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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4, 1913. 1 'jj
ITEfl IN TI
k Lawyer Obtains
Ground Thai Ex
!t of Venezuela Is
rS Result From a
rllis Island and an
wv With South
RK, Jan. o The federal
tverc invoked today In be
Clprlano Castro and a
habeas corpus was grant
ring him before a Judicial
may determine the cause
n at this port. It was al
ppilcatlon that the former
meiucla was being Illegally
migration station on Ellis
hero ho has been detained
al on a French liner last
llic court will lie asked to
and thus set him at llb
t Is returnable January 10
Judge Holt, who granted
cdlatcly upon finding hlB
ivaa being riuestloned, had
urn voluntarily to .Europe
passage on the steamer
I, tailing tomdrrow for Hamburg,
'isntvcr. a3 soon as he learned 1
Ihd been granted, he canceled
as a Surprise.
wtlnyof legal proceedings to do
lh tlatua -of Castro caino an a
i for tho former Vcnesruclaii cx
fki apparently given up without
KjM hla declared intention of
pi country a sightseeing visit
UkIi-ciI his desire to return to
u quickly aa a steamer could
:i!n;;. it was stated tonight
dsccj of George Gordon Battle.
iM for the writ, grew out of a
til to Ellis Island yesterday by
1 Content, connected with Mr.
I !iv linn. lie reported to Mr.
io.idvl5cd the visit, Mr Con
I'.d thul after talking with Castro
ira die Venezuelan wnts being
Ti&llon of th0 Immigration laws
proper questions" wero be
lohi.ii in an elYcrt to make him
'Uretlf unC thus give specific
K Ruining him, if that proved
lifcn determined to apply lor
j."1" the interests of public cltl
".Ud endeavor to secure Castro's
Wj.As soon as the writ was pro
'jfeatsscra liurricd to Ellis island
WW Byron ii. rjhl. assistant im
9p wniniisElonor. with n copy of
fit- Tile granting of the writ
Utorncya stated, glvo Castro
J.to leave E!Hs island, and he is
fl9 remain under detention there
j.cr means arc decided upon to
s Pending llnaJ disposition of
n aslilng a Hearing for Castro
Y1 the attorney who went to
uidnv w;,jj Eiaiiied Dorinls
;,'in s'elcw only upon condi
! M would not mal.o any suggus
ttsho by wijicj, t,)c ,.l(lcr ini5ht
Mo hind in this country, and
g tt Vi7,yoY gained access to
.clan he was accompanied by
fe'Jtt of the immigration au
j. rtn'flrred present through-
IC!sCdhlh,at Cswll" informed
uai he had desired and in
f!fe tuch a visit,
im&frd tlirit because of
:trr ? ff1 1, "P0.!1 communlca
: skJ.1. hnd bcc" Impossible
1uafn?lUre t0 lne Petition.
traVSK pa'wraplj declared
as being detained "with.
rluirw a'Ltl ,Jn violation of
Etfe. and 5lmunitlc3 un
ny or ,rcun that he is
mhL, lsissc3 excluded by
won Into lhis country."
to Supreme Court.
iVhinvrLt i1 rclurn
s a tniLncd ?r rejected. ir
!CS ?,n.,lle appealod and
ry to the United States
lW&simr- "!lght h;tve bccn
rsM nP?tro wcro nalted
Wn tn ?r" ,lucHon volun
i oi WXoc JS"l,Pc- So rar aa
.TS!SC U advisable to kon
sitlon V.ctJ',n;r Arthur mcd
l.nfo the hnmigra
ll Vnn011.1!01 a decision,
to r?n?' thflt, h wn will-'
10 Cnropo o bis own ac-
B?WS5' Jr?'ia,"'Iiho nctlon
B;the cnS?lT0i ,n suddenly
W&. the iUniN? ll1" ''Bht for ad-
mJvof th;Ld atatcn tQo' sc-
?(Ubor tnmlripa,7,"c"t of com
Kiarcll ih?lL, to. consult coun-
K?,4i? bo Lthcnf0cr Veno
mIcr andtiVn 'n,,Iltd confer
Sl'i ltuaVin,,,B creates an
K' OcriVTrl,8 of habeas
ordered ,?(.nbSl,idcn,oa ad'
Kt ?. Poli,tc,.dolt?d. No such
pf? lrial- They
SALT LUKE EAGLES
Feast and Excellent Pro
gramme Follow Ceremony
of the Order.
In the. proHcncc of more thaD S00 mom
bcrs, Salt Lake acric Xo. 67. Fraternal
Order of Kaglcs. lasl nilit inslnllcd the
ofiiccrs who will serve throughout the
year until tho next anoual election.
Axel H. Steele conducted lhe ccremouits,
assisted by the following pasL worthv
prcbidcuts V. J. Siwadzki, Charles A.
Stains. Albert llerz, Janios Poland,
The newly irjfat ailed officers are P. P.
Chri&tonscn. junior past worthy prcsi
IcdL; J. 13. Siihlotterbeek, worthy prefi
dent; James Mctcalf, worthy vico presi
den I; U. S. TyieCann, secretary; H . Don,
treasurer; .J. H. Ialtou. J. T." IJuriicttc!
L. 2S. Yanuer, trustees; Dr. B. V. Barta,
Dr. .11. B. Spraguc, physiciaub; J. L.
Olsou, iusidc guard; John Bishop, out
At. the conclusion of the impressive
installation ceremonies an excellent
menu was enjoyed, the largo hall being
arranged for tho banquet. Tho feasting
w:is by uo nicaus formal, tho worthy
president calling upou scores of the
members present to coutributo to the
programmo of musie, songs, speeches
and auccdotcs. And tbo contributions
were excellent throughout and kept the
assembled lodge members keyed up to a
high piUh of eujoymeut until midnight.
Installation of oflieers of the Bing
liam aerie will be conducted tonight nn
dor the direction of State Dcputv Grand
Prcsideut II. S. McL'aun, who will be
accompanied on his trip from Salt Lako
bv a number of membcra of the local
NEW BANK READY
Farmers and Slockgrowers
Institution Will Open Its
Doors January 15.
Articles of incorporation of tho
Farmers and Stoekgrowors bank were
filed with the county cleric yesterday
afternoon. Governor "William Spry is
named as prcsideut and director. Twenty-four
other prominent meu from va
rious parts of the state arc named as
stockholders and directors. Tho capi
talization is $J00,000 and shares are
100 each. AJl the cupital stock has
been subscribed for.
Charles S. Tingey, accrctary of state,
who ocs out of oflicc next Monday,
is cashier of the now bank, and Charles
Li. Stewart, George T. Odell and C.
W. Penrose tire the first, second and
third vice presidents. respectively.
These, with James G. .McAllister, John
Stringham. X. T. Potter. BichardP. Mor
ris. 11. II. Cumming3. Maroui Ileiner,
I. 0. Ucfl'mau, John T Kingsbury, Ste
phen jr.. Love, Oliver Hodgson, JS. II.
Snow, Thomas W. .Tones, E. D. Hashi
moto, W. D, Suttou, J, Parley White,
K T. Harding, Thomus Smart, J. W.
Webster, John W. B. Bcnnio and Wil
liam Moss compose the board of direc
tors. The linn of Stewart, Bowman
Morris will handle the legal alfairs
of the bunk.
majority- of the capital stock is
held bv Charles B. Stewart as trustee.
Mr. Stewart is listed as holding $5000
worth of stock in his owu name aud
$203,500 in trust. Governor Spry is
listed as holding $5000, W. 13. Lake
SJO.OOO. IT. II- Cummings $5000. L. O.
hollWu $10,000, Thomas W. Jones
$5000. Many others hold smaller
The new bank will open January; ju
in the Utah Commercial & Savings
bank building on First South street,
wheiv it will remain until the now
building is ready for occupancy. The
officials of the bank expect to get into
the now building about April 1, ini...
Names and places of residence of the
incorporators of lhe bank are as fol
lows: William Spry. Charles S. ' in
ncv, Charles 13. Stewart. John btnna:
ham. .T. G. McAllister, Wellington L.
Lake, Oliver TIndgson, Horace H. Cum
mingc;, J. T. Kingsbury. Charles W.
Penrose. 13. T). HaMhimoto George H.
Home, J. Parley White, Thomas Vv.
Jones, Gcorgo T. Odoll. B. P. Morns,
X, T. Porter, Moroni Hciner, I .
miih, A. F. Barucs, 1. Ii. Allen, h.
A. Bering, S. H. Bove and John T
Bowman, of Salt Lake Oilv; Thmims
Smart, of Lopan; 13. II. S'now, of bl.
George: Josephine Seaman, of Ogdcn;
Fmilv H. Beiiol. of Centcrvillc; J. W.
Webster, of Bcshiircr: Ida.; -To?'1
HodeeH. of Garden Ciiv: Br. C. w.
Binhardf. of Bountiful: William T). Sut
ton, of Park Tity: T;. O. TTofTmun. of
Prieo: M. O. Packard, of Stiringville:
Frank Grosso, of Price; T3. T. Hard
intr. of Provo: and John W. B. Bcnnio,
of "Evanston, Wyo.
POULTRY SHOW PLANS
ARE WELL UNDER WAY
A meeting of the Salt Lake Count y
Poultrv association was held In tho Miir
1 ray Commercial club last night Prelimi
nary to tho poultry Mhow tint will be
1 Id iii Murray January 20. There ware
present about 150 persona repniscnlatho
of tho different parts of tho Mim y u
muob cnthuiiliixm wac .-hown. Work done
n tho nicctlng includod tho completion
of lie premium list, the adoption of a
s!onn wl vther w.oj t of a routine
nature. Tho slogan adontod Is 'VYliat
PHalumu i to California. Murray Is (o
Ullb." There will be $:00 In cash pr n
at (he Hhow. forty speclnl prizes and
several module and two silver cups. The
ocretan- was Instructed to send a lcltr-r
to tbo Agricultural College of Utah In
nn effort lo secure tho scrvlceH of Pro
fMor Turpln of tho cxtctiKion depart
ment to lecture In the City hull In Slur
r"v Vvi&ly, , Jomiary 17. The plncr, where
LVa "plained lo hold the show January
"0 w ll be too small, according- to the
number Sf ""tries coming In a ,ul an of
fort is being made to a larger
PLAN TO ESTABLISH
A COLOM TEXAS
Mormon Church Asked to
Render Assistance to Re
fugees From Mexico.
An application for temporary assist
ance establishing a ucw colony in Tex
as for homescoking refugees from the
Mormon colonies iu -Mexico has been
taken under advisement by tho first
presidency of lhe Mormon church. The
application was made by Junius Rom
ney, IL. S. Harris aud O. P. Brown, who
compose a refugee committco repre
senting the Mormon colonists in
The first presidency offered no addi
tional information ou tho matter yes-;
tcrdav. Neither had the office of the
presiding bishop anything lo give.
It was ascertained, however, that the
proposition would lie considered by the
first presidency and a decision reached
at once. Just when the first presi
dency will meet lo consider tbo appli
cation is not kuown.
It is understood that the object of
the move is to secure the assistance of
the church in establishing a new col
ouy in the United States ucar the
Mexican border, stationed conveniently!
near the Mexican colonics, so!
that whenever a stable govern
ment is fixed in Mexico, tho colonists
may return lo their Mexican holdings.
In the meantime, while waiting tor
this result, it is planned, those settlers
who arc without homes mav he able to
till tho soil and make a livelihood in
tho proposed new colony. Tho aid
asked of the church is of a temporary
character, it being proposed by the ap
picants to make the laud of tho new
colony maintain its settlers and even-!
tually reimburse those who assist in
the project at the present time.
So far as ascertainable, the project
relates to about GnUO acres of culti
vable land embraced iu the Arno
tract in the Pecos valley, about 200
miles cast of 131 Paso.
DESERET W SHOW
Clever Amateurs -Present
Bright, Clever Pro
gramme. The Dcseret gymnasium s "road
show," produced last night in tho gym
nasium, proved an unqualified success.
An audience of J200 applauded gener
ously, and the show, though strictly
amateur, was geueralj3r excellent.
Miss Mac Adlor and John D. Spen
cer, iu the tragic burlesque,' "A Des
perate Case," were the greatest laugh
producers on the card. This skit dealt
with tho sad experience of one Steve,
who was ruined and had only the al
ternative of death or work, of which
his wife advised the first. . Composed
by the actors, tho pieco was replete
with ''gct'Offs''' on tho gymnasium
management and instructors.
Another delightful sketch was liy
Miss Edna Hull and "David Cummings,
entitled "Tho Happy Pair." This
was a fair interpretation of "newly
weds' and their troubled.
Tho tumbling "stunt" of Young,
Ii'ichardsou aud Cutler equaled the ma
jority of such performances, aud was
Bendcring two number?, noracu En
sign entertained the crowd for ten
minutes with some of his favorite
songs, and had timo permitted tho au
dience would have had him back for
more. "The Great TJuknown," a song
specialty by Lylc Smith and Clay Wal
lace, furnished the ragtime portion of
The dancing of Miss Edwards and
Miss Taylor was dainty aud graceful.
Tho first, in what she styled an "Iribh
Medley," interpreted the various
dances with ease and maintained her
reputation for exact detail. Miss Tay
lor interpreted the "Spirit of S
representing the following phases:
"Driving Away of Winter," "The
Call to Summer. ' "Sunshine," "The
Running Brook,' "The Growing of
Flowers," "Return of the Birds,"
"The Summer Breeze' and "The Joy
Those in charge wore well pleased
with the support rriven their efforts by
tho public, and will probably repeat
the performance at an early dale.
Salt Lake Statistics
William TIcIss, SIS Wcat Fifth
13. W. Tolhurst. No. 2 Snow apart
C. C. Johnson. iW5 Wc3t First North,
Melvln J. Mathclr, 71'0 Second avenue,
C. P. Edrlnston, l'l Paxton avenue,
T. M. McICeun, ou'2 West First North,
Allen IC. Park. 52:: Eighth 13a? I. girl.
J. H. Spencer. L'lGU South Seventh
A. McFnrlnnd. 30 Harrison street, boy,
rotor C. Stcffcnacn, 100G Ninth Fast,
Gcorgo C. Meredith, HIS West Eighth
C. W, Bird, 3,-i3 Herbert avenue, girl.
Thomas It. Burt, 1-l-ID Lincoln avenue,
December 110, 1012 Janet U. Anderson.
St. Mary's hotpltal. -17 years, cerebral
January :. lfllO Ewlng G. Peterson,
02S F.uclld avciiur, 1 month, pneumonia-
December 2S. 11112 Joseph 1 Welch,
Albert hotel, 37 years, uulclde.
Heal Eotato Transfcra.
Westminster Inv. Co. to El wood E.
Dudley, lots 5 and 6, block II.
Weutniluntcr Heights ? 10
Anna Matson to G. II. Brown, part
lot S, block H. plat D u
Milton E. I.lpmnn and wife to Mary
E. Bay, part lot 3, block ?. plat
Hyrmn J. Jensen aud wife to John
L. Edwardfl. lots 111 and 17, block
11. ForeL Dale 2.S00
L.ucv H. Campboll to Kurl Splnnen.
Ipifrt lot 4n, ten-ncro plat A 10
Marlon A. M. Cannon to A. O.
UnrrlH. lots 37. 5S and SO. block o,
J Eineidon Heights t0'J
MATRIMONIAL WOES I
AID BEFORE MORSE
Mary Lund and Her Husband
Are Headliners at the
ARE UNABLE TO AGREE
Cannot Even Live in Same
House With a Partition
The woes of the matrimonially disin
clined, particularly tho woes of those to
whom the payment of alimony Is distaste
ful, appeared never ending at Judge C.
W. Morse's regular divorce matinee yes
terday. The shades of night were Tailing
and the court ballff had to turn on the
lights before the last act was over.
Tho headline! probably was a little skit
put on by Mary Lund and Charles G
Lund. Mrs. Lund is suing for divorce
on the ground of failuro to pruvldc and
pending the outcome she wanted alimoiiv.
Lund offered her everything clso. in Hcu
of alimony, but as fur real monev he
simply did not have It, lie said. For in
stance, there were fourteen bushels of,
potatoes In the cellar al home, a whole
pig hanging on tho back porch, a sack
of Hour and a bag of sugar, canned goods ,
and some dried apples in the kitchen.
These she could have and welcome, said
Mrs. Lund Objects.
Mrs. Lund did not want them, she
3.i(), if she would have to return In
order to enjoy them.
"Have you any objection to your wife I
returning to your home';" asked tho'
"She's as welcome as the flowers in
May." answered Lund.
"Cut I don't want to go back lo him,
he beats rac," chimed in tho wife.
"Well. then. I'm willing to build a par
lillon through the house and let her
have one side and me the other," sug
gested the husband.
Lfut nothing would do. Mrs. Lund in
sisted on staying at her grandfather's
house. Finding futile all efforts to effect
a. mutual residence for tho warring cou
ple, Judge Morso entered nn order of
$5 weekly alimony pending the outcome
of the suit.
Walter W. Griffin came next with a pe
tition for a modification of the llnal de
cree granted Iola Frances Griffin. Grif
fin wanted possesion of iho two little
children six months out of the year nnd
an abatomont of alimony during tho
period that ho cared for them. .Mrs. Grif
fin having married again. The best be
got was an order that Mrs. Griffin must
use the ?15 monthly alimony for the chil
dren alono and not for herself.
Agnes Lund Hoggo was given an in
terlocutory decrcu from Roy ITogco on
a showing of non-support and desertion.
She also was restored to her maiden name
Final decree was granted the follow
ing: Julia Abcll from Temple Jeff Abell,
Edith Muy BIrcumshaw from .Butler J.
Bircumshaw, Zlna C Walker from Syl
vester Walker, and Alice B. Siphcrd from
B. I. Siphcrd.
Nearly a dozen casc of orders to show
cause why alimony should not be paid,
or was not paid, were called, but all of
thorn wore continued after more or less
I WEATHER FORECAST.
Weather forecast for Salt Lake City
and the state of Utah Local: Snow Sat
urday; fair Sunday.
Comparative weather data at Salt Lake
City. January 5, 101":
Highest temperature today was ii de
grees; highest in this month since 1S7I
was GO degrees: lowest last night was SI
degrees; lowest this month since 1S7-J
was 20 degrees below zero; mean temper
ature for today was 32 degrees: normal
was 2L degrees; accumulated deficiency
since lhe first of the month is -1 degrees;
accumulated deficiency since January 1
Is 4 degrees.
TIclatlvo humidity at G a. in. today was
CO per cent: relative humidity at U p m.
today was 51 per cent.
Total precipitation for the twenty-four
hours ending at G p. m. was none; toto)
for this month to date Is .02 of an Inch:
accumulated dcllcicncy lor this month to
date is -02 of an inch: total nrcclpltatlon
since January 1 fo date la .02 of an Inch;
accumulated dntlclcncy since Junuary J
is .04 of an Inch.
Sun rlpes at 7:53 a, m. and sets at 5:12
p. m., January i. 1013.
Stations. 1-r !r
p -w t-Ji
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r ' .WW
. , . r
SALT LAKE U -141 21! .00
Boise .".I 10 32l' .00
Cheyenne 38 41 32 .00
Chicago 28 32 2$ .00
Denver 50 5S 22! .00
Dos Moines 1G1.,..
Dodgo City 4S Gt 30l .00
! Uululh 2 U' 2! .04
Duningo 31 40l Gl .00
Grand Junction I g!
Havre 2U 2l! 20 ,5G
Helena 2fi vy G' .10
Huron 2S 32 lrtj .00
Jacksonville I ISl 521....' .10
Kunsas City -10 4Sj 2Gl .00
Lander 3S 4Sl 22i .00
Los Angolas CS 8 ll GO .00 1
Modcna 50 GO! 30 .00 1
Moorhcad I 12 0. .01
New Orleans 51 C4! 40l .00
New York 321 5! 32' .3S
North Pluttc 101 2G' ,00
Oklahoma 5l'i G0 3l! .00
Phoenix 02' GG 30 .00
Poeatcllo 38 4Gl .ny
Portland. Or. 3G 501 3G1 .31
Uapld City 20 2G' 20 .20
lio-cburg 10 IS 40' .10
San DIogO G2 7Sl 52' .00
St. Louis ' 42 211 .00
St- Paul 12 11 G .01
San Prancisco $ 62 4G' .00
Seattle 3S -10 31 .70
Sheridan 20 IS 20 .P.2
Spokane 32 10 32! .is
Tonopnh IS 30! 3G. .00
Washington -. 31 o0 v.i .Gfi
Wllllston Is 2G is' .00
Winiiemuccn 14! 5GI 10 .00
OLD TEXT BOOK TELLS
ASTRONOMY THAT WAS
A f-chu"! text book on astronomy Is the
latest addition to tho Dnserut museum, j
It was placed on exhibition yesterday,
being found among some old papers by J
the director of the nuiseiiin. It was
written In 1S40 by W. Flnnock and was
used as an olomentnry text book in Lon
don. Some of the Instructions and rules
glvon In tho quaint little volume are not
exactly In accordance with modern
science, but tho book Is interesting, as
are also tho wood cuts Illustrating the
llarsh physics react, weaken the
bowels, cause chronic constipation.
Bonn's Begulct-t operate easily, tone
tho stomach, cure constipation. 2ip.
Ask your druggist for them, (Advcr-libcmcnt.)
J STORE. V j ft
In tho Heart of Salt Lake Main Between Second and Third South. j
A Most Rousing Success jf
j THE BIG STORE WAS JAMMED, from the
time the doors were thrown open every de- I
I partment, with its Mighty Bargains was crowd- S il
I ed everybody bought and bought freely. The I ;
I great organization was taxed to its utmost. I ;f
j Never before were such values offered at such 1
I sensationally low prices. I
TOD A Y Will Be ANOTHER BIG DA Y 1
I I Stocks will be replenished and during the sale I -M
I all odds and ends will meet reductions that will I
II mean a quick clearance, as we are determined I jp
1 not to move a dollar's worth of our present ?p
merchandise to our new home it will be to 1 6
! your interest to attend the sale today. l
I Two Extra Specials for Today ?J
i FIFTJ ALL-WOOL to A Ofi? I ll
E COATS AT 5TC. B j
I Made of all-wool, fancy mixtures, full length f
I effects; sizes for young girls, 14, 16, 18 sizes tfi
1 for women, 34 up to 40. i
I ONE HZjNDRED CHILD- & 1 Q CZ 11
REN'S COATS AT W . jj
j Black caracul, bear skin, chinchillas and cordu- I
roys; sizes from 2 to 6 years -a good showing J ra
TURNS OVER RAILWAY
Stradley Transfers Super
vision of Oregon Eastern
to G. W. Boschke.
Construction work on the Oregon
Eastern railroad will hereafter bo un
der the direction of G- W. Boachke,
chief engineer and assistant general
manager of the Oregon-Washington
Railroad & Navigation compauy. Carl
Stradley, chief engineer- and assistant
general' manager of the Oregon Short
Line, who has had personal supeni
siou of the work since it was started
in May, JlHi', formally turned the, work
over to -Mr. Boschko January J, al
thonugh for a fow days he will be the
real active head.
Although the engineering department
of the Oroiron Short Lino has been iu
charge of lhe construction of the Ore
gou liastern since it was started, it
has always been the property of the
Orcgou-Washington Railroad & avi'
gation company, with which it will
connect at tfcml, Ore, on the
Des-ohutcs branch of the company s
lines. Tho work was started from this
end becaubC the most valuable coun
try could Ijc reached sooner that way,
and it was done by the Oregou Short
Line because that, company made direct
connection with it. The branch line
from Ontario to Yale, in Oregon, i.
also tho properly of tho Oregon Wish
iugtou l.'nilrond Navigation coin
pan v, but it is not connected with th
main line except through lhe Oregon
The work on the Oregon Lastern,
which is intended as a direct line to
tho coast for tho llarriman lines, has
been going on rapidly. The gradiu;'
has been completed eighty miles west
from Vale, and track is laid Unity
eight miles west of that town. Accord
ing to Information given out yesterday,:
it is evident that there will uo change
iu the work of constructing lhe new
lino, excopl that it will now be super
vised by Mr. Boschke from his head
quarters" at Portland.
VI, L. Lomox. passenger traffic man
ager oi tho Western Pacific. v 111 puss
through this city this afternoon on Ida
way to Denver from his headquarters in
Announcement was made yesterduy
from the offices of the general passenger
ngont of tho Oregon Shc.it Line that a
rate of $70 for the round trip to New
Orleans will be offered January 10 and
January 11. The occasion Is the West
ern Km it Jobbers' convention. Tickets
will bo limited to Fcbruarv S.
FAST "THREE DAYS;
FEAST ON DOUGHNUTS
Fvery one knows how much a dough
nut looks like a life preserver, but not
every one has experienced how near a
doughnut can come to being a life pro
server. Louis llallor and Louis Tran
noa, both French, and both cowboys, who
have been forced to give up their chosen
vocations because of the conquest of
barbwirc, applied at police headquarters
for lodgings Inst night. Their story that
they had not tasted food for three days
touched tho heart of Desk Sergeant Wil
liam Ke.ting. A sack full of doughnuts
wns provided and the men ate them the
while ihcy told of having shipped from
Colorado to Utah In the hope of getting
work In the quarries at Kyunc. Arriv
ing there they had found more men thun
could bo supplied with employment and
came on to Salt Lnko.
GUESTS OF T. F. THOMAS
One hundred and forLy-sevcn Demo
cratic women wetJi- the guests of Demo
cratic County Chairman T. F. Thomas at
a theater parly at the Ornheuni yester
day afternoon. The eight b.'cs were all
occupied by the ladles as Well as a .sec
tion In the body of Iho thcutcr. ISach
I hidy nas prusontcd with a box of candy
by Mr. Thomas.
Salt Laker in Now York.
Special to Tho Tribune.
Nl-:w YOllIC. Jan. 3. McAlpln. S. 11.
PERUVIAN CITY IS Hi
NOT ENTIRELY ANCIENT H
An Interesting description of Jquitos, a. RH
city iu the northeastern part of Peru, Is HM
given In a letter recently received by A. Iflljfl
W. McCune. who is constructing a trans- BH
Andean railway in South America. Thi BIB
city is about tho same slzo and eleva- H H
tlon of Salt Laku City. The railroad H
builder compares tho character of the H M
city with that of Leadvlllc, Colo., as M H
It was thirty years ago. The principal fa H
business thcro Is rubber and immonso ffi H
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ocean-going steamers which come up tho H
Amazon-. Mr. McC-uno also tells of the M n
advantages that will be gained by the B jfl
new railroad. H U
SUGAR DIVIDEND ON iil
COMMON STOCK PASSED
YORK, Jan. 3. Tho director H
of the American Beet Sugar company vM
decided today not to-declaru the usual H
dividcud on the common stock. They mm
issued this eiatenicul: 89
'Besolved, That iu i-w of th Vr- BH
block of manufactured sugar on hand 1 BBJ
unsold, no action be taken on pay- BM
incut of tho dividend ou tho common BH
The common stock wa placed on a Hl
n per cent hasis in J 011. HaH
Announcement of the action of tho HH
directors was followed by heavy sell- HIE
ing of the common stock on the ex- BB
change, which broke violently from IflSfl
Vessel Blown Up. AH
SMVKNA. Asiatic Turkey. Jan. .1. Th HflH
Turkish sailing vessel. Theodore, of iBBW
tons, was blown up today by coming In UBS
contact with a floating mine at the en- HAH
mince to Smyrna bay. UflBI
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