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H THE SAIT I AKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 16, 1913. If
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WILL DUE BODY
Propose Incorporation of a
State Organization, Repre
sentative of Industry.
AWARDS ARE MADE
Judges 'Yesterday Complete j
the Scoring of Varieties
in Poultry Division.
A move toward lite Formation and in
corporation of :i stt.; poultry orguni
r.alion that will be thoroughly repre
sentative of tiie industry in every uooh
and corner ol' I'luh with formally
launched by the members of the Vtab
Poultry a.-sociation t a meeting at tlic
Commercial club I:t night. The asso
ciation alro launched a move to so-
euro from the present legislature a small
appropriation to promo! y the general
industry iu l-'t::!i.
A I (he present time the .I'tah I 'on I
tn asocial ion is a state body in naaie
only, iU membership and ropreionta
lion being; limited more or less to con
ecru? in Mali Lake City and ounly.
The meeting last niht was attended
Hl by fifty-font- poJltrymcn from difler-
Hj cut tcetions of the state., who unam-
moiisly supported I he inovo for a new
blate organization,, wbieli is tu le '""
eorporntcd. its capital to be devoid
lu the promotion of the industry iu
goueral and the holding of annual e.
hibitiona and shows on a more efficient
-jNeed Better Facilities.
(forge I". Mriclticy prcsideM, with
Hl IfarloUv II. (.'row as secretary. Judge
t I II. Snellabarger ot! West Liberty.
Iowa, who' te acting as judge during
HI the present poultry' show, was ouo or
the ipcnkers. He declared that the
specimens of birds be had -ecu here
eouid no! be excelled anywhere, but
urged better facilities and means of
uhowinc uud exploiting them. This, he
declared. could be done to great ad-'
vantage through audi an organization
ad that proposed.
Plans for the future organization will
be outlined bv a committee consisting
luu executive committees' of the Salt
Hfeke and the Ogden Poultry associa
B;. These men will meet i'or such a
JHotc in February, immediately f'ol
HJHug the election oOieera of the
HH Lake organisation. When
Hp have been
H8V meeting men
TlUc state will be called and the new
"HHHHHIIIIII organization will be incorporated.
The matter of .scouring an upprtipria
"HHH tion from the legislature will be in
"HH the hands of two committees, which
will co-uperato. One of these will eon
sist of the presidents and secretaries
oV all poultry organisations in the state,
and will have about fourteen members.
The other committee in composed ol
.ui't-'bt members, as follows: W. II.
JJramwell. Ogden; W. W. Browning Ojr
"H dcu; A. N. Pisbburii. Tremonton; .P.
, Home, .Salt Lake: 15. R Smith,
iJo.rutifiil; II. W. Smith. Salt Lake:
flarrv Unpin. Holliday, and George F.
str;eltley, alt Lake.
Large Attendance Yesterday.
Fullv 1 000 persons visited the twen-
t -fifth annual exhibition of the Utah
btato J'oultiy asoeiation. at l-.l South
"HH utn street, yesterday. The third day
"HH of the show marked the comfiletion
"HH of Ihc scoring of tho different varieifs
of birds entered iu the poultry division.
While the birds were all scored ves
"HH rcrda). the special awards and a "u-w
"HH 'jf the pen awards will not bo ai-
"jjjH nounced until this afternoon.
"HH R. V. "Moore of Los Angeles, .judjrei
"HH of the second unnua igcon x-bow. uu-'
der the auspices of the Utah Piccou
"HB. dub, which is being held iu eon.iuue-
"HH tion with the poultry show, completed
his work yesterday.' After 'completing
his vovl; he declared tho Utah birds
"HH to be of a high standard. Air. Moore
has .indeed birds in all parts of the
United Stntes. and declares thai the
" Utah birds with, but one or two ex-
ccptions are the eipial of those raised
"HH in other parts of the country,
The awardH mado by Jndfie'P. U.
Shellabnrger, of the' po'ultry, show, and
"H Judge Moore of the pigeon show. vol
H tcrday. follow:
Verona A neonas Harlow R. Grow.
"H first, second, fourth and tilth eoclcerol.
first cock, llrat. bccoml. third, foui'th and
fifth hen Jinci tlrut, fourth and fifth pul
"H let and flret pen; II. Grow, third
"H cockerel and becond and third pullet.
SIh-er Spangled Hamburgh A. T.
Saunders, first, aecond and third hen.
first second and third pullet and Hrst and
Silver Ca.mplncs GcorKe B. Thomson,
flret and third pullet; John J. Newton,
bandy, first cockerel and second, fourth
and fifth pullet.
Golden Camplnes George B. Thomson,
first cochcrcl and tlrst and second pul-1
M'hlte Face Blxuik Spanish A. Jlal
ton, first. second; third und fourth pulr'
let and third cockerel.
Cornish Indian Game Hill Crot
Chicken farm, Murray, ilrnt and Hecoid
cockerel and flrst, second, third ahd
fourth pullet. j
Black Java Joseph J. Fcnton, first
cock and first, second, third and fourth
Black Lanshnnfr A. B. Ncllson. first
Hj und third hen, llrat cockerel, scconl cock
and first, second, third and fifth pullet;
X Paulson, second, fourth and fifth hen,
first cock, third cockerel and fourth pul
let: Hill Crest Chicken farm, icond
Brown Leghorna S, O. Day. flit, scc
ond, third, fourth and fifth pullet and
White Lcshorns E. E. Smith. Bounti
ful. first and second cock, first and hgc
ond cockerel, first and fifth pullet and
tlrst and fourth hen; Holliday Poultry
farm, third pullet, fourth and fifth cock- I
j cre.l and fourth and fifth cock: V. J.
Chamberlain, second pullet and third
cuekercl; Lc Roy Turpln. fourth pullet,
iir.cond and third hen and third cock.
Black Minoreas Hill Crest Chicken
farm, firnt cock, first cockerel and first,
second, third and fourth pullet,
M Buff Orpington J. II. Von Elm. firt
pj qock, firat cockerel, second, third, fourth
J and fifth hen and first pullet; X , W.
j Flfchbum. Trcmonton. second and third
j cock, second cockerel, first hen, second,
third, fourth and fifth pullet.
H. Itiodo Inland Reds Pent--, K'. C. Brad-
'oiti. tirst: W- O. IlamshaW. second: F. B.
A Hurhui, tldrd: Smith &. Thomas, fourth;
GcorgV A. IVf-H-r. fifth: cod:. J. IT,
B, '"on Ivim. s'fcM.'W r, ijiadfonl. third;
F. nIlu: ourtlv cockerels. F. R.
rloilf '-iSBfcW L' Hramwcll, fourth
fc-Ml, third alTd fifth
Born Aug. 11, 1S11 Ulcd Jan. 1013.
mis. jie i. yoie
Utah Pioneer, the Mother ' or"
Weil-Known Sail Lakers,
Passes Away in J'acoma.
Lajint: down the hurden of ninety-nine
years without an hour of Illness, Mrs.
flane A. Vuiing dlcii yesterday mornlny
'at her homo In Taconin. Wash. Mrs.
Young was tho widow of the late Presi
dent Joseph Young, a brother of Brig
hum Young. From IS.'O until four years
ago she resided In Salt Lake, City. Her
body wlirbe bronchi hnrc for Interment,
thnt it may rest by the side of her late
Word of Mrs. Youngs sudden death
was received here yesterday afternoon
bv Attorney Le Grand Yount:. 15r. Sey
mour B. Young and Isaac Young, those
of her surviving children who aro resi
dents of Salt Lake.
In her home at the time of dissolution
were hor daughters, Vllate Young. Chlqe
Young-Benedict. Fanny and 'Henrietta
Y rumg all of whom have devoted un
stinted' loving service to their mother
during her declining years, although she
appeared . onlv as three score and ton.
still active In body uud mind up to a few
hours before sho passed away.
Mrp. Young wan born in western ow
York August U, 18U, and married Jo
seph Young at her home in New lork
when she was 20 years of age. In 1850
she came with her husband and family to
Salt Lake Cltv, where she lived until she
took up her residence In Tacoma, One
son. B. Bleknell Young, resides in Lon
Joseph Young, brother of the Mormon
leader, Brigham Young, died about thirty
The annual meeting of the Utah Press
association will take place at the Hotel
Ftah Mondav afternoon at. 2 o'clock. Of
ficers for the ensuing year will be elect
ed and other business transacted.
One of the principal questions will he
t hat of arranging to accept an Invita
tion to visit the Panama-California ex
position at San Diego, Cal., both prior
to the celebration and at. the time it is
held. The matter of introducing news
paper legislation for enactment at the
present legislature also will he consid
ered A number of Important addresses
bv prominent men will he delivered.
A ImiKjuci will be the main event of
the evening and those in attendance
will oecupv scats at tho Orphoum at
night as the gueats of the theater management.
Thc postofficc department yesterday is
sued an order establishing substation Xo.
2a. of the Salt Lake postofficc at the
AUfrbaeh xtore. 273 State street, accord -lnglo
advices received In Salt Lake. The
(Station was established at the request of
Postmaster A. L. Thomas, who submitted
his recommendations to the department
several weeks ago.
cockerel and third pullet; J. II. Von Elm,
first cockerel, fifth pullet and third pen.
Sanduroonr J. II. Armstrong, first
eoeh. first hen and first youngster.
Short Face Tumblers C. J. Dlelvs, first,
socjnd and third cock and first, second
and third hen.
Bald Head Tumblers--C. J. DIclz, first
an second cock, and second and third
hep; Scth Towncy, firat. hen, third cock,
atid tirst and second youngster; Fred
Tlmbey, third youngster.
Parlor Rollers C. J. Dlctz, first and
second cock and first and second hen,
Black Muff Tumblers L. Skidmoro,
Lfiist and second cock, and first and scc
Blank I lens W. I. Delxjng, Loa Angc
; les. first cook and first hen.
G. GIrdwood cup for best KilCJ young
Ja'-obln, won by 11. Day. Seattle.
J. It. Smith and Sons cup for best
young English Pouter. O. Idndberg.
Royal Liquor company cup for boat
Pismy. Pouter, - Scth Wllliuma.
J. E. Spraguo cup for best 1012 young
Runt. C. U. Ivinn, Hey wood, Cal.
Ball Cigar company cup for best 1012
young Ruaslun Trumpeter, A. E. JBun
dcll. George Wright cup for best 1312 young
Tumbler, Scth- Towncy.
Ogdeu Packing company cup for best
display Dragoons, R. T. Snowball.
Bailey & Sons cup for best 1912 young
Fan la II, N. J. Thomas.
Oak enfe cup for best display of Car
neaux, J. H. Armstrong.
Vienna cafe cup for best dlsplav, r T.
Porter-Walton eup for best.Multese
hen. pigeon. C. R. King. Heywood, Cal.
ogeler Seed & Produce company cup
for best Tumbler, C J. Dlctr
A. Silvester cup for best Fantail. G.
lUncock Bros, cup for beat 1012 White
Dragoon. S. Llvingaton.
Western Furniture company oun for
largest pigeon In allow, C. R, King.
Hinder Milling k Elevator company cup
for bent Dragoon, R. T. Snowball.
Morris & CQjniany cup for beat red
L. W. Pc(Mfc5t show Homer
G JtjHMk Jacobin.
o ft HSShB '
"BLIND PIG" RAID
Sheriff and Deputies Scour
"Dry" Murray, Find Sonic
Beer, More "Beerette."
Armed with six search and seizure
warrants, the ilrsl ever issued by Hie
district court. JShorilf Andrew .Smith,
Jr.. and ten deputies swooped down
upon the dry territory of Murray in a
raid upon alleged "blind pigs" yes
terday afternoon. Two cases of beer,
one. bottle of whiskey and a collection
of demi.iohns and beer bottles were con
The alleged places of illegal liquor
tratlic weru found, to bo. located in re
freshment; stands wliei'o soft drinks are
advertised. The raid was something of
a disappointment, as the raiders had
hoped for a big haul.
"I think they must have been tipped
I off that wo were coming," said Sheriff.
Smith last uight, "for wc were on the
ground within half an hour after we
had the warrant, and found snuio evi
dence of haslv preparations for our
Kvorv place was found provided with
either beeretto. or "reform beer." the
latter highly recommended for invalids,
according to the labels. Two eases of
veal beer were taken I'voni the old
Midw.'n bar. opposite tho city hall,
where a soft drink stand is conducted
by Bruce .Freeze and Kdward Bergen.
Vudrew A damson's place of business
violded'fbc demijohn?. A thirst talcing
parlor, kept 1 3 .'Inscpli Vincent where
the old Yincont, bar used to bo, corner
of Vine and State streets, was found
to be harboring nine do7.cn boor bottles.
A bottle of whisker and some beer bot
tles were taken from the place of busi
Jncss of Sorcn "Kankclliorg. Con Oal
Jigcr's stand was found dovoid of auy
The raid wa? the result of an investi
gation thnt the counfv attorney has
been coiif7ncting for about; ten days.
Numerous complaints were received
from residents of Murray against the
alleged liquor traffic.
SITS jSJ COURT
Unsavory revelations concerning the
uighi life in many of the downtown
rooming houses were made before tho
city commission yesterday morning, sit
ting as a board of Inquiry to hear appli
cations for renewal of licenses to cer
tain rooming house keepers. '
Hugh Glenn, a city detective assigned
by the .chief of police to Inspect rooming
houses, was tho star witness. Ho told
at length of -what he and other members
of the pdllce force had found at certain
rooming houses, reciting" numerous In
stances of men and women of question
able character carousing together In the
small hours of the morning.
The hearing lasted until after noon,
when the commissioners adjourned to
tako up the matter as a special order of
business next Tuesday. Mrs. 15. VI.
Shcpard, who made sensational m charges
relative to local rooming house condi
tions in the course of her lecture at a
local church laat Sunday, was present
on the invitation of the commission. She
said that she could furnish no evidence
against the rooming houses on trial, but
sho promised to lay ample evidence be
fore the commission against other houses
that have applied for renewal of licenses,
Though half a dozen proprietors were
ordered to appear and show cause why
their applications should not bu denied,
tho commission was able to hear only
the cases of the Palace rooming house,
operated by C. C. Rasmussen, and the
Clin house, or which Delia Schaaf Is
proprietress. The police department is
prepared to aubmlt a. mass of evidence
to back up the recommendations of the
chief of police that tho applications bo
SALT LAKE LEADS
Phenomenal Increase iu Building
Operations; 5828 Per Cent;
in This City.
CHICAGO. Jan. 15. Tho mild weather
which prevailed In December s accounta
ble for the phenomenal Increase In build
ing operations in that month, particularly
In western cities, according to the Con
struction Newts. There were gains In
forty-nine cities and lossca in thirty. Tho
percentage of gain lu seventy-ninc cities
is lu per cent.
Following arc the gains in leading
Oily. Cost Per Cent
Salt Lako City 52,110,000 582S
Sail Diego, Cal .171,000 123
Seattle 06S.000 VJS
Oakland CfiS.000 23
Tacoma - 211,000 1U8
Berkeley H4.000 25
Stockton 121,000 II
Spokane 101,000 .".?
San Jose h',000 25
Pueblo 2u,000 26
FROST GOES DOWN,
IN SPITE OF HEAT
A third device for thawing out frozen
water pipes with electricity was assem
bled by the water department officials
yesterday afternoon. All three of the
machines are being used night and day
to relifive those citizens whose service
connections have not yet recovered from
the cold nnap of last week.
According to the records of the water
department, nearly 1000 connections huvc
been thawed out jslncc. the cold sn:u oc
curred, and almost that many still re
main to be treated. By means of tin;
electric apparatus the water crews have
been able to relieve from aeventy-ilve to
100 waterlesa homs a day. A peculiar
feature of the trouble Is that complaints
of frozen plpca continue to pour Into the
office, despite the unii3iiully high tem
peratures. The water ofllchils explain
this by tho fact that the frost. one In
the ground, continues to reach deeper
and deeper, catching pipes th.at were not
affected at first.
SHORT WEIGHT BUTTER
SUBJECT OF COMPLAINT
In line with a determined effort to
stamp our the sale of short-weight but
ter in Utah, rfcvcr.il complalnUt against
Tluh dcu lent will h filed with the coun
f attornoy this week by Willunl llan
Cf'., statu dairy and food cotnmlKsJoner.
Mr. Ilanacii declares that several
s lori-wclglit packages bavp been found
in thf lo-ijl mnrkttp in the past -Awk
an I tl t ji'lloii n il! lu- tdkon against
Vf irjuufai lurcrH In home InatuncH
, t- patkagp-H 'inve weighed an oumc
Icas than the murked weight.
MAN SHOOTS SELF;
Frank F. Young- Fires Bullet
Into Shoulder After Wife
IfecaiiHc his bride of seven months had
lert hltn, will) the declared Intention of
securing a divorce on grounds of nonsnip
poil and would nyl see him or talkjlo
him uVfi- the telephone. Frank F. Young,
:;i years of age. sum of the late Apontle
Urlgbani Young. Jr., shot himself inUhe
left shoulder while standing on thi corner
of ICIghlh ave'niie and C street yesterday
morning nt 11 o'clock, lie was removed
to the Orovcs 1.. D. S. hospital acrosaflhc
street, and was found to be only slightly
"No. there will bo no reconclllatlonjoc
causo of what Ir. Young has done," said
Mrs. Young, formerly .Miss Irene I'rlriglc,
when interviewed at the home ofjlier,
mother, 113 C street, lasl night. "Mirny
husband planned to work upon my syropa
lliv he made the mistake of not realizing
how entirely my forcbearance has Jecn
exhausted. When 1 married him siveu
months ago 1 had hopes of helping jhlm
t overcome his appetite for drink, Usl I
was overconfident. It was a failure, inch
a complete and painful one that 1 Jhall
not make a further attempt. The pro
ceedings for my divorce will go right on."
Young Is alleged to have, threatenet his
wife- with violence since she left jholr
rooms at the Luxor hotel four weokMago
and went to her mother's home to live.
Ho called for his wlfo bv lcluphonj re
peatedly yesterday morning. She rehsed
to talk to him. and then he called a) the
Prlnglc home, but was refused onirinec.
Walking down the streoi to Eighth hve
iiue, Young shot himself with a o2-edlbi-.r
revolver, railing upon the pavementJ Ho
was rushed to ihe hospital by nelglirs
and hospital attendants. An ?C-rayj picture-
taken of his shoulder last iJcht
showed'the bullet to be lodged undo the
cellar bone, !
A MAIL CARRIER
Tries to Secure Horse l.o bjcili-j
lute Escape From Washin :
ton County "Road Work
C. It. Worlhen, sheriff of Wash !g ton
county, yesterday brought Thoma La
Cross to this city and turned hln over
to the authorities at the state paltcn
tlary. LaCross was working wlthjother
convicts on the roads near St. uorgc,
and about two weeks ago made hlsjseape
from the camp. When about scveiimllcs
away from the camp he intercepted ( mall
carrier, whom ho pulled from his dorse,
evidently with the Intention of gcttlg tho
horse on which to proceed. The imi car
rier suspected such a motive, andjis he
was dragged from the horse he slrpk It.
causing It to run away. He was tlni as
saulted by liCross, but managed p es
cape and aided lu his capture.
SVhen captured LaCross was tabn to
SL George, where he pleaded guild "to a
felony and was sentenced to serviclght
years in the penitentiary. At the the ho
tried to escape ho was serving a Id-year
sentence for a felony, but by gol be
havior would have been released rithln
about two years. His actions durlg the
past two weeks have lengthened lv sen
tence bo that his term will not cxrie un
til J027. He was 3trlppcd of all tcdlts
and made a third termer at the palten
tlary by Warden Arthur Pratt. j
That plenty of entertainment 111 be
provided for tho delegates who 11 at
tend the annual meetings of th State
Horticultural society, the State dairy
men's association, the Utah DnFarm
ing association and the Utah IJvcIop
ment league, all to be held InOgdcn
next week. Is the declaration of. Kd
ward Taylor, secretary of th slate
horticultural commission. Mr. Taylor
has just returned from Ogden. where
he mado preliminary arrangemds for
The Ogden people aro cxpectinfkn at
tendance of l.'iOO at the convcntljs and
have made arrangements lo ire for
that number. The programme Ipn tho
bands of the Wr-ber club and thmtmost
secrecy surrounds the plans, ifvcver.
It is said that the delegates II not
want for entertainment during p stay
in tho Junction city. One of thojatures
of tho programme will be a sportg car
nival, the chief attraction of wth will
be a wrestling match bctwel Jack
Harbertson and G. C. .McLaughi.
Frank Botlerlll entertained adinncr
in the Hotel Utah yesterday ev ng for
the Tom Bolterlll Automobile upany,
which he represents. His guc: were
the winners in a Y. jM. C. A. :mber
shlp contest. They arc DonaJii Ya vne,
captain of the team. Edwin abodv,
Truman Ferry and John Hondon: R
M. ' Grady, salesman tor the a . mobile
company, and 11. L. Hoisiugl bovs'
secretary for the association.
The membership contest wariuiugu
ratcd some time ago. There re hIx
teams, which were backed by fferent
automobile tlrms of the city, andic goal
set waa thirteen members. range
mentB were made by which the in get
ting the reaulred number of n mem
bers tirst should be entcrtalnc bv Iho
company It represented. The iproval
of Mr Bollerlll's enlerlainivf. was
unanimous lasrt. night by tho embers
of the winning team.
BAR RAGTIME AT
In order to hiK'h the minor .at bay
gained circulation to the a that I
there will be. "ragging" at Junior
prom wMiich will be given by Junior
class of the university on Fo arv 1 i,
it was yesterday definitely toil bv
those in ehargo llinl no sueh ng wlil
be allowed. As a further i:aution,
there will be absolutely no rajne mu
sic. All tho dance music will German
operatic pieces. j
This will be the first time i!h.c his
tory of the prom at the unlvty that
popular music liar, not imcir yed. In
fad, It hits not been ncees in the
pant to take measure to pretl "rag
ging," as before this year it 3 prac
tically unknown at the .selu How
ever, Ihere seems to be a sn jui ris
ing nt the uni-vorslty in fa of the
better sort of music and for nt rea
son there was no wide object, to the
discarding of the syncoputcd odlcs,
FRUIT PRICES TA1
A SKYWARD END
The upward soar of local Ices on
lemons and oranges has tola eclipsed
all records and these fruits dolcss will
foon become Inxurlos only bin tho
reach of the inoro fortunaterho re
cent frosts In California durlnhe cold
upell have already affected tlntal mar
ket to a serious extent andh mer
chant!) anticipate still hlghorjlccs.
A few day.": ago oranges ire sold
wholesale a I $ a case. Todidiey eost
$ l.iVO. Lemons Avere recently d at
a case and now coat. $S. Thenereases
lu wholesale prices hae pro lonutcly
affctti-d tho rtall market. : promi
nent local dealer abseiled (at the
scarcity of oranges and lemon io would
necessarily affect the price 01 plea und
other fruits to a marked cxtc
FLOOD UPON HEELS
OF WATER Fill
Warm Wind and Bright Sun
Keep Water Department
Busy With 'Too Much.".
Ten day's ago Salt Lake was facing
water famine. Yesterday came the
A southwesterly wind. In league with
Old Sol, set In motion most of the Ice
and snow on the si reels and the street
department was mxed to Us inmost to
tako oarc of the surrace water.
Fifth Fast street, below Third Soulh
street; XInlh Fast street between Sec
ond and Third Fast at recta and other
streets in Hint neighborhood were turned
Into canals during the afternoon. The
cutters could not cany all the surplus
and the water backed up onto the side
walks. Interfering with pedestrian iraf
flc. Foreseeing the trouble early in the
day, the street department ofllchils or
dered out all their men and called for
all tho extra help that could be obtained.
Crews were kept busy all day keeping
the gutters free from ice floes and debris
brought down by the rushing waters.
The mountain streams began to rise
perceptibly toward noon, ami by night- 1
fall enough water was coming down City
creek and Parley's, creek to have sup
plied the city's distributing system with
out the aid of tin- emergency water now
behirr used from Wg Cottonwood. The
emergency supply was maintained, how
over, and will be maintained for some
time to come.
In the districts thai receive the drain
age from the bonches the excess of wa
ter yesterday caused much trouule and
Inconvenience, but no damage was reported.
HOWS ARE COOL
Picas of not guilty to the charge that
they murdered 'Thomas 13. White, a pub
lic chauffeur, last October 5, were en
tered by Caleb A. Tnlow and his wife.
Genevieve, beforo Judge jr. L. Ritchie
In the district court yesterday morning.
They were arraigned last Monday, but
took the statutory time In which to
Each of the prisoners made formal de
nial to the law In a cool, mattcr-of-faet
way. The. procedure was brief and with
out any but the usual incidents. The
lime for the trial of tho defendants was
A rcQucat for a court order allowing
htm to confer with his dlmits outside
the county jail was made by Attorney
A. B,-Irvine and was the occasion for a
legal tilt between the district attorney
and counsel for the defense. Mr.
Leatherwood objected to such a confer
ence, but be did not give his reasons.
AJIqv considerable explanation of his
reasons for making, the request, Mr.
Irvine secured the order.
The conference wa3 held in tho office
of the sheriff and was attended by the
Inlows, Mrs. Inlow's sister, Mrs. Davis,
and Attorneys Irvine and Sorcn X. Chrls
tensen. When It was over Mrs. Inlow
came out of the room laughing merrily
with her sister. Inlow smiled as usual,
as though he were amused over some
secret of his own.
Right-of-AVay Through Mt. Olivet
Cemetery Seems Hard lo
The effort on the part of the Emigra
tion Canyon Railroad company to ob
tain right of. way across a corner of
Mount Olivet cemetery may meet many
obstacles. A bill has been Introduced ,
In the United States senate asking per
m S3 on to build the road, and, that per
mission granted, the next llilng will be
to get permission from the directors of
the cemetery. In speaking of the ex
tension last night, M. B. Sowlcs. who
has been a director of the cemetery for
the last twenty-five years, said:
"We traded a few years ago for the
sixty acres or land, of which tho pro
posed road would cut off a corner, with
the understanding that it was for a
cemetery. Our contract with the gov
ernment Is to the effect that whenever
the land Is used for anything else be
sides a cemetery It will revert to the
federal government. The land cost us
riuitc an outlay of money and we do not
Intend to throw It away. We had to buy
the land now used at Fort Douglas for
target, purposes and then traded that for
the addition to the cemetery.
"The railroad company tried about a
year ago to get Ihe permission from us
to' build the track, but when the con
tract wc havo with the government was
read the matter was lakeu up with the
federal authorities. There hasn't been
1 a meeting of the directors lately mid J
would not like In piedht lb., possible
action or the hoard If permission is given
us by the government lo deed the railroad
company a right of way."
At the annual meeting of stockholders
of the Rocky Mountain Insurance Agencv
company, hold in the company's offices
hi the AUas building Tuesday, the fol
lowing directors wore elected for tho en
ni H. U. Sprncue. YY. B. Covey. "Wil
liam J. Donley. W. G. Hunter, John K,
Hardy. U. J. Milne. W. W. Trimmer
W. F. Druehl. F. II. Knickerbocker. .Salt
Lake: 1. A. Sinool. Joseph Bcrrv. I'rovo
F. W. Chambers, Frank Moore, Dr. G. A
'linoot replaced .V. P. Slathakos.
W. T. Covey replaced Oscar Carlson and
vv,. .1. Dooley rcplacud Jesse I. Burnett.
1. .A. Snioot vaB chosen as additional di
rector. Afterwards the directors elected the"
following officers: F. j. Milne. ' pi e.i
L lJr; 7'' I!- P'aguc. vice president;
W . G. Hunter, secretary, and W. "W
Of 17,000 shares Issued 10.000 were rep
resented at the meeting. The annual re
port of the secretary and treasurer of
the company was made by "W. G. Hun
ter. The report showed a substantial
gain in net earnings for the year.
TO CHANGE FRIDAY
The executive, reins of the Commercial
club will be handed over to the ncv?
board of governors Friday afternoon
when the Initial session of the new board
will be held and officers elected for the
ensuing year. The present board of gov
ernors held a final meeting yesterday af
ternoon to pluce its affairs In proper
shape for the. new board.
Outside of this preparation work, which
Included many Important details cover
ing routine matters. the only official
; step taken was to authorize the publl-
cation at once of the Cpmmerclal club
year book, which la to comprise a com- i
Plete history of the dub's activities and
ae ileveiuenu; during 1912, as well as de
tailed statements showing exactly the
financial stalux of the organization, with
a prospectus of future accoropllohineate.
Born ISt'l. loied Jan. 15, 101o.
CARL P. ClLSOi'S . I
LIFE JOB Ora
Death Comes ) Aged -Citizen
Who Has frig Lived in
Sail lake: ' -
Carl Peter Carljf 02 years ol" age,
one of the oldest rvlvors of the early
pioneers of Utah, 1 at his home, uiiO
Tenth East strcelfcstcrdny. after an
Illness of but thrdilays. Mr. Carlson
was a native of Is'ojoping, Sweden, and
came of hardy sic His own healthy
and vigor were unpaired by advanc
ing years, making sudden dissolution
a thing uncxpectcby all who knew
Coming to Utah -1SC4. Mr. Carlson
engaged early lu bJIng and construc
tion work In Salt Cc, the old officers'
quarters at Fori. Xiglas being among
the structures that, 11 remain as monu
ments to his mcchaal skill ana indus
try. Broad-mindedind liberal In his
views, Mr. Carlsorhsd many friends
who remember him 1th kindly feelings
He Is survived by f widow, Mrs. Julia
Carlson; three dghters, Charlotte,
Bcrnlce and Gwend'n. and three sons,
Oswald C, Edwin a William O. Carl
Funeral services 111 be held at the
Phillips Congregatlol church, corner of
Seventh East and Ifth South streets,
Sunday afternoon at30 o'clock. Friends
arc Invited. The ly may be iewed
at the church afterjo'cloek on the day
of the funeral. Intncnt will be In Mt.
Olivet cemetery. j
DITCHES TRIN AND
A head-on colllslor'ctwcen two freight
trains was narrowl, averted at S:10
o'clock Tuesday rnomg on the Oregon
Short Line through p nipt work on the
part of a biukemaiwith the aid of a
derail switch. At It Is. a runaway train
loaded with lee wJswitehed Into tho
sagebrush, after Its tw had deserted It
and the damage loje property of the
company will not ejed JS000. Charles
Wilson, head brakeni on the train that
was derailed, was b;jy bruised, but not
seriously Injured, an Conductor "W. O.
Smith, Fnglnecr Grge Sturman and
the other -members oUb crew were not
Injured by jumping fm the swiftly mov
Two trains were scduled to pass at
High Bridge, a. statJ01ju.it south of Spen
cer, Ida,, where the gice on the Oregon
Short Line is heavies iExtra train N"o.
1023. northbound, wajm the main line
waiting for regular tnriNo. 1035. south
bound, to go around i The head brake
man of the extra tilj was near tho
switch that would let te regular train
onto the siding, althojglit was not his
oTflce to open the sritli. He noticed
when the train wasjnlr that it was
going too fast to bc!uler control and
that a collision wool? Jsult' unless he
turned the wiich
The crew of the runvay train left
It as soon- as ill hs safely on
the siding. The engirt' did not turn
over and the work of getting it back
on the track was not d&ulL
- . 1
ROTATION OF EARTH
To prove that the efth rotates. N.
i w- Cuinmings of the bTersltv of Ftah
will conduct an intorejhg cxperiinent
In the men's gymnasiuhiext Satufoav
aflernoon at 2 o'clock; Special appa"
ratus hap been InaUIIeCn the building
in order to carry out thuxpcrimcnU An
explanation of the theoflor the cxperi
inent will be given lu thglrls' rest room
at I o clock this afteriiQ.
Until the. year HJOO.Jtvas the general
.belie: thai all otheifplnnols moved
around ie world Cohibus advanced
the Idea that all plans turn around
the sun and also that he earth turns
on Its own axis. H.vytM there was
nothing to .support (If lnU tll
opinion of ablronomerjOiiii .1... m r.ttx-
a w ago. At tint Ibt-Fouciiult -011-lL'.'a
J exporlment rdcd as final
J? , . ""i ':,U: a,,,e "KP'pnl will be con
dueled by Mr. (.'iiininliR today. The
experlmeni given mtr the auspices
of lne Scribblers club.f
BOARD OF EDUCATION
W. J. Karrdlo was 4ied vice nresi-
canoo,r,: "'$ boaVof eilu
uit.o at a meeting of,, ),,,) i.,i i
tile city and county biding vsTtenbiv.
officers of thlboard'arc hold
overs, from last ,r I
l.JmV?"1511' clecllon lihe hoard was
rcr' tor Pnrti-or two years.
L1 r n ;lRvU!e president.
Howev or, he was defeiiu i .1,,. .-o."..!!!
Mellon In his ward Mr VaTclte
boaV Sn l 'tnUC jfl&o te
WIFE . OF MANf YFARS
d-irtiuf wK,y;'ilvo 'TMC matrimony.
Our M w1. Ul"e. l'n, lr,,"n' cr born,
t-or.i M. Webb .vesterd , beran suit for
vide qi, nJl ' ''Manure to pro
vide. She asks for $31 permanent 'ili
mony restoration of ft inalden name
of Fcaker and custody three of I
. minor children. c ' 1,1 "
e .has largo propertjig.1, " ""' 0
- Will OrganizlBand
For the purpose of qranlzintr a band '
a meeting of the Murrj- mi slclnn ' h-is
been called for the eMilne .rf . .rv
Professor W. F iCon , iimJfc .1?
rector In the Murray B' f 'u
llarsh arc taking lhejt iatlve h, th.
movement for the orihffi or 1 I.
band Tho Murray Co E Vioh 1, S
prom sod its sunnori ih. ,l b ,m?
and It is nxpdSl many furrn
musicians will attend te TlVe
petlng will be held lthefe. Sty
LENDS WIDOW IM
10 SHE KEEPS!
Real Estate Owner pj
Poor Widow and ChiIrjrM
and Furnishes a CotlageJ
THEN SELLS THE HOui
And Now His Tenant Reft M
10 Vacate and the Deajj
. Falls Through, " J
Blow, blow, thou viator THBd?R
Thou art not 00 unkind na,5BM
As man's ingratitude .K
The late lamented 3lr. Shakwusffi
let it be known at various mes!H
places in his justly celebrated d.'U
that a man nr a woman ought to H
thanks Jor everything jlc Qr mte
without having to Vliy f0r jj
yiiakcspcase's views liavo been a'udm'
being daily vindicated. wJR'
This leads up to the slory 0f a'K
who was 'ootl and kind ana pwmr
his worldly possessions with a f,,.&
and an open heart, and also niB?'
woman who accepted thereof aJRr;
joyed them nud was exueedinc
pt thorn, fm- they Kcrft l.er KarnfM
icr children warm even tUrouclXMw
late cold snap, """"limn
The man read iu the nowipancr
in the autumn that there was iiiT
hake some povcrtypei-haws ao Mf.
loverty than was iis-,iai j,"; S
iwvorly still. 11 moved his wSL
any ioor people should bu comp0
to iind places of abode in calling iS'
the chinks of which th0 wind wiiMrt
and tho snow drifted. TheraftnMr
bothount himself that h0 uut,
owner of a number of coz-, comforB
cottages tiiat were unoccupied, atB?1"
likely to be during the wintrBU
everyone ivaiits to movo hfo
wherein, it is reputed, tbo fc
radiators sing merrily all thelitR5
day. Also the real estate mari-tH1
cottages was not on tho bull iretXfr
a sale seemed not to bo iraminentKj
The Idea Arrives.
"Why not let some of iho'1By
families live in my houses until LB
weather is over?' asked tho nUt
himself. "It will make thcopi'
fortable for tho winter and it cdlEtfcj
won 't hurt my property very mntKur
Jiaving the heart and tho
do, the man did. lie mado attB
siou info those sections where Hp
folks, of necessity, most; do ctffiw
galc. Ho was not loup in flndijttf
ctipuuls for his houses. Oae iFj
consisted of a widow and ItiJBr-1
children These were assigned tfcMNf
house. They were very tliantfglhfe. 1
admitted it. 'mvti
When Christmas canio arflUBfcl
man was a ood follow to tiBp
and her .four ehildrou. Ho wafc'l
inen.seJv pleased with tho childrB
cause thov wero bright T and oHLi'f
and lovable withal. He causedHE'''
('Iiristnias things to bo hnnjr oaHkol
Krtnle's tree. He caused fioilljCT.
put into the coal J)in. Ho pre jp1.
money. Otherwise he wrsifc'K' lr
spiritual! v and materially, the :B
own Santa Clau?. $mhtU
Finds a Buyer. MF.aiJ
Three days ago the man foE'iV
chaser for the house. He drB,'l!
sell, for it -was a deal of profit'jfcW it.
himself and to tho purebner, mtm
another house almost, indeed, 1'
,'ood as the one in which ther,',,
and her four children dwelt. ,my 'c
"I'll just move them into tiiBtji&il
house,'" ''he soliloquized 'QWiyjlic
just as comfortable there." .fetfa..
In his mind il was an ideal aMTtL
menl. so ho went to fho u'-,'E'fIa'
tbo widow lived and began tCjB!! v
her of his purpose. jBl'Mi
"I'll send a van around feisw
I your things over.'' said tho nuE ',
you -will he all straightened BTj
couple of daj's. " Kti:
The widow received tho E5B
au outburst of indifruation asiH .
hor visitor with withering tcoHL B!
"You mean, despicable C3E
she exclatmed. "You just "Tff!
us out of this house if you BJ
idea of moving this kind o'.Bkaemif,
The idea! Why. it would tejfcT
of my children. And you caJF'PiM!
The man attempted to COfl.tj r
widow that the moving woulWPKIJ
tended with neither hardship !Hr( u.
iiig" uor incoiiveuicnee. Ho n?Hl it. t
bcr that the other house M,EV: 1,01
L'ooil as the 0110 in which sWo Ja
lh-ed. and thai fie would a1KWttacjt
Refuses lo Move. IHfe'0
"Well, vou just try itVdcKlilt,C'
widow with unmistakable KT"lu
"Just try it. aud see what'U BnIf an
Aud now tho man docsn tKMcrr
what to do. He is reluctant JM1.,. "
lo the courts: besides, a . , v
injr would eonsumo iimrn twiftr Sle c
"1 reckon fm hind ol nfjPirtvTl
all vih." ruefully "n-nutted - t
vesterday. "but I'M tfJ.Unu
w.-iv. I'm triad I was aDiavJMyw, iV(
' Iho'.sn little "children coinfonjMPg-'na
So here, at least, is f JjBV8w,A
whom ingratitude has no t.JB(RJ ? J
sling as might be iuferred nM- Jniva
iug of Mr. Slmkespuaro f ePfi(IB -a
quotation which, ""Wbn. .
seemed ah a beginning 0 YiiBk. '
rale, ccase.s tu be apt at aKJ5tlB Jf
end h reached.
'FALL FROM TRESjML-, ai
RESULTS jNjMynh ;
Albert Armstrong. -9 KflHP-fiJ. .,
who suffered :i broken 1,achK'nCf th
fifty Tcet from a trestle fllK'H tMfl
smelter last Snturday. 'HC1?KH (), ,
ho.spllnl yesienlay . mosHfLV S'ar
o'eloch. Prom the firt tIBLw ieav6n
lai)o for his recovery llkWltW
Mr. Armstrong was the -Htt. Tl gr
itt. ArniRimncr of 333 .H" . ?,
street, lie wsia born In fm,. u
Knu'lanil. March -'. lSiil VKmVj Cfc
Uiko In IS7C with hi? fB:v "JpC
lie leaves a wife and "vo JBP1;
oi them by a former uar3Bto 111
services will probably 'ofH 'Wt.n,.
hiv. thoimh 'he exact 'Vfig r. 1
have not yet been s-?i iKjtW.' aTp
I .T. S. Donnldaoa Kfed9,
.1. S. Honnl'lson cXnBlUq tot v
indent fur the A u.mI"mii ?BA?, bajJ
;mce conipuin will leave JtS?
raw to attend ihe nninwlj e.tg t
the company's iiKeiits. yK n,
compaulcil by Mrs PwJCo 1
pect to be absent two wecPiLi