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jDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER G, 19,04. THE SALT LAKE TRIBUTE. frAGEELEVEtf !
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9 an iodse of Perfection o. 2.
J FRED CLEM SCHRAM
'I'of K. Utah ConaTsto'ry No."'l.
5J. aioristrarfor All the Bodied
3$ toEXTA LODGE NO. 3, F.
-A M At Masonic hall, first
dnv of eacii month. Members
tater lodges and sojourning
SS SkP. SHERWOOD. W. M.
3. PHILLIPS, Secretary.
'A LODGE NO 3. P. AND A.
5 id Its regular monthly mooting
6 lay) evening at i o clock. M. C.
li LODGE NO. 1. F. AND A.
Tic hall, second Friday each
embers of sister lodges and so-
f I"1-11 5. BOWN.nBM.n
WE, Secretary. '
5 HAH LODGE NO. 2. F AND
"J bouIc hall, second Monday each
embers of sister lodges and so
rcthrcn in good standing in
'JAMES II. BROWN. W. M.
"flf QPHER DIEIIL. Secretary.
!h AH TEMPLE. A. A. O. N, M.
l'S. fadnosday of each month. Ma
j t S p. m. All nobles sojourn-
WQ C. F. JENNINGS, Potentate.
tffc VN. Recorder
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fi LODGE No. 17. I. O. O- F..
rae y Wednesday night at 8 o clock,
- temple Visitors welcome
:Cl 1 H. J CREAGER. N. O.
ii; TH, Secretary
ffl JF TEMPLE DIRECTOR"!:
Si te lodges meet as follows:
A re No. 1. Thursday.
jv e lodgo No. 2. Friday.
u odge No. 3, Monday.
ij, loage No 9 Thursday.
fa lodge No 15. Wednesday.
yl Jodgo No, 17. Wednesday.
M Jdce No 22, Monday.
a encampment No. 1, second and
S JRuJe encampment No. 2, first
'J REBEKAH LODGES.
a tebekah lodge No. 1. second and
m Robekah lodge No. 5, first and
VI DM EN OF THE WORLD.
f INE CIRCLE NO. 41 MEETS
eday, S o'clock, at I. O. O. F.
I MAPLE CIRCLE NO. 10S
iry Friday night at I. O. O. F.
a NAL UNION OF AMERICA,
' BEEN LODGE NO. 151 MEETS
i iday at 1,0.0 F temple.
7 E W. MAYO, F. M.
j fjENKINS. Secretary.
SIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
1 THE MYRTLE LODGE NO. 1.
-j nday, K. of P hall.
V '-J- H. A. JOPLIN. C. C.
1 IOMPSON, K of R, & S. uSD3
J ;N LODGE NO. 23, K. OF P.,
ry Tuesday evening, S o'clock,
f MOUNTAIN LODGE NO. 3.
Vf ursday evening, K. of P. hall.
ITS OF THE MACABEES.
I ursday, I. O. O. F. hall. Vlsit-
f, its- Invited.
I ES OF THE MACCABEES.
iry first and third Tuesday, S p.
V 0. F. hall.
iRN'AL ORDER OF EAGLES.
jAKE AEULE NO. C7. EVERY
A p. m., A O. U. W. hall.
' LiTLY LODGE NC. 222. FIRST
Tuesday, 8 p. m., A. O. U. W.
U- A JOPLIN, Regent.
0 ONES. Secretary.
1 bR0TIIERH00D OF AMER
lc I 1CA-
a Ptunday, I. O. Q. f. temple.
y Eagls bllt.. 2ud noor. dlWO
KKOWN QUARTZ GOLD
?ioitbern California. Haa been
' lJarg.(;..BCa,e( Vroduclne approxl-
I .lu change Interest for
I o Elnk the mine to water lovel.
J 30hl . 0fl flux lo nearby
1 Sy, rcdudns development
' vP r L18 riUlly, C(l"IPCd With
i li -driven mnchlnery. unsay de
p store and other buildings com-
'skJV?cl,cayy "n11"" Individual
2 Roil0r,.p0rfC(U- Addrcsa G. P.
J San Dlogo. California, nlC
JJltfALK WITH EASE.
k-D' BOBBINS, CORN DOC
Igtjg treatment. 118 S. Main, xiiso
)LEN FROM 227 W. 1ST SOUTH
JRoward for return,
feAiIoCA?.PKT A'D WALL,
neCo.-Carpeu cleaned on
teathera icnovated. 'Phone
iwHERE TO STOP.
ft ratcn 2o and 35 cents. B316
5h? 0Rder. W UP. FIT GUAR
RMctiimon Sc Laracn, 145 W. 2nd
ffribunc's Odeo Bureau
LC4SG WASHINGTON AVE. TELEPHONE 111.
Hvertlsincr Rates FurnlsTiod on Application. 8
DEAD HAN HAD BEEN A
DEALER IN A FARO BANK
Special to The Tribune
0GDEN, SepL 5. The Identity of tho
man found dead on tho sidewalk has been
established. Tho man has been employed
for some time ns a faro bank dealer at
tho Elephant clubroom3. His real name
does not appear to bo definitely known,
but It Is supposed to be Andrew Aslgnan,
the namo that was published this morning
ns appearing on an envelope found In the
man's pocket. It is not likely that an
inquest will bo held over the body, as
there-'docs not appear to be any question
as to the cause of death
The man had tho reputation of belner
very non-committal, and gavo little Infor
mation regarding himself, hence his asso
ciates, while knowing him well, cannot
even remember ever having heard his real
name, as ho always went by a nickname.
Thev account for the finding of the ?T51
In the man's pocket by the fact that ho
spent little money, was drawing good pny
and used his pockets for his bank.
Unless somo relative appears on the
scene to claim tho money tnero -will bo
about f500 to go to the Stato of Utah.
Labor dnv was celebrated in an elabo
rate manner In Ogdcn today. Evcr'
business house In tho city was closed, and
thousands thronged the streets as the
parado passed The proccssjon was a
mile In length, and fully a thousand men
were In line , . ,
Tho parade moved through the princi
pal streets and to Lester park, where the
exercises of the day wero held.
Former Senator Frank J. Cannon, who
had been selected as orator of tho day.
was absent, but had written out his
specchnnd it was read by Georgo-Ml-llamson
of the U. B. of R. E.
The address reviewed the history of or
ganized labor and the struggle between
labor and capital for supremacy, ana
recognized tho "absolute right of tho la
boring man to sell his labor in any mar
ket and tho individual right of the la
borer to Join a union or refuse to Join a
union, ns ho may please. alKO the right
of an employer to operate with non-union
labor If he saw fit."
In closing the address said: The
greatest word In the language is Justice.
Live It and by living Justice you will
have carried forward a work which a pre
ceding generation of laboring men per
formed less for themselves than for you,
as -ou must perform your work of Im
provement of labor conditions more for
tho next generation than for yourselves."
After tho reading of Senator Cannon's
address, various games and athletic
contests were indulged In and prizes,
Tho prize for the best float In the
parade was divided between tho ma
chinists and tho electrical workers, and
tho prize for the union making the best
appearance in the parade was split be
tween the barbers and the carpenters.
Joe Strong leaves tomorrow for St.
Louis and Boston, to bo gono about two
P. Sullivan reported to the pollco that
he had been robbed of $00 in a Twenty
fifth street restaurant. He was under tho
Inllucnco of liquor, and when searched at
the police station $191 In cash and a ?2C0
draft on a Salt Lake bank were found.
The Pastime theater opened tonight to
a crowded house. The house will contlnuo
through the senson with vaudeville- per
formances. The funeral of the late John Keogh will
bo held from St Joseph's church at 10
o'clock tomorrow morning.
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The residence of A. B. Canfield was
burglnrlzed this evening and a woman's
gold watch, a fob chain, a pair of gold
cuff buttons, a razor and ?1 in cash wero
taken. The family was absent at tho time
and the burglars gained entrance through
a window. There Is no clue to the robbers.
I AUTUMN OUTING EXCURSION
Saturday, September 10,
Via O. S. Ij. to northern Vtah and Idaho
points. Low rales and long limits.
The Royal serves delicious German
lunches, sandwiches, beer and wine.
AT THE HEALT SCTSL.
When you como to Ogdcn, opposite 'he
Union depot. The celebrated Ostoirnoor
Ml mattroBSfs In every room. Snmplo
rooms and cafe in crnnectlon.
I' ' " DRINK 1111
NATURAL LITHIA WATER, j
"Makes overythlng Good."
F J. Klesol & Co, Ogdcn. t
Rlegcr & Llndley, Salt Lake, DIs- i
MONEY TO LOAN.
HOUSES TO RENT.
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fj AND CLUBROOMS
H Dining car and Pullman portern' H
H headquarters. 110 2Gth at 'Phono
;ETVERPrup., Ogdcn. Utah. Sfi
Tho only first-class liquor store In tho
city. You can't miss It, Display of duck3
B. F. LIVINGSTON, Proprietor
342 23th 3trect. Ogdcn, Utah.
Ogdon'u finest cafe. Lcmp'o beer on )
s draught. 2425 Washington Avo. c
S L1CKDOM & PATTISON Props. $
It's Easy When You Know
Where to find It. tho old reliable trans
fer company; when you are in a hurry to
cutch a train, attend a theater.
ALLIEN TRANSFER CO.
Albcm Allen, Manager.
'Phono 22. m 25tb Ptreot.
W. D. BLOSSER. J. L. BLOSSER.
Your thirst Parlor. 2477 Washington ave.,
PARK CITY I
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PARK CITIZENS ENJOY
LABOR'S ANNUAL HOLIDAY
Special to The Tribune
PARK CITY, Sept. 5. Labor day was
appropriately observed in Park City. All
of tho mines were closed down for tho
day and business of every description
wa3 suspended. The streets wore
thronged and the entire camp was busy
At 10 o'clock tho parade started from
the foot of Main street, the lino of march
being up Main to First, thenco down
Park avenue to Hober avenue, across
to Main and up Main to tho city hall,
whero they disbanded. Tho line was a
long one, and was a credit to the organ
izations comprising It.
Immediately at tho close of tho pa
rade a race between tho First ward and
the Third ward hose companies took
place on Main street. The Third ward
team won, making the raco and attach
ing the lino In twenty-two seconds. It
took tho First ward team twenty-seven
seconds to perform tho same feat.
In the afternoon the ball game was tho
first feature, followed by races and con
tests of all sorts on Main street, and
In the ovonlng a ball at Maple hall, for
tho benefit of tho hospital, closed tho
celebration of the day.
Mrs. II. G. Bates and children arrived
homo today, from spending the summer
in Salt Lako City, Seattle and Portland.
Tho Nalldrlver mlno closed down yes
terday. All of tho men were laid off In
definitely and all work suspended. Two
men aro going to continue to do prospect
work, but It Is Improbable that tho mlno
will resume work for some time to come.
LEGAL FIGHT FOR MINE.
Snowflake Property at Fay Subject of
Contest in Court.
Special to Tho Tribune.
MODENA. Utah, Sept. 5. R. Mv John
son of Salt Lako City, accompanied by
J. M. Hamilton of Salt Lake City, ono of
his attorneys, passed througli horo Sat
urday, en route to Ploche, Nov.. whero
the case of Johnson vs. Short ot al., for
the possession of tho Snowfiako mining
property at Fay, Nov., probably will bo
reopened, new evidence having been
found by tho plaintiff. In referring to the
enso air. Johnson said:
"In 1501 bought tho Snowfiako group
of claims from tho Horseshoe Mining
company, and hired C A. Short to do
the assessment work, paying him alto
gether more . than iflCCO. Before ho had
finished the assessment work he aban
doned It, having agreed to finish it, and
having collected the money for It, and
leaving P. J. Donovan at work on It at $4
a day. although ho had been paying him
only VI a day.
"In 1903. on January 3 and 4, I had J. V.
Lane relocate for the purpose of
straightening some lines and to remedy
somo defects that I supposed at that
time existed In my titles. During this
time, from January 1 to late In the sum
mer, being 72 years of age. In feeble
health and unable to look after the work
personally, I was compelled to trust tho
work to my agent, J. V. Lane.
"Now. I charge that Short, early In
1903, whllo tho location work was undor
way by Lane, appronched Lane and en
deavored to get him to do some act or
neglect to do something which inlsht vi
tiate my title and enable Short to Jump
these claims. Tho claim was Jumped bv
Short on April 17, 1M3 Short and his
partner, Elliott, entered into an agree
ment with Lane to give him ono-thlrd In
terest In the Snowllakc croup of claims
covering all of my ground, for his ser
vices In tho Jumping.
"Short navlng failed to carry out his
agreement with Lane, they are now bit
ter enemies, and Lane has revealed to mo
the existence of tho fraudulent contract,
giving mo an attested copy of It. The
easo was submitted upon proof to the
court about a month ago, wherein I
asked for a nonsuit on the ground that
Short's certificates were defective and
that he was not In possession of the
.property at the time suit was begun. This
tho Judge hns now under advisement, and
tho court will now be asked to reopen
tho case to admit this evidence of fraud
"Short at the last session oX the court
succeeded In getting holil of the original
contract and destroyed It. Lane did not
struggle to rc-obtaln it, for tho reason
that ho had In February made an exact
copy, which was attested by witnesses.
"This evidence of fraud was carefully
concealed until August 19, 1901, when I
came In possession of tho facts. Short
fearing the suit would go against him',
has begun to loot the mine, and has been
up to this dato. for about a month, ta
king out and hauling to tho Newport
and Nevada Alining company's mill at
Deer I.odcc, about three miles away,
from fifteen to twenty-five tons of freo
mllllnc ore. said to run from ?15 to HQ
"Tho mill was disabled Friday night
and had to shut down for two or thrco
weeks, which will cnablo me to stop tho
confiscation of my ore before much moro
damage Is done to the mine.
"G. Pray Smith, who was to have stood
trial on August 25 at Ploche. for the al
leged theft of some of tho Horseshoe
property, has forfeited his bonds and
skipped the country."
Arthur Brown, J. M. Hamilton and A.
J Webber of Salt Lako and T. J. Osborno
of Plocho nre counsel for Mr. Johnson.
YOUR FIRST CUP WILL
MAKE YOU A TREE TEA
DRINKER FOR EVER
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j Day's Happenings in Utah.
AMERICAN FORK LOSES
ONE OF HER PIONEERS
AMERICAN FORK, Sept. 5, airs. Ann
Rowley, one of the pioneers, died yester
day at 1:0 p. m. Although Mrs. Rowley
had been ailing slnco April, tho main
cause of her trouble was a complication
of lung trouble and heart hlscasc. j
Mrs. Rowley was born In Huddorfleld,
Yorkshire, England, on March 22, 1827,
and in 1S47 she becamo a member of tho
Mormon church, and came to Utah In
ISoO. crossing the plains with tho hand
cart company, which came In that year.
After staying in Salt Lako City until I860,
she and her husband came to American
Fork, where she wan one of its earliest
On the organization of the primary
association here, Mrs. Rowley was
elected president, and held tho olllcc for
twenty-two years. Mrs. Rowley was also
connected with the Relief society of
American Fork from its organization un
til sho died.
During the major part of her stay in
American Fork sho was compelled to look
after her husband, who soon after ar
riving hero suffered total blindness. Mrs.
Rowley's husband and several sons and
daughters survive her. Sho died at tho
age of 77. Tho funeral will bo, held In
Science hall, Tuesday, at 2 o'clock.
Jesse M. Harmon, Sheriff of Utah coun
ty, was In American Fork yesterday af
ternoon, In connection with tho Greek's
assault upon his foreman. A warrant
has been issued for the Greok. Ho was
last heard of In Bingham Junction.
.J. W. Storrs came home yesterday from
Si two weeks' stay In Mack, Colo., whero
he has been acting as bookkeeper and
paymaster for Straw and Storrs, railroad
Jirs. Minnie Saunders and family, also
Miss Lottie Bivlncs of Salt Lake, have
been visiting In American Fork as the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Myers.
Thomas Adamson, who has been for
the past two years a Canadian, returned
home with his mother, who had made a
vacation trip to Canada. Mr. Adamson
reports the Magrath part of Canada as
dry and crops almost a tolal failure this
Miss MIna Houston, deputy county
clerk, was home from Provo to spend ra
bor day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
David Parker, who has been suffering
with a light attack of appendicitis, is
reported as slightly Improved.
The regular monthly meeting of tho
Mothers and Daughters' association was
held In Sclenco hall last evening. D. II.
Robinson of Pleasant Grove delivered an
Walter Dcavy has undor way the con
struction of a modern, whlto pressed
brick residence on First North, between
Flrat and Second West.
John Stralnforth of Evanston. Wyo.,
nnd Mrs. Alice Burton of Sunnyslde, wero
tho guests of their brother. Harry
Blnch, for a short visit In American
Fork Just thirty-five years had elapsed
since these three had seen each other,
having parted In the old country, drift
ing from one place to another, until they
were, after thirty-five years of wandering
and separation, able to locate each other
in a happy reunions
Miss Mao Crystal left for Blackfoot.
Ida., where she expects to spend tho win
ter. The Chlpman Mercantile company has
spent $$009 In Improving Its coal yards
and barns, and In the erection of a mod
Tho families of S. L. Chlpman and John
R. Hlndley wero moved to Provo, whero
they expect to spend the winter. In order
to allow their children to attend tho
Brlgham Young university.
The game of baseball played here to
day batween the Bluo Point Pcrfectoes of
Salt Lako and tho local team proved to
bo tho most holly contested game played
In American Fork this year. The locals,
with somo Imported players, presented
tho beat line-up of the season. Therlot,
Mooro and two King boys of Provo were
played by tho locals. The game was a
tie, twelve to twelve, at tho end of nine
Innings. Tho tenth Inning resulted In
favor of American Fork, by a score of
thirteen to twelve. The line-up was ns
Blue Point Porfectoos, American Fork.
Peacock c F. Therolt
T. Irvine p .Cy. Young
Norrls lb Dunkloy
Hofellng cf Bush
Simpson 33 A. Ivlng
Taufcr 2b Moore
Grooves rf Bnrratt
Kenyon If Singleton
D. Irvine 3b 1. King
Attendance. CO. Time, 2:10. Score, 13-12.
When In need ol a carpenter, 'phono
' H. F. Williams Bell, 2145-k; Independ
ent, 241. Shop. 71 S. State.
MANY YEARS BY PICTURE
To the Editor of The Tribune.
LAYTON. Utah, Sept. l.-The photo
graph purporting to be a homo In Farm
Ington and sold as a Utah souvenir, which
you reproduced In your Issue of September
1, Is a familiar picture to many in this
vicinity. Tho original protograph was
taken closo around 1S70 by an enterprising
photographer who was on his way to Salt
Lake City from a scenegcttlng tour
through tho Weber canon.
Tho picture was taken of tho homo of
Samuel Ashton and wife of Kaysvlllo.
Tho couplo crossed the plains In tho hand
cart company. On this Journey the hue
band was ill most of the way and was
pushed in a cart by his faithful wife.
This couplo lived a slmplo life and died
In tho picture Mrs. Ashton stands by
the spinning whcol and tho other women
aro her mother and sister, who happened
to be there at "carding" bee whan tho
photographer came along.
For moro than thirty years this Inno
cent picture, In the hands of vllllllcrs. has
been misrepresenting Utah and hor people.
Obviously the picture Is sold ns that of a
polygamous family, while it Is nothing of
tho kind. Not ono In the group wan in
any way connoctcd with polygamy.
The old house was a landmark for many
years, but It Is now seen no more. Is'oar
by, however, Btands a pretty modern brick
cottage, tho homo or "William Butcher,
one of tho most successful fruit groworn
In Davhi county.
E, M. WHITESIDES.
Returned "With a Bride.
Special to Tho Tribune.
MODENA. Sept. 6. W. B. Hanco of
Statcllno, who was married on Friday
In Salt Lake City to Miss Edith Duffln of
Toquorvlllc, "Washington county, returned
yesterday on routo lo Statolinc, accom
panied by his bride. Tho marrlago cere
mony was performed at tho residence of
a friend of the groom and ) only a few
friends of tho contracting parties wero
iirosont. Mr Hanco Ih a popular young
business .man connected with tho State
lino Mercantile company, and Mrs. Hanco
1b an estimable young woman well known
In southern Utah.
PASTOR SCRUGGS GOES
TO BAPTIST CONFERENCE
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO, Sept. 6. The Rev. Thomas
Henry Scruggs, pastor of the Baptist
church of this city, has gono to Salt Lako
to attend tho conference of tho Baptist
ministers, which convenes in that city
during the week.
George C. Gronaman will attend tho
Chicago College of . Music tills year. air.
5ronaman Is a student of the violin and
has shown a marked ability with tho In
strument. Labor day was generally observed at
Provo. The business places wore closed
for the day and the Clerks' association
went to Caslllla on an excursion, A fine
programme was arranged and carried out.
County Recorder H. S. Pyno "will leavo
In the near futuro for the East, where ho
Intends to tnko up the study of medicine,
airs. Pyne will accompany hor husband
as far as SL Louis, where tho two will
take In the fair.
Adams & Blgclow, two successful
young business men, will occupy the now
business block erected by aL O. Nunn on
The principals of thd" various shools of
Prov6 have called a rnectlr.g;of,.thc teach
ers at the respective schools for Satur
dav at 10 o'clock. Superintendent Raw
lings has also called a meeting at tho Par
ker schoolhouso at 2 o'clock Saturday
afternoon. It is requested that tho teach
era attend both of these meetings as busi
ness of importance will be considered.
George Storrs and family have returned
from Colorado where air. StorrB haa been
engaged irt rallroau work.
Prof. N L.Nclson of tho Brlgham Young
University, nnd airs. Nelson will leave for
tho East. Prof. Nelson will attend one
of tho leading universities during the com
The Joint meetings of tho Young Folks'
association' were well attended last even
ing. Prof. George H. Brcmhall lectured
In tho Fourth ward and Prof. N. L. Nel
son In the First ward.
The opening session of the Nineteenth
Century club was hold on Friday after
noon at the homo of airs. Schwab. "Sum
mer Snap Shots of the Fair." were read
from airs. R. E. Buckler; "Tho Colorado
Cliff Dwellers," from Miss Dickenson, and
ailE3 Noon gave "Summer Snap Shots of
Dr. J. W. Aird left today for Denver to
attend the convention of the Rocky aioun
tnln Interstate aiedlcal Society.
About 520. Including a $5 check drawn by
Al Jorgensen was stolen from Kopp's
saloon last Saturday night. The money
was left In a glass and put carefully away.
The saloon door was found open and It
I supposed tho burglar was locked In the
saloon when tho place was closed.
F. W. C. Hathenbruck, tho owner of
large slate lands" about two miles south
cast of Provo, has some Salt Lako capi
talists looking over the properties with a
view of developing them. The slate Is
of good quality. The company Interested
desires to securo slate for roofing pur
poses. Lee Bell Is the Provo agent for The Salt
Lake Tribune, at 170 W-t Center street.
All business nnd dellve .es attended to
personally, insuring prompt delivery and
courteous treatment. Persons wishing to
have Tho Sunday Trlbuno onJycan have
same delivered to their homes.
In Praise of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
"Allow me to give you a few words
In praise of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy," says
Mr. John Ilamlett of Eagle Pass, Tex.
"I suffered one week with bowel trouble
and took all kinds of medicine without
without gettlns any relief, when my
friend, Mr. C. Johnson, a merchant
here, advised me to ta"ke this remedy.
After taking; one dose I felt greatly re
lieved and when I had taken the third
dose was entirely cured. I thank you
fioin the bottom of my heart for put-lng-
this great remedy In the hands of
mankind." For sale by all leading
Payson Good Enough for Him.
Special to The Tribune.
PAYSON, ScpL d. Clarence Fairbanks
has returned from Raymond, Canada,
whore he went about a year ugo to make
his homo. Ho doesn't seem to bo very
much taken with that northern coun
try, and Is satisfied to try It here onco
more. He says Canada Is a good cnttlo
country, but Is decidedly poor for farm
ing. The Presbytorlan mission school opened
todav with a good enrollment, ailss Har
riett" E. Elliott is principal.
airs. J. J. aicClellan came down from
Salt Lako last evening for a fow days'
visit with hor parents, air, and airs.
Samuel Douglass. Sho was accompanied
by tho babies.
Bishop Empey's Niece Dies Suddenly.
Special to The Tribune.
EUREKA. Sopt. C airs. Ella White, the
wlfo of E. J. White, a Eureka business
man, died very suddenly at her homo hero
this morning from valvular heart disease.
She was about tho house doing her morn
ing work until about 9 o'clock, when she
lay down upon the bed to nurBQ her five-
Strong Evidence of Faith.
P. C. Schramm's Guarantee That Hy
omei "Will Cure tho "Worst Case of
Catarrh in Salt Lako.
"When one 6f the most reputable con
cerns In Salt Lake guarantees that a
medicine will effect a cure or he will re
fund the money, it speaks volumes as
to the merits of that remedy. It Is In
this way that F. C. Schramm Is selling
Hyomel, the treatment that has made
so" many remarkable cures of both acute
and chronic catarrh in Salt Lako and
Hyomel Is not a pill, nor is it a liquid
that has to be taken with a tablespoon
or wineglass. Just breatho it by the
aid iOf an Inhaler that comes In every
outfit and benefit will be seen from tho
Remember that If Hyomel does not
cure you, F. C. Schramm will refund
your monoy. This Is a good tlmo to
cure catarrh by this natural method
and prevent catarrhal colds that aro
so common at this season.
CURE FOR HAY FEVER
Hyomel Is a positive cure for tho
nneezlng, watering of tho eyes, exces
sive running at the nose, and Intense
burning of hay fevor. It soothes and
heals the Irritated mucous membrane
, and gives quick and lasting relief.
months-old baby and passed away with
out a struggle, airs. Whlto was alone Inj
tho house with tho children and It was a
few minutes aftorwnrds before a physi
cian -was summoned. Dr. Taylor was
failed, but could not find a Bpark of llfo
In the body. A pathetic Incident was the
-sight of Iho little babe sucking at its
mother's breast. The little one is In tho
best of health and w.ir smiling and cooing
when taken from beside Its dead mother.
The deceased leaves thrco small children.
Sho was a niece of Bishop Empey, who
died at Salt Lake last night. No arrange
ments have yet 'been made for tho fu
neral. Garland "Wins From North. Ogden.
Special to The Tribune.
BRIGHAai. Sept. 5. Labor day was
celebrated hero in royal stylo, and with
out a hitch in the elaborate programme
that had been prepared. Thorc wero 1000
visitors, mostly from North Ogdcn, pres
ent. They wero mot at tho depot by the
band and escorted up town. All wero
given all tho poaches they could eat and
more than they knew what to do with.
A band concert was given In tho foro
noon at 11 o'clock, and another at the
courthouso In the evening, There was
also a matinee at tho Academy of aiuslc.
Tho feature of tho day .was the baseball
gamo between Garland a'nd North Ogden,"
It waa a spirited game and was won by
Garland, with a score of eight to nothing
The visitors left on1 tho 7 o'clock train
In tho evening. ,
WORLD'S FAIR EXCURSIONS
Via Denver & Rio Grande.
To St. Louis and return 542.60
To Chicago and Teturn 47.50
To St. Louis and return via Chi
cago, or vice versa j 50.00
Selling dates Tuesday and Friday of
each week. (
Stop-overs allowed. '
Final limit, 60 'days from date of sale.
Pullman and .tourist sleepers through
to St., LouLs without 'Charge. Choice of
routes. See any iD.r& R. g. agent.
August 16 to Soptember 11, Inclusive
Via Oregon Short Line. Round trip to
San Francisco or Los Angele3, both
ways via Ogden, $36.50. Going vln Og
den and returning via Portland or Vice
versa, $47.50. Limit Oct 23. See agents
for full particulars
Pearp, $1.00 to $1.25 per bu.; plums,
CO to 80 cents per bu. Call at Elgin
Fruit farm, one mile south of Twelfth
South and Eleventh East, on main
GIVING UP PLUNDER.
Boy Thieves Confess Their Depreda
tions to the Police
Plunder of all kinds is still, being un
earthed by the police as the result of
breaking up the ring of youthful boy
thieves who have been pilfering from
different Salt Lake business houses.
One moro arrest was. made yesterday,
that of . Alvln Wolsey. Patrolmen
Ftferster and Carlson brought In the
young prisoner, who Is accused of be
lng one of the gang.-
Souvenir cups, pins, brooches, whisk
brooms and other similar articles,
taken from the Doull Drug company In
the main, were restored by the officers
yesterday. As fast as they are able to
do so the boys now under arrest are
telling the police ,what they got and
where they put It.
MANEUVERS AT BULL RUN.
CORPS HEADQUARTERS, GAINES
VILLE, Vn Sept. 5. Orders for a rush
to positions wero given In both maneuver
camps exactly at midnight tonight. Tha
Blue army, under Gen. Grant, was put
under way to attack tho Brown army un
der Gen. Bell. The orders of Gen. Bell
sent Ids forces toward his adversary at
double quick. Tt Is his deslro to, reach a
position near the center of the maneuver
field and stop the attacking forces, whose
duty It Is to force a passage through
Thoroughfare gap. Careful estimates of
these marches indicate that at daybreak
a collision between the; opposing forces
will take place- somewhoro near Groveton,
a memorable spot In the Bull Run battles.
From this first collision tho Brown army
can fall back If necessary to successive
positions toward Thoroughfare
There is scarcely anything
less substantial; and almost
nothing more substantial
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE H
HAD A SICK CHINAityAN. H
Denver Officer Takes Two Deportees IH
to the Pacific Coast.
With a sick Chinaman In his custody.
Deputy United States Marshal Ed jH
Higland of Denver arrived yesterday H
over the Rio Grande. In this city he
picked up Yeo Quon Wah, another cap- H
Sldate for deportation, and resumed his sl
Journey toward- San Francisco last il
The Denver Chinaman was- very sick il
and, as some of his countrymen in Salt Ml
Lake telephoned ahead to Ogden to se- Kl
cure a Chinese physician, he is quite tMI
as likely to cros9 the Styx as the Pa- lil
clfic ocean. iH
Heaps of Japanese Bodies. 1
CHEFOO, Sopt. 5. Advices from Port
Arthur say that following the terrific H
bombardment of the fortress for the five :jH
days ending September 1. heaps of Japan- al
cso bodies were removed bv the Chlneso ifll
under orders given by tho Port Arthur riH
Negro Lynched in Arizona. iH
CROSSETT, Ark.. Sept. u. A negro who jfl
attempted to assault two whito girls Sat- Wl
urday night was taken from tho Jail Sun- 4IH
day and lyncHed about three miles from
Brighfs Disease and H
Diabetes News. II
Sacramento, Cal., Aug. 30, 1904. HIH
To relatives of those having Brlght's nfl
Disease or Diabetes: ll
Knowing what I do I consider that nll
it would be almost criminal to conceal Pi
the knowledge I have as to the curabll- ($i
Ity of Brlght's Disease and Diabetes rccl
when there are s.o many homes con- lfl
stantly saddened by the presence of &if
these hitherto fatal diseases.
I had Diabetes myself for many fwl
years had exhausted the best of medl- t WH
cal talent here without result It stead- ltl
lly progressed till I heard that there 'jtjl
was a. cure for it in San Francisco. It rtll
looked unreasonable but I sent for it. Mil
In a few weeks I was on the mend and tffl
In six months was in my usual health rllll
and strength. I then put nn engineer tillH
of our road on It. He was broken down
with Diabetes and was retired. In a I'lH
few months he was back to his old po- l-H
sltion on his engine. Later my son, rH
aged 13 years, was discovered by our
physicians to be In an extreme condl-
Hon as the result of Brlght's Disease. NH
Thev felt certain ho could not live but I 'lH
a short while- I got the treatment for 'JH
him and he is now, to our delight, 'H
strong and vigorous again and at UjH
school and growing wonderfully, aiany bH
here are taking the treatment. I have f iH
told a great many Ih person for l know r.'nH
It to be an almost certain cure for :'!
Brlght's Disease and Diabetes In all ( IH
stages. Yours faithfully, L'JH
CIIAS. A. NEWTON, !fH
Yardmaster S. P. R. R. Co. IH
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ered Fulton Compounds the first cures hftH
the world has ever seen for Brlght's ?iH
Disease and Diabet.es. We are the sole .
agents. Ask for pamphlet. F. J. Hill fv'H
Drug Co., Salt Lake. Utah. &iH
When to suspect Brlght's Disease HuH
puffy ankles or hands weakness with- ?')H
out visible cause-kldney trouble after ft&H
third month smoky urine frequent FH
urination failing vision one or more MH
of these. . 101
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