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H pagbfoubteb THE SALT LAKE rargQGSnE. ' batotoat Momroro, November Sha '
I turned r !aces
Masked Han Holds Op
I Six Men Throw Up Their
Hands as They Look
' Xive Hundred lollar3 in Money and
! $1800 in Checks Secured
REDDING, Cal., Nov. 4 A masked
man armed with a pistol entered
Carter's saloon at Cottonwood this
morning and lined up Fix men with their
i faces to the wall and their hands over
their heads, while lie relieved them of
3E00 In cash and $1S00 In checks. As he
left the saloon the robber facetiously
remarked: "I hope you boys make a
Charles Emerson, one of the men who
was held up, has been arrested by the
town constable, who says Emerson
falsely told him there was a fight across
the street In order to gft him out of I he
way. Emerson, It Is charged, then sig
naled his partner.
A Itcddlng gambler Ir suspected of
tioJr.gr the actual hold- up work.
I1 BEAT HIS WIFF.
New York Man Falls Dead After
Abusing- a Woman.
' NEW YORK, Nov. 4. "Killed by
J beating his wife" Is the police explana
tion of the death of Salvatore Petrone
of No. 110 East One Hundred and Thlr
j tleth street. The woman, who, with an
Infant In her arms, fell unconscious
, across the threshold of another tenant,
Is in the Harlem hospital In a serious
condition Petrone's body was found In
j his own apartments, to which he had
I returned after having driven his family
through the halls of t he tenement
house. Mrs. Petrone was awakened by a blow
' on the head from the metal end of a
razor strop. Blow after blow followed
I upon her face and shoulders.
Seizing her baby, she fled screaming,
followed by the other children, to the
apartments of Mrs. Mary Procco. Pet
rone followed her, still raining blows
The woman tottered Into the Procco
rooms and dropped unconscious.
Salvatore returned to his own rooms
and died. Dr. Burns of the Harlem
hospital found no marks of violence cl
poison on the body, and ascribed the
man's death to heart disease.
I SAD WELCOME HOME,
bridal Couple Reach Family Resi
dence Just as Bride's Father Dies.
LANCASTER, Pa., Nov. -1. "While wed
ding bells were ringing merrily at Wayne
for Morris Flynn and his bride, the lat
ter's father was lying 111 at the point of
death at his home In this county.
At noon In St. Catherine's church, at
Wayne. Morris Flynn and Miss Carrol,
daughter of James Carrol, were married
by the Rov. Father O'Kcoic.
Directly after the ceremony the brldo
and groom started for tills city, Intending
to spend part of their honoymoon at tho
home of the brldo's father, at Bethesda.
It was a sad welcome home for tho young
bride, for just half an hour before she
I reached there her father had died sud
denly from a stroke of paralysis, with
; which he was attacked at the very hour
tho. wedding ceremony was being pcr
in faarked Grave
Long Search of an Aged Woman for
Lost Boy Is at Last Re
warded. NEW YORK, Nov. 4. Persistent
search for her grandson, which Mra
Julia Van Alstlne of Auburn, N. T., has
carried on unremittingly for three years
through the cities and towns of three
States, has ended pathetically In this
city. The gray haired woman learned
that the body of an unidentified suicide
burled In an unmarked grave by the
city was that of lcr missing grandchild.
She has secured an order to disinter the
body and bury It nt the side of the
boy's mother In a little cemetery near
Three years ago the boy, then 19
years old, disappeared from tho asylum
for the feeble minded at Rome, where
his- grandmother had placed him a year
before. Thousands of dollars had been
spent In the search and finally, having
given up hope of finding him alive, the
grandmother came here and, aided by
her son, canvosysed all the public Insti
tutions, carrying with her a photograph
of the boy.
Her search was rewarded at the
Bronx morgue, where the keeper recog
nized the picture as that of a boy who
had shot himself and then taken car
bolic acid In Bronx park July 21, 1004,
leaving nothing behind by which he
could be identified.
RACi WITH DEATH.
Son Overcomes Obstacles in Timo to
Reach Bedside of Dying- Mother.
BALTIMORE, Nov. 4. Shooting rap
Ids In a bark canoe loaded to the gun
wales, darting In the teeth of a terrific
snowstorm across Saranac lake, trav
eling miles overland through almost
trackless forests with his wife and
daughter from his Adirondack camp and
scaling mountain heights where death
lurked on both sides of the faint path,
Samuel H. Sessions, a wealthy nier
chant of this city reached the bedside
of his mother, Mrs. Hester Tumor Ses
sions, In time lor one last hour with her
before she died.
He hurried Into the house and fell on
his knees beside the dying woman, who
for days had fought Illness and great
age she was SI years old to keep her
hold on life for his coming.
"Mother," he cried, "do you know
"Yes. Sam I knew you would come,"
she whispered, slipping her hand into
his as he bent to kiss her.
Her voice grew weaker as the warn
ing Index swept about the dial, and
when the long hand had traveled once
around It rested on the minute of her
"Oh, my boy," she sighed. "I knew
you would come I knew no distance
could keep you from me I knew"
The church clock that struck the hour
rang forth her knell.
Mrs. Sessions was the widow of Au
gustus D. Sessions, who made his for
THIS WOMAN SMOKES.
She Likewise Chews Tobacco and
Does a Man's Wrok.
HARRISBURG, Pa., Nov. 4. A wo
man fireman, who stokes boilers In the
day and Is relieved by her husband at
night, and who chews and smokes to
bacco, Is one of the novelties at the
public filtration plant In course of con
struction in Hargest Island, In the Sus
quehanna river, opposite Harrlsburg.
This woman, who does a man's work,
lsvMrs. Annie Beixel, wife of Arthur
Belxel, and between them they keep
the engine going that pumps the water
from the ditches and furnishes it to the
Bclxey and his wife occupy a small
shed on the Island, and before. starting
work In the morning the woman pre
pares breakfast and does the necessary
housework. Her wages are collected by
her husband, and both are pooled for
H Children especially are fond of dainties
H and the housekeeper must look carefully
H to their food.
H As good cake can be made only with
H good eggs, so also a cake that is heaith-
H ful as well as dainty must be raised with
H a pure and perfect baking powder.
H Royal Baking Powder is indispensable
H in the preparation of the highest quality
H of food. It imparts that peculiar light-
H ness, sweetness and flavor noticed in the
H finest cake, biscuit, doughnuts, crusts, etc.,
H and what is more important, renders the
H food wholesome and agreeable to young
H and old.
, ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YORK.
WERE TOO LATE
Oaim Is Barred by
Supreme Court Decides the
Case of Felkner Vs.
Defendant Must Make an Accounting
for Property Sold Within Four
Years of Suit.
In the Supreme court yesterday nn
opinion was handed down modifying
the opinion Riven In March, 1901, In
the case of Felkner vs. Dooly. The
modified opinion was written by Jus
tice McCarty, and concurred In by
Justice Bartch. Chief Justice Baskln
Proceedings In this case have been
pending ever since the year 18S5. In
1SS3 W. A. Norton gave ft mortgage
to John E. Dooly on a two-thirds In
terest In the Charles Dickens mining
property In Idaho. He gave a mort
gage to W. S McCornlck on the other
one-third Interest, In June of the year
1SS4, he made a deed of conveyance
to Dooly of the mortgaged property,
and other mines In Idaho. In trust. He
also made his will, naming Dooly as
executor. Dooly was to take posses
sion of all Norton's property, turn It
Into money, , pay his debts, and hand
over the residue to Wilson and Marga
The present suit was brought by
William H. Felkner ct al, In January,
1900. The plaintiffs had bought up a
number of the claims against the Nor
ton estate and brought action to com
pel Dooly to give an account of his
trusteeship. Dooly replied, denying the
trust and pleading the statute of limi
tations In bar. The District court en
tered a Judgment dismissing the plain
The Supreme court, In March, 1904.
reversed the decision of the District
court. Justice Bartch, in delivering
the opinion, said- "When the defend
ant accepted the trust under the con
veyance from Norton, he at once be
came charged with the duty of man
aging and disposing of the property In
a careful and prudent manner for the
benefit of the ccstuy que trust the
beneficiaries. The property became a
trust fund and could not be diverted
from the objects of the trust."
In the modified opinion handed down
yesterday, Justice McCarty says that
the court adheres to the doctrines an
nounced In the first opinion, but that
the facts do not bring the entire case
within the rules.
"The time In which actions, such as
the one under consideration, may be
commenced, Is four years from the
time the cause of action accrues." In
this case the 'cause existed when the
plaintiffs and their assignors received
notice that Dooly claimed for himself
and not as trustee In this particular
property, and, "having failed to com
mence their action for more than four
years thereafter, the defense of the
statute of limitations must prevail as
to this particular fund."
As to the property that Is still un
accounted for, that Is In the trust.
Dooly is still to account to the credit
ors, this being funds received from
sales of other property, which came
Into his possession as trustee.
The case is remanded with directions
to the trial court tc r.'.odify and set
aside the Judgment.
Judge Lawls will conclude tho trial of
tlic State vs. Orson Hudson today.
Judge Stewart will not hold court until
Wednesday, October D.
Annln M Hodge was awarded a decree
of divorce yesterday by Judge Hall from
her husband. Thomas A. Hodge. Tho
ground for the action was failure to pro
vide. They were married at Salt Lake
City on February 17, 1SS0.
Judge Hall gavo Judgment for Carollno
R. Larson yesterday In her suit against
the North American Savings. Loan and
Building company, and Edward B.
Grave?, receiver. The action was brought
to uulet tltlo to certain real estate In
The decree was signed yesterday by
Judge Hall In tho case of F. G- Wood vs.
G. A. Glbbs et al . giving Judgment for
the plaintiff. This was a suit to forc
closo on a mortgage.
Judge Hall will not hold court today.
Judge Morso will have a setting of jury
cases In tho second division of tho Dis
trict court today.
Judge Tanner will not hold court today
In the civil division of tho City court.
WILL RETURN ORPHANS.
George Brodie of Arizona Will Gather
Up Forty "Waifs.
I PB.ESCOTT. Ariz,. Nov. 1. Attorney
General Wells of Arizona has received
a private letter from Phoenix stating
that Gov. Brodie has quietly left there
for Clifton and MorencI, under orders
from President Roowvelt, to gather up
tho forty orphans recently taken away
from the Sisters of Mercy, and to pre
pare at once to return them to New
York. The sisters claim that a majority
of the forty orphans are now in the cus
tody of disreputable people. The letter
received by Wella la the first authentic
information bearing on the movements
of the Governor, who left Phoenix with
out letting his purpose be known.
The Governor is raid to fear trouble
when he tries to take the children, and
has instructed CapL Rynning of the
Arizona Rangers at Douglas to be ready
to quell any disturbance that may arise.
Burglar3 "Wreck n Safe.
SPOKANE. Wash., Nov 4. Safe blow
ers visited tho Bank of Endlcott at Endl
co'tl, fifty miles outh of Spokane, early
thl3 morning. They wrecked the safe,
but the explosion awakened Dr. Asa Hen
ry, who began shooting from tho window
of a neighboring building. Tho robbers
fled firing at Dr. Henry, but missed him.
Of the MG00 in the safe th'uy got nothing.
A poosc of citizens has gone In pursuit.
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jg pg Hosiery and Un- House Sacqucs j
! Qijmtfm derwear Specials TTTT u. I
' SK?Svn3Pf ti " Sacqucs, dark colors, neatly trimmed :
' AWWS.iA 1 A MISSES' FINE RIBBED CASH- and stylishly made.
XEW.i MERE HOSE, regularly sold at The 51 00 kind, on Saturday CKfx
V J"' yift-VC5 j for The J1.25 kind, on Saturday !
T S lmWX BOYS' CASHMERE HOSE, wearing only ' ob
V -ST 7sA &SJse A 3v qualities and appearance can't bo TWO TO A CUSTOMER.
WPiSi 25c ;
i ifmw BioEBFK?uS?VnS New Waists '
' Plmiif'h solo and heel. THE thing for rough llVV VI WWW
W0 1 n&k Sar vaffs af a!!,C.r-. 25C "AT SATURDAY PRICES."
.( Yj' 'KCSlBEBanox. Our entire line of LADIES' FLAN- i
'. Vr C0.LrP l o, v HOSL, an ox WAISTS, colors blue, brown.
! ( cellont lio.se at 3oc. 25 C red. black; also a large assortment ;
! r Saturday ta of nov,.ty mixtures. Every one ;
i BOYS' AND GIRLS' CASHMERE made this season, and the very latest .
nfl'BB" P" R HOSE real bargain 9flo stvles. All sizes, S4 to II. SATUR- r
! Millinery Specials. ci8UM2 YONTs off. !
'. HOSE, regular 9Rf '
LADIES' TRIMMED HATS, assorted 35c ,,JU .
; colors, n few dozen left over from . . ,,r -m-, maci,-!
last Saturday's big sale. CT "2 KO LADIhS PLAIN CASHMERL JUJb. PER CENT REDUCTIONS from :
; To closo vPI.vJU one of our great leaders 70 P. tho nrlces of all ;
this season. Saturday .UO inc prices oi mi
I ! LADIES' AND MISSES' WHITE . . .Vn'c i . t
I: FELT FRENCH SAILORS. for LADIES' VESTS AND PAN! S. finely Uatnclr nurl NsnKn f
street wear, very neatly (?1 7c Heeced Jersey ribbed underwear, 3010 DaiflaSK UU naDKlI, t
j trimmed. Regular $3.25 . ..4) l.O worth CO. Satur- 3bC Ml J B '
1 READY TO WEAR 1 1 ATS, nrlces m"' '" ""'c'"r BARGAINS MaOKlfiS 2111(1 Bed
) ranging up to S4.G0. a line assortment. A TABLE .OF ,sJ'',V' , -;
I To oulckly closo them (TO en IN WINTER UNDERWEAR for la- CJ
j out. only .... . $l.bU dies and children. Union suits, vests 002305,
! "". mid pants, etc. Prices way bolow real UF1WUUJ' f
i values. . , :
f. 1 New. fresh goods, the best the mar- ;
A Great Silk Sale. SSa I
i COc. 75c, 51.00. SI. 25. $1.50 and $2.00.
' OI'R ENTIRE LINE OF COLORED ToSll $fii'0An In NAPKINS tho values are regular 5
: SILKS, the proper good:-, for shirt G (fiSISH aIVPOcilfe! SOUS- 60c. 75e, J1.00. 25, H.G0. S2.00. J3.C0. $1.00 ;
t valat suits and afternoon and oven- 44 3 H HJ A uwjb and $5 00.
5 fng gowns Latest and neatest pat- . , , . . . , rn rjED SPREADS thprc are IS offer-
3 terns ami designs. Pretty pin checks. The great success which attended n jces ranging from $1X0 to $9. CO ;
B small, dainty figures, etc.. etc. Reg- 0Ur suit sale of last Saturday plalnlj Aml from tnt.ce regular prices, marked
' !l''ir.. nrlco in( worth every cent of attcs.cu- tho fact that tho people ap- In plain figures, you reclvo a genuine ?
OnsSlu?day ' .' 35c predate the liberal price s reductions discount of 20 PER CENT. :
-d also tho genuineness of the sale Ji
' COLORED VELVET WA1STINGS- and for 1,10 benefit of thoso who could lirday you tako them 2 for 25c 1
Regular S5c and fl.00 yard RRp not be properly waited on at that time jj
jj quality JJj wc 0ter choice of our ENTIRE GLACE TAFFETA SILK BELTS All 3
j STOCK EVERY LADIES' AND colors. EOc values. 9Rp 1
j BROADCLOTIIS-Colorcd and black. MISSES' SUIT IN THE HOUSE, In- Saturday -O H
one of If not tho finest In tho West, eluding fresh arrivals, at a reduction 1
reduced In price for Saturday- )n .c from BEAUTIFUL EMBROIDERED ME-
1 r r 4- r - DALLIONS Regular 10c. Cp P.
333 "er Cen. 20 to 50 Per Cent. isc. 20c Saturday OC I
t veu enw HLwavs DO best ht f
j JU I pept- Store.
I GET OUT W
YOUR KNIFE fc
I And begin to Prac
1 The "Turkey Season' f?" mL
ft due and wc 3UBEest ,s it M&Z
B look over our stock of H'f
g SomonowthlnB.,,, M
S and very reasonable. tt alii
eleotrigal " ci
A FULL LINE . t0
of electrical supplies always oa hii &d
Wo can supply you with anA ' T
need In the way of electrical mjlcnV
Electrical bells, buzzers, lamp IV"
ets. etc.. can be purchased hre ' ,Jt co:
Wc also do electrical workati fcsi
electrical wiring systems In the LoenJ
WHEN IN NEED w
of electrical supplies or work, csIIcsn Jlrlt
and we'll meef your condltlonj, OcrieS 5
Is the best and our prices rlghu ifci3 o
I. M. HIQLEY & CO., t
HONEST PLUMBER3, m
Electric Wlrlnc and Flitute I
109 E. 1st So. Ind. "phone, 752; BilUcML . (tob:
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Y last minute. Other peo-l-
vMT Sx pie obtain money from
jP A old bills whyshouldnt $htt
I yyou? We can't collect
I M1 j$? tliem if you on) im K
them in. Try jj
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