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, 8 The S AXiT Lake Trishne: Thursday Morning, jMajrch 24:, 1904, ' . . ! I
I NEARLY $8,000,000
! FOR RAILWAY MAILS
I House Committeo Scales Appropria-
I , tion Bill Indian. Affairs in.
r 1 Senate.
, vrw jASIIINGTOX. March 23. Tha
i' wil Senate spent the eatcr part of
I ? lhe dny connideriiiff the Indian
, appropriation bill. Throo houre
nf time was rclven to dificusalon oC a
1 claim of $50,000 for services rendered the
! Choctaw Indians. It llnaJly was elim
inated from the Indian bill.
The civil servlco debate was renewed
and there was discussion oC the policy
o he pursued in securing: employees for
work on the Panama canal.
I The opening ceremonies of the Scn-
I ne were marked by the official intro-
cluction to that body of Charles Dick
i .,s the successor of the late M A.
llanna,as a. Senator from Ohio. The
oath of office was administered by
President Pro tern Fryc.
In. the House.
WASHINGTON. March 23.-When
1 the House adjourned today some pro-
' . press had been made in the reading of
the postofflce apprlpriatlon bill for
ft amendment, but only six pages were
11 ' Theappropriation for the ralhray
I mail service was carefully scrutinized.
I ind in the" case of Inland mall trans-
I portatlon by star routed the approprla-
I lion was scaled down from $8,100,000 to
I S7.S50.O00. ,
1 The question as to the length of time
I a postal car may be used before It be-
1 comes unlit for service was settled bi
I the House when an amendment by Mr.
I Tawney (Minn.) was adopted, providing;
I . that no part of the appropriation shall
I of used for the rental of cars which
If live been In service for more than
I If teen years. An unsuccessful fight
I ! .vas made against the appropriations
I or special mail facilities over trunk
I Ines south from 'Washington and west
I , 'rom Kansas City. (
i METEOROLOGICAL RECORD.
. Local forecast for Salt Lake City .and
vicinity: Rain or snow and colder tomgnt
ft TUferTrccord at the local office of
'he weather bureau: . .
Maximum temperature. Gi degrees: mlnl
SSecss of temperature
since the llrst of the month. ..I l"-.nn
Accumulated excess of tcmpcraturo
unco January 1st, jr, Inch.
Total preclpitatlou from o p. m. to 0 p.
mAc5mula'od excess of precipitation
since the first of the month, 1.23 nch.
Accumulated excess of precipitation
since January 1st, 2.1G Inches.
Montana-3now Thursday, colder in
loutheast! portion: "Friday fair, warmer.
Colorado and, Wyoming-Rain, turning
io snow and much colder Thursday: lrl
iav fair, warmer.
Xew Mexico Showers and much colder
I Thursday; Friday fair.
Arizona Fair Thursday, except suow In
mountain districts; Friday fair, warmer.
The barometer Is highest over the "Lako
region and British Northwest Territory,
and lowest over tlie middle plateau region,
the low pressure from the Northern Pa
clllc const having increased In foroe In
, lis southwricrly movement.
' Precipitation occurred over portions of
Ttali Nevada, California, Idaho. Wash
ington, Oregon. North Dakota, Missouri,
Texas and the British possessions. It was
snowing' this morning at Modcna, Rose
hiirg. Spokane aud Swift Current, and
j raining at Salt Lako City and Victoria.
1 ' Tho largest amount was at I-os Angeles.
The temperature changes were unim
portant, except a vise of 10 degrees or
more over portions of California, Arizona,
Ttah. Colorado, New Mexico, Kansas, Nc
I braska and Montana, with a correspond
ing fall over portions of Texas, Manitoba
MARKTNGS AT OTHER POINTS. .
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IT "i CT
r. - a
H' 2. tf7
Place 5 x. S-q
3 2 p. 7'
1 r . S.
: : f :
Denver W 5 .00 Pt. cloudy.
Grand Junction. W SO .00 Cloudy.
Helena 44 1-' .00 Cloudy.
Pocatello 42 2$ .("0, Cloudy.
Modcna 43 22 .(MjSnowlng.
Winncmucca ...j 42 22 .2ilSnoing.
R. .T. 1TLATT, Local Forecaster.
II MARRIAG-E LICENSES.
H Wellington B. Stafford. Salt Lako City.. 43
Mary E. SIddoway, Salt Lako City... .23
Calvin Jones. Falrvlew 23
H Christina Peterson, Falrvlow 19
II BIRTH RETURNS.
1 I.eaon, loy to Mr. and Mrs. W. IL, 31
,M Weston ave., March 21.
3 Smith, boy to A. F. and Mabel, 212 E. Clh
3 So.. March 19. '
Slatcc-r. girl to Geo. D. and Maggie, SOD E,
2nd So., February 27.
1 Richard.-', boy to Gomer and Sadie, Keogh-
AVrlght hospital. March 22.
-U SlrlngioUow, child to Arthur and Annie,
1 161S Gordon Ht,, March 22.
j Whlttemore, boy to C. II. and. Louise, ,4S0
J 3rd sU, March 20.
' Fritz, boy to J. W. and Sarah, Mill Creek,
' March 10.
1 ITowlott, boy to Arthur II. and Mary S.,
.1 ' 357 AV. 4th So., March 2L
I5I BURIAll PERMITS.
rl Marine, Patriclc, age 24, Holy Cross hos
i t pltal, March 2).
iflffl House. Fanny E. B ago 4C, 724 E. 2nd
M So., March 19.
U Dickey, Lula, ago 23. 102 E. 2nd So.,
j March 10.
Klnsella. Patrick, ago 73, St. Elmo hotel,
Plxton. Elizabeth C, ago S3, Taylorsvlllc,
Savage. Hannah, ago 11 montliH, KS W.
So. Temple, March 21.
Hall, .Tosuph C age U months, rear 34
. So. 5th E March 21.
Chose, Margaret E age 25, 453 Pearl ave.,
March 21. '
Rocker, Joseph A., age 11, 451 N. 2nd W
W-, March 21.
S A ood, Harrj' A., age 20, Windsor hotel,
l March 21.
H Dwlght. Infant of Edward and Elizabeth,
W I Cuider' park, March 21.
IB I Backache is a kidney ache.
fiM Kidneys aren't taking the poison out
M il nf the blood.
fjSB, Doan's Kidney Pills strengthen the
HJ kidneys, help them to do their work
IBB D B
HlH Stands for Dead Beats. B. D. stands
HHl for Bad Debts. We collect Bad Debts
Hl from Dead Beats. "Some people don't
H I like us." Francln G. Luke, Scientific
H t'ollcctor of Bad Debts, top floor Com-
B increlal Blk.
An M 1 11 111 n 1 fir Stars of Diamond mill TW 1 t IS On Eve of Little I gj nlllilO
ROUND BASES ON TRACK chsa,y iTHEiiBIB
CORBETT OR BRITJ
WHICH SHALL IT BE?
Fightlaiid Aroused Ovor Big Battle
at San Francisco Tomorrow
If Jimmy Brllt can meet Corbett'a rushes
with tho same cleverness with which ho
has answered tho champion's "hoodoo"
argument, the young Callfornlan will stand
a good chance of taking first money to
morrow night.- Tho Dcnvcrite recently
called attention to the fact that he has
whipped every Vlghtcr that trained at
Croll's garden, the placo whero James
Edward Is doing hlsv preliminary stunts.
The statement Is true and would doubt
Ichs have Inspired terror Into some fight
ers of u more superstitious nature than
the rodoubtablo Ilrltt.
Not so. however, with tho const Idol,
who met tho statement with a counter
assertion that ho has whipped nvcry op
ponent of his who trained at Sheehan'H,
tho quarters now occupied by Young Cor
bet t. It would appear from this that the
two fighters huvo about an even Iweak
so far an precedents go.
Tho deadlock that has existed between
tho backers of tho two men will probably
bo broken tonight, If at all, before tho
men enter tho ring. There Is a vast
amount of the long grenn that will be In
vested on the outcome of tho battlo, and
It la time for the bettors to begin placing
their coin. It is probablo that the bet
ting will open at 10 to 7. with Corbett
on the long end. but a change is looked
for at the ringside.
In sizing up the situation that will con
front the betting public when the men
meet at Mechanic's pavilion tomorrow
night, a number of "wleo ones" have called
attention to the fact that It Is about
time for tho Dcnvor lad to relinquish thn
championship. Corbett has been nt tho
head of tho featherweight class for al
most two and one-half years, and mmo
of tho sports predict that ho has about
reached his limit. As yet the youth who
disposed of the "Terrible Terry" on two
different occasions, ha3 never found a
nan who enn fairly be called his equal.
It Is for this reason that the majority
of fight followers pin their faith on him
in tomorrow's contest.
However, it must be romembercd that
In almost every battle whero a cham
pionship has been lost, the public havo
naturally been "bumped. " When Sullivan
surrendered his laurels to Corbett at Now
Orleans In 1652 there wcro fow persons
who thought Corbett ablo to turn tho
trick. Then ngaln. when Young Corbett
won tho featherweight title from Mc
Goveni, It will he remembered that Terry
was at tho height of his career nnd scarce
ly anyone figured the Denver Iwy In the
money. So it will bo seen that should
Brllt wrest tho title from tho Denverlto
ho would bo accomplishing no more of an
I -n possibles feat than did Corbett when he
took tho laurels from McGovcrn.
Nearly all of the 7Sfi4 scats in the remod
eled Woodward's pavilion havo been sold
for the contest. The attendance will not
exceed fcOOO as tho police will refuse to
permit sUmding in the aisles and there Is
a prospect of soveral thousand persons be
ing turned away. Tho attendaueo will
represent between $33,000 and $10,(00.
Attell Gets Rausch. in Sixth.
HOT SPRINGS, Ark.. March 23. Abe
Attoll tonight knocked out Morris Hauseh
In the sixth round nt tho Whlttlngton
Park Athletic club It was Audi's con
test from the outset.
Racers Sick on the Road.
OMAHA. Neb.. March 23. Five fast
horses belonging to Marcus J. Daly's
string enrouto from San Francisco to
Memphis, verc unloaded here today suf
fering from shipping fever. Weather
Guage, a stallion, died later, and Gold
Edge, a valuable horse, Is not expected to
live. The other three arc less seriously
Round trip only CO cents, via Oregon
Short Line. Special leaves Salt Lake
7 p. m., returning 11:30 p. m.
LIFE at tho Salt Lake theatre last
night was one grand sweet cry
for those gifted with a facility
for the shedding of tears. It
was a damp night within tho
houso as well as without. The person did
not catch from the play all Its powerful
Influence for humidity who was not ul
most continuously In the lachrymose
state. Wo know, to bo euro, that there
were hard-hearted Individuals whoso tear
ducts were not Hooded, who did not weep.
Theso are fit to be classed among the un
reasonable people, who rcfuso to have
their feelings upheaved by unreal woo.
As you might expect, most of those un
reasonable people were men, gross beings.
But there were plenty of gentle spirits who
wore responsive, and spent the evening
pleasantly, offering to suffering merit the
tribute that soft sniffling pays.
Miss Roberts as Mrs. Hatch, the un
wclcomo one. strikes the note of sadness
at tho outset. Soon sho reveals deep
seated sorrow, then passes through nn
Kuish to delirious happiness and surcease.
The story Is of a good woman, brutally
wronged, and In the character of this un
happy person. Miss Roberts hns oppor
tunities that do not come to her in her
other plays, and enable her to reveal
greater depths of true and honorable feel
ing, while demonstrating through it all
her powor of restraint. Over the sombre
phases given tho play by tho experience
of the wretched woman thcro pluys but
little light the comedy clement consist
ing chlelly of a littlo work by the nurse
and a reference to Ogdcn, though 3prlght
llness, too, Is given by tho appearance of
:t company of littlo ones Salt Lako little
ones In a frolic In the park, and In this
scene wee Olllo Cooper again Is clever. All
the support is good, showing the effective
strength' of a well-chosen company.
Tonight tho lauKherw will havo their
turn, "Peggy Thrift" being a delightful
comedy, entirely wllhout serious mo
ments. "Down by the Sea" opens at tho Grand
Denrnan Thompson. In his famous play,
"Tho Old Homestead," comcn to the Salt
Lako thoatro tomorrow night.
Indian School Work to Ee Pushed.
Special to Tho Tribune.
FT. HALL. INDIAN AGENCY. Ida.,
March 23. James H. Owen, contractor for
tho Indian school plant here, has arrived
from his home In Los Angeles, Cal. Hoi
says that work on his. contract will bo
pushed and the buildings finished In sea
son for the opening of school next fall.
Albert Motchsrnan, contractor for the
water and sewer system for the school,
has contracted the work of excavating
and ground will be broken in a few days.
Tho tank and tower havo arrived, tho lat
ter Is eighty-five feet high and will give
sufficient pressure for fire protection.
Indian Agent Caldwell has been having
the bodies removed from an Indian grave
yard adjacent to the now school buildings.
Langour and weakness, duo to the de
pleted condition of the blood, are over- I
come by Hood's Sarsoparlllo, tho great
I vltallzer. J
X TWO NOTED EASTERN BASEBALL PLAYERS X
Joe McGinnity. Leon Ames.
EW YORK, March 23. "Joe" McGinully, the "Iron man," and Leon Ames.
the latest acquisition of the New York National league baseball team, tire
" at the present time in better condit Ion, perhaps, than the other members of .
' tho pitching staff. The former has a record difllcult to live up to, and
f the latter has a name to make In tho major league.
They aro as dissimilar In their methods, generally speaking, as could well
4- bo. Imagined, but alike In that both use their heads. McGinnity Is a. close
student of tho game, and uses his support as carefully as any twirler on tho
New York team, with the exception of "Christy" Mathewson.
-f- Ames Is a moro spectacular pitcher, Judging by his record. Ho made a sen-4-
satlonal debut In major league company toward tho close of last season.
-- Both McGinnity and Ames promises to be extremely popular with the root-
ers this season.
BETTING PUBLIC HAS
SAN FRANCISCO. March 23. -Four fa
vorites and a second choice won at Oak
land today anil tho public had a very
profitable session. The surprise, of the
afternoon was the defeat of Celebrant.
He was thought to havo the last race at
his mercy and 7 to 10 was the quotation.
Away well. Spencer rated the coll nnd
did not make his move until tho stretch,
lie closed rapidly on the extremo outside,
but could not cateh Gateway, who bent
him in a drive. A J1O0O handicap at a
mile and a sixteenth for 3-ycar-olds and
upwards was the feature attraction.
Warto N,Icht was favorite throughout, but
there was a strong play on Ben MacDhul
and Keynote. Jh the tarlv stages Graft
er opened up a gap on his field, but three
furlongs frojn home Warto Nlcht assumed
the lead and was never headed, winning
In a drlvo from, Bpn MacDhul. who dis
played much gamcness. Grafter was
'u Farnum led most of the way In'the
mile and a filrlong race, but ByrOner
dale tno favor! (c caught him in the last
sixteenth and won by a neck. Weather
fine; track heavy. Results:
First race, six and a half furlongs. sell
ingFoxy Grandpa won, Inspector Munro
socond, Homeric third. Time, 1:27Mj.
Second race, five and a half furlongs,
selling Sol Llchtcnsleln won, Educate sec
ond, Adirondack third. Time. 1:13
Third race, six furlongs, selling Quiz II
won. Muresca Second, Florcatan third.
Fourth race, one mile and a sixteenth
handicap Warle Nlcht won, Ben MacDhul
second, .Grafter third. Time, l:55U.
Fifth race, one mile and -a furlong, sell
ing Byronerdalo won, Mr. Farnum sec
ond, The" Fret'.er third. Time. 2 03.
Sixth race, Futurity course, purse
Gateway won. Celebrant second, Atwood
third. Time, 1 15.
Boom for Gorman.
WASHINGTON, March 2.1. Ban
Johnson, president of the American
Baseball league, has sold the Washing
ton Baseball club to Messrs. Thomas J.
Noyes and William J. Dwyer, both of
William J Lamberton. son-in-law of
Senator Gorman, is spoken of as the
probable new president of the club.
TO TRAIN PUPILS M THE ART OF
STATESMANSHIP AND GOVERNMENT
CHICAGO. March 23. The public
schools of Chicago will be organized
into miniature national. State and
municipal governments, if plans
under consideration by Superintendent
Edwin G. Cooley are carried ouL
Superintendent Cooley believes that'
by bringing the pupils into organiza
tions representing the three different
stages of government, civics can be
taught with better, results than in any
The plan being considered by Super
intendent Cooley and other Chicago- ed
ucators interested in the project con
templates the election of a national
house' of representatives from the
RAIN FELL AT ASCOT, ,
LOS ANGELES. March 23.r-Nolyjlh-I
standing a rainfall amounting to two' and
I a half Inches last night, the Ascot track
1 was In line shape this afternoon, and the
I tlmo made under the conditions was fast.
' A good programme furnished a good day s
sport and the talent was successful In
most cns,es. Favorites were not very suc-
cessful. hut there was a strong play on
the liberal-priced second and third choices.
Weather fine, track good. Results:
First race, one mile, selling Homage
won,- Innsbruck second, Little Secret
third. Time, 1:10.
Second race, four furlongs Speaker
Fonlana won, Devon B. second, Slnlcado
third. Time, 50 second?.
Third race, Slauson course Eugenic K.
won. BaiTlngton second, Foncasta third.
Fourth race, mile and sixty yards, sell
ing Straggler won. Bucclcuth second.
Best Man third. Time. 1:40.
Fifth race. Slauson course, selling
Redaii won. Agnes Mao second, Norvator
third. Time. 1:11.
Sixth race, mile and one-sixteenth Mer
wan won, Erne second, Mr. Robinson
third. Time. 1:51.
grammar schools, considered as separ
ate States, and the election of senators
from the high schools.
Each elementary school will yend one
representative to the national congress
and each, high school will send several
senators one or two from each year's
olass to the higher branch of the mock
The State and city governments will
be formed In much tho same way.
The president and all the ofneers -of
the different branches of the govern
ment will be elected by; the Australian
balloj system, and In every detail the
machinery of the national Government
will be copied.
The little government will be founded
upon tho principles of co-education and
"BUFFALO BILL" TELLS STORY OF
MARITAL INFELICITIES UNDER OATH
Wild West Showman Who Would Divorce His Wife of Forty
Years Testifies That She Tried to Poison
' Him Three Years Ago.
DENVER, Co'.o., March 23. Col.
William F. Cody, "Buffalo Bill,"
made a deposition before a no
tary in this city today in the
action' for divorce which ho has begun
in Big Horn county, Wyo. Col. Cody
will sail for Europe shortly, and will
be absent from tho country when his
suit Is tried. In the proceedings today
Col. Cody was interrogated by his own
attorney, and was subjected to cross
examination by counsel for Mrs. Cody.
"Mrs. Cody tried to poison me three
years ago," tho Colonel testified. "She
had frequently threatened to do It. We
were visiting ip .Rochester, -N. Y., dur
ing the holidays of 1900, and the day
after Christinas I was' ill. I supposed
the turkey and plum pudding did not
agree with me. She said she would fix
mo up- She protended to give me medi
cine. It was poison. It almost tlnlshed
me, for J was unconscious for some
time. I think it must have been an
overdooo; for it made mo vomit, and I
suppose thin is what saved 'my life."
The .poisoning episode lias been ex
plained by Mrs. Cody's friends, who
state that Col. Cody's illness was due
to over Indulgence in stimulants, and
that she administered to him a remedy
which she had given him for years
under similar circumstances. On this
occasion, they say, she gave him an
overdose and it made him ill, but not
In his teytlmony today Col. Cody re
lated many instances of his wife's "hav
ing humiliated him at hl "former
home" In North Pintle by her conduct
toward his guests.
"She drove my friends away," he said,
"When they were no longer welcome
In the handsome residence I built and
elaborately furnished it was no longer
Tho wltnesa went Into details and re
cited many speclllc instances of his
wife's discourtesy to his guests.
Mrs. Cody's counsel Inquired into the
character of the gue3ts to whom she
objected and into their conduct .while
at her home. The purpose of the In
quiry was to show that the men whom
he' brought to the house were a fast
and riotous set and behaved in such a
manner that she had a right to object
WALKER'S BALL PARK
A MINIATURE LAKE
Drains Havo Been Dug and Work of
Work has been commenced upon Walk
er's ball park, and with a little assist
ance from tho man who hands out
weather in this city, the grounds will bo
In shape for practlco by April 10th. the
date fixed for tho assembly of the Salt
Lake team. At present tho grounds would
bo more suitable for a regatta than a
ball game, but the drains have all been
placed In working order and those In
chargo of the work say that the wntfr
can be rcmovud quite rapidly. If Jupiter
Pluvlus will bo kind enough to discon
tinue his generosity In our section for a
vhll(, the diamond at AValker's can soon
bo rounded into shape. However, If tho
storm king still Insists in making Salt
Lako the object of his wrath, tho Eldern
will do their preliminary work in boat,
or not at all.
Tho management of the Salt Lako club
has decided to extend the netting in front
of tho grandstands a distance of six feel
In order that the spectators will not havo
to climb over each other when taking
their seats. The distance added to tho
stand will lw convortcd Into a passage
way to facilitate Ingress and egress from
A new roof will bo placed ovor tho west
grandstand, as tho old one Is somewhat
the worse for wear. Additional bleacher
space may bo added, but this Iras not yet
been definitely decided upon.
SOME SURPRISES AT
Some Surprises developed at the Com
mercial club pool tournament last even
ing. In the contest between Grofth and
J nsen the handicaps had been arranged
as follows- Jensen, 60; Grofth. 3T. How
ever. Grofth surprised the spectators by
making his S3 while his opponent mado
In the second game between Jensen and
Thomas, tho latter ran up 50 to hl rival's
30. once more upsetting the calculations
of the handlcappprs, who had placed the
men on an even basis.
GIANT GRIPMAN PUTS
BOER WRESTLER TO MAT
CHICAGO. March 2!. John J. Roon.-v.
the "giant grlpman" defeated Peter VIs
ner, the Boer wrestler, here tonight, by
securing two Out of three falls. The first
fall at Graeco-Romnn was won by Vlsser.
Rooncy won the next two falls, catch-as-catch-can
Little Rock Summary.
LITTLE ROC1C. Ark.. March 23.-Flrat
race, four furlongs, purse Tommv O'Hara
won, Victor J3. second. Eckstein third.
Time, .W4 seconds
Second race, six furlongs, maiden three-year-olds
Laura Hunter won. Feby Blue
second. Bandfllo third. Time. 1.171.
Third race, live and a half furlongs. sell
ingLenox won. Clifton Boy second, Polly
JUIl third. Tlmo. ini.
Fourth race, six furlongs, handicap Jra
Bennett won, Mrtrlius second, Joe Goss
third. Time, 1:17H-.
Fifth race, tlvo and a half furlongs, sell
ing Budwelser won. Dick Ripley second.
Countess Clara third. Time. 1:11.
Sixth race, mile and one-sixteonth Wel
come Light won. Caithness second. Henry
of Frnnstamar third. Time. l:na'i.
Notes on Sports.
NEW ORLEANS. March 23. Al I-lnrp-ster.
widely known as a racing handleap
per and who was one of the leading wit
nesses at the trial of Roland Mollnoux In
New York on a charge of murder, died to
day of pneumonia.
SACRAMENTO. Cal.. March 23. Tho'
Seattle baseball team defeated tho Chi
cago National league team at Oak Park
today by a score of S to 2. Barber and
Williams pitched for Seattle, and did great
work In the bo::. Allckcr, Wclnicr and
Briggs officiated for Chicngo.
VANCOUVER, B. C. March 23.-Frank
Gotcn. champion wrestler, defeated Chief
Two-Feathers here tonight, winning two
SAN FRANCISCO, March Si. The b.ise
ball season of the Pacific Coast leagim
will open tomorrow with Los Angeles and
Oakland at Los Angoles, Tacoraa and
Portland at Fresno und Seattle and San
Francisco In this city. President Bert haa
Instructed Umpire O'Connell at Los An
geles not to permit Dillon to play with
Angeles and that If Los Angeles In
sists on playing Dillon to declare the game
forfeited to Oakland. Manager Morloy of
tho Los Angeles team said tonlcht that
Dillon would play tomorrow notwithstand
ALLEGED LAND GRABBERS
SAN FRANCISCO, March 23. The hear
ing was resumed before United States
Court Commlssiorer llcucock today In the
caso of F. A. Hyde and IL P. Dlmond,
who arc resisting extradition to Wash
ington, D. C, where they aro to be tried
on an Indictment found by tho federal
grand jury charging them with conspir
acy to obtain Government lands Illegally.
The .Government Introduced a certified
copy of the Indictment ami rested Its caso.
This was a surprise to tho defense, who
Judge Heacock mado lhe following rul
ing: "W'c cannot control tho prosecution In
the Introduction of testimony, and as 1
understand tho Indictment) will make a
prima facie case, if it Is not contradicted.
I am now ready to hear any testimony on
the part of the defense."
Attorney Wheeler objected on the
grounds that such a procedure would he
"Wo aro called upon to prove a negntlvo
question. Wo admit thatwo aro surprised
at tho unusual course assumed und ask
for a continuance, until Monday morning
at 10 o'clock."
The continuance was granted.
PENSION ASKED TOR MAN .
WHO CAPTURED BOOTH
WASHINGTON, March 23.
4- Representative Dixon of Mon-
tana has Introduced a bill to, pen-
slon at 4 ?100 a month former -f
Judge Everton J. Conger, who
was Judge in Territorial days of
-f that State.'and who is now para- -f
-f The life history of Junge Con-
-f ger is given in brief in conncc-
tlon with the bill, and In It the -f
claim is made that he was in
charge of the detachment of sol-
dlers that captured John Wilkes -f
4- Booth. Judg6 Conger was at that
time Lieutenant-Colonel of tho
t First District of Columbia on
4 special duty at the War depart- 4-
J4- reaiii, .
ST (TTlU 1 IT'S A PH0B-
1 LEI.I with sorno Rj
a lUAjaasiis make ends meet. I
I -Jt&ftci Thnt Good Ccml ?!
' a been a big t
'? t Tfripsf factor in helping
H ' vjj'l some people out 3
'i u2LJ financial difll-
p Mcishn SL
Vf 'Phone 2000. m
mm YOUR DOG I
I GETS SICK
!t Remember that this drug store p
Is headquarters for dog rem
K, edles, '
Tried and tested ones for their
AjC every ailment and disease from r5
Hy) worms to distemper. Vjty
-rev Then, too. we know every
VEJ thing about dog troubles and VJiy
(Tv are glad to give you the bencllt 5T?.
tv of our knowledge. 'jjju
DOG SOAP, ,
Tlie best dog soap made. kilN
lUas and other Insects milcklv qm)
vV and surely. Cleanses thoroughly 1
(y9 and leaves the hair soft and wQ
Broehl & Frankcn,
dp) Southeast Corner Main and
Third South Streets, Salt fig)
Jj Lake City. gj
Ej Have You Attended r I
I M. H. DESKY'S I
Big (Slothing Sale?
fi If Not; Why Not? IS
Any sick person who has never used ffl
j l.lquorono should wrlto the Liquid t
: Ozone Co.. -J5S-160 Wabash ave.. Chi- U
I cas"- 'iaey will send you an order on H
your druggist for a 50-cent bottle free, m
'a tf you will stato tho disease, to be E
treated 2-II. G. F. 15. fl
I FOR MEN 'I'
t Who travel, there is nothing 1
2 more serviceable than, a bag- for
5 sponges and 'wash rags. Wo
have a fine variety of these
: bags in rubber and silk lined
i with rubber. With one of these jj
you need not go without one 3
3 toilet necessity while away
'A from home. They sell from 25
1 cents to S2 the bag: Our sani-
2 tary vash rags cost 10 cents,
S three for a quarter. I
I Whero tha
j: Cam Stop. . I
New and elegant in all Its appointments.
250 rooms, single or en sultr CI rooms with
bath. G. S. Holmes. Proprietor.
DENVER. r'OLO.. MARCH 21. KH.
Sealed proposals In triplicate, will b re
ceived here until 11 o'clock a. m. April
21, 1WJ, and then opened for constructing
frame post exchange building at Fort Du
Chesne. Utah, including plumbing, stoam
heating and gas pining, information rur
nished on application to Q. Id., Fort Du
Chesne, or tho undersigned. V. S. re
serves the right to accept or rJeot any
or all bids or any part thereof. Envelopes
containing bids to he marked "Proposals
for post exchange at Fort Du Chesne."
and addressed Dt.-Col. J. W. TOPE. C
q, ar. tiaui
I PORTLAND CEMENT, j '
j LUMBER, COAL.
Burton Coal & LuniberCo.
Yard and office, ?& W Fifth Boutlu !
Up-town ottUi, CO W. Second South.
( Telephone SOi. ;
If i. v
5coii's SantaS-Pepsin Capsules
JifJSpfcv A POSQT3VE (B53RE
glfS. a. of th Elfcddsr nnd DIetiet
Jt'V'. J Xldnova. No nro so ty
ft) nT nont ai-: r
M Oouarrliooo fj
P no matter oiko-rr lone t'-a
i&S&f ir. XtiolaUlr liarxjlsj.
irlW BoU by druRKUla. l'rJe
Tk rhf-h 91-03, or by mill, p3-aid
IV 1.00, JboiiJ.43.7t.
Wjo5?,3- CXU.3FONTJNC OHIO.
V. J. HILL DRUG CO.. Salt Lako Clt.
SPfesfil MEN AND WOMEN.
.efsty lm l loldr0vj diaclinrtes.lallamuiiitioiiB,
Aw&W a urtni ttl W irritations or ulcorntlons
fvGis ni io ilclsiarr. of iuuooua membranttf.
r-5 rrM CesUfUn. l'alnlejg, nnd not ajtrin
tgvSuTHEEVAKSCHtMIOAlGO. gent or polouou.
VflfiSi CIHOIIIHATI10.CT'vffil Nold by UrarUd,
ViKJufiV r-S.JU or ent In plain wrftpper,
'fr'Vlf!iiv5e3 tr oxpreai, prepaid, fop
aSAlv w Crculat wat oa tonmjti (
DR. C W. KIGGINS ' I
assart ?r w ,
Microscopic Medical Institute!
a W. Hlggina, M. P., Mgr. an Txojy
ST. ELMO HOTEL,
Ooxaer Main ead Third Soutb, H
HflJi practiced in Salt Lake City for two- jH
ty-flvo years, and tho Tronderful ana woll
established cures he has effected In that
time prove tho ncicnUlla' prlnclplea on
n-hlch hln medicines aro compounded.
Formlnir dlnfrnosis by the aid of the ml
croscops enables him to detect tne pn- jm
marv oauso of diseases &nd effect a
radical cure. Tho doctor has curod thoun
CDndo of canes of
Hexvoufl Debility, Mental and Pliysl- jH
cal Weakness and Nervous
And T7111 forfolt 5000 for ajiy case tiag
under his treatment whlca ha tsSli if
Ail oiapoea of private diacases cart4 and
oil ola, nngennir disoasca. which vltlatn
the blood and Impair the tryst&m, thor- JM
ou-rhl7 and pcmianontly cured. Lvver anfl VM
kldiioy eornoiint cured. Al! claaes or
fits ourod. Tapoworm removed with heai jm
or no pay. Offla hours, 10 to 3:80 and 7 to jH
k0S tmnfi for a list of quwtiow to 'H
D C. "W. mcclns, Salt Lako City, Utah.
California and Eastern Races. 1
A SHOCKING AFFAIR. H
Before electricity was well In tho har-no-ss.
It wasn't at all uncommon for In- jH
qulsltlve peoplo to get an occasional jolt.
Alodern sclenco hns practically done awitv
with such mishaps.
have reached a hlph decree of perfection.
We keep continually abreast of progress
In electrical inventions; and wo can show iH
you any number of devices for saving f -tlmo
and labor. Pay us a YisIL
I. M. KiQLEY & CO., '
HONEST PLUMBEHS. Kl
Electric Wirlpg and Fixturee. Vfl
100 East First South. Telephone 752. Kjfl
PICTURE FRAMING I
at Popular Prices. H
I American Wall Paper Co. ! I
j G E. THIRD SOUTH. ) H
the Salt I
i LakejStarnp H
jBdStKggL 167 s-w- Ternpld H
1 oJr'TigEg Salt Lake City.
-WE'RE THE LEADING PIAmo 5 I
gj HOUSE IN THB ST VTE H
1 PIonpiayor! C'r
1 Carstensen & Anson Co. I H
I Temple or Music. '
m 74t MAIN ST. 'I H
Formerly Paynes Music Co. J H
The OTLLEN H
ON ALL CAR LKE3. ? WW,
Try it the Next Time txs lift
do Up. B.V
B. C. JEWING, Proprietor. . ffij