalled at once, and then tho air com
pressor will bo started and machine drills
will be put to work down In the mine.
SHIPMENT OF HORSES
TO THE QUAKER FARMERS
Special to The Tribune.
LEHI, Sept. 3. Elam Fouls will leave
today for Pennsylvania with a shipment
of 127 head of mustang horses. Tho
cayuses camo principally from Iron coun
ty, and will bo sold to the Quakers for
farm ponies principally, though some will
be used on delivery wagons 'In the cities.
Tho prices paid ranged from ?G to $15 per
head, and to this will havo to be added
?10 per head freight and co3t of feeding
Miss Phona Kendall gave a china show
er at her homo Friday evening In honor of
Miss 'Mario Bush. The evening was en
Joyed in playing games and listening to
an impomptu programme. At 10 o'clock
the party sat down to a dainty table of
light refreshments. Thoso present wero
Mrs. B. A Bush, Misses Vlrglo. Leah and
Marie Bush, Effle Ross. Lulu Tranc, Julia
Bono, Ruby Brown, Nellie Goss, Amy
Miarp. Sadie Davis Emma Woodhousc.
Alice Roberts. May Whipple, Birdie Stod
dart, Laura Knudson nnd Jennie Bromly.
Miss Bush and Joe Wing will be married
tho coming week and removo to Garland.
A concert and Ico cream party was
given by the Relief society of the Second
ward last Friday night, the proceeds of
which will be used In the finishing of tho
tabernacle. The programmo consisted of
an address of welcome by Bishop Gor
don, music by tho Silver band, solo by
Birdie Stoddart. recitation by Emma
Woodhousc. solo by James M. Klrkham,
music bv Arrcva Davis, reading by Mrs.
IT. L. Bakor. duet by Effflc and Ethel
Ross, music by Mrs J. M. Klrkham, snort
talk by President S. L. Chlpman, solo by
John Y. Smith, and a short talk by A. J.
Mrs. Rhoda Marshall of Tooele Is visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. G. L. Stookcy.
Prof, and Mrs. J. T. Wortlon havo re
tvnied from Idaho, where they havo been
spending tho summer. Mr. Wortlon will
have charge of tho Eighth grado work In
the district schools.
The Congregational school Is being put
In thorough ropnlr. Mlas S. B. Porter will
bo the now teacher in tho primary grade.
Mrs. A F. Forbes will supervlso the In
termediate department, and Prof. Georgo
I. Adams, besides acting as principal, will
also conduct tho advanced studloa. Tho
school year begins Scplombor C.
Mlas Pearl Browne of Provo and Miss
Jennie McAfeo of Charl3ton are visiting
with Mrs. E. S. McAfee.
George Austin spent several days In Ile
ber this week, from which point ho and
his brother. John E. Austin, Bhlpped 40CO
head of mutton to the Eastern market.
Miss Nellie Gobs of Salt Lako City Is
visiting- with Ruby Brown.
Mrs. Jemima Stookey of Tooele Is spend
ing a week with her sons, Walter M. and
G. L. Stookoy.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ohran camo down
from Sugar City, Ida., this woek aftor be
ing absent all summer.
Mrs. Emma Llndsoy of Ogden lo tho
guest of Mrs. Annlo Goatcs.
Joseph Wing arrived today from Gar
land. Joe will return noxt week a bone
dlct. The fortunate young woman Is Miss
Mario Bush, ono of tho most popular
young women and the sweelost singer In
Ellsh Brown has removed his family
from Draper and will, become a perma
nent resident of Lehl.
Samuel Wells returned this week from
a two weckd" visit to his daughter, Mrs.
William McOmlo at Sugar City, Ida.
John Brown camo In from Grand Junc
tion this week to spend a few days with
his family. Mr. Brown Is field superin
tendent for tho Grand Junction Sugar
company, and reports the beets In excel
lent condition and tho prospects for a suc
cessful run brlghtor tnnn ever beforo In
Mr. and Mrs! J, II, Walker of Pleasant
Grovo spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
S. W. Ross.
W. O. Davis, an old-tlmo clerk In tho
Lehl Mercantile company, but now of Ida-
FIVE HURT IN RUNAWAY
AND ONE MAN MAY DIE
Special to Tho Tribune.
ROBINSON, Sept. 3. As tho result of a
runaway hero this afternoon, Patrick
Harrington is now lying at tho point of
death In tho Tintlc hospital, Michael P.00
Is receiving caro in tho aamo placo with a
Jlslocatcd shoulder, and Moho Tlgctt. Jo
soph Coto and Dewey McDonald are all
suffering from Injuries of a less serious
nature. Tho latter Is tho twolve-year-old
son of J. T. McDonald, a Mammoth busi
Tho four men secured a rig from the liv
ery stable and loft Mammoth shortly af
ter 2 o'clock to mako a trip to Mclntyrc's
ranch In West Tintlc valley, where thoy
were to spend tho afternoon, and the boy
accompanied them. In coming down tho
hill between Mammoth nnd Robinson the
horses became unmanageable and Tan
away. The buggy waa overturned and
badly demolished, and the occupants wero
thrown violently to the ground. Harring
ton's worst Injury Is a fractured skull,
the Injury being at the base of tho brain.
Ho has been unconscious slnco tho acci
dent and iho attending physician says
that hla condition Is very critical.
Visiting Scholar From Ireland.
Special to The Tribune.
EUREKA, Sopt. 3. Dennis Holland of
Dublin. Ireland. 13 visiting Mrs. T. M.
Holland. Mr. Holland, who Is an In
structor in ono of tho schools of Dublin.
Is a brother of the late F. M. Holland of
this place. Ills wife accompanied him to
this country. After visiting relatives In
Utah and Colorado, they will roturn homo
.by way of St. Louis.
Tho county officers decided not to hold
an Inquest over tho body of Leo Hagg
land, who killed himsolf hero yesterday
nfternoon. There was nothing to be
gained by holding nn Inquest, as tho cir
cumstances pointed to suicide as tho re
sult of drinking. The body Is still at the
Eustlcc undertaking-rooms In this place,
awaiting tho arrival of a brother of the
deceased from Park City. Tho lodge of
Knights of Pythias at Robinson, Utah,
will have charge of tho funeral.
John Burrows returned last night from
Heber City, where he purchased a ranch.
Mr. Burrows has disposed of his Interests
hero and will take up his residence on
his new property Inside the next week or
Tho work of Installing the new water
pipe In tho city's wator system was com
pleted yesterday. The system Is now In
splendid condition and will no doubt bo
self-supporting, besides being tho means
of reducing the insuranco rates and fur
nishing protection In case of lire.
John Hupfcr is entertaining his brother,
George Hupfer of Bunker Hlil, Kan.
Mrs. D. J. Sullivan and children and
Miss Emma Hcnriou returned last Thurs
day evening from a two months' sojourn
with friends at Butte, Mont.
W. O. Ramshaw and wlfo left Friday
for Logan, whero tho former will tako
charge of the Rocky Mountain Bell Tele
phono company's Jntcrcsta.
Mrs. Frank Bccsloy will return tomor
row from a visit with Salt Lake friends.
The local Miners' union will give a dance
at the L. D. S. church on next Mondav
evening Labor day.
A large number of Eureka hunters havo
beon In the mountains during tho past
threo days looking for an opportunity to
bag tho llcet-footcd deer. However, but
fow havo been successful, as this kind of
game is becoming more scarce every year.
Dates for Primaries at Lehi.
Special to The Tribune.
LEHI. Sept. 3 The Republicans will
hold a primary Tuesday evening In tho
city hall to elect twenty-five delegates to
the county convention, also to nomlnato a
Constablo and Justice of tho peace.
The Democrats will hold their primary
Monday night. ,
ho Falls. Is shaking hands for a few days
with friends In Lehl.
Miss Sadie Wagstaff of Halllday Is tho
guest of Miss Julia Booth.
J. N. Workman and family of Grand
Junction, Colo., aro tho latest to locate In
Joseph L. Holden has gono to West Vir
ginia to dispose of some valuablo oil lands
owned by himself and brother.
Miss Mary Bono Is spending ten days In
Salt Lake City.
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