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"I . Two Explosions fere
Finally Doyle Was Deported
fj From Aita Mining
" jj ' CamP
H jf Citizens Complain of .Inadequate Po-
H 1 ji lice Protection and Want Paid
H !f Ofllcer.
Because he went around with his
j.jl pockets full of dynamite and occaslon-
I ally manifested his opposition to the
( j j Government by blowing something up,
, j J! a minor named Doyle was requested to
' j( leave Alta last week.
' l q His first exploit was the destruction
. I $ of several sections of Jackson Jones's
I K pipe line, which supplies the camp with
j f drinking water. With a stick or two
1 '( of giant powder he put the line out of
commission and started a water fn-
J mine. .This was regarded as a rather
jV good Joke by everybody but the owner
i f of the pipe line.
, Blew Up a Cabin.
I S( However. when, two days later
I ' a '' Doylo blew up a cabin In which several
W miners had been sleeping, reducing it
, 1 ' to kindling wood and shaking the
I(I jiuh; iiiuuiiiuiu, some ui. ine more con-
1 iV servatlvc citizens suggested that he
was becoming disorderly.
, J i The end came when Doyle demanded
1 1( credit for a bottle of whisky at the
i . only saloon in camp. It was refused
' 1 and he was heard to threaten that he
, would blow up the saloon. The com-
munlty rose as one man and denounced
1 1 the dynamiter as a dangerous chnrac-
ter; Yielding to the pressure of public
li, sentiment Deputy Sheriff Davis waited
'' upon Doyle and told him to get out of
, . camp.
Consented To Go.
Doyle denounced the request as an
!ji unwarranted Invasion of his rights,
. i but he Anally consented to go.
e The citizens of Alta complain of the
, J inadequate protection afforded to them
t .j fry the county. Air. Davis, they say,
;;' la a good ofllcer, but his pay is so mea
ger that he Is compelled to work as a
t miner In order to live. What the com-
y munity needs, it is said, Is the constant
."i supervision of an olllcer who Is paid
J, enough to make the position of deputy
sherfff an object. '
Iv MASS MEETING.
To the Citizens of Utah:
'i Every American citizen of Utah, man
i or woman, who is opposed to church
domination in any of the affairs' of
State and opposed to church control qf
i' the public schools, is cordially invited
, ' to attend a meeting of those of like
1 sentiments, to be held In the Grand
The'atre, Salt Lake City, on Wednesday
. j' evening, September 14, 1901, at S:15
I The objects of this meeting are as
i , follows:
I First To hear and act upon the
report of the Committed on Party
I Organization heretofore appointed by
a meeting of citizens, who lrrevoca-
bly pledged themselves to support, to
M ultimate success, the movement to
l openly light by party organization, the
. control or interference of any church
i i in the affairs of state In Utah.
;! Second To complete a permanent
1 organization and provide for a plan of
'i campaign for the elections of this year,
i ; Only those who are heartily in accord
' !, with the movement and are prepared
to pledge to it their unchanging sup-
I I' port, are invited to be present. Subject
' to this proviso, citizens of all religious
' views and of all nationalities are cor-
t J, dlally asked to attend the meeting.
: By order of the Executive Committee.
.'I? H. J. DININNY, Chairman.
! 1 N MARKET YARD NEEDED.
i j.J New Ordinance Works a Great Hnrd-
' , 3,j ship on Farmers and Peddlers.
;!,, The need of a public yard whero farni-
!"j crs can meet with peddlers and town
I merchants rind sell their fruit is becom-
, d lng dally moro apparent. At the present
I ,l time tho farmers Hue up on the south
j i; sido of First South between Main and
, i ( West Temple, while tho peddlers and mcr-
' i, chants tako to the north aide of the
i a strcot. As a result both sides of tho
street arc closed up, and It a biff flro
.should break out, the flro departmont
I , j would havo no Utile trouble in making a
I I " passage along tho street. Moreover, tho
I; t li congregating of the peddler wagon3 on
, ' Jj theso streets is illegal, for there is a now
' ,2 city ordinance which prohibits such
1 1 1 wagons from usln tho paved dlstrlcL
.1 Acting In accordance with this ordi-
1 ,n nance. Chiof Lynch lias Inaugurated a
. ! 'i crusade against the little rigs, and yes-
, it- tcrday morning the policeman on that
, .fb beat was ordered to carry oat tho ordl-
i f 'M nance to the letter. The merchants and
j ' h)( peddlers were obstinate, howovor, and to
- '! ,M a man thoy rofusod to move, although
i 4 , i threatened with arrest. It Is understood
i ' ,H that a special troop will bo detailed to
, tj ,',(1 tho scone this mornlhg to see thai tho
D ,j j law Is enforced. Most of tho policeman
, ,;H arc in sympathy with the men, for they
) (t recognlzo that romoval to any distance
... li will greatly Inconvenience and retard
1 . ( IB tholr work.
t, III It Is understood that the Council will
i ,13 bo petitioned for tho uso of the city hail
I .1 wroundB situated on Second East between
, j Irj) Third and Fourth South. Many of tho
I (J farcnora and' peddlers have expressed
1) j ; themselves as heartily favoring tho plan
' , i and oven say they would bo willing to
; pay a good prlco for the uso of tho
1 ,1, groundp. The present location of the
1!. ' , ,4 wagons is both unsightly and Jncon-
J , l venlcnt, and thor proposed chanco would
, J j!j provo beneficial to all concerned.
1 , ill The Salt Lake City Brewing com-
". Pan" avI"l? MPPolnted the Kentucky
t , , Liquor company resident agents for
..(.': ;; their retail business, desire to thank
1 . jj) the public for their generous patron-
j , -fj age in the past, and nslr that In future
i ' J nnlers for beer be given tho Kentucky
j J Liquor conipcsr.
f," ;acob MORITZ,
, : General Manager.
Learned to Play
And the Experience Cost tho Missouri
Man. Only n Two-Bit
That the good old game of Mormon
poker la still being played In Salt Lako
City lo tho accompaniment of dupluted
poekotbooks and sorrow-strlckcn albeit
wiser strangers, Jia apparent from tho
tales which occabionally loak out. Ona
oL these, to tho point' and also exempli
fying tho fact that the game can bo
learned nt slight cost If tho stranger bo
only possessed of a reasonable amount of
sagacity, was given out by M. M. Maxon,
n SedaJIa, Mo., railroad man. yestorday.
Mr. Maxon camo to Salt Lako on busi
ness and tarried to see tho city's sights.
Ho met during the course of his wandor
Iiiks an aJTable young man. In fact, tho
affability of tills well-dressed man was
such that tho railroad official became
mildly suspicious. Ills suspicion:; wcro
not allayed when his new-found acquaint
ance suggested a quiet little gamo of
"You oco, it's thin way. I've a couple
of friends and they like a social hnnd once
in a while. Did you ever hear of Mor-
tho old, old days, and " Tho afTablo
man talked as smoothly as though his
larynx had been oiled, and Just about the
time his conversation was getting Inter
esting tho "two frlonds who liked a so
cial hand" nppearod. '
So tho four repaired to a room on South
Temple street, a nlco little upstairs apart
ment, quiet and pleasant. There thoy
played, and It was tho regulation old stud
pokor which whllod away tho momonts.
Tho railroad man saw that ho was In a
one-agalnst-threo proposition, but he said
nothing and won a few dollars with a
straight face. Then he lost' St back and
ho realized it was time to retreat In good
order. He did so by playing a little
"Say." said ho, looking at his watch.
"I'm sorry, but I'vo got an engagement
with a friend. I wouldn't go away, but
I'm short of cash and ho Is lo turn over
a llttlo bunch of money to me. I'll get
throuch with him in a few minutes and
then I'll bo back," and the thrco sure
thing artists had fallen Over one anotlfir
to open tho door and had let him es
cape before they realized that they and
not ho had been "had."
Now the railroad man had lost 25
ronf linil en An f Hint nn rl rr re vin
his acquaintance. ITo broko Just oven on
,the game. The point Is this: Ono can
learn Mormon poker cheaply In Salt Lako
City today. If ho be wise. Tho game Is
played, and played frequently, and tho
Police department has been taking good
caro that tho occasional and scml-occa-slonal
reports of losses which como Into
headquarters do not get to tho cars of
tho general public
BUTTE'S RIOT A FARCE.
Butte Man Says Wo Force Was Used
on the Hclnze Democrats.
"Butte's riot tho other day. where the cn
tlro police force was called out to settlo
the troubles of a Democratic convention,
was largely a farce, In my opinion," said
IS. W. King at the Wilson yesterday. Mr.
King, who is president of the big Barnes
King Mining company. Is the candidate
lor Lieutenant-Governor of Montana on
tho Republican ticket this year. During
tho last Legislature In Montana he was
chairman of the P.epubllcnn steering com
mittee in tho House. Ho happoned to be
In the convention hall at Butte when the
big bell In tho city hall tower pealed out
tho riot call, and lie saw tho proceedings
.subsequent to this alarm.
"The whole thlnn looked like a grand
stand play." said Mr. King. "The police
came in laughing and told tho Ilelnze
Democrats to move on, and the Ilelnze
Democrats In turn laughed and sat whore
they were. In tlmo they moved out, but
no force was used nor was any necessary.
"Mayor Mulllns of Butte Is a Ilelnze
man. The men against whom he led the
police forco were Ilelnze men; in fact, It
all looked like a Helnzo move.
"Politics In Montana Is going nicely
from a Republican point of view. Tho
Stato will go heavy for Roosevelt. I am
sure. You see, the big price of wool has
made the sheepmen feel verv kindly to
ward the Administration, and tho 'sheep
vote' Is a big thing. The Republican
party Is free from any corporation en
tanglements, either from tho Amal
gamated or . Ilelnze. The latter element
made a big effort to got some favors from
the convention, but failed to accomplish
their purpose. And tho other side has
nothing to do with the control of tho
I believe that tho only corporation
light in the coming Legislature will ema
nate from an attempt to amend or repeal
tho fair trial bill which a special session
of tho last Legislature passed. This was
looked upon as an Amalgamated measure
by Its opponents, and came about largely
because of the fact that It was demanded
by all the laboring people of the State
when the Amalgamated closed down Its
smelter after the original bill to the samo
effect had been declared unconstitutional.
It provides for a change of venue on an
affidavit from either party to a soil, to
tho effect that this party believes the
presiding Judge to be prejudiced."
Mr. and Mrs, King arc In Salt Lako
sightseeing and will be here until tho end
of -the week.
The Philharmonic association mot last
night at the homo of Mrs, "V. A. Nclden.
No definite plans were made, but sonib
propositions wcro considered. Another
meeting will bo held a week from next
Saturday, at which plans will be decided
upon and preparations made for tho elec
tion of officers at tho annual October
Young & Fowler have moved. Now
located in the new basement at 32 Main
street, opposite Z. C. M. I.
Passengers to New York, Boston, New
England and all Eastern polntw will
And it to their advantage to ascertain
rates applying over the Nickel Plate
road and its Eastern connections. Three
dally trains on which there Is no ex
cess fare charged. One special feature
of the service is meals in dining-cars,
on American) club, plan. Pay for what
you get, but In no case over 35c to 51.00
per meal; also- service a la carte and
mid-day luncheon 50c. Folders, rates
and all Information cheerfully furnished
by applying to Charles E. Johnson, dis
trict passenger agent, room 205 Century
building.. Denver, Colo. Chicago depot 1
La Salle "iand "Van Buren streets. '
LOW RATES EAST.
Via Denver & Pio Grande.
St. Louts and return '540 50
Chicago and return 547 50
Chicago apd return via St. Louls$47X0
St. Louis and return via Chicago.. $IS 75
Tickets on sale every Tuesday and
Friday. Final limit sixty days. Transit
limit ten days- In each direction. Stop
overs allowed. . Through sleepers to St
Louln without change. Choice of routes
FREE WATERMELONS 1
FREE CANTALOUPES !
At Brigham City. September 15. Ex
cursion via O. S. L. Round trip, $1 5
Leave Salt Lake at 8 a. in. Special 're
OLD WAN'S LGMG WALK.
E. H. Mitchell Tramps 100 Miles to
Join His Relatives.
Report was received by Sheriff Em
ery yesterday to the effect that E. H.
Mitchell, the old man who wandered
away from his home in thla city last
Sunday, had been located in Eureka.
It was not known what had become of
the man and the police force has been
bonding every energy to get some clue
to his wlioreabotttH. It was believed by
some that Mitchell had fallen a victim
to foul play, no oxcuse being udvanced
for his sudden departure.
The assistance of Sheriff Emery was
asked in the case yesterday and he im
mediately sent a description of tho man
through the State. About 3 o'clock In
the afternoon the ShoHff's oITlco here
received word that the mlsalng man
was in Eureka. He had walked the en
tire distance, about 100 miles, from Salt
Lake to the Tlntlc camp. It Is said that
he even took a long detour t6 the west,
going around Utah lake, to avoid be
ing overtaken. Fatigue and thirst
finally proved hl3 master and he was
about to enter a saloon in Eureka when
Sheriff Cronln of Juab county accosted
Mitchell was unable to glvo any ex
planation for his peculiar action In
leaving his home In this city other than
that family troubles had caused him to
leave. He says he was three days In
walking to Eureka and that he intends
fo remain there. He secured food from
ranchers en route and otherwise than
feeling pretty tired was none the worse
for the trip. He has relatives in Eu
reka and will live with them. A short
time ago he secured a judgment
against .the city of Eureka for 53000 for
personal injuries suffered in an acci
dent on the street.
WAS THE GRAND MASTER.
Retiring Head of Knights Templars
Spends a Day in Salt Lake.
H. 13. Stoddart, past grand master of
the Knights Templars, and C. Stod
dart, both of Bryant, Tex., are among
the guests at the Knutsford. Both
gentlemen are en route to their homes
iioin me recent conciuvu. xuuy sjjuih.
jesterdav afternoon with Ira Jennings
and Dr. IT. N. Mayo in Salt Lake sight
seeing, and were highly pleased with
Many other prominent Knights Tem
plars are in the city and several par
ties are to follow from the Golden Gate
city. Owing to the train wreck of Mon
day, near Reno, Nev., these subsequent
arrivals have been delayed for periods
ranging from twenty-four to forty
eight hours, and, as a consequence, the
Knights will be passing through the
city in large bodies during the rest of
For Over Fifty Yeara.
An old and well-tried remedy. Mrs.
Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
pain, cures wind colic nnd is tho best
remedy for diarrhoea. Sold dy drug
gists in oven' part of the world. Be
sure and ask for Mrs. Wlnslow's Sootn
UNIFORM LAWS ADVOCATED.
Labor Unions of Dilferont Cities Are
Urged to Adopt Same Forms.
WASHINGTON. Sept. 13. Tho execu
tive council of tho American Federation
of Labor today decided to recommend to
the San FT.mcIsco convention of the Fed
eration that several labor unions of tho
different Cities adopt essentially uniform
laws for their government. It was de
cided that any central body denying tho
right of any affiliated body to representa
tion shall have its charter revoked.
Organizations in dispute with each
other wcro ordered to meet President
Gompers either at San Francisco during
tho convention or In this city, with a
view to adjustment of differences.
It was reportr-d Chat tho International
Association of Machinists had agreed to
tho terms of amalgamation.
Via Oregon Short Line.
SL Louis and return 512.50
Chicago and return -17.50
Chicago and return via St. Louis.. -17.50
St. Louis and return via Chicago,. -13.75
Through Pullman sleepers via Union
Pacific and Wabash lines.
Tickets on sale Tuesdays and Fridays
each week See agenta for particulars.
City Ticket Office 201 Main St.
GARVIN'S SCHEME FOILED.
Rhode Island Assembly Condemns
Action of Governor.
PROVIDENCE, R. I.. Sept. 13. Tho ef
fort of Governor Garvin to obtain three
amendments to the State constitution, tho
llrst to provide for constitutional Initia
tive; tho second, a modcrato veto power
for tho Governor, and tho third, permit
ting registry voters to vote for City
Councilmon, was frustrated today by tho
failure of tho general assembly which
met today In extraordinary session, to act
on any of them, although thero waa a
spirited debato In both branches. Both
branches, howover. passed a resolution
condemning the action of the Governor In
calling tho extra cession, and calling for
an adjournment until November 17. This
brought tho session to a close,'
Via O. S, L. under auspices Opal club.
Round trip 51.00, Leave Salt Lake 9:30
a. m. Leave Ogden returning, 9:00 p. m.i
Go and enjoy the trip up Ogden canyon.
Trout and chicken dinner at the Hermitage.
Convention, of Fraternal Order Eagles.
BALTIMORK. Sept. IX-Tho opening
business session of the fifth national con
vention of tho Fratcrnnl Order of Eatrlcs
convened today at 2:15 o'clock. Aside from
the meetings of the grand aorle through
out tho wcok and the grand parade to
morrow, the week will be spent In fes
tivity by tho visiting members of the order.
Goes to University of Nebraska,
LINCOLN. Neb.. Sept, 13.-Announco-mont
was made tonight of tho accept
ance by Prof. George E. Howard of the
Lmlvorslty of Chicago of tho chair of In
stitutional history in tho University of
Nebraska. Prof. Howard was for many
years a member of tho faculty of Lelond
WANTS TO SAVE
Accused ky a Fortune
Says He Did Not Rob His
Brother of Thirty-Four
Strnngo Tale Told by Private Ellings
vorth at the Police Station
"Thero Is a follow that lives hi the
samo houso as I do who Is accusing mo
of stealing $34 and that fellow Is my
brother," said Private Elllngsworth to
tho desk sergeant at tho pollco station
last night. "Ho is ruining my reputation
and business and I want to havo some
Tho desk sergeant rof erred him to CapL
Burbldgo, to whom ho told tho following
, Ellingsworlh's Story.
"Ono night my brother's wlfo got tired
of waiting for him. She locked tho house
and wont home to her mother. He camo
homo drunk and went up In the hay loft
to sleep. Ills wife found hlrn thero be
fore ho woko up and took $34 out of his
pocket. YVhon ho did w.'ike up his wife
had gone back to her mother and ho
found tho house locked, so ho went up
town to get breakfast and found that his
motley was gone.
Consulted a Spiritualist.
"Ho told his wlfo "about losing tho
money and she advised him to go to a
sprltuallst. Tho spiritualist started off
by saying that thero was a woman In tho
case. 'Nn,' said my sister-in-law, 'it's
Ills brother.' The spiritualist shut her
eyes again and said, "Yes, yes, there Is a
man In the caso and he looks like you.
It Is your brother.'
"Then both of them comes lo mo and
say that they can prove I am a thief
by tho spiritualist. Evor since they havo
been accusing me and tolling peoplo that
T robbed my brother. Well, I got tired
of It and called all the family and my rel
atives, together and explained the matter,
but still that slster-ln-law of mine keeps
on accusing mo of taking the money. 1
told her and my brother never to speak
to me again, to leave mo entirely alone,
but for all that she keeps on talking about
mo, and I want It stopped."
Can Prove His Character.
Elllngsworth was advised to como
around this morning and consult the City
Attorney. He says that ho Intends push
ing the matter as he Is tired of beinK
called a thief He also claims to havo
visited tho "poop stone woman."' who ab
solutely denies having accused him. El
llngsworth says that he has served two
terms In tho army and promises to pro
duco statements from his army officers,
If necessary, which go to prove that ho
Is a man of character.
SLAVS PRESENT MEMORIAL
Pray That Count Apponyi May Be
come Apostle of New Gospel. '
ST. LOUIS.' Sept. 13. The Slavonic soci
eties of the United States today presented
to Count Apponyi, chairman of tho Hun
garian delegation to the St. Louis Inter
parliamentary Peace congress, a memori
al written In English, French and Hun
garian, calling upon him to take note of
the liberal Institutions of America and
allow their spirit so to Imbue him that,
returning to Hungary, ho may act as tho
apostle of a new gospel of freedom for tho
oppressed Slavaks there.
Anthony S. Ambrose, president of tho
National Slavonic society of the United
States, one of tho slcners of tho memori
al, says that the sole object of addressing
It lo Count Apponyi was In the hopo that
It might Insure at least a modicum of tho
betterment of tho condition of their kins
men on the other side.
"Wo believe Count Apponyi lo bo a man
of llboral views," said Mr. Ambrose, "and
we feel convinced that his contact with
America's Institutions will clearly show
hlin the monstrous Injustice with which
his Government has been treating the
. . .
CUT RATES TO THE EAST,
Furnished by GroshelPs Ticket Office.
Until further notice wc will furnish
eastbound excursion tickets at greatly
reduced rates. Remember the place
221 Slain St. ESTABLISHED 17
YEARS. F. H. GROSHELL, Manager
SI. 00 TELEPHONES
20 outgoing calls per month. No
charge for Incoming calls. 2.c for ex
ROCKY MOUNTAIN BELL TELE
Via Oregon Short Line.
September 14th. Round trip only $1.60.
Leave Salt Lake S:00 a. m., returning
to Salt Lake about S:10 p. m. Opening
of Weber Reservoir Power and Irriga
tion plant This is a beautiful ride
through Weber Canyon, past the
Devil's Slide, Devil's Gate and Pulpit
Via Oregon Short Lino.
September 14th Round trip only 51.50.
Leave Salt Lake S:00 a m., returning
to Salt Lake about S:10 p. m. Opening
of Weber Reservoir Power and Irrigation-
plant. This Is a beautiful ride
through Weber Canyon, past the
Devil's Slide, Devil's Gate and Pulpit
The kindergarten department of the
University of Utah will begin Septem
ber 19 In the training Bchool building.
Persons desiring information concern
ing the kindergarten courses or the en
trance of children to the school will
please apply. at the ofllc In the training
school building. Houru 2 to 1 p. m
fffly and NeighborhoodJ
A LARGE party of "Montana mining
men are staying at tho JCnutsford. (no
Wilson and the Kenyon, Coming from
Butte, Bozeman, Anaconda and Great
Fall3, they represent nearly all neetlona
of tholr State. Thoy are- hero, most of
them, to attond the meeting of the stock
holders of tho Montana-Tonopnh. sever
al havo brought their wives and families
with them. During tho latter part of tho
afternoon tho party visited tho Taber
nacle, whero a special organ recital was
rendored for their benefit
THE Board of Equalization on city wa
ter rates mot yesterday afternoon In tho
ofllcc of tho Superintendent of Water
Works. A large number of abatements
wero mado and tho board adjourned until
2 o'clock Friday afternoon.
A TEST IS BEING MADE by Food In
spector Moycru of all tho riiilk sent Into
tho city by nhlppcrs, to tho number of
aovonty-flvo. So far no adulteration has
been discovered. 1
JAMES SHAFER. one of tho proprie
tors of tho Chcaapoako restaurant, had a
complaint filed against him yesterday by
Special Sanitary Inspector W. J. Korthr
occuslng him of koeping-a public nulsanco
through not having tho leak In tho sewer
plpo In hla collar repaired.
The ono place for comfort and ele
gance. Fireproof; telephones In every
room; modern In every way.
IT. C. Hoffman and Edward E. Hoffman
havo returned from Montana, whero thoy
havo been on a business trip.
Claronce Shoemaker, tho manager of tho
Turkish bath department at tho Sani
tarium, In rapidly recovering from his ro
cent threatening Illness.
President II. M. Dlnwoodey of tho Dln
woodey Furniture company is still In a
serious condition with typhoid fever.
George M. Cannon ha3 returned from
Rcxburg, Ida,, where he went to attend
a meeting of tho general board of tho
Deserct Sunday-School .union.
Mrs. Ellzaboth S. Davis left yestorday
for amonths visit with her daughtor In
Will F. Blake, editor of tho Advocate at
Gllroy, Cal.. and A. G. Burns, an oil oper
ator In tho Sargont district arrived last
night on their way to tho World's fair.
Both aro delighted with Salt Lake and
they will stay over as long as possible.
Leo Von Rosonbcrg of New York city.
il ul-iiii,ui liiiiun who nas cuosen una
country as his homo, Is among tho guests
at tho Knutsford. Ho has largo mining
Interests In tho Rocky Mountain West.
Samuel Blair, a well-known Ogden cler
gyman. Is among tho guests at the Ken
yon. G. M. McCray, ono of Australia's shoop
kings, was nt tho Kenyon yesterday. Mr.
McCray spent a large portion of tho day
sight-seeing with Salt Lake friends. lie is
on his way East.
j: ... AMUSEMEHTsJT
There was a big demand for seats for
"Tho Wizard of Oz" at the Salt Lake
Theatre yesterday. Tho sales for tho iu-st
night and for the matinee wore especially
larpe. The engagement opens Thursday
"An Orphan's Prnyer" will be at tho
Grand Theatro Thursday night and tho
rest of tho week. The seat sale is now on.
Expert piano tuner ancl repairer. P. o.
ybox. 905. 'Phono Carstensen & Anson
SIMPLY DEFY DESCRIPTION.
Sanitary Conditions at Colon Are
WASHINGTON. Sept 13. A report re
ceived by the public health and marine
hospital service from Chief Sanitary Of
ficer Gorgos at Colon says that tho cen
sus of Colon now being computed will
show a population of from TOW to SO0O.
Tho population is steadily increasing, ow
ing to the arrivals of Jamaican and other
West Indian negroes on every steamer
from Jamaica and the South and Central
Tho report savs that lhosn immim.nr.t,
are allured to tho Isthmus of .Panama by
the prospect of work on tho canal and
sounds a note of warning that It will be a
year or more before. any largo number
of laborers will bo needed. Tho new
comers aro found easy victims of ma
The mport suys that tho permanent im
provement of Colon will be an engineer
ing feat of somo magnitude; that at this
season tho greater part of the town Is a
f??i!fVt0 Vhl,ch ' atlded Uic accumu
lation of rubbish and 111th of a popula-
llnoss""0 lndlTci'e,u ordinary clean
Some sections of tho town, according to
competent engineers, would have to be
llled ten feet to bring tho level to only
three feet abovo tldo water. The better
part of the town, except the railroad
property along tho water front. i.V ofll
clally pronounced "bad enough" with the
back yards under water, tho poo s of
fiBVant f"He. unc,cr th0 ,loors of oven
tho best buildings and tho lllthy cess
pools, while the sections whero tho mn-
.iw'l 01 ,u, ncuroaml native laborors
! lln,"lserabl0 a,nftcks bJU on stilts
above tho swamp, defy description.
The report refers to the crusado against
tho mosquito on the Isthmus, and adds -
I have been informed that ono of tho
worst localities Is Culobra, where the ac
tual work of excavating Is going on ami
that malarial fever Is particular prev
alent among tho laborers there. Hero ?hn
larvae aro found in all the pools and n ltd!
dies on the terraces In the cut, a vorv
significant fact when tho amount ot VZ
cavatlng to bo done is considered''
Militia Official Exonerated.
''TJjAIs"rA: Ga-' sPt- !S.-Governor TW
roll has received tho report of tho spates"
boro court of inquiry and upon the ilnd'
Ins of tho court has ordered a court
martial to tako up the case of.
Hitch. Lleuts. Moll. Grinncr. lorrfsoSnd
Cone. IJcut Mclntyro was cxoncratl
by tho report of tho court of Inquiry.
"For several years ' my Wlfe was
troubled with what physicians called
sick headache of a very severe charac
ter. She doctored with several emi
nent physicians and nt a great expense
only to grow worse until she was un
able to do any kind of work. About a
year ago she began talcing Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and
tpday weighs more than she ever did
before and is real well," Say3 Mr
George E. Wright of New London, New
York. For Bale by all leading drug,
Card of Thanks.
George Shoots desires to thank his manv
friends for tho sympathy oxhiblted nl
the asslstanco rendered during hla kito
bereavement To his many Icind vnolgh
bors. who were always willing o lend a
helping hand, and to those who so gencr
Sl2,.fonlrlbulcd opl'mdld Moral ortorl"gH
tlon. CXt0nda h,a h-lt appricfa:
lore Children Is
to ha Schools
Enrolled Number Is 12,422; an In- j
crenso of 806 Over Lnat Year.
Even greater than had been anticipated
was tho Increaso In registration In the
public schools of Salt Lake City. It had
been expected that thero would bo in tho
neighborhood of 100 or COO moro pupils than
there wero Inst year, but nono believed
that tho Increaso would run ovec SCO. In
11KW thorc wore 11.C1C ohlldrcn registered,
whllo thin j-ear thero aro 12,122, giving an
Increaso of SOS.
All day yesterday tho principals and
teachers in tho larger school buildings
wcro kept busy registering new students,
and Superintendent D. IT. Chrlstonsen
camo in for a hard day's work in look
ing after tho transferring of pupils from
ono school to anothor, so as to equal
ize tho strain on the different bulldlng3.
A largo number of puplla wcro transferred
from the Oquirrh to the Twelfth nnd tho
Lafayolto buildings, and a good many
from the Lowell and tho Union wero
taken to the Lafayette also. Mr. Chrls
tonson thinks everything has boon sat
Isfactorllv arranged and that thoro will
be but fow more changes Tho students
will havo to got down to active work to
day. Tho registration at each of the va
rious schools follows:
Oquirrh - ?l
Jordan '. ,- J
Training school 3-11
East Side High school 2Cw
Wost Side High school f-
Twelfth Vi IfS
Wobstor : - 816
Riverside t "W-
Emcrson . -18-1
TWO NOBLE-MEN IN ZI9N.
Thoy Came From, tho Austrian Court
and Aro Stopping at the Kenyon.
Two of Austria-Hungary's most dis
tinguished courtiers passed through
Salt Lako dty yesterday en route to
the St. Louis exposition. Both come
from families which were old when tho
TCIngdom of Hungary was ohe of the
most powerful of feudal monarchies.
The two men ore Le Baron Lajos PIret
de BIhain and Le Comte Georges Ka
rolyl. They spent a few hours in the
city, engaging rooms at the kenyon.
The Baron de BIhain is a type of the
Hungarlun nobleman. Tall and almost
swarthy in complexion, with jet black
hair and pointed black beard, his mag
nificent figure makes him imposing. He
Is a member of the court of the Emper
or, and, because of his lineage, he holds
a distinguished position among tho
Count Karolyl is also a member of
this same court. Both men wear deco
rations emblematic of their rank. Both
speak French fluently, as well as their
own language and German. They ex
pressed themselves as much Impressed
with Salt Lake City. They came here
from San Francisco, which city they
visited after crossing the Pacific from
the Orient. They will remain In St.
Louis for some lime, and will be among
the distinguished European guests in
Miss "Emily Rossburg, a graduate of
Kraus seminary, New York City, will
open a kindergarten In Unity hall, 140
Second East street. September 19. A
bus will curry children to and from
kindergarten. Miss Rossburg will bo
at Unity hall Friday from 3 to 5 o'clock
to enroll pupils.
New Clpths New Styles.
New cutting, goods selected person
ally by me In New York. Will work
them up better and cheaper than any
other tailor. J. Baumgarten, 122 Main
ITALIAN POLICE STAFF.
New Illovo to Investigate Crime in
' New York.
NEW YORK. Sept 13. To curb and in
vestigate crime In the Italian districts of
Now York. Pollco Commissioner McAdoo
today announced the establishment of an
Italian pollco staff under tho dlrectiotf-or
Dotoctlvc-Sergt. Petroslni. The plan-an
entirely now ono in any section of this
country-provides for the gathering of all
the Italians on the New York polico forco
into, a quasl-detectivo contingent, whoso
work will bo confined to the Italian dis
tricts. In commenting, on pollco matters gen
erally, tno Commissioner Intimated that
there would bo a far-reaching shake-up
In tho department within a few days
SUFFERING FROM DROUGHT.
Crops in Whole Heart of Europe Are
. BOSTON. Sept. 13.-A report of tho
American board from Rev. J. s. Portor
Its missionary in Schemmcl. Bohemia,'
states that , tho wholo hoart of Eurone
In tho memory "of anyone Uvlnf.pX:
toes and many other crops" are a failure
The sugar-boot crops aro so lhiht th
!hlsneaUrParThe.CtS ,wlU & opeffi
slacks' nsleSrsho been' ab.e
move. Mills and factorlea stan"d?o nd
Well-Known Scientist Dead
ho' cSltur0olot',0d,,CC' ,n con" ry
n brlnriS" tiio "in iV'0!8 and suoceedcd
slatorl1am1aCll1gu3etry l tt PCrfGCtCd
Break in Peace- Negotiations.
Governmcnta3. SS,1? Argentine
connrmatlon of'treport ,C1 l Ucit
J. McGregor J
With lur J
He fViay Also ge (,, I
Who Assaulted, I
Woman, j fj
Has Served Sovoral Tonus
Jail for Minor oJtH
' fenses. ImI
' In tho parson of Jame8 lfcjH
commonly, known as "Scotm
bellovo they have the r-.T M
sponolblo for sovoral wJJS
beon committed hero of huH
was picked up ytcrday
"West Tomplo street by Pifcftt
branson and will bo held wSft
Suspected of Hany Jl
The arrested man answenSK
tlon of tho nuu-auderwhojiJ2lF
man on West Tcmplo Etrt'v30
In an effort to breik bt7S
house. An effort wil I b.',?
him Idcntlllod. He Is aLW
having broken Into the v55H
market ,tnd tho Union $M
Snatched Vial of HcniH
McGregor Is .-v 'Mop' flt-fM
under the Influence of Ufc5,
snatched a vial contwilncSSfti
the hands of a clerk In c2S5
store and attempted to cct
lit- has served several Unu?
prison, and on ono ocostel M
prlved of his "dope," atiejJli
Jailor Kimball. Wim
COLECTEOR HAS TBOtSj
Found Money Tight in SsHLj
Became So EInistW!
Inability to collect ctrujii
money that wore coming to ik
John Harrington, a miner, toi.
the city prison for a period tf'ii
At least, thla was the pltts-i
defendant wh-n broiiem m
Dlehl yesterday afternoon, ji
'Harrington stated to tited
came to this eltv from ESa
days ago to collect ooma r.v
hlblted several promtoory k
evidence of tho "voracity of hit
"Tho men who owed me thf-a
Honor, wouldn't pay mc, azlui
cash myself I was obliged a
-saloon. The officer found ai
hero 1 am charged with tatrir
'"You look like an hone-sto-;
Judge Dlehl, "but you tsTti
uppoarance that Betms la b
caused by an over-Indulge-;-j
thirst cures. I believe tfii'jK?
better luck with your coi!fc
got thoroughly sobereil cp,l
you in jail for ten days rata
Harrington mumbled BEstti
collections being poor in Mtb
j was hustled away to the "baas
ho will rest until he Is over tit
Police PicMagJ. g
II. Borrman, proprlelor of is
the corner f West Tesple a
South streets, was arrutri ?
afternoon on a warrant tbtf ff
with having obstructed tfct ti
interior of his plao of Iciiyal n
day. I-Io will answer to ttfi
Police court t'lis afternoon. '
Ralph Douglas, wanted f In 1
Murray, was arr- cUd at Txd f.
yesterday and will probata U! l
back by Deputy Sheriff BcSiJ
den. ! t
Before Judge DIohl yfctdijii
II. G. Barnett was lined P feci (it
nees anu iu ror aisuiro.- -rmz.
Prank Ball was assessed P
Ing the peace and fl5 for l:!icrV
an officer. Theso wore tiff IVM?
fought Ofikor Spcrrj at lwi
last Saturday night W1
DUEL WITH $H0TG1
Pnstor and Layman Ara
COLUMBUS, Miss., Sept. 1W
with shotguns about e!fi-V & S
this city today. Rev E. Ji. !
aged -10 years, shot John Hirft l
of age. in the stomach. i
tho latter is despaired of. i gi
hanso received a charge c
side, but Is not seriouriy Kg Jt
cause of the shooting Is unWJ
men are widely known. Bey. i
is detained at the Jail In thatS; tg
HOPELESS FHOHFUj g
Sovoral Hundred People la
Presidio, Tet V
MARFA, Tcs..J3ept.ll-XlKj Jjj
from Presidio regarding t!w t
tlon there Is to the effect: ,
remains except tho Catholic jjjj
Is located about a mile 1 or r,
river. Tho people are htrdfJ w
a hillside, and many of iwa, 1
of tho neccssark-s f" 'f: vj-a e
and eighty-six aro v""0"' JTi W
ahlo to provido for thelrjey
Colorado Situation Kt
- INDIANAPOLIS, Hid ., S ml
Garrison of Denver, renrt.
Western Federation of
, the convention of the In ro
of Brewery workers tod
tho situation in tolortdo feMftl
tho association for the Jfl
moral support which n,a" .vSeiI.,M
minors by tho brtweryn.j$-'1
Paying Cuban Veift46f(
HAVANA. Sept. 5
has docreed that f?.l
the amounts due revolo"
shall begin on October J- -j
of tho 5.M0.OW lot n tHl
of tho recorded clolms, ' Wtl
I American Court on C4jJ)il
COLON. Sept la-JUJ?! ,
yesterday opened tho""' fwV;
In the Panama canal ? pW. "
Attorney Kecdy Ya,aL8rfrf!B$
R. Shnnton. captain of r' -S,
zone, acted as marshOJ mt
MUKDEN. Sept ""iitfCJRS:
is within twenty-one mji
Thorc Is no indication 01 Mtti