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I sce Baj? liga TBmrorBb Friday Momsryg, July 1, 1904. 3 ! i ll
f ffALKS IN ZIOI
fijali Second55 Is Now
I-. givens, However, Have Nit
Appeared With Cash to
Settle His Debts,
filcomed by the Population on His
Heturn From Tour Around
fiJfl -HICAGO, Juno 30. After a
I tr,P wh,ch covercd the en"
'iJj ore earth, John Alexander
M$ Dowle arrived In Chicago to-
ir l'Idsr He bad sent v.-ord ahead that he
I, I Jjj not soil his feet with the dust of
l't.7caS0- IIe remained In his private
ljr.l6mTjine It was switched to the Chl-
MlJfJ& Northwestern railroad and at-
pn(j'M acted to a train scheduled to leave for
"Vlftie Dowle settlement, ZIon City, III.
5 QI frwn the Federal, court, being still
'J twn on the records as an "alleged
HriQ'jJ tjnkrupt" Just before Dowic left Chi
'" aio for Australia, Attorney Frank H.
- Of- SU, representing Marshall Field &
' '4 ft, went Into the bankruptcy court and
tnrl flltkned Judge Kohlsaat to order
jjtfe to appear for examination.
v Jcise Kohlsaat said at that time he
, t . , irjold not be Justified In Interfering
t, lib Dowle's trip, and that the exam-OOilEri-
mtlon could go over until after his re
COnji tern. Attorney Scott today declined
'aiiaa wy whether he would now Insist on
ted to Ce exam,nat,on of Dowle'
Jttnd, Promises of Attorney.
good Attorney Samuel Ettelson, who rep-
t fea i wents the petitioning creditors in the
me, said today that unleaB Dowle
fijiti to live up to agreements with the
troiij-1 crtdltors It was not probable there
: wold be any clash In the case. Attor-
hayg ' zey Ettelson said;
A M , "Dowle has promised to pay his debts
'"Ty dollar for dollar. He has made two 10
- cent payments. There is always a
''' jL dance for reverses, but unless some
7.l dlifatlsflcd creditor gets busy I think
li will pull through all right."
., i j City in Gay Attire.
, " j Eeridents of ZIon City were busy all
3:' slfht making the finishing touches In
)IESSo lie preparations for the arrival of
.'HlJr ' !3'a1e- The streets, which were deco
1(jt xited with flags and bunting, had been
-f " II(d and sprinkled and all the stores
huw . we ciosed Aslde from a triumphal
Qr&ra uch, the tabernacle was the chief ob
doi?K Jt of decoration. Here ZIon flags,
WH Uue and srt w,tn a cross In the cen-
-. i itr, flourlEhed In the breeze In large
..I Lsumbjrs. Higher up was the "Union
lMWack'' of England and, surmounting all,
Lffns a nuSe American flag.
er- : On the "Eed" List.
X$SlA 1712 "Arch of Triumph." situated
lUlttri tear Elijah avenue, was made of imi-
hat1 ! Htlon blocks of stone. Each block bore
illdN "a name of ft Ity that Dowle had vis-
, Itrd In his travels. Black letters de
r.otM the cities where Dowle has been
54 received, while the cities that had
?l turned him showed In glowing red
fj The red-lettered cities were San Fran
'.k0- Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and
(V4 At the sound of a whistle the entire
"SM P"11110" BDent two minutes In silent
wvotlon, and were then given six min
Dies In which to assemble for a proces
ilJn that was to greet Dowle
5 Ten companies of ZIon City guards
ES r eeventy men. each, formed in line while
i ie Bo-called "Restoration Host," 3500
i lironj;. lined up at the tabernacle At
t" . tte nrch the guards met the Dowlelte
is' i 'nlor an Junior choirs robed In sur
i.; A Pllces. The march to the depot was
g taken up, the other residents falling in
r I r,Upon the ari"lval of the train at ZIon
lS 1 rJty owie's carriage, a victoria.
l inramed with carnations, ferns and smi- i
Will Start Bible
Class for Infidels
Pastor Scruggs of Provo to Organize
Correspondence School to Con
Spcclnl to The Tribune.
PROVO CITY. Utah. June 30. Rev.
Thomas Henry Scruggs pastor of
the First Baptist church of Provo,
has decided to organize a National
Infidel Bible class which will be con
ducted by personal Instruction and
correspondence, A rigid examination
will be required before one can become
a member and take the lessons.
"Infidels like to study," said Pastor
Scruggs, "and In this 6ChOQl they will
receive thought dressed with new
Correspondence from nil parts of the
United States Is" requested. Mr. Scruggs
wishes applicant for admission to the
new Bible class, to say when and why
they became Infidels and to give reas
ons for wishing to take lessons. He
eays they can do nothing with his plan
unless they are willing to study.
Other announcements will be made
from time to time and his plan for the
study of the Bible will be given to
every person who becomes a member
of the school.
Going to the FairP
Look like a city man when you are
traveling. There's one. way to do it.
BROWN, TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.,
166 -Main St.
Crazing on the
Experts From Land and Forestry
Bureau to Consider the
DENVER, Juno 30. The special land
commission, consisting o "V. A.
Richards, GifTord Plnchot and F. H.
Newell, appointed by President
Roosevelt last December on the request
of the National Live-stock association,
has notified the officers of the RHSocIa
tion that they will meet at Its headquar
ters at Denver on August 3, 4 and 5,for
the purpose of discussing the questions
of grazing upon arid lands and forest re
serves, with a view to making a report
to the President which will be the bnsls
of the drafting of a bill which will bo
presented to Congress, which will sottlo
these questions to the entire satisfaction
of all parties concerned. Secretary Hitch
cock of the Department of the Interior
and Secretary Wilson of the Department
of Agriculture have Indicated their Inten
tion of being present.
The officers of the association have no
tified the stockmen in Western States
who are Interested In this matter to
meet the commission at this time.
JULY FOURTH RATES
Via Oregon Short Line.
July 2nd, 3rd and 4th; return limit
July nth. One fare for the round trip
will be made to points within three
hundred miles. See agents for full particulars.
Masked Men Loot Saloon.
BUTTE. Mont , June 30. The saloon
of Invernezzl and Mnssa, In Walkcr
vllle, a suburb, wag held up by three
masked men this morning and ?1000
In valuables and money taken at the
point of a revolver from the proprietors
and Inmates. The robbers escaped.
lax, conveyed the "Doctor" and his
chief "Overseer" at the head of the
procession to the arch, the ZIon City
brass band furnishing the music.
At the arch ten little girls stepped
forward, robed In white, with blue
badges across their breasts bearing in
gold letterB the names of ten of the
principal countries which Dowle had
visited. The children carried large
bunches of rose3, which they threw over
Dowle and his party, and then unlocked
the gates of the nrch, handing over to
Dowle the key. which on his depurture
lie had given to the chief overseer.
Addresses were then made by Dowle,
Ills wife and Gladstone Dowle. The
white-robed choir sang an anthem and
Dowle went into retirement to receive
reports from his lieutenants.
,r ' - " -
Fifty Years th Standard
I Improves fit flavor and adcte te'
fj the healthfullness f the f4
PRICE BAKING POWDEtl CO,. CWiCSActe
I Thinner, Thinnest
I Comprise Our Show
I of Hot-Day Wearables
I Summer Worsted Suits,
l S12 to 830
1 Thin Cheviot SuitB. .810 to 25
1 Navy Serge Suits. . .810 to 830
1 Sergo Bluo Hate to Match . 82.50
Homespun Outing Suits
S5 to 818
1 Negligee Shirts, -woven
I madras 31 to 52.50
n Wash Vests, new ar-
rivals 31.60 to $5 I
I New Novelty Neckwear 1
1 ." 60c and 75a 1
I Lisle Half Hobo. .25c and 50c
I Get supplied for tho 4th by
I 61-63-65 MAIN ST. 1
Is Under Arrest
Governor Is Also Included Among
the Members Who Are
COLON, June 30. Advices by trteam
cr from Carthagena, Colombia,
confirm the news that Gov. Es
cobar had all the members of the
State Assembly arrested- The As
sembly recently expressed them
selves in strong language against
the administration and Dr. Gas
telbondo, Secretary or -Public Instruc
tion, has been repeatedly Insulted.
A great deal of ammunition has" dis
appeared from the Carthagsna, Gatllng
guns and field pieceo have been stolen.
Rumors ore current that a revolution
may break out at any moment.
Gen. Orltz recently surrounded the
State treasury in Carthagena and broke
open the safe to obtain money for the
soldiers, who had "not been paid for a
It is generally admitted that Gen.
Reyes has been elected President of Co
lombia, but there Is no official confirmation.
Beam tio K'ntl Vou Hav3 Alwajfs BoogM
Moyer and Other Officials Western
Pedoratlon Miners Must Answer
CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo.. June 30.
Special Prosecutor S. D. Crump
today withdrew the charge of
complicity in the Vindicator
mine explosion on November 26
laat. which had been made
against Charles H. Moyer. president of
the Western Federation of Miners, and
Is preparing an Information charging
Moyer, William D. Haywood, secretary-treasurer
of the Western Federa
tion; Charles G. Kennlson, Sherman
Parker and Charles Davis with con
spiracy in connection with the Victor
rioting on June C.
Kennlson, Parker and Davis were
members of the executive committee of
the Federation for this district. Moyer
and Kennlson are now under arrest
here. Haywood Is managing the busi
ness of the Federation at Its headquar
ters In Denver. The whereabouts of
Parker and Davis Is not known.
President N. I A.
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Nelson of Utah Selected a
ST. LOUIS. June 30, V. H. Max
well, superintendent of Instruc
tion of New York City, was today
elected president of the National
Educatlonnl association for next year.
The other olllcers elected Include II.
H. Swaync, Montana, and H. A. Ma
thews, Arizona, vice-presidents, and A.
W. Crabtree, Nebraska treasurer.
The new board of directors elected In
cludes the following members; A. J.
Matthews, Tempe, Ariz., A. H. Cham
berlain. Pasadena, Cal.. J. F. Keating,
Pueblo, Colo.; Kay L. Scott, Boise, Ida,;
J. N. Spindler, Wlnfleld, Kan.; J. G.
Young. Butte, Mont,; J. E. Stubbs,
Reno, Nov.; D. H, Grout, Portland, Or.;
A. C Nelson. ,Salt Lake City, Utah; F.
li. Cooper, Seattle; Estelle Reel. Wyo
ming; Miss Cassia Patton, Sitka, Alas
ka; Samuel McCune Lindsay. San Juan,
Porto Rico; Charles B. Dyke. Honolulu,
Hawaii; C. IT. Maxson, Molo. Panay,
The convention adjourned leaving the
selection of a place of holding the next
convention to the now board of directors.
The Modern Store Moderate Prices. I
THE SEASON'S WBM 1
r&fc Mllliiiry Safe 11
fL Sweeping reductions are inaugurated in high-class hats, medium creations fill'
and modest, small-priced conceptions. In the higher class head wear many ex- fSSl ;
fMC qisite importations appear. Through the various lines down to the simpler iflr' i
wl ones eacl1 inventin is graced with a touch of fashion. To appreciate the im- I $;;?
Jib portance of this sale the great opportunity which it affordsvisit the Millin- 1 f)i 1
VjjJ ery Section today the inspection will be enjoyable. 1 ;
Oue imported pattern hat in cream snowball lace, trimmed around One magnificent reception hat of lavendar braid, draped with a 11 &!' 1'V
the crown with roses shaded in pink. n q pP scarf of real lace around the crown, while a large feather 1 l "j j 1
This is a masterful creation. From pk (())(()) shading from ceil blue to lavender enhances the beauty of this jfflp' '
30.00 it is reduced to L o charming creation. From 5-15.00 fip & K lp,l;U 1
the price is lowered for this 2) i (( ))(( ))
One smart white pompadour straw. Pastel shaded roses around sale to O VX '
the crown; on the left side a large ceil blue bow is caught, and If iji
pastel roses underneath the - X n T Another handsome pattern hat is of white and gold; around the m Ijjj -'j; , j
brim. The price is reduced from N X) (())(()) crown is a crush of gold; and foliage in the green tones is com- !' I'SP' '
$25.00 to Qjjl) li Cz3 oxJXzy bined with gold on the left side. (fifo H C? rr m'v 1 ! i
The price, instead of 28.00 N I J) (0(0) M t ",? '
One Tuscan Bebee hat with a large chou of pink ribbon on the out- is now ' O Vy V jjjj
side, with bands of button roses are underneath the brim. Inciuded in the sale are several white and champagne rp CTv I i f1 'if 1 I
The price Off this beautiful hat has (nfr T) Cp shirred chiffon hats, which, being lined with , gar- Cur ls. fC(( ''4' ' '
been ?25.00; but now will be Sj (QYQ) SSS! rSKEiSr d5) 0Q)J) if ft J ! 1
sold at Li OV Vi this sale " 'iB I I
Another line f ?5 00 hats Is offered at $3.00. Uj j& 'lj i
ALL 1REAE)YT WEAH MATS AT. IHIALf PlBCESo ' MM
This interesting sale of charming hats begins this morn'ng. j, !;i '
fa SECOM WAY SALE. J
aL 8BS! GAM hsmm Wabte at Half Price t
iltk'l Than the Geisha no waist in the United States is more foremost everywhere the delight of women. l ff,'. II
yiwk'X'few 15 Ue f 1"e Ver firS wa's-s manufactured in this country now the peer of all standard, reliable lll;'i' i jl
'U-V makes. One of our buyers when iruew York a few weeks ago on his second purchase trip this year, jj jjjll,; i II
nTl N '"r")0 f exerted every endeavor to obtain the entire lot of waists at his price 300 dozen but, encountering jjn ' jl
WP Marshall Field's buyer, who was after the same proposition, only 900 of them were to be had. jj ' ' 1 1 H
sf&ByK Wf 1 LAWN AND LINEN SHIRT WAIS TS Trimmed with dainty patterns In Imported laces and embroideries; button jj !j! "j i I; I
, H & back and front; of leading styles and highest class workmanship. Sizes 34, 3C, 38 and -10, I" i I
H5T Sl.OO for 50c. S3.00 for S1.50. S6.00 for S3.00. S12.50 for S6.25. Jl ii ' (' ) I
81.50 for 75c. S3.50 for $1.75. S7.50 for S3.75. S15.00 for S7.50. illt'i'M
S2.00 for Sl.OO. ?4.50 for S2.25. $10.00 for S5.00. J: ji
24m PASES F IKIOSflEIRY ' ' : lliljl
2m mzm paees e stceckngs i m 1
A CLEAN UP OF THE CELEBRATED BRAND OF ONYX TH E BEST HOSE MADE IN THE WORLD. Jjjj; I' !
We announce the arrival of an exclusive and exclusive stock of fine hose at prices which permit this sale. These beautiful '? 'M
hose are intended to meet the especial requirements of dainty dress ers, at a uniform price, so exceedingly below their value that one's '"iji H
supply may be advantageously repleted. i J jl
The lines consist of black silk lisle, black lace ll9le. black boot with colored tops, fancy stripes ZqN jj" f S' l H
with open lace effects, and tan and blues with stripes. All sizes; EOc, 65c. 75c and $1.00 values for., pj (C?() jlJ j j J j
Gmis Tw ays5 SuS nna Ltacdis Emnilbroldlcgsrnds, Maiffiidlkirlliinffi0 W'm
VAL. LACES WITH INSERTIONS TO MATCH One lot of ",0c(q A JF W j ' j 1 H
and 70c values will be sold at. per yard '. W Imitation torchon and plat Vals. will be sold at, per yard fe li'''-- ' H
EMBROIDERY INSERTIONS for trimming summer shirt waists o HANDKERCHIEFS Plain white ones will bo a Friday and s jq Jj! ff)' ,t ;
and dresses 1 to Inches In width 26c tot 40c values for, (rv)f ' (111 M j
per yard IS VV Saturday spccla at. each VU) r' H j I
LACES IN SHORT LENGTHS Torchon and cotton applique, In LACE EDGE, hemstitched and embroidered, and plain whiten jOx jj I T
white and ecru; values from 15c to 25c per yard, for Q)(Q linen, worth up tot 25c 3 for 25c. or, a piece livJ' , j
Butler Accused of
Democratic Boss of St. Louia Is
Brought Into Court, and
ST. LOUIS, June 30. Col. Edward
Butler, a prominent local politi
cian, came Into court this after
noon In anowcr to a bench war
rant charging him with bribing a wit
ness. He was released on a bond of
$10,000 with John J. O'Brien as surety.
The warrant was Issued by Judge
Taylor at the request of Circuit Attor
ney Folk, as the result, It Is bollcved,
of recent disclosures made to the grand
Jury by Charles F. Kelly and Charles
Qutkc, the former members of the houso
of delegates, convicted of bribery.
The grand Jury had returned an in-
dlctment against Butler early In tho
day, but It was not turned Into court
until some time later, when the bench
warrant was Issued.
The witness whom Butler Is supposed
to have bribed Is Charles F. Kelly, for
mer speaker of the house of delegates,
who, Charles Gulke told Circuit Attor
ney Folk in his confession, was paid
$50,000 to go to Europe at a critical
time In boodle developments here, when
his testimony would have Involved men
Many Applicants for 16 Positions.
NEW YORK, June 30. A great rush
of applicants for positions In the new
Department of Licenses, which has hu
pervlsion of employment agencies, has
caused new records to be hung up by
the municipal civil service commission.
Sixteen inspectors are to be appointed
and there were exactly 2100 applicants.
FIvo hundred went away discouraged
but the others took the examination,
leaving 100 seekers for every Job. The
salary Is $150 a year.
Violin Sells for Fortune.
NEW YORK, June 30. A violin once
owned by Joseph Jean Bott. has been
sold by his estate for $9000. It was
once pawned for $4. and after eight
years was found again while a well
known dealer was on trial charged with
having stolen tho Instrument.
King- Edward Starts Home. I
KIEL. June 30, King Edward started
on hla homeward voyarco thl3 morning
aboard the royal yacht Victoria and Al
bert. No farewell salutes were llred, sal
vos having been given lust night when tho
King left tho yacht Hohenzollorn, after
having bid Emperor William farewell.
Spy Story Is Denied.
ST. PETERSBURG, June SO. Tho No
voe Vrcmya dci les reports from Narva
that two Japanrso spies were arrested
there on Tucadaj whlie masquerading as
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Cures Alcoholism by Hypnotism. ! j! j ;
ST. PETERSBURG, Juno 30. The M ,;"; MM
treatment of alcoholism by hypnotism, W M j f ' ;
which began at Moscow in 1S9G and Jl j'' :
has been tried at Ekaterlnoslaff, Vor- f J'.'H I
onezh, and other places slnco has been ii ', v j
Inaugurated In St. Petersburg by Dr. , ( ill
R. Z. Bakoff who Investigated the re- j f i j J '
BUlts and claims there have been seven- j ' i .j ' J
ty per cent of radical cures for that l it !1 r
system against 30 per cent In the cases jfj t !' J !j ,,
of other known cures. ' f I '1