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W ni v MOKMNG, DECEMBER 31, lflftl, ' I
THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. page eleven fgS
DfiPui" Ogdcn Bureau
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Ml. THE HEALYHOfZI.
1 . or Jen. oprH
(I" ntf lo "rniM Ostermoor
w ltT7 .-'-r.lnB Good.
STRIKE AT DEER CREEK
V". .r..." The ..re which
, .Irarale properi
, I'sh m I
Hr'iiJt wn. quarantined
Stifl ' dl"i v "f pnoumonln.
Mf -'' fiiv rhlMren. ns and
BZtnTsad her hubnd survive her.
Jc' n m ..." fhr Seventh .1ltrlci
rtjft' r'ojrin -i-r.la on.
SlL r,ir.r i.rr.ini founty
1ELc't 't1 rjf ?,u"' r""'' rxc:rr,ln"r
2am-' )- out.lnr Awmor, will
l-RitfSciil I"' "'' "r' ,!v
Kj orchard In r-lr.asant Grove.
SaL Hi War Veterans hve Issued
u tnnunl reunion whlrta they
JJkAm.'1caD Fork January 3.
KfcM ef rbllemsn Kelley of this
Wst Sx!o Qrooaebeclt r'f Sprlncv lllo
"SgL ('icn. Jr. IWore Ju'Ik
cE. b'jUraiierj and was fined 15
. SLtStx e W r Loveless. e.inr nnd
asTT ti American Fori; Citizen, and
UgBwt Csralnrrrn I armntcl to tr.ke
Sf lb month "f June. rt'.th iiro
FgS Tho enjoy poo-i skating m-e
J W W of'" r nr""''- 'katlne that
B Ctitta many T'-nr arid oe a re
j 1 4t 1) rlxltM ea-h day by hundreds.
M L(Str. Ameriron Fork r(ny..n l
U C r 'enr 1nter of active work.
rtleb tiin coruMerable ore will be
hie jk hrtSlproeot a eoon as the spring
N fftl '" tearrs ttat left here TueMav
uMait roAd up the . snyon 'hrourh
Ej Cn l'1 te mines on Miliar hill cot
Jp flft'..' tw !.'. fnrl norli 1 nrl i (r
I Sir BfcUftd Fereral l.im In the
rs-tvklnj thst they encountered
"WHO SCHOOL ALUMNI
'Trr t:th t" - :.-i-n,. r.r tii
; K '"' p' ,p w ve th w 'on. I
Bloa ef the Alumni n-- inii.in
DB'r' t-icti school at Button's hull i-t
k'B ere h.jut fifty cui hU present
p t-r'.t-iiu-. ,-.f n,
ti TMl.iiie was tlont: to rnako
1 u en)e able one. The. tiall was
temnuM In the riir.rn of the lilph
ti orchettra fr-.m Mn.! hall
IB4 '-, B0"lc lor tho dnnolnf. which
H4M festure of ih evening t 11
UfM to the nd.iacent hull, where
JV' ,,r ''r',l 'i 'he ouni ladle-s
ifev. ifvr whlrh dari'ing was re
HkaiSMt I o'clock thle mornlns: The
B1" !'",,:r'S or.e but th. .ntortaln-
IBOK U fuiur. ijr,-ff5 U assured.
fP - - -
rompary. his up from I'rnv
ijBJf I "i-jrts everythlnc In
M1'!'. He fas that hi- has r
:! "lih ore that Is far
JUr ret rn.our.if rM. an I that the
;r "I" l-' pushed i
isa the Little Bell
"jBlf" irrounr dr; ,u. I
JaV se VTlriC "lth ,hj
jBF1 r" My U thi pr.'s.nt nii ..f ex-
US THE COLDEST
SPOT IN THE STATE
I h Ttt Tribune.
" ffri-I1 ,KO- -Thc coldest day
E,.- , 1 u i in ;- r i
9 Sbod"- 1", ' " 1 1 ni-r-
9 5t3Ti I', t :" ; " ' '"' k " "
I I w?s 3 ahove. It i ma
I lnSrt;L ,1,u ,h''' should be
H H hui .- h,n ' "tanco of
S Ifch! to Vr,K:rR orc this have
KB Wf-Kion n close sr-rond.
,'l1kt.Wrapan''" bl? compre. I
JtF1 Sojng Sver &7ch I
,'," ' the drill.
VSTthe it? re ,araln worltins fun
mp;; m" - maki,,K
5f FIRST CUP WILL
IvJ01' A TREE TEA
P FOR EVER
! REED SMOOT DISPOSES
OF OGDEN REALTY
rectal to The Tribune
Or.nF.N, Utah, Deo. 30 -Horace Peery
and nalnh r oaj. caanpr of rtah Na
tlonal bank, have purchased the Interest of
Reed Smoot In what I known as Fl.k I addi
tion to Osden City, consisting of about nine
Xros This addition was platted, by Archl
C Flsk and lir-, n ,ho southern part of the
City along Thlrly-flrst street, from J.fTerson
to Madison avenues.
nXhr r'" b hut Mle change m the of
ficioi roaur M the ,viunly building tho rominc
nlrMCr'!' Clerk-eleet Mattson has an"
k." Hh i. V" rr'n"'l"'"f ("r his of Ho..
KdHh It. 1.1 and 1,-n. , Itlnghum Ht win
w.k v:,as,uD;pu,,e8 B,uth' Farr
t '.Kt,.RMCor,1''r F111" wm addition to
JMOpfa I Waltae and Mrs Kvelvn K We1
"h.n ,Ann,U BrOW"' Wh0 Mere-da Mrs
KK..or Dlx connot as yet tell whether he
Will hov any new faces In his office or not
Hit present forae consints of F s Chai-in
... .1 l.,r.:. BlMrr H,n,,rhott and W.Jlar-i-..ulgrr
Tin- In h possibility of tw., of these
chance?' vn,C9 "' there win bu no
.h-rlff Bailey nnd Treasurer rhsmhers will
mak? ivi rlmnj.'!
The change wm tak). ,,)are on Tuem,ay
general Munager Murray of the Rocky
Kountals Bell Telephone oomponv was m o,.
oeu t."lay nnd announced big Improve-m.-nt
which the rmMny . preparing to
n.ake at onre In Its local plant. Mr Murray
etaiCfl that the company now has subscrib
ers In gden and that the business ha.l con
pleteiy .Mjig.-..,, pl,..nt a.-eonmiodatkm-
A new, intwjoni flreproof building U to bo erect
ed In tho rear of the present cne isx;o fect
two stories and basement Into this new bullcl
Inc will bo lnstalle.1 a modem No l relay
switchboard, costing 24.0f. ad will more
than doublo the capacity of the plant. The
hc.o.'l of Jl"wo,t'',f Wl" 0081 ln lb" nr2hhrtr-
Ralph Dawson. :4. and t dna KoOowaa 14.
01 Uitt. were todoy granted s llc-nse to
The J1.-..O00 damage gull of Christina Eber
sun agaliiMt tho I'nlon Pacific Itullroa1 com
pany irai today settled out of court nnd the
action dismissed Upon stipulation of the par
ties, puintirr agreed to take W"V. and tho pro
posal was accepted
Th Mascot soloon r.n Twenty-fifth street
has been attached hi thr Sheriff on a suit for
Tho Board of County Commissioners held Its
final pension of the year this afternoon The
board received Btatletlcal statements from
l. ilc Holllngsworth of tho n.id county
s-!-esini.nts on all claxses of property In tho
City and county for the years 1WM to lfc5 In
clusive A number of bills were allowed.
Tho matter r.f tho confirmation Of the sale
of fifty-five shares of the capital Btock of the
Shups-Y llllams Csnd) i .t...an-. the property
of the eMiato of Innlei yhupe. deceased came
'ip before Judge Rolapp today The pravloUe
bid was tl 1.000. by Joseph Scowcroft Mrs
Pearl perker now offers 112. 1W) and Tomes
Plngreo 112,600. Tho hearing was then con
tinued until tomorrow
j. P. Day. the young man who Is confined
t the connty tail on the charge of '-mberxle-ment,
attempted sulci. lo lnit night He made
main- loud thffeatfl that he would kill himself
before he attempted the set. He secured a
razor u-.-l I li . prK .r.cr and procee-le I to
enrry out his threat but was prevented from
doing so by the prisoners.
T-ate this afternoon Day apparently became
crar.y. throwing himself on the floor of his rel
ami all attempts to pgclfy him were unavail
ing. It appears that Day s wlfo hnd been m
the habit of visiting him each day. but he
ah.ir. her so that whe erased her visits. When
Informed that his wife would not come am
nions Doy opporently lost his reason, threw
himself on the floor of his cell and continually
cried the name of "Alice," his wife. Seeing
they could do nothing else with the man. the
offlcei. after a rlcloui fight, overpowered him
and placed him In n podded cell.
The Board Of Education held s short meet
ing here tonight Th. treasurer reported that
he Had received WOO from the County Treas
urer and that there Is now ivci on hand. The
Superintendent of Schools reiorted that the
school buildings have been renovated In prep
aration for th.- op. nine .f the spring season
Th- uu.stlon f nclnatlng nil pupils was
considered, as the public fear smallpox
The City ounc met tonight and decided
to sell tho property of delinquents In rfr
district No. 9.
A BOnsational story' comes from iollce circles
that t negroes and two white men escaped
from prison at Alcatnu:. Col . som days ago.
and compounded their crime by carrying uwa
the safe As the story goes, the men forged
Ihelr furlough, got Into the office of the
prison and carried the safe uwfly bodily, rob
bing It of n large amount of money They are
UPPPeefl to liaie. come to I gden llrst. but
later are suspected of being In Salt Lake City.
The end of the construction work on the
Ogden-lAICtn rut-off Is In sight. Tomorrow
tic re than .v men will arrive in Ogden to
receive ihelr vouchers for their time and this
Is construed to mean the rinsing of the work
on theK cut-off. Th's was predicted by The
Tribune e few days ago. and the fact that nil
of the nien ore to he paid off tomorrow, that
the office force In tgden Is lelng reduced ond
thai Mr Marsh, the chief engineer, has re
turned to the city Indicates that the company
hns concluded that the cut-off is a success
and that no extra work will be needed In the
future. The cut-off has already been turned
over lo the operating detiartment.
More Than 36,000 Square Inches
fif white paint Is In front of Orepory's
cigar store, ,1 West Flrpt South.
MEETS OLD FRIENDS.
Frank James Makes First Visit to
Great West and Pleases Callers.
Special to The Tribune
OGDEN, I'tnh, Pco 30. -T f Hie average
American boy who bos p. nt his bile
houra with the yellow-backed novel re-
countlng the blood . iir.illnR exploit of
the "Jatneti Roys.' and who had pictured
1'i-ink Jamea a some horrible ngre, the
very slfclit of whom wouid give orm the
nightmare, bad n. lompanled The Tribune
roorted to room 107 at the Reed hotel this
.1 f.rnoon he WOUld have had that Illusion
v efully dispelled!. Frank Jnmes is a
i int and courteous man of about .12
years, of exceedingly pleasing conversa
tion. He was presented to the reporter by
c Gunnell the wH-known attorney,
and on old-time friend of 'ho jami-s fam
ily HIS hand clasp was worm In the ex-
i mo and hla greeting hearty nnd sincere.
ii talked f..i about thirty mlnutea of hi.
experleno on the stngi' n.i stnte-d thai
lie hod met with gratifying success He
came to Ogden with his company fhis.
itiornlnK and appears at the Grand opera
house tomorrow night in "The Fatal
Mr James stated that this was his first
trip west "f the ROCklea and that he felt
ezceedlnglj gratified at ih. number of
friends ho had met He said that, of
course, many people came io sec him out
of a RIOrbId ( lirlOBltj tO Bee v. hat manner
of man he was, bul thai thej were far In
ll,.. ii. ii . o il . 1 . . i.n -'-, bun-,, 'f n:i
fascinated with the Western country par
ticularly the mountains which he pro
nounced as "grand." Mrs. James. Is wllh
her husband but does not appeir before
i Ii footlights.
Denied Murdering Twin Sister,
RISING Bl V nd Dec 10 -.lames Gil
lespie, the defendant look the tHand t-
i.i v in ih.- trial of the charges aasinsl
him of murdering his twin r'atcr, Blhnv
l ih Olllespte H denied that ho had
fired the shol thai killed her or otherwise
had ueed violence toward her or that he
was in front i'i the huuso that night.
WOULD BE SUED
By Logan Liverymen
Logan Journal Cooked Up
Editor, When Confronted With De
nials, Admits It Was One of
Special to The Tribune.
LOC5AN. Dec 30 A sensational Btory swept
the town u day or two ago as the community
road In the Logan Journal of a suit for libel
lo be Instituted by the livery people of this
city against The .Salt I-akc Tribune, for alalc-mi-nts
recently publlehed relative to an -alleged
boycott of a United States deputy marshal by
the liverymen. Groups of men here and there
dikcussed, the question as to the probability or
Improbability of such action by tho livery
people. The Tribune correspondent being but
tonholed thr.e and again ae to the fact
This Is what the Journal said. "The livery
men of Logan contemplrtto a libel suit against
Th.- salt Lake Trlbuno for slating that a
f'nltid Stales deputy marshal, who looked like
reads n mt . mild not obtain a rig to chase
P- lynamlsts, io tak.; out one f hla OWn plu
rals, oi for ony other purpose so long ns he
would not oivrdrlxo the nags. The livery
men are not in the business for sentimental
considerations and such stories Injure their
In order to set the matter at rest and to
show that the Journal editor was either Jeatlng
or bluffing. Tno 1 ribune's representative paid
a personal Islt to each of the four livery
stables, making Inq.ilry as to the fact or fic
tion of iho above statement. Tho replies fol
low Motes Thatcher, Jr. for the Thatcher llerr,
hli attention having been called to the Jour
nal editorial, sakl "There Is nothing In It
My business has not been Injured. And, any
way. I would not join sucb a movement for
Charles Mnughan. manager of the City
llvenr. heultated, mads lnqulr, seemed dls
r,r..l to equivocate threatened a little, but
finally said. ' No. I have taken no such action,
and exr.e-i to do nothing "t th- Kind so long
as Tho Tribune treats me right Hut I will
stand no nonsense from The Tribune or any
other paper I want them 10 know I am
white, and entitled lo white treatment nnd
The Tribune must not misrepresent my bU6l
rent. All I ask Is fair treatment."
Moses Rlanchnrd rcprenent Ing tho Rlsnch
ard livery, said. 'There Is absolutely nothing
In the report so far ns we are concerned. Wo
are not looking for ony Inw suits"
Hyruai Secrlst. for the Cache Valley Trans
fer company, answered by phono: "We know
nothing about It and are Involved In no anion
With The Tribune '
The lost place, visited was the Journal of
fice. Kdltor Gordon stated thul he had writ
ten the statement In Jest. In a moment when
a merry wae swept up his spine'
NEW MINING COMPANY
ORGANIZED AT PROVO
Special to The Tribune
PRO VQ Dec. TO - Articles of Incorporation
of the Ironclad Mining company were. AIM
wllh Clerk Rackman today The properties
brought together are all situated northeast of
Provo. The Incorporators are Kmlle Muhlstcln.
Rrlgham Muhlsteln. John W Muhlsteln. Kno. Ii
Muhlstcln. Thomas Allmnn Man A AlJman.
John H Allen Mary J Allen. Albert Allman.
L.evi W Allmnn Vrank Allen, W. B, RydaJch
William Alexander and D Alexander, all of
Provo. The capital stock Is placed at 1 1 7. rl
and Is divided Into 30.0)0 shares. The officers
are John H. Allen president. John H Muhl
steln vice-president. W K Rydolch. secre
tary and tn nurer. Thomas Allman, general
manager The QoIdOD CrOW Keystone, Key -slons
No 1 and th Emma lode are the prop
erties brought together
A marriage llcenso nus ned to John T
Stone of Salem aged 19. and Kate Allgood
Hector, aged IS. of Sprlngvllle.
At the meeting of the Pinrd of Education
held last evening the resignation of G. T
Judd i o take effct on the llrst of tho year,
and the resignation of Emma Savage to take
effect Immediately, ns teachers In the public
fchools. were presented and accepted. Mr
Judd re-lgns because DS will go Into the A
essor's office and Miss Savage on account of
the Illness of her mother Miss Josephine
Kellogg was employed In place of Miss Savuge.
I' ;'' per month, and Superintendent Raw
lings whs nu' hortzed to secure a successor to
The resignation of Miss Ads Wllklns ns
librarian and substitute teoi her was accepted
by the School board, jm-1 Mls Hannah Dunn
was employed to fill the vacancy, at ISO per
FROZE HIS FEET;
IS SENT TO JAIL
Fp"--Ial to The Tribune.
LOGAN. Vtah. Dec. 30 James Clark, a
young man from Port Towntend, Wash . was
picked up Ot i a-'he Junction by Deputy Sher
Ifl RarkT wllh fmzen feet, and sent to this
city, being ghen quarters In the county Jail
and cared for by the County Physlolan
John Spftnde. one of Iigan s successful busl
nn men. has returned from a protracted
visit abroad, and reports a very enjoyable so
journ among old frlcnda and scenes.
President J H Mndford of the P Y college
reports lhal arrangements are being made to
bring Prof Clarke from Chicago unrfersltj n
give O series of lecture hero this ti Inter
Ieonard Ldta of I-wlston. whose mentsj
equilibrium hea gis'n way. has been commit
ted to the Pro.i asylum his fil-nds hoping
that a few weeks' confinement and rctt there
mav restore htm to uunl heulth
The voting child of Mr and Mn. albert
Jenkins sac. burled to.lpy. pneumonia being the
Immllat cause r.f death.
Eoy Cowan Gallant.
Special to The Tribune
El'REKA. I toh. D.h JO -The conlet case
for the office of County Recorder of Juab
county which was to have been heard before
judge Ifarloneauz leal Wednesday, won not
tried. a Roy i owan, the Republican candi
date, permitted the office to go to JIIks Chap
pell by default
Til'- official count glle the otllce (,, Mr
Cowan by a plurality of 9 votes, and n certifi
cate of election wan Issued to him ljiter a
mistake wss discovered which changed ihe re
sult and gave Miss "happen a plurality of 2
o. It wss reported that other error had
been discovered In I'owan's favor and that the
cose would be e.ail"st". but Mr. Cowan did
not appear In court
Want New Light Plan.
Special 10 The Tribune
PATSON. L'tah, Dec 3. Considerable talk
Is being Indulged In by our citizens over the
bond election tor $1- 00o. which has been called
f, i Situr.lfl- January Jl. Th. ''It'. Council
hn '-uiie.l the election to see whether or not
,l, pi ip w.int an electric light plant placed
ID I condition, thai light" may be for
Dished during tho winter months At present
It., plant Is closed on BCCOUnt Of Hie 9 it
being froxen In the mountains.
The graduating class of -the Pnyson public
..-h -.i held lis exeroleea ai the Second aid
meeting-li ' lost cvtning.
City And Neighborhood!
AT MIDNIGHT last right Co!. rrrltT
was said to be resting easy, but his condi
tion Mhowi-.J little If : 1 1 Improvement over
that of the previous "day. Tho delirium
has not left hltn and his condition 1ft tlll
INSTEAD of the snow or rain predicted
for yesterday, S;iit Laki wns treated to a
Chinook, and th.- snows of Christmas day
melted away ns thev would beforo a sum
mer breeze. As early :is 8 o'clock yester
day morning tho thermometer registered
ttt 4a above sero; nt 1 o'clock it whs -la
above, and at no lime durinp; the day did
It approach the freeslng point However,
the barometer continued to fall, and Dr.
llyutt h hopeful that at least a portion
of the clouds which have been hanging
over the northwest country for the past
three days may bo Induced to shin this
way and shed somo moisture over the Salt
1-ike Valley before continuing their east
AT TlIK meeting of tho World s Fair
commission, which was held yesterday ln
ih. Governor's office, tho report was sub
mitted. Final consideration of the report
will talie place at tho meeting on Monday
nt 11 o'clock. Other routine matters were
attended to, Certain sales that had been
made by Director-General Whlttaker w re
approved, amounting to 11389 These were
sab-s of the furniture nnd other equip
ments of the rjtah building ai the Worlds
fair. At tho mio-tlnc on Monday morn
ing, thiv members will take their official
leave of Governor Wells
DEFINITE arrangements have been
made for tho funeral of Charles Bills, who
was burne-d to deitth it fw ilays ago. The
services will take place today at tho
rhapi-l of Jcis.-tih Wllllutn Taylor on 'A t
Temple street and v. ill be conducted by
Bishop W hltney. Friends are Invited to
WHEN arralRned before Justice Miller
of Bingham yesterday, charged with cm
Ix zzling a sum of money from a saloon
keeper of that place, ' Butch P.nwn en
tered a plea of not guilty He was ar
rested on Commercial street Thursday by
Deputies Sharp and Smith, tho former
taking him to Bingham yesterday niorn
iin,' Brown win bo given a preliminary
hearing Wednesday. As mar as can be
learned a saloon-keeper left "Butch" In 1
barge of the Milium for a few minutes
while he was out. and upon hl return the
mun and the money In the till were both
a e a
TUB funeral scrlces over the remains
of the late Helen Thlrklll were held yes
terday from the famllv residence. Many
lo ing friends assembled to pay a last
tribute'. Tho floral offerings were many
and beautlfui C R. Savage spoke feel
ingly of the many pleasant associations of
early days. He also paid a high tribute
io the life, character and loving disposi
tion of the deceased. Bishop IverSOn of
the Second ward spoke fittingly and B UlO
rendered "Nearer. My Clod to Tln-e." A
large cortege of sorrowing friends fol
lowed the remains to their last resi.ng
place The grave was dedicated by Joseph
RICHARD SEXTON. n employee Of
the city In th? water works department,
WSS badly injured yesterday while work
ing up Parley s creek lie was cutting Ico
In the bed of the creek. Above him the
ico had become Jammed In s dam about
twenty feet high. A largo block or lea
fell on him. crushing his right leg. No
hones were broken but tlu doctor who at
tended him said that he would be laid up
for a week He l about 3 years old and
has a wlfo and family
a e a
WATCH service will be hold at the First
Baptist church tonight Wh.lo the old
year Is going out and the new one coming
in, the work of L4 will he rev Icved and
plans will bo laid for the, work of 1SKC.
A I'NION voung people's meeting will
he held tomorrow evening at 6 o clock at
Phillip ' ongic national i lurch under the
auspices of the Young People's Christian
union. C. E. Marks will be the leader.
THE Women's Republican club will hold
Its regular meeting Ian. 3. iWS, at the
homo of Mrs. S C. Dallas, No. South
Tenth East street.
HOLMBERO. 7-year-old daughter
of William Holmberg of liTV; "vWti First
South, has smallpox.
PERSONAL MENTION I
i 1 i I
Samuel e ra ye ford, a mining nan of
Menominee, Mich, is at the Wilson.
William Simpson, the contractor In
barge of the work now going on at Fort
liouglas. hns returned from a lnp to
I unver, where he went to spend Cirl?t-r.-as
with his famllv
Senator Ravenel afacbsth of t uster,
Idaho and wife, are at tho Wlls. n, on
their way hom? from a trip, through the
l.-...ern States Considerable Urn- wri
pent a I St Louis Just before the close
of the World s fair In speaking of th
f-moot ease. S -nator Macbeth said- "
have talkrd wllh a grent many l astern
1 eople about th Smoot case, and It
reems to b.' the general opinion of thos-i
1 met that the Utah Senator should urn.
will he unseated in fact, the newspa
pers, as well ns the general public, seem
t i hold the same view of the last- all
through the East."'
P. B. Fav, city Jailer of Butte. Ir visit
ing In Salt Tike City. He Is enjoying
hie hospitality of chief of Police W 'llllani
More Than 36,000 Square Inches
of white paint Is In front of Oregory'ji
clear store, 31 West First South.
PLEASED WITH MANEUVERS.
Gen. MacArthur Says Those on the
Const Were Notrtbly Successful.
WASHINGTON. Dec 30 -rn. MacAr
thur, commanding the Pui-ifl. division, In
his report on tho Joint maneuvers held
during ths summer at Atascadero, Cal ,
and at American Iyake Wash., says the
most notable event connected with tho
maneuvers resulted from the resource
fulness of the 'iRiinl . orps under Lieul
Ooodale at American Lake, where, under
tho pressure of emergencies, many ln
genlous and valuable electrical demon
strations were made The report recom
mends a permanent continuance of tho
In a special report on the California
maneuvers Gen. MacArthur, speaking ..i
tho results of the tminlng received by
the troop" Tuples a Colonel of a Califor
nia regiment u saying they had learned
lliut ll waf n.'c.-ssary lo march fifteen
rnlles to right llftcen minutes, nnd s,. fg
i io- formulation of such a truthful Hnd
almost classical epigram as tho result of
axpt rlence gained during tho encamp
ment Is lii Itself of sufficient Important a
to Justify the entire expense of the Undl r
HAIR TELLS CHARACTER.
Color of Hair Said to Indicate a Per
Many people believe that blonde, or
light hair denotes affection and dark hair
constancy. A person without hair Is not
devoid of character, far from It. The
disposition of the average, bald-headed
man Is to show such solicitude for the
welfare of others, that he neglects hlm
edf A germ causes baldneas Prof,
Babouroud, of Paris. France Inoculated
a rabbit with Dandruff gsrms. causing it
to become lotully bald ln five week?' time.
To rid 'he sculp of these dungerous germe
it Is necessary to apply Newbro's Hcrpl
clde "Destroy tho cause--you removo the
Sold by leading druggists Send i0c In
tamps for sarmvlej to The Iicrplcido Co.,
YEAR'S DEFICIT I
ONLY $22,900,9011 1
Expenditures Increase $50,
000,000, Including Pan
Decre-r.se of Cash in National Treas
ury for 1904 Amounts to
WASHINGTON. Dec. 30 The Treas
ury department today Issued a review
of Trcu-sniry operations for the calendar
year 1904. The Treasury receipts for
the calendar year 1904 ysere $540,000,000,
and the expenditures (Including the
Panama payment), $562,000 000 -a fteflclt
for the year of $22,000,000.
As COmp&red with th previous cal
endar year, the receipts Show a falling
off of $8,000 000 and the expenditures an
increase of $50,000,000.
The decrease In customs receipts was
$9,000,000 Civil and miscellaneous ex
penditures InoreaiY'd $15,000,000, War de
partment, $9,000,000; Navy department,
$21,000,000, pensions, $2,000,000, and inter
Increase in Interest.
The increase in Interest is due to the
fact that a portion of the Interest of
1903 Was) anticipated In 190L' The llgures
do not Include the postal receipts and
expenditures, except that the postal def
icit Is included In the civil and mist el
Imports for the llrst eleven months of
TS0-I were 1989,000,000, an Increase over
the corresponding period of 1903 of $22,
imports free of duty for the same pe
riod Increased $42,000,000. while dutiable
Imports decreased $20,000,000 ln 1903,
43i per cent of the Imports were free
of duty, while in 1904 47 per cent were
free of duty.
Virtually the entire increase In free
Imports nas In three articles coffee,
India rubber and raw silk. .Although
dutiable imports decreased $20,000,000,
raw sugar and wool show Increases ag
gregating S2S.0fHi.0iHi. All other dutiable
imports decreased nearly $r;o.ooo.ooo Of
this decrease. $20,000000 was ln Iron and
Right of Way for Canal.
other noteworthy features of the
Treasury transactions In 1904 were the
payment out of accumulated surpluses
of 160,000,000 for the right of way of
tho Panama canal, the redemption of
the outstanding 5 pr-r cent bonds, due
February 1 1904, and the various calls
on the national bank depositaries for
the return of a portion of their public
deposits. The redemption of 6's during
the calendar year was approximately
Public funds on deposit with the
banks were redueeel from $1 66.000, 000,
January 1. 1904. to $1 13,000. 000 at the
(lope of the year. The tails on the
banks to mature early in 1905 will fur
ther reduce these deposits and replenish
the cash In the gene-ral fund of the
Treasury to the extent of $21 000,000.
The cash In the Treasury, exclusive
of the gold reserve and gold and sliver
coin, held against outstanding certifi
cates, was $320.000 000 on January 1.
1904. At the close of the year It wa9
j2IO,uuu.(Hifi, n ie. ivase of JSO.OilO.OOO for
Nothing better Jor chil kens than
fresh ground bone at Vogeler's seed
Senator Piatt Says
lie jsjo Quitter
Win Remain in Senate as Long as He
Can, Regardless of Others'
NEW YORK. Dec, 30. "I never retire
when other people try lo force me to re
tire," said Senator Piatt today, when In
formerl that there wns a rumor that form
er Gov. Black Is to succeed him ln the
Senate "I probably shall icmaln In the
I'nlted States Senate us long as I can.
I had entertained the thought of resign
ing If Mr Black had been elected In Sen
ator Qepew's place. I was as much In
terested In the return of Mr. Dspew as If
i myself hud been tho candidate."
When "..-iked what effect the return of
Izatlon. Senator Plutt snld. "I don't see
that it win have any particular effect.
" our friends nre saying thut you now
win resume active leadership of the or
ganiaatlon." ii wns suggested.
"It is useless to discuss a matter of
that character at this time,' said tho
"Do you expect to confer with Gov.
Odell over organisation matters?
"1 don t know what I should confer with
hlin about.' said Mr, Platf. I m.c.
him. 1 suppOBe ho will send for me.
expect to see Speaker Nixon before the
organisation of ihe Legislature '
Will you have ony recommendations
with reference t.. committee ,o
"I am always Interested In good gov
ernment I've H little llat of r'-'-nmmen-il.Lili.nri
that I shall make to Mr N I n
ami to .the Governor "
Haimony Now Prevails.
NEW YORK. Doc 30 Senator Depew
and Ixuls Payn called at the office of
Senator Piatt today and the thr.e hoi s
private conference. It Is supposed over
the result of the Senatorial contest. Mr
Pavn has been represented lo ho a
staunch supporter of ex-Gov Black's can
dldacv, Mr. Puyn, after the conference,
"I am glad to nee Senator Depew win
and 1 have congratulated him and told
Senator I I. lit that II w.'S all rlr.lil S. n
ator Pint I and I have been friends for
foriv y.-ars. I have been advising Gov.
Black for six months that It would be i
hod policy for him to nter the race and
neglect hla business. I nSVer believed that
he would make i he race Everybod in
satisfied ami harmou) prevails lu thu
lyyyj Today WsU I
In addition to your receiving the regular monthly divS I
dend f J1.00 in i 1 l Trading stumps absolutely free, we
Kive wiih .ill puniinsi'S, in ovcrv pari of the stOre (excepting
E Rubbers ;inl Overalls), to th.- amount of fl.00, st;miis to the
I value of H
1 $7.50 I
I Specials for Today-Trimmed Kats. I
All Trimmed Bats, New Models, Pineal Materials; values
I 6.00 to flO.OO.
Hat Trimmings 1 300 Yards of Tan I
Velvet flowers, feathers nrd Silk VpIVt
foliage, pon pons, etc. $1.00 wvlll
I to 1. 75 values Selling' at SI 50 the yard; I !
Embroidery Silks j Battenberg Doilies H
J Erninnrd nnd Armstrong's 1 A pretty doily of fine Batten- I
cmbroidety silks, always 5c I berg, selling at 25c each; to- F
f skein. Doz. 1 day
i Ladies' Over Gaiters I Slippers H
H Two hundred pairs of ladies' I Felt and leather bedroom and I
3 gaiters, selling at G5c pair, to- I house slippers, St OU and $1.50 I
jl day values. Today-
Chiffons Note Paper H
50 pieces of wide silk chiffon, S 500 boxes of note paper with
all colors; values, $1 00 to I j envelopes, selling nt 10c the
$1.25 yard. Today I I box. Today '
ih new york h I
D CASH S I
I M I STORE M I
, The Best in Win- I I
P y ter Clothing, Hats
At and Furnishings
Store. at Cut Prices I
y M Come to this store
and save dollars.
BARTON CO., j I
ONE-PRICE, 45-47 MAIN.
Third Trial for Ciystal Murder.
GREAT FALLS Mont., Pec. JiO.
James Kesri WSS airaigncd today be
.i ...u . i ,' ne '.i the cha r-.-.- ..r kill
ing Thomas Crystal, a bartender, In
Helena several years ago and pleaded
i ot sulltv.
This will be Keerl'fl third trial, the
Supreme court ordering retrial In the
first Instance while In 'he see ond ;i dls-
agreement resulted. Keerl was former-
y one cf th best known civil er.pl
t.ecrs in the Northwest.
Stroke of First Trinity Crew.
PAN FRANCISCO, Pec. 30. News has
j ist come from OiSord England, that
William f'l-irk Crittenden, the Rhodes
Scholar from California, has been made
.-troke of the ilrrt Trinity crew. This Is
tin tirt time in m.my cars that a fresh
man has won this position
We take some risk of your
grocer's being too glad to
pay-out our money.
Vo;r grOCCX iclunu aur irwu U ji djn'l li.
Sdiilliag i Luu
Matinee Today, 2:15
The Bet Musical Organlzallon That Has H
Vltilted the W'eMt This Season. H
KIRKIi LA SHKI.I.K NI JULIAN H
EPW'ARDS' KEMlNINi; OPERATIC m
The Princess Chic H
An Elaborate Production. M People ST.. "H
The Talented and Beautiful Prima Donne. H
AS THE PRINCESS.
Great Cast. Funny Comedians. Grand H
Meautv Chorus. Catchy Muelc. MaKnlfl- H
cent f'oatumee. A Glorious. Glittering H
Display of Scenic and Electrical Ef- H
Positively the strongest production ever H
Klvcn of this, tho brightest and best of H
all operatic successes. H
Prices-tte, roc, 76c. $1 00. Jl :a Matlneo H
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