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! 10 S THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING-, JUNE 18, 1908. ' j
j I News of the Intermountain Region
; fPROVQ NEWS NOTES 1 j
fjH Speoisl to The Tribune. I
m ; . PROVO, June 17. Tho East TJiUle
: nil r Consolidated "Mining company has VeVi I i
IgW' i U suit In the District eourt against tho
ill.' i : Zuma Mining and Milling tf?P,p!in,?,i.?
Kg ii qUot title to 400 feet of the hast Point ,
imt, : ' Nos. 1 and 3 mining claim, which. U la
S " claimed in tlio complaint, is overlapped ,
It) V al 'onllict with tin; Zuma Nos - and
f Ik, -I mining claims, owned by the defendant i
tiDR CMn?rlttBe licenses have been issued to j
lm ft Warren C. Adams ami lola "'"ab ol
-f,"K .Spanish Fork; Henry Hill and Mamie)
,v!ift -Watson of Provo. n.-vn i
; 11 ; Dr. c. F. Jones was brought to Proo
l jf j this morning from Salt Lako beply j
I Sheriff Judd. on a charge of evading tho
f it - payment of a board bill nt Pleasant
I Iff Grove. I
Ii ! PROVO MORMONS PROPOSE
ii . TO JOIN AMERICAN PARTY
r Special to The Tribune.
' I PROVO. June IT. A delegation of ton
, j men from one of the towns In L tali coun-
i . tv to the recent Slate Democratic conven-
I ( , tion i Salt Lake City did not return
I ' , ' to their homes until a late hour on Frl-
1 If day night after the convention, and be-
b ! f0r(3 let-ving tho metropolis expressed
P, themselves as beins in entire sympathy
j j ivl til the American party movement and
ii i E. principles, and the suggestion wns made
: fill that a pany organization be established
II? ill In Utah county. One of these delegates
i$ I f 1 is a member of the high council and all
I; IP V of them are members of the Mormon
b Ti church, with the exception of one man.
. j ! I The suggestion was made "that If ono
'If ' I had a boll It was a good thing to bring
w ,f i I it to a head and then lance it."' Meaii-
r (tli, j! ing by the comparison that the political
ill , fl; situation In Utah was a "boil" and the
, ih sooner it was. brought to a head the bot-
i:h ? tpr for Utah and the people. Those men (
In. were unanimous in making Iho charge
H 1 J It -that Iho Democratic party had been made
i nj I ' a- "cat's paw" about long enough and
'jfj the onlv way to bring things to an issue
I ti " ii was to Join with the Americans and down
j; Ii the hierarchy.
r ji Bankers Elect Officers.
lj ji Special to Tho Tribune,
lijj W BOISE. June 17. Tho Idaho bankers. In
Hj ' session at Lewlston. elected the following
fll' J officers for the ensuing year: President,
IE V Frank F. Johnson of Wallace; vlee-presl.-
dent Dvrd Hamilton of Coeur d'Alene;
I . f secretary, L. A. Coal" of Boise; treas-
l urer. E. K. Hayes of Emmetl.
II ,P.t The next meeting will be held at Scnt-
! t tie. the associations of Idaho. Oregon,
l( t Washington and Montana holding a Joint
1 1 iii , session.
)! ; ; Lingcnfelter Held Up.
i, ' Special tS The Tribune,
i. ' 1 BOISE. June 17. A dispatch from
t '. i' , m l.ewlston says that C. II. I-ingenfclter.
t'l (J lust, appointed by the President to suc-
ai',1 'ceed N. M- Rulk as District Attorney
', I for Idaho. Is to have his i-onnectlmi
l'r! : with Idaho land fraud cases investigated
j' '' 8 before he Is permittee! to lake the office. J
lli ' I Ungcnfelier was ready to start for Boise
T; when he was informed that he was to be
flil fj investigated, but he changed his plans J
wm . Q and will remain in Lewlston till after the
n j Johnson to Resign.
H Special to The Tribune,
fl j BOISE, June 17. It Is reported here
&P 9 that Assistant United States District At
WiK. m " torney Johnson, who is temporarily filling :
fU U the place made vacant by the removal of
if' 'fl N.' M. RuWc, will soon tender his reslg-
Ith lit nation.
!' 1 I The Salt Lake Mouse !
I i I Cleaning Co,
i 1 Wagons
; Are dointr splendid work. EV- I
I ERYTBODV SATISFIED. Wo 1
I have a very large amount of con- I ;
j I tracts. Get 'our orders in early 1 .
j !.' if you wish lite best wagon in 1 I
; ! . I the" city. All work guaranr'eed 1
! w and price rilit. m (
I Phone Eell 348Q, Iud. 1-134.
OFFICE, BROOM HOTEL; TELEPHONE ill; OFFICE HOURS 8 A. M.
' TO 10:30 A. M 6 P. M. TO 8 P. M.
MANY OUTSIDERS ATTEND
SACRED HEART EXERCISES
.Sppcial to Tho Tribune.
OC.DEX, June 17. Visitors from other
States nt Sacred Heart academy today
and Thursday for tho junior and com
mencement exercises are Mr. and Mih.
James F. Kane of Pocatollo, whose daugh
ters Kathleen and Myra are graduates.
Mrs. W. IS. Trapp of Pocatello. Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Gleetl of Lima, Mont , Mr. II.
O. Harkncss of McCnmmon. Ida., who
has two little girls in tho Institution;
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Collmnn, parents of
Alice and Mabel, the latter now being
Mrs. Dr. Brooktield, and present at the
exercises; Mrs. John Nlederkorn to see
her daughter Marie, a graduate, all of
Idaho Falls, Ida.; Mrs. George Pfaff and
her mother of Boulder. MonU. and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Ledwidg of Butte,
Tho exercises in today's programme
wore by the minims, the preparatory and
thA Junior classes, and every number was
rendered acceptably. A pleasing feature
was the drill and dances of the class In
physical culture, which class is under the
direction of Mrs. Belle Salmon Ross. The
opening number was by the Junior chorus
class, with thirty voices, four violins and
the harp, and the closing number was a,
waltz by the Sacred Heart Cecilian club
on violins and guitars.
Father Cushnahan made a splendid ad
dress to the pupils and the immense audi
ence at the end of the programme, and
was loudly applauded.
KILLED BY OGDEN COUNCIL
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN", June 17. The unexpected
happened at a special meeting of the
City Council tonight, whn the applica
tion of W. J. Stevens and his associates
for a franchise to Install an Independent
waterworks system In the Lakeview ad
dition to the city of Ogden. was turned
Tho meeting was called together for
the special purpose of passing on the ap
plication for the franchise. Tho ordi
nance came up for third reading and was
defeated by a vote of five to two. As
Councilmen Powers. Dickson and Thom
as were absent their votes eould not be
recorded, and as an ordinance requires
tho votes of the majority of Councilmen
elected, before its passage, the measure
was relegated to the pigeonholes.
It Is understood that the position laken
bv those, opposed to tho franchise was
caused by a motive to better serve the
Interests of the Hty. One of the officials
said after adjournment that negotiations
were now under way between tin- cllv
ami the Ogden waterworks system for
the purchase of the la iter's plant by the
municipality, and when this deal ia con
summated the water mains will doubtless
be extended to the Lakeview addition.
An ordinance creating sewer district
Xo. 11! was passed on its final reading
and the sewage committee appointed as
a board of equalization to assess tho
valuation of the properly In the district,
which Is between Qulncy and Van Burcn
avenues on Twenty-Yourlh street.
Expects Big Crowds.
Special to The Tribune.
OaDE'-N". June 17. A. B. Medley,
traveling passenger and ticket, agent, Is
foarlng the rush Into Salt Lake City for
tho next few days will l.e so great that
tho regular and extra trains put on es
pecially for the U. C T. nnd Eagles' con
ventions will not suffice. The crowd In
Salt Lake City during the next few days
will be the largest that has ever been In
the State capita! In the opinion of Mr.
New Show House.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN", Juno 17. Still another theater
will be built in this city. Backed by
resident business men. an up-to-dato
amusement house will soon be erected on
the lot between Ihe Reed hotel and tho
opera-bouse block, at n cost of Sin, 000.
Negotiations are now under way with an
an lilted In Salt like City for the plans
of the proposed building. 1
CONTRACTS ARE LET FOR
NEY 0UDEN AUTO GARAGE
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN", Juno 17. Contracts have, been
lei for tho erection of a handsome and
commodious automobile garagy on Grant
avenue for the Browning Brothers com
pany. Tho building will be equipped with all
conveniences used In like establishments.
Including a compressed air arrangement
by which the deleterious gases from gaso
line and other chemicals used about the
building will be driven out. Insuring the
employes fresh nlr at. all times.
I mil the completion of the new build
ing tho garage formerly occupied by the
Ogden Automobile company on Twonty
fourth streol Is being used by the Brown
ing Brothers company.
Will Forget "Affinity."
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN". June 17. Carl Sandow. the
youth who got Into trouble for too vol
ubly making love to Miss Myrtle Bal
linger, a singer at the Elodiic theater,
was dismissed from tho Police court
Wednesday morning, with the Injunction
to "go and sin no more." and lo cease
his unwelcome attentions tu the young
Judge Murphy Imposed a fine of $i0.
but suspended sentence pending good be
havior. Sandow promises io return to
work and try to forget Ills "affinity."
Field Under Bond.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN", Juno 17. Pending a prelimi
nary hearing. Fred A. Field, a. young
man residing at Wilson's Line, was
committed to the custody of the Sheriff.
Wednesday morning, under $200 bond, by
Judgo Murphy of the Police court.
Field was arrested late Tuesday after
noon upon the complaint of Burt Jones,
who charges him with the commission
of a grave statutory offense against the
complainant's sister. Isabel Jones.
New Dental Company.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN", June 17 With a capital
stock of ?10.noa, and shares at ?l each,
articles of Incorporation were filed whli
the County Clerk. Wednesday, for tho
Union Dental company of this city. The
company will engage In the wholesale and
retail dental supply business. In addition
c maintaining dental parlors for tho
treatment of patients. The officers are:
II. L. Stonecifer. president; F. W. Mat
thews, vice-president, and T. W. Mat
thews, secretary and treasurer.
E. P. Ooltinan at Ogden.
Special to The Trlbunp.
OGDEN", June 17. -Among the visitors
who " .n Ogden to attend the junior
ami ce-'iinir-nceinent exercises Is former
Mayor V. Coltman of Idaho Falls. Ida.,
whose daughter. Miss Alice, Is a member
of the graduating class. Mr. Coltman Is
one of the delegates to the Democratic
national convention, which will bo hold
at Denver next month. He Is prominent
In Idaho politics and Is said to bo the
choleo of Senator Dubois for Governor
of Utah's neighboring State.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. June 17 --The funeral of Si
mon Xelson, the young man who met his
death in a. gas explosion at Devil's Slide
several days ago, will be held from
Rlchey's funeral ehapel al .1 o'clock
Thursday afternoon. The Rev. D. A.
Leonard of the Lutheran church will of
ficiate, and the Wasatch lodge of the
Woodmen of the World will attend in a
body. Interment in Mountain View cemetery.
' Finally Pleads Guilty.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. June 17. After changing his
plea three times to the charge of burg
larg. Lou MaTtlni decided to make it
"guilty'" in the Dlslrh t court, Wednes
day morning lie was giYon the minimum
sentence of six months In'the Slate prnl
Lentiary by Judge Howell. Martini en
tered the room of Ruby Flaherty In the
Belmont hotel May 21. and carried awaj
several articles of Jewelry.
Eosertcd hy Wifo.
Spccinl to The Tribune.
OGDEN". Juno 17. After living together
for ono year. Lunula Henley deserted her
husband without cause or excuse and
continues to refuse to llv with him, ac
cording to n complaint for divorce which
has been filed in tho DIsirlct court by
John V. Henley.
Henley says they wore marrlod at. Der
Park. Wash.. In October. 1001. and that
his young wife left him In December of
tho following year.
Charged With Battery.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN". June 17. Following a dispute
as to ihe relative rights of P. C. Eard
ley and S. J. Van Ness to certain quar
ters In the .Montana bouse, on Twenty
fifth street. Van N'ess Is charged with
severely beat Ing" the former. In a com
plaint Issued Wednesday. Kurd ley Is a
recruiting officer in the United States
army, with rooms In the Montana house
'I OGDEN BRIEFS I
Special lo The Tribune.
OGD.EN". June 17. Pay checks for em
ployees of iho Union Pacific Ttailroa
company will arrive In the city next Sat
urday, when they will be distributed.
Licenses, to marry were issued by the
County Clerk to the following. Wednes
day: William Chappel and Effice Gai
ner, Charles A. Calvert and Kathciine
A. Greenwel). all of Ogden
PAPPAD0P0L0US ON TRIAL
FOR STABBING ARRANITES
Nick Pappadopolous. a Greek, charged
with assault with a. doaly weapon, with
Intent to commit murder, was placed on
trial In Judge Armstrong's division of
the Third District court Wednesday. Pap
padopolous Is accused of slabbing An
drew Armnltos at Bingham Junction on
January l, IftOS.
A brother of Pappadopolous and- George
Cortas also were mixed up in the affray.
The brother escaped and Cortas is now
serving a year in tlio State prison for
his part in the stabbing. The trial was
not concluded and will be resumed Fri
Part of Dragon Head Falls.
During Wednesday morning's storm a
piece of one of the dragon heads on the
west side of the city and county build
ing -fell with a crash on the stone sleps.
and the rumor was rife that the head had
been struck by lightning. Whether or not
this Is true Is not known, huh a lightning
export declared that lightning never
Tulip Treo in Bloom.
There is a tulip tree on the city and
county building grounds which, with one
exception. Is saldlto be the only om in
Utah. Tho exception is on the Walker
block on South Main street. The tree on
the city and county building grounds is
now blooming and three beautiful full
blown lulips were taken from It Wednesday.
Jennie Arrowsmith has filed an action
against David Arrowsmith for divorce In
Ihe Third District court. They wore mar
ried at Provo. November 3, ISPS, and
have one child, aged S years. Mrs. Ar
, rowsmlth alleges that her husband has
failed to support her for iho past two
years. Mrs. Arrowsmith asks for tho
custody of the child and permanent ali
mony in addition to a decree of divorce.
Congressman Wiley Dies.
HOT SPRINGS. Va.. Juno 17 P.epre
sentatlvo A. A. Wiley of Alabama, who
servod In Cuba as General Lawton's chief
of staff and Civil Governor of tlio east
ern province and a member of the last
four Congresses, died at a hotel here today.
June 2fi. ia O. S. L. Greatly reduced
rates to northern llali aiid Idaho
points See ngonts for rales and further
FELINE SUFFERS AFTER
EATING BAD DRUMSTICK
Unsavory Meal of Putrid
Chicken Too Much for
Mrs. Erasmus W. Tatlock, whose hus
band procured ihe nrrcst of Thomas J
Nipper, proprietor of the Palace Meat
market, on the charge of selling a putrid
fowl, testified In tho trial of the case
In Judge Dlchl's court Wednesday aft
ernoon that one leg of the alleged putrid
chicken was fed to a pet black cat. "Wo
still have the cat," said Mrs. Tatlock, In
response to a question on cross-examination
by Frank Gustlu, "but It has been
poorly ever since." Wnlch created a big
laugh around the courtroom.
Mrs. Tatlock,. in justice to the defend
ant, added, however, that the cat had
been 111 prior to the time that It made a
meal of tho chicken leg.
Colonel Tatlock said that, he bought tho
fowl of Henry Fleece, manager of tho
fish and poultry department of the Palace
Meat market, about r. o'clock in the aft
ernoon and that Mrs. Tatlock discovered
it wny putrid an hour or so after ho ar
rived home with It. Ho notified City
Food Inspector Waller J. Frazler. who
instituted proceedings against Nipper."
I After feeding one leg to the cat he threw
the rest of It In the kindling box to
await developments in the feline's condi
tion. Fleece said that in his Judgment the
fowl was wholesome when he sold it. He
has had a wide and varied experience In
such matters, ho said, having been deputy
food Inspector of Michigan and food liP
specter of Lyons. France, once. o ad
mitted that he had not culled over the
fowls dial day anil taken out the un
wholesome ones. If there were anv, as
The case was' continued until .Friday
for a decision from Judge Dichl.
Another Hat Carnival
At Mcf'arly's. Any haf in the house
this week, Il.'lG So. Main, near P. O.
SENTENCE IS COMPLETED
BEFORE JT IS PRONOUNCED
F. M. Walsh and George Morgan, bunko
artists Who fleeced 1 1. P. Lee. a verdant
youth from Gales, X. C. out of 110 in
a nickel matching contest In Potofflce
place March 7. bear the peculiar distinc
tion of having fulfilled their sentence be
fore It was pronounced. Upon agreement
between the County Attorney's office and
tin; accused men they pleaded gulllv to
petit larceny In Judge Dlebl's court Wed
nesday morning and were sentenced to
serve 100 days each In the county jail,
the sentence to date from March S, the
lime of their arrest. As from March S
to June 17, inclusive, is 102 days, they
served two days more than the sentence
(ailed for. They were released, ami left
the city at once, it Is supposed.
Assistant County Attorney Aaron Mcrs
recommended this course because, he said.
It would be difficult to obtain a convic
tion in the higher court, as there was
only one material witness for tho prose
cution available. Lee, it Is understood,
received part of the money out of which
lie was bunkoed hack. Tho charge origi
nally was grand larceny.
RATHSKELLER WILL BE
INSTALLED AT ELKS' CLUB
A rathskeller is being installed nt the
Elks' club. It will bo on Ihe lower floor
and one of the finest In the West. The
walls will be decorated with handsome
pictures, potted palms and plants will bo
placed throughout, and one of the largest
rubber trees In this region will bo' ono
of the decorations. The rathskeller will
be opened In a few days.
Averts Bad Blaze.
G. Glbbs narrowly averted a serious
fire at his home. 547 South Third East
street, by smothering with an old carpet
a piece of oakum that caught on lire
while plumbers were repairing the water
pipes. At first only a small piece of
I oakum was ablaze, but a plumber threw
It on the lloor of the basement Into a
large quantity of the material and an Im
mense blaze followed. The plumbers
dashed from the place, while Glbbs ex
tinguished the flaming oakum. The dam
age Is slight.
Mil SPOILS OUTIHG
OF UTAH ODD FELLOWS
Celebration at Lagoon Is Marred
by the Inclement
Rain spoiled tho festivities at Lagoon
Wednesday, tho occasion being the an
nual Slate outing of the I. O. O. F. P. P.
Chrlslensen said I here would have been
at. least 0000 Odd Fellows and their fami
lies present had It not been for the In
clement weather, but as It was there wore
not over 100 visitors present during
tho day. The greater part of the crowd
went to Lagoon on the 1 o'clock train,
but rain began falling shortly past n
o'clock and almost every person at the
resort returned to the city on tho
o'clock train. , , ,
The only part of the day's celebration
that was carried out consisted of a few
races, which resulted as follows: Boys
under In. Oflv yards. Hart Rudy, first;
Edward Ferguson, second. Girls under
19 years. Bertha. Boylln. first: Ruth Fay,
second. Girls under 1." years, Beatrice
Bovlln. first; Hazel Edwars. second,
Men's race, 100 yards. Dale Park, first:
Edward Wilcox, second. Three-legged
race. Hart Uudv nnd Frank Robinson.
Ladles' race. Hazel Stewart. Potato race,
S. D. Evans,
Undertaker and Embalmcr, has removed
to new location. -18 South State
RELIGIOUS SERVICE FOR
THE JAPANESE RESIDENTS
An Interest lug religious meeting was
held at the First Methodist church Wed
nesday evening for the Japanese of tho
city. "The meeting, which was carried on
whollv In the Japanese tongue, was con
ducted bv the Rev. H. B. Johnson, D.D..
superintendent of the Pacific mission of
the Methodist Episcopal church. The.
Rev, Mr. Johnson passed through the city
Wednesday en route to his home In Cali
fornia from Baltimore, where ho has been
In attendance at the national convention
of the Methodist Episcopal church.
After the service a reception was held
at which short speeches were made in
both the Japanese and the English lan
guages. Refreshments consisting of Ice
cream, cake, tea, bananas, oranges and
cherries were served. The service con
cluded by the singing of a hymn In Jap
anese, after which the Rev. Mr. Johnson
pronounced the benediction.
Receives Sad News.
A. G. Mackenzie, a well-known busi
ness man of the city, left Wednesday
evening for Miles City. Mont., from which
place he received word that his mother,
Mrs. Margaret Macphle Mackenzie,
widow of the late John G. Mackenzie of
that city, had died early In the morning.
Mrs. Mackenzie was a nathe of New
Brunswick, but had resided at Miles City
for the last twenty-eight years, during
which time she made several visits to
Besides A. G. Mackenzie she is survived
by three daughters and 'two sons, Mrs.
Anna McLaln. Mrs. Kato Porhani, Mrs.
Margaret O'NolI. F. W. Mackenzie and
Rov Mackenzie, all of Miles City.
Funeral of Mrs. Thomas Carter.
The funeral of Mrs. Thomas Carter
will take place this afternoon from St.
Mark's cathedral at l p. in., interment to
take place at Mount Olivet cemetery.
The pall-bearers will be P. R. Ferguson,
J. Waleoit Thompson. Harry Shcafman,
C. S. Macdonald, Grant Hampton and A.
Stanley Masqulston. The remains will
arrive on the Los Angeles LImlled at
noon today, under the -care of Mr. Car
ter and Mrs. Griffin. Mr. Griffin, the
son-in-law of tho deceased, will not be
present, being detained In England on ac
count of the,jsickness of Ills mother.
Bonl miss see- E
ing our window m
and then come
inside and see !
the latest styles '
in iiid-siiMr ;
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ADDITIONAL TROOPS TO i l
BE SENT TO PANAjU I
WASHINGTON", Juno 17. Eight hun. , tt
dred additional officers and enlisted mn : t &l
of the marino corps arc to be sent to thi !
Isthmus of Panama, in anticipation of ' utf
tho coming: elections there. They win ta' a-5-sent
by direction of the President, anil '.f wjf
will leave tho United States on the bat- 4pV.
tlcships New Hampshire and Idaho nextt' V fc
Saturday. I $1
According to the present arrangemsnt ' yi
the marines will reach tho isthmus about' ' ' o '
two days before the municipal election ' ' r w
scheduled for June 2S. They will bo sta.) ntf
tloncd at various places, a certain num- ', & c
ber being placed at each polling precinct "
necessary to prevent fraud. The i-vo bat.) , "jtX
tlcships Idaho and New Ilampshtro wllli i ' fei
return to the United States promptly oa' ' irw
landing their men. ' nt
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BLACK HAND TRAGEDY y
WITH UNUSUAL RESra , g
NEW ORLEANS, June 17. A blacl? ,; ' ttM'
hand tragedy with the unusual Boquel that '
all the blackmailers, numbering four, wer ' , l'a
killed or wounded while- their victims c-
caped. without a. scratch, was enaclcd j W&
hero today In the historic former homi 1
of General Beauregard, In the French 2
quarter, and now the residence ot Pletro JfU
Giacona. a wine merchant reputed to M ' ft
one of the wealthiest Italians In tho South.1 1
Giacona is 61 years old. and how he anl . &
his son Garrada managed to kill threi roit
armed and desperate men is not yet clear ' ; rf
to tho police It Is certain that Glaconn ,UW
invited the blackmailers into his houss It
and wined and dined tnem for several , at t
hours before the shooting. The Giacona lira
claim that they did not shoot until after l i sta.
ono of their guests had opened fire. jtrfi
Arnold Daly Bankrupt. !
NEW YORK, June 17: Arnold Daly, tli
actor and theatrical manager, filed a p- ewTJ
tltlon In bankruptcy In tho United Statoi iv'i..
District court today. The petition pl.ice3 ,
his liabilities at 510. 12S and his assets atVi""
$1376. Among Ills creditors is Loie Fill- Y
lcr, the actress, whom he owes ?7300 on 1 Jit
a contract for services. 1 jr-
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