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Jm THE SALT LAKE TRIBTJSTE, SUNDAY MORNING-, JUKE 11, 1911. 15 H
OAT FOR HONOLULU
ftuis Millionaire Who Vio
Kd Parole Adds Another
B' to His Escapades.
flBucd Wire to The Tribune.
JBT FRANCISCO, Juno 10.
Kg e. Drummond, tlic St. Louis
IBiiairc, over whoso head hangs a
)SHL 0f bigamy, arrived hero this
HBog from Los Angeles, accompan
!By a pretty dark-haired woman
jKas known there as Mrs. Charles
jjKnbar. They immediately board
E atcamcr Sierra which sailed for
fHlu today. Dniininond is leaving
IBca to escape the notoriety that
jHfcttended him since he left St.
Hk-after an experience in the di
IBfd was received here todaj' from
rjBfcal that Mrs. Dunbar, who up
Be present time has been a com
liystcry, was formerly a Prench
Hlian woman named Bergeron. She
JHd to have nursed Drummond in
jmW following a shooting "A'ray in
"he had boon a participant. They
lKeen living up to June 2 in solitude
Bb Beach, Gal. Drummond is nu
WMf six months' sentence imposed in
Kouis. when he pleaded guilty to a
Ba of bigamy in connection witE
Btiird marriage. When he was pa
jKjt was inider fhc stipulation that
Hwy away from St. Louis. It was
fjEtted that ho keep sober and stop
JHi'ft with women. He violated this
m and lied to Canada and thence
IRmly smoke as
pTHE VESSEL SINKS
'iBHeroes Eefuse to Crowd Lifeboat,
sMtiight Cigarettes and Await
WK& Inevitable Death.
iljB&l to The Tribune.
Xw YOBK, Juno 10. Some details
fK sinking of the steamship Taboga
Hbs coast of Panama a fortnight
B&ve just reached this city. More
Hi score of the passengers and crew
iJHhty wero saved. The captain, an
Ennan named Campboll, who was
BjKst man to leave the ship and live
dEhe pilot, Matthews, aro under ar
hq Panama City.
Kording to statements made, there
SB but three life preservers on the
. the boat was sinking, the
engineer, Perivanchi, and a Cu
wanufacturer, Grcgoiro, though uu
Bto swim, stated that they would
Hrowd the already heavily taxed
jVBtB.a When there was not a wom
jKi child left on the ship and not
jHjr human beiug could be carried
BKb lifeboats, they calmh' lighted
Kttes and smoked until tlio Taboga
HB3, The bod" of neither was
jBierd of steers stampeded from the
flRcwhen the vessel stnick and
iKed a lifeboat which was just be
pwered. Nearly every person in
JXBoat was drowned, and many, as
IB' fell, wero crushed under the an
Sp. Two passengers, however, found
fllcattle a godsend and rode ashore
the backs of bullocks..
r .yoiir want bo a situation, make
nown bv the insertion of a want
I' in The Tribune.
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New Bridger Story
j Is Told ty Lecturer
Old Guide and Trapper Falls in Love With Shake
speare and Gives Yoke of Oxen for Book
ANEW Jim Bridger story hns just
come to light. It is told by
Howard H. Hays, who is to de
liver two illustrated lectures on
the Yellowstone park this week the
first one at the First Congregational
church tomorrow night, aud the second
one at Barratt hall Wednesday night.
Tn connection with his lectures on
Yellowstone park, Mr. Hayes has ac
cumulated a large fund of stories
which have to do with the men who
discovered and opened up the wonders
of our grent nationnl park.
No man had more to do with the
earl- histoivy of Yellowstone than old
Jim Bridger, the pathfinder and guide
of tho Kocky mountains. The fol
lowing yarn, as told last winter by
"Colonel" A. C. Leighton of Ottumwa,
la., and narrated ,by Mr. Hays, has
never been published.
About 18G2, when Hfridger was an
old man and his guiding days were
over, he lived in a lodge near Port
Laramie. Wyo. He made a business
of buying up broken down and foot
sore oxen from members of the im
migrant trains thon traversing the
trails from the Missouri river to Cali
fornia. He bought, these animals at
prices ranging from $5 to $15. fattened
them on native buffalo and bunch grass,
and sold litem earlj' in tho winter to
the commissary department at the
nearby fort. It goes without saying
that the profits from this venture were
largo and certain.
Could Eecitc Shakespeare.
Tt happened that there drifted into
the district a clever vagabond who was
looking for win tor ouartcrs. On apply-
ikgers at the Semloh Louvre
SKldum Oetzill l. of the prima donna
.iiu control and beautiful voice
.UeiiKhtcd her hearers. Miss Paul.
BBL,??iH3C;SSiinK 'he dramatic unllty
BHuiad Ghjgt?t0nSn 'S In"8- p!en"ln" :i:
iB,n& .voice, partluiifarly suited 'for
ftK ?hw "fngme0 "i''l 1 .aml ,'c.rso".fi1'i
iBthl" r.0et2(jlJ haK nlIui1 '"Sageinents
fr2n-..ur4 OPra company and other
K.,. "Wn1o,b" or &lnllar scope and im-
1,0 has Just completed si tlirce
Ki.ntVf ,8Cm,!"1 t 't'ic Portola in
enfe f0,Tin nrior to tliat waa ln
Miss Paul has Just completed a ten
weeks' engagement ln Talfs. al San
Francifico, and when alio completes her
engagement wltli the Jouvre hore she
wlrl sine on the Orpheum circuit.
These singers will appear at the
Louvre, in the Semloh hotel, during the
dinner engagements and aflor tho theater
2jr PROGRAM FOR SUNDAY . .
tfOKkrHn MARIE A. OETZELL.
lKiGt. ""' .' J," Winnie
IK'm. SUSANNE PAUL,
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HtVana . Mlu'- MoJIs
ft1 Ktndis and Pule
ing to Bridger for a berth at his lodge,
the old man replied:
"If you'll herd my cattlo I'll see
that you 're well fed. '''
With winter coming on apace, tho
man was glad to attach himself to
Bridger 's outfit at the terms.
Now it happened that this hired
man had an intimate acquaintance with
Shakespeare, and could quote at length
from his ,best-kuown plays. Bridger
was illiterate, not being able to, even
write his name, but his hired man 's
aptness at quotation pleased the old
man, and he compelled his hired man
to exercise his talent to tho limit.
J3ooks to Bridger wero fantastic and
fascinating creations, and he never
tired of listening to a reading or quo
tation. In the early summer of that year
thoro arrived at Fort. Laramie, euroutc
to California, a certain New Yorker.
His oxen were weary and wasted, and
he applied to Colonel W. S. Bullock for
information relative to the purchase of
a new yoke. Colonel Bullock sent the
New Yorker up to Bridger 's lodge. He
found the old frontiernmau sitting in
front of his cabin (not smoking, as one
might imagine, as Mr. Leighton is au
thority for tho statement that Bridger
did not chew or smoke). The ensuing
conversation went something like this:
Short and to1 Point.
"Good morning. Is this Colouel
"Pm Jim Bridger."
"I want to buy a yoke of oxen, and
Colonel Bullock sent me up to see
"Bullock ought to know better."
The man from New York realized
that the conversation was not taking
a favorable channel, and, almost in de
spair, began a lengthy recitation of his
troubles from I lie time he loft Omaha
until his arrival at Fort Laramie. Tho
continuation of his journey was impos
sible, he declared, unless he could
buy a team of oxen. Bridger had been
harassed so much by pilgrims that at
this stage of his career he had no pa
tience with a tenderfoot. He slowly
shook his head until tho stranger re
verted to New York city, when he
manifested a certain interest.
"TJo you conic from New York?"
"Yes,' replied the New Yorker
"Bigger town than St. Louis, L
hoar," commented Bridger.
"A shade larger than St. Louis,"
was the cautious reply.
"Ever hear of Shakespeare?" sud
denly inquired the old man.
The stranger was astonished. "Do
you mean Shakespeare, the poet?" lie
"1 mean the Shakespearo that wrote
a book," replied Bridger doggedly.
Interested, in Book.
"Certainly I have heard of Shake
3pcare, and 'have a cony down in my
wagon," replied the New Yorker, im
patiently, for he did not sec how this
conversation could ever lend to the
consummation then uppermost in his
mind the purchase of a yoke of oxen.
He knew Bridgor had u bunch of oxen
at his place, aid he determined to force
" Why doirt you sell mo two oxen?"
Bridger replied that he intended to
fatten them until December, and sell
them to the fort.
"What will they .be worth then"
was the New Yorker's next question.
"About $100 a niece."
"Well, Colonel, I'll give you $200 on
the spot for a yoke or oxen, and you
won't have to fatten them."
The old man shook his head and
there was a long pause. Finally he
asked, with just a trace of eagerness
in his voice
"Js your book a genuine Shakespeare
"Certainly," replied t lie stranger.
"Well," said Bridger, "you go back
to Laramie, get your book come back
here, and if my hired man, who knows
Shakespeare, bays your book is a
genuine Shakespeare book, I'll give
yon two good oxen and keep the
"No," replied the stranger, gallant
ly, "I shall get the book and make
you a present of it."
So saying, he went back to Fort
Laramie for the precious volume.
Trade Simply Made.
On his return the versatile hired
man identified the book as a "cenuine
Shakespeare book," and Bridger
brought out for the New Yorker's in
spection two of his best conditioned
The man was delighted, and tend
ered the 4200 as payment.
''Not i ceiit. It will be an even
swap," said Bridger.
Tho stranger insisted.
"Now sco here," Bridger fairly
shouted, "You take 'these here oxen or
take your Look, one or the other."
The New Yorker stood not on tho
order of his going. The oxen went
Bridger turned to his hired man.
"How long will it take to read this
The herder thought it over. "About
"Good," was the old man's reply.
"Hereafter I'm going to pay you some
money. For the next month you get
$10 and keep."
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