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H 2 THE -SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1, JOOfi. .
IMuskoday, at Price of Three to One, Captures Big Handicap. PRINCE SILYERWINGS, FAVORITE, DEFEATED Ellin King, at Eight to One, the Longest Priced Horse vto Take Honors. r.OS ANUEL.ES. Cal.. Jon. 31. Tho 10O) hAndlcap nt a mllo anil fifty yard won won by A. Muskoday at 3 to 1 from tho favorite, Princo SUvcrvvlngs, Tho Gadlly third. There was a. very heavy play on tho favorite. Elfin Kins', at S to 1, was tho longest priced win ner and but 5n favorite finished rtrat Wcalh er fine, track font. "Wednesday Ascot Results. I First race, handicap stccpl-ichase, short course Declmo, 155 (Sullivan), 7 to 2, won; Oftiador, 132 (Nnrvaez), 4 to 1. second; Kill doe. 150 (nuKsell). 9 to 2. third. Time, 3:021. Iron King, Allugianco. Vencldo and Lady Usk uIkj ran. Second race, four furlongs Horaco K , 112 (Booker). 13 to 5. won: Klnjr of Spades. 103 Hornor). 30 to 1. second; ivlwin T. I-"ror, 107 (JIcDuuloI). 7 to 2, third. Time. .9 feenndn. Gulliver, El Cazzador, CeUls, Jack OUroy. Wngnngootls, Aloma. Princo of Actora and C cor fro Swain also ran. Third race, six furlongs Crowshadc, 103 (Buchanan), 4 to 1. won; Mlllnrr, 03 (Not tw). 11 to 2, second; Lotta Glolstuno, 1W) (Uomer), 12 to 1. third. Time, 1:11. Oondo, Ramus. San Fnra. Sandstorm, Lady "Walker, Alma Oardla and Watwr WiiROn nlxo ran. Fourth race, mllo and fifty yards. flOCO added, handicap A. Mmkodny. 300 Mo".Jnn fd), 3 to 1. won; Princo Sllverwins. 110 (Miller), 7 to 5, second; Tho Oodlly. I'jS (Booker), C to 1. third. Tlhio. 1:1316- nor Khosl, Kl Otros, Embarrassment and SalH alto ran. Fifth race, mllo and an cUh'.h- Ullssful. 95 (McDanlcil), 7 to 2, won; Tho Hugenot, 105 (Aubuchon) 9 to 10, second; Ocntlo Harry. 57 (Kent), 15 to 1. third. VI mo, 1:51. llnvlland. Dekatxr. Nwth.illo and Flllo O'Or also ran. Sixth nice, nix furlon.rn Clfin Kltw, 103 (Powell), S to 1. won; lliiachuca. Ill (Oavi-). 11 to 10, nond; Interlude. 113 OIcDanlcl). 7 to 2. third. Time. lMP.J. Y. llomnnlo, Tim llurt. Princo Magnet, Maro l.lclitenr.tcln. Hen Arthur and Co-aur do Lion :ilo.j run. Thursday Ascot Entries. Flr?t race, four furlongs-'.Jlue Rot lie. H3, Halton 113. Sweet Kitty 110. Silver StocVlnK 110. Emily M. Iu3. Navarro 103, Ed Tracy itJ, Stella A (b f. Locohatch.-e-'Uioi) 105, Dnlnty M.i u ill pi (ch. f. Ilennenc' I'vn. Rukcth) 10i. Al lerlon (ch. g. Fals'-'tto-Sahlno lleia) 105. Second rucv, selllnc;, mile icooky 110, Needful 107. Prince :hln:$ 107, t-'alarlo 107. TaUenham 107, Pettljohn 107, Ebunsor 103. ICate. Crews 10. Mir Inujn l'2. Stono v.-ab!a 102. Mir. Budd 102. Tavanna Arontellus 1M. Mohur 97. I Third race. Hva furloncs Mimedo 110. Sir Wllfn-d 110. Don Domo 107. Dr. Holllo 1U7. Felipe Lugo 105. Tho Coldllndor 10i MIMy's Prldo 100, Chieftain St, Hillary SO, Ambitloua . Fourth race, mile and a Hlxte-nth Master on 105. Vino m. Orlleno 100, W. 11. Carey 1V, ChActas 97. Chancellor Wuhvoith 1-7. StoesseJ 2i, Secret 95, Rajnuo IO. Fifth race, sclllnc, mllo and seventy yards' Luclan 107, Henchman 101, Chickadee- ICO. Pyrrho 100, Dr. McCarty 53, llublnon 31, Cl tely 97, Purvo M. Sixth race, Belllnft. thlrten-slxieinthis of a mile Money Muss 111, Proirvro Graml 1)2. Dewey 110, Nlnnasiu.iw 105. Revolt 102, lio logna 93. New Orleans Fair Results. NEW ORLEANS, Jan. il. Fill.- Grounds re ults of today follow: F(nt race, six furlon.Ts, selling AVhorn-r won. Nino second, ned ltavjn third. Tim, 1 14 3-fl. Second race, thro and a half furlonH Dry Dollor won, Zlck Abianis ru?cond, nis Store third. Time. 42 4-5 nrconda. Third race, mile and ovonfy yordn Can von won, "Whlppoorwlll second, Laiherr.n hlnl. Time. 1.47. Fourth racfl, flvo furlono. handicap South ern Cress won, Columbia Olrl second, lnvln ilble third. Tlmo, 1:00 3-3. Fifth raoo. six furlongs l'lrit Premium won. Third Alarm second. Hiillnway thlitl. Tlmo, l.W 3-5. Sixth raco. mllo and twenty yards, roillng ncstcrllng won, lledmoro reconU. Carnival third. Time. 1 ir, 2-6. I COMMITTEES APPOINTED. Chairman Zehring Making Heady for Big Bonding Tourney.' W S. ZehrlriK, chairman of the Joint commitloo of the two local bowling K-nKiies having in charge the preparations for the first annual tournament of tho Western Bowling congress, which will bo held in Salt Lake beginning March 7, hns appointed tho following committees for the event: Entertainment J. TV. Hanep, chairman: Walter Schmlcror. both of Salt Lake, and W. C. Camp of Ogden. Thcno gentlemen will select from tho City, Commercial and Ogden leagues their associates on this committee. Alleys and Schedule A. S. Zimmerman, chairman; Jamea W. Collins. Dr. I S Klrkwood. all of this city, and A. L. Jenkins of Seattlo, "Wash , secrotarv of the W estern Bowling congress. .Entrance W. H. Kirkpatrlck, chair man; J. B Qulnn. F. E. Ely and H. S. Evans, all of this city. This committee will receive tho team, doublo and single of-'tries from Salt Lako Cltv and will for ward them to Secretary Jenkins at Se attle. Wilbur Price of this city has been ap pointed secretary of each of tho commit tees named. I HEBBEH.TS DEFEATED. Put to Sleep at Colma in Ten Hounds by Joe Thomas. SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 31. At Colma last nlRht Joo Thomas of San Francisco easily defeated Georuo Ilerberta of Crocketts, Cal., the' lattcr's seconds throwing up tho spongo when' their man was In a helpless condition In tho tonth round. It was a ono-Bldcd con test throughout. Tho light was billed to go thirty rounds. In tho ten-round preliminary -"Kid" Kranlz of Stockton defeated Jim Ilaywardn of New York In tho fifth round with a clean knockout. The attendance was Inrgo. DRINK TEA- AND YOUR SYSTEM WILL GRADUALLY BE POISONED BY TA.VN1CAC1D- (f COFFEE 0 ! DIUSK COFFEE- AND Y0i WILL ' BECOME A NERVOUS WHECK DRINK COCOA lNf FOR 'BREAKFAST. LUNCU 5? AND SUPPER AND WIS WILL ENJOY PERFECT HEALTH -( COCOA ISABIHLDER OF STDENOTU &TrAlJTV OF COURSE Ay IT IS THE PUREST & BEST. o:pis GATEWAY BUNS GREAT RACE AT OAKLAND Bests Ilammernwny and Favor ite, Bob Ragon, in the Plaudit Jlandicap. SAX FIIANCI3CO, Jan. 31. Gateway, nt i to i. ran a threat race at Oakland today and enptured tho 1'laudlt handicap. Ilumnictaway moilo a .stout bid nt ilic head of t h? btrclch lmt fell back to place. JJannoc.-: Hello tc-uk the hIiow lionor.i from tho favorlto, Hob Racon. Gov. DavlN and 8ld Kdward, Irotli a S to 1. took tho Uilnl and lasit raced respectively. Veuthor tlr.e," trnck fant. Oakland Wednesday Hosults. First race, threo and a half furlonya Xnppa, 112 (Dugnn), 11 to C, won, Pnnrlenii K'j (Truebel) 2 to 1. second; S;im McOItdKJn. 10S (Knapp), "13 to C. third. Tlmo. -till tecondv Mrs. Krankle Nuwburgn, Tor?na and Saxania uUo ran. Second mco, ono mllo Royalty, 107 fTreu bol). 3 to 1. won; Blr-ilo J'. 1V3 (roitn-.aln). C to 1. --cond; Mocorllo, l'Jl nobln&on). 17 to 1, third. Tlmo, Maxtresn. Htliol Abbott. Instrument alto ran. Third race, ono mile, eolllnK Uo.-. Davl. 103 (Knapp), 3 to 1, won. Tom RobnrU, 101 (Robinson), 12 to 1, second. Tavora. 0 iRIco). 10 to 1. third. Time. l:li Abo Moyer. Ito trou, Frank Fllltncr, Graxicuttor, LiruI Form, Iron Wathon. Theo. Case, I'eolaxon und Run- moro also nuv. Fourth race, tho Plaudit handicap, enn and a nlxteonth miles Gateway, lOi lIlolnon, i to L won; Hummcraway, 112 iTre-.ibid), 7 to 2, second; Bannock 'Jylla, 1W 'J. J. Wulsh), 9 to 'J, third. Time, i:IC. Usb Ragon and Goslper also ran. Fifth raco. mllo and threo-lx".ocnth -Nino trot. 107 (E. Wulsh), 13 to : won; IJonar, 100 (Roblnoon), 2 to 1, necond; DuMy sillier. 112 (Troubol). 13 to 1, thirl. Time. 2 )IV V. li. Oateo, Tho Luly ltohesla. TaiTliran. llai old W'., Inxbelllta. Sudsn, Mllto Jordan al.no ran. Sixth raco, seven furlo:iT Sir LMwnrd, 97 mico), R to 1. won; Dcutschlind. 1.2 'L. V11 llaina). 3 to 2, second; Romnlne, 101 (Troubol), C to 2, third Time. l.JHi. Gora'.ottc, St. OtorKe, Jr.. Mawcula. Siifcar Maid also ran. Oakland Thursday Entries. First race, wsvon-slxtosnthn of a mile F.lm dalo 112 Palcmon 112. Willi wjv (l f. Vomi-vlan-Wllla) 1J, Sllvor Lino 1W. Agatha It. 103. Jill 100, illnta O. 103, Paladlnl 109. Janlco Harlan 1W, Soventul 103, Our Anna 100, Elota 100 Second race, thlrtecn-Mxt'ismhs if a mile, polllnp I-aly Kent 107, iistrasa 107. Ituy 107. Leash 107. Scrvnlty 107. Cur alllo U7, ?Jnlsy Warner 107, llaxotta 107, Klomanola 107. Tait Inp Jcnnlo 107, Standard 07. .Mary Thoman .07. Third race, mllo and nn nlijhth, seilirc Po lonlus 112. Loone 100. Rlpjwr 10.". Cnlnllne 100, Thaddeux 100. Frank Woods 100. Exiertltnt 100. Iraa 107, Vlcorvo 104, ilacno l'.O, leninha 1C2, Jolly Witch 102. Fourth racs futurity counio. eelllnj,"--Olympian 110, E. .M. Crattaln 107, Coiio Santa 107. Sir Preston 107, lxsm Ree-1 107, Do Grnmmont 106. IIomctnd 1W. Stsr'lns Towers 103. Mice Carey 103. Sol Llchton&tein I il. Royal Whlto 103, Jorretllerre d'Or 103, Cntre Xouj 101, Alnlrl of Femoy 101. Uonnle lti-z 00. Fifth race, tlx furlong, nelllnc Judq;e 10, Martinmas 102. Royal Vlocuo 03. Clydeo 09, Tom McGrath 32. Hector M. Sixth raco. mile and a hundral yurcV. bflllnit Thi Llotitenant 111. Dlxln I-ad 100, III Cnu! Cap 101. Ed Sh-rldnn 10. Wexford Sid 101. Tho Lady Rohesla 101, .supremo Court ?6, Millers' Daughter 91. THEY GIVE PINCHOT POINTERS OH GRAZING Colorado Stockmen Preseut Community Plan Which Promises Solution. DENVER, Colo., Jnn. 31. An Important conference, which may result In sottllng tho controversy over the question of us ing: tho public lands for grazlnp purpoces, tvns held hero today between Glfford Pln chol, chief of the United States forestry bureau, representing: the National Gov ernment, and a committee of thirty from the Colorado Cattle and Horso Growers' association. Plan Pleases Pinchot. A plan presented by tho stoekmon's committee provide a system for govern ing the range and met tho hearty ap proval of Mr. Pinchot Ho eald that al ready he hnd put Into effect some changes along the lines of tho plan offered and would mako additional revisions when opportunity afforded. He told tho com mlttoo that the President was determined to carry out his Ideas of leasing tho range, and that In doing so tho Interests and welfare of tho stockmen would bo given every consideration. Provides Community Bule. Tho plan drawn up by tho committee firovldes for community rule of grazing ands. as well as leasing of pastures to private individuals. It favors a long time leaso with a permanent fee Tho community proposition enables a dozen or mora owners of stock to lease acreage and gives them control through a board made up of the president of tho local live stock associations and their secretaries and the forest supervisor In localities where sheep graze, the shcopmen will be represented on tho board, and the land apportioned to tho sheep and other hords so that there can be no conflict. HARD LOT OP LEPERS Father Conrady Tells of Opportunity to Believe Suffering-. NEW YORK, Jan, 31. Father L, L. Conrady, who was the companion of Father Damien In his last days at the Hawaiian leper colony of Molokal, and who succeeded him In his work there, has Just arrived In this city to complete his plans for establishing leper colonies In China. Father Conrady was born in Belgium and began his labors as a priest In In dia. He first came to tho United States early In the seventies, and for fourteen years labored In eastern Oregon among tho Umatilla Indians and the few scat tered white Catholics of that district. He said lust night: Chance for Philanthropists. "There are thousands of abandoned victims of this dread disease in the vi cinity of Canton. I saw many wretched cases In Molokal, but the condition of the Chinese lepcr3 Is much more noth ing short of appalling. When one learns that a leper can be housed, fed and given medical attention at a cost of 2 cents a day, it seems too bad that some thing has not already been done for them. I have secured the services of several sisters, members of a religious community which is conducting two leper settlements in Japan, one In Bir matcy and one In Madagascar, the last having 600 Inmates. It does not seem to me that in any other part of the .world can the work of alleviating hu man suffering be carried on to greater advantage." Resignation of Chauncey Accepted. 'EW YORK. Jan. 31. Henry Rogers Wlnth rop was elected treasurer of tho Equitable I.lfo .jmuranco society today and the rculic nation of Chsunccy M. Depew aa a director wax formally accoptod. President Morton announced that tho nDclety has ceased to wrlto new buylnew In Austra lia. Ruaala. Xorway and Sweden, whoro the biulnctM showed no profit J 9 .,A MMIWEM W HEALTH till " ' Absolutely Pure ' HAS HO SUBSmUIE . fS Cream of Tartar Powder free from alum or pGiosra phatic acid Passes Away at His Home After a Very Brief Ill ness. HEMORRHAGE OP BRAIN THE IMMEDIATE CAUSE Funeral Will Occur on Thurs day, Interment in His Home Town. Special' to The Tribune. JIODEN'A, Utah. Jan. SI Hon. R. C. Laind. president of tho State Board of Equalization, died at -1:20 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at his homo In St. George, after a brief Illness caused by a complication of trouhles. Tho Immediate cause of his death was hemorrhage of tho brain "Was Accidentally Injured. About' a month ago. while traveling1 to Lan Vegas, Nov., he was accidentally hurt, his kidneys being Injured. Since this ho has been In rather poor health, but was not conllned to his bed until Mondav last, when ho became un conscious, and continued generally in this condition up to the tlmo of his death. His wife, three sons, a daughter, sister and mother were with him whoti the end came. Sketch of His Life. Mr. Lund was a native of DIgglns, Wis., where ho wa3 born on May 29, 1S47. In 1S50 his parents came to Utah. Until 1SG1 he worked on a farm, attending school In the winter. In that year his father moved to "Dixie," settling In St. George, whero the family has made its home since. Learned Telegraphy. Young Lund cam to Salt Lake In 1E&3, learned telgraphy, and when tho Deseret Tclograph company's line wa.s completed to St. Gcorgo was put, In charge of tho ofllce. He remained in that position for years, later going to Plochc. then to Sllvor Reef. At the latter place, in company with Messrs WooIIcy and Judd, ho established a big merchandise busi ness, under tho firm namo of "Woollcv Lund & Judd. Elected Mayor of St. George. In 1875 Mr. Lund was elected Mavor of St George, filling the offlco two terms While occupying tho office he was elected to tho Territorial Legislature, being re elected to that position, also. Chosen Presidential Elector. In Utah's first Presidential election ho was chosen an elector of tho Democratic party, and made president of tho college. In the winter of tho same year ho wa.s appointed by the Legislature as a mem ber of the commission to go to Arizona nnd negotlato for the land commonly known as the Arizona strip. Member State Board. After that commission had been fulfilled ho was appointed by Gov. Wells to bo a member of the State Board of Equalization, a position which ho has oc cupied over slnce- Ho was married In 1870 to Miss Mary Romncy. They have nine children, all of whom are still living. The funeral will occur on Thursday, tho Intormcnt at St. Gcorgo. IN MATCHTOWN Fortunately no Faith "Was Bequired, for She Had None. "I had no faith whatever, but on the advice of a hale, hearty old gentleman who spoke from experience, I .began to use Grape-Nuts about 2 yearB ago," writes an Ohio woman living in Bar berton, who says she is 40, Is known to bo fair, and admits that she is growing plump on the new diet. "I shall not try to tell you how I suf fered for years from a deranged stom ach that rejected almost all sorts of food, and assimilated what little was forced upon It only at the cost of great distress and pain, I was treated by many different doctors, and thoy gave me many different medicines, and I even spent seven years In exile from my home, thinking change of scene might do me good. You may Judge of the gravity of my condition when I tell you I was sometimes compelled to uso mor phine for weeks at a time. "For two years I have eaten Grape Nuts food at least twice a day, and f can now say that I have perfect health. I have taken no medicine In that time Grape-Nuts has done It all. I can eat absolutely anything I wish, without stomach distress. I am a business wo man, and can walk my 2 or 3 miles a day and feel better for doing so. I have, to use brains In my work, and It Is re markable how quick, alert arid tireless my mental powers have become." Name given by Postum Co., Battlo Creek, Mich. There's a reason. Read tho little book, "The Road to. ,Q:elvJJleJ,., JjxjiUss. BOISE PREPARES FOR ion mm New Commercial Cluh Takes Up Arrangements for Big Event. Special to The Tribune BOISE. Ida . Jan. 31. At a Joint ses sion of the directors of tho chamber of commerce and promoters of the new Com mercial club, held nt the Mayor's oillce Monday, It war. decided to merge the chamber Into the new organization. A meeting to further consider the matter will b held In tho Y. M. C. A. auditor ium next Monday evening, nt which time the nffalrs of the chamber of commerco will be turned over to tho Commercial club. The new organisation will immediately take up the matter of advertising tho National Irrigation eongrces, to be held here next June, the month having been decided upon by the Chamber of Com merce, Bolso will leave nothing undone to make this meeting of the congress an un precedented success In evcrv way From 1200 and 1500 delegates and visitors arc expected here on this occasion. Supreme Court Opens. The next term ol the Supremo court will open here on February fi. The calen dar contains fourteen appealed cases. II- T, James of this city secured the contract to furnish brick for the now Canyon county court house, to bo erected at Caldwell. The contract calls for J1.000,-0-50 brick. It Is announced that the Oregon Short Lino will erect a five-stall round-houso hero In tho spring. Report comes from SL Luke's hospital to tho effect that Lafayette Gray, who was shot by Henry Ncuebaumer, Is re covering slowly. Mrs. Gray and daughter havo about recovered from wounds. The place mndo vacant in the local weather bureau by the resignation of Theodore A. Fitch will be filled bv Charles A. Donnol, now connected with the station at Pittsburg. Summer Normal School. Plans aro being made for a six weeks' summer Normal school for Uie teachers of Ada, Canyon, Elmoro, Owyhee, "Wash ington and Boise counties, to be held In Bolso some time during the vacation sea on. The. Idea was advanced by Presi dent Black of the Lewlston Normal school. A very largo brewory Is to bo erected at Nampa. It is said that 800,000 or 1.000, 000 brick will be used !n tho construction of the building. Tho structure will be four stories high and one of tho best In the Northwest. The Elks are planning un elaborate smoker for February 7. An extensive programme Is being prepared. The regents of tho SUitc University are planning to establish an experiment sta tion, to be connected with that Institu tion at Payette. Citizens of Payette have offered to donate land for tho purpose Nominate for Senator. It Is now quite generally believed here that both the Republican and Democratic State conventions will nominate candi dates for United States Senator. The people will demand special action on the part of both conventions. They believe It will be one etop toward tho popular election of Senators Groat difficulty Is being experienced by Postmaster Fenton In securing a sulHclcnt number of cllglbles for clerks and car riers at tho postofllce. He says an ex amination Is badly needed here. GIRL FIGHTS PRISONERS Two Mexicans Escape From Jnil at Las Animas. LAS ANIMAS. Colo., Jan. 31 Two Mexicans, held prlsonors In the county Jail, ono of them Garcia Gonzales, charged with stealing a sum of money from a package torn open In a wreck In New Mexico recently, fought their way out of Jail last night and aro bolng pur sued by a posse Gonzales, wha Is of powerful physique, struck down Sheriff John D. Brown as he nnd his daughter, a Girl IS years of ng. were serving supper to tho prisoners. Sheriff Brown fought off the prisoner, but could not overpower him. Struck Him "With Tray. While this was going on the girl was struggling with another Mexican, strik ing him several times with a dish tray. She was no more successful than her father In her efforts to prevent tho Jail break, and was compelled to glvo up when both prisoners dnshed out Into the Jail yard and disappeared In the darkness. Neither the Sheriff nor his daughter wa3 severely Injured. THREATEN ITALIANS Armed Guards Required to Protect Italians. NASHVILLE, Ind,, Jan. 31. Twenty-five armed iruards havo been sent to tnu construc tion camp on tho Indianapolis Southern rail road, fllx inllca went of here, to AHslat SherlrT Parka In protecting about sixty Italian labor ore. Two days oro twelve men woro dlscharced from tho camp, nnd this morning placards ported on tho several ahantles thrcntoned that ' tho camj would be destroyed with dynamlto If tho Italians do not vacato tho cump before Tuesday night. Capt. Bees Called Away. ANNAPOLIS, Md.. Jan. 31. Capt. C. P. Rees, president of the court-martial try ing cases of hazing at tho Naval Acad emy, was informed by telegraph last night of tho sudden death of hla son in a Northern city yesterday. Cant, and Mrs. Reea will leave Annapolis this morning, and hence it is thought tho session of tho court will bo suspendod. They Merge Under Name of American National Live Stock Association. MURDO MACKENZIE IS MADE THE PRESIDENT President Frank Hagenbarth Tells Needs of the Live Stock Interests. DENVER, Colo., Jan. 31. Consolidation of tho National Live Stock association and the American Stock-Growers' asso ciation waa effected here today by tho annual convctlons of tho two organiza tions. American National Live Stock as sociation is the name adopted for tho amalgamated body, which represents !0, 000 atock-growcrs, and Murdo MacKenzIo of Trinidad, Colo., was unanimously elected president of the new association on a rising vote In Joint convention of the delegates of tho two old associations. Onlv Stock-Growers in It, Mr. MacKonzIo has been president of tho American Stock-Growors' association since ltd organization in this city a year ago by scccders from tho National Live Stock afsoclatlon's convention. This split was caused by the decision to give rep resentation In the stockmen's conven tions to railroads and packers. In tho association organized today, with which will be affiliated forty-five subsldlury associations, only stock-growers will bo represented. Important Addresses. Important addrcflses setting forth the existing conditions In the live stock In dustry nnd the requirements of the stock men were delivered today by Frank J. Hagenbarth, president of tho National association. and Murdo MacKenzle. president of tho American association. Adopt Consolidation Plan. Previous to the meeting of tho merged conventions tho delegates. In separate sessions, adopted tho plnn of consolida tion agreed upon by the executive com mittees of the two organizations. The name chosen for tho new organization, embracing all live stock Interests, Is tho American National Llvo Stock associa tion. Murdo MacKenzIo was elected perma cnt chairman of the Joint convention. Welcoming addresses wore mado by City Attorney Harry A. Llndsley and Alva Adams, former Governor of Colorado. GlfTord Pinchot, chief of the Federal bureau- of forestry, delivered a gcotlng to tho stockmon from President Roose velt, to which John W Springer of Den ver responded. Mr. Pinchot said: Greetings From Boosevelt. I bring you tho President's personal gret lnpo and liavo Initlructlnns to tell you that ho knows fomcthlnK about your troubles himself; that he realizes tho vast Importanr-o to you of having tho forest rcRvrvos rightly handled; thnt ho recognizes tho rlgns of tho coming chango In conditions on tho open range, and the tro mendous Interest to tho stockmen at stake In that chango; and that In both of th-so great quuntlonst, forest reserves, and opon rnngo, he wants und will welcome your co-operntlon. mig gcstlono and advices, that ho counts on you to remombor that great national questions such ns these cannot be handled rightly either by you or the admlnlslrntlon unless they are handled on broader considerations than th personal Interest of any slngl man or pet of men, and nnnlly that ho sends you Ills heart iest good wishes for the kucccpb of this con vention and good luck to you all. Hngenbarth's Address. Frank J. Hagenbarth, president of the National Live Stock association, then de livered his annual address. Mr. Hagenbarnh said that tho most tell ing work of the year had been dono In tho efforts to secure reciprocity and tho readjustment of tho relations with the railroads While- contending for, a change of the twenty-eight-hour shipping law, Mr. Hagenbarth said a better transporta tion service should be sought. The losses from shrinkage due to slow running time were greater than from excessive rates. Concerning the forest reserve and range question, Mr. Hagenbarth said: Opposes Hasty Changes. . Tho more conservative among us feel that though tho present ?ysum may be unscientific, tl)l wo are accustomed to It and are opposed to Ill-advised and hanty changes which might bring Into dlnputo and jnnke unbearahln rango control or lHtid-leaslng. Whllo wo may havo no sympathy with the old cry of 'Let well enough alone,' neither can wo subscrlbo to a policy which doea not absolutely provido In unequlvocablo terms for a full co-oporatlon between tho Government official and the user of the public domnln. Government Should Assist. Concluding, ho saldr Among tbo rcqulromentu necensary for the jiucccm of tho llvo stock business In a moro profound Intorestn In Its behalf on tho part of tho Government. Our efforts Miould never ccao Until a law giving ua a biennial census of llv stock be written. Wo should Insist on Increased appropriations by Congress for tho Department of Agriculture, for tho Bureau of Animal Industry No othor civil ized nation gives so little heed or assistance tn lla live stock Interests Nominates MacXenzie. At tho conclusion of his address Mr Hagenbarth nominated Murdo MacKenzIo for president of the American National Llvo Stock association for tho cnsulnir year, and ho was unanimously elected after tho convention had voted to Huspond' the constitution and by-laws for the pur pose. Mr. MacKenzle then delivered his annual address ns president of the Ameri can Stock Growers' association, Fight for Better Bates . Mr. MacKenzle said that slnco the con vention l:v May. 1903, no opportunity had been lost of pressing tho fight for an amendment to tho Interstate commerco law giving tho Interstate Commerco com mlsslon tho power to regulate rates. Ho BARGAINS IN MEDICINE. A woman once wrote us that she was not going to buy Scott's Emulsion any more because it cost too much. Said she could get some other emulsion for less money. Penny wise and pound foolish. Scott's Emul sion costs more because it is worth more costs more to make. We could make Scott's Emulsion cost less by using less oil. Could take less care in making it, too. If we did, however, Scott's Emulsion wouldn't be the standard preparation of cod liver oil as it is to-day. 21? BOWNE, 400 Perl Street, N,wl'fc Dyspeptic for Yel W Va" Victim of rJI WR' digestion for Years, ds oday I1" t 11 erhJ well and strong, and l f MR D. M HAMMOND my meals." Duffy's Pure Haft Whisjl Is tho best euro for indigestion, dyspepsia, flatulency, nervoujM form of stomach trouble. It Is an absolutely pure gentle anj jSWL stimulant and tonic, builds up the nerve tissues. J Umes up the heart, to the brain, strength nnd elasticity to tho muscles and rlchnwi tf&Wpt brings Into action all tho vital forces, it m"ks,nd,f,etlon Perfect ",15 1 you to got from tho food you cat the nourishment It contain. u for overworked men. delicate women and slckls children It MrcnL: tern. Is a promoter of good health and longevity makea tho old the young strong. . , TTar JaLu Duffv s Pure Malt Whiskey contnlns WHk3. - no fusel oil and is tho only whiskey reo- Tv JmPnb- ognlzed by the Government as a mcdl- dpZ&!' AMk: cine. This Is a guaruntee. Jfrr CAUTION There is but one Duffy's fltfhJW jffiOf 1 Pure Malt Whiskey. Sold In scaled bot- TlHr vS&fHKt tles only; never In bulk. Insist on hav- fb Mv3(tiUH lng the genuine and rofw.se Injurious sub- jfcjf TBffiSfirsSfcr stltutes and imitations, which are cheap Qi Tw'SmSiIB' only In name. Look for the "Old Chem- Mi&SmSm 1st" trade-mark on every label bo suro Vl jT?!HfisM& the seal over the cork Is unbroken. Drug- f HjlWB gists and grocers, or direct, $1.00 a bot- jQ&a&ftH'' tie. Doctor's advice and medical booklet wSLaH'X' free. Duffy Malt Whiskey Company. 'frSr"TlHE'r Rochester. N. Y. gpT" hoped that In the nenr future a bill would j bo passed by Congress that would not only corect existing evils, but would pre vent evils' of a like naturo In future. lie said: Bights of Bailroads. Throughout our tlRht for this needed legis lation We kept ntendlly before un tho rlRhts of the railroads ns well as tho.o of tho shipper?, nnd In this wuy have been able to get tho support of some men who n year bko did not fnvor our side of tho question. I am Kind to tny tho President of tti L'nlted State In hU luat unnunl messflKC nsoln strongly recom mended a bill which will give oqunl rlchm to the railroad and th? :hlprcr, and. If tho elilppcrs or the country will only do their share In aeolng tt'nt th Congressmen and Sen ators from ench dlRtrlet upport the President, this legislation N certain to be enacted. For Thirty-Six-Hour Bill. S, H. Cowan of Texas Introduced a reso lution in support of tho bill before Con gress to Increase the number of hours In which cattlo may be- kept In cars without unloading from twenty-eight to thirty six. It was referred to the committee on resolutions President MacKenzle was authorized to appoint committees on credentials and resolutions and the convention adjourned until tomorrow. SHEEPMEN HAVE IDEAS. They Suggest Modifications of tho Shipping Law. DENVER, Colo., Jan. .11. Tho cheopmcn have Ideas of tholr own concerning a medld catlon of tho law requiring cattlo to be. unload ed ovory twenty-eight hours while In transit. The NAtlonal Wool Grower association, at ltn annual convention hero today, adopted a resolution favoring a change In the law mak ing the minimum running tlmo of trains car rying nheep tlftecn miles an hour. Tho reDlu. tlon alto has a olaueo which proposes a chango enabling tho shipper of live stock to havj tho unloading done every thlrty-slx hours If a request In writing Is mado of tho railroad. Can't Unload at Night Tho shcopmen Innlst that they b not com pelled to unload at night, claiming that It Is riimcult to handle sheep In the darkness of night. The. changes propowd by the resolu tion referred to havo the sanction of the Na tional Ilumano society. Ideal Sheep Eange. Another resolution adopted today favorn an Incrcaso In the annual appropriation for tho support of tho Bureau of Animal Industry from W4.CC0 to t2W WO. A D. Molvln. ch "f of thS bureau, and his asDtar,t. G. It. Ronnel. ad dressed tho convention, telling of, tho needs of tho bureau. v- w Officers Elected. Mr Ronnel said that tho bureau was plan ning to establish on experiment Mation rome whoro In Wyoming ,0 dcvolop nn Jd'" for nheep. This would bo dono when sullkUnt monoy was In hand for tho project '"c,ent A commllteo was appointed to meet inmn, row with tho Shipping Law comnt?ei of E American National Live Stock aoctlon Officers wero fleeted follows- uon' resident Senator Francis E. Warren of Choyonno, Wyo., ro-cleotod rrcn or SZlViZV -r. J. M. Wll lnS'chlctSS.0nt fr th E"t-MorUmer Lovor-aecrotan'-George S. Walker. Cheyenne Wvo Treasurftr-A. J. Knollln, Chicago ;re-eltid' Executive Committee Arizona, E g neyj California, J. a. Jatro7c orido Mcintosh; Idaho, Fred Good SoU mSp timer Lovoring, Indiana, Vv' vv r,Vk.' iV tana. T C. Potteri Krj: Tho committee adjourned until tomorrow. LEAVES WOMAN TO DIE Lynching Is Promised if Negro Is Captured. throat and leavlntr hor ir t i V lllng ner and If he Is captured h.m0 onBht. ability be sumn?ari?y lynched. a" Prob Lying in Blood. The assault upon the vounn- curred some time between thT" oc; I and o'clock this nrt.fL, no noufM of Ban and hi" wife rStiirSSh Mr Gro" Atlanta at thatlhour f0UI aVrTr, from lying In the dining-room in s" DIreo blcod. Physician" who -Lln, n Po1 of summoned; despair of h?r rC ,mncdlately Tvas too weak to sa mrevcr-v s"e tall black negro th than that " the crime. lhe PcrPCtrator of Dog Chews Marriage License hiedSogA& Iconsc and chewed it in LW" ma"-Jago that his fiance refused t nCh t wanner Hopper, a younT .mn accept U, jack Angeles county ahr tt n Uvln& Los UUs city, today return "vc m" from riago llc'onae to the Count v ,AM,aJled ma explaining that he had nof.,? rk 3 ofnce U, and desired that itdeSyed"86 fr BUTTE Hlllfi PUfilil naif-Million Dollawfi! Done to Coneenlrjpf , Building. ANACONDA, Mont.. Jan. Fire of unknown orljrfn stroyed Senator "V. A CUrkjf ductlon works thla mornlR broko out about mldnlRht loltfcr efforts of the tlremcn unbiiiBjj! it had enveloped the counMpfx lug. In which It sinned, acdtiKjfe evator used for conveying CMafci Firemen Get CcgmJ At 2; 15 o'clock the flremes'jBj. paving tho engine-house, rtVs machinery, and the sraeltwaK1 flro is still burning butfsdKf ruins of the building.-! destrcj Wcthey, local manager fcr Safci'' estimates the loss at halfaajfcf partially Insured, vEiA' Plant Will Be Bttifc: Tho plant will be rebuDt jjRti possible. In the meantime JWf Clark properties will be I'K Washoe 3melter in AnaconJtfJI'ff.' Big Factory BorajpIJ CHICAGO. Jan. 31.-Thf aB: of the Robs ManufacturiiJtfc makers of picture framej fBJ" poles. Sixteenth and FIsksirwBc stroyed by Are tonight. Lom,E, factory was six stories MsbHt an entire block. mm? State Building' Bvrfett JACKSONVILLE, III., JiL"gs night destroyed tho barns aKPft ings of tho Illinois State deaf at midnight. The PHP? cot been estimated. M? TO CUBE A COLD IN Ojjfc Vako LAXATIVE BROMO JfrmL Druggists refund money If H "M?1 E. W. GROVE'S slcnau8 rt SUIT BEATS ALL HW Engineer Libels Tender rcjSfe Was a Guut jfcg SEATTLE. Wash.. Jaa, E'lMN, filtonc. In a suit In tho Fcdtfil t libelled tha United States fW I.leut. Harris, for S:e,jt(5 ptimlt, .September 2S, to rid ?VMj" cIbco on tho Harris. On It "fMf- Straits of Juan De Foca it' 4K to work. Blono Is aa txptrt Wht', twice he woa called to Hie e'J icmedy matters and etaxt tt api, Claiming that ho savtd tiVjf! lives of those cn board. fi 'y mil breaks all rtconlt- jwSt TOO LATE Tp BLEMISHES, PIMPLES. EwPi rashes, medicated by Sau-Jt,-soon disappeared. Hllis-yt Union Dental 21S South Mill j Honest Work. HowsB i'alnluM Extraction of , IfMfe Puy All Work P neJr iSBlT 'Phonea: Bell. Mtt-XlJJK FOR SAL Evethlng In B"s,arfn8falSBV Prices. Heldquartent for s?"Wt nnd Cloth. iifldKS W. L. IS 'Phone 2282 Lid. tjF Salt Lake Turf H 208 STAIN St 5 I A California and Et.rfl jS, rlr. for all .porUnt Tat i