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-v TEAL ESTATE.
;iS hWlrcd down and
nV payments. Call and
Oif.TTCu pa.' modern o-f-niicMlty.
0 f front Nearly, new
& tSigatlng. No. 27o
W'HousV?or $1000; terms
"hfii' 5 ft1?1 rSiStU 8t.. owned by
h-rUes us to sell im-
W modern, nearly new
Wi45 Terms. Look fit
Jti- iif T-room modern brick.
0S t3gc near University.
a.?.Dr, it Is nice No. -IS
Srn brick, with ft.r-
;,vJ California owner.
9 down, payments same
rmc build lng lot. 3rd
T y":rJ,,i. nf lh So. Owner
4 rtrw -t once. Only
AJfot ;f J it ff ravi) building lots on
S!fcl V5h Vw-r. for S750 to
!:7, m Can make easy
fia c-m Lake la Improving
Ltru or tmo to buy. Soon
-".t-Tl W h,vc hundreds',
'.'Ctf Vi secured elso-
V, t,' Wn-ri'Jents represent
"Si! 1 -ly Sme of them are
-A ijj tr) Maiajst
r?':' GnBATEST REAL
P t? Cromer. 55 B.iS
-4! IjDEKN' BRICK, 11TH E.
t! brio,!;. Cast bench. J2SM.
1" 'Vln frame. I St.. S2S00.
' aii W and 9th S.. S1150.
- 2? Rio Gnn.lc shops. $900.
4! fci Vlcl:, If o Grr.dc shops.
bj Ifcr c" 75 W 2"d S" blS1
irfttU-S TUTS TOEK.
1 S a brlr-U. $250 cash.
ffi 51&0. S1W cash. ?15
' b)n t wfr,? your money
i-tea yea cm buy on theso
JJ 7? W. 2nd So, b!70
JlAi1 'iyi s.l Interest you:
a ast end 2nd South on
Ji r ' , -rooii. brick, modern,
H Unt bare, part cash,
jS S 'ratr. st 2nd North.
Ji k3 trick, itn South and 9th
fi! r ii ci5h. balanco $20 per
a! S a. brick. Ctn South-Sth East;
at k-ilanec $li yer month.
UlvCl a"n' -ini frame. SUi East
T.'j! Ite best b-u-galn In tho
LsBTtsNl brli k. strictly mod-
3 lj ar; sih Ea3t-Tth South. Easy
ill asbrce ILst. We can suit
"r: i Lt t.idQuarters for business
iyi Manascr blS
. J HOUSTON
LEAL ESTATE INV. CO.
bt I' nil-)' Go"1 Wcst sido ,0-
, sisiidng west on Tlh West, near
EK" c; L3" CT!,n payment, easy
ii ; JWOCO.
i MhLlIir.c sue In Waterloo dls-
1 : f'tow.
a cwTfrrn. br. cottage. v;Ith pan
w. :jir. lights and water In
,:i lit(l and Jth Eost and Cth
- jjISx jrfl.CO cash; easy monthly
w rate Int.
' :icco co.
'ATi wn' p.ealstate IKV. CO..
-I S!)-ACRB CHIfKEN RANCH.
Y Kecked, for only SUM.
'tj, (h-.t ranch. acres, for S5000.
lT'ih 'ferity property
jng ibJ. brick, lot 40xlDO. lawn,
-a R ca easy terras.
jjjTi iVltk, 5 lots, fmlt, llowlng well.
,3 h, 'tux terms.
"I. x c " ouymrj uiis -iv-finest
place for fruit In
Uq tell you about It.
;i75 4 a RICHTER HO.. R. 4. over
tfli! Miltrf. Hello 1117-K. blC7
KTTAKTTHBM any CHEAP-
ULr ,l57 brick In nlco ahapo.
KZg) kWooivn. rt-at easy; prlco 51C00.
nil if-wiUi barn, and It's only
rtsff 1 "nc. neat and cosy G-room
mfc! tcs ebipo. and only S11M.
A2531411 s?liool. a fine buy In a
ijii crn. shade, etc., only
Jn-i 'ft fine homes on Brlgham St.,
if' iVX elc- SZM or loss.
HXAPS to GIVE AWAY.
jk! 2nd So., 'phones 7C0.
9 sAEGAIK OFFERINGS NOT
ji 2 V y will take the trouble to
, sal i Wlowlns
. and 1Cth East. 5-room
Ti' e11 I)Ul "l. IJth,
b' lot Mxll feet to alley,
Si 'lnd f,u" trees. and can
ta .,lmbl0 terms for $1SX.
r;Ctlr ,i lh,?5- a well-built C-room
M ul ,Vols ouBt to .bring 2W0.
1 5 :i . .
ttrit'13 Wll splendid 5-room
fj n rcasonablo terms,
LU,C .f"roorn fu" 2-story, up-to-
'1 br,ck wIUl barn' 101
h' ftr5iand "ew rnoderr. 2-
-JR fec-r 101 2.4xCVi rods.
11 Sri F' r month.
Bli5 S fM;r 5,h Soul''' splendid 5-
'II ti w-t , lot 2VixlO rods, easy
,t,l fi jutlaKe- lot 3x10 rod9. "o-
i1 'j&Mrl'o'10"1110 resldonce. cor-
3i W S1uln- hardwood finish.
ft r, J1 cost JT500 10 bHd the
3i rbj??!5' 5o. Wjll sen it for
5f nfu.r 1I'0ther place.
.Jfl Sv- 1 ?;TO,)m moil. 2-story
I 'tttif,? E:isl 2nu South St..
aS wl ion, wal.near ut Soulh-
fM t East nenr 3l'd South.
! Sficl H Mods from postorQce.
Jpji fe' 15 West 3gi south at.: both '
!S J -rJ 01 a "toady monthly
'ifS 1 (Mlh' viJ11' ?,ven-room framo
"W-cVS' bup,?y Bned' lron
rt of (i car "ne. In south
rlCr, 'h,l"wn- fr 51700.00. and
Kht nil Pr '""th Installments.
3 '11 1' V. lr,nior 1Ivnc expenses.
'Kn'fta1! ?3TATB CO"
IOan brokers. 251 Main.
rt LlUr?,llUon- Jt repainted,
J. m Mr Hnc- Great bar-
nil tilt pr So.. J2100.
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I Trstane's Ogdcn Boreaol
$ 2486 WASHINGTON AVE. TELEPHONE 111. 8
Hi Advertising Rates Furnished on Application.
AT THE HEaLY
U'hcn you come to Ogden, oppoolto ho
Union depot. Tho celebrated Ostorrnoor
!t?lt roattresn;p In every room. Samplo
ooms anil caf in ccnnectlon.
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MONEY TO LOAN.
HOUSES TO RENT.
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Hi HeaSy Mouse Safe.
Under new management First class In
cvory respect. Courteous treatment
Lunches put up to order.
J JENSEN & CO.. PROP.
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H NATURAL LITITIA WATER.
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? Oguen'a llr.es: cafo. lamp's oeor oa
? draught Washington Ave.
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W. D. BLOSSElt J. L. BLOSSER.
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LITTLE CHILD'S MARROW
, ESCAPE FROM DEATH
Special to The Tribune.
LEHI. Utah. Oct. 2. Tho nlne-months'-old
baby of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howard
had a narrow escape Friday. Mrs. How
ard had left tho little ono asleep and
went to a neighbor's for a few minutes.
When she returned the house was on
fire and the child's hair was blazing. Tho
"mother saved her child from Injury, hut
a part of tho house was destroyed, re
sulting in a loss of about $200. The fire
department made a quick run or the cot
tage would havo been a total loss.
The bombarding of the duck hunters
yesterday about daybreak below town
sounded like the continuous roar of a
Hotchklss cannonade, and somo big rec
ords vero made by the local nlmrods.
William J. Gurney. while working In
the sugar factory Friday, had the mis
fortune to get a sharp piece of stoe.1 In
his left eye. He went to Salt Lake City
immediately, but an effort to extract the
iron resulted In it falling Into tho cen
ter of the oveball. It was discovered that
Salt Lake City had no magnet of suffi
cient strength to extract the object, and
one has been orderod by telegraph. It
will be here tomorrow and It Is thought
a successful operation may bo performed
in - I l. lnoc nf thin olr-ll I
The wifo of Harry Saddler died very
suddenly vesterday of what was thought
to bo nevltonltls. The case developed
very suddenly and It was intended to tike
her to Salt Lake City to undnrgo an op
eration, but the case developed so rapidly
that this was impossible, and she paesed
away about noon. Mrs. Saddler was for
merly Miss Edith Davis and was a mem
ber of ono of the oldest and most promi
nent families of thoclty.
Mr T. F. English of Wllla rd Is visit
ing her parents. Mr. and Mm. George Con
ner. ' Trying for Moro "Water.
Special to The Tribune.
PLEASATCT GROVE. Utah, Oct. 2.
Tho city fathers are keeping steadily at
work a number of men In American Fork
canyon for tho purpose of Increasing the
water supply for Irrigation.
The fruit crop here this season was im
mense. There has already ben shipped
East ten or twelve cars of peachos and
pcTra. and there will probably bo six or
ciKht more cars of those varieties shipped
tivn or three cars of prunes. . There
are at least thirty cars of marketable
apples at this place ready to be shipped
a little later.
C F Westphall returned today from
tho St." Louis fair and reports an enjoy
able time. , , '
C T3. Harper and wife have gone to St.
Louis. f 0 e
Largo crowds will visit Salt Lake from
hero during conference.
Work hop commenced on the ward
mectinK-house.i It Is reported that tho
building will cost fully J15.00J when com
pleted" It is an elegant structure.
Dowager Empress at Copenhagen.
COPENHAGEN. Oct. 2. The Dowager
Empress of Russia. Maria Feodcrovna. ar
rived here this afternoon. Thu royal fam
ily of Denmark and Queen Alexandra of
Groat Britain met her at the station.
There is no Schilling's
Bcdt not in packages, "air
RED BUTTE STONE; DELIVERED.
HO per cord; at quarry H per cord.
Brown's Stono Co., Io. 11 L. lot fao..
55.00. ono month only. 21o East 2nd South
Phone 11C7-Y. aJ31
SLITS TO ORDER. J15 UP. FIT GUAR
anteed. Sorcnson & Larson, Ik W. -nd
i-'OUND DEAD IN JAIL
AFTER GOING ONSPREE
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Oct. 2 Isaac Sloan, alias
Isaac Strong, was found dvad in his cell
at tho city Jail this morning. The body
was removed to tin.- Larkln's undertaking
parlors to be prepnrcd for burialj Sloan,
or titrong, was picked up by Detuctlv
Pender at the postolllcc in an advanced
stage of Intoxication and taken to the
police station at Sloan's own request.
Phis niornlnk ho was found dead, evi
dently from heart trouble. '
In his pockets were several letters ad
dressed to Isaac Sloan, and written by a
woman who signed her name as Mrs.
Lgelsion. and whose address is 3701 Hum
bolt street Denver. A notebook was alao
found with the name of Woodruff Sta
tionery company, Suit Lake, on the In
side of tho cover. V
An effort will be made to reach the
Ethel Graham of the Western Union
Telegraph company. Salt Lake, wua in
The Union Pacific railroad campany has
reported to tho police the theft of 500
i cigars from a merchandise car in the
1 Ogden yards,
j Frank C. Sharp, postofClce inspector, has
! gone to Denver where he will take charge
of the Denver division. This includes all
of the Rocky Mountain States during tho
absence of tho chief Inspector.
The funeral of George Walker was held
at the First Ward meeting-house today.
The speakers were John Plnock, Joseph
Parry, Fred Foulger and Bishop Ensign.
The burial took place at tho city cemetery.
Special to The Tribune.
AMERICAN FORK, Oct. 2. Tho local
sports found a great many ducks yes
terday. Tho numbers of ducks seem to
oxeced former years. Tho booming of
shotguns yesterday from tho lake and
duck ponds was almost constant. Today
found the hunters out in force, being a
favorite day for suoh sport
Enrl Dunkloy of the San Padro, Los
Angeles & Salt Lake railway, of
Salt Lake City. Is spending a short time
with his mother.
H. W. Owens, one of tho pioneers of
American Fork canyon, was in town dur
ing tho week looking up his mining in
terests In this district. Mr. Owens is- in
terested in the North Star and Milkmaid
mines, the former of which produced
about SlO.OCt) in high-grade ore for him In
early daxs. Mr. Owens Is a mining ox
pert, tracing veins being hH upecialty.
In apeaklng of this district, ho says:
"American Fork canyon will some day
be one of the famous camps of Utah."
Ho claims that tho veins which havo made
Park City famous will be found in gvoater
bodies In American Fork canyon, and that
the ennvou needs but one big strike of
good shipping ore to glvo confidence to
the many capitalists who are watching
the progress of different mines in the
ennyon which, he says. have, only been
prospected to the grass roQts.
The cities of American Fork, Lehi and
Pleasant Grove are to bogln work this
week on the construction of the Silver
Lake reservoir. In American Fork can
von. The lake has a surfaco area of ten
acres. The outlet will be cut down flftocn
feet and this depth of water drawn off
during tho Irrigating season. Tho pipes
for the outlet will be of iron and the
dam of cement. Tho allied Irrigating
companies will also tunnel into some
Creek with the idea of increasing the
outflow. If the above proposition can bo
successfully carried to completion, thorc
is no question that It will be of an ex
ceedingly great benefit to American Fork,
from the fact that a percentage of the
crops each year Is lost because of Insuf
ficient water. This condition also has
been the cause of , many American loric
citizens migrating 'to Idaho. Canada and
other northern points.
C L. Joy. local photographer, who left
last week for the World's fair, w 1 also
attend the photographers' convention of
America, which will bo held In Chicago.
' Apostles Francl3 Lyman and John
Henry Smith of Salt Lako City were in
American Fork yesterday.
W S. Greenwood of this place and M1S3
Sadlo Cullenmoro of Lindon will marry
on tho 10th.
The Woman's Republican club mot last
evening In the new city hall for orgnnl
ratlon A largo attendance was had and
enthusiastic speeches were made, encour
aging the members to help roll up a
large majority for Roosevelt and Fair
Lni;, Mrs. Martha Houston was chosen
president of the organization, ana lour
v ce-presidents were elected: Mrs. George
Dallln. Mrs. Nephi Elsmore. Airs. Annie
E I UBar.l and Mrs. Ada Wooton. Thoy
chose un as executive committee Mrs.
C M Beck, chairman; Mrs .William Ker
shaw of district No. 1: Mrs. Caroline M 1
w district No. 2; Mrs. Alice Campbell,
district No. 3; Mrs. Alice T. Steele, dis
trict No Mia MaUlo Cannon was
elected secretary and Mrs. Nan Chlpman
treasurer. Outlines were prepared for a
wrv Successful fall In campaiRn work.
This is the first thoroughly organ zed la
dles' club American Fork has had.
William Strong, ono of Alpine's oldest
cltfcens and early settlers, died yesterday
..f.nerjil debility. He was well ad
vanccd Years, bclns near SO. For the
nast year he had been a great jmrferor.
?fc ? Iwivch a large family. The funeral
win he held Tuesday afternoon at 1
Mrs T E. Steele and mother. Mrs.
ii!..f'T Steele, who havo been upending
U a mi three weeks visiting the World's
fair, returned home last evening.
' The family of John II. Davis has been
aunrantlned for diphtheria, one of tho
Small children being affected.
COURT CALENDAR. -V
jf. Cases Set for Today.
. DISTRICT COURT. -
Division No. l.-Jtidgo JIall. -f
i smith et al. vs. Robertson.
Division No. 2.-Judgo Stownrt.
Dr. J. Boattlo vs. Samuel C.
Jr , Bywatcr & Groo. garnishee.
Division No. 2.-Judgo Morse.
Resetting of cnxos.
Jr Division No. 3. Judge Lowls.
X Petition of William Bowers for
1 writ of habeas corpus. ,
J CITY COURT.
Civil Division-Judge Tanner.
Pine vb. Craft.
Try Council Liquor House for wine
and liquor Lowest prices and first
class goods. 10 E. 1st So. st.
" C. BONETTI, Pxopr,
TRUSTEES HAVE MEETING
Special to The Tribune. ,
LOGAN, Oct. 2, Trustees of tho Agri
cultural college met yesterday at Logan.
Prof. Austlne was appointed1 college
auditor in place of James Dryden, re
signed. Prof, Hutt's resignation as pro
fessor of horticulture was accepted and
the president was authorized to engage a
successor. Prof. Ilutt goes to tho Agri
cultural college of Maryland. Contract
for furnishing light for five years was
awarded the Telluride Power company
over the Logan Power company, its only
A reception was tendered the students
and members of Ihe board and Invited
guests last evening by the faculty. A
programme, consisting; of songs, recita
tions and Instrumental selections was
rendered. Addresses, were made by
President Kerr, President McCornlck and
Trustee Evan R. Owen. After tho pro
gramme was rendered all repaired to tho
library, where games and social Inter
Course was the order. An excellent
luncheon was served In adjoining rooms,
and at midnight nil departed for home,
having enjoyed a most pleasant evening.
The student body at tho Agricultural
college this year outnumbers that of any
preceding year, the registration now be
ing between 400 and 00. The institution
Is a veritable hive of active student life,
and this year will undoubtedly bo the
most successful In Its history.
DANGER FROM PNEUMONIA.
Believed to Bo Hanging Over All
Some Timely Suggestions.
Pneumonia is the despair of the med
ical profession. While the death rate
from many other diseases has been re
duced, that of pneumonia has steadily
Not only is there no specific for pneu
monia, but many people are to an ex
tent m me incipient stages ol tne uis
ease without knowing It. This is due
to the fact that the bacterium of the
disease exists so commonly in the sa
liva of many healthy persons that it is
considered "almost a normal inhabi
tant of the upper part of the digest
But there are certain rules of living
which will reduce one's liability to the
.disease. From the bulletins of the
health department and from other au
thoritative 'sources the following rules
may be set down for observance:
Do not overheat the house. Most
people habitually dwell in apartments
the temperature of which is from three
to ten degrees too high.
"Wear lij?ht underwear and heavy
overcoats rather than heavy underwear
and light overcoats.
Avoid mingling with crowds when
extremely tired or when food has not
been taken for a longer interval than
usual. Avoid becoming chilled when
. Admit to all rooms where you live
and work plenty -of sunlight and fresh
Keep warm when Indoors even If It
is necessary to build fires in seasons
when it Is unusual to do so. Avoid In
door chill and dampness as much as
possible. For this reason be careful
to remote the chill before moving Into
apartments freshly papered or calcl
mlned. , ,
Be careful during variable weather.
Where there is continual cold or con
stant warmth the disease Is little
If you have an attack of the grippe
be unusually careful about your diet
and exnoslng yourself to the weather.
Neglected colds develop Into pneumo
nia with startling rapidity.
Take plenty of exercise In the sun
light and fresh air. As good nursing'
Is practically the only euro for pneu
monia, so good living Is practically the
Bcs ro tho 3 Yoa to Alw's B3B
DOWIE'S DOCTRINE WRECKS.
Woman Appeals to Courts to Prevent
Being Made an Outcast.
NEW YORK. Oct. 2. "John Alexan
der Dowle and his doctrines have
wrecked hundreds of homes here In
Now York," declared Mrs. Bertha
Holrle, of Np. 34 Grove street, whose
homo would have been broken up. she
says, but for her courage In hauling her
husband before Magistrate Pool, In Jef
ferson Market court.
"He threatens to abandon me unless
I givo up Methodism nnd become a
Dowlelte," said Mrs. Heirle. ,
"I'll commit him to have his sanity
looked Into," said the magistrate.
Then Heirle wilted nnd promised not
to be so zeolous. and Mrs. Holrle
begged that another chance be given
"Take him home." said the magis
trate, "but If ho breaks out again
bring him here and I'll send him to the
Bellevue psycopathlc ward."
"I am sorry hundreds of other wives
have not had the courage to do as I
did," said Mrs. Heirle. "People think
Dowlo didn't make much headway here,
but he found a lot of converts. His
lnlluence over those who adopt his be
lief la hypnotic. And wherever he
gathered In a young or useful man hla
agents here have tried to Induce the
convert to break up house and go to
Zion City to work for Dowle.
"When wives were not willing to fol
low their husbands, Ihu homes wore
broken up. I have heard of dozens of
"Dowlo Is an Impostor, but I am
sorry my husband has a different view
of him. 13ut I will not say anything
against my husband. We havo patched
up our trouble and I only hope this pub
licity will not hurt his buslnoas Inter
ests. He Is still a Dowlelte, and when
neighbors came in to sympathize with
mo he handed them out a bunch of
tracts. But he will not go to Zlon."
NO MORE DANDRUFF.
Newbro's Herplcido Destroys the
Pestiferous Cause of Annoying
Does your head Itch? Is your coat
dress full of while flakes after dressL-is
your hair? Thai's the effect of dandruff
Is your hair thinnlngV Are you begin
ning to got bald In spots? Are you al
ready, in fact, rapidly becoming bnld? 1:
co, that In the effect of meas'.y llttlr
parasite that burrows In at the root of tin
hair, nnd throws up Hie scalp In dandrufl
und caU off the hair at the root. Sci
ence's Intent discovery Is a destroyer oi j
that pestiferous germ. That doslroyer If.
contained la no other hair procuration on
earth but Ncwbro'3 Herp'cldc Trv p,
end bo comincfd A dtHi' iml die Hr t
Sold by hndlnf drur, h'J. Srnrt in; 1?
Btamps for sample to The llaplcldo Co,
New York WomanTells
How She Visited Salt Lake
and Went to the Taber
Handsome Elder Showed Her Many
Attentions Which She Did Not
j Decline. ,
NEW YORK, Oct. 2. "Mormons aro tho
most Infernally clever, subtle, attractive
peoplo In tho world when you meet tho
best of them." declared Mrs. Maria Weed,
an agent of tho Interdenominational
council, at an anti-Mormon meeting yes
terday, at the homo of Mrs. Emllle D.
"You people In the East fancy that all
Mormons are Ignorant, that they show
the cloven foot, tho brazen heel and the
horns, but this Isn't so," continued Mrs.
Weed. "They make U6e of thp Ignorant,
of course. They will take a man who
cannot read or wrlto and set him to
turning sods, but they adopt every means
and use every kind of material.
"If they Judge that tho Gentile can be
gained by Thcosophy, thoy use Theosophy
upon him. If through metaphysical argu
j mont, they employ metaphysics.
"They havo missionaries working right
hero in New York who aro quite as adroit
as any in Salt Lake City. Collcse-bred
women who go out there fall before their
attacks like other women.
"I know a nurse a charming, cultured
girl who was converted to Mormontem
in two weeks. In spite of all tho efforts
that were made to save her. Sho Is now
one of their most able speakers.
"Their women missionaries are nearly
all converts. Mormons aro to bo found
In all colleges and schools, and there l?n't
a girl In a co-educatlonal collego today
who won't find young Mormons there, too.
because tho Mormons give their support
to the best. In one year at Ann Arbor
three out of five prizes In oratory were
captured by Mormon members of the
In the course of a brilliant and highly
dramatic talk Mrs. Weed told the story
of a "Mormon elder's efforts to convert
her to tho tenets of the Latter-day Saints.
She said she had gone to Salt Lake City
after tho death of her husband with the.
determination to readjust herself to a
new order, and It was In this mood that
she first went to one of the morning con
certs at the Tabernacle.
"Wonderful Sacred Music.
"They have the most wonderful music
there every Wednesday and Saturday
morning. Although each recital costs $35
or $10. they think them worth while, be
cause they attract tourists and give tho
opportunity for dismissing each with a
lltllo card In his vest pocket containing
seme of the precepts of Mormonlsm. On
one side of the card it will say. 'It is
ersler to profess Christianity than to llvo
U.' and on the other there will bo a
quotation from Emerson, or mnybo Car
lyle. There Isn't anything In the whole
of It that the most fastidious could ob
ject to. '
"When the tourist Is far away -he will
say. 'Oh. there's that little card.' and
he'll take It out and read It, and he'll
como to the conclusion that Mormonlsm
can't be so bad, after all, If that Is what
"Thoso Salt Lako City people sing the
'Hallelujah' chorus as wo hero sing tho
Doxology. without the score. Thoy sing
it magnificently. Something In the air
makes tho tenors' voices peculiarly
strong and resonant, nnd It Is always tho
tenors that aro weak In It."
Visited by Handsome Elder.
Mrs. Weed told how at her first visit
a handsome and olegant elder had played
tho part of host with consummate cour
tesy and i:raco. Had sho enjoyed the
music? Would she come again? Sho was
musical, perhaps? Ho would count It
such a privilege to toll her a little about
the doctrines of the Latter-day Saints,
etc.. etc. It was lmposslblo to elude him.
Ho sent her Mormon literature. He called
on her at her hotel. He Insisted on drag
ging her Into long, arguments. A less
resolute will, a more unsuspecting mind
must surely have been ensnared.
All this time Mrs. Weed was studying
Mormonlsm deeply. On the ono hand sho .
was rending the history and doctrlno of
the church widely, having access to a
friend's library, and on tho other she
was experiencing at first hand the wiles
of the church In its determination to
mako ono more convert.
"Ho was so snnkoy. so sneaky, so
dovlous. I called him Beelzebub," said
Mrs. Weed. "Yet he was never anything
but the courtly, earnest, high-minded
gentleman. lie led mo to tho heights of
heaven. I felt my utter Impoverishment
In the matter of equipment. I felt I had
no scientific reason for the faith that was
Advent of New Boarder.
Mrs. Weed's study of Latter-day Salnt
Ism was greatly expedited by the advent
of ft new boarder to the hotel whero she
was staying. Mrs. Weed thought hor
aggressive, unpleasant, and snubbed her
accordingly- What was her surprise at
tho next Tabernacle concert .to seo this
strange woman looklns over tho same
hymn book with tho handsome elder.
"How did you feel to seo mo singing
with vour older?" she asked Mrs. Weed,
when "they met at the table.
"Uo Isn't mv eldor I don t know him,
retorted Mrs. Weed.
"Ho said he knew you very well," was
tho rcplv. with a quizzical little smile.
Something In tho woman's mannor gavo
"I know what you aro you're a detec
tive," cried Mrs, Weed.
And she was. She had come to Salt
Lako City for tho express purpose of be
ing converted to Mormonlsm. so that sho
could make a detailed report of means
and methods to somo Gentiles.
Left tho Door Ajar.
"Our rooms adjoined," said the lecturer,
"and thereafter wo exchanged notes.
When tho Mormon elders nnd slstors used
to como to her room by some chance the
door between was always ajnr. so I could
hear overy word. Ono night sho said; 'In
order to prove polygamy, I must get tho
eldor to propose to me.' At tho next
Interview the elder, who already had two
wives, asked hor to marry him.
" 'But. he stipulated, 'you must first be
baptized a Mormon." "
Thov arranged that she should bo bap
tized the following afternoon. That night
sho appeared al Mrs. Weed's door.
"Good-bye." sho ald, choking with
laughter. "I'm off. I've got everything I
want. I'm to be baptized tomorrow and
married to Elder In a day or two.
Ilo mada his two wives Invite me to. ten.
1 don't caro to slay on any longor. They
might suspect something. By the lime my
buptism Is due 1 shall be miles away."
"That eldor was subsequently re
movod." snld Mrs. Weed. "They said he
talked too much.
"I don't believe thoro is a Mormon on
tho earth who Isn't polygamous from the
crown of his head to the sole of his ftei."
sho said, In ronclunl n. "They hivr Riven
it up, but th h io only done o by n i
son of 'unj i' t f of rr..m ntnl prer nireV as
Ihcitul one of Hum express it."
Those Worthy la
Visit With Royalty
American High Society Limited to
Only 177 Families Considered
of Proper Quality. i
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 2.-S0mcthlng
new In tho way of an executioner of so
cial aspirants has appeared in the person
of R. G. Ponsony Carcw-Polo of London,
who says he Is secretary of a committee
of genealogical research for a college of
heralds, which has uikcn upon itself to
decldo what American families aro fit to
be introduced to royalty. .
Only 177 families In tho wholo country
are on the list. Following is the sacred
Abbott of Boston; Aldlge, New Orleans;
Adams, Amory and Appleton. Boston;
Anderson, Cincinnati; Asplnwall. New
York; Agassis, Boston; Alexander, Ken
tucky; Astor, New York.
Ballard, .Kentucky, Byrd. Virginia;
Bonaparte, Washington; Bell, Kentucky;
Bruce, Virginia; Brcckinrldgo, Kentucky;
Blair. Wnsnlngton; Beokman. Now York;
Blddle, Philadelphia; Bland. Virginia;
Bullitt. Philadelphia; Bienville, New Or
leans; Blgclow and Burden, New York.
Cadwalader. Philadelphia. Caton. Chi
cago; Capdevleilo. Now Orleans; Cowles.
Chicago; Cabot, Boston; Castlenjan. Ken
tucky; Codroan nnd CooIIdgc, Eoston;
Christy, St. Louis; Clay. Kentucky;. Cas
tellanos, Now Orleans; Cushlng, Doston;
Clark. Virginia; Churchill, Louisville;
Carter. Virginia, Crittenden. Kentucky;
Dana. New York; Dandrldgc, Cincin
nati; Do Forest. New York; Dcnegre,
Now Orleans; Dudley. Kentucky; Dela
field. New York; Drayton, Philadelphia;
Do Koven, Washington; Dexter. Boston;
Duke. Kentucky; De Puystor, Now York;
Drexol, Philadelphia; Duer, New York;
Dufour, New Orleans; Devorcux, Phila
delphia. Endlcott. Massachusetts; Ersklne, Chi
cago; Elliott. Boston; Evarts. New York;
Fish, Now York; Fairfax. Maryland;
T..llnnk.....AT VTri. Turiiav K'ltvriAv.t
Philadelphia; Fltz Hugh, Virginia; Far
rar. St. Louis.
Gallatin, New York; Gamble. Kentucky;
Garrison. New York; Grlswold, New
York; Gordon. Georgia; Griscom, Phila
delphia; Goodloe. Kentucky: Gerry, New
York; Goelot, New York; Gibson, Ken
tucky. Ilarrlman. New York; Hlgglnson. Bos
ton; Honore. Chicago; llunnewell, Bos
ton; Harlan. Kentucky; Houghtelllng,
Chicago; Harrison, Virginia.
I sham, Chicago.
Jerome, New York: Johnston, Virginia;
Jackson. Tennessee; Jay, Now York;
Lathrop. Chicago; De Moyne. Chicago;
Letcher. Virginia: Logan. Virginia; Long
worth, Cincinnati: Lanhorne. Virginia;
Lloyd, Maryland: Igendrc Now Orleans:
Lee, Virginia; Llpplncott, Philadelphia;
Loeoul. Now Orleans; Lawrence, Boston:
Livingstone. New York; Lodge. Massa
chusetts; Le Sassier, Now Orleans; Low
ell. Boston; Lothrop, Boston.
McCormlck. Chicago; McDowell. A Ir
glnla; MacVeagh. Chicago: McCluer. Vir
ginia; Mulr. Kentucky. Minor. Virginia;
Murray. Virginia; Mills. Now York: Mar
shall, Virginia; MInot, Boston: Mortimer.
New York; Motley. Boston; Meredith.
Boston; Mott, New York; McTavish,
Otis. New York. , ,
Page, Virginia; Palmer. Chicago: Polk.
Tennessee; Preston. Kentucky; Peabodyl
New York; Pendleton. Cincinnati; Patter
son. Chicago; PInckney and Pringle,
Rhlnelander. New York; Rumsey. Chi
cago; Roosevelt. New "iork; Rcvllo.
Woodstock; Rutlodgo. South Carolina;
Randolph. Virginia; Ronalds, New ork;
Remson, New York, Rotors. Kentucky.
Stuyvesaut. New York; Siwcd, Ken
tucky; Snowden. Philadelphia; Sempte.
Kentucky; Schermorhorn, New 1nrk;
Schuyler. New York; Satterwhlto. Vlr-
STownsend. New York; Throgmprton.
Virginia; Thayer. Boston, Tunstall. Mnry
I land- Tucker, Virginia; Thurston, Ken
tucky; Todd, Virginia
Van Nest. Nov. York; Van Rensselaer
and VanderbUt. Now York.
Willing. Philadelphia; Williams. Chi-
l.. iirnn,nwtl.... Viu- Vnrlt; w.ina.
worth. New York; Wlnthrop. Boston:
Wlckllffe. Kentucky; Washington. Ten
nessee; Warrington. Virginia; Waring.
Soulh Carolina: Wlnshlp. Georgia; Wen
dell Boston; Woolsy. NewYork; Whit
tier. Boston: Waller, Chicago; W oleott,
Boston; Winston. St. Louis.
PRISONER UNDER WATER.
Detective Catches Frog Hunter After
Long Chase Through Swamp.
BLOOMFIELD, N. J.. Oct. 2,-Dctectlve
John R, Baylls of Bloomfleld had an ex
citing struggle with Anthony Herzog, of
Clifton aveuue. Newark, In a swamp near
thQ Second river today. Herzog had been
shooting at frogs with a Winchester rl8e.
Moses Van Winkle, who lives on Mont
gomery street, found that the bullets wcr
flying wide, and made a complaint Bay
lls went to the place and told Herzog he
was under arrest.
The hunter leaped Into the river and
swam across, and the detective followed.
The man splashed through the mud and
water of a swamp on the other side, and
finally Havlls caught up to him. Herzos
tried to strike him with the butt of his
rifle. Bavlls wrested the weapon from
him and a' hand-to-hand struggle followed.
The men splashed about In tho mud and
water for nonrlv half nn hour, first one
being on top and then the other. Finally
tho detective got Herzog around the
neck and then, despite his struggles, held
hi3 head under tho water until he had
cenquerod him. He look Herzog before
Recorder Cadmus, who imposed a fine
; upon him for reckless shooting. Both de
1 tectlve and prisoner were greatly ex
S600.00 for Plumber.
Wo collected this amount for a Salt
Lake plumber last week. It was
twelve vears old.
Merchants' Protective Asa n.. scien
tific collectors of bad debts.
FRANCIS G. LUKE.
Gen'l Mgr.. top lloor Comm'l Blk.
Some people don't like us.
Excursion Boat Burned.
PITTSBURG, Pa-, Oct 2. The excur
sion steamboat Mayflower burned to the
water's edge at 3:SQ this morning. The
Mpst excellent works are Stoddard's
Lectures, now being Introduced In our
v S50.00 for Wood.
"We collected this amount for A. O.
Wood, the grocer, Inst week. The debt
was four years old, Man skipped to
Idaho. Merchants' Protective Ass'n.,
Francis G. Luke, Gon'l. Mgr., Scientific
Collectors of Bud Debts, top lloor
Comm'l Blk. Somo people don't like us.
Marquis Oyama Is a giant among the
Japanese. Six feet tall and weighing
nearly 300 pounds, ho Is the national
patron of wrestling and of swordsmanship
and ihe Idol of tho army. Notwithstand
ing tho recent honors won by the forelgn
tralned Generals, Kurokl, Oku, Nosu and
Noel, this representative of tho samurai
class Is the Idol of the army, which re
gards him as the embodiment of the spirit
of old Jnjian- Marquis Oyuma Is Ihe
youngest or tho empire bullder of Jap"n
anion ? whom MurquH Yamuata and
Maivjula Ito are In - t known. He 13 now
about 02 years of aue. , i
Paraphernalia for All " f. 9
Kinds of Seances. ,. I
Chicago (ian Makes Money '
Dealing in Supplies for . '
Spiritualists. , jH
Desirable Manifestations Listed Like j
Merchandise to Gull tho - I
NEW YORK. Oct. 2. In nn arUcle ap- 6
pearlnir in; the October number of the ' IH
Homllctlc Review, entitled "The Fraudu- .
lent Side of Spiritualism," Dr. Isaac K.
Funk gives the details of an lnvcstlga- ' 1
tlon made by his brothor Into the busl- 1
nc-Ks of a man In Chicago, who. at prices j
ranging from SEO, to $1000, supplies so- .H
called "mediums" with all the necessary
paraphernalia 'for bringing about "spirit :
Dr. Funk for somo tlmo has bcon a r
student of spiritualism, nnd it was ho j j
who Investigated and told about finding . r I ' tH
th loat "widow's mlto" and tho "ma- ' ' I jB
fertilization" of Henry Ward Bcccher.
A short time ago a 'business card read- .
lng, "Radium mediums' paraphernalia." IH
felL Into the doctor's hands. The card H
stated that "crowns, belts, hands, heads, j
veils and full-sized figures, all illuml- '
nated v.-1th the new radium light, would ( ' JM
appear giadually, lloat about a room, and '
Dr. Funk sont the card to bis brother ,v
and asked him to investigate. '
Spirits Supplied for Cash. " , liH
In the article tho report of B. F. Funk
Is given. In his own words: ltH
"Tha card was received as an open so- j jl
same. I found the proprietor a young- j lH
Ish, gentlemanly sort of fellow-, appar- IH
ently refined and educated. In reply to
my question whether he sold outfits for x
mediums he said: 'Everything, to thosci
well known. Sometimes I sell things I jM
that Interest mediums and other people tM
After a moment's silence he continued:
'What do you wish? What are you IH
Mr. Funk then said he was acting for a , VM
friend in tho East who wanted to take j VM
up the medium business as a means of j
support. "I wish her to do no wrong,"
he concluded. !
Tho voung man replied: "Certainly not; c
certainly not. I understand. 1 havo .
many such among my clientele. It is my 1
business to help mediums mako a good i ' !
show. They do not do wrong on the ; ' '
contrary, they are doing a great deal of -: f H
good In getting peoplo to believe that i
their friends who have died really are
" have sen mothers mado happy at ! IHHI
the 3K.i of their dead children, husbands
at the sight of their departed wives. It I
often has brought tears to my eyes to see i
tho simple faith of these people. HBj
Does Good by Fooling Creduloua. 1
"If A man is a philanthropist who can IHVJ
multiply blades or gr.isd. surely I or a; a IjVjBjl
medium should be entitled to praise If wo
cause reiolclng where there were tears. (
Whv. my ilear fellow, spiritualists aro.... VJ . i
the. 'happiest people in the world. Why 'Tt- HHl
undeceive them Vhca they are In -jH
Tho interviewer, according to his re
port, kept on Insisting that his friend did (i flBjl
I": I , . nnvtiiin" ii-rnnr. Ho then
said she wished to materialize human .)SH1
forms, hands, sparks of stars, rays of Iflll
ll"ht musical instruments, do trumpet '
talks; slate writing, etc. Tho report con-
Ho smiled at the modesty of my wish iBBl
and theji said: 'All this is merest child's
Play, provided your friend Is apt. quick- . HJ
wltted and has nerve. I am furnishing j J
help after this sort to mediums of Chi- ,
cngo-thoy all come to me. I havo known . ; j
th"ina there no difficulty In manipulating
this machinery or paraphernalia?
So Simplo It 13 Amazing.
'it is so slmnle vou will wonder why
neoplo do not at once detect It When
you understand It you will bo much
aHov about slate wrltms?"
"'Perfectly simple.' .- iHHjl
"With tied nkites, glued and sealed? !
" 'Yes O. ves. I have laughed until '- lHJ
my sides ached after a seance at tho
remembrance of how easily and com-
pletely tha dead eaales woro fooled. To
Seo a doling father take the materialized
rSrm of his dead child on his knees and
net It and kiss It and then hear tho little . .., ,
oiio say. "Now. papa. I must go; I fcolI B
am gt lng weak." and then to sec the JM
iViiri ll from his lap and disappear to
?bo lnfi. to surprise of all the faithful- rflfl
U Is mora laughable than Artcmas
Ward's wax figure show.' ... , 1
"But Is there no danger of getting tH
CIi"rUo there are 200 mediums in Chicago IH
nnd how seldom you hear of exposure. 1,1
KEPT ELEVEN KEN BUSY.- '
Four-Hundred-Pound Woman in o -Fire
Rescued With Difficulty.
HARItlSBURG. Pa., Oct. 2. Mary ' 'H
Shadow, the 400-pound. Rockvlllc prodl-
gy. alone and bed-ridden when lire ,B
started In her home, was rescued with-
difficulty by eleven, men. NHBl
An entire row of frame houses, in- . I
eluding one In which the girl's parents jHJ
lived was destroyed. HH
Miss Shadow, whose -affliction Una
provented her from oven attempting to
stand for more than two years, gained
s rength from pure fright to spring
from her bed. Then she sank helpless- !
lv buck on tho bed.
Six sturdy railroad trackmen tried to
carrv "the bed with the girl's ponderous ,flH
weight upon It from the, burning bu Id-
lng, but were unable. Getting five
other men they lifted her intp a huge
Poking chair. Slipping the bed slats
under the rounds of the chair they car-,
rlcd hor out,
MAY SPEND $9D;O0O,O0O. ; 1 H
Now York Wants More Water and . .
Moy Draw on Esopus Creek. ( ! jH
NEW YORK, Oct. 2. Mayor McClellan ;H
Is considering a plan to Incroaso tho city's rHYfll
water Supply by C0O.000.0CO gallons dally, at
a cost of more than $10,000,000. Jl
The scheme was evolved by George W, I !
Birdsall. acting chief engineer, and Is ap- 1
proved by Commissioner Oakley-
It Is proposod to take water from laop-
us. Schoharlo and Calsklll creeks. :
Ten million dollars will bo required to
build a r. pei voir on Esopus creek, a few SHH
miles ibove tho homr- of Judge Parker. HHHJ
The jeviiU-mllc conduit to the city will . HH
cost .J3,PO',0. JnflBfl