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J9tl nV MORNING, OCTOBER I, 1901. mTT. n A !flfl
;HS u j THE SAXiT LAKE THIBTCO. page eleven . EfM
0 BnS ,T c,3r " Nearly new
SS 2 Kfl Invc" .gating No. 275
J fu trh "V'e'For $1500. .terms
l05? irtr. 0uTltc3 us to sell 1m
&h0n,oaern, nearly now
f -rJrms. Look at
.w. om modern brick.
I'ottaco near University
'mM It is nice. No -IS
Modern bVlck. with fur
" furnished, ready for
:Jurl California owner.
Ywn payments same
S4 Fine building lot. 3rd
'.u nt 10th So. Owner
?U.Acrlflce at once Only
ve hav bujMlnB lots on
with sewer, for S7o0 to
i bulk Ins lotf facing
Can mnke easy
3 5,11 Lake 13 Improving
, the ttao to buy. Soon
' ?l,h to make anything
J Vo havo hundreds
fon' V secured olsc
non" csldcnts reprcsenl
vJly Some of them aro
CRN' UMCK. UTH E.
'brick. East bench. J2S00.
frank I St.. S2SC0.
uW. and Dth S.. S11G0.
hlo Grande shops. $900.
brick. Rio Grando shops,
CoTS W. 2nd So. blSl
ALS TOTS WEEK,
p brick. $2100; ?25-J cash.
41 flH. 5100 cash. $15
;n-t waste your money
ji yc'J cca buy on these
Co.. 75 W. 2nd So. blTO
17 over talker's bank,
jl interest you:
East and 2nd South on
6-room brick, modern.
i, fine barn, part cash,
me, "West 2nd North.
,-lck. h South and 9th
cash, balance $20 per
rick. Cth South-Sth East;
ilance $15 per month,
dern frame. 8th East
6 best bargain In tho
ssed brick, strictly mod
h East-'th South. Easy
arfio list. Wo can suit
cadQuarters for business
RE CHICKEN RANCH,
td, for only U403.
inch, 0 acres, for $5000,
irlcl:, lot 40x150, lawn,
lots, fruit, flowing well,
$;) br buying this 40
flncst place for fruit In
tn us tell you about It
.rl :& C RICHTBR CO., R. 4. over
JTBD-ji 3 titater Hello 1347-K. bl67
IOC WANT THEM ANY CHEAP-
Ifcsr4-r brick In nlco shape.
ftOldown. rest cosy; prlco $160").
Ik. Ir. with barn, and It's only
ht-i IBs. t fine, neat and cosy C-room
vUJi ,h Cu shaps, and only $1150.
i dutch school, a fine buy In a
!" tfci, modern, shade, etc., only
CU Itf lt flee homes on Brlgham St.,
L M u, tmr. etc.. $-5500 or less,
ltisfc Ira SNAPS to GIVE AWAY.
tj Co, w 2nd So., 'phones 760.
- 3AEGAIX OFFERINGS NOT
Q, If rou will take tho trouble to
aicia h ti following.
I'i So. and 10th East, 6-room
J? idUit, ne put up, has bath,
ilract. lot 50x140 feet to alloy.
i rts, tiade and fruit trees, and can
fti 'n r-onable torms for J1S00.
at to a well-built 6-room
J' Fr-2 lots 0UGht to bring $200'),
CfKllKO: $0 cash nnd $15 per
r l LS? 4x15 rod3 th splondld 5-room
coltace, on reasonable terms,
rt 9-room full 2-story, up-to-pressed
brick with barn, lot
rt f-i for H:v).
ii Lt" G. and H- ncw' modern 2-
rej'dence. lot SxCH: rods.
jT Mcuh nnd J35 per month.
ii Cl nfar 5tn South, eplendld C-
OTjs wtiacc, lot 2Vixl0 rods, easj-
'Si S-.BO, lot 3x10 rods, No,
il JiMc-dnte residence, cor-
S;W Soutn. hardwood finish,
11 cost T5(y) to build the
if tiff, aB0- w,u seI1 u for
tti W4'1 rr anothor place.
U li "n"$i p-room mod. 2-story
ML s Pn East 2nd South at.,
i..jk,,?n'. at $10,000.
East near lst South,
ku? feir'T101.11 Easl near 3rd South.
"l gftfc. J st. i-car 6th.
r ' Mulh rront- on 7th Bt-
lS ffi?1 b,'ock from "osioinco-
h li Sn" " "est lsl Sout-h a'-: both
r,pi ili bis5
VU..AL ESTATE INV. CO..
jHT loan brokei-3. 251 Main.
Je,LLP;EA ESTATE THAT'S
j 'g-lil3 Ma'n: red ball signs.
"rftjjEK- REAL lESTATE AND
JStcond South st.
oSEn.TIME T0 BUY YOUR
3 hiTnl r, speculation; therojs
J i S M,iv?.8u soon- Wo have
tttsru thc clt'. ftnd sell
Ievm.58 D,on't fQl1 to see us.
'J :,U1;-Jnent Co., 78 W. 2nd So.
H eELn,0BTATE STREET.
Telephono Co. lnq.jrf
: SrjlLDiNG STONE.
"J ?SfB,?TONE: DELIVERED.
"1 rt Store pqu&rr-' l)er c01"11
M F57. Co" No- 11 E. 1st So.;
nson t Larscn. 115 W 2nd
r Pi k1352
AR AND CONFEEENCE
5 Seduced Bates.
:dlm-1 IlnS the 0rGn Short Line
flSBoilS? o Green River.
ifc K ob 3rd to Oth, inclu
11Cp?v?m Utn, Octobor th'
Ulh Vrd 10 8th: llmftetl t0
&Jfhn Ce ascnls for full Par-
rjL, ?50'0 for Wood.
$?L?Y ?mount for A. O.
mf Tto Z?1 wcek- T"e debt
- L k P Protective Aaa'n,,
ra l B?Cn,MKr" Scientific
. iome pcoplo don't like us.
TAs Ogden Bureau1
H S466 WASHINGTON AVE. TELEPHONE 111. i
H Advertising Rates Furnished on Application. H
AT THE HEaLT SGTI1L.
rj'hen you come to Ogdcn. opposite 'ho
i nlon depot. Tho cek-bratcd Ostermoor
tlt mnttrcRsrs In every room. Samplo
"oomn nnd cnf In crnnrctlon
MONEY TO LOAN.
HOUSES TO RENT.
"Phanc C22-Z. 208 Washington Ave.
OGDEN, UTAH. j
Ht HeaSy House 6a?e,
Under new management First clnns In
every respedt Courteous treatment
Lunches put up to order.
J JENSEN & CO.. PROP.
NATURAL LITHIA WATER, 1
"Makes everything Good." 6 M
F. J. Klcsel & Co.. Ogden. B
BRIcgcr .t Llndley. Salt Lake. Dla- H
rTT 'iiinii i t nil iiiiTitTim rri
) ugucn s Dneut cafe. Lerop'a ber on 5
( drought 2425 Washington Ave.
I I.KKPOM ,t- PATTIRON ProDS )
A D. HLOSSER. J. I BLOSSEH.
Vour thirst Parlor. 2T77 Washington ave..
Mil E0I0 TiSKETS,
If you wish to buy or eell a tlckot
SEE J. C. BAKER, THE OGDEN
TICKET BROKER. Only member of the
Guarantee Association In Ogdcn 167 25th
St.. one block from tho Union depot Tele
CIRCUS PERFORMER FALLS
AND IS DANGEROUSLY HURT
Special to The Tribune.
SPRING VI LLE, Oct. 3. Alex Barlow,
one of tho proprietors of andi a performer
In tho Barlow Bros, circus, was danger
ously. If not fatally, hurt while giving an
exhibition on the trapeze. A foot web
broke, cauelng him to fall a dlatanco of
fifteen feet, striking on his head and
shoulders, Mr. Barlow Is an old perform
er, having been doing trapczo acts for
thlrtv years. His Injuries are chiefly in
ternal As the crowd at the clrous did not
know how seriously tho performer was
hurt, thero woa little excitement.
Kidneys out of order, that's all.
Doan's Kidney Pills are the sure
At any drug stdro.
FAIR AND CONFERENCE VISIT
ORS Are cordially Invited to visit nnd In
spect during the Fair Week, our Brew
ery, Malt-house and Bottling Depart
ment, the only modern and up-to-date
beer-manufacturing plant In the State.
Brewery located a short distance 6outh
of Fair Grounds, where guides will be
In attendance and take pleasure In
showing you around the premises. Re
spectfully yours, rrT
A. FISHER BREWING CO.
$50.00 for Wood.
We collected this amount for A. O.
Wood, the grocer, last week. The debt
was four years old. Man skipped to
Idaho. Merchants' Protective Ass'n.,
Francis G. Luke, Gen'l. Mgr., Scientific
Collectors of Bad Debts, top floor
ComnVl Blk. Some people don't like us.
Many Mothers of Like Opinion.
Mrs. Pllmer of Cordova, Iowa, says;
"One of my children was subject to
croup of a severe type, and tho giving
of unaniucriiww u uutu ""uj'
promptly, always brought relief. Many
mothers in this neighborhood think the
same as I do about this remedy and
want no other kind for their children."
For sale by all leading druggists.
Nominations In Hawaii.
HONOLULU, Oct. 3. Complete legisla
tive nominations wcro made today by tho
Pcnubllcan, Democratic and Home Rule
conventions. Thero Is a preponderance of
natives on tho Republican and Demo
cratic tickets. The candidates of tho
Home Rule party arc all natives.
Blaze in Honolulu.
HONOLULU, Oct. 3. Flro this morning
destroyed Chinese property valued at $2o,
000 The nro was of Incendiary origin.
TREE TEA. BREAKFAST,
It's Good At All Times.
T I mim j T
B I IMPORTED BY i
I SAH FRANCISCO.
A H halppwndJ J
1 WrtNT H.M iN MONTANA
j FOR STEALING CATTLE
Special lo Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Oct. 3.-Shorlrt Bailey has re
ceived word from C. W. Tnylor. Shcrlft
at Choteau, Teton county, Montana, that
John Walker, the man arrested by Dep
uty Sheriff Belknap at American Falls. Is
wanted thero on a charge of horso and
cattle stealing, and that authorities In
Canada also arc anxious to deal with him
on a similar charge. Tho letter also says
that his correct name Is John Payne and
that he Is well known there as a notorious
cattle thief. His scheme was to steal cat
tle and drlvo them over Into Canada and
there sell them. It 13 reasonable to be
lieve that Walker may be returned to
Montana and dealt with there.
Rulon Thompson, Naomi Wright. Pearl
West, Harold Taylor and Clifford Thomp
son, the five representative pupils from
tho Utah State School for tho Deaf and
Blind who made such a creditable show
ing In tho model school ' for deaf and
blind at tho World's fair. In company
with their teachers. Miss Luclle Drlggs
and Miss Eddy, returned from St. Louis
yesterday. The pupils received much
praise while there and come home pleased
with the treatment accorded thorn.
A brief session of tho Board of County
Commissioners was held today. Commis
sioner Wilson reported that tho work oi
clearing the road In tho mountains east
of Huntsvillc Is now completed. Mrs.
Lon Flcshncr was appointed register
agent of tho sixteenth election district
Rev. Samuel Blair of the First Meth
odist church started East today for a
two-weeks' visit to the exposition at St.
Louis. Next Sunday hlo pulpit will be
filled by Dr. Tnlbot, superintendent of
Utah missions, one of the most oloquent
divines In the Went.
Miss Ruby Rcld of Mantl Is visiting
relatives In the city.
Judge Ogden Hlles. candidate for Con
gress on tho American party tlckot, fs
In tho city.
The Coterie will meet at tho home of
Mrs. A. P. BlgoJow, 2671 Jefferson avenue,
Tuesday afternoon at 2:30.
Miss Fannlo Breoden. daughter of At-tornoy-Gcnoral
Breoden. Is visiting with
J. T. Humt and family.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Brantley lcavo to
morrow morning for Now York and other
Eastern cities on a month's trip. Thoy
will al80 take in tho St. Louis fair.
Lewis Morrison, tho popular actor and
husband of Florence Roberts! Arthur
Worde, son of Frederick Wardc; R. A.
Grant, managor of tho Grand opera-house,
and Gordon Grant of tho Reed hotel mado
up a merry party which visited tho Oaks
In Ogden canyon yesterday.
Utah claims tho honor of ono of tho
grand prlzo-wlnners at the World's fair.
Superintendent Drlggs of tho Stato
School for tho Deaf, Dumb and Blind to
day received tho followlnc telegram
from H. S. Cummings, superintendent of
tho educational exhibit at tho fair:
"Grand prlzo awarded your school ex
hibit." Tho inquest over tho remains of Frank
Tltall. tho Italian who was killed In tho
Twenty-first slreot scwor, was held be
fore Judgo Howell today. Tho Jury re
turned a verdict that the deceased camo
to his death throuirh his own careless
ness. Tho City Council hold a short meeting
tonlcht and paid bills amounting to
$lS5-75, and awarded a contract for tho
paving nnd guttering of Twenty-fourth
streot and Grand avonuc, to Wright and
Jones. Tho clork of the police court re
ported receipts of $2484 95 for tho month
of September Tho ordlnanco for tho
paving and guttering of Twenty-third
street, and the Grand avenuo pacing or
dlnanco. were passed.
Fay Compton. a negro, was arrested
by Offlcor Robort Burt tonight for
threatening to kill her husband. The wo
man was detected In tho act of purchas
ing a revolver, and as she went down tho
street In a hurry, Burt stopped her and
asked what sho was going to do with
tho gun. Sho said she wan going to kill
her husband, because ho had been untruo
to her. Burt promptly arrested the wo
man and took hor up to tho station
Died From Sciatic Rheumatism.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PROVO, Oct. 3 W. J. Strong, a well
known citizen of Alpine, died last night
from sciatic rheumatism. The deceased
was born ln"Encland and loaves a largo
family to mourn his loss. Ho leaves a
widow four sons, three daughters and
thlrty-'sovcn grandchildren. The funeral
services will be hold from the Alplno
mectlng-houso Tuesday at 10 o'clock.
Orla E. McCIellen, aged 20, of Payson,
and Anna Stark, aged 20. of Payson, re
ceived llconso to wed today.
There will be a meeting of all tho first
votors young men and woman at tho Re
publican headquarters Wednesday evon
ing, for the purpose of formlnc a llrst
voters' club. , . ,
J W. Mackintosh and son were In Provo
today on business.
W D. Woolley. lato member of tho Leg
islature, was In Proyo today.
Mrs J. A. Jerlnlng of Big Horn. Wyo., Is
visiting her brother. Hyrum Jensen.
Has a Fine Fruit Exhibit.
Special to Tho Tribune.
MODENA. Oct 3. Hon. Thomas Judd,
president of tho State Board of Horticul
ture, camo up from Dixie yesterday, en
route to tho Stato fair, whero he will havo
a aino exhibit of fruit principally grapes,
whfch arc as fino looking as are generally
seen. , , .
Mr and Mrs. Page, an octogenarian cou
ple, who have resided near Plocho Nov..
Bliice 1871. went up to Salt ake yesterday.
Mr Page la In poor health and will seek
medical treatment ln Zon.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Oliver and son left
hero Saturday for a twenty days' visit to
relatives In Salt Lako and Drapor.
PORTLAND'S BIG SHOW.
Six of the Main Exhibition Structures
Aro Under Roof.
PORTLAND. Or.. Oct. 3 Six of tho
main exhibition structures of tho Lewis
and Clark exposition aro under roof and
will bo ready within ton days to receive
exhibits from foreign commissioners and
others who novo arranged to remain In
this country another year after the SU
Louis World's fair, the Transcontinental
Freight associations having extended ono
vear the time limit far the return of such
exhibit to original points of shipment.
Ground was broken at tho Gulld'a lako
nlio today for four mora bulldlng3, the
principal ones of which are a mines and
metallurgy palace, machine, clectr city
and transportation, and the auditorium.
Tho Oregon Stato commission has appro
priated $20,000 for a clubhouse hero All
thu buildings will be under roof, accord- ,
lug to contract, by February '
I TO ESTABLISH OttE DAILY
PAPcR FOR THREE TOWNS
Special to Tho Trlbuno.
LEIII, Oct. 3. Mr., and Mrs.. Orson
Wllhelmson of Los Angeles, Cal., are
spending a week, the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. James M. KIrkham. Mr. Wllhclm
son Is much pleased with this county,
and is seriously considering tho estnblloh
ment of a dally paper for the thrco cities
of Lehl, Amorlcan Fork and Pleasant
Mrs. Charlotto Taylor has gono to Og
den for an extended .visit with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Sarah T. Evans.
J. J. Thomas, tho Fish Springs ranchor
nnd 'stockman, Is In Lehl attending to
his local Interests.
Miss Victoria Otterson of Spanish Fork
Is visiting with Laura Knudson.
Henry Errlckson, who has boen work
ing In Sugar City during tho summer, Is
homo again. Ho will Rttcnd tho B. Y.
university at Provo this winter.
Lester Phillips, who has boon In Can
ada for two years, Is homo again.
Mrs. Fred Morrill and family, who
have been spendlng.the summer in Sugar
City, have returned. Mr. Merrill will re
main a month later.
C. E Randall, tho Socialist Stato or
ganizer, Is in Lorn trying to pull together
the warring elomonts of his party.
Tho 2-yen.r-old child of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas College died Saturday, from
whooping cougn. Thoy havo a baby also
111 with tho samo complaint.
Mro. L. E. Pearson of Loland Is visit
ing relatives In Lehl.
Mrs. Jenso Fox of Magrath. Canada, Is
In Lehl for tho winter.
Georgo Hardonbrook. postmastor of
Maxwell. fiL. Is spending the week with
his nephews, the Mcrrlhoro brothers. Mr.
Hnrdonbrook Is on his way from an ex
tended visit to tho coast
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Flcslng of Denver
spont several days tho past week Uio
guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jones. Dur
ing their stay they- went through the big
Misses Suslo Darling and Carrio Andor
Bon havo gono to Sunshlno, whoro N. E.
Darling Is operating a hotel.
Visiting in Salt Lake.
Special to Tho Tribune.
AMERICAN FORK. Utih. Oct. 3. Mrs.
Earl Greencwood left this morning for
Salt Lake City, whoro sho will spend a
' week visiting hor sister. Mrs. C. E. Chrls
Mrs. A. G. Becbc and Mrs. Nell Harris
and dnughtcr, Ivy, of Provo. are, visiting
Mrs. Beebe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tuom
03 Barratt, Sr.
O. L. Martin, who hosJjcen spending the
summer In California, has returned homo
to spend tho winter.
All the merchants In American Fork
havo changed their opening hours from
7:20 a. m. to 8 a. m., and dosing hour
from 6:30 p. m. to C p. m.
M. O. Randolph, who has been for the
past month visiting tho Yellowstone park
and points in Montana, camo homo last
Mrs. Georgo Lott of Provo Is visiting In
American Fork aa the guest of her par
onto, Mr. and Mrs. John Kclloy.
Charles J. Logic, William Grant nnd
Georgo I-L Webb left here today for Pro
vo canyon, for a ahort fishing und hunt
Poisoned Woman. Buried.
Special to The Tribune
LOGAN, Oct. 3. Funeral services of
Mrs. Lucy Morgan Hansen, who died laut
Wednesday from tho results of poison
eaten In mush at tno breakfast table,
wcro hold In tho Logan tabornaclo at
noon yesterday. Mrs. Hansen was a
member of the choir, and her husband Is
closely aesoclated with 'he Sunday-school.
Many and beautiful were tho floral offer
ings, testifying. In a measure, to the
esteem In which the deceased was held.
Mr. Hansen, who was also poisoned at
the same time, had so far recovered that
ho attended tho se Ices. Addresses wore
made by F W Hurst, Edward W Han
sen, David H Smith, Bishop Thomas X.
Smith and Presidents W. W. Maughan
and Joseph Morrell. Musical numbers
were furnlshod by M. J. Ballard and F.
Family Moves Away From Thistle.
Special to Tho Trlbuno.
THISTLE. Oct. 3. During tho last two
months or sd. Thlstlo has been almost
depopulated Nearly all of tho old citi
zens of this ploco have either moved
away, or else arc making ready to go.
Among tho latter aro Charles Solby nnd
family, who aro now loading up nnd
ready to go. Mr. Selby has been a road
master nearly twenty years on tho dif
ferent divisions of tho Rio Grande sys
tem His son. C. A. Solby, for somo
time past has been doing morcantllo
business In this place.
Apparently about as many have como
as havo gone. Thoro Is not a vacant
house to be found.
Filled S10 for Theft. ,
Special to Tho Tribune.
SPRING VILLE, Oct. 3. Amasy Smith,
a young man of this town, was boforo
Judgo Anderson this morning, and
pleaded guilty to tho charge of potlt lar
ceny, and was fined $10. Smith took a grip
from tho waiting-room In tho Rio Grando
Western station hore Saturday evening
Alvln Bcardall, a 14-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Bcardall, foil out of a wagon
this morning and broke hl3 arm. Ho was
unloading somo boot tops to feed cows,
when his foot slipped and he foil out of
PARK CITY J
H CI N Main Streot Telophono
PARK MINERS' HOPiTAL
Special to The Tribune.
PARK CITY, Oct. S. At 4 o'clock yes
terday afternoon about 700 persons as
sembled at tho Purk City Miners' hos
pital to assist In tho dedication. Aftor
an inspection, of tho building by those
present all gathered In front to listen to
tho exercises, which wore conducted from
tho balcony.Tho services were oponod by
all Joining In tho singing of "America."
Tho dedicatory prayer, by Rov. J. H.
Murray of tho Methodist church, then fol
lowod, and -aftor this brief remarks woro
mado bv Bishop Rasband of tho Latter
day Saints church and Rov. D. Q. Gray
bill of tho Congregational church. After
this tho address of dedication waa deliv
ered by Col. W M Ferry.
Col. Ferry apoko for about thirty min
utes and his remarks wore full of beau
tiful thoughts eloquently expressed: Ho
chowed that a hospital was one of tho
absoluto nocd3 of a mining camp, and
paid a high tribute to thoso who had
pushed forward tho work of construct
ing and oqulpplng tho present bunding.
Ho recalled many Incidents of his own
cxpcrlenco. illustrating the great benefits
derlvod from hospital usslalunco. and ex
pressed the belief that in tho future tho
Park City hospital would be one of tho
most helpful Institutions In tho camp.
Tho Woman's Athonaoum held Its first
regulnr meeting of tho year this after
noon. It has boen tho custom for several
years to make the first meeting "presi
dent's day," and hence tho club met at
tho homo of tho president, Mrs L. E.
Hubbard, and was entertained by hor. it
has been decided to tako up tho history
of Russia and of Japan during tho com
ing winter. 0
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Prink went to
Salt Lako City this afternoon.
. . V
Dr. and Mrs. Hosmcr of Salt Lako spent
vesterday In tho camp, tho guests of
Dr, J. E. Hosmer and family.
Mrs. W. A. Adams was a passenger to
Salt Lako City yesterday afternoon.
DRUGGIST NOT HELD FOR
Special to The Trlbuno.
PLEASANT GROVE. Oct 3. An Inquest
was held over A. G. Benson yesterday af
ternoon. Tho Jury decided that ho camo
to his death through poison purchased for
Rochello Halts from G. F. RIgby, drug
gist, and taken two weeks before death.
Druggist Rlgby was exonerated of any
criminal corelessness, because tho bottle
was marked rochello salt3, proporly la
beled, and had been turned over to him
by Borne former owner of the stock. Tho
romalnder of tho contents of tho bottle
has not yet been examined by cncmlsts.
Both Dr. Van and Dr. Eghlan say they
do not know what it Is, and thnt they
would tako It for salts, as It looks ex
actly like It. ,
The funeral was held here today and
was largely attended.
'Jacob Smith, the Pleasant Grove livery
man, pleaded guilty to disturbing tho
peaco and was fined $5 by Justice Noblo
today. Ho had a fight with Ben Adams
and Sidney Showell. Warrants aro out
for their arrest, but they havo not beon
tried. Tho trouble started because Mr.
Smith rcfusod to let them have one of
his livery rigs while thoy were under
tho influence of liquor.
The city officers have notified the pro
prietors of tho stores that they will bo
prosecuted for selling goods on Sunday.
Joseph E. Thorne was arrested today for
opening his doors on Sunday and selling
a pair of shoes to Joseph Fago. Tho
matter has not yet come to trial.
REVOLVERS AND KNIVES
CONCEALED ON TRAMP
Special to Tho Tribune.
PAYSON. Oct. 3. Marshal John A
Betts arrested a hobo In tho fields north
of town, after a chase of about a mile
and a half. Ho was brought to town and
taken lo the Jail. Tho Marshal stepped
out to got a bucko t of water, and while
he was at the well, about six rods away,
tho tramp tried to escape. Marshal Betts
neglocted to lock tho jail door, and tho
follow cavo him another chase of two
blocks, and only stopped when the Mar
shal leveled his gun on him and threat
ened to shoot. ....
On reaching tho runaway, mvdrow back
his fist In the attltudo of striking Betts,
who In turn cracked him on tho head
with his gun. It was necessary to havo
tho wound sewed up. Flvo new revolvers,
fourteen now pearl-handled pocket knives
and a razor woro found on the tramp.
It Is thought that ho may bo one of
.t. Mint 1ms been worldinr down In
Sanpoto county. Deputy Sheriff Davo
Barnett camo over from Provo last ovon
lng and took tho prisoner to tho county
Jail this morning.
VV W Yaw yesterday afternoon shipped
two cars of mulestoChlcago.
Miss Clydo Wilson went to Salt Lako
this morning, whero sho will contlnuo
her musical studies with Prof. McClcl-
. . .
Robert Hayes, local manager for tho
Rocky Mountain Boll Telephone com
nanv has returned from a trip to tho
1 world's fair nt St. Louis.
Genuine CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS usUm
Fac-siiile Signate L
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San Francisco, Sept., 26, 1004.
To the Women of Salt Lake City
Some of you have loved ones stricken
with Brlght's Disease or Diabetes. Let
me glvo you hope. I can speak becnusc
I know. I was strlckon with Dlabetoa
myself. Only Dlabdtlcs can understand
the torturef tho hopelessne&s. I went
to tho Women's Hospital (one of our
best). They told me I was Incurable. I
grew worse (sugar was 11 per cent) and
went to the Cooper Medical College for
examination. Same verdict incurable.
Thoroughly discouraged. I went home to
die. A Mro. Clark, then living at 1013
Larklu street, called to tell me there
wao a cure and where to get It. The
third week the dreadful thirst dimin
ished I began to sleep better and in a
year I was completely well.
I have .1 iargo boarding houec on the.
corner of Powell nnd Sutter. One of the
boarders is William White, formerly
deputy city assessor. He had to give up
his position due to Brlght's Disease
had been In both St. Luk'e's Hospital
and the Waldeck Sanitarium without
result when I learned what the trouble
was and told him ho could got well. He
waa swollen with dropsy, albumen was
heavy, heart was Involved, anil he felt
sure he could not recover. In a month
he began to mend and Is now perfectly
well. To the women of America I want
to sny That Chronlo Bright's Disease
and Diabetes are positively curable.
Mrs. Katherlne Matthewson.
The above la strjctly true.
The above refero to tho newly-discovered
Fulton Compounds-, the first
cures the world has ever seen for
Bright's Disease and Diabetes. We are
the sole agents. Aak for pamphlets.
F. J. HILL DRUG CO.. Salt Lako City.
When to suspect Bright's? Disease
puffy ankles or hands weakness with
out visible cause kidney trouble after
third month smoky urine frequent
urination failing vision one or more
Joo Bowors Mining company. Principal
llaco of business. Salt Lako City. Utah.
Notice Thore aro delinquent upon tho
following described stock on account of
assessment levied on tho 20th day of Au
fc"ust, 1KM, the several amounts set oppo-
Blto tlw names of the respective share
holders, c follows:
,2: V7 ' No.
Si?iv tt t, Namo. Sharos. Amt.
T'w- F 0Eiln WOO $ 10.C0
5G W. F. Seln 600 5.00
-ii W. E. Forrcbeo 1,000 10.W
3-C. C. Ulggins KO 6,00
05 Jos. Hauso 1,000 10.00
717 Irvlnn & Mason. Tr.... 1,000 10.00
JM6 H. B. Asadoorlan 2,500 25.00
Kb Grant Swan 500 5.00
yilC L. Rood 5.000 50.00
J72 C. L. Rood 5,000 50.00
1007 Max E. Smith 500 5.00
1034 John Dorn 5,000 CO 00
10S5-John Dern 5.000 60.00
1P3G John Dern 2,500 25.00
1030 John Dern 2,500 25.00
1143-Mro. H. H. Mclntlrc.... 500 5.00
1153 E. D. WIcklns GOO 5.00
lltS-A. T. Sanford COO 5.00
1164 C. A. Dole 1,503 15.00
J179-J. M Burt 500 5.00
1225 Jas. T. Beless 1.000 10.00
1227 W. E. Ferrcbce. '2,500 25.00
127S Grant Swan . 24 .24
1353 Max E. Smith M .M
1370 W. E. Ferrebeo ICS 1.63
1371 W. F. Seln... 72 .72
1105 Jos. Hauso -IS .4S
14:6 H. B. Asadoorlan 120 1.20
U33-C. L. Rood 4S0 4. SO
MCti-Mrs. H. H. Mclntlro.... 24 .24
14GS E. D. Wlckons 24 .24
1470-C. A. Dole 72 .72
1- 1S0 E D. Swan 43 .48
MSI Jas. T. BelC3s 19 .-18
1525 W. H. Clark 1.000 10.00
lCbO E. H. Wells 200 2.00
1551 E. H. Wells C2 .02
K61-C. C. Hlgglns 5.00
1555 W. J. Barnett 600 5.0D
1505 C. L. Rood 170 1.70
15G-J-C. L. Rood 330 3.30
1719-S. M. Warmbath 1.00") 10.00
1S73-C. E. Brubaker 1.000 10.00
1911 Nettle Palno 1,000 10.CO
1I4 M J. Hardin 200 3.00
1945 M. J. Hardin 310 3.10
1HG3 M. J. Hardin 24 .21
2C03F. J. O'Neill 000 5.00
2011 Theo. Davis 1,000 10.00
2012 Theo, Davis 1,000 10.00
2013 J. H. Llnck 1,000 10.W
2044-G. H. Smith 500 G.O0
2017 C. D. Savory COO 5i0
2051 E. D. Swan 500 C.OO
2052 E. D. Swan CC0 5.C0
2(50 C K. McCornlck GOO G.CO
2078-E W. Griffiths COO 5.C0
2100 Mlko Bamberger 500 5.03
2100 J. H Llnck 1.000 10.00
200 H. S Joseph ..... 600 5.00
2219 G H. Smith 500 fi.OO
2235 J- W. Skinner 500 5.00
223S Shoots & Thompson.... 503 5.00
2310 Eva Lloyd 021 5.2-1
2C25 Max E. Smith COO 5.00
23.iO-FIudson Sons Co 500 5. CO
2364 Hudson Sons Co 500 6.00
23Bfi Hudson Sons Co 500 5.03
243S W. J. Browning.. 1,000 10.00
2131 W. J. Browning 1.000 10.00
2"sSYV, J. Browning 1,000 10.0)
24C0 E. M. West 1.000 10.00
2- lfiS Frank D. Hobbs COO 5.00
252i W. W. Rivers 1,000 10 03
?.-,"7W V. Rivers l.OCfl 10.00
2530 E. M. West,... 1,000 10.00
2f'31 E. M. West 1.000 10.0)
2532 E. M. West 1,0)0 10.00
2?S4 E. M. West 1.000 10.00
2(01 W. J. Browning 1.030 10.03
2"02 E. M. West 1.000 10.03
2W3 E. M. West 1.000 10.03
2C01 E. M. West 1.003 10.C0
2C05 E M. West .' 1.000 10.03
2015 Elolso Allard 1,000 10.00
251 R L. Weber 1,000 10.00
-2GI0 J. M. Lyon GOO 5.03
2027 E M West GOO 6.00
2R50 W. W. Rivers l.COO 10.00
2740 Jna. Crelg'nton COO 5.00
2747 Jas. Crelghton 1,000 10 00
274S Js. CrelghtOn 1,000 10.00
271!) Jas. Crelghton 1.000 10.00
2777 Jos. Hauso .5,000 60.00
27S3 J A. Pollock &. Co 13.600 135.03
And in accordance with law and order
of tho board of directors, made on
the 20th day of August 1W4. so many
shares of each parcel cf such stock as
niavjjo necessary will bo sold at Room 1,
151 'Main street Salt Lako City. Utah, on
the 16th day of October. 1504. at the hour
of 2 o'clock p. m., to pay delinquent as
sessment thereon, together with tho costs
of advertising and expenses of sale.
bl6 A. J. GUNNELL, Socretary.
Notlco is hereby given that tho personal
offecta of John J. Acomb. held by tho un
dcr.ilgnod for lodging, will bo Bold by Sop
tombcr 2K If not redcomod by that dato and
(Signed) MRS. E. LACOMY.
Dated Salt Lako City, Utah, Oct 3, 1004.
And dull by tcachors and parents,
oftlmcs for no other reason than
that their eyes arc not as tho eyes
of other children. Parents tako a
grave responsibility upon them
selves when they ncgloct tho 3lgns
of defective eyesight. Wo make no
chargo for examination and never
recommend glasses whero they are
Jno. Daynes & Sons
26 Main St
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