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PAQEEiflfi ' - THE ' SALT .LAKE TKUSTOfE. - fbiday mobg, October I
IiJ IS A MAN OF
. MANY TRIALS
Bates Has flung Three
lj His Majority Is Constantly
':! Growing, and He Is
i , j Repealetl Efforts to Convict Tooelo
i "Ranchman of tho Theft of Con-
struction Company, Horses.
I' Few men havo bad as many trials as
,( Gcorgo A. Bates, a Tooclp county ranch-
, man. But lio Is a. man of few convictions.
Ills third trial was finished yesterday In
! the District court and ended, as did tho
previous trials, with a hung jury. At hie
, first trial three men hung out for a. con-
1 -vlctlon. At tho cccond only two Jurors
thought Bates. guilty. Yesterday tho Jury
was hung by ono man. At this rate James
! F. Smith, Bates's attorney, figures that
, I hip client will finally bo acquitted If ho
i . 1 lives long enough. Tho fourth trial Is
, scheduled to begin December 5.
' i Case Is a Landmark.
, So familiar has tho State vs. Bates bc-
. como that It Is rogardod as ono of tho
landmarks of tho county Tho farmers
'' havo como to regard Jury fees In tho Bates
' ! caso as a regular part of their annual rev-
onuo. "When they dlo they feel sure that
1 their som3 will havo a certain though
smnll Incomo upon which to ralso families.
But Attornoy Smith threatens to upset
1 their calculations. 1,1b says ho is going to
1 ink a chango of venuo to Salt Lako coun-
, ty for tho noxt trial.
I ,! His Alleged Crime.
" Bates was arrested June 12, 3C03, for
stealing- three horses belonging to tho
l j Utnli Construction company. It was al-
, leged that he took tho animals to Ogdcn
I and sold them thero to one C. O. Moroy.
The defense" was that Bates had put two
horses In a corral on his ranch to look at
their brands. After examining them, ho
Claimed, ho turned them loose. Moroy and
Sheriff Bailoy of Wobcr county both testi
fied that he sold the horses In Ogden. Tho
1 defense Introduced six witnesses who
swore that Bates was In Tooelo county on
the day tho horses were sold. Thero "was
considerable conflict In tho testimony on
loth sides. Attorney Smith says Uiat
,', Tooelo people are prejudiced against his
i 1 client because ho was onco convicted of
j stealing a calf.
' , Minority Vote Decreasing-,
j Bates was first tried In June, 1W3. when
' the Jury voted live for acquittal and thrco
S for conviction. Tn February, 1901. tho scc-
j ond trial was pulled off. and the jury stood
J fix to two. At tho last trial but one of
j I lie eight men insisted on tho guilt of tho
j defendant. Bates has been out on bond
i most of the tlmo slnco his arrest.
' Mr. Smith returned to Salt L,ake last
I j EXHIBITS FOR PORTLAND.
1 l Utah's Best Features at St. Louis
jj Will Be Taken West.
' ,' Preliminary arrangements for Utah's cx-
i hlblt at the Ljwls and Clark exposition In"
, i i Portland next year wero made yesterday
'". by tho State commissioners at tho meeting
i held in tho Governor's ofllco. It was de-
1 J rldc-d to send a committee to St. L,ouls to
. j xamlrie the exhibits there and select the
I i most Important ones and those most likc-
I , ly to bfnellt Utah at Portland. These ox-
I !' hlblts will by sent to Portland when the
I St. Louis fair Is over nnd boxed until It Is
, i i ' lime to set them up In hc Utah building.
! This committee Is to bo composed of IT.
1 H. Clawson and Judge Sliurtlirf, who Is
1 j also a member of the St. Louis commls-
1 sion. Thero wero present at the meeting
I ) Gov. "Wells In the chair. the Hon. Fred J.
1 Klesel, Gcorgo P. Holmon, A, B. Lewis
;f and H. B. Clawson.
I ';!' For Oyer Fifty xears.
An old and well-tried remedy. Mrs,
f fWlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been
: used fur over fifty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
j pain, cures wind colic and Is the best
, remedy for diarrhoea. Sold dj' drug-
; gists In every part of the -world. Bo
pure and ask for Mrs. "Wlnslowa Sooth
j lng Syrup.
II Bad Tenants Evicted
j I ond rent collected. Merchants' Pro-
I i,j tcctlve Association. Francis G. Luke,
,i General Manager, Top Floor Comraer-
j cial Block.
I' j Passing' of on Old Institution.
I Great was the Srurprlwe caused by the
'! public announcement In another column
of the discontinuation of business of
I the old established Jewelry concern of
I TV. W. Hall, 227 Main ytrect Owing to
;( ' continued ill health Mr. Hall has been
! . forced to give up a lucrative business
,1 and r.emove to another climate, and in
! i order to leave In the very near future
I ( '!' will be compelled to sacrifice his high-
I ; grade stock of diamonds, watches,
, Jewelry, silverware, etc., at public auc-
! ''i' tlon, regardless of cost. The stock
!' is a very carefully selected one, and this
jr ' will be a rare opportunity to secure any
f article out o'f the ytock at a greatly re-
' duced price. Tho Bale will commence
' Saturday. Oct 22nd, at 2:30 and 7 p. in"
nnd a 111 continue at theso hours until
i, everything, Including fixtures, are sold.
J Messrs. Sinclair and Gabriel, who
i have a national reputation aa Jewclery
1 i 1 auctioneers, and who made such a suc
cess or Mr. Hall's last sale, have been
'lv especially engaged to conduct this sale.
! Cause of Lockjaw,
j. Lockjaw, or tetanus, is caused by a
j : bacillus or germ which exists plentl-
I fully in street dirt. It Is Inactive so
long as exposed to the air, but -when
j carried beneath the skin, as in the
wounds caused by percussion caps or
by rusty nails, and when the air Is ex
I eluded the germ is roused to activity
nnd produces the most virulent poison
j known. These germs may be destroyed
and . all danger of lockjaw avoided by
applying Chamberlain's Pain Balm
freely as soon as the injury is received.
Pain Balm Is an antiseptic and causes
i such Injuries to heal without matura-
(, tlon and in one-third the time required
by tho usual treatment. It is for sale
' by all leading druggists,
lie Was Tried in
Utah for Murder
H. H. Pearson Has a Hot Time Dodging-
His Former Attorney in
The story of an Ineffectual attempt to
arrest on board a steamer at Honolulu a
man tried for murder In Utah In lSeo, Is
told In a recent number of tho Pacific
Commercial Advertiser, published In Hon
olulu. Tho attempted arrest was not on
account of the alleged murder. In a direct
way, but was the result of tho man's
failure to pay tho lawyer who defended
him at tho trial.
The culprit was IT. II. Pearson, and
the attorney who sworo out the warrant
against him at Honolulu was Judgo
Henry 13. Hlchton, formerly of San
Francisco. Hiuhton claims that In 1SS6
ho was llvlncr at the Baldwin hotol In
San Francisco, which was at that lime
kept by H.'lL Pearson's father. The
youncer Pearson was then on a cattle
ranch Jn Utah. Pearson and a compan
ion made a trip from tho ranch to the
town of Provo, and It is aliened that
during a period of intoxication Pearson
shot and killed his companion. He w;ls
arrested and triod for murder before
.Tnrl Tfnnrlnrcnn ll,r. i.rnur..itlnn lin vlnrr
been handled by Jtulgo "W. IT. Dickson.
Judgo Hlghton says ho was asked by
Pearson's father and mother to so to
Utah to defend their son. and that he
went to Utah and expended several thou
sand dollaru on tho case, for no part of
which was he ever reimbursed. Tho trial
lasted for seven week's nnd tho result
was a verdict of involuntary man
slaughter, sentence having been suspend
ed for ono year. This gave Pearson hl3
According to the Honolulu newspaper.
Pearwon for some tlmo led an adventur
ous life In tho Pacific Islands, but moro
recently has been In tho employ of an
Kastom bank, from which ho Is accredit
ed with receiving a largo salary. On tho
occasion of his attempted arrest at Hono
lulu he was on tho way to San Francisco
from a trip around tho world. Ho had
mado a great display of wealth on board
tho steamer, It Is said, and when Judgo
Hlchton heard of this ho determined to
make an effort to secure the monoy so
long duo him for legal services. He ad
dressed a noto to Pearson and sent It to
tho stcjimor by a dotcctlvo as soon as
tho vessel arrived at Honolulu. Tho ad
dressee claimed to havo no knowledge of
Judge Hlchton, saying it was a caso of
mistaken identity. Then Hlghton wont
ho declared was his former client. Tho
Judco was whisked up town In a hack,
papers wero secured and a doputv sheriff
went to the steamer to arrest Pearson.
But no Pearson was to bo found. Tho
stateroom, for which ho had paid $400
extra to be In a particular location, was
vacant- The vessel was searched from
stem to stern and from top to bottom,
tho officers oven going with tho steamer
until the pilot was dropped, but Pearson
was not apprehended, nor was the slight
est clue to his whereabouts obtained. Tho
deputy sheriff loft a copy of the sum
mons with a man who was temporarily
occupying Pear ion's stateroom.
Judgo Dickson, when asked lust night In
regard to the Pearson murder case, said he
remembered It very well, although ho
could not recall the namo of the man who
was killed. Pearson and this young man
had been on a epreo together, and the
killing was tho result of a drunken quar
rel. Pearson was tried at Provo, and
Judge Hlghton defended him alone, so far
as the legal work was concerned. Friends
put in good work for tho accused, how
over, and tho Jury, largely In consideration
of tho showing that both young men wero
very drunk when tho killing occurred, dis
played mercy to tho extent of finding
Pearson guilty only of voluntary man
slaughter Tho Juugo has heard nothing
concerning Pearson slnco ho was par
doned, very soon after the trial.
O j&. JE3 X" O 31 X JL. .
Beam the si a nd You Hare Alrtars Bought
ATTIAS OUT ON BOND.
Western Federation of Miners Be
comes Surety for Greek Physician.
Dr. P. G. P. Attlas was arrested yester
day morning by Deputy Sheriff Booth on
tho charge of practicing medicine without
a license, preferred against him by Leon
Skllrls. Skllrls Is this man whose income
by handling Greek laborers for tho
smelters and railroads Is imperiled by tho
fact that the Greeks have organized and
are now allied with the Western Federa
tion of Miners. This has been largely ac
complished through Attlas, acting In con
junction vrlth A- W. Charter of tho fed
eration. Dr. Attlas was released last evening on
bonds furnished bv the American Federa
tion of Labor. Ho was arrested In his
apartments In a First South street lodging-house.
Mr. Charter was with him at
the time. Dr. Attla-s and tho deputy pro
ceeded at onco to the county Jail, whero
Dr. Attlas. remained until a meeting of
tho officers of tho federation In this city
was called. Then he was taken to Bing
ham, whero he appeared before J. J. "Wil
liams, the Justlco of tho Peaco befoio
whom Skllrls sworo out his warrant.
Concerning his arrest and the allegations
that ho has been hiding, Dr. Attlas said:
"I havo no cause to fear this trumped
up charge. It Is made with a vlow to bin
der me In my work with the organization
of the Greeks. It was a last resort. I
moved to tho rooms where I was arrested
In order that I might bo able. to finish
certain work In connection with this or
ganization, work wmcn must bo dono
without possibility of hindrance.
"So far as Skllrls Is concerned, ho la
welcome to bring up anything he can find
against me. I havo no causo to fear the
publicity of my past history. I hppc ho
does not fear tho samo thing, for If he
does, things may turn out unplcasantlv
for him. I can oay this: Skllrls's connec
tion with the labor problem In Utah Is now
subject to searching investigation and
action will follow this investigation.
"I will further say that neither this ar
rest nor any other steps which Skllrls and
tho Deseret Is'ows may chooso to attempt
will atop my work In behalf of my coun
trymen." A. "W. Charter was equally vigorous In
hla assertions as to Dr. Atlias's connec
tion with tho organization work. "The ar
rest," said he. "was mado as a result of a
warrant sworn out by Skllrls. and the
warrant was Issued to hurt Dr. Attlas
with his countrymen and with tho officers
of tho federation. In regard to the latter
It has signally failed. And, so far as the
Greeks aro concerned, I personally know
that many proffers of assistance In the
way of bail camo to Dr. Attlas during the
day. These, however, he refused, pre
ferring to gain his liberty through th
bond which the federation will furnish "
Dr. Attlas's ball was fixed last evening
at $100 cash This was Immediately fur
nished by tlm officials of tho Western
Federation of Labor, who accompanied
him to Bingham, where the arraignment
Dentists Elect Officers.
The Salt Lako Denial society held Its
regular annual meeting "Wednesday eve
ning at the Commercial club. !A very
pleasant evening was passed during which
several of tho members mado brief ad
dresses and Dr. "W. L. Ellorbeck gave an
Interesting review of tho work of the Na
tional Dentrnl congress held recently at
St. Louis. The following officers were
elected to servo for tho ensuing vear:
President. A. C. "Wherry; vice-president
vy. L. Kllerbcck; second vice-president,
C. .W. Gates; secretary, F. "W. Meakln:
treasurer. "W. C. Green. Dr. E. Van Cott
was elected to fill a vacancy on the board
of censors. " .
IS TAKER UP
Argument May Last, a
Hearing Takes Place Before
Judge Marshall in Fed
eral Court. .
Harris & Co, of Omaha Claim the De
fendant Misapplied Funds for
Purchase of Cattle.
4- . . '
Cases Set for Today. .
-f- DISTRICT COURT.
Division No. 1-Judgo Hall.
-f Probato day.
f Division No. 2 Judge Stewart.
4- No court.
Division No. 2 Judgo Morse.
4- No court
DIvlBlon No. 3 Judgo Lowls.
Joseph Hartley vs. Aaron Garrlde.
Civil division Judgo Tanner.
Utah National bank vs. Hayes
Stolzenbcrgcr vs. Ncllsen. -f
Arguments In the' caso of Harris & Co.
of Omaha vs. Jamos Chipman of this
city wero begun yesterday morning in tho
United States District court. The testi
mony was taken during tho summer, be
foro S. H. Lewis, Master in Chancery,
and It is expected that the attorneys will
occupy a week in presenting arguments.
R. "W. Brcckcnrldgo of Omaha, who, with
A. L. Hoppaugh of this city, represents
tho plaintiffs, occupied tho entlro day yes
terday and had not finished when court
adjourned shortly before b o'clock. Mr.
Breckenrldge will rosumo his argument
Readers of The Tribune aro familiar
with the case of Harris & Co vs. Chip
man, as It has been ono of long stand
ing, and the plaintiff has already been
granted a judgment of f230O against tho
What Plaintiffs Claim.
Tho plaintiff claims that in tho years
1E59-1&CO It deposited a largo sum of
money with James Chipman, bankor, of
American Fork, to pay for cattlo which
were to be shipped to It by Its gonts,
Bradsbaw Bros, of American Fork. Tho
cattle wore to bo shipped to Harris & Co.
and draftn to cover their cost mado upon
tho fiiim placed to tho firm's credit with
the Chipman bank. Plaintiff claims that
Mr. Chipman knew of tho arrangement
between Harris & Co. and Bradsbaw
Bros., but allowed Bradshaw Bros, to
check upon tho Harris & Co. fund for
their personal use to the sum of $76,000,
and this sum Harris & Co. now seek to
recover from James Chipman.
City Wins in Paving- Case.
Salt Lake City won its caso against T.
"W. Jennings and other property owners
on Final street, 111 Judgo Hall's court yes
terday. This was tho suit which tho
property owners brought to get an in
junction restraining Salt Lako City and
tho City Treasurer from carrying on the
paving of First street, on the ground that
they could not afford tho assessment.
Tho street Is now paved and open to
traffic. It was urged by tho City Attor
ney, In arguing tho case, that tho street
railway company has refused to puve the
car tracks on account of tho pult that
has been pending for so long. On this
ground tho court denied the Injunction
and dismissed the case ut the defendants'
RIO GRANDE IS ENJOINED.
Judge Hall Permanently Restrains
Company Prom Closing' Street.
Property owners on Fourth "West haye
finally been successful in their efforts to
block the Improvements -which tho Rio
Grande Western Railway company was
going to make in that part of tho city.
Judce Hu.ll yesterday mado the tem
porary Injunction, which was Issued some
time aco to restrain the company from
closing up that street, a permanent one.
This ends a lone and determined fight
which the property owners have mado
against the proposed work which tho Rio
Grande would havo had to do in order to
build a new depot. Tho grunting of tho
franchise by tho Council was bitterly
contested, and when this endeavor proved
to be futile the mattor was taken to the
courts on tho cround that the closing
of the street would Injure tho property
owners. A temporary Injunction was
granted and the affair was allowed to
rest for a while. But tho case camo up
to be disposed of yesterday and that In
junction was mado permanent.
It is made against the Rio Grande
Western Railway company and the City
Council of Salt Lake. It forbids the
former from closlnc the said street and
It forbids the Council to allow tho com
pany to close It.
Theodore Paulos of this city and Wil
liam D. Myers of Eureka filed petitions
In bankruptcy yesterday in Judgo Mar
shall's court The liabilities of tho former
are $503.49 and his assets JS0, while the
assets of the latter are J2o and lil lia
Joseph II. Nuttal, formerly of Che
shire county, England, now of Salt Laka
City, was yesterday admitted to citizen
ship by Judge Lewis.
in a suit to recover on a promissory
note George Williams was awarded a
Judgment by Judge Lewis yesterday for
$37.GL &7.G2. SM.G7, JTD.W, 111.91, J237.$r0, a
total of JiSi'.W.
In the suit of E. M. West &. Co. vs.
A. J. Cronln, to recover money on a
promissory note. Judgo Lewis yesterday
found for the defendant.
Complaint has been laid against H. L,
Nelson and Joseph Rowberry to recover
JSOO duo the State of Utah. Tho defend
ants went ball in that sum for Gcorgo
A. Bate?, who was arrested by tho
Sheriff of Tooelo county for grand lar
cciiyt Bates Jumped his ball and tho de
fendants up to date havo not paid It,
and Rowberry has gone to Idaho, whero
he now resides.
Judge Lewis gave a judgment for Sam
uel Stlllman yesterday, awarding him
Judgment for $294.24 from tho Century
Gold Mining and Milling company. Tho
action was brought to recover the money
which the plaintiff had lent to tho de
May AVlllIams Kirk was granted a di
vorce from William A. Kirk yesterdav by
Judge Hall on the cround of desertion.
The married llfo of this couplo lasted for
one month and thrco .davg. They wero
marrltd In Fannlnton on April 2, 02,
ANOTHER onso of smallpox has been
reported to 'tho Board of Health: Myrllo
Luff, twolve-ytiar-old daughter of Sarah
Luff, 274 F street. Thero was one caso of
diphtheria reported yesterday: Edna Mul
llkln. aged 13. daughter of W. A. Mulllkln,
139 North Third West. Three caucs of
typhoid: Grover Weller. aged 20, SC M
Mtroet; A. G. Johnson. 83C South Eighth
East, and Wlnnlo Shlngleton, rear 1K
South Fifth West.
A MISSION conference will bo held at
tho Swedish Evangelical Free Mission
church on Seventh East street, between
Seventh and Eighth South Btreela, com
mencing tonight at 7:43 p. m., continuing
Saturday night at 7 o'clock and Sunday at
S.30 and 7:45 p. m. Tho mctlngs will bo
good and interesting, and Scandinavians
are cordially Invited to attend.
PRESIDENT FRANK J. HAGEN
BARTH of xho National Livestock asso
ciation has sent out a circular letter to
tho members of the association recom
mending a partial reorganization. Ho
says that tills should bo dono upon lines
that will pormlt of more practical and ex
tensive work than has been accomplished
THE Sh-rlffs officers aro looking tor
some responsible person to take charge
of tho 7-year-old son of Mrs. Wolfiey of
Murray. She Is said to havo beaten tho
boy with a board and turned him out of
doors to sleep.
BARRATT HALL wn3 crowded yester
day on tho occasion of Frederick Wardc's
lecture under tho auspices of tho L. D. S.
university. His subject was tho wit, wis
dom and characters of Shakespeare, and
was handled In Mr. Wnrdo's best style on
tho themo of which ho Is such an ablo
Interpreter. His discourse on this occa
sion was fully up to his standard iuid
was greatly appreciated by tho audloncc.
B. F. MYERS reported to tho pollco
yesterday that he bad lost a valuable
leather suit caso containing a suit of
clothes and other wearing apparel, from
his room at 135 East Second South. Tho
property Js supposed to havo been stolen
and tho pollco aro making an Investiga
tion. EARLY laot evening a thief opened a
show caso In front of tho Mercantllo
block on Third South, near Main strcot,
nnd carried away a number of combs and
hair switches, tho property of Mrs. Anna
Tanner, a hnlrdrosBer. A description of
the stolen property was given to tho
REPORT camo to pollco headquarters
last ovcnlng that a Mrs. Troxall. residing
at SOG East First South, had lost a val
uable diamond ring. A neighbor's child
is said to havo stolen the ring and tho
woman asked tho police to assist her In
recovering her property. A complaint
charging tho youth with robbery may bo
THE local chapter of the Daughters of
the Confederacy will meet at 2:30 o'clock
this afternoon nt tho residence of tho
president, Mrs. George H. Wood, at 6&
East Third South street. All Southorn
ladles aro cordially Invited to bo present.
This Is tho anniversary of the chapter's
founding, and tho annual election of of
ficers will bo held at this time.
ATTORNEY-GENERAL BREEDEN. L.
R. Rogers and State Sheep Inspector
Jesso Smith Were at Tooelo yesterday at
tending the trial of the caso In which
sheep owners aro suing the local Inspec
tor and his deputy for $1000 damages nl
lcged to havo boon sustained by sheep
having been kept Illegally in quarantine
Tho Stato officials aver that tho inspec
tors wero only performing their duty un
der tho law. On account of tho unusual
character of the suit Its outcome Is being
watched with no Uttlo Interest by those
Interested in tho sheep industry.
The one place for comfort and ele
gance. Fireproof: telephones In every
room; modern In every way.
ROCK SPRINGS "PEACOCK" COAL
Hot Stuff. Try It.
Central Coal & Coke Co., 142 So. Main.
Both 'phones, 2600; 6G W 2nd South, both
Burton Cool & Lumber Co.
Coal, lumber, cement. Telephone 80S,
Public Long-Distance Telephones,
"With sound-proof booths. Telephone
building, State street, city.
PACKING PLANT BURNS.
No Water Was Available, and the
Firemen Were Helpless.
Knight & Co.'s pncklng plant at North
Salt Lako burned early yesterday morn
ing, with a loss amounting to nearly $15
000. Owing to the fact that the wator
supply was cut off. tho llro department
was unablo to do much toward checking
tho flames, and tho entlro plant was rav
aged by tho blase. The origin of tho fire
Is a mystery and the officials of the com
pany suspect that It was tho work of
Wator Was Cut Off.
Shortly after 4 o"clock yesterday morn
ing a quarryman residing near Beck's Hot
Springs telephoned to tho central station
that tho packing plant was on fire. Vp
paratus was immediately sent to tho
scene, but upon arriving iho firemen dis
covered that thero was no water. The
plant supply had been cut oft tho night
before and tho fire laddies were compelled
to stand and watch the devastation
Speaking of tho loss, Manager West said
yesterday afternoon. "Tho wholo plant
Is destroyed. The buildings and corrals
wero valued at $10.00), and tho contents
at about $7000. Thero Is omo Insurance
but Just how much I am unablo to state'
The loss over and above Insurance vlli
amount to between JC000 and S7000."
Arson Is Suspected.
Manager Papwortli of tho slaughter
house was tho last person to leave tho
property, so far as Is known. Ho came
away about S o'clock, and at that time
everything scorned to be In good order
Tho officials Intimated that they suspect
Incendiarism and aro conducting a thor
and on May d in tho samo year, tho de
fendant left his wlfo and has lived apart
from her ever since. She was allowed
the right to rcsumo her maiden namo of
Phoebo Evans has filed a petition In ihn
probato division of the District court
asklnc that she bo made ndmlnlstratrlv
of thu estate of William Evans, who dh'li
2nJun,"? 10' YM1- 'rh0 e3tat0 18 valued at
$3000, all real estate, and there aro eleven
heirs. Tho dato for the hearinc Is No
THE PEOPLE ALL
In Chorus Cried, Give TJs Nowbro'a
This word of late has been In overy
one'a mouth, and many are wonderlrm
what tho word slirnlflca, though no ono
has yet been found, who will deny that
NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE does the -work.
Well, for the information of thousands of
people who like to know all about a good
thing, we would say that HERPICIDE
means, a destroyer or killer of "Herpoa."
Now "Herpes '1b tho family name of a
disease caused by various vegetable par
asites. A similar microbe causes dan
druff. Itching scalp, and falling hair thl
Is the mlcrobo that NEWBRO'S HERPI
CIDE promptly destroys; after which tho
hair grows. Bold by leading druggists.
Bond 10a. in stamp for snmplo to Th
Herpicide Co., Detroit, Mich
PITIES THE POOR
Returned Watch and
Would Be D-d If He Would
Take a Man's Last
Suspected Crook Abuses tho Officers
When They Undertake to
Salt Lake has a highwayman who Is
In truth "tho poor man's friend." Phi
lanthropists, Presidential candidates and
others havo claimed this tltlo, but nono
Is moro dcsorvlng than tho tender-hearted
thug, who on Wednesday night re
fused to tako 51.50 from a well-known
merchant of this city, thinking that ho
was robbing a poor man. Tho tale reads
llko a myth or a "plpo" from tho brain
of somo overworked "penny-dreadful" au
thor, but It is in reality a truth.
Reported to Corless.
A Salt Lako grain dealer who refused
to glvo his namo, reported to Officer Cor
less that ho had been "stuck up" early
Wednesday evonlng near tho corner of
First North and First West ctreots. Tho
man was on his way home, attired In
his working cloihos and his cash assets
consisted of but $LW. When the highway
man, who Is described as the samo woll
drcsscd, gentlemanly fellow who has
turned several tricks In this city of late,
completed tho search of his victim's pock
ets and found but J1.D0. ho hesitated a
moment beforo appropriating tho money.
"You wouldn't take tho last dollar a
poor man had, would you?" Inquired tho
grain dealer, as tho hold-up gazed at tho
two nleroQ nt silver In flm tnnrnllrVil
Gavo Back the Watch..
"No. I'll be d d If I would," replied
tho thug as ho slipped tho coins back
in his victim's overcoat pocket. "I won't
tako your watch, either," ho continued,
and roturncd tho timepiece, which he had
In tho oxcltemcnt of the moment tho
merchant failed to find tho money In hK
overcoat and until yesterday morning sup
posed tho thug was merely "stalling"
when ho pretended to return the cash.
Howover, ho later discovered the colnn
and now declares that the hold-up Is ono
of tho best fellows ho ever met
Suspect Was "Mean."
Pollco Officor Simpson yesterday arrest
ed a man giving tho name of Paul
Hughes, who Is being hold on suspicion
of having: been Implicated In some of the
hold-ups and burglaries that havo beon
committed of late. Hughes was very mean
when placed under arrest and refused to
glvo his name at headquarters. When
"sweated" ho became very angry and
abused tho officers roundly. Ho proudly
asserted that ho had not worked for sev
eral months and explained mot he made
a "pleco of money" occasIon;ufy by play
ing a piano In houses of lll-firSi). Ho will
bo given a scvera cross-questioning today.
Via Oregon Short Line.
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St Louis and return via Chicago.. 48.75
Through Pullman sleepers via Union
Pacific and "Wabash lines.
Tickets on sale Tuesdays and Fridays
each week. See agents for particulars.
City Ticket Office 201 Main St.
The Lincoln (Neb.) Journal says of Mrs.
W. W. Anness, formerly a teacher In
tho Lowell school and a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. C. D. Helkes: "Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Anness of Palmyra wero In tho
city yesterday on tho way to Omaha to
hear Senators Fairbanks and Dolllvcr
speak In tho evening. Mr. Anness spoko
highly of Otoo county's Republican tick
et tho legislative part of which Is unani
mous for Burkett for Senator, and paid
a most glowing tribute to L. J. McBrlen,
candidate for State Superintendent.''
Gcorgo Wilson of Mercur underwent an
operation for appendicitis at the Kcogh
Wrlght hospital yesterday. All Indications
aro that tho operation was entlrelv suc
cessful and that tho patient will recover
J. J. Maby of Marlon. Ida., was operated
on for gull stono at tho Keogh-Wrlght
hospital yesterday. Tho operation was
qulto serious, but tho patient was resting
easy last night and his early recovery Is
Jcsslo M. Parlton of tho Cincinnati Post
In visiting In this city for a few davs, a
guest at tho Wilson hotel
James Lcnry. who has Just returned
from a trip on livestock business through
southern Idaho and northern Utah, re
ports that Eastern shipments aro light.
Tho SL Anthony country, he says, has
gone In for ling raising and tho general
3tock outlook Js good.
I. W. Reese, a stockman of twenty
years' experience, said yesterday that the
range fesd In western Wyoming this year
is tho best for many years. Stock gen
erally 5s thriving In that part of tho
country, especially lambs.
T.e Roy Soulhmayd of Great Falls,
Mont., a well-known mining and stock
man, with heavy interests throughout tho
northern part of his State, Is at the Ken
yon. Ho Is on his way cast.
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Blblo left ves
torday for a visit to the East. They will
go first to Colorado Springs, thenco to
Chicago and other larger cities. As thoy
wero married but a short time ago this
will bo their wedding trip, and while
away they wlK visit various relatives.
J. E. Darmcr returned yesterday from
tho May Day mine with tho satisfactory
announcement that the ore body Is still
Improving. Two cars of ore valued ut
from 5700 to $S00 -were loaded yesterday.
Cars aro nard to get and the scarcity la
expected to continue until after the move
ment of sugar beets is over.
From Canada comes tho news that Mr.
and Mrs. B. S. Young havo recently wel
comed a boy baby to their home.
Isn't there anybody else
in the tea business but Schil
ling? Yes, a dozen, two dozen,
Said to Be Willing to Give the Mayor
Anything: to Get Him
Rumors of combinations against Chief
of Pollco William J. Lynch In tho Council
arc thicker than winter molasses. Not
only Is It sold that four Republicans aro
ready to unite with tho Mayor in making
a Democratic Chief, but the names of
Black, Davis, Neuhauscn and Hobday aro
mentioned In connection therewith. it
somo of tho local politicians are to uo
credited with Insldo Information, the qunr
tctto Is willing to sacrifice Water Super
intendent Hlncs and Porkkceper Erlckson
to win tho Mayor over. , , .
Tho only one of the four who could bo
reached last night was Councilman Hob
day and he was emphatic in his denials.
"It Is a llo!" ho said. "I am for Lynch.
Of tho Democrats, Councilman Barnes
Is supposed to bo the leader In tho strug
glo for Lynch's scalp, Thoy mako the
charge that tho Chief of Pollco has been
guilty of pernicious activity In politics.
It Is charged that ho spends tlmo toward
helping his political friends which would
bo better spent in paying a stricter atten
tion to his duties as head of tho pollco de
partment. Lynch is accused of putting In
a great part of his tlmo Instructing his
meu and all those over whom he may navu
Infiuonco as Chief of Police to vote for his
brother-in-law. John C. Cutler Tho op
ponents of tho Chief claim that the ten
derloin votp Is being coerced on bchnlt of
(he Republican ticket
Inoffielenov. It Is understood. In tho
charge which the Republicans arc going to
prefer against Lynch. Thoy claim that ho
Is responsible for tho freedom with which
crimes aro being committed in Salt Lake
City at present, on tho ground that they
could not happen If the police department
was properly directed and led.
Card of Tlianks.
I wish to thank the friends nnd
neighbors who assisted so kindly during
my sad bereavement.
WM. T. HART.
Royal Bread Is pure; every loaf bears
our label with the crown. At all
grocers and firat-class restaurant.
Pullman Observation Cars
Are still being operated between Ogden
and Denver via Colorado Midland. All
the mountains In daylight. Diverse
rcuto tickets cost no more. Sco that
ticket read3 at least one -way via Col
SALT LAKE THEATER Concert by
Emma Lucy Gates and tho Salt Lako
Symphony Orel stra.
GRAND THEATER "Tho Sign of the
Four," a dramatization of Conan Doyle's
novel of that name.
Ono of Utah's most gifted singers was
heard In Salt Lake last night. An audi
ence, large, but not so largo as the con
cert deserved, listened with delight to
Emma Lucy Gates. Sho received an en
thusiastic welcome. In that welcome was
oxprcsscd admiration for a girl of Utah, a
girl of talent who with commendable am
bition has prepared herself for a notable
Miss Gatea's numbers wero sufficiently
varied to reveal all tho qualities of her
voice, ranging as they did from grand
opera selections to a lively French Bong.
Hor range was shown In the aria from
"Lucia de Lammermoor." as was tho pur
ity of all hor tones, the trilling being clear
and sweet and admirably done. The qual
ity of brilliancy was best shown in tho
French song. "La Feo aux Chansons." An
East Indian song, quaint and fantastic,
wnu ViT-lfh lvr rAnilnpml thn- ....... ,.l
vaclty In tho humorous number, "To My
First -Love," though this was not ono of
the most pleasing. In songs that depend
much upon expression, upon the manifes
tation of tender feeling, Miss Gates was
not so satisfying. In "L'Enfant" and the
"Serenade," by Gounod, sho did not mani
fest tho expected warmth and fervor.
There was a certain coldnuss in her tones
In these songs that may havo been due to
a diffidence that held her archness and
warmth In reserve. It Is a trying experi
ence for an artist to come beforo a homo
audience. Its inlluenco often enforces a
restraint of feeling that Is not checked
elsewhere. There was ,a noticeable de
mureness In tho young singer's manner
last night, which, whllo charming to see,
may have Indicated a lack of perfect con
trol, duo to tho very fact that sho was
among friends, friends who expected so
much of her. There was manifest a sense
of sureness, however. In her closing num
ber, the "Mlchacla" aria from "Carmen,"
in which her rare volco was swcot and
strong and sho was the artist triumphant,
Sho had been enthusiastically applauded
for every number, but at tho close of tho
"Carmen" selection camo a storm that
would not bo stilled until she went to the
piano and to her own accompanlmont
sang "The Bloom is on tho Rye."
Tho Symphony orchestra was an organ
ization to be proud of last night. With a
strength of forty mombors it furnished
enough music to show that It Is capable
of great things. Its "Oberon" overture
was delightful, to many undoubtedly tho
most delightful of Its numbers. Tho unlquo
"Slavonic Dance" was admlrablv glvon.
the "Ronde D' Amour" was so daintily nnd
captlvatlngly played that the orchestra
had to repeat it, tho selection from "Tho
Queen of Sheba." with tho buzzing of tho
bees, charmed, and tho march, "Pomp and
Circumstance,-" stirred and oxhllorated.
Mr. Flashman's fiuto obllgato for MJss
Gates's "Serenade." was very sweet. Mr.
Shophord accompanied Miss Gates In her
songs, faultlessly, of course.
Rev. Mr. Goshen mado an earnest ox
hortatlon for support of tho orchestra,
and as ho had a good anecdoto which ho
could not very well use In tho pulpit, ho
took tho opportunity to send It among Uio
people from tho stage.
Jano Corcoran, supported by Andrew
Robson, will bo at tho Salt Lako Theater
tonight In tho charming play, "Pretty
Patrons who visited tho Grand last even
ing In tho hopo of seeing a pleasing pre
sentation of "The Sign of tho Four" were
not disappointed. In tho dramatization
soveral liberties are taken with the play
ns written by Conan Doyle, but thoy do
not detract In tho least from Its interest
There Is too much horse plav in one or
two of tho acts, tho love-making of Mrs
Hudson in the second and the sccno be
tween Mordecal Smith and his wlfo In tho
closing act being altogether tiresome. On
tho whole however, tho play was capably
presented and the interest of tho audience
was held to the close Truo S James In
tho role of Sherlock Holmes hardly camo
up to tho Ideal as far as tho physical man
was concerned, but did not fall short In
the other requirements for the part Mtei
Mabel Randolph in the rolo of WltrcVnn
was an able assistant to tho great dctec
tivo and was generously applauded by the
audience. Miss Carrlo Lo Moyne as Mrs
Shotto Is not only attractive In appear
ance, but on the. wholo one or the . most
capablo members of tho company v
man R Field as Dr. John Watson; Walter
Goodrich, as Athcloy Jones; Frank Movnl
han, as Jonathan Small; C. S. Coons n
Maj. Shotto; Miss Graco Turner, as Ma?f
Martson, and Miss Marian Drew were tru
other members of the company, each of
whom did his or her full share In making
the play tho success it was. "The ShVn
of the Four" will be presented again to
night, tomorrow night and at the Satur
day matinee. mr
Expert piano tuner and repairer P o
box 905. 'Phone Carstensen &' Anion
Murray Farmers Tk
of Delay, ; y
Two Hundred Were Pre A, 6E
at the Meeting HeM: (
Yesterday. ; Sp
Thoy Resolved to Levy ,n ' t
mcnt of 10 Cents Per
and Begin Suit,. S
At a meeting of :oo faiim
smoke-damaged district in th vL?
neighborhood, held yesterday h SwP
ray ward mccllng-housc, !(n falM
with tho smelter manngers WCleT? 'Jm1
off and tho citizens decided t0 Jgl
lorneys at once lo prosecute fZU
for damages or to enjoin Mir . "
nine A,, assessment J l ife?
upon tholr holdings was levied TcS&
land owners who agreed to entiS? - , t
arrangement, to ralso Uiu fViaf.fcs,s 1
drcd dollars wero raised o a il .S1 j
citizens' committee, which 1 a l
f erring with tho smelter ,f. &fdb:
ont times during the summer i Soil
Idea of Inducing them to" 34 flU i
for the relief of tho farmers m nt
Untied and charged with thVJiS W . if
?iy.CttIl,E th lesal &?gP2
Boasted tho Companies, fe
Tho meeting was a very vtk. ,., ldSjr
largo proportion of the cItlzeM & t
making speeches, some of Kw? &
warm as the smelter smoko whlrtV
scorched tho Murray vegciallS
this Instanco the smelter corawitr
roasled. The promised wrlUet?
mcnt of tho smelter managers wF! i
sonted to the meeting, but it ttX I
small consideration, it was mIsv
that this so-called agreement mm
agreed to undertake what th 2 1 M
people promised to have A
some tlmo ago It was regarded li ' M
ono moro play for time, and thefti I U
wore of the opinion that they.fciU ' Oi
fcred enough already by needlea&sT i I"
what the Companies Prop:. Js
Tho written agreement submitted tj. S
land owners by the soveral smtltiya' I
corns at Munay and Bingham Jccfa I
proposed that a body of expert' irj
bo appointed for tho purpose ofeun I Co
lng Into the conditions at tha rrb Wfo
smelting plants, and Into tho kconts
proposed methods for eontrolllc? Izi !?a
for tho purposo of rcroinmendl.tf t'f, WJOpc
smoltors, either collectively or srtm 5e&,t
some feasible plan to be adopted jjS e'j-fd
smelters jointly or severally forti r,
trol of tho fumes, the smelter cosj 1 7
agreeing io auopi any pian TcnxzcH urum
by tho body of experts if It hcra!dp StW-
commercially feasible. iitrbc
Smelters to Pay Expense.
The committee was given the prli&y iLiolt!
of naming one of the number cccjas Lj ,
tho body of experts, and tliLs bc-irlic-
pected to make the most thorourSl RSJ 1
tlgatlon possible, the smelters prcri waste
to render any and all aid wltbi tk ifxkic
power to mako tho investlgatlen r;rt h
and successful and to pay tho r.tou- PZ
penso If the citizens so desire TUr llwrtfl
posnl was signed by tho Utah C4 i&od
dated Mining company, by R. II Qd
nlng, Jr.; United States Smellier m- JS
pany, by C. K Allen; Bingham 0 'fls;
and Golil Mining company, by Dai June
MacVichlo: American Smelting aaiE !
Ing company, bv (' "U' Whitley ft
HOTEL HALLO, ifeJed
Comer Third South nnd State.
The management of the Hotel EiS
announce the completion of Nei
nex. which will allow the accocnA M6j
tlon of many more guests. The I mjloi
has ben renovated throughout Eoca l153a
single and en suite. American ari ft It
ropean. Inquire for rates. mm 4
To Photographers and Kodalei Q I
"Wo carry a full lino of supplies. 1
only exclusive house here. D'Im "
and llnishlnp;. Third South and i!J- ".m
Salt Lake Photo Supply Co. lj I
Fire Drill at the Theater. p
Forty-flvo seconds after tho We 55 UtM
thevcentral lira station sounded tnaa-jj
yesterday aftornoon, tho firemts f-, .
waiting at tho stngo entrance of t
Lako Theater with a lino of how iw UTi
begin operations. Thirty seconds Iy
alarm was turned In every " X A
house had been thrown wldo ow -
fireproof asbestos curtain rung dosu S
tho largo ventilator on the roof QP' I
allow tho smoko to escape if the
been any. , ... iHIb
Tho occasion was a test drill R'SJBll Ife
Manager Pypcr for die benefit oi v..
dent Joseph F. Smith and other t'
era of tho Institution to show n.06'
theater Is protected in caso ot "f; "MBi tu
exhibition moro tlian pleased tw vSaFj;
tors and all agreed that thero .tftMBfcZT
any chanco for a conflagration a m-K
structure. ,n afHnJ
A feature of tho test was Tf1l:
firemen from No. 2 station. -Vjjfc.p,
just four minutes for tho n0" ?!S3Pn&
the west sldo house to reach "S.yjiil
ter tho alarm was turned uKar?Jmf
from No. 2 station to tho Salt Log1 (
tor Is about three-quarters ofa. nwK.. .
WOMEN CAN KEEP YOS p
Ohio "Woman Tells tho Secret ttR
Explain. Youthful Looks of S
in Salt Lake City.
Mrs. Anna Patton. 34 Charles
Xenla. Ohio, in a recent Inlervie ,
the secret of how to grow yun "J, V J
though I am over sixty, I feel as
I was only twenty years old,
not seem possible that I am IM j
woman that I was a year ago. yJ Jtqj
suffered with my head all the tu
so much gas on my stomach
could hardly endure It and was Jjnti
troubled with a bad taste in m
and a coated tongue and wis so
that at times I could not ".lj,
clothes. I wan unable to to mi
but now after taking one tx 0 j
na, nature's cure for dyspepor5: ,
well woman and can do mj
well aa ever." , . ..i ncr
F. C. Schramm has the !oJJdrf I.
for Ml-o-na and has sold a s'e3,3P F'
of this remedy at 50c a box. fi
use today with F. C. Schraj
ise that he will pay for it Him"" .
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