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Mi . - . THE SALT LAKB TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1906. - ? - . . "
i GOING 01
Jf of San Francisco Suffcr
jrs Is Foremost in Peo
i pic's Minds.
tfe)OL CHILDREN OF OlTY
WfiRE FULL OF ENTHUSIASM
Iier Carload of Provisions
warded From the Junc
to Tho TribOnc.
5N, April 21. Tho work of provld
fef' for the sufferers In tho Ban
co disaster goes on with all or
t the enthusiasm In Ogden that
id yestorday when tho school chll
ilttefcrl Up a carload of provisions
id wearing apparol and forwarded
r special train. Word was received
iday that tho car, together with
friom. Denver, had arrived In San
co jui5t after 1 o'clock today, and
e arrival was it provident one for
itST Children Enthusiastic.
!? enthusiasm of tho school chlldron
tciden could not bo abated in the
jgtof relief. After sending a car and
Iritc of provisions out of the city yes
:y they kept up the good work today,
Mhia' afternoon had another carload.
Rlwas forwarded today oh ono of tho
BsVcarrylng supplies from other points.
'-Whether nrty cars 0f provisions and
Sling- have left for tho west out of Og
Jjifcdny, some originating here and at
Tpolnts In Utah, but most of them
Dtk.from points east.
ififRelief Committeo Busy. V
iMCcntral Rolief committee which has
'flished headquarters in the ofllccs of
fiUgden Waterworks company reports
nivenlng that paid up subscriptions in
jljtf now amount to ?G912.75. Today tho
3 y ' Commissioners appropriated $1000
If&o saino fuiid, and the money Is coin
from the .money subscribed, tho
'ajtary donations which preceded and
following the organized movement;
Intimated to be worth at least ?3000.
'ilrman H. T. Dyer of tho central
iWtteo Is putting forth every effort,
'ay tomorrow ho will have everything
Js Notable Contributions.
OJfOf the notable contributions of lo
ilwas'oiio from the wholesale hoilso df
MScowcroft & Sons Co., with S7W.W.
Wst was headed by the firm with JSOO.
fie employees of tho houso raised tiro
fK to tho sum nbovfc staled. Aside
iflltho firm's contribution, there were
rtaelghl. individual subscribers, who
tHbuled from CO cents to $10 each.
5gX.Two Cars of Provisions.
uJOgden shipments of provisions to
fljiouiitod to two cars, onf tho result
aKefrorts of the school children, the
Hfrom the Central committeo and
uccl by that body. There will bo at
.Fne car per day go forward as lone
Wi necessity exists. Among tho ar
riQsfonvarded were 200 bed comforters
10 boys suits. ,
shalrman of tho relief committee is
cnll to tho ladles of Ogden to set
tonight nhd brtlso tomorrow to feed
angry refugees .who will arrive in
ty from tlmo 16 tllrio for" tho next
ays. We must feed thom. Bread
thcr edibles of , auy kind ready
It will bo received.
rAnxious About Her Son.
I William TJarbUn, who resided at
"aclflc avenue. Js very much dis
I, over the failure of her son to rc
n) her, On Tuesday, tho day prior to
Bu-thquake, dno of tho children of
Bid Mrs. Tttoirins Wlialon, fornTerlv
B.en, died. The mother was sick at
ne 'and there aro thrco other chll
H&The family resided in Brvant
,T their nnmlier being In the DOO's.
nrormation obtainable will be ap-
JW? !!?.' 2lrs.' J'anUIn and will bo
fd in Tho Tribune.
flSfov. D. F. Whlto of Montana came
ring PLEASES I
Everyone, and So Ioe3 Our I
g'.tjffRAL COAL & COKE CO.
tt tho Sign of the Peacock."
phonos 2600. 38 So. Main.
fl "" "
Jriie linman engine is
Ifp any other, it works
3t with the best fuel.
1 ephoneo Bell 618-T; Ind. 607.
arf)HButtB' Floors and Foundation!!,
i'Ttlaltum ana Composition Roofs
ij. Sanborn & -Co.,
10 AaoTOBS FOB OEIESNT AND
Crt0i?h,nrtOn AvenUo dcn. Utah.
-jW. "A-U "Work Guaranteed.
ton Dental Co.
W 218 South Main.
fh Work, Honest Prices.
xV"?ct!on of Toeth or No Pay.
"I Grow Hair"
No Longer any Excuse for Dandruff,
Failing' Hair or Baldness,.
Before and After
Fo actuallr Browfeholr. Btcpn hair fB.lltng
out. removoa dnnrtrun int quickly restores
luxuriant growth to fining BCRlpo. cyebrcma
twd cytflRiheE, and quickly restores firar or
rnded hnlr to its nnturul color. I don t nslt
you to tnke my word for it: let mo eond you
ft full 11 .00 packaira freei. Vrlta today.
Free $i.00 Package Coupon;
Fill out tho blank lines bolow, cut out
tho coupon and mall to J F Stokes. Mgr..
Fdso Dldc. Cincinnati, Ohio En
closo ten ccntn In .otomps or silver aa an
evidence of good faith and to help covar
packltiff. postage, etc.. and tho J100 pack
age will be sent you at once by mall fre
Glva full address wrlto ' plainly.
down from Dillon today nnd went west to
San Francisco. His wife and son wero
thoro at tho time of 4he earthquake and
subsequent lire, and It was not until ho
reached Ogden that ho received a mes
'sai;c sayliiK that the wife and son were
safe, but giving no Information about his
daughter, who is bolievod to bo In San
Francisco, while her mother and brother
aro at Ban Jose.
To Search for Relatives.
George Davis, the Butto mining man,
came through Ogden today en route to
San Francisco to make a search for rela
HvoB from whom he hns not hoard slnqo
the first crash.
OGDEN" FOUR HUNDRED.
What Is Going on Among Smart Set
of Junction City.
Special to Tlio Tribune.
OGDEN, April 21. Mm. Ralph D. lloag was
liosless on Thursday afternoon at a beautifully
arranged live hundred party, given at tho Vir
ginia. Green uml white wero tho prevailing
colors in the decorations, the room where
punch waa curved being eupeciolly Vretty with
quantities of Kuoter lilies, piumoea and ospara
k'u.s rerun. 'J ha labia wua UraieU in fc'rccn
satin and iHilted )lanta In Dloom lout an added
attraciivenuiti to tho nceno CartJn wero played
In the larKu upper hall, prises bolnc wun by
JIrs H. ll. llendoreoli. Mis. Krcd M. Kyo and
MrH. John Muteer. Tho tally cards wero vury
pretty, being ot the Kaslcr Illy design, dono
in water colors, tho work of illss Murlo Ad
ams. Luniflieon was sorv-ed In the dlttlnc
rootn, which wuu nlxo done In green and while.
About ulxly gueuts enjoyed tho charming at
falr. Mrs. C. M Androwi) delightfully entertained
at cards yesterday afternoon at her homo on
AiIriiih avenue. Tho home was bright with
iltcorhllons of llowern aiid ferns, and a daliuy
runcheon was one of tho concluding features of
the unusutllly pleasant afternoon. Muelo wna
furrllBlrid by Mlts Sloan, Mls.i Glen Douglas
and Miss Flowers. Th hosier whs naslBsted
by tho Misses Kthel Jlarcoinlic, Ulrdlo Bor
msin, Desslo Splcor and Andrew. Tho gujts
woro Mesdames A. V. Mcintosh, G. F. Mcin
tosh. Manson, Carr, EccIcb, Grant, Itunyon,
Dnvlft, Meek, Abbolt, Hurst, Cullon, Nelson,
MctiaW, Arthur Kuhn, Malono, Fulton,
AVherry, S. W Wherry, Brick, Nye, Thoinfts,
loaif, David Ecclei), "Wrlglit, Reynolds, Palim,
Georgo Matson, E. Matiion, Kuhn, Dickson,
D, II. rnory, Horace Peery, Ensign, l'hanen,
Conro', FltzBcrald, Cohllsk, A'nn Allen, Toy,
lllbbs, Brick, Joyce, Radeon, Jlnnlel, Stowurt,
Sheuly, LOwIb, ArmEtrong, Becknr, Humo.
Scott, Boll, Ilealy, SjMncer, Horn, Corlow.
Kowo, Rhine, Larkln, Harrlp, MImch Flta
gorald. EccliJ5, Eddy, SiHincer nnd Mosolcy
and Mesdainea "vVltheo nhd Wiley of Salt Lake.
Tho poEt-'Lnten na.t6ll wiw 6ppnod by Mrs.
F. N. Hens with a luhcheoh Riven on Monday
afternoon at her H6mo In hondi of ho guests,
Mesdamea Plummor and McClaln of Salt Lake.
Tho echo of th Easier Idea lingered In tho
decorative echem, which began with Easter
lilies nnd palmn In tho parlorn, but reached Its
fullness In tha dlnlnvrOotn. Ilr wero nowero
in profusion, Violets, carnation. rbs08 and
Terns Wherever a vas 6r bank could b placed.
Tha trtblo wai laid with covers for fourteen
and hero a yellow, whIM and green color
fcchomo prevailed. Ahparagus plutnosa draped
tho chandellcre, from which radiated streamers
or nnrrow yc'.low ribbon lo cadh platt, whole
a enow-whlto rabbit with glided letters nerved
6a favor and iMncu card. Golden egg eholls
on tripods of gold were filled with nuta and
on a large nilrfor lako In tho center of tho
table- a dozen duckling dleportpd themcelvco
guarded by llielr watchful rriolher. Perhaps
tho prottleBt fcaluro of tho olaborato alx
coursc luncheon woa thn Pm'lng of. lco cream
Easter lilleM. alternatily yellow nnd white In
".."""V'v Va"e" or nodll stood
at cither end of tho t.iblc. Later, in tho
nmolc-room, Mtb. Plummor artd Mrs. ncss de
1 ghted lhlr gucRtfl With several vocal eelec
tlons. Gathered round tho d.llntlly-dccoratod
.A VtP,VTei& wfifJdlK of Wednesday was
Mr. u J"s'frslnccs A- Brown, daughter of
Mrs. II. c. Brown, nnd Frd II. May. which
o.;;"1 "J,1 1,10 ,,om0 'ho bride's mothor
rU Madison avenun. The ccfemony Was
pcrformj.,1 1 at S:S0 1.1 tho aflorno6n, "w lo
D. O, McKay omclaling. Only tho member if
the family arid a ffiw Ihthnato frlcn.K wc?e
present, The corner wlro thft brldnl partv
stood wna pmttlyl drupnd In the national col-
?HV?'Lbnnkml r'U; '"j,m8- 'rn', brle looked
oyeiy In u gown ot penu tlr sola over white
tttffeta and carried brldo'rt rones, mi,, Ann o
Salmon. MIW Glcr) Douglas and Ml-s Bcatr?cc
Farley Wero the hrldermnlds arid Jack Tuv nr
acted as best man. Both of the contracting
rKirties nro well 1nnwn nmong (.cores, nr
forlu.raTncnk108'1 y ft"cr
Mri. J. M. Wood of Brtlce, Ida.. Is spending
a Tew daya In tho r.lty with friends.
vLTi.11;.1 man? ',8.!n U, c'l from Ln
Angeles nnd will spend tho summer hero with
GeorBe McCbrmlck was hoslcsi on
Ttlfcsdny aftornortn nt a very pretty "iichrn
hnrty given nt tho Pacific hotel,1 The parlors
nnd dlnlng-rootn wero thstofully deoratPfl with
ICftHler lilies, carnatlonB and ferns Mrs v
M. Conroy and Mrs. II. M. Ror.-e wero' tho
prize winners nt cards. The tally cards art-
Alaska Boundary Fixed.
WASHINGTON. April il.-Sccrctary iiaol
and Kir Henry Mortimer Bi.rnnd. lh0J nriU?h
Embassador, signed a treaty today providing
for tho actual physical location of a part or
tho northern boundary of Alaska us acreed
on in former treaties. Tho Forty-ilrst me
ridian wus ngTced Upon ns tho boundary, hut
a portion of this meridian had not been ac
tually locate!, nnd tho treaty oIrpci today
provldO-Xor tho fixing of tho uniocatcd part.
" Mi REFUGEES
First Contingent Arrived Satur
day Night and Provided Willi :
Sumptuous Repast. ,
Special t6 Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, April 21. The first of the San
FranclBdo refugees to pass through Og
den arrived hero tonight on No. A of the
Southern Pacific. On tho train were about
thirty persons, men, women and children,
who were destitute.
Served Sumptuous Repast.
It was then thai tli6 praollcul relief
work planned by tho generous people of
Ogden was exemplified. Long plank ta
bles had been laid out on tho Insldo of
tho fence of tho parks eaBt of tho union
depot and a committee of Ogden men and
women, members of tho coirimlttec, dis
pensed a sumptuous ropaat to the way
farers. Food for the Journey.
15ach and all of them wero prpvlded
with enough to last them over a "part df
their Journey at' least.
Tho tables will be kept whoro they are
laid, aiid Ogden peoplo will foed all of
tho deatltuto who come this way.
SOME BtflLDINGS SOUND.
Bodies of Victims Are Being' Buried
Special (o Tho Tribune.
OGDI3N .rll 2l.-Tho X)verland Lim
ited Bulletin, Issued dully on tho Over
J,d Limited trains of tho Southern nnd
Unioil Pacific, gh'cs out Hie information
that a committee of expert builders and
architects who have boon engaged to ex
amine some of tho standing structures in
Sun Francisco hnvo reported that tho
Merchants' Exchange, the Fnlrmount ho
tel and the Mon.idnock building aro all en
tirely sound and can he rcOccupled. This
Is flattering news, and the report adds
flint tho records in tho Jlnll of Records
aro Jrttuct and, not destroyed or damaged,
a most valuable salvation, affecting tlio
title lo property. The further report Is
that the dead nro being buried today In
trenches, with fifteen bodies in each
Tho report closes with the statement
thut wlillo tho disaster is terrible, a more
hopeful fueling Is coming over the sufferers.
RESTRAINING ORDER ASKED.
Canyon Resort Company Wants Land
in Og-den Cnnyon.
Special to, Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, April 21. In tho district court
this afternoon the injunction suit of tho
Ogden Gnhyon Resort company vs. "Weber
county, the County commissioners, the
County Road supervisors and others, came
up for hearing beforo the court on the ap
plication of the plaintiffs for a restraining
order against the defendants.
Tlio suit arises out of tho attempt of1
tho plaintiff to fence in certain lands in
Ogden canyon that tho County commis
sioners claimed had been dedicated to the
county road, hud which, under the direc
tion of the commissioner's, the road super
A temporary restraining order Is asked
for, and it Is also requested that the same
be mndo permanent, Iho plaintiff claiming
ownership to the lands It is alleged to
have encroached upon.
DENVER WOMAN" ROBBED. -
Mrs. H. A. McHenry of Denver Vic
tim of Sneak-Thief.
Special lo Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, April 21. Mrs. 11. A. McIIchrv
and her two children of Denver, who huv'c
been visiting in California, arrived In Og
den today from the West, on their way
hoine. Whilo In the waiting-room here
Mrs. McIIenry hud tlio misfortune to hnvo
her pocketbook stolen, containing her
railroad tlckela and ?11 In money. In this
saino rctlcul" wero two diamond rings
which she .-.Iiips nt U0.
Tho theft w.is undoubtedly committed
by a slieak nlcf. and the distress of tho
lady was pitiful. Tho pollc were notified,
and tho railroad officials arranged for the
forwarding of Mrs. McIIenry to Denver,
i She resides at GG3 South Watrr street.
I Tonight Just beforo U'avlng for Denver, Mrs.
McIImry's purse, containing her tickets lo
Denver, waa returned to her, having como
through tho poatodico wjih regular postage,
nnd addressed In enro of BttUlon Master John
legating. Tho m,Qtmy and rings, however,
woro not enclosed. Thti tlmo that clapeod
between tho theft af. Uu: purse, and Its return
waa only thrco hours and a half.
"WITCH OF THE .WOODS."
Performances Given for Benefit of the
Weber Stake Academy.
Special to Tho Tribune.
' OGDEN. April 21. The "Witch of the
WoodB," the musical and spectaculur ex
travaganza, by Mrs. L. itrooks Vincent,
was given nt t lie Grand Opetn-houso on
Friday night, nnd so appreciative was the
audience of the performance that this
afternoon n matinee was given and tlio
houso crowded, and tonight mo perform
ance again crowded the house lo tho limit.
The music is tuneful and gingery, and the
boys and girls, 200 In number, nro as good
ns many alleged professional companies
that are on the road.
Tlio receipts aro for tne benefit of tho
building fund of the "Weber intake acade
my, and a handsome sum will bo netted
for the extension of tho buildings of that
The entire management has been undor
the direction of Principal (now Apostle)
David O. McKay, and all features have
been carefully arranged and tho produc
tion has been an artistic success. Tho
presentation was under the direction of
Mrs. Harriot Purdy Smith.
CTJNEY POUND GUIDTY.
Man Who Robbed Clark's Store Will
Go to Pen.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. April 21.-T. 13. Cuney, one of
tho men who robbed the store of I. L.
Clark & Sons company on Februnrv i of
this year, Was found guilty of grand lar
ceny by a Jury In the Second District
court this afternoon. They Jury was out
les3 than an hour, and Cuney will como
hear to getting tho limit.
1113 partner. Charles Miller, who pleaded
guilty to a charge of grand larceny and
burglary a few days ago. and who, since
his incarceration In tho county Jail, made
his escape and was recflpt tired, will bo
sentenced together with Curiov on Tues
'day, April 21.
J. J. BROOKS ARRESTED.
Former S. P. Employee Alleged to Be
Special to Tho Tribune.
OODEN. April 21. J. J. brooh?, formerly an
employee of tho Southern Pachlc. who waa
trying this afternoon to ntcuro Ills tlmo
chuck hi Ogden, wn arrested by Special Of
ficer Vanco of iho Southern Pnclllo nnd Sergt.
'Chambcrn 'of tho pollco force, on a warrant
Isauud by tho Nevada oincera charging n
erlmo. Tho osact details of his olTcnse do
not appear. Ho In said to hav.) been a flro
irinn on the Nevada A: California, nnd Is nl
leged to hnV'c held up il man near Ilnzen.
Ho H hoW In tho Ogden Jail.
. Other Ogdenites Heard From.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. April 21 Volney Gunnejl and .Tod
Pldcdck, both df Ogden. wero hoard from to
night, and both nro fjifo in Uorkoloy.
Mrs. Will Earl, wlfo of tho dining Car eon
ductor, who wad reported kjfipd In tho San
inftinclBco dlsanler. Is allvo and aafo, though
iilio In suffering a auvcra shock.
E. il. HARBIMAN
EN MOTET! COAST
Run From New York to Ogden,
' Was Made in Sixty
, Hours. j
Special to Tlio Tribune.
OGDEN, April 21. Tho epcclaJ train carry-,
lng E, II. Harrimon from New York to San
Francisco, whore ho goea for thd j'mriWse of
devl9lng relief for the, earUiiunko 8Ufforer.i(
reached Ogden tonight and departed for tho
West undor a high fcpcod schedule, fifteen min
utes later. Jlr. Harrlman, who hud sccuied
tho first wiro through front San Frnncleio to
New York after tho fhocit On "Wednesday
morning, f-ccclvcd reports all Wednesday and
lato Into Wednesday night. At S:W Thursday
morning ho left Now York in a special train
and arrived In Ogden In exactly lxty hours.
Ho expects to reach San Francisco by o'olock
Rebuilding of the City.
Mr. Harrlmail 1 ono df tho. men who will
be instrumental in the rebuilding of tho city
at the Golden Gate To ono of tho party who
accompanied him Into Ogdeu, ho elated that
San Franclcco- will assuredly bo rebuilt.
His first efforts when reaching thero will bo
lo rcllbVe the suffering of thoqo who have
been made destitute and Imnicrtlatoly there
after he will take steps for rchabllatlng the
Officials Accompany Mr. Harriman.
Mr. Harrlman wils mot nt OrcOn Itlver by
General Mnilngef Bancroft, GPnertll Superin
tendent Buckingham and the division oihclalp.
Ho was accompanied AV"e3t by Mr. Buckingham
and Superintendent Mnrihod. Mr. Uuucroft'ft
car whh cut off nt Ogden and he and Manager
D. O, Clark of tho IT. '. Coal company were
taken to Salt liko on a special.
SUPPLIES GOIJtfG FORWARD.
All Supply Trains Have tho Right of
Special lo The Tribune.
OGDEN, Utah, April 21. Ogdn fenceta tho
rfforts of all other parts of tho country to
forward Immedlatn relief to tho destitute In
San Francisco. Today flvo cute containing
touts and other supplies from Fort D. A,
Russell in "Wyoming came through With n
sleeper for tho olUCcrfl attached and went
West., Tlio llvo card of provisions purchased
In Salt Iako by "William R. Hearst arrived
Horo nt 1 o'clock nnd Were augmented by two
carloads of assorted fruit stUns received from
T-ogan. Tho Special left here at 2 o'clock and
will pick up a chr of llvo poultry eo roulo,
will receive a car df provisions nt Elko and
another at Rono.
A train of seventeen cars, containing sup
plies from tho military and contributed pro
visions from Louisville, Ky., and tho region
adjoining will pass through hero at 6 o'clock
Trains Have Right of Way.
Under direct orders from Mr. Harrlman,
all theso trains will make pasjuenger llnlo or
bettor. In addition, thy havo right 6f way
over trains of all classes, tho jiurpoao being
to put them Into San Francisco at tHe earliest
WORKING ON THE GRADE.
Seventeen Teams Are Busy in Employ
'of Bamberger Road.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDKN", April 21. The contrnoUnp llrm
of Wheelwright Bros, has now a forco of
seventeen lehmH at work on the construc
tion of the grndo for the new BHmboi'goi'
rfltid-that la Id reach the mouth of. Ogden -canyon,
and seventy men on the satiie
work. Tho grading la tiolilg dono on the
old Sorenson farm, which was feecured by
Mr. Bntnborgor, find the wot'k Is progress
ing at a lively rate.
JL Is a certainly now that a road will
reach Ogden canyon lhl year. Mr. Bam
berger's initiative has stirred up the dor
mant Eoclos crowd, nnd thoy now dechtro
that they will go to the canyon before
Mr. Bamberger will, and that If ho builds
they will also build. This Is n conclusion
they should havo reached long ago, and
II now Is up to them to mnke good tho
3IR. AND MRS. PARRY SAFE.
Have Lost All and Endured a Terrible
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN. April 2L A mwage was received
today from Alfred 11. Parry, formerly of Og
dnu and later In business on Market street
In San Francisco Tho meswiBc was addressed
lo his brothors. li. E. nnd Henry Pairy, nnd
staled thut ho nnd his Wlfo had escftped, but
had lost all and hud endured a tcrrlblo ex
perience. ome Idea of Iho accumulation ot
mofieages may be formed when II is stated
that Parry's telegram was dated Oakland,
April IP, and was hot received until 2 o'clock
H. Ij. GATJT FOR CONGRESS.
New Labor Party Mentions Him as a
OGDEN. April 21. In tlifl agitation for
the organization of a labor parly t6. take
part In the politics of Utah, tho Ogden
members are urging II. L. Gnut for tho
nomination for Representative in Con
gress. Mr. Gaut will not commit himself,
but somo of his Salt Ldko friends who
wero here today stated that ho is the logi
cal candidate of the State.
Mr. Gaut Is now tho organizer of the
Federation of I-ibbr In Ogden, nnd ban
great forco and udvanced ideas. t
Special to Tlio Tribune.
OGDEN, April 21. Attorney A. J. Web
er and F. T. McGurrln of Salt Lake wero
111 Ogden today on business nhd returned
lo the capital this evening.
J. A. rteeveit, general freight agent of
the llnfflhian lines at Salt Lake, came up
from Salt Lake today and went st, to
Chicago, on No. 0.
General Manager Joseph H. Young of
the Colorado & Southern passed througn
Ogdon today In his prlvnto car, on his
way to his headquarters In Denver, ac
companied by his family.
C. O. Elllngwood, general manager of
tho "vVcatern Exploration company, at
Salt Lake, went west to San Francisco
today lo bring his wife, who hns been
visiting there, and who in found to bo
safe, back to Utah.
Flnlav G. Brooks, tho traveling man
who Is "trying to sell ono million pounds' of
a cei'ttiln'brand of aOffoe during tho pres
ent year, for which performance a spe
cial prize Is offered, was hero hist night
and sold a carload In Ogden.
Horace G. Snyder, belter known as
Greeley Snyder, arrived here from Salt
Lake today and went west onT.ie dolayed
Overland Limited to Falrvlcw, Nov., a
revived old . mining camp northeast of
Lovelocks, in Humboldt county, where
Ids attention has boon called to some val
uable mining properties.
A. R. Curler, Chairman of the Street
Committee Of the Salt LnKO City Council,
and Jake Raleigh, Street Supervisor of
Salt Lake, were here yesterday and In
spected the excellent macadam road In
Ogden cnnyon. Thoy wwo geusts of TJnolo
Billy "Wilson and ato dinner at tho llerm
Ititge. returning to Salt Lako Inst night,
satisfied that they had learned something.
PrOsldCnl L. "W. Shurtlln.' of Weber
stake returned today from Oakland, Cal.
Tie stated that ho learned enough of th6
great disaster that hns fallen on Han
Franoisoo to know that 1t is the "greatest
catastrophe of the American contlnnnt.
Ho lit extremely pi'oiid of tho Immediate
response made by the people of Ogden
for tho rellof Of tho sufferers, whose dis
tress, ho says, is extrcmo.
French Cardinal Dies.
RENNES, Franco, April 21, Cardinal La
boure. Archbishop of Bonnes, died hero to
duy, aged Cl ycaja.
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ll Kefpesfoes and! fSajMs Up the Body With y
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Inspects the Properties of Bing
iiani Con., Including the
WILL INSPECT TINTJC
MINES AT LATER DATE
Is Amazed at the Immens. Ore
Deposits in and Abojit
Tho last day of F. AupuelUij Ileinzc'H Visit
to Utah was spent In an inspection df the
proportion of Iho Bingham Consolidated com
pany at Klngham and tho snioltlrig plant at
Wcot Jordan. As a result o hla examination
of theao properties, Mr. Ilelnze oxprcwed hlm
Felf as well pleased with tho physical condi
tions of the holdings of tho JJIngham Con
solidated, and ll Ih expected that hid return
to ?s'ew York will coon bo followod by a
formal announcement of tho pasolns of Iho
control to tho Montana operator and Ills ap
tOclatofl. Mr. llehifce leaves for tho East at noon to
day and will not, on this trip, Inspect the
Kaglo and Bluo Boll mine at Tlntlo, hut It la
expected that ho will shortly makti another trip
to Ut.-h, when theso properties will bo ex
amined. Amazed at Ore Deposits.
Accompanied by President 13. L. White, Gen
oral MarioRcl' Duhcati MaaViohle, his owdotant,
Herman II. Green, and Ensineer Al Frank, Mr.
Ilulnzo Went to Bingham on the morning train
Saturday, taklnp cuddle horaoB lo tho Com
mercial mini- It was Mr llolnzo's ilrst vltdt.
to Ijlnghant and tho Montanun continually ex
pressed hlmsflf nH nmuzuil m tho Immeneo or
depoPlts oi BlnKhajn.
Studied Geographical Conditions.
During hln trip ho inad a carafd) etildy of
tho b'oolOnlcal cundltloilh nnd nntnt of tho day
waft spoilt undergfolind examining tho ori th
serves of tho Commnrclnl. After leaving thj
tuuiic'I tho party look tho mountain trail ivr
to Ixirk. whre Mr. Jlolnzo defllred to supple
ment his i-'xumliiatlon ot Friday with a few
hours' additional work, after Which thy drove
to Bingham Junction to vlalt tho flmcltlng
Great Smelting Expert.
Mr. Hclnso Is regarded an ono of the greAteeit
dnieltcr oii)oria ot tlio Country, his flrnl aucccss
In liatto having been In tho construction of
tho Montana Oro Purchasing1 company h emelt
iiijj )lant Which In reiillty gav .him hln Drst
start In Montana copper mining. With the
Bingham Con. Dmclter Mr. lloliao ecomnd Vell
pleaBed with conditions, although It is not un
)lkly that several ImpOrtatlt changtfH In moih
ods will be mado as a reRult ot his obser
Guest at Dinner.
Returning to Suit Lako last night, Mr.
Ilolrize was tho wiast at an honorary dinner
given in tho private dining-room ot tho Alta
club by J. A. Clzt-zk, who developed thn
famous Iosl 1'acker mlno of Idaho and who
Is noW associated with Mr. Hclnze In several
ntlnlng Ventured Tho other guestt were Mr.
Duncan MacWhle, Clarenco McCornlck, Al
Frank, Harry Gharlco, II. I. "Wilson of Butto
artd II. J KobltiBon of Bingham.
Window for St Mary's.
Richard Relpe of Ely. Nov., has donatnd a
handsome window to tho now St Mary's ca
thedral in this city Llko all tho other win
dows, this ono will be made Munich. No de
sign has yot beon Kolected and this will bo
left to the chtilco Of Bishop Scanlon.
Dowie Barred From Pulpit.
CHICAGO. April 21. Judgo Wright, In the
Circuit court, today decided that John Alex
ander Dowie could not occupy the pulpit In
Zlon City tahcrnuclo tomorrow, aa ho had
planned lo do. Tho court held that Overseer
Vollva could use tho tabernacle tomorrow,
And Dowio on each alternato day.
Complains of Dowie.
CHICAGO. April 10. Janies Surrock of New
Mexico today mndo complaint to Iho Federal
.authorities Hint ho hnd been defrauded by
John Alexander Dowlo out Of a sum clnno to
J10.000. and that tho malls had been UHed In
Tho Very Best Remedy for Bowel
Troubles No Family Can Afford
to Be Without It.
"I regard Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy aa ono of
the very best remedies for bowel trou
bles," says Mr, J, W. Hanlon, editor of
the Despatch, Ocllln, Georgia. "I make
this statement after having used the
medicine in my family for several
years. I am never without It." No
family can afford to be without a bot
tle of this remedy In the houso. It Is
certain to be needed sooner or later.
For sal by nil leading druggists
I "Princeton" Clothes. I I
IT USE ILL
BE DISCUSSES Sil
Senator Burrows Has Called
Meeting of the Committee
Special to Tho Tribune.
VASHlKGTONY D. C, April 21. Sena
tor DuiTOWfl hns Called hlh committee to
moot next WedncGdny to take up the
Smoot case, with a vUiw io report.
Will Tako Long March.
Tho SJrcrotary" of War has ordered two
troops of cavalry from Walla Walla,
Wash., to niako a practice,' "march across
to Boise, Ida. Ono troop may bo ordered
to remain at the Boigo barracks Blued It
has been decided not lo abandon tho bar
racks. A poytollco has been established at
Gold Bntle, Lincoln county, Nov., with
W. JSyOrdtt Shurpo ns postmaster.
John M. Elder, at Coour d'Alune, and
Marcellus J. Gray, at St. Atithoily, havo
boon cominlSBloned as postmasters.
Joseph II Ellett haft been commissioned
as poslmauU'f at Giles, Utah,
Mrs. It. J. Roblneon of Binehnm has as her
BUcdtrt lier mother, Mre, Go0r A. Baker ot
Denver, and her nlptnr, Mre. It. V. Hunt of
Onden, Wlio Will tipend several Weks vlnltlnR
In the canyon.
Mrs. L. F. Rlock Is Vlsltlns har parente In
Plymouth, Ind., and her Sletor In ChlcaRO.
Postnl Will Wiro Money.
Superintendent of the Postal Telegraph-Cablo
company announced that tho company will
transmit irtoiloy by wire to San Francisco with
the reervatlon that the Render recognizes the
difficulty and uncertainty of delivery In San
FranoUeo. For udme days thin lino of busl
neE wan out out entirely.
Show "Violent Effort
Tho strenuous athleto of the college cin
der path may well look long and ponder
much on a remarkable sot of, facial ca3ts
Just completed by Dr. R. Talt McKenzIc,
physical director of tho University of
Pennsylvania. With the object of show
ing how tho violent efforts of athletes to
cut fractions of seconds from existing
records affect the physique, Dr. AlcKen
zlo has made a series .of models which
reveal wjth llfollko accuracy tho effort
with which tho heroes of tho cinder path
win thoir victories. Dr. McKenzIo based
his facial models on photographic snap-
snots maoo at tne lime various ainietic
leaders were breaking tho thpo or sur
mounting tho hurdles at Franklin Field
and other athletic centers.
Thi most rumarkablo of the models per
haps 1b that depleting violent effort, were
It not that the camera has depicted again
and again tho dreadful expression of a
trained sprinter oi Jumper at tho moment
when he has called to his help every
ounce Of power In hlu entire being, In or
dor to do just a little better than his
opponent. It Would be dllncull to bollcvo
that the contestant was amusing him
self. Tho face suggests the "mesmerized '
man Hi Poo's story at the time of tho
attempted awakening. Tho lipH are "drawn
tightly back from tho teoth Tho eyes are
closed. Tho jaws are olenched. Tho lincR
of tho face arc deep. I.f tho athlete were
struggling for II fo tho expression of tho
faco could not ho more appalling. It Is
tho concentration of agonized offort. the
focusing of all tlio force In every" liber of
n trained physique on tho winning of an
nthlotld victory. Tho more ono looks at
the picture the preatcr la tho temptation
to doubt tho value of a victory so won.
Whilo not so fierce as violent effort, s
the marks made on the faco by fatigue
nro bad enough. Gono Is tho last trace
of tho bllthencss of youth. The faco Is
that of a mah tlrod of tho battle of life
and ready to welcome rellof from the
burden of the race. (Tho expression is
Identical with that familiar to all attend
ants at big athlctlo meets when tho 'con
testants Rtumblo through tho last few
vnrds Of a 16ngdlRtanco run. Tho lids'
of th fytfs nro drooping, the mouth open",
tho cheeks drawn ns though in pain, and
tho general expression that of a man who
Is nliout to burst Into tours. Exhaustion
akin to fnllguo also shows In a face that
is well known to those who have wit
nessed tho last run In at a distance event.
Tho heavy linen of tho forohood. tho open
mouth, tho drawn face, suggest despair
and call for pity. New York Tribune.
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