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i: OF STAFF
ciency of the Serv- ;
1 jVould Be Improved .
I Under Supervision.
t jf SYSTEM FOR
1 ial Wood Also Presents
I pess a Detailed Plan
f Field Artillery.
Washington, Jan. s. The res-
1 TW Motion of the armv canteen
r fl, M enactment of legislation
MW'in tho olimination from the
KKfu army of unfit officers, are
ggBjllt iprinoipal recommendations
KOtnfral Leonard "Wood, chicC
ilis annual roporl, made pub
nf,iKr.i. General Wood recommends
cSwiration of tho armv on strat
W,Siicdin areas whoro it can be
lliLSud more economically. lie
ijjMhjjfer nil the personnel of the
'!wfc?s--oicepting- engineers, mcdi-
IShd and cnaplnins to tbe line,
MBbibs number of the' general of
Mri'UpB officers in tlio different
(-JWfl of tta personnel of staff
tl lino, in General Wood's
0f"mll terminato tbo constant
JwbtTTecn line and staff, a strug
MBl&is w old as the arm and one
:ti poises to continue. There
HKfe to interference with -promo-rHr
irould the members of the
'sBiiifl' corps loso any of their
-Tfctajt means for the elimination
fc5cen, the chief of staff says:
rBntB. efficiency of an orpaniza
'fS cunot be secured -without
ifcbf which tho merits of tbe in
JBl'iiall havo Fomo effect; upon
NMtrai7 loop ias suffered from
jDtafltfccn" a system," the geu
M"ss ""U) to tho crndo of
IHr pomotlon is by seniority in
JHA and there is no "way under
ft ty which an officer, no mat
Bf3 merit, can be ad.vn.nced a
Knber except by making bim
officer. Conservative opposi-
$0' fa be looked for in tbe
Jjrtoa there is jealous fear of
IPkU of favoritism, but this
jjteppear nndor tho influence of
wpco tho solcctiouB -where
'im!' ln Knri&s of tbo aerv
IWV lodging it with boards of
-pwtlojcn as not to bo affected
W' c't decisions and
iJ t in accordance 'with ibe
KWwk oi tne service.
W ?eat majority of the officers
Momy," says General Wood,
V toe canteen question, "arc
jmion that the re-establish-Btlle
cantcon nudor proper su
jjSfctm,li tend to improve tbe
ppMne and efficiency of tho
dismissing intompcrancc and
f- I-concur in this opinon."
ipoa, in this report, pre
tgngre!a a detailed plan for
Wflmiation of the field arlil
wncction with tbo general
3"on. This general
'JESt that tho first increment
JBJjon field army shall bo two
mtantry, six battalions of
er?i one field company of
jjjpj, five field hospitals and
TJ.1Deo companios. V,y this
Krf5'i 53 ftl rcsc,,t' l v-st
j"ield artillorv not only for
for hc militia.
M$ to Defeat.
thoro is no provision lor
.Wj m-ico of ammunition ami
JKL;5 c,ln in a single- duv's
K"11 u? all the ammunition
ijM? bo carried for thorn.
mi vnornl Wood J,,,,ls u,,it 51
th'8 additional artil
tat ?i ar (lc3,i,,5fl to "Hi
HJet it I a,R CI,lls attonliou
Ma Bt u,a"y states rcfiibo to
S M,frPCr l,rPrtio of field
of ) CftVa,r-' ia Uluir niilitifl
Mttftlr 0APnsi wiggosla
MH Engross definitely up-
which only can bo
RJms.8 f(,r 11,0 reauizn-
gj Bcgina Jnnuary 7.
2n?nrt-,r3'a,,.,.l,B of wlileneo
ftMe?n,,?u,L amilnut the
li? Sln ,?, 1r'i' aeocJalIo" )
3 Ptcla . 0 J"nary 7. Clnrlc
Mr. uorc Spc-clal Examiner
Bnal00 meu Mtoution.
Bl Vrv!hou,a b" Present at
kCni p0 "Ver ilm rcnminB
avlor'n , son at Joseph
V Woil ,lcrakinff parlors,
MJy Btroot, Sunday!
Hunt for William G. Rocke
feller by the "Money Trust"
EXCUSES NOW'IN ORDER
Whereabouts of Multi-Mil-Jionaire
as Much of a
Secret as Ever.
NEW york, .Tan. aWilliam C.
Rockcieller has aced through his
counsel, John A. Garver. to accept sen
ice of a subpoena to appear on January
13 before tho Pujo committee of the
house of representatives at Washington
Jnvcstisatinpr the "money trust, ' ac
cording to an announcement mado to
mffhfc at the offices of Samuel TJnior
myercounsel for the committee.
Mr. Unlermyer in behalf of the com
mitteo, it Tras stated, has accepted this
offor by direction of Chairman Pujo.
?o intimation of the whereabout of
Mr, Rockefeller was contained in the
As a result of the acrcemcnl, the ser-geant-at-arms
of tho house lias been in
structed to .discontinue his effois io
effect service on William "Root? cf ell or.
While accepting, service., tbe state
ment avers, Mr. Garver advised. Mr. TJn
termycr that Mr. "Rockefeller's condi
tion of health if very precarious and
that it will be impossible for him to ap
pear as a witness nt Washington or
even to submit ' to examination at his
Must Present Excuses.
Mr. Rockefeller has been informed
that having now submittod to the juris
diction of tho committee bo must pre
sent bis excuses to the committee in
due form for such action as it m.oy
deem proper. H it is established to
tbo satisfaction of tho committee that
it -will be impossible to obtain tho tes
timony of Mr. "Rockefeller witbont im
periling bis life, the statement says,
the committee of courso would not feol
justified in taking any sucb oxtreme ac
tion. It may, however, conclude to se
cure an independent opinion.
Mr. Garver confirmed at his home to
night tbe announcement that ho had
accepted sirvico in behalf of Mr. 'Rockefeller-
Iu answer to questions ho said
this, in effect, -was the cam as though
Mr. "Rockefeller had been served per
sonally, lie did not care to tlate, ho
paid, -where Mr. Tioekefeller was at
Watchers Withdrawn. 'v' '
The watchers thrown around 2tfr.
Rockefeller's Fifth avenue manslou, hi?
home in Tarrytown and tho homo of
relatives hi Greenwich, Conn., woro
withdrawn tonight, ending tho search of
process eervcra befiun last June,
Charles F- Rlddell. Kevseaiit-at-arma of
tho house of representatives, communi
cated with members of the Pujo com
mittee In Wa-shinpton upon beinj: hw
formed that Mr. Garvor lias accepted
service, and was authorised to discon
tinue the search. He left for Washing
Pujo' Is Ple'aseH.
WASHINGTON, Jan, ?,. Representa
tive Pujo of Louisiana, chairman of the
house "money trust" investigating com
mittae, expressed gratification tonight
over the action of William Rockefeller
in agreeing- to accept their counsel's ad
vice on a subpoena to bo present before
the committee on January 13. He had
been advised early in tho evening- from
New York that service would bo ac
cepted by Mr. Rockofolicr-
It was learned that Chairman Pujo
fully expected thut Mr. Rockefeller would
accept service ns tho result of tho state
ment he issued last night in which ho
exprcosed tho hope that it would not be
necessary to exert the "full iogal power"
of the houee. It also wa learned that
Mr. Pujo had known for twenty-four
hours of tho whereabouts of Mr. Rocke
feller, but he declined to throw any light
on tho subject.
Mr. Pujo tonight wired Charles F.
Riddell, 6crgcant-at-arms of thn house,
who has had personal command of tho
search for Mr. Rockefeller in New York,
to return to Washington tomorrow when
tho money trust committee will reconvene.
NOTED CHARACTER IS
EXECUTED IN MEXICO
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. S. Word was
received hero today of the execution in
Mexico City, December 2.1. of P. L. E. Del
Fun go Olcm, who had a meteoric career
in San Franclnco flnnnclnl circles during
:l period of ten years centering on tho
flrn of U'OS. f , t
Tlio Information, received in a prlvato
letter, wna to the effect that Glcra, af
ter accepting a colonclry in ono of Ma
doro's regiments, became Intlmat" v .h
Folix Diaz and wna captured In Diaz s
ranks when thn latter n revolution dis
solved at Vera Cruz. A courtmartial con
vlcied Giern. of high treason, the letter
.says, and ho was blindfolded -and shot
with' hla bade to "tho wall. " .
ft I era como here from Germany twelve
vcarn ago. bringing his bride, the daugh
ter of a noble'Gorman family. Ho mado ;i
fortune In tho operation of a tannery,
which he Hold Just in time to -Invest the
proceeds in Sun Francisco real estate- bo
fore tho flro. ,
He I lion engaged in handling nearby
qountry real estate and piled up a for
tune of $7i'0.000 dospltc the fact that he
was arrested fioveral tlmcH on charges ot
fraud connected with his transactions. He
nlwayH escaped conviction.
About a year ago h wife returned to
Gormnny and ho enlisted under Madero.
who twice complimented him for bravery.
JUMPS FROM STEAMER
WASHINGTON. Jan. 3. Representa
tive William W. Wcdomcycr of Ann
Arbor, Mich., who suddenly wont lnsano
at Colon. I'anama. at the tlmo of Presi
dent Taft'H iccont visit tp tho iathmus.
lumped overboard Inst night from a ship
lin which ho had been taken at Colon.
Ills body had not been recovered lnt
"'Representative Wedcmeyer went to the
iHlhniUH with a congressional party at tho
Kama tlmo thn president visited
On the voyage from Now York he coi
laPHed and wan taken tlrat to a sapi
tuH.im in Panama and later was put in
connnimoiit in a hospital, where ho be
came violent and raved about his defeat
at tho last election- Ho developed o
suicidal tendency and was closely
WCemc.ver's close friends y "ial n
few dnyB before leaving for the istniiiUB
he f"ll and struck his head on an icy
j sidewalk. It was not then regarded as
GRANTED ON APPEAL
(Continued, from Pago One.)
f ice late today, summoned bv Warden
Mclanghcy to rccoivo news "that the
lcdcraV circuit court of appeals had
granted supersedeas bonds, which may
mean temporary freedom for at least
thirty-two of them.
Only two pf tbo men had anything to
sa.y concerning tho information con
veyed to thorn. Herbert S. Ilockin,
former secretary of tbe iron workers'
union, who has been labelled tbo "be
trayer" of his fellows, and who is tho
only one of the thirty-three not af
fected by the supersedeas order, -was
tho lirst to speak. .
"Will tho bond be perfectod at In
dianapolis or at Chicago'.'' he asked
The question brought broad smiles
from several of his follow prisoners.
When Warden McOlaughey said ho
was unable to answer tbe query. Hock
in made no further-attempt, to puruo
Suggestion by Tveitmoe.
The faco of OJaf A. Tveitmoe of
San Francisco, who, liko Hoc-kin, was
sentenced to six years, beamed when
tho warden announced the Chicago
court 'e action. He shifted nervously
while Jlockiu had the floor, then said;
"In behalf of my fellows, Mr. Ward
en, f thank yon for this news. Somo
of na 'confidently had expected it, yet
were proparod ro serve our time, if tbo
court so willed. With your leave, I beg
to suggest that these men keep their
own council until the full import of tho
order has worked itself out.
When the warden announced thai, the
bond for each would be $10,000 for
ovcry year of each man's sentence, a
slight smile hovered about Frank M.
Ryan 's lipp.
Warden McClaughcv fold them he
had notified them in" advance of offi
cial information concerning tho bonds
to prevent thoir getting mixed accounts
through newspaper? or other source?
which might raise false hopes.
lie cautioned them not to become ex
cited or talk to other prisouors. lie
told them that next Sunday thoy would
be given their first opportunity to
write ono letter home.
Wardeu McClaughcv said tonight
he did not uxpecfc that anv releases
would result from tbo order of the Chi
cago judges insido of four or five days
bocauso of time necessary in prepar
ing bail, even when forthcoming, with
out delay. The warden returned to
day from Washington, where ho bad a
conference -with the attorney general.
TTo said the attorney general had
given him especial instructions regard
ing the thirty-three prisoners and that
tomorrow ho would put in force an or
der that no visitors bo permitted to
see them. IIo said a number of
anonymous letters bad been sent to
tho dynamite -prisoners and stopped in
the offices. Some of the letters, he
said, mado "dire threats" against Lho
Tho wardou said that, while all ap
parently wero the work of cranks,
every precaution would be taken
against admitting .any of tho writers.
MESSAGES SENT TO
By International News Soiwice.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.. Jan. 3 - When
news of the action of the United States
circuit court of appeals in granting ball
to the thirty-two mon convicted of "dyna
mite conspiracy," now serving tlmo in
tho penitentiary, reachod the headquar
ters of the International Association of
Bndgo and Structural Iron Workers here
tonight, tho veil of gloom that has en
shroudod the offices since the conviction
gave way to a feellnir of great delight.
J E. McCIory. secretary-treasurer, im
mediately sent messages to the wives of
the prisoners who have returned to their
homes. To Mrs. J. T. Butler at Buffalo,
N. Y tho wife of the vice president of
the association, he sent the following:
"Supersedeas granted by circuit court
of appeals today. ISxpcct to bo able to
have all men at Leavenworth liboratcd
on bond Inside two weeks, perhaps soon
er." He sent similar messages to each
of tho other women.
Judge Albert 13. Anderson would make
no statement whatever concerning the
action of tho Chicago judges.
"We are very much pleased to hear
the circuit court of appeals hns granted
a writ of supersedeas in the cases of the
thirty-two convicted mon," said J. 15.
McCIory. speaking for the Iron workers.
"It means that these men will be liberated
on bonds and bo permitted to return to
their homes while tho court of appeals
reviews the case I have no doubt that
we will be able to secure qualified bonds
for each and every one of them. Further
than I his I havo nothing to say."
E. D. Lewis, a member of tho executive
board and the only official of the iron
workers besides McCIory not now in jail,
could not have boon happier had he been
ono of tho thirty-two men affected .by
the news. "Wo certainly havo great
causo to rejoice," said lie.
Will Raise $60,000.
KANSAS CITY. Mo, Jan. 3. Labor
leaders hero tonight eaid that the .$(30,
000 necessary to secure tho rolcaso on
bond of William J. MxCain and W.
Ilort Brown of Ibis city, who wero con
victed of complicity in tho dynamito
conspirnc.y, probably would bo raised by
Will Give Bail.
SAN FKANT'TRCO. Jan. S.-J'Wc will
bail Clnuev and Tveitmoe nut if it costs
$1,000,000,'" said former Mayor P. II.
McCarthy, president of the" Building
Trades Council of California, today,
when informed that writs of superse
deas had been granted in the cases of
the men convicted al. Indianapolis.
Tveitmoe is yecrolnrv of tho council.
"Is money available?" McCarthy
"It is aailablc." was the reply,
"and will be immediately supplied, we
cau raise .$1,000,000 or more, I repeat."
Gompers Says No Money.
WASHINGTON. .Tan. 3. Samuel
Gompers, president of the American
Kedcratiou of Labor, when asked this
afternoon whether the federation would
furnish bail for the release of tho men
convicted in tho dynamite cases, said:
"Neither our men or tho federation
has any means."
Wo wish to cnll your attontlon to
tho fact that most infectious diseases
Buch ns whooping cough, diphtheria and
scarlet fovcr aro contracted when tho
child has a cold. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy will quickly euro a cold and
greatlv lessen tho dancer of contracting
these 'diseases. ThiB remedy Is famous
for its cures of colds. It- contains no
opium or other narcotic and may bo
given to a child with implicit canii.
donco. Sold bv all dealers.
Dr. A. A. Korr (surgeon) hns rcmovod
Dia oflico to 025 Boston building.
MEN HAPPV IN JAIL
Receive Visits From Bx-Gov-ernors,
Special to The Tribune.
BOrSE, Ida., Jan. H. The "Bull Moose
pen of Idaho" is the nickname that has
been given the cell at the Ada county
courthouse In this city, where three news
paper men, R. S. Sheridan. C. O. Broxon
and A. R. Cruzen, are serving sentenco
for contempt of court.
The. cell is the same one in which
Moyer. Haywood and Pettlbone, of West
ern Federation fame, spent many monthB
-while awaiting trial on the charge of
being co-conspirators In lho murder of
Governor Steunenberg, The fact thatthe
three newspaper men were active as lead
ers of the Progressive party In this state
account or tho title of "Bull Moose
'pen being given to the cell.
During the entire day the cell ha beon
crowded with men prominent in all walks
?r ,nf,e . who- called upon the prisoners.
Included in the list were ex-govornors,
ex-Unltcd Slates senators, -members of
the legislature, party leaders and candi
dates for tlic United States senate. Tele
grams were showered on the prisoners,
together with flowers and bonbons.
Governor West of Oregon, a personal
f" end of Publlshor Sheridan, wired tho
following message to the Incarcerated
newspaper men in care of the editorial
cell of tiie jail; "Greetings to the knight
errant of tho preBS. I am forwarding by
this mnll data in re Oregon parole and
honor system for your meditation. If In
need draw on me for a pardon."
COMPANY 10 BUILD
Prof. Homer Says Concern
Will Be Backed by Presi
Special to The Tribune..
PROVO. Jan. ,3. Prof. W. H. Homer
of the State Horticultural society-was In
Provo- today interviewing tho . business
riicti on the subject of the establishment
of canning factories in the fruit sections
of the state. Tt Is proposed to build sev
eral canning factories, the enterprise to
be backed by the Utah Sugar company.
The plan outlined by Mr. Homer "is to
form a company with a capital of $J.00O.
000, or nosslbly more, with one-half of
the stock to bo subscribed by local peo
ple and the other half by eastern capi
talists. Professor Homer stales that tlio
plan is indorsed by and will bo backed
by W. S. McComlck, C. W Nibley Presi
dent Joseph F. Smith, and others' Inter
ested in the Utah-Idaho Sugar companv.
Ceclllono Pleads Guilty at Pocatello; Sen-
tence Next Tuesday.
Special to Tho Tribune
POCATELLO, Ida., Jan. 3. .Much to
tho surprise of great numbers of people
interested In tho case, Joo Coclllono, the
murderer of Charles Vaughn, when ar
raigned before Judge Budge this morn
ing pleaded guilty to socond-degrco mur
der. This waa accepted by County At
torney Robert M. Terrol In order to save
an expensive trial and was wclcomo to
the prisoner because of the danger of his
being convicted and hanned on the first
There Is considerable dissatisfaction
over the acceptance of the second-degree
plea among the townspeople who wero
friends of Vaughn, but tho prosecution
stated that such a verdict would be
reached no doubt after a long trial and
with much cxpenBo to the countv. Co
clllono. who Is still in tho hospital' suffer
ing from wounds received from officers
when he tried to escape after tho killing,
will be sontcuccd next Tuesday.
Leading Citizen Dies.
Special to Tho Tribune.
PROVO. Jan Joseph 'J'. Mcliwan
died at his home on Provo bench this
morning of pneumonia. He was a native
of Scotland, born in Edinburgh Septem
ber 1. ISiO, and came to Utah with his
parents in ISfiO. After remaining In Salt
Lake a short time he moved to Provo,
where tho family lias since resided. He
was married here August 23, 1S67, to
Irlnda Naomi Crandall, who with one son,
Bishop IX D. McEwan, and soven daugh
Mr. Mcliwan, with R S. Slater and
Oscar Lyons, started the first newspaper
in Provo, the Utah County Times. In the
early sovcntles, and was for several ycar.
actively engaged In that work. IIo al
ways took an active part in public af
fairs and served as county commissioner
in 1S00 and moo, and hold other public
offices. For tho Inst ten years Mr. Mc
Ewan had suffered with rheumatism,
which compelled him to glvo up active
Stamp Sales Top Record.
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO, Jan. Postmaster James
Clovo reports tho largest business in tho
sale of stamps during December of any
month In tho history of the local poat
office. The sales for the month amounted
to $.irn8.70. a very marked Increaso over
the sales In the same month In 1011.
which were SZitfZ.iiQ. The parcel post,
which went into effect Janunrv 1, is al
ready taxing the cnpaclty of the clerical
force in lho postofllco.tq handle th busi
ness. Packages grcot and small, some of
thenf bulky enough to be classed as
freight, arc being sent by mail.
Flrobug Sout to Asylum.
Special to Tho Tribune.
rOCATKLLO. Jan. 3. A commission or
local physicians who examined John
Bowers of Oneida county In regard to
his sanity soon enmc to tho conclusion
that ho was insane, and ho has been
committed to tho asylum at BlnckfooU
ThiB is tho man who, while awaiting
trial hero for robbery, twice sot Ure to
tho Jail in which ho wo-h confined. Tho
first suspicion ns to bin being- insane
was caused by his boldness in robbing a
house In Oneida county. A commission
of physicians then Bald he waa sane'.
Special to Tho Tribune.'
POCATELLO. Jan. 3. T. J. McNlcr
ncy, alias T. A. Armstrong, confessed
forger, was sentenced to a term of one
to fourteen years In tho statu peniten
tiary. George II. Burrell, guilty of high
way robbery, was nentoncccl from tlvo to
top ycarh. Bud RichardHOti, convicted of
bootlegging, will bo sentenced later. The
other rases have been continued over to
the net term and the calendar is clear
of rrlmliml cneo.
BLAME FIREBUGS FDR
LOSS DFJINE HOME
Louis Smith Severely Burned
and - Afterwards Suffers
From Exposure. . .
Speciality Tho Tribune.
"PARK em-, Jan. 3.Firebugs are
blamed for tho burning of tho $10,000
residence of Louis Smith at Kamas
shortly after midnight, air. and Mrs.
Smith were not aroused until tho entire
P,"L fl?J,,'ai- Wazlng and they fled - in
hooiT nls ,clothcs- Smith then went
.ESf&XBr co,rt aturward Inc"
Tlio Smith Tiome is one mllo from
5f nas tJ wvon Smith awoke, shortly
after midnight, the bedchamber was ti II
LBxl? kc; ,VIth difficulty lie helped Mrs
a mill ?u,tsidc- T1,f K to rush through
Jm?r fran,ed with llamcs. but Mrs.
bmlth was ,merely scorched. Smith, when
he returned to the house to try to savS
some of tho furniture, detected tho odor
Pnr.?3e.nc and UJlB causcd Mm to blame
incendiaries for the lire.
T-?mreoUh$ oft nttmes TOS "en from
Kamas and neighbors went to tho aid of
o f ,mlths; r"cy found them sovcrely
suffering from tho cold. They were
quickly wrapped in overcoats and hurried
to Kansas, where they are under tho care
of a surgeon. uv.cn.
out who started tho fire.
BOISE. Ida., Jan. S. One million
people -will giv0 1 cent each to pay
the .300 fines imposod yesterday npon
R. S. Sheridan and C. 0. Broxon, pub
lisher and managing editor of tho Cap
ital News, who, in addition to their
fines, are serving ton-da3' sentences in
the county nail. Tho movement waa
started by Representative Dow Duning
of Owyheo county, who contributed the
first penny and expressed tho hope
that there vrero 3,000,000 men and
women in tho TJuitod States who would
follow his examplo and mako penny
contributions "for the cause of free
Sheridan and Broxon, together with
A . R. Cruzen, wero punished by the
supremo court for contempt for pub
lishing tbo criticism of Colonel Roose
velt of the Idaho court's decision pro
venting the placing o the names of
Progressive presidential electors oa tho
American Towns in Mexico
Cut Off by the Rebels.
EL PASO. Tex,, Jan. 3. As they had
threatened, rebels today again destroyed
communication on the Mexico Northwest
ern railway betwoen the American lum
bering towns of Pearson and Madera,
below Juarez. The road was on tho
verge of resuming traffic operations after
repairing the damage dono previously by
Bridges wero burnod and telegraph
General Blanco's federal column, which
had arrived at Pearson, sot out after the
rebels. The band cutting communication
is a now group. It is claimed, apparently
distinct from Salarar's column recently
defeated farther north.
Gonoral Trucy Aubcrt. who has boon
In command of tho Juarez garrison, left
today to assume hie new duties, with
headquarters at Torrcon, In tho state of
Durango. General Rabngo is expected
tomorrow to arrive at Chihuahua to as
sume command of the northern military
zone. No permanent commander has
been appointed for Juarez as yet.
Due to the railway shop strike and
general unsettled conditions in northern
and eastern Mexico, lho National Rail
ways of Mexico today declared an in
definite embargo on all freight entered
at tho port of El Paso. Passenger trains,
however, will bo run, whllo all classes of
merchandise or livestock will not bo ac
cepted even at the owners' risk.
Aged Broker Dies.
TRINIDAD, Colo.. Jan. 3. Frederick
florton. 70, pnee wealthy and for
thirty years an operator on tho Chicago
board of trade, dlod this morning at the,
ranch of W. A. Bartlett of Chicago, at
Vcrmejo Park, N. M. sixty miles south
west of hero. He had been ill for six
months. Horton was an old friend of
Bartlett. and had been living on the
ranch for four years. Ho was not married.
111 All Week! I
at Special Prices, I
at Your Dealer's !
Js trsnS The best part of breakfast is a H
Slnv juicy, thin-skinned, seedless "Sunkist" H
JkJ?Wv?Vv orange. Sunkist" oranges are the H
fji finest, juiciest, most delicious oranges fl
grown in the world. II
Buy them by the box or half-box they arc most economical ; ' mm
and keep for weeks.
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103 Maim St. 26S Mkm St. B
OFF 590,000 IN CASH
VALEN'CA-DO-MINHO. Portugal, Jan.
3. A daring band of smugglers on the
Portuguese-Spanish frontier carried off
590,000 in cash today after a Oerco bat
tle with a cattle ruisor and forty of his
herdsmen, in the courso of whloh nine of
the cowboys were killed and fourteen se
Joso Murllhacs, one of the best known
cattle brcedora in the provlnoo of Mlnho,
had been for several weeks passing from
fair to fair and had disponed of throe
herds of bulls. He then started for
home, with the Portuguese equivalent
of )00,000 in banknotes and coli with
him. He was guarded bv forv of his MMt
Early this morning, while ho w pass. MMt
ing close to the border between Portugal
and Spain, ho was suddenly attached by -
a largo band of smugglers, who fired flB
from behind rocks and thickets. Th)
herdsmen returned the flro with vigor, 'MM
but wero finally forced to flee. They
carried off Murllhacs. who had been se
riously wounded, but left the whol or th
money and twenty-three of their com-
rades on the field, nlno of then dead and MMu
most of tho others fatally injured. MMu
The civil guards of the entire provlnc- Bl
have been called out and aro searching MM
for tlio smugglers and the treasure, but
no traco of them has been found.
Here Only 3 Days More "o-oove? : I
F. H. Sccler of Chicago and Philadel- picte relief, but closes the oDcning in ten 11
phia, now at tho Hotel Utah, will re- days on tho avcrago case." This Instru- Hfl
main in Salt Lake this Saturday. Sun- mcnt rccelvod the only award in England
day and Monday positively no longer, and In Spain, producing results without HH
Ho fays: "The Spermatic Shield surgery, harmful injections, treatment or Ufl
Truss, as fitted to the Czar of prescriptions. Mr. Scclc.v has documents
Russia and now In use and ap- from tho U. S. Government. Washington. fll
proved by the United States Government, ft C. for 'nctlonasto jj.e pcrfiton
will not only retain anv case of Hernia ll, wlj j,0 clad to show the truss with-
perfectly, affording immediate and com- out charge, or fit them if desired. 9H
Rupture is not a breach or tear in the abdominal wall, as ignorautly supposed. H
therefore nothing to knit or heal. But rupturo is tho dilation or stretching of MMm
natural opening therefore subject to closure by stimulation. Don't wear a truis mmm
where the lump is, but where the rupturo is. It's different. Jmrnm
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HENAGER COLLEGE BUILDING, 49 SOUTH MAIN STREET. fW
There are 51 students now attending Hcna- commercial school. "What docs this indicate to 1HH
gef's Business College that started their coin- you. Judge lor yourself.
mereiai course iu some other school. 'Not ono New classes starting in nil departments, JhlI
of our former students is attending any other .Monday, January 6. I Ka
Call, write or phone today for full information. llffifl
Phone Wasutch 1138. ' J. C. HENAGER, Pres.