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;W ' THE 5AI-T LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1912. 19 fl
Jfater mountain News
gp WILD Ml
9 DEAD EAR MYT1
Azed After Murdering His
'jmiother, He Lives Naked in
Tepee Thirty Years.
,'Keial to The Tribune.
iHtfTTON', Utah. Oct. 12. Incpegut, tho
iH ut Indian, probably one of tho
Et unusual speclmon3 of human exlst
E pn tho continent In tho last thirty
He y4" ,s dead- Baraum- ,n his cx
'Bbltlon of tho "WJld Man from Borneo."
tHhll many othor attractions, novor pro
'J;Hced - raoro wonderful showing of hu-
'mLn life than Incpesrut.
jHfammer and "winter alike he lay In hlo
'Bpte wIl,cn consisted of a few sticks
;Kth tome race around the top. White
Hlurs remember that thirty years ago
. Hj habits were the tame. Unkempt
,K unshom, he presonted a pltlfu) ap
'Hinuice that la lmposslblo of descrlp-
K; Food, consisting: of blt3 of meat,
mHou, ere ' 001-0 and flcraps of bread,
Hire thrown to 'him as If he had been
. Hf animal- He woro no clothing- what-
Her, not evon a breech clout. During
-H) coldest weather his straggling beard
I ''Hd hair froze In the Knows and Ice that
) Hma Into his wickiup.
Haj many of the Indians tell the story
! :'Hnepegut, more than thirty winters
-Ho, while on his way from the Spanish
HKtk oounrry to tho Uintah Indian rcaer
iHlIon, hfl became enraged with his moth-
Hud. In a fit of anger, slew her. Real
Hop his crlmo ho went Insane. That
-Hvhat Inopegut means. "Insane." I3o-
Hn that time he was known as Toomlta,
'Hhleh In the TJto tongue means "winter
.H5s." Whllo tho Utes frequently moto
.Hit punlshmont for murder, tho fact that
'Hjomltu went Insane protected him, and
Htrluc all the yearn slnco tho atrocity
'HI has done penance.
'Hwy years ago the Indians attempted
: Ho rid the tribe of Tnepegut They blind
' Hided him and In a wagon and on horao-
Htcx took him a two days' trip Into tho
-Kiirt of tho Uintah mountains. They
Ht film there to perish. It was not to
flk When thoy arrived home there lay
HjW crazy Ute, curled up In his tepee.
'H had beaten them back many hours.
',Hfuday morning his brother, Provo
"Hjiok, found that ho hnd finally departed
Hr the "happy hunting grounds."
-. H QoBcntou tad Gleet pot Pabrt'o Okay Spectfle,
fflMtbl ONLY medicine which trill oare each and
Hcyuie- NO CASE known It has ever failed tg
'HnotnUerhoTreriou3 or of how longstanding.
SKlUfrmnitause will astonish Ton. .
HicibJolntBlytafe, prevents triotore ff2R
' flWeanbattkenwithoct inconvenience oft ml W
(flLidi'.jatknfrcm basinees. PRICE'S" J
K uk bt SCHRAMM-
Citizens of Ephraim Present
Question in Tentative
Form to Council.
Special to Tim Trlhnno.
TSPIIRAnu. Oct. 12. As the city coun
cil nan abandoned the Idea of installing
a local telephone system, on account of
financial conditions, it Is thought that if
tho now company Is granted a franchlso
a tolephono system will be instullcd hero
A communication of Inquiry war, sent
to tho city council. TI10 communication
wan signed by H. IT. NIclson. Potcr Lund
and Dr. L. ilnese, who desired an ex
pression from the council that would as
sure favorable action on the part of tho
administration and warrant tho work of
organizing tho company mul disposing of
Its stock. It was stated that slnco the
municipal telephone undertaking had
been abandoned .tho proposed corporation
would, If granted a franchise, Install a
system under ngrcomcnt to sell to the
city at some future date, the tlmo and
terms to be mutually agreed upon. Coun
cilman 13. P. Chrlstcnsen said It might
bo possible to grant a franchlso under
the conditions stated in tho communica
tion and called particular attention to
the Implied ofTcr to sell tho nystcm to tho
city. Owing to tho absence of Councll
mon J. P. Chrlstcnsen and Andrew Chrln
tenscn, Councilman Adolbcrt Anderson
was not in favor of talcing nny action
until all w'ero present, and on motion of
Councilman 12. P. Chrlstensen the com
munication was tiled until next meeting.
A petition Is being circulated In this
city asking for elthor 'a prohibitive- li
cense on pool halls and bowling alloys
or 0. prohibitory ordinance that would
have tho samo effect The petition Is
signed by about 400 of ISphralm's citi
zens and will be- presented at tho next
Appeals to Higher Court.
Special to Tho Tribune.
LOGAN, Oct. 12. Frank Forsbergor,
the man convicted a few days ago in
the city Justice's court of selling liquor
(unlawfully, came boforo Justico Marshall
for sentence today. Ho was given twenty
days In Jail and fined f 160. His attor
neys Immediately filed notice of appeal
to the district court.
Special to The Tribune.
POCATELL.O, Ida., Oct 12. City
Physician Dr. ICarlo Jones of this city
was re-elected president of tho Idaho
State Osteopathic association in Boise
today at the meeting of tho association
there. Dr. Jones Is also president of
the stato board of osteopathic examiners.
Ho enjoys tho distinction of being tho
Are sod Fighters
Whether at Work or Play, Enduranco
ComcB from Good Digestion,
Alwayn Assured by Stuart'3
Men and women must havo quick wit
and good grit to stand the day's battles.
A dyspeptic mny set away with his work,
nut is always at swords' points with
those around him. A good stomach and
a good meal well digested put3 us in a
good. Jolly fighting mood, the port that
mows down work and commands tho
hearty co-oporatlon of our associates. The
man at the head of a business who has a
good stomach has behind him a good
Denting force ngnlnat, competition and
the dally mlxups that arc bound to take
place. In fact a well organized busi
ness is llko our digestive system.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets an soon an
taken Into tho system go right to work as
nsnlstantr. to tbn stomach, rendering It
an Immense amount of help In working
out tho very complex processes of diges
tion, encouraging it In the performance
of its functions, relieving it of a portion
of It3 duties, thereby allowing It a tem
porary respite, and also toning up,
strengthening, revitalizing Its secretory
glands, mucous membranes, absorbing
elands and muscular walls in ouch a wav
that tho stomach soon rocovors its lost
powers of digestion, motility, assimila
tion and ultimately does Its work a3 well
as ever without outside assistance.
Those powerful llttlo tablets contain In
a concentrated form, cvory element nec
essary to digest all forms of food, wheth
er meats, vegetables, cereals. iggs. nsh,
etc., and they act equally well in an acid
or an alkaline medium. If votir stomach
Is ailing, does not digest a3 quickly or
an thoroughly as It should, and vour en
tire system In consequence Is suffering"
from malnutrition and mal-asslmllatlon,
you owo It to yourself to give the abused
stomach asslstanco to help It out of its
The solution of your stomach-trouble
problem is easy. Go to your druggist at
onco and sccuro a package, then lako one
or two after each meal or as required,
then noto the difference in tho way you
feel. Ail druggists soil them. Prfco CO
only osteopathic city physician In the
intormountaln region. Ho is coming
overland to Pocatello in a big, new auto
mobile ho has recently purchased there-
Master Ray Johnson, son of Lars John
eon, formerly with the Portneuf-Marsh
"Valley company and at present managor
of the Doxvney-Marsh Valley Investment
company of Downey, won socond honors
In tho boys' potato club contests at tho
Intormountaln fair at Boise. Tho boy
also won first at the Bannock County
fair at McCammon.
All freight and passenger trains com
ing from the west havo been" late hero
yesterday and today on account of an
accident to a freight train near Weisor,
caused by a broken whool and a derail
ment at King Hill. The first accident
caused about $2000 damago In the de
struction of wheat and rolling stock.
Marriea fris Nurse.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.. Oct 12.
Henry R. Baker of St Charles, 111., a
nephew of the late John TV?. Gatefl and
a beneficiary in his will, was married
here today to Miss Nina Carlton of St
Charles, a trained nurso who accompan
ied him to Colorado when, threatened
with tuberculosis, he came hero a few
months ago. On Ids partial recovery she
was packing her trunks when ho jiro-posed-
I OGDEN DEPARTMENT
OFFICE 2662 WASHINGTON AVENUE. PHONE 664.
Office Honrs -6 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.; 3 p. m. to 8 p. a.
MAY HOLD BULLIES
Weber County Board of Edu
cation Grants Permission
Special to ThoiTrlbuno.
OfiDEN, Oct. 12. At their regular
meeting l.his afternoon "tho membera o
tho board of education adopted a rc30
lution granting permission to use the
school buildings of Weber county for
political mootings but thcro arc certain
conditions which must he complied
with. These conditions are croated for
the purpose of safeguarding the tax
payers. It was decided that the party wish
ing to use a schoolhouso must first
make application to the clerk of the
board aud deposit $2, this to cover the
cost of fuel and ianitor service Thon
tho renters of the building must ap
point a competent sergeaut-at-arms to
provonL any damage to furnituro or
equipment. If such damage rosults an
nuiouiir. sufficient to cover ropairs must
bo paid to tho clork boforo tho build
ing can bo used again for a political
The buildings -which ivill bo thrown
open for political meetings are located
at Slatervillo, Furr West. Roy, Warren,
Taylor, Kanesville, JTarnsviUo, Wilson.
Marriott, Burch Creek, Uintah, North
Ogdon. Pleasant View and Liberty.
Raised to Five Stories.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDBN', Oct. 12. Plans for the pro
posed Klesol building, to be erected at
Twenty-fourth street and Hudson avenue,
are now being prepared by Shrccvo &
Madson and will provide for a structure
five storle3 in height Instead of two. as
originally planned. The estimated cost
of tho building with tho Increased num
ber of floors Is estimated at $80,000.
As In tho original plans, the Wober
club will havo the exclusive uso of the
top floor as well as a balcony, which will
oxtend along the cntlro Hudson avenue
sldo of tho building, and also the roof
garden. Modern construction of steel,
concrete and brick will bo omployed.
Bishop Spalding to Speak.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDBN, Oct. 12. The second weekly
meeting of the Sunday Night club in the
Guild hall of the EplscopuJ church will
be addressed tomorrow evening by the
lit Rev. Franklin S. Spalding. D. D.,
bishop of Utah. His subject will be "Tho
Church and the Worklngman." There
will be solos by Mrs. H. W. Shurtliff.
If J "Just What You 3gt . 1 1
If jSIf Need9' Sale of Several Hundred 1 S
I S Pieces of High-Grade Enameled vJlB 1 1
I Ware With Values Actually From p 1 1
I These goods offered at this sale are guaranteed to the limit, acid proof, triple I
M coated, white inside, with beautiful blue and white mottle outside. 1
ml Number 8 Seamless Pattern Tea Kettles, 2-qt. Seamless Rice Boilers, 14-qt. Dish I I
jm 1 Pans, Large Preserving Kettles and 6-qt Covered Sauce Pans go in this sale at 49 II
m 1 cents each. I 1
I Here Is the List of Items in This Sale:
i No. 7 Seamless Pattern Tea Kettles. 4-qt-Covered Porridge Pots, 11
I; No. 8 Seamless Pattern Tea Kettles. Jm mlk 6-qt. Covered Royal Sauce Pans. JM mjk E I
I 2 qt, Ooffee Pots, Enamel covers. Hg 4qt. Covered Berlin Sauoe Pans. I I
fl 1 qt. Tea Pots, Enamel covers. " 4.qt. Covered Deep Stew Pans. " v 1 1
fll 10-qt. Seamless Water Pails. (Tr. 2-qt. Covered Seamless Rice Boilers. Pan be II
1 8-qt. Utility bowls, "used for everything:." L 6 MS 3.qt, 4.qt straight Covered Sauce Pans. eillS II
I tSXittp ' Each qtnRimBisnPan. . ach 11
I 5.qt. and 6-qt. Lipped Sauce Pans. 2-qt. Covered Berlin Kettles. I g
II Sale Begins Monday, Pel. 14, 9 A. M.
I No phone orders received only one of each item to a customer free delivery. See I I
I lf TRADE WITH YOUR FRIENDS. mmmmmmmwssmmmBmmmmmmmmammaiamkmmmmKmim. m
II ztfmtegM MODERN FURNITURE CO.
H 234-236 SO. STATE STREET J
IS MW GREEK
Man Who Used Gun Had
Previously Been Attacked
by Cpuntryman of Victim.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN. Oct. U'. An altercation iiinong
the Groek and Mexican section lmndn
employed by the Oregon Short Line Rail
road company resulted in a ahootln,- af
fray this morning- which jnobably will
cause the death of John, Ermandes, a
Mexican, about 35 years of age. Mis as
sailant, Gus Demies, a Greek, is still ai
i 'A?0; ,He, ,s 6"erlng from a scalp wound
inflicted by Albert Chavze, a Mexican,
and It was this which provoked the ahoot-
&V Chavzo ,3 under arresL
The section men, about fifteen in num
ber, were at work on the Oregon Short
,V,ll,.1i.rack ,ncnr 'rwonty-elghth street this
moinlng when Chavze struck the Greek
on the head with a bar of iron, inflicting
a bad scalp wound. After having tho in-Jury-
dressed at polico headquarters. Ue
mles left the station. Informing tho of-
2ineuft a11 hQ &oInS t0 fcave a com
plaint sworn out.
rtsi?ad llc ,ar"icd himself -with, an nu
..rcvoly,er and returned to the
?Jrir &re th? jcotlon men were at
t&M Ch?ZeJ"rt left his work after
r; mistook Ermandes for Ids onemv.
"A. behind an embankment De
mies fired six shots at the Mexicans, now
n full rotreat. Ermandes was atterapt-
Yert..a- fenco wnen one of the
bullets Btruck him In tho back. Ho ran
Sround. yardS beforo ho feU
At tho Deo hospital Dr. R. S. Joyce
found that the bullet had penetrated Er
"ar" " Vc t l?ntL ftnd lodged just un-
& LWa .ca,5lly removed. At the hon
PlUil this evening the Mex can's chances
for recovery were said to bo very all" ht
hoSnfiS Ta not jested untlf a fat,,
hour this afternoon. Owing to the lnlurv
will hae no troublo apprehending him.
READY TO BUILD DAM.
William Glasmann Says Contract Is
Signed for Beginning of Big Work.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Oct 12. William Glasmann.
president of the Ogden River Reservoir
company, declares that ho has signed
up a contract with tho GIIIls Construe
JfePf c?mpan,y ot It Lake to build the
Knf 'oet of tho droposed dam
in South Fork canyon, work to start im
mediately. This means that the first
foot above tho level of Cobble creek but
six y-slx feet above the lowest boa-roclc
n ? t0 tho former mayor, this
St4ftono8ilmien ?,f 11,6 dam will cost
fntni ln'0tr c,udlnS the material. The
total cost of the dam as proposed bv the
engineers who havo prepared the plans
Is estimated at $1,057,000. The Salt
Lake company is said to ho under bond
Juno0mr,,190l3thCASt 6,xty-slx fce'
Juno l, 1913. After next year, Glas
mann aBaerts. his company will add ten
ft thyf00t addJtlns t0 the dam as
tho water Is needed for irrigation pur
poses. A complaint which Institutes legal
proceedings for tho condemnation of land
for tho proposed dam in South Fork can
yon was filed in tho district court this
morning by tho Ogden River Reservoir
company, of which William Glasmann s
president. Tho defendants are M. S
Browning, John Plngree. tho Lindsay
Land & Livestock company, J. s. Bur
ows, Lydla Burrows, William Burrows,
Mary Burrows and the Union Pacific
ADDRESS OGDEN DEMOCRATS.
James H. Moylo and Isaao Russell
Speak In Fifth Ward.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN", Oct. 12. Tho Democrats of the
Fifth ward received their first install
ment of campaign oratory tonight when
Jame3 H. Moylo of Salt Lako and Isaao
Russell, a former Utah newspaper man,
addressed an audience that almost filled
the Fifth ward amusement halL Mr.
Russell has been with Governor Wood
row Wilson during his campaign through
the eaBt and middle west as a corre
spondent for tho New York Times, and
ho told those present of the enthusiastic
rocoptlon accorded tho Democratic candidate.
Synodical Session Ends.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Oot. 12. After a mooting
which occupied a greater part of the
forenoon, tho Presbyterian synod of Utah,
which has been in session hero during the
weok, closed its annual convention. It has
been decided to hold tho next annual
meotlnff at Mt. Pleasant Routine busi
ness occupied tho attention of the dolo
gates during today's meeting, the final
action being the adoption of resolutions
expressing appreciation for tho welcome
and entertainment received in Ogden.
Tho Rev. John Meokor, who was elect
ed moderator for tho coming year, will
occupy the pulpit at the F1r3t Presby
terian church tomorrow morning and do
llver a'sermon at the Central Park Pres
byterian church in tho evening. These
meetings will bring to a final close the
Moosers Seek Air.
Special to The Trlbuno.
OGDEN. Oct 12. The Progressives
have adopted tho Socialist plan for reach
ing the voters. Falling to entice the
people to tlie headquarters or other places
where meeting havo been held, Chairman
G. J. S. Abels of the county committoo
obtained permission from Chief of Police
W I. Norton to hold a street meeting
and Parley P. .Chrlstcnsen addressed a
crowd of varying numbers at Hudson ave
nue and Twenty-fifth street tonight.
The Bull Moosers also extended their
campnlgn in tho country districts tonight
with meotlngs at nunlsvllle and Plain
City, Nophl L. Morris, Judgo A. W.
Agoo and other candidates addressed the
valley meeting, while Judtre J. E. Bng
ley. Joseph Rirlo and Thomas Davis
talked to a small crowd of voters at Plain
Occupying New Plant.
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Oct. 12 Although the building
Jk not yet completed, the Jensen Cream
ery company is occupying Its now build
ing at Wall avenue and Twenty-third
street and nomo of the departments are
In operation. Tho building, which Is two
stories In height and ban a floor space
of 5000 square feet, was constructed at
a cost of $12,000.
When the plant has been completed It
will bo capable of handling 20.000 pounds
of milk per day and will b. ablo to turn
out 5000 pounds of butter dally. The
company has planned to manufacturo
cheese at tho plant, but this dopartmont
will not be In operation until next month.
During tho summer months lew cream will
Engineer Held to Blame.
Sppclal to The Tribune.
OGDEN, Oct 13. As the result of an
Investigation by a. board of Inquiry, En
gineer Robinson has been declared ro
gponsfble tor the Southern Foclllo boiler
the Utmost Degree 1 I
jllll Mayer Honorbilt Shoes are acknowl- I
lllll edged leaders in ladies' fine footwear. 11 ! H
111111 Com.kineci "with refinement are the comfort J I :
H qualities that add Pleastire to wearing good I H
H lokmg shoes, and the wearing qualities that J
llWm make last lonSer than average shoes. VM H
miWi Maver Honorbilt Shoes are made in the lJ H
3, and which coot the life of the engi
neer and also in reman C. C. Cool. The
board found that the explosion wbh due
to low water In tho boiler. According to
the evidence, tho locomotive had been
thoroughly Inspected by tho company's
men and the interstate commerce Inspec
tors on October 3.
Granted IiIcoubo to Wed,
Special to The Tribune-
OGDEN, Oct, 12. Marriage licenses
were granted today to Arthur E. Waliis
and Miss Edith B. Smith, both of Og
den; Guy T. Rlfo and Mlnnio II. Ander
Hon, both of Rock Springs, Wyo. Mr.
Wallls and ,Mlss Smith Were united in
marriage by Judge J. A. Howell tills af
ternoon and will depart tomorrow for
their old home in tho Islo of Jersey. Eng
land. Upon their return thoy will reside
at 3600 Jefferson avenue.
Will Advise Parents.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Oct. 12. Superintendent AV.
N. Petterson of the Weber county pub
lic schools will deliver an address on "A
Better Crop of Boys and GirJs" before
the parents' class of the Fourth ward
tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. His talk
will deal with tho tobacco habit ami the
use of lraprojer medicines.
Republican Women Rally.
Special to Tho Tribune.
OGDEN, Oct. 12. Judges J. A. Howell
and N. J. Harris talked to the members
of the Women's Republican club of- Wo
ber county at tha Hudson avenue head
quarters this aftornoon. There were more
than 100 women present After the pro
gramme, which included several musical
numbers, refreshments were served.
LAND SALE BRISK.
PROVO. Oct. 12. Seventy-one tracts
were sold today In the government salo
of Uintah lands, tho high price going up
to 57.S0 an acre, but the area sold was
considerably less than on the two pre
vious days. With what was sold today
there have been GOG tracts sold, aggre
gating 118.300 acres. The sale wIJ be
continued Monday morning, but the land
sold at that time will be only those par
cels which were bid In this week and
the purchasers failed to pay for. It is
estimated that there will he only ten or
twolvo tracts sold in which the pur
chasers defaulted. Out of the ilrst -150
tracts sold thero was default on only
SEEKING TO PLACE I
Davis County Republicans
Adopt Plank Directed
Against Lagoon Races.
I Special to The Tribune. HHJ
FARMINOrTOX, Oct. 12. Horso Tao-
ing at Lugoon will be a thing of the past HHJ
if the Republican party is victorious HHJ
in Davis county this year. At the
county convention held here today n HH
plank was nailed into the platform de- HH
daring positively for an anti-betting
ordinance directod especially at tho La- HH
The resolution presenting the mea
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from certain quarters and was only HH
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in most cases. HHj
Charles R. Maybo of Bountiful wan Hfl
nominated for representative with little flflj
opposition. Aftor being beaten by W. flfll
W. Evans for tho two-year term for flfll
county commissioner, A. L. Burn ham of flflfl
Woods Cross jumped into the fight for HflH
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Fred Harris was renominated for sher- Hfl
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treasurer. Miss Bessie Larkin was HHj
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