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!No. 1 Declines to Tes-
Technicality Also Aids
wMan Under Arrest. '
1Hjto Tile Tribune.
Ida., Aup. 7. J. R. Farrcll of
K'focmorly of Denver. Colo., ar
IKlh tills state and bound over to
,.BfrIct court of Canyon county to
,'Kal on the chargo of bigamy, and
"TBertntilc Farroll No. of Fort
)'lEjolo., held as a material witness
',Hbier husband, have been ordered
'IEfrom custody by the supreme
ajjEjtfiis state, having appealed to
ijHtmal for a writ of habeas corpus
them, which was granted. The
that Mrs. Farrcll No. 1 could
Bthe exemption right under the
n Kr fMs Rtn le, nnt to testlfv
. Bler Jiusband, and the authorities
were not Justified in holding
itK- bond as a witness In the dls
Kt. Sho left Idaho immediately
.Jowes his release to the fact
JK, F. Thum. ex officio adminls
Htl an official of Colorado author
t Kjssue a marriage certificate,
If jRsIgn his own signature to the
UIKcopy of the marriage certificate
Denver in 1007. when Farrcll
Brled to Mrs. Farrell No. 1. The
IRcopy of the certlflcati; was In
form, but was Issued by a
ihe office, who signed Otto F.
UiR&roe in typewriting. The su
fiiBurt held the document was not
.-E'forni, failing as it did. not to
Hpn'rltton signature of the Colo
Rlal. The court ordered Farrell
jjKfrom custody today,
j Hse has excited the greatest curi
,tHkrrelI came to Idaho from Fort
Eolo., last October. On March
3 was married to Miss Francis
ffSeoii, who became, It later de
fJjM'lIrs. Farrell No. 2. Two weeks
' UHfc Carriage Farrell disappeared.
Kpund on the banks of the Pay
3aiIK;ied the authorities to believe
" Kad been drowned. The river
Hged to bring up the body, hut
,-JKltIess. A month later Farrell
IHR'at the home of Mrs Farrell
IRIKrs. Farrell No. 1 had. however.
Kkccount of her husband's death
a (Turried from Colorado to Idaho.
aKtKed at Payette, where she made
Eiown. knowing that Farrcll
"-ted there recently, the authorl-
Hhie suspicious and arrested him
Bir;6 of bigamy,
fcfter her husband's arrest, Mrs.
Vb. 1 started back to her Colo
Ke. She knew of her husband's
ferriage. Wishing to hold her
.Serial witness, although she rc
Hstify against the man who de
fr'nnd married again before they
Htfly separated, the officers re
Kre. Farrell No. 1 from an east
Kiln, took her before a justice
Bier bound over to appear in the
Kpurt under a $500 bond. Act
Efrently with her husband. Mrs.
Ho, I appealed to the supreme
Ja writ of habeas corpus to se-
"Arrell No. 2 has- not figured in
Bston. She claims Farrell as her
.fiesplte the fact that he has a
HiV from whom he has not been
Bfi'Bhe is on friendly terms with
KeU No. 1 and is the daughter of
. Hint and highly respected ranch-
BiPavette valley. She. too, re
bUU refuses to testify against
VlRS FARRER FOR TRIAL.
fBced Offender Faces Statutory
ArnLfS6 ,n District Court.
rl K'riie Tribune.
Wwjr- Aug. 7. Thomas ,T. Farrer. .
Kjtdmlttcd the paternity of tfte
. ' PJRu!ew weeks ago to Mrs.
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KSB&j WtoUPana a'table d'hote
Ricliard Viviau, who will be seen all this week at the Utah theater, be
ginning tonight, in the title role of " Charley's Aunt,"
A rollicking farce comedy, one that has
a laugh In every line, and a dozen or
more laughs in every one of the many
mirth-provoking situations, changes the
weekly bill of high-class productions at
the Utali theater tonight when the Utah
stock company will be seen in Brandon
Thomas's famous comedy In three acts
entitled "Charley's Aunt." Lovers of
rich humor will be given a veritable
feast of good things in this uproarious
story of college troubles arid college fun,
and the person who can keep track of
the fast and furious scenes will need
his or her wits In good working order.
It will be something entirely new to
the present generation of theatergoers,
and the promise is made that it will
amply repay all who see It.
Richard Vivian, who has scored many
big hits in comedy parts since he Joined
the Utah company, and who is a. strong
favorite in that talented organization,
will play the title role. It is one of
his favorite characters and he played It
for several weeks' run on the coast with
the result that ho was acclaimed -the
greatest "Charley's Aunt" ever seen In
stock. While the comedy largely con
cerns the "aunt,'' there are other Im
portant characters and they will be in
the hands of capable performers. The
comedy will be given under the direction
of Gavin Young and his selection of the
cast could scarcely be Improved upon.
Irresistible and extremely funny, with
out being ludicrous. "Charley's Aunt"
should, and no doubt will, create more
laughter than any comedy seen here In
many seasons. It goes with a dash and
vim that Is refreshing and there is not
a dull second throughout the three acts.
It has to do with the fun and troubles
of youths at Oxford college. England,
and the story certainly belles the Idea
that the Englishman Is without humor,
Charley Wykeham and his chum. Jack
Chesney, undergraduates at college, are
in love, desperately in love, with two
charming girls, and they plan to show
the objects of their affections a good
time. They plan a dinner party, but to
comply with the conventions of the times
they arrange for a chaperon, Charley's
aunt, a charming spinster from Brazil,
who has promised to assist the boys.
urer of Provo, was arraigned before Jus
tice of the Peace E. L, Jones today on
a statutory charge and held for trial
in the district court. Farrer appeared
without an attorney, waived examination
i and promptly furnished bonds In the ro
ciulred sum of $1000.
Word received this afternoon from He
ber City, where Mrs. Choules has been
critically ill, was to the effect that she
had so far recovered as to permit of
her return to her Provo home within a
FALLS DEAD AT DOOR.
William D, Shaw. Former Ogden Man,
Expires After Arising.
Special to The Tribune.
LOGAN, Aug. 7. William T. Shaw, for
many years a resident of Ogden and
well known .there, but who has lived
here for the past four years, dropped
dead shortly after getting up this morn
ing. He arose and went out after some
kindling, and when he did not return
his wife sought him. She found his life
less body just outside the door. He was
about sixty years of age and leaves a
family. The remains will bo taken to
Ogden for Interment.
Choose School Instructors.
Special to The Tribune. .
MANTI, Aug. 7. The high school fac
ulty for the coming year, except the
music Instructor now engaged. Includes
W. H. Robinson, principal, English; E.
T, Held, history; Carlyle Munk, mathe
matics and physics: Louis Wangagaard,
agriculture and biology; Christian Axel
son, art and mechanic arts: Inez Clark.
German and assistant in English; L.llllan
Thomas, domestic science; Ella May Cox,
Plans Are Upset.
Special to The Tribune.
LOGAN, Aug. 7. A big demonstration
has been planned for Friday evening in
honor of Governor Spry, who Is camped
In Logan canyon. It was the Intention
.to take a band, glee club and 100 autos
full of people up to the governor's camp
There is no earthly need o itching
and scratching. No matter how long
you have suffered, no matter how many
treatments you have tried, there are
thousands who have been in as had a
plight, and who have found perfect skin
health in Eosinol. In even tho stub'
boruetst cases of oczema. ringworm, or
other tormenting, unsightly numor. a
warm bath with Besinol Soap and a
single application of Resinol Ointment
stop the itching instantly. Healing be
gins at once, and soon this Bimple, pleas
ant and economical treatment clears
the trouble away. After that, the reg
ular use of Eosinol Soap for the toilet
and bath is usually enough to prevent
Roainol Soap and Rosinol Ointmont
are also speedily offoetlvo for pimples,
blackheads, sunburn, Ivy poisoning, dnn
druff, Bores and piles. Prescribed by
doctors for olghtoon years, and sold by
practically every drupglst In tho United
States. Trial froo; Dopt. 4-P, Rosinol,
When arrangements arc practically
completed, the boys are shocked to re
ceive a message to the effect that Char
ley's aunt cannot come, and they get
another shock when the girls positively
refuse to accept their invitation unless
The boys are in despair when they
discover in Chesney's rooms young Lord
Fancourt Baberly. The latter enters for
the purpose of helping hlmfrelf to Ches
ney's wino and other things as he, Bab
erly, Is to give a party and is to take
tho part of a female role in amateur the
atricals planned by other students at
Oxford. He Is caught and explains the
situation to Chesney and Wykeham. They
send for Baberly's costume and force him
to put it on. Ho enacts the female char
acter with such fidelity that the boys
determine he shall take the place of the
Word Is sent to the girls that Char
ley's aunt has arrived and that the party
can go on as planned. Baberly gets the
spirit of the scheme and enters into it
heart and soul. In fact he Is so enthu
siastic that he causes much uneasiness
for Wykeham and Chesney, especially
when, as Charley's aunt, he gains the
confidence of I he girls, hugs them and
monopolizes their time. The boys dare
not expose him and ho has them at his
mercy. More fun and complications arise
when Stephen Spettigue and Colonel
Francis Chesney fall In love with the
dear old "aunt." Baberly proves he has
a keen sense of humor by carrying out
the deception until he has nearly every
body crazy. Of course matters are
straightened out at last In a riot of
Jack Chesney is to be played by Robert
McKIm: Arthur Morse Moon has the part
of Charley Wykeham; J. Frank Burke
will be seen in the role of Stephen Spet
tigue; Frank Jonasson as ColoneL Ches
ney, Gavin Young as Brassctt, a college
scout, and Harmon Weight as the new
rootman. Alice Fleming is cast for the
role of Kitty Verdun. Reglna Connelli
as Ella, Fanchon Everhart as the real
aunt Trom Brazil, and Beatrice Banj'ard
as Amy Spettiguo. A fine musical pro
gramme will be rendered under the di
rectlon of Willard Welhc.
on Friday evening and entertain him
and his family, but he was called to Salt
Lake yesterday, and the plan had to be
given up. Governor Spry's camp is ten
miles up Logan canyon.
' Two Prisoners Escape.
Special to The Tribune.
LOGAN, Aug. 7. Two of the prisoners
thai the sheriff placed on the countv poor
farm to work made t'heir escape "today,
despite the fact that a guard was em
ployed to watch them. Some weeks ago
three men escaped through tho roof of
the jail, but were traced down and
brought back. They are youths who were
convicted of stealing from the railway
company and from a store at Trenton.
Fruit Prospects Bright.
Special to The Tribune,.
"uPI5Sy.9' A"- 7' M" Roy lance of
the William M. Roylance company states
that this section, if not the state gener
ally, will have the best fruit crop in its
history. Tho season is about a week or
ten days earlier than usual, and pears
will be ready for market in about a
week, the earlier peaches will bo shipped
the latter part of the month and the El
bertas will be ripe along about Septem
Majestic pavilion today, famous Win
nipeg band. Popular concerts 2:30 and
1 8:30. Seats 25c. (Advertisement.)
Rush Work on Building.
Special to Tho Tribune.
MA NTT. Aug. 7. Manti's now bank
building, going up on the corner of Main
and Union streets, presents a lively ap
pearance. The cement foundation is in
and the brick work well under -way.
White cement brick will bo used in tho
construction of the building. The new
garage, east of Main on Union street. Is
uearlng completion. -
Special to The Tribune.
PROVO. Aug. 7. Judge J. W. N.
Whltecotton. who recently went to the
northwest for his health, has returned
greatly benefited, with Indications for a
speedy and permanent recovery. Judge
Whltecotton was accompanied to the
coast by his son, Wendell.
The Rev. Ira A. Thompson leaves on
Monday for Monb, where he will spend
the vacation with his friend, the Rev.
William Lewellyn of Moab.
The Rev. H. F. Gilbert, formerly pas
tor of the Baptist church, Is here from
Illinois visiting friends.
Ralph Archbold is at the Provo general
hospital, where he has undergone an op
eration, for an aggravated ense of ap
pendicitis. Suit for divorce on tho grounds of de
sertion and failure to provide has been
tiled In the Fourth district court by
Emma Lena Charlotte Peckenpaugh of
Spanish Fork against Alva Ross Pecken
paugh. Plaintiff asks for the custody of
ono minor child. The marriage took
placo In Salt Lake City, March 15, 1910.
The trustees of the county school dis
tricts will meet here Saturday to consider
school questions for the coming school
Engineers representing tho S. P.. L. A.
& S. L. made surveys today for the spur
from the main track to the site of the
Utah Fruitgrowers association packing
house in Vineyard.
Series of Outbreaks.
WILLEMSTAD, Curacao, Aug. 7 The
revolution in Venezuela under the leader
ship of Clprlano Castro, former dictator,
Is hot general, but Is noticeable only in
widely separated portions of the country
according to reports received hore from
Maracaibo today. Cabled dispatches from
abroad urc not admitted there by the
Cnrmelo Castro, a brother of the ex
presldeiit, arrived here toduy from Colombia.
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September 10 and 11.
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St. Paul 55.70 Minneapolis 55.70
Kansas City 40.00 Omaha 40.00
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Proportionately low rates to many other points.
STEAMSHIP TICKETS to all parts of the -world.
Electric lighted Pullman and tourist sleepers to Denver, Kansas City,
St, Louis and Chicago without change.
DINING CAB SERVICE BEST ANYWHEEE.
SUNDAY EXCURSIONS TO PROVO CANYON, $1.25.
Special train leaves Salt Lake 7:45 A. M.
Returning loaves Upper Palls 7:00 P. M. jH
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