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. ,jj PAGE FOURTEEN" THJS SAJCX LAJE TJTOTE. TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBERS
I 'Of CONTEMPT
t Election Judges Musi
' Go So Jail,
! Colorado Supreme Court
. . . . . .
I j Application for Release on Bail
Pending Appeal to Federal
Hj Court Denied.
DENVER, Dec. 5. Frank J. Kratkc.
City LIcenwj Inspector; Joseph Ray, Ed
ward O'Malla and Charles Kofuk;.- were
Hj today adjudged guilty of contemp't by
the State Supreme court and were son
tenced to Jail. The sentences ar'i as fol
lows; JCratke. one year's ir-.rprlionment
and S1000 fine and costal 'Kay and O'Mn
41o',"inr. months' Imprisonment and ?500'
fine and costs each; ICofpky, thiee
"V months' Imprisonment and 5250 fine and
B ' costs.
These men were election olllclals In
Precinct S of Ward 5 at the late election
and were accused of disregarding the
j i court's Injunctive order. The principal
H- charge against them was that they pe-r-
mitted repeating. Carl Wilson, election
1 clerk In the same precinct, was found
not guilty of contempt.
The court denied an application for
rolcnw: of the convicted men on ball
pending an appeal to the Federal court.
1 The convicted men were compelled to
wait around the courtroom until late
this afternoon for the warranto com-
L mlttlng them to prlron. All were taken
Br ' to the county Jail tonight,
B Arguments Heard.
. Arguments were heard this afternoon
,i on the contempt charges made against
pIk officials of precinct 8. ward 5. the
i) j ballot box of which was opened last
week. Experts George H. King rnd
J M. M. Ilamma submitted report? difter
' inpr in detail, but practically agreeing
(hut sixty-one Democratic ballots were
written by fourteen persons, and ?oven
,,' teen Republican bollota by six persons.
The additional charge was filed
against the accused that they stuffed
the ballot box. No evidence was of
fl fered In their defense, but their attor-
fl ney, John G. Taylor, declared in his ar-
fl gument that the Supreme court watch-
; , em were equally as guilty as his clients.
Instructions as to Frauds.
District Judge John I. Mulllns empan-c-lftd
a grand Jury in the Criminal court
today and will tomorrow deliver in
j i Kructlons to them in regard to Invcsti-
gating election frauds. Judge Mulllns
Hj questioned the jurors particularly with
reference to their connection with cor
poratlonsr or banking Institutions, and
, from this It, in inferred that he will in-
i struct them to make a special Inquiry
I concerning large campaign contribu-
tlons and the uses to which they were
Before "United States Commissioner
Capron today was begun the hearing of
the second lot of officials charged with
conspiracy to intimidate votorn. The
defendants are Max and William
' Schrad?ky. Max Sisixiek, Sam Shitkln
! and Sadie Plessner, Democrats work-
crs and officials.
' The complaining witness, Rore Sny-
der, Republican precinct committee wo
. man, testified that ehe made attempts
t to vote during the forenoon, but each
time she was prevented by Max Schrad-
8ky, a policeman, and Max Sis-sack.
J, Schradsky. she said, caught her by the
J'1 shoulder and marched her about fifty
Hj 7 feet, frequently punching her.
i "Other witnesses testified to the same
f facts, one adding that a woman worker
was so badly beaten by men who were
I handling the Democratic end of the pre
clnct work that she was unable to leave
i ; her bed for a week following. The
trend of the testimony was that the do-
j -Ifs Easier
To Core, ihan
! Endure Pain.
1 1 s It lu ntcdlcr.n to suffer pain. It In
HL; saslcr to take a Pain PHI and bo cured.
K1 If you will provldo yourself with a 25o
( packugo of Dr. Miles' Anil-Pain Pills
R J you navo the meann of preventing nt-
H tacks of pain, an v.-ell as a positive cure
ft If you arc subject to nervous or sick
headaches, neuralgia, backache, mcn
H ( otrual paina, Rtonmch nchc, lndlgoatlon,
nervousness: if you havo dizzy spells,
. olck etomach or headache whllo travcl-
H ing ca.r-slckncs.i-all that 13 neccesary
In to take one of Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain
Pills when flrat symptoms nppear, or
Hi -Jant beforo starting out to vlolt or travel,
HV i Qncj they will soothe tho Irritated nor'ca
( and free you from nil theso dlsagrccablo
In doing this you tako no bo
E cause they aro perfectly harmless, and
B you will havo no other cvldenco of hav-
H ing taken tlicrn than tho knowledge that
H ' you aro f-eo from pain.
They relievo and euro by rclnvlgorat
ing and allaying' tho irritation of tho
nervca, and by stimulating tho secre-
' 'II im,?M, t0 flnd tho relief that
. comes with tho knowlc-dso that I r.m
freed from those torriblo headaches that
1 I havo hed all my life. All I havo to do
I wntn I foci tho approach of pain is to
I'M t?.?, onn or two of Dr. Miles' Antl-Paln
. ' ' Puis, and I am fre from my Bufferings
, , : of three, six or tv.'tlvo hourB duration."
' , I " J. E. DAVIS. Prof. Nurse, and Health
OlHccr. Turtle Lake. V'i.
Ml - 'i 250 a package. Never sold in bulk.
B" t A "PPPTP TVrlta to us for Tree TrlaJ
JXHii-i packago of Dr. Mllco' Antl-
' P&ln Pills, tho Nov Scientific L'.cmcdy
l for Pain Also Symptom Plank. . Our
H i I Specialist will, dlnvrnwe yn:r cos-, tell
B , you what Is wrontf. ard how to right it,
rec. PR. MILE3 MEDICAL. CO.
LAROBATORIES, iLKX.UtT LND.
fendant, Schradskj-. ran affairs at thl
polling place with a high hnnd.
"Was Allowed to Vote.
After "William IT. Clark, Supnnv
court watcher, was placed Inside thi
polling place, she went back and wa1
allowed to vote. She also testified thai
Looper Abramovltch and his wife wcr
not allowed to vote until after the Su
preme court watcher was installed. Shi
saw Iho defendants, Phe said, beat t
voter named Wolk with their fists.
Notice of a contest of the election o;
many of the legislative candidates wai
practically served on the State Canvass.
Ing board today. Attorneys represent
ing every intercnt were present. It wai
proposed that the contest be made Ir
open court, so that the world mlghi
know what was done In the canvas?
No date was set for the beginning oi
the contest, because the. board has not
begun on the count of the returns for
the Legislature. The board will com
plete the official canvass of the Presi
dential vote tomorrow.
STGRIfl IS. DUE.
'Phone 2600 for
ROCK SPRINGS "PEACOCjTAlft AS.
Always on hand. We sell n other.
Central Coal and CV.a company.
38 South Main street'.
"At the sign of Vho Peacock."
DEATH PHOVED HIS COLOR.
V&'pposed Whito Jilan in Now York
Was Virginia Mulatto,
BURKE VILE, Va Dec. 6. Death
alone exposed Charlie Fllppcn, a native
mulatto "of this place, who-away from
his home has for years assumed the
role of a white man.
His body arrived here over the South
ern railway last week from Newburg,
N. Y accompanied by a whlto escort
composed of tivo committeemen of the
street railway line of Newburg. of
which he was a motorman, and four
members of a militia company of the
First New York regiment, of which he
was a member.
The-escort was much chagrined to
find that their comrade and associate
was a negro, he having in all his asso
ciations at Newburg represented him
self as a white man, or as having a
quarter-blooded Indian mother, and
Col. Fllppen of Southslde, Va., as fa
ther. Fllppen was born near here about
1SS1, his mother being a mulatto of
this vicinity, who gave the child to
Druciihi Fllppen, also a mulatto, who
lived with Col. Fllppcn.
It Is said that hundreds of persona
attended the funeral In one of the
white churches of Newburg, on ac
count of the high esteem In which he
was held. The floral offerings were
It is 3tated that he was an associate
of white girls of good family, and was
engaged to a white girl of one of the
best families of Newburg.
His conduct In Newburg was com
mendable and his habits those of a
The funeral services were conducted
by the Rev. Mr. Campbell, a white
minister, who Ib president of Ingleslde
Female Seminary, a colored Institu
tion. The white escort acted as pall
bearers and fired a salute over his
THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN
BELL TELEPHONE CO.
4050 RESIDENCE subscribers In Salt
2W)0 BUSINESS subscribers in Salt
?50 new orders on "hand" Nov. 15th,
The last underwriters' count show3
a total of 91S7 residences In Salt Lake
equal to ONE telephone In every other
BRIDGE (S COMPLETED.
Impressive Ceremonies at Official
Spanning of Snake River.
Special (o Tho Trlbuno.
WEISER, Ida.. Dec. 5. The exercises
at the opening of the big bridge across
the Snake river at this place were some
what marred today by the non-arrival
of Governor Morrison of Idaho and
Governor Chamberlain of Oregon, who
telegraphed at the eleventh hour that
they were unable to attend.
The splendid structure links the two
Slates and It was considered befitting
tha,t. the Executives of the two States
should participate In Its opening.
At 2 p. m. a crowd of nearly 2000 per
sons, preceded by the Wclscr band, re
paired to the bridge, where they lis
tened to a short address by Mayor Van
Slcklln of Weiser and witnessed E. M.
Barton, one of the bridge commissioners
and one of the leading spirits in bring
ing the gVeat enterprise to a successful
Issue, drive the last spike In the struc
ture. A number of members of the Legis
lature, who worked for the pasuage of
the bill appropriating $150,000 for its
construction, were Invited guests and
were banqueted by the citizens.
This evening an Immense crowd was
gathered at the Opera house, where ad
dresses were made by leading citizens
and a free dance Is In progress.
The Welser bridge is the only wagon
bridge between Lewlston and American
Falls, a distance of more than five him1
drcd miles. It Is a free bridge. It brings
a large and growing community on the
Oregon side of the river into direct
communication with this city.
Drove in Front of Train.
CHEHALIS. Wanh.. Dec. 6. Charlen
Warring was fatally Injured here today
by Northern Pacific freight No. W, bound
for Portland. Warring was driving a
tram across the tracks when the cnglno
ntruck the horses, throwing one across
the track with Warring. Tho other horse
wnn dragged two blocks. Poth horseH
wero killed. Warrlng"s skull was broken.
Oregon Fostofflce Robbed.
HOOD RIVER, Or., Dec 5. Ono hun
dred and Bevcnty-threo dollars In coin
and more than S200 in stamps were se
cured by 9afo-crackers Saturday night
who broke Into the postofflco sate In this
city Tho robbers burst the safe with
black powder, which v.'ns pocurcd from
the rallrond shops. There Is no clue to
To Draft Decree- Reducing Tariff.
PANAMA. Dec r.. Tho cabinet held a
meeting today to draft a decrco reducing
Import duties, consular fees, etc., to con
form with tho conditions of the Amador
I j WE INAUGURATE THE GREATEST jM
!l CUT-PRICE. PIANO SALE I
; jj THAT. THE WEST WILL EVER KNOW. B
jj At this busy season, onr landlord notifies us that immediately afler the holidays he will proceed to raze our present storerooms and erect M
f) a handsome new structure for us. Here we are, with an immense holiday stock on our hands which we cannot altord to move into M
temporary quarters. What are we to do? There's hut one solution 9
J esjsy' This Entire Stock of Pianos, Organs, 9
J Ji Small Musical Instruments, Sheet $
l""7 jj Music, Talking Machines, Records, P
gj 1 Etc., Etc., Is To Be Sacrificede , e S
I 200 FI AMOS OF -STANDARD MAKE MUST BE SOLD
g At Such Prices That Will Move Them Before January Isto 9
THIK OF IT ? Bnd instruments, Pianola Piano Player 9
We String Instruments, , , t tu t u t , , mM
Twl Some few u-ed pianolas that we have taken In ex- fl
There's twenty different makes to chooso among- Talking Machines, change for e newer models. Good as new in every &
-gj standard pianos cf guaranteed quality that you are ry way m9
jfjj all familiar with. On these new lnatrumento iha WeCOraS,
0. J Prices will range upward from- Sheet MUSIC, 135 tO S75 S
M CUX fiif Everything Musical, H
,283 V&IJ.UU KNABE, KRANICH & BACH. STEGER PIANOS, &
i TO be thrown On Sale Bet What- Instruments for which wo are no longer agents-we H
' a&'sI . ,.,,. , still havo a few of these pianos that we'll let
j y9 cash or TwME just as you want to pat. ever yoi want to pay. I go of at any price whatever. Make an offer. I I PH
M What a Golden Opportunity This Is to- Make the Grandest Christmas m
m Gifts, dri Terms You Can Afford, and at Prices N'ever Before m
M ; Heard of for High-Grade Instruments. m
THE SALE NOW ON. Everything Marked In Plain Figures. 3
Successors to Daynes Music Co. Temple of Music. 74 MASN STREET CT
FOR MURDER AND ROBBERY.
Bandits Charged With Northern
Pacific Hold-TJp Ready for Trial.
PHTLLIPPSBURG. Mont.. Dec. 5.
Sheriff Fred McDonald left hero today
for Deer Lodge, accompanied by Gcorgo
, Hammond and John Chrlsllo, charged
with. Implication In the Northern Pacific
hold-up near Bear Mount two years ago.
The men will bo arralcned boforo Judge
Apton. It In not likely that tho case wilT
como up at this term of court. j
Hammond Is charged with killing Dan
O'Velll. engineer of tho North Coast.
Christie 1b also accused of Implication
In this robbery, but will not bo prosecut
ed, on his proml80 to confess. Tho two
men are now doing time for the Northern
Pacific hold-up at Bear Mouth last Oc-
Harry Shlpler Has Moved
To 1D1V4 So, Main. "Phone 2S25-K. I go
anywhere to photograph anything.
Royal Bread is pure; every loaf bears
our label with the crown. At aJl
rrnrt-rf nd 1 lr.t-ilnss? rfstaursnts.
Leaped to Death to Avoid Arrest.
LOS ANGELES. Cal Dec. 5. To es
cape arrc.it for vagrancy, an unknown
man about -15 years old leaped from the
roof of the recently-completed flvo-Btory
Occidental club building on South Broad
way today and wa3 dashed to death on
the' ground below.
Nino Injured by Jumping.
NEW YORK, Dec. r.. Nino persons
were Injured today In Jumping from tho
roof of a burning two-story building oc
cupied by tbo Standard Automobile enm
pauy In YVst Fourtlcth street. Forty
automobiles were burned Loss. 100.000.
HAPPY UESTTXTS OBTAINED.
By tho Use of the New Scalp Antisep
tic. It wouldn't take long to timber th
hairs In the heads of some pple. tha
reason being they haven't many to num
ber. In most InstanccB, however, tho
fault is their own. A germ at tho rool
Aoon playx havoc with tho most luxur
iant growth and causes It to fade and
fall out. A remedy for this has recently
been discovered, culled Ncwbro's Horpl
lde, that acta by destroying the Germ
tht does the damage, bc3ldeB removing
all impurities from tho sculp. In addU
tlon it permits' new life and vigor to en
ter tho xcalp, and happy results aro sure
to bo obtained from its use. Try it. SolJ
by leading druRRlsts. Send 10c. in stamps
for samplo to The Horpicldo Co., Dotrolt,
SAVED BY HIS TROUSERS.
"Workman Falls, but His Nether Gar
ments Catch" on Wire.
MARPLE, Pa., Dec. 5. After hang
ing by the seat of his trousers for four
hours, seventy feet above the ground,
Hurry Franks was discovered by fel
low workers and rescued.
Franks had been working alone on a
derrick .at the quarries when he
slipped, and In falling his trouscra
caught on a wire. Xhus he hung, ex
pecting every moment to be dashed to
the ground below and scarcely daring
to cry for help or attempt to seize the
wire with his hands.
Finally, when he was In a fainting
condition some one noticed his plight
and after several unsuccessful al
tomps dragged him to safety by means
of a rope.
Bad Tenants Evicted
And rent collected. Merchants' Pro
tective Association. Francis G. Luke
General Manager. Top Floor Commer
McCoy's livery stable for carriages
mud light Uvery. Telephone 81.
Original "Manitou" Table Water.
Bottled at the famous effervescent
springs lying at the foot of PIko'a Peak,
Colo. Utah Liquor Co., distributers.
The Manltou hotel offers good board
at lowest rates In the city.
Brothers Commit Suicide.
WICHITA, Kan.. Dec. B Amos Wclty,
a prosperous farmer near Hunter, O T..
shot and killed himself today His bro
ther Lewis went to town for the under
taker and upon returning shot himself
and Is In a critical condition No causo
is known for tho act of either. Noithor
Greeks Murdor Bulgarians.
SALONICA. Dec. 5, A Greok band on
December n murdered twenty-four Bul
garians In Iho village of Alton, near Sor
ovltch. An order was lasued today for
the mobilization of sixteen battalions of
Poor tea is poor comfort
N.erc is !no difficulty ir s;et
un it good.
UNDER-WATER TROLLEY LINE
Boston's Big Tunnel to East Boston
Ready for Business.
BOSTON. Dec. G. Boston's under
water trolley route the tunnel to East
Boston.' the Island wards In the inner
harbor, which have a population of 60,
000 is to be openod today unless un
foreseen obstacles are encountered by
the Boston Elevated Railway com
pany, the lessee. It Is a municipal
project, built under the direction of a
The tunnel la In many respects the
finest In the world, the method of con
struction and ventilation arrangement
being considered far In advance of the
New York subway and better than any
The subway 13 7460 feet long, twenty
four feet wide and twenty-two feet
from floor to roof. It runs 2700 feet
under the waters of the harbor and the
remainder la under h streets at the
terminals. The conduit comes up th
entire length of State street lri the city
proper end, and has two entrances and
exits In close proximity to the money
center of Boston. ItB lowest point, In
the center of the harbor, Is ninety feet
below mean high water. It has taken
four years to build It, and the cost is
well Inside the first estimate and the
Army Recruit Dismissed From Ser
vices for False Pretenses.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 6. Tho War de
partment has dlroctcd that Recruit
Stephen Putney. Jr., of tho general serv
Ive, Jefferson barracks, Missouri, bo dis
charged without honor from the army
on the ground that he enlisted under false
hsprctenscs. Pulnoy Is a young Virginian
who recently got Into trouble In St.
.Louis, resulting In tho loss of all his
money. One of tho stories was that ho
had been kidnaped aand robbed of somo
valuable family Jewelry and that he en
listed In the army whllo suffering from tho
effects of a drug given- him by tho kld-napcra.
Order Investigation in Divorce Case.
PARIS, Dec. 6. Tho court ban ordered
an Investigation of tho charges brought
by both parties In the Rojano-Porol dl
$34,000 FOR OLD PAINTING.
Supposed to Be Genuine Homney,
Done in Artist's Best Style.
LONDON, Dec 6. What Is believed
to be a genuine Romney. done In that
artist's best period, has just been sold
at auction for J34.000. The painting wus
part of the estate of a man who lived In
a miner's cottage at "Whitehaven, Cum
berland, and who had a hobby for buy
ing and cleaning pictures. Every pic
ture he cleaned he spoiled. 7'
For some reason he did not clean tho
Romney. and after his death It was
found tied up with two other pictures
which, with the Romney, he had bought
for less than J5. One of the three Is be
lieved also to be a Gainsborough, though
it brought only $200 at the sale.
The Romney canvns measured 60x47
inches. It is a portrait of two children
walking in a landscape, accompanied bv
a little terrier. J
Strawberries All Year Around. 0
SANTA ROSA. Cal., Dec. C
Ripe strawberries practically all
the year around, grown In the
open air without irrigation or spe-
clal attention, Is a luxury enjoyed
by the residents of this city. 0
This year Is not an exception In
this regard In Sonoma county and
barring unforeseen ncclden:s
there .vlll be a largo crop of the
berries for the holiday season.
For the Ladies.
To the girl attaining womanhood, the
young woman, and those of maturer
years, during the recurring times of
depression and discomfort, when Na
ture requires a little assistance,
nre a special boon. See special in
structions. Sold Everywhere. In boxes 10c and 25c,
DELINQUENT NOTICE. M
Silver Shield Mining and Mlllln? enfl
pany, a corporation Principal pla (
business. Salt Lake City Utah. NotidJ
There are delinquent upon tho follovlH
described stock on account of aes:cMM
No. 11. levied October IS, 1501, the "fejB
amounts set opposlto the names oi ufl
respective shareholders, as follows: rM
No. Name. Shares Ab'H
2S-John Burleigh K0 lW
25-1 G. W. Bartch . 500 -M
276 Henry Cohn (f0 V
1152 IL B. Colo 5C0 '-
1271-H. B. Colo l.OM Iffl
12S0-C. M. Caddlngton 50 -fl
3S3-E. R. Cabanskl 6(0 -S
10)2 E. II. Cabanskl 5M 7-S
S95 E. R. Cabanskl 1-
EOT Mrs. E. Y. Clawson .... 600 lfl
10S-H. W. Doschcr CO
126S-Krank J, Dorger 3,W M
22 R. Forrester 50) 7-H
178 R. Forrester 1.0) h-H
835-H. F. Flater EM ?S
1230 C. H. Gabrlclson 1,000 h-fl
1210- C. H. Gabrielson . .. ...1.000 1-H
1211- C. H. Gabriolaon 1.0W !
1C03-H. S. Joseph SO)
1W-J. B. Krusllng 100
r,C-J. B. Krusllng O0
16&-Nellle T. Keogh ..,..6.W)
61U Christine Lclchtcr 1.000
12G1 J. W. Langley 00 jm
1250-J. A McKenzIo .2.000
100-1 L. P. Marx 00 i-W
J57-J. E. Martin E00 -W
Mi D. S. Murray 1.000
395-D. S. Murray 1.000 b-V
&0&-D. S. Murray 1.000
007 D. S. Murray , 1.000 h-S
1276 Jos. Oberndorfer l.OM S
1037-J W. Paxman ... 1.003 fJM
929- WllIIam Roberts 1.000 U-V
930 William Roberts 1.000
10SS WIDIam Roberts K0 '
976- 0. W Rawlinss 50)
1220-B. G. Raybould l.OM 'MM
1211-C. S. Thompson 50)
C33 M. H. Tobias l.OM 3H
621-M. H Tobias 600 J-M
S3-1-M. H. Tobias SCO
742 Charlos Tobias 5.000
7S1 Charles Toblaa 2.000 fSlM
7G-D. L. Werthclmer ..1.00)
9C7-W E. White 1.CO0
12S2 Mrs. W. E. Wiacnor .... 101
1090 L. F. Zullck K0 MM
1267 Frank J. Spcckor .2,0 K-M
1293-H. S. Joseph J'S
12M-ir. Rowland 2.?M M
1300 J, A. Pollock & Co ... . jM
130411. S. Joseph SW HS
132S-J. A. Pollock & Co .... 50) lm
1330-J A. Pollock & Co 500 m
1S32-H. B. Cole Co 50) iftl
1335 H. W, Doscher 5M j-JM
1077 David Llchtenstcln .. .. . a
1216-C J. FlnneU LfM f3M
977- T. IL Smith
And In accordance with law ant
der of the board of directors, J"nJV7S3H
ber IS. 190-I. so many shares of cacn PfM
eel of such stock as may be nXTlEiM
will bo sold at the company's office,
McCornlck block. Salt Lake City. . "M
the Sth day of December. 190I. at ihfvr
to pay delinquent asseesmcnU! '"i.M
together with costs of advertising TOSjM
pense of sale. Office, BHIcConilck
cl601 AjBi't'StcreUiT" fl