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H ?1 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1913. J
I EMBASSADOR RESTS
II SLEEPY HOLLOW
President Taft unci Many High
OflTcials Attend Funeral of
H SERVICES IMPRESSIVE
Body Escorted by Infantry
and A'arines to the Train
for Tarry town.
NEW YORK, Jan. Tho body of
W hi tela w Ifcid. late, embassador to
Oreat Britain, was carried today to its
'nt resting placo in tho Sleeps Hollow
icmetery at Tarrytown. President
Taft, oabiuet officers, representatives
o the army and navy aud of I bo Brit
.i embassy, tbu bereaved family and
hundreds of friends and associates of
hi laic embassador attended the fu
feral this morning in tbc Cathedral of
" John tbo Divine.
Hj Li. nop David if. Greer conducted the j
twcc, assisted bv Bibbop Leonard oi
Iceland, representing tbo dioecso ot
Ohio, iu which Mr. Reid used to reside-.
Hj i hup Boyd Carpenter, canon ot
'.v citntinster abbey, represented tbe
ihx' of England.
(jirat Britain was represented by
bcr American embassador, James
Bree. and members of bin suite, and
tbo officers of tbe cruiser Natal, which
brought the bodv across the Atlantic.
Thr United States army was reprc
v.ntrj officially by Major General
jtarr- and tho navy by Hoar Admiral
Among others prcsonl were oir Era
o t ii. Sbaekletou, tbo polar explorer,
representing the Pilgrims of Great
Britain, and ex-President Theodore
ioe celt from the American Pilgrims.
Tho hnorari'' pallbearers iueludcd:
Secretary of Stale Knox, Embassador
te, Senator Root, Senator Lodge,
-ludgo Gcorgo fJray. Bear Admiral
owks, Joseph II. Choato, Chauncoy
M. Depew, ,T ' 1?. Morgan, Robert Bacon,
L'uherL Todd Lincoln and Henry
fter tbe services, which began at
11 u'HocL, tho casket was escorted to
the Grand Central Nation by a bat
laliou of infantry from the army," a
l:ittalion of murines and a battalion
Bl of sailors. At the station a special
Hl t;ain was waiting to carry tho family
ard friends to Tarrytown.
H Flags Half Mast.
LONDON-. Jan. I. Many of the
l.i.,'s on pblic and private buildings
in the west end of Loudon floated at
Iw'f nia.t today out of respect, for j.bc
Hl minion of tbe late Embassador Reid.
! CITY AND VICINITY
ONE YEAR IN THE slate prison was
' i "ntenco Imposed on Albert Vallc,
ii Jtl Sornnl and SI. Lopez. Mexicans,
.o pleaded guilty yesterday before
Jjdjc I C. Loofbourow in the district
-nrt to i.-liurgcri of grcuid larceny. They
. abused of stealing Holliing valued
t J..1.30 from a store in Mldvulc No
t c bfr "? lest.
HENRY LAWRENCE stood patiently
urojc Judge Loofbourow yesterday
n.o'iilr for about half an hour, auto
rt ntl'-.i lly cntcrii; pleas of not guilty to
fou. v'uintitalnta charging bun;!:!!-!1 in the
-veond degree. He Is accused of euterlng
two rooms ut the Tuxedo apartments and
tv.o In the Alexander apartments.
NEPHI L. MORRIS will deliver an ad
ln.v? at "J:Uo o'clock this evening In the
S'ig.tr House ward meeting house. In
jii.dUioM to thy address there will be a
liiiltonc solo by Frank-T. Taylor, a con
ttlto -siu by Mabel Read, and a violin
THIS EVENING In Emigration ward
. . -P' ' ut ti'.ao o'clock, under the auspices
of tin J. T. A. association. Mrs. Saman
i l IJi in.li.'ill Foley will lecture on "Mex
i'o iTid thj Spanish Imguage." A
n. f-icul prognimmo will be rendered.
WILLIAM MATTHEUS of this city
i" icivc f-ir the cast In a few days to
u rpt it poMtlon with a theatrical com-i-.iro
- He will bo accompanied by his
.. itt;( r. -with whom he has been visiting.
FUNERAL SERVICES for Erving Po
'fr on were huld at tho family residence.
S Lui'hd avumio, at 'I o'clock yesterday
(ftfrno-iir. Interment was In the Cltj
.' a t-tcr.' .
ABOUT FORTY residents of Sixth!
1 ut ttrcct ha-vo slgnwl a. petition pre-1
Htntni to the city commission yesterday
rvtng for the paving of Sixth last from
. ' J to Ninth Soutli street. !
ALL JURY and non-jury cases to be
ard during the January term of court
terc aligned to their places on the cal
er.lar a aottlng by the district court
1 Jogc , yesterday.
THE REGULAR monthly meeting of
'hr Ktatfe board of education, which Is
jsiially held on the llrst Monday of the
."lonih. has been postponed tills month
jmiI January 13.
THE BODY of Walter M. Thayer. 5."i
vcrw of age. who died Fridav at a local
"ospital of necrosis of tho jaw bone, was
kh to Kllburn. Wls., by Undertaker 15.
IV. Hall yesterday for burial.
J. A. FRITSCH, with his father. Fran
is l'rltrch. left cstcrday ror Pacific
coist cities, to be absent lor about two
WORD COMES from Ely. Nov., of the
ir i of a son to Mr. and Mir. Leslie
Mo-JfHd. Mrs. Stodfold was formcrlj'
Mies Tannic Lclpslger of this city.
EUGENE PETERSON pleaded guilty
before Judge F. C. Loofbourow yesterday
to a t-hargc of aesault and was sentenced
i j i mo three months In the county jail.
MR. AND MRS. Lee Greene Richards
i n 'tMMD; i-ongiatulattons over the
a-.pjl of a ioy.
' OGDEN DEPARTMENT
I OFPIOE 2662 WASHINGTON AVENUE. PHONE 664.
Offlca Hours 6 a. n. to 10:30 a. m.; 3 p. m, to S p. m.
STORM I VICIPJITY
OF 06DEN SEVERE
Traffic Is Delayed, Signs De
Special to The Tribune.
OGDEN", Jan. -i. Property loes as a
result oi the llfty-mllc wind which has
been swooping down from the northeast
since 5 o"clock this evening wa-t esti
mated at not less than 5000 at mid
night. Much of the damage resulted
from seven ilres which occurred between
5 and 11 o'clock. The tcrrlrtc gale, ono
of the mo.t severe In the past ten years,
drove muiiy, persons to their homes at
an early hour this evening.
Street car service, although badly
crippled, continued up to tho usual hour,
the cars often creeping along at a snail's
pace In tho teeth of the northeaster.
Passengers arriving from Salt Lid:? on
delayed trains said that It required from
two to four hours to make the trip which
usually consumes an hour or less. In
several cases trains were stopped com
pletely, tho pas&engcrs fearing that the
coaches would be blown from the track.
Over tho Salt Jake division of tho
Southern Pacific tvports were received
that the high wind was quite, general
In that direction, although no serious
damage wna reported either In Nevada
or to the cutoff.
Tho greatest damage from fire result
ed at tho home of F. S. Towne. 2St"9
Washington avenue, at 11 o'clock. It
was due to an overheated stove, tho
MM FRENCH COURTS
In Minor Tribunal Judge
Fights With Clerk, While
Special Cable to The Tribune.
PARIS, .Tau. -1. There is Dot much
dignity about some of the miDdr French
courts of justice. I remember once
when I was haled into a court near
Palais TCoj-al by an angry conductor be
cause I had refused to pay car faro
twice. T had all J. could do to remain
serious when tbe two judges on tho
bench bcan Jo call my accuser all sorts
of name?. The first, judge finally asked
the second to shut up a moment, and
give him a chance, because the latter
happened to possess a more glib tongue
aud a stronger voice.
A similar' seonc happened at Corbcil
the other day. when tho judge who had
undoubtedly' celebrated Jfovcillou not
wisely but" too well, came into court
with' a heavy head and nasty temper.
Uc began to abuso the clevfe aud loll
bim that he did no. earn his money.
2sow French clerks are a very inde
pendent lot, so the clerk told tho judge
that- be should not come into court
drunk, evcu if he were to sit in judg
ment upon his peers. Tlerc the clerk
pointed signilieantly to a number of
drunks in the dock.
This was too much for His Honor,
who began to box the clerk's cars and
in Toturn received a blow straight from
tho shoulder. Instead of this sober
ing him up, the judge, now thoroughly
aroused, threw off his coat and jumped
into the middle of the room with a
The clerk was willing, and tho fight
began. Unfortunately it lasted only
one short round. The judge was
knocked down and counted out by the
! public prosecutor, who thon stopped the
fieht, greatly to the relief of the po
licemen who had not dared to inter
! fere with the sport of their superiors.
DR. PEARSON IS
TO VISIT WEST
Denver & S.'ilt Lake Railroad
Inspected to Take on New
Life as Result..
Special Id The Tribune.
TJlSrVEIi, Colo., Jau. 4. Dr. P. S.
Pearson, who will be chairman of the
board of tho Denver & Salt Lako Kail
road com pan j', the corporation formed
to take over "the Moffat ro3d, will come
to Colorado from Loudon next month
to tako a personal look at tho property
and confer with local officials oi the
Dr. Pearson has alrcadv under consid
eration eeveral big projects along the
route of tho railroad. J. G. Carney,
chief engineer of all the Pearson com
panies, is reported to have beeu in Colo
rado for a month with a forco of men.
making examination of the resources of
the northwestern part of tho etate.
Thcv coming of the Pearson syndicate
into tho state is believed to foreshadow
some of tho biggest development works
ever undertaken in northwestern Colo
rado and eastern Utah.
Dr. Schramm Returning.
George V, P.hramm and wife will
return Monday from a trip to Ios
H jSS5Arc invigorating, healthful, refreshing. Tho tired,
H worn-out business man can find nothing that will
H IBL j ;?iWj3S 1 raake m feel "himself" as quickly as a
B jBnWKE; SANITARIUM BATH.
H (iSittHBSr0 liave ucm in oJl forms tub baths, private
j djj pools and large swimming pools. Open clay and
I "CATERING ONLY TO THE BETTER ELEMENT"
t damage being estimated at moro than
3S00. " A majority of the other six fires
wcro duo to overheated stovca ur sparks
Fow signs were left In position
throughout tho business district and
manv plate glass windows wore de
stroyed. The Marlon hotel was a. par
ticular target. Three plato glass win
dows wcro blown In at this building.
READY FOR WORK.
Student at Sacred Heart Academy Oath
crlng From Western States.
OGD13N". Jan. I. In accordance with
the ttiHtrnellons issued upon their depar
ture two wck8 ago, sl lurge number of
tho Hludenta at the Sacred Heart acad
emy an: expected to arrive la the city
tomorrow from California. Nevada, Idaho,
Wyoming and other neighboring states to
resume their studies after a pleasant va
cation. A majority of tho puplla upcnt
the two weeks at thulr homes.
All pupils aro expected lo report for
class work at 0 oVlock Monday morn
ing. January C, and failure to comply
with this regulation, unless lllncas bo the
prevonting cause, entails a loss of clu.-'s
honors at the eloho of tho scholastic year.
Tim second semester being most Impor
tant, nl students have always endeavored
to arrive on time after tho holiday va
cation. Regular classes In physical education
will bo resumed January S. Now pupils
may be registered at any time, accord
ing to a Now year's statement issued by
the faculty, of the academy, and tho
initial days of 101U are adding lo the stu
j WILL TELL OF "GHOSTS."
Bishop Spalding Is to Preach Sermon On
OGDEN. Jan. 4. Talking on tho sub
Joel of "Ghosts" and discussing the prob
lem of Immortality from the standpoint
of niorJeru philosophy, tho Rt. Rev.
Kranklln S. Spalding. D D.. bishop of
Utah, will deliver an address before the
members of the Sunday Night club at tho
parlKh house of the Church of tho Good
Shepherd tomorrow evening at S o'clock.
Bishop Spalding will also spook at tho II
o'clock service of tho Church of the Good
Shepherd tomorrow forenoon.
In dealing with the subject he has
chosen for tomorrow night's address,
Bishop Spalding will take up especially
the value of the llndlngs of tho Society
for Psychical Research. At the close of
tho addresu thos0 present, will be given
an opportunity to discuss the subject and
ask questions of the speaker. Tho music
will be furnished by Mrs. TT. W. Shurt- I
lift, soloist, and Miss Carrie Browning,
Finds Wealth in AlaBka.
OGDEN, Jan. 1 Burdened with no par
ticular worldly cures other than cashing
Guggenheim remittances which result
from the operation of a. big dredge In
Flat Creek. Alaska. B. J. Ives, a former
Ogdcn resident and son of the la.to S. L,
Ives, Is visiting relatives In thlo city
after a recent trip to tho gold-bearing
country t'ar to tho north. Mr. Tvcb has
been operating in Alaska, since 1900 and
up to the present time his achievements
have amounted lo making hlmaelf and
several associates immensely wealthy.
Sorno of the substantial evidences of Mr.
Ives's prosperity consist of a collection of
sold nuggets ranging In value from ?15 to
Will Visit Honolulu,
OGDEN. Jan. 4 A party of well known
Ogden people, including Joseph Scowcroft
and wife. L. H. Peery and wife a.nd Har
old Pccry and wife, will leave tomorrow
for Honolulu, expecting to be absent from
tho city until early in February. The
party will sail from San Francisco on the
steamer Siberia on January 0. Upon their
arrival In Honolulu they will be Joined
by Joseph Nibley and party for a lour
of tho Hawaiian Islands. They expect
to meet Thomas B. Fan and wife and
other Ogden residents who aro doing mis
sionary work In tho Islands.
Pays by Prison Term.
OGDEN. Jan I. "Tom" Kccnaii, who
throw a rock through tho plato glass win
dow at the Eoard of Trado saloon yester
day after engaging In an altercation with
the bartender, pleaded guilty before Judge
W. H Reeder this morning and was sen
tenced to ninety days in the city jail.
When asked If he would mako good tho
loss resulting from his act, Keenan told
the court that he could not make good
even if the glass was only six inches
square, as he was absolutely without
cash. Tho damago is estimated at $50.
Carelessness Loads to .Tall.
OGDEN, Jan. 4. Charged with carrying
an unnecessary number of firearms, Lu
thor Wisman of Tucker, Utah, was sen
tenced to servo ninety days in tho city
Jail by Judge W. XL Reeder this morn
ing. Wisman caused a reign of terror at
the Harry Gavros restaurant and rooming
house. 11.0 Twenty-fifth street, last ulght
when be ate his supper with a .28 caliber
six-shooter by his plte and then pro
duced a .32 caliber automatic from his
pocket. The Tucker man said he was In
toxicated aud could not remember how
he had handled tho guns.
Will Siug "Home Songs."
OGDEN. Jan. 4. The first concert by
tho Ogdcn tabernacle choir this season
will bo given tomorrow evening at 7:30
o'clock with Professor Joseph Ballantyne.
director of the choir. In charge. This
concert will be complimentary to the Mu
tual Improvement associations of the
three local stakes, the proceeds lo go to
these organizations. As a. special fea
ture of tho concert, the choir will render
a. number of tho beat known "home
Mrs. Sarah N. Carr Dead.
OGDEN, Jan. 4. Mrs. Sarah X. Carr,
aged GO years, died at tho home of her
daughter. Mrs. Joseph Wlllct. 5G Thir
teenth street, lasi ovoning, after a long
illness duo to stomach trouble. Sho is
survived by three daughters and two
brothers. Funeral services will be held
in tho Ninth ward chapel at 3 o'clock
Sunday afternoon. Tho body will 11c In
slate a,t the daughter's homo until the
hour of the services tomorrow.
Dies of Old Age.
OGDEN, Jan. 4. Albert T. Wood, pro
prietor of a bakery at L'CGO Washington
avenue, has received a telegram announc
ing the death of hla father, .7. O. Wood,
at Ids Vegas, on Thursday. The relative's
death was due to the infirmities of old
age, ho being more than SO years of age.
The Interment will bo made at that place.
Granted Licouso to Wed.
OGDEN, Jan. 4 Marriage licenses were
granted today to "Lester Hover and
Miss Wlllio Brown, both of Shoshone.
Idaho: William Mllkoff and Pauline
Bloom, both of Ogden.
JUDGE REFUSES TO
RESCIND HIS ORDER
KANSAS CITY. Jan. 4 Judg Pollock
of the federal court In Kansas City. Kan.,
torjay refused to refeclnd his order of
December 'JO approving a raise In the
prlco of gas by tho Kansas Natural
Application for the rescinding of th
order was mado by tho receivers for
the gas company. As a concession to
officials of Kansas and Missouri totrns
affected by tho gas order. Jude Pollock
slightly modified his original mandate
by forbidding the Kamas Natural Gas
company to shut off the supply to dis
tributing companies if they failed to
meet the advance at tho end of tn
Bishop Is Named.
ROME. Jan. 4. The Rt. Rev. Dr. Peter
Jotep'n Hurth. titular bibhop of Milopo
tamuF, was nominated today to bo blchop
of Nuevsi Zegevia, In the Philippine lei-!
ands. In succession to the Rt. Rev. James
J. Carroll, who resigned In November
Inft. to become 'pctor of Sl Edwards'
IR-'i-iii Catholl church, Philadelphia.
KNIGHT WILL GIVE
Willing' to Contribute That
Amount lo Have Provo on
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO. Jan. 4. It was reported on
good authority here tonight that Jesse
Knight hud offered SlOO.OOO as a contribu
tion toward completing the Utah links of
tho Midland trail, which has been pro
posed as a rou to for the first transconti
nental highway. Mr. Knight is said to
havp expressed himself as willlnt: to zlvc
this r.mount on condition that the high
way pass through Provo. Provo Is In
cluded In the Grand Junction-Salt Lake
link traversed by A. 1. Westgard, path
finder for the American Automobile
J. S. Appel of Sail Lako ana represent
ing the Motor Field of Denver. W. II.
Ellison, president, and U. U. IMskey.
secretary and treasurer of the Salt l-ake
council of tho Midland Trail associa
tion. . met hero tonight with the local
council and a permanent organlatlon was
effected. The meeting was held in the
Provo Commercial club. W. 11. Ray was
elected president. Alma Van Wageucn,
secretary, and Joseph A. Duttlc, treas
urer. Talks were made by W, II. Ray,
Charles II. Ward. Mavor C. F- Decker.
W. II. Ellison. U. L". Ulskey and J. S.
Appel. Mr. Ward, who attended tho con
vention In Denver In December, ex
plained that the object of tin uiganlza
llon wan to secure tho adoption of the i
Midland trail for the. transcontinental ,
hlghwav. At tho Denver convention Mr. ;
Ward was elected commissioner in
charge of the route organizations from
Colton to Salt Lake. Me said he had I
visited the cities In the southern part
of tho county and wna assured of a
membership of 500 or more from Spanish
Fork alone. All present were appointed
a membership committee, and the meet
ing adjourned to meet Friday nlcht In
Iho Commercial club.
FRENCH IS CHOSEN
Special to The Tribune.
B0TS.E, Tdabo, .Tan. 4. Tho speaker
ship contest of tho Twelfth Idaho leg
islature was conclusively and definitely
settled today and C. 8. Prench, repre
sentative from Canyon county, will
wield tho Ravel. Thirty-one votes aro
required in the house to secure a major
ity' and a signed pledge containing the
names of many moro than that number
is in iho possession of Mr. French as
the result of two Mr and importaut cau
cuses held last uigut, the first in tho
Manilou hotel and the second at the
Idauha. Tho details iu conucctiou with
tho perfeetiou of tho "organization of
tho house were closed this afternoon at
a caucus held by the French supporters.
Tbo binding agreement of a majority
of tho members of the houso of repre
sentatives to support Representative
French for speaker exploded tho boom
of A. IT. Connor, who was never seri
ousry considered a strong candidate iu
the race, and who, while claiming- sup
port from all parts of tbo star.e, partic
ularly tho north, was found to havo but
a scattering following, eliminated .Tohu
S. Parks of Blaine count3 also a speak
ership aspirant, aud killed the hopes of
other possible ''dark horses." who, un
der tho belief there might be a tie-up iu
the legislature, thought thry could outer
as a wedge aDd land the gavel.
Seuator .Tohu Hajt of Fremont coun
ty. IJepublican national committeeman,
will bo president pro tern, of the senate.
Fires in Bingham.
Special to The Tribune.
BINGHAM, Jan. .This was one of
the coldest nights In Bingham's his
tory. Tho low temperature caused high
tension wires" In the Rtreets to break. As
they fell upon service wires they set fire
to several dwellings in the lower part of
tho camp. Xone of tho blazes was seri
ou. The camp was in darkness about
half an hour.
TWO BURGLARS FLEE,
SPED BY BULLETS
Betrayed while at work by the unex
pected switching on of tho lights, two
burglars beat a hasty retreat from the
home of Peter Bullor, 270 North Second
West street, at ll:-15 o'clock last night.
The cracking of a revolver In the hands
of William Colbrie. son-in-law of Mr.
Buller, furnished a stimulus to flight.
Thomas Smith, 27 years of age, and F.
C. Hannon, 37, were arrested within fif
teen minutes afterward by Patrolmen
Woodward. Hendrlckacn, Crosbv and
Wllley. The police say that Harinon is
an ex-convict of the Utah State prison
and Smith likewise of Colorado.
Before tho police arrived upon the
scene. Smith had been caught and was
held by a citizen, Bert' Price, who was
on his way to his home, between First
and Second West on Second North. Ho
met Smith at the corner of Second Weal
and Second North shortly after hearlns
the revolver shots and thought it. best
to seouro him. Hannon was caught, by
the policemen a few minutes, later. Upon
him was found a gold watch belonging
to Mr. Buller, and valued at fioo.
J. P. Qulgley. formerly car accountant
for the -Western Pacific at San Fran
cesco, has been made superintendent of
transportation for tho company Ihore
and tho office of car accountant, has
been abolished, according to an an
nouncement received at the local office of
the company yesterday.
Preparations are being made by the
Manufacturers association and tho "Com
mercial club of Salt Lako for tho enter
tainment, of twenty-five Montuna citi
zens, who are en route to San Diego.
The distinguished party is expected to
arrive In Salt Lake ot 10:30 o'clock Wed
nesday forenoon. Thf. visitors arc dele
gated to select the site for the Mon
tana building at the Panama-California
exposition and will remain in California
the reel of the winter. They will leave
hero at midnight Wednesday.
The Street Railway Mutual Aid so
ciety of this city will hold Its annual
election of officers in the basement of
the general office building at 132 South
West Temple street, Tuesday. January
7. Tho polls wljl be opened at 10 o'clock
In the forenoon and will b closed at 7
o'clock in tha evening.
Judgment Against Walsh Estate.
LITTLETON. Colo., .Tan. 4. Judgment
of 37S.23S.25 on tax claims against the
estate of the lato Thomas F. Walsh, mil
lionaire mining man. was rendered today
by County Judge Gcorgo Dunn. The
amount covers taxeK on personal prop
erty for the yoars 1007. 1003 and 1009.
which the county of Arapahoe as plain
tiff contended had rot been doclarod bv
Found Guilty of Collecting
Fees . and Rentals Not
Legally Due Them.
Special to The Tribune.
IDAHO FALLS. Ida., Jan. 1. Aftor the
division of Bingham county and tho or
ganisation of Bonneville county, W. D.
IliifCak'-r. chairman of the county com
missioners of the new county, took It
upon himself to oversco the transcribing
of the record and, as a. member of the
j hoard of commissioners, allowed himself
j foes to the amount of several hundred
dollars. Ho olao charged the county
j for the rent of a barn. John ISmpoy.
I another member of the board, charged
for the use of his own team and failed
lo make reports of road work as pro
vided by law.
B. A. Robinson tiled suit against. Huf
faker, and B. C. Crowley against L3m
pey. Tho case came before District
Judge CJuInn and ho said they were
technically guilty, but that tho counts'
bad lost nothlnc, and he discharged
them. An appcaj wns taken to the su
preme court, and JurJgo Gulnn was re
versed, tho supremo court finding them
both guilty and ousted from office,
but as their terms expire on January
6. this docs not mako much change.
Thoy will each havo to pay 5500 to the
complainanLs besides tho costs and their
attorneys' fees, which will amount alto
gether to nearly 52000.
J DAIRYMEN ADJOURN.
Officers Elected and Resolutions Passed
v at Caldwell, Idaho. ,
Special to The Tribune.
BOISE, Ida., Jan. i.Thc Idaho State
Dairj-mun's association closed Its annual
session today at Caldwell with the elec
tion of officers and the adoption of a
number of resolutions.
The oftcurs elected aro as follows:
resident, IT. J. Youngs. Twin Falls: vice
president, D, K. Hubbard. Kuna: secre
tary. 15. V. Ellington. Moscow; treasur
er. A. P. Crutcliftcld. Payclle. The ex
ecutive committee is composed of Mon
roe Dllle, Caldwell; C N. DUletush, llag
ermun, and Jacob Musscr. Filer.
The resolutions adopted by Iho asso
ciation declare for tho enactment of laws
by the pending Idaho legislature that will
bo beneficial to dairymen of this state.
Dean Carlylc of the University of Idaho
was one of the principal speakers before
the dairymen, discussing tho subjoct,
"The Four Primary Things to Make Suc
cessful , Dairying." lie declared tho first
thing necessary to mako the Industry
profitable Is Iho man, the second the
right kind of a cow, the third a good
market, and the fourth tho right kind
of a farm for dairying.
The meeting was ono of the most suc
cessful in tho history of the association.
STATE ACADEMY'S NEEDS.
Trustees of Institution at Pocatcllo
Point Out Its Requirements.
Special to The Tribune.
POCATJ3LLO. Ida.. Jan. 4. The trus
tees of the State academy, located here,
have just made their annual report to
tho governor. Aftor stating tho tech
nical nature of the school and the ex
penses for the last blcnnlum, tho roport
goes Into detail as to the needs of the
school. For maintenance .and for the
addition of an auditorium, gymnasium
and muclc building combined, and other
smaller buildings, tho sum of approxi
mately $200,000 la asked for by the trus
tees for the next two years. Tho legisla
ture will, no doubt, be asked to change
tho name of the school to "Idaho Tech
nical Institute." a name which Is more
in keeping with the nature of the school.
On account of the growth of the school
new teachers arc needed, several more
clasB rooms are an immediate necessity,
and at loa-sl three laboratories moro are
needed for the agriculture and bclcnce
departments. The crowded condition of
tho men's dormitory necessitates an
addition to that building.
- BOTH IN HOSPITAL.
Idaho Falls Man Tries to Kill Wife and
Special to The Tribune.
IDAHO FALLS. Tda., Jan. 4. A negro
named William Roberts had a quarrel
with his wife this morning and after
getting filled up with whisky wont to
tho house this afternoon and made an
attempt to kill her by cutllng her throat
and shooting her. Ho then mado an in
effectual attempt to commit suicide. He
made several gushes in his throat, but
having a smull knife and losing his nerve
did very little harm- They were both
taken to the hospital, and tho woman is
said to be In a serious condition. They
have lived hero several years. Tho col
ored population here has very little use
j Morau to Robulld Shops.
Special to The Tribune.
POCATELLO, Ida., Jan. 4. Work of
rebuilding the Oregon Short Line car
shops, which were burned last fall by
the carelessness of a Japanese employee,
ic well under way. Patrick Moran of
Salt Lake City, who is bulldlnc tho
;100.000 freight building, has been award
ed the contract. F. J. Householder, Mo
ran"s cnglneer-ln-chl;f. mmo from Utah
yesterday to oversee tho beginning of
I the work.
i Much of tho brick left in the walls that
(are standing will bo used In the rebuild
: lug of the car shops. According to Engl
; necr Honteholder. the shops will be much
l larger than they were before.
Special to Tho Tribune,.
POCATELLO, Ida.. Jan. 4. Miss Vir
ginia Pratt, ono of tho popular school
teachers of Bannock county, ivas mar
ried veatcrday to W. James Chester, a
prosperous farmer of this county. David
Marchant and 3Ilss Iva Fishnr, both of
Burle-". were married here January ?.
Edward Sclfert and Lorctta Blair of
Pueblo. Colo., were married hero yester
' day. William Prcscott and MUs Eva
I Hansen, both of Cicveia.ud, were married
1 here yesterday afternoon.
special to The- Tribune.
I PKOVO. Jan. 1. Funeral services for
Joseph MeEwan, who died at 'his home
)on Provo bench yesterday morning, will
, be held at noon Monday In the stake tab
ernacle In Provo.
i Park Oro Shipments.
Special to The Tribune.
PAP.K CITY, Jan. 4. Following arc
tho ore shipments, In poundr, from this
dlMrlct this week:
Stiver King S37.5S0
Daly West 435,500
Ontario S. 'M. Co 127,000
Ontario lease 05,000
I A dry, hacking couli is hard on the
1ud5, often causing them to bleed.
Ballard's Horehound Syrup is a heal
ing balm that quickly repairs damago
in tbo lung and air passages. Price
25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by
?chramm-Johnron, Drugs, five (5) zoo
Will Gajher at American
Fork; Elaborate Reception
Special to The Tribune.
AMERICAN FORK. Jan. 4. The sev
enth annual convontlon of tho Sla'.c
Municipal League of Ulah will bo held
hrre January 10 and 11. and the com
mittees aro prepared for the 1100 city of
ficers of the various municipalities of the
state who aro expected to be present.
Arrangements havo boon made for ample
accommodations at tho hotels and room
ing houses. The programme for the Iwo
days convention follows:
Friday, January 10. 10 a. m. at Citv
luUi Invocation, the Rev. Wtldman Mur
phy; address of wolcomo. trr 'Mayor J.
Frank Noyes. American Fork; response,
Mayor C- V. Decker. Provo.
Friday, 2 a. m. "Necessary Legislation
on Liquor." by A. A. Law, Logan: "To
bacco Habit and How Best to Control
same," by W. H. Boyle. Provo.
Friday evening Ball in Iho Apollo hall.
Saturday. Januarv 11, 10 a. m.. "Mtv
hall "Uniform Ordinances." A. J. Evans.
Lohl: "Good Roads," Gov. William Spry.
Saturday, 'i p. m. Resolutions from tho
State Municipal loaguo to tho atato legis
lature dlacu.sGCd nnd committees appoint
ed to present same to legislature. Elec
tion of officers and selecting place of
Saturday rvenlng, In the Apollo hall,
a banquet will be given the guesls. The
railroads havo mado a special rate of
one faro and a fifth for the round trip
from all points In Utah to American
Fork. Tickets on ?alc January fl. 10 and
11. with return limit of January 1",
BANKS AND BANKING
MERCHANTS BANk! '
H. P. Clark. PrcBldenU
John Pingree. Vlco PrealdcnL
A. IT. Pcabody. Cashier.
M'CORNICTC & CO.,
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
Office 70 W. Second South, phone.
-t Ico 70 E ppcond South. Wasatch 1481.
Office S3 E. Third South. Was. 3710.
Works 75S E. Fourth South. Hyland 2562
and Hyland 552.
Laundry brought to offices saves 2J
No extra charge for on-day specials.
repaired, Geneva C. Hlcko Co.. 68 So.
6th E. Was. S707. h093
FTJRS REMODELED. REPAIRED: T3X
pert furriers: prices reasonable. Hud
son Bay Fur Co.. 122 Main. Phono "Wn
AMERICAN GriMENT CJTERS"
Bchool. UO E. Broadway. Hyland 1957.
Cutler's School of Dresiim-'Wng. 1225S
prices right; 534 So. Main, front aulto,
sage. New Tork method. Rheumatism
cured. 20 Galena block, 2nd South and
State ats. ml!03
VAPOR BATHS AND ELECTRIC
treatments. GS East -1th South. n255
trade mark or copyright, aeo J. M.
Thomas, 308 Utah Savings & Trust bldg.
SCOTT & CO.. ALL COUNTRIES;
terms reasonable. 226-7 Judge bldg.
HAY, GRAIN AND FLOUR.
PHONE. PHONE. PHONE WASp39G4
for coal by sack or ton, cheapest place
to buy hay and grain. Cash Commission
Co., 127 W. 1st So. (Union drlvers.
SAFES AND VAULTS
vaults always on hand. A few second
hand safes for sale. Write for circular.
Shealy Safo A Vault Co.. 41 P. O. place.
confinement, seclusion, legal adoption.
Mrs. F. Phillips. 11th E.. bet. 12th and
13tb So. Sugar Sta. Hylund 1231-M.
praetors. Incurables and fcinalo trou
bles our sprclally. Consultation free.
Suite 40.", 235 Main st. nlS
77 East Third South. China suitable
for gifts and prizes. Class and privato
TAILOR MADE CORSETS
SPIRELLA-CORSET. 1 -TEAR. GATtAN
too. Mm. Mann. 7tJ W. -lta. No. Was.
cold at Rivers Bros.. 23 Went i'rd So.
1545-W. Upholstering, chairs rccuned.
SIGNS AND SCENERY
brasu. chipped class and painted. Phono
Waaatch 1503. x2S
aXsokSv fTttTng ANrr"TorK
work n specialty. S. L. Lock Works.
Was 4054. hlOJO
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET.
The socond annual meeting of tho
stockholders of the Utah Fish Screen
t Power Co. will bo held Jan. 7th, '& p.
m.. at the general office of tho company,
room 217 Mclntyro Bid;.. Salt Lulcc City.
Ulah. noJO I
ifSXlV ocaal-na held tt? S'tffl
temple, cornr Uocoiid 1
South, tho v-.i,1r , t ll
M. Murrtott. IIL Tot '
1 S CIIAPTB
JrX. ordlal welcome?
vMAtD C' 8t '
35r Stated meetings'. V
cfOv Monday or each" nfl
4BSaW Muconlc temple. '
1! Second East and! ,iQl
W ' South. VlKiUnpto l
eordhillv Invited, i Ji
MINNIE M. GANE. W. M V
LOUISA STEWARD. Secretary.: Jjfl
k ELECTA CHAPTg n
Bk-j-T . Order Eactr5 WO
fSesm. Masonic temple, .
127 Second E.ut aud; W
W South Visiting m r ,
f cordially invited. ,i '
JENNIE M. MURFITT. W rr
LI DA F. WIRE. Secretary
Independent Order of Odd Foil PaC
JORDAN LODGE NO. 3. I. O. 0 Cid
Meets every Monday night atn t'
O. F. temple. Visitors invited. Ci in
eron. N, G.; A. L. Weaver. V.
NAOMI REBEKAH LODGE Jffl tfg
Meets cvory second and fourth I
day evenings of each month at OA iiS
Iowa tcmplo, Market st. ;
MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE it
first and third Saturday event)
each month at 1. O. O. F. temple.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LODGE Ni
Every Thursday ovon'ng. K. of i
Ifil 2nd East. Harold Holmes, C.3
N. Randolph. K. of R. and S. l '
LINCOLN LODGE NO. 28. K. 01 0
Meets every Saturday eventnr, A1
o'clock in K. of P. hall. 123 E. Srd-i
entrance Linden hotet. L. C. Eha
C. C; A. O. Garrett. IC of r. ci
ROYAL ARCANUM. SALT .V 5
council No. 1S17. Second nnd 7iC
Wednesdays. K. of P. hall. 123 mi vlr
Soulh street. Wnlter E. Jones, i if
E. L. Jones, secretary. jgj
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE OP
World Salt Lako City lodtro Nj
moots In tho M0030 clubrooms, 222;
Woat Templo street, Thursday i 51
8:15 o'clock. t
GEO. A. WHITAKER. DJctl
S. R. WELSH, Secretary. 5 C
GREAT SALT LAKE CAMP NQ-7 -"7
M. W. A. Meets evory Monday,
at 8 o'clock in tho Odd Follows t 2
P. O. placo. visiting members coi
FORESTERS OIT AMERICA ;B
first and third Tuesdays each i: nfc
at Eagles hall. II. A. Welling.;: pd
EXCELSIOR CAMP NO. 10SD2, MO i-
Woodmcn, meets Tucsdav oven! 117
M. W. A. hall. 1C1 Main st. V Tr
neighbors welcome. C. D. Smith, J
Jim II. Rothwell, cleric
UTAH CAMP NO 3::s. W. o f
Wednesday ovcnlnc, F. O. E. hal
S. W. Temple. Visiting neighbor!
come. Jesslo H. Collins. Consul;
Hall. Clerk. ? ?i
CIsMON& nTcIOLs ASSaJ
and chcmlats. 220 South West Tm a
SETTLES. MATHEZ & CO., J
Bardwell, successor, 15S Souths H"
Temple. Phono Was. 4696. j t
R. H OFFICER & CO.. ASSAYER
South West Tcmplo St.. Salt Laki -
BIRD-COWAN CO.. ASSAYERS
South West Temple- Phone Wi
UNION ASSAY OFFICE. 1S2 SI
Wf3t Tmn1(. V 1 W- H4R J Jj
BANK, BAR AND OFFK il
FIXTURES I -
bnkTfttce! bar antTS n,
fixtures: special designs submltt 9'
application; household rcfrlgoi
carom and pockot billiard tables, hi
alleys and supplies. Brunswlck-l iv
Collcnder Co.. 150 to 1G0 South 4ih)
Phono Wasatch 453. t
W. L. WETHERBEE CO.. DESIGl i
and manufacturers of bar, bank.)
and store fixtures; also agents fa w
Hard, pool tables and supplies. ?. 11
nnd factory. 158-GO West let So.
FRUIF ANDCOAUj S
ZION'S FRUIT & COAL CO.
Fruits. Vegetables aud All Kin U
Fancy Grocerlos: Hay, Grain. Coa
WASATCH 5142. 330 S. W. TEN IT
STOVEJ CsrTtNGSl PATTERNS i gi
12,000 different stoves; general r y-
dry work. Western Foundry ?l 5
Repair Works. Wasatch 4474. i ,
CHIMNEY CLEANING $
nace cleaning. Leavo orders at E $.
fc Franken's Waaatch 100. ft
L. SU WOO, 116 SOUTH MAIN, J
1, 2nd floor. Cures diseases witJ
celebrated Imported Chinese rami -
Consultation free. v 'l
from greenhouse. Porter-Walton
274 State. JJ
rselXTt1Tetailo 76 sd. . ST
Suits and overcoats from lo f t(
ted. Harmony Millinery. BoB a. J -!r
W. StflS L
SKATlrlSHAlNlSD. 15 Ci
Meredith Motor & Bicycle Co.. r
4th South. 1 I
LADIES' AND GENTS' TAI
building oppceltfl Z. C M. L You ,
material made up.
JAPANESE GOODaj J
tTaTEALER AND gfl U
tor of Japaneso dry goodo. chin
323 South Main- J 5n
COAL AND KINDLING g
and l.-lndllnc. 15 EaJt -1th South.
KEY FITTING g
cycle Supply Co. Phona I5ed