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I 10 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 9, 190S. 1
I Mews oijfae Intermoiintain Region
I Rival Undertakers Have a Dis
pute Over Possession of
KMUIITS OP PYTHIAS
AH Parlies U) lie Controversy
Make Statements to Tribune
Special to Tlic Tribune.
OGDEN", April S. The misunder
standing nnl linploasniilness which
arose between rival unrlrrlakors oVcr
the custoily of the dead body of .John
Contos, immediately aflcr he was killed
last Saturday night, has increased to
such proportions that the competitive
fooling between tho undertakers has
ultnost entirely given way to a feelinc:
of bitterness engendered against tins
lormou church by the members of the
local lodgOflKnights of Pythias.
Immediately after the killing of the i
Greek, who was a member in good
standing of the Knights of Pythias,
the body was turned over to Larkiu &
Sons, Mormon undertakers-, by order of
John Cosmos, a partner of tho dead
jnan. and C. E. Layne, a Mormon iiicm-
Iuer or i.iiu uuuu iureu.
Inquirv was made by members of tho
Knights "of Pythias the next day, why
the body was turned over lo harkin,
and they -were told that ho had boon
requested to come for the body. A. i
3?ichey is a member of tho local loitac
of Knights of Pythias, and also tho
recognized official undertaker for its
deceased members. This information
was convoyed to Lark in by members of
the lodge io which deceased belonged,
but Larkin refused to turn over the
remains until ho was instructed to do so
by those in authority.
Acting under instructions from Chan
cellor Commander Georgo IT. Davis,
Karl Gciger, a member of tho order,
with 'others, began an investigation
to learn why the remains of Contos had
not been turned over to the official
undertaker of the lodge, as is always
customary. When seen today, Mr.
Geiger said: "I called to sec the chief
of police, but received but little satis
faction from him. He said that ho
did not know anything about it. and
that ho had given no instructions to
Layne lo send for Larkin. Our lodgo
then wired to John McCnrt, a relative
of the dead man at Denver, and -wo re
ceived a reply requesting that tho
lodge take charge of the remains. Con
Los had said lo me, and In my presence
a number of times, that when he died
it was his wish that tho order to which
lie beloneed should take- charco of his
I funeral, and that: A. P. Eichey. a broth
er member, be his undertaker. All of
this was repeated to E. A. Larkin, who
refused to turn over the body and who
said some things to me that, f know he
is now sorrj- for. Later the body was
turned over to Kichey to await the
action of the relatives when they ar
rived in the city. Then Deputy Sheriff
Carl Allison came to Hiohey's place
and demanded that the body be re
turned to Larkin, as the coroner's jury
had not completed it's investigation.
Pathcr than have auy further wran
gling, we advised Mr. Hiehey to re
lease tho body, which he did. and it -was
buried by Larkin. T consider he ac
tion of the Mormon policeman in call
ing the Mormon undertaker to take
charge of tho bod ot a member of our
order, without any instructions from
the lodge members! and the subsequent
refusal of Mr. Larkin to turn the bod'
over to our official unde-laker when he
became familiar with all of the facts,
as a slap in tho face by the Mormon
church, administered to the Knights
of Pythias and all other similar fra
ternal organizations, and you can say
Hint the matter will be threshed out
completely in all local organizations of
this kind" and in the grand lodges. If
wo are to be deprived of tho right to
bury our dead as we see fit, then I can
see "no reason why our lodge should be
continued in Ogd'n."
When Undertaker J?ichoy was seen
today his statement of tho affair, was
substantially the same as that made by
Mr. Geiger. ,
K. A. Larkin was next seen. In his
presence, .lohn Cosmos, the partner of
t?.o dend Greek, told The Tribune that
lie had instructed Patrolman La3'ne to
call him over tho telephone and request
that ho come for tho body after Layne
bad talked over the matter with him a
short time. ,
Larkin's Statement. .
Mr. 'Larkin says he refused io turn
the body over to'Richoy because it had
been placed in his custody by orders
from Cosmos and Lavue, and afterward
retained by him uncfer orders from 121
lenie Maltczcs, tho 18-ycar-old niece
of the dead man, and iJavicl Mattson,
the special' administrator of the estate.
Mr. Larkin declared that he is not op
posed to fraternal organizations, but
after he had taken charge of the body
ho considered that he had a, right to
hold it, and that his action in the mat
ler was upheld by the nephews and
other relatives of Contos when U1C3' ar
rived in tho city.
ShcrilT Wilson declares that his dep
uty only acted under instructions from
tho coroner's jury, who desired to con
tinuo the inquest at Larkin's under
taking establishment, -where it had been
begun, and went to Jiiehcy's place for
this puropsc. After the inquest was
over the sheriff declares that his con
nection with the affair was at an end,
ami ho was not interested as to the
final disposition of the remains.
The whole affair has caused much
ominent in the city and many expres- j
nions of regret that, the affair had oc
1 urrcd. The. relatives of Contos now in
the city deplore the manner in which
the remains of Contos were removed
from place to place while tlie dispute
over the body was being carried on,
Big Family Survives,
fl Special to Tlie Tribune.
OGDEN, April S. Tliomns Cowllri
H itliav. Jr.. nged L'0 yuara, died at his
H :home, 1021 Washington avenue, this'
H 'morning, after ho writ I weeks' . Illness
B from typhoid fvver. .Mr. Oowlinsliaw was
H I'orn in Dcrliy.shin'. ICim!;uid. HIh pnr-
H -jciiIm, t'.'n brothciH and throe sisters, uv-
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HOLD-UP DEI LEAVE
10 CLUE IB llflllf
Boldness With Which Affair
Was Pulled Oil' Dazed
Special to Tlie Tribune.
OGDliN. April S So carefully did the
robbora who bold up the Whito liacplinnl
gambling hall execute their plans Inst
night that not one tangible clue was
left lo their Identity nor Uxmi- destina
tion. The robbery was ono of the bold
est ever turned In this city. The streets
wore well filled with people at the llino ,
and the location of the liouso which was
robbed is in one of the most populous!
sections of tho city.
Tlirno tickets to the north were sold
earlier in tlie evening, according to rail
road men, for Oregon Short Linr train
number 'J. It Is possible that tho rob
beis caught this train after "sticking
up" tho gambling linll when It slopped
at a watfr tank near Twenty-first street
and Pnciflo aveiuio. Some of tboso In
the gambling hall at tho time of tho rob
bery say there wero five men, but that
tlie throe who went down Twenty-fifth
street holding: the sack of coin wero tin
principal actors In tho mil western
drama. It is generally believed, how
ever. Hint tho trick was turned by only
three men and that tin1 other two who
left hL the same timo took no part in the
affair. Some of the officers arc Inclined
to believe that tho men had horses Hod
awaiting them, with which they escaped
after tho robbery.
That the. men were entire strangers to
this city Ib not questioned. No effort
was mado to disguise their features,
showing that they dl not rear recogni
tion from any one in tho gaming hall.
After the robbery, dispatches were sent
by tho officers in all directions with as
good descriptions as could bo obtained
from tho excited nion who had been made
to stand with their hands ngainst the
wall while the place w:w looted.
A private safe may bo rented in tho
firo and burglar-proof vaults of the
Salt Lako Security and Trust company,
32 M Main street," $2.00 per voar.
Married by Rev. E. I. Goshen.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN April S. The marriage of
Wyclirfe L. Chamberlain and Miss Ado
lino Wilson was solemnized at tho home
of the bride's sister, Mrs. Carl Allison,
this afternoon, by the Rev. ISlmer I.
Goshen, pastor of the Congregational
church of Salt Lake City.
The bride has been In tlie employ of
the Y. M. C. A. of Salt Lake, as assistant
to Oscar L. Cox. "Mr. Chamberlain is In
tlie employ of the "Western Pacific rail
road, with headquarters at WInuemucca,
Nov. Tho young couple have many friends
in tills city. Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain
will make their temporary home at WInuemucca.
With Ogden State Bank.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. April . S. James Halverson,
until recently cashier and manager of the
Brlghnm City State bank, has taken up
his new duties as assistant cashier with
thi? Ogden State bank of this city.
Mr. Halverson Is well known in Ogden.
where he was formerly employed as teller
of tho same banking institution with
which he has just collected himself.
NEWS OP LOGAN 1
Specinl to The Tribune.
LOGAN, April S. Caleb Tanner, state
engineer, has given notice that a hydro
graphic survey of the Logan river sys
tem will be commenced on May Ii.
Applications aro being made to Post
master Odoll for the position of mall car
rier. Examinations will be hold here on
A public testimonial will be given in
honor of Melvln J. Ballard in the Mor
mon tabernacle tomorrow night, prior to
his leaving to assume the presidency of
the northwestern states mission.
John Barns, an aged pioneer of Wclls
ville, died today.
Egbert Iilggs. for a long time a citizen
of Wcllsvlllc, died in Mount Sterling- last
Justice Brangham fined a minor ?3 to
day for being In a poolroom.
Marlon Allen and Phoebe Brlggs were
Minified today by Justice Brangham.
Judge Maughan opened tho district
court today. The llrst case called was
the state vs. William Ford. L. Swirt and
James Wilson, charged with burglary in
the second decree. Nothing of impor
tance beyond the choosing of a Jury was
BOARD OP COUNTY"
Special to The Tribune.
BIUGIJAM. April S. Considerable im
portant business was transacted at the
meeting of the Box Elder board of com
missioners held in the court house Mon
day. A petition from residents of East Gar
land was presented, asking to have a
road opened between sections 12 and 13,
running- east and west, which was con- i
sldered and deferred Also a petition .
from same district asking to have a road
district, a polling precinct, boundaries to
be Bear river on the east, Malad river
on the west, county road from Bear river
bridge lo Riverside, on the nortli and
section line on south. Action was de
ferred on this matter.
J. II. J-Iess, road supervisor of Field
ing, appeared and asked for an appro
priation of sr.00 to gravel road In sec
tions 12 and 13. Action deferred for
The petition of Emil Kunxe asking per
mission to change county road running I
through section C. township 12 north,
range. 4 west, granted or. condition that
he leave four rods for road. !
F. E. King appeared and asked for $300
to cover cost of work he has dono in cut
ling down the hill south and west of i
Plymouth, crossing Mnlad river. He '
asked the board to do something towards
fixing the grade at East Riverside and
reported the bridge between sections 13 '
and 1 1 hi need of repairs. Action was '
deferred and Mr. King requested to fur
The resignations of J. P. Johnson, jus
tice of tho peace, Manila; Albert K.
Holmgren, justice of the pencfc, Bear i
Jtlver City; Philip Puskot, justice of tho !
peace, and Georgo R. Rlclilno, constable
of Grouse Crook, wore accepted. On pc- '
titlon from residents of Trcmonton, W. I
II. .Jensen was appointed to succeed Mr.
K. II. Jones, Jr.- was granted a license
to sell liquor at Kclloh upon furnishing
proper bond. '
iondn or Joseph BIttero and M. B. I
Hart, road supervisors, respectively of I
Beaver Dam and Iowa road district, wero
Permission was given Leu & Dunn to
use the court room when court ia not In
session for t ypowrillng purposes, . ,
A. recommendation was received from
tho auditor of Tooelo county, relatlvo to
tax on transient sheep, and the clerk
was Instructed to answer him that this
county would accept what he had col
lected. Commissioner Richards - reported the ,
condition of roads , in Porlaso district, j
HARRY S. JOSEPH IS
PRESIDENT OF HOARD
I Special to Tho Tribune,
OGDEN. April S. A short session of
tho new board of trustees for tho State
Industrial school was held at the office,
of Secretary C. R. Holllngsworth this
afternoon. The board organized with
Harry Joseph, president; John Walsh,
vlco president, and Harold Peery, treas
urer. After a short session the members
took an automobile and drove out to tho
school, where they spent som'o timo Inspecting-
the new buildings and (ho work
I going on at the Institution.
; No ohnnsc In (ho official staff has yot
j been made. As stated by Tho Tribune,
it Is the gonoral understanding that Su
perintendent Thomas will be retained. It
Is. however, rumored thnt a change in tho
office of secretary will bo marie, perhaps
at tho next meeting, April 17.
William Archlbold of Summit county
is In Ogden and has resumed supervision
over the farm at tho school.
BUND ORCHESTRA WILL
Special to Tho TriMire..
OGDEN. April S. The blind orchestra
of Iho State School for the Deaf and
Blind will furnish a spoc.ially arranged
programme of music at tho Congrega
tional church Easter Sunday evening.
Tills organization is said to bo tho
best of Its kind in America. The per
sonnel of the orchestra Is as follows:
Thomas Rlddulph, William Nlciiol, Janoy
McOlellan, first violins; George Wood
ruff, Olive Campbell, James Jacobs, .'sec
ond violins; Ellen youngstrom, piano;
Carl Llnd, cornet; Barnhard Ivcrson,
trombone: Murray Allen, clarinet; Lulu
McDonald, flute; Zella Curtis, piccolo;
D. J. Thurman. cello.
Canyon Eesorfc Opened.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN". April S. Tho opening of the
hotel, cafe and bar at the Ogden canyon
natural hot salt mineral springs this
afternoon and evening was attended by
a largo crowd. Tho resort wns formerly
known as the Ogden Canyon Sanitarium
company and has recently boon remodeled
and a number of single rooms and suites
of rooms have been furnished. A cafe,
which equals any in the city, was opened
today by President J. IT. Kurtz. During
the dinner hour this evening an orches
tra rendered an excellent musical pro
gram. A largo number of patrons from
tho city visited the resort.
DcaiH of an Infant.
Specinl lo The Tribune.
OGDION. April 8. Funeral services for
Alfred Woods, tho Infant son of Mr. and
Mrs- Charles Woods, fornjjirly of this
city, wero held this afternoon at 2 o'clock
at Larkin .t Sons funeral parlors. The
child died last Tuesday at the home in
Butte from lcakago of the heart.
j Action for Divorce.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, April S. Alleging desertion
and neglect. Mrs. Lilllun M. Barton has
begun an action for divorce against Ed
ward E. Barton. She says they wero
married In this city June 1G. 1S0U. Tho
custody of an clght-ycar-old child and
costs of the suit are demanded In the
Letters of Guardianship.
Special lo Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, April S. Mrs. Catherine Mn
lonc this afternoon petitioned the pro
bate division of the district court for
letters of guardianship over the persons
of her three minor children Lauretta,
Genevieve and John.
also stated that ho had authorized the
people In that district to take care of
an indigent, who is In need of aid.
Spanish Fork Notes.
Special to Tho Tribune.
SPANISH FORK, April S. On Tues
day, Lisle Bradford Crcer was taken to
the L. D. S. hospital for an operation for
appendicitis. She was taken suddenly and
severely 111 and an Immediate operation
was necessary. Tills makes tho fifth of
the. Bradford family In the hospital this
year four for appendicitis.
Sirs. Cyrus Snell was also taken up
yesterday morning for the samo trouble.
All have beeil operated on nnd all are
doing well so far. Five patients from
the second ward are now In the L. D. S.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore, Lee went to
the city yesterday on business. Mrs. Lee
returned today. '
A large number of conferenco visitors
came home tonight.
Miss Mary Thomas returned last night
from a few days' visit In Provo.
Last night at a city council meeting the
city pavilion was leased to Ncls Peter
son of the O. S. L. railroad for 705, for
a period of nine months. Of six bidders
he was the winner.
The Boyack & Hughes saloon was en
tered last night and robbed of quite a
bit of change. No duo as yet.
A private safo ma' be rented in the
fire and burglar-proof vaults of the
Salt; Lake Security and Trust company,
Main street, $2.00 por year.
Tribune Want Ads.
Boll Main 5200. Independent 3C0.
CITY OF CHEYENNE SELLS
$250,000 WATER BONDS
Special to The Tribune.
CHEYENNE. Wyo,. April S. -The city
of Cheyenne has sold to E. If. Rollins &
Sons of Denver a ?2f.0,0r!0 issue of thirty
year water works Improvement bonds, re
ceiving a premium of S12.S2". This Is the
llrst Installment of a total Issue of $a0Q,
000 for tho samo purpose. Tho city has
let to the United States Cast Iron and
Foundry company of Chicago a contract
I to supply 200,815.11 worth of east Iron
, pipe, and to the M. J. O'Fallon company
I of Denver a contract to supply $17,5:t5
i worth of lead and jute. In connection
with the water works Improvements, the
city has authorized the purchase of an
automobile for the use of officials con
! nected therewith. Tho work to bo pcr
; formed under the present mid Impending
bond Issues In tho construction of a pipe
i lino connecting Cheyenne and Fort Kus
, sell with the municipal reservoirs t.wcn
; ty-clght miles back in tho mountains.
Brady Namos Commission.
Special to The Tribune
BOISE, Ida.. April ,S. Governor 'Brady
has named the Idaho Alasku-Yukon-Pa-I
cillc exposition commission ns follows'
J. H. Forney of Moscow, John F. Shel
ley, G. E. Flsk of Parma. This commis
sion is to select its assistants and make
all the necessary preparations for tho fair,
I such ns the erection of the Idaho building
and the installation of the statCexhlblt.
' Work on the structure will be commenced"
I at tho earliest possible date and the col
I lection of exhibits will begin ot once.
WYOMING LIVE STOCK
Special to Tho Tribune.
CHEYENNE, Wyo.. April S. The AVyo-mlng-
Livestock association, at tho closing
session last ovening of Its annual conven
tion, adopted resolutions protesting
strongly against a reduction' In tho duty
on hides; protesting- against tho state
equalization of cauio for taxation pur
poses, on the ground that the assessment
is too high, and out of proportion to those
levied on other classes of property; and
protesting against tho Inspect Ion fee of
2" cents per head collected on cattle Im
ported into the state.
The reports of tho association's Inspect
ors at livestock market points, including
Denver, show that during tho past year
more than half n million dollars was dis
tributed among its rlghtul owners ns the
result of the detection of cstray caltlo at
Tho association, while no longer tho
most powerful organization in the state,
has a membership of more than 500, and
a surplus of more than $30,000 In tho
Tho following officers were elected for
tho ensuing year: V. C Irvine, Rous,
president; Robert D. Carey, Caroyiiurst,
vice president; Miss Alice M. Smith, Choy
onnc. secretary; J. D. Freeborn, Cheyenne,
Nepali News Notes.
Special to Tho Tribune.
NEPHI, April S. George C. Whilmorc,
banker, Is about to add another substan
tial brick building to Nephl's growing
business center, the samo to bo located
directly east of the tabernacle. The
building' will be a hondsomo Iwo-story
structure, built of Salt Lako pressed
brick, the cost to bo approximately ?S000.
Tho lower part of the building will be
completed by Julv 15 and will bo oecu
plcd by the Studebaker Wagon and Ma
chine company. Tito second story will be
completed by August jr.. This will be
divided Into six rooms and will bo occu
pied next season by tho Nephl high
school. Tho eontract for the building bus
been lot to Footo & Blglor.
Excavations havo been commenced for
another two-storv brink business block
north of the Ostler it Allen building, and
which will bo owned by Stephen Ostler.
Tho main part of the building will bo
occupied by tho consolidated Wagon and
A largo force is at work rebuilding the
Nqphl plaster mill, which wns burned re
cently. The same site will bo occupied,
but the building will bo nioro cxtensivo
than tho one recently destroyed.
Bert Bean has lot the contract for the
building of a cosy little brick cottage to
bo erected on his properly in tlie ouster,
part of tho city.
John Wilson and John Slonacher arc
remodeling their residences.
Charles Ilaynes Is In Salt Lako attend
ing conference, nnd. while there, will con
tract with tho Salt Jjiko Pressed Brick
company for the furnishing of brick for
tho construction of tho new Whltmore
John Brougli, a pioneer citizen, died
Monday evening at. the home of his
daughter. Mrs. E. R. Booth, from heart
disease, caused from a lingering attack of
la grippe. Mr. Brougli was born Juno 4.
1S27. at West Ashby, Lincolnshire. Eng
land. Ho crossed tho plains by ox team
In IRo'I, and In 1857 moved to Nephl.
whore he had since resided, taking active
part In the hostilities In early days and
afterward aiding very materially in the
upbuilding of the town. Ho Is survived
by seven children, twenty-two grandchil
dren and a great many great-grandchildren.
His children arc Thomas, John FL,
Walter, William, Joseph anil Barton
Brougli and Mrs. E. R. Booth, all of
whom are residents of Nephl and were at
his bedside at the timo of his death. Ho
is also survived by ono sister, Mrs. Caro
line Dawes of Nephl.
Mrs. Esther Lawrence, an old-time
resident of Nephl, died In this city ilast
evening at tlie ripe old age of SD years.
She was born in Kent, England, April 5,
Provo Nows Notes.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PROVO, April 8. Gertrude Roylanco
Tlarward. administratrix of the estate of
Rnv C. Harward. deeoascd, has tiled suit
In the district court against L. J. Hnr
ward to compel the defendant to make an
accounting of the copartnership business
of the defendant nnd tho deceased, which
existed prior to the death of Rny O. Har
ward. Mrs. Harward alleges In her com
plaint that a copartnership win formed
between tho defendnnt ami Rov C. Har
ward on March 1, lHOfi, to engage. In tho
construction of railroad grade anil that
SHOO wns Invested In the business; that
Ray C. HarvTard died on March 21, J007.
and since bis death iho defendant has not
made an accounting of the Ipislness. The
appointment of a receiver Is asked for
to wind up the nfTalrs of tho partner
ship.. Robert LlddJnnl, thlrly-fonr years of
age, died this morning at :i : :t 0 o'clock from
appendicitis Deceased came to Provo
from England when four years of age.
Ho leuves a "wife and two children nnd
many other relatives. Funeral services
will be held from tho Baptist church Sat
urday at 10 o'clock a. m.
Frank Miller, a tramp. In attempting to
board a train at Colton on Tuesday, fell
and cut. a gash four Inches long In bis
head. Ho Is now in the county jail un
der the care of Counly I'hynlclan F'yno.
A neighborhood row between soino wom
en at Colton wns Investigated yesterday
by County Attorney Rydaleh and Deputy
ijherirf Hales. Each faction engagcdln
tho rumpus wanted the others bound over
lo keep the peace.
The school trustees of Sprlngvllle, Ma
pleton and Thistle school districts met
today at Sprlngvllle. and with the legal
advice of Assistant Counly Attorney Ry
daleh discussed tho question of consoli
dating Iho thrco districts into ono high
Short Lino Fined.
Special to Tho Tribune.
BOISIS, Ida.. April S. The Short Line
Railroad company today pleaded guilty to
tlvo counts for violation of tho safety ap
pliance law In the Fnltod States court.
Judge Dietrich Imposed a fine of $100 for
each count, or ?fi00 In nil, which amount,
together with tho costs, tho company paid.
Tho company some time ago paid ?00 for
MAKING WINNING FIGHT
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., April S. Tho
lower branch of tho Missouri legislature
adjourned tonight until tomorrow with
tlie prohibition constitutional amendment
pending for engrossment.
The prohibitionists won two points to
day. They forced tho adoption of tile
minority report recommending tho
nmondmcnt for passage, putting it on tho
calendar for engrossment and hy a vote
of 72 to r.2 they defeated tho tax amend
ment to make up the deficiency lii reve
nue should the amendment carry.
The Prohibition forces attempted to
force the question through to engross
ment, but tho ant Is caused an adjourn
ment. Tho debate probably will continue
until noon tomorrow, as other amend
ments fire to be ndoptcd.
FATHER HAS RIGHT TO
SPANK GIRL OF 17
DETROIT, April 8. In the police
court hero today .Tustico 1 offers uphold
the right of a father to administer the
old-fashioned spanking to his soventeen-yoar-old
daughter, even if her dignity
suffered. Margaret Gran.iu, aged 17,
had her father arrested for disturbing
the peace. Granzin told the .iudgC'that
tho punishment was part of an effort to
hoop his daughter away from cheap
Llioaters, and the justice decided that
moderate spanking of young women of
17 was permissible.
HOTELS; SEIZE LIQUOR
MOBILE, Ala., April S. Wholesale
raids by detectives in the employ of the
Prohibition partj' startled tho city to
day and resulted in the seizure of largo
quantities of liquors at prominent hotels
and cafes. At the New Battle house
and ilia Cawthorn hotel, more than a
carload of intoxicants was seized.
The search was made under the law
forbidding the possession of mtoxicants
Style and comfort are but two of the good points in the
' ' TREMONT 3 ' a collar which possesses
all the other good Arrow qualities
No other Cuffs at 25c. a pair are as good as Arrow Cuffs. Cluctt, Pcabody & Co., Makers
! At 74 West First South (
I SALE COMMENCES SAIUSMY, APRIL 10
? NOW IS YOUB CHANCE TO BUY MEN'S, I
( LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, CLOTH- I
IINGr, .UNDERWEAR, HATS; CAPS, LACES, EM-
BROIDERIES, HOSIERY, ETC., AT BANKRUPT 1
PRICES. ' I
WE CAN ONLY HAVE THE STOREROOM 1
FOR A SHORT TIME, SO THE GOODS MUST I
GO AT ONCE. I
REMEMBER, SATURDAY, APRIL 10 j
j 74 WEST FIRST SOUTH J
MEN ARE SELECTED FOR !
.lames Carlson, Itulpli Ilartlev nnd !
Uuko Anderson, with L. IC. Ilnmrcn as
alternate, will 'oinnono Uie toiun which
will represent the . University of Utah In
the Intercollegiate debate with Colorado
college, which Is lu bo held In Salt I.alte
soon jifter May I. Tliwc nifii were hc
lertud Thlinulny cvenlnjj at n prelim
inary contest held In the assembly hall
at the university. The subject dis
cussed was the same :is will he argued
In the Intercollegiate ronW'Hl. "Resolved, i
that tariff should Iks Imposed for rove- l
line only." Colorado ban not yet nn- .
nounccd tho side of the iiucsllnji which
she wishes to defend, but the I,tah boy I
are preparing on both sides and will bo !
ready to argue the question cither way. I
The Judge.? Thursday evening wero Pro
fessor Keynoldts. A. limine Roberts and
Professor Hennlon. The two speakers
In iho debate besides those chosen were
L. T. Perry and .J. CJIbbs. Carlson has
twice represented Utah In big debates,
wlillo the other two men hnvo received
their experience from class contests
EMMA GOLDMAN AND
HUSBAND DISFRANCHISED j
niTFFAI.O. IC. V.. April S- Judge llnr.el
In the United States circuit court today ,
granted an order cancelling the citizen
ship papers of Jacob A. Iversner. Throuch
this order all rights of citizenship nlno
wero taken from KorsnT's wife, who Is
Emma Goldman, the anarchist.
Tho order was granted upon motion of
Special United Stales Attorney P.
Chambers of Pittsburg. Kersner's own
father gave tho principal evidence.
Kersner. It appeared, obtnlned his rltl
zejshlp documents "when he was only
nineteen years old and had been In tills
country only two years Three years later
lie married Miss Emma Goldman. No de
fenso was made.
Slain hy Playmate.
TTAIMMSK. Kan.. April S. Willie
Hotchkiss, 10 years old, who was re
ported killed by wolves near hero yos-terdaj-.
was really nlnin by his play
mate, Georgo Nichols, 10 yciiTs old, :ic
coidintf lo a confession mado by tho
latter tonighl. Young Nichols said he
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accidentally shot the Jlntcbkisa bov
invented the wolf story bpcauso'fr
feared to toll the truth. OovotcB vfMfc
found around the body, and tins hcltfP
make Nichols's storv plausible. Ill WW
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