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gUKDAY MOENING, DECEMBER IS, 1904. THE flATiT LAXE TRIBUNE. PAGE SEVENTEEN TH
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1 WATUBAI, MTHIA WATER.
UPORTANT WATER SUIT
SETTLED BY JUDGE BOOTH
tTotrVi Dec. 17.-JUAM
rSrth ct court has W;
f.iemcaul decree In the ca of
(rfSt a provided In tho
mnS the plaintiffs four and ,
(i 'SLfhs of tho surplus they nro
5 S not mow than clsht occond-
JVr-iyMrs. . . .
' ,.v, r Cutler. Governor-elect. Tns
SS For last evening attending the
'tffflc of tha Utah Light and Power
ne ef the many enterprises In
2??; I. interested. During tho meeting
UStM dtclarcd a 10 per cent stock
a. j tt-sy also considered the propoel
"tftallSnir a auxiliary power-
L.jwolJ n of Ted Stool died yes
& tht parents' home, frum membra-
JB Grosery Store Liquidate.
ISfrocerv store of C. H. Cutting:, 25
IE First South street, having failed,
KirlFr.eo will close them out at re
KiConKenclng Monday evening. The
IK of goods will be sold regardless of
iK in fixtures sold subject to de
January 1 The Utah Association
jj'B credit Men, assignee. i
-llWble Tragedy in Minneapolis. i
tBWsEAPOLIS, Dec. 17.-J. B. Rich- I
'.Kiot tho Soule Grain company thl3
Kirxoc-n shot and killed Miss Nelllo '
" HfcrKteaMii, a dressmaker, on one of the i
J rfccfoil business streets, and then shot
iK Ui!cd himself
jMainnajB mil if mi i iiiwwiiii
YOUNG MEDICAL STUDENT I
DIES FROM TYPHOID
Special to Tho Trlbuno.
OGDEN, Utah, Dec. 17. Walter Brown,
the 23-year-old con of John R. Brown,
died at St Loui3 this morning of typhoid
fever, Tho young man was a student at
tho Marlon-Slmms Medical college at St.
Louis, and about a week ago a letter was
received stating that ho v.as Buffering
frm a mild attach -of typhoid, but it was
I not thought to be serious,
Walter Brown was born at Corlnne,
Utah, twenty-thrco years ago and gradu
ated from tha Ogden High school in 1M3.
Tho body will be brought to Ogden for
Dominick Manna, charged with grand
larceny, was arraigned before Judge How
ell today and was bound over under 5500
Today eleven criminals were photo
graphed by the Sheriff and police and
their pictures placed in tho rogues' gal
Arthur Helman and Wade Miles woro
arrested at Glcnwood Park by Deputy
Sheriff Robert Shaw" on the charge of
burglary. For some time articles have
been missed from the Park and Deputy
Sheriff Shaw camped at tho placo to
watch for the thlovcs.
About 11 -o'clock this forenoon ho saw
tho lads approach the office from tho
south having crossed tho river on skates.
They entered tho office by prying off tho
boards of the windows. Shaw waited until
they had got Inside and then entering the
placo found them in the act of ransacking
D. A. West and William Farrell, charged
with burglary, were also arraigned and
hold under J1000 bonds.
Willis Brown, organizer of tho Anti
Clgarcttc league and editor of Pluck, will
give a free lecture in the Grand opcra
houso next Wednesday evening. The Mad
ison and High school orchestras will fur
All members of Ogden lodge To. 2, Knights
of Pythias, aro urged to bo present at tho
meeting Monday evening to receive tho grand
) oO co officers and a large delegation of vis
itors from Salt Lake.
Tho fourth annual exhibit of tho Ogden
Poultry and Pot Stock association will bo
held January 4, G, G and 7. Tho list of pre
miums Is as follows:
First prlzo pen. each breed, bluo ribbon.
Second prize pen. each breed, red ribbon.
Third prlzo pen, each breed, yellow ribbon.
Same prizes on best oxhlblts of turkeys,
gceao. dressed poultry, brown eggs in dozen
lots and white eggs In dozen lots.
Premiums on nlnglo specimens of poultry
will ho flrat, aocond and third on cocks, hens,
cockerels and pullets of each breed. Cards.
In addition tho association offeru throo flno
silver challenge cups, beautifully and appro
priately engraved, standing on handsome cbo
nlr.cd bar.oA (open to tho world), offered under
tho following conditions: Each must bo won
thrcn times (not necessarily In succession) to '
becomo tho properly of tho exhibitor, Tho .
winners to goiarantoo tho return of the cup
In food condition In time for tho next? show.
1. Is offered on best cock, cockerel, hen,
pullet and pen, six thirds of ono brood, any
partl-colorcd varloty, birds without weight
clauso to bo handicapped according to stand
ard, Bantams barred,
C. Is offered on best cock, cockerel, hon,
pullet and pen, six birds, of ono breed. Any
solid colored variety, birds without weight
olauoo to bo handicapped according to stand
urd. Duntams barred.
2. Is offered on Barred Plymouth Ttocks, beHt
cock, cockorcl, hon, pullet and pen, bIx birds
of olio breed.
YV. YV. Browning offers a flno silver cup
on elegant obonlzcd baso, for the best cock,
cockerel, hen, pullot and pen. sir blrdB In
the Mediterranean class. Solid colored birds
to bo handicapped according to tho standard.
Cup to bu won threo Limes to becomo perma
nent property of the holder.
W vy. Browning odors a lino sliver cup on
obonlzcd baso for best cock, cockerel, hen,
pullet and pen, pix birds. S. C. Rhode Island
Reds. Cup to bo won throo times to becomo
the permanent propprty of tho holder.
Tho Amorrcan Poultry Journal gives five
subscriptions as follows. Ono subscription to
nrst B. P. nock pullet; ono subscription to
second S. C W, Leghorn cock; ono subscrip
tion to first "W. Wyandotto pullot; one sub
scription to flrst Buff Orpington hen; ono sub
scription to second Ithodo Island Red cock
orcl. Tho Pratt Food company, Philadelphia, of
fers tho following fpccl.il premiums, which
will bo on exhibition and dollverc4 by the
committee at tho time' of tho fair to tha
druwers of tho r-amo;
Five-pound packago Pratt's poultry food to
tho winners of each Of tho' following: For the
host pen each of "Whlto Plymouth Rocks. Bluo
Andaluslans, Burr Plymouth "Rocks, Silver Lace
Wyandottos, Partrldgo Cochins, Rhodo Island
Reds, Whlto YVyandottes. Brown Leghorns,
Silver Duckwlng Games, Silver Pencilled Ham
burgs. Tho Pratt Food company also Includes tho
followlnir special premiums: 50-ccnt package
Pratt's llco killer to tho winners of each of
tho following- For tho boat trio each of YThlto
Plymouth Rocks. Blue Andaluolans, Sliver
Gray Dorkings, Partridge Cochins and TVhlto
Tho Wallace Drug company offers a fine
lady's purso to tho lady winning tho most
Ono subscription to tho Farm Poultry Jour
nal, valued at Jl, given to tho winner of
first prlzo on each of the following: Pen Rhodo
Island Rods, pen Silver Spangled Hamburgs,
pen Partrldgo CochinB, pen Rose Comb White
Leghorns, pen Burr Cochins.
Four subscriptions offered by the Inland
Poultry Journal. Indlnnapolls. Ind., CO cents
per year, to winners of first prlzo on each of
tho following: Buff Orpington cockerel. Bluo
Andaluslan cockerel. Barred Plymouth Rock
cockerel. Whlto Wyandotte cockerel.
D. Ragnn, ono two-pound can Mochs ana
Java coffeo on Rhodo Island Reds.
Richardson & Grant, half-dozen Rogcrr.'s
sllvor teaspoons, to bo awarded by commit
tee. W II. Wrlcht & Sons Co.. ono plcturo com
plcto, to be awarded by committee.
J. S. Carvor & Sons, ono pound best tea
and ono can maple syrup, to be awarded by
T. B. Kvans & Co., ono six-pound box starch,
to be awarded by committee.
President Wilson Comfortable.
NEW YORK, Dec. 17. Dr. Woodrow
Wilson, president of Princotcn university,
who underwent an operation at a hospi
tal hero yestorday, was reported tonight
to bo resUng comfortably. It was said
that hl9 condition is satisfactory, and
that ho w6uld probably bo ablo to leavo
tho hospital within two weeks.
PARK CITY I
M C4 N. Main Btroct. Tolephons n. M
Another Victim of Pneumonia.
Speolal to Tho Trlbuno.
PARK CITY. Utah. Doc. 17 Joseph W.
Sharp, cno of tho old-Minors here, died Of
pneumonia last evening at the Bogan room-Ing-houso
on Main street. Sharp was about
C5 years of age and had been hero for nbout
twonty years. Ho was a Civil war votcran,
having enlisted nt til o ago of 1G und nerved
four full years. Up to tho present tlmo no
relatives of tho deceased havo been located
and ho probably will bo burled by tho local
post of tho G. A. R.
Tho Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo
Nancarrow died yestorduy and waa burled from
tho Methodist church this afternoon at. 2
W. D. Wutron and Thomas Waldon returned
this mornlnc from Snlt J.ako City, whoro thoy
havo been for noyoral days post upon busi
ness, Mrs. C. A. Bloohor, who lias been vlMtlng
for eovoral days past In tho city, camo home
. i .
County Attorney Cnllle camo up from Coal
vlllo today and nn Inquest was held on tho
body of Hugh Bates, (ho boy who was killed
on tho Rio Grando railroad on Thursday. Iho
Jury wan composed of 13. W. Berry, I. 12.
Grccs and J. P. Burns. Tho verdict wao that
Hugh E. Bates camo to his death by being
crushed beneath tho wheels of tho railroad
car on a public crossing That the publlo
crossing, on account of Ita location, and tho
engines arid barrf passlns frequently, "Is dan
gerous and a mcnaco to tho safety of tho
During tho past week tho rato of mortality 1
In Park City has boon grcator than at any
other tlmo In Its history, oxccptlng the ac
cidents two yearn ago. Iato this ovenlns
John R. Donahue died at his homo on upper
Main street, and this makes the eighth death
this week, whllo two others aro lying at tho
point of death with pneumonia.
Special to The Trlbuno. .
PROVO, Deo. 17. George IL Hickman of tho
Fifth ward died last night from ptomalno
poisoning. Tho deceased had partaken of come
poisoned meat, although Uio health of Mr.
Hickman had been bad for soroo tlmo. Tho
deceased 'was born In 1SG2, In Birmingham.
England, but had been In this country slnco
fifteen years ago.
Miss Mlnnlo Lowls. formorly of Vineyard,
but now living at Garland, waa married In
tho Locan tcmpplo to Charles Glcason on Do
IWallaco Simmons, charged with a criminal
offense, waa released on 1 710 bonds, to await
tho action of tho District court.
Judco Booth admitted to citizenship F. L.
Edward Potcrson, formerly of Germany.
Tho Utah County Teachers' association met
todny In tho collego-hall of tho Brlghain Young
university. Thcro was a large atlendanco.
Rosa E. Rccco was granted a dlvorco from
G. T. BEAN IS BOUND
OVER TO DISTRICT COURT
Special to Tho Trlbuno.
RICHFIELD, Dec 17. Tho preliminary
hearing of G. T. Bean on tho chnrfio of at
tempting to suborn a witness waa hr.d bo
foro Justlco Poter Jensen on Thursday. It
Is alleged that Bean, ns agent for Alb;rt Mo
Bride, paid money to Mrs, Almlra Lewis of
this city and her daughter to iret them to
testify against tho raid McBrldo In a suit
pending against him for criminal relations
with Miss Lowls. who was at the time undor
ngo. Witnesses for tho State wow examined,
but tho defenso did not put In any evidence,
Mibmlttlng lis case with tho croes-exnmlnatlon
of tho Stale's witnesses. The JustlCo held
thn defendant to tho District court and placed
his bond In tho sum of JKW.
This Is tho case which created eo much
Hllr just beforo the election. Bean was tho
candldato for County Attorney' on tho Re
publican ticket, nnd a few weeks beforo olec
tlon this matter was mado public. The coun
ty commlttco met and requested Bean to
withdraw. Ho declined to do so and tho com
'mltteo afterward virtually repudiated him and
ho waa defeated by something over W otts. '
Judge Chldestcr spent Thursday on the
bench here arid put In a full day, with tho
Hannah Poterson vs. A. J. Crosier The do
fondant nioved to haVo tho Judgment of tho
court set aside. Mies Potorson brought suit
against Croslor for seduction, and when tho
caso was colled In court Crosier was not rep
resented either In porsOn or by counsel. Tho
plaintiff was awarded damages In tho sum of
t2W), a fourth of tho amount asked for. Tho
defendant now considers himself entitled to a
hearing In tho matter and petitions tho court
as abovo stated. Tho motion was denied. No
tlco of appeal will be served.
Tom Forgucon vs. Lorenzo Nlclsnn Judg
ment, which had boon withheld pending tho
taking of tho case under ndvleempnt, rendered
In favor of tho defendant on tho ground of
no causo of action. Thirty days granted plain
tiff In which to movo for a ncV trial.
Mrs. Elizabeth A. Ivlo was appointed guard
ian of tho cstato of her husband, Frank M.
Ivlc. who 13 now an Inmato of the State men
tal hospital at Provo.
J. W. Phillips was granted permission to
sell poraonal property belonging to P. D. Schoo
A document purporting to bo tho last will
and testament of Thomas C. Jensen, decoRsed,
was admitted to probate, and Jens I. Jen
son and Chris J. Jensen were appointed ex
ecutors of the estate.
Tho Januory term of court was set as fol
lows: State of Ut&h vs. Albert McBrlde, January C.
Stale of Utah vs, Ellzaboth Murphy, adul
tery. January C.
Joseph A Smith vs. W. H. Clark, January C.
Myron Prlsbrcy vs. H. G. Weal, January C.
Poter Anderson vs. Joseph Borg, January G.
James Diamond McGuagon vs. Matilda Bcut
ler, January 6.
Oeorgo C. Morrison vs. Charles Morrill, Jan
Paul Dublnl vs. Sovlcr Consolidated Gold
Mining, Milling and Prospecting company,
Tho clerk was ordered to draw a venire of
thirty Jurors for this term of court.
her husband, John R. Recce. She was grantod
U2 a month alimony, J25 attorney fees, cer
tain real oetato valued nt !), custody of
two minor children and full costs.
Oliver S. Chllds, aged 27, of Bprlnrndlle, re
colvcd llccnso to marry Lillian Jones, aged
0, Of Spanish Fork.
James Chlpman has been appointed admin
istrator of the cstato of Joslah Smith, and
Fanny Zundcll has been nppolntod administra
tor of tho cstato of John Zundcll.
I Instead of waiting until after the Holidays, we will begin m u
our sale K
MHDHY 'clock H
SLOTH HND VELVET tj gW f H
THELORnMHDE SUITS.. Oil i H
HANDSOME IMPORTED . I
DANCING DRESSES, ' ( 1. C.lS I '
DINNER GOWNS, j i-J.nyji ui 9
! ELEGANT EVENING GOATS, -dj '
FUR AND VELVET COATS, ( j CZjfll 1 'lil
LONG ORAVENETTE COATS, I . 1
ENGLISH TOP COATS. J Qjfy T. ... I
NECKWEAR and LADIES' TOGGERY ! I
Smartest gifts for the ladies can be seen in this elegant as- 1 jH
sortment of Fancy Collars, Bels, Chiffon Scarfs and Novelties i
at popular prices. jH
HATS 12 OFF
I Turkish leather R Como in and aco our line ofKarp
ion Oasc.Roclwr p'iano Stool,' Smokirxg '
Tea Tables, Bookcases, Musio Cabinets, Shaving Stand. I 151 JM
" A. fow o iheso Morns Chairs left. I !S "Wo havo bvc of theeo Mission A special in an ALL BRASS 'BED this week. It is full size, has 3j
SjSSS,'...".''' .25 Cents w $5.85 S't:".T"!..S10.75 S3SX.mS?& '.'.'.' ..$31.50
CREDiT is GOOD. c'Stfco I
A GUNN SECTIONAL BOOKCASE makes a practical present. 1
1 H" E! 'WK H B r 1 P9 W H I ink H m A ITU Wh H MV il We havo a largo and complete lino of EARPEN DAVENPORTS. ,
I IB S n& p Hrw I B m ! llm B fiw m Lxk lt wT ffl 1 I W 8hW 2 different stylcs of 3FANCY R0CKEES- I
HliH-J H 'CHI" B J H H era mm mm U m LJJm We are Open 'Every Evening Until Christmas I H
18 to 40 EAST THIRD SOUTH STREET goods bought kowwhl be held uKmaasBmjJ (