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MoXT)V MORNING. -IANTAKV Hi, 1005. THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE. page nine
i I fpOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS. HA - - - - - Jm BUi") UN I KOHORN CHU KBNBl ltlT rill -il: : K - ;).. .t . .;. k- !. T - i . . - J8 irca Incubator. i-'t; iz. 1.". urr.inl lAn HC.E COUNTER. SUITABLE TOR 0 jar, e-Ml.i ' !.(!. l n I intci B Wu. 36 W. 2n.I So. ell23 B KX TERRIER PUPS. CHEAP AN1 U Eoi e i So. rio:r, S ELK' ; A NT i '' 'M H! N'.vVli 'N 1 ' 1 . 1 ' 1 N I r S ed with w r.lr.'t" and writing desk; 'hSS. nnttlng. flat-lop df.'k bureau, wardrobe; flr heap 112 r. Keith bulidlnc cTKW '1 U i ONE -. I HOItSK F"U SALE U (hc-il'. '" ;" st I'ipltol hill Fnicki.. i-m rnished hdi'E; . iultnblc for prh-t' ' rooming; sell SB Keap for cash. U I'nd So Sh:i AJlcrr.icv ' : 1 LARGE FIRE-PROOF SAFE, e tjfc ci tn ii n Van and Storage Co. Cl3St PPHORSES BOUGHT AND SOLD, IOWA Kables. 129 W. So. Temple. allM BgoU CAN SELL, ANYTHING rtSlhriiiiL-h Tf..- Tribune Ads under this . ifcead fn 'V.i'TtH uttr-'Ot in. my Inoulrlo. 1ksTn every cl t ronio i-'ho paper lias the call gor this' class of advertising. rtSlVbiilV CHEAP, PPH'.GHT rlANO .Call at Room :10 Atlas ).:' k al49 I ! ) 3 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES. 0T (i EI !".( TRIBAL SCPPUKFl AND CON-(tru'-tlon. large stock of latest ehandc Eer lntvr-Mt. Hlcc Co.. t5 E. 1st So. MnjF IH. ' 3 DEMENTED POLYGAMIST LOCKED UP BY SHERIFF nr 9 Bpe.-lnl to Tr. Tribune Eooan. Jon Ik Bonjamln Hansen, n p I Lgamous r- blent of Novrton, across from Cache Junction, was brought to ' c.nu In n Knnented conrlltb.r. rn.tr.; by Sheriff T. II. Humilh n n 1 If now r-.nflnH In ibc -ounly Jolt ti unfnrlur.oie man Iiki I In Salt M 111 f if Smith ha.l an Inler-nllng tltn yester guv In.iU'lr.K a KOIIIU to I Hgden The Sheriff l new nt the business of gsEtarollIng obrlrepTotis p-ople. and pspeclully I I women and hence, wrhen this one declined a 3 I fre. ri he seriously felt the delicacy of till II I prl ! idly luxe flel ' IHlpoii i of duty oiid tl HS his of!-.'-- - "" dHdoni"!!-' mil on. renWano- entreaty ;tnl I ! r. t - blank nfijK.il nn thi : I Ol Mi I ft" I v.ill I. 'Kan. Sheriff Smlt)) qulCtl) Bpilv as-bie.l ihi .,n;iiii mount the . . oncratnlntlr.t: himrelf r.n h! success o tin Itiain moved oui of the nation. I see I Mi's Lotlb- Wept pave a "swell pirty nt f I nr h - ii" 'ii ' i I FrMm nicM ilx- Hl0i of lcan's chrlcetit ..uiic (- l' ) r I Mow s Thateh. r Jr . rep'.rte. sorl It LI ... .LI T I ' 1 i I ' Hb ii triHiment of t."gnn' State Senator, l Ccoi- i. ..- given lil-n service o; r,i,,, , :, . n ei il i".. tnpl Ml- J. IriR I Ity. Hi B1iat''i. r H".- I .in. nt fs nn- lM' nnot in'Mine th1 k revlelnt Ms dire Horst. ilceiitiR nfll.' i I i r 1 1 . C 'In -1 ' l . r I . - r - Ky i i 1 i ii i mm i ..in Bor.'' 1 1. .11 Tin "f ' Hsllv. hiviiiK opened 1 1 doors to the public n nn early , jB The ll w ti"-i'l "' Kccb -. H K T Int. ti W S. ItendrL-k. I. S tvllllll .' eh IP well, s , i. '.-.mes EBMoc ': Samuel V. r:v It ErT'nati her un.l .Tru -.t. U'. i The ..ffl'-'-is in. Bfoyes Thnteher. president; L s HUla, trlct Kreft'leni . II v: Hatch, cashier; George F jBlhni' Charles W'e- M Itirif r cattle Etvn hei . L I faei ' 1 ; I ' ' i then Hehll pel to market HT 1,'ic I' ther cattleman. Ii fee.llrc Jl j n l. ' ' piiRar plant and b niak ln -nnl Fhlpm i market O ABTOEii: A. k I (ATTORNEY BEAN ARRESTED I ON SERIOUS CHARGE j .p. . . I 'I'll I i 1 '"I" UCHFIKLD, Jan. 15. The most sensational d r 1 1 ' . ' i ' ' i i i . l i :( ' . I Btse occurreJ lat evening In ihe arrest nt I B. T. JJ.-.i'i m a inn v wltl I i . j ,. . 1 i . ii, i his Is the M I Ef'Ul ... ' Intliiiuty with Mr M - E, i.i. I , nl attempting to subi irn wllne 11 le r.o claimed ''ii'1 .' in n III Ktlet him In til' II' '".hi . .Mi.rit j I v. i ' 1 1 i ' i ' i 1 1 1 s ' 1 ' moncj i i f 1 1 Ko testlf) acalnal Mi Bride, Bean became il 1 p. 'h ii' i Thli wae in Septcmbei f Ijuii .-' i m i Kas the "I '!!:' ..II' r.' I i Ii' I in l' Jl' SeT.wo i;ik n in pioiiro" and placed orider 1700 bonds, nrhlcfa MUti. T'lM I BB This w hleh IHbas l rintnrlnii' In M.I- and B. thn nt: 1 1 "i ' Stent, Ik n -I ci.i'.i' urprl'i t " !' putillc and a ki at blow i' I" Ii - i'i . npii.itjca.lly 1. 1 1 - ' KHracy exlntlnc to lnvak him down In thlu -"a community t - h p-r nal rrrh .anc , NOBODY SURPRISED, L Cut-anrl-Pvied Plan to Elect Suther land Long Ago Understood. : Sp' I.. ' i 'I'll" 1 1 ii nn- MT FI.KAPANT t loll. Jan - Tin- fact th. H ! rig; . i . i 1 .'I i stat Senator to mi -IIKeed the Hon Thomas Karn. on. the further jdhi f ii- i ii h" was the almost unanlt is choice KBI the llrpnhllin l.e-l.-l-ii I"r ihnt ofn.-e, did ,,' 'i ' o. ii I ' of this I I Th. hn.. nn," " this matt a -I and . ' ' ' i - i 1 1 i ; "''ii can lonj I fen- ii, . i inn i .'k .l Ii. -n BEvho w. . iinmlrioie I fn- th. 1 ."irli-ini nn BBtnowTi 1" !" f' i S'Uli' i -land ImiK ! f"i '.. Mere bri.ui;ht ui bj the b sses of Banpoti . C 'II 1 1 1 I ' ii" 1 Kf Senator Sm usr j y, 1 1 ii'- mi i white ostenslbl I at i i llnR t" i ' llslou iii the quurterl ci nfi-n i,.. i ' "'-. ' n 'I"- was I ulrv l.ii - . in.uili 'ilailiii I. ki native tlnihfi Who JBwuUM .1" hlr- M'l'lllll. W hen the til Illll'i In I. Iii set Th" Srooot ' of th parti lurw i Bfiov. n I" .1 ' in" ii f'H I tn I - I - Iii ' ' 1 1 ' . i 1 1 - Ihe would nnt pi- U'" hum' if to thi s.n. .1 ring j It UL" I ' " I ' I ' " 1 8 Induced to neike the l.l'. uculrnt .I'l. H Krlth th" r"suli itii i I"' w n oui I .. Kj Knew Win I" Ml ' h'l" Jt " 'I r.-hillvi- to the J Knatorshlp N" d 'Ul't' 1 Lis Invaliy to Ba Hie Kmn''t j.r. r'i ti'ime. r.i-r that of IiIm ml- Jeorij. (i-m it mil end ef the cunt JudsT" )pK il, I tin .-Li!' I" Hi" . nndltton Of I pfTnlr." prevailing in this county, it could not a Save been otherwise than a unanimous hnusc (for Sutherland. HS I It In sull noy thni ' sum . n-j,. I fresn'uiii'. "f ihe legislature, win bs rsward- Ss5 I'-. S. net. a Sulherl.ind, by being oppolnte.j J tv, tm i -i. i fnr Ml I I'-a-.-n.t I TEA jgj We don't mind the money thf iiv )iic back money la I . there isn t much oi it. ' '" T inunj i i.iit ii.oii ii you dn't JiL gjB sWiiiinn't m i MOFFAT USES STRONG WORDS Denounces Enemy to Prosperity, Asserts His Ownership, and Denies Vbsolutely Re port of Sale. Banker and Railroad Man of Denver Conies Out in Straightforward Statement on Latest Rumor Boms papers In different pan of the country csjn out last week with glaring headlines and sensational slnrlcB about the Harrlman crowd buying the Moffat rood for ff.M&OMi which would bo at tho rate of tltO.OOO per mile. The story originated In the Denver Fcl. which starts most nf the red-Ink stories In Denver, even thuugh they are direct blows to the tOWn'l Interests All the ..lh. r papent contain the denlnl from Mr Moffat, and this Is the article appearing In tho Denver News; A wanton and untruthful attack on the Moffat road wss published In lout evening's Denver Post to the effect that Mr. Moffat wua trying to sell the line and that It would m vcr be finished beyond a point Somewhl re In Routt county Mr Moffat stales lhat the article was a fabrication In srhols and In part, and the eltl xans of Denver agree that II coutd have been the work of none but a fool or a person delib erately trying to prevent the building of the line. "There Ik absolutely no truth In any alleged 'system' trying to prevent my finishing the road." said Mr. Moffat la.-it evrnlng. "It Is Seven -eighths mine, and will be until some body offers me a profit of IMWO.OOO or J3.0on.ooo for the work to which we have ben put In building it." "Is then, any truth In the tdatemont that Philadelphia. Fro Ideoce and Holland tltian ilirs ugre.-.l to take the bonds Of the Muff at road, nnd then booked out becauNe New York financiers, determined to crush your road, forced them to?" Mr Moffat smiled It seal US almost ridicu lous to deny any such wild yarn." he con tinued. "There Is not a bond of the Moffat road fur sale to anybodv. There are no bond! to sell "Nohixly. not even the Sheriff. an take this road from me. I can flnlbh It without the slstance of t.ig railroad pampaniea I have started it. and will complete it. unless, as I aid befnn , somebi.ly offers me enough profit tO H-dl It. "It can be bought nt cost now. can It? Who says ao Well, I never heard of that before. Furthermore, the road. Instead of being an ele phant "n anybody's hands. In now paying run ning expenses. Why should we wunt to give Il away?" Meanwhile the reading of the sensational Article predicting the doom of Mr. Moffat's lifelong ambition whs proceeding. All the while Mr Moftat smiled and made sarcastic references to -he story and Its author "Too bad." ho mused, "lhat I cannot run my busl m so to suit the people who t un that news paper." Is It true that Rock Island and r.urllngton ffflclala bav gone over th.- Moffat road and examined it carefully?" "Yea; that's the only thing In all that mass of Words that Is true. . year ago. It must be. President l.nree of th Rm k Island w nt over our line and pronounced It the best -built road he ever imw That STSS a real compliment, for Mr. lyoree was formerly chief engineer of the Pennsylvania system. "Sine, then officials of the Uurllngton and other railroads have gone over th" new line I don't know that they examined BVSTy bridge nnd tie they aaw: probably they looked over thing pretty carefully, for that Is what rail road men tour n.-w roads for. If they wanted ni w Ideas land they all do) they probably hunted for them." Talking about the debt of his road. Mr. M'.fful mid :hat at present It consisted of a bill for the m w snowplcugh recently bought. ' That Id II his not been presented, and when II Is It will be paid." he added, with a Kitlsfl.-l look. Rock work Is going on briskly, and gangs of men are busiy at Hot Sulphur Springs, doing what they can at this time of th year "We du not Inten t to shovel through snow drifts In order to get 10 the earth, though." added Mr .Moffat. "Wc nr stin very muck on earth, and will le more bo hnn the weather moderates ao that we can get down to good construction work again There may . r may not be a system of fren zied finance. Lawson In as crazy as the man who Is busy selling my road, and who sees en emies from all Over the country trying to riiish me. If this be 'Isxtlng' Denver, let us have an end to It. If you us.- anything In reference to this matter, be jmre to make It as strong a .knlal us possible No truth what soever In It." Railroad Notes. The Gould iiiii s have another offji lol In the person of li. H. Mann, signal engineer. Salt Lake Is destined to become n storm cen P r ns a big trafllc suit, with rebates as the chef d'ouvre, will come up shortly J. M. ;rut--r. whom tho Denver Post sent to Salt Iake. has gnn to the Uurllngton as gen eral m.inngiT. Sometimes u lnst moy hurt n man. The Salt Lake R'.utr's order fnr curs with the St. I.ulu Car OOmpany Includes ten coaches, eight chair cars, ten baggage earn uiid eight postal cars Thev will bo used for the vestibule limited trains. PstU) Morton Is being heard of more fre luentlv than was lie- caie uhn he was a vice president of the Santa Fe, n In those days there wer so many ranking trafnc exports In the country thut he did not secure nu oppor tunity. Henry A'. Poor who died at npwvviine. Masa, a tew days ago. was the find n.-c-retary ..f the Union Paolflc He was f: .-aiR or nK., mid one of th" very cnrle reporters In th COUntri a bo started (h. American Itallrosd Jouinul In 1M9 THE NEW WALK. It Is Coming in With New Year's Rebembles the Grecian Bend. A new walk Is coming in with the new year. It is already here, hut it will take until the thtwn of 1903 to become perfect In It. It Ih tllflVrent from any Other walk that was ever seen, though In certain ways it resembles the Gre cian bend which w.i-s the ambition of our mother and grandmothers in i8"0. The new walk requires these1 things); Wide shoulders and a imi wuint. Hlgheheeled shoes with wldie soles. BlT hips and a flat back. A certain carriage which lt know r. ns the millts rj cerrlai The girl v.iin getting the 1905 v. nlk won hi ilo u.-ll to vl-lt fonie m-ar-bv milltAry ftatlon and Ptudy the- soldiers. If she can get a West Point cadet to tl ach her so much the better. The new walk will bs the military walk with . ri, ih. Improvement and changes. To k-i ready to walk stand erect and throw back the shoulders. Now, ex pand the chest Nxt square the el bowp, holding them down to your alrie, not out. Now. draw In the abdomen, life the f-et high and walk The first time you try this you will feel like a trussed chicken. The second time It will not be quite so bad. After u while you will get the hang of It just ai iron gt the nana of the bit yds ami you will be able to work U all right. Washington Times. Tribune's Ogden Bureau 1 S 486 WASHINGTON AVE. TELEPHONE 111. t Advertising Rates Tursdshod on Application. IDAN-HA NATURAL I.TTHI A WATER. ' Makes evervthlng Good." V J. Kb sol & Co., Ogflcn Rleger & Lindloy, Salt Like, nis t rlbutera lakHiiisaasisi m inMSBWJS3sssnwassagsacannB ANOTHER UTAH PIONEER DIES AT MT. PLEASANT Special to The Tribune. MT. PLKA8ANT, Utah, Jan. 13 James Jor gensen. Sr., one of the oldest settlers of this place, died Friday evening at his residence, at the age of v.' years Deceased settled here In 1c:i and was widely known as a gvd man. During the early days he was prominent In the Plack llnwk Indian war, and nl-o Shared in the rldsaltudea of early pioneer Ufa His second wife and a large family of children sur vive hlin. Sanpete county ha.s produer.l a playwright. In the person ..f James PrcKtwIrh of Moroni. Mr. PreetWloh has written a plav called "Tho New Homestead." n la reported that he is trying to have the pl.tj put oil In some ,f the larger elites. S hn H. Bee and his estimable wife are n doy celebrating their allvei wedding. A large number ..f friends have been bnrvlted to partake of the generous hospitality of the host and hostess. Mr. Beel and wlfi-are very popular John Pranfeen, a prominent citizen of spring City, was taken suddenly III a few days ago, with pneumonia, und after two dos' nines- died Mr SYantxen wn well known through out the county, having held several positions Of trust, which brought him prominence. Marcellus Harvey Dies. Special to The Tribune BURDKA, Jan. M -Marcellus Harvey, aged .'a yeara, died shortly after o'clock this morn ing, from pneUpionla. Tiie deoaasad went to Roblnson'over s year ago to asslnt his son-in-law. Dr. Stevens, In the management of the Tlntic hospital at Hint place. About five weeks age h disposed of his lnt. re.st ui thai Institu tion and wus preparing to remove to his old home In Illinois, but before he colli. 1 do so he contracted pneumonia, and ever since that time he had been at the hospital in a most erious condition Mr Harvey haves a wife ond three children The remains will be sent to Illinois for burial the carlv part of the week. Youngr Kearns to Go to Dixie. Special to The Tribune. M'lDICNA. Ian. IS. Kdinund Kenrn-. :. of Senator Thomas Krarnn. accompanied by Mis. '.. !!. l-'nd II'-. I I through h-T' yester.lav'. en route to St fJcorge, where Master Kearns will spend f.ve or six weeks for the benefit of his health. While awaiting the St. fjecrge stage be amused himself by taking snapshots of nearly everything in sight. TAYLER IS THOROUGH. Secret of Success in Which Attorney for Protestants Handles the Case Cleveland Flaln-Dealcr. 1 A gentleman who is Intimate i acquaint ed with tho linn. Robert W. Taylor, the newly appointed i'nlted States Judge at Cleveland, says thnt that gentleman's suc cess in connection with the Roberts cafe and tho Smoot case was bSCSUSS "he did to the superlative, degree what men usu ally only partially do." "In other words, ho went to the bottom of the Mormon question and before I.e. faced Mr Roberts In the first case ho knew more about the Mormon church and all that pertains thereto than any other man In either branch of Congress per il i s is nrn h as any (b-ntile In the Tinted Stntev i. fttijdie.l the I'tah church as a political, economic, religions and histori cal proposition, ami wh.-ii h- l a. h'il th. point where questions were to be n?k .1 I . knew Just what to ask and ro-jJ lay his flnRcr upon the raw spot with nn almost supernatural skill It Staggered the Mor mon witnesses to run up against a man who knew as much about their religion and church politics as they el 1 si them selves. An Alarming Picture. New York Morale! 1 With millions In Its hands the fnJow mint oaths In heart unil professions of loyalty upon Its lips the Mormon church Is moving forward to a material COnQUeSt lll.'il W ill extirpate .'V . I I Icntllo 111 ltd path and leave It the solo autocrat. San Francisco Call. Cheer up! In our K.GOOOO population there are onlv "Oo.irii Mormons, nnd with tho grow th of di port nx-nt store-. In I'tah tills devastating march of the church may be checked. Regarded as a Fraud. I New York tlsrald 1 That a prophet Is without honor in his own country Is evidenced by the state ment that In Palmyra. N. Y.. where Jo seph Smith. Mormon, was born, he was rejiiirdcd ;IS a fraud. M:i be thnt ex plains "Why Smith Left Home." WOMEN AT BUYING CIGARS. Sometimes Do Get Good Weeds and Fool Men Folk "Any way you look at It, a woman Is an uncertain proposition," said a lawyer ihe other ilay. "Tho very mlnule a man thinks he understands her ways but I ini'ilu'l i;o on, It's all be. n said before. I fr(L8 lust going In Icll you about a box Of cigars m- sister Mill DM l.ieit ( hi lst mas It was a fancy burnt wood box that no man with self-respect would permit himself tn have, about the plnce, nnd In side was n nig bunch of cigars wrapped Up In tissue paper and tiCO with a rd libbon. The onlv wonder was she hadn't gilded even cigar You know how wo re, n nr" about Igurs They cant for the llfs of them understand that one ( Igur Isn't us good BS another if Its draught Is good. Well. I never smoked ons Of lh"" c!gui"S- Not DJO l put the box away In my desk nnd there it stayed tin one day a man I knew came In and asked mo if i had an empty wooden box handy l gave him BlSterS lovely D resent " Better empty It.' said he. "'Do It yourself," said I "They're lady's CholC' Weeds "Next week I went out to dinner with that man. After the meal ho off red me B cigar. It was a dream of n clpnr " "Win re d yon get thi s. "' I asked They're what l ve been looking for thcee t-n ears " 'Oh. that?" said he. 'Why. that's one of those lady's choice weeds you gave me.' "Sister told me afterward In a lettei ii,,, i she hoped I'd tell hei whether the cigars were good or not. because the t -liaeco man charged two bitH apleco for them It doesn't pay to be too wise about w omen Washington Post. The Facts of the Case. Representative Hay of Virginia tells of nn altercation In a colored club In Rich mond that resulted In dearly all the mem bers being haled before u Police Magis trate "You were present during the trouble?" a-k.d the magistrate of a witness "Yes vo' honah." "Then te us. In a few words. Just how the difficulty began." "Weil vo" honah," replied i a darky, with much gravity, "1 think It was when the chairman of tie entertainment cni mlttei swatted de secretary ovah do head w ir do luviu' cup. 'Collier's. ALLEGED SWINDLER BROUGHT TO SALT LAKE Special to The Tribune OtJDKN. I'tah. Jan. 1J. Sheriff Frank C Fmer of Salt Lake county was In Ogden to day and look back with him e'liarles Jones, the man who Is accused of defrauding the Stato of I'tah out of about J14.000 on fraudulent bounties. Jones, It Is said, will be prosecuted) b several other counties after Salt I.ako Is through with him. Mrs. Jones No. : and the children ure still at ihe Windsor hotel. Deputy Sheriff Alva helu ing l In Salt Lake today on buslines Km ma CI. Ferguson, wife of t.eorge 8. Fer guson, died at the resldt BOO Of her parents. Mr. Bnd Mis. .tunes , Porter, today. Funeral serwleea at tho residonc Tuesday, at -.30. Interment In Mountain View cemetery. John E. Hilton, another of the pioneers Of Weber county, died at his residence on Thlrty-tlr-d ..ii.. t In iil-iI ii tonight. Paralysis linn the primary cauei "f death, and as h- was "r. years of age he failed to recover from the )li k The funeral will be held at the real dence Thursday morning at M o'clock and th. body will be taken to West Weber for Interment Mr ftltton was one of the most highly respected residents of the count.v He Icaxes a Wife and a large fninlly of children, one of whom Is Lew isitb n. the w l-known slock-ralser Supreme Judges Are Amused by Hansen In His Zeal He Addressed Them as "You Fellows," but Intended and Gave No Offense. WASHINGTON. Jan. 15-Wlth a char acteristic breezy eloquence. A E Crane of Kansas recently completely Upset the solemnity of the I'nlted Slates Supreme court by Injecting Into his argumenl some of the "ginger" and ".snap' peculiar to his Western training and practice. Dig nity gave way to amused aurptiso when th.- Ida. k-rohi it justices were assured lhat "you fellows most realize the Im portance of this decision.'" In the enyy, po-as-you-please presenta tion of his i use. Mi Crane intended not tho slightest disrespect, nor was ihcro any disposition on the part of tho court to regard it in such a iichi. but he ruth- ISSBly trampled on nil the time-honored traditions ami nctunlls iiuivii'il the Idea thai he wasn't afraid to "speak out in meeting" Tin- case Involved an application for a wilt of habeas corpus Mr Crane's client had been COHVletsd of solllnr; liquor to an Indian, and was In Jail for his erlno- He was naturally anxious to get out, and his attorney. In order to accomplish the desired end. brought out legal points that hail never beforo commanded the atten tion of the court. Mr Crane contender! thnt his client had sold liquor to n man who was n citizen of the state of Kansas snd thai the Gov ernment could not step In and assume guardianship over his person and nitr for tho reason that In voting, owning property nnd paying tax's he exercised all the privileges of citizenship. Ho fur ther Contended thnt the Kansas Indians no longer maintained tribal relations; that they possess lands allotted in severally, and that the Federal Government had no Jurisdiction over them, as they are citi zens of Kansas Mr Crane declared that the Govt rnment In this ruse assumed to separate tho In dian citizen of Kansas Into two Tarts. Snd Insisted that It took more Ulan the power cf the i'nlted State to separata a man from Lis appetite, and especially In Kansas. " He protested against the contention of tho Solicitor-General that the Government had Jurisdiction over the appetite of tho Kansas citizen und tho State over his person. Justice Harlan took a hand In the pro- SSdlngS by asking, so thai it could be heard throughout the chamber. If "a mun could not be a cltii.-n of the I'nlted Stut.-s without being a citizen of any State." and was promptly Informed that "It was im posslOlSi according to decisions of the Supremo court of the Fnlted States." It Is (Contended that a decision In the case argued by Mr. Crane might affect the right of Representative Curtis of Kansas to retain his seat In Congress Ib is an Indian, land has been allotted to him, he is technically S ward of the Gov ernment, and yet, aa a citizen of Kansas. a acceptably serving his Slate In the lower house. In the case now br for.- the court tho question of citizenship la In volved, und a decision against tho right of a man to sell liquor to a Kansas In dian, who loves It neither more nor less than any other Indian, might have tie effect of depriving Mr Curlla of Ida seat. RESIGNATION ACCEPTED. President Roosevelt Regrets to Lose Immigration Commissioner. WASHINGTON, Jan IB. William Wil liams, Commissioner of Immigration at New York, has tendered and the Presi dent has accepted his resignation, to take effect February 10. in bin letter, dated January L. accepting the i-.-sli;nu tlon, the President SSySl Most reluctantly i have come to the conclusion that I shall have to accept y .nr resignation. In accepting It let me repeal In wilting what i said to you bv word of mouth in endeavoring to got you not to Insist upon It. I feel thai von hn,, rendered a service of real nnd high Importance to the whole Nation in your IIIHIII1 I'llli'llt "f the office under you When i asked you la take the position I r. ill.'d that I wns asking you to do what meant genuine seir-sacrlllce on your part, and I realise that your consenting to staj In so long; his meant further loss to ,.ii Bui surely you must feci recompensed bj thS know led;;, of the value of your w ork You have set a standard of uncenslng In dtlStryi of untiring energy, of high ud- mlntstrativo ability and of single-minded devotion to dutv which your successor will tin. I it difficult to equal, no matter how good a man he may be." Do Not Suppress a Cough. When you have a cough do not try to puppress It. but remove the cause. The cough In only a symptom of some dis ease, and the disease Is what you should cure, then the cough will stop of Itself The most common cause of coughing Is a cold Anodynes will promptly sup press the cough, and preparations con taining chloroform, opium, etc. are used for that purpose, but' they do not euro the cold Chamberlain's Cough Rem? adj on the other hand, does not sup press the cough, but relieves It by re moving from the throat and lungs the mucus which obstructed the breathing and ..Haying the Irritation and tickling in thi throat. It also opens the secre tions and effectually and permanently cures the cold as- well as the cough. For sale by all lcadta: dru4"jU. JAPAN FROM AN ECONOMIC VIEW Trade Relations With United States, American Minister Points Out Her Resources and Income. Remarkable Industrial, Agricultural and Financial Showing After Year of Hostilities WASHINGTON. Jan 15 The State de partment has received an Interesting; re port from Mr. Cii-'om, lite American Minister to Toklo, dealing with the pres ent economic conditions In Japan anil her trade relations with the I'nlted States. The present year shows an Increase in SXPOrtl of 16,424,109, and an increase ill im ports Of 110,080,607. DiiiItik the same pe riod the Increase of exports In specie and bullion amounted to 111,401,304, and the lnerea.se In imports to $1.S4,370. During the period In review exports to tho I'nlted States were valued at l3.9S -622, and Imports therefrom h( 119,719,486, showing SS Compared with tho same pe riod of 1908, an Incrsase in exports of ss,- !!"' .77. and an Increase In imports of -7n2.53.s. Raw silk was the print Ipal it' m Of export, showing a marked Increase. There was a reduced export of tea and coal. Kerosene oil, bather, rails flour and siijpir were Imported from the I nlted Stales In larger quantities than during the same period last year, while raw cot ton Imports declined Japanese Loans. With the proceeds of the foreign loan of 148,085,000, for Which the customs re ceipts were pledged as security by tho Government, the latter repaid the money borrowed from the bank of Japan, 05 which the amount of specie reserve held by tho central bank was augmented and the expansion of convertible bank notes was" checked The total amount of Ihe national debt of Japan at the end of September stood nt about 1444,216,000 making a debt per capita of about War taxes have been Increased on land. Incomes, business tr.ansactions, ugar, mines, boiirs'-s, custom.-, consumption woolen textiles, consumption of kerosene, nnd stumps, while a new source of con siderable revenue Is found In tho t,.l &GPO monopoly. The official estimate of the an ticipated net Income to be derived from that source for the vear ending March ::i. 1905, Is 812.988.212, and 818,000,000 for the year ending March 31, if;. The Government owned railroads are i ilued In the Ministry of Finance at $95. aiin.OOfi, and are estimated to bring in a net Income of 84,730,000 for the coming year. This Item and iHo tob.nr i monop oly are assets upon which further foreign loans will be raised. At the beginning of thS war the specie reserve In tho h.mk of Japan fell quickly from 868,481,000 (n De4 comber to 894,043,600 In May when the llrst fnroljrn loan was responsible for an Increase to $TS.G1'.." In August, the nor mal condition. Trend of Business. The reports from the Tokio and Osaka clc nine bo is.- i.ir ii, lob. i. 'l. . lio. an increase of $-'1.157. fill in the value of bills cleared over the same month in 1908. Al though other clearing houses exist at Kioto, Yokohama. Kobe and Nacoya Mr. Orlscoi.i believes the Toklo and Osaka housi - indicate the trend of business in the country. The metallic currency circulation of Ja pan for October. 1901. shows a decrease of 82.791 ,G80. The Japanese Department of Finance estimates that .-.t the end of Oc tober. 1904. Japanese bank notes of the value of about $958,359 were circulating It) Sfanchurla and Korea. The report Bays lhat the necessary abandonment during the war by several leading Japanese steamship lines of their services to foreign countries already has had oonsldi rable effect In changing the Channels of trade For instance. th-re has been a large falling off In the Im portation of raw cotton from India, which was the principal source of Japan s sup ply and which trade has gone to China A striking feature In the Industrial his tory of Japan during the past year is ihe unusual abundance of nearly nil agricul tural products, especially the unprece dented yield of lice estimated at '!k 145. -rm bnsln-ls for 190-1, un lncn-n.se of 17,494,229 as folUpUled with the .dd of 1MB. On the basis of the present market value of rice. Mr GrlSCOm estimates that the in creased Income of the country from this source will be S-'J.s-'n.tA) over last year. MINERS' CHEAT SUFFERING. Traveled Thirty Miles on Snowshocs, nnd Feet Badly Frozen. Special to The Tribune. WKISKR. Ida., Jan. 15 -Two miners. BJ, Kelln and ii m. Clark, arrived in ihe city yesterday sftetnoon from the Iron Springs mine about ninety miles from this city with their feet frozen The men started from the mine Wednes day "n BUOWShOSS, the snow being sev eral foot deep. They wore no rubbers. Their feet soon became cold and quickly frOBO. Thev were compell.-d to lay over two ci -1 v s, ,nt Bear postofflce before they i-outd piocced lo ibis city. The physicians In .attendance report that each mnn Will lose his great iocs and possibly more. Tin" travelled nlout thltlv miles In the snow. It was Intensely cold and a bliz zard was raging. Crushed as by Serpent. NKV YORK. Jan. 16. When the tide Is UrSJ It Is customary to help heavy truck off tho Ucs Lirosees street fern -boats and over the bil.lte by hitching to them a stout rwpe connected with an electric winch, lte cently the rope bod b. n fastened to on sspeclall) In. iv. truck und the winch had Dirtied the l'jad half wajr ovor tho bridge when tho mpo broke. On its recoil the rope struck Henry Hebn- becker, a bridesman, and wound itself aiout bis l--dv. crushing him lo death ar. though .ho had been in the colln of a serpent. Hungarian Martyrs Beatified. HOKE, Jen 16. Three Hungarian martyrs. poucre. Qrodeei sad Christina srere beatified t.vluv .it St Peter's In tho presence of lo.- worshipers. Including many Americans Pop Plus X . who participated In the ceremony, ap peared tatlgUM and preoccupied, although he assured HIS attendants that he was fcollng vv II CASTOR I A For Infant? and Children. Tho Kind You Hava Always 5t;ughi BBBBBBBBsf Effirts to Harmonize Joint Interests Negotiations en Between National Live-Stock and American Cattle Growers' Associations. DENVER. Jan. 13. Negotiations have, been opened by the officers of the Na tional Ia c-Hiock association with the American Cattlc-Growcrff' association, which was organized In this city last Fri day by cattlemen who SB ceded from tho stockmen's convention, with a view to es tablishing harmonious relations between the two organisations The National Uve-fitock ass relation's board of control has decided to met In this city on May 9 next, on whbh date the American Cattle-Grpwers' aMsoclatlon will hold Its convention here Meantime, the executive committee a of both organi zations will make efforts to harmonize their Interests In their by-laws and con stitutions. It is proposed to have the new associa tion of cattle growers afflllute with the liarent organization, exactly as docs the National Wool-Growers' association Pres ident Frank J. Hagenlxirth and several meml0rs Of the executive comnlt'.'-'O of the National i.r.e-Stock association have applied for nv-mk-i sdilp lit the attlr G rowers' association, believing that It ian be made of benefit to the I'nlted Live Stock Interests of the country. j WEATHER RECORD j Weather for Tcslay Partly cloudy. Yelerda's record nt the local office rf the weather bureau: Maximum temperature, 7 degrees; minimum rmp. -at'ir". T degiee-.. mmn temperature. ".I degm which is s degrees sbove the normal. Accumulated defteiencj Of temperature since the first of the month. 10 degrees Accumulated deficiency of temperature since .lanuury ). 10 degrees. Total precipitation from S p. m. to S p. in., none. Accumuloted deficiency of precipitation since the rlrnt of the month .28 Inch Accumulated deficiency of precipitation since the first of January, .- inch. It. 3. HYATT. Local Forecaster Fisherman to Assist. TOKIO. Jan 15 It is reported that 100 fishermen will he sent to Port Arthur to isstst in clearing the harbor and vicinity of mines. TEA Your grocer and you have common interest. Tea is good for you both. Vo If grocer rf.r- your iiio;vcy if you dou't I.L. TMER3ACLs, FRIDAY F.VENIN'l Ssls of Seats at Clayton's Music Co. I "The Greater!- of All Singers" 9 m elsa I Queen I Of j A voice of I .-.. 1 Incomparable I -0,1J j beauty and H , i i' ndor And Complete Concert Co Mr. Ellison Yon Hooso Tenor I .Mi, 01 liber t Bar S Mil, v.io. Saai oil Barpl Mr K North Plutc Mil.- t. Pianist H PRK : - ;; . -. !. '.- .'-' ' i pXS s 83 S "r43rt42TrtWKa 1 PITTS AND I I DELFOSSE I S Hinedie3 havo been the cause v a of S "Treat many people not sui- 'M fer'ng- vrith heavy colds, ej) Protect yourself by placing a n ! bottlo in your home. $ T7elcome. Step in, All Cars (! 2 Start From Godbe-Pitts Drug I I Store 1 1 Both 'Phones, No. 140. Diamond Work- 'KP Watch Work. !j iMB JEWELRY H Jewelry Work. nsuH 259 SO. :-i - FN B9 OR. WEST'S I I DENTAL SPECIALS i j Beginning Jan. 1. 1903. N Set teeth tS.OO H ssflE I',., Id crowi'S 2C-k 5W H bbbH Bridge work I ao Ql bbssbm Ex painless I imr A.U fillings 50c to $1.00 'MB Five Years In Same Office. M B$ rjaES " zr.frsjr:.. HB lm I CEREAL FOOD COFFEE TJ W J 11 A .ED AND 2JDEK- WoSk I I 3 U I'Y If you are accuaii f sew Sill eesw t , 1 " maer fr, HHy If 5 bSQ si " undeve!- nK ! j H it R K . . 0 Htrlcrjre. sbhE1! z-Mfizz-tfl varlcocsle. ec. MY PERl'L'.' i Air!.".' i: v Ul c.tro you. No i'.'.'is-1 01 electricity: 30.000 cured and DAI ' TP.1A1 oo-id for semii irec booklet Ben; hes ' Ouarxinteod. VaaVflVJ i C Esimet. Tabor WtlSl i Is what w." paid foe .-tdvertiit'ns U I ..jJHHRs'-' in th.- year of 1904 to tell you B "tv 01 our ability to Collect Bad I t fjg-A -j, r1 debts. If wo did not know we I t- ' " i"- 'A could collect your bills we cer- B L f tainly would not be paying out , 1 ti y a" this Ko0d Ino"oy- Vvo dld H the larce;it business last yearr H I M ;o ,f'jrr jT since tho merchants establish..-1 M a ' - ' ' thu association 12 yeara ago. K I We are collecting thousands of I I pj$r '' r ' '' A r dollars for .lien's - :i"li M "Jv7 lV month from claims they con- R aldered worthless. This ad will II -Kr ' "'W - bring hundreds of claims to our I office for collection, and we are B Just as sure to make lots of commissions thereon. Semi in your claims. I Do it nov. . We collected $226 for the Salt Lake Equitable Co-op last B B month from three claims, each of which was 1- years old- V- 1 rtiE I I MERCHANTS' PROTECTIVE I H I ASSOCIATION I H SCIENTIFIC COLLECTORS OF HAD DEBTS FOR I I EVERYBODY, EVERYWHERE. fe Publishers of Credit Rating Hooks, TOP FLOOR COM B K.; :i:i:kciai. hlock. salt lake city. fc, FRANCIS G. LUKE, General Manager. 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